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Mr. Guilford Sanders had 14 Numtier 13. Masonic Notices. sheep killed ON FROM THIS SAL!! DAY OH THHOUGH THE HOLIDAYS AN ENDLE3S VARIETY OF FIHE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, MUFFLERS. &C. Elegant Merchant Tailor OVERCOATS! Owing to tho long continued flnc weather, wo have determined to sell from our Memmoth Stock all styles of Holiday Quods, including Handsome SuitK and Overcoats, at lower prices or ns low prices as nny wlinlesalo houso will, at least theso giods must and will bo sold at the following prices : SUIT .ajstd i 50 Silk Umbrellas from $4.50 to $10.00. 35 Gentlemen's Silk Mufflera at $4.00, former prioe $6.00, 40 Gentlemen's Silk Mufflers at $2.50, former prico $5.00. 200 Geutlemen's Silk Handkerchiefs at 50 oents to $1.50, former prices $1.00 to $2.50. Merchant Tailor Overcoats, silk lined, at $30.00, former price $18,00. 500 Handsome Sacque Suits at $12,00, 'former prioe $18.00, 300 Handsome Cutaway Suits at $14.00, former prioe $20.00. Prock Suits 200 Handsome at $18.00, former prioes $25.00. 175 Fairs Fine Silk Suspenders at 2.25, former prioes $4.00. Double-breasted Remember, from this data is tho proper time to wake your selections, Don't wait until al those are sold, or you will hare lost a bargain. CRUTCHER STARES - 437 AND 439 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY- ILIISTMT.I1 CATALOITL weather turning warm, His honor Esquire W B. Tracy, of Bald Knob, paid the Point a visit last" FrU day. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilnrrod and son, Alfred, of .Scrabble, Shelby county, vUited her Bister, Mrs. It. J. Shannon, Thursday and Friday. Mr. Wm. Hnrrod and wife, of Flat Creek, who have been vimtine. their daughter, Mrs. Henry Folsgrove, of Belle Point, on their return home paid the foinl a ninr visit. Mr. .J. 11. llarrod, of Shelby county visited Hawk Eye Saturday. Miss Katie Fincel, of Frankfort, visited her sister, Mrs. Updyke, last Thursday. II. .1. Shannon and wile visited Mrs. Shannon's lather, Mr. Allred Kodgers, near Scrabble, last Sunday. Misses Sallie Hopper and Belle Moore, ol Antioeh neighborhood, visited Mrs. H. J. Shannon Monday. Mr. Eil. Stivers, of the Point, wai the guest of Mr. Butler Glore Monday night. Mat says that the people thought he could not mnrry, therefore he jutt married toshow them that he could. He pasted along the pike singing ns merry ns a lark, "I've got a little wile to go home to." Messrs. Jo. Konch and .lames Sheridan, while getting out rock to build a chimney for K. J. Shannon last Thursday, Dec. 5th, killed a snake. One said it was a viper and His the other says he was a copper-head- . snnkeship made battle. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Arnold, of Belle Point, vtsited this neighborhood Sunday. Mr P. Updyke has been for the last two weeks at Fritnkfoti slauglitening hogs lor Messrs II. and C. W. Fincel. Mr. Geo. Fncel visited Mr. and Mrs. Updyke Sunday. Mr. James Kossell has moved into his new house, where ho cordially invites all his friends to call and sec him. Clipper does not know the difference between hfcir and feathers when he says an Indian scalp is the scalp of a hooting owl. Yon must feel again, Clipper. Rusty Cuss went last Monday to buy him another mill. He is Kointo. grinding on a larger scale than ever before. Gather up your bones and have them ready, for he will come around he told me he was going to buy the mill, I nm glad that so many of the corre-- . pondents of the Roundabout have expressed their willingness to meet Dec. 29th. Hope all will be present, as there are a great many of them that 1 do not know only by their mm dc plume. I shall be glad to mingle with them. Messrs Jo. Roach and James Sheridan, of Shelby county, have done a good piece of masonry in the way ol a chimney. They go next to Mr. Fielding Lewis'. Mr. James Goin and wife, of Frankfort, and Mrs. Fran Thomson, of Paris, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Smith. Hawk Eve. -- Some of the fanners have kllcil hogs. I hear of boiiic who huvp trilled ami have lad their meat to spoil on account of the We again express the desire that those who are interested in this matter will speak out and let us know their sentiment? in the premises. The suggestion of "A Common Teacher" that the teachers meet in Frankfort on the 22d of December, 1883, and take action in regard to this matter, is a good one. We hope njfull representation will be present and some steps may tie taken that will lead to u final consummation of tho object sought. by dogs lost Sundny night. Several Ioi4 have been killed that were known to have FRANKFORT R. A. CHAPTER, been guilty, others are still at Inrge, but will No. 3, meets in regular monthly combe likewise dealt with as soon ns caught. munication on Tuesday evening, We think It very strange that the teachers )ec. iSth, at 7 o'clock. in this county remain so quiet in regard to . P. J. R. STAFFORD, F. G. Montgomery, .SVr'j'. the money justly due them accruing from railroad tax. But three, so far as we are inFRANKFORT COMMAN-dery- , formed, have yet expressed any concern in No. 4, meets in regular the matter. It may be the other 40 are so monthly conclave on Thurswell situated financially tlint the paltry day evening, Dccomber 20th, sum above mentioned is of no consequence, and therefore not worth the effort it would at 7 o'clock. ISAAC WINGATE, E. C. take to obtain it. W. S. Dkhoni.y, lice. If we, who are toiling dav after day to instruct the youth of the land in the founda Choice lot of Christmas goods at tion principals of nn education, are not willing to arise and assert our rights, wc low prices. Banta'3 New Store, may expect to be run over and trodden Between the Bridges. under foot as the scum of creation. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-LawAND A , Aoal Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, nnd will also giyo specia Attention to the pitrchaso and fain of real estnto collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. m June 25-l- y. ! JUST RECEIVED BY For Toys Call atBanta's, opposite State House. Sulphur Lick. The spnee generally allotted newspaper correspondents being necessarily circumscribed it behooves them to write multum in parvo. Bridgeport. Tom Petit's many tiiends and relatives in thi section are lejuicedin his accession to a clerkship in Congress. Mrs V. Scclleld and Miss Bettie Roberts have been in Shelby county this week, visiting relatives. Mr. Wm. Parker, of Frankfort, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Russell, this week. Preparations are being mnde for a larger tobacco crop next year limn for any previous year in this section. We are under many obligations to Mr. Sam O. Crockett and Miss Jncque Jackson lor a delightful musical entertainment last Tuesday night. 'Squire .1. W. Jnck-owho has been in Ill.iuois, in attendance on his lumber, Mr. Jas. Jackson, who has been very ill, has returned home, and reports him very much better. Dr. Geo. China has moved into his house recently purchased and lilted up. A grand soiree at Mr. Henry Sanders' last Monday night. Mr. Wm. Scofleld and wife entertained a few friends at their residence hist Monday night. The occasion was one of great enjoyment to all present. Mr. Paiker Satterwhite, of Missouri, visited friends and relatives in this place this n, SISETTT PAGES. kmkUhilkivA SILVER-PLATED WARE, French and American Clocks. Spectacles and instructions how to usn your We aro giving interesting prices. alogue. o, cs cat- Send for X jY. ' OTIS W. SNYDER, Upper Strirt, Manufacturing Jowoler. Lixingtoii, A'yf days since. The uuul school exercises and Christmas tree connected 'therewith will uke place Monday evening, Dec. 'M, Si);5, at 0 o'clock. All are cordially ipvited to attend and to the entertainment of the children. We earnestly desire to see the Editor of the Koundauout present. The MisMiuri lever that wns raging so leail'ully in this section a Hhort time since has about subsided and not a single exit cither. Mr. Ilnrvy Blythe left lust week for Louisville, where he expects to reside in the future. few I eon-tiibu- week. Mr. Wm. French, of Simpsonville, paid a visit of ureat importance to this section a here was a sound ol revelry ny night music and the dance, at the Waldner Bro.'s a few nights ago, and all went merry as a marriage bell. The suggestion made some time ago by cousin Hawk Eve that all the correspondents of the Roundabout meet at the Editorial sanctum on the 29th inst., seem to meet with general favor, and I will most assuredly try to put in an appearance. The debate nt Pleasant View on last Wednesday night was well attended and the question, "Which has the greater right of complaint,ngaint the Whites, the Indian or Negro," was verv ably discussed by J. Hulettand C. S Quire, in the affirmative, and J. R. Hnrrod and Willis Rodgcrsin the negative, but no satisfactory conclusion being reached it has been decided to the same question at that place on "Wednesday night, the 19th inst. A very peculiar bet was made a few days ago by two prominent citizens living near here, one of whom is a merchant, the wager being a nickel each. A certain individual from over the line had purchased a bill of goods Irom said merchant and aked credit for a short time, which was granted, whereupon the other citizen promptly laid the above wager that the debt would never be paid, g'ning tho merchant one thousand years in which to make the collection. John Warren, sr., on old and highly respected citizen of this community, was stricken with paralysis on the 12th tilt., trom which he died in a very short time. The funeral services were held by Rev. J. A. after Peters at the residence of the dtcen.