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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 4, 1884. Clntule Buckley, Emi., Iuir sold out tlic AtidiTHOit Newfl to Mr. .f. T. Boswcll nntl will give hm whole nftention to his grocery. snlis-fnctory Number 21, Tioga Largest Stock, finest Cignrs at Bantu's. Fine Bananas, Grapes and Banta'st Oranges nt WK CROMWELL, Tobacco Hogsheads For Snle! Buy n pair ol Terry's seizors from II K. Mr. W. J. Hughes has purchnted of II they do not prove McCltire & Bro constantly on hand a fmt chss article of Messrs. .1. 0. Dudley & Bro., their they will take tlicm hack nml give either set up comwhich they offer for ll will and the lumber biisi cheap for cash. Special plete or in the you a new pnir. prices on car load lots. Patronize home Industry. ncs. Mr. J. G. Dudley will, we undersold, Dec. "Many VolerH" ia very hnsy jttit now in a short time go into business in Louisrnlling on gentlemen to liecome candidates ville. for office. Many i a whole team on the The rninscf ihe'fMt of J1 be week sosatura-ted'tlicall, hut when the voting i.s to he done he ground ar uml the well of Mis KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED is not very numerous. ALL family use. l'roinpt Delivery, Full Mary A. Oayle, in South Frankloit, that The pulpit of the Christian Church will the wall inside of it gave way on Wednesday Weight, Bottom Piices. be filled morning by Elder P. S. night and the earth caved in, completely Telephone connection No. 30. Fall, who organized this church more tit nt filled it up. The water won splendid and fiy yearn nfjo. The usual night een ice by the wp',1 had been in me for over a half centheptHtorol the church. tury. A hogs-head- s, RODMAN & SNEBD, TSAW.MILL, NEAR RAILROAD MUDCE, knock-dow1- saw-mi- Choice Coal Cheap. e i GEO. B. MACKLIIT, Dec. I FRANKFORT, KY. TO FREE RAILROAD FARE LEXINGTONIRETURN. ANYONE BUYING At a meeting of the congregation of the Presbyterian Church Instnijdit a unanimous call to take charge of the Church was tendered He. J. MeC. Blimey, D. D., who ia at preHcnt supplying the pulpit. Sunday morning, between half pnol five o'clock and daj light, some one broke into the store of Messrs. J. W. Johnson A: Co., on Shelby ctreet, by placing the point of a screw driver, or some iustiunient of the kind, between the S!ih and the gluts of one of the doois and prizing out the glans. An unused emli drawer was found open, but at there was no money in it, he got none, and only a pistol and some tobacco were The thief evidently win frightened away before he could secure anything of value, or d.iylight was too dose upon him. By the side of the cash drawer be opened was another locked with a combination nlarm lock, in wbicr. there was several dollars in change, but he either did not see it or was ntraid of the noise the lock would make Mr. James V. Poyu'er. a Franklin county boy who has been residing in Winchester lor the past nineteen years, spent a portion of Tuesday and Wednesday in thiseitv. He says our city lias changed so that the drift pile was the only thing that looked News very scarce. Attorney-at-LawBorn. January 23d. to George Mitchell AND and wife, a daughter Mil Eter. Miss Florida Rodgers visited friends in this vicinity last week. Will practice In the courts of Frnnklin and the Mr. Henry Miller caught ten pole cats ailioinitiK counties, and will also give specin out ot one log, and says it was not a cood attention to the purchase and sale of real estBte collection of rents, elnims, and the negotiation log for cats either. ol loans. Oflico opposito Court Uouse. is so warm in this While the aiienfl's race June precinct why don't some one announce lit n self for constable; ue underMtiiid tint FULL E.m will not be a candidate. WINTER ! Mr. Alex. Rogers has returned from his tiip to Indiana well pleased with the counJU5T RECEIVED BY try, and so well pleased with some of the fair sex we learn he will make another trip in a lew months. Alex, is a squaie down, good clever fellow, and if any ol the Booster girls are so lucky as to get him they will take away one of Kentucky's favorite boys. , vsr Heal Estate Agent, 25-ly. 11 ' . f ', IS n M, 'y.M . Y. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, && ' '. - M 1 ji "' FOR SALR AND 'pijE BUILDING occupied X. Clair street now Oltkc by Payne Addres-,, BETWEEN MAH and BROADWAT Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana new. est styles of f.moy French cassimeros. Ho is prepared to mako them up on ghor notice, and givo perfict miluni. Pure Apple Vinegar, all kinds Spices at Bantu's & Berry. LOT ON ST. as an Insurance Pi ice $2,000. l i r Watches and Diamonds. TRUSSES! A We are glad to find that medical scien has at length cut loose from the old theories I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT and that the most advanced physichns are and RETURN. now using, not the medicine prescribed by some particular code 01 school of doctors, but the remedy which will soonest effect a permis-ted- . manent cure. "The Drs. K. & Iv. Surgeons," of Cincinnati, Louisille and St. Louis, J. C. Kennedy, M. D., principal, are the leading exponents of this new doctrine, and through the medium of their representative, who for seventeen years controlled an extensive pract tM7-citvmn-D rk- -' tice in the city of Baltimore and proved him. self a most skillful physician and surgeon, can be consulted by all who desire on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, Feb. 14th, 15th, W. O. T. U. Notes. 16th, and 17th, at the Capital Hotel. Every Mrs. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, will deliver her class of disease and deformity tieated successfamous lecture upon "Constutional Prohibi- fully. Consultation free to all. Four days tion," in Frankfort on the nth and 12th of on'y. been Mrs. Foster Large Slock of all Kinds of Jewelry February. with the W. has T. U heart and C. and has hand allied Bridgeport. spoken trough most of the States in behalf of AND mi iuii:iiiiciaii.c. ICglSiauun ls iciiii-uRain, Rain, Raju. By a unanimous vote of its Legislature New Old uncle Winston Vaughnn has Ven Hampshire decided to introduce scientific ill recently. temperance education into the public schools. quite It is the thitd State to adopt tin-- , precautionery Mis. Martha Jackson has been ary measure for opening the eyes of the much indisposed for ceveral days. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing children to the physical and mental results of We are jilad to announce the fact that intemperance. Vermont and Michigan hning in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms enacted similar laws pieviously. Mr .1 T. Stateu has recovered from his recent illness. void after this month. Temperance work is not confined by deThe voungeat child of Butler Branch has Nugent of the nominational bounds, Fatheis OTIS W. SNYDER, Roman Catholic Church, the priest whom been quite sick for several d iys Cardinal Manning described as the Don't back out, Tolu and Taffy. Rise Manufacturing Jeweler. Father Mathcw of this century, has opened and come again. rooms in Livcipool as counter Jv". Vpjitr Street. I.exiuijUm, K. free concert Mhst-- Nannie Browder and Irene Boyd, attractions to the gin palaces. Drunkenness is that which puts out the fire of Frankfort spent last Saturday and Sunon the health and condemns wives and chil- day in our illage. dren to hunger, cold and rag-- . It means February oth. 1884. to Mr. John Born. peculation, theft, rubbery, aion, forgery, HoJkiitK and wife, a son; weigiit 11 lb-- . murder for it leads to all these crimes. Wet or dry, cold or hot, light or dark, Circulars are being distributed calling for the party business goes on all the Mime. nuv you om-- op wiM. distiict conventions to elect delegates to the Mis". Laura Wooldridge. of Eminence National Temperance Convention, to meet at Pittsburgh, May 21, and nominate candidates is the guest of her nieces, Misses Lillie and for President and Vice President. A platfo in Emma Russell. Gmulne Stamped " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED will be formed for the Prohibition Home Owing to the wet weather very little has Protection party. been done toward the tobacco crop. V. C. T. U, meets every Wednesday afterFrom present indications, it seems as if in Sunday School noon at 3 o'clock, p. m we are to have a repetition of the disastrous Chriftian Church. room of flood of February, 8811. $10 OR MORS ! Jan. 26-im- . .F. JH. WATERMAN, Hamilton, Mo. &c. "it. " Watches, Fine Clocks, Engraving, A 1 fit-ti- n? rb SAMUEL AYERS, -- carments, stylish comfortable. and . tMi ,u V5 ' f' fer36m. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Table Knives in'oase, WA.TOH ?IAKER, 1883. TREES, PALL 1883. mr t$olid Gold Spectacles OR Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the watch repairing business at the old stand, liv promptness and careful work ho hopes to merit tho putronnge of those Wo otfor this season an unusunily laree stock who dosiro to have their watcher repaired withof FHUIT AND ORKAMEXTAI. TREES, out damage being donu them. Surveyors' com- small FRUITS, CRAl'EVINE?, and everypares repaired and other instruments requiring thing found in a Nurorhv delieato uud accurato adjustment. Wo employ no agents. Descriptive catalogues TKEES, TREES. on application. 10-:i- A EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him ns evtry way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 11. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleaure in expressing my entire confidence in nov H. F. IIILLEXMEYER, Lkm.mjto.v, Kr. WOODFORD COUNTY FARM Sept. F. MEEK. FOB. I 30-- tf SAIE. located on the Mill-vilturnpike, one mile sale at $35 per acre, anil two years with in good repair, and S. le M SILVERWARE, FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai niacturersof all kinds of New Work lor OFFER my farm of 182 acrci, and .McCracken'H .Mill from Orasy jjprniRs Church, for half cash and the balance in one interest. lStnldings and fence plenty of water on the place. A"g; 'f'Sm. H. MilKillc, Ky. HARRIS. ;fi V& $100.00 We A WEEK! active, cm ruarantee thu above amount to good, oncrg-ti- c tJ Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, AC. Ladies a well as gentlemen, mako a succcs in the business. Vry little capital required. Wo have, a household article as safablo as flour. .AGKEINrTS! s ESyOontracts of the State. for New Work in at.y pan One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April i6-- t 9B3.00 : f."T.RlYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY particulars It is used e cry day in every family. You do not need to explain its merits. There is a rich harvest for all uho embrace this golden oportu-miIt costs jou only ouo cent to learn wha-oubtisinc N. Ruy a postal card and write to us and wo will send you our prospce'm and fi'H y. It Sells Itself! wo 'm 1 5 4i .,u r' n 1 lias just received his fall and winter stock of And 1 A Call. Trad Mark. itexed. SfcSA. Vo.80omMTf. Ko.l. Xo.C Ko.1. Made in Every Forzn. LIGHT, NOT C001, The Republican of Franklin county will meet in convention nt the Court House in Frankfort, on Monday, March Hd, 1884, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for sherilf. By order of J. C. Japkhon, Chairman County Committee. CLEAN. RUST. a. WILL 1MKAK OH Advertised Letters. Brown, Ann II Baker. W F Euile, Mack Hawkins. J S Hnlecv, J M Hunter, Thos Jones, J M Burns, Ella Doisdii, Lucy (limit, Jo Holtou, Mnccy JOS. LeCOMPTB, Johnson, J S South Frankfort. McCiuty, John Raney, J C EvniiH, Walker & Reynolds, Parker Richardson, Win Strong, Win Schulz, Chr ouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Ta) lor, Mary W ntoii, Elicit Welsh, Mollie White, Joseph Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging Yoiinir, Snrah Winteroll, Mrs B a speciality. Please say ad vertised when calling for Call at McClure's and jjet a pair of Terry's Order left at AveriU's drug store will be promplty these letters. J. G. IlATOUlTf, P. M. Scissors. Every pair guaranteed. April to- - tt attended to. Every on it sent out warranto. They nro Indorsed by l)rs. (Irota nnJ Aguoiv, of l'hiladel-phiTliey Am thu Lost. Ciime nml sou them. No charge to show. For solo by llaslrtt, II y EGBERT SON, fgf The many friends and relatives of Mr. H. S. Bantu and family in this vicinity deeply sympathize with them in their recent nfllietion, in the death of their dear litt'e babe. Seveuil of the Alton bojs paid our town vNit last Sunday eve. Nor is this the Hist, and if we are to judge the future by the past it will not be the last. What object they may have in view is not ours to say. We hope, however, young gents, you have no designs on the young ladies, as thereby you might render some poor fellow miserable She festival at Mrs. Mary Jenkins' Inst Friday evening for the benefit of education in our vicinitv was a success beyond quesBy eiglit o'clock the spacious rooms tion. wcic filled with the elite of not only this section, but'of Frankfort, Al on and I'eytona as well. The occasion was one of great . enjoyment to all Any attempt on our part, however, to give a full description of the afl'air would be futile. Sutlico it to say, all passed off as merry as a marriage bell, and we may therefore be pardoned for writing par excellent. 11 prct-ent- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Btand St. Ckir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. C. H. C1IINN, M. J). know you will derive more good than you hau any idiaof. Our reputation as a euinpiny is such that no can not afford to decvUt. Write to us on a postal and Hive your address plainly and rectivo full FREE! pirticuiars. Sept. is-i- HL'CKEYK M'JT'G CO., Marion, Ohio. ,tj &C. COAL! COAL! Call and see him at Swigert's old LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND l nml forsftleftt lowest Prices by ft. B. MACK LIN. kwjjjlt1! An mitrr!? rewind poltilrITecUa . 'L i IlrmtJr for th tni.tv ,nl nrmnrf cure cf Seminal Emissions and Impotency br ih only ?ii ,!irIAip1kfttJotiutttpriQcipr(feioCiMt)tHUf, Tl tU rem ly is fWtJn4 wnti no v u or I ntoo ao tf rtbianot. u4 tjntf inurff n with tbt onliatr; funuitt cf Itf. Tbii nod of trutmot nt ku too-- t tb tcit In very itti rt ttwi, an 1 U ituw a pronounooJ iocovm. fh j U bo nooatiiM aboui thu pr janitiua. dbMrfttioa U ltcrffi MttifMUca. tubltt woa. IMitmly (unniN ii ill firt It If cf Jrl hj tbt MrdlcaJ I rtttU ta U tU iuet rtioiJ uttat Tit diMoi ct4or re.hUjnilciirlnx tUU ittj prtrtlcnl troutlt, TbBmJ If IHtufUMtlbut No. 1 (MflMM W airwHM. K, I (Um n( . iiMik), m :iri JAS. ELY. M. U. trut, DRS. Office ELY 7 & CHINN. 12 to 1 P. M , 7 a t;i and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Corner Main and Washington. tt tu if attwriMktrr, f4nr. fit.ll i.Ullrtiw)l mn-i- Nt,l(yiimilknliMlH .k t I OfTico 8 l. M. Hours to S A. M to HARRIS REMEDY Mirkct and Mil HtrvtM. ratiaisHltiMaf nr hiiUmmi tkM rl 1m it)r rot w Ik Jul, of f. limi m it J lfilaJ. OO. MF'G b rw ortnl vffH( Mtnho!, liM HI'. ).. I Vi IMIN (Utu CHEMISTS, I.OUlf. MO. 4 01 f MMMW0M. Rrmskte, Oil. Ths dry cltmata core. Hose, Ttuoat, Loots, full Idea, 3d p., routo. cost, irco. MADDIAP.CANDmrf aoupce. f All that thadouhtfnl rmrlnn.rr1ltniiFitrlBrt.nf tn know, OtothnpdauUt blading Wcts,parr2Jc,Mar-- J 1 FREE! RELIABLE .1 - IIIHII IIIHULUUIUB' Illustrated. " SELF-CUR- E. $ riain UU1U0, ll pioo.HdncMftiMi. monei orstPi.Dic iTpTeatfpolnlUt.NervoatT)eblllt7jmpodlaaeirt Ito ManiQin, Ooutultntlon and Pitmpi ltt free. KaBtt A favorite nrnanrtntlnn nf minor .S"" thu IllMLt t A.. ..".. ' ......"".'."" 'J."" suc.'essim ipuciunstsiii llicu.s. (iiovictlreil)i()rtlinciiroorerrotMBrfc;;y. flout atanltiHHl.Wcahnesa ami Jrr.Sout lttpUln6caledcneliiieVee.lriip:lstscauUUlt. Addiett DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. .... ... vi &M r -- WE yMM$ iriiN&idHaiBri' 'i'TXV , v ' FS. ,', 11 Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Soap, Starch at The ground hoi saw his shadow on Satur day, and of course retired into hie hole for BantaV. Frankfort, Kentucky six weeks longer. in tared aati'hepost-offlco- class m tillable matter. Mr. Win. Craik sold last week to Mr. tocond Mr. Urb Williams, formerly of this city, Turn Wells, ol Lawiencebitrg, a flue Jersey writes from Savannah, Georgia, to have the cow lor $S0. GEORGE A. LEWIS, city. H E'vu'bllsli.er. Roundabout sent to him in that and thinks The Tit lor Tat Club will meet with Mrs. BdLltor spent the lat summer in Texas L P. Tarleion, at Fleetwood Farm, on he will go to New York the coming sum FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 9, 1834. Monday evening. mer. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. at DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP ! anei SELLING OUT: We herewith announce to our patrons and the public that the firm' of. rr 1 ijr . ?.. ?- - t'-,- - -' ir-'- J t-- r '!.!?. if tlmVl '? IJ !j ' ? U v ' v n r ?i .t , ' number of the Masonic. Fraternilv of this city will visit W. F. Beard Lodge, nt Miss Vcnie Herndon will leave for Bailej'B Mill, in this county, this even'n a visit to relatives in Covington. Tlie ceremonies ot laying the corner-eton- e of the Government Building, which were for the purpose of witnessing the conferring Master Frank Kaauaugh, of Shelb-ill- e, on 7th of indefinitely postponed of the sublime degree of Master Mason is isiuug his purents in this city. on account of the extremely cold upon Mr. Charley LeUompte. MKb Belle Samlets, has returned fiom a weather, took plnce Monday. Notwithvisit of several days to friens in Eminence. The L. & N. Railroad will sell excursion standing the weather was very damp, and Miss Agues Nicol leturned Saturday Irom tickets from this city to Cincinnati to enable the etreetn in a miserable condition, there festival a visit to liieiuU in Lexington. all those who w ish to attend the opera was quite a large turn out of military, FireMiss Sue.Gheeslin lell Tuesday for an exto do so at a small cost. The price for a men and of the Masonic fraternity. from this city will be fie tended isit to lelatives in St, Louis, round trip ticket Hon. J. G. S. Blackburn having declined dollars and they will be on sale from Monday to deliver the address on account of be- - until the 25th inst. They will be good going Mr. J. E. Kent returned Saturday from ing a candidate for United States Senntor, only one day after date of purchase, but will a visit ol seveial weeks to friends in Louisa county, Virginia. Lieutenant Governor Jas. H. Ifindman be good returning until the 25th. Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Saturday afternoon is place, and very kindly consented to take With this number we issue a supplement, lor a visit ol several weeks to lelalives in rill the position, as his remarks well did he Louisville. were loudly praised by all who could get Dr Harris circular. Rend it carefully. The Mr. near enough to hear them. By a mistake Doctor graduated in the classics and medi- Beiii-o- P. R. Patlie has sold his farm near Depot and will shortly remove to cine and w8 duly invested with the degree" of the C ommittee of Arrangements Gov Texas to ic&ide. Knott was not consulted before the time of A. B. A. M., and M. D., is a celebrated Miss Lou. Puttie, of this county, has and as a practitioner of was fixed, and as he was compelled to be in to Richmond to make Iter home with few equal; a gentleman of ironebrotiier, Mr. C. Louisville on that day his 1 ice had to be medicine has her D.P.ittie. We have no filled by the Worshipful Master ol Hiram fine ability and rare culture. Mir. Sallie Mehornev, nee Norwood, alter hesitancy in snying to all suffering with dis- a pleasant visit to her Lodge. parents in this city, A light rain began falling early in the ease, even if pronounced incurable, give Dr. has returned to her home Lagrange. morning and continued nearly all day, which Harris a trial and you will get relief or be Cnpt. Buck Jenkins, who has been quite led some to think that a ill from his Arkansas hunting expedition, postpone" cured. is about well again. men; should be had, but the committee in a colored boy about 14 George Dot'-on- , on with the cerecharge thought best to go Mr. Levi T. Crutcher, one of the olde t years of age, who resided with his citizens ol this county, is lying ill at his monies, and about half just two o'clock in on the Versailles pike, about a mile near Jones Station. the afternoon the procession formed on St. from the city, went hunting one day during Mis. Nelson Chesmaii, who has been visitClair street, under direction of Col. J Christmas week and was not again seen by L, li. Wan en, returned to her home Stoddard Johnston as Chief Marshal, assis- his friends, who, supposing he had gone on ing Mis. in St. Louk on Monday. ted by Capts. Judge W, II. Sneed, J. a visit to his mother, who lives in Wood-foMr. Franklin is still lying very ill mid J. L. Rodman, jr., and Dr' county, thought nothing of his pro. at the residence of his son, Mr. Walter J. L. Price in the following order: traded absence. Saturday morning, while Fiauliliu, in South Franklort. 1. Platoom of Police. Mr. Bragg Wilson, of Lexington, who hi a some bovs were looking for a .lost cow, they 2 Frankfort Cornet Band. . isitmg the lamilv ol Mr. A. found his dead body in Mr. Henry Crulch-er'- s been 3. McCreary Guards, Nuckols Guards, woods, on the Cove Hill. His gun lay Cromwell, returned homeSaturdav morning. Governor's Light Artillery, and Corps of by his side empty, with a hole in his head, Mr. John Kearn, of Leipsic, Germany, Cadets from the Kentucky Military Insti- showing how he had met his death. Po -- is in the city looking around with u ievv to purchasing hind in this section. tute. tions of the head had been eaten away by Mrs. Win, M. Saflell returned Saturday 4. Fire Department. birds or hogs, but otherwise the body was from Washington City, where she has been 5. City Council in Carriages. was well preserved. Coroner McEwan visiting Mrs. John G. Carlisle for bevtraJ 6. Frankfort Conunandery, No. 4. when the jury weeks. notified and held an inquest, 7. Hiram and Esotric Lodge. returned n verdict of accidental shooting. and son, of Mrs. Alex. McPherson 8. Lieutenant Governor ilindman, orator We understand there are rumors of foul her Jeffersoinille. Indium, are of the occasion, and Rev. Dr. Morris Evans, play, a some parties who went hunting parents, Mr. F. D. ltVJdish and wife South Side. acting Grand Chaplain, in caniage. with him have disappeared. The procession moved east on Main to Rev. J. B. Tharp, Superintendent of the Ann; north on Ann to Broadway; west on A lady who nas evidently been much the M.isouic Widows an. Orphan- -' Home, Broadway to Washington; south on Wash- annoyed by having nmbier spit upon her Louisville, spent Tuesday and Wednesday ington to Wapping; eabt on Wapping to the hearth or carpet, send us the following with in the city Mrs. Wallace and daughter, of Indiana, Site of the buildirg. the request that it be published; are visiting the family of Mr. Walter Frankabout the building and the lot The streets Gentian root is said 10 be a tobacco anti- lin, having been railed to the bedside ol upon wli'ch it was located were densely dote. Buy two ounces or more of the root of Mr. Massie Franklin, lather of the forpacked with a large concourse of people coarsely ground. Take as much of it after mer. quid ol who, notwithstanding the falling rain, had a meal, or oltener, as amounts to a Chew it slowly nnd swallow the " Obituary. gathered there to witness the ceremonien, juice. Continue this for a few weeks and which weft opened with a very appropriate vou will conquer the inmtiuble appetite for Died. Near Peak's Mill, February 4th, prayer by the Grand Chaplain, Rev. Dr. tobacco, which injure both mind and ho.lv Mis. Moi.1.11: E. WlM'i.R, wife of Mr. James to be Winter, in the Morris Evnns. Hon. John L. Sneed, and from which thousands 44th year of her age. Deceased free, but give up in despair." was a lady of amiable disposition, whom Acting Mayor, then delivered a slioit but We have the statement of a veteran none knew but to love. She was a consistent eloquent address of welcome, after which the tobacco chewer, who has tried the above, member of the Bethel Baptist Church. She corner-ston- e was lowered into position, and leaves a laigc family, who deeply feel their to the effect, that so long as a petson has loss, and to whom many friends offer their Mr. Norman, who is in charge of the work, the gentian root in his mouth theic is no bincerest sympathies. None knew that death in a few appropriate remarks delivered up the desire for tobacco, but as soon as that is was so near until she wa in its embrace. tools to the acting Grand Master who laid so their thrown out the desire returns as strong as Gone the suddenly fromearth midst, gone shadows of where cannot come. the stone with the usual Masonic cei emoiiiesr ever. He also mivs the use of the pentian She leaves behind her many deeds of Christian Gov. Hiudmun's address, which, Next came l. woik which stand bright and beautiful to woo dives one an appetite equal to a although gotten up on short notice, was Tlie only remedy for the use of tobacco is to those she has left behind to that bright world above. very appropriate and loudly applauded. swear ol! ami stick to it, and we testify as an Weep not for her that dieth, The ceremonies were then closed with the For she sleeps and is at rest, expert. benediction by the Grand Chaplain and the And the couch whereon she licth Is the green earth's quiet bieast, large crowd dispersed. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, the celebrated fe During the ceremonies a salute of 38 guns Weep not for her that dieth. male lawyer unJ temperance lectuier, will was fired from the wharf by the Goveruor'h For her struggling soul is free, two lectuies in this city next deliver And the world from which it flieth Light Artillery, which made the hills ring week nader the nuspiees ol the Woman's Is a wo Id of misery. with their deep intonations. Chrictian Temperance Union. That prince . The turnout of Knights of Frankfort of temperance lectures, our own Geo. W. Commandery was very good, considering Bain, wiiles us from Greenville, Pcnuhlva-nia- , the weather, and they took the rain like old "Do all you can to lme everybody In this city, on Tuesday, Fobuary 6th, to Mr. feoldiers, although it played sad havoc with She is one of the II'. S. Suffull anil wife a son Jasiks Dallas. J. Ellen their plumes. ol The Coin beM in America." n In I.oulmllc, Feb. 2d, to Mr. 0. 13d. Xotwithhtamling the rain and mud Col and wife, a sun. , Monday has this to say of her: Allen brought in his corps of cudets to swell Ti is jjifted lawyer, of New England stock, the procession and deserves the thanks t f comes by her love for the temperance cnus-our citizens for doing so much towar. a through inheritance, her fattier having been a total abstainer from his boyhood. Her making the parade a success. education was carried on in Boston and Niw York under the care of a sister until Notwithstanding the heay tains of the such time as she could teach. For many IK SUCCEE3FUL UBB FOB first of the week the river is falling .slowly, years her home has been in Clinton, Iowa, HALF A CENTURY. and the inhabitants of the lower portion of where, at the suggestion of her husband, The bor Remedy for Coug-ha-, eMa, Dyapep was Jonaru Hoaltby Appetifo, BtaandHheciamtUm. the city are breathing easier. The thaw of she took up the study of the law, and SuGood I)lgetion, Hogularity of W Howell. A prein the ndmittcd to practice and last week brought up the liver, but as there afterward t of her State. From the time cious boonduitouj ayitem, to delicate ftentnlea, aootbina; and bracing the preme Com andjrjvlng vigor health to evoi7 fibre of the body. 8nl(VbpfUMUt. has been little or no tain in the Mountains of the crusade movement in Ohio in 187.'i. I'or Pampbleta, eta., address C, . UVtiit As CO since, the big flood predicted by .some kwi.l Mrs Foster has been heart ami hand illied IS CedMr Nt., Jt.TC. city. with the Woman's Christian Temperance hardly come this year. Union, and has spoken thiough most of the Mr. James Gieenup and Miss Kate Morris States in behalf of legislation as a remedy were married at the residence of the bride's lor intemperance. Next Friday night Mrs. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY Foster will deliver her famous lecture upon parents, in Soth Erankfort, Thursday even; "Constitutional Prohibition" at the Warren farm of 84 acres, three and a quarter miles i.ig, by Elder George Darsie, Presbyterian Church, and after- cast of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, Memorial on the Versailles pike. Address ward have a reception in the lecture-rooMr. Ed. L. Meagher has been appointed of the church, to which all our citizens are JOHN A. SIDENER, Dec. Frankfort, Ky. cordially invited. Deputy City Marshal. Corner-Ston- e. Laying1 of the A Personals. to-d- Jnn-uar- y, HARRIS& HERRMANN will dissolve as soon as our present stock is closed out. offer our entire stock of We therefore Mis-sun- DRY SOS DS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, MILLINERY, in fact everything in the three Store-room- s u Electro-Therapeutis- t, 1 ARCADE, Respectfully, of our AT AND BELOW COST! 111 grand-moth- er m-ideu- ee il M:i-si- e All amounts under twenty dollars, cash; all over that amount may be purchased on four months' ti'iu, upon notes negotiable and payable in any of our banks. It is our intention to sell all in two months, which will give you an opportunity rarc'y offered to the public, as our goods were carefully selected. Purchases made at this time can only be profitable to the purchaser. Our success in the past was greatly due to the patronage of this community, and we therefore offer to them this opportunity to materially benefit themselves by purchasing our goods at the prices offered. v 7,7, HARRIS & HBHRM Fehruary 9, 1884. One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. A. G. ALSTROM Successors to MOJiKIS & ANIJ DEALERS ALSTROM.; ft CO., I Merchant TailorsT IN "fine-cut.- MAIN STREET, Tl ANKFORT, KY. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s fits insured. None but workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 year. 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 prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a Ijberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. saw-mil- at ALL KINDS OF COAL reasonable 1 BORN, heat-Mrs- . S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old stand. W. J. CHINN. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . Fo-ae- ier-Jour- Wirg-ma- TESTED JBT TIME. STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS 81 GRAND COMBINATION, '84 W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAI'LE AND FANCY Frankfort WEEKLY One Roundabout "---- AND THE LOUISVILLE CQVRIER-JOmWAl " DRY GOODS," MIS, GHOGKEHY Farm for Sale. i-- year for only $2 00, Two ptpen for little more than the prioe of oie, year 4 GUM, L. I Uy paying 11 . $j 00 you will receive for on your Home paper with the-- Ouurifir-Jauraa- l, Ioordially Invite you to call and examine my Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY m New and the representative newspaper of the South, Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only, and the I" !" best, btitfli test and ablest family same MAIN STREET, United States, Those who desire to exataiaa can do m pic copy of the Courier-Journ- al office. at thU SepMf. Weekly : ')' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 0, Finest Canned Corn in thecitvat Banta's. FKANKFORT, FEIIRUAIIY ARGEST I884. GIHGUUTiaM IN GITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for the firm of Crutchir fc Stephens, bus just sent, one of their bcautilul rolled roasts to a customer nt St. Louis,, Mo. They send their "pure pork nusage'' daily to Louisville, Eminence. Midway, Lexington and Lawrencelurg. It is the best and the people will have it. J. Watt Stephens, of Notiob. Having about determined to leave Kentucky I respectlully request all those knowing themselves indebted to me to come forward at once and settle up. e I have for sale one second-hanwagon, two second-hanspring wagons, two second-han- d buggies, undone cart, which will be oold cheup for cash. d two-hors- c. e. Gren'l -- tames, HOUSE, - FOR SALE! KO)H Mi ?; ' Insurance Agent, OPt'OSITE COURT Handsome wish to diffiMso Suburban Properly. d FRANKFORT, K.Y. Kenton aug Fire Insurance Association City of London . . . London and Provincial J. B. Uttkriiack. this point. TIlAtXa SOUTH. Leave No. a No. 17 No. at No, 19C. S!2S p. M Removal. Drs. Hudson & Frankfort. Louisville. 