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Volume VI. nu3?fXiiii! t rv: tf a: FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH fgmnasrerg'vrrvTJS Hume 17. 1883. 'iiwwi Number 26. um yt rricwrT:vrggaowtyrwyajiurT.sSRy'.'jwaiia33Mwwui;j.i.ii liulwiii, .IciitiiMin. Winwap. I5cn ami N. Y. I'liiuly, n-- ivawrra Iisivi-I'cppt-- , r Wm. Haitinnn, Louisville, eon.-titiui- on tipple.- - 111 .1. . Hntilii' to ilitv posiiive Ibown'- - Iron IJitler.s for 'j( nernl debility and shattered with t:ood result.-.- " . "I u.-'e- t- - TlioinniifN lioiir witiit'" n flu ciiriifii power-- ' ol the fiicnl For oniior. Sff nilviTli-emcnt Storeltocpers and Guagreiv. The following will bo the ajignineuts ol the revenue oflicers of this on ami after April I, 13:J: l)i-tri- Imi -- ale liy .loficpli Di iif.'i.-Jt-. ct t (Jo. Bal-oJ T, to J A Grimes, 7'.). Barrow, it E, W M Ball Ciaig. C S lo Jnhnnu Miller, "in. Campbell, J II, to A J Bantu, '.17. Davison, G M, to W II Sellers. Doehrer, Jos, u, Gus Pugli and Gtis Pugh n, i W T MWYhM I(l X a 3 Has just received Ins spring and fumrarr stock of Montoroy, Owon County. hti)i:i:ki:i:!'i:i:.'i A I n. I If I i m if grail iWLgsSmii JwlsTpi J 111 -- - in III 111 JSESS. ra Erv ill inffl IIS of Franfl. Unscru-u I o 11 s ;Rm H$iPll Sill S B B 13 fi'y $&1 F, ? to imitate our Rem- navo tried parties edy and tjieptiblic by usinp SIMILAR NAMES, b ti deceivo t do cl ; 0ive gob tfto word that SAFE ture of an Iron Safe, onabl.iclc i' with pic- K wrap per anclvi'hitc alpmMEJtiM l- Cl A .r?.l fTT7 CTTJCi IP a j yrj T r Kaart?aaei te'j W'-r- - on every package". Also, see that it is on the I) iottsrs is T(i Jt .W tlt-'t T H. iilHi J.; 'iiEiiMsijri iO:j :SJU2JXSTiirS?5 aMU ii jn tr stamp, So 0 1 and and take no other. H. M. WARNeFS CO. ROCHESTSJ?. N.Y. IW'I his remedy is ;m :tlolutc specific for the diseases of vunien: fir tlic nervous troubles of youth, ami fur t!ie debility which prccJes old aj:e. As statistics show that all disc.vcs arie from t lie kidneys or lncr, we can guarantee freedom ftom disease by of the power which nnr Safe possesses over these orgiifis. Kidncv an J l.to-Ctir- e For DJabet- .- .I'1'. U.t WARNER'S SAoE DIA-BJiTE- S CURE. W. S. DHHOxE UEALLU IN SAIM.K AND TANCY T DRY. GOODS. 10TI03S, ' Nina! & EUSSaiL ; I cortlittlly invito von to call nntl fXtimino ikj ).'ini iniil Frceli riluck ol (ioods. bell. OS, to B Thorn Anderson, S M, to Warner it Heed and Jadisoii, J C to John Hobb, Mrs. .luily Filzji-niliimptovin. Peck, Warner ,t Co. Lule. J A, to A it W II Taylor. Mr. .Lilly i wry low with piiiiimoiii;i. L'wi-- , A A. to J Vanarsdall and Ynnnrs-dul- l AraiMiotiL', ..' J), lo (J (r White and li G Mr. .1. D. (Jriiv - till coulinr-- lo liin lied. White it Co. it Finnell, Long, J II, to T E Moore it Co, and J.' Furniciv arc qiiito lmv liuriiini toliacco Bablilonl, Jacob, to G G White- additionj((l.. al. Barton, No 1(30. Jiroudtw, W A, to DA Aiken. Mri Wiulielti Willioit h: liwn quite ill Mooie X S. to W II Thomas. for 0Mie lime CVntcher, .1 N, to W A Guincs A: Co; Morrow, H S, to J Barton it J A Grimes. Mr. J A Iiflaml p'tiil n fhing visit to No. 4, additional. No. SO Monli'ii'V li t Sunday. l)obyn, G II, to D L Moore and Moore McClintock, W L, to Geo t'ngli. No Li. Mih. .litn Ciray, ol (Jovinjrtun, is isitiiij: A: I?eb?tock. Poih'al. J S, to II Tunny. Ikt mom, Mr. .1. D. dray. Swope, .III, to J II Hatchings. Dniiln,! G 11, to W A G ninth it Co.. Xo V. D. Hardin returned home. Tuesday 4, additional, Smoot, K J, to S T Willi- - and S T Willis fiom a l)ii"iiie.s trip lo l.otiWviile. Fleming, W A, to .1 K I'eppw A' Co it Co. jiaid Walter Sidiocdlield. o( lliirt-Finnell, L II, to W A Gaines it Co.. No. Spiers, E .1, lo J W Biookie, No. 47. a vif't to his family last Siindiiv. 4, night. . Soioggjns, to J if Frazicr it Co. Mr, .Joel S. Mead and wile h'ie been .1 .1, to W A Gaine- - it Co.; No. Giuliani. Throckmorton. C T, to J S Sb.iwban ami ijiiite ill, but are now cmnnleH-e'it- . Ol".. Shaw ban it Adair. Mr. Aided I'ormnii returneil home InM Gray, W II, to John Cochran & o. T' iiimI.i.i alter tin o! Bald Knob. II at Ian, W, to .1 A Hiigu.-lyMi llettie Todd, Who has been vUitinjr Holloway, Win, to II I) Owing-- . Bain ami mud are pleiitiful in this secR. T. Calerl, relnrned hoiaela-- t .Tiu-da- y. Hampton, .1 J, to W A Gaine.-- it Co No. tion. 'l Mr. .lend Fiillen lost a fine ueid 1015. Mr J. I'. Foar-- hns made his apjiearance by juiiipinjr a feiitie and breaking' bis neek Hamilton, AT, to G W Gray nnd S .1 in Bald Ki ob iijniu. 1'iof. (ieorjc T. II ifslcmati commenced bi Greeiibiiuui. Mr. Jiiinej. Miimhall has moved to sebool lafi Moiitlny. .Siu:oe.--- s to you, Iliitcheiaft, ll W, to II C Clay it Co and farm, near this place. (Jeoijxe. Foul it IJowen. Tilb-te Mr. of ii?nrv county, Mr Houghton Pientiss naid our little .lame.-oJ M, to II (J Bowen. to tuia countv, on tiie tavm of Lewis lant weids. Olad to tie yon, town a Webber. Johnson, C 0, to E J Curley, No. 7."). Houghton. W, to Taylor Jr Co., E II, Jenkins, J Mr. James II. Young is very ill with the We have a "lowinrr colored in the heart disease. We hope he will be able to rttilierhjof our town, taajrht by the Hev. Cal. No. l.'i, night. Ivnoble. I), Jr, to Taj lor J r Co., E II, 'No. be out soon. Mil Hi ne, ol color. 1.'!, additional. The dance at Mr. Stiles Young's on the Mrs. Mattie Willioit. uho has been bight of the loth pa?sed oil' pleasantly, with Limls.'iy, W A, to TS Edwards, in li'ieinU in Frankfort the p.ist week, re a large suietidiiuee. turned home Wednesday. Murphv. J F, to J N Blakemore. Mnnied. On March the 1st,. Mr. Van. MeMiehael, S D. to Wm Tarrkt Co, Hev. .1. A. Head and A. Format) hate Yount and Mi llhoda Ilutcheroon, Hev. 'Muliulu-it!.been quite bny this week, they have bought I'M, to E II Tinlor JrCo., J. A. Peters olliciatiilg. .sevenil (inetaopi ol tobaeeo. No. '2. Died. Near here, on March the Gib. Thin"!' are bediming to look (piite lively Moseley, G S, lo 13 J Curley & Co., No. fjiicy Wayts, wife of Marion Wayis. She We have daily boats J, night. for l lie leaves a husband ami three cbildieu and 1I11011-I- 1 to Louisville ami Cincinnati. O'Connor. U W, to Samuel Clay Ji ,t Co. inanv friend- - to mourn her lo?. information reaidin "Daiv" ill Any Quinn, J J, to E II Taylor Jr Co ; No. '2. be tbanl.fnlly leceiveil by G. T lliukiiinn, "Buchupaiba." additional. a "hope ileleired uiaketh the heart side." Quick, complete cute, all annoying Jvid Hupley, W W, to E J Curlcv it Co.; No. ney, Bladder and Urinary i W. y. ('oiuIm, of thi.-- place, is tir 3. Diuggist.- I i ioiiL'J relative.-i-n boekpoit Hcynold-- . Chns, to Hendley .t Peck. to a nbiiiee i a eoiirce ol" ieat f little biunetie of tiiis town. Shv, W T, to .IS Taylor. H KTil ."3 j t7T I 81 C'? Trt'lfl ' Spencer, W, rtWft Wl S rt Irt to Stoll, Qlay it Co. d Siuee the Klkhorn bridge Iiok Shepherd, Jason, to Lnbiot it (iiabani. awav. we would Miugict that you build an iron biiiL'eand extend the pike to the line, Sallell, W S, to E II Taylor Jr Co , No. lly mi doin;: it would eueoiua'e the eitizens-Monterev to e.xiend ibis i ml of the pike li::. Varden, G S, to E J Curley it Co ; No. 3. 10 the line and then we would haven "ioihI i-! turnpike liom Frankfoit through to the Ohio Warner, W A, to Win Tair it Co : additiver. tional. Au ltt:voit:. Wait, ! P. to Labroi it Graham; night Lnrgo Assortment of j( Webb, to Glenn Spring For a Ion" time there has been a need foi jiistucn a liniment a.s Kendall's Spavin Co. Ami it Hiiti.i, "crciii-ioiially.- " l -- Fry, TT. to J it J M nlfell. Irvine, J W. to W l Mock. Jr. Jackson, W M, to Johnson Miller. 32. STAPLE AND FANCY irinw 11 " AOfn .O 7110818 0 SBym NOTIONS. Call and see him &C. at Swigert's old standi Si. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. ii-j- ' ISTOTIci" i-- i- i milE UrffAb L If'-ury- 1 ab-en- da. . ATTERXOON cxcieiie.s at th! Kentucky Inoitution for the IMiictliuti u ml Training of .Minded Child. l"i mil hiTcnlioi take plnceiriry Friday nt'Krii"on iroin'J to I o'clock 1. M. Tho Imitl-tiitio- n is open tor iisitoii' nt tiny time- when uio.t cuiiveim-ii- t for them to nttrnd. .lOn.V (. A. STEWAltT, Supcrintcdent.. 