-ewhich tiie remains were interred in the old churchyard at Lebanon. Mr. Warren, was a native of Clark county, and was born "near Winchester in the year lSOO, but temoved to this county about 1S40 since which time he hns been a resident here. He profesed religion in his youthful days and lied an exemplary Christinn through life. His wile, llie companion of his joys and sorrows, him in a green old age, with the condolence of many friend", nnd 'he blessed assurance that her earthly los is his eternal gain. As the question has been raised concerning the of a part of the school f it nit and has been carried into the which muiiM courts for adjudication, tribunal has refused to act in relation thereto; ami ns there seems to be a covert design on the part of certain officials to bring the matter beforo the incoming Legislature, for the purpose ol defeating the ends of justice by requesting that body to enact some measure by which to quash the whole proceedure. Therefore suggest to the Teachers of Franklin county, that we meet in convention at the Court house in Frankfort, on Saturday the 29th. itiM., it 10 o'clock a. m., anil take some decided action in reference to the matter. Let I here he a full attendance, not only of teachers, but all others interested in the cause of education. i d, Mir-vives 1 liurus. Teachers' Meeting". te In response to the suggestions of a f'oin-mo- n School Teacher, in the last Hoiwpa-iiou- t, the Common School Teachers ol Franklin county and of Kentucky are requested to meet in Frankfort on Saturday tit December 22d, lSSJI. at the Couit-hou2 p. m., to taliesteps in regard to the question ol the taxes paid by railrond companies, under the Public School Luwsol Kentucky. Papers friendly to the cause of education Take u chance in the quilt at Crutcher will please publish this call. Many Teachkus. Storks'. Only a few more chances left. nt e; e The weather is fine and business lively. Corn wagons are heard chucking early and late. Mrs. Dr. ITorine and daughters--, of Grosf ensburg spent the day with Mrs. S M. Tinsley last Monday. Mrs" T. B. Johnson and Mrs. Thompson Johnson spent Monday with Mrs. Frank Crutcher, at GrnMetishuig. has the fastest trotter in Owen Tin-le- y this part of the conntrv, but Charley Johnson has the best puller. Annie L. Johnson nnd Sallie from a visit to Sharp have just friends in Shelbvville. E E. Wings and G. B. Roach talk of moving to Shelby county and engaging in the farming business. We regret that they have decided to leave us, and are especially sorry lor some of the young ladies, who have become so accustomed to Eddie's Sunday evening calls that they will be lonely indeed without him Mrs T. 13. Johnson spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. S. M. Tinslej. MifS Janie Thacker, of Shelby county, spent last week witli her cousin, Miss Hnttie Thacker. of ibis vicinity. The people of Graefetisburg and vicinity are already making preparations for the Christinas tree to be given at that place December 23th, and we leel sure it will be a grand success. The young Indies and gentlemen of this neighborhood, who attended church at Clay village on Sunday seemed to be enjoying their drive verv nicely as they returned, so much so that the couple driving the black horse neglected to use their lines and the horse walked up against the side of the bridge and stopped. We did think that some of the young ladies of our community had such nn ex tensive claim on J. J. Smith, the that even an angel could not sever the bonds which held him here, but one of llardinsvilles fairest damsels proved hersel too Sharp for our country uirN, and has worked his mind up to such an extent that iie oes moping about his tent neither eating or drinking, but longing for the sweet day of bliss to come. Prof. Carter has just closed a live month's chnol at Ilitrdiuaville, and notwithstanding this is hi- lourth se. ion at that place, there has not been a single objection to his teaching, and the patrons of the school if to secure his services for at least another term. We heaitily concur with our Bridgeport correspondent in his opinion as legards the pioposed appropriation for a new jail, and can safely say that there is not an individual in our community who is in lavor of said But we, n a unit, are of appropriation. the opinion thnt a jail is intended lorn place of sale keeping or punishment, and hotel. 1101 as a Esquue S. M. Tinsley bus ju-- t returned from Bullitt county, and tiirniahcs us with the following account ol his trip. We give it in his own language, as nearly as possible: "Leaving home on Sundaj mornini! I drove to Shelbyille in company with I'ioI. Outer, and alter spending the night in Shelbvville 1 took the train forShephirdville by way ol Louinville; had a slight wreck on ihe injured. 1 think way, but no one Bullitt countv the poorest county in the State, but filled with geneiou, clever people. Alter two days and nights' hard work I succeeded in selling the larm of T. B. Johnson for $1,100 (lately purchased by said Johnson lor S37!). and received as com peiiMttion tor my services $100 and expenses. returned home by way of Bardstown, stopping at the Central Hotel ol that place; found the proprietors to be mot estimable and ucpommodating gentlemen, and their fur neatness and pleasant hotel uusurpiis-e- d accommodation. I was conducted Irom thence 10 Bloomliehl by one of the proprietors. Mr. George Hughes. My trip was one indeed." altogether a very plea-ahe always retains Good for the his well deseived icpiitntiou as line salesman, lir.t cla.-- s trader, and an honoiabic gentleman. Esquire S. M. Tinsley and Prof. Carter left Thuivdiiy evening lor Elkhorn, lor the purpose of selling a biidue in thnt vicinity. Punch and J udv. Mi-ses . BERBERICH, Wmff Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, m BKXWEKN m ft;, KS &9 MAIN and BR0ADWAI Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin;, ana newest styles of fanoy French casslmcros. He is prepared tnako them up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylish nnd comfortable. febS-fi- t. m i to El W. J. CHINN, DEALER IN t ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell FOR CASH! WOODFORD COUNTY atthe very lowest figures FARM FOB. SALE- OFFER my farm of :8i acres, located on the Mill-viland McCracken's Mill turnpike, one mile from Grassy Springs Church, for sale at 533 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and tvo years with interest. Iluildings and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS. Aug. Miilxillc, Ky. I lc i8-5- photo-jiraphe- r, $100.00 A-GKEHSTTS! A WEEK! I Wo can guaranteo tho abovo amount to good, active, energtic Ladies n3 well as gentlemen, make a succojs in tho business. Vory little capital required. We li.ivo a household article ns salablo as flour. -- - de.-ir-e, po-sib- le. is used every day in every family. You do not uoed to expluin its merits. Thero is a rich harvest for nil who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs you only one cent to learn wha our business is. liuy a postal card and write to us and wo will send you our prospectus and filt y. It It Sells Itself! FREE! particulars lirsi-chif- And wo know you will derive more good than you have any idea of. Our reputation ns a manufacturing company Is such that wo can not to deceive. Writo to us on a postal and glyo your address plainly and receive lull particular?. Sept. aJ'-fo- rd BUCKEYE is-i- M.VF"3. CO., Marion, Ohio. Farm for Sale. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY farm of S. acres, three and a quarter miles cast of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, on the Versailles pike. Address JOHN A. SIDENER, Dec. Frankfort, Ky. I 1 ilMmoi MMyroivVTOKy. fift 11 An e otlrtlj Nf wad poiitircljr effective Jli I Remedy for the tpeeJv and permanent cure of Seminal Emissions and Impotenoy tv the only tru ar, tii , VutA A phtttioii t tU prlociMlfcwtt or U IAmu. lit uk of tot rein ij U tuiiJ4 with nt rin or fncooTfuicDO, uj dots nI Uttrfert itb Ibf orvlinv; puruU lift. TbU nod of tnttntnt bu 9 uw-- tb tut la Ttr wmt cum, no ul Ulrot)oupronouoord sucwm. Thj U no nonif m about thii prtpAntioo obMrt alios Mm ua U guirtaifo u con aauincuea. jo.uiy tho Mfkal tiut win iitt ptriwi latwoal ccJl bj wt dtJtfOf iwni moat trcd of rtacMng and curing UiU verv pro rale at (null. Too lUmtJj ti u up iKMUti, tfthr , N. I (fit Bg mtth), f N. 3 (ttOWIt t t m) t&t N. 3(lwUnff IhrMiiiuttw. ArtlTtniMHt curat FtJ rturt vifur it th Wttrvt cum), will may iiuinwm t. $n ty hfel, M44 la jmJ h a 0Mr lit tiif)iU. tfif AiMMBirtl i)MimbM.HlcU wHtien .! fit 1 ftttvvJ. I W lha lttt f lif. nm M if Mf ffftl. Hm MtU4 for mmi. HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFO OHEMI8TS, BUrkf t mid Hih Wtrfet. r. un)iw. - y.,, J FREE! RELIABLE iiiuoi uoicii ami SELF-CUR- E, & am a favorite nroscrlntlon of 01111 of ilia 6UCCCS9UU sneciuneisiii inuu.s. (nowictlredjrortliociiroofArerroiinBrliJWfi. Xont Mmiltoot,)VeaJ:nena autl Dt'cai.Snnl lnplaluscalcil t'livclopi'rccUruKKlatscttuBlUt, Addrcii DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. :a FRAiNKFORT post-offic- it, m ROUNDABOUT. The 'best wagon in town for one dollar at S. Fuhs'. Miss Hnllio Gault, who has been "quite ill, is iinproving slowly. e tSnterod at tho at Frankfort, Kentucky as second class raaUf.blc matter. Advertised Letters. Anderson, Caroline Mack, Ella Hallau, Erasmus Urawning, James II Mis Edith Shelton, of St. Louis. Mo.r who hns been vimtiug Mrs. Edmund Botts, this county, for several weeks, will leave or her home v. Miss Carrie Uiinly, fof this county, will leave for St. Louis this morning to spend the winter. Mrs. C. A Nelson returned Saturday from n vNit of hcverul weeks to relatives in Madison county. Mrs. Margaret Egbert 1ms been visiting relatives in Alton this week. Miss Hnllie Herndon returned Thursday from a week's visit to Louisville. to-d- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! From now until DECEMBER 31 ST, when we shall make our Christ mas Presents, every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Mechandise and over will receive a printed, signed, and numbered guarantee ticket warranting every article sold by us to be as low,! if not lower in price than same quality can be bought elsewhere. EVERY PATRON IN ANY DEPARTMENT will receive one of the Guarantee Tickets. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Fiunkfout, Ky 'Eja.itor and DECEMBER 15, 1883. FRANKFORT, . ' Foster, Fletcher, Thomas Alec fc Gordon, Don't forget the quilt at Crutclier Gaines, Harry W Thomas, Chailcy Grave?, Sarah 'Stnrks'. A few more chances left. Everything good to eat at Banta's. White, Delilah Hales, Almira A Wash, Hcttic good second-han- d Henly, II Fou Sam:. Warren, Fannie boiler, by 3tt. Apply to Ferguson As Jones, J C W L Whalen, Henry Kennedy, At Madison, Ind., on the .steamboat Hornot, Meek. Kennedy, Daniel W Woodson, John (2) bv tho Rev. Mr. E. A. Dobb, on December 9, Lewis, Emma Warren. John I8S3, J. M. Pkvtov, jr., and Miss Lavinia The ltXw3 of the Presbyterian Church Lyole, Maiy Woods, Lizy Dlaok, daughter of Thomas Black, all of FrankLee on their Christ Mann, Alter Williams, cleared'pomething nonr $250 lin county, Ky. Coulter llockman & Wallace, Marry mas market Thursday night. Williams, Robert Co DIKD. Please sny advertised when calling for up her hoardMrs. Vandlvere has given In thh city, on Tuesday, December 11th, 1893, J. G. Hatcimtt, P. M. ing house and removed to one of Miss these letters. Mr. Adam Glum:, after a lingering illness with rVenie Herndon's houses, on Logan street, dropsoy. Lebanon Ridge. South Side. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! Mrs. Emma Baxter, of Midwnyis visiting Novelties in Toys at Banta's. , her daughter, Mrs. Mnry Jane Lee. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale ! Mrs. Mnry Gipson U visiting Mr. John Mr. Frnuk Hnrper,t of Woodford, the .& owner of Longfellow and Ten Broeck, has Warren this week. Mr. Tom. Woods, of Shelbv county, visited Baptist NEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, presented the Forks of Elkhorn Mr. James Roberts last week. article of hogsconstantly on hand a Church, in this county, with a new carpet. Rusty Cuss passed over the ridge last heads which they offer for sale, cither set up comcheap for cash. Special plete or in the Monday, en route home from Frankfort. prices on car load lots. Patronize home Industry. Mr. Dan. Glanton, having sold bin farm The Lebanon Ridge meichait is going to Dec. near Bloomington, has rented from Mr. Joe raise his own peanuts this year. Mr. ilham Rodgers has bold Jus (arm Robison his farm on Pea Ridge, known as ol GO acres to Mr. Charlie Batter for $500. the Sneed Place, and removed his family to Nix, of Autioch. is mistaken about Frank it the first of the week. Moore, ol Sand Ripple. He is from Shelby IF YOU WANT NICE county, Six Mile Cieek. Johnnie Cassell says if his girl will take Mr. Maize, the toll gate keeper, visited Toys, Fresh French Candies, Cakes n chance in the raftle for the quilt she will Mr. Hugh Keardcn and &ol Harlow. The youngest child of Mr. E. L. Lee, have equlvolent to two chance?, because if AND OTHnit which has been hick with scrofula, is better. she wins she will get it, and if he wins she Mr. Sam Cain, of Lebanon Ridge, went to will certainly get it. Frankfort with a ungon load of wheat to mill last Monday. y for Messrs. John nud Charlie Samples sold for Christmas now is your time to call Go to Howard Bros', their erop of tobacco to 0. B. Polsgrove lor hefore the rush' begins. Everything in my fine cakes, fruit and confections, the round sum ol $S07 03. Beat that, if you stock warranted fresh and nice. Call and see North end St. Clair street, Bridge. can, oil" of six acres. me. I hope to meet you all at the office of the Celluloid is being substituted for type Editor on the 29th. All must be there. Do wust whuppin dat a man eber gits is metal in making stereotype plates. It is done by a coward. Pen up a snappin cur Hot Rolls claimed the celluloid will wear longer than nn' he ken whup all dedogs on de plantametal. The advertisement headed "patents,'' tion. There was a social party given at Mr. in another column, is a cut made of this Dee. Thompson Herrell's Thursday night, which material. of! very quiet. The following were passed Curt Messrs. Tom Rodgers. present: The new Opera House is nearly completed. Rodgers. Newton Harrod, James Miller, Joe The chairs are being put in, the scene Paris, Berry Duncan, Geoff'ery Rodgers, UP AS A STRAY BY F. M. Harrod, George painter is at work on the drop curtain and Bob Harrod, John J. Misses Conway, living on the Stony Creek Rosa Shaw, Miller. The ladies were it is expected that the opening will take Lizzie Allen, Henrietta Alleu, Calla Shaw, turnpike road, five miles from the City of Frankfort, on the 3d day of Dec., 1S83, one place on the evening of the 21st or 27th. Lind Ellen Harrod, Margaret Pulliam. hlack horse, four years old, one white hind CUI'I'UR. The Committee of the Council have secured foot, star in its forehead, about fifteen hands Clara Scott Combination for the two high, hut no marks or brands, and which I the appraised at fifty dollars. Flat Creek. nights, and after that it will be opening Given under my hand this 3d day of Dec., turned over to Mr A. C. Wood, the lessee. 18S2. R. A. Thomson, . F. C. C. So here we go. Black haws are plentiful. Messrs. S. & J. H. Told have opened a Hurrah for the 29th. wholesale and retail coal office at the grocery Mr. Tom Rodgers returned home Sunday of Mr. II. R. Williams, in South Frank- evening from a visit to friends near "Emifort, where they will be glad to receive nence ami Belle View. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Since Ilnwk Eve speaks ol iJohn Rossell's orders for the best quality of coal at the drinking the healing waters of the quarry ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full lowest prices. Mr. Peter E. Told will springs, it seems reasonable that those noted Weight, Bottom Prices. always be found in the office, and will be spiiugs which have been so much talked Telephone connection No. 36. assisted by Mr. Campbell Stelle. who run about are healing a6 must be the ca-- e with fie got tired lookoffice of Messrs. Ilord A: Rufus nt Sulphur Lick, he found at the beautiful scenery, drank its Trabue, and vjll give any information ing at the heal ng wnteis and became fo sound and tf. FRANKFORT, KY- which mav be desired. well that he has gone home,' and that is the Dec. Whenever you reason he has quit writing There came near being a serious accident get ill again, Ruins, come back to the we love to read your writing. nt the intersection ot Brondway and Ann Lick; and Judy, have a good Mr. Punch streets Wednesday morning. Mrs. L. Labrot boundary between the bridges, as we can and one of her childien were out riding, elbow off as far as Tom ICeler's Fliirh and in passing one of the City Mills de- bridge. So you can spread out over the livery wagons at that point the wheels of broad expanse. Sunday evening four 011112 men viz: Pat STOCK. the two vehicles became entangled, and Harrod, Wallace Quire," Dave Phillips, and AN before they could be extricated, the yard George Miller went a courting. After being engine came up the track and so frightened at the home of the daiies some time they olorined nt seeing a smoke raise up .the horses attached to the carriage that it becameneighbor's house was on lire. The last I HAVE ONT HAND as if a was as much as three or four men could do we hraitl Iroin them they had almost run to prevent their running away. The engine ihenibclvcrt to death. When they reached was stopped, however, in time to prevent any (lie house that thev thoughtwiiH on the they meat-houand more damage than a bad scare for the found onlv a smoke in the the owner was busy phning marbles occupants of the carriage and a broken etrap You must be more certain next time, boys. or two. The correspondent attended a debate at e Wednesdaj A show case devoted to prevents for gentlemen. Pleiinnnt View A big line of A fine Jersey Cow belonging to Mr. W. J. night which was exciting in the extreme. The was: Which lian a greater right Chinn, while grazing in the Coleman Spiinc question to complain ol t lie treatment received at the lot, in South Fiankfort, Thursday morning, hands of white men, the Indian or the negio. was shot by .some unknow person and her left The question was discussed bv Mr James (bought in San Franolsoo). Plush Mirrors, hind leg broken. She was valued at $500, Hulette mid Charlie Quire, in the affirmaPlaque Frames, Ac, &c. Mr. Chinn having paid $400 for her last year tive, and James Harrod and Willis Rodgers negative. Th? former came out win- $32 Come und see the finest Assortment in in Pennsylvania, and is with calf by Regina's in the the elty. ner not by speaking but by predujice The broken on the part ol the judges. Rex, a fine bull in Pennsylvania. hone has been set and the leg placed in plasJumiio. ter, and every effort will be made to save her life; but it is feared she cannot be saved on Personal. account of her condition. Mrs. S. P. Browder and Miss Florrie This is the result of the promiscuous shoottho ing that is kept up in that section of the city Owen left Tuesday morning for a visit to MUNN k, 1. & .Helm BcirNTinoAirrniOAy. eon. Ilriii i touet l.ir riitonts, Ciiveu jt, Truilo Louisville. Winks. Coprrlfrlits, for tlio United Stater. Canni. by boys and hunters, and the attention of the l'.uiJ.t'Kl, lT.iiiin. Uorrrmny, cto. liana J o'cuoout LecC. Woodson, who has been makMr l'jiiunls f.nt Irio. n yearn' Oiiurienco police is called to it. The city limits were ing his home in Kansas for 'the past year, InthoMcih.Miiio AMtiiifAN, tliJ 'St.Ma extended sons to include that territory in order is visiting relatives in this cit. niost widely rlroiilntwl Bdentfoo &Mtt jC'tr. Weekly. BpVn;lll cnBruvl.iUH unci Irterwwin,?. inMrs. Judged. 11. Lewis and Mrs. Judge to put a stop to just such practices, hut it formation. Specimen copy oft ho He euilOtiAiier seems it has done little good. Persons living A. E. Richard, who hnve been quite ill at AMKitiCAM on co, aeiBroaUHuy, Kevt Yorfc the Capital Hotel for the past two weeks, in the neighborhood heard the report of the improving. are pistol and saw the cow fall where she stood Mrs. J. B. Lewis returned Tuesday Exenear the spiing, hut no one knows who did it. nlternoon from a two weeks visit to relatives in Fayette county. Office Can't the police find out? up-rijret Black and white notice tit S. Fiiiis'. Cole, Ada Calwell, Emcline John cakee made on fcliort Diidimnn, 11 , Dec. 13th, 1883. Morse, EUita Mcirer, Geo D McUctiick, Mary Unani, Dollle UiehariWon, A L Kahin, Carrie Stringer, Mattic A Simpson, Marthia Shannon, Mamie Samuels, Mnry Lucy Stone, Florence D. H. BALDWIN & CO.'S BEST $500 Upright Cottage Piano. This Piano was selected with special care by eminent musicians from the well known and reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, Every lady patron of our house, in Ky. List price of same is $500. any department, will receive a ticket. Piano is now on exhibition in our window. Also an RODMAN SAW-MILknock-dow- SNEED, I first-clas- !! first-clas- s OHEISTMAS TRICKS! from the reliable firm of Bridgcford & Co., Louisville, Ky., and is wars Cooking and Baking Range, will be ranted by them to be a presented to some patron of our Mens Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and Hat Departments December 31st, 1883. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value 75. Also a handsome SET OIL WALNUT BED-ROO-M At FURNITURE CONFECTIONS, S. FUSTS. to-da- will be presented to some patron of our Millinery and Carpet Departments; on December 30th, 18S3. A Guarantee Ticket with each purchase of One Dollar and over. Value $100. NO CHARGE is made, directly or indirectly, for these tickets. They are complimentary to our customers. It makes no difference what prices others may name, ours will be lower;, as we charge strictly one price to all. Fresh Bread and 15-3- ONE PRICE ARCADE CORNER MAIN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS, FRAN KFQRT, KY. H EVERY MORNING. t. No one Estray Notice! in our employ can have a ticket. These presents are intended for our customers, October 31, 1S83. HARRIS! HERRMANN. FRANKFORT, Choice Coal Cheap. I HARDWARE AND Has . T. KDMfl, just received his fall and winter stock of Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South' Frankfort, Kentucky. Having determined to sell as cheap a s the cheapest, I am now prepared to sell Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cr ns per nound for one nouud and umv.mlk" . j l Confectionery A Sugar, io pounds for.?i oo;j unoice rxira sugar, y cents per pound; C Sugar, 12 pounds for ?i 00; Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pc ivmAnd all other goods usually Y.ipi in a grocery. Give me a chance to prow i.he above state m first-clas- STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C Call and see him at Swigert's old stand. St. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- GEO. S. MACHLIU, t Christmas Goods ENTIRE NEW s ments. Nov. 10-- tf. H. n. WILLIAMS. DR. Office JAMES ELY, SAMUEL AYER8, -- FORMERLY OT DANVILLE, KEN1UCKY.. se 19 DRESSING OASES, W. S. 6 JEWEL CASES, DEALER 10 MANICURE SETS. KailTINS, Ojd Crittenden Property, Corner Nto'm and Waihlnnfcw. Office Hours 7 m rf A. M., 12 to 1 I. M , 7 to and Residence, WATCH MAIiliiR, Sucoessor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Fnink-fnr- t, Ky., continues tho watoh repairing business nt tbo old stund. By promptness and o.iroful work bo hopes to mnrit'tho nntromifro of thoso who deiro to have thoir vratchoa repaired without damage bolng dono them. Surveyor?' compasses repaired nnd other instrutnoat requiring dolloote and accurate adjustment. In retiring from business in Prnnhfort I tako pleasure in expressing my entire confidence- in Mr. S. Ayres, and froui my long ncquuiiitiinco with him us a workman, do not liwitato to commend him as every way enpablo of meeting tho expectation of my former patrons. 1). DEHONEY IN SAPLE AND FANCY school-hoiih- DRY GOODS, EPrOGKERy JAPANESE CHINA I EUSSWE. FRANKFORT, KY loMrdially invito jou to call und e.xaiainomy New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sept.30.tf F. MEEK. Sep3tf. JOE LeCOMTE 1883. PATENTS cof 1 FHANKFOET TREES, TKEES, THEES. MACHINE WORKS, Wo oflbr this season an unusually larKo stock ot? FALL 1883. JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturcrsof nil kinds of New Work Joi FRUIT AND OKKAMENTAf. TREES, small FHUITS, OIIAPUVINI5S, and everything found in a Ntmsnir Etaui.isiimi:nt. Wo employ no agents. Dtscriitiro catalogues on 'I'lilrty-M'vo- lait; Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS application. nov II. F. UILLENMEVEH, Lkxinhton, Kit. "" rtTTINGS OF ALL KINDS, fiC. CO ALT "CO ALT . nnd for 8ulo nt LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Loweflt Prices by G. B. MACKLIN. K Job Work Neatly cuted at this of the State. KiCon tracts for New Work in any pan One door west of comer Ann and Broadway street! North Side, FrauVfort, Ky. April iG-- t 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, DECEMBER 15, 1833. Rend Jbe LCcompte's advertisements. Christmas cards at Joe LeCompte's. C. JU. Ol'I'OSITK JA-MES- , llTciiuiTioii 1 iTiloul Tobacco shippere, read Rodman advertisement. & solid silver and plated ware A splendid stock of gohMieaded ceived nt