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' m';h.i -' j- - s - r r jr---- 'r WHacws ' v V - V - vmb: - r . aiw; ; t v ' 'yraHsw - finv r J ravqrraraMMim n 'iiBBKBmmt.&mBmmmxikc i arar.' . l , i. r- i IBW B- ' , ' ' i -- T 'l - TW .'TV rt !, . . $&i ' The Frankfort Roundabout. 4tf0Jl0.ff ' & -- . "jff Id 'VJ m i. LOT2 Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 4 Volume VI. REGULAR KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, FRANKFORT A Inrge ntiintivr of pproiiH p,iese(i tlironjrli the city yeft?rdny on their nny to Crab Orclmnl to attend tin- Governor's ball. - KY., AUGUST 18. 188. Number 48. JUI Sgg bmHPIB.WbSS? I; still wflMBiBrfej'Ifi - .L if WtG"ff FANNIE FREESE! making ber regular trips from Frankfurt Louisville Sho leavos Frankfort every uesday and Friday ut 7 o'clock, and rates arc as oboap as any other transportation. The Fannie Frcese belongs to Frankfort nud toCapt. S. V. Pence, and why not patronize her? Special rales on all freight going south or west' and through bills of ladins given. The examining trial of .Tames and Rich3, 1883. ard Jenkins, charged with the murder of Term", moderate. For particulars address, John Lewis Duiley, wa begun Tuesday Mrs. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal, Frankfort, Kv. before Enuirc Bohnnnnn and Jnttue H. E. IGnitips, and wiih concludrd yesterday. The defendant were represented by Mcbsip. Scott k French and the prosecution by County Attorney J. A. Violett and Col. S. Sept. 3. The regular High Resumes operation Classical Course completed, entitles to the N. Hodges. Both parties' were held over SchoolSchool Diploma. High 'the College Preparatory Course prepares for any to the Circuit Court. of the colleges East or West. o MONDAY, SEPT. PENS ITS session on THIRTY-FIFTI- I mm LARGE ANNUAL ASSORTMENT OF ' IDI--dlOTI- f ."' DS I ' Diamonds i '?M Setting Iv'ids to Oik .V I. meeting of the cittxena of Frankfort at the Capital Hotel Thursday night, when Mr. Jos. L. Rodman wac called BEN FREEMAN, to the chair, and Mr. Tlics. J. Harris apNutfer. pointed Secretary. J. E. KIRTLEY, On motion, the chair appointed Messrs. AgrnU July U tf. W. L. Jett, Pat McDonald. .Judge W. H. Sneed, and Dr. J. G. Hatchittu committee and report at an to appoint adjourned meeting at the same place this evening. The chnirmnu of the meeting was Has just received his spring and summer stock of added to the committee aud then the meeting adjourned. " S. V. Fexioe, Prop'r. A was held T. ROMAN, 1 he Primary and Intermediate Departments will receive due attention. Pupils can begin the study of Latin, Grcel:, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, General His. tory, Ac, this fall. Spelling, Penmanship and Readings in Shakespeare will receive attention during the year. Instruction on the Piano and Organ and in Vocil Music, also in the various kinds of Painting by Miss Stevens. Competent and trustworthy assistance provided, and the programme so arranged as to secure for each pupil the personal attention of the principal. tor further information apply to S. G. STEVENS, Principal. Aug. i8-t- Solid Gold and Steele Spectacles. ? INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your Eyes AND ,- ! -'l N. 11 VVUUDFUKl) COUNTY FARM FOB. SALE- I Order Bent FREE. . J STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, M I I m NOTIONS, &C. OFFER my farm of 182 acres, locitcd on the Mill-ill- c and McCracken's Mill turnpike, one mile from Grassy Springs Church, for sale at $35 per acre, A dispatch was received in this city by half cash and the balance in one and two ears with Umldings and fences in good repair, and Judge R. A. Thoiiitjou, jesterdny morning, interest. water on the place.. plenty of H S. HARRIS, liom his -- on Wingute, at Winchester, anAug. Milhille, Ky. nouncing that a car loud of dynamite had exploded at a station on the Kentucky Cen! t8-s- MONOGRAMS! AND vi Call and see him at Swigert's old stand, St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- W. S. DHHONEY w DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCV tral Extension, six miles liom Winchester, killing five or six peisons and wounding bometeu or fifteen others. Mr. Frank a carpenter from this city, was among the wounded, being at work upon a new depot at that point at the time the accident occurred. He is very badly hurt and is not expected to live. Hock-ersmit- HEAItT DISEASE Dr. Husb.8 Regulator, FOR HEART TROUBLES. safe manufacWm. G. Osgoodby, the turer of Buffalo, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Newark, and Atlanta, Ga., says : Office of Oscooonv's I.MrRoED Safes, 17 S. liroad Street, Atlanta, Ga , October 17th, t83i. well-know- n ALL KIDS OF JEWELRY :m r --wt' .' aItS !V - Dr. E. E. Hume went into Mr. Choate's residence, near the Railroad bridge, yesterday afternoon, to see a patient and left his Dr. Rush's Medical Aisocialion : horse and buggy in charge of a boy at the Dear Doctors. The three bottles of "Dr. Rush's ROQIIIIS. GROGKEHV 4 6L1SSWJIHE. door. The mare became frightened at a Regulator" I ordered were received by express last I have taken nearly one bottle and am week. and Sales-rooNo. 8 North Upper Street. passing train, pulled away from the boy thoroughly satisfied with the resuli. For over two Work-shop- s T nnvtllalltr Inrltn vnn tn oa.11 rem! nvnmlnn mv 1 have been troubled with sharp pain at my years and ran off. At Cliinn's coal scales she heart. My physician, upon examination pronounced Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. it enlargement of upset the buggy and tore the top oflT give me any relief. the heart, and was unable to The trouble gre worse until I FRANKFORT, KY ran & MAIN STREET, up Wilkinson street to Main; had become convinced that I couldI not be cured. in New York City, last week, called upon one While Sep3tf. thence up Main to the Capital Hotel, where of the most prominent physicians there, u ho charged Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. for an ex.imin.ition and then Attorney-at-Lawthe buggy wheels became entangled in me $35"Regulator." Knowing you to recommended be a regular your BSyPlain and Decorative Paper Hanging Association, and not a patent medicine Medical those ol a ungon htnuding there, and so scheme, I ordereii the three bottles, I have not a speciality. AND checked her speed as to enable parties to been troubled since 1 commenced taking it. but shill Orders left Averill's drug store will be promptly at continue and take the entire three bottles so as to obrun out and catch her. The buggy was tain a permanent cure. You have m sincere thanks. attended to. April I am, gentlemen, very respectfully, badly used up and the mare, aVeinurkably Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the WM. G 0S000D15Y" adjoining counties, and will also give special line animal, was completely ruined, the attention to the purohase nnd sale of real estate, IN BULK AND PAPERS, leaders ol the left leg being entirely cut collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. through to tho bone. She was worth fully June 25-ltwo hundred aud fifty dollars before the has never 'failed to gWe relief. It has been used accident. ALSO successfully for ycirs in subduing the most stubborn cases ot heart difficulties. A positive liiic tor Palpitation, Fluttering and Tatty Degenof Don't forget to tell your neighbors that eration for the heart. byPrice Jt.oo per bottle; six bottle druggist, or sent direct by $500, Sold JUST RECEIVED BY a grand mn'.inee will be given at the great Dr. Rush's Mbdual Association, RY GOODS, MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXIlSTGhTOlSr, KY. SON, WM. CROMWELL, m ' f i EGBERT LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED GUARANTEED FKESH. , 16-- tl Real Estate Agent, 1 1 Dr. Rush's "Regulator" VICE'S FLOWER SEED, S! M 4 f , I 4 JOE LeCOMPTE'S .SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. isroTiojfi. milE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON the Education and Training of Fcoblo Minded Children will hoieafter take placo every Friday afternoon from 2 X oxercl'es at tho Kentucky Institution for to 4 o'clock P. M. The Insti- tution is open for visitors at any tiino when most convenient for them to attend, JOHN Q. A. 8TKWAKT, Superintodont. Oet. f. Watches, Fins Glecks,Engraving, Sis. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF White Ilnll Clothing Hotie this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at which delightful music will be lurninhed by Waxey's celebrated quartette at a quarter past seven o'clock, and there will be a splendid concert given from the balcony in front of the sinte establishment, which will be one of the best things we have had in the city for years. The music will be furnished by the same artists ns in the afternoon, the building will be beautifully illuminated, and red lights will be burnt during the enterti.iuinrnt. The one, has been sequartette is a cured at great expense, and a treat is promised to the lovers of music. Be sure to attend, and after jou have enjoyed the music just step inside and purchase a nice as the prices suit of clothes for on all the goods in the bouse have been marked down to exceedingly low figures. t, Nuiida, N. V U. S. A .V, '83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 Frankfort WEEKLY One year for only Roundabout L AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- jROPff'SrC?S PITTSBURGH. PA. V. BERBEBICH, Meronant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, .1 .! June 'Jly $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one. DR. Office Oflico 8 1'. M. JAMES ELY, BETWEEN .MAIN and BEOADWAI fA Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dopskins, ana novf-e- st AjiiiiiiiHrHr first-clas- s By paying us $2 00 you will receive for one year your home piper with the CourU'V-.Tourmi- l, the representative newspape. of the South, and the best, biightest and ablest fimily Weelilv in the United States, Those who desire to examine a sam- in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIft STREET. 7 to 8 'Mm w ON stjlcs of funoy Frenoh casiirueros. Ho is prepared to mako them up on sbor notice, and glvo perfect fit' ple copy of the 3-i-s (Jou.rii3l'-.Fourt- ml can do so Hours A. M., 12 to 1 V. M., 7 to at office. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH MAKUR, Ky., continues the watch repairing business at the "old stand. Uv proinptnesti and careful work ho hopos to merit' the patronago of those who deeiro to have their watches repaired without damage being done thoin. Surveyors' repaired and other Instrument requiriug delicate aud accucato adjustment. cum-pass- Sucoossor to B. F. Meok, Main Street, Frank-for- t, America Ahead! g Sf S Ci V '- '! .! tffiCS). .WilJ r VSSS-rVVE- ji M JOB WORK NEATLY EXECUTED JOB PRINTING! AT tjEp jf ting garments, stylish comfortable. fob3-Cr- and .' am j Evans Printing CAN Hi: OlirAl.SEI) Office W. J. OHINN, DEALER IN v ..c ....?- - Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fact anything ptit ted freui a daily to visiting c.ird. RATES AS LOW AS CONSISTENT no.-papor ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell FOR CASH! J. C. attberory loweMfiguros V oil BUSH, D. D. S In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entire oontidenoo in Af r. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance ilth him as a workman, do not hesitate to com- "mend him as every way oapablo of meeting tho ""' expectation of my former patrons. 1). -S skX STT "- -i vV a ".i iiiy.i'i ? v &3B&r,S'j WaBACiS?il . Wk. WV. iV u vi v; .'S AT THIS OFFICE! ON WITH KRA.NICF'Ori'r, (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) bo found at his otllco from 8J a. m. to 5 p. Can m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to tho entire satisfaction of thosn who may choso to F. MEEK, FOR SauE UYALL LcADING DEALERS. Vo'- gopt, 30-- tf 1SK FOR IT I BUY IT! J THY IT Ml SHORT NOTICE. GOOD WORK 0111 JVJ . co Office, above Payno on St. Clair St. ll-t- f. & Berry's Insurance Aug. patronlzo bltu. July 15.1y ' , -- XJ . i mim h ii'viiWiiriiTiiTi iiiif-r- i'f r.r r. nmimnmrwniaywBMiiu girYiTiir'i - ijm ... .. ii iiii feULTtwMMJi',( mi h wainiMMHii i ibh 'mjmiihmmi jk rvt9n..v yiVtOimn,. ,.mij i , - '' .'' je a ?i '" m .?'.. it . s i ri w mam X 't irt Vi ??, f u (J. tl.. '..v it. ' i&J' i ' FRANKFORT 2 ROUNDABOUT, at Frankfort, Kentucky wedding is in preparation and will take place in a short time. A T." lass .. Fi - ?.'. i t . St. v P p ."'. , r- '" 7 ' ' , km. V , rV A house of 5 or 0 Miss her family, in South or home in Belle Hamilton returned to visit Georgetown Monday, alter a North Frankfort, in a good neighborhood. to friends in this city. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Andres P. 0. Box 805. FINISHED OUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE Miss Annie Monroe, of Louisville, who to furnish all grades of Roller Flour. Saturday afternoon, about four o'clock. has been visiting relatives in this city, reWe will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. FRANKFORT, AUGUST 19. 1883. lying in the turned home Mnndny. onie one set fire to some trash Miss Ella McManama, returned Thurs-dnWill give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good back porch of the house owned by Mr. II. morning from a visit to her sister, Mrs. flour and the offal for a bushel of good wheat. A single trial will conPlease benr in niimi tlint the blue pencil L. WntkiiiH, on the eorner of Third and McCarty, in Somerset. vince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. mark X on yonr pnper indicates tlint the Steele streets, known as the Hall plaoe, Mrs. Richnrd Church left for Louisville time for which you hnve paid linn expired which burnt through the weather hoarding Thursday afternoon, to visit her parents, July at. 3m. and you are requested to call nrotind and and would have had the whole house Mr. B. F. Meek and wife. in a blaze in a few moments bad it not settle. Messrs. Ernest Hitches, of Louisville, and been discovered by some of the neighbors W. B. Hughes, of Eminence, spent Sunday Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, R. A. M., will wns given and iu this city with their parents. in time. The alarm meet in regular monthly communication the Fire Department called out, but n few Mr. J. F. Meek, of Louisville, father of Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock. buckets of water extinguished the flames. Mr. J. B. Meek, of this city, is visiting Mrs. A large warehouse is being erected nt the The house was unoccupied at the time, but John Bnlzell, on Main street. Mrs. Lucy Evans nnd family, who reKentucky River Mills in which to store the Mrs. Wntkins and a lady friend bnd just It is to be left the premises a few moments before and moved to Indianapolis