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The following lines accompanied Christmas present on Tuesday: Dear Grandma: may this littlo staff Support you in your winding ways, Make straighter many a crooked path, And add somo comfort to your days.. May It preserve from many a bump, . Make lighter many a hoavy fall, Until no longer you shall thump Nor fall nor bump at all, at all. So shall your winding way bo straight, Your crooked paths bo smooth and oven, Number 15. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND on FHOM THIS sum DAY a 01 THROUGH IE HOLIDAYS AN ENDLKSS VARIETY OP FINE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Until at last through Heaven's gato You stumble, struight right into Heaven. MUFFLERS. &C." Elegant Merchant Tailor It need not, may not cro displace Tho rod and staff that comtnrt thee But may it servo in time its pinco, Tho others theirs eternally. Members of the Legislature can find acSome much needed improvements are being made in the sidewalk nt the north end commodations near the State House, in the Hefl'ner building. Apply to S. W. Paine. of the St. Clair street bridge. Tho pave ment will be taken up and relnid and a The little steam yacht, Ophelia, was new plank walk put down, which widens either too heavily weighted with snow on lier the approach to the bridge very materially. toof or was allowed to get too full of water Saturday night, for she went to the bottom We are requested to announce thnt, each and every member of Capital Lodge, No. of the river. She was raisul Monday and 269, I. (). O. T., is earnestly desired to be is all right again. m in attendance at the meeting on Thursday The drawing for the Piano, Furniture, and evening next, January 3d, 18S4, as business Range offered by us to our customers will of the greatest importance will come before ake place at the Court House on Monday, the lodge. December 21st, at 2 o'olock P. M, All tiokot holders are invited to attend. Mrs. C. Brown, mother of Mr?. Robt. HARRIS & HERRMANN. Triplett, of this county, died at the resison-in-la- Ileal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give speciu nttcntinn to the purchase and qolo of real cstnto collection of rents, I'lnims, and tho negotiation of loans. Olfieo opposite Court Houso. i June 25-I- JUST ItECKIVED BY f. OVERCOATS! Owing to the long continued fine weather, we havo determined to soil from our Mammoth Stock 'nil styles of Holiday Goods, including Handsome Suits and Overcoats, at lower prices or as low prices as any wholesalo houso will, at least theso ejaods must and will be sold at tho following prices : ffi stxit Double-breasted If 1 m 50 Silk Umbrellas from $4.50 to $10.00. 35 Gentlemen's Silk Mufflers at $4.00, former prioe $6.00, 40 Gentlemen's Silk Mufflers at $2.50, former price $5.00. 200 Gentlemen's Silk Handkdrohiefa at 50 cents to $1.50, former prices $1.00 to $2.50. Merchant Tailor Overcoats, silk lined, at $30.00, former prioe $48.00. 500 Handsome Saoue Suits at $12.00, former price $18.00, 300 Handsome Cutaway Suits at $14,00, former price $20.00. Prock Suit3 200 Handsome at $18 00, former prices $25,00. 175 Fairs Fine Silk Suspenders at 2.25, former prices $4.00. Remember, from this dato is tho proper time to niakij your selections, Don't wait until all tbeso aro sold, or you will have lost a bargain. ORDTCHER I STARES 437 AND 439 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. iiiisiiiiii timiiiL - S3:22T5F PAGES. Diamond BoU and fa Watches, SILVER-PLATE- D W4RE, French and American Clocks Spectacles and Instructions how to uso your We aro giving Interesting prices. ploguo. oycH1 cat- - Send for i OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jowclor. N. Upper Street. Lueington, Ky. Mr. John R. dence of her Between the Bridges. Richardson, in Nashville, Tennessee, DeMy darling, it looks something like a bur- cember 15th. If the editor only Knew what a jolly time The deceased had just lesque we have had this week, and how tired anil returned from a trip to this county to sleepv we are in consequence of our merri Tho present I make you, inv sweet otio and attend the funeral of her daughter, Mrs. ment, he would not expect much news from fair, this quarter. However, as Punch and Judy And although it docs seem a trifle grotesque Thotna8son, of the Stamping Ground, and took cold on her way home, which brought know no such word as fail, we will endeavor You know I don't mean it, accept this arm to give you a few of the most important items on pneumonia and produced her death. She that have transpired under our observation. , chair. in this As this is Christmas week there has been an Many times you aro weary but do not com- had many friends and acquaintances who will regret to hear of Iter death. unusual amount of viiting. county plain. I can seo in your face by tho linos written Miss Jennie Darlington and Mrs. Owen Tho convicts at the Pen'tentiary were Tinsley spent the day at Esquire Tinsley's there, In Tuesday, That you'ro tired, so I heg (lot mo try not in allowed to celebrate Christmas Ttte.-dathe morning they all gathered in the chapel, vain) Mis'esBettic Wilson, Kate and Sue Jenkins, That you will do mo this favor, accept tho where there singing and short of Bridgport, are visiting friends in this neighwas arm chair. Blackburn borhood this week. addresses by Mrs. Mr. Lacefield moved out of the 'Twill bo plcusant at evening when your feet Elder George Dursie ami Rev. II. II. Wednesday, and Mrs. O'Neal moved in. Who Kavanatigh, the Chaplain, after which will be cease to run keeper? Hither and yonder, now hero and uow there, they sat down to a splendid dinner, the We highly appreciate and most cordially To tit by your side, our day's tasks all done, materials for which were furnished by the accept the invitation to attend the correspondAnd rock you to sleep in your big arm ladies of this city, Mrs. Gov. Blackburn and ents' reunion the 29th. chair. other benevolent persons throughout the The Rev. J. J. Johnson has been in our The Daily Commonwealth will probahly State. There was enough for all and to midst for several days looking after the inspare, and the poor unfortunates within the terest of the M. E. Church at llardinsville. be resuscitated next week. Misses Lela and Nattie Tinsley and Messrs. walls partook of it heartily. Rngan, Collins, Carter and Smith were the InstiThe children at the guests of MUs Jennie Darlington Monday tute were given a Christmas tree on Mondny Masonic. night, evening, which was greatly enjoyed by them. Misses Florence, Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T., Collins, Dr. Sulivan Ella, Melia and Anna It was beautifully decorated and loaded and Messrs. Tom and with presents, no child being neglected. met in called conclave Inst night and con- Mam. Collins are the guests of Mrs. Frank Ilaekley this week. A number of visitors from this city were ferred the Red Cross degree upon a candidate for the orders of Knighthood. There is a young lady in Hardinsville very present and enjoyed the sight very much. The following officers were elected on anxious to know what has become of J. J. S. The opening of the new Opera House took Thursday night, December 27th, by the lie has only gone to see his mother and will few days. place Thursday night, and there was a good two Masonic Lodges of this city for the be back in a Trappers are very numerous in this vicinity audience present to witness the performance ensuing year: and the varmints are rapidly diminishing in of Deborah by the Claiie Scott Combination. numbers. For instance, Mr. John Sparrow, Hiram Lotion, No. 4. The furnace heated the hull very poorly who is king of birds, caught seven coons in Geo. A. Lewis, Worshipful Master. one den the other day, and the eighth one and many suffered very much from cold. cut his foot off and made good his escape to V. A. Kaltcubriin, Senior Warden. The performance was fair, but not