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(WWLi.7- Aj.'3r??WVWWAftlAfciH':fi7,W l....,.mm1 in 'I ..- - -,- .. ," '"v.' 1 - ' iii r HMHYOTi imwmrrrml. f TiLTt'A dTWrTTflrTr'- 1. FtJ -- , '.' ?f,.l' .' yv ' .'"' ' ' :v - i wt . . i- -J8 .i ,! The Frankfort Roundabout. QEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT The best nnd cheapest jjroceries in tho pity nt Juiih'h Heeney'n. Fou Rknt. A neat new cottnee, with six rooiiiR. YnnI well pet with shrubbery, Cistern nnd hyiirnnt both on premise. Apply to Louis Weitzel. KY., JUNE 9. Notice. 188. -- Number 38. 3 .A t RIVER PACKET -- WsSA"?VllMHtib CS?S5""5Ea3ottia Mr r FREESE THE STEAMER FANNIE State Newd. Kusscllville is hnppy in the possession of n renl live dude. Lexington lias in her schools 3,504 pupils ninl 99 teachers. Richmond nnd Georgetown nre both crying nloud for a street sprinkler. Will receive nnd forwrird freights to Louisville, Mndlson, and all iiolnts on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS and to nil points North, East nnd West. WILL6IVETHR0UBH SVU1 RATES C BILLS OF LADINe lenvo Frankfort for Loulsvlllo every The Grand Lodge of colored Masons will Tuesday and Frldny morning, nt 9 o'clock, meet nt Georgetown on the 19th inst. and returning leave Louisville for Frankfurt1 every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at The soldiers of the war of 1812 will hold o'clook. their annual reunion at Pari on Monday, For rates and Information apply to The commencement exercises of ExcelMor Collegiate Institute will be held on the 13th of June. All friends of the institution nre invite'd to ntleutl. Exercises to begin nt 10 P. M. The usunl night entertainment by the Society will be omitted for reasons which appear in the following resolution, passed by the Alpine Climbers nt their Inst meeting: Whereas. Friends nnd relatives of mnny members ol this Society hnve been recently visited with sickness nnd death. Resolved, That we, as n Society, express our sympathy with the bereaved, nnd our own sense ol los", by omitting this year our accustomed night entertainment. MATTIE B. CRUTCH ER, Pres. Lccikk Mastin, Sec. WE HAVE SURPRISED OURSELVES r& We Have More Than Doubled 'Mi The Text-Boo- k. I . IS lb Editor Roundabout: . The school law is defective in many rethe ISth inst. elects, like specks on nn apple, but the law LEW. CHURCH, Agent. touching upon the question of the "textstudents book" seems to me to be rotten to the core; Three hundred nnd twenty-eigh- t Frankfort, Ky. hnve been attending Richmond's two colleges yet this subject seems to hnve been overlooked, almost in toto, by the sages of our the past year. late convention, nnd by mot of the writers Matter. 3 tf. mar The prospects nre that the Lexington Fair on the subject since. The present law emchange the powers CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, will be the most successful one this year series ofthe county Iboards to as every two text-booas often ever held in Kentucky. yenrs. Well we have 117 counties in this Somerset is improving rapidly. Twenty Commonwealth, and of course as many Under the ol education. houses are in process of construction in that county boardsis possible for us to have in present law if One Lot, Corner Second and place nt the present time. use 117 different or varying series of textwere Logan streets, 100 by 120 feet. The second meeting of the Jersey Breeders books, provided thereextant. that number ol As it is, it is between of Kentucky will be held nt the Phoenix series ot text-booOne Lot, Fronting River, quite possible for no two adjoining counties s. Logan and Murray Streets, 125 Hotel in Lexington Monday, to adopt the same series of This very lact produces almost un inesti165 feet to low water mark. by The question of building n street car line mable amount of trouble and contusion in G. DUDLEY & BRO. from the new hotel to the Southern Railroad lie schools: retards the progress of ll.e children, and drains the pnres ot the depot is being agitated in Georgetown. May 2G-- 3t. OUR SALES DURING THE PAST MONTH. W : Off S. V. Fenoe, ks SOUTH FRANKFORT. ks text-book- J. 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. ' Ai i W." S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY c Sop3tf. ed children of n deceased white man for the can Lo the whole school is stnlibeil with the p possession of his property. E. snears ot incongruity. Vnriety may be the spice of life, but uniformity in text books is Mrs. Rosa Mitchell, an inmate of the In- essential in n public school. Two causes invite you to call and cxaminomy I cordially , , . l?I- - .. II sane Asylum nt Anchorage, committed sui- unite to prouuee mis irouwe. nrei 'I'l. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. of the changes made by the councide nt that institution Tuesday night by FRANKFORT, KY hanging herself with a towel in a water ty boards. The timetor changing series of MAIN STREET, alioulil be chnnged from two to text-booA DRY GOODS, The t engine over the Kentucky Cen- - thing of the trouble produced by having two brought tral Raihoad extension from Winchester to or three different kinds of Richmond nrrivedat Richmond on Tuesday. into school, and his efforts to establish unilormitv thwnrted by the exclamation, Paris is just now enjoying a sensation in "Pa says I must study this book, he aint "money to htiv me another," Who the shape of a suit by the illegitimate color- aot no arguments? fn-btext-book- natrons. The practical teacher knows some s OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXIlSTG-TOlSr- , No. 8 North Upper Street, Fayette Bank Building, gratis. She could not erect more lasting monument to her L'ood name Thousands ol children are annually deprived of the advantages of our schools for want of text books. Their parents and guardians are barelv able to leeil and clothe them. These same children nre being reared in ignorance and idleness both prcmonitors ol j large crime. As criminals we will amounts in and imprisoning them. Whv not strike the evil at the root: It is political econoinv. For God's sake let us erase, in some degree, the stains of illiteracv from our pround escutcheon. We may boast ulrhimliic manhood, our beaus, tiful women; our last horses; our for and great resource but we blu-- li shame on account of our illiterate citizen-'- . Set apart a fund for this purpose; a little experience will te- -t tlie feasibility ot such a move, ami the amount annually required. Pro rata the counties in proportion to their agents illiteracy; make the coinmis-ionetor their tespecthe counties. Require the commissioner to keep an account of the indigent children iit his county, also the amount ot the benefit thus received, nnd so Require the report to the Supeiinteudent. to make application teacher of each lor the indigent children of his district, countersigned by the trustee or ol the district to prevent (rami, same to be! from which lie; tiled with the commi-sioue- r, makes his annual report to the Mipennten-den- t. More Anon, with text-books . ai V; KY. withstand such compulsory n WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND 'hE v .id closet. ks LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. SEED, VICK'S FLOWER AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. HALL'S atarrh Cure i; 13 BSrOHIilENPED BY PHYSICIANS'. Cavlty-Chronlo v and Catarrh of tho Nasal of the Bar. Bye or Ulooratlvei Catarrh INTfcRNALLY, anrt Throat. It la takn nets DUMOTLV upon the. Blood and Mucous Surfopea of the System. It Is the best Blood Purifier In tho WOXLD. and Is worth Atl. that Is charged for Iti for THAT alone. OtTAKS oxlt V And we offer One Hundred Oollara for any Oaso of Catarrh It will not Cure. WILL CUKS ANY CASK. Office of A. T. Stewart Co. 1 Cbioaoo, III., June 4, 1880. J M$itr$.F.J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O, Gentlemen: I take pleasure In lnfonnuur you Hall's tbat I nave usedvery bad-ra- Catarrh Cure. It baa don't hesitate to cured me I was any is that it will cureYuuro rase of Catarrh if taken truly, DTOMrty. mm PTIN J.'