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DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 'i ij ni a m Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT Marnhall As AFeagher can make you a new pair ol shoea or repair your old ones on KY., MAY 19. "Buchupaiba." 188. Number 35. .'r a aw RIVER PACKET M.wnftOHHV short notice. and get your nice ja Call nt Burckliardt's npring lanil). A Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder nnd Urinary Discuses. SI Druggists. WE HAVE VJ THK STEAMER State Newri. base ball club has been organized in FANNIE FREESE thip city. Will recolvo and forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and all points on The Knights of Phythias will have grand parade in Cincinnati on Tuesday. o Richmond has only ten billiard and pool tables. Wiggins' Hotel uns destroyed by fiie at Crab Orchard Monday. Loss $2,000. The Kentucky Central Extension i nearly completed between Winchester and Richmond. VI a KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS nnd to nil points North, East nnd West. WELLGlVETKnOUGH RATES SILLS OF LADIHB It is said the Stamping Ground undertaker hauls mutton in his hearse. For pood, serviceable suits of clothinc go to V. Berberich. Richmond boys amuse themselves by sniping nil the green drummers that strike Will leave Frnnktort for Louievillo every Tuesday and Friday morning, ut !) o'cloek, Mr. Joe LeCompte i" having gas put in the town. ond returning leavo Tiouhville fur Frnnkfnrt 4 his South Side drujr store. every Wednesday ond Saturday afternoon at James B. Hnckett, sheriff of Gniyscn o'clock. For rates rtnd Informition apply to The propect for 1urj:c crops of fruit and county, is missing. His accounts nre said to be short. tobacco are flattering in thi section. We Have 'More Than Doubled OUR SALES DURING THE PAST MONTH, LEW. CHURCH, Agent. -- DRY GOODS, ( p boy who boasts Paris has a Mr. Ed. Meagher has opened a beer that iie has smoked one hundred cigarettes garden in the rear of his establishment on in one week. Broad wav. Matter. inarS tf. Mr. Jns. II. Leer fell through the roof ol Itev, Mr. Muunell, of Mt. Sterling, is his stable, at Georgetown, the first of the Blue-Gra- ss holding a protiacted meeting at Elmville in week, and was badly hurt. this count v. The locust bloom is rematkably heavy fine frock of Fruit nml , and nn abundant crop is looked The hero of Dulutli will pardons this AMparn-4JUTrees. Cirnjiu Vine-believe in the sign. Plnutt and eiiiull Fmits is odered tlii for the four yeais next siieceeding the 15th for by those who luit Fell of September. Sprinjr. We employ no A young man was drowned at Pailncah . direct to the planter. In ailililimi to Tuesday, by a boat capsizing with him Georsietowii wautA u street sprinlcler bad. catalogue we have ifnetl one devoted exclusively to Strawberries, of which we Can't Mesrs Jones A: Hudson supply that while out sailing on the Ohio river. have a magnificent .stock. Catalogues on place ns well Hfiriodsburg was visited by a $200,000 as our city ? Address. application. fire Monday night, which consumed an H. F. HILLENMEYER, The surveyors of the Paris, Georgetown, entiie block in of the town. Lexington, Ky. feb 24 2tn & Frankfort Railroad are now running the Tans had a circus last week, nnd tiie line between Paris and Mt. Sterling. pickpockets and thieves which accompanied Messrs. Miles Ac Son have a large lot of it nearly cleaned out the town. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Hour on hand, which they will exchange In a little more than a week in April with any of our fanners for wheat. nine runaway couples Irom this State were Fiankfoit, Ky. Or B. V. Pence, Nurseries. , u-nr- ion-er- a! 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, Forks, and Spoons, and everything you desire, either in Gold or Silver. 1 f, ' W. S. DEHOiNEY OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXiisr&Toisr, No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building. ''ft. -- I E. I cordially invite you to call nnd examine my Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY Mr. S. F. J. Traliue has been, speaking in Bourbon county this week in the interests of (lie P.tG. Ai F. Railroad. inanied at Aberdeen, Ohio, by Mnssie Beasley, A ky. l Eq. MAIN STREET, Sep3.tr. There are Ket.tuckians attending the Southern Baptist Convention, in session at Waco, Texas from every State in the South. Mr. Hiram Berry, of this cit, has pur chased the farm of Col. D. M. Brown, neal the Forks of Kikhorn. LANDKETH'S mum M IN BULK AND t n ti m PAPERS, The regular meeting of the City Council was not held Tuesday night as several of the member? had gone to Louisville to attend the Convention. GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. It is said by some who have noticed it that tlieie is nlwas a cold spell in the spting nbout the time the snow lull bushes bloom. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, young man by the name of W. J. Smith eloped with his uncle's widow from Selma, Alabama, nnd was married to her at Franklin Tuesday. The question of 2Uuran'ct'ig to tht Kentucky Union Railiay the right of way thumgh Clark county will be voted on today by the voters ol that county. Gen. D. C. Bnell, of Muhlenbura county, has had the lower half of his jaw removed An injury received several years ago necrs- titated the operation, which performed by a Nashville surgeon. Frank Johnson was, killed in Mtushall county Saturday by his horse running away with him. He was thrown, his foot caught in the stiriup. and lie was dragged until was crushed and his body badly cut. hi.-sk- NEW PLANING MILL. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law.VXD 253 ' s- J. WAKEFIELD Iluving recently M. added to his Estsiblishment First-Clas- , iJ& S HP, '." M s Planing Mill, to furnish Is now prepared till kinds of Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in the court of Fiiiuklin and the adjoining counties, and will alfo ;ive sjn'Oinl attention to the purchase nnd sale ot real estiito, collection of tents, ohiiui!, and tho negotiation ot loans. Otfico opposite Court House. Junel!3-lv- . "'i Mav !." & lis, m till? i ALSO ' 1 Scroll Work. Stair Work & Turning w JUST RCCUIVED RY 'J, Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. tf. vmtth w KENDALL'S a ik . JOE LeCC-riPTE'- S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S iATABBH Cavlty-Ohro- RURF nlo A patty of masked men went to the houe Gas has been put into the residences of Mrs. Mntic Campbell. Dr U. V. William ot Vaugbii'llilton, in JetJersonville, Montand Mr. Guy Barrett, on the South Side gomery county, Saturday night, broke down the door, and shot Helton several time-- , this week. Q5 while his wife was dinning to his neck and e, There have been so many fires at ward off the shots. trying to ii'ineily not 'x Ui- iiiot--it t1. hurc't'Mnlliietrects and doe oer l certain in Shelby county, in the lut A Bouibon count v farmer ciirhtv venrs .of discovered bh.ter. RIIAU l'ROOK IIKLOW. companies have that the age, and the owner of several hundred acres declined to take any more s on pioperty ,i good bank land, of there. cents of account, made the first twenty-liv- e Adams N. Y. Jan. 30, 1SS2. Forty miles o( iron has been purchased his life by selling liickorynuts to the printers Dr. J. Kendall & Co,, lients: Having used a good deal of jour Rend til's Spavin Cure with great for the Paris, Fiankfort A; Georgetown in the Western Citizen office, in Paris. success, I thought I would let you know what it has done for me, two years ago I had as speedy a colt Railroad. It begins to look ns if this road David Fry, brother of Gen. Speed S. Fry, as wasever raised in Jefferson County. When I was breaking him, he kicked over the croii bar and got was really to be built in the near future of Gen. Green Clay Smith, comand con-uClay-villagfew-year-s Y, - n- - - ,?"l it- n BERBERICH, frmm 33?okant Tailoi, ST. CLAIR STREET, m ) - BETWEEN MAIN and BE0ADWAY lii-k- blue-gias- s be-id- es Saved him $1,800 11 Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, nnu new. est styles of fancy Friueh c.isslmcros. Ho is prepmed to innko the in up 011 short n notice, and gio pcrftct lit-ti- jTife .? ?.; fl sa U rCOXMriKDED BY PHY8ICIAI78. OT7.RXIS and Catarrh of the Nasal Catarrh of the ar. Ejfo or Ulcerative and Throat. It Is taken INTERNALLY, ami aots DIROTLY upon the Blood Mucous Surfnoaa of the Syatem. It Is the heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and le worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. The weather tho fiiM of this week was remnrknblv cool for the season, nnd fen re were entertained that we would either have frost, a freeze, but we fortunately escaped both. mitted suicide by hanging himself with a trace chain in his barn, near Speedwell, Madison county. lie was f2 years old, and He had leaves a wife and three children. self destruction made several attempts' at befoie. , inZMAl CUBE FOft CATARBB CV-X- N THIS VABKBTa And we offer One Hundred .Dollars for any Oaao of Catarrh It will not Pure. WIXX CUKB AMY CASE. Office of A T. Stewart & Co. I Caicuoo, M., Juno 4, 1880. f F. J. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I take pleasure in informing you that I have usfd Hau'a Catarrh Cure. It lias cured me I was very bad and don't hesitate to nay that it will cure any rase of Catarrh if taken Yours truly, properly. ,, , J, B, WBATHIUrOBO. WOBTR BIO A BOTTLX. X. JfcaaAV, Jactaca, Mfcb.,' writ. Have had Catafrh for W years. HaU'R Catarrh Cure cured roe. Consider It worth ilO.OO a bottle. HT-So- id by all DrWato at 76 ou Mr bottle. Maaufaetured sadiwrarby F J. CHBNET 00. Sole ROBrtetort, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LkCOMPTE, DRUaOIST, South Frankfort. Oot 18-l- y MT XED Mn. Stylish dress suits, and neat fitting Bourboun News: "There nre twin boy buciness suits aie promptly mode by V. in this city, named Richardson, that are so Berberich, the tailor. much alike that it is hard to tell 'tother from which. One of them joined the Bap Commissioner of Agriculture, Co!. Chns. tist Church here, a few days ago, and a Bowman has information to the effect that rumor on the town says that he gave the the wheat crop this year will be eighty per other one a dime to be baptised in his cent, of the average yield. The rust and place." smut have not vet been heard fioui. The workmen on the K. C. Railroad, in skin of some small animal dressed Clark county, one day last week, in moving The with the hair on, rolled in a bundle and a lnrge bowlder out of their way rolled it wrapped up with a Cincinnati News was down a hill. In its descent it struck the left in the furniture establishment of Messrs, house of Win. Martin, frightened his wife, Whitesides Ai; McEwan not long since. It who was sick in bed, causing her to run out is supposed the owner is under the impres- doors. She was thrown into a fever by the sion that he has lost it, and given it up. excitement, from which she died t"0 days He will please call and get it. after. Martin will sue for heavy damages. fast and tore one of his hind legs all to pieces. I the best farriers, but they all said he was and I spoiled. He had a very large thorough-piused two bottles of jour Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it took the bunch cutirelj off, and be sold afterwards for 51800 (dollars), lluiveused it for bone spavins and wind galls, and it has always cured completely and left the leg .innoth. 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 Withcringtou ft Kneeland's drug store, in Adams, the other day and saw a very fine picture you sent them. I tried to buy it but could not; they said if 1 would write to you that you would send me one. I wish you would, and I will do you all the good 1 can. :m M irarments, comfortable stylish nnd fob:! tui. W. J. Will sell CHINJST, DKAI.KK IN Very respect full j- K. S. L.man. Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HU3IAN FLESH. ALL KINDS OF COAL attho very lowect figures Vevay, Ind,, Aug. isth, 18S1. Dr.H, J, KendallS: Co., Gents: Sample ol cirPlease send me some with culars received; my imprint, printed on one side only. The Kendall's C. Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only lor animals, but for human ailments also. Mr. Jos. Vorts, one 01 tne leaning larmers in our cuuniry. sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of STJRO-EOIthe remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it did far better than he had expected, Cured the sprain in very short order. r ,, TmiMtANn. rA...u .nAnr..ll.. All ll.HITItiCll (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) rrn-- e 91 per I....!.. m o uuiw. r.M uumc, n lA.tjkd wi C ..nuiMi-.