sufficient-lhis brother coons in a maimed condition. II. G. Mattern, Junior Warden. good to draw a large audience again last There was a delightful social at Mr. R. M. W. T. Reading, Treasurer. night. Wigg's Wednesday night, in which all the E. Whitesides, Secretary. youngsters of this vicinity and quite a numMechanics are still complaining of the John V. Payne, Senior Deacon. ber fiom Alton and Bridgeport took part. town clock being set to Mumlnid time. We will not attempt to describe the Sig. Junior Deacon. dress of the man) accomplished young They cannot get in a full day's work by it Gus. Shaeler, Steward and Tyler. ladies and gentleman present, but suffice it to and they want the old time the solar time say that the rooms, were full and all seemed to Esornuic. Lonoi:, No. 5U2. the time of the daddies. Set the town enjoy themselves splendidly, and Mr. and Jas. A. Murray, Worshipful Master. clock up to tho correct lime and let the .Mis. Mggs nave our tlianks, also .Hisses R. M. Grant, Senior Warden. Aline and Laura and Mr. Eddie, who seemed railroad paddle its own canoe. The people perfectly accomplished in the art of entertain V. S. Caplingcr, Junior Warden. will N)on learn when to go to tho depot to ing their guests. J. W. Pruett, Treasurer. catch a train. As to our Chirstmas tree it was a success Oscar Herancourt, Secretary. beyond our description. Tho house was John Vaughn, the engineer of the train W. II. Phythian, Senior Deacon. crowded at an early hour and after on thu New Albany & Chicago Railroad, J. E, Keiohaw, Junior Deacon. a short and appiopriate prayer by the Rev. J. J. Johnson, Santa Claus began the dis. which went through the Blue River Bridge Gus. Shaeler, Steward and Tyler. tiibution of the presents. Rich and poor, is a Franklin in Indiana, Monday morning, old and young, all were icmembered and reEditor Roundabout: county boy, and is a sou of the late John ceived their portion, and altogether theie The Legislature will soon be here and not less than fifteen hundred piesents disVaughn, the contractor and builder. Although he was badly injured in the accident the day to elect a United States Senator tributed. will soon arrive. The question that interIV.nch ami Judy. we are glad to know that it is thought ho ests the bone and sinew of this county, the is in a l.iir wav of recovery. mechanics, the farmer, the laboring man and last, but not lenet, the old Mexican Little Tommie Hutchison had a narrow Soldiers, is whether J no. S. Williams vill escape from being killed Thursday morn- receive the support of the Representative ol ing. He was selling papers for one of the this county for AT To Jno. S. Williams Frankfort is indebted newsdepols, and when the train come in from for thu Government Building, for it was Louisville he attempted to get on one of the low down on tlrfycnlender until he brought cars, but fell oil', and had not littlo Jitnmie it up and passed the bill in the Senate. CAN HI". OUT.U.NT.D Conway caught him he would have been Navigation on the Kentucky river was not en, notwithstanding large appropriations Heads, thrown under the wheels; as it was ho was 0 pad been made for this river by Congre-s- . by the car and knocked senseless and The money was wasted, the work not done, struck Cards, Note Heads, the hands" were not paid. The improvehis bauds and face badly bruised up. ment of this river was languishing and about The Julia A. Hunt Combination will ap- to die a premature death when the old hero Statements, Envelopes, pear ut the Opera House on Tuesday and of Cerro Gordo took the wheel, rightcM the her nose sqi are ngiiiutt tl e Wednesday evenings. Janiriry 1st and 2d. cralt, turned and current of delay and BILLS OF ALL SIZES. s of Frankfort doubtless re- held her there until she fully righted herThe member with pleasure her former visits self. He had good honest work done, the In fjet anything printed from a dally to our city, and with anticipations of keen hands were promptly paid, mid were no to a vifitlu,; curd. longer compelled to discount their honest enjoyment, await the treat in store for them for bread. He secured for the river labor on the dates already named. Miss Hunt an appropriation of $22,00(). RATES AS LOW AS CONSISTENT WITH He is a comes to us now after quite a lengthy friend of the people and his works prove absence, during wliioh time she has greatly such. How is Franklin county; lor ori mproved in all that goes to make up a against her friend f ror the people and against the politicians or for the politicians .great and charming actress, and securing and against the people? I hope she will not Oflloo abovo Pnyno k Berry's Insurance OOlee, on St. Clair St. triumph after triumph wherover she has be again found low down on the calender. ClTUEN. Aug.U-tf- . played. y. brick-house . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, Mronaaa.t Tailor, BETWEEN .MAIUandBBOADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, anu new-cstylos of fancy French Ho is prepared casiimcros. to mike thorn up on shor notice, and give' perfect fitting garments, stylish and comfortable. feb3-i5at toll-gat- e W. J. OHINN, DKALHR IN ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell atthc very lowest figures Feeble-minde- d FO R WOODFORD C ASH! FARM Mill-vill- COUNTY FOB, SALE. OFFER my farm of 182 acres located on the c and McCraclccn's Mill tiir.iuilve. one mi'u from Grassy Sarins Church, for ale ..t 35 per acre, half cash and the balance in one and tuo years with interest. liuildings and fences in gc d repair, and pieniy ox uaier on tne place. I Aug. H. S. MilUille, Ky. HARRIS, $T0 0 . 0 0 A WEEK! Wo can guarantee the abovo amount to good, active, cnergtio y Lu-ehe- r, appear-ancean- d Ladies ns well as gentlemen, niako 11 success in tho buMue8. Vnry littlo capital required. Wo havo a household article as s liable as flour. A.GKESrTS! every day in ovory fuiuily. You do not need to explain its merit?. Tlioro is u rich harvest for nil who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs jou only one cent to Iwim who, our business i. Buy a postal card ami write to us and wo will seud you our prospectus and full y. It is ued It Sells Itself! wo Know particulars ly you will derive more good than Our reputation us u manufacturing company is such that we can not afford to tUcuivu. Write to us on a postal and ylve your address plainly and receive lull And FREE! j ou have any iduaof. particular. Sept. t5-i- HUCIiKYIU M.'F'G CO.. Alurion, Ohio. JOB PRINTING! Evans' Printing Bill and Lteter Farm for Sale. OR RENT MY farm of acres, thiee I OFFER FOR SALK and Jones' Station, quailer miles east of Finukfort, adjoining $4 a Office on the Versailles pike. Dee. rvilata 1 Address JOHN A. SIDEXER, Frankfort, m Rj. n.n. ilflTcMA"ONAVw0C0ytfA Liu VjW jfcgKSi! An entirely Newamt positively eUcctlva ir"7Ti- - Knneiy for the prtif inJ peruunent I play-goer- nows-juip- cr ly of Seminal .Emissions and Impotcncy by tUo Tbc ar, vii 1'iritt Apflutn wit principal etc(iQI)Kit0 1 in n m u4 uuen v. rrmtuf il uilwith tU 11 aiUMNj uriuit a vt life.or Thli mo1 rf trtktuint Uu cMiti&ty la'tiUt ha UA la vtry mvcn ciui, aai U uww pronouaccJ uwcmi. 1b"i U no nouhUM &tout tfaU prr tr:loa. ctl tbimitloa tbtblt us t fdiiiTrlj gutrtc tbu It Hilt cir rfrct utUfMtiui. It U cn ! l d iaov thf MMU.