Selbert's. m canes, suitable for Christmas Get your Christinas advertisements ready ., . A large and well selected stock of just re- Gen'l Insurance Agent, L Handsome COURT FOR SALE ! Suburban Property, HOUSE, Sneed's presents, just received nt P. bert's, Spareribs and backbones at Noel Sel- Fjiksh Ovstkks. Superior quality and solid measure nt Day & Ilnff's. . .1I FRA1NKFORT, KY. Fire Insurance Association & Jel-fers- '. will conduct the services al the Mctliodist morning and evening. Church Salin will preach at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, at Steadtnan-towSunday night, Dec. 10th, 1883. Rev. S. H. n, t)r. J. II Young, of the Military Institute, kinds of fancy grocies alwnys on hnnd City of London London and Provincial at Jns. M. Todd's. Kenton, (icrmania I'rctcott au,7 it-i- Fresh Cake3 of all kinds at HowA large lot of goods suitable for ard Bro's. North end St. Clair street, wedding presents at Selbert's. Bridge. Send your Inrd cans to the meat store of E. Power U selling toilet nets at cost in Noel it Jeflers to have them filled with nice order to make room for his largo new stock new lard. of goods. Edam, Alonk, and Young Cheddar, Joe LeCompte has the only line of brans America cheese at Jas. M. Todd's. goods in the city. C. W. Fince! pays the highest price for New Orleans Owing to tlio diminished stzoof my family t wish to dlsjioso of my hutidfuinu residence on tho Lawrcncolturg pike. The house tins ton rooms, Is in thorough repair imd lias all modern conve- 'inero nrn m.x nero ni 8rnunn nuncnou London. '?,cnco, London. t0 "i plioo. X will sell fUtic- furnished or un- London. fiirnlshod. Apply to mo on tho proiiitFfK or nt Covington. Ky. tho store of Grnv .t Hodman. Term ensy. New York. Jlouon.. New Orleans, La. V OJQJ1 JL I - .TaI T rwaw Aug. 25. tf. A Liberal discount will be given on al cash yearly subscriptions to Periodicals taken this mouth at Marshall's News Depot. 3t. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gr. MATTERISr, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St,, Over Crntcher & New York Ledger, Weekly, Firesidei hogs. Companion, Saturday Night and Family Go and see the beautiful Holiday Goods Story Paper for live cents each at Mar3t. at J. L. & W. II. WnggenerV. 3t. shall's News Depot. Dickon's Novels, 15 vols, cloth, nt $12; Macauly's England, 2; at Essays, $2.50, Macauly's McCIure's o Starts' While TIali Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. ' 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted at C. Received Thursday night a line of goods Dick Higdon has taken a chair nt the entirely new for decorating, by Joe LeSmith Bros., on Broadway, W. Fincel's, Frankfort Ky. barber shop of where lie will be glad to have all his old Compte. Call on Banta and examine his imfriends call and see him. SPECIAL !' t , a farm of two he will please you in prices. Pattie Mr.P. of good laud, lying on the hundred acres bun Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fincel's. railroud, in this county, for thirty-liv- e R. is ottering mense stock of Holiday goods, and Sat- k I have bought the News Business Xmns Goods nt McCIure's. Notice. dred dollars. Cheap enough. isfaction guaranteed. f Granulated sugar 10 pounds for a dollar The remains of Mrs. Sarah Humphreys, nt N. F. & O. T. Richardson's. who died at her home near Spring Station New lard ten cents per pound at N. F. & Thursday, were interred in the family lot in Cemetery at this place Saturday morn- - O. T. Richardson's. the of Mr. .Tno. B. Dryden and will promptly fill all orders for goods in my line from Jthis date. St. I can be found at Griffin's old stand, L. B. MARSHALL. Clair street. I FOR CASH r. . OMLY. tblic that from this day I Drums from 15 cents upward at will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, Mr. Frank K. Rodman, of this city, and of goods. aking no exceptions or deviations. My stook of Mis9 Nanie Archer were married at the Banta's. Elder P.S. Fall will preach nt the Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, at 9 o'clock Waggener is selling Holiday Good& at morning. George Darsie, of this Presbyterian Church evening, Elder 3t. very low prices. TIN-WAR. city, officiating. , Why is it that so many neglect coughs m New buckwheat flour and maple syrup at and colds until they get consumption? Why Elder P. U. Duncan commenced holding is it so many die of consumption? It is Jas. M. Todd's. Sunday-schoo- l Institute at Grassy Springs because they will not come and be healed. a is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Church yesterday, the session of which will Every one knows a sure conqueror of throat Chronio given to every purchaser is Dr. Wistar's of Will Balsam All diseases and be continued Cherry, and that it can be got of any drug- at McCIure's. are invited to attend. gist. Fresh lot of the nicest French candies Mrs. Wm. Coleman, of Scott county, died just received at Jas. M. Todd's. A Castle of this Knights and Ladies of suddenly on Sunday night at 11 o'clock, the Golden Rule, a Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous cooperative insurance 1,000 Pieces sheet music for 5 cents a after an illness of only a few hours. She organization, was organized in this city was a daughter of Mr. Robert T. Penn, ol December 6th., by Messrs. Wm. B. peice or 50 cents a dozen aj L. B. Marshall's support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. , News Depot. 2t. Peak's Mill, this county. Moore and S. M. Bernard, of Lottis-vil- l. Very respectfully, ft is called Capital Castle, and Oysters, Turkeys, Celery and Pish Lindsay and Miss Eleanor Judge Wm. THolroes were married in the parlor of thfi the Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer at B ant's. Capital Hotel Tuesday morning by Rev. and Assistant Auditor are among its officers. New Orleans molasses 40 cents per gallon Following are the officers chosen to w" o 10:20 Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Dr. J. M. Lewis. Th-- y l.u o at N. F. & 0. T. Richardson's. until the regular annual election in Juuu.i-rtrain for a trip to Florida and Cuba. Back Numbers of New York Ledger, Gov. J. Proctor Knott, Past Connive der. Weekly, Saturday night, &c, for 2 cents Miss Mary K. Williams died at the residence of her sister, on Washington street, Hon. Jas. A. McKenzie, Commander. each at L. B. Marshall's News Depot. 2t. Tuesday morning, alter an illness of three Mrs. Addie Garrett, Vice Commander. New stock ofjewelryjust received EI. J. Hyde, Master at Anns. years with consumption. The luneral took place Wednesday from the Episcopal Rev, Jas. M. Lewiy, Secretary and Finan- at Phil. Selbert's. Church. cial Reporter. New Crop New Orleans Sugar and moWm. S. Saffell. Treasurer. lasses at Jas. M. Todd's. There will be a meeting of Frankfort Chas. S. Green, Prelate. Council, No. 7, R. T. of T., at the photo. Mrs. Mary A. Hyde, Herald. Down in prices for cash at N. F. & O. T. Cllxrtcsj. Sq-aareM. Stephens, Warder. graph gallery of Mr. U. G. Mattern on J. Richardson's. Monday evening, at 7 o'clock. A full Willis L. Ringo, Sentinel. attendance of the members is desired as Selbert keeps the only full line of Drs. Smith and Brown, Medical Examin Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done there will be an initiation, and the regular ers. silverjewelry, watches, clocks and on short notice. Otders by telephone promptly attended to. election of offiers will be held. Hon. Jan. W. Tate, Hon. Thos. H. Cor- - ware in the city. Jan. belt, and Ed Hensley, Esq, Trustees. Miss Iva Miles, of this city, and Mr. Guy PC Now is the time to subscribe for period . Emmit, of Louisville, were marred at the If you feel yourself growing weaker, icals. Call at Marshall's News Depot and residence of the bride's father, Mr. John your strength failing, the functions ol your leave your orders. 2t. E. Miles, Wednesday afternoon, Elder Paph. body becoming impaired, take warning in time! Your blood i starving for want of New Mock ol raisins, currants, citrons, Julian, of Madison, Indiana, otlieinling. nourishment. Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dock and all kinds of nuts at Jas. M. Todd's. They took the C. & O. train for their future and Sarsaparilla is food for the blood. It purifies this stream of life and strengthens home in Louisville. Selbert will sell you anything in every part of the body, rebuilds a broken down constitution, produces dreamless slum- tho jewelrv Hue from the iinest Several of our neighboring towns who ber, nnd restores waited energies have tried the Standard time have had their tered nervous system. A trial and a shnt diuKiuuds to a silver thimble, and bottle will clocks set up to Solar time again. Why convince. No other remedy equalb it. if he husn't what you want will can't Franklort do likewise? Our people for you from wholesale order Miss Ollie Compton gave an elegant enwould soon learn the difference between the houses. Call and see him on St. city and railroad time and no one would be tertainment to her friends at her lather's Clair street. residence.nt the Forta of Elkhorn, Wednesunconvenienced. They are selling, H a v e an m- Hoardi.no. A few boarders by the day day evening. The attendance was very Mr. W. H. Parrcnt, of Bridgeport, large, many young people from this city, week or month. Wanted by Mrs R. 15. at prices so low mense stock of. at LeCompte house, near Iron Ilriiige. brought to this oflice on Tuesday some of the Stamping Ground, and the immediate the finest eating apples we have seen in a neighborhood being present, and all express that they strike new goods to Jas. M. Todd is selling groceries as cheap long time They were of the Talpehockens themselves ns having spent a very pleasant house in the city. and New York Pippin varieties and twelve evening indeed. A splendid supper was as any to from. of them filled a peck measure full. They spread to which all did ample justice. V. Fincel's New Bacon and Hams at C. were of a delicious flavor and were greatly (or eale at wholesale or retail. Call and see Miss Ella Freeman, of Bridgeport, this enjoyed by all hands and the devil, Come county, and Mr. J. Wesley Coleman, of As we have started our bakery them at your Call and exam- and see us again, Will. Owensboro, were married Wednesday wo are now prepared to furnish all A oliild of Mr. Milton P. Craig, of this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, at the residence of kinds of cake ut reasonable prices. earliest conven SHOES.' ine while the BOOTS Mr. Oscar county, was bitten in the face, one day last tho bride's brother-in-law- , Uro's, North end St. Clair Howard week, by a pet cut, which had been bitten Fanner, in LouUville, by Rev. S. C. stock is fresh. iencc. street, Bridge. by a mad dog, and great fears are entertain- Humphreys, of Glasgow. They left for ed that the little one will have hydrophobia. their future home in Owensboro on the New York Creamery, Edam, Monk nnd The cat jumped about in asingular manner, afternoon boat. Faetorv Cheese at Uauta'a. bit two dogs on the place, and gave other No disease will trouble you if you keep evidences of having hydrophobia, and it and your blood pure, your kidneys strong, your frame dwelFon Hunt Two, X the dogs were killed. The child received bowels regular nud your mind clear by ling houses on Logan Street.South Frankfort, medical treatment immediately, a mad occasional use of that great revivor anil of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, stono was procured and applied to the bite, supporter of heultti and strength known gas, and all modern improvements. as Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and and every eflbrt mudo to drive the poison Apply to W. C. Ukrxdon, Its praise should bc.in every mouth! Main Street, its system. Its merit should be known by all from Wed-desday Call and see Selbert's now stock Now and beautiful Goods in Waggener's 3t. Holiday stock. I TAKE this method of informing the STOVES, GRATES, E, ML, to-d- ay Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, y. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L, MANGAN, SR., & CO., Prop'rs. Street, ITortlieast Csraer, Capital 6-i- y R. K. M'CLURE ft BRO. .. it COARSE WINTER 1 Mc-Ke- e, BOOTS & SHOES! MEDIUM PRICED ,' select terror all x BOOTS & SHOES competitors. FINE AND I t HATSCAPS. two-sto- ry 1111 Sarsa-pAril- l. I NEW STYLES! NEW STYLES!! 'A'- - ..'. M i at $25 00. An average of $21 20. This was A TERRIBLE PROPHECY. raised in the Fiag Fork neighborhood, this county. Mr. J. T. Deakins has been in Louisville The Bed Sunsets, Cyclones and this week attending the tobacco sales. Earthquakes Poreteling ComiMr. Richard Brawner, after an illness of about three weeks, is nble to be out again. ng- Disaster How to Mr. Jno. llulett and Miss Mollie Hale, were married at Antioch Church Thursday, the Meet It. 1 2th, at 6 o'clock. Scrabble, Shelby Uounty. The enterprising business men of Benson The recent mylrnoiis appearances follow street have had street lamps put up on that ing sunset and proceeding sunrise have atHo;; killing is the piiucipnl occupation of thoroughfare. The population of Belle Point is rapidly tracted wide indention from students of the now. our fiu'iiier-'jiiflDuring We note with pleasure the leccnt skies and the people generally. Born. To Mr. Fred Alilcspenker and increasing. Mr. Charles Morman has the days of recent weeks the sun seems to wife.tlirc'LMlnnirliti'rp nil lively nnd healthy. accessions, Tlie neililioiV tn:ile tin quite n donntion, in moved to the cottage of Mr. Samuel Lewis on have been obscured by a thin veil of a dull the wnv id clothing ami money, sent it in 10 Wilson street; Mr. San ford G. Egbert has leaden hue,which, as the sun receded toward With many such citi- moved into a cottage of Judge Pence, on the horizon, became more luminous then tlie little ptnni'-ur!'- . zens as Fred the population of our village Kentucky Avenue; Mr. Louis Oliver has yellow, then orange, then red; nnd, as night leased the cottage of Mr. L. A. Moore, on settled down upon tiie earth, a dull purple. would incroa-- r rapidly. has At first it was thought these appearances Born. To Mr. Jiimes B. Moore and wife Todd street; Mr. M. II. P. Williams, jr., moved into the house of W. L. Pence, on were ordinary sunset reflections ot light but hoy. a fine Kentucky Avenue; Joshua Warren has moved it is now pretty certain that they are either At Pleasant View schooMioupc they now into the house of Mrs. America Williams, the misty substance of the tnil of some unhave a all the week, Sunday-(clioo- l near Benson bridge. seen comet, in which the earth is enveloped, every Sunday, and iMngintr school on C. C. Merchant, who had the misfortune of Saturday, all tsuiylft hy IX S. "Cain. In falling through the Railroad Bridge when the or a surrounding stratum of world dust or very small meteors. Professor Brooks, of ailiiition to thin they have a debalinjr pociety floor was up, is improving slowly. the Red House Observatory, Phelps, X. Y., which niei-ithere every Wednef-danight. Will someone tell us what the Council has Between them all the house is quite done this year? Who is the town marshal? bus turned his telescope upon these objects and discovered what he thinks are myriads a lively place. Where does he stay ? A siinnd pellin; match came ofTat Miss The attention of the Turnpike Directors is of telescopic meteors. If it is unorganized night. Mr. Travis called to the condition of the pike in the sub- world dust or decoinpescd vstpers, as the Lizzie StieiV on Tue.-da-y and his school, from Eden, were in attend urbs of this place. A few perch of metal Democrat ami Chronicle of Rochester, N. Y., would not be amiss. By the way, it is re- remarks: "How is this matter to be disposed ance. L. llndjier-- is on the sick list this ported that this corporation intends making of? Will it settle and form a deposit upon Mr G. a dividend at an early day. This is glorious tlie earth, or remain a partial opague shell week about the earth to cut of) a portion of the Mr. John Stiver? linn sold his farm and news. Sneed the day. Rev. J. M. Lewis will preach at the chapel sun's light upon it ?" will move to Shelhyville. Whatever the mystery is there is no denyMr. Oeortre Moore has put np rifty to- - Sunday afternoon at zM o'clock. Seats free. Capt. S. V. Pence, of the Fannie Freese, ing that fome very strange forces are at baeeo hoi;.liend t Iii- - fall, for sale. home this week by work in the upper nits. The terrible torna hauling; waluut has been confined at his Mr. Tlioui:in Moore sickness. does and cvclones which have swept our luinlier to B.itrdad from this place. The soiree given by the teachers of the own country, and the learful volcanoes and . L. Iod;;er- - had eold out Clipper Sunday-schoo- l at Judge Games' Thursday, was earthquakes which have destroyed so and would go to Shelhy to raise a winter largely attended. many cities nnd thousands of people the etop of toliarco. d. L. is ot opinion that The Belle Point Quadrille Band is practicif he should do so he would have fully n ing nightly and arc making rapid strides to tidal waves which mysteriously rise nnd good a emp aa Clipper did the past summer. perfection. Some of the best musical talent fall on coasts hitherto un vexed by them the tremendous activity which is evident in Mr. ThfinMH Milhurn and his brother in the country may be found in this band. tr.ided farm-- , moved their corn, hay and Cottage," on Polsgrove Street, as the sun by the constant revelation of 'Pink spots upon its surface all indicate horrs and then concluded not to trade. vet has no occupant. Kl'STY