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DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VI. KENTUCKY FRANKFORT State Newd. KY., JUNE 23. i88v Number 40. & s UIVER PACKET THE STEAMER. FANNIE FREESE Will receive and forward freights to Louisville, Madison, and nil points on KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS . and to all points North, East and West. WILLGIVETHRQU6H RKTESBILLS 0FUDIH6 Will leavo Frankfort for Louisville every Tuesday and Friday morning, at 0 o'clock, and returning leave Louisville for Frankfort every Wednesday and Snturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. For rates and information apply to LEW, CHURCH, Agent. TOr S. mar 3 tf. V. Fno, Matter. Frankfort, Ky. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, SOUTH FRANKFORT. One Lot, Corner Second and Logan streets, 100 by 120 feet. One Lot, Fronting River, between .Logan and Murray Streets, 125 by 165 feet to low water mark. J. G. DUDLEY & BRO. May 26-3t. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GBOGKEflY & GLASSWARE. I cordially invite you MAIN STREET, Bep3-tf- . to eall and examine my New and Fresh Stook of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FEESH. SEED, There will be services nt the Mission afternoon Chapel in Taylortou, Mr. D. T. Well?, of Nelson county, liiw b at 4 o'clock. steer tlmt weighs 3.000 pound?, for which Mr. John T. Buckley is the agent in this he refusal $300. city for the hale of Fisher, Leaf it Co.'s iron One of the patients in the Western Lun-nti- c mantels, nnd he is selling them at LouisAsylum at llopUiusvillc died with ville prices. XDX--LOIrT' small-polust week. DS A farmer in this county owns a bee gum, At a school exhibition in Metcalfe county, containing n colony of bees, from which Inst week, n row occurred, and twelve or one swnrm came out on Friday of last week, Diamond Setting: fifteen shots were fired into the crowd promis-cuoslto Drier. another on Snturday, still another on Sun. bv those engaged in the fight. One day, and on Monday two swarms came out. man was shot though the heart and killed He succeeded in capturing all five of them instantly, another was shot in the abdomen and the young swarms are now busily en., H y,2K Solid Gold Spectacles. and will die, while a number of others and ft fr gaged in setting their new homes in order, a young lady were slightly wonmled. while those that remain in the old gum are George Freeman, night policeman, was pursuing the even tenor of .their way. killed in Versailles Saturday night by Ollie One day last week n gentleman living on and Pros. Brown. The parties were drink ing and making a fuss when Freeman told the Flat Creek 'pike thought he had discov. thetu to keep quiet or he would arrest them. ered a bee tree, and summoned the neighThey began cursing nnd abusing him and bors to go with htm to cut it. Quite a large finally shot him through the left breast. party were on hand at the appointed time AND He lived only a few moments after. They and proceeded to the tree, which wns a bore him an old grudge for arresting a large elm standing on the side of the 'pike( brother of their's. The Browns are in jail. and buoyed up with the hope of a rich harves of wild honey, they were soon making the chips flv. The dav was very warm, but Point Pleasant. they worked away taking the precaution, as Everyone who has the plants are busy they thought, to cut so as the tree would setting out tobacco. fall away from the 'pike. After tin hour or Mrs. Dora Shuck, of South Frankfort, visited her aunt, Mrs. R. J. Shannon, last so of hard labor the tree fell not .ts they AND wanted it, but square across the 'pike com week. Mr. George Fincel, who has been con pletely blocking up the the road, and to fined to his room for some three months, is make matters worse, when they came to now able to sit up and walk around. look for the honey not a particle was to be Mr. B. W. Rogers, of North Benson, found; the insects they thought were bees Shelby county, wbb visiting Mr. Simon Hopper, and they took a fishing (our Inst week. flying about the top of the tree were nothMrs. J. T. Waters, Mrs. James Goin, and ing more thnn gnats. The sun was beamMrs. Flinn, of Frankfort, were the guests ing down upon them, but that tree had to of Mrs. Catharine Arnold the first of the be gotten out of the 'pike, and there was no week. help for it but to chop it up, so they had the Mr. J, R. HnrrocT, wife and daughters, pleasure of putting in the balance of the Misses Jennie and Pearl, of Shelby county, day in moving it. It is said there is not a were visiting Mr. R. J. Shntinou and wife man in that party who will ef.t honey now the first of the week. for pay. n on Miss Susie Owens has a which is very painful. She had her finger, Republican Convention. Work-shop- s No.' 8 North Upper Street. and Sales-rooto go to town to consult a doctor nnd have finger split. She is improving at presthe At a meeting of the Republican County ent. Committee, held in the city of Frankfort, CROMWELL, Mrs. James Rossell's favorite hen (com on Monday, June 4th, it was ordered that mon breed of chickens) is doing well with chickens. They are a the Republicans of Franklin county be reher seventy-fiv- e Attorney-at-Lawlovely sight and are all thrifty and growing quested to meet in mass Convention at the IFe have greatly roduced tho price of our fast. AND Court House in ;he city of Frankfort on flour. As evidence read the following; Dave Moore says that was not his horse; it Monday, July 2d, 1883, at 2 o'clock, p. in., CAPITAL PATENT . ..$3.76 per hundred. " . was one he was leading out for Bob Owens. for the purpose of nominating candidates PEANKF0ET BELLE. 3.00 Be careful, Dave, when yon go to town that Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the " 2,76 offices of Representative nnd Sheriff XXX adjoining counties, and will also give special you do not fall and burst another hole in for the Low grades in proportion. of Franklin county. attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, the pavement. A liberal discount to dealers. collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation By order of the Committee, june2-2- t. MARH.V BROTHERS. of loans. Office opposito Court House. Mr. James Rossell sold a yearling call C. JACKSON, J. June this week to Mr. Win. Moore for twenty-fivChairman. dollars. Bill says he got the calf very cheap. Mr. Russell also bought one from Geo. A. Lnwi?, Scc'y. Mr. W. B. Witt for filteen dollars. UKE ASSORTMENT Mi OF JC rj, x ks rf? ?'J y iRL mmr ss &misknTX and Steele INSTRUCTIONS .41 M How to Test Your Eyes S , c 7BfTr55'P53Ps1' Order Sent FREE. "V, o MONOGRAMS ALL KINDS I OF JEWELRY V MADE TO ORDER. OTIS "VST. SNYDER, LEXHST&TOlsr, KY. WM. m i' ' v i": '1 ..i' : bone-fello- ti CHEAP FLOUR. , v ''J , . Heal Estate Agsnt, 25-ly. JV3 , i V'.H vl ; e FOR SALE OR RENT. VICE'S FLOWER A.T JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. notice! -- Two young gents from the Point went last Sunday to see their sweethearts. They kept late hours that night and the consequence wa, that when they got home they were locked out, nnd having no night key they were compelled to remain in the school house the balance of the night on hard benches. Boys, stay all night next time or come home sooner. Some mischievous boys went to Mr. Launy Flinn's Tuesday night nnd called for one Jatnes.Cook, a hand that was at work there, and told him that they had come lor the purpose of whipping him. They did not, however, but threatened him and went off. Mr. Cook knew who they were and intends to havethem arrested. The boys are trying to compromise with Cook and get him to drop the matter. Such things should not be countenanced. Hawk Eye. Advertised Letters. S! tr THURSDAY AFTERNOON THE at tho Kcntuoky Institution for the Education and Training of Feeblo Minded Children will hereafter take placo every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for visitors at any time when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintodent. Pot. USUAL 7-- tf. Lester. C W Ann Marin, Mrs Malry, Bettie Johnson, Geo Moore, John M Mallory, Bettie Richard, Hannah Moseley, Mary T Simons, M J Kemn. Demer Taylor, Geo (2) Sewell, McKinney Tucker. .Hdmonia L. Truell, Hetty Vnn Wnnner. Ed (1 West. Bon Wilson, Mrs Willie Wilkerson, Dick Ynucy, Peachey Walker, Kate L White, J It Wilburn, James when calling for the above Say advertised J. G. Hatohitt, P. M. letters. ( Arnett, Elenor Coanert, Mary Ardell Ethrington, Lulie M Holton, Llewellyn Howe.i VV A " Letrell, James L Bergen, Mrs John Dickey, Miss Jannie Finnell, Geo Tho one story brick warehouse and lot on which tho satno is situated, belonging to M. E. Cochran, on tho West side of Lewis street, ad joining W. U. Gray's rosidenco, in Frankfort. tor terms apply to ' JUST RECEIVED BY K'J , Hunter, Ihos April 23, 1833 Ira. D.W. LINDSEY. V. BERBERICH, Mroh.,nt Tailor, w(T 1 - ':m ri ' ST. CLAIR STREET, 'A ? BETWEEN MAIN and BE0ADWAI, I.H.sM.lilU Watches, Pine Clocks, Eagraving, Sse. Flat Lebanon Ridge. ...,. ....... - Greek. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues tho watch repairing business at the old stand. By promptness and careful work be hopes to merit the patronage of those who deslro to havo their watohes repaired without damage being done thorn. Surveyors' repaired and other instruments requiring deltoate and acourate adjustment. oom-pass- ei . i. Mr. In expressing my entire confidence in S. Ayren. and from my long acquaintance with him at a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. pleainro In retiring from builnoss In Frankfort I tako Dr. Birchet has returned from a visit to Cincinnati. Squire Tracy has purchased a buggy for comfortable riding. Dr. Eddinusis talking about locating at Mr. J. L. Green well's. It is expected that Mr. James Harrod will teach the Bald Knob school next winter. There will be no courting going on in the school house then. Messrs. James Roberts, Lewis Lee, anil others were down at Steamboat Hollow last Sunday, gathering up bones. Look out, Rusty Cuss, there is opposition now. Mr. J. B. Tracy is offering fifty conts for fish six inches long caught above the Sulphur Lick Spring. There is one boy that has complied with the conditions and gotten his money. Sept. 30-- tf Trip. PMOPRItTORS. PITTSBURGH. PA. Miss Nannie Terrel; we are sorry to say, ia no better. Juno 9ly The people in this section think the Roundabout is one of the best little papers published. DEAMEB in Rev. James Graves will preach at Eden NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located School House on the second Sunday after- TWOBroadway, between Washington and noon in July, at 4 o'clock. Wilkinson streets. For terms apply to L. A. THOMAS. Mr. W. B. Tracy has been repairing his May Will sell at tho vory lowest figures dwelling house lately. Ho now has a nice house and buggy and if he only had a new pike he would be happy. Some thief stole a cap filled with honey C. D. D. from one ot Mr. W, L. Lee's hives Tuesday night. He says he would be glad if the Office thiol would return tho cap. KY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) We have several old widowers arouud ON ST. CLAIR STREET. here who are anxious to marry, and if the Can be found at bis office from 6 a. m. to 5 p. girls will only give them half a chance we m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to too 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to entire satisfaction of those who may ohosn to Offioo Hours will have a wedding or two in a short time. CUI'VBR. 8 P.M. patronlio him. July t. ;i.i.iim SELLERS &CQ. RE sw IHIJM LOSS Appetite IT HAS Koeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest stylos of fanoy French oassimeros. Ho is prepared to make them up on short notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylish und feb3-Cucomfortable. . r y "V-Tt- t N XaW s .. a !For Sale. W. J. CHINN, rvi ALL KINDS OF COAL K" . I2-t- f. DR. JAMES ELY, FOR CASH! J. BUSH, S FRANKFORT, ..?! V1 in Catholic Building, i 4 - 15-l- y L. i i . t ' . , s -- m&s In, i ' uty i. im&k Ji . tft TftawiMfifrsm VtMiw " f-- f rx rt,vum2s ,4' . . r .t, W in HI ft!," WmWMIMW 'bWI ''! iVyl nmfSluivP U 'TE,V ! H 1"i efoi wiiaw oj VV'f 4'" .. j .rv ft- - ina Miss Nannie Browder cntertnined her classmates Tuesday night, it being her Frankfort, Kentucky birthday. i a tsrcdatthopost-offlcoa- t at second class raallablo ninttcr. A large lot of drv scantliu and jointp, all sizes and lengths, fur sale by Morris. Staines FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Si' ;fc 5 ri GEORGE A. LEWIS, axicSL Sd.it or Co. nl r'rnnhlbit prices. FRANKFORT, JUNE 21, 1883. Mr. Dennis J, Hnly, oldeit son of Mr. .John Hnly, died in this city Tuesday mowing with pneumonia, after a week's iilness. Leonard, in Mt. Sterling, for several mon ths, returned to this place Friday afternoon, and is visiting friends in the city, Messis. Dallas Coke nnd John Alexander left Thursday morning for Winchester, where they will be employed for several weeks in erecting a business house for Mr. Whit. Hall, of this countv. -- GO TO- - IJOUN, this county, on M mditv, Juno ISth, 183, to Mr. J. V. Trcuioro nnd wife, a daughter Tn Please bear in mind that (lie blue pencil The session of the Citv School closed mark X on yonr paper indicates tlial the yesterday. The examination of applicants time for which von have paid has expired lor the positions of teacher in the school and you arc requested to call around and will begin Moudav. hettlo. Miss Annie Crutcher gave an entertain Co. (or dry ment at the residence of her parents in Belle Go to Messrs. Morris-StainPoint, TucmIhv