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FRANKFORT, KY., List of Pensionors. The following is a list of the pensioners of the United States on the roll January l, 18S3, resident in this county: Shackelford, John, llcn.son, father . . $8 00 Mayhall, Anna M., liridcport, widow 1812 8 00 8 00 1 FEBRUARY 23, 1884. Number 23. m Tobacco Hogsheads For Sale! NEAR RAILROAD IIRIDdi:, article of constantly on hand a which they offer for sale, cither set tip comcheap for c.ish. biiccial plete or in the knock-dowprices on car load lots. Patronize home industry. SAW-MILfirst-clas- s hoc.s-head- RODMAN Dec. t$-.- m. Ac S3VKEI, Talbot, Sidney, Rridgcport, widow 1S12 Kelly, Franklin, Farmdalc, wd. in back 00 widow 1S12. 8 00 Powers, M.try Ann, Coble, William, Flagfork, fj. s. w. thigh 6 co ' widow !Sl2. S 00 Snook, Jane, Uicliniond C, Flaglbrk, KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Uallingcr, ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full minor of 12 00 Weight, Uottom Trices. Morrow, Joshua F, Fiankfoit, wd. thigh S co' Dooley, James M, Frankfort, inj. slioul. 6 00 Telephone connection No. 36. wd. wrist. S 00 " Johnson, Richard, ' w. forearm. IS 00 Piper, George V, Hyde, Humphrey J, ". loss finger A FRANKFORT, KY. 6 co vaiieosc leg Dec. Fr.vikfo-t- , chronic Hunter, Henry, 6 00 rheum Frankfort, g. .. w. Hutton, James F, TO shoul 4 Hutchinson, Thomas, Frankfort, shell 12 00 Come, dear sisters, and join with me, wd. temple In this army so noblo ntnl brave, Newton, William 15, Frankfort, frac. ANYONE JBLTYINC to 00 Let us go carry tho light to liu islc of the sea, thigh Though it brings us u watciy grave Nobly, Perry, Frankfort, inj. arm . . 8 co ! widow. . . . S co I will go, I will 3,orthc same God of love " Miller, Annie, " . . . 20 co Who has ever been with me hero Mi.CIure, AgucsII," S 00 Will brin,; moat last to heaven above, " Price, Sarah, I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT S 00 And eronn uic with angels to fair. " Scutt, Nancy, Stivkfs. and RETURN. S 00 Stodds, Julia A, ' S 00 widow 1812 Foul, Ann Maria, " To the People of Franklin County, 8 00 " Ilolton, Caroline, " and Especially to the 12 IntelliS 03 " Hawkins, SallieC, " gent Justices Who IVieet at the Court house as Often Jackson, Rlioamra, Frankfort, widow Choice Coal Cheap. GEO. B. MAClSXiXSr, FREE RAILROAD FARE LEXINGTONIRETURN. claims. He is rot in debt to the county and cannot nflbtd to advance the money. The, Court of blind. Tlie'v mnke no. vr. unto am. thi: world, mark, no provision Claims is the appropriations. to meet xxvn. Just think of it $1,000 in one' day to pauThey fenr to pers outside flic flo yo, tho children ofmy fold, ihcren-- e the tax God knows it in high enough 40 cents on each $I00. for county And spread tho nwi abrond, purposes alone, No appropiiation should Go to the lions yst untold, ever be mnde to any pike that l not five And toll tlitm th to is a (Jod. miles long Can a two mile or three mile You can not fay, "I'o nmiglit to do," pike suMni ' itelf? The Bridgeport & turnpike is one of this character. The And sit thrro idly' druiiinin, And cay, "I'll drink frcni the fountain true, Mt. Zion A: Jacksonville another, and so on, A public meeting should be called, Whcro tho Stivlor'a lovo is clreamirij;." and the high hnnded justices who are so jrk with your might each day. You mtut wry liberal should bo called ton halt, or $'20,000 in bonds will be the next call. No If from this fountinn yoa wstibl drink, money A jail that is a disgrace nnil the Nor ever let ono previous aoul stray issue ol bonds to build n new one Mibtnitttd And pel! h on tho dark g'llt's brink. to the dear people, whom we love so Well, Think of tho millions dying In China but the pikes must continue if wo bankrupt For want of a teacher true; the county. Tho revenues for 1SS4. ISS.'i, and KSS6 And in the country of farther India. Let the court expended all appropriated. (J ill's cnatu os arc calling for you. now adjourn until lhSG is reached. "The Away on tho lonely N!ci of tho mi, county could aflord to, never have n Court Does th t wd ? call to dlstr) of Claims. Ah no, 'tis but a voles calling to tlno, "Como over, Christians, and help ud." Digest. Our Mission. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LawAND rtc , I poor-hous- Sisal Estate Agent, Will practice in the courts of Franklin ntnl the adjoining counties, and will also give spccln Attention to the purchase- nnd sole of real etnto collection of rent", claims, and the negotiation of loans. Oflico opposite Court House. 11:1 Hen-so- u Juno 23-l- y. JUST JL't ' ' ED liV V. OiiERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, X:;3l..3int Tailor, BETWEKX MAIN and BROADWAY Keep3 constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest styles of fancy French Cii3simeros. Ho is prepared ; . 111 ! TX-l'.Yf.I- J. Borbour's . fioO-ets bill w'its e pasod last week in the providing for the purchase bv State of of Harbour's Digest of the Decision-ot'th- e Legis-lntiit- $10 OR MORE r on m Table Knives IN CASE, m "... "... "... " Liz-fi- 1S12 Crittenden, Laura, Frankfort, widow ' " Cowan, Henrietta, Iirown, Maty, . $3.25 T PER DOZEN, OR " . Solid Gold Spectacles EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Stock of all Kinds of Jewelry AND ' . Illackbtirn, Ellen, dep. mother. Meichant, Martha, w idow. . Ilerry, lletsey, Coin, Ann E, Frankfort, dep. mother. Fitzgerald, Mary, " dep. father. . Crutcher, Thos.J, " dep. mother . llutler, Sidney A, " wd. right side, Winn, John J, knee, head Rosscn, Margaret S, Frankfort, widow 1S12 Reading, Margaret, Frankfort, widow 1S12 Reynolds, Ann M, Frankfort, widow . " widow 1S12. Halt7ell, Charlotte widow 3d " Jouctt, Sally S, Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing June, '58 in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms Hrawncr, Rachacl, Fiankfoit, widow 1812 void after this month. Lancaster, Letitia, F; nk fort, widow . OTIS W. SNYDER, . Logan, Hettie, " " . " Green, Susan, Manufacturing Jowclcr. . " Graham, Melissa, " I.txuHjIati, Kh Dempsey, Mirg.iret, If, Upjirr Street. . " " . " Driscoll, Julia, " w. of back. liolden, Wister " dis. of lungs. Hrawncr, Henry K, " minor of . . Watren, Charles C, " widow 1S12. Vaughan, Ellen, A " " Shannon, Catharine will miv voir ok or Watches and Diamonds. as Possible, $3 per oo day Each Cash. 25 00 S 00 CIi,i:ndam:, Feb. 20, 1884. 8 00 to cull youi attention The writer en S 00 to the (ii aneial condition of the county and S co Migirest in connection therewith some faclf S 00 on the Mime. .Some years since it was found that the 8 00 county hud a flouting debt ct about SI -- ,000, S 00 and thill that amount was due upon ceiliti-cnte- s S co incited by the county uiid deposited as 5 co collutuial -- ecnrity, in many yielding to the holder 10 per cent, intere.--t 6 00 Thiil debt wns tuudetl and paid oil and bonds were issued amounting to .$.';."5,Cl)U, bearing S per cent, interest per annum, ami S 00 payable at the pleasureol' tlieConntv Court. The Mirpius ol the proceeds of these bond-- " d to turnpike roads. Those S 00 was S 00 bonds remained outstanding until the lesial of intere.