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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883033101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frankfort Roundabout. J SEOROE A. LEWIS, Publisher. I W m DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY'NEWS. ' TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 31. 1883. It is a fnct that Kendall's Spavin Cure is all it is claimed to be. See advertisement. Number 28. I II BITER PACKET f&sacas8iE3a25 THE STEAMKR FANNIE FREESE Will receive (ind forward freights to Louisville, Madison, ami nil points n KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS 1 R and to nil points North, Enst and West. WILL B1VETKH0U6H RATES BILLS DF LADING sented: Parties wishing fine goods, such ns diaMr. Frank D. SpottsNvood, formerly of this city, lias piircbaced of Mr. B. .f. Newlon the monds, fine chronograph and horse timing Blue-HrnClipper, puldished at Midway, watches, solid silver, &c, will save money by and trill take charge of that paper Monday. calling on Philip Selbcrt, the boss jeweler, before purchasing elsewhere. A very pleawint masquerade was Riven to the many friends of Miss Nellie It is announced that Hon. John D.White, Jillf-on- , at her residence on Ilicli Congresman from the Ninth District, is to street, Tuesday night. The dancing was he married next month to Miss Alice Harkept up till the wee sma' hours ol morning, ris, daughter of Hnni, of and everybody lefl highly pleased with the Biidgewater, Massachusetts. entertainment, declaring it to be one of the most pleasant oft he season. A large crowd The many friends of Mrs. Virgie Kelly, was present, a great many without masks. nee Smith, in this city, will regret to hear of Following ate pome of the characters repre- the death of her little son, Howard Smith, ss WONDERFUL. W. T. RDNYAN, STAPLE FANCY Mr. Win. Mitchcl, who, for many years resided on the Ilig Sink road, six miles from His just received his spring and summer stock of Veisailles, has led a life of miseiy, he has never been able to lie in bed, until now, for twenty-siAND yeais, but had to sit up all night in a chair and sleep with his head resting on a table. He had a terrible misery across him. lie has received treatment from Dr. Wilbur, and for the first time in twenty-siyears can lie in uert. JJoctors around there and in Lexington told him he would have to wear out, but now his misery is nearly gone; his water has changed color, and he feels like a new man. x x DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, standi ?i V h 1$ m ... & LANBEETH'S GARDEN SEED FRESH. Mi&s Ollie Coinpton, Lillie Lutiglry. Miss Addie Lawler, House Maid. Mis Ilnllie Stephens. Flower Girl. Misses Una Marshall and Annie Jones, Siamese Twins. LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Miss Lizzie Marshall, Coming thro' the Rye. Ky. Frankfort, Miss Cordie .letters, Bride. Miss Katie Gay, Iolanthe. Mauler. mar 3 tf. Miss Minnie Peterson, Goddess of Grain. Miss Ella Hutchison, Little Buttercup. Blue-Gras- s Miss Ella Stephens, A Bride. Mihs Lizzie Undgers, Patience. Miss Willie Moms, Ghost. fino Htnck of Fruit and Trees. Ginpe Vines, AHpnrn-"liMiss Ida Marshall, Maid of Seventy. Plant- - and small Fruits m ofl'eretl thin Miss Haitie Buckley, Flower Girl. Spring. We employ no nu'ent, lut sell Miss Fannie Settle, Nill-odirect to the planter. In addition to genMr. and Mr. Ed. Marshall, Itomco and eral catalogue we Imve issued one devoted exoltirtively to Strawberries, of whicli we Juliet. have a magnificent Htock. Catalogues on Miss Katie Morris, Wall Flower. AiltlrecH. application. Miss Maud Holmes, Folly. T-I- . F. HILLENMEYER, Miss Carrie Peterson, Gypsey Romany. Lexington, Ky. feb 24 2in Miss Lillie Bratt, Cupid. Miss Nannie Peterson, Daughter of t he Regiment. Miss Flora Bratt, Valais. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Mit8 May Bratt, Italian Flower Girl. Miss Pinkie Bucklev, Dentenette, Peasant Girl. Miss Maggie Owen, None of your BusiNOTIONS, MOCKERY US9UE. ness. Miss Nellie Jillson, Night. I oordially invite you to call and examine my Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Miss Lillie Ilerancourt, Butterfly. Miss Bettie Holmes, Patience. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, Miss Loulie Gatrett, Grace Darling. cp3 tf. Miss Minnie Cain, Rob Roy. Miss Maggie Shaw, Ophelia. Miss Katie Mtiugan, L'Mascotte. Jas. Greenup, Spinish Cavalier. Willis Wavts, Wizzard Oil. Capt. Payne, G. Washington, Geoige Reddish, 'Pom Thumb, Willie Dawson, Coming Man. IN BULK AND PAPERS, J. L. Wagiretier, Prol. Wiggins. E. L Banta. Hero ol Feb. 22. GUARANTEED J. C Bradley. Critic. Jesse Williams, Now. Then. ALSO John N. Hutchison, Base Ballist. Duncan Holmes, Do not let your chances like sunbeams pass you by. Egbert Stephens, Reginald Bunthorne, Claieuce Egbert, Hamlet. Jas. McEunn, Sir Walter Scott. Will leavo Frnnklort for Loulsvlllo every Tupsdny and Friday morning. nt l) o'clock, and returning leave Louisville for Frankfort every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. For rates and itifortnution apply to which took place in Louisville Monday.' He was a bright little fellow two years of &C. Bridgeport. 'Rah for Bridgeport! railioad. Telephone, mill, and a prospect for a ne. The Circuit Clerk received a. letter from a d gcntlemi.n in Bedford containing two Hotel lottery tickets, asking that the money he paid for them be refunded to him. Mr. Franklin wishes to inform the cranks throughout the State who have invested in Willard Hotel lottery tickets that lie is not Wil-lar- Call and see him at Swigert's old St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. ii-3- Or S. V. Peace, Nurseries. s redecmiti!! 'hem. Mr. Bob Storts, who has been quite sick with typhoid lever, is better. Mr. Alex. Julian lias purchn-e- d the Exum place. Price 2,400. A dog supposed to be mad was killed in this plaee last Wednesday. NOTICE. rnilE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON L exercises at tho Kentucky Institution for mo fciiucaiion una Training ot leoblu .Minded Children will hereafter tnki- nlnii VrlAnv afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Insti tution is open for visitors nt any time when most convenient fur them to attend. .10I1N' (J. A. STEWART, Superinte.lont. Oct. tf. OUT AGAIN. Mr. Jerry Delph, sr., the famous auctioneer, was confined to his house in Lexington for ten days, during which time he never closed his eyes or even laid down, his misery va so great in his head. His family physician could not control the disease. Mr. Delph sent for Dr. Wilbur, and says he began to feel relief from the very first dose of medicine and soon was able to enjoy refreshing sleep, as his head was entirely relieved from pain, save a little weakness, feels like and a new man. to-da- The prospect for fried chickens this son is quite gloomy in this section. Milch cov arc quite scarce in this tion, consequently prices are fabulous. -it sea- sec- u. Mrs. Eddie Brown has returned home from a to relatives in Wood lord county. Miss Minnie Gaines took charge of the South Benson school last Monday. Success DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, " to to her. returned to her home in Frankfort from a visit to friends in this place. ha- Law-rencebu- rg in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to S A. M., 12 to 1 l. M.. Mis Annie Sheets Office Hours S P. M. S. F, W. S. DHHONEY DRY GOODS, i Rev. Mr. Simmons, pastor of the Elder John W. Holla way, father of Capt. Baptist Church, will preach nt L. D. Holloway, of this city, died at his resi- South Benson Church morning dence, near Switzer, in thw county, on at 11 o'clock, D. V. Smith, M. D. G. A. D. R1.CWS, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock, in the 82d vcar of his age. The deceased was a minister of the Christian Church for over thirty years, was a civil engineer