8:30 r. M. - m. 6:40 P.M. p- Arrive at &O. 8:15 A. M. 2:37 r. m. . . . 4:10 P.M. TRAINS NORTH, 10:55 SVS A. M. Louisville. No. No, Leave Leave Frankfort. No. No. No. 10:27 t8 7:00 A. M. s:53 p- aa 2:35 p. M. 24 leave Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:03 P. ao C. & O. . . . S:ta '' 3:00 P. a8 leaves Lou. 8:00 k. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 A. a. M. M. M, ' M. Trains "So, 23 ami at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving thereat u:is nonn, and 7:15, p. M. I rain 300 No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, bhclby-vill-p. M. Nos. 23 and ai connect nt Anchorase for Freight trnln leaving Frankfort 6:15 a.m., and rcturninjr leaving Lex5nton at 7:15 l'.,M., will carry pats ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 are faunday trains only, K. P. nRYAN. Agent. e. Choice Family Lard. 25 ponniln or more, 10 cents per pound nt Crtttclier & Stephen. - Mrs.Mollie Winter, wife of James Winter, Esq., died suddenly at her home near Peak's Mill Monday. Mr. Chns. LeCompte has sold out his store nt Polsgrove, this county, and hns removed to this city to reside. The Fannie Fre-- e started down the river d Mondav hut could not get under the in bridge, hut on Tuesday succeeded getting away. Kail-roa- Mr. M. H. P. Williiiins. jr., is announced in tliis issue ns a candidate for City Marshal Having made a first-clas- certainly will miiko s Deputy Sherill'he agood officer, if elected. 1 t The congregational singing of the Pres-Church is ow led by a cornet and .1.1 greatly to the music. Mr. Snider upon the instrument in an artistic per-lurii- if li.lUllltT. pi The annual mteting of the Kentucky Historical Society will be held in the Hnll of the House of Representatives on Monday evening at 7 o'clock, and will be addressed by Hon. C. U. McElroy, of Bowling Green. There was a large crowd in town Monday, the streets at the intersection of Main and St. Clair being completely blocked with those who came in to attend court. The auctioneers were on hand but very few sales were made. After three week's labor and seventy-thre- e ballots the Democratic caucus of the Legislature on Tuesday night nominated Hon. Joseph C. Stiles Blackburn as a candidate for United States Senator, and at 12 o'clock on Wednerday he was elected 10 that position by the two Houses of the General As in joint season. The L. & N. Railroad will as usual sell excursion tickets to the Mardi Gras festivities .it New Orleans and Mobile. The rates from Peas Fashioned Black-eye- d Old tiiis city will be to New Orleans and return antl t0 Mobile $20.35. T,,e tickets Banta's. $22.45 will be on sale from the 20th to the 24th of February, and will be good until March 20th. IN MBMORIAM. I'ullman Buffet Sleeping cars will be run from Louisville and Cincinnati. Sir Austin J. Kendall. Bryant have removed their office from the oldStrobridgc residence Sekd Oats. 700 bushels choice white seed to the building next to Messrs. W. A. oats for sale by S. Martin, Sted man town. Gaines & Co'h. warehouse, on Main street. To cure an ordinary cough or cold take Frederick Warde, the celebrated young one dose of Dr. Wis'tar's Balsam of Wild tragedian, who made such a favorable im- Cherry before going to bed nt night. It will of nervous excitanility, cause a suspen.-io- n pression upon our people two years ago, allow you sweet repoe, and by morning will again appear at the Opera House in the cough will he gone. It is the best and this city on the 13th, 14ili and 15th of this therefore cheapest cur" for coughs, colds month. The following notice of him is and coiiftiimptiou; is sold by druggists generally, and ought to be found in every intellitnken from a recent issue of one ol the New gent household. York dailies: The regular season at the Opera House For Rent. Two office rooms on the was auspiciously opened last night. The lower floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. entrances to the house nnd the main lobby were uiven quite a tropical appearance by Buy n trill's from Joe LeCompte. an artistic display of artificial flowers as natural as nature, which captivated the EST' First clnss board wanted by a quiet audience immediately upon entering and gentleman nnd wife, in a private family of prepared them to give Mr. Frederick Warde refinement and where there are no boarders. a cordial recepton. the repertoire of this actor did not in Location central, best references. Address elude a full round ol'Shukesnerian charac- ''A," care of this office. ters, hut was limited to "Virginiits" alone, o. his interpretation of that alone would give Buckwheat and Maple Syrup at Banta's. him place among the great nclors of America. In this character he cannot fail to he Remember a complete cure for aches, compared with McCullough, and he will pains, sores, pimples, urinary sediments, liear the comparison well. In the delinea- disturbed dreams, nervousness, dispondency tion of bis rugged passion McCullough indigestion, mid general weakness of mind touches no height which Warde does not and body, brought on bv improper habits or easilv scale, yet in the very exuberance ot otherwise, is found in two or three bottles of his purifion he is sufficiently Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla to avoid thin ranting which sometimes mar? as has been proven by the experience of he oyonueos of the work of his great con- inn ny who long suffered, but now leel well Not to carry the contrast to and strong in all parts nt t lie body. temporary the point of invidiousuess, it still remains Saur Kraut, Pickles and Chowehow nt to lie said that his pathos is permeated by a virility that never approaches the border Bantu's. line ol inuwkNhui'SS, and it never fniled Inst iiiaht to elicit a responsive emotion in The people ol Fin uk Ion diould patronhis audience. ize the new wholesale and retail coal linn The story of "Virginias" hns been too often told to bear recital here; it is sufficient of S. & J. H. Told, tor they have come to to say that the titular character gives play May. Office at H. R. Williams' grocerv, to every sentiment of the human heart, and South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can n the prirtrayal of eich and all of them always be found ready to wait on customers Mr Warde proved himself a master. He seems rather an eclectic than the disciple of Oysters, Fish, Venison and Celery at schools and to the full any ol the rounding of his abilities he has drawn the Banta's better elements ol nil, while happily escapFor Sale. A good second-han- d ing the mannerisms of any. Miss Anna Boyle, as Virginia, very deboiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson .t servedly shared the honors ol the evening. Meek. Ol beautiful face, gracclul form, and with Large soft shell Pecans nnd Almonds at an exquisitely modulated voice she made She can depict maiden Banta's an ideal Virginia ly modesty with a charming absence ol Ai consciousness; girlish joy without a Quack doctors, electric belt and other semblance ot silliness, and womanly grief swindlers who live by frightening our young and shame without that hysterical limpness men and young women by nasty circulars, that has made the modern emotional act- will find their occupations gone when it beress exasperating. comes genera. ly known that Dr. Guysotc's The performance in other respects was Yellow Dock and Sar?apariila is a certain smooth enough, but with such an inspira- cure for all weakness of the urinary organs tion before him Mr. Malone, n Jcilius, nervous.iess, etc. Obey the laws of health, really ought to be less mechanical in his tuke a few bottles of this simple remedy and you will soon be restored to perfect On Wednesday evening he will appear manhood and womanhood, free from all as Virginius, on Thursday as Richelieu, and wornment of mind and distress of bodv. on Friday as Richard III. 1 1 ed tip-riget love-makin- g. Hominy, Oritn, Macaroni and Cheese at (Jcrmania Prcscott Bantu'ri. New Orleans u-t- Boston.. New Orleans, La. Owing to tho diminished nUoof my family t ofiny tiutid.ome residence on the Lntrrcncchurgpike. The houm has ten rooms, ic in thorough repair and hit nil modern conveLondon. nience;. Them arc lx acres of ground attached London. to the place. I will jell elthor tuminhed or unLondon. furnished. Appl.v to me on the premises or at Covington, Ky tho atoro of Gray it Itodmnn. I'criim easy. New York. J Aug. 25-t- f. John T. Gray. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a. MATTERJST, Prop'r, No, 4-3- ! il ',' " 9 Main St., Over Gratchcr & Starts' White Hali Clothing House : u. PHANKPORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. I CXI AMP ION BMSHBaaMwW ln(Waw'iii,i!iu!auWBBBa1 MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Clizitcaa. ANNOUNCEMENT. at FOR CITY MARSUAL. to announce M. II. P. WILLIAMS, JR., ns a onndidate for City Marshal. Subject to the iictiou of thj D Wo nro authorized mo-crat- Street, iTortli-eas- t Ccrsaer, Capital Sq.vi.are. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y fa tv. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. a The Commissioner of Agriculture, Hon. John F. Davis, will give a corn shqw at his office in this city on the 28th of February. The following premiums will be olTcred :. For white corn, yellow corn, bread corn, pied or mixed corn; first premium $15, second premiums $10. Best sample hominy corn 315. Each sample must be sent in a separate package, marked with name of exhibitor and the variety, and to contain not less than thirty cars. One of the finest hands of White Burley tobacco we have seen this year was presented to us on Tuesday by Mr. Alexander Quire, as raised by him on the North Fork of North Benson Creek. It is about the finest raised in the county, and il it can be beaten by any body else we would like Tor them to bring it in for us to examine. Since the above was in type Mr. F. M. Conway has brought in two hands of as pretty Burley as one would want to see, and if we were a judge we would say they rather lay over Mr. Quire's. Mr. Conway raised a splendid crop lust season of the Fame kind and hid sample was awarded the premium in Mr. Buck Keenon'ri exhibition lut spring The hands brought in arc prettier, if anything lliun the one he took the ribbon on. In this connection we will say that wo will give a premium of tw6 dollars for the best sample (one hand) of tohucco ot any kind raised in Franklin county, brought us before the first Monday in April and one year's subscription to the Rou.nimiiout for the next best; the award to be made by competent judges on that day. X FOR SHERIFF. horoby tmnounco myself a cundldato for reI election to tho oflleo of Sheriff of Funnklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. W. L. COLLINS. Stu Austin J. Kkndali., of Frankfort Wo arc authorized to announce JOHN W. Commandery, No. 4. beg leave to submit the aAINKS a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin following: county, nubjeet to tho will of the Democrutlo WltERKAS, It has pleased the Grand Com party. mander of the universe to remove by death, FOR CONSTABLE. on the eighth day of January, 1884, our friend We nro authorized to announoo L. L. COX us and frater, Sir Austin J. Kkndali.; and to the offloo of conwhereas, whilst we bow with humble submis- a candidate for stable, subject to tho notion of the Domocratlo sion to the supreme will of our divine Commander, we will cherish the memory of our party. departed frater for the many virtues he possessed; therefore, be it Resolved, 1st. That in the death of Sir vrDtrrme nrntT.TTV Anant.i liiibnAII ami 4, Knight Kendall the Commandery has lost a . cay, it'ij Dumcrout ob. car-- i meiui, pguung true, courteous, and magnanimous member, kUiral i'irIdiii. result from youthful Indian), who was devoted to, and ever read) to defend tionj. tuo friM InduUcace, ever briln work. Do xf and temporize xbllo luch the principles of the order, of which it was his Jif not boast that he was an honored and pride and tem. A10U bvlnj ImposcJ en tT prcirntlsua claim' of respected member. c'.her rciucUIca for them AS&dicalCurft troubtei. Oct our freo circu2d. That we deeply deplore his death, and VOft lar ud trial pacVaiia aai learn important facta befura extend our temleieat sympathies to the beSPERMATORRHEA taltof treatment elsewhere. lull, t, remedy that ru oure4 thousand!, aula does not In. reaved family. a tuftis with attention to IMPOTENCY. or causa pal a or That a memorial page be set aside in the 3d. act Founded on principled record book of this Commandery, with a VTeaUd for overS cntlOo medical and reputaGrotrloc In fetor tn.J years by use la thou- - tion. Direct application to, SW suitable inscription thereon. eatof dlica.xi tuaacalu aanda of cases. That these resolutions be spread upon 4th. elay. Tho natural fun tlcua of tUo human organ our record book, a copy be sent to the family Th Ism aro restored. actmatlnt demcuti cf f our deceased frnter, and they be p ublished TRIAL life which bavo beta. t wasted' am given back. n the city papers. ratiens iTIie Decora eherrrul and gain FRANK G. MONTGOMERY, atreujtU rapidly. SEND ADDRESS F. C. HUGHES, CCrVPrtChomliU, uBMia VVB V ia iBF naT W. S. DEHONEY, MM Nona UW o dd uui, mv Committee. 0U MONTH'S TfUATUUT, (a 2 MQNTHS,$5 1 8 MONTHt, Eminent Commander Oficcrs and Xo. Members of Frankfort Commander', 4. A. T.' Your committtee, appointed to report suitable resolutions, upon the death of our frnter, To (he R. K. M'CLURE ARE ft BRO. STILL BOOMING I PLACE TO BITS" THEIR HOUSE IS THE PROF, fln THEY HAVE ON HAND A LARGE HABBffW K&0& STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS h SHOES, HATS & CAPS, ', bull-nes- e. Overshoes, &c, which they will sell at bargains. IP YOU WANT A Go to see them. They make a fh 1 STTLISH SAT ! MnJ'SnV' alrfiaV-aali.'''- ' arm ft SPECIALTY OF HATS. 'ju .' Jt & ft m; !,SfPimOT vijrrr iSBSSWdUSm -- "Vf, .' "." .', i,VT , . . ' , vav." ' ' . w-i, ' I v '. VU f.iii m M 6 1 FRANKFORT , ROUNDABOUT. Between the Bridges. We feel sonipwlint tHpuonrngvri, no Inst wi'ek'n letter wns t lie second one tlint ffiiled to reneb the editor in time for publication, hut knowing tlmt il wns neither our fault nor tlie editor's we mnke one more effort. There 8eetni to he n kind of mnpnet located between Hie bridges that has such ii poweriul attracting capacity that the young men are drawn from Alton. and even Bardctown by its wonder-fuinfluence. fJraef'enshurg boys, can't we rout them and .ome of us capture 'her? Mr. Thos. L Thacker and wife, of Mercer ciinlv, aie visiting friouds and relatives in thH vicinity this week. Why doe1 dolt stay away so I0112? It he don't ooii return ami claim his rights that his stirl and young pill roller will gone with her. Two Mhm Wicsrs, Miss Jennie Darlington, and Miss Litlie Storts were the guest? ot Mrs. LizVie Blytho Wednesday. Mrs. Tenie Thomas, of Shelby county, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ben. Elliott, ol this vicinity, for the !nt two weeks. Mr. CJi'onie E Richardson, of Taylor countv. has been visiting bih cousin, Mrs. Frank Haekley, till-- , week. Success to the new firm of Johnson nun Wilmot. Toln and Taffy, hold yofir tongue. W want to tell about the new ,.tre. T. B. Johnon has houirht a one half interest in the diy goods store of R. II. Wilmot, and he contemplates running Won't drug ami drv good tore combined tlnUbe nice? Dr J. K. Johnon will till precriptions and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot nil! measute otl'the calico. of Hinwntba, Mrs. Genigu Stilwell. Kansas, is the guest of Mrs. T. B. Johnson this week. We are iiilormwl that the patrons of the TIardinsville school have secured the of Prof. Cuter for another term and the school will begin next Monday, Feb 4. 