1'ci-bl- THU11SDAY Oct. f. , hoi.-ela-- DR. Oflice ON JAJIES 3T. 7 ELY, IS in Catholic nil ding, 7 , Je-s- , ba.-mov- ed n, vl-- it Ofilce Hour 8 P. M. S. F, CLAIR STREET. toS A. M., lJ?o 1 l M., G. A. I). I! to Smith, St. n. cwn, SI. D 1 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ Surgeons, F 11 A. N KTORT, K Y . Of c and rciilencu next door Cliurt-li, 1 vi-i- t- , Sf. Cl.iii Mrcet. to thu 11 iptiit pre.-en- t. WM. CEOM 73LL, Atforney-ai-Law.VXD , i.--i ( Du-en--es. 1 TbseJ. Sjjstat W I tbi-wee- k. J - ili-- i -j fiTl-r- rt wa-he- IllMlIi5 e ltjmuittl' I'fiiiinii ' tin. piircrai.-'- and sale of real estate, ill miiN ,1 ,i.,w o.,.l ,!,... -- ll pr.ictiot- - in the courts of F.imklin nnd the i'llj.m, tn; counties, ntid will also give special Asa st. J n.llwll.in ir:,.'11- .:.' c j :r m s I MS .JUST ItKCinVKD I11 A VV i HUB ! II y J)i-till- er y M2?2aan1; Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, iVJVw CJ v.iue. t;.U(!i;i:s main st r nnr, Sc:i tf. TRANKFOUT, KY IMLLgS IqATHBRH lB Cavlty-Ohro- B IS II E. and Cntr.irh of tho Ulcoratlvoj Oatarrh of tha Bar. Eyo or INTbRNALLY, and Throat. Itlstakonupon tha Blood nncl octa D!R'CTUY Mucous Surfaces of the System. It is the uoqt Blood Purifier In the WO:LO. and Is worth ALL that la clmrEoa for It, for THAT alone. nlo '""SUDSD BY PHYBICIANB. OUXUIS Nasal And wo offer One Hundred Dollaro for any Ouso of Oatarrh It will not Ouro. M.jaamaMasaMSjsSJSWaMMaawsaMaatfsMaMWBBBBBW WII-I- . CUBE AMY CASE. Office of A. T. Btbwart & Co. I Cbkuoo, 111., Judo 4, lb80. f Mestrs. F. J. Cheney a Co., Toltilo, O. (lentlemen:l take pleasure In informing you that I have, inwd Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias cured nio I wan vary bad and don't beoltate to my Unit it will cure any ease of Catarrh if taken Youra truly, properly. m mm mi for catarrh MARKETS J2TIN THE J. B. Weatheriohd. WOBTn StO A BOTTLE. E. Hurray, Juclcacn, Mleh., writes Hare had Catarrh for itO yean. Hall'M Catarrh Cure cured ine. Consider it worth $10.00 u bottle. cysold by all Druggists at 76 eta pf r bottle. Manufactured nnd Boldbv F J. CHENEY A CO. Solo Proprietor, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LkOOMPTE, Oot 18-l- DRUaOIST, South Frunkforf. y rf&AM We iiiideiMiiml Mr. Mark rromwell is . -- ., . rVJkS&iSSFK H,iTir...i it Co No. 1; Cline. J talked ol for tdierifl'. entiictt. Large of Mr. Tom IJtndeu will run, the farm thi-- ' Keeps constantly on hand Ilalchitt, C II, J X Blakemore and withyear lor Mr. Owen docikln.', ana new- drawals at W A Gaines it Co., No. 4. Will have a punt oflice at this place thic Lewi-- , J Ji, E II Taylor, Jr, Co. No. J iW-est stylos of fancy French M. week, Lee A. Owen. ! is U MiSfeA-- J . Mr. Will French was out collecting taxes 113. otSJiiiicrc-'no is prepared in this neighborhood biht week. S D, to Lubrot it Graham, J Pinkerton. to m.iko thorn up on jiliort iVl Mrf. Lulip Owen returned from a four 5 Taylor, and Glenn Spring Dis. Co. notice, and givo pirfect fitv.ecl.V vinit 10 Carroll county last week. Hodeiibaugli, II C, to G W Gray, S .1 ting garments, stylish and Water Sets, Tea Sets, Mr.- - Leltie .lett and Mrs. Fanny fully Grcenbauui, Warner it Iteid, and K J CurCDiat'ortablo. will vieit friends in Shelby cutintv this week", fcblt Inn. ley, No. 15. says il the F 1 A: (i It. li Mr. Ciaij: Sharpe, J It, to J E Pepper it Co., Head-leit be is ijoiiig lo runs - they have Castors, Btittci Dishes, it Peck, and 11 D Owings. hi- - placiMiir in corner lots sell Sharp, II 0, to II C Bowen, and entries Mr. Tom Uedfoid hii piircbased some DBAI.KR IX hih !iade beiteis liom Bourbon county at G O White it Co. do likewi-e- . Moreol us oujiht to Thompson. S S, to D A Aiken, Stoll, Afmi have not beard 'ioiii White Selionl Clay & Co, and T S Edward.-- . llou.e lor Home time, llioudil I would drop To.id. V T. to B H Taylor. Jr Co No 'J. Willscllat the vory lowest figures yon a few lines under our new name niiuins, B F, to Win Tarr it Co. and Ami Novelties In Flno American Silver Plato. Hon. .I. W. Tate, Stale TrcnMiicr, got oil' here Monday ami Haid Mr. Geo. Maeklin, Derby it Day. who was standing on (he platform ol the Yeiser, Morris?, to E J Curley it Co; No. If you need any of tlio above goods, or anything caiH, was wwrkiiiy; bis way to Lexington. 3. C. D. D. S else in tho Jewelry Line, wo nro selling at Geo. Noel and another mint broke in Mr. iiV laM Sunday evening, while the II. Ileal ST72JO-E0353DE3iT1,IS'Z7T family was awav. iiiul stole flour, cnlfcc. Ac. Bcrryinan, J 'W, to W J Frazier. Wholesale Prices. Quality Ru.uantced. ami bid them in a thicket ol Mr. Scott'haiul Bailey. J II, to C M Deduian. ICY., came back ultertlark to get the utolcn goods. Succesior to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Bailey, O H, to N Crigler and Williams Noel wua captured by Messrs. Henry and Can bo found at his nfflco from 8J a. tu. to 5 p. Geo. Ilenrn and delivered lo the jailer Sun- 6 Crigler. m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to the Bluir, A W, to Hunter & Stickrod. day night. entiro satisfaction of thoso who may choso to Burris, M D L, to J W Suapp. Sinuous. Lexington, patrouize him. vtry well. Burbridge, .1 M, to J A llugnelv, 1) L Jott's Station. Mooie, Moore it Kebstock, anil J B ThompFanneis will bcjiin howiuoals this week, son. Wheat crop out this way does not look Ibinta, II S, to Jno Cochran it Co. and W A Gaine-i- t SOLID SILVER LADLES ! i Co., No. lOti. 11, W A Gaines F0SSB AID SPOONS. i'J Ifif m l iifflj Tim . ... y a- J. OBXBtN, Pickle Stands, Baskets, ALL KINDS 'OF COAL V FOR CASH! J. BUSH, FRANKFORT, STOUKKmU'MU-llUAClKlt.- I t f T OTIS W. SNYDER, liy. jujy n.iy -- mpTmTMm lUiiiiWllMPlW ItlW 'i, ii.iiiiriWiiiimiipbJ. m it ibjiiJ iMWrw'i' .HMHtWii iiiwi iijHaj,p4yjWlp.,1Mm'l' ," 7'. &n V- m-t - ;t$v ?jts JV ''" X W r'. WW J1JLW.tMII.5aV TCK3U3BWWi wi minium i ii twu?i g.'l1-- in i3 aohnt rou tiir atVBSSWBWWIgflUIKWWgBliUiJKagaTTJKJlVtaUJ FRANKFORT 1 1 . ROUNDABOUT. A Frnkfort Boy in the Land of the Greaser. mailable matter. ri:8Qt'i:u!A, Statu of Sonoka, Mi:xtc.v Itmn'iu.K!, March oil, 1S8.1. ICilitor ) ) J. Mil O. MAXTBR, i . 0 LcOYEKS OE EOHOHYT i i toroil nttho post.nfflco.it Frankfort, Kontucky u second cliws I.:' t' ,T. ' Iliiiiihurg-Aiiicriciii- Mail Line COS, GEORGE A. LEWIS, Z3 Aitor aad MARCH 1", I8S3. FRANKFORT, l'loiiflo bear in minil that the blue u'ticil ninrk X on yonr paper indicates that thu sr .. time lor which you have pa'ul has and you arc requested to call mound and settle. Garden seed? in bulk at Ruiita'fl. Chickens, geese, lleh, and oysters at Banta's Compnnv s Tlie first of the week, 4.)0,000 feet of walnut the luinher to parties in Canada. Morris-Staine- Mrs. Sarah Lnckett sold, the fln?t of the her house and lot on shelbv street, opposite Judge Craddock'a residence, to 'Mr. Sidney French for 31, 200. week, tr I K.J --A . Fif' Hon. J. Q. Chenoweth, Senator fiotn thi is at district in the Legislature of 1870-7of Repren member of the IJouj-present sentatives of the Texas Leainlature. 1, e bi Talk is cheap hut there is no flour equal to J. E. M. Don't let anybody talk you'into paying as much for an inferior rlour as yon have to pay for J. E. M. Trice $4 00 per 100 pounds. The steamboats are fLjhtinj: each other in rates, and from the way they are culting il.nvn pikes we may soon expect them to .'" to take passengers for nothing and liirow in tree drinks and a cliromo. . The. o ft.. I. v; L"- - ' , . city were brought to (it Lexington, Tuesday morning and taken down 10 LeCompte's Bottom, on the Fannie Free.-e- , i v ititerment.in the old family buning ground. The deceased was an aunt of Mr. .Joe LeCompte, of this city. llii remaini of Mrs. Lizzie Montgomery, t': rt L'J - &; 1 F."' fc' We arc under obligations, to Mr. Edmond Power lor one of the prettiest as well as the most fragrant boquets we have seen this His large green hou-e- s on the bill m:i'.