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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884010501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t-- The Frankfort Roundabout. ffBOMB A. LEWIS, Publisher. r DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. ti- 3r TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 5, 1881. interest. Mr. Ike Lear and wife, of Illinois, spent last Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity, the guests of Mr. J. W. Jackson and family. Mr. J. H. Bailey and Col. F. M. Scofield, U. S. Storekeepers, now stationed at Frankfort, took in the village last Sunday, much to the satisfaction of their many friends in this section. We attended the reunion of the correspondents of the Koundaiiout last Saturday, and can safely say we have seldom spent a more pleasant time. May all hands live to enjoy many of these reunions. The dance given in this place last Monday night, under the management of Messrs. Coley Crockett and Phil. Parrent, was of the most quiet and orderly character. No rowdyism or drunkenness perceptible. Suffice it to say everything passed oil to the satisfaction and full enjoyment of all present. Mr. William Pattie, an old and highly respected citizen of this county, died nt his home, Farmdalc, Inst Sunday, Dec. 30, 1SS3, after a short illness with pneumonia. He leaves several children and grandchildren to mourn his loss, besides a large number of other relations and friends. May this affliction be blessed to the yood of all concerned. On Thursday evening Miss Mamie Hawk-ins- , daughter of J. U Hawkins, jr., gave an entertainment nt her father's to the young folks of the neighborhood, at which fun and frolic reigned. On Tuesday next she will return to Louisville, where she is a pupil of Number WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND 16. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! "THE HERO OP CERRO GORDO." sistance to the State that will promote her RODMAN SAW-MIL- Se firM-cla- SNKEX), hom-heads, NEAR RAILROAD BRIDGE, T article of XTL constantly on hand a which they offer for sale, cither set tip comknock-dowcheap for caili. Special plete or in the prices on car load lots. Patronize home industry. Dec. n. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. GEO. B. MACEXXST, Dec. FRANKFORT, KY. CATALOGUE. ILLUSTRATED SISTT PACES. i I Diamond;, Ui and Silver Watches, SILVER-PLATE- D WRE, If French and American Clocks Spectacles and instruction!; how to use your eyes' We ure giving interesting prices. alogue. Sond for cat- OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jeweler. N. Upper Street. Luintjtnn, A"). TRUSSES! - SB3.00 WILL BUlMOl' 0.1K Or IRI liiiUU 1MUU ilUUi Gcnulr.o Stamped " I. G. SEELtY, WARRANTED, Trado Alaik. Keglsterod. Ho.3 A. Ko.3 Ooncav. Ho. 8. Ko. 4. JW Mad in Every Form. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. WILL NOT BRKAK OR KU8T. Every one sent out wurnntod. They nro indorsed ly Drs. (Jroes mid Aguow, of Philiidc!-phi- a. Thuy aro tho bot. Oomo and seo thorn. No charge to show. For sulo liy JOS. LeGOMPTEJ, South Frankfort. EGBERT Orders left at attended to. A vcrill's & SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, SSTPluinaiitl Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. drug store will be promptly April id- - ti bill he introduced in tho Senate to protcot ia Who is there in this liroml Innd of ours cattle from and other coutlmt could present to Coiirrt'na the claims rageous diseaes cattle are subject to. It will of the greatly neglected and overlooked readily be seen when cattle aie protected from s, diseases m olten fatal to them, that moment Mexican Soldiers hctter than .Jno. S. a Mexican Soldier. He could tell the embargo levied by (ereiirn countries on them of the suflering and fatigue on the American beef u ill be removed and the march, and how they fought in the various farmer of this country will again have the hnttles, and how they triumphed over odds markets of the world opened to him to sell And how that little army his cattle. The farmers of the whole count rv ol live to one. was victorious in every engagement from are indebted to Senator Williams for the the first hattle to the lull and capture of the ever visiilant eye lie has kept on their inCity of Mexico, and how the Government ac- terest. Senator Williams is the right man quired through that war an amount of in the right place and Kentucky should territory unenunled and unsurpassed liv keep him where he is. Kentucky should any war in the history of the world. He be permitted to retain what littlegovernment can tell Congress of the suffering and pri patronage she may have enjoyed for 40 vations, together with how starvation has years, and not allowed to lo-- e it as wn hnrraesed some of that army here at home the case with the Newport Barracks a few until death relieved them of their suffering years ago. It was lost to Kentucky lor the by a petition and claimed (hem for his own, ami alter time until it was death how he was about to he hurried in a to the Secretary of War from the business pnnper's grave to take his everlaslins sleep. men of Cincinnati. With Jno. S. Williams in the Senate He and he alone can tell the American Congress their sad story and picture their Kentucky! interest will not only be faith fully but sacredly guarded. wrongs. WAI. H. MURRAY. And show to Concress how they have app'ropriated mi! lions of acres of land to railroad companies that was paid for by tho Between tho Bridges. blood of the Mexican Soldiers, and how of dollar they vote millions for Kenmship Christmas is over and the boys must go to eub-idiand the fisheries, together with a work. variety of other appropriations the make Mr. and Mrs. L. Blythc called on Mr. and annually from an overflowing treasury for Mrs. Robt. Storts last Sunday. purposes other thnn to give a pension Mrs Frank Ilaeklcy and family have been to tliis little band of heroes, with millions of on a visit to her mother this week. dollars in the treasury ami increasing by Mr. Richard Carter and neicc, of Ala., are millions every year. lie might lip able to present their claim as would induce the visiting Mrs. J. II. Thachcr of this vicinity. Misses Lela and Ilattie Tinsley and Prof. American Congress to arouse itscll and act in this matter as is becoming the honor and Carter called on MUs Annie Johnson Sunday dignity of the American Government, and evening. Mrs. T. B. Johnson, of Graefensburg, who pass a bill to relieve these old soldiers on their slow march to the grave, weighted down has been very ill for several days is sowly rewith the infirmities of old age, superin- covering. duced by the fatigues and privations they Prof. Carter went to Anderson county Monunderwent while fighting their country's day and returned Tuesday night just in time victorious battles in a foreign land. He to miss the candypulling. could tell t hem all, and he alone can do Miss Sallie Sharp spent the afternoon with it in such language that can not be equal- Misses Lela and Ilattie Tinsley Thursday, ed or surpassed by mortal man. and what a pity Job wasn't at home. Kentucky could ill afford at this time to Dr. Hudson, of Frankfort, passed through lose the service ol so valuable a Senator as our town Wednesday on hi. way to see a General Williams has been. He has ren patient near Peyton Shelby county. dered valuable service to the Statu in two Mr. J. J. Smith returned to this neighborinstances tl.at within themselves should be hood last Saturday from a visit to his mother, sufficient grounds for the Legislature to and called on his girl Sunday evening. return him to the Senate by an unanimous e Mr. T. B. Johnson has moved the vote. from the brick-hous- e to Tom. Bailay's, so He secured the passage of a bill in the Tom will have to quit preaching and keep the Senate appropriating $1U(J.U00 for the erec- gate. tion of 1'iist-olKand Public Buildings in The Misses Wiggs and Tinsley and Messrs Frankfort, tiie capital of the first original Smith, Blythe Jenkins and Wiggs were the .State that entcied the Union. And Ken- guests of Miss Jennie Darlington Tuesday tucky, in her flUth year ol age, receives at night. the hands of Senator Williams buildings Ladies, remember this is leap year and and conveniences that should have been make good use of your time, and perhaps ere grimed her 40 years ago. Senator Williams another Clni-tnirolls round tln.ro will bo has worked indefatigably for Kentucky's fewer old maids and old bachelors in our comto improve and open up the vast field munity. of mineral resources she contains, in secuBasknm Johns, a young man who was partly ring nppropiiations lor the improvement of raised in our neighborhood, but moved away the Kentucky river he has not stopped several yeais ago and is now in the revenue there but has been active and pusiMenl to business, passed through our town one evensee that the money appropriated by Congress ing last week and stayed over night with to o.nen tliih great natural waterway should S. M. Tinsley, Eiq. Wo have known Mr. be properly and judiciously used upon the Johns from his boyhood and, say without flatwoiks. When the hands upon this work tery, that ho has richly merited the position received due bills for their time and were he now occupies. compelled to diccoirnt them at various rates S. M. and O. Tinsley went to Frankfort ol nitere.