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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883030301 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. ' TWl, Ir f.'. r7!K ." 4 . - The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A, LEWIS, Publisher, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. FRANKFORT. KY.. MARCH How an Old Woman Won a Prize. Iiy Mr.s. 11 3. 1883. Hock-enMiiilh, Number 24. -- " If m ll Mnny years ago n firomitiont merchant In Taunton promised an cccontrln old woman, named Lucy Kiii);, living in tho neigh'. ring town of ho- - iiuliji-oI'r urn a prtzi-- , if, tiikln liu would ciii!iinyea ridillo which Im could riot guofs. ?ho won tho jirizu with tho following: t Ad in God mndo otit of du.t, Hut thought It bot to nniku inn first; So f wa rnado liefcrc the man, To answer God's most holy plan. 11 My I'odv (iixl did iniikc ininplrto, Hut ultlinul nrrn, or lfg. or fe.-t. My A lint inn) net' - .1 ul control, in my liody jinvr no coul. li- ni llvinR,lipinj I hfcnmp, HHHHkai o Y l-aM- And Adim Rao to m- - my nntnc; I from hli prt'fcnco then withdrew, And inoro of Adam novor kin-w- . my Mnker'n law obey, Nor from it ever went antra v; Thousands of mili-- I g' in fear, lint seldom on the cart li nppcar. .Iiiliti SntiT ml Mrs. Eliza m thu rcNidenci' of Hit lortner, in luiiior. ul Miss Annie UrunliMin, of Missouri. At nu enrlv hour with wiih tl invited lMii'stHOt liotli voting nml old, iiiiin- Aliont luring in nil nlioitt nixlv iier-on- s. :cven o'clnd' tlit-were invited to llie ilii.iiir rnom ulicre one of (lie llncst Htippers liiid lieeu prepared mid irvail lieforu iliein lliul litingry beings) ever put took of. Alier all hud been fed it Kcenicil that there nih plenty lor a inanv inoic. v can heartily cnugiiitiilatc Miws Btaiiliam on (lie Hiiccesi ol her social, tor nil alike seemed to enjoy the pplemiitl supper and the entei tairniH-ti- t ol llie evening, generally speaking. Many geaMons of pleasure will come and go lieloie ibeotic given in honor of M!m lii'.iiiliiiin will lie lorgotten ly thohe who were in ate 1 y Ffenry Voetier, f.ouiHville, avs: ' Brown'" Iron Bitters cured inoorio-- s of appetite and geneial deliilitr" W. T. RDNYAN, Hik Bridgeport. Butter is very sen roe. Good milch cows are in great demand. Dr. Cruicher's line Jersey cow, Nellie, dead. Wilder Dupuy wagon. jmt received his fall and Winter stock (if is STAPLE AND FANCY .. has the boss Jersey e tendance. I did slifv? Young chickens have made their nppenr-sincin this hitfg. Mr J. W Jackson has been quite sick for several days. Where arc yon goi g? What are v'An jroing alterf How lonj are votir goin K to DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see him &C. Swigrert's old Fuankkort. fiUttir IloumttiLmt: Ky., Feb. 27th, lbS3. alaH -A to imitate our Rem-ed- y thopubllc by using SIMILAR parties have tried pu'lo us Unscro For piirpnn lc, which Ood did sec, He put a liviiiL' soul in me, A soul fiotn mo my (Jml did clnlin, And took from ma that soul ngain. For when from mo tho soul had lied, I Avns thosninc ns wlinn fiist iniuli ; And wirhoiit hnmN. or feet, or oul, I traveled on from pole to polo, by day and. nitht. ' To fallen man I ive groin liyht; Thottstnds of piioplo, yotinjj and old, Will by my death Ktcut heboid. P 00 III 1 II deceive NAMES, and I lahor hard t do notbede. eel vedj b u liht I Vo right nor wrong can conceive, H o Ol DO I 3" I Ria faHT" p'n WARNER the word see that The Serliitii'e I can riot believe; Althniigb my tintnu therein t f.uitid, They arc to me an empty sound. me, ltnl Inippinc8 f ne'er shall see; 'lo heaven 1 shall never go. Or to the grave, or hell liulow. Now when theso liri"- you ilnuly read, fl'i oeiireh inur H,b'- with nil speed; For that mv iiiuiif'" recorded there, I hoii'ptly '11 Jim ileid'irc. - SAFE with pic tureof an Iron Safe, No fonr nf dnith doth tr tible onablack a. o o andwnite (otters is on every Also, see that it is on the la-b- el wrapper Switzer. Horn. February and wile, a nui. IO1I1, I package. to C. C. (iregory & 'if Misrs hula .lonei and Tleltie Lyon nre visiting rneiids in Louisville. ii to Mr. P. 0. Smith and wife paid a and take no other. tin ir mother, at Payne's Depot, last Sunday. H. H. & The lii:li vvntets have MtbMiied nnd our ROCHESTER. N.Y. stream'- - present their nutural appearance JWJThis remedy is an absolute specific for the again. diseases of women; fir the nervous tumbles of Mrs. MaKina Jones has lieen ipiile ill for youth, and for thu debility which luecedcs old nu;c. sho'V that all dise.i-c- s .irisi: from the several dnvs, hut at this writing is much As htntitic kidnc)"? or liver, we can guarantee frecilom from disease by reason of the power uhieh our Safe betler. Nldncy auu i.iver Litre possesses over tliesc urR.uiF. Mies B. Ilockeii'inith and Eniina Stone, hor Diabetes as lor WARNER'S SAFE DIA- of Frankfurt, aie vifttiii" at Mrs. Pon BETES CUKE. Stiutli'n thi" .week. T Mr. Jnine Ileudrickson and wife have iieen quile feeble tliis winter. They are the oldest citizen-- ol ihn village or neighborDEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY sta and m p, vi-- CO. W. S. DKHONE? - hood. DRY GOODS. u & Mr. Thomas Jones went to Louisville Mr .kines Im. with his tobacco thin week l the bos- - crop nope that he realized a good pi ice bir it. olihe ueighboilio.nl ami uc I cordinlly invito jou MAIN STRKET. Scj.JI tf. (n call and examine tny New and Fresh Stuck of Hoods. FRANKFORT, KY They intend making home. We Mrs. Sytba Snciy and her two daughleri will start lor Illinois in a tew days, where her two sons have been for srtiiie time past. lllinuU their future nivglnd lo know that some one like 11 HALL'S HKiuBaAiBiaafatitfBBi tirrh 13 Cuvlty-Ohro- Cube nlo r.ir.lMEISNDED BYPHYSICIAKB. and Oatarth of tho Nasal Ulcoratlvo; Catarrh of the Eur, Eya or Throat, it Is taken INTtRNAiLY, and tho Blood acts DIRi'OTLV uponthe System. and It Mucous 8urfvces of Is the bast Blood Purine.-- In the WO.'LD. and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alono. , ONLY And ry INOne Hundred Dollars for any TOE MARKET. we offer Oaso of Oatarrh It CUIUS Will. Office of A. T. 8TEWAitT& IRBUL XHB CURE FOP, CATAEHH I10111 Once Week olien. We piomise von that in the fuiuie ue will tn ami be more worthy ol the name than we have been in the past We gladly welcome the coirepondeui from Monterey to our ranks, and hope tlmt may each week appear with a he or nice newsy letter, like tho-- c that have been published in the, past. Moving, moving. Every day some one E. I!. Jones has tented and is moving. moved to J. II. Swilzer's at this Mr. Itohcit Taylor has moved to place. lie residence vecently vacated by him, Mr. ('. M Cook and Mis Fannie Tlmr-man- , ol O.Nlord. have been visiting friends this week. Mr. in this neighborhood Cook's visits is this neighborhood are be coming ipi'itc frequent, and liotn prccent ifidicalions he is very much interested in a charming belle of this neighborhood, lo hear he ee Knowing that your columns are ever open lde a lliur. to items that tend to iulonu the community Mes-rBenj. Mourning and Ed. Thomas'" jf iii'itiersot interest 10 all, ( ask space lo of Anderson county, were in the village last pieseut to viuir readers a shoit mention ol Wednesday. an entertainment partaking i both the inMrs. Tishic Roberts and her daughter. L:t:t tellectual and enjoyable qualities Fiidny evening vvus (lie appointed occupioii Ssillie, who hnve been quite ill lor a week lor the celebration ol Longiellow'n birlhdav or two, are convalescent by the Society ol Alnine Climbers at ExcelW. II. Parrent will commence teaching sior Collegiate Institute, situated about live a liuee mouths school in the Piiriugtuti miles irom this city, ol winch .Mrs. Eudura district Monday, March 'th, ISS.'J. L South is Piiucipul. Roll of honor of Bridgeport school lor the At an early hour the large hall was filled ending March 2d, lSS:i : Paul Willi the people Irom a circuit ol ltlleeii or week Crutcher, Annie Duwden, Willis Jjowden. tweulv