&1 l'rofrio'i tj U t tDMi rttioniJ utni tj crcjof ratine nlrurhii tUU vrrr rrfralcnt trouble, TbBmtiy U boM, T lhr mam. N. (Uslii g bioMM, Ml N. 2 (lUetH U I t lip i tlTarl (l"t I lli't muiiilritit uftl in U n mum N ), 31 7. nfl vttUttt, tawiM, Will luiiQiMtun nl btt t tW la wr nvn tn; um wi. wrt in nun ! ivr iu" I tvtrlaft,wtWt HoJ t--t lMcriiifWfntitillf i iff tllM'V rti la Ml (ir forIklha Jwti hMytf fftl IKftl IBM if l r i).tl.t Uu ntuba!, ka I tl lit. Id far (bh, fr HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'Q I.IUHK, MO. mid Will Htryrtn. WT. Murkft re 0 a if il r.t ht jt rirlfr tl nu uol lfl CHEMISTS. J GOOD WORK. FRE! AHRELIABLE SELF-GUR- i E favorite nreacrlntlnn nf ouu of Urn null utiii'ii nun miecu9suii gpecniiiBiBiii uiuii.s. (nowretlred)fortliecuroofJVe-uI'fWNr- , Xiost JUa iihoml,lVealinea ami Urea 1,. Sunt lUpUliucutcd Addreti OR. WARD & CO. Louiiiana, Mo. A ciivcUipci-i'c.DniirKUlBtmnlU- MP MMMnfJEntM m- - i m 'M JB O 31 IV The cornerstone of the Government building will be Inid with public ceremonies Tn December city, (2 a c at Frankfort, Kentucky about the 7th or 8th of January. Gov. 25th, tillsHun L,on Tuwd.ty morning, a son. torodat the to 0. Nomina nnd wife, a second class mailable mnttcr. assisted Knott will lay the corner-stonIn this city, on Wednesday Decombor 26th, to by the Masonic Fraternity, nnd Hon. J. C. Col. Kd. C. Went nnd wife, a daughter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. S. Blackburn will deliver nn address. FRANKFORT post-nmc- ROUNDABOUT, e, AT COST. On account of the general depression of business, and an 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 it is better to realize the cost for goods and replace them" with new goods every season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering them our entire stock of Editor aixd. E"va.lDlielier. MAKR1ED. FRANKFORT. Small-po- x DECEMBER 20, 188.1. iu Scott County. M L.1 m ' I 4 ' There nro seven well developed cases (ff in MinorsvilU', Scott ber the place. confluent sinnll-po- x rounty, nliout fourteen miles from here. A nmn came from Frankfort to thnt place to At the turkey shootine and glass ball repair an eni'inc, and the little daughter of match at tne Forks of Elkhorn Saturday n short Mr. Brnmblett rode with him in n buggy. She 1ms pince died with Mr. Uichaid Church, of this city, won the HiinlWpox. and six other persons have the glass ball maten and killed four turkeys, disease The man aid that his pod had nnd Mr T. D. Hackney, of Spring Hill, six months ago, and that died of small-po- x killed two turkes, when they were both he must have carried it in his clothes to The people are leaving the ruled out to give the managers n chance to St ott county. vicinity of Minorflvillc lapidly. It is caid make their money back on the poor shots. tli.'it the Stamping Ground phvsicians refilled On Tuesday Mr. Hackney went to Millville 13 11213. to treat the cases and doctors from George- to a turkey shoot and killed six of the birds were called in. lilnc Gravs Clipper. town At tbe residence of his parents, in Woodford and was ngaiu ruled out. The above is utterly without foundation, county, on Monday, December 24th, Dick Tate, po far as the "man who came from FrankThe snd news was riceived in this city iniunt son of J. E. Hawkins, in the 2d year oi his ago. fort" is concerned. The gentleman in ques- Wednesday morning of the death of Lien , At hin rc'iiionco in Hello Point, on Monday, tion is an employe of Messrs. Ferguson tc tenant George E. Bacon, 16th U. S. Infant-- December 21th, after a lingering illness, Mr. nged 67 years. Meek at the Capital Machine Works in this ry, at Fort Concho, Texas. He died on AMmtosn city, who is a young unmnrried man, about Sunday night with typhoid fever. Only a twenty-fiv- e or thirty years of age; ha never few weeks since he left this city to join his ! or anything regiment, alter three years detached serviee had a son to die of small-po- x at West Point, and was the else A party came here from Minersville as Profes-o- r and questioned him as to whether he had picture of health, lie leaves u widow, nee MANAGER. in his family and he Miss Pattie Kodinan, of this city, and one A. C. WOOD, ever had Miiall-po- x told him that a brother of his hail varioloid child to mourn his lose. in 1S71, but that he had not been home Personal. stntv that time, and certainly no one but an idiot would claim that he carried the Miss Annie Herndon returned Monday from a visit to Louisville. disease to Scott county. The Be igniug and Dramatio Sensation, Mr. Philip Arnold left Tuesday to visit On his visit there be road in a rockaway ami not a bugjry, as stated, with others be his parents in Mercer county. Hon. E. II. Taylor left Wednesday afsides the Biamblett child and none of them ternoon for n visit io St. Louis, Missouri. have the disease. Under tho mnnngctucnt of Gcorgo 0. Morris, Messrs. Will. Chinn, jr., and John HarThe tnaii Bramblett, who is so unfortunate IN SIX ACTS AND EIGHT TABLEAUX. as to have the disease in his family, i in din are at home irom College at Richmond. Mi-- s Belle Grant has returned from a dehted to Messrs. Ferguson it Meek for The most realistio, sensational, and srectacu-ln- r Melodrama; is a perfect mnrvel of scenic work done for him, and being unable to visit to New York, Virginia, and New effect, causing you to weep, tremble, nnd rejuice. Jersey. otherwise, they sued him at the collect it Reserve tents nt Guy Barrett's. Mr. Win. Pattie is lying very ill nt his last term of the Scott Quarterly Court and obtained judgment, and it is possible thnt in home near Farmdale with but little hopes ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! of recov cry. older to revenge himself upon them he is e Misses Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale ! and Leuok McElrath, of circulating the report that the disease was Murrav, Ky., are visiting Miss Irene Boyd, tent to that neighborhood from their estab- South Side. lishment in hopes of injuring them. The A NEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, Mr. Jerome Berberich, with Messrs. i'V T constantly on hand a article young man hat been employed at the Capital McFee k Co., Cincinnati, is at home for heads, u hich they offer for sale, cither set of hogsup complete or in the cheap for cash, bpecial Machine Works for nearly a year and it is the holidays. home industry. prices on car load lots. Patronise fact that there has not been a a Dec. Mr. Weston Thomas, who has been atca.--e of small-poor varioloid in this city tending nt Culleoka, Tennessee, is at home on a visit. during that length of time. Mr. A. B. Hammond loft for Smithfield, Who is the Franklort Water Company? Henry county, Wednesday afternoon to Some ot the prices laid down in the ordi- visit his parents. II YOU WANT NICE nance publibhed in the Yeoman of Thursday Prof. N. B. Risk, of Jessamine county, is seen to 2 ruber steep and look like some visiting his sisters, Misses Fronie and Mary Toys, Fresh French Gaudies, Cakes gouge our people. Tne Coun- Risk, iu this city. one want-t- o and ourr.R Misses Mollic Cullcn and Mary Cronan, cil should, iu our humble opinion, not be in Loui-vil- l, who have been visiting iu this a hurry to adopt it. The water from the of city, rcturne home tontlny. is hardly fit for drinking Kentucky river Mr. Clinton F. Baird and wife, of Louis- for Christmas now is your time to call purpose-- , at all times of the year, and before ville, are visiting .Mis. B.'b parents, Mr. D. before the itish begins. Kvciy thing in my it is finally determined to draw our supply Meriwether and wife, in itock wananted fresh and nice. Call and see this city. fiom that source the feasibility of sinking Mrs. Margaret Keller, of Cincinnati, is me. wells in the bottom in the rear of the visiting her daughters, Mrs. Phil. Selbert Penitentiary 6hould be looked into. There and Mrs. V. Berberich, iu this city. is now one well within the walls of the Messrs. W. L. McEwnn and J. L. Hot Rolls Penitentiary which yields a supply amply jr., are at home Irom Princeton suflicient for half the city, and several of College, New Jersey, for the holidays. MORjVINGt. Judge Chas. A. Hardin and family, of such would certainly give us all the water Dec. necessary, and a fresh, pure article at that. Harrodsbiirg, spent Christinas in. this" city The water in the river, especially in this with his brother, Gen. P. W. Uurdin. Mis" Sallic Johnson, who ha been pool, often becomes so stagnant that it friends in Louisville since September, certainly would