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' ' . jranKaiiKriiifl.i' f w-- v; ' ,' ' '' f r ' w?rovr' ' " , jf 'jpn.y.vwvv' w&aumumsrrvr .rms-... . : S? i rts:- - The Frankfort Roundabout. "?0w SEOROE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Vplume VII. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERSl FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 2, 1884. Between the Bridges. Court of Cluinis thifi week. Esquire Tipton, nnil wife were the. guests of Mr. O. Titiwley and wife, Inst Momlnv. Mr John Sliiclier litis bought of Eddie Blytlie liis portion of the .Tnmcs Blytiie farm in thin county. Pricu pnid $20 per acre. Mies Sunie Ciit'ett, of Alton, Anderson county, who lias been viniling relntiven and Irietul-- in thin neighborhood has returned i Number 20. Advertised Letters. qr MS Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! EquireS. I- -. Tins-le- lins licen attending RODMAN J A TSAW-MU.- & first-clas- heads, which they offer for sale, either set up comcheap for cash. Special plete or in the knock-dowprices on car load lots. Patronise home industry. , 'Dec. constantly on NEAR hand a 8NEKD, KAlf.ROAD HR1D0K, s article of hogs- Choice ALL Coal Cheap. home. KINDS DOU1U.E SCUEENKO Mr. Eddie Blvtlie mnde Iiii departure fop family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Shulhvville hint Monday, wher' he will act as PHlennmn for the linn of Scholar and Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. Hiirhison. GEO. B. MACXXiIXT, . FRANKFORT, ILLUSTRATED KY-Dec- . CATALOGUE. SiSZT'Z" PAGES. Misses Annie L. .Tolinsnn and Sallie Sharp and Mr. D. Johnson were the mieuls Lulia and Hntlie Tinsdey, one of Mis.-eevening last week. Mr. T. B. Johnson, of Graelensburg, has hnught out the hall ol Mr. It. tl. Wilniot'a dry uoil where lie will iiiiuttiiialely go into busiias. Prolessor (Jcoige Curter is vieitiny relatives in Uatnden, Anderson county, lhi week. .Don't tuny long, Protestor, you can make extra oud time while Eddie ih gone MUa Florence Collins, of White Hall, Dis. Sullivan and Speer, ol Alton, and Mi. Eddie of tiraefeusbur, were the quests of Mi.-sLeila and HatlieTinsly lust Sunday evening. Believing that Tola and Tally will tell all the news ot the neighborhood untold, and of the give a more particular moving ol anulher "bureau, ' 1 .vill leave the rest for him to tell. s) L'Stulili.-liniei- u, Wi-jgs- , es on I . talis, Soli asd Sib:? Witch::. SILVER-PLATE- D W4RE, . liv a'V-- French and American Clocks .3 Ifk Spectacles and instructions liow to use your eyes1 Wo are News is quite scarce this week and Punch is adeem, therefore. Mr. Editor, yon inu.-- t not expect much ola letter from this vicinity. As Punch teaches mo "never to give up," I will endeuver to give you u lew items. Mr. Robert Clarke, one of Shelby countv's energetie, and persevering farmers, has recently bought ol Mr. J. M. Loweu a tract of land north of Oruef'ensburg. running up to its limits, and containing 100 acres. Esquire S. M. T. ami 0. Tinsley left for Alton where they will make their la1! payment and receive the deed for the laud lecently bought bv them of the Moutnin" heirs, much to the regret ot especially one ol our young Indie.--. The Alfon boys seem to be particularly fond of thi neighborhood, but we are always delighted to see them, so come on We sincerely hope that their proboys. tracted calls will not avail anything in regard lo taking from in some valuable prizes for which they seeking. to-da- y, giving interesting prices. Send for cat- alogue. Miss Jennie Darlington and Misses Leliu anil Hut tic Tinsley attended the hop ghen ut Alton Hotel last Friday night, and report a cart and his brains pressed out. fie took it to the dissecting room and cut it in pieces, and so marked was the smell of alchohol that some of his students, coming in, nsktd whethera puncheon of mm had Iteen opened. The old couplet, "Satan tremble when he sees the weakest saint upon his knees," gels a queer verification in these days. On a recent election da) in a city of the lar west the W. C T.'U held a short pnuer meeting for the sticiess of the prohib'uiou ticket. A food Republican bethought himself nt the breakfast table ol this onslaught ol the spiritual forces, and jumping up said to his wife. "I inu-- t hurry and gft down to tli'1 polls before those women get at their praying, or I might be forced to put in a prohibition vote in spite of myself " "Forages past there has been a demon "compauiniiles, bearing de rampant, struction abroad,' seizing hold ol millions ol our noblest and bpst men and women and hurling them down to dnrkues und despair. This demon is the fierce and pitile-- s demon of drink. Fell destroyer ol our homes and tnercilesi slayer of our loved ones. It is nort8ec e of pe s is tl e judge upon hi bench, the juror in In box. lie preacher in his pulpit, the lawyer at the bar ars all victims to this dread monger. Look lady, how she at thnt handsomely divs-e- d totter and reel in her unsteady march about her stately mansion, L sten ti that poor wrcidi clothed in rag and filth, as she ft ggers through the streets shouting songs in hell. Behold that miserable compo.-c-d man as he crouches on the pavement holding lus aching head, trying to stop it throhiiig by drinking the fiery dinugi t see the work of of Satan; and monster. It i. time, oh! mothers, uith sou o dear, atulsister with bro h is loinl.v chciHheil. it is time, oh wives with huslu.n Is beloved, to aroue your-elvlo the dangers dire and dread of these loed ones and e deavor to check the tierv inarch of this There i need of lemon of Inleinpetnnce double vigilance aiyl activity during of guvetie, when wine and champagne, with ilsruddv jlow and sparkle, will is flow more freely than ever. There danger on all side for those we hold most dear and we should not neglect oar duty On, nor shirk our treat responsibilities mothers, what answer will you make to life lor otir Hun who L'ave up sak when He shall ilcmud of yoi.y r M.ui? W hat will yon reply to His qiie-nWoman where is I ne precious soul I en-- ti listed to our guardian care? How can you reply "Lord I know not." What if Hvshon'd make (dear your viiou and should show him you chirishul in infancy, crowing to rest as he lay upon your bream, riilferiug all the torments of the damned. Think you, mothers, ou can bear the sight? Ah no. But be assured that God will require him of you. U. Sins u.. of a man who was run over by I tlii-vile WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND Clay, Cash Barnes, Ella Bacon, Frank Brown. Ann Burnett. J L Brown, Lucv Will practice in the courts of Fcnnklln nnd the Olcnicner. Ephraim adjoining counties, and will also give specia Dickerson.S J Attention to the purcbase and sale of real estate Dobson, A B collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation Ellis, Lizrie of loan.. OfTico opposite Couit House. Juno Gaitts. Snllio Gentry, Henry Giiue, Bettie I Kiihii, Geo p Smith, Su-t- e llarpe, Wm Shackelford. Win Hason, Wm Tuesley, llattie JUST RECEIVED BY Hell, Kitty Veney, James Hughes, Nettie Turner, Mary Hnirori, Bettie Voorhees, D W jr Hodge, Georgia Winston, Nannie W,i,1p TTrinl ...... w, w .. Johnson, illte Please sav adve rtim! wlipn nnllm s for these letters. J . G. Hatch itt, P M. l-lv. -- Jane McGowen, F A MoEwa, Geo Marshall, Sallic Mavor, James Mu iler. John Owen Harriett O'Malley. M Pork, Fannie Jones Sarah Powell, Mattic Reed, Bo-i- e Banuels. Newton Streets, J a lie 9al Zatato Agent, Or , J i Y. BERBERICH, Meronazxt Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, FOR SALE. BUILDING AND LOT ON ST. X Clair street now occupied as an Insurance Otlice hy Payne & 4!erry. Pi ice $2,000. BE2XWEKJV ,MAItf and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana now. est styles of f.moy French cassimerej. Ho is prepared mako them up on slmr notice, and glvo perfect lilto HpilE Address, Jan. aG-iii- .J. H. Hamilton, Mo. :,ii FORMERLY OF mIS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, ting garments, stylish comfortable. febS-ft- and -- SAMUEL 'AYERS, es WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek. Main Street, Frank-tor- t, Ky., continues the wntcli repairing business at the old stniirj. Bv nromptnuss nti J careful work he hopes to merit the patronage of those ho ilejiro to have thfir watches ropaireit without Uainugn being done tbuin. Surveyors' coui-nirepaired nnd otbor instruments requiring delicate und accurate xtjustmon t. e" 1883.