.bl.E! core for TjfB MABKET.A ouni t dimes appear as dollars. The poorer cla-- s relustd to allow him to marry the young can not afford the me:gis to keep ubretst of lady ol his choice. the frequent chnnges thus mnde, and it virtually deprives their children ot the benFajetteand Bourbon counties each have efit of our schools a right guaranteed to candidates for (lie Circuit Judgeship made every child of pupil age in this Commonvacant by the resignation of Judge B. F. wealth. Second The lack of a nnilonn State. The reasons DiickiH-r- . The other counties in the dis- series throughout the There is no for this are manifold trict have not been heard from. part of our citizens whom we may term "vagrant." Mr. A. may have A tier of whisky barrels in the distillery in Franklin county nn humble home of Messrs. Fible it Cnibb, at this venr, nnd he may have "stinined a such ns nre in Eminence, fell on Monday, and a colored point" to secure in this county; next yenr he may have employe on the place was caught by the ue leased a home in some adjoining county, falling barrels and crushed to death. or even in the mountains ol Kentucky, William P. Gosselt, a brakemnn on a where the world hns turned around, so lar is concerned. freight train on the Cincinnati Southern ns the use of his old So this very school law that is intended as Kailruud, was knocked off the top of the a guarantee to our citizens, works un actual train by a bridge and killed near George deprivation. the r.:m.:py, town on Thursday night of Inst week. Our Legislature pas is in wise legislation. On the 29th of May a mob of marked too much attention to national allniis, and men enteied the jail nt Whiicshurg, took not enough to homo interests. We want Our representatives in Ed. Combs, jr., out, nnd hung him to nttee local legislation Congress will attend to the Federal Govon the roadside, just outside the town. Ho ernment. If they are incompetent we will had murdered Win. Polly in cold blood recall them and send others. Change the time for adopting n series of The pastor of the Christian Church in to four or six years. Invest the New Castle, while indulging in a game ol Board with the powdr to adopt a uniState bat-ball nt that place Saturday, caught a form series of" for the entire on the bridge of his iioe, and as a conStnte. As it is too many physicians are being sequence there was no service at his church tampering with tho patient. This accomplished tho evils of the present law on Sunday. will be in a great measure remedied. is an k The present prices of Saturday night n Midway lady sat at a ouirnsie on the public; they are selling window of hey room, with a cocked pixtol for twice their value. in her hand, uniting for uburg'ur, who was We need legislation on this subject. working on the outside of the shutter, to Allow the State Board to let Ihe contract to show himself. In his et'brts to get in he furnish the State with books. Thus we innv get a discount. At any rate the broke u pane of glass and fled before she ado'pting power should consider the prices got a chance to shoot. of tho books ns well as their genoial "make iucon-sideuibl- at leat lour or six years. This would greater uniformity in our schools and James Warner, n young man residing in Woodford county, cut his throat from ear better progress; would nlso be a grent saving class of our citizens with whom to ear with a penknife because his father to thnt re Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Fiunklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the puralimo and a1o ot'rcnl estate, collection of rent, claims, nnd tho negotiation ot loans. OtCco opposite Court House. a e.xp.-nd- pio.-ecuti- June 25-l- y. blue-gra- e I! JUST RECEIVED BY wan-hous- e text-book- r. . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, Merob.ant Tailor, BETWEEN , text-boo- ks di-tii- ct tru-te- es MAIN and BROADWAT i v L. P. HlTLKTTE. Fm!Skr rHI Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dooskins, ana newest styles of fancy French s cissimcro. to Ho is prepared tit-ti- ng , v; ft text-boo- ks 11 mako thoin up on short notice, and glvo perfect garments, stylish und comfortable. febS-Oui. i i e text-hoo- ks 11 t,va i text-boo- to-d- uv 1 ' jJtv rmertSPltt UldV- - O 5 1 1 L0SS IT HAS W. J. OHINN, I) KALE It IN i'.w.umi K f Ji'ilHi ,, ' '13 H I R I 1 1 B JL it RESELLERS PROPRIETORS. MZM PA. U-- ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell at tho vory lowcM figures tf ti "M 8c CO. PITTSBURGH. Juno ly nd "V V WOFTH 010 A BOTTLE. . X. Murray, Jackscn, Mich., writes Have had Catarrh for HO years. HuU'n Catarrh Cure cured me. Consider It worth 10.00 a bottle. all DruKglsts at 75 eta per bottle. VamSenuia andaoby F J, CHEtfEY & 00. SaleFroprietors.TOLKOO.OUIO. tJfar Salo by JOS. LuOOMPTE, DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. Oot 18-l- y J. B. WglTHKBfOaD. years old eloped from Campbellsville with a young man by the name of Swallow, but a dispatch Iroin her father caused her arrest nt Lebanon nnd return to tlfe parental root. Swallow will flit around nnd await a more convenient season to try it again. A young girl thirteen of anv State or country is the general intelligence of its citizens, therefore this Commonwealth of ours should strive for n rightabout change. Who can ponder over the late statistics, exhibiting the illiteracy of Ken-tuckv, without a degree ol slianU'. Artso, ve SoIoub, nnd meet the philanthropists on the J. J. Flynn, of the L. it R. R. R. says; battle grounds. Let Kentucky, with her "I hnve never seen anything so efficacious vast resources, provide nn indigent Html lor as Brown's Iron Bitters." the supplying ot tno indigent children . In conclusion, would suggest a measure heretofore not ugitated: Since the greatness FOR CASH! J. C. DR. Office JAMES ELY, BUSH, D. D. S., . SI7RGE01T DENTIST, in Catholic Building, F'RA'VICir'OrtT, K"V" ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 W n ON (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) j" Office Hours 8 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 P.M. Can bo found at his oulco from 8 a. m. to 6 p, m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to tho to entire satisfaction of thoa who may chosn to July ls.ly patronize hiiu, M sa '4 '7m? m t' iW i ' ' v ' ... ,'fm' , - ' v t iatTayj3aagwggft m:l. '.:- - .. ; V:..'.v-w- J - fife . FRANKFORT Entered at tho post-ofiic- ROUNDABOUT, at Frankfort, Kontuojty Flour from $2 up, af James Heency's. P. Pepper bouflit ol Mrs. W. M. Bristow this week, her fine Paclian mare, Col. R. o as second elms mailable matter. t V . GEORGE A. LEWIS, Zilpah, for 8200 cash. Elder Georjje Darsie will del'ver an address and present diplomas to the graduating class of Rose Hill Seminary, at Versailles, Tuesday next. 3dLitor . a,n.d. w.'bllslier. JUNE 9, 18S.1. FRANKFORT, (." . i ' time for which voit have paid lina expired datkest nidit without the aid of artificial ami you are requested to call around and light. For sale by Selbert. settle. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., meets in regular monthly communication Tuesday Law. The Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. There will be work A writer in the Commonwealth wants to in the Entered Apprentice or Fellow Cralt know if the Yeoman and Roundaiiout will degrees. Members of sister Lodges are wot throw their influence towards supporting cordiallv invited to attend. the officers in enforcing the Sunday Law. Mr. Jno. W. McEwan, who has been The Roundaiiout can always he counted on nlwayH ndvo agent of the L it N. Railroad at Midway the side of molality. It has cated the enforcement of this law, but we for the past two years, has been transferred have seen eo many weak attempts of the back to this city and U now assistant agent city officials in that direction that we had at the depot here. He removed his family about come to the condition that it was to his old home in this city the first of the month. useless to talk about it. We are "lad to see that the order has The Academy of Music was filled to overbeen issued to enlorce the ordinance strictly, flowing Monday evening with a large and we hope it will be strictly obeyed by audience to witness the closing concert of the officers. Don't let us have any more Prof. Wnylnnd Graham's n.nsic clnss. All such farces as we have had in the past. Ir the music was very well rendered indeed, the law is a good .one let every one be re and the young people gave evidence, by their quired to live up to it. When a man is nr performance, of the careful training they rested for a iolation of it he should be had received. Prof. Giuliani's entertain"punished instead of let off on some techni ments are alwavs of the most interesting calily, and its enforcement should not be character and the simple announcement of spasmodic, but the order should be for all them always secures a large attendance. time. If it is right to enforce it now, it will The Academy of Music i one of tiie instibe right to require its strict observance the tutions of the citv. coming winter, when the Legislature is in session. Let there be no uncertainty about Fine spring lamb at Fincel's this morn it, so that saloonists and others who keep mg. their houses open on Sunday may know The came of base ball Saturday between what to expect, they will soon become nc customed to closing up their houses on Sun-da- the Whales of the Commonwealth office and and will enjoy the release from the Sardines of the Yeoman resulted in an overwhelming defeat for the latter. The everyday toil. game was no sfouch by any means, as many it is a good It is a good law for of the plays would have done credit to pro law for next Sunday, and equally as good fessionals. The batting of Bowser and for nil the year. Give it to us by all means, Jumbo Williams, the light weight first baseand let every good citizen insist upon its man, and the catching of Heffner, of the Whales would have done credit to any club. It is said one of the balls struck by Jumbo Ex'Prcf-iden- t U. S. Grant passed through t!ii city Sunday nttemoon, en route East on has not stopped going yet. Of the Sardines Buckley caught well and Will 0. Parker, the C. & 0 train. although he has occupied his leisure time Little Alex. Stivers caught two large during the last five years in playing with his buffalo perch out of the river with a trot babies instead of bats and balls, when he line, near the Hermitage Distillery Tuesday cot out in ceiflre field, showed the boys morning. One weighed 25 pounds and the how the old Capital used to do it by taking in everything in the shape of a fly that came other 19. within fiftv yards of him. Mr. F. M. Scolield, of Bridgeport, this The game was played in the remarkably county, hn& been appointed a United States short time of one hour and a half, and Storekeeper in this ilistiict, and assigned to many who wanted to see the game put off night duty at the Heimitage Distillery. going until it was over, thinking that as it was a scrub game they had plenty of time. Mr. P. M. McRoberts. of Stanford, who Quite a good crowd witnessed it as it was. Has been assigned to duty as U. S. The following is the score. at the 0. F. C. Distillery, near this WHAt.ES. SARDINIA. 1 IfefTner, c city, the past sixty days, has been appointed Bucklev, c 4 4 Revenue Agent for this district to till the Sheehnn. s. s. ..v. '2. Bowser, s. s 4 vacancy occasioned by the removal of V. Parker, W. 0..c f. '2 Hutchison, 1 p 4 Pniker. W.J.,1 b. 1 Williams. b J. Wilniore. 0 Bvrnni, 2 b 2 Kendall. 2 0 Mott-e- , 2 b Lvuch, I. f. 2 1 Old Uncle Jake White, the old colored Went, p 2 MeLhan, 1. f. 1 Graham, c. f man who has been for so Ions: living in Joyce, 3 b l.ntvia' iv I ........ . U jingle blessedness at Chinn's coal office, Williams, r. f wiif. mairied at the Colored Bnpii-- t Church, '.. Total .) Total. Thur-idanbjlit, to Mrs. Mary Af a r, Rev. Innings. a GTS 0 Robt. Mar'iu officiating. The "Governor" Yeoman 0 10 0 3 0 was chief mourner. .113 19 2 3 0 y, Stoie-keeper 1 1 I' ' The dial ol the meteor clock shines at Please bear in mind that the blue pencil X on yonr paper indicates that the night so that the time can be seen in the mark r" frv ' ?- - .! v,o Mrs. Sam. Winter, of St. Louis, Missouri, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Snecd, in this city. Miss Mnrv Showalter, of Leesburg, Har.. rison county, in visiting relatives on the South Side. Misses Loulie Cromwell nnd Mary Skinner, of this county, are visiting fiicnds in Bullitt county. Little Philip Egbert, son of Mr. Chas. T. Egbert, has been very ill this week, but is now some better. Miss Kute Wherritt, of. Stanford, is visiting the imil y ol her uncle, Mr. John T. Giay, near this city. Mrs. D. J. Dodd, of Fayette counfy, who has been visiting relatives in this city, home Monday. dipt. R. S. Chcvis, of the Southern Herald, Louisville, was in the city Tuesday in the interest of his paper. Miss Susie Ciockett attended the commencement exercises of Bellewood Seminary, at Anchorage, Wednesday. Rev. W. H. Hampton, who has been visiting relatives in this city this week, leturned to his home in Louisville yesterday morning. Mr. F. Stinson and wife, of Henderson, will airive in the city and remain some weeks, visiting their daughter, Mrs. F. B. Staines, on the South Side. I to-d- ay -- GO TO- - d HARRIS & HERRMANN, t'fi Oltf zficie: C Miss Lizzie Freeman, who has been renear Ducker Station, Woodford county, the past tvyo'years, left Thursday morning tor Gutesville, Texas, where she ' will make her home in future. siding Mrs. Alviu Cromwell and daughter, Miss Florence, of Frankfort, Mrs. Milton Arnold, Mrs. Anne Arnold, the venerable mother ol Capt. Milton Arnold, and Airs. D. Gluntou, weie the guests of Mrs. Job Smith one day this week. U. S. Engineer T. Fred. Carter, who was assigned to duty on the man of war Kerearge, and left for New York Wednesday to join her, has been transferred to the iioncliul Anthracite, lying at Wilmington, Delewure. F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's Catarrh Cure, oiler 100 reward for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Joseph e, W,. aw ne P A R AD E ! Druggist. BOKN. on Tuesday, June 5th, 18S3, to Mr. W. Brown and wife, nee Lawler, a. son. In this city, NEW GOODS, LOW PRICES Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. Cjji p& - In this city on Thursday, Mny 31st, 18S3, to Mr. Richard Tobin and wife, a son. FORJSAL,E, SUBURBAN HOME, of a beautiful A NICElepair, there cottage ofa is also thorough "room on CONSIST-in5 g t ''te.v. If- - v, tic K tf-- t the place now occupied store, all necessary outbuildings, carriage house, and never failing spring. There is about 5 acres vided into grass, orchard, garden, and large yard, which is set in choice shrubbery of every discription. It is situated at the junction of the Frankfort, Georgetown & Versailles Turn-!i!etwo miles from the city of Frankfort. Price $2,500, will ttke $Soo, cash, balance divided in equal payments on 4 or 5 ycais time bearing b per cent, interest from day of tale. Come and see S. W. PAINE on the picmiacs. June 9, 1883 2t. s, rooms, in new stole as a grocery and stable, cistern and of land di- L, MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Tortlxeast Comer, Capital Sq.