by profession and a school teacher in the neighborhood in which he lived for forty years. He was highly respected by all who knew him; never spoke ill of his neighbor, and had for his motto during his long life, "owe no man anything" His fujieral took place from North Fork Baptist Church Thursday afternoon at hall past three o'clock, and was largely attended by his neighbois and friends. The Bridgeport loafing club now have under consideration the question: "Does the moon exeit an influence over the animal and vegetable kingdom?" FRANKFORT, KY. WM. Office and residence nest door to the Baptist The candidates for sheriff have been Church, S. Clair street. around during the past week, each endeav oring to show that he has the best claim to CROMWELL, office. Lea., having been raised in this vicinity, of course, thinks he has the best claim to the suffrage of this precinct. As Attorney-at-Lawto this matter deponent sayetli not. , AXD Funeral Notico. The funeral of Bro. Robert Simmons will take place at the First Independent Baptist Church (colored) ibis morning at 10 o'clock. Funeral services conducted bv Rev. Jas. M. Mason and Rev. Henry Samuel. All are invited. March 31th. ISSD. Thousands bear witness to the positive curative powers of the Great German Invig For sale by Will practice in the courts of Fmnklin unit the orator. See advertisement. Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and ?ale of real estnte, collection ot rents, claims, and tho negotiation Heal Estate Agent, Cilice opposite Court House. 25-ly. 1 Alarm Clocks 12 of loan. Juno S! INCHES HIGH, $1 65. JUST VICK'S FLOWER SEED, RECEIVED BY AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S Solid Silver Tea Spoons Guaranteed Sterling Fine, $3 50. Belle Point. Mr. W. II. Netherton's youngest child very ill. U . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, 11. B. Jillson, Jr., Cupid. Moroh.azit Tailor, BETWEEN MAIN and BROADWAY. Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ami new- SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S Wfc$ai Jett's Station. Dallas Coke was in this neighborhood this week'. MUs Lucy Tucker is visiting relatives and friends in Lexington this week. Miss Lee Hawkin", of Excelsior Institute, has been and is yet quite sick, Leslie Collins, candidate for Sheriff, was galavanting around heie this week. Miss Ella Newbold, who has been sick for a week or more, is now much better. Lee Owen will begin the erection of a store house here next mouth. It is needed. As soon as the pike is completed from here to the Glens Creek pike Jett's will be one ol the best paying stations to the R, R. Co., of its class, Miss Alice Lewis was visiting friends over here Thursday. Mrs. Zook, who litis been quite sick for some time, is slowly recovering. Mr. Tl ompson and family have removed from the lock to South Frankfort. Rogers' Tea Spoons Nickle, Silvor Plated with Pure Silver, $1 25. tarrh Cure BY PHYBICUNB. Cavlty-Ohro- nlo Rogers' Best ISxiives p iresaBIlgENDED Capt. Pence is building a wharf boat at Mr. China's wharf for tho Fannie Freese. Triple Plato, Guaranteed, $1 50 Per Set of Six, put up in a neat case. of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. Mary Todd, at Lake Bo-wor- th, and Catnrrh of tho Nasal .9 the Ear. Eye Ulcerative! Catarrh INTERNALLY, oT and Throat. It Is takan acts DIRJCOTLV upon the Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Is the best Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. 0NL7 Park. Capt. S. V, Pence has been very sick this week with pneumonia. He iH some better now, est styles of f.mey Trench cisslmoros. Ho is Spared to make them up on short notice, and give perfect tit-ti- Child's Set, Knife, Fork, Spoon garments, stylish and -- vrtjf,- comfortable, febo (tin. And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oase of Catarrh It will not Pure. rami MARKET.43 THE CUKE FOR EP-I- N CAT AM' ) cum; wiix Office ofamy oase. & Co. A. T. Stewart Chioaqo, HI., Juno 4, 1880. Mtitrt. F. J. Cheney dt Co., Toledo, O. I take pleasure In Informing you Gentlemen: that I uave used Hall'. Catarrh Cure. It has rue I was very baa and don't hesitate to oured say that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Youra truly, properly. J, B. WlATHEBJTOaD. , . WOFTH;S10 A BOTTLE. E. MmuuY. Jaqkswi, Mich., writw Hate had Catarrli for 0 years. Ball's Catarrh Cure oured me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. Ba8old by all Drumrlstsat 75 cts per bottle. Manufactured audjwgTby F J. CHENEY ft CO. Bole Proprietors, TOUCDO, OHIO. f For Sale by JOS. LkCOMPTE, Oet 18-l- y DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. In a neat case, Ol) cents. Capt. Freeman has charge of the Fannie Freese now, during the illness of Capt. DEALKR IX Pence. or Table Spoons ITarrod, of this county, visitMiss Sidney The rain of Wednesday and Thursday ni.'lit was the cause of many plows being ed her cousin, Miss Nannie Stivers, this Niokle, Silver Plated with Pure Silver, $2 25 per stopped. A little dry weather tor u week or week. set of six. Willsollatthe very lowoetflgtue? two would help mightly, Mr. Sam Lewis, after no illness of about Write for our price on anything you nocU in four week s, is ablo to a p Dear on the street C. F. Exum and Judge E. P. Moore step T I-- J the jowelry line. To seeuro price montloned Jt was again, ped oh" the train here last Friday, thought at first they were two railroad The Council will meet in regular session above, send the price in postage stamps or magnates looking for a route for a irew Tuesday night, when the assessor's book will C. D. D. S., letter. Wo will deliver the goods marked railroad, but they came to survey a piece be revised. A full attendance is desired. to your address at the express office here ; will of land for Mrs. Quid. Si'inuus. Dr, B. W. Dcakins has loos ted nt Sweet rofund money if you aro not pleased and return K"V., Home, Henry county, where he has begun tho goods in good order. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's to practice his profession. He has also pone Catarrli Cure, oiler $100 reward for any Into the drug business with Mr. Joe Stivers Can be found at his offloe from 8 a. m. to 5 p. case of Catarrh that can't be cured with at the same place. We all wish the young m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the Doctor abundant success in his chosen proHall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph entire satisfaction of thoso who may ohoso te 'Druggist. July fession. Liexlnaton, Ky. patronize him. w. j. cmisrjsr, Rogers' Forks ALL KINDS OF COAL reg-istcr- oi F O RjOAS J. BUSH, FRANKFORT, DENTIST, OTIS W. SNYDER, 15-l- y m m ;'A ' i- w V."J1N.'JI " fm- mwygm y? v pwffgaWB.gaw :ri TT . V s - , i v. , ri. I1"? ." . r, : ji ,-- r' tSB. H . ft";' r.'v Mrs. Annie B. Cook, who has bten conMr. Lee Herrmann and Mrs.Sol. Ilnrris ! returned Tuesday morning from their trip fined to the house for several weeks, was Elizabeth-tow- n Frankfort, Kentucky to New York, and we may soon expect the well enough Monday to go to 1 uoroilatthopoit-offlcca- t to visit friends. uk second clnss mailable matter. grand Spring opening to take place at the Mr. Hendley Boyd left for Grayson Arcade. Thursday, where he will accept "u position GEORGE A. LEWIS, in the office of the Circuit Clerk, nnd conThe colored people of this city will hold tinue the study of law. 33 a public meetiny at the Court House TuesMr. John Casell, of the great White day evening for the purpose of selecting a Hall clothing house, made a business trip AX FRANKFORT, MARCH 31, 1883. delegate to represent them in the educa- to Hnrrodsburg the first of the week, and sold n number ol suits for his house. Flenso bear in mind tlint the blue pencil tional convention which meets in this rity All our colored citizens who on Thursday. Mrs. Cunuinghnm. who hns been visiting tnnrk X on yonr paper