1884. Now, patron-- , let us do our duty and trv to have a good school, and we think the Prof, will give us a grand entertainment at the olo-- e of his school in May or dune. It is a remarkable fact that every one who stops at our town tor any length of time is sure to tall in love with the place or ome ol its inhabitants, ami will frequently Mr. return to see us again: For Geoige Hughes, of Bardstown, spent neveral weeks here during la-- t minnier, ami was o well pleased, either with the town orsome-b'dy- 's daughter, that he hns been back He was in our midst neveral times since. Inst week and spent several das. He looks well and seemed to be in fine spirits. George i certainly a tiptop fellow, and we are always glad to meet him, and when we go to Bards't wn we will be sure to stop at hi, the Central Hotel. That bird story. Mr. W. It. Mnprnder ie responsible lor the following, and we know it is true tor he was an eye witness, and his woid is as good ns any man's in the county. Philip Fiench had his gun loaded with a ball; shot it oil, reloaded, and killed eleven birds at one shot, that lays Mr. .Joe Terry, the champion bird hunter, in the fhade, and we are not sure that it is not the bet on record. Continue to practice, Philip, and there is no telling what miracle you may perform yet in the dim future. Punch and Judy. Clay-village, V ll ' V v Miss Florence Collins, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood, left for her home Tuesday morning accompanied by Miss Leila Tinsley, who will spend the week with Miss Florence. We wish tuem pleasure to the fullest extent of their capacity for ci joyment (which we know to abundant), and only regret that we cannot be with them. The correspondent), of the Rounimhout came near having to put on the badge of mourning a few days since, for one of our brother correspondents, Tolu and Taffy, was badly hurt by a log about forty feet long falling on him from the top of a ham. He was 'attempting to remove or lower it when the log fell and caught him under it, dislocating his shoulder and bruising his head and body to a considerable extent. Tolu and Taffy has our sympathy and we are proud to say that he will soon be able to resume his task as our Graefensburg correspondent. The key has been found at last and the dead lock in the legislative halls opened, and out of it spring a U. S. Senator in the person of the Hon. Joe Blackburn. While our sympathies were with our old friend C. G. W., we ate ever icody to say amen to the action of our party, especially when it selects for us as true and long tried standard bearer as J. C. S. B. Flag Pork. Plenty ol mtid and still raining. Rusty Cuss wns in our town this week hunting bones. Messrs. Downey and Wadkins sold their crop of tobneo at the Farmer's Warehouse, Louisville, last Saturdnv, for $10.75, $19, $15, $13.75, $3.90 per hundred. Mr. John W. Gaines, of Belle Point, candidate for sheriff, paid our town u visit last week, looking after his interests in the sheriff's race. Deputy Sheriff W. P. Scott was around shaking hands with some of the boys Inst week. W. P. has many warm friends in this section of the county. Judge C. V. Baily will start to Kansas about the first of March. C. L. Quire closed his school last Thursday, after which Mr. James P. Hulctt delivered a. very appropriate address on education and the benefits of n common school education. Dr. Austin, after several days' visit to relatives at Chestnut Grove, Shelby county, returned home last week. Miss Letlm Harrod, ot Bulord Town, is visiting the family of Mr. V. M. Poole this week. $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 7 k m I svf m ?s & on Three Dollars For Each Offense. cold weather and continued snows most all game 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 It is believed that on account of the extremely m W Li" & !ie Punch. me the heads of the largest number of Chicken, Blue-win- g or Sparrow Hawks, before the 1st of next May, a DOUBLE-BARRELE- D BREECH-LOADING 1 Point Pleasant. &v l Mud and, Rqin. then rain and mud, but Mr. John Aldridge, who hns been quite every one knows its rainv and muddy. Mr. Robt. Owen visited Louisville last sick for tne past two or three weeks, is steadily improving. week. Miss Willie Belle Peters, of Scrabble, Shelby county, i visiting her aunt, Mrs. It. J. Shannon, this week. Luke Wallace, the youngest son Mr. Charles Wallace, had the misfortune to git his arm broken, fie and an older brotlur were riding horseback wl en he fell or was thrown off, and the injury received; but is at this writing doing well. The bone was set by Doctor Edings, ot Bald Knob. It. J. Shannon and wife visited Mrs. S.'s father, near Sci abide, the first of the week. ll John has made his appearance again and looks as pleasing as a basket of chip, and sas he is still a candidate for matrimony. Bill Snow says he is afraid no ope will take his pioposition us they may think he is jesting; but he is in hard eaine.-t- . Mr. Guyhart has moved out of the Toll house into Mr. William Snow's house. Rusty Ciisj U not "ertain what he will do Net, whether he will follow huckstering, farming, selling goods or trade for the bone mill again. Ito-se- SHOT-GU- N! WORTH FORTY DOLLARS. w. fc f. 'Kx 11 ? " The grim king of terrors stalked into our midst hist Saturday morning and claimed for his own the little son ofonrfellow.towns-nia- n V. M. Poole. Though but nine months old, little Charley had developed such traits ol character as to win a place in the hearts of all who knew him. He was the joy and pride of the household but He who rtileth all things deemed it best that he should taste none of earth's sorrows, hence he wns called to His house above, thereto be a jewel blight in the crown ol Him who hath said sutler little children to come unto tne for of such is the kingdom of heaven. Rev. J. A. Peters pleached an appropriate funeral discourse in the Baptist Church Sunday morning, alter which a lursie concouise of sympathizing friends and relatives followed the lemains to their last resting place at Lebanon. . r'.K Beech Ridge. On 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-de- n is in charge of the business and will give you his best attention. L.. B. MABSHALL Frankfort, Feb. 1st, 1884. i I us fl 9I sei-vic- es w 1 ' our fir.- -t epistle, as we have very recently nati. concluded lo write, and of course we have not tried to gather much news for this issue. Mrs. Jasper Dalton is on the sick list this We think if Tioga can afford two correspon- Quick dents we certainly think Broomstick ought week. have a substitute, for he has taken to himTom McQuillan, who was kicked on to Mr, self a helpmeet of two hundred and forty the leg by a horse, is improving. Hawk Eye. R. R. Chesa.pea.ke and Ohio Railway, hearing that Broomstick had expired, KENTUCKY CENTRAL and having taken an interest in your littlt paper, we will continue its column, just by The direct line and popular route between Central KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST saying that you must not expect much in Kentucky, and the North, East and West via CincinFOR Harvieland .a Time, Close and Sure Connections. ONLY a8. 1883. . THB i. NEW YORK. pounds. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. Lve. Covington ralmuutn Arr I'arK . if"FA?' t ; t - !.'l Ff.ukuaky 7,1884. Well, well, Judy has gone and left us to do the wilting this week, but we know we can never fill her place as correspondent, however, as we wish to keep the ball rolling, we u 111 furnish you a few items. The ladies of this vicinity will visit occasionally and o will the men. "8B& .1 '.