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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR V-- :ij v. r nr 'ki m GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT I'ercontf desiring a first clais meal flhouhl call nt the rcvluitriiut of Dan. Meagher, jr., on Ann street. KY., APRIL 28, 1883. Number 32. 7 BITER PACKET Large line of Irish trimmings nt Uunynn's. WE HAVE "Belle Point. Dr. Mr. Thou. Denkins is visiting his brother, 11. W. Denkins, at Sweet Home. in Mt. Zion. THM STEAMER FANNIE FREESE Will rccolvn ami forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and nil points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS and to all points North, East and West. WILL GIVETHROUBH RATES BILLS OF LADING while. Election talk n nil over. Several toburco beds were washed nwny by the heavy rains. Mr. Dunne Shhlutli Ihih the best lot of liuiili- - in thi.i part ol the county. Everybody wants to know who Fiitz R Keep jfuebsiuir, you will jiness riht after a Mr. Ben. F. Flulelt is buying calves, pay-iii'- ,' tilteeu dollars (or anything that can Miss Sallie Ziegleris visitim: relatives the Pleasant Midge neighborhood. SURPRISED OURSELVES We Have More Than Doubled OUR SALES DURING THE PAST MONTE - iii V Mrs. dipt. Pence, who has been sick for n week or more, is able to go about the room. Judjie W. L. Pence went to Lexington Thursday on busine8 connected with his Mr. awyndr. bleat. Will lcnvo Frankfort for Louisville evry 9 o'clock, Tuesday and Friday morning, at The last crop of tobacco of this ridge , and returning loavo Louisville fur Frankfurt, owned by Mr. V. P. Chirk, was 'fold every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at I week lot a pood pi ice. o'clock. apply to For rates and infortn-ttioThe election parsed oir at Benson with one big light, one iittle light and Led. C'ol-Iii- ih LEW. CHURCH, Agent. a majoiity ol lorty. Frankfurt, Ivy. W'eleain that one more mile is to be who lm been very ill at Mrs Todd's, at Lake Park, lor some time, is improving. James Clint-- , lat on the Point Friday morning, in a new light spring suit. Jno. E. .Tones, of skating rink lame, whs . . Or S. V. Fon.09, mar 3 tf. Matter. ss Blue-Gra- Nurseries. The Champion Saw Mill hns bought nbout eight tliouVind loss and is turning nut about twentythousnnd feet ol lumber added 10 the Benson pike. Why not give daijy. We don't want any us three more miles? The Steamer Fannie Frepe enme up with night another hnce dainagu lor wliete il inns. One good citi- Thursday zen sins il it sliikes l.is chimney lie will trip and returned Friday morning with n move il out of the u:i and ask 110 damgood loud. She is the boat to patronize. ages. neigh-boihoo- -- 1 ; X tobacco I am goiiiL' to act the Melliodist l shouting." "Ves." says Mr. Methodist, "and il I get a little price lor my crop 1 Thuisday night will be the regular council am going to act the Baptist In gelling ns meeting. A full attendance is .H. F. HILLENMEYER, drunk." Fum. the question of iaiing the tax will be Lexington, Ky. feb 24 2m George L. Hoey, Louisville, sav: "1 brought before the meeting. The amount used Biown's lion Bitters, and il gave me of taxable property is about $.0,00(), of 1882, and at to the almost immediate and great relief Irom the low rate of ."50 cents per hundred only DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY amounts to 150. if it was nil collected, which is never the case. All ol this is paid Bridgeport. nut in holding ehctious, salaries ot die See. Now there are Clerk and Mr. W. F. Russell has been in Louis- - new streets to be opened, others to be mac No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank' Building. p ville this week. ndamized. new walks to build, and the E. & u insalaiies Lester Terry has about recovered from Cleik and Marshal want their creased, as 1 am infoinied they only get cordially invito you to call and examine my his recent illness. I PLANINU .CROMWELL, . $12 ami $20 per annum respectively. Raise Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Foxes in abundance in this section. Trot the tax. dogs, boys. Attdrney-at-LawTRANKrORT, KY out our MAIN STREET, Bloomington. Having recently added to his Establishment Mi. J. D. Parrent has been quite sick for 6ep3 tf. AND some time, but is better now. First-ClaTinning Mill, Who is the young ninn in the neighborMiss Sallie Hussell has returned home hood that is studying the dialect of Is now prepared to furnish oil kinds of fioin a isillG lelatives in Frankloit. snakes, dogs, &c? Will practice in the courts of F.nnklln and the adjoining counties, and will also special Pu.-- s Scolleld and her daughter, A certain gentlemen in the community Mis. nttcntion to the purchase and sale of real estate, He collection of rents, olnluts, nnd tho negotiation Alma, have lieeu quite ill lor a week. tor a buggy and harness Mii of loans. Office opposite Court House. one of the best horse in the ALSO Sevirul ladies and gentlemen, of this nlieady owns looks like he means business. June country. This vicinity, foini a lisliins: pi.rty at Black's IN BULK AND PAPERS, Scroll Work. Stair Work & Turning pond Evervonp. so far ns we hiivx heard nn Gotten ,ut In the Beft Style. I Belle Crockett is the unest of expression, is desiious to have Mr. Thod. Miss Anna Mnv 15 tf. GUARANTEED accept the position of superintend her Mhter, Mi". Zeuadii Kiik, ol Frank-foi- t, Sullivan ant of our pi o posed Sunday school. In this week. JUST KEClilVUD BY ALSO our judgment Mr. S. would be the lie.- sea fit .a Archie Dupity arrived here from Detroit, lection that could be made. bcvti Michigan. Inct Wednesday, and will reside inevitable n heic in the huuie. The suit nt law which few weeks ag,o, between two of our citizen" Willie Mic Julian Bailey and Miwhich mention was made in thi- - column, Ilawk'iii'- - visited iheii friend, Mk Anna of we nre glad to say, has been amicably Wedne.-d.iy- . Blakeuioie, at Puiington last will doubt " remain o. unlc-i- s Dr. W. Lee Ciulcher was called to Lex we aie visited hv another Hood, in which inaiou last Wediu'sihiy to attend his lather event it may be resurrected again. ST. CLAIR STREET, who it was thought was inadving condi! iiii!(ly cpr Let as many Demociats as can from this 'x u- - 1110M is MtceeHHliilelicits and SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. tion. certain in its does - l!4 district attend the mass meeting in Frank- dUcincrec! .is it I'KOOr' IIEI.OW. F.The candy pulling nt Mrs. Hebeccn fort, called for Satuiday, the fith day ol blister. RKAD MAIV and BROADWAY Crockett's last Fridav night was a mmiicc Mav, for the purpose of selecting delegates of much I'lijojment to the young pcoph ol to attend the State Convention to he held Keeps oonstnntly on hind this section Arams, N. V. Jan. 30, iS$i in the city ol Louisville on the Ifith for the & Co., (Jents. HaMii UstfJ a clothes, donskins, ana now. KfmiM. Dk. H purpoe of selecting a candidate for Govern- good ileal J. jour Kendall's bpivin Cure with grt.it Mr Win. Scollehl ami Miss Bcllie of or and other State officers. est stales of fancy French success, thought I would let urn know what it ln attended the miiiriage of Mr. wo )e.us ago I li.id a speedy a colt done for me, I was Win. Bilker and Mis Kate Katelill'at c.i4iniero. Ho Is prepared Owing to the rain Inst Sunday there was as wasexer raised in Jefferson County. When got breaking him, he