indicntea tlmt the have the good of their race at heart should her daughter, Mrs. Hiram Berry, this city, Arc Offering the Balance of their Stock of time lor which you have paid hns expired be on hand. for several weeks, left for her home in Wil linmstown Thursday morning. and yon nre requested to call around and The best and largest assortment of clocks settle. at Phillip Selbert's. Finest stock of gold and silver watches, jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated Death of Mr. A. O. Keenon. A NOBLE ACT. ware evpr exhibited in the city before at Another old citizen has fallen asleep and Mr. L. II. James, of Clover Bottom, Wood- Philip Selbert's. At prices less than cost of manufacture, in order to make room for early bin spirit has winged itn flight to the great ford county, has for some time been suffering Mr. Hilory Bedford, of this county, sold hereafter. Mr. Adam C. Keenon, after a with a disease on his nose which physicians spring purchases ; also in our long and useful life, died nt his residence, call "Lupus." Mr. James has been a great liW week, nt Bodman Tobacco Warehouse, sufferer, and healing of the many cures being Cincinnati, 15 hogsheads of tobacco at an near this city, Monday morning at 81 o'clock. pcrfoimed by Dr. Wilbur, went to sec him On the 27th of December, while sitting and told the Doctor (in presence of several average !?I4 41. This is said to be the best reading in front of a large wood (ire in his gentlemen, including a Press reporter) that he nveriee on new tobneco vet made. Where the bottom has been knocked out of prices. he would room, he fell asleep and one of his boots would give him $500 in advance ifrefused to promise him a cure. Dr. Wilbur Judge French Tipton, of Richmond, has became so hot as to cause a blister to raise take his money, and advised Mr. Tames to sore and he was save his money for his family, as his disease accepted the position of traveling salesman on, his foot, which became compelled to go to bed with it, The sore was incurable. The Doctor fixed him a pre- for the C R. Mason Manufacturing ComWE ARE AGENTS FOR THE scription to relieve his pain, free of charge. grew worse, gangrene pet up, and his strong It is evident if Dr. Wilbur is a fraud he would pany, who have leased the labor in the and left a few days since for a constitution began to give way. fie suffer have taken Mr. James' money, whether he could have cured him or not. Lexington trip through the South in the interests of ed greatly for three mouths, but without OF CINCINNATI, that Company. a murmur, when death came and he sleeps J'tvss March nth. the last long sleep in our beautiful City of And will receive all kinds of laundry work, such as Collars and Cuffs, Mr. Willie Wright is running L. B. Oliver's Mr. Dntsie preachesa temperance sermon the-- Dead beside the loving partner of his Shirts, &c. Basket sent every Tuesday and returned Saturday. vegetable wagon, he has everything in season. morning at the Christian Church joys and sorrows, who preceded him to the Work called for at house if desired. Give us a trial, on "Denth Traps." The evening subject is grave some four years since. A gentleman of this city went out to n upon the Sunday School lesson of a week and we will guarantee satisfaction. The deceased waB born at Paris, Kenin the country, on an electioneering hence, "Philip and the Ethiopian." All tucky, on the 15th of May, 1799, and con- - party trip, Tuesday night, but before he started he are cordially invited. year of fipquently was in the eighty-fourtprocured a number of oranges for the ladies his age. He was elected Public Binder and he expected to meet, put them in a paper Advertised Letters. came to this city to reside in 1822, and for suck, and left them sitting in a grocery 011 odd years was engaged in the busithirty Price, Lou St. Clair street for a tew moments, while he Bolmets, Win H ness of book binding, his bindery being in Patterson, Annie made arrangements to start, and when Floyd, Susnn a building on St. Glair street, where the Price, Annie Belle ready to go drove up to the door and re- Gibson,;Win I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of Rodgers, Thos Gnines.Francis burlier shop of Henry Samuels now stands. quested a gentleman friend to step inside nnd Humphreys, Andrew Sanham, Samuel J In 18G7 be retired from active business life get the sack for him, telling where he bud Harting, Sam Smith, Snllie 0 and spent the remainder of his days upon Scott, Sallie left it. The sack was brought out and Johnson. Kiddy TO THE WAREHOUSE ON TII2 his farm, one mile from this city, on the M B Johnson, Talbot & Co' stowed under the buggy seat, and in due Lambs, Kelly, Lizzie Teery, James A Louisville pike. In 1823 he married Miss lime our friend arrived nt the party. After Monday, Bell Thompson, Mollie Elizabeth Clark, with whom he lived hapNext door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at shaking bunds all round he thought he Owens, Richards Wright, Henry pily for more than a half century. The y Webster, Azulah would pass the fruit, so procuring the sack, fruits of their union was nine children, six Say advertised when calling for the above he requeeted a friend to distribute it among ' early you wish of whom still survive him. J. G. Hatciiitt P. M. New Goods constantly received. Call formerif prices. to get the 50 per cent, reduction in the ladies with his compliments, which lie letters. For more than fifty years he had been a proceeded to do, when it was discovered that member of the Masonic fraternity, and he instead of oranges the sack contained goose was buried with the honors of the order by eggs. The wrong sack had been put in Frankfort Conunandery, No. 4, Tuesday the bujgy. Our friends feelings can hardly In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to, AGENT FOR THE nttcruoou be imagined when he found that he was Hamburg-AmericaMail Line The exercises at the Christian Church trying to muke votes with eggs. May AND Wednesday evening were quite interesting. Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair ALLEN ROYAL The meeting was opened with singing and LIKE STEAMSHIP COS. street, near Broadway.' prayer, uftcr which there was n recitation Tickets to and froui Europe at lowest rates. given by seven little girls of the Sunday ALSO DEALKU IN Personal. School in splendid style. Mrs. Richard ' Keid, President of the Christian Woman's Mr. John 13. Day left Wednesday for a Board of Foreign Missions of Kentucky, visit to Chicago. CHAMPAGNE CIUKR, then delivered an address to the Mission Rev. J. W. Pugh and family left Tues-dn- GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Sq.vi.8ira. Clixitczx Band of the Church, which was listened to evening lor Virginia. Order left at Brewery Oflico will bo promptly eleattentively by those present, and was Mrs. Geo. B. Mncklin has been visiting attended to. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling df all kinds done gantly read. Next came the breaking of friends in Cincinnati this week. March the missionary jugs and the counting of Miss Nannie South left for Louisville on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. 'their contents. There were fifteen jugs and Thursday morning to visit friends. Jan. their contents amounted to $54.93 the Miss Lento Cooper, of Louisville, bus largest amount contained by any one jug been visiting Miss Julia Duvull this week. OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. being $10.93. After the breaking of jhejugn Mr. Thos. B. Abbott, who has been very ! Ship Stuff, Brnn. Shelled Oats, and Corn a collection was taken up in the audience ill the past two weeks, is improving slowly. nlwnys an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. amounting to $9.20, which made the total Mr. Frank W. Gault, of Louisville is vis- All kind of grain bought and sold. amount raibed for missionary purposes iting his mother, near Peak's Mill, this $64. 