-- FALL 188a TREES. TKEES, TREES, thi-wiut- er Wo offer tills season an unusually larzo stock of FKUIT AND ORNAMENTAIi TREES, small FRUITS, GRAPEVINES, und everything found in a Nuuskky Estadlishmc.nt. We employ no agents. Descriptive catalogue's on application. lO-l- ui. In retiring from huiiies in o. pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in Mr. P. Ay re, and from iny long acquaintance with him a a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as every way capable of meeting the expectation of my furuicr patrons. U. Frankfort I take nov II. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexi.ngto.n, Kr. WOODFORD COUNTY FARM Sept. F. MEEK. FOB SAZiZ. OFFER my farm of 182 acres, and .McCrackcn's .Mill from Grassy Springs Church, for half i and the balance in one interest, liiiildings and fences plenty of water on the place. :t(l-- tf I JF-J- A.1N KITORT ca-.l- e located on the turnpike, one mile sale at J35 per acre, and two years with in good repair, and Mill-vill- MACHINE WORKS, Aug. ig-5- H. S. HARRIS. Alillvillc, Ky. JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturcrs of all kinds of New Work loi The Corner-Ston- e to be laid $100.00 active, A WEEK! Mon- OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing Jeweler. X. Up jur Street. Lexington t A'y. TRUSSES! A wit.r. nuv S3.00 vnr om? ITS BARD Genuine Stamped " I, B. SEELEY, ill or TRUSSES. WARRANTED, Trade If aft. BKKt .. Ho.. iglstorod. e.3A. V.SOoaear. Made in JLIGHT, r1 13 very Form. CLEAN. OK Ko.l. COOL, WILL NOT BlltiAK MUST. Every onn sent out warranted. They aro Indorsed by Drs. Gross iind Agnow, of Philadelphia. Thoy aro tbo bent. Cmna and see them. No obargo to show. Fo rule by Snutb JOS. LeCOMPTB, Frankfort EGBERT & SON, J , House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. ffiyPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. Orders left at AverilPs drug store will be promplty April i6- - ti attended to. I day. pleasant time ueiierally. and say it would ti" entirely to try to give the The ceremonies of laying the coiner stone names of the numerous beautilnl mid :c- complisbed young ladies, hand-om- e will take place next and of the gallant young gentleman present. Monday, at 2 o'clock P. M., if the ground The social nartv ivennt Mr. JenUim'. of ii free ol ice and now, ami the weather is firaelensburg. to which I e Tola and otherwise suitable. All visiting Sir Knight Tally, will call your attention, proved to be and Ma-tMason are cordially invited to quite a success The young !adic present paiticip.tte. The programme will be ns bewere Misses A ine and I. mini wiirm. Aiinio Johnson. Siillie Sharp, Martha anil Mary fore nntioiiuced. tiihli-- , Gov. Knott is to execute the work, and iiettiu ami llattie I.owen, Beiilah .lenkin-- . Pearl and Lonella Horeno and Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn will deliver an Mrs, Frank Cintcher. The gentlemen were address Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, Chief Dr. Johnson, Prot. Honch, Mes.-rJames By order of Brim, Eddie Wiggs, Eddie Blyihe, John Marshal. GEO. A. LEWIS. and Jim Jenkins and Mr. Frank Cratcher. JAS. A MURRAY, I hope the dead will come to life ngain WM. S. DE HONEY, ami put Jite into the dead lock, and when D. M. WOODSON, niiide alive will open the door that will let Commit tcf ('. (J. W. into the United Slates Senate, and then I believe when he gets in Harp. of hia office, he will do for us something that our has long tailed to The creek roads are so very bad as to be do protect the humble dinner's sheep , against the ferocious sheep killing dogs, that almost impassable. ate daily putting in their work in our midst. Mrs. E. B. Polsgrove lins about recovered Jt'DV. from a severe attack of the pneumonia. Stripping and Shipping tobacco is nil the W. O. T U. Notes. go among the farmers in this section of the county. The liver of time riches rapidly on, Somebody will be snrpried in a bringing us to the New Year, and to the as there is a wedding coming off time for thoughtful consideration of all im- no one is thinking about. portant subjects. Mr. Noel Moore Iirh been very ill for the Dr. Hichnrdson, P. R. 8., writing in the past few days with the malarial feer, but Church of England f'ronicle, says: When- is some better, w'ith hopes ol recovery. ever strong drink produces a permanent There are two voting men pacing their etl'ent upon (he hiiinnn body there is estab of falsehood. No one lias in 't respect lo the same lady. One isihe l'isiet lisliedthe habit a depsomauic whose woid can be relied on talker the othcr,is thejlongest stayer Wh h Men and women, the dipsomaniae class, will win her nll'ei'tions? luive to (Aime extent, alas, too often to the The weather being bad and disiyreealde saddest and extreineM extent, forgotten the docs not hinder the bows bom liuvini: tin r truth. This is so certain that falsehood fun, ns they have a dance about every see; becomes a pari ol diagnosis, if wc may ho oud night, rain or shine. say, of these cases. Who said it was not against the law to Joseph Cook in a lecture on "alcohol'c sell Eclipse Bitters? Twelve men said it and the brain," before a Manchester (Ejig.) ;s Saturday, o& they find Mr Hugh Burns auqience, sain: -- uno oi your JJritish pliy. $50 for selling them at this place. eioians caught up from the street the brain U. Know. quite n . pie-niner Wo can guarantee the above amount to good, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, cnergtic STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Ladles 11s well a9 gentlemen, make a succor in tho buslnix.. Very Utile capital required. Wo have 11 household article ns salable as flour. AGENTS! of ftSfOon tracts for New Work in nr.y the State. pat iG-- Oncdoor west of corner Ann and Hroadway streets North Side, 1'r.inl.fort, K). April t It is used every day in every family. iyt need to explain its merits. 'Iliere harvtst for all It Sells Itself! It costs jou only one cent who embrace this golden oportu-nitto learn wh.i You do is a rich y. s. IT RIMAB, our business is. liny a postal card and write to us and wo will send you our pnnpee!u and felt particular Has just received his fall and winter STAPLE AXD FANCY Lcgir-lutur- DBY GOODS, NOTIONS. Call and see him btancU stock of And we know you will derive mure good than ou have any idtiiof. Our reputation ns a company is such thnt wo can not to deci'ivi-- . Write to us on a postal and civ your address plainly und rvceliu full particulars. ?cpt. FREE! uf-lo- id ULrOKEYIiJ M'P'G CO.. is-iy- . c -o Murion. Ohio. &C. COAL! (i ITKAOCMAIIK COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. at Swigert's old A hh KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and forsale at Lowest Prices by St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. C. II. CtlINN, M. D. JAS. ELY. M. I). few-week- s? DRS. Offleo Hoars ELY & CII1NN, Old Office and Residence, Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M , 7 to I Itemilv fiir Ihrt jWEa'TTT Lt and nnnini cure of Seminal Emissions and I mpoton cy bv tbo oci)- tru jt til , lM,i Aj liciw t u tht priaeiprHci of U Immm. TU um nt tht Ttvn iy U mtenJJ with 119 nui or lnvontinhroct, dort iMciftrt with the or tmttj punuiti of life. Tht tnai of tnttrntst bit tioo-- ibt Iti ? ery Mrt rt curt, an 1 i$ tuw pronouot4 lutNM. ThJ it no noMfltiM W it thU pr aratiin. I'ru.tieal obwrTailon aalli ut t joiiiiftij fuirau'o iru i it ui cit pcrrccc aauifteui-n- , it is c t'rortio'i u 1 inn d;rta'tlng iKai eurtoz thUtrr tii njwt rational iaan( ytt d ootla amt prcraltnt troullt, TbaRrmri t cr4ef , I (laaliii J ft imMIri). I3l N. t (f!U I, h 14 I Vt Up la MNtl hot, of hr4 Kits. 'lilah. (rwAiitrsi, utrMltiraMiun fj) h,4(rflnf ( if It. Wlll, U .,..! tu.inwfs) )) t ! tr lrfo ! ihu iumI IT. It F'l.trHUHitjf hung ftttWNipaitr wS hn. uk u4t tnitv tt ui tt 8 P.M. ( nJ fut rthr ih v ut wji Pvwmlita PauilIiWi iiiaa Aittamiral k ra m4 th m that ikir m UNtTAMUM, KlTenkto, On!. The dry ellmato cures. Ttuout, Luniji, (all Ideo, ttti ,( routu, cost, free. HARRIS REMEDY CO. HVH CHEMISTS, Murkctun Mil, wtreyu. tT. L0lcf MO. m. m i) mrwrr it rft Mahol( oril. Ml Ml4 la liurrktiua.Blb-- BniAMi.. on I Hi 1 MftS11 M No, MARRiAGEa) Jkoow, Olbtn and unlit blodlnuCO .sEmfliisiW A J93Hh ft. .A..t FKces RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. 