--t (.s was the o.u-- o with many of Wednesday and had the deed made for the tin men), as soon as the facts were made hind lately purchased by them of the Mournknown to .Senator Williams the men received ing heits. And notwithstanding their absence their money promptly by order of tho Sec- and the severe weather their teams are daily delivering fifty barrels of corn to W. II. retary of War. Tin-le- y Thus we find Jno. S. Williams the worm McBr.iye's distillery. Good for the boy, we need moie such pcrieverinji and en- and active friend ol the lahoiing man. The eigetic men to have our whole community man who is compelled to earn his In end b prosperous, the sweat of his brow. He believes "tie , Punch & luv. laborer Miuiild be worthy of his hire," and that honest labor rendered to the GovernBridgeport. ment should not he discounted to procure of Hie for their families. It the nect.-s'iiiThe moving business has commenced.' is thus we find Senator Williams in his seat Rawley Armstrong's infant has the dyph-theri- n. in the Senate ever uutchlul and ready to promote the interest and welfare of his The moving business is in a piospcrous conpeople, and to do all in his power that will elevate his State to her true position in the dition in this section. Union of Slates. The liict State admitted Not a drunken man seen in our midst durWe still hold the foit. into the Unioi.; tho fourth in revenue; the ing the holidays. louith in the eighth in populaDr. George M. Reddish, of Louisville, vistion, and sixteenth in (aim products is the ited his sister, Mrs. Mattic Hawkins, last Sunposition we find Kentucky occupying today. day. With her vast internal resources developed No better time to turn over a new leaf than she would take hut one gigantic stride and become the greatest Slate that the American the commencement of a new year. So here Hag tltes over in this the constellation of goes. The usual number of dining parties and Sliiiet., When that day dawn upon her Kentuckians will then bo able to find in dances occurred during the holidays. All Kentucky the Eldorado that so many of passed oil" quietly. them have looked lor in vain in the. West Mr. Duulap, of the firm of Halt, Ihinlap and Southwest, and only too glad Id return & Co., leather dealers, Louisville, was in the to old Kentucky with empty purses and village last Tuesday. disappointed expectations, as has been the Mr. Ezra Cook and Miss Emma Morel.ind, case with many Kentuckians. Will thtyf Shelby county, spent several days in this see their way clear and follow of Legislature vicinity during the holidays. the road alieady blazed out by the soldier and statesman (hat will lead "his State to BMr. W. T. Wilson and wife, of Louisville, been visiting friends and lolativoain this her true position of renown, greatness and prosperity. Kentucky inii.-- t have men in section during the past week. the Senate that are perfectly familiar with Miss Lucy Pattie, of Texas, attended the the wants ol Kentucky and be ever ready funeutl of her father last Moncay, having preand quick to respond to and give every as viously been summoned to his sick bed. nlnro-pnemonWil-Hames toll-gatce as in-tres Editor Roundabout' The whole country will remember the Roal Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also giro specta attention to the purchase and sale of real estnte aollcctlon of rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. June 25-l- y. !! JUST RECEIVED BY Y. BERBERICH, Mroh.,xit Tailor, (! ST. CLAIR STREET, BETWEEN JwASiH9k .MAIN and BROAD WAI Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ami new-e- st stylos of fancy French cassimeres. He is prepared to make them up on slior notice, and givo perfect fit- the flitil) School. Antioch. What a pleasant time wehndon the 29th. Mr. W. F. Jenkins is very sick with pneumonia. ting garments, stylish nud A happy new year to the readers of the feb3-Ccomfortable. Roundabout. Miss Larner Glore spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Kate Shackleford. Misses Belle and Kittie Owen were the DEALER IX guests of Mrs. Robt. Owen Tuesday. Mr. Frank Thompson, of Paris, has been visiting Mr. Fred Smith and family. Will sell atthe very lowest figures Mr. R. J. Shannon and wife spent Christmas with Mrs. S's. father, in Shelby. Misses Martha and Anne Masters were the guests of Miss Mary Gnyhart Tuesday. COUNTY FA1UI Mrs. Sallie Stivers and daughter, Miss WOODFORD Agnes, were the guests ol Mrs. James Glore lu- -t Saturday. Master George Lee Glore, of Louisville, farm of 182 spent several days with his uncle, James IOFTER my.McCracken's acre. located on the Mill turnpike, one mile Glore, this week. from Grasy Springs Church, for sale at $35 per acre, half caih and Miss Susie Owen, who has been staying interest. and the balance in one in two years with Iluildincs and fences good repair, and with her aunt, Mrs. Carter Hale, in Belle plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARK IS. Point, is at home again. A"gMilUillc, Ky. Miss Frances Fink and sister, from the Big Eddy, spent Christinas week with their aunt, Mis. Butler Glore. Mi?s Mary Lee Gloie, who is now a stuWo can guarantee tho above amount to good, dent in the Deaf ami Dumb Institute at Dan- active, cnergtic ville, is improving very rapidly, judging .a.g-;e:n"ts- ! from the letters she writes home. Mr. James Glore and family, Mrs. Noah Ladles n well as gentlemen, make a success in Goin, Mi-- s Lily Goin, Mr. .lames Miller, the business. Very little capital required. Wo b.ivu a household article us salablo us flour. mid Mr. Thos. u titer took their Christmas dinner with Mr. George Shaekleloul-an- W. J. CHIN2T, ALL KINDS OF COAL FOE CA.SH! FOB. SALE. - $100.00 A WEEK! 1 1 lady. Mr. George Shackleford caught a grown It is used overy day red and grey fox, which made its escape on nut need to explain in overy family. You do its merits. There Wednesday, having a log chain around his harvest for nil who embrace this golden is a rich oportn-nitneck. He lias sirce been recaptured and ts It costs you only ono cent to learn vvha toll-gat- e. our business is. Buy a postal card and write to lor sale at the us and wo will send you our prospectus and felt folks have had a merry time particulars The young On the night of the of it this Christmas. 2oth Mrs, Kate Shackleford gave a social; on the night of the tilth a dance at Win. Polsgrovi's; on the 'JDlh a dance at Mat And WO know VOU will dprivn tnnrn mini Minn and a social nt Win. Masters' on you hiivu any idenof. Our reputation as u mun- ui.iuiurin; company audi the ttlst, Mi.--s Mary Gin hart gave her ford to deceive Writo to thut wo can not afus on u postal joung friends a social. All of them were ght' VOIir address lllainlv nml rinoi and lull hugely attendtil. purticul'trii. CO,, I In last Satmduv's Courier-Journ- al ept. Marion, Ohio. noticed that Col. Allen, of the K. M. L, in his remarks before the Teachers' Association, styles the teachers of the common schools as a worthless set. Whv? Simply It Sells Itself! y. FREE! 1 C'hi-olin- 's, iUJl.Ur.BJ M'F'G ti-i- Farm for Sale. and apathy have dwinT OFFER FOR SALIC OR RENT MY etc. Til s 1 farm of S.j. acres, three and a quarter miles dled away; been gives the'gall.tiit Colonel an opportunity of e.iu of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, venting his spleen and grossly insulting on the Vet saiiles pike. Address thousands of ladies and gentlemen throughJOHN A. SIDENER, Dec. Frankfort, Ky. out the Stale, many of whom .t'ould give credit and honor even to so raml a concern as the K. M. 1. Col. A , like all or nearly Itimcmark: all of our high school men, takes the wrong An"tlrflrNwmlpoiillrelyeflccliv view of our school system. ItPlllpJv f.ir IhA nM.I hey seem to "- Mrminl cure of Seminal Emissions nrul Impotency by tbo onir it was intended lor the poor forget that true , tij , x. p.kum t th priitciprtft( f iU DljttM, Hi of tb rttu j it fttuuJ! wuh no rm or in..Qf rttkoo, uJj doit net Jt vat) th ordinary pur.uiu r lift. TW ml f trtumiDt bu .State, whose parents were not able lAtcrfcr W1 lit ten In rj wm ciki, trU i.t pronouocwl iucii. Th"j to send them (o C d. A 's pel concern. Ho ii na uduiu about thi prfiariton, 1'rvt ckl cbMrvttion cutlet u to icitluly lumniM tt It w.ll perfect utliftctfui. It ti eon. speaks slightly ot the dog tax. Now etJeJ by the Medical roflo u b tht moit rittaitj mttni ytt d icot cad of rcftttUn and curing thi vcrr jrTiltnt troutlf, Tbt IWrarOy U venture the assertion that il all the taxes MiipiMtibuiM,cllhiM.i. N. (ra,.if mrtiSt, Jj N.2 (ffldit i.lM f nun ,)( it N. J tr. nttigjf?( mminyrar,rlibn.0M t lrrMatuMha,la and due on dog in the State were asscs-etiL lWd writer, full J rtHMtl r itUr 0M1 ff lWr.