13. The meeting was then closed with county. singing and prayer. Messrs. It. Crittenden Todd, and Will. J. AT inco the meeting Wednesday night two Dudley will leave for Kansas City next jugs have been sent in, which swell week. other Capt. Ed. Taylor, of Chihuahua, Mexico, the total amount raised to eighty dollars. JAB. SHAW, has been visiting friends in this city thin week. Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. Little Katie Banta, daughter of Mr. II Mrs. M. J. Lewis returned Thursday S Banta, who resides at the Walker Stephafternoon from a two months' visit to her ens place, on the Louisville pike, two miles sou in Louisville. 20 25 from this city, was standing by an open Judge Thomas II. Ilines returned Mon20 16 wood fire in the servant's room, Saturday day morning from his trip 10 Florida much nlternoon, when her clothing took fire, and improved in health. 12 16 us soon as she discovered it she nn screamS 12 Mr. J. W. Thompson and wife, of FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., ing into the yard. A colored man, who hod are visiting Mrs. T.'s parents in this gone out there to deliver a load of coal Irom city thia week. Mr. G. B. Macklin's yard, happened to be Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, FrankHon. M. H.Owsley, candidate for GovPrices to all customers regardless of cost and value. near to where she was, ran immediately to ernor, hns been in the city this week inter- fort, Ky., continues the watch ropairing business at the old stand. By promptness and careful her, tore the clothing off of her and extin- viewing the boys, work he hopes to merit' the natronugo of ' those guished the flames. Although nearly all Mr. Hewry ttriest, of Eminence, came up who desiro 10 have their wutobos repaired withMain Street, Frankfort and Lexington. her clothing and ribbon on her hair were to attend the masquerade at Miss Nellie out dutnogo bring douo them. Surveyors' repaired and other instruments requiring JiIIsoiih, luesday nighj. .burned she escaped unhurt. delicate uud accurate ndjustmont. NEW PLANING Miss Louisa Mnttern returned Wednesday afternoon from a two weeks' visit to DOCTOR WILBUR h reiunvcs in liuuioviui;, In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entiro confidence in WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. The celebrated specialist, will be at the Mrs. Jas. W. Mayhall, of Louisville, Capital Hotel in Frankfort two or three weeks. who has been visiting relutives in this city, Mr. S. Ayros, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hosltato to comHaving removed my watch and olook repair Having reoently added to hia Eitabliihment The Doctor cured so many in Lexington last left for home yesterday morning mend him us every way capable of meeting the shop to my residenoo in Stfuth Frankfort, I am month that wc advise all who need the serviFirst-Clas- s Ffening Mill, propalred to oxecuto work on ihort notice. Mr, W. R. Watson, of Indianapolis, In- -' expectation of my foflber patrons. ces of a skillful M. D. to call on him as this Orders left with Mr. Will Macklln, at tbo coal B.F.MEEK. who has been v i h i t i n j his mother in diana, is an opportunity seldom offered. Sopt.30.tf Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of office, corner of St. Clair ond Wapplng streets, this city, left for home Wednesday. will receive prompt attention. GEO. W. QAYLE. Deo. Mr. John Conner and family, who have The extension of the Forks of Elkhorn S&sb, Doors, Blinds, EVunes, Uoldiag been residing nt Windfield, Kansas, for the Turnpike to connect with the Cedar Turneighteen months, returned to this city pike, in Scott county, which has been built past ALSO Thursday to reside. under the supervision of Mr. D. M, WoodOffice on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Scroll Work, SUfr Work Turning Misses Addie and KateSproule, of Woodson, of this city, is pronounced by persons bury, Kentucky, and Mi6s Parrish, of LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND living in its vicinity to be the beet road ever Springfield, Missouri, are viaitinz Mrs. Gotten out In the Beit Style. and for sale at Lowest Prices by built in that section, Judge Thos. II. Hines'. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May G. B. MACKLIN. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, TO LOYERS OF ECONOMY Alter and. Fiablislier. The Arcade One Price House - - r HARRIS & HERMANN'S MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS" SUIT ii m X i 1 DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, i A Pen-itentinr- ETTBESA STEAM LATJNDHY, h ' AFTER THE FIRE I HAEEIS &HERMANN. south: side of main G-reatl- FURNITURE, &C, Reduced Prices, R. ROGERS. street, J. O. MATTER, n "CT n. d. 2Q-i- y. e r t a-- 3s: i tl g tf Li i si ' ill Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. LEE & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Street, Toxtlieast Corner, Capital MINERAL WATERS, 1 I X y M f. MILLV1LLE MILLS 6-i- y ' wm$ lm CLOTHING! BIHUF! CLOTHING SEED OA.'TS it. STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES Wholesale and Retail. Spring WHITE HALLI OVERCOATS! .AT SAMUEL AYERS, Lex-iugt)- n, Handsome $30 00 suits for $25 00. 00 suits for Handsome 00. Handsome 00 suits for 00. Handsome 00 suits for 00. 00 suits for Handsome 00. WATCH HAKEB, OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! CRTJTCHEE, AND STARSS, com-pus- se EEMOVAL! MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Dr. O. R CHINN. COAL! COAL! A 10-- tf I r I V 15-t- f. ft'; '' . ' :W ," v1"; ' ;"W. -- r an 3.1 CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. GK MATTERN", Prop'r, . FBANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUMABOUT. M AltCII 31, 1883. Jo-ep- TO TRAVELERS. 6, the following Commencing Monday, October time table will be In effect on the L. ft N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS NOIvrn. Arrive at Leave Leave Lexington. Frankfort. Louisville. tf.37 A. M. No. t8 . lo'27 A. M. 7:00 A. M. q'SS P. M. 11:05 r. m. No. so . 7:20 P. M. P. M .V8 705 p. M. No. 2a . 4:35 P. M. nrr. at Frankfort8.3o p. m. No. 34 . SUSP. M. Thousands aro being cured of Catarrh every yinr with Hall's Catarrh Cure that the doctors hnd given up ami said roiild not by be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold h LeComplc. Drugi"t, South Side. A CAPITAL NO CUKE HOTEL ! FOR 15 DAYS ONLY. congregational meeting of the Georgetown Presbyterian Church waheld Wednes- ONLY OHAEGE MADE IS FOE MEDIday night for the purpose of raising Itev. J. CINES USED DURING TEAET-MENG. Hunter's snlnry and devising means to induce him to remain in that place and de cline the call tendered him by the Presby terinu Chinch in (his city. T, !N0 PAY!! No. 439 Main St., Over Crutciier & Starks' White Hall Clothing House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS .sa TlUtltS Leave Lexington. 7:00 A.M. SOUTH. 8:15 a. M. No. 17. . . io'ss A. M. No. 3 leaves Frankfort 6'oo A. M.arr. Lou.qio a. m. p. m. p. m. 6:o p. M. . . 4:10 No. 10. 3:00 2:37 r. t. No. at . . . t:to p. m. s:S p. m. Train No. ai makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. a3 makes connection for Cinclnna I, arriving there at 12:15. p. m. No. 34 imlci connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, Frankfort. L ave Arrive at Louisville. P' m" E. P. BRYAN, Accnt. IH GUY AND COUNTY LARGEST CIHGULATIDH K Rev. B. A. Penick will deliver liis third morning nt anniversary sermon Church. Ascension Rev. R. F. Middleton, of Bridgeport, Iihr b"en called to take elmrge ol North Fork Church, atSwitzer, this county. m The Cedar Run Distillery of Messrs. J. it J. M. SaflTell, which has heen iille for a Miles' Crystal Flour is sold at $3 73 per year or more will begin run nine Monday or 100 pounds, nnd is guaranteed as good as Tuesday. any patent flour tuld in the market, except . the J. E. M. From mashing one thousand bushels of grain per day the Hermitage Distillery has Fresh fish at L. B. Oliver's dropped down to one hundred and filty wagon and harFor Salr A bushels daily. ness. For terms apply to H. J. Hyde. ' 3t. The agony is now over and the new city built upon the old site of hall is to be Just received a large invoice of solid silver, Major Hall. The City Council settled it sterling, fine at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Thursday night. Now let the work begin. . 