1" ct,papr 2Sc,M'nr 1R. ITbe ttpjj.ntonultatlonarwlnrnp'l WHiniERA?rfA&,j Xof Ma nli noil, )y(ihnina and ecaf,Scn ltiplaliisealcduiiM'lope'ror.nriijJBlstscaiiflUU, Address DR. WARD & CO. Louiilano, Mo. (!iowiotlrcil)iorlluiciiroiifAremoMJWfri, ... ... .... ,...PI,H7 H.n...tHlt caul lllllll II, mil 111 Hid most " notpil' mnl cucecasiul spuclallslstn Ihetl.S. i ' S&iM &A& kmMmmMt ;,;A, .ivl pilUpif ,ruiiljiljipiijiiilijpr;k.A44r.MiPW.,,., . ,.''..V. '.. ...J .;....( .'.. V'.-- .. .. , .: . t.,Jl!iip,illlJiWjun A i J w No attend to see stars in the operatic or dramatic professions, hut you go to laugh at clever nonsense and comicd absurdities of (S e at Frankfort, Kentucky stared at the i second class mailable matter. For the first time for nearly six weeks the speech and action, and in this line you will get nil you pny for, and more too. Make ground is free from snow. the acquaintance of Mr. Muldoon and his GEORGE A. LEWIS, family whenever they It rcmniiml for n Frankfort man to make come vour way. Sioux Oil Daily Journal, axidL Fta.'bllBlicr. the woiideilul discovery that Shakespeare 0,t. 23, 1883. S&Ltor was a dew and lived in the time of ClirNl. Will be at the Opera House Tuesday FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 2. 1834. night. Richatd Donnho, better known in this city as Richard Leonard, the bricklayer, Obituary. Thin is ground hog day. died in the Lunatic Asylum in Lexington Sister F.Uie N., wife of David Hall, after a There was the usual jnm at the caucus Sunday protrncted illncs of several months, died nt Thursday night, and there was such a great Mr. Lewi L. Cox is announced in this her home near Mount Zion, Franklin county, crowd in the gallery of the Representatives to the of- on Loid's, tiny morning, January 20th, 1884. as a candidate for Hetny was bom in New Hall thai the hamsters aroind one of the fice of constable. Having made a good of- She obeyed her Savior Castle, thirteencounty, and about jears Btnirwayfl gave way and a uumher of persons ficer he deserves an ago. A few years after her husbind made the good confession, both under the' preaching were precipitated down the step". Mr. WIN During the cold weather Capt. S. V. Pence of Elder Harvey W. Baker. Her constant littiti Long, one of the number, was very H. rota of f.ii:h and practice was the Bible alone. badly hurt and had to he carried into the fell on the ice on the pavement near Mr Blessed Bible. Often times when she could K. McClure's residence, and broke one of ,it upon her dying couch, would read the Penatc chamber and given medical attention the small bone of his left writ On Satur- sacied pages of Jesus and his love. before he could be taken home. her husband nnd two little boys, one day, while in Cincinnati, he was so unfortuyears old, and her ten and the Court of Claims on Tuesday appro-- , nate as to fall again and hurt the same wiist bister, S.illie other twelvemourn The Viores", to her loss. In printed five hundred dollars for the improve' and is now sufi'eiiug great pain from it. Bro. David Hall's sad bereavenien t he ha lost a most amiable Christian companion, inent of the road connecting the coutliern A gentleman was sitting by the slot e at adorned with the atttibutesof a most noble Shelby street with the Louisextremity of McClurette Bros a lew days ago, when a Christian character. In life's struggle, in the ville pike. Esquires Tinsley, Boliai.nni) bottle in his pocket suddenly bur-s- t and the daily avocations, she was ever ready as a helpmate and counselor to lend a helping hand and Russell were appointed a committee to contents ran out on the floor. On his atten- .vith her husband, and do what she could to receive bids for the work and it will be let in tion being to it lie got up hastily and make home happy. Around the lires'de and n short time. When completed this road will went out saying that it was turpentine; but family circle her familiar voice and footste s be a great convenience lo marketers having persons who were present areofopinion that are no nioi e. Though she he dead she lives customers in South IuanUfort ami farmers it Hiuelled more like n good article of tangle- in memory. Who cm measure the depths of record in memory of loved n s gone ? hauling grain to the distilleries. It will not foot than any turpentine the ever smelted On Monday. January 21st, her remains were h of the travel out be long before However, Col. Dave Moore, who home to the Bagdad Cemetery, followed by belore. of the city in the direction of Shelbyville was nlso present, is very confident it was the sad and silent march of her weeping husband and two little boys and her sister, will be over this road as the pull up the hill only turpentine, and is willing to bet on it. accompanied by a few friend-- ., and lowered is not near so heavy as around under the into the tomb lo await the resurrection morn 'lherace for the Democratic nomination of the dead in Cluist. Bere.ived ones, weep hill and is much shorter. The appropriof this district not as those who have no hope. Live as she for sheritVnnd for ation was a wise one. lived in life's brief journey, and you will is waxing warm and the brimmers are com meet her in the sweet by and by, where the A meeting of the Court ot Claims was ing out of their winter quarter rapidly. wicked cpase fiom troubling and the weaiy held Tuesday, when the following resolution, Mr. W. L. Collins, present incumbent, and find rest. felt and reported by the committee appointed to con- Mr. John W. Gaines are announced as Where sieknefs, pain and death are feared no nioic. fer with a like committee from the City canidates for sheriff, while several others In reunion strike glad hands with loved ones on God's happy shore. Council, was amended and adopted: are thinking of running. Messrs. L. L. It was the piivilege of the wiiter often the sense of the respective Cox, present incumbent, and Messn-- . Dennis Resolved, That times to meet bister Ilnll and husband around committees on the part of the county of A. Lynch and Clint. E. Taylor, jr., are an the sanctuary of God's eaithly house and Franklin and the city of Frankfort is that nounced lor constable and Mr. J. V. pai tal.e of the emblems of the body and blood of Christ, and the county of Franklin retain possession and Tiemere is spoken of as a profablc canidate. ptrtings onand now that her meetings more enith are over, and til at one and that and farm, control of the link is severed in the faintly of God on earth, Personals. in our meetings we will think of by gone day, the Board of Councilmen of the city of of her familiar voice in song and praise. Yet it Frankfort have the privilege of sending her Mrs. W. H. Sneed is a great deal better. we live to surmount life's turbid waters, we city to pay her paupers to said will meet around God's heavenly sanctuary Mr. Charley Sall'ell is confined to his bed with the redeemed to sing in triumphant proportionate part of the expense of running praise throughout the bright ages of eternity. naul farm (said expense to accrue from the with an attack of gastric fever. Mrs. O. B. McAndrew, who has been verv As a church we have lost a most nniiali e feuding, clothing, interest on investment sister in Cluist and we aie in deep sympathy iiibitrancc, tec.) It is understood, however, ill with pneumonia, is much belter. with brother Hall in his sad bereavement. Mr. John B. James, of Fayette county, J. B. F. Siicnts. that, if the county com I should not purchase and larger farm for the iifee of the spent seveial days in the city the first of the another week. paupers, then nothing in this order shall Mrs. Sallie Railey.of VersailleSjcame down be construed so as to force the county court In tuU city, on Saturday, January 20, 1884, to Thursday and williuake this city her future to take and provide for any pauper that home. Mr. John V. Meawun and wife, n tun. may now or hereafter be sent to it by the Mr. James Saflell has recovered sufficity, and provided for upon the part of the ciently from his recent illuesa to be able to walk about. county. At the rcoldenee of the bride, on Wednesday, Mr. F. B. Staines returned Saturday from January 811, 1884, by Rev. Oeorgo Darsic, Mr. The committee appointed to select a site L. T. Wadi:, cf Indianapolis, lud., nnd Miss e was allowed further Madihon, Wisconsin, wiieie he hud been to Jr.NNlB Olivkb, of Franklin countj, Ky. torawew attend the luneral ot his lather. time in which to report. Mr. J. T. Pendleton returned Saturday Squires Russell, Tracy and Ja. Carr West Virginia, where he were appointed a committee to examine the from CLurlecioii, At the residence of his parenN, near this nity, ihitmg lor the nni cur. lm bie on Thursday inurninj;. Jan. 