miles, anxious to saiily them-elu- s wiin the rare delicacies prepared tor them. We would advise all tho-- e who wish to They bad not long to vva't, lor soon the read a fust class home paper to , the kevs ol oveittire greeted their ears for ilie Rol'xo.vi'.out Our vvord lor it, von the piano responded to the touch ol Mi." will be amply repaid. .M.tttiu Sea, and her teacher. Mis Lee Messrs. G eorge Reddish and .las. Fultz, Maw kins, ami pro ted the qualification ol the former of Frankfort audi the latter ol the teacher and aptness ol the pupil. Al'er prayer a sweet uhoriin ol "Ibiiny Louisville, were the guests ol Charlie JenD.iv" was rendered by the entire Society, kins and wife hist Sunday. llieti Miss Iiachel (iaines e.nne lorwatd and Mrs. Murium Haines and dnughier, Miss delivered an original lecitatiou, eulillud Minnie, have leturned home, the former "Living or Dead?" in n and frrnn a visit of several months to her son. deliberate manner that would have done Prof. J. T Gaines, Louisville, ami the latlir years. Again ttoin a visit to her sister, Mrs. llattie Uiieilit toone air ner senior .Miss Jiaitie .ei iiengiiieu tne aiiiiienro Baxter, Madi-o- n count). with an itislruineiit'il solo, then followed ,111 duet by Katie "Buchupaiba." riiomas and Maggie Quiiin that h;is well Quick, complete cure, allWmoying Kill-At the clo-- e of received by the audience. ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. which Mis Mattie Clincher ippeared as Druggists. Irom "Elizabeth," and coiiimuiideit Critique the undivided attention of nil to the close ol a composition maiked with pen pictuies and rubies ol thought. Next "Evangeline" in by a vocal quartette comwa-- . ushered Office on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Lily Stone and Katie posed ol Mis-e- s and Messrs Woudson Ituiley ami Thomas Lai Crutcher. Tbebleinliiig ol Mi-- s Lilv's air nnd Mi-- s Katie's alto was delightful and FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. seemed not lo need the addition ol Wood and I.uf. to complete the hannony. never-- I ' lliele-.- - their voices completed the fullness 1'he Rending Club then gave An "Evening lulu replete witu spicy pouns. Nellie firaddy and Lily Stone nixt rentleied an iiistriimeiilal duet calculated to waken the sleepy and cheer the attentive. Mr. ! Hiram Jett by his mutation of ''VV suited, a Ministers Wife" satisfied the community that 110 presicher, 110 maiter how aiiraclive or intelligent, need npply in this inatrimo-mil- l Largo Assortment of maikel Again instrumental niu-i- c ei liveiud the audience lollownl by a vocal Katie Thomas and Lily duet by Mis-e- s ! Stone, when "the Miirmunng Sea" lippltd SOLID voices. In 10 the echo of their charming this im in all other vocal piece.--, the fateful and painstaking instruction of MissThoimis was patent lo even a novice Mr- -. E. L. South billowed' with a "Paraphrase of David's Lament over Saul and Jonathan," which she delivered in herusuil Miss Katie tone. clear and inipies.-iv- e Largo Assortment of Thomas then periormed an iiistiiimenial solo that convinced her audience that her lingers had not been neglected while her voice was charming hearers ; AID 16 WATCHES ! Elder J W. McUarvey then attracted the hour to bis address, atietition for a halt "Poetry of the Bible." His thorough investigation of the beauties ol holy writ and his accomplished manner of presenting his Water Sets, Tea Sets, thought excited the admiration ol believers and unbelievers alike. The evening's les tivities closed with the rendition of "Good Night." Castors, lluttor Dishes, Lr.x. s. sub-cribe a-- The candy pulling at Mr. Owen Tnpp's, last Wednesday night, was quite an enjov ti- stand No v. at St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. u-3- NOTICE. mil 13 tfrfUAL TIMMtSDAY AFTERNOON xerci-e- s tlir I'.dUC.lthill and JriMlillii; of Feebln Mindnrl Children will lie'cnlter take place every Fridar afiirncon irom - to I o'clock l. M. Tho Insti-tiuio- ii l open for visitors at aiiy time when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STKWAKT, Superlntcdent. Oct. tf. at tho Kentucky Institution for I. JAMES ELY, Office in Ciitholic Bulldln tr J DR. ON 8 1 i ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 !i Odice Hours M. to 8 A M., 12 to I 1: M., 7 to TELL the NEIGHBORS .TOJB S311XI-I- . Has opened a new store at I1LOO.MINOT0N, where ho keeps n full line of (ila-- s and tjueeus-ivur- e, Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Ac., which he colls cheap for cash. Country produce wanted. Nov 25.3m. S. F, SR '4 111 Mi.-.-- ei 1 Smith, M. D. G. A. 1). I! CW.V, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Dr. C. B. CHINN. Physicians $ Surgeons, FRANKFORT, , K Y. Baptist Church, S'. Clulr street. Odice and residence next door to tho WM. CEOMWELL, Attorney-at-LawAND ! Knights Templar C H A. R M S .vii-.-- ,., Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Fmnklln and the adjoining enmities, and will also give special attention to the purellaso and sale of real estate, collection of rents, fhiitni, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. June 25-- 1 v. SILVER LADLES 1 THE CHEAPEST -- a.nl' FORES AND SPOONS. 1 lEili This gatu in 110 and "trongly recommended by Joseph Robinson, Wakefield & West, Taj lor Collins, . I iiilge W. L. l'enee, Colon M,.Ion"s, nnd others in thi.. locality. It ln.i been manufactured amfiMcd l.irg.lyin tho Northern States for tho lam six or sevm year., and is unlvqisally to bo tho mom successful gate over invented. IT COSTS NO MORE THAN A (100D COM-MO- X 0 'l E, and yet cm always be opened nnd closed without (iEl'lIN'U HUT. It has been so thoroughly tested there ean be no doubt but it will out last any ordinary gate. Send jour orders to J. T. STATE1T at onee, and enjoy tin- luxury of riding through your gntu vvitniiut gelling nut in the MUD. - W. J."CHINN, DKALKR Notice to Ministers. At IS any case;. will not Cure. Co, I J. II. Weatherford. WOBTH IO A BOTTLE. B. MuitRAV, JuukHLU, Mich., writes Have had Catarrh I or SO y tars. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured .mo. Consider It worth 10.00 a bottle. H HTSold by all Druggists at ?B cu per bottle. CBBNEY Chicago, 111 , Juno 4, lbW. f Meurt. F. J. Cheneutt Co., Toledo, O. (Jentleinenil take pleasure, in informing you that 1 have usedv-r- Hall's Cntanh Cunt. It lias lud-a- nd don't hesitate to cured me Iwas say that It will cure any case of Catarrh if takea Youra ti uly, properly. Wo are truly sorry to hear of the quiet little town of Monterey being thrown into such wild excitement over the iioniippeai-ituceo- l a certain youuggeiillemanlrom Forks; of Filkhorn. As a word of consolation to the berieved one?, we would say that the young man is still in the land of the living, and as soon as old honest Dick (the name of the & CO. Manufactured andsoHlbv P J. Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur Sitlo by JOS. LeOOMPTB, druggist, South Frankfort. Ootl8-l- y animal that he rides) can make thu dip over the mud roads that have to be traveled fio m his home to Monterey he will be forthcoming Of the many socials that we have tried to describe to tho readers ol the Kouxdaiiout during tho winter, there has been none 10 eipiul the one given on last Thursday night meeting of the Young Woman's Christian Tempeiance Union, of Louisville, Ky., it was Willsellat the very lowest figures Iksohul, That till the ministers in the And Novelties in l'ino American Silver Pluto. State, out ol Louisville, heieqtiested tluough the press, to preach Temperance Sermons If you need any of tbo above goods, or anything oj tlie 1st Sunday in April. C, And that they be further asked lo report D. compliance with this request, at an earlv duo in tho Jewelry Line, wo are tolling at STTTG-EOidate to Miss Dora Wheal, Cor. Sec. Y. V. C. T. U., No 1020 7th St . Louisville. Ky. Wholesale Trices. Quality guaranteed. KHANKFORT, KY., Many of the ministers ol the Metropolis (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) preached such sermons at the suggestion of the Young Woman's Union on the Fiiduy bo found at his nffico from 8 a. m. to 5 p. Can before Christmas. 