McWed uvor tin: cross bar last Wednesday. nothing done toward the organization of a fist and tore one of his hind legs all to pieces.andI emto iiiiiko them up on short said he was Inf. returned home Suiidnv School, as announced Ins weel , ployed the hot farriers, but tKy Mrs. Katie Hus-e- ll notioo, and give perfect fitlarAliorough-piand I n ncc- - spoiled. He had a vcr KendTnl's ID r.SCOMMEHDED BY gHYSICIAKB. from a week's isit to friends in Fuiukfoil, The weather permitting nnd no Spavin Cure, and used two bottles of your ting garment?, stylish and , much to the gratification of a certain deut occurs, the school will be organized it took the bunch cutirel) off, and he sold afterwards OUAJBS and Sunday, evening, the 2(.)lh, nt .1 for fiSco dollars), 1 have used it for bone spavins Catarrh of the Nasal comfortable. benedict in this vicinity. or Uloeratlvei Catarrh INTERNALLY, and " & o'clock, p. m., nt which time everybody in and wind gills, and it has always cured completely Throat. It la taken Mr. Snot Kent and wife, and their two the neighborhood that 'is friendly to the and left the leg smooth. DIRECTLY upon the Blood-anacta It is a splendid medicine for rheum itism. I have sons, Everett and Ernest, of Clay village, enterprise is invited to be piesent. Muooua Surfaoo of th System. It recommended it to a good many, and thej all say it In the Is the best Blood Purifier does the work. I was in Witherington & Kucclaud's were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J. W. WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la drug store, in Adam, the other day and saw a very Tt seemH. judging from that poetical efcharged for It, for THAT alone. Branch the HM of the week. tried to buy it tine picture you sent them. DEALER IN 3:221 Nipper, which appeared but could not; they said if would write- - to von that fusion dedicnted to Hev. L. II. Snlin, pf Owen county, in Inst week's Roundabout, that our strict vou would scud me one. I wish ou would, and cube for catabbb oinr I the preached nt this place lat Sunday night. ure on the name that is sometime given to will do ou allVery good can. K. S. L man. respectfully, tariM THIS HARKi;Tja Hev. T. J. Stevenson, of Fiankfort, was this beautiful eden of ours has raised the And we offer One HundredDollara for any prespnt and insisted in the services. The ire of one of thoso cunning Tigeritei-- . Oase of Catarrh It will not Cure. Will sell at the very lowest figures former will preach here uuniu Friday night, With n constant desire never to incur the WILL OUBK AMY CASK. OIS Office of A. T. Stewart & Co. May the 4'.h. displeasure of one of those uncaged aniChioaoo, 111 , Juno 4, lbSO. , Vevay, Ind., Aug. 12th, t83i. TrT 1 Co., Toledo, O. Metre. F. J. Cheney pleasur? Informlnc you entered the residence of Esq. mals, we hope to be pardoned for saying Some one T)ii. 11. I. Kfndali. & Co.. Gents. .Sample ot cir- in aentlemen:- -l take wo fail to see where or how the patent Please send me some with received! that I have used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It has J. B Uussell last Sunday night, while that that of our neighbor or any other evi- my imprint, printed on one side only. '1 he Kendall's don t hesitate to jjentleinnn was at chinch, but owing to the gnto cured mo I was very bad-a- nd Snavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not C. D. say that It will cure any case of Catarrh U takes should aiuuiais, ouiior unman ir. js, lad that his wife was at home the burglar dences of progress in the community prose or only torone of the leading aiiiiiciiisaisu, country, Yuuro truly, properly. Voris, farmer, in our was Irigliteued nwny without accomplishing be uspd as nn argument either in and knowing the value of 3DB3KTTIST, poetry in favor of holding on 'to a name sprained au ankle badly;tried it on himself, and it did fTOSTH BIO A BOTTUB. his purpose. the remedy for horses, Mcmuy. Jackacn, Mich., wrltrt Hare had .Ji. which Is only calculated to impress one with far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in Catarrh for 90 yeare. Hail'a Catarrh Cure cured very short order. IYM fearful forebodings, &c, &o. bottle. ne. CoMider It worth ilO.00 aTScte wr bottle. C. O. TlllEUANli. Yours resuectfllllv. Wantku. To borrow $1,000. for one year. Drorfatsjit NlPl'ER. (Successor to Dr. T. L, Taylor.) $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. All druggists Price MMUfictured aadaoraV F XCHKItBY & 00. Will give mortgage on 'unincumbered real have it or can get it for vou, or it will be sent to any Bale VroprletorsiTOUCDO, OHIO. addresi on receipt of price by the proprfetors, UK. 11. Can be a. ra. to estate worth twice the amount, to secure No mud or dirt tracked into the house if J. Kkndall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. Send for m. ready found at bin office from 8J woVk to 5 p. to do all kind of dental For Sale by the payment of same. For information apply tho Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For Illustrated circular. entire satisfaction of those who may ohoin to JOS. LkOOMPTE, DRUGGIS, patronise him. jalylS-lSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. this office. sale by Whitesides & MoEvvan, South Frankfort. 0otl8-l- y de-ir- ed A conversation took place in our fine Mock of Fruit imtl sometime ago, between two eliuruli AXumitmuliv Clmpe Vine-- . Apani-ji- inciiibuis, one a JJaptist iml the other u Plant' Mint Mtunll Kiuit is oU'eteil thin Methodit, oei the price they expected to V hut pell get employ no iisiuntx, Sprint!. Mr. lor their tobacco. "Well," direct to the planter. In iwhlitiou to cn-o- Baptist, '"it 1 get a great big piiuemis my tor o have iained one devoted catalogue exclusively to Strawberries, of which we huve a tiirfjniflctit stock. Catalogues on application'. Addretf. Jr. W. Roberts, while coupling can nt Bagdad lat Sunday week, got hi arm badly mashed. He is going about but not able to go to work vt. Mr. Sam. Partee, of South Finnklort, and Miss Annie Quite were Minified Wednes day evening, at TV o'clock, at the risideime of Mr. L A. Moore. We expect to do still better, and have marked our fine goods of known value still less. The prices surprise ourselves, but we bought cheap, and if you desire the same, come soon. Everything in Solid Silver, Silver Platedware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Knives, Porks, and Spoons, and everything you desire, either in Gold or Silver. W. S. DKHONEY dys-pjpsi- OTIS W. SNYDER, MILL. ,'.T DRY GOODS, 1 M.ii-lia- LEXINGTON, KY. WK; , l, SEW J. M. WAKEFIELD ' LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED FRESH. ss Baal Estate Agent, 2i-ly. i'- - to-dn- -t KENDALUS --i :vj vg VICE'S FLOWER SEED, 1 - Y. BERBEEICH, w'J le-- -- JOE LeCOMPTE'S Mocliant Tailor, BKTWEEN 1-- HALL'S Caylty-Chronlo Saved him $1,800 1 I is . ! i V h Bug-da- d .111 tin-ee- n 1 ? fel)3-(lu- i. d W. J. OHINN, 1 omui 1 1 ' ;w vm M : 1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. HUMAN FLESH. v. ALL KINDS OF COAL t FOR J. C A. S BUSH, D. S.. PRANKPORT, - $ y 45W' '"sSsP sJ rf V lt IV. t e Frankfort roundabout, 5 i toro'dattho e nt Frankfort, Kcntuoky a second class raailablo matter. post-offic- :; i GEORGE A. LEWIS, '. W' 'th it-- Sd.lt or aa.d. Ea.'blili.r. APRIL 28, 1883. FRANKFORT, , Plenso benr in mind thnt the blue poneil mark X on yonr paper indicates that the time for which von have paid linn expired and you are requested to call around and settle. An enormous stock of Hamtmrps . u'-- i at W. Mr. George R. Ilarris and wife, of Salem, Massachusetts, are visiting Mrs. II. 