'M, 1884, Frink jail and report at the next meeting of the Col. Ike Wiugate, who has been confined IUvsf.u., infant son of II. S. and Nnmui llantn. court whether or not the same can he so t) his room lor the pant two mouths with improved as to make it good and stiflicient, llieumatism, is able to be out again. what improvement will make it such, and Mr. Geo. A. Shea and bride, of the probable cost of the same. Indiana, tu-n-t Sunday in this city The following appropriations were made: the guests of Mr. Milton McGrew and wile. For the Bridgeport and Benson Depot Mts-rMonte Tlarp and C. D Camp $2,500 bv'll, ot the Kentucky Union Hnilroud, spent turnpike SUCCESSFUL USE FOB 1,2."j0 Sutuiday and Sunday in this city vUuing For the Peak's Mill turnpike HALF A CENTURY. f lends. The bent Remedy for Cough, Cold, Iypep. For the Mt. Zion and (Jacksonville lu and BhcumutWtn. lcsuro Hiallby Appetite. Mr. Marshall J. Allen and wife, who have Good Digestion. Uegularity ol tr Bowels. A pro 1,250 turnpike and to delicate fcnu.le, toothlnc and clou boonnervous been visiting in this city tor&eeial inuuthsj bracing the jystora, and ginng visor Bagdad, Jacksonville and Ben-o- n health to every flbro of the body. Soidby DniBgirtB. 'I huixluy altei noon lor their home in lelt Kor Pamphlota, etc.. nddrcn C. JE. SIVLLi Ot CO., 2 500 New York. turnpike 18 Cctfur Kt., X.Y. City. ,2."0 For the Devil's Hollow turnpike.... Mr. Landon S. Coleman is Jillinc I hi' 1H7:' place ol Mr. Chas W. Sall'ell at the Bianch turnpike OtlU o liee during his sukn-- s KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, and looks unite For the old' Louisville turnpike . :.. i.;. ,.i.i ,uiuc i. ..i.:. i .;.,. II until uuavOi The court then adjourned until Saturday, i.. ......i iii inn uiu ..i...... uviiiuti iiic i... Febuary 9th. FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT. Try Crutcher & Stephens' sausage. href in it. - mirth-provoki- AT COST. On account of the general depression of business, and an unfavorable j1 season finding us with a large .stock of heavy goods on hand, and at the same time desirous to raise money, believing in the principle that iit is better to realize the cost for coods and replace them with neweood -f ' ' every season, we have concluded to give the public the benefit by offering" them our entire stock of , 1 ng - enrloK-emont- . Slit-leave- s DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Carpets, Cloaks, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, &c, clld 1 AT COST FOR CASH nine-tent- con-nu- de From this time forward. As our goods arc marked in plain figures, the public can easily sec the benefit to be derived from our liberal offer. We also announce that only a few weeks remain in which you can receive a chance in our GRAND AND VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, viz: One Upright Piano, value, $500 One Oil Walnut Bed-rooSet, 100 Silver-plate- d Cooking Range, One 75 m poor-hon- se HARRIS & HERRMANN, December 22, poor-hous- e, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. 1883. A. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MOitlilb & AND DEALERS IN IIOKN. A1STU0M.; k CO., i MARRIED. Merchant Tailors. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 12-1 poor-hous- Jefier-souvill- e. MA.IIT STB.HET, FAXFORT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give TESTED jBY TIME. us a call. year. Jun. DIKU. STRONG'S XM s. PECTORAL PILLS COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver REGULAR po-l- at reasonable prices . ALL KINDS OF COAL jaaa The Muldoon Family. teti Club gave their third leap year party on Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. Mary Heudrick. The attendance was large, the elegant parlors being thronged with guests. The Indies present were Mrs Lizzie Pepper. Mrs John Rodman, Miss Broom field, Miss Swigert, Miss Jennie Hendricks, Miss Feeliue Bah), of Canada; Miss Amelia Cou.ptou, of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Miss Lollie Starling, of Arkansas; Miss Katharine Todd, of Shelby county;' Misses Draue, Todd, Rodman, Duvall, Morris, Henslev, Mack I'm, Ely, Savvy ier, Dudley, Wathou, Craddock, Stewart and Roberts, of this city. Of the gentlemen present there were: Senator John Bennett, Speaker Chas. Ofiutt, Messrs. James Buruam, of Richmond; Tom C'arothers, Newport; John Hawthorn Hill, of Louisville; Robert B. Wilcon, Russell McRery, George L. Payne, Dudley Watson Henry B. Wate, Jas G. Dudlov.jr., Jas. 1 Todd, jr., Will Lindsey, Will Grant, Hugh Rodman, Joe LeCotnpte, Henry C. Murray Gray McLean, Buford Heudrick, Sam, Johnson und John Milam, of this city. The Til-for-T- at An illustration of the saying "That a little nonsense now and then is relished by the bent of men." A rattling good home, and, from its hilarity, evidently a Iiim-:- i. k ffm UMjLl': preciating houe, attended Muldoon' Picnic at the Acadeun last night. A good laugh Ififitill making hor regular trips from Frankfort will do any one good, and the mortal is to to Loulsviliii. She loaves Frankfort ovory be pitied who cannot find something in the varied programme of the Muldoous lo excite his risibles. it is a variety show, lint one which is shorn ol t lie coarseness and vulgaiity which one is apt to associate with Special rates on all freight going south or west' the term "variety show.' There are antics anu through bills of lading given. FANNIE FREESE! therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and vA n,. y country. t for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Orders T2 Side, will receive prompt attention. .. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. ' I $ '' Telephone connection No. 2. S. BLACK. i 1 , aaa X .i . ILUfc v V r, 'Jl J Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to &v morning and Saturday evening, und rates former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the ,6ld nro as cheap as any other transportation. The stand. W. J. CHINN. Fannie Frceso belongs to Frankfort and to dipt. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . S. V. Pence, nnd why not pntronisso her? Wcd-iiPFcli- ty V.J S $ , M-- which are not suggestive of impropiiety, and witticisms and play upon words which do not bring a blush to woman's cheek. In the nonsensical absurdities ot Frank Lester and Maude Walker, in the Irish songs and dances of the Murrays, in the warbling of petite Emma Rice, and in the comic yet meritorious musical meliiuue of Smith and Leopold, there is a medley of grotesque fun which keeps the a alienee in aiuiunl a perpeiuul roar. The (inlv objection. is that theie is so much fun t a', one gets tired out laughing. And all that lins gone 'jefore is only preliminary t the exc ucintiugiy funny adventures of the two old bums, Muldooii'aud Mulcuhy. The entertainment is not one to criticise in cold blood, or hold up in contrast with Abbott's opera or Banctt's tragedy. You do not serio-com- ic S. V. Pno, Prop'r. BEN FREEMAN, Mutter, Ay cut. 81 GRAND COMBINATION. '84 A. B. WILLIAMS, iuly 1 Frankfort 'WEEKLY One Roundabout L W. S. DHHONEY' jjg V.'l 3 DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY -- ANU THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-mMA- 1 tf. MUNN A CO., of tho 8ciE.vnnoAMTOiCAN.con. tlnii-- i tonct in bollcihini 1 r J'utonts, Caveat, Trade MiirKo. Cui.yrlulils. for tlio United States, Cmiada, KiiKliitid, l'runoo, tiormnny, etc. Hand Boole uboufc I'ii l'iiIh Hnnt lico. 