several months since, product of that establishment. have returned to this city to reside. feet and two stories all wns right while they were there. It is sixty by thirty-eigh- t Mr. Sidney S. Cox nnd sister, Miss Corhigh. Messrs. Gnult & Co. have the con- supposed that some children who were plt)' nelia Cox, of Lagarto, Texas, are visiting iug about the place must have caused the tract. their uncle, hit. L. J Cox, this county. trouble by carelessly dropping a lighted Father T. Allen Joyce has returned to The Fannie Freeze broke a shaft on her match upon the trash. the city from a tour through Anderson, down on Friday and has laid up for retrip Shelby and other neighboring counties. pairs at Louisville. Ciipt. S. V. Pence and Personal. Mrs. W. L. Jett, this city, and Miss First Clerk J. M. Pendleton are at home Miss Allie Todd is visiting Blue Lick Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, have been attendwhile the repairs to the boat and to dam Springs. ing the Exposition at Louisville this week. No. 1 are being made. Mrs. W. P. Hudson is visiting her brother Miss Lou. Smith who has been visiting her brother, Mr. P. F. Smith, in this city, TheL. C. k L. Railroad wll run an ex- in Pulaski county. Miss Rebbecca Taylor is visiting friends left for her home in Louisville Tuesday cursion train from this city to Benrd's afternoon. in Shelby county. Station to give all those who Miss Eleanor. Holmes, Capt. Thos. C. wish to attend a chance to visit Kavaunugh Hon. Albprt A. Stoll, of Louisville, was Jones, and Judge Win. Lindsay returned All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at in the city Tuesday. Camp Meeting. The train will leave nt 8 Tuesday from a trip to New York nnd other o'clock in the morning and the round trip Mr. Geo. L. Payne left yesterday for Eastern cities. Crab Orchard Springs. fare will be but one dollar and fiftv cents. Mrs. H. T. Sharp, of Alexandria, Vir Miss Mary Rly has been visiting friends ginia, who has been visiting friends in this The brickwork on the new city hall is in Danville the pat week. city, for several weeks, lelt for Louisville about completed, and the contractors expect Mrs. Phil. Selbert ami children are visit- Thursday afternoon. to have the roof on the front part of the ing relatives in Cincinnati Mrs. Jas. A. Hodges nnd children, who With the building the last of next week. Mr Sam. Miles is spending the summer have been visiting relatives in this city and Belle Point, will return to their home in be completed at Point an Pellee, Canada. present rate of speed it Louisville this afternoon. within the contract limit the 15th of Miss Nettie Skillman, of Louisville, is Mrs. McFarlandj of New Orleans, La , November. visiting Miss Fannie Taylor. who has been visiting her brother, Maj. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel Miss Mamie Southgate, of Shelbyville, is Ben. Blanton, near this city, lett Tuesday A bnrglnr attempted to break into the people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that alteruoou tor u visit to Bloomfield. residence of Mr. Richnrd Chiles on the the guest of Miss Nome Nicol. fact. We have placed upon our counters Mr. Sam. South left Mondav for a busi South side, Wednesday night about nine Mrs. F. E. Ayres, of Woodford counness trip to Memphis, Tennessee. ty, accompanied bv her daughter, Mrs. W. o'clock, but the noise he made in trying to Mr. Henry Murray left yesterday for a T. Runyau. of this city. left Wednesday get a back door open attracted the attention afternoon for a visit to relatives iu Missouri. of Mr. Chiles, who sent a bullet after him visit to relatives in Elizabethtown. Mrs. E. L. Samuel left Tuesday afternoon Misses Fannie Tuley, of New Albany, as he disappeared over the back fence. for a visit to friends in Bloomfield. Indiana; Genie Barkley, of Lexington ; LizWhiln practicing for the game of ball at Mr. Jesse McCoy, of Louisville, is visiting zie Hurst, of Versailles ; and Katie Chinn, of Shelbyville, are visiting Miss Scottie that will be sold at half their regular prices. Pleasurville Saturday afternoon, Mr. John his daughter, Mrs. H. G. Mattern. Chi nn. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half Hunt, of this city, had the thumb of his Mr. John W. McClureand family removed right hand knocked out of joint, the bone to Louisville Wednesday to reside. First Lieutenant J. Jordan Crittenden, its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods fai 22d U. S. Infantry, who has been visiting protruding through the flesh and making a Thou. F. Hargis and family return Judge his mother iu this citv the past two weeks, below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the nex very painful injury. The hand was dressed ed Tuesday from a vUit to Carlisle. lelt Wednesday morning lor Santa Fee, New season. by a doctor at Pleasurville and he is doing Mr. John B. Heft'ner is very sick at his Mexico. well, though suffering n great deal. mother's residence on Madison street. Mrs. J. B. Lewis was called to Lexington 'Squire Eugene P. Moore was in Lexing- Wednesday to attend the funeral ot an old The Frankfort base ballists have been in ton Tuesday on professional business. friend of her family, Mr. Joseph Milward, hard luck this week. In the game between Miss Blanche Kendall has returned from for ninny years a prominent business muu the Capital Cttys and the Pleasitreville Club a visit of several weeks to Louisville. in that city. Saturday afternoon the latter were victoriMr. Sidney Jones, of Lexington, is visitous by ascoreoflT to 11, and atShelbvville 11 IV. ing Mrs Geo. W. Gayle, South Side. Tuesday the Capital Citys igain met defeat of Covington, is visitIn this city, on Friday, August 17, to Mr. R. at the hands of the Shelby Club, the bcore ingMiss Julia Abbett,Maggie A Lewis. her cousin, Miss Olngower nnd wife, a son. standing 13 to 18 at the the game Mr. Win, Merchant, of Camden Point, Missouri, is visiting Mr. J. E. Kirtley. A half grown white boy went into the Judge Wm. Lindsay and Capt. T. C. circus tent during the performance WednesJones felt yesterday for Crab Orchard. day afternoon, sat down by n gentleman Miss Georgie Todd, of Belle Point, has living near this city, and played greeny, returned from her visit to Niagara Falls. orrosrrn COURT HOUSE, saying it was the first circus he had ever Mies Emma Blevm, of Newberg, Jefferattended. He went out before the performson county, is visiting Miss Annie Jones. ance was over, and the gentleman who sat London, Fire Mr. W. It. Watou, of Indianapolis, City Insurance Association London, of London next to him discovered that his pocket-boois visiting his mother in this city. London and Provincial Indiana, London was inisoiii''. Covington, Ky Kenton Mi-)Lena Kirtley left Thursday afternoon Oermania New Vork' Doston.' l'rescott During the sitting of the examining court to visit friends in Henry and Shelby counties. New Orleans New Orleans, Laaug Miss Fannie .Morrison, of Little lto"k, in the case of the two Jenkins boys, ThursArkansas, is visiting Miss Blanche Kendall day afternoon. Sheriff J. W. Gaines went e Misses Pattie and Minnie Williams are to, the door and began tacking tup a notice which the law required him to visiting friends in Lawrenceburg this week. Mr. II B. Cammack ami wife, left Thurs post there, and the noise he made in so tlnv morning for a visit to friends in Cincin doing annoyed 'Squire Boliannaii, of the nati. court, to such an extent that he ordered Rev. Dr. Morris Evans and wife returned Sheriff did not obey from Deering Camp Meeting Tuesday afterhim to stop it, but promptly be was. fined three dollars and noon. ordered to jail for six hours for contempt of Mr. II. It. Williams has returned from 13 BSSOMMEKDED BY PHYSICIAWB. court. After meditating upon the severity Crab Orchaul Spiings much improved in OVJHJBaB of the punishment the court set aside the health. and Satarrh of the Nasal Ulcerative; Catarrh of the Ear, Bye or Dr. W. H. Hall, wife and daughter rebe locked order requiring the High Sheriff to Throat. It Is taken INTERNALLY, and acts DIRECTLY upon the Blood and turned Saturday from a visit to Old Point up. Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Comfort. Is the best Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la In conversation with Mr. John O'Brien, charged for It, for THAT alone. Mrs. John Gayle, of Columbus, is visiting the circus man, Wednesday afternoon, he her parentc, Mr. John Wiight and wile, in ONLT INTERNAL CURE FOR CATARRH years ago he this city. told us that about thirty-fi- ve AGENT FOK THE tVUf THE HABKET.ja was in this city with John Robinson's circus, Mrs. N. A. Montague, of Independence, And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any and stood upon the steps of the old Mnnsion Case of Catarrh It will not Cure. is visiting relatives in this city Hamburg-AmericaMail Line JONES BROS., Proprietors. WILL OUKK ANY CASE. House, then a hotel, and witnessed n shoot- and county. A. T. Stewart & Co. I Office of AM) ing affair on St. Clnir street, in which one Chicago, IU., June 4, 1660. f Mirses Lizzie Powell and Haltie Buford Mai aJacturersof all kinds of New Work tor Co., Toledo, O. man attacked another with n stone, and wns returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in lleura. F, J, Cheneutt pleasure in Informing; you ALLEN ROM MAIL LIKE STEAMSHIP COS. atntlemen:l take that I have used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It has shot five times in the breast, and the party Veisaiiles. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, cured mo I was very bad and don't besitatu to Tickets to and from Europe ut low cut rater. any shot did not fall until struck in the head Judge Alvin Duvnll and Col. Tims. Rod- nay that it will cureYourscase of Catarrh If taken truly, properly. ALSO DKALKK IN with a brick, He was a little curious to man, sr., went over to Cincinnati Mondav J. B. Weatbekvoro. STEAM GAUGES, WORTH 810 A BOTTLE. know whether the man died or not. He on busiueM, E. Muriuv, Jackson, Mich., writm Have had Catarrh for 90 years. Ball's Catarrh Cure cured said he could see the blood from each wound MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. Mr. W. II. Posey and wife returned Wed me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. CHA.MI?-A.GNwhich wns a green one nesday morning from a week's visit to rela CIDER, upon the man's coat, tJfSold by all DruggiRtaat 76 cts per bottle. Manufactured and Boldbv T J. CHENEY & CO. tfSyContracts for New Work Jnnr.y pan with brass buttons upon it. The wounded tives in Versailles. Bole Proprietor, TOLEDO, OHIO. GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. man was carried into a drug store near the of the Slate. For Sale by Mrs. Capt. D. A. Murphy, of Danville. Order left at Brewery Ofllco will bo promptly corner. of Main and St. Clair, about where spent Saturday and Sunday in this city JOS. LkCOMPTB, DRUGGIST, attended to. Oiip rt nnr wet nfrflrnur Ant n,l t)... J .... . with her husband, Oot Harris & Herrmann's luilding now is. South Frankfort. March North! Side; Fraokfor'., Ky. """""' aVAi! ntered at the post-offic- e a socond class mailable mutter. Waxtkd to Kent. small Misses Lena Stewart and Eleanor Holmes, left yesterday to attend the Governor's ball at Crab Orchard. room1 for, a ROLLER FLOUR HAVING Editor and. AR$ y MILES & SOIST. Beginning Monday, July 2! AND CONTINUING During the Rest of the Season AT THE . ONE PRICE ARCADE! PBICES. LOWIM Than Ever Known Before. , 1 2,000 REMNANTS! HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. HO clo-eo- f HATS! HATS I B C. E. JAMES, Gen'l Insurance Agent, FRANKFORT, KY. whitTIall, k - - ii-t- MEN'S STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. Court-hous- HALL'S Cavlty-Chronio STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS, as-th- e rfARRH RURE MEN'S CEOTCHEB, BOYS' STARKS. Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats ALL DUNL AP'S LATEST STYLES J. O. MATTER, n Mir-souri- , FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, MINERAL' WATERS, E 18-l- y 3-- tf. I' &....'' S i ff "kii mmst, ' V ..,,.. - ..I) .. . I '.! . 4 && I m in , . (V r 'v I r CAPITAL H. Gk : 3. GALLERY! Prop'r, ' a Coffee 15 cents per package; sugar 9 cents Tiiejilfty night is tlic regular meeting of per pound; best lard 12 cents per pound; llie Citv Council. best bacon 12 cents per pound. All other 18,1883. FRANKFORT, AUGUST The first circus of the year lrw a large goods in proportion at J. Heeney's. . crowd to town Wvdntfluy. COUNT? URGES! CIIUTIOII III Women's side luce shoes $1 old price Its only two weeks from Monday, boys, $4 00 at McCl lire's. until school commences njmin. TO TRAVELERS. For Sale A desirable building lot in Franklin Association meets Tuesday at South Frankfort. Apply at this office. following Commencing Monday, October t5, the Church, in this county. time talile wilt be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for North Fork 150 boys' and children's suits $1.50, $2.00, this point. The run on ginger cake of the quarter $2.50 and $3.00 at Klass Ac Co.'s., Odd TRAINS SOUTH. Arrive at section variety was very heavy on WednesLeave Fellows' building. Louisville. Frankfort. day. 8:30 p. m. s:as r. m No. 7 6:15 a. M. 10:55 a. M. Misses cloth shoes 50 cents at McClure's No. 17 m. 5:15 No. at s:s7 f. M. BnrnumV Circus has given us the goby p.m. old price $2 50. 6:40 P.M. . . . 4:10 No. ipC. &0. this time, and will exhibit at Lexington and TRA1NB NOtlTlt, If you want the best school furniture, see Leave Leave L utisville. Louisville. Frankfort. sample at It. Rogers' furniture store, on No. t8 10:17 A. M. 7:00 a. m, Thecrowd which attended O'Brien's circus Main street, Frankfort, Ky. m. . No. 22 5:53 2:35 r. M. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at Frankfort 8.05 p. M. was one of the largest that has linen in the r. M. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5. 3:00 e. M. McClureAs Bro. are closing out some old ' No. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. M. city for a long time. Trains No. 13 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, stock Odds and ends at almost any price. arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, tP. M. Train Mr. George Buhr is pushing the work on No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. At. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby his new hotel and hopes to be able to open j There is no danger from fire caused by ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. m will carry it early next month. lighting mntches at night to see what time passengers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all it is. if vou use one of Selbert's Meteor Luintermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are Sunday Mr. Headly Bovd, formerly of this city, is trains only, minous clocks. E. P. BRYAN, Acent. now clerk at Winfrey's Hotel, Seventh and Go see McClure ii Bro.'s odds and ends Market streets, Louisville. A grand hall was given at Crab Orchard counter. Springs last night in honor of Gov. L. P. If the dry weather tlii- - week has produced Blackburn. The meteor clock with the luminous diril the scarcity of news, we easnestly hope it For sale by P. Sel.