's sister, Mrs. E. C. Went, South Side. county had two murders this Anderson Mr. Ernest Hughes left for Louisville week and Mercer one. Wednesday, where he has gone into business with his brother, Mr. Chns, Hughes. Mnttle Baker, Louisville, says: "Brown's dipt! Geo. T. Stagg and wife, of St. Iron Bitter Iihs given me complete lelief Louis, who iinve been visiting Hon. E. II. dyspepsia and general depression." from Taylor, Jr., lelt for home Thursday morning. The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper Miss Cora Allison, who has been visiting and better than n door mat. For sale by Miss Josie Murphv, in this city, for several V Intimities iV; McEwnn 2few Albany, weeks, lelt lor her home The morning passenger train up yester- Indiana, Thursday. Rev. H. E. Thomas left Wednesday day morning ran over and killed two cows morning for Louisville, to visit relatives, North Benson Station. near and will return irom thnt city,, the first ol At dinner time Wednesdny'all the waiters the week, to his home in Greenwich, New Get Berberich to Ills fits nre the best. make your spring suit. OUR GRAND I SPRING OPENING 1 111 ARCADE WILL COMMENCE ON A.T THE ) T. Runyan's. Kfc. ' -. We are under obligations to Col. R. W. Scott for recent Florida papers. A nt the Capital Hotel struck. Their places were immediately supplied with others. Hon. Jeriey. been ft, M ?if J. W. Lilly, member of the last ' V " Gallatin county, has removed to Minnesota and been elected a Monday night, but those who profess to magistrate at Crookstown in thnt State, know gay the fruit wbh not killed. where he has located. thin okim of ice formed in this locality two Legislatures from &Ev vw A ?t , I 1 :. T f , . h :": no, f m & A , it Fresh bread and cakea everv morning at Mr. Sam Purtee, of this city, and Miss S. Fulis1, St. Clair street. Annie Quire, of Belle Point, were married Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. Mr. Oscar Blakem'ore, of this county, sold Louis A. Moore, in (he latter place, Elder last week, to flen. Thos. A. Harris, a full George Darsic officiating. Hooded Alderny cow and calf for $100. F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's He also sold at the same time a pure blood Capt. John Sprotile, father of Mrs. Judge Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any Alderny cow to Mr. Cozine, of Lawrence-bur- Thos. H. Hi lies, is lving at the point of case of Cutuirh that can't be cured with for $75. death at his home in Woodbury, Warren Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Druggist. county. Judge Hides and (tiniih wcie Mr. Will Roberts, brenkman for the L summoned to his bed side the first of the & X. Railroad in this city, while coupling week. cars nt Bagdad Sunday, had his right foreFon Sale Twine Binding Harvester. I arm caught and badly mashed between the have for sale a Walter A. Wood twine draw heads. Fortunately his injuries were The one story brick warehouse and lot on I which tho sntnc i situated, belonging to M. not sufficient to make amputation necessary, binding harvester. Reason for selling, E. Cnchrm, on the West side ot Lewis street, ad iind it is hoped he will soon be all right need money ami hate no wheat to ,0111 this joining W. H. (5 ray's residence, in Frankfurt. year. Address box 2, Jett, Franklin connFor terms apply to ngain. D.Vi. LINDSEY. ty, Ky. . April 28, 1883 Im. Boy, what ails the hore? It needs KenThe Perfection Boot Cleaner combines dall's Spavin Cure. See their advertisement. both door mat and foot scraper. One moveThe Fannie Freese came up Sunday with ment of the foot over the scraper and l lie heaviest cargo brought up by any boat between the brushes cleans, the mud and Sealed proposals will ho received until 10 in a long time. She was loaded so heavily diit from the sides and sole of the' boot o'clock, u. 111., Snturdny, May 5, 18S3, for that her guards dragged the water, and she For sale by Whitesides k McEwan. building a turnpiko road from the Leestown turnpike to Ducker Station, on the L. C. & I.. was compelled to leave 2j0 barrels of lime A new turnpike is to be built in this Railroad. Plans aud specifications can ho seen nt Louisville. Competition is the life of county, from the Leestown pike to Ducker ut Ducker Station. All bids are to be directed trade but the people are standing by the to E. V, Ayres, President, Duckerlation, Ky. Station. The distance is only a mile, and The right reserved to reject any or all bids. Freese and throwing the bulk of freight to It the work is to be put under contract at her. The Mail Line still have two boats once. Mr. E. W. Ayres, president, advci-tisin the river and nre fighting her hard. in another column of this paper for sealed proposals to construct the work. Messrs Whitesides & McEwan shipped A double cottage frame house, with six rooms, the first of the week a set of furniture to a Miss Sallie Cannon, eldest daughter of located on thi comer of Wilkerson and Mcro pirty living in Leslie county. When a the late Capt. JohnV. Cannon, and Mr. streets; lot 100 by 123 feet. Runts for eighteen man passes through Richmond and Lex John P. Starks, of the firm of Crutcher fc dollars a month. Apply to W. B. SH0WALTER, April South Frankfort. ington and comes to this city to buy goods Starks, were married at the residence of it n pretty good sign that our merchants the bride's mother, in this city, Thursday are selling at the lowest notch. And yet evening, by Elder George Darsie. They l here are people living in tiiis city who will left on the 10:10 p. m. train for their future AGENT FOR THE to Louisville and Cincinnati for goods home in Lexington. Hmiibiirg'Aiiiericiin Mail Line rather than patronize our home merchants. Messrs. J. E. Miles ic ,3ni have taken AN 'How to invest a dollar and make five: out all the machinery of their mill and are Buy a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure, See putting in an entirely new tuitlit and will ALLEN ROYAL MAIL LINE STEAMSHIP COS. ndvt. hereafter Use the roll process altogether. Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. . The heavy rain of Sunday brought up the When the repaits are completed the City ALSO DEALER IN river again Monday morning. A number Mills will be one of the bed appointed esof rafts of saw.logR belonging to parties from tablishments in the country. The chilled the Mountains, who had not succeeded in Steele rolls have been substituted lor the old CHAMPAGNE CIDhJR, selling them, which were insecurely tied up fashioned mill stones. GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. to the bank near the Big Eddy, broke roo-Oiders left at Brewery Oflieo will bo promptly nnuiven-ittThe of the instiand came down stream about eleven o'clock, attended to. and created quite an excitement among the tution ol the Independent Order ol Odd March mill men. Efforts were made to land them Fellows in this country wus celebialed in all, but one was jam bed into the drift pile this city Thursday night by Capital Lodge, '83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 0. The membership assembled at at the Wooden Bridge and several went No. their hall, in the Temple, on St. Clair stieet, over the dam at the lock. The balance at 7.J o'clock, and proceeded to the Bupti.