(id. the city are now filled with a large niove jrid well selected stock of flowering plants, Thousand- arc being cured of Catarrh uliich he is supplying to customers on short every yuir with Hull's Catarrh Cure t.hat notice. the doctors had given up and said could not o by be cured. 75 cents ti bottle. Sold Judging from the way tome of our citi- Joseph LeCompte. Druggist, South Side. zens are protesting against the location of tlie Opera House that indignntion inviting Personal. nil! yet be held. The City Council wresMr. Thos. Hcflncr, sr., has been quite ill tled with the question again Tuesday night for several weeks. v. ithout coming to n final vote, and laid it Herudon has returned from a over to await the return of Councilman Me- it to relatives in Covington, Clure. m Miss Mamie Kahr returned Saturday Hev. Aaron Green, a colored Methodist from a visii to Iriends in Lexington. preacher and for many years a resident of Mi- - Lutie Stanton, who has been vwiting this city, died in Cincinnati, on the (itii inst., friend.- - in Covington for seveial week.-- , has Hi the advanced age of 'Jo years. The deleturued home. ceased will be remembered by our older Capt. E. H. Taylor, formerly of i as "Doctor" Green, who for thirty Iris returned from Mexico and is visiting years was pressman at the old Common- relative.- - !n Louisville. wealth otfice, and a man highly i expected Mr J.P.Wavts left, Wednesday morning, by all who knew him, both white and colorfor PInl Buruside. to accept a position with Co. ed, lie was laised in Lexington, being a MwArJ. K X. Aichei-ifamily, who oM him to ol the Kei.-e-r slave Mr. Will Todd Crutcher has recovered ti Mr. Sayre, and was by him sold to the from his recent illness sufliciently to resume late Col. A. G. Hodges, who allowed him Ids duties at the Post ollice. Mirs Lottie Bush, of Clark county, who t. buy himself and then retained him in his has been visiting Mis- - llattie Buckley in employ. As a boy we learned to respect this city, returned home Tuesday. tins good old man, and as we grew to manMrs. Col. J. Stoddard Johnston and hood that feeling increased with our vea'is. daughter, MNs Mum;e, have been visiting lie is gone and we revere his uiemoiy. He relatives in Geoigetown thi-- week. Peace died as he iiad Jived a Christian. Mr. A. G. Morris, lornierly of this city, to his ashes. bat now of Indianapoli", Indiana, has been visiting friend in the city this week. Messrs. Stagg, Hume Sz Co., who represent Lieutenant ('. C. Todd received orders the E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., will shortly esfrom tlie Navy Department to report at once tablish in this city a bottling factory for lor Washington. for duty and felt the O. F. C, Carlisle and J. S. Taylor Mr. Geo. II. Allen and wile, of New brands of whisky. They have engaged the York, wlio have been visiting Irieuds in the services of Mr. L. B. Warren, who - stated city, led for home on Wednesday by the (J. to be thoroughly familiur with the business O.lrain Misses Allie Todd and Hnllie Craddock and a gentleman of intelligence and large business capacity, to conduct the operation,-o- l have been isiling Mrs. Jacob Swigeit, in week. They will re tlie factory. Mr. Wan en has lecently, Woodlord cotintv, this turn t with his son, located on tit c South Side. YhereJJhas been so much piracy in the snle 1J O I EST . ol inferior whisky in bottles as O. F. C. In this oily, on Monday, March 12th, to Mr. whisky, one Chicago firm having even been eauglitselling cases of empty bottles labelled II. K. Stiungu and wifu, u dauglitur weight 0 pounds. i) F. C, that the E. II. Taylor, Jr.. Co. In thin city, on Tunsday, Mnreli 13, to Mr. brands Hubt. II. Phillips und wifu, n daughter. to.?protect their tire determined under their own seal'and trademark, and MABBIMI), tit the same ;ime supply the wants of that i M'gc class of citizens who don't want to On the 15th Inst,, by Itov. J. M. Lowla, buy a barrel, but only a bottle or two, of L'ki.ix If acsciiim) and Maiiv JIkkrki.i.. genuine O. F. C. The parties have leased a section of Jniita bought Early Ifoso and South' large warehouse near the depot, "White Star" potatoes in Michigan nnd arc engaged putting in the necessary this year, therefore you can rely upon getting pure seed. machinery. po-tage liaitulitmit: From inv eailie-- t bo hood I have liemd nnd read ol the 'Garden of Eden."' but I have cerliiiulv found that place here and when lie Mo"es must have made h aid it was on the other ide of the dei p waleis. Ijiurivi'd in the cit ol lli'imosillo amhiM I was on iIih morning of Mmch of New Mexright from the 'Vnowy-rangeico, to come straiirht into the tropics of "the laud of Montezuma, "where men no barefooted twelve months in the year, is enough to make one fall in love with Merinosillo is the Capital such a country. of the State ofSoiioia. and Gen'l Enrique, is the prettiest is the Governor. Ilermo.-ill- o All the streets are town I have ever shaded with orange trees, and the trees are hanging full ol ii' fruit. In company wiih took a a friend of mine, A' A. F. Lodle, in Iront of the troll throuah the Phiz-iuovernoi's palace, and there saw orange. fL'. and lemon tiee.-- with foliage that reminded me of the forests at home, in the summer months." All sorts of flowers are numerous hero, and in full bloom. ' The weather is warm, but not sultry All kind- - of tropical birds are here nnd of the most beautiful plumage. Even the poll parin rot is found bete, ns is the mocking-bird- , great numbers. The enterprising class of Mexicans welcome the Americans heie, but the common "Greaser,'' or the lower cla.-.--, ire still holding that old war prejudice "Take out Texas, ami .iirainst us, andr-uvwe can whip yon " This is a sample phrase of their common intelligence. There aie two tribes, of Indians hue, they ate the Papagoes and the "Vakies" or Yaquis. The ormer arc lazy and indolent, but the latter wnrk on the railroad, and are more The "Heathen Chinee" is alr-- seen here W have a ehiue.-e-e cook, and he is .-. a good one, too. "John" knows his am agent and operator at this point, miles from the beautiful :n:d am only capital city.' It doe- look so funny to me l ini'ti, women and children bore going barefooted. though the climate "ill admit ol lemons here sell for the like. Orange-an- d The lemon- are pvvyrt, a cent a p.ece but there - a small -- peeiis ol lemon hen' culled "limes." that me, sourer than the olde-- l maid in America. 1 wonder if can't come back there nnd puisnade one of those pretty Frankfort girls to come over herewith me. I will see about it when I come back to the United States. I will enclose my address, and you can let my little Uoundaiiout," come on, friend, "Tm: is 1 will pay the same Whatever the must have by lorwardingjyoii the money. the IiOL'NDAuout at any co-- t. lam vour friend throughout time, G. G. G. mi-ta-ke ROYfiL MIUIBE STEAMSHIP Tlokctc to ami from Enropo at l()VLt rnte. 'he Arca.de Oos Price Hoyse - ATy also iji:au:r in -- MINERAL WATERS, CIIAMPAGNK GINGER -t. sun-bathe- CII3H51T, ALE & SELTZER WATER. Ijo HARRIS & HERMANN'S Arc Offering the Balance of their Stock of Order left at llrewcry Ollice will ntlei)''cil to. Miiu-I-i r. prumptly MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S KKXTUCKY ItlVISR PACKET OVERCOATS-- " At prices SUITS 1 -- , less than cost oj manufacture, in order to make room for early spring purchases ; also in our 1 THM STEAMRR, FANNIE KENTUCKY WILL FREESE DHY GOODS DEPARTMENT, Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE Will receive nnil furvrnnl frcight3 to LnuUvillc, M.ulUou, nnd nil points on AiD OHIO RIVERS HATES nnd to all points North, E.ift jiihI U'cst. EUETIIIIOICfi i BILLS OF LSDHI6 KUBSSSA STSAM XiATjaTDY, 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. : Will Iciivo Franklnrt for Louisville every Tuesday mid morning. ft II n'elouk, nnd i etiirntnir Icavo tioiii'villc for Frankfort every Wednesday und Saturday nftcrnoun at 4 o'olnek. For rates nnd information apply to indii-ttio- iis. LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Lello Point Ky. busi-ne.