night, in honor of Miss building material. Mamie Sappington, of Madison, Indiana. Tom Fehan was adjudged a lunatic in the Circuit Court Wednesday. he Ij. tv X Kaiirond will sell excursion tickets between all stations on it ro.id on Col. Jake Corbett has withdrawn from the 3d Jam! 4th of July, good to return up the race for the Legislature in his native to midnigiit on the 5th of the same month. county of Ballard. Tickets will be sold only to stations from Distillery of the E. H. Tay- which yon can return within the specified The Carlisle lor, Jr., Co. will stop operations lor the limit. leason on the 30t h Mr Frank G. Montgomery was tried in In chopping with a hatchet Saturday, the Circuit Court Tuesday on the charge of Mis Minnie Joyce accidentally cut the end shooting Mr. C. E. Taylor, of the Western of her left forefinger off. Union Telegraph office, on the fourth of for December, ami was acquitted, the jury The 29th of this month is the last day biingont only a lew minutes. The case filing suits in the Quarterly Court, which was tried before Judge (4. C. Drane, as meets on the 9th of duly. special judge. . Col. Roht. W. Scott, on account of his Call and see the samples of iron mantles ngennd declining health, wants to sell his at Buckley's before purchasine elsewhere, elegant farm in this county. Dr. U. V. Williams has purchased of Easiest to Clean. Nothing to do but to Mrs. Jane Page two lots, fronting on Cross remove the dasher and cald out the bucket street one hundred feet and running back of the Victor Churn. Buckley sells it. two hundred (part of the old Church prop. sell omc of ert)Jfor twelve dollars per foot front. That Mr. H. L. Wat kins wants to the most conveniently located cottage homes part of the city is being rapidly built up, on the South Side. It can be bought at a and the Doctor will soon have handsome Iwellings upon these lots. bargain. Read his advertisement. es I Saiuii. Examination of Teachers. EXAMINATION OF APPLICANTS positions as teachers in the Public ."school will begin Monday, June 25, 1SS3, in Public School building, at 8 o'clock a. in. Applicants must register their names with the undersigned, nnd receive a card of admission from him. By ordei of the Board of Trustees, W. S. DEHONEY, Sccv. AN HARRIS ft HERRMANN. i Bk N ivr .. DESIRABLE PROPEPwTY. . FOR SALE. piece of property on the corner of Thiid and Steele streets, South I'rankfort, known as the Hall place, I will dispose of it cheap for cash. This is a bargain that is not offered every day. If not sold privately before the first .Monday in July, it will be offered at public sale, at the Court House door, on thatdav. H on V II. L. WATKINS.' June 23-1- Lv TfU. FORSALR Juno Houso nnd lot of Mr. N. II. Hoy, on Broadway street, opposito railroad depot. Also the lot on High struct occupied by Mr. G. B. Macklin ns a eal office nnd yurd. For term apply to Mr. Gay or to A. T. TODD. 23-t- f. Articles of Iucorporation of Frankfort Clinpter, No. 3, of fioyal Arch Masons. Arrr. 1. Bo it known to nil whom It rany con ccrn, that we, Frnnk C. Uughe, Jos. R. Stafford, James A. Murrny, V. A. Knltenbrun, Gustav. Shacfer, Geo. A. Lewi, E. Whito-sideW. T. Reading nnd V. H. 1'hythinn, do hereby associato ourselves together and become incorporated, under tho corporate name of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Royal Arch Masons, in pursuance of, nnd by virtue of the provisions of chanter 56 of tho General Statutes of Kentucky. Tho principal nlaco of transacting tho business of said corporation shall bo in the city of Franfort, Kentucky. Akt. 2. Said corporators and their associates and successors shall so continue nnd have succession, and by sntd name are made capable in Inw, as natural persons, to euo and bo sued, plead and bo impleaded, contract nnd bo contracted with, answer and be answered in all courts of law and equity in this Commonwealth ; to wake, have nnd uso a common seal. and tho same to break, alter, or amond at pleasure. They may make and ordain for their government, and those now in force in said Chapter to niter when deemed nroner. nnd may chango nnd renew the same at pleasure; provided, they be not in contravention of tho Constitution or law of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of tho United States, nor in contravention of tho Constitution and luws of tho United States or of tnis State. Tho said corporation shall have power nnu authority to acquire nnd hold rcnl nnd personal estate, not exceeding twenty-flv- o thousand dollars in value, and from time to time, if deemed expedient, sell and convey tho same, or any part thereof, and to reinvest nnd dispose of the proceeds. Art. 3. The business affairs of said corporation shall be invested in the persons who shall, trow time, to time fill the positions of High Priest, Secretary nnd Treasurer, subject to tho will of a majority of said corporation cxDresaod ut a regular stated meeting. In witness win. roof tho undersignod corporators have hereunto signed their names this IWth day of June, 18S3. V. A. KALTENBRUN, F. C. HUGHES, JOS. R. STAFFORD, J AS. A. MURRAY, GUSTAV. SHAEFER, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. READING, IV. H. PHYTHIAN. s, per-potu- nl bv-ln- ARCADE! w . fe . c . :jl ' t ' rf ! ' . I ' L.J' . j A patty of gentlemen are arranging for an excursion and basket picnic down the river to Lock port on July 4. Only a limited number will be taken, and all arrangements for a pleasant time perfected. Persons desiring to avail themselves of this The contract for the building of the new trip will make application to Mr. Chas. S. Opera House was signal Saturday night, Green, Geo. L. Payne, Judge W. L. Jett or hiiiI Messrs. Hnly Brothers began clearing John W. Payne, as the party will be made away the rubbish Monday morning for the up before that dny. foundation. Personal. An excursion party of young people from Miss Sue Bush is visitng friends in WoodEminence will come up to this city, in a few ford county. days, and go down to Lock port on a uShing MANG-AN- , Miss Sallie Ford, of Midway, is visiting frolic, on board one of the boats now run relatives in tins citv. ning between this city and Louisville. Mrs. Howell, of Shelby county, is visiting Cllsvtcaa 3Tort3a.east Sq.ia.are. t Mr. John T. Buckley has sold fifteen or Mrs. H. L. Watkins. Miss Holt, of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done twenty of the Victor Churns, with the unif they did not give perfect of Miss Lizie Macklin. derstanding that on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Dr. Thomas P. Grant, of Louisville, is Kitisfaction they were to be returned, but Jan. not one of them lias been brought back to visiting relatives in this county. Mrs. Dr. Win. Morris of this county, is him. visiting relatives in Owensboro. for the benefit of Buck Run