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Wam mmmmmmm J SNm mmmmmmiMummmzI' rut - yr: J, i.iwanrr J yrrTriiiMfTffriJTTi-vir--.. 'F"T. , .inmiuniin. mmf0mmgm in l a '! The Frankfort Roundabout. f0A0 i. f TO?, Publisher. " DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR '.! 1 V ; m Volume VI. KENTUCKY .BITER PACKET Mjfl FRANKFORT KY., JUNE 30, 188 Number 41. 1 '. . j 1. v 'V ' , It " Mr. John T. Buckley is the njrent in this Now brush up, boys, and nut on vour best city for the halt of Fisher, Leaf fc Co.'a iron looks; Miss Georgie is bnck from school, and mantels, and he is selling them at Louis- don't let that Scott county fellow have it all his own way. ville prices. Mfca Annie Forseclefl Thursday for a The most nnliihlc social event of the sec. prolong visit to her friend, Mis Sue Wnrreti, son wns the elegant entertainment given by l'orl8 of Elkhorti. Ah me! it will be terrible STEAMER Mispea Anne and Emily Thomas, on Thurs- lonely to a fellow acros the creek. Z--3OIiT3D Much to the regret of his many friends, day evening. A large number of invited -Dguesta were present, the house was beauti- Dr. G. W. Stiter hns removed to'Elmville, where he will in future reside. Dr. N. P. Will rceelvo nnd forwnrd freights to Louisville, fully decorated with flowers, and a splendid Stafford now occupies his residence. Madison, and nil points on repast was spread. The mucic wns furnish Diamonds Setting Made to Mny Last week KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS ed bv Wolf it Trout's Band, from Lexington. Bacon's school, toterminated of Miss teacher Loth the delight S. and scholars. Little Belle Hampton nnd Sam and to all points North, Enstnnd West. Dr. John Walker died nt the residence of Carr were the fortunate ones lor the prize. Mr. Lewis Mangan, in this BILLS OF LADING his WILLGIVETHROUGH RATES The Rev John Cannon, of .Stamping Gold Steele Spectacles. city Monday morning about 9 o'clock, in Ground, delivered a mo-- t excellent sermon Will loavo Frankfort for Louisville every the 78th year of his age. The deceased wus on Sunday last to quite a large conTuesday and Friday morning at 0 o'clock, and returning lenvo T.imlsvlllo fur Frankfort bom in Yorkshire, Enirlnnd, and camo to gregation at old Bethel. We aie glad Bro. every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon nt 4 this country in 1S2G. He lived for a time Cannon hns awnkened that church from its o'clock. lethargy. There will be meeting theie every in Baltimore, Washington City, and several 3d Saturday and For rates nnd Information apply to Sunday in each mouth. points in Ohio until 1852, when he came to LEW. CHURCH, Agent. We agree with Nipper in regard to the this city and opened a pottery, and has Bloomington bos being domestic. Several of Frankfort, Ky. ever since been a highly respected citizen of them over this way and they make this place. He had for manv years been a themselves quite useful iti the kitchen. Per AMI consistent member of the Methodist Church, Imps there is policy in that, as they want to Matter. mar 3 tf. know how the girls 'ling pots and kettle-- . and gently parsed away to join the aged You know ihe way to a mans heart is down CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, partner ol his jovs and sorrow who pre- his throat. ceded him only a few years since, and reap Mrs. Ida Goodwin and brother, Horace the reward of a well spent life. SullUan, left Wednesday for their home in MNsotui. Their viMt of two months will Doatb of Mrs. Rodman. be long remembered in a bright vista in Ono Lot, Corner Second nnd the pa- -t that time can never efface. The Logan si reels, 100 by 120 feet. Mrs. Pntsey Kodntnn, the venerable young Colonel's bright jollv face looked and there was a queer tremor in One Lot, Fronting River, between mother of Col. Thos. Hodman, Gen. John AND 125 Rodman, nnd Mr. Jos. L. Hodman, of this his voice when ho spoke of the girl he Logan and Murray Streets, would leave behind him. city, and Dr. James Kodmnu, of Hopkiiif-villby 165 ieefc to low water mark. A. C. II. breathed her last on Sunday morning G. DUDLEY & BRO. nt U o'clock, at the residence ol (Sen. Rod Editor Roundabout: 20-- 3 1. May man, altera long nnd useful lite, in the SGth The question of taxing the City of Frankyear of her age. She was born in Virginia, fort and Forks of Elkhorn districts fiftv but spent her early life in Shelby and Henry thousand dollars for the benefit of the Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris Railroad, counties, in this State, and removed to this is one ot considerable importance. I there DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY city in 18f)2, where she has since resided. fore request the use of your columns, for the She was a prominent member of the Metlm put pose of giving my reasons 'or opposing odist Church, an earnest Christian, and has it. In the first place, I do nof believe the gone to meet the reward of those who are people of Frankfort nrc in a condition to faithful unto the end. Her funeral took line their tuxes increased at the present i place on Monday afternoon, nt four o'clock, time. The city tax is now, I believe, one I oordi'ally invite you to call and examine my from the residence of Gen. Rodman, and dollar and fifty cents on the hundred dollars Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. north of property, and the State and county, Work-shop- s No. 8 North Upper Street. and Sales-roowas very largely attended. taxes are S7i cents, making two dollnrV - : nnd a half cents on the hundred MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY One of our prominent business men went thirty-sevedollars. I think this is enough, in the Sep3tf. to the County Clerk's office, the first of the present hard times, without burdening us CROMWELL, . week, with a young man to procure a mar with any more. In the next place, if we have any surplus riage license. Neither the Clerk nor his Attorney-at-LawHe havo greatly reduced tho prlco of our Deputy happened to be in, and the gentle money 1o pive away, think we had better donate it to the building of turnpike roads, AND man seeing the book of licences lying on the which are badly needed in many localities flour. As evidence rend the following; down and began filling one out to in this county. In many places the county CAPITAL PATENT . ..$3.75 per hundred. table, sat " save time Just about the time he was toads are almost impassable, especially in FBANKFOET BELLE- 3.00 Will practice In tho courts of Franklin and th " tne winter tune, ana tne citizens ot our XXX 2.75 through the Deputy Clerk came in and our adjoining counties, nnd will also gtvo special: IN BULK AND PAPERS, count v find it even sometimes diilicult to Low grades In proportion. attcution to the purchase nnd salo ol real estate friend said, " Here it is, now, all ready except net to Frankfort on horseback, nnd impossiA liberal discount to collection of rent?, claims, nnd tho uegotintiot your signature, and all you've got to do is ble to do so with a wagon, Filty thousand juno2-2- t. MAUTI.V BROTHERS. of loans. Office opposite Court House. GUARANTEED to sign it and get your money." The Clerk dollars would build a considerable quantity Juno looked at the book and replied, '"It is all of turnpike roads, which are iudipensible, ALSO while this railroad wectu do without. right, Colonel, only you have filled out a In the next place we have no assurance S! license for colored people, and have put the that the people, of Frankfort would be suffiThe ono story brick warehouse- nnd lot on bride's name in as the