-- Or S. V. Fence, mir.'J tf. Blue-Gra- ss Mt"tcr. 1 2-- i - w Nurseries. & Aspnra-iii-Plant-an- HAERIS enn DO Ai A lLmw& &I-IKRMA.2ST- N". 1 unusually fine stock of Fruit and Oi uainental Trees. Grape Vines, small Fruits in otl'ered We employ no uncut, but sell direct to the planter. In addition to general catalogue no have issued one devoted exclusively to Struwbeiries, of which we have a magnificent stock. Catalogues on application. Addrc-d thi-Spri- I would respectfully inform n. F-- E FIRE! R.N I T U R E & C . , b H K.y ii A tlie citizens of FmnKfort that I have lcloL(l iny slock of , TO THE WAKKIIOUSE ON THE & s. H. F. HILLENMEYER, feb212ui Lexington, Ky. New Goods constantly received. KBH9BIR9I Greatly May 20-i- NcM door to the oflicc of Messrs. W. A. Gr.incs Co., v. here I am selling the old R e cl ia c e cl A 1 Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. Prices, htocl; at MILLY1LL.E MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILDillC.JRANKFORY, KY. "J In all its branches a specialty. a - Orders promptly attended to. Ship StulT, Bnin, Shelled Oats, and nhvnys an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. All kinds of grain bought mid sold. Corn R. EOGERS. SEED OATS! AT Tiivflpv i KAiiPninfif & CO., Wholesale and Retail. .IAS. I Xi. SHAW, I i"oj Mil Sa a Ktflh a Ccrner, Capital Sca.ta.cvrs. Mis-Ye!i- ie vi-- Ml- - LEE c. I PROPRIETORS. a - m atijf wiuuwhi wmvwmj tmn .! V Olisitcii. Street, 2Tcrtliao.t on short notice. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. Kr.NTUCKV., Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephopc promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y cit-zen- s hi-cit- y, WATCH JIAKER, .Pnecossor to B. F. Meek, Main Ky., continues tho watch rcpniriu husiness nt the old stand. I)y promptness and careful work lie hopes to merit the mtronnpto of those withwho dctro to hive their wntelioi ropafi-uout iliiuintje being done them. Surveyors' repaired and other instruments requiring delicate utid accurate ndjustiiionl. oom-puss- Street, Frank-fnr- r, CLOTH m ! IDiiinl scsEMitsxzsrarscsj CLOTHING ! STARTING and SLAOeHTERING PRICES s pleasure in expressing my critiro eonlidence in Mr. .S. Ay re", and from my long neijualiitance ill him a. n woikiunu, do not heeituto to commend lit in us every way enpiil.lt-- of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. H. F. MEIIK. Sopt. :to-t- f In retiring from buslnes.- in Frankfort I tnku WHITE HALL! oiicii ii leuueiiou in prices win never oe onerea again. jffi Handsome $30 00 suits for $25 00. (1 Dr. Q B. CHINH. Office on Wain hot-lin- g ay Street,' Near St. Glair, i.- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. for 10 00. llandsoiuc 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Handsomo 20 00 suits Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. LANBRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND CmTJ TCHEPw AXTD Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. STARES, EEMOVAL! K)n NEW PLANING MILL. PAPERS, WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. Having removed my wntoh und aluck rrpalr tliop to my roaldcnoo in South Frankfort, I urn pro paired to execute wnrk on short notice. Orders left with Mr. Will Mucklin, at tbo coal office, corner of St. Clair nnd Wnpplng streets, will rcceivo prompt uttention. (1KO. W. QAYLB. Deo. 10-tf J.M.WAKEFIELD Having reoently uddod to his Estobllnhment First-l- ass GUAEANTEED ALSO FRESH. SEED, Finning Mill, In now prepared to furnish oil kinds of VICK'S FLOWER Sasb, Doors, Bliails, rranes, Molding ALSO 'A.T COAL! A COAL! JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Scroll Work, StalrWork & Turning ix LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND nnd for sale at LowcHt Prioeb by Q. B. MACKLIN. , My 15 Gotten out in the Best Style. tf. ,.Tf TfcY'- - W v- - ,i ' 3 miimvwrir,vj,:?w2maMAU,'Ki29i,sii'yivJiJimuijLMM FRANKFORT FRANMCFOIIT, KOUNDABOUT; in MAHCH It in tii'lievcd this ecciiutt. tlutt the (rnit'i nil aufe yet niul vi'.'or. Skinny Men. J'Wi'lN' ircnltli Huni'wor" rejitori'H liuulth " TO'TRAVBLBIIS. TIIMNH NORTH. 1". 18S.".. t " "" Try Blnnton A: WnlHn'H patent Hour nt P.iy A. If iiII'h. A , Ji-w.-l- Scxnl ilclnliiy. SI. 10 chits DiHnuiHin, Impotence, CAPITAL EL Gr, i Cnmmcncing Mniul.iy, October tG, tlio following lime table will lie in effect on the K. & N. It. K. for this point. Leave Louisville. NO. 22 tt'lcplmtio tin- .hnli!C'V ollicc. - lict'ii plai'i'il in tin' Coiintv Tlio iiuinliur of the ylntimi pounds o( cullee Dstv A sui'iir tor one ilol- - Inr at it IfiilVV ART GALLERY! MA.TTER'N", Prop'r, is 27. Announcomont. FOU Wn nrc SIlKlin-T. No. 430 Mfiiu St., Over Criilrlier & Sfnrka9 While Unl! Clolliing Douse, Leave No. t8 No. 20 . . No. 24 . m. 3:33 i'. m. M. 5:131'. 7:00 A. v. l.ems;tnn. 11:17 A. M- - Arrive at f.iov. 95 su8 10:27 A. M. r. m. 7'"5 V. M. nrr. nt FranlcfortSjjfii'. m. L ave r '3 't. V. M. TtlAINS SOUTH. uirar Eight colored poisons wl o have recently MASON H. LUCAS. united with the First Independent Baptist Wo are nuthorii'd to K1AN O'H. siBsouTiiia 19 but sbbitt Church were baptised it) tin- ricr at Henmw $m TKKMK,UKnii c.iniliihtn fur Slieriffof Franklin Sutiihiv afternoon. derson's wharf BCaLTZmtTJfOBgVBgJIWWg k'VJJf.M ciitinty, subjeat to the nation of the Democratlo The Hi'venttcnth of Ireland. party. The J. E. M. Flour is sold in South I TAKE this method of informing the iblic that from this day I Wo nro authorized to announce J0IIX AV "Crown Jewel'1 patent (lour nt Day it Fiankfort only by II. 11. Williams, N F will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, i nking no exceptions or A INKS it candidate for Sheriff of Fr.inklin Haft's. it O. T. Richardson, and James llceney. Louisville. Frankfort. 10:55 A. M. 8:is A. M. No. 17 No. 23 leaves I'nnkfort 6:00 a. M.arr. I.oti.cto a. m. v. M. C:a p. M. No. 19 . . . 4'.to 3:00 i M. No. zi . . . 5:1s P. M. 7:17 p. m. i:to p m. Train No. 21 makcv connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 23 make con nection lor i,iniiniia 1, arriving there at 12:15, i.t'" No. 24 in k v connection from Cincinnati, leaving there nt 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfurt, at 8:30, p. in. :. P. IIRVAN, Agent. T.rnve LcxiiiKtnn. j:ivi a. m. Arrjvrnt K. COL-I.r- S no n ciin.li.t.ito for Sheriff of F.rinklln For Sam:. Dtitnl)le rosiilenceon Milline comity, yiil.jeot to tlio notion (if tho Uoiuoaratic sirt"(-(- . For infbnniition apply to ilrn, C. p.irty. Wo nro niitlinriznil to nnnouneo IiKSLIK A. l'rontisi. on the promiM. COLLIN'P ii ciitiiliilntu Tor shcrlir, subject to , Hi ram Lodge, No. i, A. V. M., will Deuiocr.itic action. hereaRer meet on the second and fourth nm n eniiilM.ito for the office of Sheriff nf Tuesdays in each month, instead of the Frnnhlin County !ii))j(ct to tho nation of the DeiiioiTiitio party, either hy primary clectinii or a heretofore. second Tuc-daeonvrtitlon, fiiotilil nny ho held. C. Frankfort Koyul AitIi ('linptcr, No l, will tni'ot in regular montlily convocation Tumliiy eveninjr, at 7. o'cloi'V. nutlioricl to ntinounco PRANKFOB.T, KBNTUOKT. Sl'KCIAL INDUCEMENTS AUK 'OFI-ERE- o IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. y, no - r y Ei .i bAdE w We undeistand warrants will he iwmeil toliegcur that day nsaiii8t the profe-ionhave been infesting our MrcetH (or some lime. al r Tillson, whs We nro authorized, to iinuotincu IUA JULIAN Judge Joseph If. Lewis, ol the Court of n? ii candidate for ltirte!iNtivo r.f Franklin tliU city, has lieeti jiromoled ,lo Kir--t Lieutenant in the Appeals, and Mrs. Caddie Johnson, ividow county in tlm nest LcrM.iture, sulijcet to the of Jthe late Col. JiUon P. Johu-oand action of the Democratic party. Fifth U. S. Infantry. iieiceof (iov. niackbtirn will he qtiictlv marKendall'? Sp.ivin Cuic i.s nsoI from the ried at the residence of (Ion. Jus ;Blnek-biir- u FOR KKILTKlt. Atlantic to the Pact lie. coast. Wo aro nuthorii'd to annouuca NAT. P. in this eitv, on the 2(.)th inst. Second LietTtenaut mavried Mif-- Addie J. (J. F. .Indue Thos. II. Ilines basso f.u recov- party. ered hiu health that he expects to return Irom Florida about the lirst of April and hi'a labois upon the Appellate bench. e county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic deviations. My stook of FOR HKPHESKNTATIVE. STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, . is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. MccU, of Eoofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, n, I'OIt-1E- U, had charge of the Methodist (Jhuich at Highland), near Newport, ha heen tratiH throat.