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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1884 fra1884012601 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. 1 JJM DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 20, 1884. KENTUCKY RIVER. your peopleyee to this that this Trent artery ofcoininerce.which will bear upon its bosom bo many millions of wealth, should receive tie enrlic-- t and fullest attention at Is it not the dutv of Mr. Willis (not as a Kentuckian and LouUvillia merely, but as an American Ucpresent'itivc) with a knowledge ol the wealth within the country drained by the Kentnckv. river tu see that full jvtice is done hei? For more than a dozen years since the war all other sections and States East, Vei, Noithand South have shared in the appropriation contained in the River and Harbor Bill except Kentucky Should we not therefore be entitled to have our loss of time made up, and appropriation sufficient for continuous work both at Bcattyville and down the river, and locks Xos. 3 and 0 aid up the river, until the whole is completed K. It. lo"-s- Number 19. WM. " - Tobacco Hogsheads For Salu! IfcOUMAlY TSAW-MIL- Ac SNEED, hoss-head- NEAR RAILROAD ItlUDOE, A n article hand a t constantly on offer forfirst cla-- cither set of comvale, which they tii knock-dowcheap for cash. hpeci.il plete or in the Patronize home Industry. prices on car load lots. Dec. is-4- m. A Word for Beatty ville and Estill County in the Aproppria- tion Asked for Opening the Eiver. From Coiirier-Jourm- t, Jan. t8, 12. Choice J Coal Cheap. Editor 11 Coin icr-Joi- n tial: GEO. B. MACZS&ICT, V iuiimTii tli inst., in reference to tliu Kentucky Union railroad, commencing at Hedges StaDOUBLE SCREENED tion, on the C. and ()., inidwav between A LI. KINDS Winchester, running eastfor family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Ml. Steilinjj-anward into the, tnountaiiiH ol Eastern KenWeight, Hottom Prices. tucky, induces me to ask space tor another portion ol our mountain coutitv, which, in Telephone connection No. 3G. tact, is the moat wtluuhle portion of it, and' which Louisville ought to seek the patronage ol, and make tributary to herself. I ruler to that pot lion of the country known FRANKFORT. ICY. Dec. uh the Three Forks of the Kentucky river. The Commonwealth ceded the Kentucky liver, Iroui its mouth to tiie Three Forkn, to CATALOBUE. d Franki out, .Jan. Your article of the Bridgeport. Welcome, Tola and Talfy. Pancnkes and maple molasses next. And still the party epidemic prevails. Mr. .Ins. Sargent, jr., made a business trip to Woodlord county this week. Little Bessie, infant daughter ol Mr. R. A. Hancock, has been quite ill recently. Born. Ian. 11, to Mr. Sam'l M. Cous-we- ll and wife, a eon; weight 12 pounds. Mr. Henry Carmer. of the K. M. I , paid his irientl, Wilder Dupuy, a viit hist Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Freeman, who has been sick during the past two or three weeks, still remains quite ill. Mises Ethel Cook and Serene Mourland are spending the week with relatives nnd friends in Shelbv county. .Mr. Flem Parker, of Shelby county, was in the village last Tuesday, the gu'eit o' Mr. J. B. Russell and wife. Misses Lillie Russell and Alma Scofleld "pent a lew davs in Alton last week, tiie Miss Minnie Robeits. guesti-o- f Willie Crockett has returned to his home in Woodlnrtl county, nfter a month's visit to friend and lelatives iu lhi- section. Com is rather scarce in this vicinity. Several of our larmer-- i ate necessarily d to buy in Older to meet the home consumption, helby county being the place. Mrs. M. Terry, ol Madi-o- n county, u Julius been spending sometime wiih her son Joe. and fuinilv, left last week lor Shelbv. eoiintv to visit her daughter, Mis.v X. 1 Trihble. lli'V. H. P. Iluimppfniil nl S!liollivvillf. ,lt. ettIv eU.c,e,, lor o( Xen. Sm,th Bl.,. fi0 chinch, will preach in this village next Saturday and S lav, Febraarv 2d ami 3d All are coidiallv mv'ited to attend. Theie will be an oyster supper at 'Mrs. Mar.v Jenkins' next Fiiday night Tin proceeds will be in building to a school-hou-- e Come out in this place. come all and contribute to so laudable an undeilaki'ig. As we have before slated-"degree of enjoyment will be vouch-alc- d to. all present that will satisfy the mo-- t eom-elleu-- ed her . The bereaved family have the symCROMWELL, pathy of the entire community. The teachers and scholars of the Sunday-schoo- l Attorney-at-Lawsurprised their Superintendent, Judge Gnines, Wednesday evening by meeting at AND his home and bringing with them presents in the way of cnllec, sugar, Hour, etc. I would suggest here that theie arc a nuinlcr of families in town who would be glad to receive Will practice In tho courts of Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, and will also give spccla presents of this kind. attention to the purchase and sale of real estate m collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation Tiopra of loons. Offico opposite Court House. Juno When will wc have another snow? Habits have been unusually plentiful this winter. Mr. John C. B. Lea and wile visited JUST RECEIVED BY friends in this place lat week. Little Mr. Jimmie Martin, of Woodford county, visited relatives in this viciity last week. The weather is getting terriidy uncertain and there is no telling what a day inAy bring flff .' 1 , t. Hoal Estait Agent, 25-ly. M s ' 14 JJ lonh. Snuire Tram, wife and daughter nnd Mr. . .. i 0 rI Israel Rodgers paid us a living visit hist I uesday. Mr M.irrifi- En It ins him rninnv.il fnim this neigh bin liood and located nearPevton i, Shelb) count v. - V. BERBERICH, Merohant Tailor, W pf ST. CLAIR STREET, SISITT PAGES. Diamonds, Doll and Star Watches, SILVER-PLATE- D WA.RE, French and American Clocks 8pectaelcs and instructions how to use your eyes7 Wo arc giving interesting prices. Send for o. OTIS W. SNYDER, V. Up pa Slnct. Manufacturing .Tovveler. I.rxingtmif Ky. TRUSSES! aim, nuv S3.00 XOV 0K OF V. Genuine SUmped "I, B.SEELEY, WARRANTED, aaa ?"0& Trade Mark. I tared. & BMA. Ve.tOoaeTC. Ito.i, Xo.4. Ve.1. Made in Every Form. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. HUST. WILL NOT UUHAK OK Every ono sent out wnrruutod. They aro indorsed by Drs. Gross imd Agnow, of Philadelphia. Tboy are the host. Coiuo and seo them. Nq obargo to show. For tale by JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. EGBERT a speciality. & ouss, Sign, and Ornamental Painters 8Plnin and Decorative j Paper Hanging ( SON, Orders left at AveruTi drug store will be prompltt iieaucu io. April ic-- the general Government a fe.v year-- hack, in consequence of which several appropriations have been made by the Congress, with which the locks and dams from the mouth of the river to Frankfort have been throughly repaired and navigation permanently There is an appropriation, as yet opened. untouched, for the erection of a dam at Beattyville, opposits the mouth of tiie south ioik ol the river, the middle and north torUs coming together two miles above. It is now confidently expected that the next liver and harbor bill will contain appropriations lot dams Nos. J and 0, next above Frankfort, and one more below 'I Ins last one becomes an immediate necessity upon the construction ol the one tit Ueattyville, reasons lor which are lullv leporleil to the Government, I understand, by the olliceis having the work in cliaige. The period ounht to be in the near luiure when the riveis will be slack watered to thcTuree Folks. This being done, coal ol the Miiest quality can be shipped to Louisville lor a lower pi ice than ever before sold at in that city. The cost ol mining will be the same per bushel as at the Pennsylvania mines, and the descent from the mouth of the entries into the lulls, will in many instances be by incline directly into baizes, whereas railroad transportation for befifty miles is requisite in some instance,-fore teaching the binges within the pools at down the The Kentucky lockage free will be cheaper, be, cause of snorter travel, and, when yurdwl, will stand it better than any coal' piobably ever shipped down the Ohio liver. J'he co.il inetchaulr at Ftaukfort will bear witne-- s that Beatty ville coal lias been in Uieiryanls lor years without slacking a particle, and at all times commanding a cent,, or two more per bushel than Pittsburgh am- other coal earned to the mnylcet. he seam isaloui-toseam and ?,ver. See Piof Owens report, first vol inure, page 210. ho ' Kill loi the co. 1. The limber upon themain streams of the Kentucky and theiry tribnlaiies - uusur-pan-probably by a.v in the ..oild. The walnuts at the heuduuteis ol the Middle Ioik and the Line u.'ntl other lirauches ol the Nutth Ioik u(i next to Black and Pine mountains, ureuiiwpiukd, as believe, in all Ameiica All tiiis limber will have to pass dow n the inain stieams co.ning into the uppermost pooKat Beattyville. The timber Irom the Upper Kentuckv now supplies ten mills at Fianlilort, the lumber from which is daily shipped to Eastern markets, as far East as Boston. Millions of acres of land are diaiuedAiy the upper tributaiies of the Kentucky which are covered with timber of tiie llnest quality known. The iro$ ores of Estill and Leo counties are of thuIted river kind, principally kidney ore. Tlifc beat iron made iu the Went is Irom thef lied river iion establishments, which is consumed in ear wheels. This cliaractjer of iron ore is upon both sides of the Keiitncky in great quiuiliue.