-u.axc- Cllxitczi Street, on short notice. . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Otders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y HATS! 'S DERBY HATS, HATS STRAW HATS, K CHEAPFLOUR. Ho have greatly reduced the price flour. As evidence read tho following; of our CAPITAL PATENT . -- I'fiAJUJLi'OBT BELLE- - 3.00 XXX 2.75 Low grades in proportion. A liberal june2-2- t. ..$3.76 per hundred, " " WHITE HALL. FELTHATS, DERBY HATS. discount 10 dealers. MAHTIN BROTHERS. ' 1234 1 "lHvi" i' Si " " Mr- - M'i 9S-" MK JHSBftnR - r.i. m3Sks Wk Iff? At thecompetitive drill oftheStateCollejre cadets, at Lexington, Mr. A. Jonec Phillip"', Personal. of this city, won the silver medal lor being th'e best drilled soldier. Mr. Phillips was Miss Bettie Holt, of Paris is visitini: Mrs. formerly First Lieutenant of the Nuckoln E. L. Samuel. Guaids, and was with his com piny in the MisH Alma Crnisr, of Danville, is visiting fight at Ashland and during the campngu Mrs. E. L. Samuel. at Giavson. Miss Uuie Marshall left Tuesday for a vUit to friends in Georgetown, Mr. Dan. .1. McKeiver, who has been in Miss Josie Murphy left Tuesday morning chaige of the branch plumbing establish-men- t for a visit to New Albany, Indiana. of Mr. .7. H. Davidson, in this city, Hon. W. P. D. Bush has been very ill the pat uar has brought out Mr. David- with pneumonia the pust two weeks. son iiMil will hereafter run the business in Mr. John T. Gray has been quite ill at hih iiwii name. Dan. is a good workman, a his residence near this city this week. clever fellow and we wish him all the Miss Matlie Wilson, of Jacksonville, in the world. Illinois, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Myda Zimmerman left (or Nice spring lamb ut Burckhardt's every lelatives in Louisville yesteiday ti visit to morning, nioi n in Miss Bonnie Gnult left Monday for a visit Frank tort's Cnut Daysnre last becoming o relatives in Fayette mid Harrison couu-ilegreat maikct !ns for stock and the crowds Miss Mary Dunn, of Harroilsburg, is viswhich attend them are gradually increasing, iting Misses Ida ond Sue Crockett, near this a much larger crowd in town city. There was Monday than usual nnd we are informed by Miss Hnllie Alexander left Thursday dealers that cattle brought better pi ices than morning for h three weeks' visit to LouisSeveral ville. at Lexington her last court-daauctioneers were kept busy nearly all day Miss Jennie Wilson is lying very ill at selling stock, vehicles nnd some small arti- the lesidence of her uioth'er, on Holmes street. cles. Everything bringing fair prices. sue-cei-.- Commonwealth.... Umpiie Frank Cannon. 128 125 PASTURE FOR RENT. HAVE PASTURAGE SUFFICIENT TO I accommodate about fiftyto head of cattle, STRAW HATS, 'lei ins reasonable. Apply S. M. NOEL, FELT HATS, may 12-i- IPov Sale, on Broadway, between Washington and Wilkinson stieets. For terms apply to L. A. THOMAS. May 12-tf. pWO NEW BKICK COTTAGES, located sroTic:EL ASTUE STOCK OF FISH IN THE POND Institute has been reduced by fishing during the present spring to a condition to endanger the loss of nearly the entire stock, notice is hereby given that no further fishing will be allowed to parties outside of the children and employees of the Institute. By order of the Board. GRANT GREEN, Prcitdtnt. Feeble-Minde- d ALL DUNL AP'S LATEST STYLES CUTTTCHER, & MEN'S J. O. MATTER, AOKNT Hamburg-American BOYS' STARES. FRAN KJITORX Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hat s FOR THE MACHINE Line COS. Mail AND WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturcrsof all kinds of New Work tor a ILLEK FOR SALE OR RENT. Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rntor. ALSO UEALK IN Ml Mi LIME STEAMSHIP Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, y. 9 MASS riTTIHBS OF ALL KINDS, AC. Tho one story brick warehouse and lot on which tho sftiuo is situated, belonging to M. E. Cochran, on tho West slilo nf T.nwla atrnnt ail. WATER. fSTContracta for New Work in ar.y pan joining W. II. Gray's rosldcnco, in Frankfort. GINGER ALE & SELTZER Order left at Brewery ODloo will bo promptly of the Slate. or icrms nppiy 10 attended to. I). W. T.TNnsrcv. ... One door west nf rnmii Ann anJ n..j.... April 28, 1883 lin. March f. " North Side,' Frinkfort, KyV " " aV II ill, MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE CIDKB, STEAM GAUGES, ' rW7 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, IIRGEST GIHGUUTION ,.: . .. ''J ROUNDABOUT, JUNE Ifl 0, 1883. GITY AND COUNTY. TO TRAVELERS. 7-1 Commencing Monday, October 16, the following lime tnble will beln effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS NOItTH. Leave Louisville. No. 18 . No. 20 . No. 32 . No. 24 . 7:00 A. M. 7:20 V. M. 2:35 p. M. 5:15 I'- - M. TIUIXB Leave Frankfort, 10:17 a. M, r. m, o: SU8 v. M. arr. at 11:05 p. m. 7:05 p. M FrankfortBo p. m. Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 a. M. SOUTH. - No. 17 No. 23 6:40 p. M. No. 19 . . . 4:10 p. m. 3:00 p. m. No. at . . . 5:15 P. M. 2:27 P. M. i:to P. M. Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 23 makes for Cincinna i, arriving there at a:t5 P- - m. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, L ave Arrive at Louisville. Frankfort. m. . . . 10:55 A, M. Bits a. 7:00 A. M. leaves Frankfort 6:00 a. M.arr. Lou.oMo a. m. Lexington. Lravc P' n E. P. BRYAN, Agent. Call at Burckliardt'rt and get choice beei. ' The session of the City School will close for the vear on the 22d inst. MissSnllie Smith, daughter of Howard Smith, is shortly to be Col. D. married. It iseaid y Rev. E. P. Humphrey, D. D., of Louis' ville, will preach at the Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning and evening. For Sai,k. A good buggy. Thomas Heffner. Apply to Cincinnati will hold her annual exposition this year as usual, Louisville's big show to the contrary notwithstanding. I; There is no danger from fire caused by lighting matches at night to see what time it is, if you use one of Selbert's Meteor minous clocks. Lu- Miss Eleanor Holmes, of this city, de livcred the words of welcome to the incoming class of Miss Nold's school in Louisville "Wednesday. Mr. R. Ed. Bailey, for a long time an employe of the Valley Mills, died at the residence of his parents in Belle Point Sunday afternoon, after an illness of eeveral months with consumption, in the 24th year of his age. If you want to catch an early train, you will not be left if you have 11 meteor luminous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken you, .and then its dial shines so that you can see the time in the darkest room. Sel bert has them for sale. Mr. Roundabout: Can you or your readers untie this knot? Announcement. Knott is not written knot when we see it Thousands bear witness to the positive written nott, but when we see it written FOR REPRESENTATIVE. knott wo know 'tis then not written knot ; curative powers of the Great German See advertisement For sale by Wo nro authorized to announce A. G, DRAW-NEfor knott to have it written not mud not be Joseph LeCompte, Druggist. as a can liilate for Representative of . written nott or knot, but knott, for thus 'tis Franklin county, subject to tho will of the peoThe strawberry festival given by the written not. ladies of the Presbyterian Church at the ple at