'Hi irl y.c von years' experience , I'otentHobtalned (W.aronotlccd PATENTS a.i.m.i wHimp, DRY GOODS? H80TINS. CflOCKEHY 4Fltrfu Spiral year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than the price of one. 4 GUM. m oruauwuj, now xoriC. ""NN ocTBrj wmno Jly paying us $1 oo you will receive for one year I cordially Invite you to oall and examine ay your home paper with the Gourlur-.Jou.rmi- !, Now and Froib Stock of Good. the representative newspapei of the South, Democratic and for a Tariff fur Revenue only, and the best, biislitest and ablest family Weekly in the United States, Those who desire to examine n same MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY pie copy of the Courier- can do to at this office. Sep3.tf. l V. Journal 4 'f , . ' " 4 , S ' ' '' ' ' ' ' " t - WPIWIlIBBRr. T.1. ''TMWIBIMWaWMfllKnWiTWiBBWr 9 'WWWJ1.: I FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 1884. FRANKFORT, FEBRUARY 2, AHGEST GinGULATIOM IN CITVAND GQUNTV TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Mond.tjr, October t6, the fotlowlriR lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for v this point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. 37 No. No. at No. 19 C. & O n S!35 . . . . Frankfort. r. m " Leave Louisville. Arrive at 8:15 A. M. 4:10 r. M. TRAINS NORTH. a:7 M. 8:30 p. M. Jo'35 A. M. VtS P. M. 6:40 P. M. Notick. Having about determined to Dr. Sam. James' cartoon ol the caucus, leave Kentucky I respectiully request nil Fire Inttirance Association representing a hen setting on eggs which thoc knowing themselves indebted to me City of London London and Provincial Kenton are pipped and the beads of the three to come forward at once and settle up. Germania candidates are just appearing, while their l'revrntt J. B. Uttkuiiaok. New Orlcani respective followers have ropes attached to aug Foit Rr.NT. Two office rooms on the them and are trying to pull them out of the shell, bus been photographed and sent to lower floor. Apply to Judge Duvoll. the Louisville Figaro. Wood's putent carpet Get one of n-i- The sale of the stock, crop, farming There will be a meeting of Frankfort Council, No. 5, R. and S. M., at Masonic Hall, on utensils, Ate, of the late Win Pnltie came laic residence, near Tuesday evening next, February 5th, at 7 off Tuesday, nt hi o'clock. A full attendance of the Companions Faimdale, and everything offered brought is desired. remarkably gooil prices. Corn in the shuck By order of brought $3.25 per barrel. C. II. Hatcihtt. Muster. o. m. JAMES, JVILI OI'I'O&ITE COURT HOUSK, FOR SALE ! h(0)H J.UOU1CLUUU XL6WXU,f Handsome Suburban Property. FRANKFORT, IiY. London. London. London. Covington, Ky. New York. Koston.. New Orleans, La. Owlnff to the diminished sixoof my family t wish to Jl.poso of in.v hitndomu rosidincu on tbs Lawrcncoliurgpiko. The houe t.aa ton rooms, 1? in thorough repair and ha nil modern conva- niencet). Thcro art nix ncroa of ground attnoheo! (to tho plaoo. I will sell ltho- turtilKhtd or un-- I furnished. Apply to toe on the premise? or at tho storo of Oray A Roduinn. linns easy. - Auf. Job.11 25-tf. T. Cray. a Louisville. No. 18 Leave Leave Frankfort. 10:27 A. M. Whiteside? the Government building, which were pot poned several weeks ago, will take place on Buy a trtir-- fiom Joe LcCompte. Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Gov. Knott BSx? First class board wanted by a quiet will conduct the ceremonies, assisted by the C S. ccntlemitn and wile, itui private family of the Maonic Fraternity, and Hon. J. refinement and where there ate no boarders. Blsckburn will deliver an address. Location central, best references. Address At a meeting of Capital Lotlge, I. O. G. T., "A," care of this office. Monday, Jan. 31, the following was adopted: E. P. liesoved, That the thanks of this Lodge be When a remedy has proven itself to be a ladies who cure for consumption and perfect lung reto The regular Fel rimry term of the Frank- and they are hereby tendered the took charge of and conducted the festival storer, it should be kept in every well regulin Circuit Comt will begin Monday. given for the benefit of this Lodge at the lated home. We refer to Dr. Wistar's Januaiy 25, 1S84; to the Jailer of more, Franklin county, Dan Slieelian, for the use of Balsam of Wild Cherry, a single dose of Choice Family Lard. 25 potunlft or will cure an ordinary cough or cold. and for the many tourtcses which bottles will cure consumption. It is 10 centH per pound at Crutclicr & Stephens'. the A few received from himself and nsiNtant, Ed. very pleasant 10 take. The State Grand Council of the Roynl Emeihon, and to the citizens of Frankfort for their generous patronage. Templars of Temperance will be organized That these resolutions be Boarding A few boarders by 'the day in Louisville Tuesday. in city papers week or month. Wanted by Mr- R, B. ROB r. H. FRANKLIN, W. C. T. at LeCompte house, near Iron Bridge. 01 e Ct.AKKNcr, Er.iiKKT, Secteliuy. BMajor Ben. Blni.ton died at his home mile below this c!ty Tuesday night, after a The people of Frankfort should patronRemoval. lingering Hlties". ize the new wholesale aid retail coal firm m. s:?J No. ai a:3S p. m. M. No. ai leaves Lou, 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05p.p.m. s:ta No. ao C. & O. . . . 3:0 p. m. No 38 leaves Lou. 8ooA. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. Trains No. 13 and at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at i:i5 noon, and 7:15, P. m. Train 00 p. No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, bhelby-villM. Nos. 23 and at connect at Anchorage for Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. m.. and returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s v.u will carry pass ngers between Fnnkfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 37 and 3 arc Sunday trains only, HRYAN, Agent. s e. 7:00 A. m. door. They keep strips for your If the streets are free from ice and snow out water and will not rot. For sale by the ceremonies of laying the corner sione of A; McEwnn. out-ddc CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERTST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL No, 439 Main St., Over Grutcher & Slarks' While Hal! Clothing House INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- Court-hous- e, tf. Court-hous- e, pub-li.he- d - Me-Ke- e, CHAMPION Messrt. Muhoncy .V S.icra will sell out Drs. Hudson & Bryant have removed their livery stock at auction on the 14lh their office fiom the oldStrobrid-i- lesidence und cloe out their business. to the building next to Mesrs. W, A. & Co's. warehouse, on Main street. Mr. L. B. Marsliall has removed his Gaines news and fruit store into the room in the Attention, Companies. o'd Mansion House corner lately occupied by Mr. John M. finnta. The three military companies of the city are requested to assemble at their armory at 'Squire Pat. McDonald purchased from 1 o'clock Monday afternoon in full unifo m Gen. A. W. Dudley, on Monday, his late for the purpose of taking part in the cerresidence on St. Clair street, opposite the emonies of laying the corner slone of the Bank of Kentucky, f..r $4,400. Government building. Mr. W. C. Stieod is announced a candidate A Call. for City Marshal in another column. There is no more popular young man in the city Believing Col. Geo. W. Moore to be n und if elected he will make a good and effgentleman of the old school, n business mnn icient officer, to the dot, and who, if elected, will make a The Court of Claims seems to have faithful officer and discharge the duties of jiiatiee, without trom the legislative the office with caught the dead lock on fear or favor, we hereby call upon him to becaucus. It seems to be at the questions of a new jail und selling the come a cnmlidute for sheriff of Franklin farm and purchasing cmiutv. ami snould he accept we promise present him the warm support of another. MANY VOTE KS. Mr. Clias. E. Taylor, jr., is announced in We Should Smile. this issue as a candidate for constable. If those who went to see Yank 'well's Ueing as clever a fellow as there is in the district lie cannot help but make a good off- company in Muldoon's Picnic Inst mlit did not get their money's worth, then the icer, and if elected will discharge his duties amount of laii'jhter and the shouts of joy faithfully. The play was preceded were no criterion. o with several specialty acts that were lealh Capt. B. C. Milam has purchased of Mr. good. It is such an evening's entertainment E. F. Bryan his residence on Clinton street that (hives dull cure away. Aurora Daily Newt, Sept. 2S, 183.1 for $2 000 and presented il to his daughter. This company will appear at the Opera Mrs. Buck Keenou. Mr. Keenon and