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Belle Point. Matrimonial. Born. N FROM THIS SALE! DAY Sunday-scho- WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-ai-Law- , AND ON THROUGH THE HOLIDAY AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF Fill SILK lilllllEHIK, . MUFFLERS. &C. Elegant Merchant Tailor OVERCOATS! . Owing to tho long continued fine weather, wo Editor Roundabout: havo determined to fell from our Metutiioth There will be work in the F. C. decree nt Mrs. Allie Jones cloed her school at Stick all stylos of Holiday Goods, including Hnndsomo Suits and Ovorcoats, at lower prices the regular meeting ol Lodge, No. Puiingtoti Tuesday, the 18th, much to the or as low prices as any wholesale house will, at regret of her many pupils, who were entirely lciut these goods must and will bo sold at tho 532, A. Y. M., on Wednesday evening next. devoted to her. The pupiK hnd reading : following prices Visiting bretliien cordially invited. pIp-inof SUITS A.2STD . Mr. Robert Redden and Miss Hallie Hawkins were married nt Cedar Cbappel, Wood's patent carpet strip keeps out near Farmdalc, Thur-du- y evening by Rev. water and will not rot, just the thin? for out- J. M. Lewis, of this city side doors. For sale by Whitesides & Rev. J. W. Pugh nnd Mis Hallie Todd JIcEwan. will be mnriied at the residence of the Get 'one of Wood's patent carpet brides' father, Capt. H. I, Todd, on Thursstrips for your outfide door. They keep day next, December 27th. Mr. Lee C. Woodson, of Arkansas City, out water and will not rot. For sale by Kansas, anil Miss Mary Lynch, of this city, Whitesides ie McKwnn. will be married nt the Catholic Church on John Sullivan, charged with ottempting Wednesday evening next, December 20tb. to prevent Olficcr Norwood from arresting Miss Emma Utterback and Mr. Young another partv several weeks ago, was tried Hubbell were married Wednesday evening, Thursday morninj: by a jury and fined $2.1 at the residence of the bride's father, in and costs amounting in nil to 48. South Franklort, by Elder George Darsie, The remains ol little Maud, infant in the presence of the relatives nnd n few daughter of Dr. C. C. Lewis', of Stamping friends of the parties. Ground, who died Thursday morning with Lieutenant Governor .Ins. R. Hind-ma- n membranous croup, were interred in the was married in Dallas, Texas, on WedCemetery at this place yesterday afternoon. nesday to Miss Fannie V. Raney, and it is o rumored that Judge C. E. Kincaid, Private Build's Minstrel Troupe will give an exhibition at the Opera House on Saturday Secretary to the Governor will soon follow evening next under the management of suit, Covington furnishing the bride. Mr. A. C. Wood, lessee. On Thursday night, to Mr. Ed. Brawner and wife, a son Frank Lewis. Judge W. L. Pence and Cincinnati Friday morning lor Mr. Curtis San ford, son of the Assessor, is very sick lever. wife left for a short visit. Mr. R. with typhoid Will practice San-for- d, Heal Estate Agont, 2.3-l- y. 60 Silk Umbrellas from $4.50 to $10.00. 35 Qentlemen'3 Silk Mufflers at $4.00, former price $6.00, 40 Gentlemen's Silk Mufflers at $2.60, former price $5.00. 200 Gentlemen's Silk Handkerchiefs at 50 cents to $1.50, former prices $1.00 to $2.50. Merchant Tailor Ovorcoats, silk lined, at $30.00, former prioe $48.00. 500 Handsome Sacque Suit3 at $12.00, former price $18.00, 300 Handsome Cutaway Suits at $14.00, tY former price $20.00, d Frook Suits 200 Handsome at $18.00, former prices $25.00. 175 Fairs Fine Silk Suspenders at 2.25, former prices $4.00, Double-breaste- ,nn and dialogues, and then partook lunch given them by their teacher. A Mammoth Minstrel Festival will be The following were presented with prize held at Cincinnati, commencing Monday, for having perfect lessons and being regular r, December 31st, and continuing one week, in attendance: Fannie Rogers. Ida Lucy Hughes, Ellen Hawkins, Daisv ft is to be one of the grandest affairs of the ' Hughes, Willie Averill. kind ever seen in this country. Five hundred persons will take part in the performances. Capt. Jas. Elaclcburn's Dog--. Excursion rates have been secured on all railroads running into the city. Capt. James Blackburn has a wonderfully sagacious dog. Among the innumerable The new drop curtain has been completed things that he can do, usually considered and hung, and is very pleasing to the eye. beyond the ken of dogs, is one verv useful stall It represents a landscape painting, framed accomplishment. He goes to the times ol a his master's horse regularly three and resting upon an easel. In the fore- day, and iintyin tho halter with his teeth, ground is a shaded stream with three cows leads him down to water and back again. standing in the water, and in the back- Thee snowy mornings his services are highly ground a green pasture, with mountains in appreciated. Blue Grass Clipper. the' distance. nt Hi'lm-hube- Judge Pence has three good wagons for sale cheap. Apply at olhce, in Belle Point Juno Mies Dolly Littlepagc, of Anderson county, fa viniting the family of Mr. Fisher, at the Lock. Mis- - Sadie Pugh, of Virginia, was the guest of Miss Annie Crutcher one "evening JUST RECEIVED BY this wcel;. Mis Emma Daub?, who visited Mi? Lena Rogers last week, returned to her home in Lagrange Tuesday morning. I & Mr. A. W. Hampton, who lias been in bad health nil summer, is now confined to his bed with very little hopes for his recov ST. CLAIR STREET, ery. The singinz class met with Mr. C. S T3KXW32EIV Sullivan, on Front street, Tuesday evening There was a good crowd present and MAIN and J8E0ADWAY excellent music. Miss Florence Collins entertained in eleKeeps constantly on hand gant style quite nnuinber of her friends at clothes, dooskins, ami newher liomc near town, White Ilnll, Friday est styles of fancy French evening of lat week. All present seemed Itto have n splendid time. cassimcres. Ho is prepared jS8r The Belle Point Quadrille Band gave an to tnako thorn up on slior elegant hop Friday evening nt Pink Cottage, notice, and give perfect fitIII on Benson Avenue. There was n good, orting garments, stylish and derly crowd present, ntul everything passed of' pleaantlv. The next hop will be ancomfortable. nounced in due time. still continues to inThe Sunday-schocrease in number. There were about eighty present last Sunday afternoon, which was a DEALER IN very good crowd, considering the inclement Lewis was to have Bro. Jns. weather. but was prepreached after Sunday-schoolvented Irom coming over by illness. Will sell attho very lowest figures The following officers were appointed to serve at the Januarv election: Judges. A. G. Bailey, Jas. D. 'Moore; Sheriff, R. S. Brawner; Clerk, Chas. L. McKee. WOODFORD C0DNTY FARM There will be five Councilmen to elect, and as yet I have heard of no candidates. the old I think we would do well to Council, as they have sprved the people as farm of iSj the IOTFEH myMcCrackcn's acre. located on one mile well as any we have ever had. Mill turnpike, two-hoise in tho oourt of Frnnkllnand the counties, and will also gho speciu attention to tlie purchase and 'ale ol real estate sollectlon of renti, claims, and tho negotiation ot loans. Oflico opposite Court House adjoining w ffl mm. M! RRRRRRO UAtJtUAlAViAl , M3?oaaaa.t Tailor, iWlnh BT Pi febli-fiu- ). ol W. J. OHINN, -, ALL KINDS OF COAL for from cash:i A WEEK! le-el- FOK SALE. Remombcr, from this dato is tho proper tirao The teachers of this county will hold a Merry Christmas to one nnd all. to make your selections. Don't wait until all meeting at the Court-hous- e this afternoon tbeso aro sold, or you will havo lost a bargain at two o'clock to consider matters of the Mr. Thomas Holder is very ill with pneugreatest importance to the school interests monia. of the State, and devise means to secure an Misses Laura and Katie Hockensmith early decision