A festival Mts.'Dr. James Gray, of Illinois, is visitBaptist Chinch was held at the residence of ing her sifter, Mrs. Geo. B Macklin. Mrs. Win. Feather&tune, at the Forks of Mr. J. P. Wayts, of Burnside, Pulaski Elkhorn, Wednesday evening, which was county, is visiting his parents in this city. largely attended, a very pleasant affair and Mr. Geo. W. Ward left Wednesday aftera success financially. noon for n visit to Asbury Park, New "Jersey. Mis. J. S. McKendrick, of Eminence, has Mr. F. B. Staines, of this city, shaves with a razor which was brought from been visiting Mrs. W. J. Hughes this week. Mr. Thos. L. Delime, of Knnsas City, Baltimore to Louisville by one of the early of this State at a time when the lat- - Missouri, is visiting his parents in Tayior-tosettleis rut ter city liad but three nouses in it. me Mif-Unie Marshall returned Monday old pioneer made the entire trip on foot afternoon from a visit to friends in George 3 and carried the razor, together with another town. exactly like it, in a case in his pocket. It Miss Emma Coleman returned Tlnm-di- i is splendid metal, and holds its edge so well from a visit to Mrs. S. B. Kohnle, in Lima, that it does not require honing more than Ohio. Mr. N. B. Risk, of Jessamine county, is once in nine years. visiting his sisters, Misses Fronie and Mary A J. KIRKPATRICK & CO. WILL CON There will be a giand encampment of nil Risk, South Side. , tract for bncklaying,furnisliing material, c. Job work a specialty. All work war- the militia of the State held near this city, Mr. James M. Buford, wife and son, of ranted to give satisfaction. beginning on the 31st of August, and con- Rock Island, Illinois, are v isiting the Misses June Herudon, in this city. tinuing until the 0th of September. The Elder George Daisie left Monday afterold base ball lot of Mrs. Mary L. Todd, in Belle Point, lins been selected as the camp noon for a visit to relatives in Pennsylvania. two weeks. ground, .and ariungements are being made tie win be absent MANUFACTURED BY MaMers Willie A. auj.1 George W. Lewis to make it a grand cuccess. The battalions are visiting their grandparents, Rev W, Co, tlint are here at that time will participate McD. Abbott and wife, in Carrollton. Ey. inauguration ceremonies of the new in the Capt. John H. Todd, lfith Infantrv. U. FOR SALE IJV Governor. & S. A,, and wife, are visiting his pafents, on Flat Cretk Capt II. I. Todd and wife, in this city. Mr. Win. Lee, who in this county, owns a cow that gave birth Mies Nellie Orbi-onwho has been at- Main Street, opposite J. L. & W. H. Waggoner, to three calves on Sunday night, two males tending school at Gannett Institute, Boston, Frankfort, Ky. lm. and one female. When found Monday the past ten months, returned home WedAGENT FOR THK nesday. morning the female was dead but the other Eamburg'Auicrican Mail Line Mr. J. Swigert Tavlor nnd wife, accomtwo were a& lively as crickets. This makes panied by Miss Rebecca Taylor, returned JONES BROS., Proprietors. calves she has had in the last two to their homci in St. Louis AN!) Wednesday Mai alacturcriof all kinds of New Work tor yeais, having raised twins twice in that afternoon. ALLEN ROYAL LINE STEAMSHIP COS. time. The three calves were weighed and Mr. W II. Posey and wife, accompanied Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rate?. their respective weights were 41, 12 and .02 by Miss Mollie Beiryinau, of Versailles, arrived in the city yesterdav afternoon and pounds. It would not take many cows of ALSO DKALER IN STEAM GAUGES, are stopping with Mrs. J. B. Lewis. this kind to supply the deficiency in the BE IN THE MARKET FOR Mr. Lester llodjreis, of California, is visit-in- fi new crop of wheat nt the highest number of beef cattle complained of by the MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC, bis brother, Mr. James C. Itodgers, of price. Don't sell until yon see him. He CHAMPAGNE OlOHJR, in this section. butchers tins city. This is the first time the two buys for the Southern trade; has always paid foi New Work in m.y pan better pi ices, than nny buyer in the market. GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. have met in twenty-fiv- e years. II. W rule, No. 49 Water et.. Loniville J. Will leceivc grain at nny point on the River Order loft at Urowery OGloo will bo promptly of the Slate. Mrs. Harriett Leonard, who has been or Railroad. kivh: "Brown's Iron Bitters entirely cured attended to. making her home with her eon, Rev. Jos. of dyspepsia." tne One door weit of corner Ann and Broadwov or,... June lC2in March Mr. John W. Johiihon, the gentelmanly and accomodating South Side grocer, and Mies Sallie Abbott will be mnriied at the Baptist Church Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. lowpric ES Frop'ra Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SB., & CO., Street, Corner, Capital 6-i- y HATS T 4 HATS I STKAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. . WHITE HALL, EN n. . s Bricklaying. i6-i- s STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, HOPE MILLS FLOUR, 11 h I MM, MEN'S CSVCTTCHSB, BOYS STAKES. Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ALL DUNLAF3 LATEST STYLES J. O. MATTER, TEANHFORT MACHINE WORKS, , Hoggins & Baird, MILLER'S AGENT, fc(M EDWARD M. DRANE, GB.AZ2T DEALER,, til PBANKPORT 1Y., WILL MINERAL WATERS, r I f. North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6t, & AJ ,i Y ff!k KJ.A's-J- , tefflsspwsaffiiira '"I'lWtfPPtWW1 liifci iL3i Ail . . .. i . ' r . V JI'W.. m.t T V'",.,. " . .!- k .' I.I - , J Jl ' ' .. niy i.iJCvCL." , Aft - ' ' !"" V . . ' l Jt &$& uKCai r amiilt ft i - J 'i 'i - V V i i Br fr r . t.f, ..i jwj m'l tftv ir'-- r j : J, M r. tnv smi w .i t v,'- , w.v i if WHkmxmritrsrxtr XyxTimmLLT. afl LateVJj? 7.wr wmmrmraA k v.w. v ' .r .- ,- syswjhtmi.aw, .un. utts.i7 n if ' ."fMTOt,urt Trm I i, jivw Trr-...- -7. ""' " .i.-- .- j.ii 'v - ' Ji r ' ijn?. roiKSfevsKa r, ,VJ. v;'-- '- V'''VVV,1 TTVKi.'?5 frrt . "H f FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, JUNE 23, 1883. AHGEST GIRGULAT10H IN CITY AND COUMTV TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table wilt be In effect on the L. St N. R. R. for this point. TRVIN8 NORTH. Louisville. No. 18 No. 20 No. 23 . . . Leave Leive Frankfort. 10:3; A. M 9:55 v. M. 5:48 P. M. 7'oo A. M. 7:20 p. m. a',35 P. M. Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 a. M. tt:os P. M. P. M. No. 24 . arr. nt Frankfort8:3o p. m. 5:15 p. m. TRAINS SOUTH. Leave Lexington. L ave Arrive at No, No. No. no. 17 , 33 19 . . . 31 . . . Louisville. Frankfort. 