(t. I'fmhl--t iimaf AittMutrtl luMraiUni, collided, and teudeied to Col A. as an Um th.j raa nioi tUpx rwMl Mrim alti, I ft iht t In. imMirif( aOWud. ki mI4 fir Umi. M appropriation by the State to the K. M. 1. HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'S CHEMI8T8, .Market. und wih KtroeUwT. LOU in. MO. he would not relu-- e it because it was. the dog tu. Now if the Colonel, instead ot insulting the teachers, will unite with them in demanding thai ourofliceis faithlitlly and honestly perform their duties he will find RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E that there are u good mimv $ol)0, $000 aim A favorite prescription of ono of tha tho ranks ot the common $7u0 teacheis '""' nuii'ii nun gucccismi specialists in lliou.s, UiowictiredHortliocnrooriVnOMn.D-6ffschool teachers ot Kentucky, and he will Loaf Mntthoml,Wenhnen and Z)rcn. Sunt not be under the necessity ol importing iniilalnsoaleilciivt'lopoVeo.DriiKKlstscauQUtt. Nix teachers for the K. M. I. Addreu DR. WARD ft CO. Louisiana, Mo. I bejuu-- e, thiough the negligence of our oflicers, the school funds mSSH A Vf I I wiA e U 1 lv i I d in t lltloiiffUi.MMiM U . li (U-- ti T. mJn Of I niMft-- lw U1 Unilv J fit tf FREE! f 111 Hft f. I I JBljUpiillWllpilW Z. ROUNDABOUT, at Frankfort, Kentucky mailable mutter . .The world combination drew a good audience to the Opera House Monday evenday night tiie annual election of city incuin-liening. The scenic effect of the piece was very officers took place, when all the r good. Assessor, were reelected, except Citj Mr. Tho. .T. HutchiflOJi being elected to The military companies of this city are that position. requested to patlicipate in the corner stone ceremonies on Monday afternoon at 2 Dr. Sam. dames and Mr. C. E. Jame. o'clock. Insurance. Agent, have removed their oflices frojii the Ditvnll building to Judge Jctt'a There will be an oyster supper given at building, next the Yeoman ollice. The theCourt-hoiKon Friday evening, January former taUcs the front room down stair. llth, for the benefit of Cnpital Lodge, No. and the latter the room up stairs lately oc- 209, of this city. cupied by Messrs. Scott iV French. Mrs. John W. ltupe has received from the presents given the Knights of Honor $2,000 insurance upon for The ralllc h's costoniers by Mr. Phil. the life of her late husband, who was a iiwav to Selhert will take place nt his jewelry store, member of that organization. on St. Clair utreet, next WednesJav evenThere will be a meeting of the Rojal ing, January Dm. and all those who have Templars at the photograph gallery of II. '"n'It; purclinsM from him to the amount of G. Matteru on Mondny evening, at 7 o'clock. five dollars are entitled to a chance. Business of importance will be transacted. At the meeting of FRANKFORT tSnterodatthe post-offic- e the City Council Tues- ta n second dines GEORGE A. LEWIS. AT COST. c- Suitor Busies. 5. 1 FRANKFORT, JANUARY 8.14. 4ktJ 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 thpt 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 v them our entire stock cf Oar music loving citizens will lmvo a Irentnext Tnesilny eveninp, Jan. 8ili. The Boston Co ncert Company will appear at the Opera House. The new Opera House is ail that could lie ilcircd iu point of beauty nnd convenience of arrangement, but it.i nadly deficient in heat and light. The lijjjht in the pallery and balcony is such that one can linrdly read a programme, and when the weather is at all cold the temperature in the hall is so low that the audience actually sutlers from cold, nnd on the opening night, as well as Wednesday night of this week, tunny persons were compelled to leave on account of it. The furnaces have proven entirely inadequate to heat the hail and should betaken out at once and some other mode of heating re&orted to, as it is an imposition to require the lessc to pay rent for the hall when he cannot induce the amiiccment loving public to go into it on account of its be'ru so uncomfortable. Steam for healing purposes is convenient and can be obtained at small cost, why not put it in ? The City Council has had placed in the Fire Engine House a heating apparatus by means of which the water in the engine is kepi nearly at the boiling point, and in cue of an alarm, iUlie engine should only have to run out to the cistern at the corner of St. Clair and Main street, there will lie steam sufficient in the boiler to begin work-ar-t satin as the hose are laid. The contrivance consists of a small wrought iron boiler with a furnace .underneath, with two to the engine. The water is heated in the boiler and kept circulating back and forth through the pipes from the boiler to the engine. The attachment of the pipes to the engine is made in such a manner that when it leaves the house to go to a fire Hie pipes detach themselves, the valves are closed and water in the pipes thrown back into a tank which euppies the boiler, all by an autainotio arrangement. Very little fuel too is required to run the heater, one Bhovel full of coke being sufficient to keep the fire going six hours. The whole arrangement is homemade. The boiler, being the first one ever made in this city, was manufactured by Messrs Ferguson ic Meek, at the Capital Machine Works, and the other work was also exe cuted by them. Bids were received bv the Caincil from Cincinnati and Louisville parties, but our home boys, bid being less than the others they were awarded the contract and have executed the job in first class style. The drawing of Messrs. Harris & Herr-ma- n and Kluss it Co., to decide w ho should receive the presents otlered by them to their customers, came oil' Monday. That of Messrs Klass ic Co. took place in the morning and was decided by two gentlemen being called in, who took all the numbers which had been given away, placed them in a box, thoroughly mixed them together, and one of the gentlemen held the the box up over his head, while a third, who happened to come in reached, up and took from the box one number, which, it was agreed be forehand, should be tliej otic to iliaw the prize a fine nickel plated range. Fifty-siwas the lucky number taken out, and the ticket bearing the corresponding number wae held by Mr. Will. A Gaines, jr., who resides on theOwenton pike, two miles from the city. In the afternoon Messrs. Harris & Herr mann's drawing came off at the Court-housin tin' presence of a large audience. Two wheels were provided, into one of which the tiuec piizes and a number of blanks were placed, and in the otherjjall the numbers which had been given away. A committee from the audience, composed of Messrs. II. II. Murray, B. B. Jefl'ers, Jos. Stnten, John Tobiu, Major Thos. J. Hutchison and Dr. Alvin Duvall, were pluced in charge of the drawing to sec that it was conducted fair. A little girl was placed by one wheel and a little boy at the other, and the draw iug began. The fiirst prize that came out was the $75 cooking range. Ticket No, 7300 drew it, and it was held by a colored man living iu Shelby county, who hud made a purchase of a gum coat about an hour before the drawing began, when is was given iiiin. No. 7427, held by Mies Puttie Roberts Thoinasson, little daughter of Mrs. E. T. Tliomason, next drew the 500 piano, and then 4030,. held by Mr. Buck Keenon, took the $100 set of walnut furniture. pipe.-leadix c i - I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, &o , The Fire. Yesterday morning about half past four a fire broke out iu the bakeshop iu the rear of Mr. Stephen Fuhs' confectionery and spread rapidly. The Fire Department were on hand promptly and had steam up ready to go to work as soon as the engine left the house but before it could be gotten in position at the cistern u coil of pipe inside the boiler exploded with a loud report nnd of course the machine was useless. The old engine, the New Era was quickly brought nut ami fired up, but the delay occasioned by the accident was long enough to give the flames i. good start, nnd in u short time the buildings occupied by S. Fuhs as a confectionary, Jus. F. Gibbons as a saloon ami restaurant, belonging to V. Kiiltenburn, together with those occupied by Win. as n barber shop and Henry Samuel 'jaiber shop, were soon completely nan and the buildings occupied by Weitzel, jr., as a saloon and L. Jerome Weitzel as a confectionery badly damaged, the latter four all theproperty of Mr.L. Went zel. The rear of the building occupied by Mr. Phil. Selbert's as a jewelry store and residence.the property of Mr. Dan. Meagher, sr., was also considerably damaged. The flames spread so rapidly that the family of Mr. Jas. Gibbons, who occupied the second story of his establishment as a residence barely escaped with their lives, having no time to secure any portion of Mr. Selbcrts their clothing or furniture. family were also cotnpelleJto 'leave in a hurry. The loss so far as we have been able to ascertain it is as follows: V. Kaltenb'Min on buildings, $6, 500; insurance Slu. uOO. L. Weitzel on buildings $S,000; insurance, $4,500. On stock, $2,000; insurance $2,000.' Dan. Meagher, sr., on building. $400; insurance $3,500. S. Fuhs, on stock $2,500; insurance Si.ooo. Ja. F. Gibbons, on stock and furniture, $1,500; insurance $500. Phil. Sclbeit, on furniture, $300, fully inMan-deviil- The case of The Planters' National Bank of Louisville vs