in the case now pending in our made a short visit to our neighborhood this 437 AND 439 MAIN STREET, Circuit Court against the Auditor to compel week. KENTUCKY- the paying over to the School Fund of A nice lime for sleigh riding. Get out $275,000 railroad tax, which has been used your eleighs, boys, nnd take the girls out riding. ILLUSTRATED CATALOG!!. in the ordinary revenue fund. All teachers The prospects are very good for a quiet and others interested in school are earnestly time here during the holidnys. Come, boys, requested to be present. try ana have a little fun. o Switzer. Restaurant Mr. Opening". intcrot. CRUTCHER I STARKS James Gibbons has opened his restaurant on St. Clair street, formerly occupied Gray Springs Church, for sale at $33 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and two years with I5uilclinKi and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS, Aug. 18.5m. Millwllc, Ky. FRANKFORT, by II. S. Ellis, ami will keep it open day and night. An experienced cook has been Wo can guarantee tho above amount to good, engaged, and everything will be served in active, energntic the best style. Give him a trial. A-GKEjSTTS! $100.00 Advertised Letters. FiuxicroHT, Ky., Dec. 22d, 1SS3. Cnrr, Theodore Cook, Charlie Graves, Cora Dean, Wawlis Go wen. Mis, Grant, John Htui. Fiitz Graham Mnnze Harvey, John Hughes, J W Johnson, Tom Holmes. Sal lie Janikens, Lida Jones, Dr L J Lilian!, Jane Keller, Finnic Miller, Mnrv Lewis, Samuel McDanel, Mo! lie Marshall, Kate Howl, E J Forrene, Kate Rogeis, Mary Richards, Mattie Smith, Josephine Shuck, John W Write, Even Same-- , James W l, Whalin, Sarah A Lnis Wi.-.-e- L.idiosas well as gentlomen, mako a sticcoss in tlio business. Very little capital required. Wo have a household article as salablo as tlotir. Jacksonville. Simon Bnford bays that if the Frankfort merchants will ncII goods as low as he does for twelve months he will break them up. Miss Saljie Voirs. of Henry county, is visiting her sister, Mr. David Hall, "near Tioga. Died On Tuesday, December 18th, Miss Mary Sheets, daughter of Mr. Cnlvin Sheets, of plieumonia, in the Kith year of her age. She.leuves a large circle of fiiends to mourn her loss. Mr. Charles Wilburn sold his crop of tobacco last week, at the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse, for 17 per hundred. The best sale this season from this neighborhood. Pryor and Miss Laura Jones were married nt the residence of the bride's Mr. Win. tfj SESST-S- T PAGES. father, near our village, last Wednesday evening nt three o'clock. The happy couple have the best wishes of their many friends. Died. At his residence, on the 14th, Mr. Janus Heudrickson, in the 80th year ol his age. The deceased leaves a wile, to whom he had been married over sixty years, to mourn his los. You do nut need to explain its merits. There- is a rich harvest for all ho embrace this golden oportu-inl- y. It costs you only one cent to learn una our business is. Buy a postal card and writu to u? and ho will send you our prospectus and fi'lt It is used every day in every family. It Sells Itself! particulars The Brethren are Satisfied. Editor llmmdabout' Diamonds, Mb and Silver W itdn, A F. Rip Arnold's Boots. pair s l'roin this Mobccie, t Texas) Record, of boot arrived here Tuesday by exprei-- for one of SILVER-PLATE- D WARE, French and American Clocks. Spectacles and instructions how to uso your Wo aro eyes'1 cat- giving interesting prices. Send for alogue, I A". OTIS W. SNYDER, Upper Strict. Manufacturing Jowoler. Lainglon, Ky. the time to pay the cost of carriage, and Ike Le Fois brought the boots over from the cxptcss olllce one at a time, and had the bystanders help to eiit-- them down on to the buck board, As a precaution against breaking down, he placed one over the tront axle and the other behind. The Judge happened along, and before thn-- e who knew U sensitive nature could hide the boots, he had seen them, and his proud orot lell. He sneaked oil' home, and his friends fear it will be many days before he will again appear upon the street, the shock to his pride at being so terribly outdone on hisrtrongcst point being verv great. The young man ol the, Kentucky feet will probably be nssigiml to some dufy about the middle of the Francklyu pasture, to admit of his moving about enough for health till cxerciso. The boots in question were sent by mail from this city by Messrs. H. K. McClttre fc II ro. ranrli. They came fiom Kentucky, famous lor great productions. It tlnancially swamped all the boys of the outfit here at the boys on the Diamond particulars. Please s.ny advertised when calling for JtfUOK.EATJiJ ai'F-'GCO.. ou I am delighted to these letters. Sir: lean IMax-ion- , Sept. J. G I.vrciiirr, P. M. Ohio. see that the Government is about to take steps to open a variety of signal stations ! throughout the htate. ihere is really no reason why the rise and fall ol the barometer and thermometer, the measure ot rain T OFFEU FOR SALE OR RENT MY tall, together with the velocity of the winds, AT farm of S4 acres, three and a quaitcr miles could not be watched and measured with east of adjoining Jones' Station, that degree of accuracy not to bo excelled on the Versailles pike. Address by other places in this country. JOHN A. SIDHNER, 'Frankfort has bad for vearsan able corps CAN III: OlII'Al.NT.D Dec. Frankfort, Ky. all of whom parsed mm of ritual olliiers, than a creditable examination at the time Heads, thev entered the serviee. The old corps is to be congiiitnlated at the proipecls ol some Wj$Utfff?S5sls6 An 'it'"1 Nwnl poiitively cflectivo .jFj. UemrJy for lh ipdy nj pernuncRt ol their ellicient members being aligned to Cards, Note Heads, cure cf tiemlual jmisiuui and impoienoy bv the only ., , . tru af, tU , Imckt tu tU principatirrtt of tJJIfCAM. JEfl mu lonowing (iittv in me near niiure. mi n,l ra remedy ttuudf witb u i rf tliiwith tticoriioiry pursuit! ofi lift,or iiiLvnvtiUnr. irtttmcKt riol liiUrfrrt TM mod of members stood the most creditable and lu tb tet luur7Kttrcf,tU U no ironcuncf J no neniu.M about va l i irrrrlon Statements, Envelopes, lc.tlTily cutrmie thitpwpinUun.it "rta cU tttltftetkn. ccttUiTfcJ examination of any member of the will ij-i- line, iuauie And wo know you will derive moro good than you havo uoy Idcaof. Our reputation as a manufacturing euinpauy is such that wo can not afford to deceive. Writo to us on a postal and j;ivti your address plainly and receive full FREE! JOB PRINTING-Evans' Printing Bil and Letter Farm for Sale. Office i &eKM3&cv& 1 I in U kiii pin-lieie- nt ttoo--l 1$ U i ,, It corps, viz: field, John Lvans Miles, Jiinies Mooiv WakeJohn Milton Coleman, Stephen Fitz James Trabue, George WatJiinglou Crnd uoeic, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fuel unj tiling printed from a daily newslogcuier wim a miiiiuer m oiner paper to a visiting card. gentlemen loo numeiouH to mention. The promptness and aptitude in which they give Mgimls was eminently satisfactory 15 CONSISTED 1'JIIII WES AS to the Brethren, ami always received their ded," prompt appioval ot "Let it be which was done. It will ull'oid me pleasure to give the proper salutation on meeting the & Horry's OQico aliovo l'ayno Insurance gallant ollieers when assigned to duty. ceJM b; tt MilicAl rofcino 1 J l woit iactt yt d kjt crc4 of rewtlnf aaJ curlof tUU tf rr j reraJtat troullt, Tbt iVin.I is I (U- - na Month), 3 N, SfiiltSrUot t i ttfiUuvtl tmtM, Im tQori ( (l n( mwtr ihtt tnenihj. rurv, ul m)i ( Ne. 3 ruinl U (lUIIMbM lMVtdVIH 1 WWt IUM, i, Cbt if UAil, ui4 i a IMr tl' t'utbH im bAttlvAirtlla juifktli.htih wflt"-ti6 lh n Ml kJ ttkl ht IRaf r4 iracl llt nhi1, It artd (ot lk 4ul. f lif. mu si if Ukf r KdWuJ. i4 for uni . HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O U irfrct rtttoLt) I cn rt'M. !. yalfjr Murkt't uiiJ.witi strt-ft-. LQlUf, MO. ) (! CHEMISTS. E, M jFwSsm A wa$ FRt-tl--! reu-koo- r GOOD TVOEK. Aug. ll-t- f. BEUABLE SEif-OOR- no. yon, Ofliee, on St. Clair .St. Cavalry Brigade. favorite lirescrlntlnn of nun nf llin ""' noieii aim rucccssiiu Hrieeiansisin iiicij.s. (nowietlrcil)li)rtliociiioofjVrror7)'ifrA T.OHt 3Imihintl,Wt nkiH'mi and JiT,buut lUpljtubealcdciivolopeVrr'.DriiKKlstseautHtit. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. v "iWwpWP1 MWiyi'rWiyiiyi)(jMjipiiiiiiiiiip)t iw:wjpif iiiiijpiiMifW1 n' ISHIiiWIr r 91 a BwcwjMm.njwtmjiauaigeamMMnfAr wMnuna ;iiivitik Ufjvmi imnwm hum jegncm:BM;y D B!nBBHRMiAIKr9MMMWWJK9RSMA1MfftC?J1lflKiniGanVUI9MllL M.WM1 W-- Fish, game and all the delicacies of the season prepared in the hig'net style of the art (sintered at tho e at Frankfurt, Kontucky at the Capital Oyster Parlor, Sower Ac Abler, as second class mailable matter. Main street. FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT, OPENING! or Tin: IT aJL GEORGE A. LEWIS, Suitor aaad. DECEMHKR 22, 188.1. FRANKFORT, m M their Tlie Fnnnie Frccsu came np Inst nijrlit While at Jett's Station Monday morning. with n jiood Hip, and will leave this afterthe RortunouT man hurt his foot so tbnt one o'clock for Louisville. noon nt he has not been nble to get around as lively mornMr. Darsie will preach as usual in search of news tiiis week. Suit ing on "A Religion of Joy," n sermon has not been entered against the Railroad appropriate to the Ch.ristmas seaon. To- Company, however. morrow night by request he will preach on The following ollicers wero elected by "The Ninth of Roman?." All arc invited. Frankfort Lodge, Xo. 10, Knights of Honor, .. Juice nnd .IoeSigert have refus- on Tuesday evening for the ensuing year: ed 0.000 for yearling filly Lady Winston. C. Shuhinski, Dictator. She ii hy Viiil, dam Lady Way by imp. C. A. Nelson, Vice Dictator. Eclipse. .Toe says she is the fastest colt for A. Szymanski, Assistant Dictator. her n(;c in the country, and he is holding Logan McKce, Recorder. on for $13,000. Philip Selbert, Financial Reporter. g Geo. Salender, Treasurer. In order to Mipply a want long felt by Dr. Dan'l Gober, Chaplain. the tobacco planters of this county, Messrs. Alex. McEwan, Guide. Rodman it Snecd have commenced the Robert Glore, Guardian. manufacture of tobacco hogbhends at their Win. II. Iirinkworth, Sentinel. mill in this citv. Our fanners should get A. T. Todd, Past Dictator. prices before going elsewhere. Me-sr- On Situiday night Mr. Charlev Mandhler fell on the stairs and sprained his left wrist, ami on Tlnm-da-y he slipped and fell on the pavement in front of his mother's store and sprained hit left ankle, and is now confined to the house. o Mad Jb Opera House with Tin: ACTRESS ENGLISH AT U U J3 1 V ' J v: THURSDAY BEC. 27, OLAIHS SCOTT. On account of the general depression of business, and ail unfavorable season finding us with a large stock of heavy goods on hand, and being at the same time desirous to raise money, believing in the principle that Under the allspices of a Conmittee of the City Council, the proceed of which is to be it is belter to realize the cost for goods and replace them with new goods ued for the purpose of ornamenting the new every season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering Opera House. stock of THIS WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE them our entire EELEDflATED THURSDAY WIGHT, Ot.AinK DEBORAH Scott ns Vh,mh, 1,(100 a played by her over time?. 9 Vy r FRIDAY KISHT-LA- ST LUCRETIA AX1 PRINCESS OF BAGDAD! Magnificent Costumes, GORGEOUS SCENIC BORGIA! Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, &c, EFFECT. NIGHT, Jas. W. Klnclttnun formerly of this city, has been appointed to a poitio;. m the Mr. - Personal. Mr. Au-ti- n J. Kendal) '.til! remains verv side. The old bachelor McAndrew is visiting Mrs. Wnlfiton. Elder George Darsie and wife went to Louisville Tuesday. Hon. E. II. Taylor, jr., has returned from a visit to St Louis. Mi.-- s Lizzie .Tctt, of Richmond, is visiting relatives in this city. Judge Thos. II. Hines will leave for Florida for his health. Col. lice W ingate is confined to his home at Woodlake with rheumatism. Miss Jennie Duvall has retuwied from a visit to St. Louis nnd Louisville. Mr. E. W. Hines will leave for Rowling Green to spend the holidays. Mr. J. Howard Gray is at home from Washington City to spend the holidays. Capt. Sam. M. Gaines will leave Monday for Hopkinsville to hang up his stocking. Mr. Frank Rodman and bride arrived in this city Satinday and have taken rooms at his father's. Miss Florence Barrett left Monday morning to spend the holidays with friends in Ruesellville. Judge Jas. II. Bowden left Monday morning for Russellville, to spend the holidays with his family. Mr and Mrs. H. F. Duncan left Tuesday morning for Rowling Green to spend the holidays. Mis. M. D. Averill, of this county, i eturned Tue.-dn-y Irom a visit to relatives in WooJfoid. Min-Maud Holmes will leave afternoon to vhit friends and relatives in Danville and Lexington. Mit-Ann Richnrdson is lying very ill at the residence of her brother, Mr. Jas. A. Richardson, near this city. to-d- ay to-d- ay afu-rnooj s folding department of the house of r sentatives at Washington by Wintersinith, who was also a former of this city, but now lives in Texas. Salary $2,000 u year. Repredoor-keeperci-ide- Sent? on salo Wednesday morning, Decntnbor 20, at Marshall &, Meagher' shoe Mure, (in Main street. AT CASH i ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale 3 ! W. Pitgh has leceived and accepted a call to take charge ol the Presbyterian Chinch at Hopewell, Indiana. His daughMary, Sadie, Ada and Lizzie, ters, Mi.-sc- s Wednesday night in this city with spent friends on their way from Viiginia to their new home in Indiana. Rev. .1. or Dec. 15-- m. M A :v &, tim-clats NEAR RAILROAD IIRIDUE, constantly on hand a article of which they offer for sale, either set up complete or in the Knock-dowcheap for. cash. Special prices on car load lots. Patronize home industry. hogs-head- SNEED, From this time forward. As our goods arc marked in plain figures, the public can easily sec the benefit to be derived from our liberal offer. We also announce that only a few weeks remain in which you can receive a chance in our CHRISTMAS TRICKS! GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz:. IF YOU WANT The parties to whom the contract was lpt for furnishing the gas fixtures of the Opera House are slow coming to time, and are causing considerable inconvenience, as the Hall is all ready to be opened on Thursday, with the exception of putting up the chandelier and bracket lights. From December 22d to January 1 the Kentucky Cential Railroad will sell excursion tickets to all points on its road at extremely low rates, good returning until January 2d, 18S4. Persons wishing to spend the holidays with friends along the line of that road should bear this in mind. Little Harris Johnson, son of Col J. Stodard Johnson, wnile handling some gun powder Friday afternoon of last week, placed some of it on the ground and ignited it, when it flashed up in his face, burning his eyes so badly that lie had to be led home by his playmates, beini: unable to see. XICE Toys, Fresh French Candies, Cakes AND OTHER COSTFEQTIOErS, for Christmas now is your time to call before the rush begins. Everything in my stock warranted fresh and nice. Call and see me. One Upright Piano, value, One Oil Walnut Bed-rooSet, Cooking Range, One Silver-plate- d m $500 100 75 HARRIS & HERRMANN, December 22, S. FUHS. One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. 