111. ready to do ajl kinds of dental work to the Mum. Jamks A. Lkkcii. entire satisfaction of those who may chose- to Pw. V. W. C. T. U. July 15. ly Liexinaton, liy. patroniio him. the last Pickle Stands, Baskets, ALL KINDS OF COAL FOR CASH! BUSH, D. J. ft, DE1TTIST, - OTIS W. SIVYUER, tf ' S , ' ' ' . ' 1 I - ' . V. i K J - i i Kb ' . ,f ffcl FRANKFORT A nterod at the post-offic- e a iccond class GEORGE 33cLltor and. mljouriiH FRANKFORT, Conn-p- Wednesday evening, and biought him over nbout dark, while Mr. H and family were at supper. They heard an it Frankfort, Kentucky noise in the back vard and on goitiL' mailable mutter. out found his vaid full ol boys and men and the dogs fighting lie went back and got A. LEWIS, his mill and shot at the dogs wounding both slightly, as theyveie too dangerotn to go Fia.'blisli.cr. near them, and in three seconds the yaid was clear of men boys and dogs. They hud MARCH . IHS. got into the wrong man's yaid, lor Mr. H. has repeatedly refused to fight his dog. toiliiy. ROUNDABOUT. mastilV. TO THE BUSINESS MEM OF FRANKFORT. nME DRAY TO IiOTEKS OF ECONOMY! mi-n-n- bninl will In- euntimicil under I he mnimg' nn nt ol' Mi. K. .f. Parker, my turn. nn.I nil freiglit In him will rccui'vn prompt iittviithin ami - BUtNKPS OF MY LTK llt'S-- The Arcade One Price House - AT - Personal. .. i.ifo l llvny. My cori Ed. J. Pinker l nullinrl7i'(l tn rreolve nmt dellrir tt II roimN, ntnt collcut iitnl receipt iluo inc. for r II Tlio-- c linxing cl ilm nguini't the estntu wl1! s Messrs. O'Rrvaii Higimient Tlmi-il- uy tor tlie lieiu'lit ol Kov. Bantu mink' aunt. in to Mr. W C. tlu'ir ctvilitotH. llenulon Lexington. Mi-- s Susie Hodman is visiting friends in iitnl thiiM! iiidelituu in the prerent tlit'in, iirup rly piovni, lor yrtlhiin-nlctiitc will yi'tlb NOR I'UtKI R. Admiuistratrijr, , HARRIS& HERMANN'S Arc Offering the Dalance of their Stock of Miss Alice Norwood is visiting relatives Louisville Daniel Main will preach at the Mr. .Ins. M. Saflell is in Washington. Mimoii Chapel at Titylorton D C, on business afternoon at 4 o'clock. All aie inviu-- to Dr. J. Q. A Stewart 's visiting friends in Owensboro this week. attend. Mis Dudley, of Louisville, is the attest Now that the new Opera Houe has lieen of Mi-- s Siitis Duvalll. located indignation ineitinui are in oitler. Mr.--. Arch. Overton returned Monday from Won't some indignant citizen order a call a visit to relative.- - in Virginia. (or one to he Mr. John B. Williams, of Nashville, ie. Al viiiing his parents in tins city. The livery Mnhle ol the late Nelson Miss Lucy Rowland, of Relleview, Kenley, on Vain Mrcet, ha? been leared hy Maj. , tucky, is visiting friends in thiscilv. Tho. Mahonex and Messrs. Saera Brothel.-Mrs. J. W. McClurc nnd children nie ol Lawrenceluntr, who will run it in littnre. visiting her parents in the Stumping Ground lliistweek Mr. Chns. E. Taylor has Mr- -. A. G. Jell'ers has heen verv ill at Irotn the wound received in his left t his citv. t he nast week, tmi icr home arm on the fourth ol December to regime - oine belter. bis duties in the Western Union Telegraph Mrs. F. M. Thompson, who has been visOffice. iting her mother in this citv, returned to her home in Paris Tuesday Exoteric iAidjic, No. b'd'2 A. Y. M adopt-cMiss Todd Saflell teltirned to school in W'edne an amendment to their morning after a week's Louisville Tliur.-da-v Hay night fixing (he regular meeting of caid visit to her parent in tin- - city. Lotljju as the first, heeond, third ami fourth Misses Sallie Cannon and Pattie Roherts Wedueda8 in e.icli month, instead of the have returned Irom New Orleans, wheie Heeond and fourth Wednesdays as hereto- thev have been spending the winter. fore. Miss Mamie Rinker of Louisville, who has been viiiiug iclaiives in this city for Mr. G. L Itodj'er.s, merchant at Serab several weeks returned home Monday. ble, Shclliv county, otl'ered a jitemium of a Mr. T. J S)iephnrd and wife leturned handsome dre.--s pattern to the lady w ho Monday fiom a week'- - visit to relatives and of calico from him Ii lends in Georgetown and llani-o- r county. iurchased the elitring the month ol February, and the reMrs. Henry Duval, who ha- - been Mis Lieut. Geo. E. Bacon, at sult was a lively coule-- t between some of her We-- t Point, New. Yoik, icturned home Mis. Jos. the ladies of the neighliorhood. Sunday. Koach bought 100 yards, Mis. Martha J. Mr. Anson GP. Dodge, of Lexington, Ilodjreis, 97; and Mm. Bird Tracey :J7. fonnerly of New York, Vice President of The number ol yards sold by Mr. Hodgers the Kentucky Union Bail way, was in the citv Monday. dunojr the month was, MO. Mrs. M. McEnnis, of Lohisville, who has At a called meeting of the City Council been visiting her daughter. Mrs. C. A. NelThursday night the site of the new Opera son, in this city, left for her home in Louisville Thursday tnoining. House was located on the old Crittenden Mrs. Mary A. Todd, of Versailles, is iii Washproperty, at the coner of Main and it this city paying a farewell visit to relatives ington streets, the price to be paid for and friend- - preparatory to removing to indebeing $5,000. The vote stood, one for the pendence, first of April. Market House coner, four for the old bite Capt. John Milam, of the McCreary and four for the Crittenden pioperty, when Guards, w'ho accidentally shot himself sevwho voted for the eral weeks since, isable to get about the Counc'lman Market. House fcite changed his vote to the treats again but cannot walk without limpCrittenden property and thus settled it. Mr. Eben S. Cox, of (his couutv. returned . where he has been from Louisville Belle Point. attending medical lectures the pa- -t winter. It was hi- - lir.-- t course but he carried oil' the Mr. Will Todd Crutcher is again confined first honors of his class. to his bed. Mr. L. B. Koliule, of Lima, Ohio, spent The sidewalks have all been put in order Saturday and Sunday in this city, but left for home Monday morning, accompanied since the big rise. will make an Judge Pence purchased two dark bay bv Miss Emma toColeman, who that city. his faniil in extended visit fancv price. horses this week at a Portland. Oregen, Dailv News, Feb, 10 Mr. McKee Hardie has heen employed Colonel W. J. Todd, ol Governor L. P. as shipping cleric at Champion Blackburn's, stall', of Kentucky, is now at Miss LeeSanders.ol Rridirepott, - visiting Seattle en loine through the mind and Washington and Oregon The Colonel Mieses Maud and Jennie Zook, Front tieet. a large amount of capictl fiom will meet Tut-il-ny evenitg repre-ent- s The Council Kentiiclcv ami Coloiado ain intends to innext promptly at 7j o'clock. Itigulur He - a live, vest heavily in this State meeting. energetic man, such as are cOuliul-lMr. Win. Uobertof tlii- - pbiee. and Mi welcomed to this coast. Boston, of Frankfort, were imiriied Thursday evening of last week. Skinny len. "Wells' Health liunevvir" restores health Mr. Fiank Lnrey has been lueakiuu a Impotence, colt for Mr. W. II. Lewi this week, w Inch and vigor, cures Dvspep-in- , Seal debiliiv SI piomisi.s to be a fine trotter. stitli-ciently KENTUCKY KIVKll PAOiu.T MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS and SUITS T Will neclvi-miI 1 1 W ST K A M K n At prices less than cost of maniifacttipc, spring purchases ; in order to make room for early FANNIE M.idiMin, nn FREESE East nnd Went. also in our l.iiwiiid freights to Louisville, nil pnitit; on DRY" GOODS DEPARTMENT, X. KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS mul to nil p"Uit." North. WILL GlVETftRQUSH RATES BILLS OF LADING 11 Where the bottom has beqn knocked out of prices. l in-ii- r -- Will lenvu I rniiklott lot Luumvil'e evirj o'clock, Tucul.iy nnd Kriiln.v iniirniiiK, nt nnd leiiirniti)! lenvo Li.uivillc for Kriuikf.irl vver.v Wi'diuad.iy nnd Siiturdiiy iilttrm'on nt 4 u'cl'iok. 1 or tali f nnd in Torin ition npply to WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE 2TJBEEA STEAM A. T7 3KT 33 R TT f LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Hello Point Ky. d by-law- s Or S. V. Pence, Matter. m.tr.'t tf. Blue-Gra- ss X OF CINCINNATI, And will receive all kinds of laundry work, such as Collars and Cuffs, Shirts, &c. Basket sent every Tuesday and returned Saturday. Work called for at house if desired. Give us a trial, and we will guarantee satisfaction. 