- will rain before our next. s the latest thing out. Robert Davis, colored, who died on Thursbert. day, was buried yesterday by the Colored Col. d. W. Bryan, of Covington, is spoken The dial of the meteor clock shines at Odd Fellows' Lode. of as a gentleman likely to be appointed night so that the time can be seen in the new Governor, Private Secretarv of the Rev. Dr. Morris Evans will occupy his itarKest night witnout tue am 01 an arimcmi pulpit at the Methodist Church as usual toNotwithstanding there have been rains light. For sale by Selbert. morrow morning and evening. in some portions of this county recently, a 100 Lndies linen dusters one dollar at S. good soaking, cloud melting shower is very Rev. E. C. Gordon, of Salem, Virginia, Klass it Co.'s, Odd Fellow's Building. much needed just now. will preacn at the Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning and evening. Rev. Thos. J. Stevenson, who recently For Rent. Two, two..?tory frame dwelGeorgetown, will ling houses on Logan Street.South Frankfort, removed from this city to Messrs. Ferguson As Meek are furnisliitijr take charge of Pawling Hall, the boarding of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, the Iron, work for the new City Hall, Buln's house connected with Georgetown College. gas, and nil modem improvements. Hotel and the Christian Church spire. Apply to W. C. Herndon, . Hon. lake Rice, Representative in the Main Street. colored people of this city will hold The last Legislature from Boyd and Lawrence old Fair Grounds, near this a fair at the Ifyou want to catch an early train, you counties, died nt his home in Louisa a few city, next week, beginning on Thursday, days since from the effects of a stroke ol will not be left if you have a meteor lumithe 23d. paralysis received during hisstav in this citv. nous clock, for it has an nlarm to awaken you, and then its dial shines so that you club is being organized in A steam yact The present indications are that about can see the time in the darkest room. Selstock is to be $600, this city. The capital half the members of the next House of Rep- bert has them for sale. divided into fifty dollar shares. They will resentatives of this State will be candidates purchase a yact costing about $500. for Speaker. About twenty candidates are m City Base Ball Club, of this in the field and a number of counties are to The Capital city, and the Georgetown Club will play a hear from. FRANKFORT .ROUNDABOUT, ART i CM MA-TTERIST- , No, 439 Main St., Over Cnitchcr & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ' ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Oct. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. H Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at 25-- tf. ....... FOR deviations. CASH p 1. ONLY. iblic that from this day I 'A 'i ft will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, I TAKE this method of informing the My stook of aking no exceptions or STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, v.- - I is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. - Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, i i JOHN T. BUCKLEY1, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Frop'rs. Comer, Capital Scj.-u.ar- COAL! COAL! Olizitczi Street, 2Tort2a.ea.st r match game for a silver cup at the picnic at A large fire on Wnter street, Lexington, White Sulphur, Scott county, on Wednesday. which destroyed Williams Bros.' Enterprise Mr. Hiram Harris otlers a first rate Planing Mill and several other buildings, Woodford county farm for sale in another detained the circus in Lexington until Wedcolumn. His price is remarkably low, and nesday morning, and consequently it did not to anyone who wishes to buy he will give a get here until late. bargain. per 100 Miles' Clirystal Patent flour, OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale G. B. MACKLIN. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y i 1 FORSALE. House and lot of Mrs. N. H. Gay, on BroadAlso the way street, opposite railroad depot. lot ou High street occupied by Mr. G. 13. Mack-li- n ns a cnal office and yard. For terras apply A. T. TODD. to Mrs. Gay or to Orders by telephone promptly attended to. f It rained hard enough nt the show grounds lbs., is white as snow. R. K. McCLURE & BRO.. ! vr ' - t fit- - w Wednesday night to make the 'circus tent Bargains in boots and shoes at Klass & leak like a seive, but here in town there Co.'s , St. Clair street. was only a sprinkle, which lasted a few minutes. For Sale A lot of furniture, good ns new, been used but little. Apply at this There will be an entertainment at the office. residence of Mr. L. J. Cox, uearStedmau-town- , Fob Rent. The house and lot on the on Friday evening, 24th iiiHt., for the of the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. corner of Main and Campbell streets, South benefit Frankfort, now occupied bv Rev. T. J. All are invited to attend. Stevenson. Apply to Win. Crnik. Owing to the inconvenience that would be Fincel has n lot of choice hams and bacon occasioned the militia while encamped in tearing up of the floor ol which he is selling at the lowest prices. Belle Point by the the railroad bridge, the repairs on that Very Low Rates. structure will not be commenced until the (itli of September. During the continuance of the Southern Mr. Harry McEwing, of this city, paral- Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing yzed the man who was running the baby August lat, and continuing 100 days), the and ball game with the circus Wednesday. Louisville it Nashville Railroad will sell Every time he threw the bull a baby was Excursion Tickets from any of its stations knocked down, and the fellow, Heeiturh was to Louisville at one fare lor the round trip. about to be bankrupted, paid him to quit These Tickets will be on sale every day, from L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 throwing. days, allowing ample time to visit the Another regiment of State militia has Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, been organized in the western part of the and second only to the Centennial at PhilaState, and is styled the Third Regiment. delphia, Major M. II Crump, formerly of the K. M. "Women's Health Journal" I,, bus been elected Colonel. This regiment, together with the Firfrtnnd Second, will go Contains valuable information on the Published by into camp in Belle Point the last of this diseases of women w only. Lady Puymimans ho have made these month. peculiar weaknesses of the sex their sole -- j: study for years. It gives the causes, symp-toni- s, .1. C. Bush, of this city, went to Law- Dr. and' sure home treatment for Prorenceburg Sunday to "see a friend," and lapsus Uteri or Falling of the Womb, left his piece ol artillery in his buggy at the lullamiitiou and Ulceration ot the womb, Leucorrhoea or livery stable. A colored individual in that and all displacements. or painful Whites, Irregular, suppres-e- d place discovered it there ami