1883. Fresh Bread and Hot Rolls EVERY MOrMXXNGr. Deo. 15-- mm 1 Fi! AND mis W. T. RDNYAN, tt. Choice ALL Coal Qfamp. HARDWARE Having determined to sell as cheap as the cheapest, I am now prepaied to sell Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per pound for one pound and upward; Confectionery A Sugar, ioj pounds for$i 00; Choice Extra C Sugar, y cents per pound; C Sugar, 12 pounds for Si 00; Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; And all other goods usually kept in a grocery. Give me a chance to prove the above statements. Nov. f. II. K. WILLIAMS. firs-class Has just received his fall and winter stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Trackfort, Kentucky. family use. Prompt Delivery, Full a i We learn from an exchange that Capt. R. H. Fitzhugh stalled on Wednesday of last week from Carrol ten to make a hor-back reconnoUance of the counliy between that place and Lexington with a view to -s Sallie Lawlcr nnd Agnes Nicol ascertain the probable best route for a railroad between the two points and make a returned Tuesdav afternoon from a visit to friends in Woodlord countv. "rough estimate" of its cost. Judging from Elder J. K. P. South, of this county, has our new reservoir the estimate will not be been called to lake charge of the Christian anything like so "rough" as the actual cost. Chinch al Stamping Ground Scott county. Mr. Campbell E. James and biide arrived It would be a good idea for the commit We having tiie hall in charge to open it fir a intiiis city Monday afternoon ami h.ive review ol the tcenery and all nrrangeme'i'o taken rooms at Mr. N. W. South before an audience of competent ciitus, so Side. that if any changes are manifestly neeesii-rMrs. Thos. Gib-oand children, of they could bo made before the tegular Ducl.'cr Station, lelt Tuesday lor Fort Worth, opening. Yeoman Texas, 10 join her husband, who has located We object to the above for the reason there. Mi-- s that if the suggestions of all the criiio, who Mary Gray, who Inn been visiting consider tlieuicelves competent, vveie taken her brother, Mr. F. V. Grav, in this city" nnd acted upon it would require four hun- lelt for her home in Loiiiaville Wednesday dred years to get the Opera Houe in read morning. , Rev. J. McC. Blimey, of Buffalo, iness to be opened. Go ahead ami open it will ai rive in this city next week, and let the "critics" go to and it is expected, that he will Mipply the as soon as thunder. The people of Frankfort are spoil- pulpit ol the Presbyterian Church during ing to sec a first c!aH entertainment in it. balance ot the winter. Mr. Albert II. Crnteher is visiting his On Tuesday afternoon Deputy Sheriff parents in JJeiie j'omi Having given up R. N. ArcnerA; John Dickson, of Leslie county, who came his position with of prisoners to the Co , iii Cincinnati, he will go to Louisville down to bring a lot the first of the year to commence the practice Peniteuti'iry, while at the boarding-housof law, of Mr. J. M. Dooley, on Main stieet, attempted to take off' his pistol belt and in doing so the weapon slipped from its holster, PRY0R JONES. Wednesday afternoon, at fell on the floor, the hammer striking first, the residence of the bride's father, in this county, cuunty, and .ui and exploded one of the cartridges, the bail .Mr. v. m.ro or, "I Laura Jones, Rev. J. IJooth performing tho passing up through the calf of his right leg, ceremony. struck the fleshy part of the leg above the Mr. Pryor, who is formorly, of PariB, is a knee and continuing upward, passed through nephew of Dr. Win. l'ryor, of thin county, and is the right arm near the shoulder, striking a young man of irreproachable character the bone in such a manner that amputa- and splondid business capacity, Tho bride, a tion will be necessary and struck the ceiling. daughtor of Mr. Jell". Jone, is u beautiful blondo calibre, and and a young lady of superior Intelligence and The pistol was a forty-forefinement. They left immediately for u visit to judging from the danger it did must shoot relatives in Ohio, going by way of Louisville nnd with fearful force. Dr. E. E. Hume was Cincinnati. Tho very best wishes of a host of called in and dressed the unfortunate man's friends attend them. a. wounds. e Weight, Uoltom Prices. YGO 'UlPsJ. NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him Telenlioiio connection No. 36. Geo. Dec. f. s. MACisxrer, Mi-H- FRANKFORT, KY. stand Nov. :i-3- at Swigert's old St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Capistmas Goods s,igis SAMUEL-AYERS, Ca-ey'- M 6 A ENTIRE NEW STOCK. I HAVE ON HAND io-t- v, DR. n JAMES ELY, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, 19 DRESSING CASES, Otfce and Residence, Old Crittenden Prjperty, Corner Main and Washington. Successor "' B. F. Muolc, Main Street, Frank- Office Hours- -7 to S A. M., 12 to 1 P. M , 7 to fort, Ky., continues tho watohronairinj; busincsn 8 P. M WATOH HAKEU, JEWEL CASES, New-York- 10 MANICURE SETS. show case devoted to presents for gentlemen. A big lino of W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY liy promptness and enroful work, he hopes to merit tho patronago of thoso who desire to have thelrwntchos lonaired with out damago being dono thoin. Surveyors' repaired ami othor instruments requiring delicate and ucourntoadjustmont. coin-passes at tho old stand, pos-ib- le Me-sr- s. (bought in Sun Fianeisco). l'lush Mirrors, l'luquo Trainee, &c, .fcc. e j9 Come and see tho finest Asjorlment in tho city. In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasuro in expressing my ontiro conlldonco in Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance & with him as ft workman, do not hoiltaic to com-mehim as ovcry way capable of meeting tho I cordially invito you to call and examine my oxpoctatiou of my former natrons. IJ. F. ML'EK. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. Sept. 30-- tf MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Sep3.tf. DRY GOODS, nd MAllRIKI). JOE LeCOMTE l$r.V..$S'9"t.,i)n SciErcino America, iir. r"uii;.iiii,i jiir r. lontr, ..iiuo ..- 1883 FHA.X4 KFORT FALL 1883. TREES. PATENTS I'ltln f.01.1 MACHINE WORKS, TREES, TREES, con. JONES BEOS., Proprietors. Mar.ataeturcrsof all kinds of New Wort, tor Unlte.1 State; Oalmdi, f ,',",w "nwWits, tvr tho etc. ! muoc. Utrmwiy, IjMbm ubolc n&out .Jl'' free. Thlrty'si'vpn Hy.,n.,.,,.c' R'J."''?1' MHNN. CO. uronotlcea u iHuoiir.tjiriu mo liiruust. I ojt. iind Oincu, XI IlroadTOy, KoVr Hum! Wo olfor this season an unusually largo stook of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREKS, small FRUITS, GRAPEVINES, and everything found in a NunsK.nv Estadmmimknt. Wo employ no ugents. Dosorlptivo catalogues on Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. application. nov 10 Jim. II. F. HILLENMEYER. Lkxinoton, Kv. ur AMKKICA.V York. COALFCOAL! ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for Bale nt Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKLIN. cuted at this Oifice. Job Work Neatly Exe- of the State. JGgyCoiitracts for New Work in nr.y paxt One door west of comer Ann and Broadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April 16-t t T II ' :' II I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANK FOKT, DEOKMUEU 22, 1883. UK5I CIBClMTIilSCIlflllifi TO TRAVELERS. V Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will he in effect on the L. & N. K. R. for this point. TRAINS SOUTH. Fitnsit OvsTints. Superior quality and where Mr. Peter K. Told can solid measure at Day & Haft's. always he fonnil remly to wait on oustomei'H. . kinds of fancy grocies always on hand . .. . . hna added Acme Club akutca E. Powers Philip Selberf, tho Popular Jewtd his already large variety of skates. eler will distribute the three grand South-Mile- The people of Frankfort rhoiiltl patronize the new wholesale mill retail conl fit 111 of S. & J. II. ToM, for tlicy Imve come to Olllct- - nt II. R. Williams' grocery, Htny. , Oyster loaves at the Capital Oyster Parlor, Main street. C. G-en- 'l E. JA.MES, Insurance Agent, oitositi: court house, MLY. London, London. London. Covington, Ky. New York. HnUnn . FOR SALE ! h(0)n Christmas cards at Joe LeComptcV. Handsome Suburban Property, o, 11 FBAMEFOBT, Kire Insurance Association City of London . . ., London nnd Provincial Kenton Gcrmanin . Prescott New Orleans aujf ti-i- Almanacs nnd calendars made their appearance - for 1884 have prizes Thursday evening, Jan. Oth, 1884. Owing to thoillininlMieil ni.o of my family I wish to dinposo of my hiiiiilotnti rcsiikncc on tho Lnwrencoliurg pike. The Iioujo tins ten rooms, is in thorough repair nnd bus nl I modern conve- niencof. Thcro are six acres of 'round nttiichid to the plnoc. I will sell cither I urnlslicil or uti- furnished. Apply to mo on tho premici'D or at tho toro of Gray .1 Kodmnn. i' eriiw easy. J No. No. No. No. arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7:15, r. M. Train The Court of Appeals will adjourn to-dNo. c connects with train leaving Cincinnati, yea i m. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villfor the holidays. The Superior Court ad Freight trains Icaiing Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 r.!., will carry journed on Wednesday. passengers between Frankfort and Lexington, nnd all o intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 23 are Sunday trains only, A Quardruplo Dinner Castor K. P. BRYAN, Agent. ay a. No. No. No. No. No. Trains No. at Ja). M. Todd's. The convicts in the Penetentiary will he Frankfort. E. Power it selling toilet sets nt cost in ' 5!JS r. given a Christmas dinner on Tuesday. 17 order to make room for his large new stock A. M. 10:55 A. M. 8:15 17 5:15 r. m. 21 2:27 r. M. 6:40 v. M. Foil Rr.NT. Four rooms and kitchen. of goods. 4:10 p. m. 19 C. & O . . . . TKAINS NOItTIti , Good water in tho yard, and stable. Apply Joe LcCompto has the only line of bras Leave Leave at corner of Logan and Second streets, to goods in the city. Louisville. Frankfort. 18 10'3J A. M. John Halmhtiber. 7:00 A. M. 22 2:35 r.M. .vs:53 P. Dlfken's Novels, 15 vols, cloth, leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 P. m. 24 Handsome and elegant holiday presents 20 C. & O. . . . 3:00 p. M. s:2 ' m. at $12; Mucnuly's England, $3; 28 leaves Lou. A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. at rock bottom prices nt Sower & Ah lei V. Leave Arrive at Louisville. s'-i M o New Orleans, La. Aug. 25-t- f. John T. Cray. CAPITAL EL Q. ABT & GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r3 Starks' White Hail Clothing House 33 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, tfncimly's Mcl'lutc's Essays, $2.50, at No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher Received Thursday night a line of goods entirely new for decorating, by Joe pte. FRANKFOKT, SPECIAL KENTUCKY. The Turf Restaurant, open day and night. A dozen St. Clair street, given away at Philip Selbert's the Jeweler. Read Joe LCcompte's advertisements. Xnins Goods at McClure's. New and beautiful Goods in Waggoner's ' Holiday stock. 3t. egs just now are worth as much ' A splendid stock of 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 Oct. 25-- tf. gold-hende- d as the hen which laid them. Our merchants are complaining that so far trade ba3 been unusually dull this Christmas. canes, suitable for Christmas presents, just received nt P. Sel- Drums from 15 cents upward at homc' Goods at 3t. Banta's. Wuggener is selling Holiday very low prices, bert's. m Elder P. S. Fall will preach nt the The Council Chamber, City Clerk's office, Clair Street. m One of the largest assortments ot toys, in the City Hall are and Police Court-roobeing cleaned up nnd gotten ready for occu- fruits, and fancy articles to be found in the city is at tho new establishment of Mr. pancy next week. John M. Banta, at the corner ot Broadway Mr. Jas. M. Daley will open a saloon and St. Clair streets. Everything fo and restaurant in the room in the old Com- Christmas may be found there, together monwealth building bit sly occtipiul by with oysters, game of all kinds, and u fi.l. ' Capt. Jack Veach. line of staple and fancy groceries. The cantract for putting up the PresbyIf yon feel yourself growing weaker, terian Church building in South Frankfort been let to Mesrs. Clark & Kirk, of your strength failing, the functions ot your has body becoming impaired, take warning in this city, for $2,450. time! Your blood is starving for want of Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dock The Council on Tuefday night, by a de- nourishment. and Sar?aparilla is food for the blood. It cided vote, determined not to rent the storepurifies this stream of life nnd strengthens room in the City Hall next the Buhr Hotel every part of the body, rebuilds a broken down constitution, produces dreamless slumfor purpose. ber, and restores wasted energies and a shatThe Masonic Lodges of this city will hold tered nervous system. A trial bottle will their regular annual election of officers on convince. No other remedy equnls it. Thursday evening, Dec. 27th, the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist. Morrocco Case with 36 pieces to m bar-roo- morning. Another teacher in the Public School is Presbyterian Church to be married, making the fifth in a little Why is it that so many neglect coughs more than a year. nnd colds until they get consumption? Why m Senator Williams has again introduced is it so many die of consumption? It is his bill in the Senate to provide for pension- because they will not come and be healed. Every one knows n sure conquerer of throat ing Mexican soldiers. diseases is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, and that it can be got of any drugOne of the prettiest and most tempting gist. displays in the city is to be found in the A fine lot of oranges and other fruits at window of Mr. Jns. M. Todd. Marshall's. There is general complaint among our E. Power has common and best quality merchants that this is the dullest Christmas New York Club skate. All sizes Shirley they have seen for several years. skates. Eureka skates, blue and nickle- Twenty-eigconvicts were received at plated, suitable for Christmas presents. the Penitentiary Tuesday morning from Lexington seven women and twenty-onA fine imported Olook given away men. at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler, St. ht Everything good to eat at Banta's. New buckwheat flour and maple syrup at Jas. M. Todd's. FOR CASH ONLY. Chromo given to every purchaser I TAKE this method of informing the r. iblic that from this day I at MeC. lire's. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, i aking no exceptions or Fresh lot of the nicest French candies deviations. My stook of jnst received nt Jas. M. Todd's. 1,000 Pieces sheet music for 5 cents a peice or 50 cents adozen at L. B. Marshall's News Depot. 2t. ST0YES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, W at B ant's. Oysters, Turkeys.Celery and Fish New stock ofjewelry just received is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. o at Phil. Selbert's. New Crop New Orleans Sugar and lasses at Jas. M. Todd's. Down in prices for cash nt N. F. Richardson's. mo- Roofing, Guttering, and Eepairing 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, ' e & O. T. Selbert keeps the only full line of jewelry, watches, clocks and silver ware in the city. stock ot raisins, currants, citrons, aud all kinds of nuts at Jas. M. Todd's. New JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. at Philip Selberts, the Popular Jeweler. Boarding. week or month. A few boarders by the day Wanted by Mrs R. B. at LcCompte house, near Iron Hririge. Mc-Kee, Luminous Alarm Clocks, only $2 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. Xi. MANG-AN- , Jas. M. Todd is selling groceries as cheap as any houe in the city. New Bacon and Hams-n- t SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Scg.-j.a- C, W. Finccl's Cliaatca. Street, rLTcrtlieast Csrxier, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Capital r e. for sale nt wholesale or retail. New Yoik Cteamery, Edam, Monk and Factory Cheese at Banta's. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y The Council on Tuesday night ordered the Jeweler, St. Clair Street. Call and see Selbert's new stock bids to be received for rebuilding the foot o bridge across the hollow in front of Mrs. Get one ol those luminous match safes at of goods. Page's property on Ewing street. Powers, so that the children can Bee where Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fincel's. Satto find the matches to get up a light on isfaction guaranteed. After the first of January Mr. L. B. Christmas morning. Marshall will remove his news depot and Granulnted sugar 10 pound? for a dollar fruit btand to the room at the old Mansion E Power has beautiful straw, shell and tuN. F. it O. T." Richardson's. House corner formerly occupied by Mr. gilt flower baskets and designs, and cut Call on Banta and examine his imfloweis 6 nimble for Christmas ptcscnu. John M. Banta. . be given away at Philip Selbert's, Orders by telephone promptly attended to. IS 3 K. M'CLURE & BIO. The L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip Jno, Dnden can supply you with everytickets between all stations on its line for thing you want for your Christmas dinner. one fare, good returning until January 23, No disease will trouble vou if you keep 1884. A good chnnce to go and spend the your blood pure, your kidneys strong, your holidays with your friends. bowels regular and your mind clear by an occasional use of thnt great reviver and Hon. John S. Odcll, Representative supporter of henllh and strength known from Anderson county, has rented one of as Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dock and Miss Venie Hemdon's new houses, and will Its praise should be.in every tnouthl remove his family here and keep house dur- Its merit should be known fiv all ing the session of the Legislature. New Yoik Ledger, Weekly, Fireside! Companion, Saturday Night and Family Three inches of snow fell Sunday, which brought out a few sleighs for a short time Story Paper for five cents each at Mar3t. and livened up" the coal and boot nnd siioe shall's News Depot. . trade considerably. About every other day The best wagon in town for one dollar at since wo have had another installment of S. Fuhs. the beautiful. Call on Jno. Dryden for oysters, game, o About seven o'clock Thursday morning turkeys, celery, and everything good to the wharf boat of tho Mail Line Company, eat. tied up to the City Wharf, began to leak Black and white enkes made on short and sank rapidly until sho wan nearly notice nt S. Fnhs'. under water. The watchman waH asleep m on board of her nt the time nnd Mr. fleorge Don't forget the quilt at Crutcher fc B. Macklin had to scud n man down to Starks'. A lew more chances left. wake him up. Considerable freight was on Fon Sam:. A good second-han- d board of her nt the time, nnd only a few boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson te bnrrels of flour belonging to Messrs. Miles Meek, te Son were- gotten oft' before the water came Sarsa-parill! up-riget mense stock of Holiday goods, and he will please you in prices. 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted W. Fincel's, Frankfort Ky. Go and sec the beautiful at C. COARSE WINTER Have an im mensc stock at J. L. A: Holiday Goods W. H. Wnggener's. 3t. C. W. Fiuce! pays the highest price for hogs. BOOTS & SHOES! jThcy are selling ofi MEDIUM PRICED terror to all at prices so low that they strike Luminous Olooks without alarm new goods to 75, at Philip Selbert's, the popu lar Jeweler. select from. $1 Cheddar, Edam, Monk, nnd America cheese at Jas. M. Todd's. Young Call and see them Send vour lard cans to the meat store of Noel it .letters to have them filled with nice new lard. at your BOOTS & SHOES competitors. Call and exam- earliest conven- lot of goods suitable for ience. wedding presents at Selbert's. Spareribs ami bucutiones at Noel it Jet- fers'. A Liberal discount will be given on nl A large FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. ine while the stock is fresh. HATSCAPS. NEW STYLES ! cash yearly subscriptions to Periodicals taken this month at Marshall's News Depot. 3t. in. Novelties in Toys at Banta's. For Toys Call at Banta's, opposite State House. NEW STYLES !! tar iiipwtoltfiijiiii FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. What Between the Bridges. jolly time the hoys are having sleigh riding ; but oh how cold. Mr. John Julian and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hooch last Wednesday. Messrs. Tom McGrnth nnd J. Reeves passed through our town Wednesdey evenn I District No. 7, Fkanklin Co., Kv. Antioch. Mis.i Sal lip Ilnvper jrnvc the young folks u dunce on l lie ni'.'lit o! the 11th. Tlie ringing clnss mot tit Mr. Gnvlmrt's Inst TueMlny tiislit, n ml li:ul :i delightful time. The snow, the Where Mre the poet-lieaiitiful snow. Don't tell luiyone about the snow they know it. Dr. Davis is now attending on little Upihkp, who i improving slowly, liana out your Miingk, Doe. have heard from this section As far n all are opposed to a tax (or a new jail; so Magistrates diaw in your hums, Mes-rn rented the ha Mr. Mat. Meagher house on the rreelc, and removed hid little wile to it. He savs he wants all thoe correspondents to quit writing about him, and let him have peace. Some youna ladies anil gentlemen, who .Tiin-mie s. Chi.-oli- started home mid just before reaching the schooNhoiie the storm htir-- t upon them in all its fury, the snow blowing lull in their faces. They could not see their way and had to return to Mr. Owens'. Mince meat, fresh fruits, nuts, cakes, confectionery and Christmas Mipplies at Sower Ac Aider's, Main street. were at Hob Owens' lat Sunday niht. Wigginton. Born. son. week. Miss Eliza Miss Lizzie on the lirsl ol To tfr. J. X. Bridges and wife, a of Several parties nrespoken for Christmas Jessamine county. Sharp h visiting her sister in completed to the Owen county line. Mr. John Gaines went to Cincinnati the first of the week to lay in a stock of Christmas goods. Messrs. Spencer 0. and W. P. Wigginton spent several days in Lexington last week visiting Iriends. Mr. C. Malts and Miss Sallie Newton were mnuied at the bride's father last Sunday, by Rev. J. T. Burton. a party at Peter Wiley's last week, in which knock downs were indulged in freely. Smnll-po- x Parker will reopen her school January. The turnpike through this place has been It is said that a lively row took place at is on the increase at Minors-vill- c. Six new cases are reported in one faniilv and one in another. So far ns we have been able to learn uoi.e of them have proved Intal as yet- . E. Power has elegant toilet sets, coal vases, coal hods and tire sets suitable for Christmas presents. Bridgeport. The book agent week. has been around this Editor Roundabout: Ap I am n common teacher in the schools of this State I leel it my duty to express views m regard to the 27f),000, more or less, which is actually due the children of this State, but by some hook or crook has been other wise disbursed. In justice to myself, my country, nnd the poor children ol this State ing. do I grasp my pen to agitate a question that know is light, and 1. believe that the idea Mr. Alex. Julian, Jr., was at his old home I which 1 advance upon this question will in this neighborhood last Saturday and Sunmeet with the approval of all who are day. friendly to the Cause of education. Now in The school teacher and photographer the first place, we have from three to five made a visit last Suday to some friends in' months free schools for the pnipose. of educating pupils from six to twenty years Andeison county. in the common branches, for which the Owing