1 Nurseries. -- fine loci; of Fruit nnd Trees, Oiaie Viut's, Plant-an- d miiiiiII Finils is olleicd W'e employ no agents, hut eell diiecl to the planter. In addition to genone devoted eral catalogue we have exelii-ivel- v to .Strawberries, of which we have a magnificent ftock. Catalogues on Addre-s- . application. iinn-iially in-n- ed ng h f. feb H. F. HILLEN1.IKYER, Lcxinuton, Kv. 2i 2in AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, I would icspcutrully inform the HAERIS & HERMANN". citiens of Frankfort tliot I liave removed my stock of ON TO THE WAREHOUSE THS ill :;::::: JUST UECKIVED IJY ! SOX7TS SIDE OF & MAJ2T Co., where ST213S33T, New Goods constantly received. BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, Merch.ant Tailor, MAIN and Undertaking In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. May Greatly 20-i- Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines I am selling R e cl u c ed Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former pi ices. Prices, the old .stock at Mi-sout- R. ROGERS. A Mca-rher- , -- B0AD7AY i Keeps constantly on baud clothes, doeskins, Rim newest styles of fuiiey French cis.siincros. Uc is jircparcd to mako tliom up on short notice, and give perftet fit- tivery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Clia3.tcsi . Tue-dn- y. Street, iTcrtlieast Ccraaer, Oapital Sqviare. Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y ting gurmcnti-'omlurtiiblc. , stylish fdlu-Cu- mid Macks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. MILLViLLE MILLS OrFICE IN SOUTH'S . Saw-mil- l. BUIL0ING, FRAMKFCP.T, KV. -- En-te- rn -- Ship Stuff", Bran. .Shelled Oftts, nnd Corn ulwny nn hand. Flour usehiinged for wheat. All kind- - of gunn bought and sold. CLOTHING ! tUllllC! CLOTHING HntrHlBHiOTBUCHHEgB 1 -s y SEED OATS! AT STARTLiNfi and SLAUGHTERING PRICES Wholesale and Retail. .JvYS. 11. SII.VW. Mis Alice Pat'et-on- , and Mih. Judge Pence thi 'eek. Cantaiu Hardie i? having a i en fence 1 In m Mail Line bjiilt at this end of Benson Biide in il.iee of the one the high water caniid oil. Mr. Fiank Woolfolk ami on lCI'arl, ALLEN ROYAL MAIL'TlHE STEAKIS1IP 80S, of' iSmithlield, anived Thursd.iv Xi'iUttP to mul fiom Kiirojie nt lowest rntcs. and will be the guei-t- of Misnts. liulil. and .M so JU.AI.I U l.N Lou. Choate a lew davs. Ma-t'Johnnie Ziegler. who has heen clerking for Mr. ('has McKee Im fOinctimc, 1 1 V m i" v .; rt, lias gone with Me.- - its 'rutcher A S(;uk-- . Mix vacancy has been filled by Mnsier Fiank GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Tod.l. Onli'm lel'f nt Jlii'wi'iy Ofiici' will ho prutnptly burg-!M(,rir;i-n Lewi-"- , III., of thib couniv. vioited of .Springfield. J. OMAUBlt, NOTICE. ; II person? having olsii ins ugiim't tlio cstritc ol .lery l.of, duuoiinui, arc litreljy noiifiul to jircM.'nt Ilium ut oneo to Miv. Lac, (iropurly iroon, unit nil tliofo knowii) iht tiisclvut; to the orliitu nre notified to come forward uml Mtttlo. WHIT llfiiiilRoiue AT I Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. HALL! 00. 00. ! Handsome $30 00 suits for $25 00. Handsome Handsome Handsome 25 00 suits for 20 00 suits for 10 00 suits for 12 00 suits for ! 2 10 00. 12 Mits. Jan. L. MAMOAX, PK., Adm'r. 'JT-l- i:u,i:n' li:k, Adm'.. 8 00. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS ! T MINERAL WATERS, nk a jk j i- -j f. ::, nif, k or danvii.u:, ki:niuckv Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. CRTraOKER AITO STAPHS, Main Street Frankfort and Lexington. . Suectjifor to U. V Mrek, Slain Strict, Frank-for- t, WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. Ky., eoi.iitiui'B th'jwaloh ri!niirin Iii8iiiesf. UnviiiK lctiiovcii lay natch ami olock rnpnir that lulled to tlieiewue nine in .it tint old Hiaml. l(Miroiiiitrii.'s ami c ireful nhop to my io"iilmi',u in South Fr.inl.fort, I am repel veil ),v th'i ex.iiniuatiou and get diplomas'. Fciil'd nrojiopnlc will lm ' Im Iiopof to merit lliu natronngu ol thopi p'lHi ii work si(iiit-until thu ihiid .Siiiuriluy in .March, who ilesire to hiivt tliulr vituhu icnurui tvltli-ou- i iit)i!iin.il to I'.vriMito w rk on short notice. The Doctor will ariive home Monday oi UpimfUft with Mr. Will jMatklln, at tho ucal a'ml-111- 1 d iiiiiih hi Mm dono ttio'ii. .Survoyora i Tue.sil iv. I inn not advise ! a- - to where he Sri i, lor t!i iiiMiitrticiioii of fouiiditio'i3, u piiig ttroets, ollice. ijomiT of ft. Clair rml for 11 Ii iigo over .Main nil" mul apiiroaelii ii'iiiiruil nnd other nist'iiinuiits icijiiirii' will locate, but hope he will hang out uill n'.ciw piompt atitntinn. l!IMiorii, on tin Oivcnton roul. I'liuif and ik'lierito ami iiceiir.itu ailjiHtiuuiit. in'our mult The Doctor is' a moral ric;illc!ilioii8 hy 1), M, ll'oodjou, C. I., c tn be JK'c iii-i- l man in every respect and whereur neen at Huhr'ii lloiel. The cumwittuu rcserovo young -"M" Ni A ""V yW A TT lie may locale he will do honor to his pro- tho right to rtjec aio or all hhl. In rctirliiff from hutiiiffic in Frankfort I tako fession'. Succcnrf to you, Doctor. W.M conlhk-nc; MOHUIS, DH. my entire jilcaturu in evprcri-intin S. M.Tl.Vfr.KV, Mr. H, Ayron, nnd fiom my lon;j acquaintance Mr. dill' Jlobeits has n lame inaeiiirdog il JAMI33 CAHlt. with him as a woikuian, do not hesitatu to lie keeps tied during the day in hi back that him as every way capahlo of iJicotlnj; tho J NO. W. HATES, Lh KINDS OK C'OAIj ON HAND yard, for he is considered dangeron3. Some D. M. W0OUSO.V, uxpeutation of my former nations. itml for Mile nl IjOWi'Ht Pricoh by CoMMITTjIK. v. mkj:k. thought he would make it good fight boys ii. mar. eo'tlicy went to town and got another large Sept. 30-t- f G.B.MACKLIN. Mr. I' W. Deakino, sou of out estimable chirm J. T. Deakin- - liu- - jn&t giaduuted from lli" Biiiliuioie Medical Ccdlee and lie may con. a lii.-- t cla-- s diploma, nttum.nJ to. M .neb SAMUEL AYEES, roKMr.Ri.v REMOVAL! ,h JSEW PLANING MILL. gratu'.ite biuisell in getting through, Noiice to Conlraclors. l WATCH MAKEK, n J, M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to Piwt-Cluss hi-cl- IiIh L'stahllidimriit 31111, :i" un-1I- Pluiiliig Mil i 1 ooiu-i.i-'u- 1! Ih now prepared to furnich all kinds of -"-- UUAJL2 im,m iiwMi, mow UUAJb! 'a I i b ALSO com-mcn- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Untton out in the Deal Stylo. May 16 A td tf. V.. '"f't :fe.- r-lf- . TV" :ft i '.' St 'X . i -- . .s, V rV VTP.r'8''" Vf1 Vi tit : I1H41J HjjvlW I. l. . iS??1' , 3 GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, ART - there at P' m Thousands arc being cured of Catarrh "Crown dew el" Try Blanion At every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure that Day it Hairs. patent Hour at thedoVlms hud given up and said could not . 18S3. by FRANKFORT. MARCH 3. Desirable residence on Holmes be cured 7") cents a bottle. Sold KokSam:. LeCmuptc. Druggipt, South Side. For information apply to Mrs. C. street. TO TRAVELERS. A. Prentiss, on the p remises. 10 pounds ol coHVc A Piigar lor one dolCnmmencinc Monday, October id, tlic riitlnninj; lar nt Dav Ar Hairs The J. 13. M. Flour w sold in South time tatilc will lie In effect on the L. & X. R. R. for Finukfort only by II. It. Williams, N F tdis point. Announcement Ac U. T. Uichardson, anil .fames lleeuev. TIHIN8 NOIITII. Arrive at I.enve T.rnvf FOR SHBRII'P. Lexington. rranfefortt I.otliivlllc. .Jacob Fue, Louisville, sns: "I sulfered Wo nrc BUthorire'l to nnnoiinco C. E. A. M a. . S m:v 10:37 No. t9 . 7:00 I M. 11:05 ? ' greatly I10111 lossol .leepuui:l tried Brown's o:t!i No. so . 