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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884011201 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. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! FRANKFORT, KY., New Years Address. The following wcro iiunvoitlnhly crowded ont of our last inane: Year, A welcome we sine to the New-horWhose brow is not furrow'd with sorrow and care, Whoso sweet smile of promise still brings to the n JANUARY 12, 1884. avawwwwejMtiiMMW.-fiinKaMwui.'jywaiv- Number 17. i HYPOCHONDRIA. The Mysterous Tolmcco Hogsheads For Sale ! RODMAN SAW-MIL- As SIVKEO, of hogs- heads, which they offer for sa!c, either set uncomcheap for cash. Special plete or in the knock-dowprices on car load lots. Patronize home industry. Dec. is-m. constantly on hantt a first class article NEAU RAILROAD ilRtJMJE, A joy nought else can impart: llcfore whose bright presence, even dcspiir Has forgotten its frown, and dried up its tear. g heart, Element in the Mind that Arouses Vague Apprehensions What Aotually Causes It. 11 governed bv your prejudices, but uive the above nnineil remedy n fair and patient trial, and I believe yon will not only be rewarded by a perfect restoration to Health, but you will also be convinced that the medical profession doe- - not noises nil the knowledge there is embraced in medical science." A WM. CROMWELL, Atforrcey-at-Law- , A Nil 0. Ittcti.MJiw, M. D., Ro-ton, Sleal 2srt;&te Agent, Will prnctice in the courts of Friitiklln nml tbo udjoininij counties, anil will aluo gic siiccin, nttcnlion to the purchase anil sain of rirtl potato .I'llleetion of rents, claims, nnd the negotiation of lo:iii!. Office opnositu Court House. .Tune 25-I- y. 408 Tremont. street, Muss. CmO. w Mimiiii imwu The nnrralive below by a prominent scientist touches subject of universal importance. Few people are free Irom the dirtressiuc evils which hypochondria blinds. They come at all times ind are led by the KINDS DOU1SLE SCREENED May Earth still beautiful Earth! ever smile very llame which they themselves st'trt. ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full With plenteous cheer thy days to beguile! They are a dread of coming derangement thy noblcold Sire And may "Old Father Time caused by present disorder and biing about Weight, Bottom Prices. Enjoy all the ease that his heart may desire, inure suicides than any other one thinj. And whilst he with mortals continues to dwell May we learn to treat the "Old Gentleman" well. Telephone connection No. 3G. Their first approach should be carefully guarded. And here's afarcwell to the year that has gone: 33 Editors Herald: indeed, to witness the dawn I'oo jealous, Of her oiing "Sister" glorv, she jiehlcd her throne, his seldom I appear in print nud I should And Ins Med to the gloom of the drcidful unknown. FRANKFORT, KY- not do so now did I not believe tin elf in Then peace to her memory and a tear of regret, Dec. For the joys that our hearts can never forget. of liuths, the revelation of which will prove of inestimable value to many It ut why should we dwell on joys that are jnst? who may see these line.s. Mine hns been a Nay verily, 1'rieml, they shall not he our last: trying experience. For mnny years I Our hearts are still youiigl our blood is still warm And the future to usforbudes not of harm: of a want of nerve tone. My Let Hope base his wings, and Fancy her play, mind seemed sluggish and 1 felt a cm lain And frighten all visions of sorrow away fulling; oil in my natural condition of intelThis world has its charms: though some folks are lectual acuteness, activity and vigor. I sighing e this is the same way in which an And et for another would seem to he dyintr. Yet strangely they never have thought it amiss, innumerable number of other people feel Hath to get, and to ke p a goo J share of thi i; Which pro;s to my i.iiml they're not only chimerical, who like myself are physically below p.r, j, in aisy iiiLiijieu iujjc very uybicriiui. hut like thousands of others I paid no atten tion to those annoying troubles, attributiuu To be sure the next World is better than this, to a glass them to overwoik. and (That is to say if ou don't tnal.c a miss, And get the wrong ono), but pray Ix contented of beer or a milk punch, which would for Take 0:10 at the tunc, and as the) 're presented, the time invigorate and relieve my weariEnjoy what you have, and hope for the best Choice Coal Cheap. Yes, hail t.) our Queen! and may her bright reign lie freed from all sufTriiijf, all snrrow, anil pain, Ai.d evcrmav Hope, her prime minister find, His policy suited exact to her mind, Whilst Love, Contentment, and Peace, shall preside As Courtiers fair attending her side, Jacksonville. Mr. . T. D. Kesler bus closed be put acros- - the old road. yi-ited si-t- the gate-th- at MACKZ.ZN, Mrs. IleeTharp Mrc. her Clarke, in South Fiankfort this week. T. L. O'Nau k, Bro. bought n crop of tobacco fiom Mr J. C. Sheldon for Si 00 and took it to market and sold it for :?7 03 A handsome profit. Me-sr- s. m JUST IfWill MS! RECEIVED BY Gui:s. -- Antiooh. The weather is too bail for viiting consequently but little news. Mr. W. F. Jeukin, we are glad to learn, is improving. .Inn. 8th, at the residence of Married bible's father, bv ltev. J. A. Peteis. Mr. J. T. Quire to Miss Snllie A. Tillett. They were given a reception at Mis. Quire'-- , the L'loom'.s mother, at which a few ol the frii'iidn and relatives of the parties enjojtd themselves. 2'tx. Edtinr iRoundabovt: I BEiBERICft Moroi3.ant Teilos?, J3KTVElC3sT MAIV and BSOADWAY Koaps constantly on hand clothes, donakliw, ami now-'estylus of fancy French IIu is prepared to uulto tbcm un on sbor notioe. and give perfect fitting girments, stylish and st n ST. CLAIR STREET, ! 1 pre.-um- SESST'E" FAQISS. i" 1 And i'revidence, Friend, will take care of the rest. ness. The Political world with all its commotion, After awhile the stimulants commenced i Ii 8 I m 3 V' Full proves itself fairly like unto old Ocean, Its waves have been roaring and dashing, and splashing, And some of the Nations hase had a slight smashing, Yet nevertheless, wu wisely end me her, And find all her workings but make her the purer. i fails, M SILVER-PLATED d Silver Wittk Yet respect for himself, and for his high mission, Constrains him to state, what all will concede bin, That the Desil ne'er goes where his int'rests don't need him. Don't think that the Dcsil has turned politician! Although I confess the unsettled condition . OI public don't check the suspicion. aff-irs- WARE, The Roundabout it must be confessed Is one, that 1 always hac thought was the best. Hut I'm no party man, 'ti the office dear Friend To whose darling interests I alwas attend. And my love for an office you ought not to blame, Since so many good people now practice the same. And now one and all, yes friend I mean you. Remember to give the poor "Devil his due," Come pay him up well, and begin the New Year, With a heart and a Conscience that's freed Irom all care. For I tell you 'tis truth, that do as you may, You can never be happy whilst the "Devil s to pay," So Farewell Dear Friends! and if my short ditty Has proven what ou rmy imagine not witty, Why then he assured that the Devil's poor quill, Has not spoken obedient unto his good will: A blessing to All, much health, and good cheer, Until I shall greet you another New Year French and American Cocfa Spectacles and instructions how to uso your eyes' Wo uro giving interesting pi Ices. Send for cat- alogue. Adjutant General John D. Ciistlemnn inspected the MeOienry and Nuckols Guard-i- n this city Tuesday eveninj:. The oyster supper, which was to have been given at the Court Howe lust night for the hunt-fi- t ol l lie Good Templars Lodge, had been postponed until next week. There was a good audience at the Opera Ion ,e Thursday night to see the Royal Dragon Japanese Trou, e, and the perfoiniauce was very good. The principal feature of the enters tainment was their lemarkahle feats of b.iU ancing, which ate unsurpassed by anything I "3 OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jeweler. f AT. Upper Street. Lcvinijtan, A'. TRUSSES! v.'ilf. nuv voi' om: S3.00 " I. B. SEELEV, or nun in phi i mm. Genuine Stamped WARRANTED, ever been in this city before. Point Pleasant. Cold, colder, coldest, therefore news very eearce. is s? jQT uraie Mark. vib EegiitereJ, Snow, don't talk about Know, for it is four feet deep in places where it has dtilted up. Mr. John Quire, jr., and wifo passed fc mn,9m. e.BU0Bvt. ao.t. mo.. me. I. Made in. 25very Form. LIGHT, WILL 13 GflOL, CLEAN. BUST. NOT 1SUKAK OK very ono sent out warranted. They nro indorsed Lj Dry. dross unci Agnoiv, of Philadelphia. They uru thu bent. Ooino and sue thuui. No charge to show. For etilu by JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. EGBERT a Hpeciulity. & SON, Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. gfif Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging Order left at Averill's drug store will bo promptly attended to. April 16-- tt through the Point Wednesday en route for Mrs. Quire's father's. They bad just murricd on TueHilay, the Slh. Moore, of Jacksonville, Mr. Joseph Shelby county, visited the Point lint Satin-da- y iil'ht. the guest of Hawk Eye. lie had been to Lexington visiting relatives and friends. John Howell says the widow 1ms not sawed him oil' yet, for he went to sec her Tuesday night and she said nil things were lovelv. She was ready, willing and wailing if he was. So Iheie is no doubt that there will be a wedding soon, Well the wedding we spoke of in our Inst (mine off last Thursday, the lid, and we can now tell who the Imppv couple are. It Was MirH lleuttire Thtirp, of PiunkTui county, and Mr. William Lous, of Henry county. II., we wish you and Hill much joy and u lony, prosperous und happy life. Mr. William Mooro, of the Hidgc, visited Messrs. John Howell and Frank Moore Wednesday. Every family in Franklin county ought to subscribe for the Uoundakout. Hawk Eyk. he invaiiably calls another physician to prescribe for him, as he cannot see hiimelf at he sees others; so I called a phylittle me to try sician and be ndvi-e- d chemical food, or a bottle of bypophos-phute.sI took two or three bottles of the chemical food with no apparent benefit My lassitude and indisposition seemed to increase, my food distressed me. I ulFered Irom neuralgic paiiw in different parts ol my body, my minclcs became sore, my bowels were constipated, ami my piospeMs J for recovery were not very flattering. stated m case to another physician, and me to take rive to ten drops of he ndvt.-e-d Mngende'a solution ot morphine, two or three times a day, for the weakness and distress in my stomach, and a blue pill every other night to relieve the constipation. The morphine produced such a deathly that I could not take it, and the blue pill failed to relieve my constipation. nearly a year' In tlds condition pas-e- d wholly unfit for busiuesi, while the ull'oit to think wiis irksome and painful. My blood became impoverished, and I .sull'ered from incapacity with all app tiling sense of irtieery and general apprehension ol coming evil. passed sleepless nights and was troubled conwith irregular action of the heart, stantly feverish condition and the ino-- l excruciating tortures in my stomach, liv ng lor days on rice water and gruel, and indeed, the digestive function' seemed to be entirely destroyed. It was natural that while in this condition I should become hypochoudticul and occalearfnl sugmstions of experisionally prisented themselves. enced "un insatiable desirejlor sleep, but on letiriug would lie awake tor a long time tormented with troubled reflections, and when at l I djd fall into an uneasy s'uin-he- r of short duration, it was disturbed by dehorrid dreams. In tins condition termined to take a trip to Europe, of all the attentions but in spite of physicians and change of scene and climate, did not improve and so returned home with no earthly hope of ever again being able to leave the houc. Among the numerous liietids that called on me wins ono who had been restored to Upon his earnest recomperfect health. mendation I began thcsumc treatment he bad employed but with little hope ol being benefited. At first I experienced little, if any, reliet except that it did not diMtess my stomach as other remedies or even food had done. I continued its use, howevei, and after the third bottle could see it marked change for the better, and now' alter the filteeuth bottle I urn happy to Mute that I am again able to attend to my professional me duties. I sleep well, nothing di.slre.-sc-s that eat, I go from day today without a feeling ol weariness or pain, indeed I am a well man, and wholly through the influence I of II. II. Warner it Co.'s Tippecanoe. consider this remedy as taking the highest possible rank in the treatment ofull diseases marked bv debility, loss ol appetite, and all other symptoms of htomach and digestive disorders. It is overwhelmingly Mtperior to the Ionics, bitters, ami dyopepsin cures of the day, nud is certain to be so ncknow ledged by the" public universally. Thousands of people nre going to premature graves with these s'eiioiib diseases, that I have above described, and to nil such I would say: "Do not let your good judgment be nutleritiSL 11 . nun-?cn to disagree with my stomncb, my uenrine-- s increased, and I was compelled to le.-o-rt to otlur means to find reliet. If a physician is 1 1 11 Theie in a rumor afloat that the present council is about to handle the Wuttr-.vorkthe property of the citv (by thai I mean the citizens and property owners), like the former Council handled the G is Works. Give it away (without consultiim the owner- - of the property), to a It in o repotted that there is not enough taxable propeity within the preen t limits of Franktort, and in order to have plenty ot leady cash (other people's money) t" carry out the various uheiues in gas and water works as now iiiauuerated, the city limits will be extends to the county. 1 am how much of the county not fully ndvi-e- d they propose to annex. I do hope they will make one grab and take the whole cotintv in the city limits and permit the country man to ndvance and pav the $1.50 City tax on the $100 and enjoy fully the right to be dislrauchised. If there is a thing on earth a countryman does love it is jive him full sway to to pav taxes, I satNfy his loe. Take in tiie '"hole county and then we will have a town in area if nothing ele. It is now in order to get up corner on the City Hall, let that pas from the people, likewise the bridge, so tolls can especially on funeral procesle sions And while all this is being done, by all meriin get the Lejishitur to pass another amendment the citizens of not disfranchised pioperly Frankfort by tiio present law, Hasc the three-ma- n power fully udoptul here nud then tiie from the committee of three will be looked for with that degiee of fears as done in ancient homes "Eternal vigilance is the price of litu rtv," and when well followed upis a terrible ptotection to a man's pocket-boo- k and bis prdpert). Counlrv gentleman, beware! your sacred .tight- - are about to lie invaded bv a powerful corporation, known the world as n creaCountry. ture without a soul. s. II li iM . ffy comtjrtiible. fcbll-Ci- a. nl-- W. J. OHINJSr, diialkr i:r -- ALL KINDS OF COAL FOE CASH! WOODFORD COUNTY Will sell at the very lowest figures FAM FOU SALE. T OFFER my farm of 182 acres. locatcil on the Mill-- I ville and McCrackcn's .Mill turnpike, one mile from hrinss Church, for 5alc at 15 per ncru, half cish and the balance iu one and .vo years with interest. l!.ii(Iin,:s anil fences in go .d repair, and plenty of water on the place. jr-is- ay Aug. H. S MilMllc. Ky. HARRIS, $100.00 active, cntrg-ti- c A.Q-E3STTS- ! A WEEK! We can gitarantco the ubovo amount to good, placa-mativ- e Lailics.i.s woll a? gentlemen, make :i sucse? in the buMincs. Vrv little capital required. Wo have a household urtielo as saltblo us Hour. It Utucd eory diiy in every family. Yon do not iiohiI to e.l.iin its merit., 'ihuro is a rich liars ttit for all h 0 embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs' oii only one cent to learn wha our hulntis liny u postal card ami write to us and we will send ym our projirl.'otin and felt It Sells Itself! i. y. 1 particulars JOB PBINTINGt! AT ln-- 1 Evans' Printing CAN Office And wo know you will derive more good than you huvo any Men of. Our reputation ns a i'iiiii) Hi) is snub that i cm not afford to di'cdw. V.'rito to us on a postal and 2lvn your uddiess plainly und ruceivo full FREE! - lit (.UlfAlMtl particular. Sept. ij-i- UUCKKYM 1 Bill and Letter Heads, Cards, Note Heads-- , TVl'Is"5- CO., Murion, Ohio. Fax in for Sale. e.ist tif l'i..ukfort, ailjomiiij,' Jones,' .Station, 011 the Veisanlea iKc Aililress 1 or Statements, v Envelopes, FOR SALK OR RKNT MY T nn-K1 farm of Sa neirs, thu-- and .1 quarter niilej -e BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In fuct anything printed to a, from .1 vUiting card. JS LOW 15 dally neivs-pup- Doc. jonx a. hidi:ni:r, Frankfort, Kj. UTES G-OO- D CONSISTENT WITH I Anenlirely Newn4 poiitirety effectUo IltMHP.lv t thn cure or Seminal 13mi33ioud and Impotoncy ty the only ltu4T, ii , IhriA Api licfttwit itUirtnr!prbttftfioIi!tt. Tta v.f if tbi tttuidy lfetuult with tt? r. i cf tniTtiftukoe, tnj tltw In'rrrcra vttb ltd ordinary t lmuIti o lift, TMi t( trctiaf fit Ui tU tctl la try men cmj, ku1 Li rtow a rrinoutiot4 iwccrs. U no ttomnw abo it Mt rrruntijn. Iti-twtfnatta U l ui U U cir uirntc thi ecu. atWil,n. cfJc-lhthAIHic trofiiio 1 raimoaluictaf riiimro tt. t react ta an lcuriis tUU very rrrTalcnt trouLU, lbKemety li NV, I Ut nftninnth), li K. I rt p U m il bokM, ntlbtfttu KutFmil t 1 WORK. ,t UerryV Insuraneo . VWJSS SiarZplZ. in.l ,rmi.,rl Ofllci! iibnvo Pay no Ofh'ee, on St. Clair St. AuK.ll-tf- Ij.tlly l! nl tttt Itltati nMt lhi ni ill I altt to-da- y MUNN & CO., of the Scinx rmc Ajt:nicAjr, Unix ' toutt us So citnij t .f Intents. Cavi uiV'iVirtrt ,..(Jo.?.'.n,,?y' e,c- i- - lint's !, ;"( U:,,ul Hook sown years' iwpctlcnee. l'iiteii"out iltu-- throiis i eeu IntiiostiKNriFioAMuiicAx.tlw riurK,;t,it Most widely f lieuliiteU seU'iitlttoim . jiwuioiS gpifmiui format Ion. SpecimencnunivlnuH Hcl "111 1 stinc in. eoiy or t ho ii'iiii t SIUNN t'o . hriiJNTiFio AMEniOA.V onice, :U MroaaiV. y, Kow York , PAT frt. 61 I w 'iut m-r- ! T. btu Wft.L mIv4 li r lha lur iu acnum rl Lra. I'u'i ii rlrfirrin tkar r)a 1. tl ak ttr1 h4 thfji UikoH )4rfMt iMhmoi t f. .(... M lit Jwtini Ll. otiuam if mfrt klTtvl.!. 8i.l HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mf'u CHEMISTS. .Murl.et uml "1I1 Mrei'l . Hi'. I.HDIS, MO. bvBii,u U oT minhiHt-l1 , JUSzHka j;u...; a.t BE0ASLE " k SEIP-GUR-E. luplaluscaleilcinulope-e.l)riiirKlstseaul!ltl- J.ost Mithiiil,Wc(tUnvxu and Jcc(;.Hoiit t. a uvoriiu prcscniittoii oronnor tlo tiowiollreil)iorllioeuroofJv"eirnMIWWfJr7v Address DR. WAHD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. filFipSPerf??"'' - The Hermitage Distillery will begin run13I1A13. at full capacity, mashing one In Louisville, on Saturday, .Tannery Bill, 1S.S4, at Frank fort, Kentucky thousand bushels per day. diUorod at the Ki:ax O'IIaiia, Infntit tun of W. T. and ft sccnnil class mailable mutter. Siimucl, ngcl throo years and litlirco FlUNKFOliT post-offic- KOUiNDABOUT. ning next week e den-evlov- e GEORGE A. LEWIS, A Card Editor lioumhibnul' At lit home In Smith Frankfort, on Wcdnos-ilnPermit me through your columns to reTniitinry Dili, Mr. Attcnin.w.i) Gonno.v, turn m Miicere thanks to the Firemen and after a lingering illness with consumption. FRAN'KFOKT. JANUARY 12, US.", J. citizens who rendered me such timely serOn account of the general depression of business, and an unfavorable Some ono. writing to t he Georgetown vice dining the fire of Friday morning, 1JV MMM.OUI.A.1VI. Januury 4th. season finding us with a large stock of heavy goods on hand, and being Times from Wigginton, litis county, in jeIt 1" with mournful forrow that wo record tho I?esp?ctfii11y, llying to nn nrtiele in this paper, is Mill llnncouk, wifu of Unlit, A. at the same time desirous to raise money, believing in the principle that diMtli of Mrs.Cordie Piiii.ti Snt.uKUT. lliineoi-k,nm- t oiingcst daughter of .T. V. and trying to make it iippem- - Unit tliestnall-po- x Martini A. TuckMin. The subject f thl notice it is better to realize the cost for goods and replace them with new good was o'irrieil fiom this eilv to Minorville, in Editor lioutvlaliout: died of bronchitis tit, the rcsidcuco of licr father, every season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering' Scott comity, hy n worhmnn in the employ Nix. ol Antioch, is much in error. Col. Die. Snii, ISSH. . Her lllnc? vn? somewhat protracted and of Mf.i-p- Fergti'on A Meek, who n Rent Allen of the K. M. I., did not insult the very painful, yet nt she dropped like a them our entire stock of "thousands of ladies and gentlemen." Col. moleoi from tho sky, lnt her spirit wafted by to thnt section to do pome work, rep-ntiami ihe the followinc statement of Mr. Brnmlette. Allen did not "style the teacher of doe-- tlm fllirlit of angel" to that celestial city, fromn ! whieli no traveler returneih. Tho fnnrral common school ua a Wirlhle-- - set." nor in whose (hmilv tlic iiio:ie thai tnnde its was preached with unusual eloquence in him. Col. so repic-en- t the Courier-.tournn- ! appearance: 'He says that the Frankfort A. did not -- peak ' sliuhliii!.' of the dog tax," tlio hnitnejif mourning bv Kldcr (Jcirge l).ir.-iHe appi-ileuioi't earnestly to the lit ins; to Iran man nnilonhtetlly Imnmht the una!! po. though be d'd speak ' -- liuhtlj" on the sub- on Iho d ntnuig nrm of tin- Savior and eling faithinto m family, lie came to Mr. Brain. ject. Lt Nix first inform himself on the fully to thn crops that ppann the dark abyss "iibji'ct ol the remarks of the Presi-den- t hpttveen heaven and earth. In the inidt of her lette'.--' in company with Mr. Hen. Kinieoti of elect of the State Teachers; friend.-- she ha left a father and many Scott. The little girl who lir.t took thedis-cas- e ami them render his criticism. The writer mother, brollior and Ji'trrs. hut tho ones more ' connected by tne tie of natiiro were her role in the vehicle Ironi the Mill to Mr. hereol supposes Nix to refer to the cemarks ohn-clhusband mill littln dulling lJecio, an elect, ibat if the salary devoted Rntmlette's dwelling, and in nine or ten of the Pie-ideage. or pay per month ot the teachers be raised infant only three months of -out," May the little tender plant that sleeps so days niter he wa.s Inokcn from 20 to 40 dollars per month then the Mr. .Inline Metzger, the workman in larje proporiion of the present teachers sweetly in her little cradle, with all the inno cence of an infant'u nature, be unnllv nourished question, Iiuh liecn a resident of this city for would step down and out and 40 dollar and cued for by her grandnumn to bo nminhlc, three vents; has not been where the .small- teacher.-- take their place.- - If that is not a lovelv Ami as bright nn ornament to society as -- imple(W said Cordlo had been in shedding sunlight around what isV The Pie-ide- nt pox was in that time; Mr. Hen. Kmcrson, thnt teacbeis niti-- l not depend on the dot: ill vrith whom The Christian Church has lost n faithful tnoin-bewith whom he and the little irl rode, hu tax but on their own efforts to nivo them-"elvthe community a lovable Chrirtian woman; small-po- ; his never taken the the influence in society that t licit her pirents an nffoctionate daughter; Iut little baby a loving mother, and her bushind not only at the Capital Machine worKs, with positions should command. The truth life-loIriend to a devoted wife mid b"?om companion, but a whom he 1i:m lii'en at work nearlv every that Col. A. has bien a As our goods arc marked in plain figures, the tuiblie education, to the common fair li fill and constant counselor. Few lived n From this time forward. day from the day of his trip to Soti county schools. He has devoted much ol his valu- did Robert and Cordio. Siio ttas ever by his public can easily sec the benefit to be derived from our liberal offer. d time, have never taken the able lime to the great work without any side to cneourngc and comfort. K.ioh seemed tip to the pre.-eto bo so essential to tho other's very cxistncc reWe also announce that only a few weeks remain in which you can disease Iroin him; the family ol Mr. Samuel compensation whatexer. Kiglit out of the and happiness, such a happy Hfo Was thtirs. teacher-ol'ih- e Iv. M. I. are In all the taried walks of life she displayed the ceive a chance in our MeEwing, with whom he lum hecn hoarding eleven one is a Virginian, one u Tcnnes-scea- n beauties of her character, a devoted tender wife, for six mouths, have not taken it from him; So that the a congenial compmion, but yet she has gone and one an Arkau-unu- . he himself ha.s never had the diene renin i k ol Nix about impoiting teachers to a belter life, wo can say slm has fallen asleep icward prom thr.t doe" not fit. in conclusion, the writer in tho arms of Jesus, to await the Cordie, till we with anyone and never heen ised the faithful. Farewell, dear ' All of these fact-- , can lie proven ventures the assertion that precisely such meet in the glory land. She often expressed a did. thought-a- s Nix has concerning Col. Allen desiio to be at rest. Her pain ond suflerings arc liy the affidavits of gentlemen, hoc have been the eauueot more injury to public all over forever. Thus died our darling Cordie. word alone will he taken run where in pref- education than the failure" of officers to do Like the lovliest flowers of the garden, they are of collecting taxes, ever the earliest to disappear, yet their tints of erence to the sworn ftatemeiil of the party their duty in the matter Bed-roo- m v bo ctrilte the mind even when tlicyarc we helieve wrote the communication above etc. II Nix be u friend of public education beaut they live in tho memory, and Tellect a rich-ne- s let him give n right hearty gone and a teacher Silver-plate- d referred to. In view of thee facts we repeat and swccino's around the spot which when "upporl to the. great cau-- e, though it may living thoy beautified and adnined. The poolthat no one but n fool would believe any co.-- t him hi" place as a teacher if the ing zephyr sweeps gently over the mound, where to forlv sho sleep? so ctlmlv in the old family graveyard such story. The disease certainly was taken monthly pay ol teacbeis be rai-e- d amid the scenes of her early childh"od diys, only to the neighborhood by sonic one clue, as or fifty dollais per month. UllSKItVlMI. a few steps from her mother's door. Weep not, Mr. Metzger has not been in any city or as those who have no hope, you will soo her : again when we meet beyond the ritcr, whcietlu town where it was during the last thiee Public Meeting. W. II. P. iiires cease to roll. December 22, 1SS3. years, except in Louisville, and both visit- UnnjOKi'or.T. dan. 1, 1881. he made there have been s.iuce his trip to At a meeting of citizens of Frankfort, held at the court-housJanuary 9, 1SS4, to consider Scott. suffering aiding The HoiWDAUoUT did not .charge that ways and means for motion, the theGreen was Grant poor of the eity,on thin great elected Chairman and Jno.W. Prnett, Secretary. whom upon Bramlctte. JJOUGHTOr MR P NEWMAN HIS misfortune has fallen and who hay On motion of Col. TIios. Rodman, the fob entire stock uf millinery b iccU. I will nil continue (Successors to MOItKIS & ALSTUOM.; lowing resolution was adopted: t our deepest sympathy had circulated stand formerly occupied amc business at Herrmann the Mrs C K. Ward. the old A'esokvif, ThatThos. Hodman, Thanking the uubfic for pa-- t by for the purpose of revenge upon and Jno.W. I'ruett, be appointed by this meet- f.ivors, 1 earnestly solicit a continuance of the same. MRS. MAGGtli J. HAI.l.NAN. Mesers Ferguson it Meek, but it ilkl.viy that ing to meet the City Council at their earliest Frankfort, January 1, i8S(. convenience, and urge the City Council to it might be possible that he had done so, as make such provision for the poor of the city Having sold my entire stock of millinery goods to we knew of no oilier reason for Mich an unas they in their judgment may think nec- Mrs. Masjcie J. Hallnan, I hereby notify all parties founded report. essary, and tins meeting of citizens will heart- who are indebted to me to plcac call and cttlc AND DEALERS IN have money. All I am compelled As for the balance of the communication, ily sustain said Council in any appropiiation, promptly, a have cliims againstto rac will please prepersons who for the suffer- sent them for payment. In retiriiu; from the if it were written by a gentleman we might however large, they may make I tike this method of informing the public of ing poor of our city. me, they have something to say, but being of opinOn motion, C. Shubinski, Dr. J. M. Lewis, the generous patronage which same have given new under the will continue the STY". 1 ion that it.--, author h n fellow whom we Sam Harris, L. r. Johnson, and . II. ro?ey sild hope they H.NEWMAN. management. committee to solicit subscripknow to be beneath the contempt ol the were appointed a tions for the benefit of the poor of the city. meanest cur in his own neighborhood, we first-clas- s emOn motion, the meeting adjourned. Or THE CONDITION' OV Till'. shall decline to notice it further. GRANT GR.EEN, Ct'i, J no. W. Puuirr, Src'j: of Mr. S. Fulia had his safe gotten out of Personal. ruins of the Kaltenbrun building WedTHE CLOSE Ol' MISINESS Jan. 12-- 1 yenr. the AT nesday afternoon, where it had been wince l,lJSum3. Miss Majrgic Clay, of Pari?, is visiting the fire ol Friday. It was of the Hall pat- Miss Lutie VVare. ASSETS. tern and he succeeded in opening it the fir.-- t u,oyu t Mi- - Nannie McDonald, of Louisville, is l.oans ano jiscoums trial, lie found his books and pa puis all visiting Mi-s- s Joe Gray. Cash 3'. 757 9 AND 39S5 52 Due from Hanks right with the exception that some of the Miss Susie. lindrnnu returned Wednesday Furniture Has just received his fall and winter stock of Ii900 papero were a little scorched and some a fiom a vi.--it to Dayton, Ohio. f 55 1'rotest little damp. Stamps 70 00 AND Miss Ueheeea Taylor returned WednesReal Estate 12,522 21 A womnn of the town by the name of day fiom a visit to .Shelby county. Oornor of Soeoncl and Bridge Streets, South $218,132 f)2 Poee Wnrd attempted to commit suicide at Frankfort, Kentucky, Miss Julia Duval! returned Wednesday the residence of Mary lurn., near the ''ins evening from :t vint to Louiwville. LIABILITIES.' Workp, Wednesday, by taking poison . . . $774o Miss Ainilie Compton, of Grand llapids, Capital Stock Having determined to sell as cheap as the A phyhician was summoned in time and Michigan, is vi'iting Mim Lilian Sawyier. Old Dividends 239 00 cheapest, I am now prepared lo sell cw 3,096 Dividend No. 31 relieved her with a stomach pnnip. . Indue Win, Lindsay and bride returned Individual Depositors 113.15276 Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per pound for one pound and upward; Gall and see him Swigert's old '5i47 s9 Deputy Sheriff John Diekfcon, of Leslie from their bridal tour to Cuba Tuesday Profit and Loss A Sugar, 10 , pounds for$i 00; Interest and Discount 150 00 Confectionery evenint!. standi County, who accidentally shot himself at 8,623 97 Choice Kxtra C Sugar, y cents per pound; Due to Hanks C Sugar, 12 pounds forji co; Mr. Jna. M. Dooley's, on Main street, Mr. Geo. W. Johnston ih quite ill with St. Clair Streei, Frankfort, Kentucky. $218,132 62 Good Rio Coffee, 15 cents per pound; several weeks since, bus recovered mi indent pneumonia at his futiici' residence in .South s Frankfort. And all other goods usually kept in a Nov. ly from his wounds to be able to go about CSdLltor exxicS. tmiutlij. The roinnins worn brought to this city Monday morning for interment. AT C 0S TTT y, ? per-ino- c. Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, &c, at r; es AT FOtsi leltow-woik-me- CASH n i, ng nl Ken-luekian- GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz: One Upright Piano, value, $500 One Oil Walnut Set, 100 Cooking Range, One 75 One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. NOTICE. -- I. -- Me rchaiit TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, pi WW -- msi-nes- Deposit Bank Frankfort, us a call. M ASK STREET, FPwAlTSSFOB.T, The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but workmen ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give m DECE31BER I HARDWARE ? first-clas- . T. ROMAN, FANCY STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. at &c i DIVIDHNI) NOTICE. Give me a chance to prove the above statepaid on the ,41 per cent will bo Watches, Fins Clock:, En?;:iTiflg, Sw. ments. capital stock of the DcpuMt Hani; of Frankfort 011 and The first hop of the kcmhoii wn? given South after Thursday, Januaiy 3d. 1884, U. WILLIAMS. 10-- tf. II. Nov. If. II. WATSON, Cashier. Thursday nijjlit by the Assembly Hull Clnh, Mr. Knox Brown and family, who Iinve been visiting relatives in this city, left for JAS. LLY. M. . C. II. CHINN, M. D. mid notwithstanding Ihe inclement weather their home near Gratz, Oiven county, .Satur-du- v '84 GRAND COMBINATION, '84 the itttcmhiuce wiih good find the affair & j afternoon on the Hornet. exceedingly pleissiint. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Old Crittenden Property, Office and Residence, Miss Kate M. Cn pi inner, of Madison, Corner Main and Washington. The Cooper Hhop ol Misr.. V. A. Indiiiua, wlio Iiok heen visiting her cousin, 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 1. M , 7 to Offico Hours Gaines fcCo.,at the IJennilne Distillery, Mr. W. H. Caplinger, at Taylorton left for Successor to B. F. Mcolc, Main Street, Kiak-for- t, SJAL Ky., continues tho watch repalrlof byilneii will begin running with a full force of home S.turdny, afternoon ontlic Hornet. AND THK LOUISVILLE at the old stand, liy promptness tad tar eta I hands next weed:. work he hopes to merit tho patrona(f those .K withwho desire to have their watches ropt-lroDEAI.KR IN SAPLE AND FANCY COVRIER-JOVMAThe mercury in mtii to Iinve gone down L out damago boing dona thorn. Surveyors' comWEEKLY At Wiirgintnn, tills county, Thursday, Jan. passes repaired and other instruments Requiring rih low itH .'50 degrees helow zero at Lh.w 10th, to Mr. J. T. Wiyginton und wife, a Ron. dcllcato und aceurutoadjustuiont. One year for only $2 00. Two papers for rencebiirj' 011 tStiturdnr night. To Mr. Jos. II. SlicetH ond wlfn, of llenson, on tho 10th hurt., u son. little more than the prioo of one. In rotirlng from business in Frankfort I tako Owing lo the extremely cold weather hut pleusuro In oxpresslng my entire oonfldenco in Hy paying us $2 00 you will receive fnr mc year n fcinull crowd attended County Court Monyour homo paper with the Courier-- . femriml, I cordially invito you to cull and examine my Mr. S. Ayres, nnd from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitato to coiuX the representative newspnpei of the South, Demoday. New and Fresh Stock of Goods. On Tuesday evening, Jnnunry S, 1H84, at tho cratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only, and the tuond him us ovtry way capable of meeting M10 heM, brightest and ablest family Weekly in the Ly llev. (loorgo the oxneotatlon of my formor pntrnns." A numher of pcrsonn in this city lind homo of Mr. hrldo'RK, niothor, United States Those who desire to examine a same MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY Jiuucs B. F. MEEK. Dareio, Friuler and Miss Annio pie copy of the Oourier-Journ- ul can do so their enra frosted Fridny and Saturday. Sept.30-t- f 6op3-tf- . Qlorc, all of Frankfort. at thisoifico. Side1. A dividend of four his room. Miss Dora Apperson, of Liltle Itoplt, Arhans-as- , is the guest of Mim Josie Casey, H. H. WATSON', Cashier. u-3- grocery. ' DRS. CHINN m ELY, SAMUEL 'AYEES. Frankfort Roundabout WATCH MAKER, J OIJN. W. S. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, uiniiE. yiJLtHlKli. w -- fi Vn 'Ui : n m -- h 1 ... , ij. ' . - J ' si 9 Sgssni 3' :;vsroKCT3cms!KsmTCK7H.Ynra7?ztYA STnrcureKrsKjfeKSjn 'i'hc ice j;utherprri are Inicy lliis weuk. 12 m F1MMF0RT IP 'w ROUMABOUT. IfiSl. FUANlCFORT, JANUARY 12, WUIUI IN CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October tfl, the following tine talTlo will lie In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. I Court of Cl.'iiniH will meet on Monday, the Im iiiFt., to consider the question of it new jail. It is proposed by foinc to submit We arc requested by Mr. Ji. P. lirynn losjiy ' lie ton vote of the people of the that he lias no idea of going into the coal Iju count v. iness, and the report U1.1t he would in a .short time engage in that business wm cnlirley a A Card of Thanks. ue.-tio- Mr. Ocorjrc !'., Mneklin lins forty can of clenn co:il, live from Hlnck.miow anil ice, just rcntly for use, which he is selling nt tinlowpfit notch. C. 111. JAMES, , FOR SALE ! .;oj- - Gen' Insurance Agent, oiTosni: court itotsi:, RuihIsoihc Siibiirbiiii l i- IVojMirly. irrjA.iNTxFOi.s'-.rI'ire Insurance Association City or London . . . l.ondon nnd Provincial . mistake. Frod crick 1 -- a 1 - ' ' '. '. '. '. ". '. Wnrdo, lie voting trngcilinn '.'.'." ' Please be kind enough to return my (Wmania .' with whom our umiifement loving tiiililu; TttAlHS SOUTH. :' :" :' :' :' :' :" :' :' :' : &.v'd,i2s; i to the Firemen and citizens for their Arrive at t.n.ivc plciifcd two ycaro nga, will thanks aujf Aug. Louisville. wore fio miicli Frankfort. my property from the flame ellorts to 8:v i'. M. acnin npnear in this city on the 115th, J lib 5:25 i". ' No. 37 10:35 a. M. during the lire of Friday, January Itli. 8:1s A. M. No. 17 ' m. and Mill of Ffbrnarv. S!'5 p. M. 2:27 No. si A 331 To tlio-i- ' of my customers who still hold P. M. 6:4 ' No. 19 C. & O . . . . 4:o m Statu-('ourt was in my lictu'tH for btead I desire to fcay, that if Dittrict The United trains south. jla A Leave Leave session at the Court House in this city they will biing lliem to Mr. George Sal- Louisville. Frankfort. the firt of the week, and a ender's grocery, where I can be found at all 10:27 a. ft. several days No. 18 7:00 a. m. VS3 No. 22 ' 2:35 P. G-- , Frankfort 8:05 i M. milliner nl cases were disposed ol, none time, 1 will redeem them in full. No. 2 leaves Lou. 5:00 P. M. arr. at No. m C, fi n. , . . 3:00 r. m. s:2 p. m. however of very great intercut to thu public S. Funs. No. 23 leave:) Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. ATo, .'cuerallv. iUnin Sl Over ('nKcJicr Tr.niiM Nn. ainml at linth connect for Cincinnati. Slarfcs' Whito Hall Cloiliiiig JIoiifc Irain arriving there at u:t5 noon, nnd 7!5. ' Lost 01c Sti:avi:u. Two milch cows, one No. 2t connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 r. The City Council on Wrdnchdny settled e. M. Nos. 33 and :t connect at Anchorage for red and one roan, left the premises of Mrs, IVeiuht trains leaving 1'r.uikfort 6:15 a. m nnd with .Messrs, Ilaly Bro.'s, the contractors Lucy Conner, in Belle Point, .Sunday mornwill carry returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 the pass ni'crs between ami i.CMiigion, ami an on the new City Hall, and received ing and have not since been seen or heard intermediate points. Nos, 27 anil 23 arc aunciay building from them. The City Clerk's trains only. from. Any information left at this oflice K. P. BRYAN, Agent. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY office, Council Chamber and Police Courtwhich will enable her to gel them will be will be occupied in a few days. room of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. thanklullv received. Why will the people of The steamer Fannie Freese iias laid up Mii--s Jennie Keenon, second daughter, of at the city wharf on account of ice in 'he Don't make the mistake of doetorini: liver Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at the late Edgar Keenon, formerly of this city, and kidneys to cure river. It 1011 was married at ilie residence of her mother, will lay all other remedies aside ami ,iiit ..omc. 0cti 2- - lf A meeting of our charitable citizens was in Covington, last week to Mr. John Will your trust in Dr. WiMar's Halmim of ild held nt the Court House Wednesday after- Pen 11, a Bourbon county farmer. The groom '.'berry, it will urely benefit yon. Try it lor coughs nnd colds, and see what an excellent noon and steps taken to raise funds to is !(') years of age mid this is his third marremedy it is. 73 relieve the suffering among the poor of tlii-- i riage. city. Buy a trnjs from Joe I.eCompte. United .States Marshall A. J. Ausier has Messrs. John Grigs: and Lee Bridges were appointed Mr. Con. McCarty, of this city, Foil ItnxT. Two oflice rooms on the mXBCTMtUiWMOBMlWflgVBMCgi deputies. The "Colonel" will lower floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. out limiting near Wigginton, in this county, one of hi on the 2Slh of December, when the gun of make his headquatters in this city and a&jJ" First clas board wanted by a quiet Grigg waa accidentally discharged, the will always be ready to serve papers for I TAKE this method of informing1 the r. lblic that from this dav I charge taking fillet in the right jaw and those of our attorneys have business in the gentleman and wlte, in a ptivate family of will do a strictly One Price Cash JJusincss, . aking no exceptions' or icliuement and where there ate no boarder.-- . killing him instantly. . United States Court. deviations, my stook 01 Location central, be- references. Address .Sunday evening quite a serious fire tool; "A," care of this office. The ficscoiag of the walls and ceiling of the Prcsbytcriin Church has been completed and placcat thoreidenceof Mr. E. L. Meagher. Go to Howard Bro's for fine caraBy some means a spark got into a wardrobe is a beautiful piece of work. The handsome been put up, and and set fire to some clothing, damaging the mels and pure homemade candies, chandelier hasartived and has the other improvements are going forward rap- wardiohe ami contents to the amount of north end bridge. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. idly. It is expected that it will be ready for one hundred and fifty dollars. 'Fully inFor Fruits, Uakes and Confecsured. The flames were extinguished withoccupancy in a few days. tions, go to Howard Bro's, north 1 out calling on the Fire Department. end St Clair street bridge Owing to the continued cold and disagreeable weather the ceremonies of laying the It is useless to undertake to heat the OpBoAKDi.vc:. A (ew boarders by the day corner-ntonof tlie Government Building era House with the furnace that is now in week or month. Wanted by Mrs R. B. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous were postponed indelinitely on Monday. it, as it is a failure. The people will not go at LeComptc house, near Iron Bridge. of Monday after to the hall on account of ity being so poorly The Lexington Advertiser support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. No one can be ill if the blood is pure. noon says they went on all the came, and heated nnd the is loiinu: money. Yellow Dock and ?arsaparilla root have Very respectfully, tells all about what took place. Take it out at once and put in steam, stoves long been recognized bv physicians as blood or some other heating apparatus that will purifici-- , Don't be humbtt:ged by the ls While Messrs. Ed. Oliver and' Willis T?" of the many quack bitters but make the audience comfortable while wiu &. iuuJ Jla Wayts were at work upon the stage at the occasionally uoe Dr Ouy.-ott'-a Yellow Docl; nessiug a performance. The seats will and Sarsaparilla.andjou will live to a good Opera House Tuesdiy a'lernoon they fell never be filled with good Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. a audience so long old age, free from all distress of mind and to the stage, u distance ol from the eleutor as the hall is so uncomfortable. body. Many of our best citizens, who long about fifteen feet. Oliver was so badly ufi'ercd from bad blood indicated by weak The weather for the past week hn been kidneys, indigestion, sores, aches, etc., owe bruised up that lie had to be carried to hi home in South Frankfort, but Wayts fearfully unpleasant. On Saturday of last their recovery to the u.--e of this remedy. .. week the mercury dropped down to twenty escaped injury. Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fiucel's. Satdegrees below zero, and continued in that isfaction guaranteed. Reuben Lryan, colored, was ai rested by vicinity for several days, snow fell to the OfJicer Hvde on the charge of stealing Sendepth of eight inches, nnd to make matters 1000 Large corn fed hogs wanted at C. ator Williams' shoes Wednesday night. worse on Thursday morning the weather W. Fincel's, Frankfort Ky. Several distinguished white gentlemen have moderated and rain began to fall, causing been busily engaged in trying to get away C. W. Fiuee! pays the highest price for Clij.tcaa. the streets to become so slippery thnt walkZtfTcrtlieast Csraasr. with the Honorable Senator's shoes tor' ing was dangerous. Thursday night it turned hogs. some time, but as yet have not Keen as cold again and snowed. The people of Frankfort should patronlucky as the colored brother. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done Mr. Austin J. Kendall, a well known ize the new wholesale and retail coal firm first citi.eti of this city, died nt his home on ol S. & J. H. Told, for they liavo come to on sh.irt notice. The Bo&ton Concert Company gave a Orders by telephone promptly attended to. class etitertaininenin ever particular at the Broadway Tuesday afternoon, about one stay. Office at H. It. Williams' grocery, Jan. 6iy The o'clock, with consumption. House Tuesday evening. Opera where Mr. Peter E. Told can For the past South-side- , audience was not large, tiuC select, and gave twenty years he has been foreman of the always be found ready to wait on customers. evidence of their keen enjoyment ol the Yeoman bindery, and although he had Cakes iced at Howard Bro's. music by enchoring nearly every piece. The been in failing health for some time, was music was just splendid, especially the able to attend to his business until a few Many who long sullered from indescribH3.I and of the weeks since, when he was taken worse and singing of Mrs. Humphrey-Alle- n able feelings of dintre.-lame back, aching Temple Quartette. never left his room afterwards. The re- joints, sores, swelling, weakne-- s of the uri mains were taken to Louisville Wednesday nary and digestive organs, unnatural feel, A colored man by the name of Richard morning lor interment, escorted by u detach- ings of weariness, headache, nervousne.-hsleeplessness, disturbing Pleasant, employed upon the farm of Mr. ment of Frankfort Coimiiaiidery, No. 4. of Mr. J. M. The funeral took lace Thursday morning dreams, partial insanity, etc., after doctoring Win. Moore, father-in-laliver, kidney d, nerves and brain, with the Wakefield, who resides on the old Scearce and was largely attended. various quack nostrums of the day, and being place, two miles above the city, fell dead nearly frightened to death by their alarming advertisiments, quietly began using Dr. Advertised Letters. Monday morning while cutting wood. The Guysotl' Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, and Have an imremains were brought to this city, and an jThcy are selling were agreeably surprised to quickly find Fkankiout, Ky., January 12th, If SI. inquest held, when a verdict of deatli from themselves restored to perfect health. No Bulger, John Buesett. Jane mense stock of! heart disease was returned. other remedy equals it. at prices so low Baily, It L Clnubarine, Bert Carter, William Dunbar, D W Wood's patent carpet strip keeps out new goods to While seated by the flro at the residence Flotin, Jos Holmes, Sallie that they strike Craves, Emma water and will not rot, just the thing for outof her son, Mr. Dan. Catlughan, baggage Garrard, James II Harris, Austin Hale, Wylio side doors. For sale by White&ides A' master at the depot, Mr?. Johanna Calla- from. HaiTod, Bettie Hnumer, Robt to McEwan. an old lady nearly ninety years of Ionian, A L ghan, Johnson, Hannah age, was so unfortunate as to have her Keller. Samuel Hawkins. Maggie Call and see Wood's patent carpet Get one of Lee, Mollie clothing take fire and burn her very badly Lay, Emel strips for your outside door. They keep Moran, Delia about one arm and the side of her face. She Lewis, Walter them at your Call and examEly Marshall. E F out water and will not rot. For sale by Sunday morning, and Mc Daniel, died from her injuries Metscger, John Madlison, Jane As McEwan. Whitesides dier funeral took place from the Catholic McOeHriok. Mary Conic, Johnny earliest convenBOOTS SHOES. ine while the Pnllam, Lou Tavlor Petry, Rebecca Church Tuesday morning. Fou Sam:. A good second-han- d up Russell, Deliah Perry, W II ience. riget boiler, 8 by lilt. Apply to Ferguson stock is fresh. Read, Fannie (r Henry Williams, an old colored man, Read, Ed Rossi, Russell, Easier better known as "shoo gnat," was found Rucker. Leouidas Terrell, Sidney dead upon thu floor of one of the rooms in a Scott, Jordan Straughn, Charles ANNOUNCEMENT. Smith, Margaret frame houso opposite the gas works. He Smith, Joseph Edward, Hester had no fire and no furniture whatever in Tood, M B Vance, Jennie Wheat, Geo H the room, his bed being a lot of rags placed Whitticc, Julia Watkius, John I horcby nnuouneo myself a camliduto for on the floor. It is supposed he was frozen Wintersoll, Robt Winkler, Turner to tho oflicu uf SlitrilV of Fnauklin Wallace, Wesley to death. An hiqucat was held upon the county, tuhject to tho notion of thu Democratio Please say advertised when calling for party. body Monday morning, when a verdict of W. h. COLLINS. 1! J. G. IIatciutt, P. M. death from exposure to cold was returned, these letters. " u-i- fifUor Tiounihhout: Owing to the IIitiiniln-i- tdzeof iay i',utiil.v tvl.h to dl.p(ifc of 111,; tifirj'1-otnres dnoe orthe Lawrcncclitinj pike. 1 he Iioiiti iuib leu room, is in thorough rojiai, ami hit nil in .dcrii convi-uioiiTliwi- nil- i.v ncry of around nttiiolied London. London. i me place. J win n II ult lio- lurliintud or un- London, furnished, j.ply to uir on tho iirmict or ut CV ' thu t"ro of 0r,iy ' "'"''n''"- - Atrji.e easy. NeTi jsy. cQ. - - - 2j-t- f. iTolm T. Csray. fi " M- - P- - uiiri rqr TiUJ fill xa ftATTPDl? UMLM3U te II 1 Shell))-vill- m k FBAHKFQIOT, KENTUCKY. MATTERS, Prop'r, -- . Mm II P4 I W -t STOVES, GRATES, TIlWARE, &fj.. i-i& Eoofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. e Mc-Ke- e, lcs-e- d . adver-li-emen- T. -- LiYery, B oaraing, L. MAUGAH, Street, SR, & CO., Prop'rs. Capital Square. s, ita LURE & i w COARSE WINTER iOOTS & SHOE! MEDIUM PRICED select BOOTS & SHOES FINE AND all competitors. terror Ju-ip- pi HATS CAPS. NEW STYLES! NEW STYLES i mmmmmmmmmmmm SffBWWsrW e H K53EBM! FBANKFOliT ROUNDABOUT. 1883. FALL 1883. UOAJL! UUAJL! G. B. MACKLIN. BAK'ITABIOM, Koso, Xlltoat, Lunt;r., QF COAL ON TREES, TKEES, TUBES. A LL KINDS nt Lowest Prices byHANI) tind foroale Wc otTcr till? seiison nn untiMiilIy large ."took TKKE8,' of FRUIT AND OllKAMKNTAli small JMIUtTS, GRAPEVINES nnd everything fon nil In a Nwiiskkv Etaiii.hhmiint. Wo employ no ngonte. Dosoriptivo catalogues on application. i CAll ib.it tliedoubtfnl curtoua or t bougtitful wnnf to? 1 mm d MAiuiiAGmm' Sttornlito.flnt. full lde.1, M p., Tho dr? ctlmnto er.rco. remto. co.'t, fro?. c Ew ROUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S jriapCitiino.lpliV.benrnoileu. sat iW JKiin nou KuiifciJiiiniuvu-- M. WHITTJER to Mart J nn. roDMjUnHiaiinrtl'nmnMlpt mtf&Wmri frco, tvg,imp'jrjv:,iuiut monei orMrfl.i?' l'OR 's TUB .1 ONLY Benson. Mr. Donu SpUltmm, ofDnvis county, isitinjr Ii'h mint, Mtv. Polk Q''wny. nov i. H.F. HILIiEN'MEYEIt, Lfaisoton, Ky. NO JTEWTHING. STRONG'S SAR4TIVE PILLS 3POX. OVHH. And Ueod 1 Mr Ilirnm Pcnn iniil fntnilv and Mrs. lor Texas a few days 1120. Kin SIioum' e. U ie.nl y to go to the dipt. Bolt K-l- t FRAN KFOR Ix iAGHiE I WORKS KIKOS, &C. LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS throughout tho country ' thus proved The Best Liver Medicine in the World. 40 A SOLID TRAIN FROM poor-hous- JONES BUOS., Proprietors. Mai .ilacturersof nil Kinds of New Wort, foi h mmori'il ilint the Rev. Win, will ictnove to flrant or Gallatin count) slioitly. Folic Chiihu.wivs if this weather conwill have to emigrate. tinues hi Arrn-mii- Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL IfoGrlplnp, PolsonouDnipii,butpnicly VcBCtabto, enfo nnd reliable. Proscribed ov on by t'hjolelatis. A rpecdy euro for Liver Complaint. RcRulatlntj tho lloivrj,Purifjrlnittho Hlood, OlpanMnirfmni JUIarnl Taint. A perfect euro f i Mlrlt Ilciuliselic, nil Itlllou elr., address 4'iiKtlitlon nnrt lor Pr.wphlcta. Dlnorricra. Sold bv l)niccit. C. E. UVI., ds CO., 18 Ceilur St., A'.l . City. Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Bridgeport. Anil now the "lcinh hell jingle. Mnttie Lou Crockett is on the sick list. BSfCotwinctfl for New Work in ar.y of the State. pan 6- -t PBLDF, HAREIS'li One door west of corner Ann and Rroadvay streets April North Side, Fr.int.fort, Ky. oicauii ncak!i'..snudd cor, ial uan.crouJ eb ai , bifflli'l tenro n .itilj- r'ljilciAJ", rctuii uilifui liJIwrj. fid tlous, t w frc JsJutscaoe, WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITfl FASr TEAINS TOE Little Je.Me Hohcra weel:. is quite siokt thia Little Ivitie ai:tl Mnttie Mnyhnll arc verv ril. much iml'-- p ha ahont recovered Martha .lueki-oMr.. from her recent illtu The ciindidatis lor sheriff aie already in the field if d the iaee v.nxiih liot. Mr. .1. D. I'm rem, vvlin h.T 1m en quite Mel; liming the ua- -t two weeks, N convnles-eeni- . THE WEEKLY COURSER JOURNAL! -- "SStoi A Radical Card FOB MiAorcrlnl'jvroii. jivt t n.iM.-lii Do . 1,11 3 tech B IMPOTEKCV. AN ORGAN OF A I mm saw And J iw k: p'i' pv. JK55octod forovorO c'tilaIni!ncdi'iilor en I nth.s la fai t'ron - t'oi. lii'cctarrll'St'iiul'itba yoara b7 viso la thouSvatcfdhci 0 uinUcjiU tpc- crands of cause, rln j inuuccc icis . v jus d ten. Aoll tilc3 is pet 1 fl tu tr rrciTHuj cloini eca for tl c her rcnciioi trouMw. Cct ojr frM clr:j. lif a.l triit r"V.36'J tot l"nn Important facts Uforo ti los trntiitnt c'iJil'Ci". ljr tLat !J cured a tloi.san-!aid il ; net !i tcrfcra v ltti nitcilUi to tiusl. cr cau'o ptla or Jucoa. vcr.lcncc. rtuua'.J ci ! , THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ns v ii Jm Unmet, of .Shelhycountv, hue returiK'd home Iminn vi.-- to his bitcr Mrs. Mr it Moral Forces. AJUSXKJiY OF AND Till-- : wr.ir TKIAL 4 fA w 5 n, ., 1, . ,i,,u..m.fiin,. cr tic l iriun orcr.. tic of clnneiiK rri.. UVtuj 113 , .1 nnfti pits Tor tickets and further infurmntiun apply to your lienrtst MckotMiQiuoj or ntldu-sJnmcs O.Ernt,Ocncial Western Agent, Louifviltc, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II.. W. FULLER, Gcnuial Manngc, Gen. Pass. Aijt., s i PACK AC SEND ADDRESS f e is.l Tho ijoheprful en riles bc'c. tccoxtj aiit B Win. SrolieU. in this section We know of several had fowl- - and ho8 to freeze to death who (lining the recent cold nnap. The ice hnrvcl hai heen ?oo.l iliirini! the paH neik. ninny taking advantage of it, luive lilhd theii hou-eMn Sue Jenkins ha returned to Prank-for- t, hen- she i? uttemli'ig cliO'il. after a tuo week"' it to her home in thi- - town. t The oldest inh.iLii.it in tliis vicinity was tliecoldett dav they la- -t .aluiday that cier experienced." Tlurmometer 20 degrees per.-ou- -, -. vv vt-- Monopolies, Qh'garchism, st al -- of Subsidy, Spirit EMBODIED AS IX mm Mi Till. CCsURIEK-JOUBNAL o v HARRIS RCPilEOY COll'i's QSE MOHIH'S T SEA ff.E(T, C3 ! Chemlsta. UQiiTH3. 2 IO ITHS.S J i 3 $7, Richmond, Virginia. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. -- WEEKLY taper The direct line nnd popular route between Central KcntucL), and the North, l'ast and West via Cincinnati. & J T-- jr( Jb fcfr &W1QSHVILLE q:- ( in circulation is Has no superior as a the newspiper vorlJ. g'eat faniilj and H LOUISVILLE R.RT)? polit-- i Its aci he-lo- zero. Mr. lloht Fox, who was elected keeper at the last meeting ot tlu' Court ot Claim-.- , nioxed up and look oftln-CouutPoor-house than any political newspaper in the South, .nd is excelled liy but Uw in the United State. It contiins. each wee)., the most complete sunim.irj of the news of the world, and its cdnorid columns plenty Waltcon, ore always able, strong and bright. Among t'le are Tclegr phic Speciils irom all the leading points in the United Stales and Europe, Serial and Short Morics, r.dmagc's the diy after delivery in lirooklyn labcr-nacMarket Reports, Fashi m Letters, Answers to Turf and Stock Rcp-.rts- , No Home in the partment for Children. countrv should be without it. Daily, $12 a year, Sundjy, $2 a year, Weehlv, Single Copy, one vcar, fci 50, Copies, one ye tr, 50 After a c ub of fi e ha., been tent ns the club raiser can, throughout the year, add single subscriptions a received at our lowest club rate Yearly 5i tofor ye.ul subscriptions is only can be receh cd at thU rate Our terms inr - than a yeir arc f,i for 8 months, 7s cents for 6 months, 50 cents for 3 months. A sample copy of the Weekly Courier-Journis sent tree of charge for examinaLiteral cash commistion on application. sion allowed canvassers, and outfit sent free of charge Addres them . N. HAI.nnMAX, Co. 1'resident Courier-JournLouisville, Ky. MANY TIMES LARGER Ouick Time, Close and Sure Con-nection- s. smm 1 nra m TO XtlBJ OH-A.JSTG- KsPLUAL FEATURES TIME TA11LE IN EITECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUni. STATIONS. Lve. Covington . l lalruoi.tli . No. 2. uo a 35 i .1 28. 1883. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT IN AC piiHi8-io- n la-- t week. the Jlorxi).r.oLT." Kev. L)r .1. M. Levis of Frankfort, and ltev. B. T. Qninu, of Scott county, held j)ivine wot 'hip in this place last Saturday, and Hev. alo on Sunday. Mr. Chailie Mavliall has pmchased the t pr. pertv n.nv iwil n.-- the county Almshouse, mhjfct, however to the lati'ication of the County Court. Price, 1,."00 cash. We, for on.-- , very much icgret the fact ol mi eaiiy an adjournment of our reunion held as theteby recently i lite Kditoi'n Kim-tuwe weie denied the happy pihilege of meeta person-a-.'- e ing t,o heiiiitihil and as he wiio wiiles f:om Between the Lridjics. All those who resolved to turn over a new l nt the commencement of this year, will find these wo'nlion said leaf, viz: ''.Subscribe No. ,. 300 p S.,8 p 111, No. 18 Department, Poetry and De- FILLHAI Nashville, FAL S CAHS in SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. ti C)iitlnana Arr Paris . . P to U'HOM LOTJISVlLlLiIU TO ic Lve. Paris Arr LcMiiSton . l.vc, Paris Lve. .Miilersbur Lve Cirltsle. . . lJL,x- - 2j a . 05 p m . . . 0 20 p 0.2O p 7.X0 p Memphis, , ' 6,40 p 7 6.2op in 111 io Arr M.ivillc . te-.- Lve, Piri1. . . . Winchester Richmond.. Lanc.i-.ter.- . . J5 50 ' P '3 Arr. Stanford Jim co p t P 1.;o p mi 6 20 p in 8 00 p "' ra 13.45 P ni 9 IO . I 1 so p ni . I 5 00 j) m P ni Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and' New Orleans. Seekini? homos n lino of this rond will rtceivo sucoial low rates. Tor Routn., Hates, Time, etc., seo U. P. Bkyan, Agent, Frankfort, or vvrito to C. P. ATM0RE, G. P. .fc T. A., Louisville, Ky. TRAINS NORTH. SI ATIONS. No 1. 1 i No, 3. No 17 ncco-nnlishe- lUlVjiiAll ID fYC Hart). TIics Lizzie Peun has recovered from THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY her COMMERCIAL. live, pkogb:i:ssive, fopvlaii. the South, The. Cheapest recent illness Mr. Ilulu-- , Dinkle, of Uaiidad, is spendinj.' Christmas in :hi vicitiity. u linireiiny attack of while and Bett Family Newspaper In Mr. Lanlon Hu;hchew is very ill with ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. ft w 3" 1. 00 a Lve Stanford Juiict. " Lancaster . . . 11,24 .1 " Richmond . . . Coo a mi2, t; p " Winchester . . 7 20 a ml 2 25 p Arr P.iris. . . . 8.15 a m 3.10 p 00 a m!i3.4o p L"c. M.iysvillc . . . . 2,od p " C irlWe 30 a . . " Mi!ler-.burt50 a in 2 iJ p 10 p 15 a m Arr. Paris Lvc.dl.exiiigtoii . . . 20 .1 ml 2 1; p 111 111 1. 15 p m ni 2.10 p m m C.co p m in r.i m 111 111 Arr l.iris . . .. , . j. .15 am 3.10 welliiir. Not so inucli sickness in thia vicinity siaee Dr. liailey ha'heen so successful in manasiiti'.; the disease ol" typhoid fever. Born. On .Snlnrd.iv, the 20th, to Mr. Tlntrv Burns and wile, a hoy. To Mr. J)oone Moore and wife a boy 15 pound". All thn News Acrirulti1r.1I Deprrtment Children's Cerner Conpltto Jlorket KcporU Spuihliug Jtiscel. Inue) Thrilling fctoricj. . . . Lve. Paris " Cynthi.in.i.. . " I'alnioiith. , . Arr. Covinston . . . . 50 a m' 3.48 55 '' ni J 55 30 a in 6 jo 15 .1 mi 3 10 in m p ni p 111 P m P i p in S. F, Smith, M. J). G. A. U. firtOWN, M. II Drs. Smith & Brown, INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, Subscribo for It. To Old and Young alike. A SPLESlDOPPBa THE LU ll'irrod, Th'ir1'iy aftarnoon, nt 2 o'clock, Mr. Campbell llairod and Miss Harris, of Lexington. j)i, Slit has been a strict member of the V.np'Nt Church for thiitv years ptst. Iler lenuiiiis were taken to Pleasant Hide for but rial. Died 'Mm, Mr. At hi" home near this place Dec. illnc-- s o Mo tried At the residence of Mr. Wm. i. December 17th, Mrs. Mnitha u. HI Tho New Wntrbnrv VVatrh, Ptcn Wlii'llnjr, Nleltla Cn3, hiiidtsinf . dr.iMf nml wcrriintfe'l to lcp perfect time. I.UTAIfi VKICU T1IJ. V ORI.I) OX Ell, ill.M. THE COMMEKCIAL FOB CHE YcAR ANO THIS WATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO FOR THE rmCI- - OF ONE. ThoWMprbnry Wiltli Company Una Xntlonal rcpn-tatlWulch in tho World, for iniklimim bett clu-anot otic in m nt flora the 1'actcrj without Imvlnsbrtn run carefully r (julnti (I. It tuns i.7 hours for flnhja unrl uith ono wlnUIni;, and ivlll lait lur )i nm. This Is tlm 1 firmer' Watch, tho Jtimr'n VVntch.tho JiUtorci's Wntch, tho Uoy'u Wiitcli, tho feihcul dirt's Watch in fact, ncnbcidy'B Wnlcli, letter or money Upon nevlpi cf J ftd by order, tlm Watch will bo fxrvinnlcd by inill or ox,rm with clnrRen prepaid, nnd tho COlfMKltUAL will Lo wailuJri.BUl.vrly lor one jeur, poolugo tree. I Mi leaves Lexington G 00 a. m., arrives Mays-vill- e 9'ooa. m, No. 27 p.le.ives Lexington 5.25 p.m., arrives M.iysville 8 30 m. No. 27 leaves Maysville C 00 a. m., arrives Lexington 9 10 a. in. No. 28 leives MujMille 12 10 ji. in., arrives Lcxinjiton ( 00 p, in. No. 6 lc wes Covington 5 20 p. m,, ariivcb Falmouth 15 .1. m , arrives 7.20 p m. No. 5lcivos Inlinouth Covington 8 10 a. m. Nos. 3 nnd 4 run daily between Richmond. LexinR-toand Covington; all others daily except Sunday. No. 25 n FRANKFORT, KY. Oflico and rosMdenoc Physicians. $ Surgeons, Church, S. Clulr street. next door to tho IlnntUt KEW PLANING MILL. friecJul Xttitento U2mifratn. connections, etc., For ticket', rales, call 011 or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CUAS. L. ItROWN, Ccn'l. Pasb, and Freight Agent. O. W. ni'.NDER, Snpt. time-card- J.M.WAKEFIELD Having rcocntly added to his Estnllifhment First-CInss rianiiig Mill, to furnish Covington, Ky. Is now prepared nil kinds of RKGJTJ1L.A.TJ, KENTUCKY IJIVEIl PACKET, Eash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO nller an m mi her of the Bap.ist Church at Pleasant Bidye, and leaves a large number ol friends to mom bis loc i. Married. Al the residence of the bride's dun. .'5d. William Tav lor father, Miss Edmonia Moore, bv Rev. .1. A. Peters. Jan. .'hi, at the residence Also on Thut-'dtv- , of Mr. Edmund Bailey, Miss B. Thatp nnd William Lon;.', by Rev. J. A. I'etem. "You nre now one," said the minister to n happy pair he had just joined together with a knot that they could never undo, "Which one?' asked the bridu. "You will have to selllethat for youruelvcs," stid Rev. . A. Pet eta. 11 Tbut-.'day. Itndon aged 22 yea:- -, Ue was a weeks. eleven llij-heho- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin oasri-s- r 3.so- Qottcn - jut in tho BoBt Style. hi P May 15 tf. FANNIE FREESE! necilny morning iindSitiirilny fveniiiK. rules are .nchunp lie uny ntlicr tr.iniipurtiitlnti. TI10 Fiuinio Fni'Mo bohitigs to Frnnlvfnrtuni to S. V. lV'nco, nnd nliy not patron Izo htv? Sptfliil.rnloii on all froit;l)t KoltiR south or weft' and through bills of Ittilinir f;ivmi. It'Hlill nuikiiifr Imr r,;ular trijifl from Fratil.furt to lioulnvilln. HI10 Iimvi x Friuilifnit ovory M'cd. .1 i.ltfril while a cross-eyeA Negro held was joiii!" to knock her on the head limn with an ax. J'he darky observing the nian's eyes, in some alarm inquired, "you gwjne to hit where you look?" "Yea." "Den," said Bob, "you can hold dis cow youraelf." n cow d mQTHER OR-T-ft- . For a Club of tirolvo Hubscrlbcia to tha WEEKLY COMMKltCIAL rud ilL'.W, tho potter lip cf thitClub will Ui uri'vntcd, all cimri;iii prepild, vrltli 0110 of tho Watches, which wll I cwt $:!.) ituyw hem und over) v hero. Bcbd lor tauplo copies and no to work, Addrvei S. V. Penoe, Prop'r. I3KN FREEMAN, Matte.', Aycnt. THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. A. B. WILLIAMS, July 14 MOMterojft. - R.K SELLERS tf. pirrsmummH. n June tMy CO. 1 ;