- . have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to any U. Can bo found at hi office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. nddress on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dr. I. Kendall &; Co., Enosbursh Fail, Vt. hend for m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the Illustrated circular. entire satisfaction of those who may ohosn to July 15-lpatronize him. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. FOE CASH! J. BUSH, D. D. S., T DENTIST, FRANKFORT, KY., .- v (, 'Ah . MffMHiMBBHaMiHHMHMiJIilHHHIiBMHHHBHHMHBBHHBII " ... - -- .. .. ...I... ..,....- - ... -i- ..- - ... '? I, f 4.t FiUNKFORT 1 ROUNDABOUT. A ladies fine French kid hand made button shoe for $ft. at Marshall fc Meagher's. torodatthepogt-oflic- 9 i cy ' ,i ; r at Frankfurt, Kentucky at second class mailable matter. o GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor and. ;v V FRANKFORT, , MAY 19, 1883. Bv.i - hear in mind tlmt the hlnc pencil X on your paper indicntcs tliat the nmrk time for which von have paid Iiih expired nnd you are requested to call around mid Plcncn Kettle. A &VY .. Mefra. Ferguson Ac Meek have finifhrd their new shop, and will remove to it next week. The Frank Steele and Ellis Craft murder cases are heing'cousidered hy the Court of A ppeuls. The trial of Phil. B. Thompson, ir, wiih concluded at Ifarrodsburg Wednesday, nnd resulted in a jury doing juat as everyone thought they would returning a verdict of not guilty. This is another instance where a man who commits a cold blooded and deliberate murder is turned loose without punishment simply decaue of his position and influence. The remark of our lish about trying the devil and holding the court in hell found peculiar application in this case. The judge and jury were both for the accused Ironi the, first and the trial was onlv a waste of time. The only thing omitted was a presentation of a chromo. fellw-citizen The large telephone pole that has been long standing in front of the Western Union Telegraph office, has been removed. F. J. Chenev it Co., proprietors Hall's Catarrh Cure, oiler !?I00 reward for any case of Catairh that can't be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph Druggist. - GO TO . . . . . I,.. iii. - - ,.. . , H The "Bos" went to Louisville Friday morning and left the editorial department to the compositors. Do not be surprised at the Unusual neatness and uewsiness of today's paper. So the lighting editor being absent, we are not responsible for nnything that appears in this issue; but if you will fight, must fight, and nothing else will do you but fight, "just meet ns in Devil's Hollow." (?) r nAlillGd ilOiilfifilllli , r.tK Call at Burckhardt's and e beef. DIED. At Denver, Col., on thu 8th Inst., Mas. IIah-nii- ii Down,, wifd of John H. Buwcn, and daughter of the late William lllukcy, of Palmyra, Personal. v ,v ,T PJM "'4' ; - H,- - w 't i t ,' ' - w w r P -- M F.?i if r S" ' "V ' v : s P.' ft - . F ' 'o KV- - tf . . : ' W. Tft iv . V Vw Mr. Horace C. Binnnin, of Louisville, .Mo. gentlemen from thic spent Tuesday in this city. city attended the Democratic Convention Miss Jennie Morrow left Tuesday for a ! at Louisville tli t week. visit to friends in Louisville. The meeting tit the Christian Church was Mrs. Emma Glover, of Louisville, is the closed Sunday niirht. There, were twelve guest ol Mrs. ,L Gaines in this city. A STOCK OF FLOUR ON additions to the Church, four bv letter and Judge A. T. Dudley and wile, of Hen HAVING wc have concluded to exchange derson, are visiting relatives in this city. eight by confession. Hour for wheat ns usual from now on. Mr. W. J. H unites left Tuesday inorninir MILES & SON. . M At the jug breaking at St. John's may for a visit to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. E. Church, in thi- - city. Friday night, about Mr. Logan McKeetook in the Democratic one hundred dollars was realized. About State Convention at Louisville this week. fifty jii8 were broken. Mrs. W. T. Scott and Miss Elia Brown is have gone to California on u visit to friends. Mr. .Inflict. M. Safl'ell, of tliiscity, who 100 acris, throe milts from Frankfort, on the Mrs. S. P. Browder and son, Master at present Grand Captain General of the Frankfort nnd Flat Crock turnpike, well watered Grand Commandery of Knights Templar George, aie visiting relatives in Louisville with a young orchard. For information adMrs M. II. Stout left Thursday morning dress of the State, will today be promoted to J. C. B. STIVERS, lora visit to her parents in Faxette county. Grand Genernli-simWuverly, Now York. . Mrs. Gen. Tho. A. Harris' went down to Dr. Daniel Gober ilesires all charitably Pewee Valley Wednesday afternoon on a disponed to send all the books and papers visit. PASTURE FOR RENT. thev are through with not of an immoral Mr. Dellie B. Walcutt left Wednesday or political nature, to tiie Penitentiary for morning fur a visit to iclatives in Cii.cin-imt- i, Ohio. II AVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO tiie use of the convicts. accommodate about fifty head of cattle. Mrs. 1L W. Wilhoit, of Monterey, Owen The Fannie Frecse came up Monday county, is the guest of Mrs. Addie Garrett Terms reasonable. Apply to S. M. NOEL, afternoon, having been overhauled and tli is week. f may refitted, and is now in better trim thnji ever. Governor Blackburn and wife will so to SlieisHL'ain making regular trips between Nashville Monday to attend the great military pageant. tliis city and Louisville. . Mr. Peter Jett is attending the session of Mrs. 