1 Small Housi: Fon Hunt With front and Two gentlemen, now residents of Louis' Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt backward. ville, but formerly of this city, never fail to or Logan MoKce. come up here when they desire 'a new suit of clothes made, as they can find no one to Try the Old Crow and Daniel Boon cigars fiUhem so well as Mr. V. Rerberich. at L. B. Oliver's. two-horse by the name of colored of Mr. .Bowman, broke into the smoke-housMoore, who resides ut the old Scearce place, a mile and a half above the city, Thursday night, nnd stole two hundred pounds of meat. He then cntne on down to Spring Hill Distillery, broke into oneof the bonded warehouses, knocked the bung out of a barrel and stole mine whinky, but drank eo much of it that lie got too drunk to get out of the house, and wns cnimht in there yesterday morning by the watchman, on the premises, with the meat still in his possession. The police were telephoned for from this city when officeis Brown nnd Conwax went out nnd brought him in to jail. When taken lie had a full kit of burglar's tools in He will have to answer in his possession. the United Slates as well as the Circuit Court for his fun. A e V( V- MK - isifsssm LsssssW Assss ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. Frankfort send to the city for worl; when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. FOR " QsBsBpHstofw' " iissWiBB!i'M CASH r, 1 ONLY. tblic that from this day I I TAKE this method of informing the will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, deviations. My stook of aking no exceptions or STOYES, DR. WILBUR, SPECIALIST. The man who made eo many reraarkablo cures in Lexington cure." all chronic diseases. If you are doing well under the care of your own phy sician, do not cull nn mc, as lonlv wish to treat those that cannot find reliet elsewhere. LADTKS who are suffering with complaints peculiar to their sex can consult the doctor with every asuranee of spgedy relief and permanent cure, 4 Rend the following flattering testimonials and he convinced: GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Roofing, 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, Never laid in bed for 26 years jenrs until now. I havo slept every night during that time fitting up in a chair with my head leaning on a table. I consulted a greiit many ductois, nnd tlu-- told me nothing could be done for me, that I hnd to bear my misery until I wore out. I also hnd nterrible misery across me, and was bloated in my limbs and abdomen. I took treatment of Dr. Wilbur and CAN NOW LIE DOWN IN BED, my the last 2(3 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. I have not been nble until now. to lie down in bed for NEW JEWELRY STORE Having just opened a first-clas- s 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 - The City mills o( Messrs, .1. E. Miles & Fob Sale. Desirable residence on Holmes Son will stop operations the first of next street. For information npply to Mrs. C. week and will remain idle for about six A. Prentiss, on the premises. weeks. Farmers having grain they wish to Payne & Berry, Insurance Agents, offer bring in before they stop would do well to special inducements on all classes of farm hurry up. pioperty. The companies represented by Messrs. Harris & Herrmann, of the One them are among the largest and oldest in Price Arcade, are receiving new goods daily the world, nnd their rates as cheap as the and will be pleased to see their friends and sell cheapest. . Policies written from one to five them goods at the very lowest New York years, and the interests of their patrons prices. Their regular spring opening they protected always, as they supervise the adwill announce very shortly. justment of all losses. Rate on dwelling 2.25 apply at their office on for 5 years The hop at the Capital Hotel Tuesday St. Clair street, opposite Old Mansion night was a grand success. There were House Block, Frankfoit, Ivy. quite a number of young gentleman and 4t. ladies, from Louisville, Lexington, Vert-ailles- misery across mo is all gone, my water has changed its color, and I feel like a new man. I lived on Big Sink road, six mtles from Versailles for a good many years, and everyone there knows me. My present address is WILLIAM L. MITCHELL, Lock-box stock of 443, Lexington, Ky, March 17th, 1883. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Watch-chains, , and other places present. The music was furnished by Wolfe k Trost's band. The Louisville telephone line is up to a point between this city and Biidgrpoit, and 01 Monwill probably reach the city ' day. When completed it will be very certain to do a great portion of the biieiness now transacted by the telegraph line. y of Mr. John Heller, The smoke-housin the rear of his meat store, on located Market street, caught fire Thursday morn- 4112 and came near cuusing a disastrous conflagration, but was discovered in time and the flames extinguished without, an y alarm being sounded. e . H - this year, therefore you can rely upon getting pure seed. The ladies will be giatified to hear that Mademoiselle Anna Wallerninn has returned from the East, where she has spent feonie Straight in a few Minutes. I am a candidate for tho office of Sheriff of months in studying the latest Parisian and Lk.1soton, March 4th, 1SS3. Franklin County subject to tho action of tho New York stjlesof inilliuery, she will reMy little niece, May Lucrecia Drake Beard, in both ejes tor sume her position as Head Milliner of the Democratic party, cither by primary election or has been terribly nine years (in t.ict over since sho was born), as convention, should nny bo hold. Arcade for the coining season. every one can testily that knew her. MASON D.LUCAS. I took her to Dr. Wilbur, at the Ashland We are authorized to announce KEAN O'H. Houso, to see if he could cure them. Ho opeElder George Dnreie, in compliance with and in a few minutes, much to the call made upon him last, week by a THEME REasu'candidato fui ShcrifTof Franklin rated on themboth her oyes wore uiado perfectly my surprise, number of our citizens, has consented to county, subject to tho aotion of tho Democratic straight, and what is more strange, ho made them both straight by simply ono out. I can deliver his lecture, "The Man of Snap." party. cheerfully recommend Dr. H'ilbur to anyone Wo nro authorized to announco JOHN W at the Chrietian Church on Tuesday evenwho may be atllicted as a very skillful physiRich aud Jackson, everybody attend, for it is highly GAINES u candidate for Sheriff of Franklin cian. ing. Let Blacksmith. oounty, subject to the action of tho Democratic Shop on Short street. who have heard it, and spoken of by those P. S. Anyono eun see this little girl by callparty. you will bo certain to hear something good. ing at my houso on Winchester street. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Some three months since u fine fat hog A Thankful Father. Editor Lcrinytou We are authorized to announce A. Q, DRAW-NEwas stolen from the farm of Mr. Chas. J. I deem it my duty as a man who wants to give to as a oandidato for Roprosontativo of merit all things which are worthy, to make this Clark, near this city but the man who stole in regard to Dr. Wilbur. My child when two it could not be found. A few days since Franklin county, subject to tho will of tho peo- months old was taken down with scarlet fever, as ple at tho August election, 1883. was my family of five children, 'the late Dr. Bush, Officer W. P. Hudson obtained a clue to being my family physician at tho time, treatsd them. We are authorized to announco IRA JULIAN The Doctor said the fever fell in my son's eye. He the thieves, worked up the case, and Wedresulted burned it as a candidate for Representative of Franklin Inn: of the with caustic, which last three in the total months his member. For the nesday afternoon he and Officer John Dean oounty in the next Legislature, subject to the right eye has begun to fail him. I was advised by arrested Coley Chiles and Nelson and Dan action of tho Democratic party. Dr. Sweeney and Dr. Skillman to have his left eye cut out, and that I had better go to Dr. Williams, in Tompkins on' the charge and lodged them Cincinnati, to have it done. 1 took him to Dr. WilFOR KEOISTER. bur, who removed his left eye completely, and I am in jail, compelled to tay without pain. I do not hesitate to We are authorized to onnounoo NAT. P. PORstate that Dr. Wilbur is a blessing to our city of Lexnicely and has a ington, as my son Is getting Bant bought Early Rose and TER, of Woodford county, former traveling good appetite, notwithstandingalong having undergone his agent for the old Transylvania Printing Com- such a severe operation, which I think is the only "White Star" potatoes in Michigan pany and tho Yeoman Office, as a candidate for one of the kind ever performed in our city. oross-iye- d R for several years with an feeling and a pain in my left side near my heart, that was so severe at times I thought 1 should lose my breath. My stomach nnd back also bothered me quite bad, and I also had a bad pain low down across mc. I have doctored with a great many physicians in Lexington but none of them seemed to do mo any good. I consulted Dr. Wilbur at the Ashland House, and ho told me tho cause of all my trouble, and that he could euro me in 15 weeks, and although I havo only been taking his medicine about three weeks, I feel like a new womin, and I am gaining strength every day. I would advise nil who aro sick not to despair until you have tried Talk is cheap but theie is no flour equal Dr. Mllbur, as he can cure you. Miss Aonks Mukfs. to J. E. M. Don't let auxbody talk you into Ashland Houid office, March 5, 1883. paying us much for an inferior flour as you hnve to pay for J. E. M. Fiice $4 00 per Cancer With Pour Roots Drawn Out by a Plaster Without Pain 100 pounds. The facta aro these: For about two years I have been troubled with a bunch on my nose which gradual),) grew larger, and at times very Skinny Men. began to discharge. I called "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health painful, and who immediately pronounced on Dr. Wilbur, and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, cancer or supus, and said it could bo drawn it a out Sexal debility. SI. with a plaster, which I consented to have done. The doctor applied the plaster, which commenced to draw at once, nnd in nbout fiftcon Announcement minutes he rouiovoJ the plaster and with a dull knife lifted tho cancer out nith four long roots FOR SHERIFF. still attached to it. I must confess it is far suCOLWe aro authorized to announce 0. E. perior to the knife, as it gives no pain, and is LINS nu n enndidnto for Sheriff of Franklin tully as effectual. Mr. B. Houlihan, county, subject to the action of tho Deuiooratic Main street, Lexington, Ky. party. P. S. My son, P. IV. Houlihan, the stove Wo aro authorized to announce LESLIE dealor, was present, and saw tho cancer, roots COLLINS a candidate) for sheriff, subject to II ml all complete. Democratic action. Cross-Eye- s of Nin Years Made Case of Six Weeks Standing Cured by Dr. Wilbur. I hare been troubled e Neck-chain- s, Charms, Repairing all-gon- COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, And other articles usually found in a jewelry store. Call and see me. neatly and promptly executed. first-clas- s Dec, 22-i- T. J. SHEPARD. NOW FOR THE NEW YEAR R. K. McCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of 3reu:n.03r CIGAR CASES, G-ood- s, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, ODER CASES, "WEITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. All The ': Popular Journals, SUCH AS itute-me- nt , CHATTER BOX ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, .'? Register of tho Land Office, subjeot to the aotion. Consultation of thaDemooratlo party. p. m. free, Office John Dinbbm. hour from 10 a. m. to 6 mar. 31-- Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. Mta3tf 3 , llnr,)i)')H JWlimm'i.' ' 'lli' , at. J- n.il.JjiH i, it, l. ,i...li,hLbi, ir - ii ulr iirtMBfoaiwiltlfit'tft'''--'"- ifiillfwiiMliMlMiiHiiiiiJ iMiiimmmnMmKMKm .ijhSJfw FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 'Rough on Rats." ClenrHont rats, mice, ronclies, flies, nnts, xktinka, chipmunk, gophers. 2oc. Druggists bed-bug- Hardin's Bottom, Henry County. Parties are too numerous to mention. Mr. Johnson Ellin is quite sick, but is some better nt this writing Mr. V. II. .Johnson's school expired Tin the Dtli, inst , tinil fiom ulint I enn lenm he jnve uenrml satisfaction. - M,r r George Eveis, Louisville, says: "Isttffered Mr. Victor Way, formerly ol tin's county with dvspepsia and other ills, and Brown's but now a resident o( Carroll, spent several Iron Bitters gave me permanent relief." days in tnis neighborhood the pint week. Rev. Erf. Stivers preached nt the in this viriuitv Sunday night to quite a huge and attentive audience. school-hous- e John K. Hedrick has rented the old Henry farm and will remove to it in a few days nnd try baching there, although it is said there can be ghosts seen there nt nil times through the night. Yet the wicked tlec when no man pursiieth. Attorney Win, Cromwell, of Frankfort. spent la- -t rriday night with the family of Ksqtiire Milton Wigginton. He speaks in flattering terms of our villc and its people. Sonic' of our young Indies think Mr. Cromwell quite good looking, Mr. James Sinither, of Truesville, Owen county, is very low with typhus fever. Mr. Richnrd Sinither it seems is dooWd to have trials grevions to be borne, ns he has lost three of his children in a few years and this will be the fourth one, nnd Dr. Qunrls said there's not much hope of his recoverv. J. K. H. Monterey, Owen County. THE NEWSPAPER! NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. i- - h n , . PeaksMm. Mr. W. W. Uiivkin, of Springfield. Ills , is now a resident ot thi vicinity. He Look out for your taxes. is prcpntin; to till the on the llawkiti" of Scolt Miss Lizzie Church is quite sick. farm. He was formerly a county. Miss Mar.' Bacon is teaching school nt Rev. Frank Thoumo, who ha care of the Peak's Mill." the GttcMville Church, preached there on Willard Winter has been quite ill for last Sunday and will do so again on ne.st 3d, severaj days. Lord's day. Come in and heat him, lor lie We regret to announce the departure of ii a very goi'd expounder o the sctiptures. Mr. Arch Tuplett, which will take place Mnsrs. Raland nnd Curtis Evins sold soon. their crop ol tobacco, consisting ol about The 'farmers have all ceased work for a 12 000 or ri.1.000 pounds per 10 per hundred to Forinan ii Co , Monterey. They while, on account of the little winter we nre the champion tobacco rtuscats in this have. country. There will be preaching at the school The whistles of the steamboats rin.j house, in Peak's Mill, the Saturday before through these hills and hollows everyday, the first Sunday in April. to the joy of the people. It makes them Misses ClaudieSullivan nnd Lizzie Church think of by gone days when the whistle of were the gue-t- s of Mis-e- s Katie and Laura a lioat as so cheering. 