-- in Lee county, the counjy seat ol which is Beattyville. jEstill below is equally favored. Tlii is the character of country which 1 would have liihutary of Louisville. But will jLouisville herself have it so? Is she not more- iuteiested in the slackwaler improve ment ol the Kentucky river than any other people within the Commonwealth? When iiitproved as contemplated, as a matter ol iuic's-itwill not coal, iron and timber ll'Lal down to the ciiy ol the lulls? Nature litis so ordained, apparently, and will not tllie enterprising people ol your city aid in I his is urlheriug otijects so desirable lout the only portion of the mountain oiiulry which can not bo circumvented by inciuuati. has already, by her Ciiiunuuti South era Kentucky Central, secured everything east of Frunkl'oit, within the influence of liieseioads, Lexington, Ueoigetown, Paiis jaiid Winchester being but suburbs ol Hence il it it possible for Louis- vine to secuie uiu poruou oi our vast, lesourceu, should sliu not do so by all the means within her power? It is tit, there-torthat a Louisville Representative in the Congress is Chairman, and has charge of the River and Harbor Bill. Then ought not Beat-tyvill- BETWEEN .MAIand flllHVvw J3E0ADWAY ? IlATCIintiO fflHRPx .fK--t- Watches, Fins Clocks, Engr&?ing, &c. e. SAMUEL AYEKS, t'ORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KKN1UCKY, i1 rl iMr Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dooskin, ana new-e- st stales of fancy French cassimeros. He ii prepared to niako them up on shor notice, and give perfect fit- ,i'. ting garments, stylish comfortable. fcbS-O- and WA.TCH HAKEU, e 1883. Sueoessor to B. F. Mtek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues thovvntch repairing businest t the did stand. U.v promptness nnd cirelui work bo hopes to merit the putron-igof those Wo offer this season nn iiniisunlly larse ."took who desiro to have their watcher repaired with-tu- t damiv'e being donn tbeui. Survoyor.' com- of FRUIT AND ORKAMBNTAf, TRECS, pulses repaired and other instruments requiring small FRUITS. GRAPEVINES nnd everv-thin- g found in a NcnsKiiv E'tahi.mhmknt. delicate and accurate adjustment. Wo employ no agents. Dejcriptn e eataloguia FALL 188?. , i TREES, TKEES, TREES. In retiring from business In Frankfort I take pleauri) in expressing my entiie conlidenco in .Mr. S. Ayres and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to com-- on application. 10-:i- nov H. F. HILLENMEVKIt,. Lbxi.scto.n--, Kv. . - mend him as every way capablo of meeting tho xpoetation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. Sept.SO-t- f WOODFORD COUNTY FAfiM Pitt-burg- h. trau-portati- on FOB. I SAL. Mill-villturti-iike- FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JOXES BROS., Proprietors. Mai ' OFFER my farm of iS: acres, located on the e , and MtCracken's Mill one mile from Grassy Sj.nnss Church, fur sale at S35 per arre, half cash and the balance in one and two .ears with interest, llinldinss and fences in good repair, and plenty of water on the place. H. S. HARRIS. A tiff, Millvilk--, Ky. - atatturcrof all kinds of New Work oi $100. 00A WEEK! We can guarantee the above amount to good, active, energetic -- ot Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, 1 STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. ed as-i- -t JGSrCouttaets for New Work in ar.y. of the State. pat well as gentlemen, make a sucee-- s in Vury littlo capital required. We have it household article as salable us flour. tho Lidlcas A.GKESrTS! bu'lncss. 1 Onedoor wen of corner Ann and Hroadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- t , scrupulous" .1. B. and 0. II. Pairent managers. Rut-sell- .1. W. Jenkins Belle Point. Miss Alice this week. Lewi-- , W. T. EDNYAN, over here lias just received bis fall and wintor stockof is usod every day in every family. You do not need to explain its merits. 'J hero is a rich harvest for nil who embrace this golden oportu-nitIt costs you only ono cent to learn ivha our business is. Buy n postal card and write to us and wo will send you our prospectus ami felt y. It It Sells Itself! . H -- m visited friends particulars - S. T. Peace has not bought the MadNon as reported. Mr. R. Rogers has sold his propeity in Lagrange to Capt. Biansford, of the L. S.X., for Si, 600. Mr. Wesley Stevenson, the tenor plaver in the Quadrille Hand, is visiting in Louisville this week. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him you will derive more good than you have any ideuof. Our reputation as a tmin-u- f lotunng company is such that wc can tint to deceive. Wiito to us on a postal and ijive your address plainly and receive full And wo kutiw af-lo- rd 11 FREE! i" m i irticulars. ij-i- ' UUOliKYHi M.'F"G CO.. Hept. Miirlon, Ohio. Judge Pence has filled one of Capt. Coin's large ice houses on the railio.ul. He will suit a wagon next summer. - y, Anyone desiring to invest in real estate can be accommodated in our town as there are a St. Clair Street, number of desirable residences for sale over Nov. here. Miss Minnie Parker, of Eminence, who C. II. CHINN, M. D has been visiting Miss Lena Uogeis, is now visiting her sister, Mrs. Ulakemore, near Alton. stand at Swigert's old COAL! u COAL! W MTV Frankfort, Kentucky. J AS. I'.LY. M. I). LL 3CINDS OF COAL ON HAND and for sale at Lowest Prices by G.B. MACKLIN. AnfnttrelrNen4poltilf DRS. Office ELY & CHINN, Corner Main and Washington. 7 and Resldsnce, Old Crittenden Property, There was a good crowd present at the Miii'ini- - at Mr. Rol'cis Thursdav evenine. The next meeting will be at Mrs. M.Todd's, Lake Park. Miss Nannie Stivets gave a select enter tainment to a number or her friends evening, which was one ol the most enjo, able occasions we have had this season. Offlee Hours 8 P. M. " ii to S A. M., . V2 to I P. M , 7 u m flecllvfl g I Hcmrdy for tho tad pernunert cure of Seminal XmUiionn and Impotno7 bv tho ooly A) plictKn i tl t prirjcipbil cf tb XImm TU lru 9iT, iu , Dir-dm cf tot nuv i j li Httciistttl 1 th no tiii or ini oarrotflDo, u4 4m Bvi inurfcrt vlib tbt orJiawy puniiiu vl UU. Thli nodi cf inatatol til icHftl ib tcit la f cry m in cum, m I U hvv fironouaoix aucocia. TVi U do noDtfDi about thti prtpntljn. ltacinal sbatrrattDB aaabUf U t IiuiTfly cutranu tbtt U II rift xiU MtUfutioa. U la (a-c-c lej bj tbt i rofct' oiialiitlf m4tt rational toaaaa jit dtcoT trol of rrtcbtni an curing tblt tcry troubtt, Tbt tUainly la . ipJf liklkpiBtMtlb. U - ,. .. ti. MTJNN Eih-1.uk- e, There was a very sudden and sad death in our little town Sunday morning, the 20th. Mrs. Sanford, wife of Mr. Roht, San ford, the County Assessor. She was taken suddenly ill about three o'clock, a. in., and died before medical assistance arrived. She leaves a devoted husband and seven children to mourn iinuiiiuui-iii- i 4 CO., of tho RctFNVirto A.nrniCAV, con. ptiiieiinrs i ir I'.itomx, iMveuts. Truilu Mitrki. Ciinyilijltts. fur tho United States dnad.1, rum-etc. Hunt! Hook ntxnit i .,,.... d PATENTS ( N. 2(flkwltl nf t.tril 1( Hm, 3tMlim 1ctjtmiiMrur rf ik'M mMlS , f 7. Bbt tf .U twlni M tu. wo. ftn4 r(r lr in Im i n tatitir--Full J railhtoa lot bjH iMiuii.i iwV h.. Vul d4 im iwr m ( rwcNH i'a- At viawi l fur Ik 4Mttn f f. Mm M if u.p ) ftf Min M HARRIS REMEDY CO. MTB CHEMIST8. Mttrkft andWlt HlretU. WT. I.OUIH. MO. tMXl-m- Ntf. i lV p'tnc NIMik), 3( I . FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUK- E. l'nlorits scut tree. IV.Hnvnn vntrv'AXiutpli Piitontsiilitnlm-i- l thmiiiiliMnvv x-- rn i.ri,,ii....ri In tho SciKNTieio Amuiican. tho liirueM, I est. and niost widely rlreul-itemlentltlopapor. Weeklv. Bplcn-llnnd tntervstlim Piwcimen nipy or tliu Hclruiino A AildrossMUNNACO., ti ILMU'IO Amkuioan OlBce. l ilroadwuy, New Vorlc. lupl.ilnttuuled ciii'lo)i'rp.Drii).'RlatScunUlUt. Addreu DR. WARD A CO. Loultltnt, Mo. mM A favorite nrcgorintlnn nfnniiiif tlin inn iiiiiimi nuii siiccc3iiH ipuciausis in ineu.a. (now letlrcdifortliociiro otJfrvounJ)eblHtyt J.oMt Mn nhnoii WenhHosn and Jrrr-.Nen- t v - SSf IJiiMaJiilitW1 ifeif . Ui- (? ''r"' -- . I.. iirinirr iiilin 5SS liMM'r''''1"!:' . T ,nifcM1iCii, ........ . . ...... , . A w FRANKFORT 5 t r ROUNDABOUT. nterodatthepost-offlcen- t ft- Frankfort, Kentuoky m second class mailable matter. The mercury dropped down to 12' below zero vestei day morning. Mr Dmi St nil tr nt T.nvtnofnn . been in the city several dajs this vtox. has wx YK Editor GEORGE A. LEWIS, &93.d 2(5, 1834. FRANKFOUT, JANUARY Mr. II. F. Duncan and wile have been visiting relatives in Georgetown this week. Miss Catherine Todd, of Shelbv countv, is The following are the assignments of visiting the family of Mr. Jas. M. Todd in Revenue officers in this, the citv. Internal Mr. J W. Gayle, of this city, spent FriSeventh, District for the sixty days beginday and Saturday in Eminence visiting 1884: ning February 1st, Internal Revenue Assignments. AT COST. On account of the general depression of business, and an unfavorable season finding us with a large stock of heavy goods on hand, and being at the same time desirous to raise money, believing in the principle that it is better to realize the cost for goods and replace them with new goods every season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering them our entire stock of menus. v a K,r to V , 1 , - t A V v. : EST II. S. Batita W. A. Gaines & Co., No. prcnter Comedy CompaHouse to 4. ny will apnin appear nt tlie Opein, J. 11. Cline .Ino. Cochran k Co. and ,1 tii:lit in Flint nml Steel. N. Blakemore. .1. flnadinger, Jr. S. Clay, Jr., A: Co. A gentleman from New York hns been in and entries at G. G. While & Co. tlie city tltis week looking around with a C. II. Ilatchitt E. II. Taylor, Jr., & icw of establishing the Edison electric light Co., No. 113, and J. S. Taylor. J. B. Lewis Withdrawals at W. A. in our midst. He had maps made of our Ac Co., No. 4. to the Gaines Htreets and took other steps looking Wm. Tarr A: Co., DerS. D. Pinkerton location of the plant, and we may expect by A; Day and T S. Edwards. T. J. Roj-eiII. C. Bow en, Ford A. booh to see the brilliant rays ol the magnif. Bowen. and withdrawals at G. G. While A: icent light on our city. In tact, he informs Co. uh it will certainly be' brought here in the J. It. Sharp D. A. Aiken and Stoll Clin spring. & Co. H. C. Slim p AdaniH Drilling Co., Mesrs. Bennett it King of Cincinnati, Head lev & Peck and H. D. Owings. II . Taylor, Jr., Co. A. f. Todd-- E. the eoutracton who placed tlie furnaces in A; Graham. trial, guaranteeing thai No 2, and Lnhrot the Opera House on E. A Tipton W. A. Gaines A; Co. No. they would heat the hall so that it would be 10(5, und Glenn Spiing Distilling Co. SIOKKKM.l'KRS. comfortable, will bring suit against the Aimstromr. T. U. Ford & Bowen. city for the price of the same, notwithstandBaslifortl, Jacob G. G. White &JCo., nddi- ing they failed to come up to the contract tional. and were rejected. Messrs. B. & K. will Broadus, W. A. I). A. Aiken. Crutcher, J. N. E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co. be very likely to get what the little boy shot Ilnrry Webber' h s at. v ty '"& ! The steam heaters will all be placed in the Opera House next week. The pipes have all been laid from the Capital Machine Works to the hall and the radiators will be put in as fast as they arrive. The contract calls for ten radiators, eight in the hall and two on the stage, but Messrs. Ferguon & Meek have agreed to put in an extia one in the vestibule for the comfort of the doorkeeper. When they are all in place we think there will be no trouble about making an audience comfortable, and there will be do danger from fire. The Court ol Claims met Monday to consider the questions of building a new jail and of Helling the present farm. It was decided to submit the question of a new jail to a vote of the people of the county, and a committee was appointed to confer with the City Council with regard to erecting a joint The two committees met on Tuesday and agreed upon a plan by which will be erected and maina new tained by the city and county, and reports will be made to the City Council and an adjourned meeting of the Court oi Claims on Tuesday. poor-hous- e poor-houfa- . ri' c poor-hou- se 4fc, & , ' P. I .r ' ', :? i!BL'- - r tf B? ! lW' i w u. F For a week or moie peisons have been complaining to Dr. Ilatchitt that their lock being opened by bD.es at the some one beside themselves. On Tlnu&day night the box of Rev. Father Young was opened and on Friday night Maj. L. E. Harvie's box wastened in the same manner. On Sunday night the box belonging tothc Farmers Bank was alo opeutd and a large number of letters carried off. The correspondents of the bank were at once notified and the police set to woik to ferret out the matter. Post Office Inspector Patterson was promptly on the ground and in the matter was kept as quiet as hopes the thief would tiy the 'nine game on Monday night. Monday morning a colored boy by the name of Ed. Loomas carrie letter to the bank, saying lie hal found it on the street. When Chief ol Police Jljde carne over to the city at noon he wa6 informed of the theft and together with Officer Stephens began to 'ork up the case. Tliey went to the tho b.uiK, examined the letter mid being satisfied Loomas had not him picked it up on the street, they nne.-te-d House wiieu a ami searcliea ins mothers which was taken from Father book Young's box was found. After the boy closely he confessed that he had broken open the boxes, ami i n plicated anotliei colored boy by the name of Alon.o Taylor. Both the boys were turned over to Inspector Patterson, who had Deputy United Sta e Marnhal McCnrtyJiake out wanants SfKA. for them and place them in jail. They had an examining trial Tuesday Personal. morning before United States Commissioner T. B. Ford, when Looinns was held in $500 Mis. W. H. Sliced still continues quite bond to appear at tho June term of the sick. United States Court, and Taylor was dis Miss Su&ie Crockett is visiting relatives in charged. As Loom is could not give the Mercer county. bond he was sent to jail. Miss Anna Lyons returned Tuesday from Ha has been a promising candidate for the her visit to Louisville, Penitentiary for several years, having been Miss Feline Baby, of Canada, is visiting guilty of several crimes which would have Miss Cannie Rodman. sent him thcro a year or more ago had it Miss Cora Ferguson, of Louisville, is the not been for his age. He is tho same youth i.llnat nf Mr T..I. .. T. t!..n..l u ho turned the train of freight cars loose on Mr. Howard Jett, of Versailles, visited the switch above the tunnel last summer relatives in this city Thursday. when two of the cars were thrown over the Miss Todd Saflell is at home from school in Louisville tor a short visit. river bank aud wrecked. Post-oflicewe- re D.-nistore-house- e, I .( quc-tiouii- ig Mis-- i Hetlie Goodfrey, of Louisville, IS visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. McEwi South Side. dipt. W. T. Haven, of the Mt. Sterling t, spent several days in the city the week. Mii-Emma Coleman returned Wednesday evening from n viit of several months to her sister, Mrs Kohnle, in Limn, Ohio. Mrs. Sallie Railev, of Veisaills, was in the city on Thiirslay nml Friday, the guest of her sister, Mis. J. 13. Lewis, in this city. Mi- - Ida Tlisinpxon, who has been on proirae.Hil visit to relations in Franklin eonnlv, has returned home. Henry County Local. Misses Mamie Kane and Cecelia Farrell, who have been visiting friends in this city, icturned to their home in Lexington Tuesday evening. Mis.. Dr. Frank P. Green, nee Miss Blanche Kendall, who has been visiting her mother in this city, left Thursday morning for her home in Little Rock, Arkansas. Miss Mollie Rollins, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. W. Daniels, in this city, for several months, returned to her No. 2. home in Rowan county yesterday. Duiilap, G. R. J. N. Blukemore. Fleming, W. R. Win. Tarr fc Co., and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wingate, of Franklin Derby k Day. county, are both confined to bed with seveie Finnell, L. II. E. II. Taylor, Jr., Nos. 2 rheumatism. Mr. Wineate will start for and 113, night. Hot Springs, Arkatas, shortly. Blue Grass Gray, W. II. W. A. Gaines & Co., 106. Clipper. Hampton, J. J. Jno. Cochran iV & Co. Hutchcraft, R. W. G. G. White Miss Allie Todd left Wednesday afterJameson, J. M. II. C. Uowcn. noon for n short visit to Louisville accomJohnson, C. C II. I). Owings. panied bv little Mis Allie Peter, of that Knohle, D. fr. Labrot & Graham. city, whohu8 been visiting her grandparents l.'W. Wheatly. -J. Kcariis.1. in this city. Lindsay, W. A. Stoll Clay & Co. & Co., 4. Misses Mary and May Milward, two of Murphy, J. F. W. A Gaines Lexington's mot chaiming young ladies, additional, for warehouse. MeMichael, S. I). Htadley & Peck. who have been visiting Miss Maggie Lewis Mitchell, F. A. Adam's Dist. Co., night. for several days, rsturned home on Friday O'Conner, R. W. Sam Clay, Jr., Co. Outtcn, C. I). II. E Fogue, night. Quinn, J. J. W. A. Gaines & Co., 4, IIS MKMORIAM. additional, for distillery. DlKD. Suddenly at her home, Sunday O. W. A. Gaines & Co., 4. Reynolds, C. Scofield, F. M. W. A. Gaines & Co., 4, morning, Jan. 20th, in Belle Point, of Mrs. Robert Sakiori, wife of Robert night. Sanford, Esq. Shy. V. T.