Cess. Mrs. W. W. Culbertson, wife of W. W. unusual energy in the heavenly bodies. These circumstances recall Professor Culbertson, member of Congress from the 9th district, is on a visit to her uncle, Mr. G. A. Grinimer's prophecies that Irom 1881 to 1887, the passage of the five grunt planets Stoney Creek. Robertson. Jupiter, Uranus and Charley McKee is still the boss grocery Mars, Neptune, Mr. J. U. Vt ars' school is nearly up to merchant on this side. The reason is plain Saturn around the snn would produce regular dailv attendance wince the report of youthful and good looking. strange mid wonderful phenomena. He "tir.ill-pwas never says: "The waters ot the earth will become The Belle Point Sunday-schoo- l turned out to he false. Judge R. E. Gaines seems moie or less poisonoii". The air will be Mr. Milum Moore sny some one was more prosperous. (oul with noisome odors. kind enoiijih to hoi row n pair of balances t.f to understand drawing them in. Ancient races The Belle Point public school, under the will disappear from earth." He attempts him and he they would be equally superintendance of Prof. W. H. McKee, is to prove his phophecy by the fact that in m kind as to return them. 1720, when Mars and Saturn ninde their Mr. Ale:; Harper, of Burnside, Pulaski well attended, and the pupils advancing rappassage around the sun coincidcntnlly, county, VMteil Mrs. Louisa jMooic a few idly. What has become of the project of the new great destruction and mortality visited all days htft week. Hope it is not dead. Mi-- Miranda Warford was the guest of parts of the globe. He also found the same W. IL Lewis is now occupying his new Mr- - Nathan Moore la- -t Sunday. results in previous perchelian passages of ('ordie Smith was the guest of Mrs. livery stable on Kentucky Avenue. Mi planets and argues that these circumstances Loui-- a always produce epidemics and destructive Moore last Sunday. Toys, all kinds at Banta's, oppo- diseases which will bailie the skill of the Mr- -. Mr Kittic Smith and Mr. Vv S. Browner nnd wife were the guests of site State House. most eminent physicians; that the poor will die by thousands, the weak and illlemperate' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moore Sunday. falling first, those whose blood has been Mr. Jesse Smith spent last Sunday with Wigginton. his son impoverished by excess of work or dissipaMr. James Pence, on Cedar A case of smallopox is reported nt tion next and onh those who are in comparHun. Scott county, four miles east of this ative vigor shull escape to enjoy the era of Mr. F. M. Smith nnd his accomplished daiiiilner. Mi.s Lizzie, spent Saturday and place, which is causing some little anxiety renewed activity nn prosperity which will follow the period of destiuction. Siindav at Bioomiugton with Mr. Job Smith in this neighborhood. Mr. J. M. Parker lias just completed Inasmuch as the entire world seems sub and wife. Little Pearlie Moore, who acject to the swny of the heavenly bodies no companied them, reports that hhe was very his new residence nnd has moved into it. Messrs. Joseph Wigginton and R. T. part of the earth, he thinks, can escape with her trip. much plea-e- d He even predicts that America On Friday night week, between six and Davis, of Woodford county, visited friends scourging. will lose over ten millions of people; that seven o'clock, the people of this vicinity here this week. The social given at Mr. Win. Long's, near farmers will be stricken with fear uiid cause were iamiderably alarmed by some one yelling for l.elp, and as soon as a party of this village, is spoken of as a very pleasant to till the soil; that famine will make misery more wrecked. human That men could be collected they immediately afFair by all who were present. Mr. J. C. Bridges is putting up a nice hundreds will Hee to overcrowded cities lor went to investigate the matter, and totitnl that some partv or parties had called old new residence on his place, and Madame aid in vein. That sudden changes in ocean n Adams, colored, to the door Rumor says that when the cage is completed currents, temperature nnd surroundings man transform the face of nature and cli of Ills hoti-- e and shot him through the he will have a bird to occupy it. Mr. John Wiley, of Owen county, visited mate of countries that the air will be so arm and he had bled muscle of the foul with malaria and other noxious until he fainted. From what I can learn friends in this section last week. ' ro it. a harmless Misses Amelia and Linsey Calvert visited that those who survive will be troubled with law abiding the old diacordera of the digestive organs. That the Misses Wigginton last week. citizen ami ittteudj otiictly to hie own busiMr. James W. Budges has a large lot of many who escape other ill will bloat with ness Our singing societv met at Mr. Dick tobacco on hand which he will ship in a dropsy nnd suddenly pass away, while otheis will grow thin and drag out a miserable Moore's on Inst Thursday night, and had few days. Mr. M. Lucas, of the Forks of Elkhorn, existence in indescribable agony for weeks. quite a nice time. has been in this section for several days, Neuralgic pains in different pans of the Skave. body will torment them. They will easily tiie buying up cattle and tobacco. Belle Point. Dr. John D. Hutchison has sold his place nnd become despondent. A taint, hot feelto Mr. Joseph Wigginton; price not given. ing will be succeeded by chilly sensation Miss'Emma Daubs, of Lagrange, is visiting The Oakland Christian .Church is under' while haltuncinutiotis and dread of impendMi's Lena Rogers, Ft out sticet, this week. ing ill will paralize nil effort. "The birds going repaird. Miss Alice French, Forks of Elkhorn, was Mr. L. A. Hcdrick stepped on a match in the a'r, the beasts of the field, nnd even the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Judge W. L. with his bare foot, several days ago, which the fish of the sea will become diseased, I'once, this week. ignited and burned the sole of his foot so poisoning the air and poisoning the waters Mr. Jno. S. Davis, the patentee of the "J. badly that he has been unable to walk of the globe." We are told 011 the other S. Davis Patent Lever Bailing Press and Tie," hand that those who shall pass through this upon it since. visited Louifi!Iu this week on business conperiod of trial will have larger enjoyment of Keno. nected with his pres. Mr. Davis will probalife and health. The earth will yield more bly establish a manufactory in our town, Joshua. abundantly than ever before. The animal provided he can secure a suitable lot. kingdom will be more prolific and life proMr. Jas. Belts, an old resident of our Mr. A. J. Grcenwcll has been visiting his longed very materially. This prolongation has moved to South Frankfort. town, Mr. William Smith, on Stouey of hie will be owing to the healtliy electiic The Belle Point String Band, with Mr. Geo. father.in-law- , nnd magnetic influences that will pervade Jackson as leader, are making some fine music creek, the past week. There has been a new establishIt would perhaps seem the atmosphere. these pretty nights. The Belle Point Storming Club has been ed near this place by the hame of Smok- that the present redness of the sun. and the organized instead of the Courting Club of 'Sa. ehouse. W. G, is the news carrier. presence ol u veil of cosmic mutter, justified, It met with Miss Lena Rogers Tuesday even Mr. J. L. Gieenwell will have on hand, in n measure, the prediction of Professor ing, and Miss Nannie Stivers on Wednesday in a fow days, a nice lot of Christmas- pres- Grimmer, but disturbing us his prediction Both ineetings were well attended ents. Come, young men, and buy something may be we ure told for our comfort the evening. and all present enjoyed themselves hugely. for your girls. strong nnd pure blooded need have little to is undergoing reThe Champion Saturday night, after a dance at James fear in these calamities, that those who ure pairs for ne.t season and when completed will Miller'n. the young men got on the war delicate or indisposed should adopt means ie second to no mill on the Kentucky River. path. Pat Hnrrod and Wallace Quire came to keep the system well supported and the The last seasons cutting was as follows: very near trotting into n fight with Mr. blood pine and that the most logb, making 2,850,150 feet of lumber. Bastion Chisholm, wife and sou. The eon and cfiective method of accomplishing this An aer.igc of a little over 235 feet to the log. got a gun. Some had knives drawn, and is to keep the kidneys and liver in good conNext year she will double her capacity. there never was heard the like since the dition. From the testimonials of such men Mr. W. II. Lewis has opened his new The wife wuh out in as Dr. Dio Lewis nnd Professor 11. A Giiun, Livery Stable on Front street, and is doing