Pepper, &c, has been compromised. This is the case in which the Hank was endcavor'ng to make Col. R. P. Pepper, Messrs. S. Black, Geo. W. Gwin and A. C. Kec-nosecurities of Jas. W. Batchelor, Cashier of the Bank, responsible for the defalcation of Louis Uehm, .he Teller. By tue terms of the componiisc tie securities pay to the bank 86,500. The charming little actress, Julia A. Hunt, appeared at the Opera House Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The audiences were not large, owing in a great measure to the low temperature of the hall, but those who were prctent enjoyed the performances very much indeed. AT COST FOR CASH e Personal. of Ttussellville, is Miss Fannie visiting Miss Florence Barrett, South Side. Miss Ann Richardson, who has been very ill, has improved sufficiently to be able to sit up. Mr Will. Richardson left Tuesday for Nashvill, Tennesee, to attend Commercial College. Mrs. Wm. M. Saflell left Thursday for Washington City to visit Mrs. John G. Carlisle. Miss Mamie Rinker. of Louisville, is visiting the family ot her uncle, A. B. Norwood. Miss Florence Barrett returned Monday form a two weeks' visit to friends iu Bon-den, Rus-sellvill- c. From this time forward. As our goods arc marked in plain figures, the public can easily see 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 d, ENTS, viz: GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESOne Upright Piano, value, One Oil Walnut Bed-rooSet, Silver-plate- d Cooking Range, One m $500 100 75 HARRIS & HERRMANN, December 22, 1883. One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. T Mr. W. L. McEwan will return to college at Princeton, New Jersesy, on Monday. Mr. Austin J. Kendall is lying very ill at his home on Braodway with no hopes of recovery. AND i. t. rumyah; Has just received his fall and winter stock of Mrs. Craft, of Lagrange, spent several days iu this city the first of the week, visiting friends. Corner of Second and Bridge Streets, South Mr. N. M. Casey is at home from Frankfort, Kentucky, and will remain several days, visiting his family. Mr. Pat. McDonald, jr., who has been Having determined to sell as cheap as the spending the holidays with his parents in cheapest, I am now prepaied to sell this city, returned to school at St. Mary's Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per sured . College the first of the week. pound for one pound and upward; Win. Mandeville, on furniture, SSoo; inConfectionery A Sugar, 10J4' pounds for $1 00; surance, $1,000. Choice Extra C Sugar, y cent.s per pound; C Sugar, 12 pounils for il ooj Chas. Stolls, on furniture, $500 ; fully inGood Uio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; sured. BOUGHT OK MR. P. NEWMAN HIS Henry Samuel, on furniture, Sioo, fully inAnd nil other goods usually kept in a entire stock of millinery goods, I will still continue the simc business at the old stand formerly occupied grocery. sured. by Mrs C. V. Ward. '1 liniiUtifj the public for pist Give me a chance to prove the above stateJerome Weitzel, jr., on stock and funiture, faois, I earnestly solirit a continuance of the same. MRS. MACtUi: J. HALI.NAN. ments. $3,000; insurance j2O0. I'ranki-ortJanuary 1, 1884. io-t- f. A negro man by the name of Edmund KenII. U WILLIAMS. Havinc sold my entire stock of millinery Roods to Nov. nedy, who has already served one or two Mrs. Maggie J. Ilallmn, I hereby notify all parlies C. U. CHINK, M. I). JAS. UI.Y. M. P. who are indebted to me to please call and settle terms in the penitentiary, was ariested during promptly, as I am compelled to have money, Alt & prethe fire for stealing bottle of whisky from persons w hi hac cltints against me will please busi. sent them for iamcnt. In retiring from the Office and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, ncss, I take this method of informing the public of Mr. Gibbons' saloon. tlic i;encrous 'aironac which nicy uac gnen nic, Corner Main and Washington. new will New-Orleans- , HARDWARE STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Gall and see him &C. Swig-ert's stand, at old NOTICE. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. s first-clas- s , lm1 SAMUEL 'AYERS, FORMERLY DRS. CHINN Office Hour M. 7 ELY, OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, WATCH MAKER, e The following resolutions, complimentary toourBouid ol School Tiustees and Col. Thos B. Ford were adopted by the State in LouisTouchers' Association in ville December 20th, 27th, and 28th: WunitiMS, E, Whitesides, W. S. Dehoney und D L. Htily, Trustees of the Public School of Frankfort, have brought suit in the courts to recover to the School Fund the amount of money which they believe to be due it fioin the tax 011 railroads and corpo.. rations; nnd w herens, Thomns B. Ford, ol the r:uiie place, hits volunteered to prosecute the Fiime without charge; therefore 1. Thut the Kentucky Ut' if resolved. Slate Teachers' Association cordially approve and endotse the action ot the said trustees in making this test case for the benefit of the children of the State, 2. We earnestly hope the courts having jurisdiction ol this case will decide the points at issue without delay. 3. That the thanks of the teachers and Iriends of education throughout the Stale ure due and are hereby the snid trustees and Tho.s B. Ford ot Fniukfort. Col, During the session of the Thos. B. Ford, of this ciiy, delivered an address upon the subject of common school finances which was loudly applauded and pronounced one of the finest speeches of the session. sei-sioon ud hope they management. continue the same under the V. H. NEWMAN. STATEMENT or THE CONDITION Ol1 a I'. to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M , 7 THE W. S. DEHONEY Deposit Bank of Frankfort, AT THi: CIOSE OK BUSINESS DEALER IN SAl'IXAND FANCY Successor to B. P. Meek, Main Street, Frankto fort, K v., continues tho watch repairing business ut tho old stand. It.v promptness und careful work ho hopes to merit tho patronnge of thoso who desire to have their watches repaired without damage being done thorn. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instrument requiring dclicato uud accurate adjustment. DECEMBER 31, 1S3. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts Cash DRY GOODS. 42 92 52 Due from Banks Furnituie i'lotest Stumps Real Estate $167,890 31,757 3,985 1,900 6 .' I 00 21 Iu retiring from huHlnc?. iu Frankfort I tako plencuro in expressing uiy entire eonlhlcneo in Mr. S. Ayros. and from my long acquaintance with him us a workman, do not hesitate to commend hi in us every way cnpablo of moetiug tho cordially invito j 011 to call and exiuninouiy expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. No in n rid Fresh Stuek of Moods. Sept.30-t- f 55 70 00 12,522 MAIN STREET, Seu.'J.tr. FRANKFORT, KV 1883. FALL 1883. TREES. $218,132 62 FFt A. NKFORT IJA11IUTJF.S. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No 31 Individual Depositors Profit iiuil Loss Interest and Discount Due to Banks . .' $7740O 00 239 00 3.036 00 '13,152 76 15,470 89 8,623 97 MACHINE TREES, TREES, WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alactiirers of all kinds of New Work toi We olTer this scanon an unusually large stook of FRUIT AND ORKAMENTA1. TREES, small FRUITS, GRAPEVINES, and everything found in a Nuiiikiiv Estahlmumk.nt. Wo employ no ugonts. Descriptive outnloguea on 15000 62 application. i. $2lS,I32 Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, IRA3S FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, nov II. F. HILLENMEYER, LiaiMiTo.N, Kv. H. H. WATSON, Cashier. after of four (4) per cent will be paid on the caplt.il stock of the Deposit Kan), of I'r.inkl'ort on und A IC. COALY ALL diidend 'I DIVIDEND NOTICE. 3d. 1881. JBSTContrftctH for New Work of the State. innr.y pan coal I G, B. MACK hursday, Janu.iry kl. II. WATSON, Cashier. One door wcttof corner Ann and Uroadwaystrecti North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6t KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Pricee by UN. FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ARGEST ROUNDABOUT, JANUARY 6, JfiS4. GIHGULATIDN IN CITY AND GDUHTY sanctum, the following business wns transacted: R. J. Shannon mih called to the Chair and (J. II. Parrent appointed Secretary. A committee of four, conpisling of J. It flarrod, T. Hunter, A. C. Scott and C. H. Parrent, was appointed, who reported the following: Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. M., and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s p. ' will carry passengers Deiwccn rranmuri unu i.ixinti"" intermediate points Nos, 37 and 28 are Sunday trains only. BRYAN, Agent. K. P. having Wiiukkas, The Rounoaiiout filled a vacuum in the literary world for TO TRAVELERS. some years past by persistently ignoring politics and piililifliitij,' news, social, relig 6, the following Commencing Monday, October time tabic will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for ions and otherwise, therefore llcsolvcd, That in the future, as in (he this point. past, we will contribute our support by TRAINS HOCTH. Arrive nt correspondence and otherwise as will beM Leave