7:20!' M. nn a cnnilitbitf for SliorifT nf Frnnklin was a: 15 P. M. No it , s:i3 r. M. 7:05 r. m. lion Millers, tin success ol which pounty, nuhjcet to the notion of the Domoorntlc at r. nt rrankfortSio p. m more than I uniicipalul." No. 14 . yt5P. m. TllAtvs xnt'TH. party. Arrive at I. avc I,rie Attheh1.1t mcclin.' ol the Court or Claims Wp nro authriricd to nnnounco LF.SLTE l.nuisvillc. Frankfort. Lexington. . M. 10:55 A. M. a telephone was ordered placed in the oltice COliMXS 8:15 No. 17 . . . ft. enndidato for cherilT, subject to 7'oo No 13 Icuvci I'r.inkfnrt 6:00 . M.nrr. I.onoiifl a. m. 6:o P. M. ol the County .Judge lor the useol persons Dcmocrntie action. No. it)... 4:10 l'. M. 3:00 P. M. No. 2i . . . 5:15 r. m. having business witli 2:57 p. m. i:to p. m. I nm n rnmliil.ito for tho office of ShcrllT of the courts held at the Train No. ar make connection for Cincinnati, arriving lliere at 7.15, p. m. .Train N. 21 makei con Court House, but tor some teasmi it has Franklin County fiibjcct to the action of tho nrctioii for Cincimiii i, arriving tlicre at i: 15, p.. in. Dcinocrntlc party, either ly primary election or connection from Cincinnati, Ic.lvinR never been put in. No. 24 m k FHAiNKPORT ROUNDABOUT. Wal-on- 's CAPITAL Jo-ep- h Irl. G. No. m Main Si,, Over Gnitcher & Starks' White Ilali Ololhiiig House, A COL-J.IV- V FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPIiCIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFKRED IN THE WAY' Why will the people of Oct. . 11 of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at borne. 25-- tf. ! 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at K. P. IIRVAIC. 8:30, convention, "liould any lie helit. Acent. asijiwiuiieijijiniMCMm Trnwn Jfwi'l" HallV The onlilicr lto and WptlnvMlny. (KtU'iit limit" nt Day Az ie mid off TucmIhv A Inrire roii'i horei win Molun Motulny night from the stnhlo o( Minm. Koilmnti - Dr. J. fl. Iliiicliitt's itpi.oiiitinciit h posltitnitLT vis oonllntiod ly the Si'iuilc Tui'Mlny. The Lyceum "ill IioMUh next tneotiiij: on Tlmvhilny fvi'iiinj; next at the Exi'miiivt-Mansion' , ' Ju will Chicago. Dr. W. F Carver ami Cf.pt. A. Ff. TJogar y at Hlioot another matcli to-da- r W i S 70k.- - The remainder of ilie stock' of goodi ol Mr. Willie Newman died at the residence "Messrs. Giittin Bros, was closed out last of his mother, in this city, on Tuesday week to Mr. Lee Harris evening at one o'clock, after a lingering ill Mr. Will. S. Marshall lias retired from with consumption, in the ltith year of in thi-- citv his age. He was ery popular with all w ho the stnii'of the Cotiitiionwcnlth ami is now connected with the Daily Tran- knew him and his tonus mends in this city II u was a member script, Lexington. deeply mourn Iiis loss. of the Nnckols Guuuls, and thejj militia The corner room in the third story of the companies of the city escorted his remains Mansion House block has heen fitted up for to their last res ting place. the Telephone Exchange and the wires will he run into it The battalion ol militia fiom this city, the McCreary Guards, Nuckols Guatds, Sam Girden, colored, was convicted in and Governor's Light Artillery, who have the Circuit Court, Monday afternoon, of been Gnyson since the sixth of February, at "having stolen meat from Mr. L. Tobiri, returned home Saturday night about nine and given one year in the penitentiary. o'clock. They arrived here during a heavy per rain, marched quietly to the arniorv, were Miles' Crystal Flour is sold at $3 and returned to their homes. 100 pounds, and is guaranteed as good as distnis-e- d the bad weather but few persons any patent Hour sold in the market, except Owing to were at the depot 10 welcome them. The the J. E. M. rough time thev had has satisfied the ma Kev. Daniel Main, of Virginia, who jority of them to stay at home for a while. occupied the pulpit at the a A coloied convict by the name of Frank Church lu- -t Sunday niorniii'j, will again morning and even-in;- . William-.- , who nreach there as employed about the kitchen, made hii escape from the penitentiary sometime during Monday night and Prof...T. 0. Mauer has accepted the agenwas tailed about lour o'clock .Tue.-da- v cy in this city for mineral wateis, chammorning. The police were no'tilled to keep pagne eiderginger "ale, etc. All orders led a look out for hint, and OHicer P., F. Smith with him at the brewery will receive prompt succeeded in overhauling him at the depot attention. just hcloic the six o'clock-- accommodation in Talk is cjieap hut theieis no Hour equal ttain left lot Louisville. He wadre.-se- d to J. E. M. Don't let anybody talk you into citizens clothes and had purchased a ticket paying uu much for an inferior Hour a you 10 Eminence, but wn- - marched oil' to jail. have to pay for .1. E. M. Piiee $4 UU per lie claims that he paid one of the guard- - to d furnish him the clothes, and that 100 pounds. him in getting over the walls, all of which It is estimated that the the trial of Ellis no one believes. He was taken back to his Cralt at Grayson cost the Slate about j?;0, former quarter-- and will not enjoy quite as 000. Of this amount S ,200 was paid to much liberty as formerly. t!ie McCreaiy Guards, $1,100 to the Xuekole Guaids, and 900 to tlieGovernor'-Ligh- t Tlicannual meeting ofthe Franklin CounArtillery. ty Bible Society was held at the Bapti-- t S'tndin night, the congregations ol On the return from Graon Mr. Chas Church churches ol the city uniting in the Xoonan came across Link Daniel, colored, the other a in at meeting. A large congregation .who cut Mr. J. II. Huntley, the actor, at tendance and nddresse- - were delivered by Major Opera Hoine laM fall, took him in Uev Dr Motion, of Louisville, Kev. D. tow and luought him 011 to this citv nod Blaiu, of Viiginia, Win. Cromwell, Esq., olvj lodged him 111 jail. Since the cutting Dancity, and Kev. Dr. G. S. Savage, Agent iel has made himself scarce in these parts, this ol the Ai'ricau Bible Society. A collection making his home in Midway, whence he 00 was taken up, which amounting t went to Grayson as a cook for the Black will be epcndcd in supplying bibles to the hum Guards. destitute of this county. The following-olli-ceiS. V. Pence'.- - new bout, the Fannie Capt. weie elected for the ensuing year: lir-- t trip up to thi citv Thus. Hodman. f., President. Freest?, made her All the rtsidenl Piintorr. Vice Prcnidenls. Sunday and is a neat little craft, just suited John X (YiUcher, Secretary. for this stream. There is nothing fancy H. K. MeCluro, Tieamtier and about her, but she was built for service, and will do a great deal ol it lor the merchants Executive Committee Grant Green, II. of Frankfort. She is now making regular ' II. Waifion. O. C. Fun, W. II. Posey, and trips between this citv and I.ouinville, leaving hero every Tue-da- y ami Fiidav morn- John W. Payne. ings nt 0 o'clock and lelurning will leave Dixlield. Maine, Oct 'JO, ISS0. Louisville every Wednesday and Salurdaj Gout.. Pleaso Dr. B. I. Kendall iV Co nfteinnou at four, o'clock. She Hhoiild he liud inclosed '1" cents lor revi-e- d edition ol your hoifce book. I have ttied your Kenliberally patronized by our merchants, Spavin Cure lor curb, and il has don-ais no danger of her owner combining dall's bote von claim for it. By tiling with the llailroad. Her rales will be a tie it entiiely euicd the lameiu.