-- t were eecured. Church, where an interesting lecture, givAND THE LOUISVILLE One of the best things we have seen lately ing a history of the institution, rise, and WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L N the perfection boot cleaner. It in a progress o the Order, wus delivered by A. fcraper with two heavy brushes arranged M. Ransom, Esq., Grand Lecturer for the One year for only $2 00, Two papers for behind it in such a manner that in drawing Stute. little more than the prioe of one. sole of tiie boot over the scraper the the By n.ij ing tin $2 00 you will receive for one year Personal. your home piper with the Oourier-.Iournii- l, foot,pa8ses between the brushes, which are the representative newspape of the South, and the Mr. Taylor Morgan, ol Tennesoee, is vis- best, luishtcitt and ablest family Weltlv in the forced against the sides of the foot by United State. Those who desire to examine a samiting relatives in this city. springs and clean all the dirt from the ple copy of the Jourier-louriji- tl caa do so Mr. Wm. French, jr., left .Monday after- at this office. of the boot at the same time the mud is scraped from the sole. Il is a good thing, noon for Springfield, Illinois. Mr. Frank Cannon, of New Oi leans, is and everylady who has to sweep up after visiting his mother in this city. a lot of boys in muddy weather will be Mr. Alfred Grant, of Louisville, visited grateful to the inventor. Whitccides k relatives is this city the fird ol the week. McEwan have it for sale. h & Mrs. F. B. Stnines left Monday afternoon TCn ftrmtimiA in At a colored festival, just over the county for a month's visit to friends in Henderson. r'actasHolicitorafor line, near Alton, Anderson county, SaturTa touts, cavcuta. Miss Lizzie Welch has leturned from an HI BM trademarks, copyrights, etc., for day night, a difficulty arose between a man extended visit to lelatives in New Jeiey. .the United States, and io obtain nat Louts in Canada. England, Franco, by the name Charley Brown, who lived in Messrs. Jackson HefFner and Oliver Heft, I Germany, and all other countries. Andvrson, and an employe at the Kentucky ner, of Sharon, Ohio, are visitini! relatives I 'Tlilrty-l- x year' practice. No chargo lor oxnmiuation of xnodola or drawMilitary Institute, named Jerry Emerson, in this city. ing, Advico by mail l'rco. in which the former was shot and killed by Miss Tillie Vince and Mrs. Ed. Shy, of Patent obtained through ub aro noticed In which baa t lie latter, the ball taking effect in Brown's Jessamine county, are visiting Mrs. Jumes tho SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, most influtho brgost circulation, and Jo tho M. Sallell. bend, just back of the temple, mid passing ential nownpapor ofitHkind published in tho world. Tho ad vantages of hucu a uotico over j Capt. G. Marsh Woods and daughter, clear through the skull. The trouble grtw pntoutoo understands. Miss Eleanor, are visiting relatives in out of Brown insulting a colored belle, to Thialanre and unlendidlv illustrated nowa- Chicago, inporiBpubliahedwBBKIiYat$3.20ayear. whose affections Emerson laid claim. nn in rmmittod to bo tho beat papor dovotod Mr. Jas. M. Jones, of Scott county, to uciouoo, uoonautcB, inTomiona, Emerson invited Brown outside the house Indiana, visited relatives in this citv tlie workB. and other departments of industrial settle the mutter, when the hitter's sitesr first of the wek, to pvngrosH, published in any country. Binglo copies by mail, 10 cents, Bold by all nowa- interfered to prevent him from going, threw Mr. Thos. Heflner, sr., who has been dealers. her arms urouud htm and was holding him confined to his bed fpr.sonie Address, Munn fc Co., publishers of Scion tune, is now in title Amorican. 2G1 Broadway, New York. wiienEmerson fired the fatal shot. il a critical condition. " Handbook about patent mailed free. g, Mr. Ben. Roberts, of this city, who has running on the Mississippi river for several veurs, has quit steamboating and accepted a position in the dry goods house ol Messts. R. Knott & Son, Louisville. Mr. R. S. Starks and wife, Mr. P. P. Pnrrish and wile, Mr. George Dunlap and wiie, Miss Stella Williams, Mr. Joe. Williams, and Mr. George Nnckols, of Midvvav, Mrs. Bettie Rhodes and Miss Eugenia Starks, l Mercer county, and Messrs. Ike Starks and Rom. Payne, of Lexington, came down Thursday altemoon to attend the Stnrksv Cannon wedding. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, APRIL L8TH, 19TH, $ 20TH, IN THE MILLINARY DEPARTMENT. Where we will display the choicest novelties of the season, consisting of the htest IMPORTED BONNETS and HATS in all the new shades. We have paid particular attention to the smallest detail in our selection of this season's novelties, and we will use every endeavor to make this opening in our departments compare favorably with any similar establishment in the country. MADEMOISELLE VOLLIMER is again, with us, and is too well known for her exquisite taste and a knowledge of all the details of this business to require an introduction from us. On the same days, in our FOR SALE OR RENT. - DRY &OODS DEPARTMENT, We will be pleased to show this scas6n's selections in the finest and newest designs of TO CONTRACTORS! IMPORTED AMERICAN SILKS f SATINS, es House and Lot for Sale. Of every fashionable shade aid finish ; also DRESS GOODS of best and finest brands, HOSIERY and KID GLOVES in all shade, of best makes in the profession. We ha e adopted this mode of invitation, in order to reach all our Respectfully, friends, and hope to be rewarded byttheif presence. HAREI8 & HERMANN, FRANKFORT. KY. . t. J. O. MATTER, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. - H LEE & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Cliantcn. Street, ITcrtlieast Cornex, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-l- y Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. MINERAL WATERS. e sixty-fourt- h f. WATER SUPPLY AND Frankfort Roundabout Gr-b.- S in- -i -NJ -1--1..4- UN REPAIR WORK SOLICITED J. H. DAVIDSON", april 21-1 in MAIIST STREET, up-p- er BY OUR SPECIAL POET. Maid of Athens, ere we part, Lean thy head upon my breast, While I tell thy throbbing heart ORUTOHER & STARKS Clothes are best. Yes, not only BEST in the realm of poetry and prose, but BEST IN FACT, as regards STYLES, QUALITY, PRICES, &c. IrOMsI iKJfillEiflH 1 n V 8Pril8 8ite Children. JAilhAlJl Spring Suits for Children. 1 I? A ' - i 1 nV IXiVjJWI A XI L D I? T TiV tf JJ A i I NpringrKnils foP BoyH. Spring Suit for Boys. Spring Suits for Mem Spring Suits for.Men. GOOD-STOCK'- SPRING OVERCOATS!. SPRING OVERCOATS!. ' A GRAND. n . ? v CltTTTCSlilt STARS0, r stfc 1 v t K - ' . ,juJS'L i'.j.jj HKurrTinrVU . c. rf . .vkjbr bit, hlgmiuij, azj CtliAa!& Aomwi&. M&ua&im&wm ES&ft. ' " t f tst,mmnrcaJgSBBE .yAfifei k Z. v.-...11 t'w" 1 I, vrjkiittddBMHHMNflVMBIIriP7v,n li " iTfiMJMfcrtffir naaBarBnM WIR JMCI '.T rtjfjfc !'' i'FS&v- - 7 r;v, .W :? .''H M FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, .V ROUNDABOUT, APRIL 28, 1883. Foil Rent. A dwelling house, opposite depot. Apply to V. Knltciibrnn. '- - .TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October t6, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R, for tliis point. TRAMfe NOIITH, No. t8. . . No. so . . . No. aa . . . Louisville. Leave No, 24. . . 