bomNmun of the ciently benefitted by this proposed railroad JUST RECEIVED BY situated, belonging to groom." The Colonel concluded he knew to burden themselves with thi heavy tax. which tho s.imo inWoat side of Lewis street, M. E. Cochran, on tho ad railthe same joining W. II. (tray's rotidence, in Frankfurt. more about selling dresses to biides thnu Tho rates are aboutand it is on every quite possible road in Kentucky, For terms apply to fixing up licenses for gioom. and will not this proposed road would fall into line and D. W. LIXDSEY. be in so great ti hurry next time. enter the combination and charge equally April 2S, lSS:i Ira. ns much ns nny ot them. We have nlreadv Advertised Letters. one railroad and the river, and it is not very SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. piobable that the building of this new road Piunkiokj', Ky., June 30, 18S3. would cause the rates todeciense. ST. CLAIR STREET, (! In the next place, if this is a paying road Griffin, Maurice Bissell.G F BHL&3bUsnciPSns9sillHBHMSBsiiiii the company which has it in charge can Blown, Mr Counj.ton, , funics very well afford to build it, without taxing USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Dorsev, .lames Delhi, .1 oh it THE the people to do it. The company will GiiHon, Marv at the Kentucky Institution for Dean, Sallie L MAIN and BE0ADWAI EEBSSfi H R RmWSBBBiQI reap the benefits of any dividend- or profits ttio Education and Twining of Feeble Minded Xorris, Lend May Haley, Telhv Children will hereafter tako plnco every Friday Hays, Nora which may be declined, and, therefore, Leuaid, Jennie Keeps constantly on hand boils, ufternoon Irom 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Insti- Mack, Tho should furnish the means to build it. Moore, Tho F is opon for visitors at nny tiiuo when most clothes, doeskins, ana newtution The corporations that are taxed seldom Moberlv, Lucy Monday, Elviney convenient for them to attend. profit by this kind of an investment, and, Petts, M A Pepper, Win sr. sbbbH&bt est stylos of faney Frencl JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superlntedent. scuhial fyJlJrfjWSfl Appetite therefore, can not afford to invest in it as a Hicliardson, J D Parker, Billie cassltuerus. Ho is prepared Oct. business speculation. Riddle, Mariah Reynard, Laura isAsHkiJl1.1m Nil 1TRAS to make them up on ebon In the next place, if the company intend Read, Geo Robersou, Mary to build this road they will be as apt to do Scarner, James notieo, nnd give perfect fitStone, Margy Fins -- R.R SELLERS & CO. it without this fifty thousand dollars us with Stephenson, Milton Sheets, Mnlveun PROPRIETORS. ting garments, stylish uul PITTSBURGH. PA it. If they cannot atrord to build the road Rice, Susanna Tiepin, Andrew . '.My June comfortable. without the aid of fifty thousand dollars to Wi'eon, Lizzie be rained by taxation, it seems to me a bad Say advertised when calling for tho above investment that is doubtful, to say the least J. G. IIatciiitt, P. M. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., letters. of it. It it is a good paying investment the company can very well afford to build it DEALER IX Peak'sMiil. NEW BRICK COTTAGES, located wjthout'any assistance of cities or magisterial districts. To argue otherwise would X on Broadway, between Washington and Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Streot, FrankHarvest is hero and hands are scarce. indicate that the road would not pay indi- Wilkinson sticcts. For terms apply to tho watoh ropairing business fort, Ky., continuci L. A. THOMAS. The most at the old itand. By promptness and careful Rounpaiioi'T.welcome visitor we have is the vidual stockholders Will sell attbe very lowest figure? work be bopei to .merit the patronage of those The people ol Frankfort and Franklin May I2.tf. who deslro to havo their watches ropalred withBorn. On the 15th, to James Haines county may well take warning by other out damage being done them. Surveyors' ni.d wife, a daughter. cities and counties which are now hurthened repaired and other instruments requiring Mrs. Elizabeth Poindexter, of Frankfort, with enormous railroad taxes, spent to build acourato adjustment. delicate and C, which have been D. D. S entirely the venerable mother of W. D. Poindexter, railroads absorbed by individual stockholders, anil is now here visiting her son. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Mr. and Mrs. Robert Church, Mrs. which will hapg over them lor many a year Office pleasure In expressing my entire confidenoo in M. Rucker and Mrs ICY., E. C. Bhooii wees the to come. Lei us he cautious about this Mr. S. Ayre. and from my long acquaintance proposed tax, The magistrates especially, (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) him as a workman, do not hesitate to com- guests of Mrs. Mollie Church Wednesday. xvrith ON ST. CLAIR STREET. who are the guardians of tho people, ought mend him us every way capable of meeting the Can be found at his office from 8J a. ni. to t, G. W. Hardin has been with us again. We fo he careful to ponder this matter well mid expectation of my former patrons. m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to enjoy his visits though brief. He tells us he not net hastily, B. F. MEEK. Office Hours 7 to 8 A. M.. 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to cntiro satisfaction of those who may ohosp has found her at last, so look out this fall, 8 P.M. Tax Paybr, Sept. 30-patronlio him. July IS.l,. u M& ASSORTMENT OF THE FANNIE FREESE hZDm - Oik son-in-la- Solid and :U- - INSTRUCTIONS Or S. V. Fence, How to Test Your Eyes Order Sent FUSE. vflfc , V! SOUTH FRANKFORT. ter-libl- e MO KOGRAMS ALL KINDS OF T $ IS e, J. JEWELRY -- 1 .M W. S. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, MADE TO ORDER OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXiisraToisr, WM. ky. Si m n LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED FEESH. CHEAP FLOUR. - , 1 I j Sloal Estate Agent, 23-ly. ; T l , " FOR SALE OR RENT. VICK'S FLOWER SEED, .ft fa 5 AT vl JOE LqOOMPTE'S V. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, BETWEEN , NOTICE. KiaMsiMWHRsLYl sknw!'wMrSidii0WMx ,' , ti t'Tfl - irtinrrw2 r 'it .j" 7-- tf. Whs, Ebfe&piifcfciL n,,mi.l a feb3-l)u- SAMUEL AYEBS, WATOH MAKER, rp0 For Sale. JAMES W. J. CHIWN, ."'' m - ALL EINDS OF COAL J. ,i ? ' iA j ' coin-pasf- es DR. ELY, FOE CA.SBP BUSH. FRANKFORT, ( in Catholic Building, : tf in V '") ' a ..Vy! KW r - ETTT-p!M i -- pp....--r ftp- - ir I ,'( .' JWTfr.- -"?&! Beginning Monday, July AND CONTINUING r-- - '.'..". j H 'jw imwtim. jwjiiiik i ROUNDABOUT. post-offic- FRANKFORT i i 'oroil attho e at Frankfurt, Kontuoky as second cl.ieg mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Rp 4 S3 editor ,33.