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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 fra1883060201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 . The Frankfort Roundabout. QEOR0E A. LEWIS, Pablishor. V 'M - DE VOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER- YEAR d Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT The beflt nnd cheapest jjroceries in city nt James MeeneyV. KY., JUNE 2. i8fy. Number 37. J ?& RIVER PACKET the State Newd. THE STEAMER There nre 155,000 Baptists in the Stnte. FANNIE jn fc FREESE The Mt. Sterling Fair will commence on the 3 1st of July. The new Catholic Church will bo dedicated in Cythiatin f Will receive nnd forward freights to Loulsvlllo, Madison, and all points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS nnd to nil points North, East nnd West. RATESS BILLS OF Tlie State College cominencement take place tit Lexington Tuesday. will WILLGIVETHR0U6H Lexington will have a brooiu'drill ami UOIHS rcsthetic concert Tuesday evening. Will leavo Frankfort for Louisville ovory The Fulton Index advocates "tariff for Tuesday and Fridny morning, nt 9 o'clock, and returning leavo Louisville for Frankfort revenue and whisky for snake bites only." every Wednesday and Saturday nlternoon nt 4 Bowling Green will drink soda water o'clock. For rates and Information apply to during the heated term Irom a $l,U0O foun- LEW. CHURCH, Agent. Frankfort, Ky. tain. Or S. V. Fonoa, mar 3 tf. Matter. Piuirf, North Middletowu, Winchester and Lexin;ion are to be connected by telephone. Geo. O'Neal, of Paris, wants to be SergeuitntArm8 ol the next House of Col. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, representative. heavy hail storm Sunday did great damage to the fruit trees and gardens in Mad i8on county. A A twenty pound wild turkey gobbler was Carter county boy, shot by n tilteun yeai-olwno cairied him home. d SOUTH One FRANKFORT, Lot, Cor nor Second nnd Logan si roots, 100 by 120 feet. One Lot, Fronting River, between Logan and Hurray Streets, 125 by 165 i'eet to low water mark. J. G. DUDLEY & BRO. May 20-3t. A flagman went to sleep at HulgeV Station, on the C. & O. Rnilrond, in Clark county, Tuesday, and as a result the through train from Washington ran into a freight train, wrecking the passenger engine uud several box cars, nnd slightly injuring the engineer and fireman. President Gonzales of Mexico, was so well pleased with a Kentucky thorough-brepresented him by a gentleman in St. Louis thai he has written the gentleman who pur chased the horse sent him to procure for thoroughhim two of the best breds he can iind in the State. A treight train on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad collided with a freight car left standing on the track at Kiukcud Station, near Georgetown, Tuesday. All the cars were throw n off the track, the conductor uud fireman were seriously wounded, 2011 yards of track was torn up, and the eutue train wrecked, A Mercer county woman left her husband and went to Cincinnati with a photographer and lived with him as his wile, ller husband lollowed on, hunted her up, persuaded her to sign papers relinquishing her right to any ol his property, paid her $125 not to contest his suit lor divorc-- , and returned home. This was u much better way out ol the tiouble than shooting the man she went off with. three-year-ol- WE HAVE i m. SURPRISED OURSELVES - 'AU ri W d We Have More Than Doubled M OUR SALES DURING THE PAST MONTH. W ' M The Kuoxville branch of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad will be opened lor business on the fourth of July. Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kidand Urinary Diseases. $1 Druggists. ney, Bladder "Buohupaiba." . Bloomington. 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. W. J Messrs. W. F. Smith and Juo. Glanton, Paris is endeavoring to secure the loca nre the boss fishermen in this burg. tion of the Kentucky Central Railroad Sowing millet and huugarinn grass seed machine shops at that place. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY is encaging the attention of some of our Judge D. B. Garrison resumed editorial farmers this week. charge of the Mt. Sterling Democrat yesterOur friend and neighbor, Jno. Wallace, day, Mr. Theodore Stewart retiring. lias kindly consented to serve the district No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building. gussware. tor one term a trustee. Election Saturday notions, The Franklin Favorile claims that there evening, the 2d inst. KEW PLANING MILL. I cordially invito you to oall and examine my is a "inuly scrub" cow in Simpson county Byron Scanllaud sold n fine milch cow WM. S. DEHONEY OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXOSTGTOlSr, KY. Jt DRY GOODS, cunt t New and Fresh Stock of Goods. that givs seven gallons of milk per day. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY SepStf. LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND Louis Miller, jr., suicided at Maysville Sunday by taking laudanum. This is the in that city in third cane of the past month. youn; lady resides in Richmond who hiijs she vill not marry a man who plays A cards lor tun. Perhaps she preleroone who makes it a business. ' PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. SEED, It is slated upon reliable authority that Walter Davis will enter a civil suit against Phil. B. Thompson, jr., for the murder of her husband. Mrs. this" week, price $45. They are coming down some in prices. Jack Long, Esq., sold last week to Capt. Milton Arnold one horse, two calves and a small bunch of hogs for $170 cash. Capt. R. C. Church, the livery man of Frankfort, has been down inspecting some of our good hoise stock this week. Mrs. Z. A. Moore nnd daughter, MUs Annie, ol ihe Cedar Run neighborhood, has been on a visit this week to the family of Job Smith, Esq. Some of our farmers have failed in growing a sutticiency of tobacco plants for setting a full crop. Among this number we are sorry to say is Mr. Chas. Luukett. CROMWELL, AND J.M.WAKEFIELD recently Establishment Having added to his First-CInss Attorney-at-Law- , Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Real Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Fiunklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special Attention to the purchase and sale ut real ostnte, collet-lioof rent!', claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Sash, Boors, Slinds, Frames, Molding ALSO June 25-l- y. Scroll Work. Stair Work & Turning Gottey out in the Bet Stylo. MavlS tf. 1 , . VIOK'S FLOWER y JOE LeCOMPTFS SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S Mr. and Mrs. Thod. Sullivan are alwnys doing something to make themselves appreciated by poor hungry morul-- . Uu m i lie spring it was jowl aiuiiceiic, uu. ti i? lamb and green peas. Milton Mrs. Arnold, tho wife of Capt Arnold, had the misfortune in her house 2105 Lexington is to have a hnngiug, provided cleaning work to get a small piece of lime the Governor does not interfere. Dan in one ol her eves which caused her great Lhu moHt Niicci'MHlul dUcocrcd a it certain in its effects Tiinberlaku, ol color, is to be the victim, pain for several days, NlI'PER blister. Kr.AIJ PKOOK HELOW. and he whs convicted ol raping a little colored girl. Officers of August Election, 1833. Gen. Cas.siiis M. Clay, of Madison county, offers a reward of $100 "lor the discovery and conviction of the thief dead or alive" who has been stealing his sheep for sev eral years. CMWIkiA KENDALL 3 .J JjjjjT -! 