a days ot Methuselah. the road with a rock in her hand, when a M. D,, Dean of the United States Medical .lively business. Mr. Frank Lorey, an excellent cooper, is young fellow thnt wuh along hollowed, "Go College, New York, and thousands ol influunking some nice tobacco hogsheads nt in, old woman, 1 have seen you fetch dud ential noiisjuofessioual people, it sicm almost certain thnt fortius purpose there is and is selling them low. down that way many a time. Champion There will be ti debate at Pleasant View no pieparatiou known to science equal to Address him or Judge Pence ami get prices. School-hous- e Wednesday night, the M, Warner's Safe Cure, better known an WarrrcoM an'i)T1u:k conitnsi'oonsr. The following tobacco sales made Dec. 16, on tlie question "Which haven greater right der's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. This 1SS3, nt the Farmers Tobacco Waiehouse in to complain of the treatment received nt the medicine has acquired the finest reputation Louisville, I think the best reported ,tnis hands of white men, the Indian or the of any prepaiution that was ever put upon The speakers chosen ure Messrs tlie market, it is a radical lilood purifier, season. There wete five hogsheads taised and negro?" sold by O. C. Deakins nnd G. D. Moore, as Jumes Harrod and G, L. Rodgers against which soothes and heals all inflaineit oruaus follows: hogshead at $17 25; 2 hogsheads Messrs Jumes llulett and Charlie Quire. strengthens the nervous system, washes out Du Deulb. all evidences of decuy, regulates digestion, at $23 00; 1 hogshead at $ij 75; 1 hogshead We would like to be there. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. l t: prevents mnlnssimilntion of food in a asd Ohio Railway, and intional manner fortifies the Chesapeake systpiu against climatic chargc8nud malarial influences and the destructive agencies which KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST si'piii to be so abundant in these "evil days." It is not our purpose to dispute the co. FOR rectnes of Professor Grinimer's prophecies. As we liuve said, the marked disturbances WASHINGTON. PHFLADELPHM. 5 NEW YORK. of the past few years would seem to give a semblance of verification of his theory. It TUB is certain, ns above stated, that we nre passing through what may be regarded a crucial ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN period nnd it is the part of wise men not to NEW SLEEPING CARS ignore, but to learn to fortify themselves against the possibility of being overcome by FOR these evils. It is a duty which each man owes to himself, and his fellows, to mitigate A SOLID TRAIN as much as posible the Buttering of huFROM manity nnd in no wny better can he accomplish this purpose than to see to it that he himselft, is fortified by the best known preparation in the strongest possible and Lexington, Ky. manner nnd that he exert the influence of Cincinnati, his own example upon hisjjtellowsto the end TO that they, too, may share with him immunity from the influences which seek his ruin. pliloe-opical V LOtTISVIliLE, vc WASHINGTON CITY, -- BfcerfMe, Cn!. The drr ctlmata cares. Koso, Ihioat, Lnnw, lull idea, 88 p., routo. cost.froa. MNITAMUM. 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS POR MARRIAGE1 1 3TEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO SIrnow, Cloth nnd guilt blndm GO cts.puror 25c,Rrnr-p"v)Pi3uti ranioui tkMviivy ur cn.D(wa "f- vuiucTf . WH TT EK iTuoiTTOatgreclnllft. t" NervoueDeblltt7,lmpdlmenU jiiihtibbb. imnsuuntion ana muffin let free, i?&&1P&TtXSto Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL NO NEWJFHim. Used tkroschout tlio country i STRONG'S 8AKA1WE PELLS your And thus proved The Best Liver Madfclno In the Yor!d, UoGrlii'TiLroionoiiHDrtic'(,hutpur!vVpset'ibl9, eafo and reliable. l'roscrihudeM'ii foyPliyfteTuiio. A euro for Lier Cornphliit. Jtrculr.tlnsr tho Jicro els, riirifj inert ho lilood, lJlnans.ins from Malarial T'lint. A euro (TJiittKllltntlon mul :il! 13tnu:a JHMii-ricro- . Sold bv DraadHtti. iof Pnrmihlof, etc.. addrc-- i C. E. ItVlsU Jr CO., 10 Cedar Ut X. Y. City. pvi-IW-- c fen-Kic- k a mm o, For tickets nnd further Information npply to nearest tickot-oSlcor address James C.Ernst, General Western Agent, LouitvilIe,Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, enoi-tuoi- is Virginia. H&3HSDISI WM KEr.70u3rjcn11.iTv; PEIOF. (SSI orfiulj cc!inciiaul di. cay, 6rd dltciucs, L&lUlng r Wilful fiMlclani, remit from xmir.xoMI HARHIS'll gfLbilfSVILLE &NASHVILLEQf: wit-he:- ",&&&. A Radical Curo FOB Ji.2STJ3 ji'Ul'bful fDdUrro-tton- s, too Ircu Ind jtwnrc, and orcf brain rorS. Da fe a Sot s:h cucauca furs m 2 out v3 tern. Afo'A bclna pretentious claims ol en e'.hcr reussllci fcr tlicso t our freo circutrouble. lar mid trial packago cutl l?sra luportant fuels before nt dsewnero. tilling lj mm 1 pi? im TO TIIE PALACE 1ut a remcdr tbat has curd thouranli. anS docs cot v.lta attention to business or cause fain or Incon. Founded en Tcnlraeo. principles, medical Crotrini-lfaorandrcputa-tltn- school-house- ? IMPOTENCE W2T Tested for over 0 yoara I37 nso la tiou- Baad3 of casta. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN PULLMAN Nashville, . Je-sear- .d 1. TfHAL PACKAGE. ")DRES3 ccutcfdlsca-- o make Us po- rinc Inuucnuo felt iiuous delay. Tho natural functions of tho l'uman orpin-U- n Th3 urn restored. artan.lnir elements beca lift rUcu cm plrea bae'l. P jM srastcd Tho rations becomes and jalna llrrct.pi!!',a,Jcntotb.9 CARS ho itf FROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Min-orsvil- le, SEND chsrriul strcngtu rapidly. HAREI3 RESVSEBY CO., M'fg Chemist 300 Xortu loth St., lit. i.onin, juo. One Mohws Treatment, $3 ; 2 mchi hs,C5 : 3 kosths, $7, KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and Vest via Cincinnati. Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. EMIGRANTS ST 5 Pro-to- will-entire- Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAI1T.E IN EFfECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve, Covington l ga-e- -; will receive special low rates. For Routns, Rates, Time, tic, seo E. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or writo to 0. P. ATM ORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. STS lie-.- 8. 1883. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. IUown, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, No. 18 Arr L.ve. " " Arr Arr. Lvc. Lvc. Lvc. I.ve. Arr. " " " 3.00 p in 4.35 p m . . s.?8 p m (1.2a p in 6,20 p in Paris Lexington . PjM 7.10 j m 1'arTs 6.2a p roTT""."". . . Millcrbburg C.40 p in Carlisle 7 00 p ra . M.iyiivillc. . p m Paris. . 11.25 a ml 6.20 p m Winchester . . 12.50 ji m 8 00 p tn Richmond.. . . 2.15 p m 9,10 p m 12.45 p in Lancaster.. . . 3.34 p m! 4.20 p in . . Stanton! Jtmct. 4 00 p m' 5 00 p m Cynthiana 1'arN i'almouth ... No. 2. 8 00 a m 9,33 a m 10.40 a m 11.15 a m 11. ?o a ml No. 4. . . . . . . Physicians Oflico Surgeons, ., ji5 FRANKFORT, ICY. nnd rciilonco next door to tlio Baptist Church, S.. Cluir street. ... .. .. 80 HEW PLANING MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having reocntly added to hi.i TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lvc-- Stanford Establishment No 1. No. 3. No First-Cln- ss 17 Tinning Mill, to furnish all kinds of post-offi- ce ' Winchester Arr l'aiis Lve. Maysville . " Carlisle. . . " Millershurg . " " Lancaster Richmond Junct . . . , . :1,00 am 1.15 pm 11.24 .1 m 2,10 p in Coo a m 13,45 p m Coo ji m 7 20 a ml 2 25 p 111 8.15 a m 3.10 p m Is now prepared .... Arr. Pans. . . . Coo 7,30 7.50 8.15 Saw-mi- ll Arr sjl'.iris. . . . Lve. Paris. Cynthiana. Falmouth, LvctLexiiiKton 12,-11- 6 Arr Covinston No. 25 q'ck . . 55 " m 4 55 D m 30 a ml 6.30 j m a m a,o3 p m a in 2 so p a in 3.10 p zo a in 2,15 p in 3.10J1 m 5 a m 3.10 p m 50 a m 3.48 p m 111 111 'J-a-ln n m 12.40 p 111 ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in tho Best Style. May 15 tf. pli'lo-iopliie- Saw-mil- l, leaves Lexington 0 ran. m nrrives Mays-vill- c a, m, No, 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. in., arrives Maysviilc 8 30 p. m. No. 27 leaves Maysville G 00 a. ni., arrives Lcxing" ton g 10 a. m. No. 28 leaves Maysville 12,40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 i p. in. No, A Ic.ivcs Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 6.15 a. in , arrives 7.20 p. in. No. 5 leaves Covington 3.ioa m. Nos. t nnd 4 run daily between Richmond, Leung-tuand Covington; all others daily except Sunday, n Hpuciul ItutcH lo HJmturuiitH. connections, etc., For tickets, rates, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. I.. IIROWN, Cen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. O. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. time-card- L rttomerons. 1 HE SELLERS $t GO. PiVrSRUMtH. pa. Junu '.My ! um,l"W(HP "STV1 1 ; ii - I