(3. Xia.Toli3a.er. JUNE SO, 1833. game of base ball took place in this city Wednesday afternoon between the Buckeyes, of this city, and the Stare, of Versailles, which resulted in a score of 12 to 3 in favor of the former. The game was called on the si.sth inning on account ol rain. A iV: a ii" &" MP ' & B fetfc X K ST t y -- v V . k. 1 IA- - Y taj 1 . ..' Se JuT ? i ' .1 W" Mr The Passenger Depattmeiit of the Louisville Nashville Ktiihond has sent us a large roloied pictme ol the Southern exPlense bear in ivtinil thnt the blue pencil position building, nt Louisville, and iiImi a mnrk X on your paper indientos that the hanger advising summer tourists to "lake time for which von have pniti hns expired it in" on their way to the North and East. nnd you are requeued to call around and A "Guide to Summer Resorts" can be had wetile. by addressing C. P. Atmokr, Louisville, Ivy. Co. for dry Go to Messrs. Mr. F. N. Wolfe, sawyer at the mill Of building material Messis. Wakefield & West, was caught There is a case of varioloid in Shelby ville. Thursday morning between a log on the carriage in the mill, pressed against some Now's the time to plant your turnip of the other machinery, nnd dangerously injured. He was badly bruised up internally, seed. the Summer and Spring goods arc placed on forced sale at and tears arc entertained that his injuries It begins to look like we are to have Hllcll will result ftttallv. another rainey season ns in 18.). o- Mr. John Will. Johnson nnd Miss Sallie You will not have to stamp jour bank Abbott were married at the Baptist Church as the law e.spiies. checks after Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, in the At Old Crow, on the 24th tout., to Mr Wlllinm bej.Mii laying stone Thurspresence of a large concourse of friends, by Grnlmui and wife, a daughter Julia Smith. The contractors Immediately after day on the foundation of the New Opera Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis J3IK13. tlie ceremony the bridal 'party repaired to House. At. H t lintnn tn Rnnifnmnn nmifitv. THlnnls. im wn the depot and took tlie 10.20 o'clock train for Thursduy, Juno 2 nt, of consumption. Mr Jons Mr. H. H. Levy, of the Arcade, trip to Cincinnati, and will return to the J. Paiikinsuk, oiiof Dr. A. A. I'atttson, Thursday to Mis a married in Oen-borJ lie bndal 1'ity rnesents were formerly of thic county, We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel city. "llegiveth Ills beloved sleep." Hettie B. LeJeune of that numerous nnd veiy handsome. The Roundpeople to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that z The corner stone of the new couit house .i:oi;t extends congratulations. fact. We have placed upon our counters of in Lexington will be laid on the Fourth The little steamer Fannie Freese has July by the Masonic Order. House and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay, on Broadcome to stav, and is carrying freight ns low t way Also the John Field- - as the railroad or any other boat in the lot on strett, opposite railroad depot. B. Muck-li- n Two rival colored porteis, High street occupied by Mr. 0. little fit tiade. Our meichnnts should stand by her, as a coal offlco and yard. For terms apply nd Jesse "Warren, indulged in a A. T. TOD1 Capital Hot,el Wednes-mornin- for ns soon as she made hei appeaiance in to Mr. (Jay or to in front of the Juno the tiver the pool between the railroad and No blood. the Mail Line was broken, and rates went Articles of Incorporation of Frank- that will be sold at half their regular prices. fort Chapter, No. 3, of Royal lion. I. N. Cnnlwell, Miss Jennie ioim down in a htiiry, and will stav down as We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half Arch Masons. has purehnsed a haiuomc long ns she - in the trade. Mr. J. E. to its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sulcessful season all goods far in Winchester, and will remove Jvirtley is now the agent for her, and makes Am. 1. Be it known to all whom it may confew days. his headquarters at Messis. Whitesides A: cern, that wo, Frank C. Hughe?, Jos. It. below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next that place from Irvine in a Stafford, James A. Murray, V. A. Kaltenhrun, begin McEwan's, wheie he can be called by tele- Gustav. Shaefer, Geo. A. Lewis, E. White-side- season. (in Monday two daily stages vvill will give any information in W. T. Reading and W. II. Phythlnn, do Lawrence-!,ur"- . phone, and limning between this city and hereby ussneiato ourselves together and become city at S a. legard to freight or passage that may be incorporated, under tho corporate natno of Thev will airive in this desited. Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Royal Arch Maand 2 p.'m., and leave at 11 a. in. and in. sons, in pursuance of, and by virtue of tho proThe sale of the gas wotks has proved a visions of chapter 50 of tho General Statutes of 0 p m. benefit to the citv, and there is every reason Kentucky. Tho principal placo of transacting tho It is said that one of our Bald Knob to believe that the sale of the water works city business of said corporation shall bo in tho oi Franfort, Kentucky. has sold out to two piospective would be a much nmgistiatei Art. 2, S.iid corporators and their associates gieater one. They are in and successors shall so continue and huvepcr-pctun- l for County Judae, ami now t. bad condition, and the city, bavins already make matters even by u&in:: his gone in debt over forty thousand dollars to capable succession, and by said nametoare made to in law, us natural persons, sue and be sued, plead nnd bo impleaded, contract ii Huence for otic and voting for the other. improve them and failed, is in no condition and bo contracted with, answer and bo answered Mr. Jerome Wcitzel has removed all the to expend more money upon them. It in all courts of law and equity in this Comraon-waclt- h MANG-AN- , ; to make, have and uso a common seal, ild lubhioned call bells from the otlice of could be made a paying investment to some and tho saino to break, alter, or amend at pleasfor the Capital Hotel and has had the latest enterprising capitalists as well as a great ure. They may make and orduin their government, in forco in iiasTortlieast pioved electric bell- - put in, hich add, benefit to the city. There is no place in said Chapter to alterand those now proper, and CUavtcB. ScaLtaare. when deemed to tlie appeatance oi hunks the State that has belter natural facilities may change and renew the samo at pleasure; erv mateii: for secuiing a gooil viater supply than this proiithd, thoy ho not in contravention of tho Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Rev. II. Ii. Kuvauangh, of Owen county, city and none have a woise one. Sell out Constitution or laws of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Grand Chapter of tho on short notice. or the Peniten-lian- , Orders by telephone promptly attended to. tins been elicted Chaplain the works to responsible parties and our United States, nor in contravontion of n Sinking by the Commissioners of the laws of tho United States or ot and citizens would not have to pav lent for that Jan. Tho said this Fund, to fill the vacancy occabioncd by the which they do not leceive moie than eight powerState. authority to corporation shell und acquire nnd hold real resignation of Rev. J B. Thaip last Match. or nine month in thev ear. and pcrsmnl estit, not exceeding twenty-tir- o thousand dollars in value, and from time to 'of Bald For the first time in the history One of our be- citizens would ay to the time, it deemed expedient, sell and convey tho same, or any Knob that piectnct h now represented in public that he has tried Hall's (.'atari h Cine, dispose ot thopart thereof, and to reinvest and proceeds. Art. 3. The business affairs of said corporathe County Court by two magistiates who and it is nil that is claimed tor it. Price lo per bottle. tion bhall bo invested in tho persons who shall, are temperance men. Now who says tlie cents irotn time, to timo All tho positions of High and there - not hope woild dois Priest, Seorct.iry nnd Tieasurer, subject to the Personal. will of a miij'rity of said corporation expressed for this county vet. MM fet m UKflf Eft. Mrs. Breathitt, who has been very ill, is at a regular stated mocting. In witnass whereof tho undcrslgnod corporaMm have improving slowly. Some much needed improvements tors have hereunto signed their names this 10th been put upon rome of the flag Miss Lizzie Jctt, of Richmond, is visiting duy of June, 188U. V. A. KALTENBltUN, If the Council will relatives in this city. in South Frankfort. F. C. HUGHES, JOS. II. STAFFORD, Mis- now requite others, to l" taken up and Lewis, of Lexington, is visiA. MURRAY, the whole of the Fiist Waul will ii,e ting Mrs. B. C. Milam. GUSTAV. SHAEFER, GEO. A. LEWIS, Mib. Carleton lelt Wednesday afternoon up and call them E. WHITESIDES, ' for a v to Cloverport. W. T. READING, Having tried a sample of the Hope Mills Mr. Harry M. Buckley, of the Anderson W. II. PHYTHIAN. '' by Mcsst. Hoggins A: Baidr, tlour, sold News, was in the city Thim-day- . can safely rtcomniend it asa first clao- article. Mi-- s bread than ii made visiting Tera Blackburn, of Versailles, is No whiter or lighter at the Executive Mansion. ftomUcan be had auv where. Give it a J. KIRKPATRICK & CO. WILL Mr. A G. Morris and wife, of Indianapofor hricklaying.jfuinishing material, trial and vou will be oertnin to like it. lis, are visiting relative.