1 JUST RECLIVKD BY SZ Y. BERBERICH, Meioh.ant Tailor, ! ST. CLAIR STREET, lfitiely cur and does not BETWEEN MAIN and BBOAUWAI 1 Saved him $1,800 ha raififiil D rSVaKEHDBD 3Y PHTOCIAWB. Oatarrh of the Nasal and Uioeratlvei Catarrh of the Bar. Iy or INTERNALLY, and Throat. It la tnkan Blood acts DIRCOTLY upon theSystem. and It Mucous Surfaoss of the Is the best Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. TECS Cavlty-Ohro- nlo oxit tump cms rot urns: And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaso of Oatarrh It will not Pure. WILL CUKE ANY CASE. Office of A. T. Btiwirt ft Co. I Chioiqo, 111., June 4, 1880. f Uettre. F. J. Cheney dk Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I in Informing you that I bare uad Hairs Catarrh Cure. It lias cured raeIwaavry bid -- and don't hesitate to my thai It will cure any en bo of Catarrh If taken Yuuro truly, proparlr. take-pleasur-e Court House Jus. A. Richardson, Win. young couple eloped from Richmond Sunday nlternoon and endeavored to reach French, judges; Richard Mori is, clerk; George B. Thompson, sherill. Aberdeen, Ohio, but a telegram Irom the .Itrome Market House John Henden-on- , would-b- e bride's lather caused her arrest in Weiuel, judges; T. J. Hutchison, clerk; 1j. Ij. Cox. slieiiir. Mavsv'ille. Gas House J T. Peaking, Nat McD.in-ie- l, judges1; J. N. Crutcher. clerk; W. W. P. Tnulbco or the Mountain Mr. is to be piesented a gold headed Hughes, sherill'. Clarion, Forks of Elkhorn H. M. Hedford, A. cane for the manner in which he placed Mr-J- W. Macklin, judges; U. C. Greenup, clerk; G. Cecil in nomination before the Demo W. 0. Fiench, sl.erirt. Pinl'fl Mill 1.(5 Jackson. C cratic State Convention. judges; J. V. Parker, eleik; U. G. Hocken- Col. Dodge, Vice President of the K. U. suiitli, s lien 11. Bloomington J. Scott Hawkins, W. II. Itailroad has purchase.! Fstill, Cottage and Jones, si'., judge?; W. II. .lones,-- jr , cleik; and lied Hi er Furnaces on ihu line of his Cvrufl Culvert, sheriff. road, lie paid $100,000 for the first two "Mil 1.1 Kiwili . . M.ilinnnv. , ft. V llinrnd P ....... .....WW with the lauds adjoining. judges; L. Wentworth, clerk; J. II. Moore, A . R.H-iden- . , Ahams, N. Y. Jan. 30, :S3a. I Dr. U J. Kknpall i Co., (iciit: Hani(rued a' in Cure null great good deal of your Kendall's success 1 thought I would let you know what it lias me, I wo jcar a?o I had a speed) a colt drne for aswascer raised in Jefferson County. When 1 wa broking hii.i, lie Licked oer the crossbar and got fast anil tore one of his hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best farriers, but they all said he was and I spoiled. He had a cry laxge thorough-piused tuo bottles of jour Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and he sold afterwards for S1S&0 tdolhrsj. Ihaeused it for bone spawns mid wind galls, and it has alwajs cured completely and left the leg smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I have recommended it to a good many, and the) all say it itheringtou & KueilandU does the work. I was in drug itnrc, in Adams, the other day and saw a very ou svnt them, I tried to buy it1 fine piuurc but could not; they said if I would write to you that 011 woulil semi me one. wish you womu, ami I will do )ou all the good I cm. E, S. Lman. Very respectfully, n 1 Keeps constantly on hand olothea, doeskin?, ana ncn. ost stjlos nt f.inoy Fiotieh cassimcrcs. Ho is prepared to tunke thorn up on short notici', nud give perfiet garments, stylish uud llt-ti- - a a nj U'imtortiible. fcMI thn. W. J. CHINEr, DE.U.K1! IX Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. KimiailK culars rccLied, Dk.11, ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell -- i J. B. WSATRBRTORO. WOBTn S10 A BOTTLE. E. Moiuuv. Jaekatn, Mich., writes Have had Catarrh, for 80 years. Hall' Catarrh Cure cured e. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. ISold by all Dnycglsts at 75 cu per bottle. Manufactured and solrtiV F J. CHENEY & CO. Sole Fropriaton, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salo by JOS. LeOOMPTE, DRUQOIST, Oot 18-l- y South Frankfort. Mensrm Two men by the name of Waldin nnd Jna. Unlet. S. T. Stiirers. iud'cs: Davidson, Irom Brooklyn, New York, con- J. J3. F. Stigers. clerk; J. T. Tharp. sherill. . acolielil, J. w. .laoK-son- . F. Bridgeport verts ol the Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, are judges, Church Bailey, cleik; Ii. F. preaching in the eastern part of the State Morrison, sherill'. and selling Bro. Barnes book of sermons. Cedar Run R. II. Hawkins. M. P. A verill, judges; B. F. Rodgers, clerk; Geo. Perry Wherrit, Ksq., for 32 years County S. Green, sheriff. J. W. GAINES, S. F. C. Clerk of Harrison county, is dead. Dr. Beale, Representative of that county in the Pr. F. M. Epley, Louisville, says: last two sessions of tho Legislature, is one "Brown's Iron Bitters has disaupointad me of fifteen candidates for tho position made in none of the diseases (or which it is rec ommended." vacant by his death. tdieiitt . 12th. iS3i. Vevav. Co., Gents: Sample of cirl'lease send me some with my imprint, printed on one side only. The Kendall's Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and not only lor auiinals, hut for human ailments also, Mr. Jos. Vnris. one of the leiilintr farmers in our lountrv. sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the aluc of the remedy for horses, tried it on himselt, and it did far better than he had expected. Cured the sprain in very snort oruer, C, O. Tiiieiiamj, Yours respectfully, (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Price $ per bottle, or 6 bottles for $ All druggists it hae it or can get 11offor you, orthe will be sent to any Can bo found at hi nfflco from S1 a. m. to 5 p. proprietors, Dr. H. address on receipt price by J. Kendall & Co., Enosbiirgh Falls, Vt. Send for m. ready to do all kinds of dentnl work to the Illustrated circular. entire satisfaction of those who may ohosn t July 15. patronlzo bliu. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. on human Ind.. Auz. flesh. attho very lowed figures FOR J. C. CASE! BUSH, D. I). S., i m Sii ;i STTnp.oBOOiT :r:E::fcsr,x,x3'z t'BANKH'ORT, ICY., ' , S&, i IfcUW a .. ' . fejfc'fi), ' ,', . r. wV , y.'