produce sickness if used for returned to her home iu this county Monday. KINDS DOUI1LE SCREENED drinking purposes, nnd should only be used who has been attend- ALL family use. Pioinpt Delivery, Full Mis Bettie Nel-otourcps are found inadeouate. when other ing here, left Saturday to spend the Weight, Bottom Prices. holidays at her home in Mercer county,, Notwithstanding the report that she had Telephone connection No. 36. Mr. John It. Prentiss and wife, of Smith-fielbeen hunk, the Fannie Fieeze came up all Henry county, spent several days in right Wednesday night. She wan lying in thu city the Hri-- t of the week visiting relaMAC2SZ.XXT, the Ohio at Carrollton Monday when the tives. FRANKFORT, KY. wharf-ba- t and some coal barges broke Mr. J. W. Thompson and wife, of Vcr Dec. loose nnd cnnie down against her. About sailles, spent several days in this city this week, visiting Tlioniinon'a mother, twenty-liv- e bales of hay were knocked Mm. Marshall. her jackstaff carried away, but and Mips Sophie Finch, whohas been visiting aside from that she was not damaged much. Mrs. Lettie Jett, iu this county, for several She hail to take olF her pilot hon-- e to get weeks, returned to her home in Boone under the Short Line bridge at Coonskin, county Monday. and pas-e- d over the dam at each lock on STOCK. Kenner and Edmund Taylor and the way up. She will leave nt 1 o'clock and Alex. IJensley oame home Saturday liom school at Alexandria, Virginia, t'o this afternoon for Louisville, as usual. spend the holiday,. I HAVE ON HAND Christmas passed of with the usual Miss Lizzie Jett, of Daughters College, amount ol noise and drunks, but so far as Ilarrodnbuig. spent Chriettims in this citv we have heard neither the toy pistol nor the with the family of Mr. Sam South, return, iug on Wednesday. genuine article did any damage. Some Prof. S. P BrowiK-- r and daughter, Miss persons confined nine or ten pounds of Xft'inie, left Wedne-daafternoon fur Louispowder in a beer keg and placed it near the ville to utteud the meeting of the State entrance to the Court of Appeals Court Teachers Association. A show case devoted to presents for gentlemen. room, in the State House yard, and eel it A big line of Mr. 0. D. Pattie, of Richmond, came ofr. The cxplo-doshook up the whole of down Tuesday afternoon, having been to the bedside ot his lather, Mr. that part of the city and broke the glass out ot nearly every window on the east side of Win. Pattie, who is very ill, (bought in San Francisco). Plush Mirrors, Mr. P. D. Reed, who has been attending the Capitol Building. 1'laquo Frames, Ac., Ac. the College of Pharmacy at Louisville, came up Saturday to the holidays with his Come nnd see tho finest Assortment in The Frankfort String Band went to parents in this county. He was accompanitho city. ednesday night to furnish music ed by Dr.Oloyd, of Missouri, u Mudent for a hop at the St. James Hotel, at the Louis-vill- e Medical College. Wed-nesihdls-t-inee Messrs. Scott Ar French have removed their law ollicc to the. room up stairs in the Duvall building heretofore occupied hy Judge Drutic, where they will begin the new year, nnd will be glad to see their friends. Those having business with them should remem- At tlio residence of tho bride's fnthcr, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by Rev. Dr. E. P. Humphrey, of I.oulnillo, Key. John W. Punn, of Hopewell, Indhmi, and MIps IIallir D. Todd, daughter of Oapt. II. I. Todd. They left on tho 2:27 train for their future home in Indiana. The bridal presents wcro numerous nnd very handsome At tho Catholic Olnirch in this city, on afternoon, at 1 o'clook Mr. Lee C. SVoonsoN nnd Miss Maiiy Lych. Usiihrs. Messrs. Denis A. Lynch nnd Will O'Donnell, Den. Marshall and Pat. Newman. Tbe happy pnlr left on the 2:27 train for their future homo in Kansas, In Frankrort on Thursday. Dec. 27th, 1883, by Her. (Icorge Panic, Ml:. Javki R. Ilit.t, and Miss N'anmk Humus, both of Shelby county. iy DS, GL0TK9N i Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trilnks, &c, HAMr-ros- , OPERA HODSE AT COST From this time forward. FOR CASH ONE NIGHT ONLY. DECEMBER 31, 1883. THE WORLD, As our goods are 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 GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz: Jc-si- One Upright Piano, value, One Oil Walnut Bed-rooSet, Cooking Range, One Silver-plate- d m $500 100 75 RODMAN & SNEED, SAW-MILfirst-clas- s HAERXS & HEHRMANF, Decemhcr 22, 1883. knock-dow- well-kno- I5-4- One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. nnn iri IVVKHM ft x CHRISTMAS TRICKS! AND f.T. mraviN J coetfsct soars, S. FUHS. Fresh Bread and HARDWARE Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South ' Piankfort, "Kentucky. lias just received his fall nnd winter stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Wag-gene- r, EVERY 15-3- t. Choice Coal Cheap. Having determined to sell as cheap as the cheapest, I am now prepared to sell &C. Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per Call and see him at Swigert's old pound for one pound and upward; standt Confectionery A Sugar, io pounds for$i 00; Choice Extra C Sugar, y cents per pound; St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. C Sugar, 12 pounds for Si 00; Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; Nov. s And all other goods usually kept in a grocery. Give me a chance to prove the above stateI jUiigtaVUlg; NOTIONS. n-3- first-clas- ments. Nov. 10-- tf. H. R.WILLIAMS. n, DR. (Mice and JAMES ELY, SAMUEIXAYERS, FORMERLY OF S DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, d, GEO. B. Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. Office Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 l M , 7 to 8 P. M. WATCH 3XA.KEII, Successor to B. P. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the wntoh repairing business l and .it the old stand. By pruinptui-swork ho hopes to merit thu tiatronnno ol', those who dosiroato have thoir watcho repaired without dntuago being donn them. Surveyors' repnirod and other instruments requiring dclicato and aoourato adjustment. eji-uCucoin-pasi- W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY over-bo'u- d Jb. es Christmas Goods Mes-srs- . AN ENTIRE NEW In retiring from business in Frankfort I take plcasuro in expressing my entire conlldenco in Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not healmto to commend him as cvi.ry way cnpnble of meeting tbe I cordially invito you to call and examine my expectation of ray former patrons. B. F. MEEK. Now and Fresh Stock of Goods. 1 DRY GOODS, Sept.30-t- f MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY y 1883. 19 DRESSING OASES, TRANKFOBT TREES, TREKS, TREES. 6 JEWEL OASES, MACHINE WORKS, Wo odor this season an unusually largo itook 10 MANICURE SETS. of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mar.atacturersof all kinds of New Work lor small FRUITS, GRAPEVINES, nnd everything found in a Nubsbkv Estaiimxiimknt. Wo employ no agonts. Desoriptive catalogues on Sep3.tf. 1883. FALL bum-moiie- d JAPANESE CHINA 0f application. 10-3- Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, MASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, nov II. F. IIILLENMEYEIt, Lkxihoto.v, Ky. - 1C. COAL! COAL! G, B. MACKLIN. Law-rencebu- rg VV of the State. jjQPContracts for New Work in any pait OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at LoweHt Prices byHANT) and for sale JOE LeCOMTE One door west of corner Ann and Hroadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- t I hi ,,- -- jSaMJi .. A- - J&3 and all jiass.ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, Sunday points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc The people of Frankfort should patronF,. P. IIRYAK, Agent. ize the new wholesale and retail coal finn of S. & J. H. Told, for they lime come to There arc fifty drinking saloons in this stay. Office at H. R. Williams' grocery, city. South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can The Turf Restaurant, St. Clair elreet, always bo found ready to wait on customers. intermediate trains only, Oyster loaves at the Capital Oyster ParJ. Z. Littlu'fl version of the "Worlc I ! coming, with (lie jrentlotnnn named in the lor. Main street. lending role. Tiic 'World" is 0110 of tlie FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 20, 1883. Christmas cards nt Joe LeCompte's. Itest of ill c nfodorn nielorirniuns, ho called, ', Handsome Suburban Property. Fitnsu Ovstkiis. Superior quality and and has met with flattering receptions 011 OITOSITi: COURT HOUSH, Owing to thoiliminhbu'l glzoof uiy imnlly the occasion of its presentation everywhere. solid measure at Day & Haft's. wish to dispose of my hiwilcomu roswli'ncp on the Philip Selbert, the Popular JewThe management claim that LI i tile's ver Lawrencoliurgplke. The house has ton rooms, K.Y. TO TRAVELERS. in thorough repair and lm nil modern convesion is much bitter tlianjthe one already eler will distribute the three grand fire Insurance London niences. There arc six ncrea of ground ntluch.-and we have prizes Thursday evening, Jan. 9th, City or London Aociation . Commencing Monday, October i3, the following familiar to our theatre-goerLondon to the place. I will sell elthor lurniclictl or un- London fornlqnnfl. Atinlv . mn .. t.n ....!...... London and Provincial time tabic will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for the testimony of the Louisville Commercial 1884. the storo of Grtty Uo,Jmnn- - l this point. :. . . added and that "several new characters are E. Power is selling toilet sets at cost in TIUtNS BOCTII. NcwCoVican'. two or three new scenes," and "that all the older G3?Jb7B New Orleans lIJ! Arrive at Leave to make room for hie large new stock at"K Aug. Louisville. changes are improvements." Frankfort. It wa? pro of goods. 8:10 r. m. No. 37 $:$ v. m 8:15 a. M. No. j; io'ss A. M. duced in Brooklyn, X. Y., Inst March, on 5:iS r. m. No. at 3:27 Joe LeCompte has the only line of brats " which occaion the Sunday Review of that 6:40 P.M. No, 19C. ScO . . . . 4:10 P.M. goods in the city. city said: "The Grand Opeia Ilou.se was TWAINS NORTH. Leave Leave crowded from pit to dome, nnd Mr. Little Dickon's Novels, 15 vols, cloth, Louisville. Frankfort. A. M. No. 18 10:37 A. M. should feel proud of his success, to fill the at 7:00 912; Macauly's England, $3; No. 32 5:53 P. M. 2:35 P. M. No. 34 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. huge building and turn away hundreds Macimly's Essays, at $2.50, No. 20 C. & O. . . . 3:00 v. M. 5!" M. every night; but it was well deserved, as No. s8 leaves Lou. 8'ooA. M. arr. Trankfort 11:05 A. M. McClure's Trains No. i anil ct both connect for Cincinnati. nothing like it has ever been done in this 439 Main St,, Over Grntcher & Starts' Wliite Hall Clothing House arriving there at w:ij noon, and 7:15, p. M. Train city. The papers generally are warm in Received Thursday night a line of goods No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. m. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villpraise of tlie mechanical and scenic edicts entirely new for decorating, by Joe LeFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and Compte. leaving Lexington at 7:15 r.,M., will carry incident to the play." returning FfiANKFOAT ROUNDABOUT, a b. James, L Gen'l Agent, Insurance FRANKFORT, I FOK SALE IffifninuiiiiiinTuriiinr V s, Igia ti-t- .C"&vg: '. '. '. j 25-t- f. JollH T. '" CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Frop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. jk& or.ci.tt.L, liNuuruvmiNia io, c. Xmas Goods at McClure's. New buckwheat flour and maple syrup Jas. M. Todd's. at UM'ERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. y Henry Samuels, the old reliable barber, received at Jns. M. Todd's. Work lias been coinnienctd on the new has his shop on St. Clair street neatly re- just Presbyterian Church in South Frankfort. New stock of.jeivelry just received fitted, has put in two new chairs of the most improved pattern, and invites all his old nt Phil. Selbert's. The Members of the Legislature are here (riends and many'new ones to call and see New Crop New Orleans Sugar and moand office seekers are busy logrolling with 3t. him. lasses at Jas. M. Todd's. them. m E. Powers has added Acme Club skates Down in prices for cash at N. F. & 0. T. The heavy sleet of Sunday broke down a to his already large variety of skates. Richardson's. number of the telephone wires in this city. The Opera House will be well heated and you will see a firtclass minstrel show. Read Joe LCcompte's advertisements. open day and night. .. at McClure's. Chromo given to every purchaser Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home- Oct. 25-- tf. Fresh lot of the nicest French candies ra CASH r. ONLY. lblic that from this day I i at rock bottom prices nt Sower Handsome and elegant holiday presents & Alder's. I TAKE this method of informing the Selbert keeps the only full line of will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, jewelry, witches, clocks and silver- deviations. My stook of ware in the city. aumg no exceptions or New stock ol raisins, currants, citrons, Capital Lodge, No. C, I. 0. 0. F., will Mince meat, fresh fruits, nuts, cakes, and all kinds of nuts officers Monday night for the entitling elect at Jns. M. Todd's. confectionery and Christmas supplies at six months. Luminous Alarm Clocks, only $2 Sower & Ahler's, Main street. A number of the older citizens of thn at Philip Selborts, the Popular A Quardruple Dinner Castor Jeweler. county have died recently and many others given away at Philip Selbert's the Boardi.nc. A few boarders by the day are quite ill. Jeweler. week or month. Wanted by Mrs R. B. The Rouxoauout wishes each and everyWood's patent carpet frtrip keeps out at LeCompte house, near Iron Bridge. one of its numerous readers a happy and water and will not rot, just the thing for outprosperous new year. Jas. M. Todd is selling groceries as cheap side doors. For sale by Whitesides & as any house in the city. on Main Fok Hunt The olh'ce room McEwnn. The Indians, knowing the value of Wild street now occupied by E. Hensley & son. Cherry bark as a cure for coughs and cold, d Apply to V. Kultenbrun. A splendid stc.ek of used to prepare it in their in canes, suitable for Christinas winter kept it constantly rude way, andThe on hand. If you want to hear a good band of music careful and secret method of preparing J) , and see a fine set of silver insttiuiieuts lined presents, just received at P. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry makes it with gold, look out lor Rami's Mihbtrels. superior to all other preparations. It is A fine lot of oranges and other fruits nt pleasant to take. Rami's Mammoth Marshall's. N'o Bacon and Hams at C. W. Finccl's Everything new, bright, brill'unt im E. Power has common nnd best qmiliM tor sale at wholesale or retail. You cun reserve your acul witnoui extra New York Club hkate. All Mze.-- t -- lurley cost. New York Cieamery, Edam, Monk and ukates, blue and imk'e- - Factory Cheese nt Bantu's. Messrs. llnrris k lien maun and S Kinss skates. Eureka" platcd, suitable for Christinas preAcnts. Ac Co. will distribute the Christinas presents Mc-Kec, STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR-E, &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, gold-heade- Scl-hor- t's. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Kv. Min-he- ls ht. I Livery, Bo ardM and Sale Stable. L. MAJSTG-AN- , offered by them to their customers on Mon- f. E. Power linu elegant toilet sets, coal of goods. day night. t, coal hods nnd fire ets suitable lor Choice Leaf Lard at C. W Fincel's. SatA neat, new Iihmm- residence, Christmas presents. For Ri:xt. isfaction guaranteed. with six rooms and ,iit umpleted, A fine imported Clock given away Granulated sugar 10 pounds for a dollar located on T'ii;u i' .mway. Ap-- . at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler, St. at N. F. & 0. T. Richardson's. i! in n 'on. ply fo f l ,' va-e-- Cnll and see Selbert's new stock SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Ccraaer, '' Cliaatcaa. Street, IfcTcrtlioast Capital Sq.