-- in this city. iVc. Job woik a specialty. All work Miss Susie Crockett left Tue-da- v mornto give satisfaction. Messrs. I. A; M. Williams contractors, concluding a new ing foi a visit to fiiendu in Vers.iilb.s. June busily engaged in tire Mis. II. T. Sharp, of Alexandria, toad way around the lot rurclmsed by the building Virginia, is the gite-- t of Mis. K. C. Beiry. (Jovet ninent for the new public Mi. George K. Diane, of Buruside, down to the city whatf. A substantial MANUFACTURED 1Y countv, is visiting his father in this retaining and guard wall will be built nnd citv. the road guided at once. Si Go, Mrs. Dr. E. A. Grant and duutrhter. E, T. Vhi&Ib, fy. in" this cele- MU Bettic, are visiting reluiive-, colored, Knight- - of Ftieiub-hipThe FOR SALE BY city and county. of their organizabrated thtMumivet-ar- y Mr. Ilowitd Jett, of Versailles, came tion Tuesday by ji street parade in the down to attend wedding and a festival attheCotut House Tuesday morning. Alain Street, opposite J. L. & W, H. Wajjgencr, Band, from itt night. Bailey's Brass AGKNT 10K THK Miis Bonnie Gault hns returned from a visit Frankfort, Ky. mi. lutnisjieo tnc musiu. of several weeks to relatives in rayettu and IIumhiirg'AiuorJcaii Mail Line o Marns.ou counties. JONES BK0S., Proprietors. Mr. Will. Skain, of Lexington, and Miss Judge Tho. F. Hargis and family Jennie Italy, daughter of Mr. John Hnly, been visiting .Judge W. S. Pryor, ne'.u have Mai .itacturcrsof all hinds of New Work tor New ALLEN RDYAL MAIL uero man fed at the Catholic Church, in Castle, this week. STUMP COS, tlilr, city, Wednesday afleruoon at 5 o'clock, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Miss Maggie Wooldridge, of Tickets to and fro in Kurupu at lowest rntcp. by Rev. Father Young. They took the attended the J ohnson Abbott wedding in ALSO Df.ALER IN .vV) train for their futuie home in Lexing- this city Tueaday. STEAM GAUGES, HE IN THE MARKET FOR ton. Miss Ida Ciockett returned Monday from new ciop orvvhe.it nl the highest BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. and a visit of several weeks to Mrs. B. . Far- pi ice. Don't sell until you sec him. He Catarrh is the seed of Consumption, dis- mer, in Lavvreticehurg, buys for the Southern trade; has always paid CSTCein tracts for Now Work in nt.y jitnt GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. unleis taken in time is a very dangerous Mr, Cuttle Jackson, who has been attend- better pi ices than nny buyer in the market. fails to ease. Hall's Catarrh Cmo never Will receive main nt nnv nnint nn im u ... Oreiorc loft at Urovcry Ofllcc will be promptly of the State. h ing school in New Hampshiic the past ten or Railroad, cute. Price 70 cents. Sold by attended to. months, is at home again. One door west of comer Ann and Broadway tercets juno LtCompte. March FRANKFORT. Morri-Stain- es Miss Loulie Cromwell, who hns been visiting friends- in Bullitt county, returned home Saturday nfternoon. Miss MuugicClav, of Paris, enmc down Thursday afternoon to attend the paity given by the Mises Thomns. Mr. E. Whitesides has been attending the meeting 'of the National Association ol UiidertaheiH at Cincinnati this week. Mr. Jas. W. Hodge.s, of Mineoln. Texas, who iias been relatives in this county lorsneral weeks, left for home 'i'tiesdny. Mr. It. W. Benson and wile, nte Miss Dom Huffman, of Louisville, spent seveinl days the tirst of the week with the family of Mr. George Huflmau. Mr. Jns. M. Btifprd, wife nnd son, of Rock Island, Illinois, who have been visiting relatives in this city, left Tuesday morning for Covington. Miss Mamie Sappinjrton, who hns been visiting Miss Mary Ely for several weeks, led fur her home in Madison, Indiana, Wednesday morning. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat, of New Albany, Indiana, and daughter, Mrs. Biiukley, ol Louisville, are visiting the tnmilv of Dr. U. V. Williams, South Side. - 2! i During the Rest of the Season AT THE ONE PRICE ARCADE! to-da- y, OKN WI Than Ever Known Before. A 1 - in-la- to-da- v. - FOR SALE. ' '1 . lls-- IM-t- f. 2,000 REMNANTS I lm-bau- d, s, HAHHIS 8c HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. pro-,H-- eh Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Ccrzier, Capital by-la- - Street, thcCon-stitutio- 6-i- y -t TT TTTTTQf T 4 HITS I H H la Li STRAW HATS, FELT HATS; DERBY HATS. notoe ww hide-wal- ks re-lai- d JS. ble.-se- d. Bricklaying. iG-ii- ! A CON-.tra- war-lante- il STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, HOPE MILLS fLOTJB, Tu-la-- ki i ky ALL DUHL AP'S LATEST STYLES J. O. MEN LI BOYS' Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats theJohiit-uii-Abhni- l Hoggins & Baird, EDWARD M. DRAKE, MILLER'S AGENT, FRANKFOKT MACHINE WORKS, Ver-aille- f FKANKFOBT KT., WILL GAEET D3ALEB, MINERAL WATEES, o1la.miaghnh: cijjkii. f. Jo-.ep- 10-2- North Side, rrankfort, Ky. April 6.t, ;i .. 't f rJf .. ' cW ., y&s$.,m&A ii. 14 A .i r . X MkMM-b- k fcV s i ... TA.A WWH5 - &r siii - f MriiltrATMT Wi Jrr lgrrrP OTTT JrWWff tr! w .,'"; f PKANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, JUNE"1:)!), 1883. Lost. A lie rewarded if left The best and largest assortment of clocks coral brentpin. The finder will at Branch Bunk of Ky at Phillip Selhert's. Foit Runt. t Two front rooms. Apply to Three nejrroes, Biispected of being concerned in nnmeron robberies of stories which C Shubiuski. IN CITY AND COUNTY LAHEEST GIHCULATION have been committed in Lawienceburg Call and ee the samples of iron mantles recently, were arrested in this city by Officer at Buckley's before purchasing elsewhere, No, J. M. Stephens Wednesday. TO TRAVELERS. 439 Main St., Over Criitclicr & Storks' White Hail Clothing House A large lot of drv scautlin and joints, nil Commencing Monday, October tfi, the following George Noel, who has alieady served sizes nnd lengths, for sale by lime tabic will be In effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for three terms in the Penitentiary, was Co. nt Frankfort prices. this point. sentenced for a fourth term in the CirTRUN8 NORTH. He goes for two The Perfection Boot Cleaner is cheaper Arrive at cuit Court Wednesday. Leave Leave Leim;ton. years this time for breaking into the resi- nnd better than a door mat. For Bale by Franl.fort. Lotihvillc. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY 11:37 a. M. No. t8 . . . io'a7 A. M. 7:00 a. M. 11:05 p. m. dence ol Mr. Henry Hcarn, in this county No. so. . . Whitesides A; McEwnii 7:20 i m. 9:5 p. m. m. . 5:48 No. a'. . . 