.i ' .v j : v . i .1 i 7U pp)NMXvpVWpWr T - . ;:- W; ft'", . $ SS--S ! , Eg-gBgggg- -gB , FRANKFORT post-offic- RODNDABOUT, Flour from $2 up, at James Heeney's. :. i Edith Neirc, a white woman sent to the e at Frankfort, Kentucky 'itorodatthe at second class mailable matter. Penitentiary from Letcher county for life, doned out of the prison Tuesday by Gov. Blackburn. She was hardly responsible for SLitor and her crime, being very hussuperstitious. She dreamed that her FRANKFORT, JUNE 2, 18SM. band was going to murder her and that in outer to save herself she must kill him, and Please bcnr in mind tlmt tlie blue pencil believing firmly in dreams she heeded the mark X on yonr paper indicates tlml the admonition of her dream and killed him time for which von linve paid Iimh expired while nsleep. She had served two years and yon arc requeued to call around and of her sentence. settle. Cutting and fitting neatly executed by Choice beef at Bnrckhardt's daily. Berberich, the tailcr. Now then Itrinjr on yonr June meetings. Editor Roundabout: There isa fine prospect for a good crop of The Yeoman, addressing me as its "anblackberries this season. cient enemy," gives some gratuituous advice It it were not Messrs. Payne te Berrv nre having their about running a presumptions 1 would volunteer a few sugand refitted. office repaired gestions to my hoary friend, the Yeoman, Mr. V. Berberich, the tailor, will make as to how an infantile new spacer should be you a business or dress suit on short notice. conducted. The first would be, that he five incompetent mail carFon Rent. Small house, with front and dismiss at once riers and employ a trusty boy; then a part back yard. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Walcutt. of his morning mail will not be lett in the Isaac Murphy, of Fleetwood Stock Farm, box and a part carried in pockets around rode the winner in several of the big races town every day till in the alteruoon. at Louisville this week. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. pi J GEORGE A. LEWIS, for the murder of her husband, was par- and. Fvublislier. weak-minde- d & 1,1 K I post-offic- Wfr v &., fcv' ! I M. , .y. Sw ' - , , V j RS. , ' 3 .. . &&. J. 'I " jV 1" ' P . V. ?,. ' luu r ' f was closed from 10 a. m. The Nice spring lamb at Burckhardt's every to 5 p. m. Wednesday on account of its morning. being "decoration day." We have seen of lute several items going The State Sunday School Convention of the rounds of the press of the State concernthe Christian Church will meet in Rich- ing the curious relationship between families mond on the 3d of July. but there are which have F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's two eldeily ladies of our acquaintance residMrs. Lydia E. Pinkham is dead, but her Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any picture will survive her for years in patent ing in Fayette county, who are more numer case of Catarrh that can't be cured with ously related than anyone we have heard of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph medicine advertisements. Druggist. yet. Mrs. Elizabeth Cromwell married an The races at Louisville were not very uncle ot Mrs, Christopher Keiser, her three piofitable to the Kentucky boys They brothers and step brother married the four were so unfortunate as to bet on the wrong sisters of Mrs. Keiser; Mrs. Reiser's brother In this city, on Saturday, May 2Gth, to Mr. horse everv time. then married Mrs. Cromwell's daughter, Wiley C. Williams and wife, a son Wu.ev, Jr. her oldest son married another daughter.and Mr. J. M. Wigginton audjMiss Margaret r. Her youngest son a If Dixon, from near Elmville, were married in anyone can tell us what relation these two Georgetown Tuesday. The groom was CO Indies and their respective families are, one years of age and the biide 40. We reduced the price of our with another, we will be glad to hear from flour. have greatly read the following; As evidence Monday is County Court day, and we them, as we confess it is a persimmon CAPITAL PATENT - ..$3.75perundred. hope those of our subscribers who come to above our pole. FEANKFOET BELLE- - 3.00 " 2.76 XXX town will drop in' and tell us, the news in Base Ball. neigh boohood, and look after their Low grades in proportion. their A liberal discount to dealers. subscription. MARTIN BROTHERS. June A game of base ball will be played on the Rev. Mr. Williams will be ordained and in- old grounds in Belle Point, this afternoon, stalled pastor of Providence Baptist Church, between the employe's of the Yeoman and PASTURE FOR RENT. He graduated Commonwealth offices. The game will be in this county, from the Theological Seminary in Louisville called at 3 J o'clock, and the ladies are especHAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO a few weeks since. ially invited to attend. The following will accommodate about fifty head of cattle. compose the players: Terms reasonable. Apply to Mr. Chas. Vogler has moved into his S. M. NOEL, VEOMAX NJX on the comer of Third and Logan may Lee Buckley, c. streets, South Side, has opened a grocery Ed Went, p. on the first floor, and occupies the upper Willie Sheehnn, s. spait as a residence. Willie Parker, 1st b. NEW BKICK COTTAGES, located The graves of those who gave their lives Clarence Kendall, 2d b. TWOUioadway, between Washington and in the late civil war were decorated at our Thomas Joyce, Sd.b. Wilkinson stieets. For terms apply to Cemetery last Saturday evening The decL. A. THOMAS. Denis Lynch, r. f. May oration was conducted very quietlv and was W. 0. Parker, c. f. very impressive. Flowers were not quite W. II. Williams, 1. f. usual as profuse as By order of John McDonald, Manager. Messrs. John Murphy and Frank Can-noCOMMONWEALTH NINE. were engaged in a playful scuffle, ASTIIE STOCK OF FISH IN THE POND Institute has been W, Heffner, c. Monday night, when the former began reduced by fishing during the present spring J. Bower, p. to u condition to endanger the loss of nearly cutting nt the latter with a penknife, and the entire stock, notice is hereby given that Johnny Norton Hutchison, s. s. before he knew it the blade struck Cannon, no further fishing will be allowed to parties Jumbo P. Williams, 1st b. inflicting a painful wound. outside of the childieu and employees of the Raymond Byrnm, 2d b. Institute. Mrs. Walter H. Davis has written and By order of the Board. Frank H. Morse, 3d b, GRANT GREEN, President. had published in the Lexington Tiitiiscript W. A. Meighan, 1. f. a "statement," in which she places the C. Graham, c. f. most implicit confidence in the innocence ol Thomas Herbert Lewis, r. f. her late husband. The statement is well made and sounds very truthful. post-offic- e Hons. J. Procler Knott and J. R. Hind man, candidates lor Governor and Lieutcn nut Governor, were in the city Wednesday, Mr. John W. Pavne went up to Win chester Wednesday to attend n meeting of the District Conference of tiie ftletnouist Church, Mrs, Alice B. Orbison has cone to Boston to accompany her daughter, Miss Nellie, who hns been attending Gannett Institute, in that city, home, Mrs. Jesse McCoy and daughter, Miss Mollie, who have been visiting Mrs. II. G. Mattern, retnt tied to their home in Louisville Sunday alteruoon. Mrs. E. 8. Hodges, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Crutcher, in Belle Point. Mr. Headley Boyd, of Grayson, Carter countv, has been visiting his parents in this city this week. Mrs. Richnrd Church left for Louisville Tuesday morning to visit her parents, Mr. B. F. Meek and wile. Mr. Waller Franklin, who hns been confined to bed for the past three weeks, is able to be at his 'office again. Mr. Nat. F. Richardson, who has been confined to bed this week with rheumatism, is able to be about again. Miss Dasie Fitzhugh returned to . her home in Carrollton Saturday, after a visit of several weeks to friends in this city. Mrs. W. II. Hampton and Mrs. Annie Jensen, of Louisville, have been visiting Mrs. H. J. Hyde, South Side, this week. Rev. Robert Christie and wife, who have been visiting relatives in this city, leftfor their home in Louisville Tuesday morning. Mrs. J M. Banta and sister, Mrs. D. J. Dodd, ot Fayette, left Wednesday morning tor a visit to" relatives in Harrison county. .'' -- GO TO- , -- j BSSg . il' HARRIS k HERRMANN, IN inter-marrie- d, A R w CAD E LOW I ! Kortrv grand-daughte- CHEAP FLOUR. ICES 2-- 2t. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. Cllaa-tcaa- . to-da- y. MANG-AN- , SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Corner, Capital Sq.-u.are- I Street, 3fcTort:b.east . new-buildin- Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. 12-i- Hauling of all kinds done Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y - IPor Sale. 12-t- f. PUMPS! 20 Per Cent. Cheaper Than Any NOTICE. Feeble-Minde- d ti OTHER HOUSE. J. H. DAVIDSON, april 21-l- m MAIN STREET. FOR SALE OR RENT. Personal. W - Ik: c ' Will. Riley, colored, better known as "Hoecake," while carelessly handling a twenty-twcaliber pistol, in South Frankfort Wednesday morning, accidentally shot, himself. The ball struck him near the, right wrist, ranged up and lodged near the wound elbow, inflicting a painful tle-The ball was extracted by Dr. S. F. Smith, and the wound is doing well. o h Miss Sue Price spent ville. Tuet-du- y in Louis- Col. Ben. Selby, of Eminence, spent Tues- day in the city. visit- - The ono story briek warehouse and lot on which the snuie is situated, belonging to M. E. Cochran, on the West side of Lewis street, ad joining W. II, Gray's residence, in Frankfort. Fur terms apply to D. W. LINDSEY. April 28, 188:1 lm. HATS T 4 "lATSI STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. Miss Sudie Soper, of Henderson, is ing JliS4 AJMe load. to friends in Henderson. Mis Allie Todd has returned from a visit J. O. MATTER, AGCNT !"OR WHITE HALL, ENS STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS, THE wi m. ht ' .V ' The ladies of the Presbytetiun Church will give a strawberry festival at the Court House Tuesday night. In addition to strawberries, ices, and other delicacies all kinds of fancy articles will be offered for 6ule, and you will find things there to please the eye as well as tickle the pallet. A nice supper can be had for a small sum, and by going there Tuesday night you will not only get the worth of your money but contribute to a good cause, as the money ruised will be made use of to put some much needed re pairs upon the parsonage. L. R. Marion, of the L. C. R. It. Co., sap: "Brown's Iron Bitters I find is a valuable Mr. Jrtines McC'alihler, of Georgetown, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Loulie Bohou, ot Harrodnburg, is visiting her aunt, Mis. W. P. Hudson. Hamburg-America- n Mail AND Line Mis Moggie Clay, of Paris, is visiting her cousin, Miss Loutie Ware, in this city. Mrs. D. J, Dodd, of Fayette county, has been visiting relatives in this city this week. Mrs. Win. Milwiud, of Lexington, visited Mrs, J, B. Lewis the first of the week. Miss llttllie Craddock left Tuesday after noon for a visit to friends in Jacksonville, ILLEIf HL MAIL LIKE STEAMSHIP EOS. Tiukct8 to and from Europe at lowest rates. ALSO IJKALER IN MINERAL WATERS, OHAMPAGNJS CIDKR, GINGER ALE Orders left 3-- tf. Illinois, Mrs. remedy for neuralgia plaints." and bilious com- formerly Mrs. J. B. Major, of this city, is attended to. visiting friends in the city. March Nora Kerr, of Jackfon, Mimia.s' pi, I SELTZER WATER. Offico will bo at Brewery promptly ALL DUNLAF'fl LATEST STYLES & MEN'S BOYS White Straw Hati ly. Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats. 8vl rof A j. 4 4 r f tfl: r&. m&&&h&:M- .A - :m . t -- V, t'i!'L. ylwiSSSSSBStSm 'aAv 2sPB -' SV!w 7-..- , v 1'i.a, Ti i' !. FRANKFORT ' ROUNDABOUT, JUNE 2, 1 Good coffee Hcency's. 15 cents a package at James Call at Burckhardt's and get your nice spring Iamb. Burckhardt has nice fresh spring lamb for The police should keep a lookout for the persons who make a practice of tearing sale every day. HUBT CIRCULATION 11 CITY MO COUNTY down bills which are printed on the streets. The best and largest assortment of clocks-a- t Notices put up the first of the week with I'liillip Sell.ert's. regard to the city being in the Miles' J. E. M. $3 7f at .Tniues Hecncy'e. hands of the City Treasurer, were not alPhilip Selbert, the boss jeweler, St. Clair Call at Bitrckliardt's and get choice beef. lowed to remain an hour after they were street, near Hroadway. posted. McClure fc Bro., have received their For Saw?. A desirable building lot in The Knights Templar Pilgrimage spring stock of fishing tackle. Apply nt thin office. South Frankfort. FRANKFORT, 883. tax-book CAPITAL S. Gk GALLERY! MA.TTER1ST, Prop'r, ART , a No. 439 Main St,, Over Cmtcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. - ft ' t ;MF; Rev. Mr. Tecliiffely, of Louipville. preach at the Episcopal Church morning and evcninjr. will Mr. Pat. Lillin has returned to his old position in the Adams Express office, Mr. John Donnelly retiring. The Auditor thinks the soldier boys ought to pay for the fun they had at Nashville, and not call on the State. Rev. E. P. Humphrey, D. D of Louisville, will preach at the Presbyterian Church to morrow morning and evening. That Cincinnati man who prophesied a drouth seems to have been a little off, least ho far as May was concerned. at his South Mr. Z. T. Collins has Side meat store, and is selling the tendered and freshest beef at 15 cents per pound. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Just received a large invoice of solid silver, In response to an invitation of Col. sterling, fine at Philip Selhert's, the jeweler. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will tfie people of Isaac Wiugate, Eminent Commander of Ciikai'.-si- ou A side board, Fori Salk Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, the Sir table, and piano nt this office. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Knights of that body visited him nt his A picture given with every purchase home. Oct. 25-- tf. residence, Lawn View, at Woodlake, Thnr day evening. At six o'clock the members amounting to SI or more at R. K. McClure of the Commandery met at Odd Fellowg fc Bro's. Temple where they took hacks and proceed Persons desiring a tlrst class meal should ed to Woodlake. call at the restaurant of Dan. Meagher, jr., Arriving at the entrance to his place the on Ann street. Sir Knights left their carriages, formed in line The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper and marched up the long avenue, preceded and better than a door mat. For sale by I TAKE this method of informing the f tblic that from this day I by a band of music. At the yard gate a halt Whitesides fc McEwan. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, t. aking no exceptions or was called and a guard sent in to notily the deviations. My stook of Eminent Commander that his Commandery No mud or dirt tracked into the house if awaited his orders. He soon made his ap- the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For TIN-WAR- E, pearance, and Sir J. K. Stafford, Generalis- sale by Whitesides & McEwan. simo, in a neat speech, informed him that For Rent. Two new cottages with four the Commandery had responded promptly is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. to his call and were present ready for duty. rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. Col. Wingate, in a brief and eloquent man- Apply to John Cochran & Co. -- to Woodlake. 