- -J. S. Taylor. g Thus one by one are our companions Spender, W. T. S. Edwards. into the tomb; another bond of love and Shepherd, J. W, A. Gaines & Co., 106, kindred has been ruthlessly severed; another night, baflell, W. S. E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., household has been 'robbed of its fairest flower, its dearest earthly tie, yes the devoted 113. companion and wife of many years, the Shacklcford, W. C II. E. Pogue. fond, tender and faithful mother of seven Taylor, Geo. II. Adams Dist. Co. children has passed from time to eternity. Warner, W. A. J. E. Pepper k Co. Thus our Heavenly Father conies and takes Webb, Isaac Glen Spring Dist. Co.. Messrs. T. R. I'otlelhaite, Chas Saddler, our treasures, one by one, that He may win now with Glen Spring Dist. Co., and J. W. our affections from the things of this world Wheatly are not assigned for the next two and place them on things eternal, for where 0111 treasures arc there will be our hearts also. months. Another link has been added to the golden chain that binds us to the better land, but Laputa. oui hearts me sad, for we had learned to love her as all who knew her well loved her. She 22 dcgiees below zero. Theimomctcr was of that disposition that draws the hearts Hall, of all lo her. The wife of out fellow citien, But she is gone. Sad words aie these to died Sunday morning of consumption and was buiied on Monday. The friends of the fami- her fond husband and dear children, and to We have never all her relations and friends. ly attended the funeral in great numbers. of our most en- met in life a inner spirit, and the writer feels Mr. Thos. D. Rosier, one for having known her. Weep not, dear terprising citizens, who already runs a saw better for loved one, for friends, and grist mill, contemplates the erection at free from alljourin and her pure she is is now p spirit en , w Inch this plate of a commodious joying the pleasure of that celestial land will be run in connection with a where deain never enters. 1 would that which will be a ast accommodation and could comfort the dear bereaved ones. We to the people of Liputa as well as deeply sympathize with them and pray that Jacksonville. God will bless and comfort them with the The public school at this place, undci the thought that the loved one is not lost but supeiintendeuey of Miss Ruth Robinson, will only gone to enjoy the pleasuies that God had shortly come to a close, much to the egret of in reserve foi her. She but lives a sublimcr life; has been called to her native Paradise. all concerned. Miss Ruth is eminently for the position, and some of the patrons Farewell, dear one, though thou ait gone aie talking of a pi vale school. This, if ear- from among us, and we shall not see thy ned i.ut, will speak well for the libualily and loved face nor heat thy voice more on cailh, enterprise of our citiens and will furnish an thou shall not bcfoigottcn. We can but bow example which, in iew of the present reduced the drooping head in sorrow and meekly say, prorata, ought to be followed all oer the 'tis thy will, oh God. Oft will bright visions of the past, in which State. thou wast so dearly associated, be daikened In this part of the county otu people have by the sad reflection of thy early death. You looking around and talking oer the bet shall see her again. As the flower question of our next County Judge and have and dies so she, like it, shall rise and withers bloom come 10 uic coutiusion mat in eternal beauty. Let us cherish her mem-oiIv. P. Moore, is as well, if not better imitate her viitucs and so live that at qualified for the position than any other citi last we shall meet her on the golden shores zen, especially when it is,takcniuto consider- of Paradise, where wc will ation that this part of the county has never separable. This is the prayer nevermore be of been lionoicu witli nnvtiungni me Kinci. lie Sui:. is well known and universally esteemed as a Why weep you then, dejected ones, man of the strictest integrity, and of talents is Heaven Your lost the tounty. We She is there one in blight with God above. and capacity equal to any and fair, supicmely say therefore give the western part of the fcujov ing peace and perfect county the next Comity Judge in the person She neither sees nor hcais you love. weep, of Polk Mooie, and you will not only do an Unheeded fall your tears act of long delayed justice, but you will But though in the grave herand sighs, body lies have as good an olficer as ever filled that imHer soul is with angels in the skies. portant post. Sentinel-Democras r , 11 DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ' Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, &a, AT COST FOR CASH -o. From this time forward. A:; our goods are marked in plain figures, the public can easily sec the benefit to be derived from our liberal offer. Wc also announce that only a few weeks remain in which you can receive a chance in our GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz: One Upright Piano, value, Set, One Oil Walnut Bed-rooCooking Range, One Silver-plate- d m - - $500 100 75 - nppo-plex- HARRIS & HERRMANN, December 22, diop-pin- One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. 1883. A. G. ALSTROM to MOMilS & AND AlSTKOM.; ft CO., , Merchant .TailorsT DEALERS IK STREET, F:3r ANKFOBT, ITST. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s workmen emfits insured. None but All orders promptly filled. Please give ployed. BC AHT first-clas- RENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, pot-oflie- e, 1 us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 ymr. V 1 CO ALT NOTICE at reasonable prices. ! qual-iue- d Having bought out trie Coal Business of V. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver ALL KINDS OF COAL 'N. 11 ourit-iiuwiiiizc- Ta-.- . country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug btore ol Joseph LeComptc, South . u Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, comer of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. ' Telephone connection No. 3. 1 I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronagec in town and I t " V , S. BLACK. 111 Having sold my Coal Business to. S. Black I recommend him ito mv former patrons, and hope thqy will continue to buy coal from theVafci stand. W. J. CHINN1. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- l -A - . trt-'- t JU .' - FOR SALE. ''piIE X Jan. BUILDING AND LOT ON ST. Clair stieet now occupied as an Insurance Office by Payne & Berry. Price $2,000. AWdress, '84 GRAND COMBINATION, '8 W. S. DEHONEYDEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY Frankfort WEEKLY One Roundabout Ul Jl AND THE LOUISVILLE COVRIER-JOm1 .F. 26-im- . H. WATERMAN, Hamilton, Mo. DRY GOODSSH HQTINS. i STOLEN. A BLACK MARE WAS STOLEN FROM -jjuy stable at my farm, a mile and a half from the city, on last Tuesday night. She was five years old, newly rough shod. I will pay a reward of $25 for the return of the mare, and $50 for the capture of the theif. year for only $2 00. utue more you Uy paying u miuii Two paper, for mo price oi one, CROCKERY 4 GUSSHIBE' . UBERTO KEENON. $3 oo you will leceive for one ytwr N home paper with the Oourlor-the representative newspnpei of the South, Demo- cratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only, and lh 1 ) in tkt best, biightestand Mat family United State. Those who desire to examine a tarns pie copy of the Courier-Journ- al can do ao A" . Journal. u cordially luvlte you to call and examine my Now and Fresh fitook of Uoodi. f-- - Weekly iitw btdcdt ' ' , ruAWifcruK, ..... KY IMi-U.- . 3 1,7 $r j $& "'!?$fiyM1 i ", TSKtfv, ihv i h. ' . rawunvpi w i i wy ysj y'i WMHRM ?rS5S?ii7g" r.'v' vjt' '"RFE2f " "iAffJWmStr ?w.r wr PWlfi'llMi!li!'!"l'li'l. .J. .wiMflSi i r ' '. . W,1 l FflANKFORT FRANKFORT, ARGEST ROUNDABOUT, JANUARY 26, lfl?4. The Henry County Court on Monday refused to nppropiiate $1, 800 to build n bridgo across Flnt Creek. Henry Samuels, the barber, i fitting up the room on St. Clair street formely occupied by Col. R. P. Pepper and will reopen his shop there. Dick Shurk's couk'Hsion is in demnnd just We have had a rail for it from now. Flat Oreek. C. E. JAMES, ( CIRCULATION IN CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. 