7:0s r. M. 2:35 p. m. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions, Why will the people of M. arr. at rrankfort8:3op. m. last spring. No. 34. . . 5:S No mud or dirt tracked into the house if TRAtNS SOUTH. The following otlicers were elected by the Perfection Boot Cleaner is used. For Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Arrive at L ave Leave Louisville. Lexington. Frankfort. Capital Lodge, No. 0, I. 0. 0. F Monday sale by Whitesides k McEwan. 10:55 A. M. No. 17 . . . 8:15 A. M. 7:00 a. m. home. No. 33 leave Frankfort 6:00 a. M.arr. 1,011.9:10 a. m. night for the ensuing six months: Oct. 25-- tf. 6:40 P. M. No. 19 . . . 4:10 P. m. 3:00 p. M. Easiest to Cm:an Nothing to do but to Albert Chilson, Noble Grand. No. 2t . . . 5:15 P. M. ItIO P. M. 3:27 P. M. remove the dasher and scald out the bucket Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, arB B. Galeley, Vice Grand. riving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 33 makes conof the Victor Churn. Btteklcv sells it. nection for Cincinna i, arriving there at 12:15, p. m. W.S. Dehoney, .Secretary. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving E. Whitesides, Treasurer. there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, Lioiit Woukino. A child six or seven P' ""' B. F. Firestone, Host. P. BRYAN, Agent. E. years old can do the churning with ease if you use a Victor. For sale by J. T. Buck The Assessor's book tor this county for Fine spring lamb at Fincel's tins morn ley. the present year has been returned to the I TAKE this method of informing the p. lblic that from this day I mg. Auditor and gives the value of property Cabinet organ, hi good order, will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1, aking no exceptions or ForSalk, . deviations. My stook of good as new. Address Mrs. Eliza Hawkins Rev. Dr. Rutherford, of Paris, will preach listed for taxation as follows 3,402,550 Peak's Mill. Belonging to whiles at the Presbyterian Church 153. ISO Belonging to colored morning and evening. TIN-WAR- E, Nice, fresh, juicy beef at Fincel's. 5,015,740 Total valuation Col. R. W. Scott shipped, on Tuesday Fob. Rent Two new cottages with four The increase in valuation over last year is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. morning, four one year old Angora goats to rooms eacli, good cellar, and splendid water. is $280,541 Mr. J. B. Norris, Graham, Texas. Apply to John Cochran .t Co. "i The Fifth Annual Camp Meeting at High Three poles of the Lawrcncehurg telephone Fob Rest. Frame cottage, newly paintBridge, on the Cincinnati Southern Railroadi line, near Farmdale, were struck by lightThanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Has garden and will begin on the 19lli of July, and continue ed, papered, and repaired. ning Sunday morning, and knocked into stable attached, apply to Joe. LeComple. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. until the 27th. Elegant improvementsjhnve kiiuHing'Wood. Very respectfully, been put up upon the grounds, and special Finest stock of gold and silver watches, Mr. John W. Rupe was tried a second trains will be run by the Cincinnati Southern jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated time Monday morning, on a writ of viquiren-d- Railroad, so that all who desire can attend. ware ever exhibited in the city before at de lunatico, before Judge Thomson, when and be certain of good and cheap entertainPhilip Selbert's. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. the jury adjudged him to be iniatie. He ment while there. The firt day will be The dial of the meteor clock shines at was taken to Anchorage Wednesday morn- Sabbath School day. nnd schools of every nijjlit so that the time can be seen in the ing. denomination are invited to attend. darkest night without the aid of an artificial Mr. George W. Hume, a brakeman emRepublican Convention. light. For sale by Selbert. ployed by the L. & N. Railroad at their At a meeting of the Republican County I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of yard in this city, while coupling cars at the The Perfection Boot Cleaner combines Committee, held in the city of Frankfort, Monday morning, hnd his left hand depot both door mat and foot scraper. One moveon Monday, June 4th, it was ordered that caught between two drnwheads, and so badly . , ment of the foot over the scraper and the Republicans of Franklin county be reTO THE WAREHOUSE OX THE mashed that the forefinger had to be ambetween the brushes cleans the mud and quested to meet in mass Convention at the putated. dirt from the sides and of the boot. Court House in '.he city of Frankfort on For sale by Whitesides ic McEwan. Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at Mr. G. Williamson, of the L. & N. R. R Monday, July 2d, 1883, at 2 o'clock, p. in., savs his wile has been almost entirely re for the purpose of nominating candidates Announcement. lieved by taking five bottles of Brown's for the offices of Representative and Sheriff Iron Bitters. FOR REPHESCNTATIVE. New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in of Franklin county. former prices. going By order of the Committee, Mr. Vol. Foote's little daughter, in Wo are authorized to announce A. G, DRAW-NEJ. C. JACKSON, down stairs Monday night, tripped nnd fell, as a cinlidato for Representative of Chairman. striking her upper lip upon a nail and cutFrunlclin county, subject to tho will of the people) at tho August election, 1SS3. Geo. A. Lewis, Secy. ting it wide open diagonally across from the In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. left nostril down. Dr. E. E. Hume dressed The customers of Mr. Shubinski will JSEW the wound in so skillful a manner that it is May please bear in mind that he is observing his hoped no scar will remain. . nnd will be open Sabbath . Arrangements have been made by which Anyone wishing a good smoke will please Having recently added to his Establishment the excursion party, which goes down the drop in nnd see him. First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, river on the Fourth ol July, will take the There is no iron or brass to touch the City of Frankfort, which will omit its regu- cream in the Victor Churn. Buckley has Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of lar trip down on that day. If you have t.ot (hem, already secured passage don't delay any Company ship dry longer, as only a certain number will be The Morris-StainALSO building lumber to Lexington at Frankfort allowed to go. V prices, fteiht added. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Major Moss, a young colored man, shot BBHHI HfeH 1BHCB KSESBB PV323V jQmpr -Gotten out in tho Boat Style. himself in the left leg Monday morning, the City and country merchants will do well May 15 tf. ball severing the femoral artery. Dr. h. F. to call on Mr. Shubinski, as he is prepared Smith dressed the wound, and he is doing to give bargains incigars. well, although he lost considerable blood Call nt Burckhardt's and get choice beef. before the artery could be taken up and tied. Major shot himself with It is thought that Nice spring lamb at Burckhardt's every huicidal intent. Has just rocei vod his spring and summer stock of morning. Morri-i-Staines CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERN', Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. a- - -- i 1 r- - FOR CASH ONLY. '$ r. STOYES, GRATES, &C. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. l o o JOHN T. BUCKLEY, AFTER THE FIRE! m FURNITURE, SIDE OF MAS2T &C SOT7TK STREET, Greatly ".Reduced Prices. R TT 20-i- n d. e r t a- 3s: i xi g R. ROGERS. -- VJ PLANING MILL. -- to-da- J.M. WAKEFIELD R. K. McCLURE eaTSS) & BRO.. ' 1 Sl es Are making greater efforts than ever,' . ! v . ITTTTC! En.ZLsTOrZ 1 W. T. RUffYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at il 1 Last week the grand jury found forty indictments against James Dean, who keeps a little grocery just outside the city limits, on the Lewis Ferry 'pike, for selling liquor to minors. It is said one hundred could have been found ns easily, but the Commonwealth's Attorney told the jury that was enough. He was arrested on a bench wanant, nnd is now in jail, but bets are pfl'ered, with no takers, that he will not be fined under a single one of them. Rather a sad commentary upon the manner in which the laws arc enforced in this county, Tliere 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 Luminous clocks. LUfv mw JhsA I i nSbfkdi CA1 Ifyou want to catch an early train, you will not be left if you haven meteor luminous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken uni, and then its dial shines so that you can sec the time in the darkest room. Solicit has them for sale. s Lumber Company, of The this city, are overrun with orders, and will soon have to begin miming night and day. Morris-Staine- DRY GO 90S. NOTIONS. Oall and see him THEIR STOOK OF lAL "9 m &C. old at Swigert's stand St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. AK iv'1 t . JB Ml is simply immense. Their variety is ,L1 Kukluxing. COAL! COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. made his arms fast, and took him out and '83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 unmercifully. The cause is w nipped him Smoked hams of nil kinds at Fincel's. said to be that he will not live with his wife. Cull at Burckhardt's and get your nice He found proof sufficient against several of AND THE LOUISVILI.i: the party, came to town Tuesday, procured spring lamb. warrants against them. John Dlaukeuship WEEKLY COURIER-JOUMA- L Burckhnrdt has nice fresh spring lamb for was arrested, but the balance are still hidsale every day. One year for only $2 00, Two papers for ing. . little more than tho prico of 0110. A desirable building lot in Sai.i:. Fob "V All diseases resulting from as South Frnnkfort. this oflice. Apply at lly paying lib $2 00 you will receive for one year nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression your home paper with the Courier-.rourmi- l. and functional derangements of of spirits, The meteor clock with tho luminous dial the representative ncttipapcr of the South, ami the best, luilitest and ablest family Wttulilv the nervous system, cured by German United Status samFor eale by s tho latest thing out. For sale by P. Sel ple cony of the Those who desire to eaminu ado so See advertisement. Oourlor-- I ournul can bert. at tins office. Joo LeComple, Mr. C. W. Fined now has on hand On Monday night a party of men went to splendid young beef cattle, which twenty-sithe house of Ambrose McDaniel, who lives he will begin killing in a few das, and if near tho mouth of Flat deck, broke the you want a nice juicy steak he is the man door down, threw a suck over his head, tn lurnish vou. x Larger Than OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND for salo oer !1 oerore!: vr W: A' Call and examine while stock is flresh. f i Frankfort Roundabout WE AEE GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or mors Bolf-abus- e, luvig-orato- r, 1 A Handsome Transparent Picture. scptaj-t- f 1 !. tf ;' 1 ' 5 ', fj Epw?r v s5 WW SHS tB-- V5waC & - P f , " WHmiimmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmitlitittm&mt . ' ;- T . ,A lSV ';4X "T17 i'.- - V fc" "' V '. V. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, NO HOME EXEMT. .,., ?" ' - h. ...'. ' V. k:'' bj'' PM Bf C '!. fcfr 1. A .J", 1 ' w ; $., ? li. The following article from the Democrat ami Chronic'e, of Rochester, N. Y., is of so striking u nature and emanates from so re. Mr. C. R. Hayilen's family have the liable a source, that it is herewith entire. In addition to the valuable whooping cough. Hinder it contains, it will be found exceedMr. Stephen Johnson, of Cedar Hun, was ingly interesting the Editor of the Democrat am) Chroiiictcl the guest of .lob Smith this week. Sir: My motives for the publication of We know two men with hooka ami lines thnt caught over 300 fish in one day last the most unusual statements winch follow, are, first, gratitude for the fact that I have week. been saved from a most horrible death, and, There will he a match game of hall this secondly, a desire to warn all who read this afternoon at I'eak'n Mill, between the Peak's statement against some of the most decepMill and Flat Creek clubs). Game called tive influences by which ihev have ever been surrounded. promptly at 2 o'clock. It is a f.ict tint today thousands of people are within a fool of the There's no disguising the fact that hunt ing and killing these striped yellow bugs grave and they do not know it. To tell how I was this posithat infest melon mid cucumber vines, hurts tion and caught away from justHearing it, to warn others against a fellow's back, we've tried it and know. are my objects in this communication. The cloiing exercisfs of Miss Mollie ArOn the lh- -t day of June, 18SI, 1 lay at nold's school, at Hock Dale school house my residence in thin city surrounded by mj last Friday, were uncommonly good, and fi lends and waiting for death. Heaven reflected great credit upon the teacher and only knows the ngoiiy I then enduied, for students. words can never describe it. And yet, if a reception given at few years previous, anyone had told me Theic was an elegant I the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tripled that was to be brought so low, and by so last Thursday evening, in honor ol Miss terrible a disease, I should have scolled at I had always been uncommonly Lizzie Rogers, before her departure for her the idea. strong and healthy, had weighed over 200 home in Fraukloit. pounds and hardly knew, in my own expeThe two Sunday schools of Pleasant Hill rience, what pain or sickness were. Very and Rlnoiniugtou will join in a picnic near many people who will read this statement Peak's Mill, on the Fourth of July. In realize at times that they arc unusually order to make it a success let all the friends tired ami cannot account for it. They feel and patrons of the schools contribute liber dull ntul indefinite pains in various parts of ally. the body and do not understand it. Or they Anyone desiring pasturage for a limited are exceedingly hungry one da and entirely number of young cattle can be furnished without appetite the next. This was just J lelt when the relentless malady by applying to Mr. D. (Jlanton, who has the way which had fiiHieiiol itself upon me first 7") acres of number one grass with about 1 plenty of water. Terms SI per month for began. Still thought it was nothing; that probably I had taken a cold which would each animal. puss awiy. shortly alter tins J Mrs. E. M. Rates, the venerable mother noticed a heavy, and at limes, a neuralgic, Bates, and pain in my head, but as it would come one of Mrs. E. Flynn, Dr. Ma-o- n arrived here last week day and he gone the next, I paid but little Rates, E.