'II. S, Ellis has purchased the old tiie Presbyterian General Assembly at Lex- TWO NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located Broadway, between Washington and is tearing it ington this week. Sebre propeity, on Main Wilkinson streets. For terms apply to away, and will erect a two story brick resiL. A. THOMAS. Miss Mollic Tompkin, of Nicholnsvillc, dence of eight rooms on the lot. The old who has been visiting friends in this city, May frame was one. of the oldest houses in the left Thursday for a visit to Louisville. Kev. Jonothan S. Haskell, the Evangelcitv. ist and City ot Louisville and Mrs. Annie B. Walcutl is remodeling, New uneaiis, was in tiie city Monday. STOCK OF FISH IN TIIE POND leliiting and repniiing the resilience on the Mrs. Win. McEnnis nnd daughter, little ASTIIE Institute has been corner of Main and Washington streets, re- Miss Stella, of Millville, are visiting reduced by fishing during the present spring cently purchased by her from Col. John L. the family of Mr. C. A Nelson, South Side. to a condition to endanger the loss of nearly entire stock, notice is hereby given that Mr. Win. Bally and wife and Mis- - Bccse, the Scott. When completed it will present a no further fishing will be allowed to parties of Euinence, are visiting friends and relat- outside of the children and employees of the very handsome appearance. ive.- in this city and county this week. Institute. Matilda Jackson, colored, who Old Aunt By order of the Board. Mis. Sidney Smith, of Louisville, who GRANT GREEN, President. for the p:iht forty years has owned nnd re- has been visiting relatives in Belle Point on Broadwav, the past week, returned home Monday sided in the little brick cottage afternoon. between Washington and Madison street", Miss Blanche Kendall, tvlio "has been died Monday, aged 79 years. She had the spending the winter in Little Kock, Arkantespect of all who knew her. sas, has returned home, accompanied Mrs. The ono story brick warehouse nnd lot on Anna Asborue. which tho sutno is situated, bilonging to M. Mr. TI. G. Mattem, the Capital PhotoWest el do of Lewis street, ad E. Cochran, Mrs. R. N. Archer nnd daughter, Miss joining W. on theray's residence, grapher, has greatly increased the capacity H. 0 in Frankfort. Nauie, who have been visiting in this For terms apply to ot his gallery lately ; has employed an 'lor scveial tt'eeks, have gone to Bnrn-idc- , city D. W. LINDSEY. assistant, and will shortly begin the making Pulaski county. April 28, I88.'5 lm. of sterioscopic views of some of the beautiMr. Will. L. McEwnn, who has been ful scenery around this city. His pictures Mtciidiug the Theological Seminary at are the best, so don't forget him when yon Piincetou, New Jersey, the past yc"ar,"is at home for the vacation. want your photograph taken. Scaled proposals will bo roceived until 10 Miss Amelia Browder, of Missouri, who While Mrs. Duanc Brown and children has been visiting the family of Prof. S. P. o'clock, a. in., Saturday, May 5, 18S.'J, for were returning home Friday afternoon, from Browder in this city for seveial weeks, left building a turnpike road from tho Leeatown turupiku to Dueker Station, on tho L. C. & L. for her home a visit to a neighbor's, in attempting to pats Tue.-diUuilroad. Plans aud sneuiilcationa onn bn ntn Mr. A. II. Crutcher. of Cincinnati, enmo at Ducker Station. All bids arc to be directed a wagon that had broken down at a narrow to L. w, Aviiks, President, Ducker Station, Ky. place on the road, the carriage in which over Friduy afternoon and remained until I ho right reserved, to reject any or all bids. Monday, visiting his parens, Col. J. N. It. thev were riding wuh overturned, and the Crutcher and wile, in Belle Point. occupants thrown out. The children were Mis. Sarah daughter, unhurt but Mrs. Brown was badly bruised Mi-- s Maggie, left LeCompte mid Mr. Wednesday for Chas. up, and has been codfined to bed since. LeCompte's. at the Mouth "of Flat Creek, where they will spend the summer. Lexington has had several large fires in A double oottogo frame houso, with six room, Mr. the last few years, and her authoiities have week Eil. Ilensley returned the first of the located on thu corner of Wilkerson and Mero from Cleveland, Ohio, where ho has streets,- lot TOO by 125 foet. KontR for eighteen never failed to telegraph to this city for help been attending the meeting of the heirs of dollars it month. Apply to W. I. SHOWALTER, April in the shape of n fire engine, which was nl Gov. William Bradford, of Plymouth Rock. South Frankfort. ways promptly sent them. Monday night Mrs. George Darsie left Wednesday afterher neighboring town of Uarrodsburg was noon for a visit to her Hister in Denver. in flames and applied to her lor help, but Colorado. She was accompanied by her that great and magnanimous city which husband, Elder Darsie, as lar as Louisville. AENT fOR THK Miss Allie Todd, who has been visiting longs to be the sent of government turned a deaf ear to her cry and sent nothing. Next fiieuds in Oiu'iixhoro and Henderson for flaiuburg.American Mail Line several weeks, will return home ihis even. time let them send to Frankfort. ing, accompanied by Mies Sudie Super, of Ileudeisou. AND In making an excavation on the site of Messrs. Jaw. M. SafTell, Ike Wingate, the new Government Building, for the purW. S. Dehoney, Jos. R. Stafford, Dr. V. A. ALLEN LINE STEAMSHIP CDS. BOM pose of ascertaining the character of foun- Kaltenbrun, and I). M. Woodson, nro atdation tin: house will have, fcolid rock was tending the meeting of the Grand CommanTickets to and from Europe at lowest rates, found at twenty-on- e feet beneath the sur- dery in Louisville today. ALSO UKALER IN face, and in order to reach it the workman The Grand Commandery of Kentucky, Knights Templar, met in Louisville yesterhad to go through about twenty leet of hard, yellow clay, which is almostentirely day and is still in session. Some eight or ten members of Frankfort Commandery, free from sand, It will, therefore, only be to. i, aie in attendance. CHAMPAGNE OIDHJR, necessary to go down about eight feet for as Mrs. h. A. Thomas, Mrs. Emily Tubman, GINGER good a foundation as anyone could desire. ALE SELTZER WATER. Mrs. L. A. Kenniugham, arid Master M. B. Miller, Louisville, frays: "I have Western Thomas arrived here Thursday Ordero left at Brewery Offloo will bo promptly used Brown's Iron Bitters with great success morning .from Augusta, Georgia, where attended to, they have been spending the winter. for general debility and dyspepsia." March Ahottt a hundred Attention, Farmers OZfcTIE in 19-2- FARM FOR SALE! o. A NEWG0QDS.LOWPR Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable V L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., ClintcM. Street, aTcrtlieast Comer, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. I 12-i- JPov Sale. I2-t- f. NOTICE. Feeble-Minde- d Prop'rs. Soj.