'M. Commencing Monday, October 16, the followlns lime table will be in effect on th TL. & N. R. R. for this point. ' No. a; No. n No. at No. t9 C. & O TKAIK8 SOUTH. . . . . VH p. 8:ts A. M. ''.17 f. M. 4! P- Frankfort. ' Leave Arrive nt Louisville. 8 Kansas and the Henrv County Local man aUo wants a copy. There will be a meeting of Frankfort Lodge, No. 10, Knights of Honor, on Tuesday evening next for the transaction of important bUMtU'f-H- to'55 a. m. w p- - M- - r. P- M. - 6'4 - TRAIMS NORTH. FraakTort. No. t8 7"oo A. M. w?7 A. M. p. M. 353 - M. No. a :.H M. arr. at Frankfort 805 p. m. No. 54 leivrs Lou. 5:00 r. No. 20 C. fc O. . . . 3:00 r v. 5'" p. m. No. 38 leaves' Lou. 8 00 A. M. nrr. trankfoit 11:05 A. M. Trains No. 13 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving tnerc at t?:ts noon, am 7:15, r. M. Train Cincinnati. 00 v. No. 34 connect with train Nm. 1 nnrl , rnnnppt .it Anchorazc for Shelby villc. Freight tr tin-- , leaving Frankfort 6:ts a.m., and returning leivins Lexington at 7:15 l'.,M., will carry .mr. l..tM,.fn l" ranKtort and L.cxingxoii, ami nu Da .Intermediate points, Nos. 27 and sS arc Sunday trains only, K. P. 11RYAN, Agent. P- Leave Louisville. Leave . . Col. Remit tt I Young hnp been elected President of the Louisville Exposition Company, nnd another grand exposition this fall seems lo be an fissured fact, Gen. Fayette Hewitt, while returning home from his office, Satuidny night slipped nnd fell on the pavement and broke the small bone of his right leg just above the ankle. Henry Baxter, of Mibway, is visiting Mr Edmund Lee. Mies Ruth Robinson's school at Fairview OIU'OStrB COURT HOUSE, ii progrecslng finely. Mr John Warren visiting friends near 3helbyville the first of the week. London. Fjrc There was n debate fit Fairview school City Insurance Association of London . . . London. house Saturday night, January 10th, on the London and Provincial London. Covington, Ky. Kenton question Indian and Negro. New York. ticrmania 1'rcjcolt Huston.. Died. Sunday Jan. 13th, Mr Larkin New Orlcins New Orleans, La. Chiholm, Mied 84 veins. His remains were aug intoned in the family burying ground. "I'll teach you how to tear your pants," said a oro-- s parent, swinging a strap, ''I'll leach you." "Don't hit me, pa, I know how already; just look at em." Owing to the bad weather nnd whooping cough the children of B.thl Knob cannot gel out, consequently Mr James Harrod has to Mispend his school lor a week. No, Main St,, Over CmlcJier & When old Rusty went to Shelby to rai?c d a winter crop he must have been b big tobbacco worm. Guets that is the reason ue have not heard from him lately. FOR SALE ! Ko)i Gen'l Insurance Agent, FRANKFORT, KY. Handsome Suburban Property. JH ! Owing to tho diminished Bl.cof my family I wish to iliioeo of my iitmduino ro.sidt.ncu on tho ' Lawroncclitirg pike. The hou.'o ims ten room, Is in thorough repair and ha all tnodirn conve-- I niencej. There are six acres of ground ntlnched to the place. I will gull cither turnlhd or unfurnished. Apply to me on tho premises or at the store of Gray A Kodtnnn. 1 trins easy. Aug. 2J-t- f. n-i- John T. Gray. j-1 CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, m Storks' While Hall Glolliing House , 4 a niaf-acre- 11 Jumbo. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. r ft 5 V , J . Wood's patent carpet Get one of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY strips for your outside door. They keep fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of CleHti off the snow as it falls. Stock in the little steam yacht is below out water and will not rot. For sale by of par just at present. In fact it seems to be Whiteside? it McEwan. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at The cold weather has been very severe on somewhat of a white elephant as it lies upon the young lambs. Buy a trii's from Joe LeConipte. home. the ice gorge above the St. Clair street Oct. 25-- tf. ' seem to bridge. The cold weather ami the caucus First clns board wanted by a quiet Iirvc come to stay. Mrs. D'nllas Crutchjr ftarted to church gentleman nnd wife, in a private family of refinement nnd where there ate no boarders. A comet has made its appearance in the Sunday morning ami when crossing Ann street from the Capital Hotel, she slipped Location central, best refeiences. Address southern heavens. -on the icy crossing and fell, breaking the "A," care of this office. Ulcerated ore throat is quite a common bones of her lighllbrfjirm. When a remedy has provtu itelf to be a complaint in this citv. cure for consumption and perfect lung reDeputy Sheriff John Dickson has so far storer, it should be kept in every well reguA gteat deal of tobacco is being shipped recovered fiom the wounds accider.tailly lated home. We reler to Dr. Wistar's I TAKE this method of informing the j iblic that from this day I from this point to Louisville just now. inflicted upon himself in this city several Balsam of Wild Cherry, a single doe of will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no exceptions or which will cure an ordinary cough or cold. My stook of Templars has been weeks since as to be aide to. leave for his A few bottles will jre consumption. It is deviations. A lodge of Good in Leslie county Tuesday. very pleasant to (uke. organized among the colored people in this home city. Shinn, formerly Piof. Josiah II. of TIN-WAR- E. BOARDING. A few boarders by the day being urged by Bridgeport, this county, is now ptincipal Col. Denis A. Lynch is week or month. Wanted Jjy Mrs R. B. of the Public School at Uussclhille, Arkau some of his friends to become a candidate LeConipte house, near Iron Bridge. sas, and has commenced the publication of for constable. is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. a magazine at that place called "The The people of Frankfort should patronA' number of persons went from this city Arkansas Teacher." ise the new wholesale nnd retail coal firm to Eminence Tuesday night to hear Hon. Hon. Geo. 11. Wendling delivered a of S. A; J. H. Told, for they have come to Geo. R. Wendling's lecture. splendid lecture at the Opera House Mon- stay. Office at H. R. Williams' grocery, door day night before a very select audience. All South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can Clean off the snow before your own Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous of the who heard him pronounce his effort guind, always be found ready to wait on customers. before you complain of the 'condition . . sidewalk in front of the property of any one and tho.se who failed to attend missed hearsupport, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Is your system running down? Is there a ing one of the finest speakers now upon the else. feeling of decrepitude taking possession of Very respectfully, American platform. you? Aie the functions of your digestive The Legislature lias been in session nearly and urinary organs impaired? Is your blood thirty dajsand scarcely thirty bills have his bad.' Does Mr. S. Black announces in this sores and pimples trouble you? by the Senate during that return to the coal business, and invites all Do been considered ou suffer from aches nnd pains? Are time. his old friends to call and tee him. He hna yon weak, and does th least exertion give Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. H. located at his old stand, near the Railroad vnu fatigue? Beware! Regain perfect health Mr. Geo. W. Partem, l.uherof Mrs. by using Dr. Guysotl's Yellow Dock and S. Banta, of this county, died suddenly at biidge but orders left at Mr. Joe LiCjtnpte's S.irsaparilla. his home in Louisville Monday of heart drugstore, by any of his South Side friends will iccoive prompt attention. disease. Wood's patent carpet strip keeps out There seems to be no let up in the weath- water and will not rot, just the thing for outThere has been 60 much weather suitable side doors. .For sale by Whiteidcs fc for sleighing the last few weeks that those er. A thaw comes one day and we begin McEwan. who have sleighs seem to have wearied of to hope the backbone is broken, but that tiL'ht it snows again and turu cold. Uncle the amusement Fob Salk. A good secondhand Jep Robison says we are to have cold boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson A: Pre. Hudson it Bryant have removed their weather until the fimt of April, mid it look's Meek. CliM-tcn- . 3lTcrtls.ea.rt office from the old Stiobiidge residence like he knows what he is talking about. For sc'rnfuln. svnliilitin dUnrdpra. thin to the building next to Messrs. V. A Gaines Notice. and watery blood, sluggish liver findicatei I Co.'s new warehouse, on Main Street. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done hu) weak kidntv- - (indicate! 1 The members of the Republican County b!toor dices have hail their A great many persons by uriuaty sediments), diseased mucous Committee ate requested to meet at the office membrane (indicated by both nasal aud on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jlowers to freeze in their pits, and mo- -t o of Judge V. II. Sliced on Monday, Fehrtiaiy min.'iiv o!ii:irili. inlliilniil ' te V imn ...- . which were hurried or left in the vegetables Jan. 4th, 1S84. A full attendance is icqucsted. Dr. Giiyiott'a Yellow Dock and Saraparilla. the ground have suffered the came late. U gradually reuuims a oioicen nown constiBy order of J. C. J vckon, . tution and restores robust health and strength Chairman. G. Morrison, grandfather of Judge J. to eveiy pint. Xo other remedy equals it. Mrs. H. F. Duncan, of this city, died at his Notwithstanding the cold weather one home in Georgetown on Sunday night, aged ANNOUNCEMENT. of the largest audiences wo hae seen at the 74 years. In 18:55 'G he was a dry goods Opera House bince its opening was out merchant in this city. FOR SHERIFF. Thursday night to witness the pieeiHatioii The thin corn shuck, imi!Uiat, and trees of "Pop" by Rice's Surprise Patty, and hcroby announce myself a c.tndidato for I to tho offlco of Sheriff of rnnklln nheJding their leaves first Irotn the top have estrvone went away feeling better for limproven failures as weather prophets, but ing been there. The entertainment wns county, sulijcct to tho action of tho Domooratio some of the goose bones seem to have hit it fiist class, being briuifull of fun, mid the party. W. L. COLLINS. quare, sofar this winter. man who did not enjoy it wns certainly Wo aro authorized to announco JOHN W. hard to please. The singing nnd acting of The old Deposit Bank building, occupied Misses Dempsey, Fuller and Vincent was (MINKS a cundiilttto for Shorlff of Franklin county, subjiot to tho will of tho Democratic Have an im- hy Messrs. Payne it Berry, is offered for excellent, while Messrs. Fitzgerald, Hetten-ge- r party. sale in another column. As this is one ol and Fletcher were it resistible. The mense stock ofj beat renting pieces of propcity in this the lit JJJ11.C3 SU WW company deserves a full house wherever will he a good investment for some city it they may appear. new goods to one, that they strike V B" FOR CASH ONLY. '. 71 ms J A 1 . -- WE 'A STOYES, GRATES, Mc-Kee,- &C. .V i Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. up-rig- et MANGAN, SB., & Street, CO., Prop'rs. Csmor, Capital Square. t plid. y j R. K. M'CLURE ft BRO. .m . COARSE WINTER BOOTS & SHOES MEDIUM PRICED Farm for Sale. 84 fcr Call and exam ine while stock is fresh. 4M f 'Jfll 'U !- Goldstein, the optician, of Louis villrf M-- his office at Mrs. S. J, Bohannan'u, '4 (i fct;& on Ann street, and will remain in this city until the 31st inst. Persons desiring his is. eerrices will find h to their interest to call 'on h'm at his office. i . during the ro" l j Persons who lost pictureo Wnt lire on St. Clair street may perhaps find hem at the baiher bliop of Henry Samuels. He has several among his effects which nro not his and desires the owners to ,cll trod get them. What Banta is Selling'. Buckwheat and Maple Syrup. Oysters, Fish, Venison aud Celery, Old Fashioned Black-eye- d Peas. Hominy, Grits, Macaroni and Cheese. Large soft shell Pecans and Almonds. Saur Kraut, Pickles nnd Chowchow. Finest Canned Corn in the city, Pine Apple Vinegar, nil kinds Spices. Turkish and French Prunes, Dates and Figs. Fine Bananas, Grapes and Oranges. Largest Stock, finest Cigars. Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Soap, Starch, Call and sec him at his new store, corner St. Clair aud Broadway. SALK RENT MY acres, three and a quarter miles farm of I OFFER FOR adjoiningORJones' Station, east of Frankfort, on the Versailles pike. Address JOHN A. SIDEXER, Frankfort, Ky. Dec. select from. Call and sec them terror to all BOOTS & SHOES competitors. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. the a v at your !)., A. a NOTICE. HOUOHT OK MR. P. NEWMAN HIS will still continue busiiiess.it tlie old stand formerly occupied the same by Mrs C. K Ward. Thanking the public for past faors. 1 tarnestly solicit a continutnie of the same. MRS. MACiGlE J. HALLNAN. earliest convenience. '" r, (. . Ntt ST entire stock of millinery goods, I '' Frankfort, January i, 1884, HATS NEW STYLES! CAPS. NEW STYLES!! ' f'a A Addresses on woman's rights were deliver, ed before the Legislature on Tuecdity and Wednesday afternoons by Mrs. Clay, of ltiohniond, President of the Woman's Rights Association of this State, Mrs. Bennett, of Richmond, and Mrs, Haggart,, of Chicago. H.i lug sold my entire stock of millinery goods to Mrs Maggie J. Hallnau, I hereby notify alt parties who arc indebted to mc to please call and settle promptly, as 1 am compelled to have money. All persons who have cltims against me will please present them for payment. In retiring from the business, I take this method of informing the public of the generous patronage which they haye given me, and hope they will continue the same under the .'- . 71 . "- raw ' , m r & ki FRANKFORT - ROUNDABOUT, I. fe(. k Point Pleasant. Still It is Mr. P. C. Skeltou let his fine young horse out in his lot a few days ago," and while playing it slipped and" fell on the frozen ground and injured itself so that it died in a few moments. We were very aorry we were unable to attend the reunion nn' the 20th of December, but we are sending subscribers all the snmc every few days, and the other boys will have to hurry up if they don't want to be left. Wc reckon Alex, wept when he lelt her thinks now tbat he was only pretending fo do so, or he would not stay away so long. Mrs. Hall, wife of Mr. Dave Hall, nfler being confined to her bed for several mouths witlijconsnmption, died last Sundny, leaving her husband and two children (little boys) with ninny friends to mourn her loss. the young lady thnt said MMTAtKML MvenMt, CM. Th itv ettanta cnte. r(oa, Throat. Lunm, fall id en, 86 p., route, cost, free. Chesapeake and - Ohio Mwy, Br. wmff ieA NorvouiUpblllty.I mpedlmentsi IThj ip tniiniHRH, ixinr.uiinii-- (All that tbadonbtful curlonsor tooustitful want to Ikaflw, JOIoth und goUtbtndtn"fi0cta,piiper25c,Mar- G lSo.ient wled. money or str.byi nna I'lmitixof iree, r MAAAIWA MARRIAGE2MP NO VOR KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR cold. Rustv Cuss. She wnsn member of the Chri-tia- n Church and wns loved by nil who know her. urawTHinrG. Used throughout the country '. ; . TUB 4 KEW YODK. ONLY F. . , Mr. Geo. I'incL'l visited his ilnugliter, Mrs. Antioch. Mr. R. J. Shannon has shipped his tobacco. Fill up your jug, Hawk Eye. Messrs. Ed. Fahy and Henry Spalding, of Prank fort visited Mr. James Glorc, last Sunday. We still have our winter, and where arc the poets that used to write so much about "the beaiitilulsnow?" Mr. Newton Hale says he knows a young lady who is so short that she has to get upon a chair to stretch. Bunk Updykesavs he is bound to take Mandy, ns hey are intruding on her too much. So look out for another wedding I Updyke, Sunday. Mr. J. I'. lTarrod, of Shelby county, ited the Point Fridny. vis- Did He Find Him ? Mr. Geo. Poe, of this county, offered a hoise for Mile at Georgetown court last Monday, which was recognized as being the properly of a colored man of that place. Mr. Poe had bought the horse with another one at Franklort the hint court day for 180 He left the horse in the stable at George-owand immediately went to Frankfort to find the party who had sold it" to him Midway Clipper. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS And thus proved The Best Liver Medicine In the World. No Griping, PolsonousDram, but purely Vcpotnble, ato nnd reliable. Prescribed oven by Physicians. A ppecdy cure for Liver Complaint, ReRulatlnff tho Bowels, Purifyinjrtho Hlood, Cleansing from Malarial Tulnt. A perfect cure Hick Jlendiichc, Constipation and nil for Mlllnn Disorder. Hold by Druggists. For Pamphlets, ele..ad:!rosi C. JC OVLL de CO., IS tit., JV.T. City. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR LINE RUNNING CVVXIXl 40 V"1", A SOLID TRAIN FROM Mr. Jtunes (loin nnd wife, of Frankfort, visited Fred Smith and wife Sunday. Mr. Calvin Sharp, of Pleasant Itidge, vieiied the Point last Thursday, the guest of Hawk Eye. ks- LOITISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Cdar Lexington, Ky. p1 V. , tf- s rv &..