10: is A. M. 8:t a. M. 9:00 a. M. leaves Frankfort 6:00 a. M.arr. Lou. 9:10 a. m. 3:00 p. m. 1:10 p. M. 4:10 P. M. 3:27 p. M. 0:40 p. M. 5:15 p. M. Train No. ax makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at p. m. Train No. 23 makes connection for Cincinna i, arriving there nt 12:15, p. m. No. 24 mik s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, P' m E. P. BRYAN, Agent. Fine spring lamb nt Fincel'a litis morn. ing. A gentlemen' in, tins city. S. club is about being organ-ize- d Elder P. Fall will prencli nt the morning Chris- tian Church o'clock. at 11 Presbyterian The parsonage ol the Church is being refitted, repaired and mod ernized. Capital Lodge, No. 0, I. 0. 0. T., will elect officers Monday night for the ensuing jury. six months. Mr. Wayts Iihs been suffering a great deal Irani his wound, but is doing as well as It is thought that work will be begun possible under the circumstances. upon the new Government building in thio city early in July. Mr. John E. Kirtley has been appointed Irvin, of Shelby county, will agent of the bteaincr Fannie Freesu in this Rev. Mr. city, in place of Mr. Z. T. Thomasson, repreach at the Presbyterian Church tired. evening. morning and Mr. W. II. Posey, of this city, and Miss Annie Berryman, of Versailles, were married Thursday night, in the latter place. . , Upholstering, furniture repairing, varnishing, chairs bottomed, and nil kinds of An unfortunate shooting affair occurred at job work neatly done. Fine work a special l the of Mr. .1. M. Wakefield about ty. Orders left at my residence, 3d street, six o'clock Monday morning. When Mr South Frankfort, will receive prompt atten Merritt Wnyts, the at the mill, tion. W. G. Goodwin. arrived there he found Mr John W. ltupe, 3t. No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House former Deputy City Marshal and The best and largest assortment of clocks but now keeper ot the Railroad Bridge, standing in the yard, who asked him if Mr. at Phillip Selbert's. Wakefield had come in yet, lo which Mr. Fon Rent. Two front rooms. Apply to Wayts replied that ho hnd not. Mr. R'upe C, Shublnski. then asked at what time lie would arrive SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY For Sam: Cheap. A side board, extenand on Mr. Wayts replying that he did not know, Rupe remarked "you have wronged sion table, and piano. Apply at this office. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of me," drew a pistol and commenced firing at The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper Wavts, who attempted to get out of the way nud better than n door mat. For sale by Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at of the bullets, but was struck in the back, Whitesides is McEwan. just below the right shoulder blade, by one home. Oct. 25tf. of them, which glanced around and came No mud or dirt tracked into the house if out near the riirlit breast, inflicting a dan the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For gerous flesh wound. Rupe fired four times, sale by Whitesides & McEwan. but fortunately only one shot took effect. FoiiSalk, Cabinet organ, in good order, He then coolly walked up to the Court good as new. Address Mrs. Eliza Hawkins'' House, gave himself up, and was placed in charge ot Jailer Shcehan. The only reason Peak's Mill. I TAKE this method of informing the r. iblic that from this day I he gave for his action was that Wayts had Nice, fresh, juicy beef at Flncel's. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, insulted his wife, but this Mrs. Rupe says is aking no exceptions or Fon Runt. Two new cottages with four deviations. My stook of not the case, as Mr. Wnyts has always treated her politely and has been a good friend rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. of Mr. Rupe's; that hIio has noticed indi- Apply to John Cochran & Co. TIN-WAR- E, cations of lunacy in the actions of her husFor Rent. Frame cottage, newly paintband of late, and had locked up his pistols ed, papered, and repaired. is verj' large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Has garden and to prevent his getting at them, and thinks stable attached, apply to Joe. LeCompte. he must have borrowed the one he used Monday. Finest stock of gold and silver, watches, A writ of lunacy was Issue!! against jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Rupe Tuesday and he had a trial Thins-daware ever exhibited in the city before at support, and trusting that 1 will merit a continuance of the same. ' afternoon, which resulted In a hung Philip Selbert's.. saw-milynrl-tnnte- r The Pistol. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ' tf 'iSm, M ,.s FOR CASH ONLY. &C, v 1 STOVES, GRATES, ,i Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Very respectfully, y The dial of the meteor clock shines nt night so that the time can be seen in the darkest night without the aid of an artificial light. For sale bv Selbert. ". m .';m Wlf Mr JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. .. of our best citizens would say to the public that heias tried Hall's Catarrh Cute, and it is all that is claimed for it. Price 75 One cents per bottle. w the P., G. & between Georgetown and Paris F. Railroad will be completed by the first of January next. It is thought that portion of Mrs. Buck-tier- , Unfortunate Harrodsburg! mother of Miss Jessie, has bought a handsome residence in Harrodsburg, and she and Miss Jessie will reside there in future. Col. R. P. Pepper's trotting tnnre, Catch-fl- y, at Cold Spring won the great free-for-all The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines both door mat and foot scraper. One movement of the foot over the scraper and bctueen the brushes cleans the mud and I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of dirt from the sides and sole of the boot. The supper given by the ladies of the For sale by Whitesides & McEwan. Baptist Church at the Court House Thursday night was very well attended, and the Skinny Men. TO THE WAREHOUSE ON THE ices and other delicacies sold rapidly. The "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, receipts amounted to about $1(30. Sexal debililv. 1. Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at LintiT WoRKtxo. A child six cr seven G-reatl-y Announcement. years old can do the churning with ease if FOll REPRESENTATIVE. you use a Victor. For sale by J. T. Buck-ley- . New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in former prices. Wo are authorized to announoe A. ft. BRAW-NEas a oanJidato for Ropresentatlvo of The customers of Mr. Shubinski will please bear in mind that he is observing his Frauklin county, subject to tho will of the people at tho August election, 1883. In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. and will bo open Sabbath Anyone wishing a good smoke will please JSEW PLANING drop in and see him. May AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, S13DS SO"OTTS OF MAS2T STZW3ET, I' W imP Becluced Prices. R XT aa. d. 20-ly. to-da- ert a-- 3s: i an. w ' MILL. R. ROGERS. m There is no iron or brass to touch the cream in the Victor Churn. Buckley ha them. Morris-Staines J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to bis Establishment FJrst-Clnss i5 The Company ship dry Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Driving Park, near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, building lumber to Lexington at Frankfort Friday, in three straight heats, beating prices, freight added. Monroe Chief. The time made was 2 2 l 2:195, 2:27. For Sale. A good buggy. Apply to ALSO Thomas Heflner. At the annual meeting ot the old soldiers Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning of the war of 1812 in Paris Monday, there City and country merchants will do well GottoH out in tho Best Style. were but eight of the old veterans present, to call on Arr. Shubinski, as he is prepared May and their ages ranged from 80 to 99, Dr. to give bargains incigars. C. C. Graham, of Louisville, being the oldest Call at Burckhardt's and get choice beef. and Dr. J. G. Cliiun, of Lexington, the youngest. Nice spring lamb at Burckhardt's every morning. Has Just receivod his spring and summer stock of There were three excursion parties in city Sunday. Two, composed of white this There is no danger from fire caused by AND FANCY people, were brought up the river Saturday lighting matches at night to see what time night by the steamers Hornet and John M. it is, if you use one of Selbert's Meteor LuAbbott, and one, composed of colored peo- minous clocks. ple, came by rail from Maysville Sunday 9 morning, it you want to eaten an early train, you will not be left if you have a meteor lumi&C. Messrs. S. Klass Co. have rented the nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken in Odd Fellow's Temple, at present you, and then its dial shines so that you Call room and see him at Swigert's old occupied by the Adams Expre&s Company, can see the time in the darkest room. stand, and will connect it with their present place has them for bale. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. of business and greatly enlarge their stock. The Morris-StainLumber Company, of be removed to the The pxpress offico will Nov. room on Main street formerly occupied by this city, arc overrun with orders, and will Dick Higdon. next to Bairett's news depot. soon have to begin running night and day. Pinning Mill, K. McCLURE & BRO. & MM, M,hw, Ming 15-tf. Are making greater efforts than ever, W. T. RUNYAN, STAPLE to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at THIS PEIITG! hs rf i? LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP DRY GOODS NOTIONS, Xs Sel-lic- it HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is ft d .: es COAL! has on hand The body of a drowned man was found twenty-sisplendid young beef cattle, which floating in the river, just above the railroad he will begin killing in a few days, and if bridge, at the "shelving rocks," Tuesday afyou want a nice juicy steak he is the man ternoon. It proved to be a German tramp, to furnish you. who arrived iu this city Sunday on his way from Mississippi. He was seen sitting on Smoked hams of all kinds at Fincel's. the wall just below the road that leads up Buttimer'e hill Sunday afternoon, his coat Call nt Burckhardt's and get your nice and shoes were found on the river bank spring lamb, Monday, and he was tracked down to a rafl Burckhnrdt has nice fresh spring lamb for of logs that were lyitig in the water just 6ale every day. below, The coroner's jury returned a verdict of accidental drowning. For Sale. A desirable building lot in South Frankfort. Apply nt this oflice. Catarrh is the seed of Consumption, and unless tnken in time is a very dangerous disThe meteor clock with tho luminousjdial ease. Hall's Catarrh Cure never fails to s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Sel cure. Price 75 cente. Sold by Joseph bert. LeCompte. now x Mr. C. W. Fincel COAL! Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. "i ., ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for salo at Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKLIN. v '83 GJUND COMBINATION, '83 Frankfort WEEKLY Roundabout L WE AEE AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more .. 'a ' Vv2 Ono year for only $2 00. Two papers for little moro than the price of one. lly paying us $j oo you will receive for one year your home paper with the Courier-.- ! the representative newspaper of the South, .111 d the best, biightest and ablest f.imily "WoulUy in the United State. Those who to ox.iniini. .1 s.im. pie copy of the Courior-JTourii- ui can do so Vi i a ,11 ournnl, e A Handsome Transparent Picture. ept33-t- at this office. f ." tfsV I 1 A ' 1 "i! 'm$M.mm '.&" JlfflLl!ii . J xSmmiri'TL ili 'rtL ' :rsKr? -- V i A feU I ji fci' .sgaagBA.J is ROUNDABOUT, A VETERAN BENEFACTOR. hSThjUft. fin'T '' lib' ,(fi '"" ' " i "' ', fit' FRANKFORT Choice beef at Biircklmnlt'a tlnilv. Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kidney, Bladder ami Urinary Diseases. SI Druggist?. His Past Life, Present Plans, and What He Has to Say Upon a Subject That Astonished Him. (Xcto York "Buohupaiba." 7Vm.) N, ; a & .. . sv s -- lv 'Jt r Eft Jaff m r' fc;' wi . ''. ,t "K i w :. Ke ' . i ;.". tt iv, - w '. r Jit-- if .i Nearly forty years ago a young man, of of the universal success of unusual endowments, begun to mould public Flag Fork. opinion upon n subject of vital importance. Brown's Iron Bitters is simLike all pioneeis, Ins curly efforts were ply this: It is the best Iron be very ncceptuble about this unsuccessful, but Imh ability and the value Itain would time. preparation ever made; is of his work soon won public confidence, and compounded on thoroughly there is not a village or hamlet in Mr. A. B. rnlprove bought of the country that has not been influenced by scientific, Gordon one gilt and pin tor ?'20. chemical and Dr. Dio Lewi. When, therefore, it was medicinal principles, nnd They have organized a new Sundny learned that he contemplated the We cstntili"h docs just what is claimed for School at Mount Cnrmcl Church. incut of a large magazine in this have a very good attendance anil hope to city, the fact wni deemed so itnpoitunt tliul it no more and no less. have still better. a tepresentative of this paper was commisMr. Wm. Lee lws a cow that gave birth sioned to ee him and ascertain the truth of By thorough and rapid to three calves June 17th. Two ot them are the rumor. Dr. Dio Lewis is a gentleman of sixtv assimilation with the blood, living and doing well. The last one years and two hundred pounds, with weighed 40 pound-)it reaches every part of the hair mid heard, but probably the system, healing, purifyfng Messrs A. A. Bailey & Bro. nnd,Bniley most perfect picture ol health and vigor in & Slntterv have hail some very becoming Comand strengthening. the metropolis. He is a living exponent of signs