appropriated Menstruation, Flooding, Sick and Nervous it to his own use, for which he is now in Headache, Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Weakjail on the charge of grand larceny, awaiting ness ol the Back and Stomach, Scrollula. the meeting of the Anderson Circuit.Court. Pains in Side. Dizziness, Kidney Complaint, Barrenness, Nervous Prostration, Depression Mr. Henry Miller, from near North Ben. of Spirits, General Debility of Women and Sent on receipt ol six of Life. son, was in town Thursday with his little Change stamps. Address, Dr. Hush's Medicunts in son, Samuel Tilden, who cal Association, Nudn, New York. sevenyear-ol- d created considerable merriment lor crowds as All diseases resulting from on the street by scratching his head with depression joining his hands together, nervous debility, mental anxiety, his toes and of spirits, and functional derangements of passing them over his head, down on his nervous system, cured by German For eale by See udvertieement. hips and back again without letting go his Joe LeCompte, hold. 11 self-abuse, Juno 23-t- f. MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUIL0ING, FRANKFORT, KY. Are making greater efforts than ever, Ship Stuff, Brun. Shelled Oats, and Corn always an hand. Flour exchanged for wbe.it. All kinds of grain bought and sold. SEED OATS! AT THIS NEW SCFIESITGr-- to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at ,l Wholesale and Retail .IAS. J. SHAW. Muzzlo Loading Guns from 83.00 up j Breech Loading Guns from 85.00 up Revol vers from 50c.upt Enclose stamp f or48 page Illustrated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF GUNS 1 Pittsburgh, Pa. THE NEWSPAPER! newsy, able, good'and GOODS f cheap. 1! is simply immense. Their variety is (Henuv Wattkuso.n, The Oouricr-Journn- l, Editor), is by circulation and reputation tbo acknowledged Jteprneiilaltvc Xcienpnper of the South. As a reliable and valuublo newspaper, it has no superior in this country or in the world. It makes oarnost, vigorous war on the Protective Tariff Robbery and Mormon Polyg amy, two evils that blight tlio prosperity mid morality of the United States. It is ablo, bright and newsy, contains the strongest editorials, the most complete summary of tho news of tho world, tho best tolegraphio and general correspondence, full turf and stock reports, markot reports, fashion reports, Talmago's sermons, splendid original serial storios and novclttes, poetry, department for children, answers etc, etc.; in a word, everything to make it a delignt to tho family, th'o mechanic, and tho iuburer. Specimen copies and full descriptive premium circulars will bo sent free of ohargo to any one on application. Subscription term, postiige free, are for Dally, $12 j Sunday, $2; Weekly, $1 60. Larger Than Ever Before! Call and examine while stock is fresh. WE ARE GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more .1 Auy ono sending four yearly subscribers und $5 60 will bo entitled to an extra copy of tho ono year freo to any Weekly Courier-Journal li.vig-orato- r. address. Address W. N. HALDEMAN, President Courier-Journal A Handsome Transparent Picture. t '! (' Co.; Louisville, Ky. i. v.. V. ','& il .4 V: v k. "l M ?:y w; is. m sassxixtuMM 1 if Sv: ,. ,'y ' v - 'V- - tv & . FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, missed some weeks since, and which he Not a good plncc for snakes either. Mr. gave up as lost, but what was his surprise after hearching for nineteen days, to find it Frank Dickcv, of White Sulphur, was tearing down an old rock fence on Col. R. P. in a large sink hole alive and well. Dr. Geo. W. Chinn, of this place, was last Friday, nnd killed fifty-eig- ht snnkes in called Inst Tuesday to attend old uncle Tom a distance of fifteen feet. Mr Dickcv Parrent, who is quite ill at hi& home in An solemnly declares that he killed with a demon county. His tunny friends and rela- slick one snake five feel long which had two tives in this vicinity nrc sorry to hear of his months nnd was attempting to swallow a nllliction. frog at each mouth at the time his being Lnst Wednesday, circus day, two negro surprised and killed. Mr. H. P. Wnits was men were heard to engage in tliu following present and saw the snakes. If there is any incredulity entertained on the subject, Mr. conversation: ? Da say Dickey, the stick, and the stone fence nre "Is you gwyin to de bho still there to speak for themselves Midway it am might) good." "Psha.v no, go way honey, l's cyvyin to Clipper, sabc nil my money to go to de opposition in Yesterday as Henry F. Ganr, a farmer Louisville dis fall." living near Louisville, was paing through his farm, accompanied by two dogs, he was Harp. attracted by the pcculinr movements of the dogs to n large mocensin water snake. The Crops are looking well. snake was disporting herself in the grass with a whole colony of young snnkes, to the Wo have had n splendid rnin. number of sixty-nine- . As soon ns the snnkes The picture gallery will be at Hart) next saw their natural enemies the old one opened week. her mouth and the young ones all ran down We have two mails and six dispatches her throat. Fearing for the mother's life at swallowing the whole household of young per week at Harp. ones, the farmer collected his wits together Bnld Knob is getting civilized. We did and killed the mother snake, at the same not have a single fight this time. time destroying the young ones. The snake measured four feet six inches in length, nnd Dr. James Burget shot himself through three inches in dinmeter at the Inrgest part. the henrt Thursday, alter trying to kill bis Mr. Gaar lives near the City Alms-house- , older brother. nnd any one inclined to doubt this story can Mr. John Wily is running his ground hog have it substantiated from his own lips. this year. The boys sav they are getting Louisville Commercial, bth. tiredand will run it to the clift. Oar own county sees both of the above to-da- y Len Blythe has a Jersey calf that he Some Snake Stories. Chosape&k i anil Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Pepper's place, South Elkhorn Stock Farm, m Stoney Creek. Farmers rue nboul tlirouli cutting grass. We have liiul some rnin, but the crops heed a grent xleal more. The Simdayscliools here nml nt Antioch Bre progressing splendidly. New Life is given by using Brown's FOR , TUB S HEN YORK. The public school here 1ms from 40 to 40 scholnrn in dnily nttendance. There is to be another picnic nt Bald Knob Saturday. Everybody invited. Robert Ethitigton nnd wife, of Henry county, were visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Satnrdny and Sundny. There hns been a debating club organized which will meet nt the Glore Everybody on Friday night of each week. invited to attend. Your correspondent made n trip through a part of Henry county last week, and from wlint lie saw thinks the prospect for corn and tobacco is not good. Both have 6ufFered for want of rain. The converted Hindoo preached and lectured at Antioch Saturday nnd Sunday to quite large crowds. There were some who thought they knew more than the Hindoo, and interupted him by laughing and talking. Some of the Republicans of Bald Knob Snavk. voted for the negro candidate through a mistake, hut cannot vomit him up. John J. Reynolds, Flemingsburg, Ky , have numerous good reports from says: We think Mr. C. V. Bailey's story very the use of Brown's Iron Bitlers. flowery, but we think if he had not climbed the fence so high to get one more glimpse Point, Pleasant. of his lady friend he would not have to wear that old shoe. Dry, very dry John O'Brien. Louisville, says: "I have Everything needs rnin. found Brown's Iron Bitters to be a perfect Rossell is 6till in the calf Mr. James remedy for kidney complaint and constipa trade tion - on the sick list this Mis.