-o.ar- e. Capital Hauling of all kinds done Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y FOR SALE OR RENT. ATER SUPPLY AND TO CONTRACTORS! Gk.S ZFTTTIILTGrREPAIR SOLICITED "WORK V - i) J". EC. aprll 21-- DAVZDSOET, MA.IIST 1 in STREET. House and Lot for Sale - HATS T 4 HATS 1 STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I t. J. O. MAUEH, WHITE HALL WREN'S STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, i Ml MINERAL WATERS, -- I MEW'S CXIX7TOHXXI RHVQJ x AJ Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Hats Hats. 1 ALL DUNLAP'S LATEST STYLES STAltrKS. . '! 3-- tf. t st"" wtvm wr V r Thousands aie being cured of Catarrh Nice spring lamb at Burckhardt's every every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure that morning. thedpctoie had given up ami said could not 1880. FRANKFORT, MAY 19, Rev, A. D. Hardeway of North Carolina, lie cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by Joseph LeComple, Druggist, South Side. will preach at the Presbyterian Church toTO TRAVELERS. morrow morning and evening nt the usual Persons desiring a first class meal should Commencing Monday, October 16, the following hours. call at the restaurant of Dan. Meagher, jr., time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for No. 439 Main St,, Over Cratclier & Storks' White Hull Clothing House this point. Messrs. Jones Brothers have completed on Ann street. t NQtlTH. TKMNB (he work ol leveling up the iron bridge at Arrive at Fon Rknt. Two new cottages with four Leave Leave Lexington. the mouth of Benson. It was successfully Frankfort. Louisville. rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. a. m. v, a. m. :oo a. No. t8 to:7 ". M. It:oj P. M. raised two feet at the noilh end. No, 30 955 7:20 P. M. Apply to John Cochran fc Co. 5MS P. M. 7:05 r. m. M. No. 23 a:35 nrr. at Frankfort8:3op. m. No, 24 5:151'. M. Luke Bsuey, coloied, who resides op the Tight tiousers are in lashion and so are SPI'XIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY TRAtMS SOUTH. .South Side, is a very fortunate man. All the 5 cent Havana cigars at Shubinski's. Arrive nt ! ave Leave Louisville. on the same day, the first of this week, his Try Frankfort. Lexington. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of them. 8:15 a. m. io'ss a. m. No. 17. . . 7:00 A.M. daughter, oi M t?rnnUfort 6 oo A. M.arr. Lou.otto A. M. wile presented him with a fine . Finest stock of gold and silver watches, Frankfort send to the city for worl: when they can be accommodated at 6:4 &. No! 19 . . . 4! 3:00 P. M. and hi sow had a litter m. his cow had a calf, 5:15 2:17 r. m. No. ji . . . t:to p. m. has jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated Train No. at makes connection for Cincinnati, ar- of six pigs. It is not every man that ware ever exhibited in the city before nt home. riving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 23 makes conOct. 25-- tf. so much good fortune to befall him at one nection for Cincinna I, arriving there at 12:15, p.,m. Philip Selbert's. from Cincinnati, leaving time, and Mr. Busey doubtless feels very No. 24 m k 8 connection there nt 3:00, p. m., arriving nt Irankfort at 8:30, proud ol large mcrense in his Inmily. Just received n large invoice of solid silver, P m' E. P. IJRYAN. Agent. steilhig, line at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. Thursday night about twelve o'clock fire CITY III COHHTY was discovered in the kitchen of the house Parties wishing fine goods, such as diaWEST BIHGUUVTIDH IB '' ' " "" occupied bv Dr. M. C. Bates, about nine monds, fine chronograph and horse timing T "" tmjmi mu,mm w.'i.jjas rasvxmnwa miles from this city, on the Owenton 'pike watches, solid sihtr, &c, will save money by Large lineof Irish trimmines nt Hunyan'e. The house was a small frame, and in less calling on Philip Sclhert, the boss jeweler, I TAKE this method of informing the j. iblic that from this day I than a minute the whole structure was in before purchasing clsewheie. Choice boef at Burck hunk's daily. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or o flames. The only piece of property that My stook of po pood n Boot Cleaner combines deviations. The Perfection It in said there hns imver heen was saved was sewing machine, the family propect for small fruit in years ns there i. hardly having time to save themselves both door mat and foot scraper. One moveTJN-VAR- E, ment of the foot owr the semper and thin season. Loss unknown, between the brushes cleans the mud and The young ladies of the Methodist Church Buio'vhnrdt has nice fresh spiing lamb for dirt from the sides and sole of the boot is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. expect to give their Aesthetic Concert Men-da- y sale every day. For sale by Whitesides & McEwan. night week. . The best and largest assortment of clocks The Democratic State Convention in sesMo3tof onr correspondents intended the sion at Louisville this week nominated the at Phillip Selbert's. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Convention at Louisville this week, hence following state ticket: , Skinny Men. the scarcity of countv news. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. For Governor J. Proctor Knott, of Ma"Wells' Health Kenewer" restores health Very respectfully, rion. and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Col. It. P. Pepper's fine Hotting mare, For Lieutenant Governor J. R. Hind-ma- Sexal ilcbilitv. SI. Catchfly, won the second race at Maysville of Adair. Tuesday in three straight heals. Announcement. For Attorney General P. W. Hardin, of Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Mr. H. C. Oldi and Miss Mary Mahoney Mercer. FOIt HUPUESKNTATIVE. were married by Rev. Father L. Young, at Fayette Hewitt, of Hardin. For'Anditor Wo .ire authorized to announce A. G. BRAW-NEhis residence. Thursday morning. They Tate, of For Treahurer James W. aj ii ctii'llJato for Ropresontativo of left on the 10.20 train for a shoit bridal Franklin. Franklin county, subjtct to the will of the peotour. For Superintendent of Public Instruction ple at the- August election, 1S83. Jos. Desha Pickett, of Fayette. I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I hae lemovcd mv stock of The question of authorizing the County FOR REGISTER. Court to subscribe one hundred thousand Advertised Letters. Wo aro authorized to announce NAT. P. POR. , , dollars to the capital slock of the Paris, TER, of Woodford county, foiraer traveling Jc Frankfort Railroad will be TO THE WAREHOUSE OX THE Georgetown Fuankkout Ky., May 1'J, 1S83. agent for the old Transylvania Printing Comsubmitted to the voters of .Bourbon county Butler, Eflle Belts, James pany and the Yeoman OHjcl--, as a candidato for Blew tier, Win Bianner, Mr today. Registor of tho Land Office, subject to tho action Next door to the office of Meirs. W. A. Gaines & Co., v here I am selling the old stock at Clayloon, Belle Chiypool, It B of the Demooratio party. Chyliaw, Mat runing out to the lire it noon Wednes- demons, John W In 1 1? Dilger, Carolina day, the engine ran over a fine hog at the Coleman, Patrick Dannell, Bob Hnckner, T D i Call early if you to get the 50 per cent, reduction in New Good constantly recehed. corner of Broadway and St. Clair, hurting it Geimeroth, Jacob Gilpin, 'John W former prices. so badly that it had to be killed. It was so Uamrood, Annie Hanchcl, Stephen T Henrn, George large as to stall the horses and bring the Han is. Henry Julgan, Arry Holmes, J B still. machine to a stand JONES BROS., Proprietors. FBANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. k it:-?- ! !. " w FOB OUSii U i! L 1 w - - 1 11 STOVES, GRATES, &C. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. n, JOH2T T. BUOKLBT, R - south: side qt masst Gr FIRE AFTER T O FURNIT UR E &C ea1 y 5 ?1 fewest, FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work lor John-o- Madifon, Feeley Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Matron, Lane Pry or, Fleming tion, desired by the Supervising Architect, Perhnui, M A STEAM GAUGES, at Washington, concerning the locality. It Slacker, Susan Saunders, J D BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. will, be forwarded to Washington when Tonsley, John R completed. Weley, John D BSyContracts for New Work in any pan o Lester, Indiniu S A large excursion party of ladies and Say advertised when calling for the above of the State. gentlemen from Versailles and Lawrence-bur- g letters. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets, . J. G. Hatciiitt P. M. North Side, Trankfort, Ky. April t went down to Louisville Wednesday Try one of Marshall & Meagher's Italian They spent inoM City of Frankfort. on the Fish Lines if you want n good one. of their time dancing on the way down, and city were having a when they reached this No mud or dirt tracked into the house if good time generally. the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For Has just receivod his spring and summer stock of Berberich is the man to get yon up a first sale by Whites'tdes & MoEwan. for the .least money. class suit of clothes For comfortable and stylish shoes call on Call and see him. AND FANCY Marshall & Meagher. watch-houStamping Ground is putting up a Wanted. Tohorrow$l,00l). for one year in which to confine her evil doers, so Will give mortgage on unincumbered real our young men who ride out there on Sun day must be careful not to absorb too much estate worth tuicethc amount, to secure benzine while there, or they will getlocked payment of same. For information apply up and have to stay over a day or two longer this office. m &C. than they would like to. Boot Cleaner is cheaper The Perfection For sule by Call and see him at Swigert's old "A gentleman writinir to the Georgetown and better than a door mat. te McEwan. Times from Dallas, Texas, says: "I recently Whiteside standi met Leon Moore, of Fort Worth, formerly Fou Ri:xt. A small house with two of Georgetown. He looks fat and flue, and St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. rooms. Apply to Mrs. M. G. Jetl'ers. is making plenty of money." This will be Nov. good news to the many friends of Mr. A picture given with every purchase Moore in this city, where he was bom nnd amounting to $1 or more nt It. K. McClure raised. ic flro's. iS-- Mr. D. M. Woodson is engaged in making a plat of the site of the new Government Building, which will give all the informa- n, A J Lane, Hellen Jackson, Martha Mailer, Balser McLane, J It McKennev, Mary Pnwel, Ed" Richson, Lano Saner, J Stone, John Ytuieiir, Mariah Williams, W P Undertaking In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. May 20-iy. Reduced Prices. ui-.l- H R ROGERS. 4? 4J.1 R. K. McCLUB Are making greater efforts than ever, u Si I. T. RUNYAN, S zExisra-- : to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at M STAPLE se DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP .J, - . . HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is fMH 4 11 DR. ON JAMES ELY, to id iAl The alarm of flro Wednesday, at noon, was occasioned by the burning of a portion of tbo floor of the room over the kitchen at the residence of Mr. Allen Hulett, on North St. Clair street. The flames were extinguished with buckets before the engine arrived on the ground. The fire was caused by u defective flue, which passed through the floor. Fou Runt. Frame cottage, newly paintHas garden and ed, pti pored, nnd repaired. attached, apply to Joe. LeComple. stable An enormous stock of Hambtirgs at W. T. Ruuyan's. One who knows says that Shubinski's cents dears can't be beat. 5 Olllce in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to 8 Offlco Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. " ?J Hours A. M., 12 1 P. M., 7 to 8 P. M. i 4M JOB WORK Uffl! E ARE M", Mr. Jas. Garnett, a tailor, who was em ployed by Messr. Morris & Alstrom in this McClure & Bro., have received their citv. last winter a vear aco. is a brother of Wrt(J flpring stock of fishing tackle Mrs. Phil. B. Thompson, jr.. and present in the Court House at Harrodsburg, If you have the Spring fever try. while Hon. Dan, Vorhees was making his Havana cigars, they will cure orguement in the Thompson murder trial you. Tuesday, nnd interrupted that gentleman Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair by informing him that lie was a G d d m street, near Broadway. liar. Shu-binski's Fon Sams Cheap. A side board, extension table, and piano, A pply nt this office. nn GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more v :' AT THIS OFFICE A Handsome Transparent Picture. epta3-t- f ' ' . ' " ' ' ' v v J dm siMFPteri &n 3fi i MiU.tfkUUaAU.3ilkniu A.ti "rwtH1dttw&iilAn flfant Vi T..nifl ig 5 V i . J.j.fc mmiiiP-'rr- - &C FRANKFORT R & lifef X It & fK " tir t ' !V S -- ' I:-sc Si't S r V .' n M PA I . ?.!' 