painted and hung out belore their hisftenchings, and notwithstanding the mencing at the foundation S. W. Hopkins, of the L. & N. R. R doors. People of Bald Knob should do amount of woik he has alreidy done, promsays: "I suffered from indigestion and ill it builds up and restores lost their trading with' them. ises still grea'.er activity lor yean to come. feeling when Brown's Iron Bitters gave me health in no other way can liio- -t courteousimmediate relief." Mr. Dennis O'Nnu, jr , has a cow that He received the interviewer lasting benefit be obtained. ly, nnd in reply to n question said: conies regulnr at milking time, but itid not "It is true Ihave come to New York to We ore assured tln.t you can find the very give any milk. They did not know what 7y Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Nov. 7. was the matter with her until they found establish a monthly mngnziue. I have best of cigars at Shubinski's. I went have been rt great sufferer from out she was suckling some pigs. Come come here lor the catne reucon that a very weak stomach , heartburn, and to Boston 2o years nco. Then Boston was with your cow story. Bridgeport. again dyspepsia In Its worst form. Nearly the beet platform in the country Irom which everything I ate pave me distress, Mr. Win. Armstrong and Mr. Shnrpe, of to speak of education. New York has now and 1 coul J eat but little. I have Beans and new Irish potatoes are ripe. tried every thin,-- recommended, have Jlercer county, have been down this wek become mot hospitable to progressive taken the prescriptions of a dozen hunting for tobacco plants. They called on thought, nnd especially so to movements on Ice cream and cake till you can't rest. physicians, but cot no relief until I took Brown's lro" Hitters, I feel A. B, PoNgrove and he gave them ns behalf of physical traininj:. The cherry crop is larger than it has been r.one of the old troubles, nna am a many as they could take buck with them, "I have reason to know the great and for a number of years. new man. I am getting much rows Conic abiding interest of the American people in amounting to about thirty-fiv- e stronger, and feel f.rstrate. I am a railroad engineer, and now mako Miss Pinkie Buckley, of Frankfort, is again when you get out of plants. this subject. They have conic to realize ray trips regularly, I can not say of Miss Bettie Wilson this week. too much in praise of your wonder- Anyone wishing to take a copy of the that the future ot our country pivots upon the guest fjl medicine. D. C. Mack. FRAxkrotvr Koumuiorr should cnlfnn W. S. our physical vitality, and especially upon Since the schools closed the boys especiPolsjrrove, as I believe it is about ns good the igor of our women. My new magazine ally make things quite lively for their filla paper as anyone can subscribe tor. It has will bear the title 'Dio Lewis's Monthly,' ers. Brown's Iron Bitters all the neigh boi hood new, and is vtrv in- and be devoted to Sanitary and Social Scidocs not contain whiskey in this Wheat harvest has commenced teresting to read the correspondence. As ence. I hope through its pages to inaugusection. The prospect to be good nl or alcohol, and will not are trotting numerous, then' is no rate a new departure in hygiene." "Have vou not written several books on least for an average crop. blacken the teeth, or cause trouble in getting your paper every week. the abject ?" Mrs. Georgiana Hawkins, of Benson, is It is small, but cheap and newsy. headache and constipation. "Yes, nine volumes, nnd some of them, spending several days in this vicinity this FninxD. It will cure dyspepsia, indilike Our Girls,' published by the Harpers, week visiting relatives. gestion, heartburn, sleephave had an enormous crrculiiiion, but the Bloomington. Several of our citizens attended the lecbest work of mv lile I shall give the world lessness, dizziness, nervous ture delivered by Elder George Darsie at Owing to the scarcity of plants, the to- in the new magazine. Forty years of skir- Graefensbnrg debility, weakness, &c. last week and pronounce it mishing ought to conclude with ten years of bacco crop in this section will be short. excellent. organized warfare." tjsa only Crown's Iron Dittcrs made by Everybody is invited to attend our Sun"Doctor, what is the occasion of this Rev. W. T. Llewellyn, of North Carolina, Brown Chemical Co. , Baltimore. Crossed day School." Time of meeting 3J o'clock in health questions?" on wrapper. red lines and was called to the pastorate of South Benevery Sunday evening. "It has come through suffering, which son Church last Saturday, and at once enMr. Pat. Lillis and his sisters, Misses Mary seems the only road to self knowledge. tered on the duties of his office. and Nonie, were on a visit to their cousins, The stomach, heart, kidneys or liver full Mrs. Lou. McKendrick, of Eminence, into trouble, happiness is gone, and then the Misses Wallace last Sunday. and Mrs. Mat. Hughes nnd the Misses people give attention to their health." Miss Georgie Church returned to her "Which of these organs is most frequently Sallie and Nettie Huges, of Frankfort, S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Bkown, M. D home a few days since from North Middle-tothe victim of our errors?" asked the re- spent last Wednesday in this town. where she has been going to school for porter; Quite a large crowd, both ladies and genv Eome months past. "Within the last few years diseases of the tlemen, representatives of Shelby and When I Anderson counties, took in the June MeetOnlv one more week before the close of kidneys have greatly multiplied. and ing at South Benson Church last Sunday, the district school. Sorry for you, young was engaged in practice, thirty-fivSurgeons, gentlemen, but you should have made bet- forty years ago, serious disease of the kidEd. Blythe, of Graefensburg, who had neys was rare; but now distressingly freter use of the time. his hand very much lacerated by the disquent and fatal." Office Poor old Frankfort has to suffer another "To what do you attribute this great charge of a cartridge a week or two since, Church, nnd residence next door to tho Baptist is reported as improving as rapidly as possiS. Clair street. shooting affair. How long h this reckless increase of kidney troubles?" disregard of human life to continue. Is it drinks, adul- ble. "To the use of stimulating not about time to call a halt? terated food and irregular habits of life." Bee raising has become quite an industry "Doctor, have you any confidence in the in this section. Mr. J. P. Sargent (Bird) is Some few farmers began harvesting their The yield reniedv of which we hear so much wheat crop last Thursday. given up to be the boss in this section, he 'Warner's Safe Cure?" huving now in his possession not less than promises an average one, and burring an ac"I believe in