tho August election, 188:1. FniEN'i. Court House, Tuesday night, was a grand Mrs. Phil. Thompson, jr., has made a Miccess. One of t lie largest crowds we NEW PLANINO statement in which she says Walter Davis have ever seen at an entertainment of the was guilty of no wrong. That she went to kind was in attendance, and all seemed to his room because it was cold and she could enjoy themselves greatly. The tables weie Having reoently added to his Establishment not yet into Jessie Buckner's room ; that beautifully arranged and the delicacies First-Gla- ss Tinning Mill, she was not drunk as charged. She nays served Irom them were of the most enticing now prepared to furnish all kinds of Is the reason she could not get in Mies Buck-tier'- s nature. The net receipts looted up $227, room was that there was some one in which was more than has been realized there at the time ; tWU she knows who it Irom any similar entertainment in n long Sash, Doors, Slinds, Iamsa, Molding was but dares not give his name. time. Tho ladies propose to follow it up in ALSO a short time with a series of socials at priHenfy Preston went to the jail Thursday vate houses, which ill be made very enjow Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning morning to see John Linton, an acquain- able to all who will attend. The laditB Gotten out in tho Best Style. tance u ho was confined there, and while desire to return their heartiest thanks to May 15.tf. (ulking to him at one of the windows a Mr. Dan. Sheehnn, the Jniler, for his many colored prisoner by the name of Al. Wil- kindnesses and his polite attentions during liams threw some hard substance through the time they occupied the Court House. the grating at Preston, striking him on the He completely won their hearts and they ear and cutting it badly. Williams claims have all agreed to vote for him for IIrs just received his spring and summer stock of. Frefaton was one of a gang who kukluxed at the end of his present term. him some ttine since. Jailer Shechan has AND FANCY had Williams placed in irons. Advertised Letters. Invig-orato- r. R "Knotty." Smoked hams of all kinds at Fincel's, Harp, has been Since the new established in this county the mail route Call at Burckhardt's and get your nice between this city and Harper's Ferry, Henspring lamb. ry county, has been so changed as to leave out in tho cold. Joshua Burckhnrdt has nice fresh spring lamb for . sale every day. Mr. F. M. Conway sold his fine crop ol Barley tobacco in Louisville Inst week, at Fon Sams. A desirable building lot in No, 439 Main St Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House the following price: $23 50 $22 00, $21.00, South Frankfort. Apply at this office. $10 00, $8.40. Mr. W. G. Sargent also The meteor clock with the luminoneMinl sold his crop at an average of $14 00. is the latest thing out. For sale by P. Mr. Jns. G. Brnwner, of the firm ol Brawnpr & McDauial, Belle Point, was in SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Upholstering, furniture repairing, varNew Castle last week prospecting for the In., bottomed, and all kinds ol of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of cation of a brick yard. If they can make nishing, chnirs job work neatly done. Fine work n special they will begin suitable arrangements 3d street, Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at moulding brick for n 500,000 kiln in aslioit ty. Orders left at my residence, Frankfort, will receive prompt attenSoutlt time. Oct. 25-- tf. home. W. G. Goodwin. tion. Only three weddings Hre said fo be in 3t. preparation (or this month. One on the The best and largest assortment of clocks 14th, another on the 20th, and the third on at Phillip Selbert's. the20th. Two ol the ladies and two of the geutleiTlen reside here, one of the ladies in a Fon Rent. Two front rooms. Apply to town not many miles away, and tiie third C. Shubinski. gentleman in the , I TAKE this method of informing the p iblic that from this day I A side board, extenFon Sale Cheap. A large number of Indies and gentlemen sion table, and piano. Apply at this office. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. aking no exceptions or from this city attended the commencement deviations. My stook of The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper exercises at the Kentucky Military Institute Thursday. The exercises were unusually and better than a door mat. For sale by TIN-WAR- E, graduates were Whitesidcs ic McEwan. interesting and twenty-thre- e added to the long list that have already gone No mud or dirt tracked into the house if is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. lorth Irom this popular institution of learn- the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For ing. The usual hop was given at night, snle by Whitesides & McEwan. which was largely attended by the young people of our city, as well a number from For Sale, Cabinet organ, in good order, Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Lexington, Louisville uud other place-- . good as new. Address Mrs. Eliza Hawkins support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. The music was furnished by Snyder's Band, Peak's Mill. Very respectfully, from Louisville. Nice, fresh, juicy beef at Fincel's. Our handsome Jailer, Col. Dan. Sheehnn, Foit Rent. Two new cottages with four by the manner in which he is discharging rooms each, good eel In r, and splendid water. his duties, is making for himself a host of Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Apply to John Cochran & Co. friends. He is universally polite and accommodating to all who have business with For Rent. Frame cottage, newly painthim, and there is no Judge, lawyer, or ed, papered, and repaired. Has garden and juryman, who has attended our courts since stable attached, apply to Joe. LeCompte. o he has been in office, but speaks in the Finest stock of gold and silver watches, I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of highest terms of him, and as the jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated ladies who have used, the Court House for ware ever exhibited in the city before at their entertainments lately, why they jusl Philip Selbert's. TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE think he is the best fellow in the world. Thousands are being cured of Catarrh Republican Convention. every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure that Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at At a meeting of the Republican County thedoctois had given up and said could not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by Com mil tee, held in the city of Frankfort, Joseph LeCompte, Druggist, South Side. on Monday, June 4th, it was ordered that New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines the Republicans of Franklin county bo requested to meet in mass Convention at the both door mat and foot scraper. One moveCourt House in ;he city of Frankfort on ment of the foot over the scraper and Monday, July 2d, 1883, at 2 o'clock, p. m., between the brushes cleans the mud and In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. for the purpose of nominating candidates dirt from the sides and sole of the boot. fc McEwan. for the offices of Representative and Sheriff For sale by Whitesides May 20-- 1 y. of Franklin county. Skinny Men. By order of the Committee, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health J. C. JACKSON, and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexal debility. $1. Chairman. Geo. A. Lewis, iSVc'y. post-office, CAPJTAI !EL post-ofllc- c Q. GALLERY! MA.TTERTST, Prop'r, ART ' ? ", ' Sel.-ber- t. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. FOR CASH ONLY. ST0YES, GRATES, &C, Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, AFTER THE FIRE! SIDE OF MAIXT . ' .! FURNITURE, &C, STREET, it SOUTH Greatly Reduced Prices. "CJudertakin R. K. McCLURE Are making greater efforts than ever, R. ROGERS. & BR0. M '( MILL. THIS SPBI1TQ! LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP M J. M. WAKEFIELD to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at v' MW v. W. T. N RDHYAN, EW "WE GOODS M is simply immense. Their variety is STAPLE Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. Capt Cash. Claxon, formerly pilot on Ault, William the City of Frankfort, and Mr. Newt. Curly, Mr X AbraniR, of Lockport, Henry county, have purchased the little steamer Dora, No. 2, .from Mr. T. B. Rippy, paying therefor $3,500. She will run a? heretofore between this city and points us high up the river as the stage of the water will allow her to go. The L. & N. Railroad Company, when thev found these gentlemen wanted to buy her ise vera I months ago, notified Mr. Hippy, that they would take her at his price, but since that time have failed to come forward with the necessary wealth, so Mr. Rippy A. C. Locks, Louisville, says: "1 have becoming tired of waiting on tl.em, notified been troubled with dyspepsia and ohronic these gentlemen they could getlier, and the weakness. I used Brown's Iron Bitters trade was closed. which cured me.". Brischo, Elen Carter, Martha Camber, Robert Ford, Mamie rreeninn WashmgtonGraves, Addio Gayhart, Thomas Garvy, Thomas lleihau, Mary Holmes, Wm T &C. Laddie, Susan Manlord, Franklin Meyers, Geo McDowell, Mahala Call and see him at Swigert's old McDowell, Maunie Masters, Win A stand, Patterson, Louisa Sanden, Mrs M J Henry T Sanders, feullivan, John St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Smith, Freley Wnshinj'tnn, Fannie Tojiver, Maggie Watson, Willis Nov. Say advertised when calling for the above letters. J. G. Hatohitt M. P. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. ABE ft Xli t GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more ,.uj ' d COAL! COAL! ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND jo. aim for sale at Lowest Prices ry G. B. MACKLIN. A Handsome Transparent Picture. V'i m Ti lMmMMMM '$SStidIEBS6ii2iil A u .Td.lJM.ul.V.' a'; ifofc iy-- tj&tbjl .t tf. f w f Pf JM 1 ;" W "7. ?w;:r ;;. T v;v mmm u T, t MS2fiPf&Mrt in ttimiim yuttilgftti)IfHlflrMK nnr -in tw ir r r ' rmwiaxmirrw ' n 'i,Vk.i imiiihiiihi hi v i hi i , 7i vr 4 "i..ii . . f w n ifirnrjif.Vii him v ,". ' fin cWs.irurK jm ji ih. "7 r wr i.e w c f 7 ijj- - ?,&& . vc ,v i . ti SI FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Clioice lieef at BiircklmnU'fl daily. T LS Point Pleasant. Mr. .lames Howell U Htill buying calves For home and country news the RouMda-notbeats them nil. Anyone in the district desiring to subscribe for hlie paper can do so by leaving their name and one dollar with Job Smith, Esq., who vill deliver the paper from his store every Saturday evening the day of its publication. A MALARIAL TICTIM. Ghesapeake and Ohio Railway, The Trying Experience of a Prominent Minister in the Tropios and at the North To thk Editor.: The following circumstances, drawn from my personal experience, nre so important and really remarkable thnt I have felt called upon to make them public. Their truth can be nmply verified: In I87f I moved from Canton, St. Lawrence county, N. Y.,to Florida, which State I intended to mnke my future residence. I purchased a home on the banks of the St. John's river and settled down, as I thought, for life. The summer following the first winter I was conscious of most peculiar sensations, .which seemed to be theaccom-panimeof a change of climate. I felt a sinking at the pit ol the stomach; accompanied by occasional dizziness and nausea. My head ached. My limbs pained me and I I had an oppressive sense ol weariness. had a thiist lor acids and my appetite was weak and uncertain. My digestion was impaired and my food did not assimilate. At first 1 imagined it was the ellbrt of nature to become acclimated, and so I thought little of it. But my doubles increased until I became restless and feverish, nnd the physicians informed me I was sufiering from malarial fever. This continued in spite of all the best physicians could do, and 1 kept growing steadily worse. In the year 1881) my physicians informed me a change ol climate was absolutely necessary thnt I could not survive another summer in the south. 1 determined to return noith, but not to the extreme portion, and so 1 took up my residence at Upper Sandusky , in Central Ohio. The change did not work the desired cure and I ngain consulted physicians. 1 found they were unable to effect a permanent cure, and when the .extreme warm weather of summer came on I grew so much worse that I gave up all hope. How At that lime 1 was suffering terribly. badly, onlj those can nppieciale who have contracted mnlarinl disease in tiopical regions. It seemed as il death would be a relief greater than any other blessing. But notwithstanding all this, I am happy to a perfectly well and state that 1 am healthy man. How I came to recover so remarkably can be understood from the following card voluntarily published by me in the Sandusky, O., liepublican, entitled: nt to-da- y KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST ti STRONG KOR W"! i h :.. . .: d .v H. 4 A.' - KSTPV II' .' The RouxDAnofT is increasing in poptt larity in this section. Mr. James Ropsell boujrht of Mr. Powell Mooro three tolmcco bviU, piice not given. There ha been some tobacco set in this neigh borlmoil, but plants i.re rather email. Miss Leore Glorc. daughter of Mr. lames Glore, has 'gone to Fuinklort to learn man- tun making. Mrs. U. .1. Shannon viited her father, Mr. Alfred Hodgers, near Scrabble, Saturday and Sunday. Lebanon Church, on Saturday , called Itev. J. A. Peterj to the pastoral care of the church for another year. Mr. Georjte Mnxtnn Pnxton Clnxton Sax- ton Green is walking far Mr. .lumen Glare, Cannot some one irivo him a name, as he linn none. The election for school trustee in his dis trict paed all' very quietlv on Saturday, and resulted in the diction of Mr. R. ). Shannon without opposition. Born. May 30lh. to Mr. Joseph Roberts and wife, a son their first. Mr. liolierts nays he will now have to plant two and a half acres more of tobacco in honor of bis I Last Sundav was the regular day for preaching at the churcli( Pleasant Hill). The congregation wns small owing to the rain in the morning. We know of several young ladies who were greatly disappointed by, as they say, this horrible rain. Be patient, ladies, you will yet have a chance to exhibit your spring rigging. Two hnndsome widowers and one bashful bachelor (no le?s hnndsome) compose the bonrd of trustees for this school district, Now lets all be quiet and see how they are going to innnngc this contest between several beautiful young ladies who nre anxious to teach our school. Here's an opportunity for the gentlemen to make an exhibition ol their gallantry. Some of onr farmers are having consider able trouble in getting a stand ot corn, nota my Jlr. win rickett lias one neUJ ol some 10 acres (known as the Howard field) tvhieli he has iilanied and replanted several times only to bo taken up ngain by squirrels and crows. He has at last determined to place poison about in convenient places, with a hope of getting rid of these pests. Thisat once becomes a dangerous piocedure, as the fencing is not very good and stock running at large nre liable to get poisoned. Xir-i'ER- FACTS A great many people are asking what particular troubles Brown's Iron Bl iters is good for. miMTIUI. PMUOELPl, 5 Tit It NEW YORK. rPULLMAN ' CARS - .iT'l ONLY LINE RUNNING NEW SLEEPING FOR It will cure Heart Disease, Paral- A SOLID TRAIN PROM ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Ncuialgia, and all similar diseases. Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purifies and enriches the blood, thus beginning at the foundation, and by building up tire system, drives out all disease. A LOriSVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TBAINS FOE Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., Mny j, 1880. . V son. of Scrabble, Shelby load of butter, county, took a to-hoi- e egils, and chickens to Frankfort last week, but did not realize ti great deal on his inMr. G. L. Rodgers, An Important Meeting of Citizens. At n meeting of the citizens of Franklin in the city conntv, held at the court-hous- e of Frankfort, on the 4th of June, to take some action for the representation of Franklin county and its products at the Louisville Exposition, Mnj. Lewis E. Ilnrvie was called to the chair, and explained briefly I.-s- My health wa n.uch shattered by Rheumatism when I commenced taking Hrown's Iron Bluer, and I scarcely had strength cnout;h to attend to my dally household duties, lam now using the third bottle nnd I am regaining strength dally, and I cheerfully recommend it to all. 1 cannot say too much in praise of it. Mrs. Maiiv C. Uuashfau, 173 Prestmanst. Christlansburj, Va., iCSt. Suffering from kidney disease, fiom which 1 could ct--t no relief, I tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which cured mc completely. A child of mine, recovering from scarlet fever, had no appetite and did not seem to be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron Bitters .with the happiest results. J. KvLti Montauue. NEW "STORK. ROUTE TO THE DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL Kidney Disease Cured. TiaiUMIULIIJirOMIi For tickets and further information apply to your nearest or address Jajnes C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Mnnnger, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. tioket-offico, ft imkk.1 J' 1 fc.r p . - .'; m S- - z ft ' it y -- &1 . IrV" ', 1 m ",. - i &: ft ' 1 r 'v - 1 8 r ' i',v 'HJ'. WW: t i trade "tone the object of the meeting either Wingate was chosen secretary. point Col. Alex. Julian then ollVred the following resolutions, which were unanimously adopted. Rusty Cuss was not pleaded with his last Wiii:i:i:as, The great Southern Exposi visit to Louisville as he was shipped as tion to commence in the City of Louisville, freight. We would advise him to wait August 1st, and continue 100 days, will next time until the passenger train come pre-ethe finest opportunity ever enjoyed along ami lie will not have to stay out all by the people oJlventucky for the display night in a Ireight car. and adveitiement of its resources of every character; therefore, Mr. Xoah Goins is now running his marHONOR TO WHOM IIOXOU IS UUC. v 1. licsolvcd, That it is of the highest ket wagon jenularly to Frankfort and is "Editous RurunucAx: During my recent of doing well. He returned from lit- last trip importance that th? resources, whether Upper Sandusky, so many inquiries visit with one of Crntcher ic Starks' large sun field, mine quarry, forest, factory or work- were to made relative to what medicine, or umbrellas stretched over him, and found shop, of Franklin county and the city of course of treatment had brought such a Frankfort be creditably represented on that it'a shade very grateful. occasion; and, to that end, a Committee marked change in my system, I feel it to be If anyone wishes to enjoy a pleasant consisting of two from each magisterial dis- due to tiie proprietors and to the public to evening, be well treated, and have a good trict in the county, and three from the city state that Warner's Safe Kidney ami Liver Cure accomplished for me what other medtime generally, they should call on Messis. o rrankiort, be appointed by to immediately take all necessary steps to icines nnd physicians had tailed to do. The James and John Rossell, for "Dink" and "Bones" are the boys who know how to do secure such representation of the resources malarial poison which had worked its way of Franklin county and the city of Frank- so thoroughly through my svstem during the handsome thing in that line. my five years' residence in Florida had fort at said Exposition. Miss Lizzie Slivers returned to her 2d. That said Committee be directed to brought me to the verge of the grave, and mother's. Mrs. Sallie Slivers, from Midway make an application to the County Court, physicians had pronounced my esse incuFemale Orphan School Thursday of last or Court of Claims, to appropriate such sum rable; but that is not to be wondeied at, as week. She graduated with honors from as, combined with individual contributions, it was undoubtedly one of ihe worst on the school and proposes making a teacher may be necessary to secure a distinct, sepw record. Hough Brothers, of your city, of herself. To this end she uns examined rate, and altogether worthy exhibit at said called my attention to the medicine referred bv the State Board of Examiners and ob- Exposition of the various products of our to, and induced me to try a few bottles. So tained- a Stale certificate. conntv and city, whether in their natural or marked was the change after four weeks' trial that I continued its use, and now, Hawk Eye. manufactured state. 3d. That it is high time that a careful alter three mouths, the cure incomplete. Bloomington. geological survey of Franklin county be This is not written for the benefit of Warner made by the State Geological Department A: Co., but for the public, and especially Another flue tobacco seaon Sundav, with a view to the discovery and develop- for any person troubled with malurialor and scarcely jinv plants lai ge enough to ment of its unknown or hidden wealth, and bilious attacks." Such is the statement I made, without that the aforesaid Committee be instructed plant. to adopt and pursue such action as may be solicitation, after my recovery, and such I Job Smith, Ecu., has added in a stock of necessary to insure a prompt, thorough, stand by at the present moment. I am drugs to his regular dry goods and grocery and complete geological survey of the coun- convinced that Warner's Sato Cure is all ii business. ty by the State Geologist and his assistants. is claimed to be, and as such deserves the Upon invitation ol the Chairman, Col. great favor it has received. A remedy Judge Geo. Bacon is hooked for a lecture at the district some time in the Bowman. State Commissioner of Agricul- which can cure the severest case of tropical ture, then addres-e- d the meeting in.a few malaria of five years' standing certainly near future. valuable suggestions Upon like invitation, cannot fail to cure those minor malarial Cherries. Irish potatoep and green peas Judge G. W. Craddock also addressed the troubles which are so prevalent and yet so nre ripe. Also ini'it and ice and many other meeting, ofi'ering other timely and valuable serious. luxuries, too tedious to mention, ALFRED DAY, remarks. Pastor Universalist Church, On motion, the Chairman was authorized John Bats, ., has been i Gallatin county arranging the preliminaries in his law to fill the blank in the fir.- resolution with Woodstock, O., May 10, 1S83. m the names ol Lewis E. Harvie, J. G. Dudsuit now pending in tuat county. 