'tjfc exten-Appl- y A" A FOR CASH ONLY. m STOVES, GRATES, &C, V On entering, the hand-om- e parlor was found thrown open for the accommodation of the guests, but a closed door on the right A great deal of the corn was nipped by had the following ominous inscription over the frost last week, and some of it has been it: destroyed by a worm as soon as it comes up " The man who enters here may meet his mother Capt. Jake Swigert has two or three fresh An hour or so was spent in pleasant concows, fair milkers, for sale. Address him versation, in walking about the spuciou-yar- d, for of locality Monday able damage in some parts There was a heavy hail storm in this them to make themselves at home. night, which did considerthe county. ner, welcomed them to his home and invited Frame cottage, newly painted, papered, and repaired. Has garden and stable attached, apply to Joe. LeCompte, m For Kent. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, :i $ Finest stock of gold and silver watches, jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated ware ever exhibited in the city before at Philip Selbert's. JOHN1 T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. . at Spring Station, Woodford county, terms, &c. The State Auditor has refused to pay the militia officers, who accompanied Goy. Blackburn to Nashville lust week as his staff, mileage for the distance traveled by them. A large number of ladies and gentlemen attended the decoration of the Confederate graves in the Cemetery Saturday afternoon, and llowers werefstretvn upon the graves in - great profusion. V ladies of the Methodist Church Monday and Tuesdav evenings was a complete sue cess. Everything went off n'cely and the receipts were very satisfactory. Two colored men, riding in a knocked down and ran over a little toy Tuesday afternoon near the Frankfort bridge. Fortunately lie a mud hole and was not hurt much. buggy, colored South fell in The Aesthetic Concert given by the young Mrs. Elgetha Laughlin, formerly of this county, and daughter of the late A. C. died at her home in Santa Fee, Mo., on the second of May. Mrs. L. is the third member ol this family that has tiled in the last six months. Upholstering, furniture repairing, varnishing, chairs bottomed, and all kinds, ol job work neatly done. Fine work a specialty. Orders left at my residence, 3d street. South Frankfort, will receive prompt atten VV. (i. Goodwin. tion. 3t. Kee-non- , X Mr. H. Burckhardt has rented the new store-rooof Miss Halite Herndou, on Second street, South Side, and will open a meatstore there this morning. He will keep , constantly on hand the freshest and tender-esBerberich's, St. Clair street, is the place which he will sell at lowest prices meat, to visit when you want a neat, durable suit All South Siders should call and see him. of clothes. Has just received big spring and summer stock of Mr. Jacob Rake was coming down stairs More About Hens. at his residence in South Frankfort, Sunday AND FANCY afternoon, when he slipped and full, severely Mr. Editor: Sir, 1 noticed in your last week's issue a injuring his back. He has been confined to bed ever since, but is slowly improving. communication in reference to Mrs. energetic Plymouth Rock bene. It was thought at first that his back wns broken, but he is now able to turn himselt I think my wile can beat that, she has fourteen Plymouth Rock hens and they in bed. . have over one hundred chickens; she has &C. Thousands bear witness to the rositive sold 24 letting), amounting to three hundred powers of the Great German Invig curative for sale by and sixty eggs, besides what she has used Call and see him at Swigert's old orator. See advertisement, for cooking. Now beat that if you can. Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. stand 1 also have a thorough-breJersey heiffer Owing to the fict that a second mob came that I purchased from Maj. II. C. McDow- St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. a calf when she was only down to Mt. Sterling Sunday night from ell, that dropped Nov, Menifee county, for the purpose of taking fourteen mouths and six days old. J. G. Gkkkn, out some of the men confined there in jail t Franklin county, heavily guarded but on finding the jail turned back, Gov. Blackburn on Monday 'Rough on Bats." ordered the Cerro "ordo Guards, of that Clears out nits, mice, roaches, Hies, ants, LL KINDS Ox COAL ON HAND place, into active service to aid the sheriffin skunks, chipmunks, gophers. and for sale at Lowest FriceB by 25c. Druggists. G.B. MACKLIN. protecting the prisoners, i6-t Parties wishing fine goods, such as diamonds, fine chronograph and horse timing watches, solid silver, &c, will save money by which was beautifully illuminated calling on Philip Selbert, the boss jeweler, with Chinese lanterns, :md last, though not before purchasing elsewhere. I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort thot I have removed my stock of least, imbibing copiously of the far tamed Thousands are being cured of Catarrh Buckruu walor, which the Colonel claims every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure that possesses peculiur rejuvenating and restora- the doctors had given up and said could not TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE tive qualities. About ten o'clock the guests be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by Joseph LeCompte, Druggist, South Side. were invited out to partake of a banquet which had been prepared by the Colonel's The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at lady, which was a feast fit for a king. We both door mat and foot scraper. One movecould not begin to enumerate half the many ment of the foot over the scraper and good tilings which, were there spread, so between the brushes cleans the mud and New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in we will simply say that the Knights made a dirt from the sides and sole of the boot. former prices. gallant charge upon the table, and each one For sale by Whitesides & McEwan. bore his part nobly. Skinny Men. At the close of the repast toasts were "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. given and responded to by the distinguished and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, guests present, and among the most notable sexai (leuiiuv. $i. of the speeches was that of the Eminent May Grand Generalissimo, Sir James M. Saffell, Announcement. who, although taken completely by surprise FOR REPRESENTATIVE. when called upon to respond to the sentiment, "The Grand Commandery of KenWe are authorized to announce A. G. DRAW-NEtucky," managed to find the manuscript of as a caalldfce for Representative of an eloquent address stowed away in his Franklin county, subject to the will of the peopocket, which required nearly a minute in ple at the August election, 1883. delivery. Other responses were made by Past Grand Commanders W. LaHue Thomas, of Lexington, and Jake Swigert, of Wood lord county, Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, Rev. J. M. Lewis, Dr. B. F. Du JONES BROS., Proprietors. vail, of this city, and Mr. J. B. Viley, of Midway. Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work tor In reporting the proceedings of the recent meeting of the Grand Commandery Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, the newspaper reporters twisted Col. 's STEAM GAUGES, tir.--t name, Isaac, into Israel, and after leaving the table he was called into the par BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. lor and with appropriate ceremonies dubbed JGSCon tracts for New Work in any pan "Israel, Prince of Entertainers," Dr. J. M. Lewis officiating. of the State. About eleven o'clock the guests took their One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets, April t leave and returned to this city, all being North Side, Frankfort, Ky. fully satisfied that no more enjoyable evening had ever been spent by them. AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, SIDE OF SOUTH MAIN STREET, Greatly Reduced Prices. a, 3s: i m. g TJ" an. d. e rt 3 R. ROGERS. 20-i- y. R R. K. McCLUBE & BRO. i FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, Are making greater efforts than ever, X E3 I UPKUfcTGh! to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at Win-gate- LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP '.' .' ', $ W. T. RUHYAN, STAPLE UE GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is Ktiy-kendal- l's DBY GOODS NOTIONS, Larger Than Ever Before! :'.; Call and examine while stock is fresh. WE AEE d GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more Aife- - COAL! COAL! bod-bug- s, A A Handsome Transparent Picture. tept33-t- f ' , ; , "1j- ?'.'.. :w V -- i- , ..,-..- .v L3fc fcv. '' wmmmi&i hmmmmmm- tt" 4t$ , ' BMHMHHEHMHpHMR9 sra ' H'AtLLWJ.Jl,"IT .! 'V . - N- -, wfm ui Oi ( : ' s i ? ' ft B:.r . is&L )' . it' A?, $ - fc.V v a ?' P . ?i.i J t'vv 5fc ?- - ' m x ,U Tell our young Franklin county friend, who lived in the brush when out here, if he Chosapeake R&ilm;, will A New and Most Important Theory and get out where he can catch more breeze fewer licks next lime he comes, he will on One of the Most Vital KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Advertised Letters. like it better. Questions of the day. For fear I may become irksome and KOR Fhaxkfout, Ky June 2. 1883 If anyone had informed Queen Elizabeth perhaps want privilige of writing again, I will siiy'.. my love to nil who read the Beckley, Jlnry Diir.ej, JnnicH II in her palmiest days that she could have . iiVersole, Hon Abncr Flan ery. Hamtoti been sealed in her "palace in London and RouNiunouT and adieu for this time. HlM.lTH. Hill, George Hvnson. Cannie conversed with Sir Walter Raleigh in his TMB Hix, Uuntioa Howard, Tillio North Carolina home; receiving a reply Brown's Iron Lebanon Ridge. ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Jones, Jack Madison Marrd from him within an hour's time, she would is oivj of the very few tonic Leomett, Rv Dr Miineell. Mrn M E have declared it to be a miracle. And yet, NEW SLEEPING CARS We had a very heavy rain storm in this Price, Lou cl McDaniel. Clmrles medicines that arc not had they lived in the present day, tbisappar-en- t section Monday night. Ottenhenner & Rob' Quin, Muriraret miracle would most readily have been FOR mostly of alcohol or iiifoni witnessed and not seem at all strange or Born To Mr. Charles Wilbom and whiskey, thus becoming a Sutton, R L Itosseon, Jfnrget unnatural. The truth is, new principles wife, on Tuesday, May 29th, a daughter. A SOLID TRAIN fruitful source of intemperYoung, Lorena Mas. J W V are coming into existence, ami the operaMr. Dennis Rearden and returned PROM ance by promoting a desire Say advertised when calling for the above tion ot many laws unknown in the past Tuesday from a visit to Mr. wile Jas. Shannor, is being fully understood in the present. for mm. letters. J. G. Hatchitt P. M. In no way does this lact come more lorcibly in Frankfort. to the mind than in the care and treatment W. B. Tracey, Eq , hnfl purchased Bridgeport. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. of the human body. Millions of people a new buggv. We are hound to have a Brown's Iron brrrERS' have died in past ages from some insignifi- new pike now, sure. TO Spring chickens uiul strawberries are cant or easily controlled cause which, is is guaranteed to be a Some few of our farmers have set out ripe. stimulant, and thoroughly undeistood now and readily tobacco plants. Most of in Mr. J, W. Jenkins and wife have been in handled. Consumption, during the entire theirsection are too small yet the plants it will, in nearly every case, to he set past, has been considered an incurab'e this Louisville this week. OONNEOTING IN SAME DEPOT WITfl take the place of all liquor, There is some complaint in our neighborit is demonstrated that it disease. And yet Mrs. Mollie Armstrong has been in has been and can be cured, even after it has hood about our titerchnut not keeping enotiiili and at the same time absoFASr TEAINS FOB Louisville this week. lutely kill the desire for had a long run. Dr. Felix Oswald has goods to supply the demand, and some -Jf nil. 1'arrent ami Charlie Itussell were just contributed a notable article on this have about made up their minds to go to whiskev and other intoxi-eatin- g He Scrabble hereafter when they wish to pursubject to the Popular Science Monthly in Clay village last week. beverages. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO regards consumption as ptilmomm sctofitla. chase. Mrs. Fannie Parrent, who has been sii'k The impurities ot the blood produce conCupper. a for three weeks, is convalescing. stant irritation in the lungs, thus destroying Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of Switzer. Mrs. Wni. Scofield, who has been visiting their delicate tissues and causing death. v, the American Christian relatives in blielby county, has returned His theory shows conclusively that conAND ALL The farmers are happy since the rain home. sumption is a blood disease. It litis its Brown's Iron says of Mrs. Malvina Jones Htill remains very ill, primaiily in a deranged condition of 11 Bitters : Rev. Llewellyn, of North Carolina, will origin Miss Ophie Thomnson is spending several the kidneys or liver, the only two organs of 16, iSSl. South Benson Church preach at Cin.,0.,Nov. the body, aside from the Iiiiil's, that purify weeks with Miss Minnie Brown, nrnring For tickots and further information npply to (tents : The foolish wastat 11 o'clock. the blood. When the kidneys or liver aie Stamping Ground. your niari8t ing oi ital force in business, or address Jaraea Little Miss Mattie Lou Crockett is in diseased, they are in a sore or lacerated Mr. Jesse Hockersmilh and wife, of Peak's pleasure, and vicious indulU. Ernst, (ieneral Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. Franktort this week visiting her nster, Mrs. state, which communicates poison to every Mill, paid a visit to the family of Mr. gence of oar people, makes C. W. SMITH. Zenada Kirk. ounce