- He was relieved by Dr. J L. Price, ferred to the diuretics at Georgetown and who was tont for immediately and nrmed in time to save him. Oxford. Loui-ville, 11 of liooilford county, former traveling Watermelon seed, fix choice varieties in 'Mr. James Peun, who resides on Mero iij,.-nfortiio old Trtn-i- lv.mla Printing Com-ptn- y bulk, ul J. U. TiuntaV. and thnVroiuan OfBco, at a c.mdidatc for street, opposite the Gas Works, while Tue-dticame near being choked Kegistoi of the Lund OHicc, aubject to thouclion Rev. J, 13 .Wrl-rh- i, of thi city, who has lo death by a piece ol meat lodging in his of tho Democratic rirty. t ; -v, JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. . BRAIL LETTSeS. IjOntraCtOrS j m B&. X Agents, odor Payne it Berry, inducements on nil clashes of farm tpscial by property. The companion repre.-enle-d among the largest ami oldest in them are the world, ami their rates as cheap as the cheapest. Policies wiitten from one to live years, and the interests ol their pations protected nlwajH, as they supeni.--e the ade For prompt payjustment ol all ment ol Ktrses they icier lo Dr. W. II. Hall, .las. M. Wakeiield, 13 Power, George Utihr. and many others. For rates, Arc., apply at their ollicc on St. Clair stre.et, opposite Old Mansion IIoubc IMoek, Frankfort, Ky. ce lo-a- the Penitentiary, and and bonds, and all other necessarv Masters, information will be furnished upon man h the name of of Mr. Henry Ileum, went to the near .lett'i Station, Sunday morning, dining application to the Second Assistant the absence of the family, broke into the Postmaster General. house and stole a sack of flour and ome clothing, which they hid under some bushes inn Held of Col. Kohl. W. Scott, a short Postmaster General. distance nwuy, where they were found by March, Mr. Ileum, nfter discovering his house had been inoUcii into, itifttcail ot removingthem Mr. lleain and his brother secreted themselves near by and waited for the return of the thieves, 11111I when they made their nppearnueu came out from their hiding 4t. place and demanded their surrender. Miles' Crystal Flour is sold at $') T.'ipe r ran and made good lusefcape, but Noel 100 pounds, and is guaranteed as good as was captured, In ought to this city, and any patent flour sold in the market, except lodged in, jail, lie waived an examination Tuesday, and in ilcfaujt of $:!00 bond was theJ.E. M. sent tojnil to await the. action of the Circuit Advertised Letters. Court. When taken he Jind several door FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. keys in hid pocket, which had been liled to FnANKi'ouT, JCy., March 17, 18SIJ, &8K FOR IT! BUY XT!! TRY ITIU some lock which he had evidently nulla lit Jlosley. Mary Adam. Carrie iiuivli Neul, Willoughby A been tampering with. Beuty, Mary .lane Pleasant, Annie Addie Bush, Page, Fanny Baker, Phillip Notice to Contractors. Perham, Martha A Oyer, Moggie Rogers, Mary Dejtirnette, A (1 I.'iley, John Finks, Francis Scnlvd proposals will bo received bv tlm Bamsey, Kithert Fly no, J Ft until tho thin) Sntunlay in March, Sullivan, Dan Louis Foster, ISS:(, fur tho eountniotlon ot fouiiil.itions, F Snyder, John Gil more, A for n brhlgo over Main ami .ipiinKK-hcTewnbury. A W, 2 Gray, llullio Klkhorn, on the Owcntnn roud. I'luiin and Taylor, Kiltie iccilic.itiotiH by D. M. Ifooddon, 0. K,, cm bo Huisey, M A Keen ut Huhr' Hotel. Tho cotninitteo Thompson, httciiuhi Hnydon, F P tbo right to reject any or all bUU. Snuire, Turner, Jr. Ingall, Clara 0 I)R. WM. MOURIS. Whitney, Fliza Hulett, Samuel NBJATJL.Y EXECUTED S. M.TINSLEY, Wallasce, Pat Iliikill, William JAMK3 CAHR. Wuits, Mace Hampton, C 1 JNO. W. RATES, Mesacr, Ella three term-- 'S& SAi MjZ& sa x& Iloise owners can not nli'onl to overlook Jvy., pnyd: "I Win. FluMiiiir. the wonderful success of Kendall's Sp.n in ; i . have s Herod Iimmi vertijo and general det l - .1 . it :.. jusc opcnecii a v. t i jcwcirv t?i iiiiviiiir ivuauiisiiuienr.l. in ,1.. rouni on iiu jl II C bility. 1 trird Urown'a Iron JJiitciP, and Cure. ! ICC 10 St. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & "DUVALL nm now well." Mr. Z. T. Thomnron made a vager with AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete 13. Triplet!, for many yean- - a Mr. W. T. McCloy, last week, that he could Mrs. Mary stock of resident ol this city, died in RlytheviHe, Ar- break seventy out of one hundred clay pigPost Office Dim'akt.mkxt, the Fame day on eons' with his shotgun. The atal.es were kansas, on the full inWashington, D. C, which Mrs Maria Church, another old res- put up and the trial came off .Vonday alter March ist, 1SS3. in the rear ol the Penitentiary, when noon ident, died in Missouri. ffeefc-chain- s, Watch-chain- s, exactly seventy pigeons out ol the one bunProposals will be received at the Mr. Dan. Meagher, jr., has opened n dled thrown were broken. neat little confectioners' in the room on Ann Contract Office of this Department COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SP0GNS, Fresh lettuee and ttreeus nt ILiiitu's street recently purchased by him of Mr. V. jewelry store. Repairing Bcrberich, where l.e will constantly he found until 3 p. m. of April. 21st, 1883, And other articles usually found in a first-clasOn Sattird.iy night u thief went to the neatly and promptly executed. Call and see nte. hereafter. In connection with the same he ot Jlr. John Branch, uhoiit two for carrying the mails of the United cla?s has entahlished a fir'-mileH from this citv, on the .Shelhyville Dec. where a good meal can he had nt any time, iike, and cll'ectcd an entrance hy cutting u States upon the routes, and accord day or niht. Call and see him when linn- iIiihs out ol the kitchen window, lemovinj: ing to the schedule of arrival and the fastening and raisiu; the eiwh. lie Tuesday morning a jurv viewed and con- then went into the room in which Mr. and departure specified by the Departdemned a strip of Mrs. Jouett's lot forty Mrs. Ilniuiih were sleeniii':, stole a suit of ment, in the State of Kentucky from (eel wide, in front ol her residence, running Mr. ll.'s clothed, which were lying on the the width ol the lot, and nsttc-sethe dam- chair hy the bed, and .ome other article", ami July ist, 1883. to June 30th, 1SS4. age at SI.O.jO. The city propose- - to open left. The noise he made in opening a bade Lists of routes, with schedules of Ewing stivet through her piemi.-e-s fiom door, as he was leaving, awakened Mr, lint) or fee arrivals and departures, instructions becond to Cross sireetf'. She had been of- Blanch hut he failed to fered SI, 300 by the city for the ground, but wiio he was. to bidders, with forms for contracts refused. George Noel, nn ex convict who nrsc-ciass -t ni PMS il -- l VftWfetft rrJ-Hli.?