-u.are- ? Clair Street. Get one of Wood's patent carpet V. Fincel's. Franklort Ky. on Tuesday evening next, .1 .el on short notice. strips for your outside door. They keep lpruientury to the young ladies from C. W. Fincel pays the highest price for out water and will not rot. For sale by JiOiti.uille who are visiting in this city. hogs. Whitesides & McEwnn. Rev. .7. McC. Blimey will preach at the Intelligent people have quit taking bitters Morrooco Case with 36 pieces to and mineral poisons; have quit doctoring morning Presbyterian Church and evening, and will continue to mipply be given ,away at Philip Selbert's, kidneys and liver, nerves and binin; have quit alcoholic poisions and narcotic the Jeweler, St. Clair Street. the pulpit for the balance of the winter. ding-- : have quit poisoning their system with Jnn, Dcvden can supply on with every- quack nootrums, nnd now keepby theniselve Major H. T. Stanton will give a reading occasionand families in perfect health tit Helm Hall, nt Eminence, onJFriday even, thing you want for your Christmas dinner. ally using the only perfect blood purifier and true streimther of weaU poiiioiifof the ing next, tinder the auspices of the Students' New York Ledger, Weekly, Fire.-idbody, known far nnd wide as Dr. Guysott's Association of Eminence College. Lecture Any Companion, Saturday Night and Family Yellow Dock and Su.suparilla. Mr. Thos. J. Holder, for many years a Story Paper for five cents each at Mar- diuist will get it for you. marketer and meal merchant in trfm city, shall' News Depot. 3t. Luminous Clooks without alarm $1 75, at Philip Selbert's, the popudied al his residence near Switzer, in this The beat wagon in town for one dollar at lar Jeweler. Hav e a n i m- county, on Monday morning, ufter a short S. Fuha'. CO years. illnees; aged Cheddar, Edam, Monk, and Young mensc stock of Call on Jno. Dryden for oyHters, game, America cheese at Jus. M. Todd's. The carrier of the HoumuiouT will, as turkeys, celery, and everything good to usual, call on our subscribers with his New Send vour lard cans to the meat store of new goods to Year Address on Tuesday, and as he hatf eat. Noel iV .Tellers to have them filled with nice been faithful and prompt during the past Black and white cakes made on short new lard. from. year in the discharge of his duty, we bespeak notice at S. F n lis'. A large lot of goods suitable for for him liberal patronage. For Salk. A good second-han- d Call and see up. wedding presents nt Selbert's. We understand that another new coal riget boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson iV yard will be established in thin city in a Meek. Spareribs and bacKtioues at Noel & them at your . short time by Messrs. E. P. Bryan, John Restaurant Opening. Henderson and R. H, Phillips. Com petiSufferers from nerveousness, early decay, earliest conven- tion being the life of trade, we may expect etc., if you value life, .tvoid advertising Mr. .Fames Gibbons has opened his res- doctors and medicines that act on kidneys the coal business to be very lively when the lence. taurant on St. Clair street, formerly occupied and liver. Be not deceived by the many new firm starts up. by II. S. Ellis, and will keep it open day bogus certificates of cures from paid or imaginary persons II a weakness of the Mr. Hubbard M. 11. Taylor, fatler of and night. An experienced cook has been sexual system is the cause of your distress, Mr. Colby H. Taylor, of this county and engaged, nnd everything will be served in Dr. Guvhott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla for mBny years a highly respected cillien of the best style, (live him a tiial. will strengthen the parts affected, stop the this city and county, died at his home in drain, quiet tho nerve, produce dreamleia Jefferson county on Monday. The remains Fish, game and all the delicacies of the slumber and allow you to regain perfect were brought to this city Wednesday and season prepared in the highest style of the art health. It ha cured thousands, and will cure you, for by purifying interred in the Cemetery by jhe side' of his at the Capital Oyster Parlor, Sower A' Abler, stiengthing every weak portonthe blood and of the body, ' wife. Main street. it removes every symptom of distress. iMil-roo- m (. ' m ie a hop given at the Capital 7 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted nt C. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. . Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. 6ly - u-i- R. K. M'CLURE k BRO. at prices so low that they strike el COARSE WINTER BOOTS & SHOES! They are selling MEDIUM PRICED terror to all select BOOTS & SHOES competitors. Call and exam Jef-fer- s'. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. ine while the stock is fresh. HATS CAPS. NEW STYLES 1! NEW STYLES ! '' k Mr--- J"" fU4 a, mmmmmmmmmmmwwmim - jp7- TfliT P?- -' t "" 4 not. Fourth That nil papers in Kentucky, The teachers of the county of Franklin friendly to educational)? requested to copy e mpt at the Saturday, Dec. 22d, this address and these resolutions. at 2 o'clock, p. in., and considered the fol T. Hunter. Chairman. lowing business: W. II. McKee, The meeting was called to order liv Jno. D. M. Roach, Committee. S. Harrod, Cotintv School Commissioner, who stated the business to be brought before On motion, the report was unanimously Point Pleasant. adopted. them. Mr. T. B. Fcrd moved that a committee Mr. Thos. B. Ford then addressed the Misses Lee mid Emma Itossell visited be appointed todralt a report on resolutions meeting in n stirring speech. Mra It. J. Shannon Thursday. expressing their opinions as teachers upon Mr. C. II. Parrent offered the following, Mr. Jtunes Hosse'.l and wile visited Mr& the general school questions, which was which was unanimously adopted: K. J. Shannon Wednesday evening. carried, and the chair appointed the followliesolvcd, That the teachers here asseming committee: bled tender to Mr. T. B. Ford their sincere Hopper visited Mises Kate Thoa. Hunter, Chairman, W. H. McKee thanks for his courteousncH nnd the kind, nnd May Moore Tuesday mid Wednesday. and M. D. Roach, who retired and returned consoling advice given them nnd the way in The poor ralibit will sutler nov if he the following as their report. which he has prosecuted the case now pendleaves liis Hing lioiicc, for he will be tracked The Common School Teachers to the people of ing in our Circuit Court. up. Mr. Thos. Hunter moved thnt delegates Kentucky: be appointed to the State Teachers' Asso2f.l(h is drawing nigh. Coiie, all ye The The question of public education in Kenmen ot the pea, and lets get acquainted one tucky is one of vast importance to the peo- ciation to meet in Louisville on December 20th, which was adopted, and the chair with another. ple. A very large minority of the children of appointed Messrs. T. 11. Ford, C. H. t, Mr and Mrs. Henry Rodgers. of Flat this State are educated in the Common and T. E. Utterback as delegates. Creek; Mr. Clark, ol Benson; Mrs. Row A. Schools. Therefore we must depend greatly The- meeting then adjourned. Samples and Miss Susan M. Kindle, of upon this system for the culture nndenlight. JOHNS. HARROD, Shelby, paid the Point a visit Wednesday, tneut of the citizens. It is foundation of Chairman. future progress nnd prosperty. on their return from Frankfort, where Mr. T. E. Uttkiwack, Sec'y. Notwithstanding nil this, for more than (Mark and Mrs. Samples were married by Vick's F!.oii.r Guide. Here it is again, Rev. E. A W. Robe ts. This is Mrs. Sam- twelve years past the common school ples second husband and