the ounce of prevention, fifty colonies. cident the oat crop in this section will be rather than in a ton of cure." immense. Charlie "But have ou noticed the remarkable lost a calfParrent and Oscar Roberts each last Monday. Their death enWe learn from gentlemen owning or- testimonials of Warner's remedy?" sued from eating pea hulls. Persons owning chards in this vicinity tha the young fruit "I have, and confess that they have puz- cattle should be careful in regard to this apples are falling zled and astonished me. The commendamore particularly 75 ETTOMMEHDED BY PHYMCIAH8. from the trees, and at such a rate tlint be- tions of proprietary medicines usually come matter, it being a known fact that hulls of fore midsummer there will scarcely be an from unknown persons residing in back this character are fatal in every instance. OUfUDS and Ootarrh of the Nasal apple left. counties. But I see in our most reputable of the Bar. Eyo Uloerattvei Catarrh INTBRNALLY, or and Throat. It la taken Fischer, Leaf & Co.'s iron mantels for sale Everybody in this community is rejoiced newspapers the warmest praise of Warner's aots DIRSGT1Y upon the Blood and to learn" that Muj. II. T Stanton is likely to Safe Cure from College Professors, respect- at Louisville prices by John T. Buckley. Muoous Surfaces of the System. It Is the best Blood Purifier In the be Kentucky's next Adjutant General under able physicians, and other persons of high WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is Governor Knott. There's no appointment intelligence and character. To thrust such charged for It, for THAT alone. Bald Knob. that our new Governor could make that testimony aside may be professional, but it is unmanly. No physician can forget that would give such universal satisfaction. Crops are looking prosperous around ONLY INTERNAL CUBE FOR CATARRH valuable additions to our Materia Medica CT-I- N THE VLAUKETJB Rev. Doctor Cannon preached an interest- have sprung from iust such sources. 1 was here. And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any ing sermon to an appreciative aidience at so impressed with this cloud of witnesses Mr. G. L. Rodgers has "busted" his spring Case of Catarrh It will not Cure. Bethel Church last Sunday. We are glad WILL CUBE AMY CASE. that 1 purchased some bottles of Warner's wagon. to learn the members of Old Bethel Church Safe Cure at a neighboring drug store, and Office ot A. T. Btewaiit & Co. I Grass cutting has commenced. Save it CHiciao, 111., June 4, 1880. J are likely to make arrangements by which analyzed one of them to see if it contained Meurs. F. J. Cheney d Co., Toledo, O. the Doctor will be with us more frequently anrt'hing poisonous. Then I took three of up boys. Gentlemen: I take pleasure in Informing you in the future. Hall's Catarrh Cure. It bos Hurrah for the Roundabout, it is a newsy that I have usedvpry the prescribed doses at once, and found bad and don't hesitate to cured mo I was little paper. eay that it will euro any case of Catarrh if taken Mr. and Mrs. Job Smith. Capt. and Mrs. there was nothing injurious in it. I do not Yuuro truly, Hoppers are getting numerous about G, properly. Arnold and Mrs. Azubah Webster were the hesitate to say that if 1 found my kidneys J. B. WSATBXBrORO. guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. Luckett last in serious trouble, I should use this remedy, L. Rogers'. WORTH 810 A BOTTLE. E. Murray, Jackson, Mich., writes Have had Sunday. Mr. Luckett is one of our most because of the hopelessness of all ordinary Miss Liza Woods visited her parents SatCatarrh for 30 years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured enterprising farmers, mid his estimable wife, treatment, and because when a hundred urday and Suuday. me. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. eysold by all Druggists at 75 eta per bottle. never so happy as when entertaining her intelligent and reputable persons unite in Mr. Wm. Lee. has one stand of bees that Manufactured and soldby F J. CHENEY & CO. neighbors and "friends. Sorry we could not the statement that a certain remedy has Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. cured them of a grave malady, I choose to have swarmed four times this spring. be there. For Solo by believe that they speak the truth." The bone trade is getting dull, so Rusty What is it that will cause the good house JOS. LrCOMPTB, DRUGGIST, "But as you may know, my great interest wi'e more real aggravation and annoyance in life lies in prevention. For forty years I says, but Clipper has a load to sell him. y Oot South Frankfort. than for the cow and calf to get together at have labored in this field. One of the Mrs. McDaniel, mother of hour. If there's anything phases of mv work in New England was McDaniel, has been visiting Eli and Nat. an unseasonable her son, Eli, we don't know what it is. The writer had the establishment of the Ladies' Seminary this week. be the only one of the the misfortune to at Lexington. Mass. My aim was to illus Plows and hoes can be had at J. L. male persuasion at home on occasion of this trate the possibilities in the physical training OFFICE IN SOUTH' IUILDINB, FRANKFORT, KY. character some time since and knows of girls during their school lite. This insti- Greenwell & Son's on short notice, and new whereof he speaks. Ship Stuff, Bran. Shelled Oats, and Corn tution became, before I left it, the largest work warranted. Flour Mr. Rusty Cuss, of Scrabble, Shelby always anof hand. bought oxohangud for wheat. always matters and most successful Seminary for young Mistakes and errors are grain and sold. All kinds of sorrowful regret to one of our nature. women owned and managed by one person, county, has paid for 500 feet ot lumber by And particulaly so when anyone is disap- in our country, I sat down to dinner every wheeling sawdust. pointed or inconvenienced by anything we day with a family of two hundred persons. Wo saw in the paper where Friend had may say or do. This, we trust, will bj a The remarkable results of this muscje trainAT of Harp had sufficient apology to the young gentleman ing among girls, were given in my paper said, since the new since failed to find a certain published in the North American Review of been established, Joshua was lelt out in who some time the cold. Friend, she is in full bloom. young lady at her home, as announced in December, 1882. A mistake; the item was our own. The .lAH. "Besides, 1 established the Normal Insti SHAW. She is at home now, and it is this column. tute for Physical Training in Boston, and office was left out the first week, but the mo mistake this time. Come right along. Mnule Loadlna Nipper. for ten years was its President and Manager. mails go there now regularly, we are inGuns from BS.OO formed. Ed. 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