11:37 A.M. 10:27 A.M. 7:00 A. M. 11:03 r. m. 9:55 r. m. 7:20 r. m. 5:48 p. m. 7:05 r- - m. 2:35 r. m. arr.at Frankfort8:3or. m, 5:1s P. M. TRAtNB SOUTH. Frankfort. Leave Arrive at Lexington. ' No. No, No. No. 17 . . . 33 leaves 19 . . . 21 . , . Frankfort, Lexington. 8:15 A, M. 10JJ5 A. 7:00 a. m. Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Lou.nno a. Leave L ave Arrive at Louisville. nection for Cincinna i, arriving there at 12:15, p. m. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving George Wright has opened a there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at rrankfort at 8:30, stnnd in part of the room on the P "' E. P. BRYAN, Agent. St. Clair and Main streets lately Train No, at riving there at M. m. 6:40 p. M. 4:10 p. m. 3:0a p. m, 5:15 p, m. 2:27 P. M. i:to p. M. makes connection for Cincinnati, ar7:15, p. m. Train No. 33 makes con- Foil Rknt Five rooms over Full's confectionery. Apply lo V. Knlleiilirun. S. Fulis' is llie only place you can get a Foil Rkxt, A stimll lnme with two good Pointer. rooms. Apply to airs. 31. u. luitorH. One who knows says that Shubinski's 5 Ncnt fitting nnits arc made by Berherich, cents cicars can't be beat. the .St. Clnir ptreet Inilor. Foil Sai.k Ciihai'. A side hoard, extenNow i'h the lime lor n person to visit sion table, iind piano. Apply at this office. Cincinnati, its the rules both hv the river mid railrond lire gri'iitly, reduced. Ifyoiihavc the Spring fever try Shubinski's Havana cigars, they will cure Bishop Thos. U. Dudley will preach nt you. morning the Episcopal 'Church and administer the rite of confirmation nt Philip Selhurt, the boss jeweler, St. Clair street, near Ilroadwny. night. 11 'to-morr- Thousand are being cured of Catarrh every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure that the doctors bud given up and said could not be cured 75 cents by bottle. Sold Joseph LeCompte, Druggist, South Side. CAPITAL' ART EL Q. GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Grnteber & Starks' White Hail Clothing House,. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. vegetable Tight trousers are in fashion and so are corner of the 5 cent Huvaua cigars at Sliubitiski's. occupied Trv them. Foil 'x URSEST CIRCULATION IN CITY AND GOUHTY by the f to O'.l cent store. desire lo attend the Dramatic Festival at aking no .exceptions or Finest stock of gold and .silver watches, will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, A picture given with every purchase Cincinnati to Ink'; ti pleasant and cheap deviations. My stook of amounting to $1 or more at K. K. McClure Irip. The fare fur the round trip will only jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated ware ever exhibited in the city before at & Bro's. be three dollars. Philip Selbert's. TIN-WAR- E, The price of beef wus jumped from fifMr. Stonewall J. Glenn, of Leesbnrg, Call tttS. Fulis' and get any kind of canteen to twenty cents by the dealer) the first Harrison county, died nt Eminence Col logo is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. of the week. Thursday, ol pneumonia. The remains, in dy you wunt. Just received a large invoice of solid silver, The parlor concert given by the Indies of charge of President Giltuer and a committee of schoolmates of the deceased, passed sterling, fine at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. tlie Presbyterian Church Wednesday night . through this city yesterday en route for was a complete success. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous The best assortment of French candy at Leesburg, where the funeral took place. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. S. Fulis', St. Clair street. The young ladies of the Baptist Church A ditliculty occurred yesterday morning Very respectfully, will give a concert one night next week for Call at S. Fulis' hud get a Pointer. at Burgin Station, on the Cincinnati Souththe benefit of their Church ern Railroad, between lion Phil. B. ThompParties wishing fine goods, such as diaFori Rent. Two new cottages with four son, jr., Congressman from the Eighth monds, fine chronograph and horse timing rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. District, and Walter Davis, of Jlarrodsburg, watches, solid silver, &c, will save money by Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Apply to John Cochran & Co. in which the latter was shot and killed by calling on Philip Selbcrt, the boss jeweler, m the former. There was a woman in before purchasing elsewhere. Reddish and Mrs. MagMr. George H. gie Kennedy, nee Shaw, of this city, were Everything oo to eat at S. Fulis', St. The City Council, on Thursday night, Clair street. married in Lexington Tuesday afternoon. , adopted the plans of Mr. Oscar Cobb, of I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of Fort Rest. Frame cottaue, newly paint- Chicago, for the new opera house. The The best and largest absortment of clocks , ed, papered, and repaired. Has garden and old front is to be made use of, bat consider- at Phillip Selbert's. "Stable attached, apply to Joe. LcComple. ably improved with balcony added, and the TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE Skinny Men. A convention of the common school com- hall is to have a seating capacity of 900, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health missioners of the State has been called to with parquette, dress circle and gallery. and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, assemble in Louisville on the 14th of June. The whole is to coal about twenty thousand Sexnl Next door to the office of Messrs. V. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at dcbilitv. $1. dollars. A gentleman who examined the bloom Announcement. New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in .' W;MWer.of'fruit trees, is of the opinion Tom McKee, who bus already served one former prices. FOU REPRESENTATIVE. writ)Ot injured by the freeze or term in the Penitentiary for horse stealing, and who was wanted in Louisville on Wo .ire authorized to announce A. G. BRAW-NKsuspicion of having committed .a secV. ' as a candidate for Roprosentativo The jury in the case of Thos. Crittenden, ond (Tense lecently in that city, ur.s of In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. Franklin county, subject to tlie will of the o charged with the murder of Rose Mosby, captured at the house of his sister, in at tho August election, 1883. failed to agree on Saturday, and he was this city Tuesday night, by Ollicer Conway. admitted to bail in $2,000. iIay He was taken to Louisville Wednesday FOR REGISTER. morning, but the parties who lost llie horse We are authorized to nnnounce NAT. P. PORMissVenie Herndon has commenced the erection of two comfortable frame resi- failed to identify him, and he was turned TER, of Hoodford county, former traveling agent for the old Transylrania Printing Comdences 011 her lot at the corner of Logan and loose. pany and tho Yeoman Office, as a candidate for Todd streets, known as the old base ball Mr. Edmund Power, who fell from the Register of tho Land Oflioe, subject to the action ground. roof of a church in Danville lust week, was of tho Democratic party. Mr. Taylor Collins, who has been run- brought home Wednesday morning. He ning a meat oto're on the South Side for the is considerably mashed up, his left wrist past two years, has concluded that there is being broken and his left leg so badly 110 money in it and quit the business for a bruised that he cannot walk upon it, but he T hopes soon to be about again. Had he time at least. JONES BROS., Proprietors. fallen a little further, out from the side of Death of Dr. .Orutoher. the church he would have alighted on the Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work lor lop of a picRct fence and undoubtedly been W. L. Crutcher, of this county, who killed. Dr. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, lias been spending the winter in Florida, llhodn, thg Herodian mystery, which started to return home the first of the week, STEAM GAUGES, Ik- has been on exhibition here for the past and had reached Lexington when he BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, ftC. Thursday and left camo too ill (0 travel fur her, and ditd week, closed up in that city yesterday at noon., His funeral for Lexington vestcrduy morning. It is a J5"Con tracts for New Work in nr.y pan will take place this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, well executed mechanical trick, and would of the State. deceive most anyone. While the young from the Christian Church in this city. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets, lady, who represents Rhoda during show North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April t Silkworms, If any of our readers desire hours, is apparently head without .1 body, iir the silk business they should she is nt other limes to engage rpinarkubly healthy address or call upon Col. C. E. Bowman, looking individual of one hundred and sixty Commissioner of Agriculture, Frankfort, pounds' weight. The show was well worth Ky., and get some eggs and all needful in- the price of admission. formation in reference to hutching, feeding, lias just roceivod bis spring and summer stock of and putting them to spinning cocoons. Advertised Letters. 1. McClure fc Bro., have received their spring stock of (tailing tickle. two story frame house with The steamer City of Frankfort will leave eight rooms, cellar, wood-hous- e, smokeibis city morniiur at 7 o'clock, house, stable, con. crib, etc. Apply to offering an opportunity for all those who Mrs. L. W. Glore. A Rkxt. FOR I CASH j. ONLY. iblic that from this day I V wfc ?t ii TAKE this method of informing the STOVES, GRATES, &C, t Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, tin-cas- I AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, BID'S OF MAI2T SOUTH STREET, jtka-t'lhe- tt 1 peo-pl- Undertakin 20-i- Greatly Reduced Prices. R. ROGERS. .$ R. K. McCLURE & BRO. - FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, Are making greater efforts than ever, , . to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at THIS spiiraTHEIR STOOK OF ' Itu.-ine- ss LOWEST PRICES. :6-- 11 11 W. T. RHNYAN, STAPLE NEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is s v , We are very glad lo learn that our old friend, Lundon S. Coleman, Esq., who has been under trentmen at the Eiibtoru Luuutic Asylum for two or three years past, is steadily improving, and the physicians in charge say that there is great reason lo think that he will ultimately recover hid mind. This willflie a source of gratification to a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The recent storms, hurricanes, cyclones or whatever they may be c.illed, which within the last few days have been so destructive to human life and property in and Mississippi, Tennessee Louisiana, Georgia, giyes some emphasis to a stigget--tiothat we have heard, that Frankfort is "VnenV the center of a district embracing about 201 miles north and south and 400 miles east and west, which U more exempt from destructive, storms thaii any part of this continent. ,;,. i i i f n .,xii '. '.' Morris, Robert Anil. Win AND FANCY Rocksdale, James Mobley, John Bell, Laura Medcalf, Martha Che.-leMcCoy, John Minnie Newman, Marv L Dakar, Phillip Collins, Clias Noldeu, J Duvall, Tube Pipe, Bob Dent, Lewis Peters, Mollie Hrown, Lucy Quire, Joseph &C. Felix, Mary Richardson Betlie Reid. Har e'.t Gin.n, W A Graves, Wash Rucker. Nusim Oall and see him at Swigert's old Stone, Wash Graves, Emma standt Hackney, Dud Sand ford, L W Hnrris, Dan'l Smith, Ivisou Stell, Martha Groover. Annie St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Hales, Mollie Thomason, Eugene Nov. Hord, Fannie Thompson, Annie Hickman. Mary L Thomson, M 0 Henry, Ollio Wiley. Sarah Wright, Henry Jillson, Marv E Wooll, Lou Jackson, Ella W Office Williams, Maria J ear, Mr. ON ST. CLAIR STREET. Jenuing, Walter M Menzies, Charles A Ofllco Hour; 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 l M., 7 to Sny'advertfe'ed when calling for the above letters.-.- ' t J. G. Hatohitt P. M. 8 P.M. r. DRY GOODS NOTIONS, Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. WE AEE GIVING AWAY A Handsome OR? JAMES ELY,"" With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more in Catholic Building, Transparent Picture. ept3-t- f i . i ' ft.. .' ' : .ls.l"l.A.'S' ?U - v. - ..;..' i.g.ji . ,;:' :fe. " i TiTflTi'iTWTr puhhb . jvtvj ham i r- vU rjr 'v k ' X :'n;r;-i;.J$'' iTWrfM!rawTirr-MMiBi1TT':tf1- ' 7 ' t .... . , ' i . ' j,WK,3iwefEi.,-j- . "H-- ..' . m ' . ' ' ,jv-J 'M- ? : vvs sm &ve&sjrv v .s - V - . . .w . nBHijrx,,,'-Ljniflsawiri' .' s. I wv,.,..vs.v S..r1iW 4 t '; t"' vr '' - ', - j - .! ' 4 - ..V"'-.- '. " - - ..:;. c. .i " ii" '"i1 i T7 ' iii'?., ... rf .. in FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. "Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roache, .flies, ants, gophers. 'tiknnks, chipmunks, 25c. Drujigieta. bed-bug- ", Fraxkmx I'ooktv, April 23d, 1883 Editor Roundabout: Will yon allow an old pedagogue to give his view's to your readers, iii regard to public school lnwc? Having had the honor of being a delegate in the late Educntinnnl Convention, from this county, I know that my views will difl'er with n great nianv with whom 1 had the honor to associate 'in that memorable body, but ns we must discuss the question. 1 shall give my views by merely saying that tliey have been formed "alter ten years experience in public schools of Kentucky. I believe that nil ngrec that our greatest need is money. Now I think that we can save some of our money by making some changes in the system. First, abolish thu school commissioner's ofHee, ami save thereby Irom $:'U,0U0 to $36,00 per year. Tne school commissioner is (he greatest nuisance the system has to carry. There arc 117 commissioners in the State, and I venture the assertion that there are not 17 ol that number that do their dutv under the law. In conversation with some of them, they said thev were not naid enough to enable them to devote more ol their time to the duties of the oflice. Poor lellows! did they not know what the pay was before they entered on tlitir duties, and while they were electioneering so strongly for the position? If the common schools have gone this Inr carrying these drones, would it not be a good ided to drive them out ol the hive? I will admit that there are some, but their name is not legion, who try to do their duty. I am in favor ol making the county judge ex ollicio school commissioner, so far ns visiting the schools is concerned. It never did the schools any good so lar as my experience goes. , Now as to another change, and that is in regard to the school age. I believe that it would he best