- - K" r Fi ' 5 Ti, Ik',- -?' ; ur - I' . J - Wfa n wo k; . k J,?V. I." , f H Sleigh riding is nil the go now. A young nnn can see a fine time with his girl, if he has a horre and sleigh. A it instil! winter and not much work can lie done, there seem to he a urent deal ofgiiinu to town by the men of this neighsoon. borhood. Mr. James (llore, who has been very sick Mr. Benjamin Cable, of the town of Huntington, Huntington county. Pa., is with pneumonia, is, we are happy to say, visi'iin;! his brother, Mr. Win. Cable, near rapidly improving, and will soon be about again. the Point. If there is as much tobacco pasing over Mrj. Win. Cubic, who has been visiting and friends in the town of York, the other pikes lending to Franklort as relatives home last pas'es over ours, Frankfort would be a good York county. Pa., returned She 'pent several weeks and had market for the weed. Tncdnv. a pleasant time with those whom she had Won't the candidates for sheriff have a not seen for u long time. nice nine n no miru man comes on the For the last week there has been nn aver-ag- e '.rack I suggest that there be no iirimary of filteen of tobacco pacing election, and let the two now on light it out the Point per day for Frankfort depot, next August. heside.i a vast amount of tobacco being George White, colored, says if he names hauled in the bundle to Messrs. Sullivan it his boy after Bob Lewis Sam Lewis will get Co.'s dn house at Frankfort. mad, and if he names him alter Sam Bob Mr. Henry Rogers, ol Bald Knob (who will get mad, so he will have to name him i " candidates for con Robert Samuel. one of the stable in that Precinct), visited the Point We welcome Tolu and Tiflv, of Graelens- Monday and Tuesday, the gueut of Hawk burg, to our ranks and hope that all her Eye. Henry says that there is several cases letters will be as interestin. as the first one. sore eyes in his neighborhood. You need not be alraid of being chewed up, ol Mr. J. P. Moore, of Briar Hidge, paid the as we are not hyenas, though we have a Point a tUinir it lat Monday, and said Jumbo with us, he is a harmless, innocent that he killed ix pigs just eleven mou lis little creature. ol tl to a day nettled 330 pounds each, mnk-in- g La-- t Sunday week, while Miss Minnie a total weight ol 2,010 pounds. That Owens was standing with her back to the is pretty good for pigs. Come on with your lire place, her dre.-- s took (ire, she started to pig story. run but fortunately her father being near by well, well! 'Rah for Miss Fundi caught her and succeeded in extinguishing Well. am! .Imly. That was a good letter she sent the ilaines before she leceived any injury We have this to say, if more beyond a bad scare, and the loss of her in lait week. ol the gentler 'ox would do as she does, send dress, which was burnt to her waiit. Mr. a letter to the Rolnd.viiolt once n week, we Owens had his right hand badly burned in would hear more from some of the boys than putting out the fire. Keep up your correspondence, Miss we do. As to Observer's article in the Round-aijoP. and J.. For you wiite a good letter and of the J2th I would say that he is give u all the news from Between the more in error than "Nix" was, as he puts Bridges even fiom Tom Kesler'fe high bridge words in Col. A.'s mouth that the Courier-Journdoes not give, and it was my io tlie dridge connecting North ami South Frankfort. authority. I will therlore advice him to "pluck out the mote that is in thy own eve, Now Mis Punch and Judy as to our reunion on the 20th of December, we will say that thou may see clearly to cast the beam that we are sorry that we ajoumed without out ol thy brother's eve." Nix. vou and forming your acquaint-ance- , getting to ns we were of the impression that it Church School House. was one of the sterner sex that was writing from Between the Biidnes But will say that as that was our first reunion, and supposing Editor Itoundalout: that were in (lie city, we all were pre-eOn the night of the IGih one of grandest hen adopted our roolutions, and adjourned; d'ince ever given in this part of the countv but will Fay further, if it meets with the, took place at the residence of Mr. J. S. approbation of all, our next reunion will be Bryan, lour and a half miles north of this Jicld at the Editor's Sanctum on Saturdav, citv. Dancing commenced at 7 o'clock and December 27lh. 1SS4. at J2 o'clock M. where continued until o'clock in the morning. w,e hope to meet on and all of the Everything went oil quietly and peaceable. ol the Roi'nimiiout. The crowd enjoyed themselves without a Tlitfe-cawnear being a serious accident doubt. 1 will mention some of the ladies Miss and gents: Miss Carrie Pleifer and swter, At Mr. ttolierf Owen's last Sunday. d daughter of Mr. Owen, Miss Lizzie P'eiler and nitei', Mies Lute Minnie, ?co: while standing JU front of the fire (she was Hawkins and lour or live young ladies from etunTing ciour tlinn she thought, t her the Capital. A young man from Versailles her die- - cnuglit fire. by the name of E. E. Bryan was here and tack was to (litThere were several present, but nil were enjoyed the fun very much. Governor Bryan and wife took a hand in the Inn frightened so that none odered any She started to run when Mr. Owens, whenever thev could get the children ouiet. in order to smother the fire out, ai:ned to, as did also Messrs. J. S. Bryan, Francis throw his coat urouuiJ her but failed. He Tracy. E. L. D. Bryan, a young gent just then attempted to tear her dress off. In from Colorado, Henry Fincel, of Frankfort, doing so got his right baud badly burned, James Snelling and a good many more Strange whose names have been forgotten. The moru especially his little finger it may seem, it is nevertheless true, Miss music was furnished by the Tiger Siring as Minnie escaped uninjured, with tli2 excep- Band The lloor managers were Francis tion of the burning of her outer garments. Tracy and E. L. D. Bryan. Mr. Owen's hand is healing up fast, ami Tioga. has not given as much trouble ns it was thought it would when it was first burned. Hawk Eyk. Too cold to do anything but visit. Master Jinimie Martin, of Woodford, visScrabble, Shelby County. ited relatives near here last week. Rodgers is preparing to build Charlie Hulett left Saturday morning for Mr. a visit to friends in Woodford county. a large bam. Mr. John Lea and wife, of Shelby, visited Mr. Robert Deakins has been quite sick friends in this neighborhood last week. for several days. O. B. Sudduth is our champion Messrs. Brack Skeltou and Rube Stivers bird He kills from one to ten every have traded horses, Rube giving Skeltou a hunter. shot. og to noot. Wilboni is doing a good busi Colonel Geo. Moore says his medicine has Mr. T. If. at bis new store. He has a good stock given out and his broken leg pains him very 'oess much. and sells cheap. Mr. Win, Scobee visited his father in Da vo Moore says he will bet five dollars fihelby last week, and while there his that life will outweigh any negro in Frankc baby was taken ill and died. lin county. Messrs J. C. Moore, Charles Wilborn, Mr. Ezra Allison and wife visited this "W. 0. Dowden, W. II. Moore t'Bro. were place Inst Sunday, the guests ol Mr. and in Louisville last week with their tobacco. Mrs. Rogers. Old Uncle John Moore went to Loumville Mr. Henry Rogers and wife, of the Flat Friday of lust week to sell his tobacco. Although in his KOili year he still raises a Creek neighborhood, visited the family of W. F. Rogers last Thursday. good crop of the weed. Mr, Ben. Hulett has returned from his Miss Lizzie Stivers' school closed Saturday. She has given general satisfaction ns visit toW.oodford and is now trying to make a teacher, and the scholars have made, con- a bet that he' will be married before the first day of March, 1884. siderable improvement under her care, hog-hends Greeefensburg. Meister Shack Lowen sold bees vnrn to Robt. Clark, vat vas move in town already. Dot pil! vender Dr Shonson vas gon back to Danville to see dot gail. 1'cfore he start he hot mit himself a harp, So he vould learn to blay PROF. HARRIS' IE mw orcaulj weakness aud do. cay, And nnmcrom At ncarn ifTmrorsDEMMrv; dlscawn, WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TEAINS FOR widout key sharp. Dot Tioga mans say Col. Moore lelt down mit old bee, and broke hees leg. Dot vas pad iuteed. Vot Lige Hopper care, if dot olt mare, Vol was name Bee. vould broke her tain neck. So he dont broke his bottle. Meister Ed Blythe has sold hees varm to Shou Sluccr mid vas xocepted a position mit Schooler Harbison in dey grocery beesiness Shelbyville. fortv-seve- left-hand- ed vi-- -- Vill Magruder vas going to move lo Louisville right away pooty quick und a great many under changes vas spoke nv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. vich I vill towld you nboud somedine in de future. Shon Shinkins hav a barty und dose The direct line and popular route between Central Bridgepoit galls und Meece HattieTeen!ey Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinund Judy dont eotre uv I vould towld yu. nati. De next dime veil dey come I vould towld you till nboud id. 1 vas not brescnt in person, consequently I could not towld who Quick Time, Close and Sure Conbre-vious ea by rrticntlom clalniJ ol c her rctiicdkJ for thess trouble. Oct onr frca circa. and trial lactaso anil lctrn important facts before taking treat ucnt clsenberc. TiAe a rrmMy that has cured JLJST3D thotuanlt, cr.d doe) not ln tcrfcro 1th attention to bust IMPOTENCY. loss or causo pain or Iron, xenkneo. Fouudcit en sol. principles. S3TTted for over S citiflo medloalor and rrpa . f rowing lu fa ycara ey use In thou t!on. DlrcetappMcatlontotao scat of dlea:e mates Ita ipo sands of cases. rinaitiuaenco ten wuuoii delay. The natural fane tlcni cf the lromjn orrait. lira nro restored. Tho animating dementi cf TRIAL Ufa which hat a beta wasted ere given baelr. PACKAQE. becomes Tho pa'ien. cheerful and galas strength rapiaiy. SEND ODRfiSS HARRCS REMEDY CO., M'fS Chemist. 