she is not yet system of Kentucky Iiih been on the wane. brighter and better than ever; the cover We extended congratulations The per capita has gradually decreased in alone, with its delicate tinted background iwentv-twspite of additional taxation, until tile wages and its dish of gracefully arranged flowers, wish them a long and happy lite. and of teachers have been so greatly reduced, would entitle it to a permanent place in Hawk Eyi:. that they are now, onan average, only a every home. The book contains three little more than twenty dollars a month. beautiful colored plates, is full of illustraFlag Fork. Hence the great clamor for additional tions, printed on tie best of paper, and is taxation. filled with just such information as is reProf. Hulrttc dismissed his school Friday We believe that the school fund, if it quired by the gardener, the farmer, those until after the holidays. were properly called and distributed each growing plants, and every one needing seed A merry Christmas to nil the correspond vear, is amply sufficient to pay the teachers or plants. The price, only ten cents, can ents of the RnusDAtidUT. a much larger per capita than the present be deducted from the first order sent for We think if goods. All parties any way interested in Prof Cain could not attend the meeting of without additional taxation. or the nil the money to which the schools are en- this subject should send at once to James his music class Sunday on account titled was properly collected and distributed, Vick, Rochester, N. Y., for Florida Guide, weather. the per capita would be more than doubled, There wa another debate at Pleasant the school term lengthened, and the teachers Tobacco Seed. View Friday night in which the question paid lar better salaries. We arc confident "Can a man enjoy himself bettter innriied that the common schools of this State, in Editor Roundabout: than he can single." was discussed by the last filteen or twenty years, have been Please mention in your next isuc that, Messrs. T. Leon Watkins and Onan in the unjustly deprived of at least one million of in addition to pure Brown County White nlllrmative, apd Messrs. Graham Wntkjne dollars, Burley seed, I have the following Virginia and W. F Luidin the negative. Tt was The piinclp.il defect is the lack of mtfll and North Carolina seeds for distribution, ' After the decided in the affirmative. cicnt funds to carry on the system. Give viz: Nestor, Gold Loaf, Modley Prjor, debate Piof. Jlnlette delivered an eloquent us plenty of money and we will give you Hyco, Sweet Orinoco, Yellow Pryor, Big !ee!'.:re upon education, good schools. Orinoco, North Carolina, Gooch, South and Wo complain that the money due the Southwest Kentucky papers will please copy. Noticing a little item in a cfttnmunication itespeotiuiiy. in regard to the common schools is not collected and propin vonr lat week's (J. E. BOWMAN, Commissioner. View, Wednesday night erly applied. debate at Pleasant in the first place, the schools are entitled weolv, l desire to say that l attended and (inew for gaming inflicted Advertised Letters. know thai Mcrs Hulette and Quire gained to one half the throughout the Commonwealth, nnd yet tlfe the decision in their lavor bv sound argument, even if the other side did have one of Auditor's report discloses the astonishing Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 29. 1883. that not one cent of these fines are paid the judges "fixed" to decide for them. The tact the school Hisim, Laura Adams, Jessie I into fund htn' question will be discussed January 2d June, Josh What becomes of all these fines? Does Anderson, J R negative side dors at Bailey's Mill, il the Janes, Dr L J the Governor icmit them? If so has he the Bush, Richard not back down. Everybody invited. So right to remit the portion due to the common Browning, James II Johnson, Savilla come on. Rusty, with your ping hat and Brown, Mary Jane Calvert, Elizzte claw hammer coat, and bring John 0. with schooN? The Constitutions of Kentucky, Kraing, Sandv Bu cl, Hannah Art. XI, Sec 1, says: Baxoabout. vou. Cinn, Martha Any sum which may be hereafter raised Dawner k Bros Morrow, Amanda in the State, by taxation or otherwise, for Baxter, David Bridgeport. McGetrick, Mary purposes of education, shall be held invio- Brunberach, Chas Nolnnd. Jim of sustaining a system Carrol, Win late, for the purpose Born. Dec 25 ISSS.toDr. Geo. Chinn of common schools. The interest and divi Crutcher, Win Penn, Hiram and uifea daughter. Richardson, Annie dends ot said funds, together with any sum Chanchler, J L D Ramsey, Robt Master Frank Dennis, of Louisville, is which may be produced for that purpose, Cook, Nannie V Stewart, E S Cam pier, Rose visiting hi cousin, George Dennis. by taxation or otherwise, may be appropriSweeney, John Willie Ciockett. of Woodford county, is ated in aid of common schools, but for no Duncan, Sallie A Davis, John W Shaw, Win other purpose. visiting friend- - and relatives in this section. Tracv, Trccey What right has the Governor to remit Davis, Mrs Prank Mrs. Pallie Roberts, who has been quite fines due to the common schools? Gayheart, Mi93 Mary Willis Alice V W iley, Geo sick during the past several days' is very Does not the Constitution prohibit him Green, Daves Grose, Erlian Wilson, Charlie much better from so doing? Mr. Jay Bright, formerly of this place In the next plnce all the taxes paid for Graham, Geo Please say advertised when calling for hut now ol Indiana, is visiting relatives and dog- - and all the licenses paid for billiards, frit'inls in this section. legally belong to ;he school fund, and yet these letters. J. G. IJatciiitt, P. M. the dog report Mr. Sam. 0. Crockett and Mis Puss the last Auditor's$510 shows that licences vields and the Crutcher are visiting Mrs. Daniel Powers, in tax billiaid onlv & tables only SI, 747 49. Nearly for Anderson county, this week. f of the Slate pays no taxes on dogs Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Mr. .I . W. Jenkins and Mis Bettie and no licenses on billiards. a visit to Mr. Allen Bamett We demand that the proper officials shall see that these taxes nre properly collected and family t Wednesday. JSSyPlninand Decorative Paper Hanging is Mr W. Pntlie iJ very ill with pneumonia and applied. It their duty to do so and a speciality. we ask it of them as a right. at his homo near Farmdale. Doubts are In the next place the railroad companies Orders left at Averill's drugstore will be promptly entertained as to his recovery. have, during the past five years, paid over attended to. April id-- ti Last Sundav morning caused quite n a quarter of a million of dollars into the southern Comer to bieak out in this nectlon. public Treasury of this State, belonging to Whit, wi vs. if be could have sold out that the common school fund, which has been tv.orniug lie would litue started iuiiiiediately taken, as we think, without a vestige of for I ennesee. law, and appropriated to other purposes. A suit is now pending in regard to these The Christmas tree and school exercises at thifjdnce last Monday night was quite taxes in the Franklin Circuit Court, and we and notwithstanding earnestly hope the courts of the State will p.n enjoyable allair, the inclemency of the weather quite n crowd decide the question without delay, as it i a of patrons and others were present to matter of vital importance to the people. If the schools nre entitled to this money witness the oxercie, Several of our boys took in the turkey they ought to have it immediately. If not AVciI lll'nlin V. it ought to be decided in order that we may lllNt almnlimr lit Alltiof'll Keeling Gaine- - broiiL'ht one at the first shot look to other souices. In conclusion, we look to the next LegisThe other boys being equally as good shots were all ruled out after one round lature to aid us in this important matter by wise legislation, and we call upon the teacheach. Hah! for