-- s u ml reYoum truly, low i they can possibly lie placed and will moved. Hie' bunch. Frank Stanley. remain thereat the bottom notch, ne--- ) . MASON K. LUCAS. Squire Smith, ei.loied, was found guilty y in the Circuit Court of having ioh-hWo nro 'inthorizcil to rnnonnco I.KAN 011. bin ncd the old Eli Wiilinms resi- TRKMKRBitsiic.iti'llilatrlor.SliiTilTorFranklln titi dence, uelirthe Forks of Elkboin, and sen- county, itulijcut to tho action of the Democratic tenced o the penitentiary for ten ears. It party. We ara nutliorierl to announce JOHN W is his (hiid sentence. I TAKE this method of informing the iblic that from this day I (iAINKSa can.liilato for Sheriff of Franklin will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, i aking no exceptions or Mild last week to county, suhject to the action of the Democratic Kev. T. .J. Stcveii-o- u deviations. My stook of Mr. llefhy Wiigbt, ol Peak's Mill, the tarm parly. near Wooillake, known as Llangollen, re. FOR RL'l'HESLNTATlVK. cently purchased by him Irom Maj. H. C. TIN-WARWo are authnri7'il to announce IRA JULIAN McDowell. The price paid was two hundred dollars advance mi that paid by Mr. a a candidate for Representative of Frnnktin is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. county in thu next LeitNlnture, subject to the Stevenson. ncllon if the DetnocMtlc party. "The dwelling house and outhouse on the FOR REOISTER. in rni of the late Uobert Church on Main cd by Wo nro nntlinrizeil to nnnounco NAT. P. Blkhorn, in this county, weie Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past genqrous nf Roodfotd county, former traveling support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. It was occupied b lire Monday morning. Mr. Bowman Stone, who loM niot of his agent forfho old Trnn I van la Printing Com Very respectfully, Otlice, a; a c.imiid.itof for luruiluie. The stable and carriage house pany nnd theYeouun RegNter of tho Land Office, subject to the action were the only buildings on the place that of tho Domocr.itic putty. were saved, the balance being licked up by the Humes. The bis is about $1,500, with Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. $6J0 iiisuiance. Tue-daul FOR CASH OMLY. &C STOVES, GRATES, E, Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. de-tr- oy POR-1E- R, JOHN T. BUCKLEY, MAIL LETTINGS. Notice to Contractors! Post Offick Department, Washington, D. C, March ist, 1883. NEW J Having just opened a Jewelry Establishment in the room on St. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and- - complete first-clas- s stock of Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Watch-chains, Neck-chain- s, p. m. of April 21st, 1883, Charms, Repairing ' for carrying the mails of the United COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS. SPOONS, l' States upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and And other articles usually found in a jewelry store. neatly and promptly executed. Call and sec me. first-clas- s departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from July ist, 18S3, to June 30th, 18S4. Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts Dec. 22-i- T. J. SHEPAKD. I rre-liyteri- un NOW FOR THE NEW YEAR R. K. McCLURE & BRO.. Have a nice line of uJCT and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant rm v2 wL Postmaster General. T. March, i-- - HOWS, Postmaster General. G?w LL w jy Wj-'- T Qv) 3 j. --- hea-siste- i Such as Inkstands, Papetries, !GAR CASES, ! 1 Frankfort Eoundabont AND THU I.OL'IS KW1IK, ODER CASES, vt , ILLL WEEKLY O110 COURIER-JOURNA- L year for only $2 00. Two papera for liitlo more than the price of one. inylnj; 1$ 00 nil. will recciu for one jt.ir home japer with the Coui'ii'i'-- J oiinml. the rcirt .ent.itive newiiMpe of the vouth, unit ths in the iet, liriKlitt.it .nit! alilii-- t f.imilj United States. Those who desire to examine a sample copy of the O'oiifit'f-.- l oiifiml inn do so at thNoflUe !! yo-u- r'i'!tlv WRITINGS DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c; mi win ramszsaa 11 1 1 1 s FANCY -- t The most select cuibrai'in;; GOODS! r- mt ehi'iipest lino In tho - city, rill The Popular- Journals, - . 4 1 Depo-i-itar- v BEESDEN CHINA, GOODS, ODOR PLATS TOILET AND Mmrj&ORS, CASES, SXTCH A.S CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, JAPANESE CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C.t t ll one-hal- f JOE LeOOMPEE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. cpt33-tf v ,,! 9--- V : J 4 q f 1 FRANKFORT ' ROUNDABOUT. be laic when he rejects another pnir ol gloves. Nii'rr.n. Advertised Letters. FuAXkTotvr, ITU A. N KlTOllT 'teA "zri " nr' ''T ' " jj "Rough on Rats." Clenrsout nil1, mice, roaches, ilioa, nnlf, bed-biig- Bald Knob. Shannon, of this place, home near Frankfort, February the 28th. Thursday, March the first, was exchange day, and uci.rly everybody was moving. Those who were not wanted to, but there were no houses for theiji. Died Near Antioch Church, Tuesday. February .7th, in infant child ol Robert Sandfoni. The remains were buried at Lebanon Wednesday alternoon. Messrs. Stiles Young and A. J. Green-wel- l burnt two tobacco beds, one 24 feet by the other IS by 22 feet. We hope they with their plants. will be siicccs-fMarried. At the bride's father's. Thursday Febuiary 22d. by Rev. J. A Peters, Llewellvn Snow and Mi-- s Mary A. Chi.-olA splendid supper was spread, and the company enjoyed n nice dunce. We lender the happy couple our best wishes lor happy life. The party at Mr. Mitch. Moore's oil' quietly. All the boys were sober Jennie and Sal Those present were Mi-lie Ciiubl's. Linda Unrwood. Nancy Warren, Lizzie Allen. Venie Gurden, B. and S. Wii-nnd Messis Berry Witt. Junie and WHIie Allen, A. J. Gieenwell. TeedGiuhbs. Newton Ilariod, Burt Rodgers. and many others. All enjoyed themselves until a late hour. Guess. Mr. Richard hi- - Kv., March 3. 1883, Lcwark, Edwin Vieny, C E McGinnis, Jas J Willis, Frank B Mct'iirn. Harry Mavse, John T Madison, Jane Mudler, James MACHINE Mm WORKS, K LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.RJ T it IiMiOWI ', fioc. skimUs, Druggists. chipmunk, moved to new Colored Department. Wenley Leei- - om again. out Mies Luc Brown was in Lcxirmton lnai week. Mr "Rfllie Lindaey is very sick in .South in nj-ni- Mish (.'unie Trice Brown, Lou Bouar, Maggie J Bancr, Phil Burns. P II Bent, Wnll Brandon, Wynrl Bradlord, Welmnn Cnrdni, A C Gunner. E D Conk, E Mary JONES BROS., Proprietors. .itacturcrsof all kinds of New Work lot Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, More Mnrv STEAM GAUGES, 1RASS FITTINGS Cor OF ALL KINDS, B e CreekesT D Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Thousands bear vvitne-- s to the SiiRi.nvvir.i.K, Ky., Feb. 28, 18S3. TO curative powers of the (treat German Invig Editor lioutidabout: For saie btv orator. See adverti-einehn- - been said in your paper by one A It J. Gieenwell. writing from Bald Knob over Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. the siirnnture ol "Guess," that I Minted the OONNEOTINS' IN SAME DEPOT WITH names ol the parties to the handbill issued to say that the charge by me. and I de-iFAST TRAINS FOR is fal.--e in everv particular. This fellow Gieenwell came to school to me and had gotten - far a- - decimal fractions in Arithmetic when he undertook to run the school, TIIK DIRKCT ROUTE TO lor which 1 corrected him, and he mid have been inv deadly enemies ever Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Thee fired a number of shots through my school Imu-- e in older to scare ANO ALL me out of thecomiiiiiuity.uud tailing in that, Brown's Iron organized a baud of men to kluklnx me is one of the very few Ionic These are facts that I will swear to. Thev medicines that are not comare a curse to that school district, and any teacher who oes there will find it so. i posed mostly of alcohol or For licltot nnd fuithor iiifurmnlion n.ply to hope the readers of the Houndaiioi'T will reV. W . whiskev, thus becoming a r mlilrei your st ticket .tiMci-- , member my words should anv of them ever Monroe, Ii isiiui l'nij:lit and Pusetijrcr Agent. fruitful source of intemperthink ol having dealings with them. They li'.'Ningt'in. Ky. ance by promoting a desire are devoid ol principle and have no regard C. W. S.MITI.I. II. W. I'UI.LER, vited. for law. I leler to the good people ol Bald for rum. Gen. l'ass. Agt., Knob to substantiate General Manager, mv statement. Jo-hGreenwell told it in the neighborBloomington. Richmond, Viuc.i.ma. hood that I was in the Anchorage Asvlum. Brown's Iron We are glad to know the illness of Mr. which was o untrue, and if he had prop! ! ! is guaranteed to be a erty I would make him pay for it by law. Will Glanton