1 tell you the Hockensniith last week. Fannie Frme is a handsome little boat, and The Bloomington correspondent states Hie has many warm friends in this part of the world. Captain Pence is the man for that their blacksmith can make or repair anything from n jews harp to a ship anus and we will ship our height with him. chor. ' If you want anything neatly made I see, that there has been an "educational except a locomotive go to Jackson & Co., convention called to meet in Fraukloit on near here. VnuY Seldom. thefith ol April to consider the tducational situation in Kentucky, and sincerelv hope We thought we were too late until we that the readeis of the Horxii.mouT, or all who feel an interest in this eaue will give saw thcadveitiseinent of Kendall's Spavin it a cordial welcome. Let us turn out in Cure. such force as to convince Legislators nnd Congressmen that is real live, active sentiMiss Hal lie Herndon has commenced the ment in the Stute which they would do well erection of another her lot on to heed. We must organize ami keep up Second street, near Shelby. an agitation which shall make itself felt throughout this Comimvenlth and carry Bloomington. with such force as to bring the people in each community to vote the needed tax and Jese Mos is dangerously ill nt his home to stir their Representatives at Franktort to near this place. work diligently for the aid which in right and justice we nre entitled to. Mr. Dan. Glnnton and wife were the gnets of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bates last Sunday. J. R F. Jacob Corbett. infant child of Mr. W. W.H.Clarke, Louisville, Ky., says: "I have suffered from dyspepsia, and have tried II. Pickett, has been quite sick for several Brown's Iron Bitters. I am once more days. injbelf." Job Smith is the bos gardener in this neighborhood. Hecontemplates furnishing Wierginton. Frankfort with early vegetables. A dispatch has just announced the death Mrs. Wyatt Parker is still very sick at her of Moses Long, a former resident of this home in this place. place, but has been living in Indiana for the Miss Sallie Jones is quite sick at her past year or two. home in our village. AunlBetsv Toomj.an nged maiden lady, who has been living in the family of Capt. The llockeiisinith nnd Riddle wedding failed to take place lor leaaons unknown John R. Gay for the past flO or (50 years, is confined to her loom nnd bed with no prosThe old school house burned Monday pects of an eaily recoveiy. week. The general remark is, I am glad It is not generally known that the veneraMr. Willis Wiley, ol our village, spent Inst ble Capt. J no R. Gay, when a young man, Sttlimiay in the Stamping (J round, Scott was distinguished as n writer editor o! county. no small pretentious. He was the contemAmos Kendall and other Mr. Frank Hedrick and Mi Suie porary of distinguished themselves in noted that Abrams attended meeting at Mt. Vernon men that day and age of (he journalistic world. last Sundav. re.-ide-tit Cincinnati this week. Mr.-J- . A. Head is visiting friends in Frankfort this week. Mr. Geo. Hnrdin has returned from a week's visit to Peak's Mill. Born. To the wife of David Denringer, jr., Thursday, the 25th, a son. Rev. J, Wnldrop will preach hero Sunday afternoon, the 1st at three o'clock. Piof. Gpo. T. Hickman paid n flying visit to the Forks of Elk horn Saturday. Mr. J. D. Gray is still quite ill. His brother, Sam Gray, is at present with him. Miss Sallie Byms, who has been attending school nt Pewee Valley, has returned home. Elder Lockhnrt preached an excellent sermon last Sunday. Subject "The Resurrection." Fnrewell March, 1SS3. You came in like a lamb and wc hope you will in like ' manner retire. Miss Hnllie Head, who has been visitiug the family of Mr. Jimmie Ilnrrod, returned home Inst week. Monday being court day nt Owenton. n great many ot our citizens attended court and also public speaking. Walter Schoollield has returned to our town, and is clerking for W. D. Hardin, and will be glad to see his old friends. Messrs. J. A. Ireland and J. J. Thom-so- n arrived in Monterey last Friday, and their familiar faces nre once more seen in the dry house of Head A: Bro. Mrs. Dick Barnes, who has been confined to her bed tor some time, died Sunday morning, the 2oth, nnd was hurried Sunday evening. She leaves six little children to mourn her loss. Father, brother, and children, you have our heartfelt sympathy in your great bereavement. Pickings. hu-ban- Farmers are bringing in their tobacco. Rev. J. A. Head made a business trip to ABLE, Ghesaceak ! anil HflilffiM! ) KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR JUL Editor), Tho Courlcr-Journnl, WASHINGTON. riHPl. the m ' A HEW YORK. (Hknhv Wattkhson, ONLY y nnd nutrry. contain tho .strongest editorials, the most complete mminnry of tho news nf tho world, tho beet tolegrnphiu and general correspondence, full turf and stock reports, market farhion reports, Tnlmngn's sermonr, splendid original serial stnrins nnd novulttes, poetry, department for children, nnwcrs ole. etc.: in a word, everything to ninkc it a doiignt to tho family, the mechanic, nnd the laborer. Specimen copies and full descriptive premium circulars will bu gent freo of ehnrgc to any one on application. Subscription term, postigo free, nre for Dully, $12; Sunday, 2; Weekly, SI 50. is by circulation nnd reputation tho A'cimpnprr of tho Hcprcuculnlite South. Ah ii rclinlilc nnd vnlunhlc newspapor, it Im a no superior in tlii? country or in tliu world. It rankes cnrneH, vigorous war on tho Protective Ttirilf Kuliherr nnd Mormon Polyg umy, two evils Mint Might tho prosperity mid morn lily of tho United Stnteo, It Is nblo, bright PULLMAN NEW, SLEEPING CARS ron LINE RUNNING ' A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. p, WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PASr TEAINS POK $j Any one sending four yearly fuberlhers nnd 60 will be entitled to an extra copy of tho Weekly Courier-Journone year lreo to any address. Address al NEW TORE. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO W. N. HALDEMAN, President Cnurier-Journnl f,'o., Louisville, Ky. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND MAIL LETTINGS. Notice to Contractors! Post" Office Department, ALL a For tickets nnd further information npply to your nenrest tioket-ofllcor address James C.Krnst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH. H. V. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., o, l I 'I Richmond, Vjrcinia. d, Washington, D. C, March ist, 1883. 1 Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of April 21st, 18S3, for carrying the mails of the United States upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and tlSVILLElfeNASHVTrR.R. store-room.o- n SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong? You can continue feeling miserable and good for nothing, and no one but yourself can find fault, but if you are tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. ' TO "THE departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN1 July ist, 1883, to June 30th, 1884. POLLMAN FUME Lists of routes, with schedules of FROM LOUISVILLE TO arrivals and departures, instructions Nashville, Memphis, to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant UU Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah; Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. Postmaster General. lt How? By getting" one bottle of Brown' Iron Bitters, and taking it regularly according to directions. Mansfield, Ohio, Nov.'sfi, i8Sx. Gentlemen : I have suffered with pain in my side and back, and peat soreness on my breast, vUh shooting pains all through my body, with great weakness, depression of spirits, and loss of appetite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prominent physicians for my liver, kidneys, ana spleen, but I got no relief. I thought I would try Brown's Sitters; I have now taken one bottle and a half and am about well pain in side and back all gone soreness nil out of my breast, and I have a good appetite, and am gaining in strength and flesh. It can justly be called lax king of mediants. T. March, i-- 6t. O. HOWES, Postmaster General. EMIGRANTS will America Ahead! ricoirn special low rntf-For Routns, Rates, lime, tto., see 13. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORK, Q. P. & T. A., s r :? S";s Louisville, Ky. nl nMiU.A KENDALL S) 'VU - ?71 r John Bates, ., left Monday for GallaBrown's Ibon Bitters is & tin county in company with his attorney, composed oflron in soluble Mr. John W. Rodman, to look after his law Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters form; Cinchona the great suit, in which some sixty or seventy thousand dollars nie involved. Should ho suctonic, together with other BSyPlain mid Decnrntive Paper Unitying ceed, ns it is thought by many he will, his standard remedies, making a dpi'cinlity. brothers ami sisleiswill doubtless leconi-pencMisses Bettie and Alice Wigginton, o a remarkable Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly him handsomely for all his trouble, attended to. April Elmville, were the guests of MinEIIH Hal' tonic, which will cure DysInst Sunday, as were also Messrs. Villie This district heretofore has not been pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, are annu-,"Wigginton and II. T. Davis TJ irTDT5T'Ti ' hoin.inds piominent in bringing forwaid her own cititheir victims, Weakness, and relieve all JDrVr.ll ,1 a"y robbed of happiness and lives prolonged, zens for position, nor in inaugurating any ,n 1, 1, The Elmville boys have fquite a novel lmmt Lung and Kidney diseases. health restored by use of the great way of taking their girls lidinj;. When other pioject ol a political or public not, however, because she feels no horses nre scarce they hitch themselves to a GERMAN interest in matter affecting her people or spring wagon and make things lively. Which positively and permanently cures I M POthe public, but solely on uccount of the exMiss Lucy Gayle, of Minorsville, Scott treme modesty of her citizens. She now, TENCY (cauM.U by chesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and nil diseases that follow a county, is the guest of Miss Julia Estes in thus far in advance, desires to lay aside this as loss of energy, loss of tendency of our village. Miss Cayle has captured the modesty and sugge-- t to the whole district memory, universal lassitude, pain in the Lack, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other heart of one of our most fascinating young and particulatly to Franklin county, that in diseases that lead to consumption and a premature men. grac. W3T Send for circulars with testimonials the selection of a succes-o- r to our present free by mail. The INVJGORATOR is sold at $1 Mr. Hiram Devour, late of our neighbor- nine ami emcieni senator, tne lion. I;. L. box, or six boxes for $5, by ail druggists, or will Ecr Moore, the name ol one ol Franklin's most free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of hood, is with W. S. McCord, of Gratz, Owen price, by nddressing 1". J. CHENKV, 113 Adams st., county, and Willie P. Wigginton expects to worthy sons, Gen. Scott Brown, a gentleToledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, JONES BROS., Proprietors. move soon, as everything seems lonesome of man in every way worthyand well qualified, Kor sale by having served the district once before with late. Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work tor JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, entire satisfaction to his constituents and n Mies Sal lie A. Long and Mr. J. S. honor to himself. We nre satisfied that SOUTH HID Hi. were the guests of Miss Ella Hall Inst the neoule ot Franklin will be "11111 nf nn Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, MuezIo Loading Sunday. They speak in fluttering terms of opportunity to show their appreciation of STEAM GAUGES, Guns from 93.00 the good looking youngsters of our neighbor mm as a geuiiemairanu upt Breech Loadhood. Nll'PKR. BRASS riTTINSS OF ALL KINDS, IC. ing Onus from ledge Rev. John T. Benton preached to a 0.00 up Revol. "Buchupaiba." Contracts for New Work in ar.y pan and attentive audience at Mt Vernon vers from aoc.Bpi 11 o'clock, a. in., subject Church Sunday nt Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid of the State. EuolosestrnpfoH8pageIUuatratec1 Catalogue. "Is baptism essential to salvation." II is ney, Bladder. and Urinary Diseases. 91. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets. , PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., sermon was the best 'effort of his life. Druggists. Ylttafewrgh,? norm aiae, rranitiort, Ky. April E-q- Prof. Joseph Wigginton is attending Prof A pplegule'h school, near the Stamping (iroiiii-1- Scott county. S. N. Hodges and family, of Peak's Mill, were the uueMoof Equiie Milton Wigginton cevjjral das this week. Mr. James Btidges attended com t at Owenton last Monday. He says stock of all kinds sold at good prices. A good looking lady nsked the Postmaster heic the other day, how he sold three-cen- t postage 'tamp-- , and he liled to inform her, he was so coulu-std- Joseph , William F. S. could stand the no longer and on hist Satuiduy night, niter a hind day's work, wnitingon custodiers, went in quest of the fair one or oiks. Let this be as it may, he seems better contented now. Suppose he found they). Oh, you naughty girls, you should not stay about the r'aer so long. And uspcu-- e 2:05 FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. John K. Allendeb. iSE TOR IT! 17-3- BUY ITM TRY XTIU Tho inohl HticccHsful Komedy ever discovered a. it is certain in its effects and does blUur. READ PROOl' IIELOW. PT"! & Co., 1 J not march EGBERT SON, Saved him $1,800 Adams, N. Y. Jan. 30, 1883. (Until Having used a good deal of your Kendall's Spa in Cure with great 1 thought I would let you sULtexs, know what it has done for me, '1 wo years ago Iliad as speedy a colt .ib was ever raised in Jefferson County. When I was breaUng him, he kicked over the cross bar and got fast and tore one of his hind legs all to pieces.. I employed the best farnerh, but they all said he was (.polled. He had a very large thorough-piand I used two bottles of our Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it took the bunch entirely ofT, and he sold afterwards for Si Boo (dollars). I liave ustd it for bone spavins and wind galls, and it has always cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I have recommended it to a good many, and they all say it does the work. I was in Whherington & Kneeland's drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very fine picture you sent tlicin. I tried to buy it but could not; they said'if I would write to you that you would send me one. 1 wish you would, and I will do you all the good I can. Very respectfully, E. S. Lyman. Dr. n J. Kendall . e non-alcoho- lic iC-- tl n ' off-rave- s cLar-acte- r, lNVIGORA'OR felf-almt- FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HUMAN FLESH. , Rob-iso- GUNS 1 Vevay. Ind.. Aug. iath, 1881. ti'i pB..J.KBNrjALL&Cp., Gcnts:-Sam- plc of clr. culars received! Please send me some with my Imprint, printed ouone side only. The Kendall's Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only loraniinals, but for human ailmentsalso. Mr. Jos. Vorls, one of the leading farmers in our country, sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of the remedy for horsey, tried it on himself, and it did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very short order. Yours respectfully, C. O. Thibdand, ' Price $ per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. All druggists have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Di?. B, "d f" uu,KredcSar.E,MbUrgh " r " y io-- ti SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . " !.. .1': . iV AJ Xi tiAnUI'i teA .' ':.i .4 4'4tmrt$ . v , 1 A - u .y, . i ' t. '.L.UfcJ