800)4 XortU 10th St., St. Louis, 310. One Homih-- s Treatment, $3 1 2 months,$5 j 3 months, $7, "sW&a. I tern . tl.illfcl i!irlelao, remit from youthful Indlicro. tlom, too free lndu'gcnto, nlcvcr brain work. Do not cmporl:ohlb tuch cnccilc, lurlc In jour sj3. baffling Aioli bJnc lmsoscil A Radical Curo FOB SPERMATORRHEA NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO lr Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 1 Richmond. ,11 1. XQQ For tickets and further information apply to your nearest or address Jamos C. Ernst, Oenernl Western Agent, LouIm-HIc-, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Virginia. j gEgWfW'-L- E r&NASHVILl Mtj vas. ut al Boss Rankin vas rent his shop to Doc Ilorene and vas retired vrom bublick life. Yah! das vas Doc shop; he vas der pass mit ven he dells dot lazy to do some dot dings he got to do it right away pooty quick ur he makes somedings und he yust stait do shop last Satuiday und begets blenty mooch vork, he vas got bigger shop und more monish ns vas dot Shinkins. Dot broves dot he can make wist so good vork us Meister Shiukiiis. So he rents dot shop and hires) dot Lazy vot vas vou mi of vork und now py shimmy he poont up dot Shinkins pefore long. Shiukiiis vas got u big sign mil Maud S Ion du middle und reading abound. Doc vas going to have a pootilul sign, green ground und red letters vas dot not fine. He likes red. Any color so it vas red nections. TIMi: TAIIIX IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Cyntiitana Arr l'.trN. . . Lve. Covington Falmouth . waWwaTm TO THE 28. t833. SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN FULLMAS PALACE No. s. 8 00 No. 4. m m ni p m No. . . . . 18 . Lvc. Paris, Arr Lexington . Lvo Paris". . .T Lvu (MillcrsbnrK I.vo Carlisle . . Arr Mays wile. . Lvc Paris . . . .... a m 3.00 p 905 a in 4.35 p 10 40 n in s.jB p CHS ti.iS.tjn J.20 it 20 ii 03 . ' . . ... a in O.20 p p raj 7.10 p , m in 6.20 p m p m 6.40 7 7". .... ..... . . . . . . vas mine motto. guess me looks me at dot Rounda-iioI yust gets mit der bost office. All der dime I gets me somedings in der host office. Veil dem Roundabout vellers make finding nice and neat. I dinks dem vellers vas rich and got blentv monish to gif avay souiedings like dot leetle baper for nodings without costing souiedings Now I cpoce dem vellers oxpects me to send dem von tollar for dot baper vich vas a pooty coot Soni Teensl dakes dot baper, but I ding. know a petter vay den dot, I will bony Meister Teensley's e fiery veek and see vat vas new or else I vill coax Doc Horene to subecribe und den I can read lies J vos Dock's pns and be vill be glut to do dot much lor his pocs, vat vas der youst of being a poss if you don't got some light vich de vimens vas pou nil to respect. Lit Doc tout dake dot baper, py shiminv I goes me to mien bans und 1 licks all de shildrens, dots de kind uv Hello! vat was din n man I vas, "uintid." dot Punch ami Yudy say? Vill Rankin und dot olt scheep mit de corn ciib. Owen 'leensley olt tog lied froze, twelve years olt; dot waB funny. Dot olt scheep vas voollv und dot olt tog vas harry. Shon Shinkins ami Ed. Blythe vas gone to Louisville mit Veil rrr. I a ml (j. 20 p ni p m S co p Winchester p nij 9.10 p ni 12.45 p Richmond.. Lancaster. 4 20 p 3.J4 i Stanlorcl Jnnct.l 400pm 5 00 p . 111.25 . 12.50 . I 2.15 111 .! uo p m ! 'ROM LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, ni m in Savannah, Jacksonsvife, Mobile, and New Orleans. m ut vot TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Jtinct No 1. nt No, 3. No in m in m ni 17 " Winchester Arr Paris Lve. Maysvillc . " Carlisle " Millernburg Arr. Paris Lvc.f.l.cMtigton . vParis. . . . . " Lancaster " Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . . correo-jov.'Jen- ts . . . . n.oo a . 11 24 a 6.00 a mi 12.45 p 7 20 a ml 2 25 p 8.15 a m 3.10 p 6.00 a m 12.40 p 7.3? a in 7.50 a m 8. 15 a m 111 1.15 p m 2. 10 p in 6.00 p m MlultAiN lU will receive special low Rates, Time, ttc., see Frankfort, or write to Sanlf tn ltniHAn lino of this road' rates. For Routo, E. P. DnvAN, Agent, .... m 1:1 111 . 2.o3 j) 2 29 j) 0. P. ATM ORE, Q. P. k T. A., Louisville, Ky. S. T, Smith, M. D. O. A. I). Arr - fi-- e) " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth. . Arr. Covinston . Lvc. Pari. . 7.20 8.15 8.15 8 50 9.53 11,30 a a mi a m j. 10 a 3.8 a m 4 55 a ni G.30 111 3.10 p m j. 15 p m 3.10 p ni p in Bon, M. D & p P 111 Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, i p m No. 25 leaves Leington 6 00 a. m arrives Mays, ville q'o a, in, No, 27 leaves Lexington 5.15 p. m., arrives Maysvillc 8.30 p. m. No27 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. m., arrives Lexington 910 a. m, No. 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. ni., arrives Lcx'ington 4 00 p. in, No, 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. in., arrives Falmouth I almuuth 6.15 a. in., Arrives 7.20 p. in. No. Covington 8.10 a. 111. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all other.s daily except Sunday. Surgeons, Rnptist FRANKFORT, KY. Oflico and residence noxt door to the S. Cluir street. slaus NEW PLANING MILL. Special Kill ch to tCmisrunts. For tickets, rates, call on or address S. time-card- Buckinham already. Meister Sbulian and Meister Carter vas got black ears liom fvrost dose ears vns bite bite. De reasan day vas fasten to green blnce. Dot vas nodings to got black ears. Ve see nigger mil black vons und a shack mule wit big Dose shentlemaus say dey got froze voiiH. no more already; dey hav hot demsvUes pair uv overshughs lor ear mulls. Dot Tolu und TafTy vas guied a boet, He don't got some piaines, und vas trying to show it. Tunch und Judy say Sam Teensley und Less Collins vas run fer KountyShtulgeund Sheriff. Veil let dem run, ven dey got tired running dey could valk. Ven nature made dot meet fer dem, As naturonly could, She put in goot material Und deu brouounccd it goot. Ven she vas koncluded mit der job She said she vouldn't budge, Until Less vas lected Sheriff Und Sam elected Shudge, Shentlemaus alrount, it vas uf yer expected, Dot yau vote fer does slientlemen, so dey vas got elected. Dot law must be vindicated uf der heaveni fall mit a crash. Oxkuse me effur I vas got lo go init little field. I vill klose by writing my scluf soinediug .down vot de gals cad. Some mokj; Tafi'Y vas Toi.u, connections, etc., J. . M. now WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CI1AS. L. J1ROWN, Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. (L W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Is prepared BEGULA.B KENTUCKY KIVER FACKFf, -- y,to,id:,ta,Moldiog ALSO sr,m&i1&' 4 Scroll Work, Stair Work . ffilSS?W May 15-tf. & Turnin ' , Qotten out in tho Best Style. iiiJSmsSmSLj-- FANNIE FREESE! IshIHI making her rogulnr tripn from Frankfurt Sho Icuven Frankfurt overy iinirningiinilSutunlu.r evening, nnd rules Tho nre iinclieaf! up nn.v other trunHpurtutlon. Fnnnlo Frei'Hc belnngn to Frankfurt nnd lo Oupt. S. V. Penuo. and why not patronize her? Ppiclivl rutei on all freiijhl going Bouth or vrcet' and through bills of tailing given, lo Loulavilli'. Veil-iidgJ- ay S. V. Fnoe, Prop'r. BEN FREEMAN, Mauler. Ay ait, rciTCfinra 2 fMPKIlTQRS. wm flTT t LOSS Appetite it has,, Our correspondent will please write his next letter in United Slates, Ed. A. B. WILLIAMS, July 14 tf. RESELLERSkCa liUuu vxy 1 ': " i Jti fy &I1 ' i." L 'a im x' J V-m T 'Vvtiw.r V ,ift a. ,'il. . m Mfe-MrffN- : sgnrrETnn wje lETflsry. iL'.'ini iT? 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