was ot short duration. .stimulant, and I write this that the people may know how will ship his tobacco. I have been treated without Chas. Luekett. cause. I am it will, in nearly every case, BOtne S or 10 hosheails. to Louisville in a responsible for what I have said and can take the place of all liquor, lew days. tirove every word of it. For Sale Every Saturday Afternoon and at the same time absoI) P. Bkxtm:y. Bom. To the wife of Capt. Milton Arnold, desire for At the Drug Stun- or Dr. V. II. Hall. lutely kill the November .jiIi, $&2, a son (l'J pun nils) MtxoR.viM.n. Kv., Feb. 20, I8S3. D.iniel Glanton. whiskey and other intoxiDesigns and Decorations for Parties Editor of 'the Roundabout: cating beverages. Mr. Win. II. Pickett is niakin.!! prepara-tioj- i nnd wrddiiiL'? i spiciullv. In regard to statements from J. K. II. in for a larce crop of tobacco this year. last week's Koijxdaiiout in reference to the jm 20 in. Mlt.. W. II. HALT.. Success to you. William. trouble between Jnlni Helm and myself, I Rev. G. W. Rich, editor of Miss Maiy Wallace, after a pleasant visit desire to say that do not deny having shot the American Christian ReHelm and would do so again, under the of a weelc or more to relatives in the , and il J. K. Iledriek I rank fori last Sunday. same circumstance-returned to view, says of 13rown's Iron will give me the same cause that Helm did l.'laes V , in Krunkfort liiiililiiiR nnd T.onn Bitters: and Mis. Arnold have complimented I will serve him in the dipt, saue way, and not 'IIiopu ivihitig lm Ijith hkihiI, Cin..O.,Nov. if. iSSi. Mr D.ut. Glanton bv nauiin their h'il would be guilty of a cowardly ctiek will iiliiiM ii piil v to We will bet that Dan watches think that Gciils: The fooli-- h wattboy lor him THOMAS CAKTIIR, Secretary, act in so doint!, as I do not consider him ing ol vital force in business, that boy's progress with an alleclionate j 10.1 iv. bail so respectable, as Helm. pleasure, and vicious indulI wish it understood bv everyone that gence, of our people, makes 'thousands of uraves are nnnu"T3 f""D"D"OT" nudci-tam- l, ha- is the grandest liar in this county James G. Pickett, we your prep.uation a necessity; XiivJJDjDXjJL' a"y r"ili-1- u" ' wctim., 1!vl"' Pro'oi'Ked, IiappiiiL'M and ol Mr- -. Gault's 'arm near This fellow married one of the finest gnls taken charue and if applied, will save tBXBMmuo" " -.-use of the reat health restored by Peak's Mill. Jim is n woilar ol the fit St in thi- - section (borrowing the money horn who ieort to saloons order, and no doubt his inatin,'eiiient uill me to defray the expense, which he has fur lempuraiy iecttpcr;.tiui. IN VIGOR taken good care uewr to return) and in give entire three weeks afterwards cruelly drove Whitli positively and permanently cures Mr. Jnokoii Masters returned last week (caused by e.ecse. nf any kincl , SEMIher fioui hi- - home in the niht Iron Brown's iliat follow a from Louisville, where he had been with NAL. WEAKNESS, nnd a It is a fact that Helm did swear falsely as loss of energv, loss of .ciiieici.y of his crop ol tobacco. We understand the against me and he did so knowingly, and his has been thoroughly tested memory, universal lassitude, pain in the bach, prices obtained were preltv fair, but not up evidence was set aside, but one of of vision, premature old ae;e, and many other for dyspepsia, indigestion, the diseases that lead to consumption ,tml a prcinjturc to Mr. Musur- -' expectation. held me over thiough prejudice. biliousness, weakness, debil(;rae. il"Send for fit ctilars with is tcstinioui.ds .sold at $i free hj mad. The INVICORATOR An old negro man, Daniel Swift, died at A lull statement of the facts to Gov Blackity, overwork, rheumatism, per box, or six boxes for $3, by all dniKaUts, or will thi- - place a few day- - ago day.-- afteiward-- secured lor burn iua lew his home near be sent free by mail, securily fealeil, on receipt of consumption, neuralgia, price, by addressing F, J. ClIl'.NKV; 113 Adann st., Helm not only peijuivd He wjis supposed tobe about '2 year.- - old. toe a full pardon Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, liver complaints, kidney In ante helium times he wa- - the pioperty ol himself in thi- - instance but did so in the ., vlio had the old Common Pleas Court at Geoigelown last b'niinliiin llaydeu, troubles &c, and it never 1 am able to prove anv stateJOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, December in iin's miliums pioperly caied for. fails to render speedy and make by the best people in this ment SOUTH SlOlli. Mr. Win. F. Smith, his mother, Mr. permanent relief. little daughter community. Smith, Mr. Glanton and Hediick said when Katie, were in attendance at tli" Louulellow neighbor- - were greately Helm was shot his alarmed. I reler nil,, ai celebration, on Fiiday the ' him to the lollowiug gentlemen, who live ABLE. NEWSY, Excelsior Collegiate Institute. '1,'hey GOOD AND CHEAP. nearest to him: J A. Shaip, Peter Brain-let'.it a splendid euteitaiuiueiit. Robert Jenkins, Alvin Purvis, Jaiuts Thomas MeDaniel, aged about !"' years, Gioves. and Alvin Purvis, who were not in WEEKLY CII-IE1of .Joe Duvall, Em died at the the least frightened. Il'eithorol he above His remains were interred gentlemen do not on last Fiiday. what I sa (Hkmiv Watiimison The To the with ugaid to both Helm and Iledriek on Saturday in the cemetery heie flic l'liliior), is by Rirciil.iiioii ,ind sorrow stricken children, who several years will acknowledge that I am a bigger liar than tteiirtiniliiticr. Xnennijur of the ago lot their mother, nudum now without either one of them. It Iledriek or Helm rclulile and vnluitlilu uiw.sp'iper, South. As e it lias no tittpurior In t.li i eoun'ry or in the the prool ol my statements with rea lather, thrown upon the cold charities of world. It makes cnrncM, vigorous war nn llio the world, we lender our wannest sympathy, gard to fit her of them and I tail to produce Protective. Tariff Hohlier.v and Morumn Polys it I will willingly answer to the indictment Job Smith, q refused Our limy, two evilri that blight thu prospurily nnd should now be hanging over both. ot that morality of the United Slattx, It U Mo, bright one iliiv last week, an offer of 100 per acre them. unit nnwy, contains tint strongest cdllorfald, for his land here. Trn'y the message goes Any statement, made by any person tho moat complete Hituiuiury of tlm nuivn of- Iho out from Blooiuiugton and the couuirv whatsoever, that John W. Gaines, world, tho beit telcgrnphlo nnd general corns our effaround that she and it have emerged lioin icient sheriff, was pondenco. full turf and stock report, market refor my shootand sluggishness, and ing Helip is their former apathy port i, tnfhion reportri. Tnlinago's rfrmonf, wholly without foundation, and tukena position alongside of the mine favor- utterly false in every particular. tplomlld original serial etorln and nuvulttus, Hurrah (or ed sections of the country. jinn try, department for children, nntwerd A. M. Roiikkts. etc, otc: in it word, everything to Bloomington mid vicinity (roundabout) malco it a dollgnt to tho family, the mechanic, here. Zionsville. Indiana, Nov. 3. 