- SBFft&flSFH JS mJ J Itm xci w KFJ VVra"- J i-iJ tiii 11 mw s'wmmw' m itLMm i d i ysj t2i Kb-Wi .?f imt I GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Charms, s t i2-i- T. J. SHEPARD. II0W FOR THE NEW YEAR R. K.' McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of Imjff' J' G-ood- s, d ' in i 11 js Qaar'Vas) uy crii wist Sbbs r T. O. IHOWE!, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, GiGAR CASES, OLIVE WOOD 500DS, - America Ahead! ODER CASES, WRITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &e., &c. , Mas-tc-t- ft 1 I- - u. All The Popular Journals, STJOH A. ft Horse and Jack Ca rds THIS OFFICE I aluil-inoii- ts a CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY;. Say advertised when calling for the above J. O. Hatoiiitt P. M. letters. D. M. W00DB0A', AT COMMITTEE. Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the' Whole Year. epti3-t- f ninr, d i' lv' '' P ' - ,t i" M' X, wyr& 1 Vt .r , t sasajk ". t y '"AUBTIUVIWUM wii4iiW'JiwiJ'.'wJWKJiiijiiMUiniji.jiJiij:'i.(wmmMJLjiiiwij MiJuanjH!HA'iJKiMLjjaBajvjJB uriziwusrf?avuTiHiw'ivK'u,4usuu&&maxmiiaKn (aatzsKFtsa ',aiMJWjiL..mjjiBKuiiAWjjjuiiM:iiu;jil FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. A WOMAN'S UXI'KKIENCE. r ;' x 'Rough on Rats." Clenr-uH- What a Lady of Great Prominence Has to Say About Her Sex. (Ttoilim On a I ts . A L' 5f v L-- - ( Mi i. 1 , V :' afcTt JV 7, v 1 t ' - recent tiipliy a iuirei'iitativo ol this 2"c. Diui'ls jviju'i to thei'ity ol lluvoiliill, M'is , a tnoM 111. .. ......... ...... II .11, . it l.mt ........ . .... ... Itl.i"'. ...i..vi.v v.v.,.v, II .11 ...llllint Bridgeport. lo all, anil tail to lu of the jreatet nilt'ri-epi'cia'h to our holy ii'mlrm Tin? newsLook mil lor lnnlatt. niiildle paper 111.111 me' a Imlv a t j i tit Iijim" nliout all reeou'ieil. aj:e wtlli liiMiiium while han that eontuiet lhatthemidic.il profession evidentlv wen1 Tin irk il ?tiik.iti,ly with pineinj: hlack eyes. She pioud ol what she had done, as she might Kiclinjr Oniiu"' mid Colie Cruel i'tt are pooi-so- il well he in the poscssiou ol sttcli a medal a utiaijrht, lull liahii. woinanlj "1 am proud ol that" he up'ied ami '1 tin- 1ki" imili- tumor hat eotniiiaiiiliiiir, coinlitiinl with maiinei-- . o pleased a short time since to Anv, was ..I .X " '" V .' Mr loli a Himiu'Ii'-- resilience vv.h lnrr wlwilU l'lill 1l).i . mill ...,--tit an oiler :.t a huge alaiy lo lake the ol 11. ....... ......... ........ uiu al i.ivi.iv. p....f,v laii.t'it i!i- -i r'in iiil'ui. piole in the new imdical colleue al in- h,i in .111 tn uir 111 cini'i' , Nov. Mi Arinsiiiitl' will pieiiuli at South lltlftl iiiii Walla Walla, on the Bacilic coa-- t. do 1. JU'MOhU'Jl' 1.1 Butisun eiiuich toinoiiow at II O OIOCK. more- tlinii mrwt (it Ium cv. Mint torxeit nn not know how thev heatd ol me out theie, was obliged to decline their ollu." Tl.i- - hut in its powir Scoliehl is viilin her ifter. inlliience fai uachin "And so, in vour eeiience with the Aliiin-- t Mm M. W. Win.-ate- . huh was Putinfttoti Mi.-- Mollie'rhonni-,a- t you have lound sucie--in(, women in- - dis list Irom ., inkon ' l'' tPlM diihlhoul .lie h'n ,,,,., , a,,,',peeial ,, EI,lnS!u.l.N.ol ton. ""' Hint Wninei's Sale Cine Iiim hc a in the 1)0(,h fcl.N mo-- t elliciint lemuly " Brhljepo.t ChiMi'inUimch lii- -t s",,,l )il8 rohahh heen moie micecsful in "Ye-- , I have had unusual success and ini! tullering ami .nii) liibthan any other Little Mamie ditti'liur vvn (Merely litini-c- l woman in America. (lie leiindy of which vou piak hn- - heen Imleel eenit to y Dr. Jam Ciutdur' h.s hae lucn to women what Floiei ee Ni'.'ln iiovin nlgieat beinlit. itThete aie howevei, daughter. ome b.ie imitations ol lo he lound in the ami Doiothy Di wen to the Millei Mi K 1' G.nntr ami luiile. ine Mi ing sohlier. 'J'he iutanee- - of women who maik'e.; 1I11 i aie hid and should he avoided lek h-- t Tne-.i- l 11 lor tin but the uiiniinc uuudv is one ol ihe veiv J.mie .lo'k-o- n weiein 1I10 reaie-- l agon and appiifiitl be- -t " I. il ulw. 1...I. .I.. it... 11.11,11 .I I... ....... t.1.1 home in Illinois. i ...I. J IIV III lllllll.lll til. I. tlllll f.ll till. -. aie "And has not the piactice of your to lualth and liiippinel.ukii.s uid Mi- - Ik'ttie Robi'if- - almost Mr lnju.ed voui heallhV" have ummk.-'run a visit to lel.uhe- - in llllll IIIV.' innumeiahle. and it was nh iiatiii.il "No, lam better now than ev ir beloie in I'll 1".' MK'llltl Ut'l'dllll' JKl'I.IIM III' Shelhy conntv. limbs !a- -t Wiutci. ti'ic-ti- d lioe and wish to eomeue with hermoie inv lil. while lidiiiL' one cold .' to ee a patient Mm. Mniinin fiaimHMinl her daughter, in (htail. Mi-- s Minnie vinited the imilv ol .Ind'e 1. "How long iiaxe ou hten in and wa- - obliged lo ttiuain indoois foi oei am lualthy, as E G line-'- , Belle Point, this week the practice ol mulicine Mii. WiiifialeV two mouths OthiMwt-- e vtti can ie hv looking at me." "For moie tlian '2 u.:-.- ' tht .Siiijrei M'tacv a'.'eiit toi Mr. Jiih "And mav J publish this interview . Mm How did urn "A longtime ceiiainly. " Sewing Machine ConipaiM. had oirardon happen to inter the field . it that e.nly da to leau; his hor-- e attached to th waoii when women "Yis ll what I have told vou should he in the proleion-lorn slioit iimehi-- t aliudav, iiid the am l Irowned down upon?" the iiuans ol a any woman who mnv liotn .South inal hteomitu: lniriiienid, i.in ht sulleting, J hall be puftcllv willing lo '1 t it fi Iv tn t Imve mhciited a ol Bcn-o- 'i Church to Biid.'poit. a " fiom m Fati.ei I'mle or .1. 0 Wood, ol lime it piilih-he- d H mile-- ' Tne vehicle vva-- . ll.iivard colhue lie was eminent in tin used Up hat Col. 1' M Scoliehl, mil pi ule 1011,11 h.iid woiht a ml upially 0.11 lie-hlaek-iuitami Scrabble, Shtlby county. In- - leere.itioii". lit hu.itid on went m .uid I reiiieinl ei uiicnouh nine e.iis old I Mi-- s Lizzie Arn-- p inner, of Woodlord 1ns wav rejoicing. to ili cl Hit 1'iid- - irid aiiimaN he h ui county lelativts near this pl.ici. 1 lelt infiitiial' d wr.h imdic.ii The call lui an educational convention to killed Aj.nl ), eience, eMn tiien .uid the i.il itu.itiou Mi's.js .1 fj. Mooie and on have burne.l he held in the citv ot I'lauklmt ilirection the it niove in 18R3, up to the pu-- i nt time " omeveiv huge tobacco beds in the luM 'And did on' hi "11 oiir tludie.--. o eail week". The al'iict ol idncttion - one ol vital and hould leeeive the oaielul inlili?' Mi. loe Hatlow, of tin- - ilacs has ol the he-- t inlellu't of th. "I can haidly a when lut:aii, fi)r lean to his new home neat .Jacksonville, ,i not MMiK'inhiM wl.eu I did n.flieid medic il State. Will h is it heen aid hv the thi- - c )tint 1 ol ilmi ihe time r.. V..U I'.iiilil kiM....i.i li.t.i..... .1 ll.. J V1. I....... ...V..."... " ....V. '..V. .1 - ...n. hut J was a sltmki mi :u..l did not wei-'Mr. .John Kendnal of Cl.n villauv, Iiim oui Slate tin 'the misuaiue noeiAVe moie the lllv incomiHti'iiis calh it ,,u,rw ii.munl.--. mt i,,,l i,,.ii iitiiir4.t .,(.,. removtd to our ueighboihooil. o'c ock im the inoiainj p ii'iu-.- ' than welcome iiim b ick. teachei-- , ami the pitiful fcum ealltd public cilu iinul school land." ovirinv tanks am' never dienniii ' of the Mi-- s Lnlie Shuck, of South Fiankfnit, (light ol time It eemid.D though call-lin this been visitiinr lelative-on the sick always came who has tin aitemlaiice Bloorainston. place, ntuiutd home Monday. I (iit.iinlv utisolicitid ciniiot li. thedale when I tiist began practieiiig UI con Mr. Flunk Dune in. of this county, is moved to the Air. lack Lou,: has recently most ol mi patients weie women, ami the veiy sick with pntMimo iia, but the ihiutois (arm he puicha-e- d from Ed Wallace. E-natinal m mp ith' I lelt lor my ix ha- a fair way (or lecuveiy. think he flm in jr .ill tiie-- e have Diunimeis from Louisville aie frequently Mr. John Ilailow, of Ileniy county, aioiind, importunim; our nieichants to huv been hioaght o cloi!v in contact with them We welcome to 0111 ueighboiiiood nced-an- d and havi? le.uiudto atiticii.Ue their good?, Ao o uooil a in to our vicinity, and hope s in path ie Willi tlnii sulleiins. Attei will crown his efl'oits. Mi- -" Emma Ilavdon, Li.ie (JhuiHi the oj ening ui the Me.lic.il Colhgt siiect and cl.iiidie Sullivan have heen on a vit-'appe.it'cd beloie the lacu.'tv; pied i.im Mr .James W. B'nck, tlieciitcipiisingto-baccoageu- t totheii liieml Mif- - Katie Glunton. tortheOth Stt u t Tobacco had Hi.uioii aid received a diplo.na. piaetictd loi viai- - pievioti- - to that time Louisville, tobacco ningim: Koniitaiu T. Havilpn E-- q , for the luhW 100m hut thought it to leeeive another from 20, 16, ?io, $14, 10. H! vein ilaf ha- - heia confined to dij Ionia, which did wiihoiil auv etlort." cailmncleon his with a u Mr. .John Pallium, the new black-mit- h "Youi exptiience with the many and Umlei the K1IH11I tioiitmeui of hit- - phvMcian, at thi- - place, is doing a tli i invr busine-- s llttts, he will mjoii he oat iifatn. uious diseases of women having been so Hi' lepoit-thDr. he did one h ml red dollais' mu-- t also be v.ilirilih-(,'un vou ..ten-iv- e woilh of work in cash in the mouth 01 Mr A Thomas mid his accompli-he- d give me ome liti - i feuding themV" dauhlei Mtfi- - Minnie, with Mi-- Annie "I find thai wuiiriu 'eein-- . burn to stiller-ing- , .... h - ..