-- ' BT:.' . . lk''i E J4 S. " Miss Littic Storts and Misses Aline and Laura Wiggs were the guests of Miss Jennie Darlington last Tuesday. Where were Johnny and the Eddies? Three of Shelby county's young gcnt- were in our town Sunday night and entertained quite a number of our boys for an hour or Call two with their jests and witticisms. again, boys; we'll' be glad to meet you. - Boys, don't forget the masquerade to be .given at the Alton Hotel, Februaiy 14. The girls will all be there. m.t , Fi- - ?:-:- m Dr. J. C. Gibbs, of Camden, Anderson county, is iu this vicinity visiting his brother and nephew, Julian and Thomas Gibbs, who have been very sick for several weeks. Mrs. Richard Shields, of Shelbyville, has been visiting relative-- , in this vicinity for several days. ( . vv IHfc Mr. James Alley, former resident of this place but now a resident ol the city of Loub-vill- e, is in our community visiting friends and .relatives this week. .Mm v 'rjrffji IK' iu Alton, and Prof. Carter, of Gncfensburg. "V There were quite a number of young adies -and gentlemen at Mrs. Frank Ilaekley's Sat- urday evening and all seemed to be enjoying ihimselves nicely. The young ladits present were three Misses Collins, two Misses Tinsley, Miss Jennie Darlington, Miss Mattie Richardson, of Taylor county, and Miss Jennie Rngan, of Alton, Anderson county. The young men were two Messrs. Collins, Mr. Geo. Rngan, of i Mr. Curren Moore's youngest child, little Our section is in a flourishing condition Selbert, is sick with diphtheria. considering the weather. We have had a Mr. Nat. McDaniel and wife, of Belle Point, fine time for sleighing. were the guests of Mr. Jasper Dalton and Tobacco is bringing quite a handsome wife Sunday. price in this vicinity. Messrs. J D. Lee Mr. Robt. Ethington and wife, of Henry and Willie Bryan have shipped and receiv-i- d county, are visiting Mr. Robt. Penn and wife a good price; but lookout for a handsome this week. price when Messrs. Vester Whitman and Mrs. Louisi Moore has sold her entire crop Louis E. Lee ship. We think it will be the of tobacco to Messrs. Sullivan & Co. for 14 bo-- crop of the Ridge. cents per pound. We understand Mr. William Perkins Born. Near this place, on Monday, Jan. 28th, 1884, to Mr. Nathan Moore and' wife, a contemplates going lo Alabama to preach. If'weaiu propeily informed, William, may daughter. Our tittle town is in a flourishing condition. peace go with you and joy follow after you". It contains two groceriesand dry goods stores, Mr. John C. B Lee hits purchaspd a tract and blacksmith shop. of land ol forty acres adjoining his larm, Ci INKUR. finely timbered, all of which he will sell for twenty dollars an acre. Turkish and French Prunes, Dates and We understand that Mr. Vester WhitFigs at Bantu's. man says if he don't marry thisyear ho does not expect to stav here or anywhere else. Belle Point. We think he will hold his present post. Hoping that you will grant us space for Dr. Deakins. of Sweet Home, visited his our first attempt, we will trv and do belter here last week. parents in our next. Mr. David Allison and family arc keepTouch Mi: Not. ing house for Mr. Robt. Sun lord. .Indue Pence and wile went on a pleasure Tioga. trip to Lexington Inst Saturday. Our County Attorney, Jas. A. Violett. is An editor's work, like a woman's, is never confined to his bed with sickness this week. done. There is no time he can call his own, Mr. Ed. Brawner has rented the Livery if he puts his whole soul and energy into his and Feed Stable of Major F! P. Lewis, on work. No sooner is the weekV news all Benson Avenue. gathered in and the paper made up than he MisxNiinnic Booker, who has been visit- must go forth again and see what kind of an ing Miss Lenn Rogers, left for her home in item he can pick up for the next issue, Eminence Friday morning. or put 011 his studying cap and see if he The Fannie Freeze is at our wharf. The can't put a little extra seasonim: iu a river was too high for iier to go under Cooi'-bki- n pari of the regular bill of fare and call it b Bridge. She transferred her fre'ght to a new mime. The newspaper patrons the Harper there anil came back. shouldn't forget that the editor is a man The singing at Major F P. Lewis' Thurs- like themselves, that he isn't always stalled day evening was the best we have had this full and boiling over with wit. season, both as regards music and attendance. Lookout for a valentine. The next meeting will be nt Mr. Alex. The election is all the talk. Robertson's next Thursday evening. Every one invited. Mr. Ben. Rogers attended Lebanon At a meeting of the stockholders of the Church last Saturday. Bagdad, Jacknonville and Si. lobns TurnShall I hereafter darn your stockings? 's pike road company, held iu Major Lewis said to be the fashionable language for u store last week, Judsre W. L Pence was young lndy to use when making a leap year elected President and Win. Bryant Sect etary. This pike, when built, will be of great proposal. benefit to our town, as it is the most direct Last Saturday night a number of yomitc route from here to Shelbyville. It leaves lads and lassies met at Mr. Henry Hiillett's the Flat Creek 'pike ut Mosey G lore's, goes to have a singing, but after they all arrive! by Si. John's Church in the Wilderness, they changed the programme and had a and thence to Jacksonville, where it will game of Rowser. intersect the Shelbyville and Bagdad 'pike, now in construction. This 'pike will run Life's pathway is strewn with pitfalls for through the best tobacco country in Frank- the unwary feet of the adolescent youth of lin county and should be encouraged by this world. Very few young men are able our business men. Already large subscrip- to pass the downey lip period of life withtions have been given and it is an assured out stepping heels over head into the success. masked moluefcea puddle of puppy love. H post-offic- LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING'CARS FOR No. 8 00 No. 4. a a a a a p ni m 111 No. 18 . . . . . . . . Cynthiana . . . 9.35 10.40 11. 15 Lve. 1'arK Arr Lexington Lve, 1'arU Lve, Millersuurg Lve, Carlisle A.rL Maysville. . Lve, Paris ... . 11.20 ii 05 . m 6 30 i m m 6,20 p m m 7.10 p m 6.20 ) m 6.40 p m 8.30 p m 6.20 i m 8 00 p 111 9.10 p m 12,45 p m 4.20 j m S 00 p m p m 4.35 p m 5.j0 P m 3 00 A SOLID TRAIN FROM 'i pf !tj ffl VIS LOX7ISVILLB, Cincinnati, , i and TO Lexington, Ky. Arr. it. 25 a m 12.50 p m . 2,15 j) m Lancaster.. . . P m Stanford Junct, 4 co p m Winchester Richmond., . . . ... . . 700 pm WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TINO IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOE e TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. No 1. I m m M i No. 3. No 17 For tickotB nnd further information npply to your nearest ticket-officor addruuB James O..I'rn9t,Ooneriil Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. . Arr, Covinjton it. 30 a C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, No. 25 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. m., arrives Mays. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., villc9'oon. in,a io. 27 leaves L,eiii(!ton 5.25 p. m., arrives Maysville 8.30 p. in. Richmond, Virginia. No. 27 Icjvcs Maysville ft 00 a. rn., arrives Lexington 9 to a. m. No. 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 00 p. m No. 6 leaves Cowngton 5 20 p.m., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p in. No. 5 leaves Falmouth C.15 n. m , .11 rives a Lve Stanford Junct, " Lancaster . . . " Richmond . . . 6. co " Winchester . . 7.20 Arr. Paris 8.15 Lve. Maysville . . . . O.co " Carlisle 7.30 " Millcrsburg . . 7.50 8. 15 Arr. Paris Lve.tH.exinpton 7.20 8.15 Arr vl'aris. . . Lve. Paris. . . 8.15 " Cynthiana.. 8.50 " Falmouth. . 9.55 it, 00 a m 1,15 pm ti. 24 a ml 2.10 p m a mi 12.45 p m 6.00 p m a ml 2 25 p ml a m 3 10 p m THF. DIRECT ROUTE TO .... Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL a a a a a a a a m 12 40 m 2.03 in 2 29 m 3.10 m 2.15 in 3.10 ml 3.10 m 3.48 m 4 55 in. 6.30 p rn p in p m p m p m p m p m j in n ! p m Jl e, NEW PLANING MILL. Covington 8.10 a. m. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday, Special Union to H'mljjrnntH. connections, etc., For tickets, rates, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lcington, Ky. CHAS. L. HKOWN. Gcn'l. Pass, mid Freight Agent. (J. W. HKNDER, Supt. time-card- J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to bin Establishment Firsl-OInss Tinning Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Covington, Ky, 2::h, Dcon, Blind:, Frim::, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Ull'llJiH 0FWlaS?vl m ITCH' Gotten out in tho Best Style. Mayl5-tf. boils, mmwwm r. 'MliiH LOSS S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Rkown, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FK-A.3VKFOR- Appetite II Ifil "nrrm I - RE. SELLERS icCa a MOPMtTORS. 1 Surgeons, 1 1 1 1 1 -- PITTSmURUH. iJUIIU J-- KY. S. Clair street. and recidenoo next door to the Baptist '! Offlco i) Ouuroh, UffiEt saw 1. !' '' ' 1 .s - &J&A&S& f: .1,