Louisville. enhance the interest of the publisher and Frankfort. m 8:3 No. ; readers. io:s5 a. m. 8:15 a. M. No. it Resolved, Thnt we recommend the Round M' 5!'S '. No. 31 a:7 m. r. 0:o r. it. AiiuoUT to the reading public as a bold, 4'No. to C. & O . . . . nnd spicy pnper, well united to the TRAINS NOtlTH. Leave Leave immlv circle. Frankfort. Louisville. Resolved, That our thanks are due the 10:77 A. M. No. 18 7:0" A. M. m. hind Editor for the sumptuous repast and m. s:53 No. 21 r.35 r. No. 34 lcavei Lou. 5:00 P. m. nrr. at Frankfort 6:05' P. M. other acts of kindness shown oti this occ.a 5:1 No. 20 C. & O. . . . " 3:00 p. M. No a8 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. M sion. Resolved, Thnt n copy of these proceedings Trains No. 33 and 3t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at w:is noon, and 7:15, p. M. Irain lie furnished the Rouxdakout with a requeM 1 00 r. No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, hhclby-vlll- that the same be published. and at connect at Aiichorasc for Nos. M. S'-'M- instruments are struck. Thomas' orchestra, at its best, ennnot excel the Spanish Students in accuracy of tempo, and the effect of the strings, ns handled by them, is something in describnblc. The first f election brought down the house, and it .seemed as tbotigh the audience would not consent to let them go. Brooklyn liagle. C. B. Gren'1 OPPOSITE JAMES, COURT FOR SALE ! Handsome Suburban Properly, Owing to thodlinini-ihfcr- t slxoof in.v inmltj wish to JlrpogG of my li ii ml mi 1110 rcnl('nco oti tho Lawrcncoburg plltc. Tho house 1ms ten rooms, Is In tborouch icpair nrid hue nil modern conveniences. Thoro lire ix acres of ground nitnched to the place. I will sell either lurnlslicd or un furnished. Apply to moon the prouil'cr or at tho storo of Gray .1 IUnlmnn. lemw enrv. Aug. 25-t- f. Insurance Agent, HOUSE, The Royal Japs. On Thursday evening, January loth, our citbens will be given an opportunity of witnessing one of the novel entertainments of the above company. The Courier-Journ- al has this to say of them: As a thoroughly novel, unique and amusing entertainment, the opening performance of the Imperial Dragon Troupe of Japanese at the Opera House was a complete success. Probably the curtain never rose on just such a .scene before. The stage was handsomely decorated in the fantastic Japanese style, and the members of the troupe, in their queer but rich costumes, with their absurd jestures and comical movements, pei formed such marvelous feats of .skill and strength that the audience was not only impressed with the .spectacular effect, but was amazed at the wonderful antics of the strange foreigners. Every act was greeted with enthusiastic applause. The gre it beauty of the whole thing is that the "Japs" arc given full control of the stage, and they go through the performance exactly as they would were they in their native island. The girls are genuine curiosities in Ameiica, and are with rare exceptions, perhaps none, the onlv fanencsc women who ever visited this country. The programme consists of juggling, dancing, wrestling, balancing, and similar feats, and needs no description boyon ! saying that all its features arc excellent. Buy a triifs ftoin FRAINKFORT, IiY. (crmanla ntiij ti-i- Fjrc Iiuurancc Association City of London London and Provincial Kenton Prcscott New Orleans London. London. London. Covington, Ky. New York. Boston.. A cv Orleans, La. John T. Gray. - ! - CAPITAL EL r- - GALLERY! Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, KENTUCKY. ART No. 430 Main Si., Over Crntchcr & Sfarks' While Hall Clothing House 23 e. R. J. Shannon, Chairman. C. II. Pauuent, Secretary. FHANKFOHT, SPECIAL The Furnaces ftt the Opera House linvo been changed and the Hall can be made an warm an desired. preach at Rev 3. Bridgeport Sunday the Chiistian Ghnrch tit morning at II o'clock. All are invited. F. Hunjjerford will m Mr. Geo. B. Macklin has received from the Lexington & Carter County Coal Company a sample car of Mt. Savage coal from their Music. Mine, which he is introducing in this market. It is a firet rate article ol grate coal, and makes n beautiful fire. Misses .Tosiennd Fannie Murphy kept open house on Tuesday and received a largo number of callers. They were assisted by Misses Lizzie Rodman and Kate ders, of this city, and Misses Jennie. Mattie and Willie Robb, of Woodford, county. An elegantl unch was spread, of which all who called partook and greatly enjoyed. After the adjournment of the meeting the best looking, by long odds, of all our reportorial corps put in appearance, and we are sure that the younger gentlemen who were in attendance, especially our young friend from Switzer, will regret their haste to get away when they learn thnt they missed an opportunity of forming the acquaintance of one of the prettiest young ladies it the county our correspondent from "Between the Bridges." We were very ngreeably surprised when she made hcr&elf known, as we were under the impression that another person one ofthe sterner sex was kindly taking the trouble to send us a long letter each week from that neighborhood. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. Joe LeCompte. the Foi; Ri:xt. Two office rooms on lower floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. r 4i ii CASH ONLY. I TAKE this method of informing the f iblic that from this day I will. do a strictly One Price Cash Business, r. aking ho exceptions or deviations. My stook of 1: jjjSf First class board wanted by a quiet "cntleman and wife, in a private family of refinement and where there are no boarders. Location central, best references. Address "A," care of this office. sn . On Monday evening Capitol Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F elected the following officers for the ensuing six months: S. T. Pence, Noole Grand. , W. II. Williams, Vice Grand. N. F. Richardson, Treasurer. W. S. Dehoney, Secretary. B. F. Firestone, Host. Corner Stone Ceremonies. A. Murphy the corner slime if the new Building will be laid with Masonic ceremonies on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Governor Knott has been appointed prosy of the Grand Master of the State and will conduct the ceremonies, Col. J. Stoddard Johnston acting as Grand Marshal. The procession will be formed at l o'clock on St. Clair street, the right resting on Main, in the following order: I. Platoon of Police; 2, Band; 3. Military Companies; 4. City Coun-c- il Jov-ernme- nt Just here we want to say fo the gentleman who called at the office in our absence, before the meeting took place, and afterwards while we were absent at dinner, and stated that he was a correspondent, that we regret exceedingly we did not meet him. Ashcwns personally unknown to us he must not think ho was slighted intentionally, and we want him to come in the next lime he is in the city so that we can make things right. As this was the first annual reunion of of our correspondents wo hope that all enjoyed it sufficiently to come again, and it shall not be our fault if they do not have another opportunity, when we hope to meet every one who ha 8" taken the trouble to send us the news from their neighborhood. mels and pure homemade candies, north end bridge. For Fruits, Uakes and Confections, go to Howard Bro's, north end St Clair street bridge. BOARDINCJ. Go to Howard Bro.'s for fine cara- STOYES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E, &C, is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. week or month. A few boarders by the day Wanted by Mrs R. B. at LeCompte house, near Iron Bridge. Mc-Ke- c, Eoofing, 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, The Indians, knowing the value of Wild Cherry bark as a cure for coughs and colds, used to prepare it in their rude way, and in winter kept it constantly on hand. The careful and secret method of preparing Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry makes it It is superior to all othe preparations. ' v pleasant to lake. Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fiucel's. guaranteed. 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted W. Fincel's, Frankfort Ky. hogs. Sat-'sfacti- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. In compliance with the request of Cnpt. D. AMUSEMENTS. Boston Concert Company The celebrated Boston Concert Company will appear at the Opera House on Tuesday evening, January 8th, and the lovers of real first clas music should bear it in mind, as they appear only at Lexington, Louisville and this city when they return North. Following area few of the many complimentary notices of the press; Miss Alma Faunce proves to be one of the best young planistes that we have heard this season. Her playing of the piano score in Haydon's trio being noticeably lineBoston Home Journal. The famous "Temple Quartette" of Boston, appeared at Music Hall, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Such harmony, delicate shading, perfect vocal manipulation and absolute unanimity of phrasing, has never been equaled by a male quartette before a Detroit audience as was done by Messrs. Batetnan, Webber, Cook and Ryder. Detroit at C. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGrAN, 0. W. Fince! pays the highest price for The people of Frankfort should patronize the new wholesale and; retail coal firm of S. tfc J. H. Told, for they have come to stay. Office at H. R. Williams' grocerv. South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can always be found ready to wait on customers. SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Corner, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Clisxtea. Street, iTcrtls.ea.st A ?V I Cwff, Nov. 25, 1SS2. delighted, as always, Mrs. Humphrey-Alle- n by the delicious purity and rare emotional quality of her voice, tier work in the Hymn of Praise" was thoroughly beautiful, and can jjiacKDum. hardly have separate mention of numbers became .so uniformly flood. Her soaring llight to the high note in "The Night is Departing," Meeting of Correspondents. called irresistibly for applause, but it was no better than her fust solo, or than her part in In accordance with the suggestions of our the duet. Mrs. Alleu is indeed one of the Point Pleasant correspondent, the corres- best of Ameiican sopranos. Springfield pondents of the Roiin'daiiout met at this M. Adamowski pioved to be a violinist of office Saturday nt 12 o'oIock. The followmost excellent quality. His playing is entirely free froni'uianiicrtsins, his phrasing is broad, ing gentlemen were in attendance: his execution clean and clear, anil his interna-perfecAntioch Thos. Hunter. We have had few violinUu w Ito have Bridgeport C. H. Parvent. played with greater delicacy, and at the same His style time with greater manlinesss, Flag Fork .7. R. Hnrrod. resembles Wilhclmj's in its repose and conFlat Creek W. L. Lee. fidence. The audience speedily recognized Harp A. 0. Scott. his merits, and broke into frequent applau-- c during his first number." Boston Daily Jacksonville I. C. Tlmrp. tdxvrtsei, Oct. 25, 1879. Lebonon Ridge Jns. Roberts. The Spanish Students. Point Pleasant R. J. Shanon. This justly celebrated eonpany of artists will Rwitzer J. H. Switzer. After spending a short time in pleasant give one of their performances in this city on conversation and making the acquaintance Wednesday evening, January 9th assisted by W. Roberts with his 'Tumbleronicon, of each other, they repaired to the dining Mr. D. and Mr. J. J. Hays, in his refined dialect and saloon of Messrs. Sower & Abler ami par-loof a lunch which had been prepared humorous recitations. Their instruments are mandolin and guitars. for them. After dinner they relnrned to The comhin.Uion of sound poduced by these the office, when as business meeting was instruments could not be imagined until they organized and tho following proceeding? were beard. The movement of the Spanish airs is most infectious; the music is weitd and had: strange in its general character, and, at times Fiunkfokt, Kv., Dec. 29, 1883. Irresistible recalls "Carmen." But what is At n meeting of the correspondents of the more astonishing than anything is the perfect Frankfort Roundauout, held in tho Editor's prompitude and precision with which these ok and other organizations; 5. Frankfort No. 4, 6. Hiram and Esoteric Lodges; 7. Gov. Knott and Orator of the Day, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, in carriage. The procession will move east on Main street to Ann; south on Ann to Clinton; east on Clinton to High; thence on High to Governor's Mansion; thence to Broadway; west on Broadway to Washington; south on Washington to Wapping; thence east on Wapping to site of building. Arriving at building the following ceremonies will take place, prayer by Rev. J. M. Lewis, laying of corner stone by Gov. Knott; address by Hon. J. C. S. Com-mandcr- y, Cakes iced at Howard Bro's. Wood's patent carpet strip, keeps out water and will not rot, just the thing for outFor sale by Whitesides k side doors. McEwan. Intelligent people have quit taking bitters and mineral poioii&; have quit doctoring kidneys and liver, nerves and brain; have quit using alcoholic poision's and narcotic drugs: have quit poisoning their system with qititok nostrums, and now keep themselves and families in pcrtect health by occasionally usin the only perfect blood purifier and line strengther of wealvk'portions of the body, known far and wide as Dr. OuysottV Yellow Any Dock and Sa.saparilla. druggist will get it for you. Wood's patent carpet Get one of your outside door. They keep strips for out water and will not rot., For sale by Whitesides ic McKwan. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. R. K. M'CLURE ir COARSE WINTER Have an IjBOOTS & mense stock new goods to SHOES! They are selling at prices so low that they strike t. Morrocco Case with 36 pieces to be givon away at Philip Selbert's, the Jeweler, St. Clair Street. A good secontl-hnn- d Foit S.vi.k. boiler, 8 by 15ft. Apply to Ferguson up-riget MEDIUM PBIOED select from. Call and see them terror to all BOOTS & SHOES competitors. Call and exam- ' , V at your Meek. Sufferers front nerveousness, early decay, if you value life, avoid advertising doctors and medicines that act on kidneys and liver. Be not deceived by the many bogus certificates of cures from pnid or imIf a weakness of the aginary sexual system is the cause of yrKir distress, Dr. Quysott's Yellow Dock and Sursnparillu will strengthen tho parts ailWited, stop the drain, quiet the nerve, product) dreauile.su slumber and allow you to regain perlect health. It has cured tlioiuiuuls, ami will cure you, for by purifyiilg the blood and stiengthing every weak porton of the body, it removeaevcry symptom of distress. elc pen-on- s earliest convenience. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. ine while the stock is fresh. HATS NEW STYLES! 9 CAPS.! NEW STYLES!! ; lilfnEBjiiiiB ij.. if A 'n'li 'I' Vi "ii ifi'iniiftti1 jiLyfKa fai,l FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, street? able. A light then would be very accept- A MYSTERY OP THE SEA. The Pate Which Overtook the "City of Boston. "Captain Murray's Ideas and Experiences. years ago, the City of Boston sailed from harbor, crowded with an expectant throng of passengers bound for a foreign shore. She never entered port, The mystery ol her untimely'end grows deeper as the years increase, and the Atlantic voyager, when the fierce winds howl around nnd danger is imminent on every hand, shudders ns the tinme and mysterious tate of that magnificent vessel are alluded to. Our reporter, on a recent visit to New Youk, took lunch with Captain George Siddons Murray, on bonrd the Alaska, of the Guion line. Captain Murray iH a- man frame and ol stalwart build, cheery, genial disposition. He has been a constant voyager for a quarter of a century, over hall ofthat time having been in the service. In the course of the conversation over the well spread lame, the mystery of the City of Boston was alluded to ""Yes," remarked the Captain, "I shall never forget the last night we saw that vessel. I was chief officer of the City On the day we sighted the of Antwerp. City of Boston a furious southeast hurrican set in. Both vessels labored hard. The sea seemed detei mined to sweep away every vestige of life. When day ended the gale did not abate, and everything was lashed for a night ol unusunl fury. Our good ship was turned to tlie south To avoid the possiThe City of Boston. bility of however, undoubtedly went to tlie north. and rafts were all Her boats, securely lashed; and when she went down, evervthiti!: went with her, never to re appear until the sea gives up its dead." "What, in your opinion, Captain, was the cause of the loss of the City of BostonT' "The City of Limerick, in almost precisely the same latitude, a lew days later, found tlie sea full ol floating ice; ami I have no doubt the City of Boston collided with the ice and sunk immediately." Captain Murray has been in command of the Alaska ever since she was put in com mission and feels justh proud of his noble ship. She carries thousnnd of passengers every year, and has greatly popularized the illiams & Guion line. Remarking upon the bronzed and healthy appearance of the captain, the reporter said that sea life did not seem to be a very great pliysicai trial. 'No? But a person's appearance is not always a trust worthy indication of his phypsical condition. lor seven years 1 have been in many respects very much out of6orts with myself. At certain times 1 was so lame that it was difficult for me to move around. 