of blood that passes through them. Jeff Jones this week. H. W. FULLER, your preparation a necessity; This poisonous blood circulates through XJeneral Manager, will save hunand if applied, Gen. Pass. Agt., There will be preaching at North Fork Dr W. Lee Crutcher and wife left Mon dreds who resort to saloons day for Cincinnati, where Mrs. Cmtcher the s stem and comes to the lungs, where Sunday and probably at night by Rev. W. Richmond, Virginia. the poison is deposited, causing decompo- A. Arrasmith the pastor. for temporary recuperation. expects to jilace herself under the care of an sition in the finely formed cells of the lungs. eminent plivsician for the benefit ot iter Any diseased part of the body has contamMr. Win. Ruble, jailer of Louisville, and health. inating power, and yet the blood, which is wife spent several days with the family of Brown's Iron Messrs. W. G. nndilas. Sargent and S. the life ot the system, is brought into direct Mr. James Lyon this week. has been thoroughly tested V. CrocKett lime been in Louisville this contact with these poisoned oigans, thus Born'. May 24th. to Geo. B. Carter and for dyspepsia, indigestion, week, looking alter the interest of their carrviug contagion to all parts of the bodv. wife, a daughter; on the 27th, to E. 13. tobacco crop, but what success we are not Bishop Jesse T. Peck, D. D., LL. D, Jones and wife, a daughter. biliousness, weakness, debilIjguiSVILLEVNASrllTrfl vho.-- e death has been so recently regretted, able to say. village merchant, who hn been sufferOur ity, overwork, rheumatism, Several Indies and gentlemen of this town is reported to have died of pneumonia, ing with sore eyes and poor old Job's afconsumption, neuralgia. and vicinity took in the big meeting at which medical authorities ntlirm indicates a flictions for sometime, is improving, but liver, complaints, kidney Little Flock, Alton, last Sunday. It being diseased condition'of the kidneys. It is well slowly. troubles, &c, and it never the anniversary of what is known as the known, moreover, that for several years lie Miss Sue Carter, who has been attending had been the victim of severe kidney troufails to render speedy and hard shell Baptists. school in Scott county for the past three TO ble, and the pneumonia which finally terpermanent relief months, has returned home and is now Bridgeport can boast of three as good minated his life was only the last result of mechanics as can be found in the State, viz: the previous blood poisoning. The deadly attending Miss Lizzie Hoover's school. Our Sunday school is progressing verv F. M. Scofield, blacksmith and coach matter which is left in the lungs by the builder; J. B. Russell, sadler and harness impure blood clogs up and finally chokes nicely under the management of Mr. J. B. CHANGE IN maker, and J. V. Jenkins, carpenter. the patient. When this is accomplished Hockensmith (be superintendent. We trust the older members will attend more frePULLMAN PALACE GARS After a seige of 9 months, the Bridgeport rapidly it is called pneumonia or quick quently and encourage the children. S. F, Smith, M. D. U. A. D. 1! own, M. D consumption; when slowly, consumption, nchool closed last Friday, May 25th, 1883, A very sad accident happened near this but in any event it is the result of impure PROM LOUISVILLE TO with appropriate ceremonies. The crown blood, caused by diseased kidneys and liver. place last Wednesday evening. Mr. Ed. ing feature ot the evening was sonic Nashville, Memphis, Ihese are tacts of seience, and vouched Hall and son' were engnged in tr'mining splendid music rendered by Miss Alma fot by all the leading physicians of the day. trees, when the son threw the axe to the Scofield. Surgeons, They show the desirabillcy nay, the neces- ground, not looking where his father was. Little Rock, Montgomery, The contemplated pike connecting this sity, of keeping these most important organs and struck him on the head, inflicting a place and Benson Depot is an improve- in perfect condition, notonlv to insure health dangerous wound. He is in a dangerous . Savannah, Jacksonsville, ment much needed, and were it not for the but also to escape death. It has been fully condition at this writing. Office and residence next door to the Baptist contentions usually arising from the differ" shown, to the sitisfuction of nearly every Church, S. Cliiir street. J. H. Switzer's new boat, Carrie Gray, Mobile, New Orleans. encc of opinion expressed in regard to such unprejudiced mind, tiiat Warner's Safe that was launched at this place a few weeks matters it would be built immediately. The Kidney and Liver Cure is the only known ago is said to be the best boat ever advantages to be derived from the con-s- remedy that can cure and keep in health launched' at this point. Her capacity is notion of such a road would be incalcu-loblthe great blood purifying organs of the body, greater, speed faster, ami can be run UrfUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON not only to this town and the It acts directly upon these members, healTrPQ Seeking home on with more ease than ant other boat at this Depot but to the entire section drained by it. ing all ulaers which may have formed in point. She is fast becoming the favorite TUB prci'cs at the Kentucky Institution foi line of this road tho Education ii'id Training of Fertile Minded will receive special low rates All pergonal advantages should, therefore, be them and placing them in a condition to pleasure craft of Elk horn. For Routes, Childron will hereafter take pliice every Friday Rates. 'Ilmo, laid allele and the common interest of tiie purity and not poison the blood. This is no ito., eeo E. P. Bbvak, Agent, Substitute. iifterneon Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Instiwhole coiiimuuitv be considered. idle statement nor false theory. Mr. W. tution is open for visitors at nt.y time when most Frankfort, or write to C. Beach, foreman of the Buffalo, N.Y., RubFlag Pork. convenient for them to attend. 0. P. ATMORE, Q. P. & T. A., ber Type Foundery, was given up to die by JOHN Q. A. STKWAUT, Point Pleasant. Louisville, Ky. There is now no complaint about rain. both pnysiciansand friends. For four years Oot. he had a terrible cough, accompanied by Oats look bad. Tobacco raisers that have plants have night sweats, chills, and all the well known plenty of work on hand. Tobacco plants are scarce and verysmall Watches, Fme Clocks, EitgraTing, Sis. symptoms. He says: "I finally concluded Born. To Win. Broughton and wife, on The farmers are not all done planting to try Warner's Safe Cure, and in three Sunday morning, a son, weight 5 pounds. months I gained tiventy pounds, recovered com yet. Eleven hogsheads of White Burley tomy lost energy and my health was fully reAs ou have no correspondent from this stored." The lint could be prolonged indefi- bacco were shipped from this vicinity Saturpoint 1 will give you a tew items. nitely, but enough has been said to prove to day. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.. Mr. James Duncan, of Lebanon Ridge, is Mr. James Rosell and wife vioited rela- every sufTerrer Ironi pulmonic troubles, that there is no reason to be discouraged in the very ill. Some thinks there is no chance ol tives in Belle Point the lirst ol the week. recovery. least, and that health can be restored. We have a good Sunday school at Successor to B. F Moek, Main Street, Ffank-forMisses Laura Yount and Alice Polscrovc Ky., continues tho wntoli repairing buslrifRr. h Itasca. Mux Co., Tex., May 26 1F83. conducted by Roberts, as Sureturned Tuesday from a pleasure trip to at the old stand. I)v wrouiitnesit and cutetiil perintendent. Dear Itoundabrivt: Louk-eille-. work be hopes to merit the iiatromigo of thuso I have never before intruded upon the Miss Willie Belle Peters, of Shelby, was Wo will have a singing at Mt. Carml who dosiro to have thiilr wutjhod rupnired withvisiting her aunt, Mrs. R J. Shannon, the columns of a newspaper, but cannot longer Church, on Flat Creek, Sumlav afternoon t out dutfliiiro bo In,; dono tlioin. Surveyors' FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. repaired and other instrument rvtuiriu(; refrain from expressing my high appreciafirst of the week. 3 o'clock. delicate uud accurate adjustment. tion of your weekly visits to us, my family ASK FOR ITJ BUT XTI! TRT ITIU Wheat will not make over of a as well as myself. When it Mr. Henry PoIsgroVe and wife and Mita the maroh crop because it has been frozen out the past house we have a grabbing game, enters who Nannie Stivers, ot Belle Point, were visitinu to see In retiring from business in Frankfort T take winter and is too thin. shall have it first or have the pleasure of relatives on Flat Creek Sunday. pleasure in my entirn confldenco in & There is a good deal of complaint about Mr. S. Ayroe. nud from my long acquaintance Everybody seems to be busy since the reading the news to the rest, bringing the rain, as the ground was so diy and hard inues oi many near, miiuucii menus wvully corn not coming up Some of the people with him ns a workman, do not hesitate to com- Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. mend him as every way cnpablo of meeting the before our eyes, friends whom I can never, are rebreaking and planting over. they could not plow, but they go now. expectation of my former patrons. do I ever wish '.o forget, although there nor Mr. William Noah Woodsides, utile Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging H. F. MEEK. Messrs. James and John Rosell are buy- ure some things connected with my old playing Buse Ball Saturday evening, f il Sept.:tn-t- f a eciality. ing all the calves they can find at fair prices. home that 1 wish could be erased from and put his elbow out of place, it has Orders left at Averill'i drug store will be promptly Anyone that has calves for sale will please memory. proved to be a painful arm. """ d to. April iCti call. 1 have been in Texas now nearlv five Mr. James Rupe, of Benson, is making Mrs. Elizabeth Harrod and son, Alfred, years, and say truthliilly that 1 iiave never some repairs on D. F. Bailey's house, and TD OTJ 13T?T ChousanJl1 of graves arc a"y robbcd heir victims, a moment since 1 have wishes the people of this vicinity to call on of Scrub tile, Shelby county, weie visiting been dissHtit-licOFFICE IN SCUTH'S FRANKFORT, KY. , prolonged, ii a,r. in iiiarestored by uselives the great happiness and her sister and Mrs. R, J. Shannon this been here, the ivorst objectiou one could him when they want carpenters work done. of health have to this country is the seasons. When week. We have now a new on the it rains the mud sticks a little like wax or Ship Stuff, Brnn. Shelled Oats, and Corn GERMAN Mr. Sill Sudduth, of this neighborhood, lar, but we don't mind thut much "when Franklotlund Flat Creek Turnpike. Any- alwaysi an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. bought of Mr, W. T. Ballow, ot Franktort. a we Which positively and permanently cures I M POget use to it." I think if we had Messrs. one wishing to send mail to this vicinity, All kinds of grain bought and sold. TENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMI-NAhorse of many colors. The price we did not S lutesides & Mckwau s Perfection Boot should address Harp, Franklin county, Ky. WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a learn, as loss of energy, loss of Mr. W. A. McDowell, one of our mer sequency of Cleaner we would simply take Perfection memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dim Mrs. Martha Walston has started her Boot Cleaner, mud and all, right straight on chants on Willow Branch, while driving ness of vision, premature old age, and many other his horse in a sulky, ran up on a log with vegetable wagon. She can supply some ot iu the house with us. diseases that lead to consumption and a premature AT circufars with testimonials tttTScnd Our crop prospects are, I think, fully up one wheel and turned it over, No damage the citizens of Frankfort with somethi g ?;ravc. mail. The for INVIGORATOR Is sold at $t to the average, though a little backward done, but it happened to be in a bad place good to eat. box, or six boxes for $s. by all druggists, or will Eersent on account of so much rain in the early and he got very muddy. securely sealed, on receipt of Rustv Cuss, what is the matter with von? .IAH. HHAW, J?.ri.ce( byfree by mail, F. J. CHENEY, 113 Adams it., addressing spring, ue arc ueeuing ram now very Mr. Ambrose McDaniel and wife have Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, went No news from Scrabble last week. much, just in this neighborhood, though parted the second time and have only been For sale by Muzzle Loading .to see Rusty, hut he had jione to Louisville. there has been an abundance of rain near married about one month. He started last Guns Irom 93.00 I saw Guess; he was at the forge hammering us round about. JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, week for a trip to Missouri and got as tar as up I Breech Load-iron like a little muu. Harvesting will begin next week; corn is Louisville on his road and turned back. HUDftU. tag Guns from from knee to shoulder high. Everybody seems to be well and hearty When he started he locked his wife out of 5,00 up Revol We nave bad vevetubles in abundance the house. Some say that she purchased no sickness to amount to much in this vers from SOcbbi neighborhood. ExeWe understand that Mrs. or some time, such as lettuce, onions, neas. new locks and has now got him locked out. EuclowsUmpforpageIUutrftted Catalogue. Walston has chills, but with the exception Irish potatoes: sweet potatoes we have had Tbren cheers for the woman. PITTgBUBOH FIBB ABBC0 CO., of the one case the neighborhood is healthy, the year round. Fbiend. Fittrtwgb, Fa. Office. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Whiskey m mi Bitters com-pooe- r I is LOUISVILLE, tViM ng WASHINGTON CITY, stew stork:. Rc-vh-- . ticket-offic- e, X Bitters mm SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT i u pra THE .V and Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FRANKFORT, KY ti e, notice:. t. 7-- tf. America Ahead!' m SAMUEL AYEES, . WATCH MAHEH, i An-tioe- li, t, Jo.-ep- cun-passe- s one-ha- lf 17-3- m EGBERT SON, MILLVILLE MILLS BUT-OIN- d 1 post-oflic- e INVIGORATOR L SEED OATS! J. self-abus- Wholesale and Retail 1 GUNS SbUTH r Job Work Neatly cuted at this wmmte. imtix'r .mm.ji.ux &ivi' PmM i$'AUw m