famHouse on next Tue-daFebruary 5th. ily will remove to it in the spring, when Mr. Bryan vill go to his farm 10 leside. rcont-igioeven-hand- ed 11 poor-hous- e y, of S. & J. H. Told, for they have come to slay. Office at II. 11. Williams' giocerv, where Mr. Peter E. Told can always be found ready to wait on customer'. South-side- , - your system running down? Is there a feeling of deciepitude taking possession of you? Are the functions ol your digestive and urinary otuatis impaired.' Is your blood bad? Does .'ores and pimples trouble you? Do ou suffer from aches and pains? Are you weak, and does the least exertion give vou latigue? Beuau! Regain perfect health by using Dr. Guysotl's Yellow Dock and I- Sarsaparilla. Wood's patent carpet strip keeps out water and will not rot, just the thing for outside doois. For sale by Whitesidea & McEwan. good second-han- d boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson it Meek. For. A up-rig- Sale. et MONITOR! by For L. CllM-tci- i v fit , For scrofula, syphilitic disorders, thin and watery blood, sluggish lier (indicated hy'poor diges i hi) weak kidney- - (indicattd by urinary sediments), diseased mucous membrane (indicated by both nasal and urinaiy catarrh, inflamed eielids, etc.), use 's Yellow Dock and Saoaparilla. Di. It gradually rebuilds a broken down constitution and restores robust health and strength part. No other remedy equals it. to eu-iGuy-ott- Sale JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. MANG-AN- , ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CITY MARSHAL. Wo are authorized to announce. W. C. SVEED Mugs; as a caodidnto for City Marshal. Sub- SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Sq.-V5.ar- Street, aiTcrtlieast Osraior, Capital Orders by telephone promptly attended to. . ject to the notion of the Democratic party. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y a Only about thirteen chances left on the silk quill, which will be rallied for ht, 4 t Stark's, at halt past seven nt Cruic!ier-o'clock. All who have taken chances are requested to he present or other present will bo selected to rufile for those who are absent. y.jM ' lnf gutter netir me pump uu .uitni in front of Messrs. Marshall & Meagher's, brtiitie so blocked with ice that when the thaw came all the nurfuce water in the vicinity ran into the well and reudeted the water 60 unfit for use that the handle of the pump was taken off Tuebday to prevent anyou drinking it. tramp by the name of Win. Brown stole an overcoat from the residence of Mr. A FOR SHERIFF. Masonic Notice announce- myself .1 cnniliibito for reI hnroby to the office of SheiilT of Funnlilin of Hiram and Esoteric. flection The members county, Kiibjtot to the action of the Democratic Lodges are requested to meet at the Mut-oniparty. Y. L. COLLIN'S. Hall at one o'clock Monday afternoon for the parpen ctol participating in Iheoerinonits to announce JOHN V. Wo aro authorized ol laying the corner stone of the government OAIN'I'S a eandidiito for ShoritV of Fr.tnklin buil ling. Members of sNter Lodges are county, subject to tha will of tho Domocratlc cirdially invited to be present and take pnrt party. in the ceremonies. FOR CONSTABLE. Wo nro authorized to announce L. L. COX us IN MEMORIAM. to tho offioe of cona candidato for stable, subject to tho action of tho Democratic t R. K. M'CLURE & BHO. Austin J Kendall. COARSE WINTER Have an im mense stock of new party. lit ram Lodoi:, Jai. .., M. Dooley and u pair of pants and a vat from Mr. L. L. Conway Monday warning, and was caught on the street by Mr. Conway, u short time after, with some of the clothing on. and was turned over f'iend, and his family an Wo aro nutliorired to announoe CHAS. E. No. 4. A. Y. M., TAYLOR, JR., as a cand'dute for constable, FitAKKFiiRT. Kv , Jan. 22d, 1SS4. subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Wnr.KKAS, Our beloved brother, A. J. Kkndai.i., has been suddenly stiicken down by the band of dentil in the prime and strength of his mature manhood; therefore, SERvoraDrnarre Resolved, 1. That in the death of Brother crs&nlj eakucM aui do. cay, lis numerous on. Kendall Hiram Lodge has lost a valuable caro (incases, tiSI-ifilir.il !tIclu,iJi.U and cherished member, Mnsonry a warm from yuuthfjt luJUcra. tloci, too frco lnduljvn'o, friend, the comn. unity a good and respectful una cur cnia wots, in citizen, his friends a true and warm-hearte- d Cot trcporUa UI9 lucb your BOOTS & SHOES! They are selling MEDIUM PRICED I I at prices so low - PROF. HARRIS' yfcarjeof grand larceny. 1 It 4, policeman who looked him up on the sfcsA1 J The remains of Mrs. Henry Church, rice Miss Maria Morgan, of this county, who died suddenly at Kansas City, Missouri, on Monday, from a congestive chill, were brought to this city Thursday and interred in the Cemetery, Just one mouth ago she visited relatives in this countv and returned to her homo the perfect picture ot health, Inmily. Her young husband, whe is a Franklin county boy, has the warmest sympathy of a large circle ol relatives and friends. indulgent and affectioiuue father and husband, their their head, their strength and chief support. 2. That we tender to the bereaved family our warmest sympathies, ami point them for consolation to the Almighty Father above who has said lie will be a father to the fatherless and the widow's God. Resoled, That n copy of these resolutions be spread upon the record of our Lodge, that they be published in the local papers, and that a copy be furnished his bereaved conn-selo- 'i .3&ta 9 ! goods to that they strike i n select from. Call and so them Itcrror to all Call and exam- - ASadicalCuio roB SPERMATORRHEA IMPOTENCY. B3F Tested yoftra by ruciLloj luiL In tern. Atold beta; Impend ob by prcccntloui claim, ot other naicdiet for thesa trouble,, Oct oar freo circa. and lir and trial package bebra l.ara Important fact taXlnf treat ot elwwhere. VaVe a KOkdjr tfcM bii curtd thouaasdt. acS doe not in tirrcro tta attention to bust, efiOOTS & SHOES competitors. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, at your earliest convenience. sands of cases. tot over 8 uo In thou lenience. Founded en eel principles. cntlQa medical Crowing la fnoraut nputa ncia or came pain or tscon. h I w"ile the stock is fresh. T. DM XQZ TRIAL PAOKAQK GlISTAVi: SlIKAFFKIt, D. M. V. A. Woods-on-, SEND ADDRESS tlon. l)lrtap)'.lcitlontoU:J ,ca:ofdi-ro.-J- S makes Its ipo- rno inuuenee re wunum Trio natural fucj. delay. tlcni of U10 human urn a aro restored. Tit arlmailnv ckmcat, ct life vttlca tats bcq waited am flven back. The ra'lent booou.es oheerful and alu strjugia rapidly. HATSCAPS., NEW STYLES ! NEW STYLES !! Kauthndkun, Committee. HARRIS RE ME 800 ItONTH'B Nona lot TltUTWHT, $8 2 UQNTHt,f$ 1 8 MONTH 1 COM'PgChemUU. ., bc j.obii, so. ft V .- -. 1 iw : Vn, .M Wv :-- s aifii m j vy J4A. :MM K' 'A i I u vmmt&mmmmwmimmdm v ' 'J vt :i ft ' mr. 7 t - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, -- . Jett. Fix up your sleigh, Rip, and try it again. Mr. Lee Owens says be will have to enlarge his grocery In the spring. Miss Fannie McC'anu, who has been visiting Mrs. Lee Owens, returned home Wed nesday. Miss Katie Shipp began a subscription Monday, school at the white school-housthe 21st inst. Mr. Tom HaydonV child, who baa been quite ill for some time past, we are glad to learn is improing rapidly. Mises Sallie Cotton, of Versailles, and Nettie McCown, of Midway, who have been Miss MattieCrutch'er, have returned home. While Mr. Harrv Shaw was shoveling corn from a wngon the other day he slipped and lull across the side of the wagon nntl it iR thought broke several ribs. One day la-- t week a hay rick belonging to Mr. John Hanly fell over burying five of his sheep under it, but they were all extricated the next day without any serious injmies. We would say to our from Graefenshurg thnt we are not well enough acquainted with the German lan linage to take a German paper, therefore we insist that he uses our kind of talk. e fellow-corresponde- nt Wi' Mrs. Mary Johnson, accompanied by her sona, Levi nnd George, and daughter Edna, have been on a visit to Mrs. Win. Graham this week. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West yia Cincinnati. Ches&poako and Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR PHILADELPHIA. TIIR i ft . L - j, I ft t Jacksonville. Tlie snow in nlmoot gone once rrorc. Mr. Clifton Bright is very sick with pneumonia. Mr. Robert Johncon i? not expected to live. He it very low with coicumption, Tlurrali for Judge .1. K. P. Moore; for e is the foremost horee in the rnre for County Judge. Mr. William Johnson hns just finished his new sleigh; but unfortunately for hi the snow lint nenily nil gone, perhaps for the rest of the season. Mr. John W. Thnrp and family, from Indiana, nre visiting his lather and other relatives near this place. He says times are good and easy in the portion cf Iloosier in which he resides. Gukss plea-aire- , . j n ' !,. Flat Creek. Mrs. Mnlinla Allison is still very sick. Mr. Ransford Peyton had a'very nice milu eow to die from eating tobacco. Mr. John. W. Rodders, of Harp, visited Mr. W. II. Allison last Tuesday. Br-',V Bi has returned to her father's after two year's absence from home. Mrs Almeda Brewer is visiting her father, John Warren, before he leaves for his new home near Shelbvville. Sunday , .Tammy 22d, the little inDn:i fant of Je-s- e Pace andjwife, Iroin an attack ol whooping cough and pneunionia. Rust Cm- has renteil the house ot W. L. Lee. now occupied bv J. E. Robeits, and and will conduct bis basinet-- in Franklin county next vear. Mr. Thcnphilus Grubbs spent last Wednesday night with Mr. John Wniieu, while mi his way to Shelbv county, where he is looking lor a future location. Misa S.illie Tcrrel g There was a very good croud at last Sunday night sit Mr. Tom letl's. We nie glad to see such interest in these meeting and hope you will all come out again next Sunday night at Mr. Billie Jell's. As Mr. John Hnydon and Mr. Robert Gnilinm were returning from a visit to Elkhorn Sunday, in a sleigh, the horse became frightened at soni'i one riding up behind, and began kicking and running. Mr. Hnydon escaped without injury, while Mr. Graham received slight injuries on the leg, but the sleigh will have to be repaired before it, or what is left of it, will be admitted into the scrap pile. U. N. 0. prayer-meetin- Bridgeport. The Old Crow Distillery is located at this place, nnd is now in full blast, mashing 2lH) bushels per day. Mr. Sylvanua Johnson is the manager. Mr. Win. Shy, Veteran U.S. Storekeeper, who has been on continuous duly IbrNOdnys. paid n Hying visit to his lutnily at Blneliek Springs this week. Mr. Robert Lnttti has been com fined to his room some four weeks with typhoid-nalatia- l lever. We are happy to state, however that he has passed the crisis and is in a fair way io recover. The wife of Mr. Alouzo Price baa be?n quite ill for some weeks, but is convalescing now. We trust she may be speedily restored to her usual health. It is rumored that Mr. Win. Bud Babbitt will shortly lead to the altar a blushing We onng damsel from Clifton street make our bow, Bud, and hope that you may live long and prosper. Joe Kole is the champion jokist in these paits, and notwithstanding his arduous duties from early mom until 10 o'clock at night, he is the same jovial good natured fellow. Long live Joe Kole. It is with much regret that the employes of "Old Crow" part with Mr. John Jameson, who hns been on duty here for 60 duvs A more pleasant gentleman, or more accomplished stort keeper does not exist in this district. The town officials of this burg are Mr. the A'cilde, Mr. Robt Kole, Ben John-sonthe Burgomaster, and Mr. Joseph Sanders is the chief of police, and since b's induction into office marauders and deadbe.ils scarce hereabouts. in this 'district i in a The school-housdilapidated condition. It is a disgrace very The to the inteligence of the community. citizens are abundantly able to and will no doubt conler together at once, us to erection of a suitable nnd comfortable school-housCagiu. , are-ver- Quick Time, Close and Sure Con- NN6T0II. nections. ONLY TIME TADLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lvc. Covington No. 9.35 a m in. 40 a m 8 00 1 DEW YORK. 28. 1883. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE ' No. 4. a in m m P m S08 p m b 30 p in 6,20 p m 7.10 p in 6.20 p m 6.40 p m No. 18 A SOLID TRAIN MOM " KalniontU " Cyntlnana Arr 1'ttm. . . LveTFaris . . . 300 p .... Arr Lchigton I.nnctster.. Richmond.. ii. 15 a . a m la 05 p 20 111 tt I I LOtri SVILLE. Cincinnati, and TO Arr Mayville, . Lvc. Paris Winchester Lvc Paris I.vc. Millcriburg I.ve. Carlisle Lexington, Ky. . . . . . . . . . . ... 8.30 p m 11.25 a m! 6.20 p in 12 50 p ml 8 00 p in 2 15 P m 9.10 12.45 P m 4 20 00 p m1 5 00 4 700 pm pm . Arr. Stanford Jnnct, p m p m p m WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH TRAINS NORTH. SI ATIONS. Lvc Stanford Junct. II (1 M FASr TEAINS FOE No. 1. No. 3. m m No 17 NEW THE "STORK. ROUTE TO Winchester Arr Paris I.vc Maysville . ' Carlisle. . . " Millcrsburg . Richmond Lancaster . . . . . I I t.15 p m 24 3.io p m 6,00 a m 12.45 p in 6.00 p m 7 20 a mi 2 25 p in 8 15 a m 3.10 p in 6.00 .1 m 12,40 p m 7.30 a in 2.o3 p in jii.oo a DIRECT u .1 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL Arr. Paris. . . . 8,159 7.50 a m m 2 29 p n, 3.10 p m 2 15 p in e y For tickets nnd futthor information apply to your nearest ticket-officor uddresR James 0 . Ernst, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. Arr. Covinjton . C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, No. 25 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. m., arrives MaysGeneral Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., ville 9"ot a. m, No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m., arrives Maysil!c 8 30 p. in. RiciiMorvn, Virginia. No. 27 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. m., arrives Lexington 9 to a, m. No 28 leases Maysville 12.40 p. m arrives LcVington 4 03 p. m. No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m., arrives Falmouth 0 15 .1 m , arrives 7.20 p m. No. 5 loaves Lvc.tlt.exington Arr vParis . . . Lve. Paris. " Cynthiana.. " Falmouth. . . a m, 9.5s a m it. 30 a m 8 50 7 20 .1 m 8,15 a m 8.15 a m 3T10 p m 3.48 p m 4 55 V m C.30 p m 3tn pm e, -- NEW PLANING MILL. e. Covington S 10 a in. Nos. run daily between Richmond. Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. Spt-cin- l Rnten to ICmljirunlM. time-card- J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Point Pleasant. is n. a'.' w ber of Iriend to monin her loss. Her were interred in the cemetery at Bagdad. Mr. Riley Clark has purchased Mrs. iiumber, 55 irali Wnrren'h geee, nineteen in iir $4.75, and says he wants u hundred of their Tho-- e wishing to dispo-- e Mime. louls will call on Mr. C. Mr. Geo Lindel left this place Tuesday, fhe22d nit., to sen the last reniaiusof his son, who had been nccidertally shot with a pisHe died from the tol by Squire Wood. effects ot the wound in a few hours. Thecanidatcs for constable and sheriff ate making things lively. Plenty of mud. Dikd. Sunday. January 20th, Mrs. Hull, been quite sick for Georgie Hancock has Mr. James Glore, wc are happy to sny, numwile of Mr. Dave Hull. She leave.-- a several days at Mr. J. W. Jackson's improving rapidly. connections, etc. For tickets, rates, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. P.ROWN. Gcn'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. . W. Pinning Mill, to furnish Is now prepared ull kinds of BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. J tr i . Bf i. re ' ft ? ' 'V k 4 Y iv ' f Wt M i , ' , v fftHHH Tobacco still passes; from fifteen to twenty Stripping tobacco is all the go now, at leaM with those who have that weed to hogsheads, every day. handle. Miss Lee Ko"tell visited the Point last Mi-- s Pns Crntcher has relumed home Thmsday, guest of Mrs. R. J. Shannon. from n month's visit to friends and relatives Mr. Ed. Stiver.