-- Susie Owens "ON TO RICHMOND!" week. Mr. John Roell is confined to his room AND HYGEIA HOTEL AT 0I.D T01NT COMFORT. and yard with rheumatism. The Second Annual Excursion from LexJitntnie Updyke has not gotten so he can ington and Central Kentucky to Old Point Comfort nnd Washington, under the auspices walk any, but crawls about the house. of the Kentucky Female Orphan School of Mrs. Catharine Arnold and Miss Maggie Midway, will leave Lexington August 20th, Rosk'H attended the Louisville Exposition nt 4 P.M., and run through direct to the last week. H ygeia Hotel at Old Point. The attractions The big circus came off Wednesday and of this Excursion are many, and the low every body attended; some pleased, others rates charged for the trip should induce a The large number to visit the displeased. tickets to Old Point and price of round-triLizzie Stivers has been employed to Miss return will be 11. 00; Washington via Old teach the Fallen Oak school, near Scrabble, Point and Potomac River Steamer, and Shelby county. return same way, $13 00; Washington vin Miss Willie Belle Peters, of Scrabble, Old Point and Potomac River Steamer, reil via Alexandria and CharShelby county, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. turning lottesville. $14.00. Tickets will be good J. Shannon, this week. going only on the Special Excursion train Dr. T. V. Roy, the Hindoo, gave a lecture of August 20th, but will be good to return Saturday ami Sunday night at Antioch on regular trains until September 3d, with Church." He preached n sermon Sunday privilege of stopping over any point on the third chapter and fourth Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. from Collo-siais our life, shall verse: "When Christ, who The scenery of the Virginias is of the appear with Him grandest character so diversified that it appear, then shall ven-Udid the subject justice. in glory." He Dark canons and becomes enchanting. SOKRIQUKT. narrow defiles are followed closely by quiet One of our best citizen1! would say to the and picturesque valleys. The passage over public that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure the Allcghauics is high up on the mountains, nnd it is all that is claimed for it. Trice 75 overlooking, here a grimwlooking chasm, and there a brond, fertile valley. The eve cents per bottle. -can scarcely rest upon a spot that has not been sanctified by heroic deeds and made Bridgeport. memorable by the historian's pen. The Valley of the Shenandoah, Monti-cellA good rain. Gordonsville, Richmond, Seven Pines, Sweet potato crop splendid. Williamsburg, Fort McGruder, and through the Peninsula, Manassas, Bull Run, and Mrs. Lizzie Roberts is convalescent. Culpeper, all passed through the hottest Mr. J. D. Parrent has the boss watermelon battles of the late war. patch. This is the best season ot the year to enjoy Mr. Win, Scofield lias the best peach the bathing, fishing, sailini;. and crabbing orchard in this section. at Old Point Comlort; and a visit to the on the killing dogs havp made their ap- Springs Resorts a guv leturn trip will find Sheep throng on pleasure them filled with pearance in this vicinity. bent. Follow the advice of the John Minor Botts, "Whilst we Mr. Hiram Jett, of Jett's Station, is visitlive let us live," and take this trip by all ing friends in this vicinity this week. . Miss Bettie McWilliams has returned means. Tickets nnd pamphlets descriptive of the home from a visit to Shelby county. Route anil Resorts may lie obtained from J. W Jackson. Esq,, left Monday for Illi- W. W. Monroe, Lexington, Ky., orS. P. nois, where he will remain some time visit- Lucy, Superintendent Kentucky Orphan School, Midway, Ky. ing relatives. Misses Lillie and Emma Russell have State News. gone to Eminence to visit their grandparents, ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Woold Mule thieves are operating in Simpson Mr. Win, Craik, wife and daughter, of county. 'Frankfort, attended divine service at Franklin Presbyterian Church last Sunday. At the sale of Messrs. Woodnrd & Brass- Misses Ethel Cook and Serene Moreland field, in Lexington, Monday and Tuesday, attended the Shelby Association of Baptists, 180 horses brougnt $35,785. held at Mt. Vernon Church this week. A company is being organized in LexingMrs. Hattie Baxter and children, ol Madison county, have been visiting friend and ton for the manufacture of cars, locomotives relatives in this neighborhood this week. wagons, and other vehicles and all kinds of Minnie Jett, of Jett's Station, is furniture. Miss spending several weeks in this vicinity, the Four attempts have been made n Frank guest of her grandm other, Mrs Mnriani Gaines. lin recently to ditch the night lightening express train on the L. & N. Railroad, by Mrs. Oscar Farmer and children, of who have been visiting relatives in placing obstructious on the track. ithis section for several weeks, have returned ihome. Mr. Thompson Mnnion, a prominent of Frankfort, has citizen of Allen county, who mysteriously Mr. Campbell James, been out this week surveving the route for disnpenred from his home in Scottsvillc last the piKo mil is io conned mm piutc iw week, was found Tuesday morning covered the Benson Depot. up with leavs in the woods near that place. Masters Owen and Cochran Bailey, who He had lost his mind and was hiding from have been visiting relatives .in this section persons whom he thought were going to for several weeks, have returned to their kill him. in Louisville. home school-house, In the Winter it strengthens and warms the system; in the Spring it enriches the blood and conquers disease ; in the Summer it gives tone to the nerves and digestive organs; in the Fall it enables the system to stand the shock of sudden changes. Iron Bitters. ONLY PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE P A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. In no way can disease be so surely prevented as by keeping the system in perBrown's fect condition. Iron Bitters ensures perfect health through the changing seasons, it disarms the danger from impure water and miasmatic air, and it prevents Consumption, Kidney and Liver Disease, &c. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE ra STEW the direct route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL TOBS. w '! ! i.- and goes several belter, as will be seen from the following, which we clip Irom the Yeoman. A few days ago while constable Louis L. Cox was walking about his father's premises, in this county, he came across a plank which was lying on the ground, and lilting it up discovered a large gnrter snake. He killed the reptile, and upon investigation found snakes in her, which he nlso killed. Mr. Cox still retains the plank ns evidence of the correctness of the above. ninrtv-loursmall If. S. Berlin, Esq., of the n firm of H. S. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Droit Building, Washington, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th, well-know- 1881: Gentlemen : I take pleasure in stating that I have used Drown's Iron Litters for malaria and nervous troubles, caused by overwork, with excellent results. For tickets and further information apply to your nearest tloket-offlcor uddress James C.Ernst, General Westorn Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, Richmond, Virginia. tfl Sea-shor- e. p all-ra- interest of the district, nnd especially, to the completion of the Capitol building in KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. this city. He won't wait until seven days lipfnrn flip niliniirnnipnt tipfnrf iif nsks for The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinan apropriation to complete that desirable nati. ooject. Very Respectfully, Quick Time, Close and Sure ConMany Dkmocrats. PuniNOTox, Franklin County, Ky. Editor of the Roundabout: In InnlfitifT rkvfit ttiiQ Konalnrinl .tietrint Inr ..... WW ....U . .......v. a suitable man to Represent us in the Senate, to succeed the Hon. D. L. Moore, of Mer cer, we can think of no one so well qunlified l n li mr inai nonrnuie position as uoi. rnt inoe. d. Ford, of Frankfort. Mr. Ford is a man of talent and integrity combined, to very important elements to make an efficient Senator. Tom. Ford is limipst. nnd fnitlifnl ...... will lnnlc in tlin , . .. ... ,......., niul imitations. Iron Bitinsist on having ters, and it. Don't be imposed on Beware of Ask for Brown's .. i.iil. recomwith something mended as "just as goody The genuine is made only by the Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. ira ira n mo TO THE SOUTH AND WEST runny Nashville, WITHOUT CHANGE IN PALME. Memphis, CHS T FROM LOUISVILLE TO '' v,y i i ; nections. Little Rock, Montgomery, Advertised Letters. Frankfort, Ky., August Bowman. Mrs EC Brown. Jannie Burns. T J Elemore, Lou Jordan, A L Jones, Geo W Ilockens, Mrs Long, Green Miller, Snphranie Murtagb, James Peacher, Dicksey Pifer, Chas Stone, John Walker. Hattie 18, 1883. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve. Covington No. 2. No. 3 00 4. so, 1883. ns - o, Brewster, John Biggers, James N Davis, Thos G Hocker. Lizzie (2) Jackson, Andrew Johnston, Johnson Hanen, Joshap Major, Bob Mason, Henrv Olson, Thos Parker. Annie Rase, Maudie Sanford, Willie Walker, Miss II ar riate F Say advertised when calling for the above letters. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. lino of this road will receivo special low rates For Routes, Rates, Time, tto., see- E. P. Bhvan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, O. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. - 4 No. 6. rn m 8 10 a m . . Falmouth . . 9,40 a m Cynthiana . . 10.50 a m . " Paris 11.30 a m Arr. Lexington . . 13,15 P rn Lve. Lcx'gt'n L & N 7.00 a m 8. to a Arr. Franklort, . " " ... 4.20 5.10 5.35 6.15 p p 4.10 I 111 2.25 j) m p p p 1,15 p m 6.49 m 7.22 m 8.10 m 3.02 lUlljlviiiN lrJ Sfipltinr tinman nn TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve. Frankfort. Arr. Lexington Lve. Lexington Falmouth. . , . No No. 1. in 111 No. 5.5J 7.05 3.00 3.40 4.11 5.05 6.20 5. S. F, Smith, M. D. 10.27 a m 5.15 p 11.37 a in o.tz p 7.30 a m 8 20 a m 8.55 a r.i 10.00 a in 11.30 a in 2.03 2.45 3.18 4.20 6.03 G. A. D. 'IK own, M. D I'aris Cynthiana . . . p m p m p 111 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office Arr. Covington. p in p m RHEUMATISM! Immediate Belief in all Oases by 11 MAVSVILLE DIVISION. No. 6.00 6.45 7.08 7.20 9.00 11. Surgeons, STATIONS. Lve: Lexington No. 9. 4.45 P m 5.35 r m O.00 p in 6.20 p m Arr. Millersbnrg Carlisle . Maysville . . I'aris. . . . . a m itr a.:tn k fort, ky. Church, DIt. RUSH'S BLOOD ROOT OIL! Cured of Jiheumatium in Two Hour. 7.50pm 10. a m a m a in a m 12. S. and rosidenoe next door to tho Baptist ClnirBtrei-t-. iEV PLANING MILL." STATIONS. Lve. Maysville , " Carlisle. . . " Millersbnrg No. 6.00 7.30 7.50 8.15 9.10 No, Arr. I'aris " . . . Lexington . a a a a a m 12,30 p m m 2.00 p m m 2.18 1 m m 2.40 p m m P m J. Is M. now WAKEFIELD Pinning Mill, to furnish Having reoontly added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Buffalo, N. Y May i, i88j. mouth 8.00 p. 111. Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points North, East and West. Special rates to emigrants. Ask the agent at the above named places for a time s oils and liniments, and many physicians l02te." Round trip tickets without relief. The last Dr. I visited recommended folder of "Hliic-Gras- s from Maysville and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at I purchased Dr. Hush's a large bottle for fifty cents, and applied it. In two reduced rates. For rates on household goods and Western tickets hours I was relieved and now I am entirely well. Its effects are wonderful, and I believe it the only thing address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. in the world which will cure rheumatism. C. !.. IIKOWN. Truly yours. Gen'l. I'ass, and Freight Agent. JOHN HUTCHINSON, O. W. UENDF.K, Supt. 89, Erie St.. Uufialo, N. V. first-clas- Dr. Ituih's Mcdieal Atmociation : Gbmtlemrn. I have been troubled with rheumatism for two years, I tried all the best advertised Trains No. 4 and 5 run daily; all others daily ex. cent Snnday. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6.20 a. m., arrives at Covington 8.20 a. in. No. 8 leaves Covington 5.55 p. m., arrives at Fal- prepared all kinds of m i' fin n ALSO "Hlood lioot Oil." Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 & Turning Gotten out in the Best Style. 1 tf. ?."y DR. RUSH'S BLOOD ROOT OIL EDWARD M. DRANE MILLER'S AGENT, GB.AX2T DEALEB, PKANKPORT 1C"V VV tl,e l,cw cro of wheat nt the highest price. Don't sell until you sec him. lie buys for the Southern trade; has always pnitl better prices than any buyer in the market. Will receive grain at any point on the River or Railroad, June lO-'i- m Thousands of graves are annu- roljM oi their victims. j""'vscu, Happiness and health rcktorcu liy use of the great IbUJjJjJjU mmrrmtmrntm-rWhich positively Jc.-uii.esclf-ahus- "'y Louis--vill- has no equal in the world as n Liniment or Oil. It Is a cheap, safe, simple and sure external remedy for man or beast. It never fails to cure GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R and permanently cures JMPO-TENCby excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that a ns loss of energy, los sequency of of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dim. ncss of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature Krave. iM" Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail. I lie INVIGORATOR is sold at St per box, or six boxes for $s, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F.J. CHENEY, 113 Adams St., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by Y RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Solatlca, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of tho Cheat, Quut, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swelling and Pains, Burns nnd Scalds, General Bodily Sprains, Tooth, Eurnnd Htadaohe, Frosted Feet nnd Ears, and all other Pains and Aahos. It Is put up in two sizes. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all druggists ovorywhoro, or sent direct upon receipt of prico by D it. It van's Mkdioal Association, Nunda, H. V., U. S. A. TT7TLL HE IN THE MARKET FOR JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH B1D1U. is ' - 'ZJfr'. PPWflPPIiWlIMM :&:- - ,,;wofe w ., mJLAZI Jy' . , flifrrf truHr 7V : L v .' 1