('(mini - il ami tie.iitti- '....1....II 1 Mr. Jolin C. Deakin-- , of 'his vicinity, has and whtie r!i avoi U it, it is hy (til. of the Ctdar Baa iieijihotl.ood, havi ol ome care on her moved to his new home at Sweet Home, 01 owing to some put Biooiniutoii heen 011 a visit to li lend-i- n peiiai lentwim: po.ver. It is tine ome Henry county. We regiel to e o goo I a wotiun go lliHiu.'li life without unusual neighbor. Success to vou John in the div good- - business. Blooi'iiutoa tee1- - kindly towaid Ctpt.iJii tulHiinj, hut they aie none the le in of ihe Land ei-te- r for tl. tie aieciittc.il peiiods all along Slieldoii.pri-en- t Iliilpli Mr James Uulett. who has closed his upon the custom prevailing theii pathway v. Inn Hie utmost piecai:liou school Ollice.aud iEden, neui this plnce, in Fmiikl'ti Ins made an eHicient is ripnied The iumimeiahle compl'iiuts county, athas aci'i'pted a pos lion as in heietolore, t. weal.ne-sis- ; hv liht have an called kmale the ineguiaiilies ollicei, !iehouhl l'evtona, in thi.- county, at teacher oflile and ciiangtwol thesvsteui all indicate foi ty dollar0 tit month. per the penis winch hangover eveiv woman's God hlei-- thesooil women, and cpcciallv career, and waidi, unless ,itieiidid to, mav Your coiiespondeiit had the phasure of "Wluit lesiilti-a-uoii-lv.- " tin the one who uttiKil attenilimr chuich hist, Sunday, and listeninc - a wa," theie'.--a ne.iri and a li'itid tlieu'' But is tin re no wav by which these terdelivtrcd by our toaveiv able like tin- - fiom the tin-- t rible tumble- - can In avoided?' Arc. An ixpui-Hoyoung Methodist minister, Mr .J. W. toin-qih- e the injr wife is calculated The catMe ol Cnii-- t still Univcs in "That has been the ptohleiu for vents. ill his efluit 10 piovide lor those depending The habits ot life and thedrmands ol t.inhion this p'ut ol the country. upon him arecleailyat wo with the health ol women. Mr. Geoitre L. Hoihgeis, a merchant of have been, perhaps unusually successful We arcslill hot Ik red ahont lhis nice foi his thi- - place, is in the city pnicha-in- g t it for We v. ill have in; I1e.ume.11t of their troubles hut theie sheiill' stock, lie sold over eveii hundred eemed specially r and would like to tund have been main sale mxt rumiiM call one in puiicular. i yaids ol balico in the month of Fehiuai. ia with Les Colli lis Then here comes that stubborn. I all (he usual e.sptdieuts and So much for Scrabble, and it wa- - not a very ta.esnml we have no nionev. had ehau-le- d fellow after oui li out the UsiiiM weie not satislactoi . I became good time for selling calico either. If the BofND.viJour can help will heunihr iiciny ohli.iion'. woniid ovei ihe case and ic.illy did not m Mr James Duncan, of Fiankliu, happenkiio' what to do, but 111t.ll thought J ed to a very serious accident at a house MorWilliam would trv soiiiiihiug out ol the usual hue. jaisitig last Tue-daThe nottd I'lmksuiiih. in which he got his hoi-- e ris, puiiai'" tl" '"'', l'ow '"i'l'1'1" had Ik. ml a ceiiaiu icinuly jecomiiu-ndebaud badly utilised, from which he is muha- - cliure ol Blioer in Fiankliu coitutv, very highly and sol piocuied some and lcting a gieat pain. Dr. Bailey dussiMl the slion, wlicie l.e Will made a chemical analysis of it loumi it wound, and I trn&t he will be well soon. the villav'e hhtcki-millie glad to see all hi old liiendsnmi pitrons was peilcctly pine, and that the iugie dients wei- - uiiitMiallv valuulde. So began und as many new one- - a- - mav need Mr. Israel Rodges, nn old bachelor of this Ilei- - a good one and don't yon giving it lo in puiiv.Mii, changing it, however, vicinity, says he would many if ho was not 01 get it. into a hot lit! ol my ov n. To gr.nl jin ashamed to put the question. Now it it to have mi almost immediate elh ot some ol the young ladies will oulv think so, A notlirr addition to And still we move. aiida complete cine wa the lesiilt rtiuce Israel is a good chance, and is deserving of e intern I ol BIooniiiiton in the then have used it constaatlv in inv piac- - a good lady. He will niairv All old bach the ', .1.. wav of a Idackhiiiith aliop, vvhoie, we aie ::lee nun iiiih'ijhicm ...... 1..". iiul m; ui ii'iniii dots are a little backwaid, hut don't tackle iatoimed. one can get inytlnnsr bom a Uiilac'eu.enls, diopsteal them il you don't want to inairy. fi Klt.t Jews ha.po aHl..pa..chor.i.adeor.ep:..n.l HWUJJVT. IIIUJt (ii,llu i lli1 lillU a) .""ill Old uncle Jiininie Moore, who is now , and at prices ut.preccd.M.tcdlv low. Hits , hai also iidi-- il with ihe lnwt ol, uulti years old, makes a hai.d on the .cnterpri-- e will douhtlc-- s he gieatiy; appreciit .tin 11' nit inv vlntiiii Iti. eighty-tw11 i n " 'i iiv ' uiiivui ate.l by therrtiiniiig community in who-- e it ot untold value and faun, and says he can heat any ol the young leid have found men running a foot tace one hundred yards, interiftt it was inaugurated. enelll. llni'M von .nut nliii'Clion lo hiviiKT me or thiow any ol them down in a wieslle. ...... D a ... He is one of our oldest citizens and a good Well the tax gatherers have icn around Hi ...... ie naiiie of this remedv ol which vou neighbor, mid this wivks nod doubtltss found mmiev seatce, sptak?" a devoted member ot the 'hut it makes no difference, money they must Baptist chinch, never failing to attend his "None whatever. It is Warner's Safe und will have. H these Neal and Cralt KiiliK'V church meetings. und Liver Cuio." many, other frolicks. and the iimuv, veiy 'Why, that is a noprietary mediciui!" Your coircnpomlcut had the pleasuie of foolish things that :m,earried,on hy the Com- have but attending quite a lively trial al this place "Ceitamly, but what ol thai? disiensid with, the people nionvvealth wire view in the tieatmeul of my 011 last Satuiday. The case was thai of the would not have fiiieh a head ol these lax one end in , to health. Commonwealth vs SV. O. for asbody would handle patients munch thtii ami : collectois, do their own In the accomplishment of thU end J pre- saulting a minor son of Noel Deakins. The ibeState'H finances s they believe 10 he beneficial, no hy the private fun Is hi It ast one half the burden scribe whaiithe piolcssiouul consequences jury, alter listening to the argument defendant's counsel, Chas. L, Quite, and (t' the payois. In the matter what would heilirowtt county attorney, P. J. Force, for the Cominiiirn int tlio iipoolc he more caieful in the muy he." "1 notice in the .New lorn pupers that monwealth, brought in a verdict of guilty, iJcliou ol their public eervauts. Niiter. ('Doctors Hammond, Agnew and other fixing the flue at ten dollars. -- beiMtu rut, niirc, lunclic, flips :nils, ;ouIk' liitiUn, eltipininiks, G tok) 1. 1 ! r.l pioininent phv dcinns aie taking a similai stand Mis. Wmmate " "Yes und all d pMident thiiikcM in the am, how piole-to- n aie hound to do no ever, on the bel ol terms with my piohs sional hretluen as vou can ee," and the lady pioduted a heautiltil '.'old medal iiiountnl in toim of a badge which had been puseutid bei by the medical society, known n ol the . Humble Family, ol im the which "lie is n piotnineiit meiulnr. Aflei the repoitei reiui.iLed e.ati.iniiii it I -- kpis nsmitni. OrJLY and ii 1 Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST PLAIN 1 OR En-'m- clo-el- TRUTHS The Mood is the foundation of life, it cncul.ites through every .tut of the hotly, and unless it is pure and lich, good health L inipo sibli. If (licv.e hr.s enteied the system the iistiijmuliiiic'' waytodiive it o'tt is n puiiiy and cnuch the blood 'llit-- J simple factt. are well known, and the highest medical r.'ilhoulios agree that nothing but iron will ictloie the blood to its urinal condn.on ; mid also that all the von pitpm.uious lulbcrto nn ie l.n l.ea tli t edi, civ, head-reli- t, an1 a'e oil iwlec injiuious. Luovv;.' iv. Bin ins will thcr-o- n hi and quickly n'similnlc with I mmm.1 m TitK RUfv-NIN- yohk. y -- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOIt LINE - - -- al-- I . . . ve v A SOLID TRAIN 1 -- - - 1111 01-h- ip KOM I I - - - - -- LOTJI V I Li L. 33 , Cincinnati, and TO I Mi-Al- Lexington, Ky. thi-wee- l.. 1 -- d 11 - WASHINffTOBT CITY, 00NKE0T1IIQ SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOR 111 -- he -- -- Ine-ila- -- en-ral- t'icl 11 " 1 i.J-tor- piofe--sio- n i.u.s 1! c eliKeaso aom r.. , i. 1 ot the aysttm, and it will up! blrici.cii the teeth, cause headand is posi-livi- y ache ov :u. tnji nous. it, iii 1 ., .im ii) in .and Etieugllieii-ui- '' THK DIUrCT ROUTE TO I -- -- Lynchburg, DamnHo, Norfolk, bavrd 1; 1 111 Child. K. St., Hilti-o- rc, 1 1 -- I in-jai- 1 -- is, iSSci. Upini tlio uonimcni3 rtesi' I tried Biiohn's ijmi'.i Uiii.ii J03 a tonic iind re- J a li toil . fjr my d.mliti.r, v. hum 1 eb. Md. Wim-nteY- I ) weic-poci- al II ti i ji thiirpugiilv . ", U z ee I 11 tn-t- -- eon-ider.i- hh ii manulne.-tiliir,-oon-- et ! l.l! Iv tl , 1 n? loth to "win a i.lititcl .1 .a '. ntrtst i!c iTrcs.3 anjiliiiii; could but, tC. of to. Cl 0 ic, t' t prr -i !.; 11.11! an rpino, bi.ioieiiiyi'aiiph-I'! oneb )ttluori!i ovn'3 ( I'll n ht. Lij. u to merd ijJ cumniccd ..'S itli Coiisiiniption. t ilntu dTi(jlitLrs b) the .msc, uni ti tlis ciic of ij ) Tor licl.uN nnd further n for mutton njlply to ynar ncnrist tiehct-oiricJnincs or nddre-a-i C. Eriikt.ticiicr.il Wi'torn A'i nt, T,ouii'villo,Ky. C. V. SMITH. II. W. TUl.LER, (ii-n- . Gonuial Mnnngci, l'.iss. Ayt., UlCIlMOM). mmmmiMfm VlKf.!I. i 111 1 con-idei.it- i'l m I ii-- ed 1 I -- -- t J finite n.s'o tJ :o fc.rner .' ! A null d lighter begm to r .pis of (.oniiiiiption, nnd ns uini.ltcd ci t u pbjsi.i.u: ' ., 1' '.11 "Toiiics VM.ro re-- t rut v In 11 li.formul that . isn.r w. s t .1 ii.g J'hovvn's 1 lll., i li-'l- it -- , 1 -- -- l.vvu irniss, tot.t, tV.o it " Aye-. rsp')iHid "that U L Mt PiiELrs. ylLOUISVIL.E'&H SHVILfd -- RJl.Jfl 1 -- IT..I-.1.- 1 ... IMch-.......- di-.'i'- . fciiluiol-liou-e-- i. -- '' 11 1 11 .1 J 1 -- and gieatest icl.cf ,.rd hem fit lo persons suffering ir . n mrli va'tmjT ihseiats ns Kiiiney Complaints, ctc 1 'lvpii., Indigestion Wv.nl.neii. ind itndcib the 1 V,a -- iws's I nov Bin nits effectual-- 1 111? 1 1111 11 , TO THIH -- or SOUTH AM) WEST WITHOUT ClIVrCOIG IN i -0 jCT3rriv;-ri!rr2K- c q. veni-wiie- ie 1 FliAMii'OHT BflACHiNE JONKS J1K0S., ??y nium H'KOII && fc Fiiuio lJoUISVViI,Tj3S TO mi - -- J . Nash vitie, Memphis, LiUle Rook. Montgomery, -- 111 15 Proiu-ielors- u 1 1 Wnie-hou-- e, Mai .ilacturcrs of all hinds of Xcvv Wor!. lo: -l I dt-iial- Flour Filil'3, Disiilicries, Saw Mills, v 1 Scrannoh, Jaoksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. i m -- STEAM GAUGES, GRASS FiTTIKGS OF ALL ew KINDS, 1 Ala-o- ii -- at 1 SC. Fib-niai- -- t- n 11 ieu-01- 5S",'"onfincts for ol the Slitc. Noith Side, TT) Wculcinaiy pari iC-- tl -- thi-vvet- k. One door st of cnrnci Ann at.d 1 -- -- o-- -- ian'fort, I K. Kvivit i'oiil lou' riti-I'or Houtp, Itnti?. Imo. ilc, mo r V Ukvvn, Agent, Dro.idu.iy streets, I'r.nikloit, oi vviili" to April C. V aVmOKE.O P.,tT. A.. will i I WWinP TTQ LilUlunnLii lO fJ'ki"K Him I,n,'1(,3 on or this roa I ?:a Vul dan-ge- i, in-i-- vn-reon- e of drives arc .1111111 "Jljbeil of their Mtluiis, prolonged, happintss .mil iivrx-i-i-j.whealth rtstored by use ol tli urt it T. T Q)Ul! UJJiJ T"JT) 'I hoiiMiids Liiii illo, Ivy. m ''"l . I've-i- emloi-o-tnen- nssi-t-a- m GEHMAN INV160RA""0R Which stlf-ilit.s- KENDALLS . 1 via SJ s Bos-wel- l. hu-lm- nd 1 111 -- ca-esi- -- positively and permanently eures IMPO-TJjNCetci-i- s if any kliil), SEMI HAL WLAKNlSbS. md all disuoes that fnlluw a as lo s nfuii'V), is of i.iitciicy ot nnivei nl isauik, jnui in the Ine, , diu-nts- s ision, pr nntiirc ld UK'", and many olher i f liiscists th it lead to consumption and a pie'intiirc icravc. K 5" .Send- for eirculirs with testimonials tree by mill 'Ihe- Ir'VJGORATOR is .sold nt 3i pel bo, or 'ix boxes fm ?!, by ill dniKni ts, or will lit sent free li) mail, bccurel icilcd, on receipt of I'. J. Clf I'.NI.Y, il j Adanu St., price, by iddrc-sin- s Tin- - iiiiinI mn'C''S--lii- l Ix'ilifcly 1'o'edo, Oliio, Solo A;;ent fur the United btitcs. dicovcico lift it i ccrt,iiu in its cITceli and does hliftcr. KEAIJ I'KOOI' lll.l O . v eer not 1 1 JOSEPH 1- 1- oMht-trouh- v 11 v south siri;. EGBERT & SOnT and Decorative Paper JIaugin store- - will be prompt LeCOWPTE, Druggist, Saved him $.,800 N. V. Jr.n. 30, 18B2, Co., (Jntb: Ilaunfriised .1 ! of our KcndallV Sp ivin Cure viith sreit succiss, thought I vuiilil let sou k ioiv wh it it Ins done for me, I wo )c.us n ;o J hid nn speedy a eolt When ( m.i .is M.isever ui'cdin JelTeison County. hrenl.niK him, he Mi ked oer the iiobshar .ind last .nut tore inie of hi. hind Iirs all to pieces. I the hust f.irrters, hut tliey ill siul he-- was spoiled, lie had a ver) lariju tfinroueli-pii- i and I useil two bottles of jour Kcud ill's Spmn Cure, and it tool the bunch entirely olT, .uid he sold afterwards Iir$iS(i dollars). I hive used it for bone spavins mil wind j,nlU, and it has always cured completely and left the Ie;r smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I hive recommended it to a good many, and they all say it does the i.orl.. was ui Vi itherinton & Kneel mil's drujj store, in Adams, the othei iliy and saw a very hue picture piutint them, I tried to buy it but could not; they mid if 1 would wutu to sou that jiui would send me one. I wish you would, and 1 will do yuu all llie t;uod I can. Very respectfully, K. S. Lyman, 1)k. sood II di-1- Aiam, J. KrsiiAll S. 'l y, 1 House, Sign, end Ornamental Painters BST-I'lui- 1 h 1 I a speciality Orders left at Avcrill' drug attended to. 't April i6-t- l 1 111 jMu.Ic I.omlln aims fiom iSit.oo up t Dioeeli Iioutt-lit- s hii-ia- 1 111 1' 11 , - i 11 11 I o - Oiius fiom 5.00 up i Iievol-vnifrom noi'.npi KmiloKoHtampfortHpngoIUust rated Oitnlnguc. 1'ITTSISIJIUiJI riRK AllMS CO,, l'lltsburBli, To. 1 n 1 'SSGRANDCOJUBINATM.'SS Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HUMAN ITLIHSII. Vevay, Ind., Aug. lath, 1881. Co., (Jems: Simple of Please send me kpme with received, my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 lie Kendall's Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only lor animals, but for human ailments also, Mr. Jos, Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an aul.le badly; nnd knowing the value of the remedy for horsex, tried It on hluiselt, nnd It did far better than he had expected, Cured thuiiprain in very short order. Yours respectfully, C. O, Tiiiriiand, Price $i per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. All druggists have it or can get it for you, r it w ill be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, l)n. II. J. Kknoall & Lo , Enoiburgli Falls, Vt. Send for ..- -.. Frankfort Roundabout AND THE LQUISVILI.i: COURIER-JOURNAL Dr. U. J. Kknimii. & ri 1 WEEKLY 'I Dow-leu- One year for only $2 00. 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