--, of the Point, visited his nt Benson. mother instead of his girl last Sunday. Aunt Sallie Roberts, who has been quite Mis Flora Wallace, of Antioch neighborsick dining the past month or two, is im- hood, visited Mrs. R.J. Shannon last Thursproving slowly. day. The directors of the Bridgeport nnd BenMr. Drenfal Moore, of Flag Fork, visited son Turnpike will meet nt Benton Depot the Point last Sunday, the guest of R. J. Satuiday, Febnary Kith. shannon. J UMBO. A tenainent. known n the Blanton house, Frank Moore says he has got all right belonging to Mr. Thomas Farmer was again and has plenty of wood to loan out, but Switzer. by lire Inst Satuiday night. Loss no money to loan. $800. Xo' insurance. Miss Minnie Owen visited the Point last Winter seems to be in full blast and snow-iThe sale of Mr Win. Pattie, deceased, Thursday, and Mr. James Rossell visited the abundance. was well attended last Tuesday. The arti- Point Sunday night. has been quite cles sold biought gooil pi ices, Col. David . Mrs Elizabeth I suppose John Kosscll has taken the widow-am- i ill Iqi- several days. A. Potters auctioneer gone clear off, for wc do not see him as What is the matter John. we used to. Mis. Virginia Carter has been very sick Anew wav to catch rats: Find a place for i be pnr-- t two week- -, but at this writing wheie the lime, - oil, thrust in vonr d through the Point last Rusty fas' is much bettei. do-- e them quickly and ou have him. At week en rmtte'for Frankfort. He has traded his candy pnllings nnd oyster least this ilhu way a lady in this town did bone mill off for a sled and gone to seem to be the oultr ol the day in auppfis The water coupes ate very much swol- marketing'on a small scale. lliir part of len in consequence of the thaw. The gradStill they will (lance. One at Mr. Robt. Depot Hying ual deptirtnie of the snow, however, 15. H. McCoy is at Owen's Saturday ni ,ht; one at Mr. Lnnny that dc-- action that might have other- Flinn's Monday night, another one at Robt. Miujs on the patent money box gotten up wise occurred. Owen's again Tuesday night. So they go. Mr. C. B. Hopkiu-- , of that place. by Mr Jerry Carter, of Indiana, spent sev B J). Head, of Monteiey, has been in our Tula and Taffy vviites the dead languages. neighborhood the pat two weeks. He hiii eral davs this week in this town the guest ol We would be glad if he would send us a his being dictionary of his language so wc could post been putting in the time sleighing, pulling Mr. Chuiehill Bailey and anil! . hi-first visit to this section, his loriner ourself so we could read his letter or !citd and eating ovsters. candy years. lor thirty-nin- e some one to interpret them for us. Bad colds seem to be the general comthe fact that private letter informs Too much .snow; We aie never pleased. plaint in our neighboihood, mote especially Dr.A W. Lee Crutcher's wifeus of two children and now too much mud, but foi all that Mr. Noah with the oung ladies and geut&, who have a great deal since the snow are quite sick at their home in Calilotuin. Goins does not stop. Wet, dry, rain or snow, been of this entire community cold or hot, be goes regularly with Jiis m.iiket The earnest Ml. ii that they may bo spcedilv restored fo wagon to Frankfort to supply his custoineis Mi. Gen. B. Snicer has sold his farm to health and strength. with good things to eat. Mr. Spn Mr. Dixon, liom Skinneisbiiig. Dill Snow says, that if there is a widow in Harry Thomas says a mountain divine ier will start with bis family to Illinois, g through this section hir-- t summer, Franklin county that hns got five children, all vtliete be will perhaps locate for Hie. Mr. dry weather, delivered boys large enough to work in tolncco, and Dixon will move to hii new home in this dining the protracted lor the following pravcr: '0 Lord, giant us tain! she wants to manyjust let turn Know, this lie neighborhood about the lit of next month. year We want none ol your huriic.ins, nor gut w tils to plant fifteen acres of the weed citizen of our washeis, but a legiilarold lashion nubbin and he has got a little home to take hei to. Mr J. I. Jone-- a village, bins thnt be will make the race lot ntretcber." on the Stoney Creek pile The in ISSi. He is well qualiticd to till Avt--or A ottng gentleman, desirous of finding was burned last Sunday and was n total loss will make the ibe ollice. nnd if his girl was at home, ami being too to the tin npikc company, as we county u good officer Voters, consider well out i' to lace the music squarely, rode up tueie was no insurance on the building. bashful his ca-- e before you pledge or promise to any wa to the fence uud inquired of the boss if he Mr. Geo. Shackleford, the one had any tobacco plains to quire, "No," fortunate enough to save nearly all of his The ludy pulling given by Mrc South, said the Colonel. .Ju.--t then, 10 his great household furniture, and the gate is now kept on the hill. laft Monday night, in honor nl her neice. relief, the dear cieature made her appear- at the old Miss HiiiiiIi'i Stone. wa indeed a ery pleas-n- ance, and the gallant young blood was Misses Lizzie and Aggie Stivcrs,of the Uidge, Tho-- e in attendance enjoyed iilb'iir from hisdilema. visited the I'oint Saturday and Sunday. Miss in plea-aconversation and iliunwi-heLizzie's school is out at Fallen Rock, Shelby quilling ein.ily uiiiil a very lute hour. Each Glendale. county, and she gave general satisfaction. She lliemselves as having exprej-sc.one pre-eis now visiting her relative and friends and , enjoyed a K"ihoii of plcaMiie that would Wi'l you please tell me where Tioj;a it? will spend a month or six week with them. Jung" be remembered by them. She will then go to Kingston, Jamaica, where I can't liinl ii 111 my GeoirrHtiiiy. she has a position offered her as a teacher. Belie Carter gave an Thuif-dnnight Mirs Mr. Ben. Levis uud wife visited liis We are sorry to lose so good a young lady About twmty Miuug ladies fulit'r'ri family at tliU pi uue tliix week. oWe'as Miss Lizzie fiom our neighborhood. Last jjind gents were in attendance. At halt past May she graduated at Midway Female Orphan ii'ijilH the guests were invited to the diuiiig- Messrs. Win. T. JoIiiihoii nnd George School with honor. She has taken great fairly groaning under Waaliin;,ton .Johnson, ol Taylorton, were on pains to srooiu, wheie a table piepare heiself for a teacher and we :'HB burden ol good things was heloie a visit here lust Wednesday. think she could do well any where she may llicin. Each one played well their part at Mr. Capehy Hawkins, who is fattening cast her lot. Our best wishes will go with Alter supper the remainder of r the table. cattle at place, lost a her. "the evening was spent in the usual way un- - many hcadolthis week this an overdone of Hawk Eve. very fine cow by a late hour. Alter congiatulating Miss Belle.Qii the success of the evening, each slop. one faced the storm in the direction ol Mr. Win. Stucker has built a handsome Exetheir 'home, hoping thutit would not he long new cottage near the corner of Clifton and .nut jl it hey were ipvifed to attend another Glenn streets, and has moved his family ucli suc'utl, into it. Office. ed pa-se- 5,F? ALHO J I Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Mayl5-tf- Gotten out in the Best Style. . G. A. D. ncvvN. M. D 7- - BOILS) &flMW4aM3 ' 1 S. F, Smith, M. D. Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Office, iSfiOlMll'Il PROPWETORS. iTHA Surgeons, R.E SELLERS & CO. uue PITTSBURGH. PA j- FR A.NKFORX, KY. 'hnrch, St. Clair street. anil residence next door to the BaufUt - one-hor- se 40 REWARD! The Game Law goes into effect on the 1st of February, and any person who catches, kills or offers for sale any Partridge, Pheasant, Woodcock, Rabbit or Squirrel after that date is liable to a fine of pie-ven- t" ti s ho-ne- Three Dollars For Each Offense. . cold weather and continued snows most all came has been killed, and in order to protect what is left from Hawks I have concluded to offer as a reward to the man or boy who will kill and bring me the heads of the largest number of Chicken, Blue-win- g or Sparrow Hawks, before the 1st of May, a next DOUBLE-BARRELE- D BREECH-LOADING .ileigh-ridin- de-i- re It is believed that on account of the extremely pus-ni- f J . toll-hous- e , widei-dam- l gate-keepe- r, el-- e. toll-hous- e SHOT-GU- N! WORTH FORTY DOLLARS. This gun will not be given ' unless some competition is excited and at least fifty Hawks in all are killed by the time named, and all killed within fifteen miles of Frankfort. The Gun will be on exhibition at my store, on the corner of Main and St. Glair streets, where I have for sale a stock of Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Amunition and News Matter, which will be sold at bottom prices for cash. Mr. J. B. Dry- - L den is in charge of the business and will give you his best attention. 1. B. MABSHALL. Frankfort, Feb. 1st, 1884. ,1 ut s nt nt - -- 't Job Work Neatly cuted at this