to change from C to 20, to 6 16. My observation has been that veiy lew children attend the country schools after thev have passed their 10th year, and when they do, it is in stteh an irregular way that It is no benefit to them. Now it parents knew that after their children had past their 10th year they would be deprived from attending school, it might stimulate them to keep them in the school room more than they The third change is in the school year. Let the school year begin with the calendar year. This is so apparent as to need no further comments. Fourth, curtail the expenses in the printing of the documents in the Superintendent's oflice. Anyone who will take the tiouble to examine the last five or six reports will be bound to acknowledge that a forty or fifty page pamphlet would contain all the information that is necessary. The balance is hashed and rehashed until it swells to a volume of 250 or 300 pages. The last Legislature made no changes in the school law of any importance, and yet thousands of copies had to be republished and distributed, and yet not one trustee in one hundred knows anything about the school law, except what they learn from the teacher. Fifth, make eacii school district supplement the Slate per capita before it is allowed to dray a cent from the State lands. This would be the best compuhoiy law that Pkdaooouu. could be pasel. now do. ol her age. She leaves n husband and n Ohio family of children to mourn her loss. 1 Born. April 14th, to doe Stivers nnd Death 1ms robbed us of n dear friend, nnd OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUILOING, FRANKFORT, KY. . one of the most uselnl woman in our comwife, a girl. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST munity She was ever ready to help t ie Mrs. Sarah Jesse returned Saturday from poor and ndminicter to the afflicted. S ie 13 run Corn Shcllod Oats, nnd Ship Stuff, roil a vicit to her daughter in Frankfort. had long been a great, sufferer, uhic s ie always an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. Mrs. J. T. Denkins, of Hollo Point, is bore with Christian lortitnde; but her con- All kinds of grain bought mid sold. WASHtNGTON. PIIIUDELPl, KIN YOHK. She was stant prayer was to be released visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe Stivers. Sorabble, Shelby county. M1LLV1LLE MILLS mmu ii Mmi Mr. William Hndgers, of Franklin county, spent Sunday with Mr. G. L. Itod'.-eis- . Mr. Geo. Moore sold three head of two year old steers to (4. V. ITarrod for $33 per a consistent member of the Baptist church at North Forth, where she was hurried SEED OATS! AT I TIIR Aolnf. ONLY SXH '" rt ft"' V ft" 'iftv' ., M ' 7' ' ( 'V RV ' BA, iJ- - " Thousands bear witness to the fosilive curative powers of the Great German Invig nenci. For saleby orator. Sec advertisement. Mrs. Ed. Long, of Flag Fork, Franklin Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. countv, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Black. Miss Mamie Shuck of South Frankfort is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Samples, in this section. Dr. Baily, ol King Fork. Franklin county, has been very sick for a week past, but is able to be out 'again. Mr. James Grigsby and Mrs. Margaret Rucker, of this county, were married last Thursday. Itev. II. W. Baker ofllciatiitg. That's a common expresMr. James W. Black poM 5 hogshead sion and has a world of ol tobacco at the Dili street Warehouse meaning. How much sufLouisville, which brought $20, $18, $10, fering is summed up in it. $12, and $11. That romantic correspondent Giipss, from The singular thing about Bald Knob, seems to be very much inter' it is, that pain in the back eted in the business of this place. If he will attend to his hone trade with Sam Harris is occasioned by so many it will keep him busy or Sam busy to watch May be caused by thinf him I don't know which. kidnc. disease, liver comStrayed or stolen. Two gentlemen of plaint, consumption, cold, this place started a week ago to Louisville, by way ol boat, they wandered up nnd .town the river for two or three days and nervous debility, &c. when last heard of on last Saturday night, they were in a straw stack between EmiWhatever the cause, don't nence and Plcasnreville. Any inlbrmatinti neglect it. Something is as to their whereabouts will be thankfully wrong and needs-promp- t received. attention. No medicine has Deaths. Mrs. Mattie Jones died April I St h . of consumption, nged yet been discovered that Mr Anderson Wade died at his residence will so quickly and surely April lUth, in the 7o year ol his age he diseases as cure- - such was a devoted member of the Baptist Church Brown's Ikon Bitters, and for SO years. He leaves a wife and two it docs this by commencing children to mourn bis los.After funeral services by Hew C. T. Roberts his remains at the foundation, and makwere interred in the graveyard at Indian ing the blood pure and rich. Fork. Wholesale and Retail. .IAS. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE r J. HHAW, Muzzle Loading GUNS Guns from 83.00 up Breech Loading Guns from S.OOnp; Revol- A SOLID TRAIN FROM fth MvKflPiri vers from flOc.uni EuclosestampforMpagelllustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., Pittsburgh, Pa, LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. MASL LETTiNGS. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAINS FOR Notice to Contractors! THE DIUECT ROUTE TO m m Post Office Department, Washington, D. 6., March ist. 1S83. Proposals will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL I mww I'll n I Wli PI c, P p. m. of April 21st, 1883, for carrying the mails of the United Pur tickets and futthor information apply to your nearest tiokut-oflieor addrrss James 0. Ernst, General Western Agent, I.oulv!llo, Ky. C. V. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, General M.i linger, Gen. Pass. Agt., States upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and Richmond, Virginia. 2. departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from July 1st, 1883, to June 30th, 1884. 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' -. '."'. k!"-' Hcsty Cuss ,:r: ssora : .: m 1 i&TTnlirciiTix ,NACUII - i 1 JetVs Station. Mrs. Lottie M "; , I; . ' this week. George Henrn has the boss two year old coll of the county. Miss Ella Newbold was visiting friends in Frankfort last week. Thos. Hearn and wife spent last Sunday lit Mr. J. G. ileum's. Mr. John Hayden will run Mr Oakley Thompson's farm this ypar. Mr. Herbert Ward, of Versailles, was hi the neighborhood Inst week. Jett is visiting in Franklort Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans port.Indiana.writes: " My wife lias for many years been troubled from pain in her back TO THE id u "sm ITS m f D D V and general debility incident to her sex. She has taken one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, and I can truthfully say that she has been so much benefited that she pronounces it the only remedy of many medicines she has tried." SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE Pullman Nashville, Postmaster General. r.uti en: FKOM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, ,JA f .. T. March, i-- O. KOWE, Postmaster General. s ?j "Mr. John Cardwell.of Eastern Kentucky, is visiting his, uncle, Eldei Polk South. Miss Lindsey, ol LaGrange, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Eudora South. Mrs. Exiini and daughter, MNs Maggie, were visiting out in this neighborhood last Leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Brown's Iron Bitters. It has cured others suffering as you arc, and it will cure you. Little Rock, Montgomery, t til THE NEWSPAPER! ABLE, .NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. w Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. Lth EMIGRANTS ill reeelvo TI10 CiHi'i-r'.rnunil- m -- Boneon. at the late primaty. Born. To the wife of Mr. Frank llulette, April 15th, a son Leslie Polk. Benson went all right l:.',i i '. - j; Benson, at her rise on the 0th of April, cleaned everything out along her banks, several parties losing sheep, hogs, etc. 'AB .'. Just as the farmers were getting a fair start at their work, the rain descend and the floods came on the 22d, and slopped them a few days longer. Will the people allow the Bailroad Co. to say who sbn II represent tbvin in the next Legislature? Think of it, ye voters, if railroads are to select our lawmakeis why not take in our sign as freeman? Miss 'Lean Sheets, of Frankfort, who out here several weeks visiting, came nenr being caught by the high waters again ha-been ft jwnFTsasnrsrTmrr week. O. A. D. IUcwn, M. D There has been 117 barrels of whisky S. F, Smith, M. D. shipped from our depot this month, up to the 20th. The wheat in this part of the county has come out remnrkthly well in the last two Surgeons, w.ceks, and farmers are counting on two thirds of a crop. Oflico nnd resilience next door to the Haptist 0. C. Clint;. State Sunday School Evan gelist of the Christian Church, was at Ex- -' Church, S.. Clair street. celsior Institute Sunday night and conducted the prayer meeting. The exercises of the Alpine Climbers Liteian Society, of Excelsior liistitu;e,.were very interesting last Friday night, and a LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND good many Suitors were present. and for sale at Lowest Prices by Si'iuous. G.B. MACKLIN. , Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FRANKFORT, KY. COAL! COAL! A , it - Peak's Miil. Lou. Pen n is able to be up. Heavy Irosl; lookout lor the fruit. Stewart Morris is ijiiite ill again. The fanners, are all busy breaking up nun punning. Mrs. A. M. Forsee has just received her spring stock ol goods. Peak's Mill has a boom in the wav ol stock scalesuiid so has Frank Bacon's 'cow tw'n calves. A. B. Bacon laughs when the boys ask him how the baby is, which is un 8 pound boy Howard Ford. Born On the J5th, to Josinh Penn and wife a boy. Also on the 23d. to A. G. Hodges and wife, a daughter Jennie. Doctor N. P. Station! is a lucky man. His wife is the boss angler of this place. She keeps him supplied with fresh fish. Lookout, ye gals and old maids, Now is the accepted time. Curl your hair and look pretty, for the young Colonel in all the way from Missouri, and he means business, Mrs. Ida Goodwin, nee Sullivan, formerly of this place but now a resident of Wintor Missouri, is visiting her mother, Mrs. S, N. Hodges. Her many friends Jive her a hearty welcome. Died. On the lOth.Mrs. Mm-- V. fin to of dropsy of the heart, in the 54th year Istotick. I(im1 Xrimuiier of Hi rvlbilili- - un'l viiIii:iIIl- - ntwsrnpcr, South. A it !nis no supurior in ihi cniiniry or in I lie world. It miikrs ennii'Si. vigorous wik nu the Protective Tnriif Rubbery nnd .Muiiii.iii Polyg ntny, two evil thiit blight thu pnuperity mid morality of thu United States. It able. 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Why diil not the committee give the vote for Mr. Julian by piecincls. They report him as receiving 1,757 votes out of 2.285 votes cast, now it is said his total vote did not amount to 1,000. Will not some of the committee rise nnd explain? There wub a raid made on the finny tribe in Benson creek hut Friday and Saturday. The banks were thronged from Conway mills to the mouth of the creek, but old Benson becoming furious over the slaughter of her innocents, rose to a point of order last Sunday evening and the meeting then adjourned sine die. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON address. Addrrss THE W. N. at tho Kentucky for tho Education nnd Training of Fetlilo Minded President Courier-JournChildren will hereafter take plucc every Fridiiy uftcrnoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Iimtf-tutio- n 1b open for visitors ut any time when niOKt convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Supcrlntcdont. Oct. f. al Any one sending four yearly subscribers and $5 50 will ho entitled to un extra copy of the Weekly Courier-Journunn year free to any al FOR SALE XBK FOR maroh 17-3- BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. IT! BUY ITU TRY XTtU HALDEMAN, .'o., Louisville, Ky. EGBERT & SON, Horse and Jack Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. BSTPIain anil Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. Ordt'rs left at Averill's drug store will be promptly I f h .F .' attended to, Jilirn lu'ii -- Watches, Fine Cloeks,Eagra7ii)g, sc. XbUJJJJXJJJ SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.. WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frank-fqr- t, Ky., continues tho watch repairing buslnw at the old Hand. H.y promptness and oarelul work be Hopes to merit the putromigo of those who desire to have their watchoi ropairod without damage boing dono tbem. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instruments requiring delicate arid accurato adjustment. Ca rds NEATLY EXECUTED D n'DljTJ'n Thousands of graves are annu?.y robbed el their victims. vnagamD.i'n "vc prolonged, happiness and health restored by use ol the great , GERMAN LNVIGORATOR Which positively and permanently cures I M POTENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMINAL, WEAKNESS, nnd all diseases that tolTo w n sequency ol as loss of energy, loss of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature M"Send for circulars with ?rave. mail. The INVIOORATOR istestimonials sold at St per box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will self-abus- 'a 'V' 3 ') 1 "ft 1 w We had a couple of games of "fist ball" the day of the primary. First round Messrs. Joe Barns and Win. Morris. They could not catch with their hands worth a cent but did 'better with their heads. Second round Mes.-r-s James Suttle and Staff Roberts. Stall' threw the hat (a stick) instead of the ball (rock) which James caught with his head, his hanchf being too nervous. He, however, displayed f wonderful activity towards the cloee of the game. Amour. -- be sent free by mail, securely F- - B.ri.cel byj!d,dre,ss,injf. loledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by 4 sealed, ou receipt of 113 Adams st., Frankfort I take pleasure In expressing my entire oonfldenoo in Mr. S, Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him ai a workman, do not hesitate to commend blra ai every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. In In retiring from business JOSEPH SOUTH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, HIDAU. Job Work Neatly Exe- r A m a: Sept. 30-- tf AT THIS OFFICE cuted at this Office. V j4 " ' WGti&j TilKS. ZKM4 J - - !. ."..-J- ' i'iJL V - . 1 .'. '' 'w.ij1. U'' . 1 ' j. " .. V 'fry' , .": ? f ' ''' , :'. "' ' 1. . m . r ru.r. .... ':. -- v.- ' . ... . . . ' t' ?.. i. .,'( '" ...'. . .'Aj2M.. 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