-q-., Juo. from Jell'eison county, and will remain for attention t it. However, my stomach was several wei.'ks isiting relatives and IrieiuU out of order and my food often failed to in this neighborhood. digest, causing at times great inconvenience. The lightning rod man has been with us Yet I had no idea, ever, as a physician, this week there were three of them in one that these things meant anything serious or gang, and good ones too, but just how two that a monstrous disease was becoming 1 was of our citizens, upon whom they made an fixed upon me. Candidly, I thought suffering from Malaria and so doctored attack, were able to withstand their nppeals But 1 got no better. I will likely remain a mystery. Come again, Thomas E 'After giving rough trill in along without ' Deuipstor, Louisville, snys: Brown'tt Iron Riders a tlio- neuralgia, I could lumlly pet it." The Source of Those Mysterious Troubles That Oome to Every Household Explained. Bloomington. P fe-I. k v.. , gentlemen. At an adjourned meeting of the directors of the Frankfort Owenton Turnpike Road Company, John W. Bates, Esq., was chosen as one ol the directors in place of Mr. John Quarles reigning. We congratulate the stockholders upon having secured the services of one so competent as Mr. Bates. NlI'I'KIt. Bridgeport. More rain. Vegetables in abundance. . Wheat harvest about over. Fourth of July picnics arc now in order. Mr. Juo. Hump is at work in Winchester. Mr. Robert Magrader has been quite ill. Messrs W. G. and J. P. Sargent were in Louisville Inst Saturday. The sick, witti one or two exceptions, Iirvc about all recovered. Mi.'s Annie Ecton, of Winchester, is the guest of Mies Lucy Julian. Mrs. Jennie Allen, of Fayette county, has been visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs. Cordie Gaines and children, of Louisville, are visiting relatives in this section, John McCatnpbell left last Wednesday ith a small lot of lambs for tint LouUville mnrkc-t- . J-- ft Mi !."p. - i.W' y i. Miss Lillie Russell has returned home from a recent visit to friends and relatives in ,'J-- , ,'. ' ' ?,' A' 5' ' V 1. v :"- t'j - Frankfort. Regular services at South Benson Church at eleven o'clock, Rev. Win. T, Llewellyn pastor. Johnnie Parrent expects to leave for Mis-- a uri in a short time, where he will make his home in the future. The farmers are about through setting out tobacco plants, the prospect is better than at first anticipated. We have actually found two or three persons who have no desire to see their unities in print. Wonderful! Raleigh Armstrong and his son. Chester, left hirt Tuesday for Cincinnati with u lot of 415 lambs for that market. Mrs. Florence Crockett, who has been risking relatives in this section lor some time, has returned to her home in Louis-ville. ' &tff Mrs. Ellen Lee ond two of her children, Jennie and Johnnie, of Frankfort, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jno. Angrave this . week. Mrs. Bettie Julian had the misfortune to pierce one of her feet with a pairof composes recently, from the effects of which she has suffered very much, being unable to walk part of the time. Some time uince. one of your correspondents suggested the idea "That each one who writes for the Roundahout secure at least one new subscriber." We, therefore, one in addition to the semi you several we have secured belore. 'Rah for the Rounpabout. Long may she wave. this-wee- S' ;:t ! V .: rgff next noticed a peculiar color and odor about also that there were large quantities one day and very little the next, and that a persistent froth and scum appeared upon the surface, and a sediment settled in the bottom. And yet 1 did not realize my danger, for, indeed, see ing these symptoms continually, I finally became accustomed to them, and my suspicion was wholly disarmed by the fact that 1 had no pain in the affected organs or in their vicinity. Why I should have been so blind I cannot understand. There is a terrible future for all physical neglect, and impending danger always brings a person to his senses, even though it may then be too late. I realized, at last, my critical condition and aroused myself to overcome it. And, Oh how hard I tried! Point Pleasant. I consulted the best medical skill in the I visited nil the prominent mineral bind. News scarce. springs in America.aifd travelled from Maine Crops looking well. , to California. Still I grew worse. No two physicians agreed as to my ma'ady. One said Harvest is now on hand. 1 was troubled with spinal irritation; anMr. Win. Rodger? visited R. J. Shannon "a, other, nervous prostration ; another, malaria; asEua another, dyspepsia; another, heart disease; and wife the first of the week. 7S 3Y PHYSICIANS. another, general debility ; another, congesMr George Maxton Paxton, etc, says OT7 42 MB tion of the liane ol the brain; and so on that his name is George Fluuiperly. and Catr.nh of tho Nasal through a long list of common diseases, the Ulcerative; Catarrh of the Ear, Eye or Miss has Susie Owen's Is taken INTERNALLY, and Throat, it svmptouis of all ol which I really had. In Blood aots DIRECTLY upon theSystem. and It this way several ears passed, during all of gotten about well, but is still tender. Muoouo fiurfacea of the Is the best Blood Purifier In the Mr. D. S. Cain, of Lebanon Ridge, who which tune I was steadily growing worse. WOrfLD, and Is worth ALL that la My condition had really become pitiable. is a grand juror, was the guest of H. J. charged for it, for THAT alone. symptoms I at first experienced Shannon Thursday night. cues for catarhr were developed into terrible and constant found a bee tree disorders the little twigs ol pain hud grown it Mr. P. Updykehis surprise lonm!and cut cariN THE MARKETSEI neither down, but to to oaks ol agony. My weight had been re- bces nor honey in the tree. And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any uaso or uatnrrn it win not uura. duced from- 207 to 130 pounds; my life WH.I. CURE ANY CASE. and friends; I could Miss Martha Walston is running her was u torture to myself Ofllco of A. T. Stewart & Co. ) retain no food upon my stomach, and lived vegetable wagon dailv, as is aUo Messis. (!. Cnioioo, 111., Juno 4, 18S0. ( wholly by injections. I was a living mass W. Roach and Win. L'ogle. Mettri. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. Ucntlemen;l tafte pleasure in Informlntr you In of pain. My pulse was uncontrollable. Mr. Peter Updyke, while at work iu his that I have ust-- Hairs Catarrh Cure. It lioa my agony I frequently fell upon the floor, bad and Iwaa quarry, Iliad the misfoituneto let a rock lull cured neit will cwicuny mee of don't hesltafoto Catarrh if taken paythat convulsively clutched the carpet, and on his foot, inflicting a paiufu' wound. Vouru truly. properly. prayed lor dentil. Morphine had little or J. U. WCATnERTORD. Mr. George Fincel was visiting his daughno effect in deadening the pain. For six WOBTR OlO A BOTTLE. E. Mcriuy, Jaukscn, Mich., writrfl Have had ter, Mrs. Updyke, the first ol the week. days and nights I had the Catarrh for 80 yearn. HuII'm Catarrh Cure cured My urine was We were glad "to see him able to travel hiccoughs constantly. tue. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle, I was about again. filled with tube casts and albumen. tTSold by all Dru(Kfnt8 at 16 .;ts per bottle. CO. Manufactured and sold by F J. CHKN-- Y struggling with Rrighl's disease of the kid" Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. There has been a good deal of talk about neyn in its Inst stages. wedding in this neighborhood, lor some For Stile by While suffering thus I received a call a weeks, but the groom did not come to time, JOS. LkCOMPTE, DUUflOIST, from in v pastor, the Rev. Dr. Foote, rector nnd now there is talk of a law suit. Ootl8-lSouth Frankfort. felt of St. Paul's church, of this city. Mr. Noah Goins can be seen a that it was our last interview, but in the course of conversation he mentioned a re- great distance along the pike with his Slnrks medy of which I had heard much but had market wagon, as his Cruicher never used. Dr. Foote detailed to me the fsuu uiuureiia is so conspicuous, it will OFFICE IN SOUTH'8 BUILOINO, FRANKFORT, KY. many remarkable cures which had come keep off the ruin as well as the hot rays of observation, by means of this re the sun. under his Ship Stud", Brun. Shelled Oats, anil Corn medy, and urged me to try it. As a Dave Moore says that John Rossel put always on hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. und a graduate of the schools, that item in the Roundabout about him. All kinds of grain bought and sold. I cherished the prejudice both natural and The next time you go to town, Dave, vou common with all regular practitioners, mid must stop at Mrs. Watson's grocery and buy derided 'he idea of any medicine outside the ten cents worth of candy instead ol a regular channels being the least beneficial. nickle's worth. AT So solicilious, however, was Dr. Foote, that 1 nronose that all the correspondents I finally promised 1 would waive my pre of judice and try the remedy he so higly re- the RoexDADouT meet at the otlice of the . fSHAW. commended. I began its use on the first editor the first Monday in July, at 12 o'clook, direcm., tor the purpose of forming an acquainday of June and took it according to MuezIo Loading tions. At first it sickened me; but this I tance with one another and the better Guns from B3.00 thought was a good sign for me in my de- acquaintance of the editor, and for the enup Breech Loadbilitated condition. I continued to take it; couragement of his paper. Will all come? ing Guns from the sickening sensation departed, and I was BS.OOupi Revol Will beglud to you all, gentleman, on able to retain lood upon my stomach. In (hat day or at any other time thnt may suit vers from SOo.upi uoloseitampforpteIUaa-tedOatalogu-PITT8BUBa iew'days I noticed a decided i change for ARMS CO., , the betters as also did my wife. and friends. you to call. Ed. My hiccoughs ceased, and I experienced less Hawk Eye. Fa, -- Ittosars-, the fluids I was passing pain than formerly. I was so rejoiced nt this improved condition that, upon what I had believed but a few days before was inv dying bed, I vowed, in the presence of mv family and friends, should 1 recover I would both publicly and privately make known this remedy for the good of humanity, wherever and whenever I had an opportunity, I also determined thnt I would give a course of lectures in the Corinthian Acnd mv of Music in this city, Ptnting in full the health and avoid sickness. symptoms and almost hopelessness of my disease and the remarkable means by which Instead of feeling tired and I have been saved. My improvement was worn out, instead of aches constant from that time, and in less than and pains, wouldn't you three months I had gained 2G pounds in rather feel fresh and strong? flesh; became entirely free Irom pain, and I believe 1 owe my life and present condition wholly to Warner's Safe Cure, the remedy You can continue feeling which I used. miserable and good for noSince my recovery I have thoroughly re investigated the subject of kidney iliilintiltion thing, and no one but yourand Bright's disease, and the truths develself can find fault, but if you oped are astounding. I therefore stale, deliare tired of that kind of life., berately, and as a physician, that I believe you can. change it if you more than one hnlf the deaths which occur in America are caused by Bright's disease of choose. the kidneys. This may sound like u rash statement, but I am prepared to fully verily How it. Bright's disease has no distinctive sympbottle of Brown' Iron BiTr toms ol its own, (indeed, it ollen develops without any pain whatever iu the kidneys ters, and taking it regularly " or their'vicinity). but has the symptoms of according to directions nearly every other known complaint. Hundreds of people die daily, whose buriMansfield, Ohio, Nov. 96, 1881. als are authorized by n phvsican's certificate Gentlemen: Ihave suffered with of "Heart Disease," "Apnoplexy," "Parapain In my tide and back, and great lysis," "Sp'nnl Complaint, "Rheumatism.'' loreness on my breast, with shooting pains all through my body, at"Pneumonia," and other common diseases, tended with great weakness, depreswhen iu reality Run Bright's disease ol sion of pints, and loss of appethe kidneys. Few physicians, and fewer tite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prompeople, realize the extent of this disease or inent physicians for my liver, kidHs dangerous nnd insidious nature. It neys, and spleen, but I got no relief. I thought I would try Brown's Iron steals into the system like a theif, manifests Bitters ; I have now taken one bottle its presence by the commonest symptoms, and a half and am about well pain in side and back all gone soreness and fastens itself upon the constitution benil out of my breast, and I have a fore the victim is aware. It is nearly as good appetite, and am gaining In hereditary as consumption, quite as common strength and flesh. It can justly be called the&ing of medicines. and fully as fatal. Entire families, inheritJohn K.Allendbr. ing it from their ancestors, have died, and yet none of the number knew or relized the mysterious power which was removing them. Brown's Iron Bitters is Instead of common symptoms it often composed of Iron in soluble shows none whatever, but brings death sudform; Cinchona the great denly, and as such is usually supposed to be heart disease. As one who has sufl'eied, tonic, together with other and knows by bitter experience what he standard remedies, making says, I implore every one who reads these a remarkable words not to neglect the slighest symptoms tonic, which will cure Dysof kidney difficulty Certain agon and possible death will be the sure result ol pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, such neglect, and no one can afford to hazard Weakness, and relieve all such chances. Lung and Kidney diseases. I am aware that such an unqualified statement as this, coming from me, known ns I am, throughout the entire land ns n practitioner and lectin er, will arouse the surprise and possible animosity of the medical profession and astonish all with whom lam acquainted, but 1 make the foregoing S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. 1). Hkown, M. D statments, based upon facts which I am prepared to produce, and truths which I can substantiate to the letter. The welfare of those who may possibly be sufferers such as I was, is an ample inducement for me to Surgeons, take the step I have, and if I can successfully warn others from the dangerous path iu which I once walked, I am willing to Ofllco endure all professional and personal conse- Church, nnd residence next door to tlio Baptist S. Clnir street. quences. M. D, J. B. HEN ION, Obosapeake ud FOR Ohio Mwaj, I it-- : KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST SEEK , & DEW YORK. -- ONLY LINE RUNNING NEW SLEEPING FOR PULLMAN CARS i A SOLID TRAIN LOI7ISVIjj3, Cincinnati, and TO FROM Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, 0ONNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS POR PBy'gettingone new THF. lil Toiiss:. direct ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL For ticket!" nnd furthor information npply to your nearest tloket-officor address James U.ErtiHt, General Western Agent, Loulfvlllo, Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. 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