to the extreme cold weather, Miss teachers receive 1.40 per capita. But in Hnttie Tinsley did not return to Franklort some cases the per capita is swelled a little to school this week. by the patrons, who leel willing to give a Chnrlev Johnson can no longer boast of teacher a reasonable compensation lor his having the best puller, as Owen Tinsley services. If to the amount of money which now as the boss mule. hns been collected from all souices were added the per cent, that is justly due the When was Tom Bailey ordained a Baptist children preacher' He preached at the Baptist the capita so of this State itit would make the would enable per large that Chtncli one night last week. some districts to have from eight to ten Miss Jenhie Darlington talks of going to niontlisschool taught instead of five. As Louisville next week to spend the Christmas it is we have but live month schools in with some friends in the city. which tlicjtencher s pay is but little and the Why? Because We need a bridge across main Benson in pupil not advanced much. is so short that by the time the the west corner of Franklin county, near the the session teacher gets them rightly started the term line between Franklin and Anderson. expires and we have no more school for Mr. Win. Lowen killed three Iiol'b that seven months, unless by subscription, when, weighed twelve hundred pounds. Good for if all moneys which nre set apart by the uncle Billy, lie understands raising hog. laws of this Commonwealth were so disof the school Mrs. II. Wiggs and her daughters Misses bursed in defraying the expenses we could have a better corp- of teachers, Aline and Laura, with several other ladies lengthy spent last Thursday with Mrs. Judge pay better salaries, have more sessions and better schools. Brown. I noticed an item in your paper some Joe Xewkirk, of Mercer county, stayed time since, tlint n suit had been entered one night Inst week at .hsq. linMey a with aaainst the Auditor for the amount of nineteen hundred turkeys which he was Railroad tax, Arc., which should have been paid over to the school fund, but lie had driving to the Louisville market. his duty accordMiss Mary Tribble, of Shelby county, is failed to do so when it was ing to the laws of the State. Now how can spending this week with her mint, Mrs. Joe Terry, while Mr. Terry is in Madioti coun- he be relieved of this mistake by an act of the. Legislature? I think it can only be done ty on n visit to his brother .John. by the laws which controll the public fund Misses Lela nnd Hnttie Tinsley attended ol this State, which is the only and right the social given by Mr. Leslie Collins Inst way to settle the matter. 1 do not mean to Friday night and report a pleasant trip, an say that the Auditor knowingly made the elegant supper and a splendid time gener mistake, but according to rumor the misally. take was made, and it ought to be settled according to justice. There is a teachers' The cold weather nnd severe who has do not prevent Mr. Chatter- Julian from friend in the city of Frankfort, be sucgoing back nnd forth daily, attending his ferited out this mistake and should he in cessful in having the matter settled in favor stock on each of his two farms, one of the poor children of this Commonwealth, Franklin and the other in Shelby. he certainly would be entitled to the lasting Mr. Will Elliott has lately had the farm gratitude of all who are interested in the law, in schools of the State. belonging to his wife and sister-iShelby county, divided, nnd ns the pnrt on I notice a call lor the teachers to meet at which the improvements are fell to his e on the 22J inst., at 2 p. m., the he will proceed at once to the crec- - to discuss this subject, and am very sorry tion of a residence. that I cannot nvnil myself of the opporMr. Frank O'Neal, of Paris, Ky was in tunity to meet with them, but cannot as I our neighborhood last Tuesday, and rentod want to close my school on that day, but hope that all other teacheis of the county for his mother the brick house lately purJ. R. Feaks. Frank 19 will be present. chased bv Lantn Armstrong. strictly a business gentleman and hnsn kind and generous heart that ever 'jeats in fond THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY reinemberance of his kind old mother, who richly deserves and highly appreciates his generosity. LIVE, PROGRESSIVE, POPULAR. ' Eq's Russell, Moore and Tinsley were appointed bv the Court of Claims as a comThe Cheapest and Best Family Newspaper In in this mittee to sell the present the South, county and select another that can be made ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. and thereby relieve the more Children' AH the Jfctra Agricultural Department of such an enormous pauper Corner Complete Market ltcportu Sparkling Jllscel. expense. They are of the opinion that a laney Thrilling Stories. farm by proper management can INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, ug. be made To Old and Young alike. Subscribe for It. Punch and Judy. 1 - Rlwntde, On!. Tho dry cllmnb cotes, note, Throat, Lunj,s, full Idea, 80 p., route, coat, t too. MNiTAWtfK. 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Cltr 1 ivjm PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. 3PBLOF. !! -- t.i 1 iN 1 1 4.K7prww.vnra MJJfta, HARRIS' Is .3t3&& A Radical Curd FOB ra?. i J (cm. NTRVOUSCEMMrv; oreaulj cakiicis nuil do. cay, tnd nunicrou ob rcuro iU.'0!i'J, l.aflinl rlillf-i- l plivelclaa. tcjuU lieu yuuiliful Inciters, tlont, tuo Trco Id Julgf ace, iisd over train vcrk. Do Cot (cmpurlzo initio i'j:h cucn ic iutK in our js. .Mold b.inj Imposed WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TRAINS FOE X.2TX IMPGTENCV. CZTTosted for over O yoara by uoo la thou panda of caass. 1 tUicr remetllcj for thcro trouble. Oct otir ties clreu. lir aad trial pacligo sad l"ira Important fact before t.iMng trcataicut cHCTbcr?. TMte n remedy that hit cured tlionsaniK &ufl docs not In tcrfero lta attention to bast, less or caue pi!n or locou. lenience, rounded en set crtlflo medical prlcclpl" Cronlnc; In faornact rcpuia tbn. Dlrcctaprllcatlcniothu icatcfIca:o nukes its spcrino inuucncc leu ttuiwus delay. Tho ratural fuae. tlcnsoftlio human 0:50 tn by prctcntlau claliii ol HEW "STORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL E PACKAGE. TRIAL SEND ADDRESS Th3 nro restored. nlmatlDT dcmecti of llfo which ban) been wasted orti given bast. oeconicj Tlio ra" cheerful find gala ttrcngtu rapioijr. HARRIS REMEDY CO.,M'fg 8O05 Koith 10th St., Et. Loan, Chemlsti, so. One Month's Treatment, $3 1 2 months,$5 : 8 months, $7, For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest or address James C. Ernst, Ooncral Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. tJckct-offico, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. NASHVILLE 7WrM fflLDUiSVlDi,'& snow-stor- ms Quick Time, Close and Sure nections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. No. z. 8 co Con- mm iiliiraTiiE xo the: n 28. 1883. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CH-A.JVGH- sister-in-la- S Court-hous- IIST No. 4. m m m m No. 18 FULLMAI PALACE " Cynthiana Arr Paris. . . Lve.l'nris Arr Lexington . Lve. J'aris.. . . . Lvc. Millursburg Lvc. Carlisle Lvc. Covington " Falmouth . . . . . . a m 9.33 10.40 11. 15 11.20 . . . . . . 12 05 COMMERCIAL. Arr. Maysvillc. . . . Lve. Paris it. 25 " Winchester . . 12.50 " Richmond.. . . 2.15 " Lancaster.. . . 3.34 Arr. Stanford Jtinct. 4 00 m m in m 700 p m 8.30 p m a m C.20 p m p m s 00 p in p m 9. 10 p m 12.45 P m P m, 4.20 p m p mj 5 00 p m 3.00 p a m 4.35 p a m 5.38 p a m 6.20 p a ml 6,20" p p m 7.10 p 6.20 p 6.40 p CARS I'ROM LOUISVILLE XO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksons ville, Mobile, and New Orleans. poor-hou- se TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lvc Stanford No. . tax-paye- rs 1. No, 3. No 17 EMIGRANTS ES? poor-hous- e " Lancaster Junct . . . . . . . . selt-sustai- ni r f Etn. J. B. Ilussell made a trip to Louis-- . ville this week. Mrs. Maggie Jackson lias been quite sick lor several days. Mrs. Sallie Roberts is lying very ill at iier home near this place. Miss Marry Tiihhle, of Shelby county, is the guest ol Mrs. Hosa Terry. Mr. Jos Terry has returned home from a tvisit to relatives in Madison county. , fev. E. S. S. Alderman, of North .preached at South Benson Church test Siipijay. MissiEyi.ma Jenkinf hns returned home from ji tw.o weeks' visit to Mrs. Collins. White IJ,all. Little Miss XeJUe Thomas, of Farmdale, is in the village, speeding some time visit- -, in'; lelatiyes. If we wore an editor ,vc would feel like (.knocking dawn. t,he first person thai said to i, us, .'Oh thesnow, the beautiful hiiow." Mrs. Sirali Freeman and Master Willie Chambers have leturned home from Louisville, wlieie have been in attendance at the Miss Ella. . marriage of her daughter, We are now ptepared to believe the .teachers in thUconniv at least are willing their rights. We hope results may to . accrue from our meeting that will, he , benefit to the teacher. of of Mir. Itehicca Crockett's cows fell One .i last Sunday night. She her ice houi-was, however, acscued from her perilous nituation by the assistance. of several neigl- . bors, without any serious consequences, Xews icaehed this place last Wednesday from Texus. that. one ol Mr. fium. Bradley's sons, U j earn old, fell Iroin a tree and was iiistautlV killed. J)eep sympathy is manifested fur the family by thU entire vicinity. A Jocky 'Club, co we are en formed, will be orgiiui;'.ed at tbi; place Cnristitins day, Those desiring to engage in the horse finding business can he accommodated any time during the .holUlays. Bring on your Caro-Unato-da- Stoney Creek. Mr. Isrnl Rodgcrs spent Saturday and Sunday on Stoney Creek. Mr. nnd Mrs. Berry Witt are quite feeble from the effects of chills. Mr. Frnncis Brawner hns been very much indisposed for several days. Mr. John LeCompte visited relatives at Pleasurcville, Henry county, lal week. Mr. Jack Witt and wife, of Woodford county, nre visiting his parents, on Stoney Creek, this week. Mr. F. M. Smith spent several days in Henry county this week, near Eminence, prospecting for a farm. Mr. Jesse Smith, of Owen, who has been spending several weeks in this vicinity, returned hoi'in Saturday. Mr. Dick Moore, while trying to pat a handle in an ax, cut his hand so very badly that he has been unable to use it for some time. Our singing society met at Mr. Nathan Mcore's on Sunday night of last week, at Mr. Jesse Smith's on Thursday night aid Mr. F. M. Smith's Saturday night, were highly entertained at all three places, for which we feel ourselves under renewed obligations for the kind hospitality shown in w hile assembled at their homes. Mr. Editor: This will be my Inst letter from Stoney Creek as your correspondent, as my school 1 A SFLEUDID OFFER THE Arr. l'aris " Winchester . " Richmond 11. 00 a m 1. 15 p m 11.24 u " 2,10 p m 6.00 a m 12.45 p m 6.00 p m 7.20 a in 2 25 p m 8.15 a m 3.10 p r.i Lve. Maysville " Carlisle . . . . " Millcrsburg Arr. l'aris Lve.Lcxinpton Arr. vl'.iri. . . . . Lvc. l'aris. " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth. . Arr. Covington . No. a m 12.40 p m a m 2.08 p in a m 2 29 p m a in 3.10 p m a m 2.15 p m a m 3.10 pm a in 3. jo p m a ni! 3. 48 p in a m 4 55 P "i ic.30 a ml 6.30 p m 6,00 7.30 7.50 8.15 7,20 8.15 8.15 8.50 9.55 j will recclvo special low rates. For Routes, Uates, Timo, tto., see E. P. Bbvan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATM ORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. S. F, Smith, M. D. STS G. A. D. IIkuwn, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, 25 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. in., arrives Mays-vill- e goo a. mt 'No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m., arrives Maysville 8.30 p. in. No. 27 leaves Maysville Coo a. m., arrives LexingOflloo and residence next door, to tho Baptist ton 9 to a. in. No. 23 leaves Maysvillc 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 00 p. in. Church, S. Clair street. No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 7. bo p. m. No, 5 leaves Falmouth C 15 a. m , nrrives FRANKFORT, KY. NEW PLANING MILL. Covington 8, 10 a. in. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday, Spoclul Spates to EmiurantK. Nlckl Stem The New Cobo, liawlsoinu, durnblp nnd warranted to kei'p porfuct time. HETAII. PWCK Till: WOULD OVEIl, $J.W. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS WATCH FOR ONLY S3.60, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Tho Waterlmry Watch Compnny hum National repn cheap Watch In Ilia World, tatlou for makinc; tho not ono is pent from the 1'nctury without having boon run for fix day nnd caritullv riRiilaUt. It runs 27 hours with one winding, and wilt last for yonri. This Is thi rarinir'8 Watch, tho Jllmr's Wnlch.lho Laborer's Watch, the I!o'b Watch, tho fcchool Oirl's Watch in fact, even body's Watch. Upon receipt of S5.W by reKiitcred letter or monoy order, th Wntch will bo forwarded by mall or expres with charges prepaid, and tho COJIMKUUIAli will La mailed regular! j for one year, jostago tree. OlfrLY S3.50. WMInp, Waterlmrv Watch, lst connections, etc., For tickets, rates, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. time-card- J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Clas- CHAS. L. IIROWN, Gcn'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. G. W. I1ENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. s Planing Mill, to furnish nil kinds of Is now prepared TZlVGrTJJL.A.Tl KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, ggtfJ&!CS alho Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin ffl rv.0:ii 1 I Gifii. y ANOTHER OFFER. For n Club of twelve Hubacribors to tho VfTXKhY COM.MKHCIAI. und 12.f, tho jitter up of tlie Club will bu prwutod, nil charges prepaid, with one of tbg Watehe-iwhich w II I costt'l.Wlauyv. hero and every where, beud for sample topics uud (jo to work. Gotten out in tho Boat Stylo. May lfl.tf. la-ti- ng 11 jiJngH, boys. Address will close'on thclMlh and shall not remain THE COMMERCIAL. longer in this vicinity at present, but ho,e LOUISVILLE, KY. you will get some one to fill my place, as 1 shall have the Rouniuuout sent to me wherever J go, in order to hear from the & different localities in Franklin county, and especially Stoney Creek. 1 haveendeav orel to dibchrge'my duty to the satisfaction of your many rendeis and in justice to House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. myself. 1 now ,bid you adieu, thanking von .for (lie space you granted mo for the USTPlaiuuml Decnrntive Paper Ilnnging many letters! haye .written you from this a speciality. place, tI remajn ypur as ever, Orders left at AverilPs drujr store will be promnlty J. It. Feaks. April iC- - tt attended to. FANNIE FREESE! rptill inn k hi g ht-- r rt'ijulur trijis from Frniikfort to LouIrvIIIh. SI10 leaven Frankfort every vonliij'. mid rateit inornlngnmlSittiirtlay Tho itru itncliuai ac itny other tr.inHporlatlnn. Fniml'j Frcesu boltings ty Frankfort and to Onjit. S. V. I'enuo. and why not jiatronizo her ? Fpielul ratus on all frolcht KinK xouth or west Wed-nosdny EGBERT SON, and tliroujrh bills of liullnir ulvon. S. V. Pnd, Siel JW T p loss PROPmnORS. J'loji'r. BEN FREEMAN, .VflOffl. A. B. WILLIAMS, Aycnt. llRSFMEIfS&Ga Juno iiv fA. ly (J-- PITTSBURGH. July 14 tf. i fh I' t ' ' -? ' afcMiShaKjfcaiJStfii-J.AafAASfcA-.J. .....AT..liJt - J . iiCTt vrT-f- e y v J 1 .....-I- - - ; -- X- "fry-.V- ....jr 4 s ' - r " .t ? A v ,,.,' ' ' r t 1"1 ; : " 7 fc j '.i I'.vFJfr'll' 'p'ii'7,Ji, ' j jt. , ?fn('T!Pi . wv Tlfk".' - 'TiTWW .n., (Wjj'iii!i;)W)Ps'.iW?;9w!"tIf iW