1880. and the laborer. I have Dr. B. J. Kendall fc Co. Gents: And one of our More clerks is unhappy, Specimen copies nnd full descriptive premium circulars will bo sunt free of charge tu any una Poor fellow, he is all but miserable. Uu re- your valuable 'Treatise on the Horse and TSTBJA.TL.Y EXHCUTUD on application. Subscription ternx, pontiigo fused n lew days ago to barter for a pair of his' Diseases." and, your Kendall's Spavin rrco, are for Daily, $12- - Sunday, $2 j Weekly, in Cure. My horses hud the epizootic, one ol gloves, giving a a rcuson some defect $1 50. fiie make up, when, in fact, his only reason them could not swallow for two days. I Any one tondlng four yearly, eubforlbrrs nnd wuHlhe latenessof theseasoa for such goods. applied the Spavin Cure twice to her throat, $t SO will bo entitled tn nn extra copy of the Imagine, if you can, the, poor fellow's feel and it gave almost instant relief. I think ono year free to any Weekly lugs when he learned that they were knit could sell 1,000 of your books. Please give addreis. Address by one of the most handsome and popular prices to agents, W. N. HALDEMAN, Yours truly, young ladies in the country. Guess it will Pkter Buown. Co., Loutuville, Ky. President ol on u visit. to Duuvillc Robert James, of Midway, was in the city thin week visitiiij; his brother. Beverly James. The Church Aid and Literal y Society was well attended. The reading and ticing waa good, but the debate between L. T. Clark and It. II. Thornton Mirpnwed all the otlicr exercises. Clark won with hands down. The G. U. 0. O. R held their annual . .lolin' A. tlilankfleivitii! services at rir n s Hem. M v. n. i,,.,. i. rri,iii.,inv lev.! P. G M., preached the...annual sermon men nun m ann a iinniuei win neiui in .1...:.. 1...11 ..i night. Miss Lncretin Nowtimn has boiisiht a very fine piano and rented a mom at Mr. A. ivinj; Smith's residence, lir the puipn.-elesson" in music. We wish her sitcces. as scholar. May she is a very line lierell'orts lie so highly appreciated that her room will be filled with all her old anil many scholars. The services at the St. Join. s A. M. E Church were well attended Sunday Dr. Savairc, ol the American Bible the Chri.-lia- n Society, and Elder Church in this e.itv, delivered addrese-an- d the siiiKitii.' of the choir was excellent, llaverlv's Chica-- ii Choir is the only one that can excel it in shcing. Rev. Jus. IT, Maon, pastor ol the Fir-- t Independent Bupti-- t Church, will return home horn Danville, where he lioldinfr a ry siieeessftil. mcetiuji with tlir u Gren Slieet 'Bapti-- t Church. Re. Campbell, of Hichniond. Kentueky, will re'.urn with him and will fill the pulpit of the First Independent Bapti-- t Church at which time the ordinance of All are inbaptism will be'adinini-tereVrdiH-iiu- v the-St.' Frankfort. 0. U. Cooper, ol the Capital Hold, went y, nl alter-wind- s p.i-e- tl Drane, Ennis Duncan, E II Edwards, Henry Evans, Jo-'- c Eckton, John Eihingtnti. Lulie Deaiid, William Floyd, Susan Garley, Adolpli (liven, Cordelia fireegin, Eidy (arralt, Lola Gains, Minnie C tientry, Zachraiah Hoard, Jerry Head. Joel William-Hate-- , Madkin, Miner, VViHiiun MeDaniel. Charles Ma-ni- SC, TO THE B I V . KSrConnnetH of the New Work in m.y pint Morris, Cai-Jo-ep- State. tl SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT C1IANGK IN h Noland, Peacher, Dixsy One floor wc-i- t of comer Ann and Hroadwny streets, North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- Paiker. Ann Pipe. Bob Rus-e- ll America ' Ralleson, Jim Sludelaiiet, II A Smith, Job.sr Shellon, Win Tavlor, Doishn Taylor, Lizzie Wafoid, Ausie Walker, llaltie Warloid, Anderson Wood, A I' fuliman Nashville, Ches&psake anil Ohio. Railvjiy. FROM LOUI8V1LLK TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, nun C A 1 s KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST I'OR WASHINGTON. PHILRDELPIIII). II & NINO NEW YGRK. Savannah, Jacksonsville. Mobile, es h, ii . Wining, Carrie Morice Willson. iiinstou, W S Jones, llattie Wallace. Mary A Waits, Willie Johnston, Hannah Miss, Kate King, E A Say advertised when calling for the above letcrs. J. G. Hatch it r P. M. II po-itive . John TIIK ONLY I.INU UN PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING VOH and New Orleans, CARS A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, WASHINGTON CITY, rnnt will 1 O line or this l receive .iccial low riitea For Routes, Hnttfi. lime, tc. sec K. V Huvax, Agent, Frank fort, or write to rjlfJlUltAll (Advertisement.) C. P ATM0RE, G.P. & T. A.. Imuirvlllc, Ky. unt-ic- al nt KENDALL'SZA tlflt.A. -- ( aCV3 niter-noon- , re Diir-.ie.- a- NEW "STOB.K. No Whiskey! 2:05 I O-of.ui'-i!i"4l- -Z to-da- ha-be- en Brims discovered ns it is certain blister. KKAD l'KOOK llliLOW. In iilONt liiiiicly ever in its effects mid doc, not Mad-iio- il Saved him $1,800 AnAMh, N. Y. Dm. H Jan. 30, 1882.' t d. ua ul-- Bitters ng Flowers Flowers E., BOT7T01TIEHS - Co., Gent: Having tincd a good deal of your Kendall's Spavin Cure with great I tliought 1 would let success, jou know what it has done for rue, I wo years a?o I h.id as speedy a colt as was e.cr raised in Jefferson County. When I was breaking him, lie kicked on er the crossbar and got fast and tore one of His hind legs, all to pieces. 1 employed the best farriers, but they all said he was spoiled. He had a very huge thorough-piand I d two bottles of (Mir Kendall's Spa.in Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and lie sold nltcrwards for $i8oo (dollars). Ihaciiscd it for bone spavins and wind gads, and it has alwavs cured completely and left the leg smooth. 1 It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. have recommended it to a good many, and they all say it docs the work. I was in Withcrington ft Kneclaud's drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very line picture you sent tlicm. I tiied'to buy it but could not; they said if I would write to you that you would send me one. I wish you would, and 1 will do you all the good I can. J. Krndam. & n y" Very respectfully, K. S. I.vman. Kendall's Spavin Cure. OIS 1 1 nuijrli-boihood- , NOTICE! HUM A IV FLESH. 1 - lli-diie- 1 ,,-- ht.n-drc- d - .Spawn Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only loraniinals. but for human ailmcntsalso. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an ankle badly; nnd knowing the value of the remedy for horses, tried it on himselt, and its did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very short older. C. (). TiiiiiiiANn, Yours respect hilly, Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $s. All druggists have it or can get tt for you, or it v. ill bc sent to any address on receipt of prior by the proprietors, Uk. m. li Tails, Yt, Send for J. Kr.MiALi. &. Co., l.no.-liiirg- Vevay, Intl., Aug jsth, 1881. l)n. II. J. Kkniiai.Ii & Co., Oeiits: hample ol cirl'lease sind me some with culars rccei.cd my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 he Kendall's les-th- an GKirHAN sclf-abiib- A'r0R IMPO-TENCdim-lie- I llustrntid circular. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Bitters dUea-.c- s EGBERT& SON House, Sign, and Ornamental Fainters. JCCsrPliiin nnd Decorative Pnper s inag-i-tiat- es llnnging A a apeeinllly attended to. Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly April :6-- t '. E-i- 1 ""THE NEWSPAPER ! f" GUNS 'il , Mnzzlo Loading Guns f 0111 8:1.00 up Dreeeli Loading G 11118 from Sfi.OOupt Hevol-vefrom AOe.upt KnelosoHtnmpforlSpnacIllustrnteilCntuloBiiu l'lTTSUUIlUII FIKE AIIMS CO., 1 1 l'ittsbllfKli, Pa, I sub-taiuia- le 1 Horse and Jack 11 ile.-ii- FjIIalISI r ir a3 n m . fellow-citize- E-- Ca rds THIS OFFICE IK - copyrlchta, cto.,for trn tlio United States, and to obtain pat- onta in Canada, England, Gorman j- and all other eountrlOB. Lilo-rnar-, nninnlu XVn .nnttnnn tft actaHBolicltorafor ftfivnntfl. tucor-responde- chargo for examination of xnodola or draw-iugAdvlco by mail lreo. PatoutH obtained throufih as nro notieoa In tlio SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has tho largost circulation, nnd In tho most influential uowBpapor'ofllHldnd publiuhod in tho world. Tho advantogoH of bucIi a uotico every patontoo undorlandB. now Tliifllargo and o. ntl.l.wlv vnur.1 nnnllnn. Vn 1 Courier-Journ- al AT paporlapubliBhod WKEliliY at3.20ayoar. uml in admitted to bo tho beBt paper dovoted to Bcicnco, moohanlcs, inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progrcHB, published In any country. Bingle copios by mail, 10 cents. Sold by all newsdealers, v Address, Mnnn & Co., publishers of Solon tiflo American, 201 Broadway, New York. ...... r 1 Courier-Journ- al Handbook aboutpatouts mailed free. '. v . . ,AAi,J.i-..J.,..'-:CTtBIli...A- ; Nff','Trn" "v' "'"ihiiiil1 'in iiii Miiiitfiijjikiiiiii) ..... T 'a. -- i'"' "TrrT '"" 7"l"JPW,Wf'tl7tf-ICTJltV'i- f' ' " f1" 7 " " "'TiWBvPlwPP'llllHHiSlWB