5 T i , ' ?.". e s. y J V I W' ftt, r fj E Ip- - fj ? ' ir &- - ! H ? I ' ' felt' ' The melodious music of the hounds is heard every night, wafted on the soft lir, ns the hunteis urge them on in anticipation ol securing the sly old (ox. "Rough on Rats." Gen. Scott Brown, R. It. Hawkins and Cleans out rain, mice, roaches, flics, ant's E 0 Hawkins, delegate from Purinuton nkunK, cliipmitnk, gophers. precinct, attended the Democratic state 25c. Druggists. Convention in Louisville Tuesday. Sorabble, Shelby oounly. Mr. Dale, of Shelby county, purchased all the wool in this section lust week, deBorn. To Warren Black nnd wife, n son, livered at Mr. B. Fanner's store. From 18 12 pounds. to 25 cents per pound was paid, according Ben Skcllcr uot his hntnl cut in a wtrnw to the grade cutter last week. Cedar Chapel Church has undergone : Mis Mnitiu Jones of Jcrico, is visitinc quite an unpiovemcut in tne way oi panu-in!in the last two weeks, and relatives at this place. preparatory for the tegular quarterly meetMr. Wenley Cook ami wife visited relaand ing, which'will beheld tives in Louisville last week. L. II. Salin, the converted Jew, Rev. Mr. Thomas Deakins, ol .Belle Point, born in Bnvnria. Geruinti, will preach at spent Monday at this place. South Benon Baptist Church to night nt 8 will preach Meis. William ind Joe Scobbeaie doins; o'clock. Rev. W. A. Simmons 11 o'clock. at a livelv business with their new hjiw and at the ame place All are invited. grist mill. vV. II. Parrent is in poesion of a very Mrs. J. C. Deakins, of Sweet Home, remarkable b'ud. He will not dispose ol ' Henry countv, visiting her parents, Mr. it until he can find out the name of it. The and Mrs. J. 0. Mooie. following will serve as an accuiate descripMessiN. 0. W. Perkins and John Pulliain tion: A short tail like a duck, long irreen mode a llin: trip to the liver lnt Satiuday legs resembling a "hilepoke'u, claws three evening fishing. Fisherman's luck. inches lout: body the sire and color of u dark pigeon, long bill, vellownt the tip. ft Annie Lin Mr. lli'iny Drugnn and Mi r, and a very like a die, of lliis countv, ueie married last I'liara-day- . large flat led comb owner would be very short neck. The Rev. H. V. Baker ollieiating. much gratified if some naturalist would Dr. J. 11. Edding, formerly of Lockporl, inlorm him what inline it should be desighas moed to J:iek'oiiille, this county. nated bv. He is u very irumi-iiiiyouiisi man. Brush hen von meet with an accutent, cet u upvour bonnet- -, girls, the doctor is an sprained ankle, or are otherwise injured, unmarried man: don't go to the expense ol sending for a doc I will ,i u?t inform Mr. Guess that Rusty tor, hut applv Kendalls Spavin cine, am Cuss hns never p'nehased anv goods Irom you will experience instant lelief. oatu nariis. l am aware that the- - uone ' trade is u little dull at thin lime, but click jBtt's Station. lo it, Guess, it will be better in a lew dins; is money in bones, don't be discourthere Rip in spending a few days nt the river aged, Mr. Guess. this week with Ins trot. Ruvty Cuss Corn has all been planted out this way, Ashland, Pa , June J5, lSi0. A cti'-- ol and fanners gone a spavin that ranie under my observation was Mi-sBettic Nelson and Maggie Owen entiiely cured by one bottle of Kendall's spent last Saturday with Mrs Owen. Spavin Cure, and the horce ulienvardu Misses Lizzie Jett and Fanny Whittington for two bundled dollars.- - Yours tiuly, have been spending n few days in Frankfort. C. II. Barxaiu). Mrs. S. P. Browder and Mrs. C. C. Furr, Bridgeport. ol Fiankfoit, spent the day with Mrs. Owen last Wednesday. Mrs. Lizzie Robeits has recovered from Fine prospect for a good crop of water recent illness. melons this year out this way. Mr. Lditor, Mrs. Fannie Parrent has been quite sick come out and eat some. during the past two weeks. Messrs. Fosg, Quinn, and Ilearu went n Mrs. Dr. Crutcher and Miss Kate Jen- fishing last Wednesday and came home with no fish, but the usual fisherman's luck. kins are still on the sick list. From now on there will no doubt be n Born. May Iflth, 1883, to K. V. Gainer good hand of corn. We understand those and wife, a son Bin, weight II lbs. w ho have corn up sav the hand is a good Asberry, of Frank tort, preached one. Rev. at South Benson Church last Sunday, urs. K Wing came out to lie at home Mr. F. M. Scofield has very much im- upon the arrival of her father and mother, Col. It. W Scott and wife, who are expectproved his residence by repair, paint, etc. ed home this week or the fiist of next. Tribble and wife, of Shelby Mr. N. P. The Inst two iains we have had caused county, ate the guests of Mr. Joe Terry and eveiything to giow so fast you can almost wife this week. see it jump up. Wheat out this way will Mr. Win. Bniles, wife and Miss Mamie make about of a crop, and witli in Ree-of Henry county, visited relatives a good season. this town this week. Your humble servant, with a friend, took Mr. J. W. Jack-o- n and wifeaiein Louis- dinner lait Satuidnv week in Frankfort, ville this week, the Vquire being one ol the and there was n mnny nice fresh vegetable Democratic Convention. that it made us countiy chaps ashamed, but Col. J. N. Crutcher.nf Belle Point, took in we did out duty, and for in self it was too the village and vicinity last Sutidnv. The hue lor iitteiance, nnd consequently could Col. is ever a welcome visitor to this section. not give von the news last week. Sl'KlfiCS. Mifiaes Serene Moreland, Anna Bill and made a visit in Shelby IIou-i- : and Sallie Crocket Bi'rnkd. Early on last Saturday county Sunday and Monday ol thi- - week. morning the house occupied bv .Tnck Dodd, on the turin ol W E Siinm. Eq.. 0 miles Messrs J. B. Russell, G. W. Hall, and J. fioin Lexington, on theTodd'- load, was It. Hawkins, jr.. have been in Louisville detroved by lire Mr Dodd and his as delegates to the Decnociatic Conven- family lost nearly everything in the house, tion. and bai ely had time to save themselves. Miss Jennie Cunningham nnd her little Lexington Tianscript. neiee. Belle, have leturned to their home in Mrs Dodd iB a sister of Mr. J. W. Ganlt Graelensburg fioitt ft vnit lo friends in this and Mrs. J. M. Banta, of this city. place. Tuc-donight, about nine o'clock, Dick entered the meat Some person or per-oof Mr Jno Armstrong last Monday Hnrvie, coloied, went into the establishment house night, and took theiedom several pieces of of Mr. Dan. Meagher, on Ann street, and bacon, but owing to the timely interference aked for n bam sandwich. Mr. Vol of bis son, Piestou, and the harking of a dog , roote was tieliiud the counter and set out the thieves were fooled in their purpo-ethe meat being found the next morning the desiied article Harvie objected to the setting against th? yard fence. size ol the sandwich anil asked for a larger Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for the one, which Mr. Foote prepared for him: but week ending Ma 18lh, 1883: Crockett he was still not satisfied and lefused to take Tarrent, Willie Parrent, Daisy Parrent, it. Mr. Foote said something to him about .'Samuella Crockett, Mattie Lou Crockett, putting him to the trouble to prepare the Forrest Miles1, Emma Russell. Jennie Rump, Erne-iWil- sandwich, when Ifnrvie said he could not Mngg;e Branch, Allie Wilson. son, Sallie Wilson, Annie Uowden, Willis force him to take it, which Foote acknowDowden. Rosa Ilieatt, Addie Hawkins, ledged to be the fact, when Harvie, who John Brown. was drinking, thrust his hand in his pocket ns if to draw a weapon and became insult-inFarmdale. Mr. Foote caught up a carving knife Farmers are busy replanting corn. which wns lying behind the counter, when A flood warm rain would he acceptable (Iarvie started towards him and Boh Green, juet now. colored, who vvns present, stepped in between them and shoved them apart. The Mr. Oscar Blakemore is very much two men kept Irving to get at each other Miss Eliza Johnson was quite ill the until they reached the door, wiien Harvie 'first of the week, but is now much better. stooped down as if to pick up a brick, Green Misfl Lou Pattie hns returned home from stepped from between them, and at the a protracted visit to New Castle, Henry same time Foote struck at Harvie with the county. knife, cutting him down the back of the The funeral of Mrs. Anna Blakemore neck and back, inflicting a painful, if not was largely attended bv weeping friends dangerous wound. and relatives. Dr. Jason A. Scott, Louisville, Ky., The potato bugs have already put in their appearance for the summer campaign, and, writes: "Brown's Iron Bitters is unrivaled from present indications, will be quite an as a family medicine. I use it in mv prac annoyance, ROUNDABOUT, 83 GRAND COMBINATION,' 83 S. F. Smith, M. D. O. A. D. IHovvn, M. D Drs. Smit Physicians & Brown, Surgeons, Chc:a;oako and it . & Railway, Frankfort WEEKLY One year for only Roundabout Ml KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST bed-bug- s, AND THE LOUISVILLE COVRIER-JOVR- tor NEW YORK. FKANKFORT, Office mid residence next Uoor Church, S Olnir street. K ,Y . ONLY to the Hnptlst $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of ono, varm-diin- g y My payliB us 52 oo you v. ill receive for one year JHyour home paper with the Courier fourim!. the representative ncwspapei of the South, nnd the USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON and ablest family "VVm'hlv in tlio beit, luifihtest United btate. Thoe v!io dciire to CAamine a simixorot'i'S nt th" Kentucky ItiMltulinn for ple copy of the CJottrier-.- I oumml can do so the TMiic.itioti hmI Tr.ilnitit; f l'eublo Minded oflicp. at this i tnke place every I'rid.'y Children will iiftiriieoti Irom 2 to 4 o'cleek P. M. Tlio InstiThousands bear witness to the positive tution ii open for v tailor nt itny titno wlien most curative powers of the Great German lnvig-orator- . convenient for tlietn to ntlirid. For sale by See advertisement. .1011 X Q. A. s. THWART, Superlntcilent. NOTICE. LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOtJI S VI Xj L E . -- Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. USSMtXZUCHtXBMX Oct. tf. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. suisyiEMrai SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY Or DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., U WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TBAIKS FOE iNr? Mew Life given by using Brown's In the Iron Bitters. Winter it strengthens and warms the system; in the Spring it enriches the blood and conquers disease; in the Summer it gives tone to the nerves and digestive organs; in the Fall it enables the system to stand the shock of sudden changes. is .v WATCH'?IA K EK, Successor to 1$. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., contltuu'D the nntcli r- - airing busdncr. at the old stand. IU Dromitric?s and cnrcl'ul work ho hope to merit tlij pntrotingo of those who desire to have their watcho repa'ucil without tlninii;r,o biin done them. Surveyors' com-pni- o repaired nnd other itisti anient requiring delicate mid ncctir.ito mljtii'tmeiU. E "W THE AND YORK, ROUTE TO ALL in DIRECT roo-te- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ft fJ: Mi. r it In no way can disease be so surely prevented as by keeping the system in perfect condition. Brown's For tickets and further information upply to or address James retiring from liniiii'! in Frnnkfort I take your nearest In treasure in e)iretlni; my entire confidence In C. Krnst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. Air. S. Ayre, nnd from my lon iu'tmintncc C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, with him nc n vvoikmnn, do not himitate to comGeneral Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., mend him ilk cvtrv wuv e,ialk of meeting the. expectation of my former patron. Richmond, Virginia. D. F. MFEK. tickot-ofiluo, '. 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