1 could scarcely straighten up. I did not know what the trouble was, and thongh I performed all my duties regularly and satisfactory, yet I felt that I might some day be overtaken with some serious prostrating disorder. These troubles increased. I felt dull and then again shooting pains through my arms and limbs. Possiblv the next day 1 would feel flushed and unaccountably uneasy nnd the day following chilly and despondent. Phis continued until last December, when I was prostrated soon after leaving Queenstown, nnd for the remainder of the voyage was a In January last helpless, pitiful sufferer. a Iriend who made that voyage with me, wrote me a letter urging me to try a new course of treatment. I gladly accepted his counsel, and for the last seven months have nttention given thorough and business-lik- e to the recovery of'mv natural health; and L have the proud satisfaction of saying to you that the lame hack, the strange JJfeelings, the .sciatic rheumatism, which have so long pursued me, have entirely disappeared through- - the blood purilying influence of Warner's Safe Rheumatic Cure, which entirely eradicated all rheumatic poison from my system. Indeed to me, it seems that it has worked wonders, and I therefore most cordially commend it " "And you have no trouble now in exposing youiself to winds ol the Atlantic?'' "Not the least. I am as sound as a bullet and I feel specially thankful over the fact because I believe rheumatic nnd kidney disease is in the bload of my family. 1 was dreadfully shocked on my last arrival in Liverpool to learn that my mother, who is a wealthy China tea merchant, had suddenly died of Blight's disease of the kidneys, and fortunate in consider myself extremely having taken niy trouble in lime nnd before any more serious effects were possible." The conversation drifted to other topics, and as the writer watched the lace before him, so strong in all its outlines and yet so genial, and thought of the nuumerahle exposures and hardships to which its owner had been exposed, he instinctively wished all who are suffering from the terrible rheumatic troubles now so common might know of Captain Murray's experience nnd the means by which he had been restored. Pain is a common thing in this world, but far too many endure it when they might just as well avoid it. It is false philosophy which teaches us to endure when we can just ns readily avoid. So thought the hearty Captain of the Alaska, so thinks the writer and so should all others think who desire happiness and a long life. A few well-knit trans-Atlanti- MWTAtfVM. Riverside, Cnl. The trr ctlmato cores. Mow, Throat. Lunn, fall idea, 80 p., route, cost, f too, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, Switzer. Mr. .1. 0. next, AVoolc. M. Dnn UoliitiKon's soliool will close Thompson, of Louisville, is in onr village on u isit. Mies Einina .Stone in visiting frieiiiie in this neigliliorliocul. Mies Mary Mcinn will spend the winter in CouneiHville, Mr. .1. Indiana. days in pent several M. Lyon Shelby county lust wtek. holidays with'trienils hi this locality. Mr. Geo. Hopkins nml family arc at Payne's depot visiting relatives and Irivuds. Mr. Willie .Tones spent the holidays with his girl in Andernon county, near Lawrence-burg. Mr. Clmrley Cook, of Oxlord, spent the Mr. Jerry Long has the contract for He is a good building six wheebbarrows. workman nnd should be patronized by the community. The musical poire at Mr. Jns. Brawners, Thursday evening of lust week, was largely attended, and all together was verv enjoyn able. The music wub verv flue. Cnpt. S. V. Pence entertained at his liursriny evening residence in line stvle. of last week, the officers of his boat and other friends. It was a royal feast. What a wonder it is that the parents or guardinns-o- f the boys do not exercise pome care over them. It is passing strange that the boys of this village are allowed to run all day and nenrly half the night ad liber-- . turn. It is fearful how they annov the merchant", sometimes as many as 10 to 15 in one house at a time. When once in They it at once becomes a perfect bedlam. have ample possession, and no entreaty or to go home. hint will induce them It the parents of these lads ever expect them to become useful may 1 think they should have a little knowneleilge of their wheiea- bouts at night. Do not then let there be a c in the town. Major F. P. Lewis is confined to his bed 1 nui-nnc- (All tnat t neaotioum curious or moucntmi want 1 ikoow, Cloth and iralltblndlB.',60cts,paper25c,M(i mam Gnldo, 14 p IV, eon t nested, roonej or etpp.b (The crrent eperlnlUt. Nervous lability, mpedlmew Ito Manlane, Oon'ultntbn nnd Pmnn" Irt free, MARRIAGE2SPS NO JnBWTHIJTG. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR , & NEW YORK. i ONLY STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE VOU OVER 40 YWAWlii And thus proved The Best Liver Medicine In the World. MoOrlplne.PolsonousDrairs, but purply Vegetable, A. AfA Anil rrtllAhlf. PrnAArihaH nwn nvPnrftlnlnnA. speedy curd for Liver ('omplnlnt, Repulatlmr tho ifowcfs, Purifying tho Blood, Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A. perfect euro for Nick Ilcitdiicho Constipation and nil Billons Disorders. Bold by Druggists. For Pamphlets, etc., address C. JB. nVL.1, fe CO., 18 Cedar St., AT.IT. City. Used throughout the country A SOLID TRAIN PROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. iiHiiNinkin3rjni'r?yi"i c PROF. HARRIS' Ill-fat- ed 3C3ta A Radical Curs FOB SPERMATORRHEA I The dnllcpt Christmas ever known in this part of the country hus just pist Only one social during the week. That was given by Miss Bettie Lson and her brother. The debating club is still in a thriving n lor Saturday, dan condition. The d 0, is that the Indian has received at the hands of the greater white man than the uero." Mr. Lee Jones has become verv much interested in a certain church near Peak's right, Lee, as the beginning Mill. That of the new year is the time to adopt new with you. resolutions, let it be the cas-Attend to your church more regular in the future than yon have in the past, and by eo doing you will doubtless be a much belter que.-tio"re.-olve- piini-hine- nt - e boy. The correspondents' reunion at the office oi the Koi'NMUiiorr, on tlie twenty-nintaffair, and will doubtwas a very plea-nless encourage many more to join this little company and help un to make the Hounda-iioone of the leading papers of Kentucky, And now, as this is the hegining ofn new vear, let every one connected with this little paper in anyway do all in his or her power to make it useful ami interesting to nil her subscribers And to you who"have never .subscribed don't put it off any .longer, but send in vour names at once for a year's subscription. ut ut with fever. Miss Nannie Stivers, who was quite ill for a few days last week is well again. Miss Lee Sanders, of Bridgeport, is the guest of .Misses Maud and Sallie Zook. Misses Ida and Sallie Ziegler, after an extended visit in Louisville have returned home. Miss Minnie Booker, a charming young lady of Eminence, is visiting Miss Lena B. Rogers. The Quadrille Band gave another one of their delightful hops at Pink Cottage on Monday evening, the 31st. Mrs. G. F. McQueen, of Lexington, spent the holidays with her mother, Mrs. America Lewis on IJenson avenue. The singing class met with Mr. Jno. N. Crutcher Thursday evening. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W.Gaines. Miss Jennie Merchant, after spending the holidays with her counsin, Mrs. Edna Grin-steareturned to her home Louisville Monday. Mr. A. H. Crutcher, after'spendingthe holidays with his parents, left for Louisville Wednesday afternoon, where he will begin the practice of law. ice-ber- lar and trial prckass suit learn Important facts before taking treatment elsevincro. ti.it a remedy that has curd JLXTT) thousand, an3 doe) not In tcrfcro UU attention to bust. IMPOTENCY. ncii or cause pain or Incon. FoutidcA en Ml venlencc. principle. JsWTosted for orer S rntlfla medicalor and rero,a CroKlntti fin the In thou t'.on, Direct aprllcatlon toepe yoara D7 use teatefdhca'e ira'.ios Its sands of coses. rino inuuenco icit unout tune tela?. The naturalorgan tlcni of tlio human lsra nro restored, iho animating elements ct baro been TRIAL Wo nUtch wasted are given baclr. PACKAGE. becomci patient Tho cheerful and galas ttrccgtn rapidly. SPNO ODRrTSS CO.,lWg ChemlsU, ttm . Acld bclnrr eu by rrctentlouj elabia ol o:hcr rcmedlci for these troubles. Oct onr rreo circu- NTRVOCSDEBItlTT, orguilj wcaknoM tiul t cay, ud Dtimcro'ii o! tcuro diseases, baffling lillfal iiliytlciuna. result front youthful luill:cr tlom, too freo lndulgtnco, and over brain work. Do Hot temporise tthlb tuch encpilca lark In roar srs WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE NEW YOEK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ;i For tickets and farther information apply to your, nearest or address Jamos C. Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH, II. V. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virginia. tiokct-ofnee, ? XQZ A 1 HARRIS REMEDY One Hon 300 North Jinn St.. ou lioais. no. .it's Treatment, (3 2 month3,$5 8 months. (7, 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL .?. R. & NASHVILLE R.rfj The direct line and popular route between Central Kcntucl.y, and the North, East and West via Cincin nati. I TLOUISVTlLE Point Pleasant. Mr. James Rostell visited the .Point last Sunday. Get up your subscriptions for the Round auout, and send them in. The New Year has set in; lets all set good resolutions and work to them. Mr. and Mrs. John Fincel visited Mr. Henry Snow and family Sunday. The partv at Mr. Wm. Maston's on the night of the 2'Jth nit. was a success. Mr. Finns. Thompson, of Paris, was the guest of Mr. James Rossell Friday and Saturday. A happy and prosperous New Year to the Editor and Staff of tue KoUNiuuoyT and everybody else. 4- ws. (ft Miss Mary Sheets, daughter of C, L. Sheets, departed this life Tuesday morning, Dec. IS, 1S83. She was the granddaughter of old uncle Jack Pace, whose widow still resides with Mr. Sheet", and was of great comfort to Mary during her last hours. The last words she. ever uttered twere, "Florida, oh! meet me in Heaven." Darling Mary, who was a dear good girl, has left many friends to mourn' her loss, who will never forget her. Tlie funeral took p'ace Zion Mt. Church, and was from preached by Rev. J. J. Phelps. May we all prepare to meet her in Heaven. The largest audience ever assembled in this vicinity on any occasion, was on last Friday night, the 21st. Miss Florida Hogers, our little teacher, told her pupils that she had decided on having a Christums tree at the close of her school, as there hail never been nuvthiug of the kind in this neighborhood. She wished to make each pupil a present ol some ttle keepsake to remember tier, and sue would nsi their parents to take part and also the neighbors. Mis Florida taught until Friday at noon, the patrons kindly giving her the time she lost with Mary Sheets, one of her pupils, a young lady who was greatly admired by her teacher and schoolmates, and who was taking a most active part in the closing exercises when she suddenly became sick and died. The tree was creeled by Ezra Allison, Charlie Hulett and Alex. Hogers Friday morning. The presents were too numerous to mention, nnd some of them beautifully very costly. The tree was draped in corn and fairly gionued under its burden. The top of the tree was ornamented with a lovely pair of large vases piesented to Miss Florida. They commenced the exercises verv early, but the house soon became so crowded that thev had lo close, leaving off the best of the exercises. Miss Florida made a short but very appropriate Belle Point. speech, and then they proceeded with the tree, Mr. Ezra cutting oil' the presents while Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hunt have moved two little boys, Harry Rogers and Willie back to tlie Point. Stivers, distributed them among their re Won't some of the enterprising gents put spectivc owners, A Pum. up n lamp on Ky. Avenue, near Major s, Hawk Eye and wife visited in Shelby the guest county Tuesday and Wedne.-daMr. Alfred Rodgers and lamily. Turkey shooting ceeins to be all the go at provnt, a there have been several in the neighborhood the hut few daws. It Goo. A. Lewi is not an orator, nor the son of an orator, I can tell you a hat he is. Jle is a gentleman and a good editor. Mr. J. R. Harrod anil daughter. Miss .Tennie, of Shelby count)-- , were visiting tue Point, the guent of Hawk Eye and wile. A social gathering was given by Miss Gavhart to the young folks last Monday night. All enjoyed themselves very much. what was the matter with Rusty Cu-vou on'the 2'Jih ? Did you get tangled in that bone mill and get crippled so you could not lie proem? Some people seem to forget there is a law to fttop running hoie.-- . on the public highways, for its a common thing for some to Boys ride, slower? engage in that way. Mrs. As bury Moore look suddenly ill at Mr. L'hnrlei Trewel's Sunday and a Doctor was summoned and taid it was :i congestive chill and she is very sick, but hopes are that she will recover. We hear of a wedding, but are asked not to say anything about who but will tell in time. A No hear of one that is no secret, it is sud that John Rohsell is actually going to marry before long Well, the 2'Jth lias parsed and quite a number of the correspondents of the RoUMUitorr, met at the sanctum of the Editor and enjoyed themselves in social and friendly ch'ai, nnd then at J 21 o'clock, the Editor invited nil to repair to the restaurant of Mr. P. Sowers, where a sumptuous repast was served, and all done justice to what was set before them. Hawk Evj:. y, understood that Cnpt. Hardie, our Marshall will in a short time hand in his resignation as such, he having been appointed and accepted the office of bridge commissioner. The social met with Mr. R. L. Grinstead Monday evening and remained to see the old year go out and the new come in. There was a good crowd present and all enjoyed themselves hugely. The supper was especially enjoyable. Misses Lilly andMattie Thornton, of End. nence, Ky.; Miss Sue Shane, of Louisville ; Misses Mary and Annie Forsee, of Peak's Mill, and Miss Fannie Noel have been the guests of Mr. J W. Gaines this week, and six prettier girls would be hard to find visiting at the same place and time. Miss Lena Rogers entertained a number of her friends Wednesday evening in grand style. After a few innocent games had been indulged in, all were invited into the dining-rooto a table loaded down with everything good to eat. The greater part of which was prepared by Miss Lena's fair hands, it is needless to say justice was done to it. After supper we repaired to the pailor where a social chat was indulged in until the lime was an nounced to adjourn, which we were loth to do. The occasion will long be remembered by all present. is m It Ouick Time, Close and Sure Con-nection- s. SITES! iTlMTC XO THIS TIME TAHLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lvc. Covington " Falmouth " Cynthiana Arr 1'arU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. t833. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN PULLMAN No. 00 a 35 No. a a 3.00 4.35 5. 6.20 No. p p p p m m m tn 18 PALME UU 40 a Lvc.l'aris Arr Lexington Lvc. t'aris l5Jl .20 05 p Lve. Alillersburg Lve. Carlisle Arr. Maysville. . Lvc. Pans . . . Arr. Stanford Junct. " Winchester " Richmond.. " Lancaster.. . . . . . 25 50 5 34 a p P P 00 p p 111 7.10 p m 6.2o p m, 6.4 p ni 700)1 m 8.30 p m 6.20 p in 8 00 p in 9,10 p m 12.45 p in 4.20 p m S 00 p m 6,o FROM LOUISVILLE XO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. .111 AIM lino of this road will receive special low rates. For Iloutrs, Rates, Time, e(o., see. 13. P. Buyan, Agent, Frankfort, or writo to C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Loulsvillo, Ky. S. F, Smith, M. IJ. G. A. D. Bkown, M. 1) I fa rt TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. No, 1, No. No 17 lull mil IrJ RAAlrfflf rinmAfl , Tioga. to-da- y, 11,00 Lve Stanford Junct, Lancaster . . . ii,24 Richmond . . . fl.oo a 12. 45 Winchester . . 7,20 a ml 2 25 m 3. to 8.15 a Arr Paris Lve, Maysville . . 6.00 a m 12,40 ii Carlisle. . . 7,30 a m 2,08 it Millersburs 7.50 a m 2 29 Arr, Paris. . . . 8,15 am 3. to Lve, .Lexington . 7.20 a m 2. 15 111 a m 1. 15 p in a nil 2.10 p m p m 6.00 p in p ml p ni .... Arr tjl'aris. Lvc Paris. ... . . p p p p p m m III Arr Covinzton Falmouth. Cynthiana.. . . 8.15 a m in 8.15 8.50 a m 9.55 a m it. 30 a ni 3.icjj m in in 3, 10 p 111 3.48 p m 4 55 P " 6,30 p in Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, No. 25 leaves Lexington 6 oo a, m., arrives Maysville o'oo a. m. No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. 111., arries Maysville 8.30 p. in. No. 27 leaves Maysville (i 00 a, in., nrrives Lexington 9 10 a. in. No, 23 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4.0 p. 111. No. 0 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., nrrives Falmouth 7.20 p, m. No, 5 leaves Falmouth 6.15 a, m., arrives Covington 8.10 a. in. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. to lOmiui'uiitr-;- . FRANKFORT, KY. Office and residence noxt door to the Baptist Church, St. Cluir street. SEW PLANING MILL. Spechil Rates time-card- connections, etc., For tickets, rales, call 011 or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. HROWN, Gen'l. Pass, nnd Freight Agent. G. V. 11ENDER, Supt. Cowngton, Ky, J.M.WAKEFIELD Having reoently added to his Establishment First-Oln- ss Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of I REGULAR KENTUCKY MYEIl PACKET, jfii 2a:h, Doo::, Blind:, Frame:, Molding ALSO Ii.yflMJt:.& Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin '.u,; K Qotten out in the Best Style. MaylO-tf- . z&gmtsszG&Swz?;' FANNIE FREESE! to LouiKvilln. Wod-ni'fiday ZBtSSi'm . I still making her regular trips from Frankfort She lonvi-r- i Frankfort every morning ami Saturday evening, and rates nie us cheap hh any other transportation. The Fiituiio Freese belongs to Frankfort and to dipt. 3. V. Ponce, and why not patroniso her? Spieial ratoa on all frolght going south or west1 MUNN & co.,01 tho Scientific Am ewcax. con- - ana through bills of Incline given, tlnuo to net mi Solicitors fur 1'atonta, Civeatn. Tr.iUo UnlteU State. Mik. Copyrlidit. for tlio cl- - Ul""1 (3ur.i:dn. il"cp ie,n!'?J' "lMk !'"'-- t Fwp'r. yntonts Tlilrtwevpn yeiir'cer!rnca. Patents obtained throuhMUNN & t.'o.ur tnollued HEN FREEMAN, roost widely cirau aUd eclentlflo paper. W.SU u. i ear. Matter, &kVfc. Bpoclmencnirnivlnir. una, InteVestlYm 2le"lm copy A. B. WILLIAMS, of tho Mc milllo A mer- Aijent. Amkbican Offlce. m Broadway, Mow York. July 14 tf. iwowfci OnlLS. MPIIII icimiAi tI.'iHH.Im "HI mm PATENT 1 S. V. Fno, LOSS Appetite y Momtro. . RE SELLERS CO. m. rirrsaummH. Junu vi nwmjm iy has " Mtmmmmmmmm MMM ,. ; i . , -- - (