Bridgepoit. and the people generally to interest Hancock, wife of Robt. A. ers Mrs. Cordic themselves in this subject. Hancock, of GrnelViihhiirg. and youngest In view of all these facts, John W. Jackson, of school teachers of Franklin we the common daughti r of county, in cont this place, died at the residence of her lather vention assembled, do hereby Thursday morning about 4 o'colck, nfter a Jicsotvc, First That we earnestly protest month's Mines- with branchitis Her young against the misappropriation, waste or loss NEATLY EXECUTED iiiisband and berieved family have the by negligence, of the public school fund of - .sympathy ol this entire community. Kentucky, nnd we respectfully petition, the An enthusiasm worthy the cause ,was Governor of Kentucky not to remit any manifested in the teachers meeting held in more fines lor gambling or otherwise due to in Frankfort last Saturday, the said public school fund. the Second That we respectfully ask, that Col. Thoi. B. F.ord deserves much credit .for the able manner in which he has put the public officials of this State, who have forth his best energies for the advancement charge of the collection of taxes on dogs, of education in our State. How strange .billiard tables, &u., going to the school that so few of our public men, men too who fiitiiJ, will see that the same is properly are so well qualilied, are taking such little collected and accounted for. Third That we respectfully petition the interest in these matters. We hope, how. ever, 'er long to see the wave that has hut courts having jurisdiction of the suit now ON just startedj sweep over the whole land with pleading in regard to the taxes paid by rail Mich overwhelming force as to submerge road companies for the use of the common everything like objection in its path. There schools to decide the same as speedily as will bean end to that illiteracy, shame and poesible in order that the question may be crime, that prevails to such an alarming determined w'uhqut delay, and the schools may be paid the same, if they are entitled to extent in our Commonwealth. Court-housMis-tSallic FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Meeting of the Teachers of Franklin County. it, or may look to other sources if they are WUHTAJtttfML Noae, lliroat. Klrtntdt), Onl. Ths dry cllmato cnm. Luting, tall Idea, 86 p., route, cost, free. MARRIAGEf !A11 WW ;s and mm i NEW YORK. that tbe doubtful onrlons or thoughtful want to KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR ITho 'KreAtspectnlt&t, ftrvouTiobIIltytinipe(llmenti fiu iiuirnnKBi uocuraiimnaaim inmpnipi iron, if. Cloth nnd unlit blndUvrGO ott.pnper 23ft,Mtor-- i pl.V),eontnenled, monos irtp,bii Onldo, whittieSto NMA1 VArVrWrWWrMrMWlMAAVrW HM. ONLY PHILADELPHIA, TUB y NO NIBWTHIim. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS And thus proved The Best Liver Medicine In the World. 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Get orr frea circa-li- r ond trial t.aclago and Kara important ficu before taking treatment tlsCTincra. Tukt a rruiidy thnt has cured XrRY0CSEBIMT7, WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE NEW "STO UK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO thoueanl, IMPOTENCE JEB"Tosted for ovor 0 yoars Bands t7 use of cases. In thou nn& docs not n Ith attention to business or c&uso pa!n or fncon. Founded en vcnlencc. pltKirl-- . medical Crowln? in lator and rcpu:a Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL $XQ TiCIAk PACKAGE. RFND "ODRCSS tlon. D,rcctopi!lcatlontoth siatofdlea-i- t irakcaru cpeclf o IcDuenco re't rniaouj delay. Tho natunl tuna, tlcns of the human organism uro rcttorcd. 7Xt3 anteatinft elements cf llfo uhlch btvo been wasted a- - gln baci. Tho viiinygBnuiFDiRTs For tickots and further information apply to your nearest tloket-oOicor address James 0. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., o, 1 cheerful r"ca and becomes tsalns HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mf g 300 One Mohih-s strength rapid)?. ChetnUU, Treatment, $3 i 2 months,C5 : 3 uonths, $7, North 10th St., St. lotm, so. Richmond, Virginia. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line nnd popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. yLdUiSVILtE'&NASHVILLE :R.'rTT iue Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS". Lvc. Covington " Falmuutli " Cynthiana . nsniDirau TO TUB 28. 1883. SOUTH PULLMAN Nashville, KM WEST CHANGHSQ WITHOUT No. 18 IN No. 2. a 9.33 a 8 03 in m ni No. 4. 3.00 4.35 5. jti 6.20 PALACE CARS . Arr Paris. Lvc. Paris 10,40 . , . . . Arr Lexington it. 15 it 20 12 p ni a m 6,:o p in a 05 p m 7.10 ji in 111 a p m p in p m FROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, I Lve. Paris Lvc. Millcrsburg Lve. Carlisle. . . Arr. Maysville. . Lve. Paris ... 6.20 p ni Richmond.. . . 2 ts Lancaster.. . . Arr. Stanford Junct, 400 " " " Winchester . . 11.25 12.50 p m a mi 6.20 p in p nil 8 00 p p m 9.10 p ni 12.45 p m V ' 4.20 p m p m j 00 p m 111 i6.4o p p in m Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. homes on Is road will rocoivc special low rates. For Routes, Rates, Tltno, tto., seo E. P. Bryan, Agont, Frankfort, or write to C. P. ATMORE, O. P. & T. A., Loubville, Ky. TRAINS NORTH ST ATIONS. Junct, . I No. 1. No. 11.24 3. No 17 EMIGRANTS Lvc Stanford I Arr. Paris " Lancaster . . " Richmond . . " Winchester . it. 00 . . I 8, EGBERT SON, Lvc. Maysville " Carlisle " Millcrsburff .... . . . . . . . . . . . , . Arr. Paris one-hal- Lve.f.I.cxington Arr tl'aris. Lve. Paris la-- " Cynthiana,. " Falmouth. 25 Arr. Covington No. p ji p p p p 8,1511111 3.10 p 7.20 a ml 2.15 p S.i; a m 3.10 p 8.15 a m 3.10 p 8.50 n 3.48 p 9.55 am t 55 p 11.30 am 6.30 p Coo a m 12.45 7 20 a ml 2 25 m 3.10 8.15 d.co a m 12.40 2.0'i 7,30 a 7,50 a in 2 29 111 111 a "' 2,I 111 a m m m m 111 111 P m 6.00 p m t.15 p m r ':? . . . . .... ni m S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Hkown, M. D m m in in tn .... Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office nnd residence la' M JOB leaves Lexington 6.00 a, m., arrives Maysville q'oo a. m. No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. in., :n q !..!.. .ii.tysviuv u.ju i. ... im. arrive No. 37 leaves Maysville C 00 a. m., arrives Lexington n in n. m. No. 28 lenves Mnv.sville 12.1a n. m.. arrives Lexington 4.00 p. 111. No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Fnliuoiitu 7.20 p. in. No. sicaves ralmouth 015a. in , arrives Covington 810.1, 111. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily hetween Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. Surgeons, next door to tho Baptist FRANKFORT, KY. Church, S. Clair street. NEW PLANING MILL. Special RittuK to Tor tickets, rates, call on or address S. time-card- Kmlf-rrm- l. connections, etc., J. Is M. First-CIii- WAKEFIELD ss T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. I1ROWN, Gcn'l. l'.isfl. and Freight Agent. O. W. I1ENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. Having reoontly added to his Establishment M "WORK to Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of now prepared REGULAR KENTUCKY KIVER PACKET, Sash, Boor:, Blind:, Frame:. Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in tho Bost Stylo. - May 15-t- f. Couit-hous- e FANNIE FREESE! Is still mitking her regular trips from Frankfort Louisville Site IfitVfd Frankfurt every Wednesday mornlug ami Saturday evening, nnd rates are as cheap it any other transportation. Tho Fivnniu Frcesn belongs to Frnnkfortnnil to Oupt. S. V. Pence, iiml why not patronize her? Special rates on all froight going south or west' and through bills of ludinir givon, 4 AT THIS OFFICE! tcBOFaulIl!Mia JIM:! itch, S. V. Peno, Proit'e. BEN FREEMAN, Ayent. umxiH.iy mmi :L0SS Appetite it has sraifliiCT ' Mauler, SHORT NOTICE. A. B. WILLIAMS, July 14 ER SELLERS Sc CO. ;iwwkw . tf. JuiielMy or. rl9RllllRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii