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FRANKFORT, KY., Jett. JANUARY 19, 1884. covering the old site where Hnrdin.sville once stood, forminga new foundation, wheie Grnefensburg now stands. To convince your leaders that this is not Hardin-villit contained liom three to five whisky establishments; we have nothing that begins ugly wine, with that wonder fill W women and whisky but plenty of the oor people popular P pretty" girls, and pups. We have three dry goods stores, all getting a reasonable share ol patronage, one physician that counts two, two wagon shop", two blacksmith shopi one run by Jenkins it Son, the ocher by Rankin it Ni phew one irrist and circular It is an industrious little mill of In our opinion ofl one grain on to another. it beats all the mills: It grinds a bushel as pusses bills fast as the Legislature one dollar bills at the various saloons. If they would pass a bill to tlnow us into your county it would confer a tavor on There are many voters anil twenty-seveFranklin county voters buck of us, who have to p.'iss thruiigh our town to get to Bridgeport. A fine could he run that wouldn't hurt Shelby and would benefit Franklin. Can not tomehodv see to it? As you editors request bnnity, and writing only on one side Ironi your correspondents, perhaps we have already trespassed, but this being our introductory eflort, I hope you will bear with us until we give the par.-- , ticulars ot the candy pulling at Mr. 0. Tnisley's, to which Punch arid Judy hne alreadv called 3 our attention. The young ladies present were tlietwo Misses Wiggs.two Tiusley mid Miss Jennie Dnniugiou, hostess. The boys were one .Jenkins, one Wiggi, one Blythe and one Smith; hist, but not least, were J. A. Rankin, Richard Darlington, John Bailey, E.-- , of Grnefensburg. The first tiling in order was to move the burougli. Moving the burough is something g or corn-- . like a a shucking treat the hands frequently. We had 110 trouble in obtaining willing hands. We were like the Legislature in moving the capitol. Wo were all willing to move, but we couldn't locate it, coniquently we kept A social game at cards was it nioMiig. next proposed, Tiusley and Rankin against Darlington and Bailey. The winners were to take a drink of Rodman's best, while the ioosers were only to smell the bottle. Tiusley and Rankin kept Rodman's best going down their throttle. While Darlington and Bailey only got to smell the bottle. Tire winners then tackled Wiggs and Blythe, At cards they considered themselves sharp ns a sythe. Concerning this game we thought we wouldn't tell. The conclusion of the same, Rankin and Tiusley fot a hiiiell. Owen T. never does anything by half; It was quite amusing to see that nigger laugh. 'Twas worth a year's subscription to your interestitii little sheet To have seen that nigger's actions when got heat. Rankin and Tin-le- y As ve correspondents began to feel prefty itill. Wo adjourned to the dining room, the candy to pull. We pulled east and west, north and south, While .lob kept pulling towards his mouth. He kept pulling, never ceasing to stop, Onl j when his candy on the lloor would e, saw-mill. lax-payern Number 18. WKE. CROMWELL, t 'PA AMUSEMENTS. Hon. Goo. R. Wendlitiff. ILLKTIMI Sleigh riding is nil the go. Whnt the boys nil want is a pretty girl to go (Weighing with. So Elder I. B. Grubbs will preach nt Grassy NEAR KAll.UOAD URtDOE, A TSAW-MILarticle hand a morning, nt 11 o'clock. jt. constantly on offer forfirst clascither set of com- Springs up sale, which they cheap for cash. Special plete or in the g lust Sunday was held nt prices on car load lots. Patronize home industry. Excelsior Institute. Subject, intemperance. Dec. Elder.!. K. P. South preached nt Glassy Springs last Sunday, a good audience being in attendance. There has been several dances talked of KINDS DOU11LE . SCREENED in the neighborhood this week, but none ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full have come oil' as yet. Weight, Bottom Trices. Mr. Wash Crulcher had a yearling colt and sevetal sheep to freeze to death during No. 30. Telephone connection the recent extremely cold weather. The cold weatiier of the past few weeks brought the mercury lower than was ever before known by the oldest inhabitant. FRANKFORT, .Mrs. Annie Bolts, Miss Katie Wright and Mr. John Hanly have been visiting the CATilDKIL family of Mr. John Fruzier, at Woodlake, this week. The society of Alpine Climbers met as usual last Friday night. The programme was very good, the music, which wn furnished by AJ.isses Lillie Stone and Maggie Quiti and Mr. C. II. Drunc, being excellent. U. X. 0. Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! Attorney-at-LawAND , i'W RODMAN knock-dowi5-4- tn. SlVI3iai, hogs-head- s, Choice Coal Cheap. GEO. B. MACKLTN, KLY-De- SI-XT'S- T PAGES. faMKi;;:wi, SILVER-PLATED WARE, French and American Clocks Spectacles and Instructions how to use your eyes Wo iiro giving Interesting prices. Send for cat- alogue. OTIS W. SNYDER, . "'Manufacturing Jowoler. N. Upper Strict. Lcjiinyton, K, TRUSSES! -- A will buy you osn or UUUl'. Genuine Stamped S3.00 " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED w t'K Trade Mark. VcSA. Mad m 33very Form. LIGHT, CLEAN. Editor Ttoundalont: Di:u Sit;: We nave read the production from the pen of your correspondent from .COOL, Between the Biidges and aie delighted with them. A they tailed to mention nn thing isittiAK OK WILL NOT from our little place, by many solieiititions Kvtry onii sent out warranted. They uro in- and divers subscriptions. I concluded to give dorsedhy Drs. Unit's mid Aguou, of Philadelyou a few items from around here. As some ol your leaders may not know whcroi ' phia. Tliuy are the host. Oumu and see them. liodgetniiud Mr lUn. lluktt. of Graefetisburg is, I will give ii No ounrgo to ebovv. For miIo by Col. George Moore's horse, old Beck, it. It h only forty minutes drive west from JOS. LoCOMPTB, (ell down with him one day last week and the capitol, one mile south of the little field, South Frankfort. when he recovered from the fall he declared two and one hall miles north ot Cieed's, on he had a broken leg, and it was thought the Louisville and Frankfort turnpike. & for a while that amputation would he tieees-Miry- ; Evervbodv in this end ot Shelbv. Franklin but Mr. E. M. Hopper arrived jm-- t at and Aiidtt"oii know where the littlo field Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, the' right time from Fiauifott with u full and Creed's are. Some may say GraefetisfiSyPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging quatt of favorite medicine which George burg is Hardiusville, aim ii? Wo siv no. had sent for that morning, and two or three Some years ago llardinsville biunt I'ovn. a speciality. large dons had the desired effect, and the and the many rises in the creek have brought Orders left at A verill's drug store will be promplty Colonel went on his way rejoicing. down part of several Shelby county farms, April i6- - tt attended to. $$ iglsterei. ITo.80oncT. Wo.l. Xo.4. Jd&? Fig. x. M This distinguished lecturer, who has gained such wide reputation as an orator in successfully answering Bob Ingerfol, the prince of infidels, will deliver his lecture, entitled "Satan; or what and where is the Devil," at the Opera House, on Monday. Januan' 21st. In an edilotiul, the niacin natti Gazette snys, that "Mr. W..ndlin'-powe- r n an orator is certainly very marked.' The Burlington llawkeyc, in an editorial' pronounces him a "magnificent orator," ami the Des Moines Register says, "he is a strong man intellectually." The Chicago Tribune says, "he is an orator of gieat power." The Jacksonville (III.) Courier says, "his eloquence affected his hearers a we have never witnessed before." The Herald says, "he held the platform king, and swayed his audience by the as a sceptre of his eloquence." At his home in Bloomington, Illinois, the Daily Pantngrnph says, "For two hours the speaker's oratorical splendor held the intelligent niai-of listeners motionless. II is delivery is characteristic for its elegance and grace. A perfect storm of withering denunciation would one moment provoke the sympathetic Plat Creek. contempt and the ndmiration of theattdiiice, Mrs. Mildred Harrod is very ill. which at another moment would marvel at Mr. John Warren's lamily have the the wonderful cadence of the sentence whooping cough. some of which were remarkably sparkling. Born Dec. 29th. to Warren Pulliam and He is gifted and a natural orator." and wife, a daughter. Nip and Tuck. Mr J. L. Greenwell has purchaeed 30 Harry Webber's great comedy hit entitled actes of laud from Martin Marshall for 15 ns above will be presented at the Opera per acre. House on- - Wednesday, January 23d, by a , Mr. Henry Herrell traded a bushel ot apples to Daniel San lord and he now thinks first class company under the management The Cincinnati of Mr. Edward Poland. he will come out loser. Moore, wholives near Jump Enquirer sayu of the performance: Judge Polk in the hands of This great comedy-dram- a Stump College. Briar Itidge, near Jacksonville, Franklin county, has killed nine ho;s Harry Webber, has received the most eleven months old which weighed 3I59 lbs. unqualified praise of the press of the United States, throughout its length and breadth. each. noticp n mistake that the editor has Ability, experience and professional pride I published in'the last week's isbtic in relation has been brought to bear in conjunction to the Flat Creek correspondent attending with a liberal outlay, to secure a syinmetii-ca- l representation of the author's ideas. the reunion on the 20th. It is Noel Lee, The play has a good story for backbone, and not W. L. Lee. strom dramatic situations, and the greatest Why don't some good citizen send in a number of comedy sin prises we ever saw in bill to the Legislature and try and get it one play. "The quarrel scene." "Nip's parsed piobibitiug the killing of game tor combat with the poodle," "His two yeais, except for the iue of. the sick, "Just look at my vest." and the rapidly and make the penalty for a violation of the worked scene of the Inst net are all great law a fine of fllty dollars for each offense? and must be seen to be appreciated. Last Friday evening Mr. Clint. McCan, Advertised Letters. while returning Iroin Fianktort, hud the misfortune to have nis horse tall with htm, FraxKrouT, Kv., January 19th, 1SS1. breaking his leg, the bone protruding Bryant, Anna (col) through the skin. Dr. Austin was sum- Armstrong, Sam Buckuer, Hon Gen'l moned and he was carried to Mr. Hiley Boyle, Francis A Cox, Bettie Chirks where his wounds were dressed and Berry, Elisy Burner', Otto was removed to his home the next morning. Brvaut, Ned Cole, Ellen (col) Bush, Rieh'd (2) J UMItO. Darling, Robt Dudley, Lizxie Tioga Duncans, Sally Ann Asken, Mary Finnell, Cnpt A J Edwards. Hester Foul, Mniiuie Etisley. Fllen Tobacco seed are in demand. Gusher, AiiMon Rev. L. P. Uuleit preached an excellent Gusher, Mrs Graham. Robert sermon Ninth Benson Church last Sunday. Gri HUh. G E G N Miff-eElla, Ruth, and Bee Rogers were Hines, Henry Janie Harrod, Wm"& Hamilton, Robt last Handy, of Mr. Dunne Sudduth the guests Lasy, Leaner Lucas, Caroline Thurcdiiy. Miles, Miss Annie Mormnnn, B Mr. Alex. Rodgers left last Wednesday Mouher, Katie Mvers, Lizzie morning for a visit to friends and relatives McDowell, Mahalie McCoy, P J in Indiana. McDnniel, Susan J Culic.in, Nettie (2) Penn, Aiinev E.vSheritVJ. W. Gaines and Mr. Hold. Pain, Gas Rodgers, Emma Anderson took dinner wttii Mr. Win. F. Pncley, James Scrags, James cott, Jim Rodgers last Sunday. Sprouee, Marv C Slurd, John Old uncle Lurk in Chisolm, one of the Troyman. J W Smith B K oldest men in this part ol the country, died Tvler, G N Taylor, Martha very suddenly last Sunday. Taylor, E.nily Washington, Virgill Mr. Wash. Vauchan and wife and Mis. H ilson, Mrs Wright, Linn were the guests oi'Mr. and Mrs. Utterback, Aaron Roe Allir-oYoung, Eliza A E. M. Hopper last Sunday. Please say advertised when calling for Miss Mary Williams, of South Frankfoit, these letters. J. G. IIatciiitt, P. M. eviuiug, after a returned home last Tue-da- y Ions' visit to the fainilv of Mrs. Amelia Grseefensburgr. rrnycr-niectinChat-aiiqini Heal Estate Agent, Will practice In tho courts of Franklin and tlio adjoining counf icf, 11ml will also give sjucia Attention to the purchase and nlc ol'rcnl ojtnto collection of rents, claim", and the negotiation oriuans. Office opposite Court lloucc. ' r-- Juno Jt' 23-l- y. !"? "; 71 ,,: wra JUST ItECEIVED BY m 1l ! JTi. Y.B ERBEEICH, Mrob.ant Tailor, w fT ST. CLAIR STREET, BKTWEKN MAIN and J3R0ADWAI Keeps constantly on hand olothes, doo3kln?, ana new-e- st styles of fancy French cassimoros. is prepared to niako theui up on slior notice, and give perfect fitHo s , flRJ lteM Mi-s- es Pi 18 q ting garments, stylish comfortable. fcbS-fl- and g, house-raisin- W. J. DEALER IN 'l , ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell v'2 FOR CASH! WOODFORD COUNTY attho very lowest figures FAIUI .2 iB y. sYS FOB. SAX!!.. acres, Mill from Grassy Springs Church, for half cash anl the balance in one interest. lSuihlitiKs and fences plenty of water on the place. Aug. i8-5- farm of 182 IOFTER myMcCracken's located on the turnpike, one mile sale at 33 per acre, and tma years uito. in good repair, and S. H. HARRIS. Milhille, Ky. rti $100.00 AG-EISTTS- ! A WEEK '4;' We can guarantee tho above amount to good, active, euurg"lic Ladies as well as gentlemen, mnke a success In tho business. Very littlo capital required. We have a household article as salable as flour. drop. ottered the girls some, wouldn't accept at all, They were satisfied his candy didn't 'by the fall. sincerely hope that if we are nlie, l We will have such another lime in and 'y. I hope no one will take offense at this and chew us up. We subscribe oursehes. He lo-1 S-- but they particulars It is used every day in every family. You do nut need to explain its merits. Thcro i 0 rich harvest for all n ho embrace this golden oportu-int- y. It costs juu only ono cent to learn wha our business is. Buy a postal card and ttrito to us and we will send you uur prospectus and felt It Sells Itself! v i "fl vl li And wo know you will derive more good than you have any Idcuof. Our reputition as a compuuy is such that wo can not afford to deucivu. Write to us on a postal nnd give your address plainly nnd receive lull particulars. ng FREE! Toj.tr and Taitv. Sept. BUCK1CYE ij-i- TU'IO'O CO., Flavian, Ohio. 1883. TItEES, FALL TREES, 1883. TREES. Fa? in for Sale. I or rent my offi:r iUfor salk and a quarter miles three farm of acies, So.l. Rodgers. ilUT. To Mr. Joe IF. Sheets and Born. wile, on the 10th int., a son. .loesavs doggoiied il he miisn't have another hundred i.cien of laud and sixty more ewes. ,Mi..s Ben Rodgcis, of Woodford, who nue been viMliug the family of Mr. Harvey Kogei.s lor se er.il weeKs, returned home In- -t S.ilurdiiv, aeeompauied by Miss Ella We nll'er this season an unmually largo stock of FranUtott, adjoining Jones' Station, TIllIKS, entthe Veisnilles pil e. Address of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL on small FRUITS, (IRAl'KVINKS, and everyJOHN A. SIDEXER. thing found in u XunsKiir Kstahluhmknt. 1'iankfort, K). Dec. Wo employ no agents, liescriptivo catalogues on application II.F. UII.LENMEYKU, SSi !M!jTRA9E MARIO Lkm.noto.n, Kv. nov V,LvJhiiJ&l An entirely NfliraMpoiitiAely effective """". 1- Ji& Kernel) for tho ipeety n4 pernutient euro of Sointnal Emissions and Impotcnoy ty tbo city . Direit Ai iii.4'ion to tlv DrlnciiuiSfat r lot U1SCU. 404 true i. M N 'W MJ COAL! COAL! ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Pr'tcee by O.B.MACKLIN. ' wit. tii . . r t .. in en. liie nciviy ll :nwnucn - .t .mi n or i" irucnTciuuut ion dorfl net lattrfcrt mttti th orJIivj urilti t life. Tuli noJe tf trrittncut b Is twir a pronounce Iiucmm. lh"J vttj ttJlttictrstiu lKut Tiici", nnl I'r&it a U no noes rso ecb'M us to tbiitrintion. It co& that it w It fif )rfct lathficta. utely eutrx-ittI CkJct TtleXlkal:'roffJ'ii t t thvmcit nitona) tacani yetdneu re f Jeqt trouU, It Im ly Is r, J of rei ln n4 curing tl.U tt f N t, I lrting a mnntS), 3j N, 3 (inTkirM y t u H Mt ot ll iw mtr, " Wnltflft il prilinMlftt, rvlrfttly 4 tr4)t Vl N". 3fT.(' tkbl OVvrlhrMUmllH, jr"t ill M u Imumm an) Ij nid.1 j:m wrtrx. run fiK)ui r utg itcn runr ' " laatrttloftl btrSillM1tW A r I llaior il u r..i Pon I Irt m IF r JClaJ. fcfcl . .4 f. u.an J for tha iuliM t.1 I I. 4M St, r), n4lu HARRIS REMEDY CO. .Marl.ot uiiil V.r'.r;V.tMVlt at sx? ?, fe- KF'D CHEMISTS, Ml. J I EGBERT SON, MUM t in Mi'uit n t e I'nteuts, Caveat.". Tr.itlo 51arK. ( io rtuliu, fur tlio tfiulea fitatcs. Cunaili, Knstinil, 1'nini'i', Ueiiii my, elc. Hand Hook tiliout l'.itent h 'n t tieo. Tlilitv-ievo- n ears' experience. lMtuntHolitalneil UmiimliMl'.N.N A ri). uro noticed IntlioSriKNTii'io AMi.iucvv.tlio larKcst. lot,nnd ini)3t.iacly(iri'iilatea tcliiitlllo impfi'. W.'.Xlii jenr. Weekly. SPleiiilltl cnuravlnus and Interesting Hpetluieu copy or t lio fsclrn i lie A mer-le"nt freo. Aililrcv MUNN fc CO., Si'lE.vnt'lO AMEiuOAMOfflco.SOlUroaawny, Now York. i nn fs CO., of tho Sfirxriric Ajieuican. nc m Bar - j PvlW fui MESEF-li-S zyr, mi. 'rt i?:fi SKtt ,Zo.sfZutinoiI,lffill:nv.ia tnul Ucrnu.btini Inplutueealedoiivelope'rec.DiiiFKUteuuUltlt. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo A f.ivnrltn 4i.rierlntlnn nf onu nf Ilia inoai hotpu anil r.ueces"iui Boeciainisin imuj.a. (now ietlrcil)i'ortlio cm aotifervowiJMiUUy. X V BHfci8 f? IJUH&$1 Tiiniiiiflrhiij m? nrwa mm 4 & ( li"-- : rt.&: fc fev Wi - I.V. $-:- , i - -' i'yr- r i . V ., " yr- 7; -' .? JViC f' . V. Mr. K r, . &l v There is now a dead lock in the DemoPersonal. cratic caucus which has lasted for a week, Frankfort, Kontuoky nnd prevents the Legislature from electing Snterod at thopost-offloeMrs. W. II. Snecd is quite ill. ' n second olass mallalilc matter. Mr. Jas. Sallell, sr., has een quite ill As this costs the a United Slates Senator. State about $1,500 a day the people oie for the past two weeks. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Miss getting tired of it and want the RepresentaLonndsberry, of Connecticut, is eS. EixT3li3a.er. tives to go to work, Let the headquarters visiting Mrs. E. L. Samuel. be closed at once, the whisky and cigars Mr. Geo. D. Mitchell, of the Paris AdverFRANKFORT. JANUARY 10, 1834. will so on tiser, was in the city Tuesday. shut off and the hindmost man be dropped nnd nn election reached. Mr James Lethearge, who has been very On account of 'the general depression of business, and an unfavorable m ill, was some better yesterday. The Legislature is now in session, nnd il by the citizens The committee appointed tlic people of ttits city expect anything nt nil Hon. Chas. D. J icob, Mayor of Louis- season finding us with a large stock of heavy goods on hand, and being of their Representative nnd Senator it is meeting to look after the suffering poor have ville, wns in the city Thursday. at the same time desirous to raise money, believing in the principle that that they make an effort to secure an appro- distributed coal and provisions to forty Mises Miy and Mary Milwnrd, of Lex- it is better to realize the cost for gonls and replace them with new goods priation for the completion of the. Capitol families so far. If any of our citizens have ington, nre.visitiug Miss Maggie Lewis. season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering! building. We don't think the journal cast off clothing and shoes which they are Mrs. Dan. Sheehan returned Wcdnedav every of the last Senate will show that the willing to give to the ne?dy poor they should from a visit of several weeks to Lexington. them our entire stock of gentleman who represents this district in leave them with Mr. C. Shubinski, who will Mr. Landon S. Coleman has returned that body either originated or advocated the distribute them to several families who nre from Lexington completely restored in mind passage of any measure of very great im- sullering lor want of clothing suflicent to and body. portance to this people, while our Rcprc piotect them from the cold. Mi, .leimie Baker and Mis Mc.Cann', of Ghent, aie visiting Mrs. Lee A Owen, at sentntive was suddenly awakened to a sense The crowd at the State House Monday Jett's Station. of his duty to his constituents near the heel night to witness the proceed'nssof the DemMis OUio Coinpton, who has been visit-inof the session by n strong effort being made ocratic caucus held to nominate a candidate friends in Louisville the past month, has to remove the seal of government. He then for United States Senator was immense. The returned home. labored manfully to get an appropriation gallery and lobbies were so closely packed to has been but the time was too short and his bill was with persons standing up that it was almot theMrs. John E. Miles or three confined on weeks house the pist two n This cut off by the final adjournment. impossible for any one to get out after lie had account of sickness. he seems inclined to look more to the trotten in. Mr W. II. Gray was so over Mis Anna Lyons went to Louisville interests of his party than to those of his come by the heat in the lobby and the Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Anna constituents, as an evidence of which on squeeze he got that he had to be taken Vanarsdul Withrow. Monday night, in the Democratic caucus, home bv a friend. Mr. J. Griff. Cambell has )ecn con fined he took occasion to poor out his wrath weeks with a to the house the past two The ice on the river, which had frozen to severe spell of sickness. against the Republicans "without probable cause." In view of the fact that there arc the thickness of three or four inches, broke Mr?. Landon S. Coleman, of Middletown, some fifteen members of thw Legislature up on Sunday and Monday nnd all ran out Jcffon-ocounty, is visiting her sister, Mrs. From this time forward. As our goods are marked in plain figures, the who are of that political complexion, whose Monday night without doing much damage. Dr. S. F Smith, in this city. public can easily see the benefit to be derived from our liberal offer. Miss Fannie Bovvden, who has been the votes will go a great way towards making Messrs. Told had two err ply cool barges We also announce that only a few weeks remain in which you can reup the 51 in the House ami 20 in the Senate carried ofl and the cribbing nt the Look was guest of Miss Florence Barrett for several so gorged that the Freese has not been able weeks, lelt Wednesday morning for her ceive a chance in our neccsnry to pass any bill he may introduce home in Rmsellville. making an appropriation for the capitol, no to get below that point. Mrs. Win. M. Sallell, of this city, assistLati:r. The barges aie in an ice gorge matter if the sum is only $100, we think he ed Mrs. J. C4. Carlisle in welcoming over mouth of Klkhoru, the river still becould have advanced the interests of his at the three hundred guests at her first reception candidate just as much by keeping quiet. ing blocked below Polsgrove Landing. An in Washington City on the 9th inst. We are very sure the prospects of his bill effort was made to land the wharf boat as it went by the residence of Mr. Cnrr, below passing would have been much brighter. Again, in his zeal for oi,e of the candi- the mouth of Elkhoni, several weeks ago, Bed-roo- m In this city on Thursday, Jnnuary 3d, 1881, to dates for Senatorial honors he seems to by Messrs. Campbell Cnrr, Jas. A. Harrod, Mr. R. L. Crutcher nnd wife, a daughter LilSilver-plate- d have lo&t sight of the fact that the other and S. Waller, but it was too full of water ian. to handle well and they had to abandon it. candidates have friends whose votes will also be very necessary to carry his measure. They saved nil the books and papers in it While this course may advance his own in and some of the oflice furniture. At the residence of her brother, Mr. John K. tereste politically, those of his constituents Woodford For the benefit of the Minoravillc corres- Hawking, in 1SS4, Mien county, on Tuesday, EdmuMA Hawkins, ore suffering thereby, and il we are not pondent of the'Georgetown Times we wiil say, Janunry 15, after an illness of a number of years with December 22, 1883. mistaken he was elected to look after the that the overcoat worn by the workman from rhrumnlUin. Tho deuensed was n sister of Mrs. J. V. Tate latter. this city who went to that place last fall to Mr. James 11. Hawkins, of this city. In our humble opinion, if anything is to do a job of work, and it is claimed carried and At his homo near Uenson, in this county, on be done towards fcecuring the completion of the small-po- x with him, was borrowed from Sunday, January 13, ISSi, Mr. Laiskin Cjiis- the capitol building this session no time a young man who is also employed nt the IIOI.M. must be lost, but steps must be taken at Capital Machine Works, and it had never (Successors to MOIUUS & ALSTROM.; once, and the ball must be kept rolling until been out of this city before. The young or Tiir. condition or THE an appropriation is secured. If our Senator man who owns the coat has never had the to becure and Representative arc poweilcss smnlbpcx nor any of his family, to our of the passage of the bill let our influential certain knowledge as we have lived in the Deposit . at tiu: ci.osi: or iuj.sinf.ss citizens take hold and help them, and not same section of the city with him for the stand Lack for fear of some one else running past ten years. Nowiftheie is any other AND DEALERS IN ASSETS. away with all the glory. Lei's make a way in which the people in that unlbtttinate $167,890 42 stiong effort to have this question settled locality can imagine the disease could have Loans and Discounts Cash 3".757 92 for all time to come. been cariied to them by the workman in Due from Hanks 3.9S5 52 1,900 00 quetion let's hear Irom them, and we will I'urnituie 6 55 The State Auditor has instructed the trv and convince them they are mistaken. Protest Stamps 7P 00 first-clas- s emAttorney General to brirfg suit against the Real Estate 12,522 21 Belle Point. bondoinen of Capt. Ralph Sheldon, late .$218,132 62 Register ol the Laud Oflice, for $1,030 75, Mr. Clms. Sullivan') Utile child has been he is short in his accounts tor the amount year. Jan. LIABILITIES. quite sick this week. the ast year of his term. $77,400 00 Capital Stock Mr. Jno W. Cox has returned home from Old Dividends 239 00 to Indianapolis. The remains of .ludge V. J. Steele, for a Dividend No. 31 3,096 00 Mr. Milton Stevenson visited friends in Individual Depositors 113.152 76 a number of yeara County Judge of Wood-lor' Profit and Los. . 15.47" S9 Mercer county liift week. AND were brought to this city Sunday afterInterest and Discount 15000 W. Walker returned Wednesday Due to Hanks Ilns just received his fall nnd winter stook of Mr. J. noon and interred in the Cemetery. His 8,623 97 visit to lii.s parents in Maine. 6on Frank, who is now serving a tei in in from a m2IS,I32 62 been quite Mr. Cart Sun ford who ha AND FANCY K the Peniteuliiuy for murder, was allowed pick for some time is able to be out again. to go under guiud to his home on Saturday H. H. WATSON, Cashier. Corner of Second and Bridgo Streots, South Mr. .1. W. Chamber hn-- moved into the Frankfort, "Kontuoky. to take a last look at his father. DIVIDEND NOTICE. llendrick property on Fiont and liiidge per cent t ill he paid on the A dividend of four FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, at A TIT 1 1 COS T Editor rh DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Caps, Trunks, &a, ;: Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and ses-feio- AT COST F CASH n GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz: BORN. OIKU. One Upright Piano, value, One Oil Walnut Set, Cooking Range, One $500 100 75 HARRIS & HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. A. G. ALSTROM & CO., STATE IHENX Bank Frankfort, Merchant TailorsT GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MAI3ST 12-- 1 STREET, FASSrECFOEiT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but workmen ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. vi-si- I d, W. T. BDNYAN, STAPLE HARDWARE 4 (41 :f. ?&, J - I About six o'clock Wednesday morning one of the flues in Mr. D. L. Holy's residence took fire, and the burning soot dropped down into a fireplace in the cellar. The fireplace having been unused for yeais, wn filled up with coal, which took fire and the flames spread rapidly to a large lot of coal slowed there. When discovered the fire had gained considerable headway, bui a message was eent to the engine house and one of the engines was taken out quietly, without ringing the bell, and the fhtme.s were soon extinguished. itteet t.ipitnl stock of the Deposit Hank of Tranlvlort on and J DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. . ft'. M The raflle to decide who should have the presents given by Mr. Phil. Selbert to his customers came off at his store Thursday evening of hist week and resulted in D r. Jumes M. Johnton, of Lawrencebnrg, winning the first prize, a morocco case containing 30 pieces of silver, while Dr. Sain. E. James, of this city, and Miss Clara Williams, of this county, tied on 10 for the second, a Wood'ii patent carpet ctrip keeps out gilt French clock, and Mr. D. C. Barrel t water nnd will not rot, juti the tinny for and Mrs. A. G. Aletrom, of this city, and tloorp. For Mile by White&idea & Mr. B. A. Wash, of Alton, tied on 18 for McKwiui. the lowest prie, a silver caster. The ties Fon Sai.k. A good FcconiMiiini up were thrown off the first ol the week when Mi6s Clara Williams won the clock and riet boiler, 8, by 3ft. Apply to Fcrgueon Ac Meek. Mr. B. A. Waah the caster. ol out-fciil- If. H. WATSON, Cash! The singing class will meet at the resi- deuce of Mr. Kolux KogCM next lliursilav evening. ll boat, owned by The Madison, a Hockeibinith it Pence, is aground jut beMR. HAVING ISOUOHTOK goods,I'.I NKWMAN HIS low our wharf. w ill still continue of millinery the iim husinessnt the old stand formerly occupied Mr. Louis Oliver'? little girl had a by Mrs C. 11. Ward. Thanking the public for pa t attack of croup the first of the .reek. She f.nprs, I earnestly solicit a continuance of the same,. MUS. MACiOIKJ. HALI.NAN. isoine better now. FnANKfonT, January 1, 1SS4. The new Council are woiking harmoniousHaing sold ly. The next meeting will be 1st Tuesday Mrs Maggie my entire stock of millinery allgoods to parties J. Halhian, I hereby notify evening in February. who arc indebted to me to please call and settle promptly, as I am compelled to have money. All Mts. Merchant, after a pleasant visit lo poisons who have thinis against me will please prepayment. In retiring the busisent her neice, Mix. Edna (jrinsteiul, has return ness, them forthis method of informing from public of I take the to her home in LoiiUville. the eeiiernus u.itrouauc which thev bae Given me. und hope they will continue the same under the new still draws large management. The Simday-.-chocrowds. A number ol gentlemen from Frankfort were over last Sunday evening. 84 GMND COMBINATION,1 84 Everyone invited. The Quuitelte Club gave their last hop at Pink Cottage Tuesday evening. Thov have disbanded lor the rest of the season. Sorry AND THE LOUISVILLK for thev made excellent music. saw-mi- alter liursday, January 311, IM4. NOTICE. Ilnving tlutci mined to sell as cheftp as the cheapest, I am now prepared to sell &C. Standard Granulated Sugar at 10 cents per pound for one pound and upward; Call and see him at Swigert's old Confectionery A Sugar, 10 pounds for$i 00 standi I Choice K.tra C Sii(;ar, y cents per pound? C Sugnr. 12 pounds for Ji 00; St. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky;, Good Kio Coffee, 15 centr. per pound; And all other goods usually Kept in a first Nov. ii-3- 1 class grocery. Give me a chance to prove the above state meuts. II. K. WILLIAMS. Nov. 10-- tf. C. H. CHIKN, M. D. m Kin HHW 1 wtn M aril 1, V JAS. KI.Y. M. D, DRS. Office ELY & CHINN, 7 SAMUEL AYERS, -- and Residence, Old Crittsnihrt Property, Corner Main and Washington. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, . Offico Hours to 8 A. M., VI to 1 l M , 7 to WATCH 3XA.KEKJ Stret,-frank-fort- . Frankfort WEEKLY Roundabout W." L "STMHONEY CDOCKEBY DKALER IN SAPI.F. AND FANCY COURIER-JOURNA- One o year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than tho price of one, teccive for one year DRY GOOD'S, HOOTIBS, , Successor to H. F. Meek, Main Ivy., continues tho wutoh ropMriiituiloeea ut tho old stand, lly i)roiiiptBd"d cflreful work ho hopos to merit' tho ifrtroaigtef those who desire to have their wutohei replrl without damajjo boinj; dono them. Surveyor' repalrod nnd other instrument!! requiring dclieuto and acouruto adjustment. ooto-pasBos your homo paper with the Gourier-.Foui'im- l, the representative newspaper of the South, Democratic and for n Tntiff for Revenue only, and the best, bii(;hteit and ablest family "Wm'Ulv in the United States. Thoc who desire to examine a same pie copy of the Oourior-J'ourn- nl can do so ' at this office. IJy paying us $2 00 you will In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure in expressing my ontiro oonfldenco ItJ Ayres, and from my long ocquaintancip Mr. loonliully invito you to call and oxnminomy with P. as a workman, do not hesitate to comhim Now and Fresh Stock of Ooods. mend him as every way capable of meeting tho expectation of my former patrons. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, B. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-- tf Scp3.tf. i 6LUIIE. mitidf' sasSH hotessss w; Foil Hi:nt. Two office rooms on lower floor. Apply to Judge Dttvnll. - " ,., V. " t . '. "rjl. nriHUli ; .: ra'jKi.iTC rt'i '.'";;w('v.7 ,',' - r.' r I , - - ..MIVUMn wr" J9tf , BNi i ! FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 10, 1884. GOUNTV FRANKFORT, JANUARY IIICES1 GIRGULAT10N IN CITY AHD ft fr"" Vv- Tfc TRAVELERS. Coamencinff Monday, October 16, th-- following lime table will be in effect on the L. fc N. R. R. for s t vfc thw point. TRAINS BOtlTlt. No. a; No. 17 No. at No. 19 C. &O. 8:15 . M, 3:27 ' M. . . . 4:10 P.M. TRAINS SOUTH. Frankfort. s:sj r. Leave Arrive at Louisville. Sits r. M. 6:40 P.M. Leave 8:30 p. m. I0'55 a. M. Leave Louisville. 10:27 A. M. No. t8 7:00 A. m. j:Sl p. M. No. 32 2:3s P. M. No. 14 leaves Lou. 5:00 r.M. arr. at Frankfort 8:03 p. m. yea r. at. No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5:" ' No. a8 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort 11:03 a, m. Trains No. 03 and 3t both connect for Cincinnati, nrrivinjr. there at noon, and 7:15, v. ft. Train No. 2j connects with train leaving Cincinnati, too p. M. Nos. 23 and at connect at Anchorasc for Shelby-VillFreight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., nnd will carry returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s passtnsers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 37 nnd iS are Sunday trains only, K. P. HRYAN, Agent. Frankfort. t:ts c. r.,., We arc under obligations to Col. R. W. Scott for recent Florida papers. Capt. S. V. Pence ianegotiating with tlic Mail Line Company for the purchase of the steamer Hornet. Mr. W. II. Posey ltas removed his law office across the street to the room in the rear of the cflice Messrs. Morel Si Tralmc. Wood's patent carpet Get one of ! strips for your outside door. They keep out water and will not rot. For Bale by Coasting down the Arsenal Hill from the Whiteside? Si McKwan. Handsome Suburban Property. Cemetery gate to the Capital Hotel Ihih OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, Owing to thn fliinitiiIi(!(1 slzoof tny family I Don't make the mistake of doctoring liver been a favorite amusement with ladies and wish to ilifjio?o of my Imndfunm tesidencn 011 (ho and kidneys to cure consumption. J you gentlemen as well 11s the bovs thU week. Latvrencoljtirg plko. Tin houfo Ims ton rootni, will lay all other remedies aside nnd put ! ! i In thorough repair mid Inn nil ihihIi.tii your trust in )v. wi.-tauaisam 01 wnu The young man who is the possessor of Tlicru nre six acres of ground nttuclinl London. Cherry, it will surely benefit you. Try it for Fire Insurance Association London, to the place. I will yell rithc- turnlehid or una good horse and a nine sleigh certainly coughs and colds, nnd see what an excellent City of London i.unuon furnished. Alilll V to ine on tho nrfHnlm.n nr nt London nnu rrovmciai Covincton, Ky. thu atoro of Oray t llodtnnn. iertus eiisy. lias been in clover the laet two weeks, for remedy it is. Kenton, Ncilf VnrL ilnrirtnnin the roads have been in good condition for . ItoUon.. I'rcscott Buy a truss from Joe LeCompte. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, sleighing nearly every day during that . aug AuK. rjr35f time. First class board wanted by a quiet irentleinan and wile, in n private family of Chief or the Fin; Department, Mr. A. II. McClurc, has appointed Mr. 1$. U. J offers ns refinement and where there are no boarders. Assistant Chief. N6 hotter sckction could have Location central, best references. Address been made as there nre few better workers at "A," care of this office. a fire in the city. AH the old miners of the Hoakdinc. A few boarders by the day department have been reappointed for the week or month. Wanted by Mrs K. D. Mcyear. Kee, at LeCompte house, near Iron Bridge. No, & Storks' While Hall Clothing House 430 Main St., Over Criilt-fiem room of The repairs on the large audience No one enn be ill if the blood is pure. the Presbyterian Church having been comYellow Dock and Sarsaparilla root have for long been recognized by physicians as blood pleted anil it will be occupied cVening services. All are cordially purifiers, Don't be humbugged by the advermorning and invited to attend. The services will be con- tisements of the many quack bitters but occasionally use Dr Guysott's Yellow Dock SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY ducted by Rev. J. McC. Blaney, D. D. and Sarsaparilla.andyou will live to a good old age. tree from all distress of mind and of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Notice. body. Many of our best citizens, who long suffered from bnd blood indicated by weak Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Those of my customers who aitll hold iny kidneys, indigestion, sores, lutlies. etc., owe home. Oct. 25-- tf. tickets for bread I desire to say , that if thev their recovery to the use of this remedy. Geo. Salender's will bring them to Mr. Choice Leaf Lard at C. W. Fincel's. Satgrocery, where I can be found at all times, I isfaction guaranteed. will redeem them in full. 1000 Large com fed hogs wanted at C. All thopc knowing themselves indebted to me will please come forward and settle. W. Fincel's. Frankfort Ky. the o. m. JAMES, PRAISKFORT, FOR SALE G-en- 'l Insurance Agent, I rs IY. convn-nloncc- n. - I , it-i- j 25-t- f. Tohn, T. Cray. - CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, r ., FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. .!! ; o ',m m -- A s' : , ',12 W FOR CASH ONLY. Don't foiget to purchase a ticket for Hon. George H. Wendling's lecture Monday nijjht Hon. Geo. it. Wendling will lecture in for he is one of the finest orators in America. the Opera House, on Monday night, January 21st; subject, "Satan." Having heard The City Clerk's office and the Council this lecture, we most earnestly commend it Chambers have been fitted up in the new to the people of Fiankfort. There is nothCity Hall and are now occupied by the city ing sensational about it. It is full of officials. thought. Its tone is pure and healthy, and which has the manner of its delivery plnces the lecturer The new sunlight chande'ier just been put up in the Presbyterian Church in the front rank ol orators. No one can illuminates the whole building so beuulifully listen attentively to it without receiving both pleasure and profit. that no other lights are needed. BEN. S. ROBBiXS, On Wednesday night the City Council E. A. PENICK, elected Mr. Win. II. Williams policeman FAYETTE HEWITT, to fill the vacancy on the force occasioned VIKGIL HEWITT, by the resignation of Mr. L. L. Conway. JAMES W. TATE. m S. Funs. C. W. Fince! pays the highest price for hogs. The people of Frankfort should patronize the new wholesale and retail coal firm of S. Si .7. H. Told, for they have come to stay. Office at H. R. Williams' grocery, South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can always be found. ready to wait on customers. Many who long suffered from indescribable feelings of distress, lame back, aching joints, sores, swellings, weakness oLthc urinary and digestive organs, unnatural feelings of weariness, headache, nervousness, disturbing sleeplessness, despondency, dreams, partial insanity, etc., nfier doctoring liver, kidneys, nerves and brain, with the various quack nostrums of the day, and being nearly frightened to death by their alarming advertisements, quietly began using Dr. Guysott' Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, and were agreeably surprised to quickly find themselves restored to perfect health. No other remedy equals it. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, I TAKE this method of informing the My stook of p 1 deviations. tblic that from this day I aking no exceptions' or . "m ', ..! STOVES, GRATES, TIN-WAR- E. &C .i is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. .3 ja Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, The Council have uotified the contractors Messrs. Bennett Si Kinjr, to remove the fur naces placed in the Opera House 'by them, as they have failed to come up to the contract. While hauling fodder to his slock, on his farm near the city, one day last week, Mr. A. W. Cromwell slipped and fell from the wagon to the ground injuring his left arm very badly. Mrs. Oscar Clorc, of Henderson, nee Miss Emma Pilkington of this county, daughter of Mrs. Capt. Sam'. Stcekylied suddenly with , heart disease, at her home in Henderson-on Saturday morning at 1 o'clock. 1 t Mr. Ed. Grant, fireman of the steam fire engine, in attempting to blide down the pole Bridgeport. at the engine house Wednesday morning to go to the fire at Mr. D. L. Haly's, fell to Mi. Wm. Seoleld, who has been quite ill is convalescent. the lloor below and was bruised badly. Harry Webber and company played "Nip and Tuck" to fair business at the Grand Opera House ln.t night. The play i'selfis well known as an ingenious farce, in which the abilities of the principals of the cast are displayed in absurd and laughable situations and are themselves veritable studies from Dicken. Harry Webber as "Nip" and Negro as "Tuck" tickled the audience immensely, and in some one of their various peculiar disguises were always on the stage to provoke laughter. Little Carrie Webber is an exceed-ine.lprecocious child- - actress and her per.son- "atiou of Lucy lieaufort, a little mi&s of seven years, was very clever indeed, t he absence of Mrs. Webber at the. bcd.side of her mother, who is dagcrnusly ill, caused a derangement of the cast that weakened it very materially. Springfield (0.) Democrat, This troupe will appear at the Opera House 011 Tncsdtfv evening. Januurv 122. v 'VI ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR S11EKIFF. I hereby announce myself a candidate- for reelection to the efiicc of Sheriff of Faonklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. JOHff T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. W.L.COLLINS. to announce JOHN W. Wo nro authorized GAINKS a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tho will of the Democratic Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SE., & CO., Prop'rs. Clintcaa. Street, party. THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. LIVE, PROGRESSIVE, FOPU&AIt. The Cheapest and Best Family Newspaper In the South, iTcrtlieat Corsior, Capital Square. ui .rtj Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y v" ft- f' ' J( A prominent gentleman in this city, who the bois patent gnte. has heard Hon. Geo. 11. Wendling lecture, Mr. W. II. Hawkins nnd wife have each pronounces him one ol the finest orator" been on the nick list during the past week upon the American platform, and urges The way a lady in this vicinity lueaks every one to go and hear him Monday night. sotting heps live under one kettle five day.-air excluded. No more setting. The Tit for Tat Club.aleap year organizaMr. L. S. Iioherts has removed from his tion of the young ladies ol thia city, met tit late residence, near South Benson, to a Col. It. P. Pepper's on Tuesday night and house on the old Walter Stephen-- , place. spent a very pleasant evening. They meet Bliss and bride, of Lexington, who Mr. again on Monday evening at Gen. John were the guest of Mrs. Win. Armstrong nnd Hodman's. family during the past week, have returned home. Mr. Ben. G. Williams was riding rapidly A lady in this section sayp she is anxious down Ann street Tuesday afternoon, and for the Legislature to pass bill proving for when near the Muiletdioue the horse he the return of discharged convicts so the place was riding slipped on the ice nnd snow. ftoin whence they came. The fall session of the Bridgeport school which covered the btrect, and fell, catching Mr. Williams' legs under him and mashing will close next week. The spring session will commence about the tlr.st of March. It very badly. Due notice will, however, be given of the exact time. Mr. Stephen Black having purchased the We understand a bill has been interest of Mr. W. .1. Chinu in the coal in the Legislature to reduce the introduced number of business, has resumed the business at his school trustees. While we are ready to old Htand, on the corner of Hroadway and admit 0110 will do the work just as we'll ns Wilkinson etreets, where he will bo glml to three, or even a dozen, yet this revision will not inutenilly, enhance the cau.se of educa sco nil his old friends, and will keep contion. What we want is a law lookinn to tho stantly on hand a large stock of all the best pecuniary interest of the school system. One that will insure better uav (or tlu iiiwlim grades of coal. and a greater number of mouths taught in Wo have just received a letter from our the year. It is nronoscd bv those interesiPil tr imiM yotnig friend, Mr. Geo. G. Graham, who is now making; his home at Pequeim, an oyster supper tit no distant day for the ol eilucation this vicinity. The Sonora, Mexico, written in Spanish, showing lieuellt money nccruiur from this somnp tnlA nu.,l that he has completely mastered the lan- especially for the building of a school-housguage during the year of his residence there. in our town, All tavoratile to so laudable Although he sends his love to the girls at mi undertaking are earnestly requested to be present ami home we should not be surprised ere long of enjoymentassist us. jiy ho ioiil' a ilorep will bo vouchsafed to all to bear of his claiming one of the dark eyed present that will amnlv tin. mmi eenoritaa of that sunny clime us his bride. scrupulous. 11 111 e Mr. Rosa Jenkins snys J. W. ,7, ha Otdcrs by telephone promptly attended to. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. All tho Nowa Asrieulturnl Department Children's Corner Complete Market Keporta StiurUlinii MUccl lanuy Thrlllmg Stories. INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, To Old nnd Youug alike. Subscribe for It. J&. SPLSITDID OFFER THE R. Hfl liLUKb m BIOi . . Us fl 'j.3 4 COARSE WINTER . 'A " i 'Si H a v c an i m mensc stock new goods BOOTS & SHOES! They are selling ofl I at prices so low that they strike to' MEDIUM PRICED select from, Tho New Waterbury Wntch, Stem Winding, Nlfkla Case, liamlaoma, durnblo nnd wnrrnntel to keep perfect time. KKTAIL HIICK Till: WOULD OVEK, $&.W. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS WATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Tho Wiiterbury Vatch Company 1m a National repn tatlon for miking tho bait clieup Watch In the World, not one U sent from tho Factory without laving leen run for lx dayi nnd carefully reisulntid. It ruu 27 hour with oue winding, and will hut for v.'UH. Thl Is th farmer's Watch, the'Mincr'fl Watch, tho Laborer' Watch, the Boy's Wutch, tho School Ulrl's Watch In fact, evenbod'ii Watch. Upon receipt of ta.l0 by retjittered letter or money order, tho Watch will bo forwarded bv mall or exiTfc! with charges prepaid, and tho COSf MKUUAL will bv mailed regularly lor 0110 year, postage tree, terror to all Call and exam- - 0 ONLY S3.50, CaU and them 'o.QOTS & SHOES competitors. a at your. earliest conven- lcncc. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. I' '" th - stock is fresh. 'ji . HATSeCAPS. , ;-- ANOTHER OFFER. For a Club of twelve Subscribers to tho WEEKLY COMMEKCIAL and SIMM, the getter up of the Club will bo presented, nit charges prepaid, with 0110 of tho Wutches, which will cost &I..VI Buy wliero uud et ery where, Bend for sample copies and go to work. Address 4$ THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW STYLES! NEW STYLES!! & M ', f- Efc " i i -- - - ' ' ' - i. 9 ElwmMd, Cnt. Thu dry ellmofn coroi. Nose, Iliioat, LuQt.s, fall lilon, CG p., routo. cost, free. MNITABIUM. 0 r.. si w FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, As Others See Us, We clip the following letter Daily Prens and Knickerbocker, tit Albany, New York. olio erected by the State to Kentucky's sons who participated in the Indian and Mexican wars, prove the most interesting. Sonic from the vandals have marred the former by chippnig published ofl' pieces of the sculptor's art to carry awav mu MARRIAGE WVN' Illustrated. 3 Mpfo and io & Rifely, i m BIZ li FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Between the Bridges. Wlint n If ami llnttk' Correspondence Owen Tinsh'y's favorite doj:. Marry, neil Frank lort, the Capital of Kentucky, is B'twelve veais, froze to death Thuisdav the situated upon the Kentucky river and ntim-be- is 10th. a population of about 0,000, whose and Wcarehapyy to cay that Mis. T. B occupations are principally with saw lei ies plaining mills, machine shops and distil .lohiifon hits cntiiely recovered from her while law and medicine aie well represented, illne.-K4 as well as religion. Its principal busbies We have a new hlaekrmith in our town streets aie Broadway, Main and St. Clair; b the name of Lucy, who will work with the nomenclature ol the others are nnlamil-ia- r Mr. JtiH. Rankin, sr. to the inhabitants and the houses are The cold weather Sunday evening did not unnumbered. The corporation possesses two steam fire prevent the Alton Lvm Iroin making their engines, hooks and ladders and has an iihiiiI visit to this neighborhood. ellicient police force; a city hall, lately com Mr. Charlev Hire, of Boone county, who pleted, in which is a pretty, little opera in the neighborhood house, and a fine, large buck school house, has been for sevei.il tluvs, returned home last Mon- with play grounds of ample proportions, day. delightfully located upon the south bank of Willie Rankin ays he put his old sheep the river, in which about oOU pupils receive in the ooruerib and kept her there two dajtt, iiirtructiou from an able piiucipal and ten is she hau'nt walked very teacher-'- : the childien by their neat uppear-anc- e and the and happy faces giving assurance of What is good for her? niiiiblo fcinee. the success ol the school. Theic are also Me-r.John Jenkins and Eddie Bluhe numerous select schools, among them a left last Tuc.-d:.-y lor Louisville, the former large one under the caie of It. C. nuns. maieiial for his blacksmith to piticha'-The hotels. the'Cipital" and 'Buhr's" are nbop, and ihe latter to get a position us calculated to satisfy the most fastidious house. drummer for a guests. And here let the traveler make a The went her was eo severe Inst Fridav note, fail not at Lexington, Ky., to eat a evening that our oung ladies declined to mtal at the "Phoenix Hotel," the It. R. nllenii tnc hop at Alton, hut two ol our restaurant. The traveler's impressions in approach bo)s laced the etorm and put in an appeai-ancing rrnnklort are most pleasing, and lie is and report that it wa just splendid. reminded in passing along Broadway on the The good work ha nheady commenced, L. C. A: L. It. It., one ol the oldtst in the Job's girl called on htm Friday evening and union, of some quaint old European or staved until Sunday and .lob's mind became French Canadian town. .From the car so flulr.iied thai he lost eiiilit of his calves window inny be seen the state house and and it look three men nil day Sunday to grounds, a square of some ten acres, a park find them. of trees between the street and buildings, Bovs, von hould not venture out this cold the whole enclosed by an iron railing six weather without ear mull's on. Look what feet high, of forbidding aspect. A broud, black ear-- Charley Juban and G. Ctrter brick sidewalk is laid outside of this railing, have in consequence of their not shielding bom which no one removes the snow, while Providential thoie important members from the bleak for cleanliness it depends uponpark being a rain; in the centre of the north wind'. large urn to receive the waters from a If nil common school teachers were like fountain. Almost in front of the main gate, those we have seen just from under the in the middle of the Broadway sidewalks, tutoi'-p of Col. It. D. Allen, we would stands a primitive order of pump vvhor,e certainly agree with him that they are a elongated handle must prove einbarassing to nuisance but he must jemember that they the stomach of an individual who in darkJONES BROS., Proprietors. are not all brought up under his direct ness may stray into its path. guardianship, and molded and fashioned Situated in the middle ol the square is an Mar.alacturcrsof all kinds of New Work, tor alter his own heart, consequently there are edifice, the Capitol, apparently about 50x many common school teachcis who, not" 100 feel, with a hexastyle portico of Ionic Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, withstanding their reduced wages, are doing order in front, approached by stone steps, the perhaps as much good as the lion. Colonel. front wall pierced for one door only; the STEAM GAUGES, Hanks and rear walls are plain, the windows Punch and Judy. BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. showing the building to be in two stories. The roof is surmounted with u cupola, quesfigyContracts for New Work innr.y pait Mrs. Dr. Ilorine visited Mrs. R. M. Wiggs tionable in propoitions and in design. To of the State. last Monday. one ignorant of its purpose, the front of this Mr. Richard Carter and neice left Tuesday edifice would impress him as its being a One door west of corner Ann nnd Broadway streets for theii home in Alabama. April s6mausoleum, lioni its lacade's resemblance North Side, Frankfort, Ky. of the Temple of Theseus, erected Miss Laura Wines was the cuist of Miss to that about 800 B. C, to receive the ashes of the Sallie Sharp one day last week. national hero when removed from Scvros to Possibly, in the building first Misses Lela and Hatt'e Tinsley spent the Athens. mentioned, mav lest the "constitution ol day with MKs bailie Sharp last Sunday. Kentucky," made in and lor slavery times, Mr. an Mr .. Fiank Crutcher, of Grrcfens-buiwhich Iventuckiaus are pulled over just niatlt a .lying visit to Woodford county now, as they are infoimed that it can't (this last week. is tiie familiar vvoid) he dimmed! The loot AN ORGAN OF ol the poitico suppoits a flag stall', which, Hardiniville is just booming. Had a show since the 1st inst. has, in a unique mode, Ii Line Monday and Tuesday night with quite a large informed the spectator that the Senate and J 'e attendance. House ol Representatives of the grand old And Moral Forces. in session, viz: from the Messrs. Thos. Collins and Gcorce Rayan, Coiinnonweallh nre Alton, passed through oui town Wednesday, halyards, near the truck, is the remnant of AN EMttllT OP and Mopped king enough to have a chat with the blue ground and white stars ol a flag, old, soiled and in shreds; just below tins is tome young ladies. Monopolies, Oligarchism, a streamer of dirty bunting ol strips ol two Dr. J. R. Johnson, fotmeily a citizen of led and one white snipes, and below this if AND TIIE this place, but now traveling for the Sayers another snip of flug, ttie color undescribable it Stoville Buggy Co., ef Cincinnati, has been the whole lot ol rags only fit lor a junk in our nvdst for three or four days. The shop. And ull this is supposed to be the AS EMBODIED IN Doctor looks well and hearty and talks a stars and stupes thrown to the bree.c with BV1I gi eat deal about sonic beautiful young lady t lie above mentioned intent. near Danville, Ky. West ol the capitol is a low, two story, WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAbrick building about 10G0 leete After about two months stay in our midst Has no superior .! a great family .md politJ. J. Smith, the photographer, left Monday lirr-- t lloor almost level with ground line, this ical paper in the newspaper world. Its morning for 1U f.ither'.sjiome, and took with buck walls of nondescript color, having ciruihucm v, .MANY TIMES LARGE It femib niiu the Hearts .. ol some Hall uomii of our been luiinttd at a very remote period ol time .. t t.. ..i is and making an impleading coutrai to the .!..! than any political newspaper in the South, limns. .ui. niiiiiu moil uc.iuiiiu vuuuy i.i:. and is excelled by hut few in the Uiiin.il traly a ladies m.in, and pioved himself to be biighl gieen blinds. This building is used State.. It contains, etch week, the iii'.st an uptight and honorable gentleman while b State department, although the decomplete summary of the news of the world, here, and we legret very much th.it he has pressing Hppeaiunce would lead one to and its tdilori il columns vHt.iiry Wattirsun, nre always able, stroui; and left us, but feel hopeful he wilt pay our town suppose it wiib an alms or pest house. bright. Among- the an occasional visit. is the section of a new IM'KCIAL FUATUKKS Kast ol ibe capiiol arc Telegraphic Specials from all the leadhtuldufg, whose east uoith ami ing point', in the Unilul States and Kiirupe, Cold weather never stops Squire Tinsley. lie llnee of stone, elected in Italian lucude.s are .Serial .md hliort .Storici.T.ihnagi.'s. Sermons made his winding up nip to Bullitt county the day after delivery in Brooklyn labs.r-Et last week, and collected all the money for stle ol arch lecture, the west wall ol biicK icle, Market Reports, Fashion Letters, K$' 'I his is occupied by the Court ol Appeals, which he sold the T. B. Johnston farm, lie 'lurf.md Stock Reports, Answers to Department, Poetry and Desays he came near frceing to death while geological and other Stule ollices, is much partment lor Children, No Home in ilie gone, but had nionev enough to keep the in- higher than the capitol, while the Utter is should be without it. couittr) ner nun warm. I'ersons owning Bullitt lunch higher than the brick adjunct, makSUBSCRIPTION TERMS. fai ms and desi.mg to sell them would ing the skv line distrersing loan aitisls eve. county Daily, $13 a year, hiiudiy. $j a y;nr, we'll to g've the 'Squire a call, lie is inWeekly, tsinle Copy, one ear, pi 50, Five do Stand in Broadway, or Main siieets and Copies, one cai, ;55) Altera club of fie fc deed .x good real estate agent. Wouldn't he lacing the eat, one sees on an eminence, a lia. been sent lis the rlub raiser can, e good County Judg. ? ina've a line hiick building, uho-architecluial throughout tin: )ear, add single suberip-lion- s as received at our lowest club rate ol militai defence tells us thai it is the race between the leatuies $j lofur yeirly stihvriptinns Yearly Mil We are sr.iry to slc the Suite Arncunl. Under tin- - is the tunnel, senptious only can be rcceit ed at tin rate can lidntes foi .shciiff waxing so w.uni this than a jear arc i for 8 runs the L. C. k. L It. It., Our terms fur admit thiough which early in the canvass, .md we months, 75 cent for mouths, 50 cents for and nlo'ig ihc noilh bank ol the Kentucky that both of the candidates, John V. Gaines 3 months, ri it. A sample copy of the Weekly .md V. L. Collins, have made good and efis sent free of cli ir(;c fur examinaAbout one quarter of a mile east ol (he ficient .sheiiffs. We think that Mr. Collins tion on application, Liberal cash commisaiseuai is the ceineiery, a loiclv spot on a sion allowed canvassers, nnd outfit scut ought to hive it for at least the nest teiui. Address them free of charge And we further asktlhe privilege to sitggc-- t that plateau nearly :J()0 lu-- above the river's w. n. hai.di:man, Col. h. I. M. Majoi be elected Public Pi inter wateis and liom which to the uoith, south il Co, President and west a charming pauoiamii ol scenery Louiswllc, Ky, f jr the nct term of oflice. ma be viewed. Ju it, on ,Xiiiub duy, the Punch and Judy. gras-- was quite gieen, while the l.olly and Us led lien les were to be seen here and Go to Howard Bro 's for fine cara- there, Many uppiopriuie and hutdsome mels and pure homemade candies, monuments are heie erected, but to the stranger, Daniel Boone's und the military Office. north end bridge. c I r '' comical noim sheep liella tnnke on Meigh horse?. Mis Snllic Sharp onlleil on Mife3 Lelia TiiiU'y, Sund.iv inoiiiiiij:. Description of the Capital of the Most Noted States in the Union-- Its Streets, Squares, Buildings and Institutions. FiiANKfoitT, Ky., Jan. 5. of the Press and Knickerbocker. s. le.-u-lt K e Dry-goo- ds e. ! as uiomcutncs. North nnd east of the cemetery stands a STMfcET, OR. WKITTIElteTO OHIO, handsome, substantial, lnrge in proportion .1 hn Krent spoolnllst. Nprvona tn HfnlriA Pnnaillfntlsn nnrl rflmnhln frrn. brick building, wherein nre kept iinfortun-nt- c WWWi..rfU of the State, the "home for children," mi honor to the Stnte, its mngttillcence reflecting credit upon Dr. J. Q. Stewart, the superintendent. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS Franklort's population in addition to its Used throuchout tho country own pres", the Daily Yeoninn (D.) and XHOXL CdlTBXt. CTATtH, Weekly Houndabout (It.,) depend upon the And thus proved the ComCincinnati and Enquirer The Best Liver Medicine In the World, mercial Olivette and the Louisville Courier-JournTfo Grlplns, PohonousDruitu, but pnirly Voito t.iblo. afo nnd re liable Prescribed even by for the news of the da. A Rpoedy euro for tlvor Complaint, Jtccnlntlmr tno The State Penitentiary occupies a square, lloucfj, Purlfylnitho Blood, OicnnMnirfrnmMnliirlal 'I'nint. A pcrlVsct cure for Nlcli Itondnclic, surrounded by a high stone wall, three C'oiiKtlpntlnn und till Kltliini lMnordcm. blocks from "the Capitol, Some convicts, Sold by DruBRlKlH. For PntniihlotH, etc., ndHross C. . UVL.Lt A CO., 18 Ccdur Ht N.Y. City. as they are termed, may be seen daily in the streets, in their striped suits, diiving drays going upon inesas.'es, etc. As LUXA several of them are sons, gentlemen, life &Sw ktbtoPhDEBIiitt; convicts, their gold stmN, jeweliy, etc., nre crruel) (catiicicbJd caT, Aai. mnicrcu' o'j. in striking contrast to their garb and to the ill":n cr, 'J p1.111.aijetaliM ln!3Ii4 piiTfrian, rcmui inferior oidet of convicts. The color line is from frccln)jUcao3, stiickly observed in this institution. BiiLttTrrlmlnwor'', Io Upon the onth west corner, diagonally Bet tcirporlo wkllo C3Ch , tvlr l im . .. rt,w tu ..,"- - J is the Govacio-- s from the Penitentiary, A.nt.1 hftn IPIft.ft.l itra. Ul.llll.l.l. cn bf rrc.cntlouj claims ol ernor's mansion, an unpictending two story rcmoilcj fc tlicil AEciicalCuro trouble. Oct our trcj clrM' building, somewhat elevated nbove the streit rem nal lir nal trial packasa bctoro level and now occupied bv one, of whom all l'irn tinrortant fnct tiling trentnent democrats may feel proud, Pioctor Knott. Take a rrmcJy that has cured not In tln9i3nli. ael These tew lines, hurriedly indited, fail to tcrftrc n 1th attcntl to IMPGTENGY. or cauw pa'n or locoa. it may do justice to Frankloit, and yet ouiidcil cn fcI cn!cncc. prlnclrUs, bring it before the notice of some who may tSS"Sceted for over O tn'MoIn riolltolor Qnl rcputw (Iron In fai whose be ignorant of'tne capital ol a state yoaro by use la thou tbii. WrectsprllcatlJnMtho nnkcsln ip3tcatcfdlea-sons and daughters have brought Kentucky eanda of caes. Cllio inuncrcn iw uuuu 4day. TI13 natural nina. and who prominently befoie the world tltas c f tho human orrnu I'm tro rcitorcd. Thj lietetutoie have associated it with horses XQZ srlmatinK elements of TRIAL and blnegras. As to bluegrass, there is no llfo Tililch ham beca am e'a oaci. PACKAGE. il is a lovely green that glows bluegrass tho rauen. n4 wwn gain oherrful instead, and as to horses, those to be seen in ctrcegtu rcpiaijr. eritin inDCCQ any citv, town, or villiage in New York will Chemhtt. HARRIS REMEDY CO.,M'Ps Mo. more than compate favorably with the 300 North 10th St., Bt. Loafs, hor.-e- s in any pail of Kentucky. ONE UOUIH'S 'f REATMUT, $3 2 U0NTH3,$5 ; 8 MONTHS. $7, In conclusion, 1 may mention that upon the north bank of the river, near the bridge connecting N. A:S. Frankfort, the govern- KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. ment is erecting a U. S C, II. & P. O. ot Bowling Green. Politic limestone, Queen Ann stvletn design, OixfiS feet, upon ground The direct line and popular route between Central und GO feet in height, which promises to be Kentucky, and the North, Kast and West via Cincinan ornament to the city. Frankfort boasts of three banks, gas com- nati. pany and water works, stieets and allevs well nine i.hmiized and good pavements mid Ouick Time, Close and Sure a street'siipetintendent (Brawner) who is the right man in the right place. weak-minde- All that tnedonbtfnl curlonnorthouc&tfnl'wnrl to. Know, uotn una guilt uinr.m iki '.pnnorSJr.I.tnr-J- l rirureGulclo.114 plfo.BPnt Rented, mones oratt.b KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR WSWWl PfflLUrl, tub ONLY NEW YORK. d WO PnEWJTHING. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE 40 A SOLID TRAIN PKOVt al LOTJISVILLB, Cincinnati, and TO trif-ty'- s Lexington, Ky. asm InJI'crt-tljn,t)0 t PROF. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOR IV NEW YOBK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO e.)-- i Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AN buil-ne- 1 ALL o VI&BINIA & NOflTfi CAROLIOIA FOISTS For tickets nnd further Informntion npply to your nearest ticket-officor address James C. L'rnst, Qenornl Western Agent, Louisvillo, Ky. C. V. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Gencial Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, M 1 Richmond. Virginia. TrrW "3r fWT JMF XMiVlr ffllQUISVILLE &"nASHVILLEr1 l Con-nection- s. TO THE ira MACHINE WORKS, TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve. Covington Falmouth i Cynthiana . . . . a3. 1883. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN No. 2. 8 00 No. 4. No. 18 pmijah Nashville, Arr Paris . a in 3 00 p n 9.35 a in 4.35 p m 10.4J a in 5.38 p in Lve Paris . . . Arr Lexington Lve; Parish, 6 go p in 11. 15 11 20 a mi 0,20 p m 12 os p m 7.10 p m am nun ni ROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Millersburg . Le. Carlisle Lve. Arrl . . 11 25 12 50 2 is Le, Ma3ille,. Richmond Paris Winchester -t Arr. Stanlord Junct. . . . . . . Lancaster.. . . ... . 4 p p p 00 p a m in m m m 6.20 p m 6.40 p tn 700 p m 8.30 p m 6.20 p m 8 00 p in 9 10 p m 12,4s P ni 4.20 p m 5 00 p in Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsvile, Mobile, and New Orleans., TRAINS NORTH. S'l ATIONS. No 1. THE WEEKLY No, 3. 111 No 17 g COURIER JOURNAL! Lc " " ' Rtinford Junct, Lancaster Richmond . . . . . . . 11.00 a Winchester . Arr. Paris L"e, M.iysvillc . . " Cirlisle Arr. Paris Coo 11 24 .1 m a m i:.4S p M 20 a nil 2 25 p 111 7 8,1s a m 3.10pm 2,10 p 111 Coo p in 1.15 p m will rceeivo special lkJ JiUlUllAll low lluo of this road rates. For Houtp?, . . . " Millcrsburg . , . . Lvc.tll.cxington A r r Paris . . Lve. Paris. . JL1! " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth. . Arr. Covin?ton . No. 9'oo a. in, 25 a m 8.15 a m 8 50 a m1 .1 ml 11.30 a 111 6.00 7,30 7.50 8.15 7.20 a in 12,40 p m a m 2.0S p in a m Hates, 'lime, tto., seo L. P. Buyan, Agent, Frankfort, or writo to 0. P. ATMORE, Q. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky, S. F, Smith, M. 1). O. A. D. Bscwn, M. a in 3.10 p m a ml 2.15 p m 2 29 p m P 310 pm 3.10 p m 3.18 p m 4 55 P ' 6. to p ni Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians ODico Spirit of Subsidy, L t leaves Lexinpton 6 00 a. m.. arrives Mays-ill- e No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p.m., arrives Majsville 8 30 p. m. No. 27 leaves Maysville Oooa. m., arrives Lexington 9 10 a. in. No, 28 leaves Maysillc 12 40 p. in,, arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m. No. ii leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arri cs Falmouth 7.20 p m. No. 5 leacs I almouth 6 15 a, m , arrives Covington 8 10 a. 111. , Nos. 3 and 4 1111 dtily hettt ecu Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. Surgeons, FRANKFORT, KY. Church, S. and rotfidenoe next door to tho PaptUt Clttir street. SEW PLANISU MILL. Hal-root- ed Hpeciul Iviitcslo time-card- 2inijKrnntH. (. '. l.ctitor-in-fJhic- f, connections, etc., For tickets, rate, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. HKOWN, Ucn'I. Pass, and Freight Agent. (). V. HF.NDF.R, Supt. Covington, Ky. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having rcocntly udded to his Establishment First-Cla- ss f if! Finning Mill, to furnish Is now prepared nil kinds of 9 uwwioj n KENTUCKY HIVKIt PA(;KKT, sMUgd mnJol m ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 & Turnin Gotten out in tho Dest Stylo. tf. JI s. V - " -- , - t ri nr v FANNIE FREESE! Ic ill inilting her rOjculnr tiiM Inmi Frankfort Shu Ioiwh FritnUfiirt iivcr.i to Louisville, morning ami Sitiinl.iy ovinin, mill r.ilt's ht Wcd-iiftKlay '',.i tc-- s C v Courier-Journ- al t Courier-Joiir- n Tho mo niMihuiiii n nnv othor trftiispnrtntiiin. Fnntiiu Frtwe bolnnj;' to I'r.uiltfort nnd to Oipt. unit why not jmtniniu hir' S. V. Special ratoK mi nil t'roi,lit fc'itin fouth or vvt'.--f aim tliimi'h bllU of linllns xlvot), v S. V. Pzoo, s BKN FREEMAN, A. B. WILLIAMS, A'jcnt, J',oi,'r. Distf Ms'lilni )i' 1TRA1 L. Job Work Neatly Exe cuted at this jdffd'. MOPBIITORS. R.ESELLERS&Ca Jllliu PITTSBURGH. PA. 'J-- ly July 14 tf. v at -- 'it , ; r s '. ' ' . ', ., ' " J", :' . y