'Buchupaiba." ley and G. W. Craddock. George Sullivan, in a game of hae ball a Quick, complete cure, all annoying KidOn motion of James Heffner, the city Biiort time ago, tried catch the ball with his papers, the and Farmers' ney, Bladder ami Urinary Diseases. $1 mouth resulted in a swollen lip. Home Journal yere requested to publish Druggists. Mies Lizzie Wallace, nfttT a pleasant visit the proceedings ot the meeting. Hatton. On motion, the meeting then adjourned. of some two week to Irieilds in Frankfort, LEWIS E. HARVIE, Ch'n. returned to her home last Sunday. A 2001' season now for setting tobacco Isac Winoaii:, Sra'y Mr. W. F. Smith ami his fishing partner plants. FitANKi'OKT, June 4th, 1883. made another line catch ol lnh one dav Mrs. Lillis is visiting her daughter, Mrs 10 or more. this week, capturing some In pursuance of the action of the public Shea, in Frankfort. They are good ones. meeting held at the Court House on Monday, Miss Ella Cook, and her brother, Mr. Mrs. Hallie Black. o! Chicago, is back June 4, the following gentlemen are appointSmith, were the guests of Miss Jessie Bell on a visit to relative.-- ami Iriemln in this ed the general committee, to take such steps community, where, to the great delight of as will insure a proper representation of the last Sunday. Little Miss Nellie Bell has gone to see her her many friends, she will remain lor .sev- resources ol rraukfort and laiikliu county at the Louisville Exposition, au.l an early little cousin, Miss Lida Church, who resides eral mouths. geological survey of the county, viz: near Peak's Mill. Capt. Campbell Steele has now trot his From the City Mayor, 'Edmund II. n all nibbed up and Taylor, W. L. Pence, John E. Miles, A. We are clad to hear that Mrs. Mitchell. who has been very sick, is recovering in order, waiting for the Lull to come G. Brawner and J no L. Sliced. under the skillful treatment of our young around, so he can lawfully begin a crusade From Franklort Magisterial District Doctor. on the squinels. Leslie Collins ami Thomas J. Jett. From Foiks of Elkhorn Mason Lucas We know two young gentleman. who when The school taught near here is doing splendidly under the management of its they go calling on the oung ladies, assist and Isnnc Wingate. From Peak's Mill Milton Wigginton and excellent teacher, Miss Florida Rogers, them in their house work, such as dish from near Bagdad. washing, etc. They aie good ones, girls, and C. G. Hockersmith. From Bald Knob Milton Moore and Jap. don't you forget it. Judge W. H. Sneeri, Elder George Darsie, O'Nan. Mr. R. Morris, and Mr. Kooms came out Miss Lizzie Rogers' school will close the From Benson Jns. B. Hamilton and here hunting last Thursday, but met with first week in July, fehe bus made many Jas. 0. Andeisou. stay with us and will be little success. Come again. friends during her From Bridgeport Alexander Julian and parted with regretfully by the patrons of her G. W. Hall. Miss Ellen Lillis has returned from a another fellow we could menschool, mid All the above named gentlemen are re- two weeks' visit to the city of Louisville tion. quested to meet at the Court House in where she ,was visiting her sister, Mrs. For the manner in which lie has dis- Franklort, on Monday, the I8th day of Dutton, and now the Doctor's heart heats charged the duties of trustee in this district June, and enter actively upon the work as- happily. Mr. Thos. Wilson is entitled to the grati signed them. "Bough on Bats." LEWIS E. HARVIE, there is much annoy tude of the ueople. G. W. CRADDOCK, Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, anls, ance, besides a great deal of linrJ work falls JAS. G. DUDLEY, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. to the lot of a good trustee such as Mr. ' . Appointing Committee. 25c. Druggists. Wilson has made. nt vestment. Mr. Peter Updyke it) in the stone and will furnish anyone desiring good for building iiirpo-e- s all they want, at the quarry or delivered at any within a reasonable distance. i Heart Disease.. Vine St., Harrlsburg, Pa. After trying different physicians and many remedies for palpitation of the heart without receiving nny benefit, I was advised to try Brown's Iron Bitters. 1 have used two bottles and never found anything that gave me so much relief. Mrs. Jbnmib Hess. Dec. 2, it8i. gTLOUISVILLE&WASRygRrngl For the peculiar troubles to which ladies arc subject, Brown's Iron Bitters is invaluable. Try it. Be wm SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHA.JSTOB3 - sure and get the Genuine. IN S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Bkown, M. D PULLMAN PALME CHS' v Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FR-A-IVKFORT, Surgeons, FROM LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, KY. Church, S'. Clair ctreet. Office and resilience next door to tho Baptist NOTICE. THE USUAL THUHSDAY AFTERNOON and New Orleans: Rftplrtnr a-- t " " lino of this road tlio Education 11'id Truining of Fee bio Minded will recolvo special low rates For Routes, Children nil) hereafter tnkc jilnco evry Friday Rates. Time, etc., see E. P. BnvAN, Agent, afternoon iroin 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Instila open for visitor? ut nny timo when most Frankfort, or write to tution convenient fur them to attend. C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., JOHN Q. A. STKWAHT, Superintcdent. Louisville, Ky. Oct. 7-- tf. at tho Kentucky Iti'litution for MlUliAlN lib 1inmt am school-hous- e Watches, Fine Gloeks, Engraving, &c. America Ahead! SAMUEL AYEBS. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.. E-q- -t WATCH at tho old stand. U ?AKEl, promptness and carotul us SucL'cceor to B. F. Meek, Mnin Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues tho watoli repairing businoc Courier-Journa- l, out (Imnan being donn them. Surveyors' ciin-paprepaired nnd other instruments requiring delicate utid uccurato adjustment. work he hopes to mcrit'tho iiutronngo of those who deslro to have their watcho repaired with- FOR UuEUVALL LEADING DEALERS. ' ISK FOIl IT! BUY ITU TRY ITH! uiuruh 17-U- ui I1 pleasure in expressing my ontlro confldenco in Mr. S. Ayroc. and from my long acquaintance with hi in ut a workman, do not hosltato to commend him as every wny cupahlo of mcotlng tho expectation of my former patron. B. F. MEEK. Sopt. an-t- f In retiring from iiulne?s In Frankfort I tako EGBERT 11 & SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Bjieciality. Orders left at Averill's ilrvg store will be promptly attended to. April i6-tl BSTPIaitiftiiJ Decorative Paper Hanging double-barrele- phot-gu- MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN S3UTH'S BUILOING, FFUNXFORT, KY. r.tp-idl- y P HTiPTT '''no"5? "! or craves arc i."y robbed of their wciims, Prolonged, pmnanD.i'by- use'vof the great happiness and health restored Ship Stuff, Brim. Shelled Oats, and Com always an hand. Flour exchanged for wbent. Which positively and permanently cure All kinds of grain bought and sold, TENCY (caused by cxcesies ofanykindi, NAL WEAKNESS, and ail diseases that sequency of selfabuse, as loss of energy, GERMAN INVIGORA'OR IM PO- SEED OATS! AT Wholesale and Retail .IAH. A. SHAW. Muzzle Loading bed-bug- s, Guns from 93.00 up Breech Loading Guns from 0.00 up Revol vers from SOc.upt EuoIOMtampfor48pageIllu8trated Catalogue, FITTSBUBGB VIBE ASMS CO., SEMIfollow a lots of uisiiiui,iimiiiiai M.9IIUUC, pain mine oack, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature Send for circulars wiih testimonials crave. free by mail, the INVIOORATOR is sold ot Si boxes for $s. hy all druggists, or will per box, or be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of Price, by addressing F. J. CHENEY. 113 Adams St., iolcdo, Ohio, Sole Agept for the United States. 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