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UW'jm VMK-L- Number 27. ff JV RULViL'EBStBUKES KENTUCKY IHVER PACKET L'"'" "I -- ..'; Afe. A ' TI1K MTEJAMEH FANNIE FREESE Will rccctvi nml forward freights to Louisville, Mndisoti, and nil points on KENTL'CKV AND OHIO RIVERS nnJ to .ill points North, East nnd West. WtLLGEVETHHOUGH HATES BILLS 0FLAOIN9 Wilt leavo Frankfort for Louisvillo ovcry Tuesday and Friday morning, at il o'clock, nnd returning lcuvo houisvillo for Frankfurt every Wednesday nnd Saturday ntternoun at 4 o'clock. For latcs and inform ition apply to LEW. CHURCH, Agent. y Uolle Point Ky. Or rair . 3 tf. V. Pons, Mtftrr. Blue-Gra- ss Nurseries. gus Plunts and Htnnll Flint! is offered thi Spring. We employ no agents, but sell direct to the plnntor. In uddilion to general catalogue wo have- issued one devoted exclusively lo Strawberries, of which we liavc it magnificent 'took. Catalogues on Address. application. - unnually ftne'stouk of Fruit and Trees, ('tape Vii.cs, Aspara- H. F. HILLENMEYER, feb 24 2in Lexington, Ky. W.' S. DHHONEY DEALUR IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, 1 NOTIONS, mill & GLASSWARE. I cordially invite MAIN STREET, Sop3 tf. you to call and exnmineniy Now und Fresh Stock of Goods, TRANKrORT, KY LANDBETH'S uAIliJjli GLTAEAOTEED ALSO TTny. H m M BULK AND PAPERS, FRESH. TICK'S FLOWER SEED, AT? f JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. ' EiiilUflM Ratarbh OVHBS Cavlty-Ohro- fill nlo EZTOKHENDED BY PHYSICIANS. and Catarrh of tho Nasal of thg Bar. Eye or Ulcerative Oatarrh INTERNALLY, and It lo taken Throat. Blood nets DIRcGTLY uporf theSystem. nnd It Mucous Surfaoes of the Blood Purifier In the Is the best WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alone. T I3!33 017L7 INTERNAL CURE FOR CATARRH THE MARKETS And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaso of Oatarrh It will not Cure. lariN E. Mcbbat. JacU&n, Mich., writes Have had Catarrh for SO years. Hall' Catarrh Cure cured "io. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. ersold by all Drueglstaat 75 ctsjwr bottle. Manufactured and RolaV F. J. CHENEY & CO. Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salo by JOS. LeGOMPTB, DRUGGIST, y South Frankfort. Oot 16-l- CHiciao, 111., June 4, lbStf. I O. Xesin. F. J. Cheney dt Co., Toledo,informing you (itntlemenil take pleasure ia Hall's Catarrh Curo. It lias that I nave usedvery bad and doa't bealtato to cured mo I was eay that it will cui a any rnso of Catarrh if taken Youra truly, properly. ' J. B. WBATHEIUrORD. WOPTn 810 A BOTTLE. WXXX CUJtlB AWX CASK. Office of A. T. Stewart & Co. ) Win. Ilartmiiri. Louisville, snyp: "I used Thousand Lear witness to the positive Switzer. curative powers of the (tient Ucimnii Invig Brown's Iron Bitters (or general debility and For sale by shattered constitution with good reMilts." orator. .See advertisement Mrs. Lizzie Hopkins is quite sick this Joseph LeCotnpte. Drutrgi-- t. week. . Parties wishing fine goods, such as diaMrs. Mnttie Jones has been quite ill for Bridgeport. monds, fine clnonograph and horse timing llss just received hie spring and summer stock of some lime. watches, solid silver, Sc, will save money by Little Maud Russell has been quite sick Mr. Joel II end, of Monterey, was in our calling on Philip Sclhcrt, the boss jeweler, tli's week. village lat week on btisine-s- . ATVD FAN.CY befoie pm chasing ekewheic, John II. Jenkins is vciy much improving Mrs. Emma Slim Iridic, of Scott county, his premises. is tiieuds in this locality Jett's Station. Horn. March, 18S3, to Mr. Riley There is more sickness in our village at and wifcf a son. Mrs. lloyce and daughter, Stella, left for till- time than was ever known before. Hiflni h U Mrs. Emily Parrcnt has been indisposed for Illinois Tuesday last. Mr. Je.'P Hockensniith nnd wife paid n a week or two. Mr. Jno. Howeii has been visiting in this visit to the family of Mr. Jeff. Jones this That other wedding, she says, will take ncigliboihood the past week. week. &C. plare about the first of April. Mr. Wm. Jctt, who has been sick for a week Mr. Will Hopkins, of Cynlhiana, is Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has live ducks from or so, is up and about all right now. his brother, G. W. Hopkins, of this Call and see him at Swigert's old which she obtained six eggs, last Tuesday. Mr. Henry Thompson has a calf a year old place. Next. standi that only weighs 37 pounds, so they say. Mis Malvina Jone, who lias been very The 1encw.1l of winter for the past several Mrs. Thomas learn and wife were out and sick for some time, we are sorry to say, is days bus very much letarded the progicss of St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Mill confined to her bed. spent the day with Mr. Jas. Hearn Sunday. farm work. Mi-- s Hilly Quiii is fixing up his fence mound Ilattie Hockensmith, of Monterey, Nov. Mrs. Classic Sargent and child, and her brother, Willie Crockett, are visiting relatives his place, and is going' to have tho boss gar- who has been visiting fiieiid- in Lexington den. for some time, w at present visiting at her in Grayson and Ilait counties Uv the c.irelcs,nens of some one passing want now is a voting precinct here grandfather Head's. All wc through the premises of Mr. Joseph I'at rent, and wc will be happy. What say you, Judge Mr. Geortre Wigainton. of Scott county, USl'AL THURSDAY AFTERNOON sr., one day last week, the broom sage was Hob. anil a member of the Social Club of this TUB at tho Kentucky Institution for fire, which soon ignited the fence, causset on Hog stealing is the prevailing passtimc in place, will statt for a vi'it to fiienJs- nl the Eilucition and Training of Feeble Minded ing a considerable loss in rails. i. in a shoit time. Children will hereafter tnkc place every Friday this part of the countiy at the present. A'k Pleasant Hill, A candy pulling at Mrs. Miriam Gaines' Marcus about it. We are sorrv to Iwar of our friend leaving iiftcruxou Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Institution is open for visitors at any time vvhun most last Friday night. Through the exertion-- of We understand Mrs. Margaret Quia want? the neighborhood but we extend to him the convenient tor them to attend. her accomplished daughter, Miss Minnie, all parting hand with hope that he may to sell her place. She is thinking of going to JOHN (. A. STEWART, Suporlntedent. went as .smoothly as a marriage bell. Our Missouri to live. reach disjoin net's end in afety, and have Oct. school. house is almost lendy to bloom. pleasant time flaring stay, und when his Will Johnson was out to Wt his Mr. Wilder Dupuy's house moving last Monday sister, Jno. Ilcain, last week. Mrs. Johnson visit shall have ended we gladly welcome Mis. him back to our ranks. was nn event long lo be lemembercd by those is also visiting Mrs. Ilearn. DR. Oxer, a wi:c:c. who had the good fortune to lie present. The only inisfoituue about the whole affair was There has been between 25 and 40 cars of Oilice the fact that evcial of the boys weie quite coal sold here since last fall. Cars run from Advertised Letters. ON ST. CLAIR STREET. sleepy that evening after the day's work was 350 to 450 bushels each. finished. OSReo Hours 7 to S A. M 12 to 1 P. M will be a very large crop of tobacco There to Fraxkfout, Ky., March 24, 1SS3, 3 P. M. put in this year around here, from the talk Asher, Wm Armstrong, Joseph Blooraington. and looks of tobacco beds. Beaty, Marv Jane Butler, EfKe S. F, Smith, M. D. M. D G. A. D. Monday Miss, Anna Quurles returned Inst Baily, Phil Dogs have been killing sheep at a lively Byrne, Mary A from u vihit of a few daya to relatives at late for the last few nights back. Mr. W. W. Collins, Cornelius O'Nan, Geo the Forks). Jett lost some 10 or 12, Mr. Wash Crutcher Cummins, Holme .lanes, Maria also Mr. Tom Jett. Upshaw, Pribc Campbell Matilda beautiful little Miss a few, Miss Mary Web-terSl'lUGGS. Cleaud, William Roberts, Ad friends of some 14 year", has been visiting Surgeons, Roberson, Susie Dickerson, Alice in the suburbs of our little town. Wigginton. Rossee, Frank Graves, Brannan Tyler, Joseph Lost. Strayed or Stolen A couple ol Grauc, James young ladies. Boy- -, don't keep them avvny Turner, 0ker Hale, Henry Moving is all the go. Oilice and residence next door to the Baptist from our town more than a week longer, il Samuels, Maria Johnson, Mollie Church, S'. Clair street. Mrs. J. N. Biidges and Mrs. Julia Pai-k- Knight, Alsey you please. Sheets, Melinda are both very sick. Wallace, Annie Man, Frank Col. D. Glauton recently made a business CROMWELL, Wiley. L D The wheat crop will be almost a failure in NichoK Charles trip to "the city" in the intetet cf his O'Neal. John L Wrk'ht, C F We are glad to this part of the county. shop at thi place. Say advertised when calling for the above Aitoniey-aMawsay lie is making a sticce-.- s ol thi.s enterpri . Mr. Win. fln.ll and family have relumed letters. J. G. Hatciiitt P. M. from Indiana and now live near our village. e We don't know that it makes any ND who Nipper id. so lie srives iir. all the "Buchupaiba." Mis Lizzie Ford Parker is quite sick, John which gives much pain to her many friends. news atlo.it in the neighborhood. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid dcuie, but the profc&Mjr claims the cigars Miss Julia Estes, of Georgetown, is visit- nev, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. i?l Will practice in tho courts of and the all the ante. . adjoin'in; counties, and will also give si'cciul this place. Druggists-ing the family of Dr. J. A, attention to the purchase nnd 'ale of real estate, Numbers of our fruit growers entertain Mr. S X. Hodges wa in our village collection of rents, olaiuis, and tho negotiation great tears as to the Mtlety of the apple crop. of loan. OUico opposite Court House. The fruit this and Inst week attending to .some profesHeralm, gentlemen, all Mife yet. Juno buds were not siillieiently swollen us to be sional business cH't'Ctcd by thisla-- t freeze. Mr. Wyatt Parker has removed to our village and now occupies his new cottage in Capt. Milton Arnold hud bi residence and furniture inMired one day this week, the west end of town. !2 INCHES HIGH, $1 65. This is as it .should be. everybody should Mr. Geoige Baldwin will begin his canJUST RECEIVED BY have tt policy of insurance in onie responsivass in a few days for Representative. If ble iiihiirauee company, on their homes and elected he would make a good one. contents. Mr. S 0. Wigginton late of Nevada City, John Rates, Esq., deserves the thanks of Missouii, has accepted a position ihe every man, woman, and child in this .secdrug stoic of John T. Wigginton in this teeming the e.stension place. tion lor hisetl'oris Oufinuitet'd Sterling Fine, $3 50. of our turnpike, and the erection of the Mr. John ITockensmith and Miss Sarah iron biidge acioss Elkhoiu. ' Xo.v let's have Riddle will lie mariied at Mount Vernon il placed at the bite selected by the com ST. CLAIR STREET, Church Sunday morning, by the Rev. .John mittee and all will be well. Burton. T. Much ienterest is felt in this community Dr. J. A. Kites, of Corinth, ha moved bouts, which uiV 'cutting" to in the two Niekle, Silver Platod with Pure Silver,;?! 25. lively at each oilier. The Cily of Frankfort into W. S. McCord's fine dwulliu.', on Main .MArJandBEOADWAY i may'do a fair thing now since she has a street, in our village. Tire Doctor comes Keeps constantly on hand rival, but our word for it rale will go up it well recommended as a physician and a she Miceeeds in crow ling the Fieeze out, gentlemen clothes, doeskins, aim new-eLet's all'sland up to tho man who ha caused Mr. Tol. Fitzgerald, late of Missouri, has styles of fancy French the reduction, S. V. Pence. 'Tin right lo bought the hnlf of Wyatt Parker's homeTriplu Pinto, Guaranteed, $1 50 Per Sot of Six, eis3imeros. Ho is prepared patronise home institutions anyway. stead of A. J. Bridgts farm and he and .1. put up in n neat ease. tea Rwa to tn.iko thorn uu on hort of X. Bridges have removed to the farm and u We aie informed that a committee gentlemen will wait upon the County Court will begin business at once. notice, and give perfect n Psj M the lirci, Sutuiday in April, and urge upon Mr John T. Wigginton spent several days garments, stylish mid t he inngistrlcr the ueecsity ol an immediate this week in Louisvillo selecting a line Jot Child1 Set, Knife, Fork, Spoon -&ifj& comfortable. mid maintain-ancfob:. Cm, uppiopi'iutiou lor the support of dry goods and groceries, which he will '"he old lady put up in his drug store, and have a general of Mi. Betsy Gravitt. In neat case, (HI cents. objects to leaving her home to go anywhere. assortment lor the benefit ot Ins many Although 107 yeaih old she can't think friends. And we don't blame ol leaving ihe home. Mr. John. T. Spencer sold one vearling her, lor there's no place like home, 110 difDEALER IX or Table Spoons filly to George ilouaker for $u- - 50 cash. how humble it may be. ference MessiH. FrniKMH and George Ilouaker and The report of the committee locating the Jas. Casidy each sold a gelding lo New Nickle, Silver Plated with Pure Silver, $2 25 per new iron bridge ncioas Elkliorn at the old York parties for one hundred and titty dolset of six. Wlllsellattho very lowest figures dam, will be hud beloie the court composed lars each. magistrates in the county on tho ol all the Writo for our price on anything you need in W. S. McCord has removed to )iis newly 1st Saturday in April next, ami will doubt-It'fS- . 1 county, tho jewelry line. To secure prieo mentioned lie concurred in by that body as it should purchased home, near Gratz, Owen be, as the location is an admirable one, af- Mr. Mc. ami ins tamiiy win ue sauiy uussei nbovC j,on d tho vrico in pi)!itllg0 gtlUnp or regC. D. D. &," fording more conveniences than that of any liv llieil lliauv incmit nvre. i iieir uniuia um istercd letter. Wo will deliver the goods marked lp the oilier ol the pioposed locations, and is en- hearlH were at all times open to lit vllinge to your address at tho express office here ; will poor mul needy. Mr. Mc. built our dowed and sanctioned by at least to a great extent.being one ofthe best business refund money it you are not pleased and return Ol course there of the people interested. KY., will be objections urged, and other impracti- jnen wc ever had, tho goods in good order. J. K. II. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) cable locution suggested, which ia always the case. Let the croakers croak, but by all Can bo found at hU office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. OX1S Dr. Casper recommends Kendall's Spavin means give us the bridge at the point named ni. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the Cure in the higheet terms, and thousands of by the committee. entire satisfaction of thoso who may ohoao to Ntl'PUR. eminent physicians do the same. See advt. Lexington, liy. patronlzo him. july w RDNYAN, o STAPLE vi-ii- Card-we- ll - KB . navi& o inn WV X? NOTIONS, vis-itin- g 1 n-3- - NOTIOK jH- Mis-our- , 11 -- 11 I I f. JAMES ELY, in Catholic Building, m A ,a , Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ FRANKFORT, KY. WM. er black-Mnit- li , difl'ei-enc- -- K-u- imm blocks 23-l- y. am m urn eh -- Solid Silver Tea Spoons 111 f, BERBERIGH, BETWEEN 111 Merolissnt Tailor, Rogers' Tea Spoons Slogers' BS't Kxiives m st lit-l- s e W. J. OHIKiST, Eogers' Porks ALL KINDS OF COAL - FOE J. C A S TrI BUSH, foui'-llit- hs FRANKFORT, W. SNYDER, I 15-l- y 4 ?M 7' ' 3Swws35St?5kvj5ii3 jSwSoS ' .??'' 'mSflf ' 'w-; , ' J '4 f . ' i eaUB'JWBK.t'.'iPWt jLWM!f HlULUU2TOwVftffraaxnR!XWBSMBHrA; jrasrwsefiKK'WW'."; issrawMM'S'W.msss WBaemsraAUJUMJiiaijjjBUJiJi'r fcV J i FRANKFORT iiorod at tho nost-oflicc- ROUNDABOUT. Vr.uikfort, Kentucky as second claw mailable mutter. ' -- ', w GEORGE A. LEWIS, ;." :t', ISilltor aa-eS- apia.Tslinli.er. MAKOJt 24. 18S3. FRANKFORT, pencil Plu:io boar in muni that the I1 mark X on your paper indicates thai the ': c ."- T time for which von have paid has expired and you are requested to call around and settle. Harden seedr in hulk at Bantu's. i - Chickens, Bant a' s geese, 1J. (loli, and oMers at Crockett, formerly of this city, died at Nevada, Mo., recently. The deceased removed with hi mother, to Mi.-sotiri, in 1855, heinjr at the lime a lad of citfht or ten years. Pr. ItiPlone 'IV, ' . l I.' L- - Jy ' i v .f v' ', Piof J.J) Pickett has rented the property, on Main street, and removed Assistant District Attorncj Geo. DuUellc his family from "Point Breeze," above the came up from Louisville Thursday and settled with Messrs. Jas. Saft'ell & Sons for the city, down to town. Dr. W. B. Kodmnn lot on which the Valley lills stand, icccntly and lamilv have removed to "Point Breeze." sold by them to the Govcrmcnt, and we nyiy Mcs?rs. J. A: J. 31. S'niVell have rented the now expect soon to see work hcun on the ucw post office building. Mr. John T. Buck- room on St. Clair street formerly occupied ley, who purchased the buildings upon the lot, by Drs. Hodman & J)uall and have removed their ofnee to it, ami will hereafter began pulling them down Thursday. m s be found there by haing biisines-wit- h Mr. John W. Kupe has resigned as day the firm. policeman and nccepted the position of South Shelby .tieet is being rapidly built keeper of the railroad bridge. No better ollicer than he hat ever worn the blue in up. Two new houses are going up there now. this city, but he has been co unfoitunnte as Let the the load connecting that stieet with pike he unpioved so that the li iiet himself so crippled up m the service the .Shelby ville can get into that pant of the of the city that a position Mtch us the one he country people , city without going a mile around. accepted is much better lor him, as he get around as lively nn he once could. There is no place in the State where the He will prove a faithful servant of the ra.il divine riirht ol kicking at an and every load company. thing is more freely exercised than in this city. If there has been nnything of a pub Mr. Sherman Fink, who lives upon tiie farm of Mr. It. K. Woodson, at the Big lic nature undertaken here in the last ten Eddy, took his little son, Freddie, aged years, that a lot of growlers did not kick about ten years, out to work with him against we don't know what it was. Tuesday morning, and about tuehe o'clock Belle Point. jhe little feljoiv left him, saying he felt cold and would go to the boiiae. Mr. Fink folMrs. Ben Johnson is visiting relatives in lowed on in a few minutes after, but upon the Millville neighborhood. arriving at home learned that his son had Mary Lenii Gaines, daughter of Judge It. not been there and htarted out to hunt for E. Gaiiie, has been til this week. him, when he discovered his hat lloutiug in Mr. Win. Coulter bus moved to Mr. X. I. a small pond by the side of the Glens Creek McDaniel's house on Wilson street. pike, a short distance from the house, and Mr. Carter Hale has been quite sick this thinking the little fellow iniht have fallen week, lie is able to go about now. in, he procured u wood hook and began Mis. J. C. Hifk, of Midway, visited Mrs. dragging the bottom of the pond, and in a Edna Grinstead, on Front street, this week. few minutes his lifeless coipse was brought Jlr. Sam. Lewis has been sick with innln-ria- l fever for some lime and is quite ill yet. to view. It is not known how he happened to fall in, as no one was near him at the Mr. J. T. Deakius has returned home from a visit to friends in the Bald Knob time. neighborhood. Mrs. Aleck Harper and family left for Depot Deviltry. Buni'-id-e Thursday morning, wheie lhe will reside in the future. Saturday evening the people who had Miss Ida Ziegler, who has been visiting gone down to the evening ttain from Lexington were highly entertained. A Capital relatives in the Flat ('reek neighborhood, Hotel waiter had gone into thelndie.V cai; a returned home Saturday. brakeman, very properly put him out; alter Mr. Istac Calvuit, who has been visiting landing on the pavement, he called the Mr Ambrose Hampton, left for his home brakeman, several iuniilting. Dinner', and a near Peak's Mill Wednesday. slugging match began. The police Mr. Robert Sauford. county assessor, has them and pulled the African, but released him in a short time. Commonwealth. moved into the house lately occupied by Mr. Geo Lewiy, on Benson avenue. The true state of case is this: The colored Mi-- .Alice Cox, after n isii of some man went into the car with a colored months to her brother Walter, at Indianapwoman, carrying an armful of bundles for olis, returned home Tuesday evening. her, and n3 60on as sjie found a seat he deMr. Ed. Roberts, oou'diiotor on the L. V posited the bundles and was going out ol N accompanied by his wile, went to Lexthe car when the brakesman came in and ington Saturday and returned Monday. demanded to know if he was going on that Mr. Jno. E. Jones is hnvin-- a largo quan train, to which the colored man teplicd that tity of BVcamoie quurteied over here, the he was not, when the caul: boy.- say, to build a slunng rink out of. "Well you get out of heie quick or J will Mi-- s Nannie Stivers went to Louisille kick you out," and gae the. man a push on the Fannie Fiee-- e Fridax, in companj which sent him out ol the cur and on to, the with Mr--- . Ciipi. Pence. They returned on the same boat. platform of the car in front. Feeling indig- Monday Mr. W. H. Lewis, our enterprising liver-manant at being treated so the colored man who is,ju-- t completing a dwelling on remonstrated, the brakesman oidered.bim Front street, will soon begin the erection of to leave, the colored man cur.-e- d him a huge liver, stable on the same lot. nud the two came to blows, when Messrs.. Join and Win, Penn nrc erecting Uftlcer Stephens arrested the colored a saw-mon Stoney Cieek, near the Harman and Ollicer Ilupe the brakeman. The vey woodlands. They will begin operations case was tried before Judge Sliced Tuesday the first of next month, Mr. Geo. Jackson, millwright, morning when the brakeman was fined iie the veteran, machinery. of Frankfort, is putting in the dollars and the colored man discharged. The brakeman then swore out a warren t Personal. against the colored man under the provoke law and ho was lined $2.50 in bqure Bohan-nnu'Mas. Roht. II. Phillips h very ill. court, Miss Lizzie Pickett is visiting friends in Slro-hridj- jc . Talk is cheap hut there is no llonr equal to J. E. M. Don't let anyhody tulk you into paying ns much for an inferior llonr as you have to pay for J. E. M. Trice $4 00 per 100 pounds. Mr. Chn. W. Safl'ell puid n flying visit There will be a breaking of mtaiounry to Lancaster this week on business. jugs at the Christian Church on Wednesday Miss Annie Monroe left Thursday morneveuimr. ing for Clarksville, Tennessee, to visit her A protracted meeting will he begun at sister. the Christian Church in this citv the latter Mis- - Louia Mattern, who has been visit ing relatives in Louisville the past two part of next mouth. weeks, will leturn home Momlny. Mr. John T. Buckley has purchased of Mrs. J. W. McEwnnand Mrs. J. C. Risk, Mr. .lames Safl'ell. fr., the old Valley Mills of Midway came down Thursday morning tu visit friends and relatives in this city. building lot five hundred dollars. Mrs Judge Thos. H. Hints and children Mile' Crystal Flour is cold at $3 75pe r returned Thursday afternoon liom an ex100 pound, and is guaranteed as good mi tended visit to relatives in Bowling Green. any patent flour sold in the market, except Mrs. H. A. 3f. Henderson has been visiting friends in this city, this week, on her the .I.E. M. way lo.leisoy City, New Jersey, where her Verilv it is easier for a Councilman to husband has accepted a call to take charge climb a greased pole head downward than of a church. Mrs. Jos. B. Lewis was called to Verm satisfy the average citizen of this unforsailles Monday to attend the bedside of her tunnte city. mother, who' is very ill. Her brother-in-law- , 3Ir Randolph Railey, is also lying at The Presbyterian Chinch in this city, a! the point ol death in that place. il.e meeting on Friday night, called Rev. J 'i. Hunter, of Georgetown, to become p.uitor Thousands are being cmed of Catarrh of their Church. even iarwith Hall's Catarrh Cine that thedoctois bad given up and said could not by Mr. A. C. Keenon, who has been very ill be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold LeCompte, Druggist, South Side. for sometime at his residence near this citv, n gradually growing worn and bis death at rsr . I any jime would not be a urpri-.- u to his family. Louisville, on Friday, March loth, ti Mr. Jo-ep- h TO LOYERS OK EGOHOMY! twfanKM.jnu.'j jaawricvwrfw.k vjiaBun The Arcad e uoe -- M rnce rioyse v AT- HARRIS & HERMANN'S Arc Offering the Balance of their Stock of MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S At prices ess than cost of niaunfacinn in : order to make room for early spring purchases also in our DRY GOODS BBFARTMEIfT, Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE 33S o it Iii Oseiir Fnrnu-- iiinl wife, a son. 17 R SS IS A ST SAKE X. A TJ S7 D K, "V , J. O. MAUK&, AOl'.NT llnmlmrg-Amcricni- i FOIt THK Mail MAIL LINE Line COS. 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. ALLEN HOYAL 5TEUISIIP Tickets to nml from Europe tit lowest rate1. ALSO DEALIX IN per-on- HIHERAL WATEKS, GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Ordi-rleft at lircvrciy Office will bo promptly tttenuod to. Mureli f. AFTER THE" FIRE! mnr.ai!iaKCTaga HAERIS &HERMANN. &C FURNITURE, TO I would respectfully inform Uic citi7ens of 1'iankfort that I have removed my stock of . , TIIE WAREHOUSE ON T1I3 & cm-no1- SSS"S5 OF MILLVILLE MILLS SOtraH office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines NcM door to the OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILSiNG, FRANKFORT, KY. G-reatl-y MA31sT STK.X5ST, Shin Stun', Iknn, Shollod Oats, and Corn always nn hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. All kind? ot grain oougut and sola. New Goods constantly received. Reduced Prices, w 1 Co., where I am selling the old stock at Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. SEED OAITS t JLwL CaL JL Lf cy oSSm JL XeL -- AT In all its branches a specialty. May Y" 20-l- Orders promptly attended to. ? Wholesale and Retail. IAS. Ai. U-A.- R. ROGERS. iohss, Fuis Clocks, Efig?&?ing ,w MVfiPV SAMUEL AYEES, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY,, "VttlttmO) and LEE & CO., PROPRIETORS. ) T KAflPflin Sale Stable. Sq.-va.are- WATOHMAKEB, Successor to 1). F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continue the. watch repairing business nt the old stand, liy promptness nnd careful work he hopes to merit' tho patronage of those who desire to have their watches repaired without damage being dono them. Surveyors' repaired nnd other instruments requiring deltuate mid accurate adjustment. com-iae-- Clintcaa Street, ajTcrtlieast Corner, papital Hacks and Furniture Mauling a specialty. on short notice. . Hauling of all kinds done Oidcrs by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y es ". CLOTHM! Mm CLOTHING! feep-nrat- In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure in expressing my cntlro confidence in Mr. S. Ay res. mid from my long acquaintance with him as a ivoikumti, do not hesitato to commend hi in as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former natrons. B. F. MEEK. Sopt.80-t- f STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES Dr. O. B. Office GHXm-T- . WHITE HALL! Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. , n Main Street, Near St. Ckiir, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. -, Handsome $30 00 suits for Handsome 25 00 suits for Handsome 20 00 suits for Handsome 10 00 suits for Handsome 12 00 suits for - $25 00. 20 00. 16 00. 12 00. 8 00. OVERCOATS! tU VM H OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! frtt fiP i5fi & t-- B swmv Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. I Sons h. i iiM ju .xsrn i..- - CBT7TQHEB. AND .J hl.-- -l L- 1 F ii dc4 l1 xvnuo-niurii- ill "' mtn umnu:'""' ju Ufiuiia, xiiiuuu, IV! 'i'JjIrty-iilxs'eHri.'iimcli- 7? A 1,rt i ITiJ4a1 Wo continuo to nctaHHolteitorafor irilcrtH, caveatu, r. Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. STARKS, Cntn uopj-na- e,nil i f REMOVAL! ",'i'i''r ;i. i ,hl1 i j'a itvt,iui . I NEW PLANING MILL. it W f K) No s ffcavjo for oamiuatlon oi'modelB or clra.v-iu.'Advico bvinnil ireo. Patau hi obtntuccl tlirnngh nn nro noticod in L'i') HCiK-vriFlA3IKHICAV, which liaa a:) Lirgut circulation, rnd iw tho ninut iullu-c.'iKuwnuntxu ol'lulriml puhliBlicdiutho Tho lid vnutiigcHot'BUcli a notice cvorj 'ito:iteo uudorfitandH. " U'iiinlprgo nnd Hplendldlvilluelratetl al WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having rooently added to bis Establishment First-Cln- ss Having removed my wntch and olook repair shop to my rcsidonon in South Frankfort, I am propaired to execute Work nn short notice. Orders left with Mr. Will Maoklin, ut tho coal ollioe, corner of St. Clair nnd Wnpping streets, will receive prompt attention. Deo. GEO. W.OA YLE. f IC-t- Pinning Mill, Is uow prepared to furnish all kinds of Sftsli, Doors, Blinds, Franss, Molding ALSO j 1 ft. Jianta bought Early ltoso and "White Star" potatoes in Michigan this year, therefore you can rely upon getting pure seed. Cynthiana. very ill with pneumonia. Mr. D. S. McFnrlatid, of Lexington, was in the city Thursday. is Mr. TIjos. B. Abbott dealers. Address, Llunu mka, and othor dopartinouta of industrial pr.;uh:hod In auy country, Slngla coptoH by mail, 10 ccntH. Sold by all news- tn iicleneo, mcclir.nifH, inventions, ongiuooiing iHadnilttod to ho tho best paper dovotod pr'n'rti, COAL! COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- & Turning & Co,, publishers of Scion titiu American, 2CI Jlroaaway, New York. Uuudbook about patents mailed froe. . nnd for sale at Lowest Prices by LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Gotten out In the Dost Style. f. N.' ."'. .. I'!.- :!? V. at KBSSSSB Tx V ;"v" .'t'. "1 8. V T1pr 3 jajwi'gJBUiJW i ww.JWfj'iA.'jiwaiiLLaMiJiMini'Hmiiu.wi ,uimjMunr.BJi.j.,jisEAn.u'i hum FRANKFORT FttANKFOItT, ROUNDABOUT, MAItCIJ 21. 18o3. Fresh lidi at L. It. Oliver's to-da- 10 pounds of onll'tc A: A pillar lor one dol- The Citv Council lins been revising the Afic'or's hook this week. Philip Selhcrt, the boss jeweler, St. Clair stieet, near Itiondway. lar nt Day flnfFV TO TRAVELERS." Commencing Monday, October 16, flic follow itiR time talite will be in effect on the I.. &. N. K. R. for this point. TRAINS JJOIITH. Announcement. FOR SHBRIFF. Wo nro authorized to nniioutico 0. E. COLLINS i .1 candid to for Plioriff of Frunklln county, subject to the notion of tho Democratic pnrly to nnnounco IiCSLTR Wc nro aiifliorifd COLLINS a candidate for alieriff, subject to Democratic notion. ,. CAPITAL H. a. No, ART r, MA-TTJSRlS- GALLERY! Prop'r, While Uall Clothing House, Lcnve Louisville. No. t8 No. 20 No. 22 No. 24 . FrinUfort. 10.27 A. M Leave Arrivr at I.cungton. Ky., pays: "I havi' found Brown's Iron Bitteia a very valfor il.VHpi'p'ia." uable Just received .1 lai(:c invoice of solid silver, sterling, fine nt Philip Sclheit's, the jeweler. BenPni-- , Home John Iiiilitm. I.oiiiville, m Alain Si., Over Crulclicr & Slnrks' INDUCEMENTS . . . 7 oo A. M. 7:20 r. m. 3:35 ' m. 5:15 r. M. ' "'S I". SM8 r. v. 7 05 r. nrr. at FrankfortSo p. 9:55 ' ir.v A. M. M. M. m, FRANKFOET, KENTXTOS7. SPECIAL ARE OFFERED IN THK WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. 4 TIIAIN8 SOt.TII. Frankfort. Lexington. 8iI4 A. M. lo !i A. M. f.n, A. U. No. 17 . No. aj leaves Frankfort 600 A. M.arr. Lot.t,:io A. M. P. "t. . No. 10 . 4'.' P. t. 300 p. t. 5 15 r. m. No. 21 . . . 2:27 p. :i. t:to p. t. Train No. a: makes connection for Cincinnati, there at 7:13. p. m. Train No. 23 mikes coiv ncction for Cincinna i, arriving there it lasts, p. m. No. 24 m k s connection from Cim imiili, there at 300, p. m., arris ins at Frankfort at 8:30, P m H. P. IUiVAN, Ajrcnt. 6:-- Lfave L avc Arrive it Louisville. Balwin, .leinietin, Wititi, I mn a cnndid.ito for tho ofilcc of Sheriff of Beauty, linnet, and X. Y. Pepper Frnnhlln County sttlijcut to tho notion of tho apples at J. M". Bantu's Dcmosrntic party, cithir hy primary election or to-da- UKBrciKiuntiiiieinuitioin "Crown Jewel" patent flour at Dux & Wo arc luthorlzcd to cnnoiincd KUAN O'fl. TltBMKIlBasn e.mdlditn forPhcriof Ftiinkl n county, nuhjtct to tho action of the Dcmoer.iti" A new pump unshed) placed in t lie well at ihe coiner of Slielhy and Second Pit eel", pnrtv. We nrc nutliorii'il to nnnnuncc JOHN W and now (he leMelents of that part of the (lAIN'I.rfn cimdidatc for Sheilff nf Fi.inklln South Side are happy. a We are indebted to Mr. Joe A. Black, foimcih of tlii city, for lale files of Cimol'-lon- , Mo., papers. convention, nhoiild any ha IipM. MASOM II. LUCAS. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. W m vm C syra?T-'.7T-.tT,T;H7,y- W ify hn 1 j. count.i, subject to tho notion of the Dcmocrntic I Han's. Councilman K. K. McClme lias villi- drawn hia leflijrnntion. h Wo .irrnuthntired to anncunce'A. O. RRAW-XF.o Mr. Chas. Xon'ood, of the uiulit lorce. ii .1 caiidlilito for ltonraontattvo of Walennelon seed, -- ix elioV-- vnrietiu in has heen nppointed day polieiman to fill Frunklm rounty, culijet I to the will of tho peobulk, at J. M. Bantu's. tin' vacancv oecasione'd hy the lesijrnalion ple at tho Augu-- t election, ISS1). Wo an atittiori7"d to .announce IRA JULIAN of Mr. John W. Rupc. r A telephone ha- - lieen put in the Yeoman nt .a cnndiilnto for Ripn tentative of Franklin Office. It - tfo. 10. Fon Sam:. Dtsitublu residence on Holmes county in tho iot subject to the street. For iiit'ormation apply to Mrs. C. action ut the Democratic party. Tiy the Old Ciow and Daniel Boon cigars A. Prentiss, on the pjemi-i.- -. at L. B. Oliver'!.. FOR REGISTER. Try Rlanion A; Wat-on- 's "Ciowt. Jew.-lLouisville telephone line will teaeli Wc are authorised to unnounoa NAT. P. PORThe patent Hour at Diy ic Hair-- . TER, of tloodfoid county, former traveling time next u(.k. .thia city rame forthp old rranlv,iniu Printing ComPayne A: Berry, Insurance Agents, offer .ij;pnt Tlios. Crittenden's tiial has hecn ac for pany and thoVemu in Oflicc, ns a candid, itc for the 11th of A. :il in the Jefferson circuit 'pecial inducements on all clashes of farm Register of tho Lmd Oiricc, subject to tho action piopi'riv. The companies ixpresenled bv of tho Democratic purtv. court. them aie among the largest and oldest in Mr. Willie Wiight is running L. B. Olivo's the world, and their rale-- as cheap as the vegetable wagon, he has evei ything in season. cheapest. Policiis wiitten fiom one to five & f yeais, and the imprest- - ol their p.itiO'H Rev. Dr. Rutherford, of Paris, will preach protected always, us they mipirvie the adnt the Presbytdian Church Fot irotnpt justment of all morning and evening. thev tefer to Dr. W. II. Hall, M. Wakelield, E Power, Giotge B11I11, The warm sun of Sunday bioujiht out U Elder George Darsie lian received a peti- pnrty. tion numerott-deipieil hy our citizens him to deliver his Uctuie, "The Man of .Simp," in this city. y PrWTJgJJILJ FOR Itni'llCSBXTATIVK. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, .1 TAKE this method of informing the My stook of iblic that from this day I deviations. iking no exceptions or E, o STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- &C. y v is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Eoofing, Guttering, and Kepairing 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, JOHM T. BUGKLET, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. s TTINGS. IlilSiR! first-clas- s El 111 37 iS9 Em-1"- ! AfS KKa. Kh lo-s- e., pav-metit- of f 1 HHC lo-s- es the snakes. good sized one in his yaul. Mr. Oeoige Llnliniau killed a and many others. For latts, itc., apply at their office on St. Clair street, opposite Old Mansion House Block, Fiankfoit, Ivy. Fresh lettuce and greens at Bantu's. 4t. Ja. Notice to Contractors! Post Office Department, Washington, D. C, March 1st, 1SS3. 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 stock of Horse owners can not affoid to overlook Skinny Men. the wonderful success of Kendall's Spavin "Wells' Health Itencwer" restore he'ilth Cure. and vior, cans Dyspepsia, Impotence, Mr. Alcw G. Brawner i announced in an- Sexal delnlitv. $1. other column as a candidate to leprescnt this county in the next Legislature. With front and Lizzie Walcutt back yard. Apply to Mrs. or Logan McKce. GOLD AND SILVER WATGHES, Watch-chainfJck-chain- Small Housi: Fou Rust, Horse a ed Jack s, s, Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, until 3 p. m. of April 21st, 18S3, And other articles usually found in a first class jewelry store. Repairing for carrying the mails of the United neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. Charms, - being Kuster, vill be obt-erve- ' with uppropriiiteceiemoniesiU the Epitcopal States upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and departure specified by the Depart- Dec. 12-t- T. J. SHEPARD. and Catholic Chuiclus. Lexington geiitlemannpiid a voung lady the lattei of this city will mniry, it "is patt of April or eatly in May. A - The best anil largest absortment of clocks at Phillip Selbert's. Mr. Colon M. Jones, ol this comity owns n ewe that a few duvs since dropped a lamb weighing edxleen pounds. Ca r ds nh:a.ti..-v ment, in the State of Kentucky from July 1st, 1883, to June 36th, 1SS4. Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant castas NEW YEAR R. K. McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of (fessiW h The Democratic County Committee have fixe.l the 14th of April as the day for ,hold-iiithe primary election to iiomiunle n candidate for lierilJ. executed sLuJui Vao V VasJ Wis' ssr Vsasa Na g t' Postmaster General. Mr. Peter Sower has soid his stock of to and leased his slore-iooMessrs. Jas. Sower and Iluuy Abler, and will take a trip to Germany fot his health. T. O. KOWB, March, i-- Such as Inkstands, Papetries, CIGAR CASES, Postmaster General. AT THIS OFFICE Mr. open J. M. Gregory, of Louisville, will America Ahead! I, ODER CASES. t a photograph gallery in the room formerly occupied by Mr. J. B. Heffner, on Main stieet, about the first of Apiil. TflE NEWSPAPER! ABLE, NEWSV, GOOD AND CHEAP. Mi. Ellen Major L. Yj South noon, after a llarvie, winter ol Mr. J. S. and Ifarvie, died at the familv Frankfort, on Monday alter Tho Kditoi), shoit illness, of pnralysis, Finest stock of gold and nlver watches, jewehy, fine solid silver, and silver plated vaie ever exhibited in the city before at Philip Selbeit's. Fon Rknt. A house with three rooms and kitchen, in South Frankfort, 011 Logan street, near Second. There is a good garden, water and cow stable on the premises Apply to John Ilalmlmber. o , Sealed propositi will bo received bv thn undesigned until tho third Saturday in March, 18S'I, for tho construction of foundations, ts The Court of Claims will meet early next nnd approaches for a bridgo over Miitn Klkhorn, 011 tho Ouenton road. Pluns nnd month, and the improvement of the road sprcilloations by D. M. U'oodson, 0. U., can bo running from tlie Louisville pike to the south seen ut Uuhr's Hotel. Tho committee resorovo tho right to rejcot any or all bids. end of Shelby street should not be forgotten. 1 50. DR. VM. MOHUIS, Any ono sending four yearly subscribers and It I as become a necessity to farmers and S. M.TINSLEY, fit) will be ontltlod to an extra copy of the marketers having business in the extreme $0 JAMES CAHH. ono yoar free to any Weekly Courier-JournJN0. W. BATES, portion of the South Side. It is but a short address. Address D. M. W00DS0AT, W. N. HALDEMAN, distance and will not require a very large COMNITTBB, Preiidont Courier-JournCo., Louisville, Ivy. appropriation. mar, nbut-monal al 3-- td (Hkmiv WATinitso, circulation and reputation tho lltjHMenUilivc XiieijHtjirr of tho South. Ah a reliitjlo and vnluuhlo nenspnpor, It has no superior in this country or in the world, It make a earnest, vigorous war nn tho Protective Tnrltf Rohhory and Mormon Poly g amy, two evils th.it hliglit thu proipority and morality of the United States, It is able, bright and nowy, contains thu strongest cilitorinU, tho most complete luuninary of tho news of the world, tho boit (olographic) and gomrul correspondence, full turf and stock reportc, tunrkit report?, fashion reports. Taluiago'd sermons, splendid original serial stories and novelties, pootiy, department for children, answers etc, otc. j iu a word, cvorj thing to make it a dolignt to tho family, tho "mechanic, and tho laborer. Specimen copies and full descriptivo promium circulars will bo sunt fiuo of charge to any one on application. Subscription terms, postage froe, arc for Dally, $12; Sunday, $J; Weekly, Courier-Journal, im U by wi-Jii- ! "WRITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &e. FOR SALE tu.ilMi i ' t,- BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. 1SK FOR IT! BUT ITl! TRY XTIU Al! The Popular Journals, SUCH A.S Nolice to Contractors. CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY,. Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books tho Whole Year: spt33-t- f 'ScSU U- - Bm fibzmz a Mr. Jas li. Smith sold a roan mare to LOST Mr. Loony Claxoti for 610 cash; Mr. E. M. Brum well' boiiiiht n cow Irom Smith lor $10 cash and sold her the next day to Mr. Tom A Faio lVor.se Than Abduction. 'Rough on Rats." Clnxon for 00 cash; Mr. las. Plummet' Clears out rals, mice, ronchec, flies, nnt, bought a cow from Mr. 13. M. Bramwcll How Parents, by a Lack of Preskunks, chipmunks, koiiIkth. for 00, on time. caution and Care, are Re25c. Druggists Married. At the residence of the bride's sponsible for the Death lather. March 1st, Mr. .John B. Roberts BurwuiK. Ky., March 19, 1S83. to Their ChilMiss America Haydon. Attendants and Editor of the Roundabout: Mr. Wm. Chuion and- Mis Sarah Cluxon. dren. You would not look for tnc here, hut Mr Amett Conwav and Miss NolieStcvenp. Frankfort is well represented .it this place. Alter the ceremon the bridal party and (Camden, Mc , Herald)' Messrs. Alex Harper, Hen Brown, vited gue-t- s partook ol an elegant supper, The moral and legal responsibility ol Ned Burgit, Ben Wright, .Mine which had been piepared lor the occasion. parents, it; the care ol their children, is, Win is, C K. mid fieorce Drnne, imd lust. C. T. fortunately, attiacting the serious attention though not lcat, Old Charley are here, and we also have loeal option. A. B.Trclyn, Louisvihe. Ky., says: "I ol the better portion of the entile country. Mes-- i Hen Hiowu and Wtii, Cooper Biowii'-Iro- n Bitters for ncrvoiMiiess, The many instances ol child beating, have heen (niching a lot ol line salmon, ami it has uiveii me entire and immediate oppression, and other forms of crueltx which have come to light, demand that weighing from five to eightceifpoundseuch. relief." something be done; and it is giatilying to I tell you they are pretty. Thev caught know that the people are becoming Adsertiscment. near eighty pounds last week, and arc at it thoroughly aroused. Whether the cruelty Ei.mvii.u: Ky., March 122(1, ISS3. again. In in tlie lorm of phy-icviolence or physThe country is not near so wild here as I Editor Iiounduliout: ical neglect matters not the ptinciple in A pre-- s of business in tliH, the lni-- y th in expected to see. The hills are no wore for limners preparing tor tobacco both cases in the same. The man or tho-- e a dun l our old cilv, and the people are seat-oto growing, Arc, and a disinclination to bandy women who neglects his or her own health kind u I ever met with, and all as a notorious and worth-les- s limy be paidoued, as the consequences want one to do well when he comes to live epithets with fall upon the individual alone; but '.he uhiiiacter a A. M. b'obols, have among them. m noiii'in ' the lale. libelou. am! parent 01 guuidiau who permits the inroads There are some very interesting natural curio.iities here. Among them is u pet ri lied tiiiiliciou-- ' communication published by ol disease upon the innocent ones dependent Uohert-- , in ol .Match n upon li in for protection, is criminally liable our euiike, twentwjne leet lout:, its head heina eighteen incite-- ! long and eight inches wide. sooner. Feeling that the geneinl public in the sight ol God, however he may appear wrote Col. E. C. Went about it. but have can have no intenst in any contioery in the eyes ol men. There are, however, shall paient- - that intend to care lor heir children, llobert- - and not heard from li'm. h h the ino'-- t perleei between orthe nigenov You not indict any lengthy upou-- e upon them but who through carele-sties- s thing of the Kind have ever seen. can find stones hoc in almost every imtig or occupy much ol mir space in replving ot other duties, permit thou to become the Such parents itiablc shape, which heat art all liollow. ton communivatiou the lal-- i and duly innocent victims of I have bee, up both lorka ol the Cumber. malignity ol winch is equaled onlj by the may he guiltless of intentional wrong, but land to the Snoals, and when the river gets vicioic, iiutnlleii lieait ai.d conscienceless the disastrous results upon their childien Kvov .ford, "enteucc are just as great. lower I will make another trig and gather soul of its niiihor. These aie truths which must be manifest to biing home and line, of the cotiiinuiiicutiou by this some ol the prettiest stone in a heartle.s and soulless brute - lal-- e in con- to every worthy parent and with nie. All the liovs locik for votir paper wiln ception and utterance, and no respectable vicinity where the unkind etlects ol the ami man will endorse him wheie he in known. 1 atmosphere, the water and the general tengrefit anxiety and all send their the public not to take my word alone dency to miliaria are so great. There are best ibes for its forthetiuih of this merited denunciation many families in this locality who have Send me the KoUNDAlioi'T. ol a worthless, irresponsible, malicious, been called upon to mourn untimely A? overborn well wisher, and odiou-"- , outlaw and repudiate, but even when the great e?i caie was exercised; C. C4. S. refer them to the eiibjoined certificates of bat the e.speriencc of one only will be well known, uptight, and lcspotisihlc and givtn: It is that of the late W. O Thomas. Bald Knob. honorable gentlemen, whouiv cog.dzantol The children were all most promising, but all the laets and cncumtuucct Upon their for some unexplained reason their health Mr. Willie Hall, of Harper's Ferry, Henry testimone., J ust m ease. Cravina the and strength seemed to graduallv lessen county, UMted friends in this neighborhood paulon ol the public lor again calling their until their fiiends (eared they were the Saturday and .Sunday. attention to such an inhuman at.d unnatu- victims of consumption. One by one, thev ral w letch, and youis, Mr. IMilor, lor ask- sickened and died until three had departed Died. On the 17th of March, 1SS3, Mrs. for Margaret Moore, in the 7St!i year of her age. ing spaceused bibis leply through the same and two of the surviving brothers were also the author ol the charges, taken ill. Their names were Heimon and channel She left many datives and friends to mourn i am lespectlully oiirs, Arc,. Edward. II onion, however, seemed the her loss. J. K. Hi:uit!CK. stronger of the two: and, while his younger Mr. Jack Clark, of Bark Branch, has biother was confined to the houscconstautly, Euivti.u:, Ky., March 22d, 1883. his brother's faim near Bald Knob. and to his bed much of the time. Heimon This is to ceitify that I lived in a quarter was able to be about but in so weak a conMcsrs. Flem. Mahoney and Harvy Grubbs of a mile ot John K. Ilediiclt in '81 and dition that he had no desire to play. have burned and sowed a tobacco plant bed know the statement made by A. M. Robots Eddie's symptoms were terrible! He lound One more in his communication from Minorsville to 2CO feet long by fifteen feet wide. clinically in retaining food upon his stomach, will furni&h them all th plants they will be utterly and wholly false nnd.wiihout the was restless and irritable, and out of his need. slightest element ol ttutli in regaid to head frequently. At various times different Messrs. J. I,. Gieenwell & Son seem to be Ilediiclt diiving his wile oil' Irom In? home physicians visited him; and each one told busy putting up new plows and doing repair at thv time ol their separation. On the his friends he could not live. He finally contrary 1 know she left at her own olition got so low that death was only considered work generally. and in daytime. 1 neer heard ol his a matter of a lew days. At that critical Some thief, on Fiiday night the 16th, stole mistreating her until 1 saw Uoberls' state- time bis elder brothers, aroused nlniost to a lot of potatoes fiom an old negro by the ments in the Roundabout. She lelt him the the pitcirof desperation by the three deaths name of Preston Adams and also a stand of last ol June, R81; said Hednck mairied the that had so recently occurred, and the other bees from Mr. Jesse Smith. Sth ol May, 'ol. one blaring them in the face, resolved to J. X. BniuoL's. take the ca.--e into their own hands. They We see the writer from Scrabble, Shelby accordingly did so, and secured a remedy county, pass wifli his market wagon, gatherLoiYlLLK, KY., March 22(1, 1SS3. and ing up news. That's right, old boy, go at it I endotse and cor:oberateeery woid con- that wos then being universally in enintM, but a wngon would stiit tained in the above ceitilicaie ol .1. X. begun giving it to him. Its effect at fir- -t was you better. Bridges, and know his statement to be slight, but any improvement vvnseoiisideied Gl'tss. literal! true in every respect. 1 lived at a good symptom. By degrees his strength the time, and live now, near Elmville, one returned; he was able to eat with a el Truesville, Owen County. and a hall miles tiom lied rick's lesidencc ish, then walk about the house; and finallv he regained complete health and strength. and am cognizant ol tdl the facts, The boy was so rejoiced over his recovery What would we do without the little J. M. lu:Ki:it. that, accompaniid by the editor of thiu paROUNPAIKH'T? Ei.mvim.i:, Ky.. March 22, iSSIJ. per, he went before Justice Charles K. MilMr. Lutt Curry lias removed to hi place In regaid to A. M. Hoberts' statement, ler and made oath to the facts o hissick-nesin Franklin county. as above related, and that he was reclaiming to hae Icamd .1. K. Hediick money to marry on, in his communication stored to perfect health by the use ol WarThere aie now five cns.es of whooping dated' February 120, at Minorsville, Scott ner's Safe Kidney and Liter Cure. Now cough in this vicinity. county, and published in the Rouxiuuol'T Ed"ard Thomas' parents, while they lived, 1 suite that said charge is undoubtedly, provided faithfully tor the Mr. Ezra Webster sold to Mr. Church March 3, JSfcu, lalse in even word, later and sentence. On wants of all their children, and yet th.seeds hiti sorrel hotse lor $IUJ cash. know that A M. Roberts of disease had taken deep root. Their care the contrary " ' Born. To Mr Sam .lohnsrtri ami wife, a owedsaid IJedncK He dunned said Roberts in one direction had been counteracted bv (laughter weight 14V pounds in my presence on Friday, 0th ol May, 1883, unknown carele. ness in another. Their Mf. Brack EU, who was injured by Mr. lor what Robots owed him; Robertu paid love was sincere, but wholly misdirected o and They should haye known that childien aie part ol the claim in m E. 0. Sheik's team, is some better. lledrick gave me an order to said A. M. just as liable to kidney and liver diseases as Mis-- e Emma and Mollie Power nie the Robots tor S'3 ;")0 cents lor money I loaned grown up people; and that the fatality ol s guests of Mamie D White this week. him on the seventh day ol Max, 1881. Bright's disease of the kidneys is jint as Ilediiclt married on the Sih of May, 1881. great am little children as with ndnlls Married. At this place, on Sumlav the ! was witn Hulnck iiom the tiih until af- Thin is a )tig serious subject Hereditary traits: 11th int Mr. Ike Smith and MUs Mnrv presented the the after consequence!) of measles and scarter he ii(,iuied on the bth. Kenlro. order to said A. M. Robul- - on the Uth and let (ever, diphtheria nud the passing troubles Miss Louisa Smith ha the whooping he accepted and utterwardn paid it out ol which soeasilv become chronic all demand cough very badly, and i hiiflering a gmit the debt he owed said lledrick, when he thegtcatest care and caution. No case of inanied. Given under my hand Match '22, cholera- - infantum, measles, scr.rletina, or deal lioin it. Si'i:ncj:u O. WiuciiNToN. diphtheria was ever virulent while the child's 183. The party given at Mr. Orlando Clnxon's kidneys and liver were healthy. It would was lamely intended and greatly enjoyed by Walnut (iitovi:, 0i:n Co., Ky., simply be an impossibility. These imporMarch 21, 18S3. the young people. tant organs of the body nrejust forming This is tocertily that I went. to see Katie within the child and growing with its growth; The pretty weather of last week gave Mr. West, late wile ol John K, lledrick. at her and they can ho trained to strength and Jas. E. Caldwell a seveie attack of Spring home, and at the icucsi otsiud Hediick health as readily as the little mind can be lever, but jie is improving slowly now. showed her the uilicle ol A M. Robots in trained to truth and uprightness. The importance of carefully watching the Mr. Scott McQueen, while engaged in the RouNDAiiot'T dated at Minorsville February 0, s83. She authorized me to say that slightest troubles of the child, and ep chilclearing up n piece of ground, cut down tree, which lell on his leg and came near the ehaige o being driven oil', either in the ly thoc un"c,ctitig the kidneys and liver, killing him. lie was improving at last ac- night or daytime, was utterly lalse; that she cannot be too strongly emphasized. Chillell in diivtitne and ull .statements to the dren respond so readily to the proper remecounts. contrary by whomsoever made are false. dies and arc so sensitive to disease, that it Mr. Alley Karsner sold his tobacco crop This given under my hand March 21, 1883. is a sin to deprive them of one at the risk ( f to Messrs. Formau & Head tor ten and CitAiti.ns It. TACKKTr, Jit. incurring the other. By a judicious treattwelve dollars and Mr. Lee Cardwell sold ment these essential organs can be developed Ei.mvii.li:, Ky., March 22, 188?. crop to Mr. E. M. Brannvell for nine his so that a strong constitution, able to resist This is tocertily that I live in four bundled and four dollars. tTirough coming years, yards ol John K. Hednck, mid did in the the iirrottds of disease Mr. Chnrlc Stevens, while burning a toshall be the result. lived by him when he married year 1881. bacco bed a few days since, had his cloth- and during the lime he lived with his wile, For man it has no equal; for beasts it is ing to take lire and came near being seri- and to my personal knowledge know that it What? Kendall's Spavin not excelled. ously burned, but was saved by a bucket of was by a mutual agieonent that he and Cure. water being thrown upon iiiiniu time. his wife sejaated. All statements tna As the City Council came to a dead lock We regret to announce the death of Mr. charging said lledrick with diiving his wile Win, Smitl.er, which took place on the 25th from his home, either at night or in day- and failed to conclude the trade for the old of February. The remains were interred in time are false in letter and spirit. , 1 know Crittenden property, Mr. A. II. McClure the hurrying ground at Mr, Geo W. True's, that she left her home in daytime and of the funeral being largely attended. He her own volition. The charge of A. M. purchased the house and lot, on Saturday, leaves a wife and a child five months old to Roberts is false in every word and sylable, for five thousand five hundred dollars the C, M. Hall. mourn ;hie loss. same price at which it was offered the city. RFM IfS&s 'I'm w 1 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, THE CHILI). tddrazr-.r-ci- ; Ctttk. U i SKSCI Cbph WASHINGTON. d is ron. 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'.Jjjr rtCJ . ld t $1 free by mail. I'be INVIGORATOR N LUD jBr nerbo.,or si. boxes for $5, bj all druggists, or will i?2aSSHEi-aiaw- a be .sent free by mail, securely staled, on receipt of price, by addressing 1 . J. CIIKXKY, 1:3 Adams St., ever liiriHt, hiiccchMlul Oivco ereil as it it certain in its effect anil does not Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agtnt for ihe United States. L self-abtssdim-nes-- rft 'r ' rarcr-a5Sijga-f3- Ki. Tito I4invrty T' blutor. READ l'KOOl' l)i:LOS'. JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, 1 MOUTH SIIDIH. Saved him $1,800 An,Ms, N, Y. Jan. 30, 1S32. Dis. I! J. Ki'miali S: Co., (icnts: H.vii:.c;usccl a good deal of your IContlall's Spavin Cure . itli great success, thought I would let you know what it has done for me, 'I wo years n?o I liad as fji:ily a colt .is v,nsccr r.iUed in J e fie won County. When I as lirvnl.int; him, he hicked over the cross l;ar and got fist and tore one of his hind legs all to pieces. I cm. ployed the best farnei!,, hut thev all said lie was spoiled, lie had n very hrjje thorouch-plnnd 1 used tv.o bottles of youi Kendall's Sp.iwn Cure, and it tool, the bunch entirely off, and he ',nd afterward for 51800 dollars), I have used it for bone spavins and wind galls, and it has alu.ijs cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a fplendid medicine for rheumatism. I have recommended it to .1 good many, and they all say it does the work, 1 was in Witheriugton &. Knecland's drug store, in Adam, the other day and saw a ery fine picture yuu sent them, I tried to buy it hilt could not; they said if i would write to you that j ou would send me one. 1 wish you would, and I will do you all the good I can. Very respectfully, E, S, Lyman. 1 n EGBERT & SON, Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. JCS'Pltii" rtnd Decorative Pnpcr Ilauginj: n fijicciiility. Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly Aptil attended to. 16-- tl 1 11 GUNS Muzzlo Load I m Guns from 3.oo up j Broeult Loading Guns from 85.00 up; Revol- '.I vers from fiOc.upt KuclosoBtampfoHSpngelllustrntedCntaloguo. I'lTTSBUUGH FIKE AltMS CO,, l'itt8buri;li, Fa. K',1 83 GRAND COMBINATION. '83 Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HUNAN FTEJSH. 1 Frankfort Roundabout AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY One COURIER-JOURNA- L ffi ; , respectfully, C. O. TiuitliANU. lly paying us $2 00 you will receive for one year Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All druggists your home paper with the Courlttr-.Tourna- l, have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any the representative newipapei of the South, and the Address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dh, II. in the J. Kkndai-- & Co,; Enoiburgh Falls, Vt. Send for best, biightest and ablest family United State. Those who desire to examine a samIllustrated circular. can do 10 ple copy of the Courier-Journ- al SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. at this office. year for only $2 00. Two papers for very short order. little more than the price of one, Vours yevay.Iifd., Aug. lath, i88t. Dr.11, J. KHNUAI.L& Co,, Uents: Sample ot Please send me some with received, my imprint, printed on one side only. The Kendall's Spavin Cure is in c.ccllcnt demand with u, and not only lor animals, hut for human ailments also, Mr. Jos, Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of the remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it did fur better than ho had expected. Cured the sprain in r 'm .Ci 1 Weekly I i 'I ' ' s . ' ', 1Vm.m- ' jfjg t V" Jii Ll. . . i, ., t. r ' L .. I Tii ..1 ..'... ..T.'r .&JLi.fil jlfflriMMIAliiaiMWTfciMMfBMMMMifcfMMiVl1MMiXlJM ,1 ' if. '