--t clian;:til, and then u Inw 8 00 rate piicsed at t lie request ot the County S dt-irsub-etibe- at Hit" Couit, 30 00 S 00 S 00 S co S 00 S S S is-u- directing said court to new bond", ami tsull them ami with the pmceeds pay oil' the old bnmU. The new boiuisweie TRUSSES! S.OO mnn VVVWIM U1UUJ Genulnft Stamped 00 00 00 4 12 S co 00 8 00 8 S 00 co 00 rimi tmhr UUL'IUU WARRANTED U oilman, Patsey, MeMullen, Angus, 1UULUUL'. M "I, B.SEELEY, thoney, Thomas, " " " w. r. arm. w. 1. leg . . 6 00 1 2 00 Marshall, Humphrey " g. s. w. thiough both thighs and inj. to abdomen Campbell, Frances, Fiankfoit, widow 1812 6 S co co 00 Trade Mark. eglsterod. e.SA. fc Vo.3 Concur. Ho. 8. Ho. 4. Mo.l. Made in Every Form. "LIGHT, CLEAN. COOL, WILL NOT BREAK OR RUST. Every ono sent out warranted. They aro by lira. U ruts ami Aguoiv, of Philadelphia. They arc tho bust, Coinu and tscu tlium, No charge to hIiow. For sale by Dean, Monroe, Frankfort, w. r. foot . S Snellen, Alexander, " surv. 1812. . ,. S co " S 00 Bibb, John 15, " " injury left leg . 4 00 Floiida, Walter, Sanuiel, Rachael " widow 8 00 " . . S 00 Thompson, Jane . . "' w. 1. aim . . 18 00 Wash, William, " w. r. shoulder . 4 00 Wilson, Henry, William, Augustine, " inj. to abdomen. S 00 Snelling, Ale'r, " w. I. thigh . . 4 00 Shuck, John Gordon, Fiankfoit, g. s. w. r. ankle i ulcer of r. leg j 00 Saur, Jacob, Fi:wkfort,g. s. w. 1. thigh. I 00 S 00 Sanfoid, Sarah, Joshua, mother. .... ... ... A Curd. Editor JiouiidaLout. In answer to my friends who called upon in i' to make the nice (or .sherill', I will say, that they have my inoM gratelul thanks I'or their kindnes.s ami pielerenee expressed for me, but owing to a prerf of private LiiMiiOrid and tho ill health of my, wife, 1 could not, under any circuinstiuioeH, make tho race at thin time, but will .serve them in the, future in any capacity they may think me lltted for. Hespectlully, JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. EGBERT ggy-Pln- in & SON, Paper 'Hanging Souse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, mid Decorative a speciality. Orders left at Avcrill's drugstore will be promptly April 16- - tt attended to, Geoituu.W. Moork. bearing 0 percent interest ami payable in !i0 vein. s, with the pleasureol the court within sah! time. These bonds wore sold at par and the proceeds ued to liipnd-:i;- e ami cancel the outstumliii; bcmiU. A sinking land wa created, and a ftiingcnt in regard to the sinking urdirw.'is p'if-Hind. Hut time silences all ilii'ti"", and the inking laud wa- - a leceipl subject to older. Since that order was adopted little or no attention Iuh been paid to e.ecutiiii! it. The interest, but very little of the principal, ny $2,000. This sum was has been paid paid the fii.--t year alter the bonds were The net revenue of tins county is about $2o,000. The tax is levied for a sinking fund and is spent every year for other purposes. The Court ot Claims are in eontinuou-l- y during eaeli year, and appropriate large suiim of money to turnpikes, which, alter they are completed, are not wide enough to permit wu:ou.s o pass each other, and so poorly constructed a- - to wash away during the winter season. This double is caused in many ways one is that eery man who $IU0 does it contlit mindly, that the road tnu.-- t pa.-- s his barn at an outlay of more than j?.")00 in many This should not be permitted. Necessary turnpikes should be built, but the people ol the county should use all their inlluouee lo put a stop to amounting to $l,'Jof) per mile for simplv coiintv roads. In the last live mouths $10,000 lias been appropriated lo pikes that will never have tiavel enough over some of them to keep the ro.id in repair. Tho magistrates acknowledge this, and the ceriilicate.s of the county will be lo be discounted, and et they will vote the money. Miould a luuljo fall to day the money to erect a new one could not be raised without an increase ol taxes until 1SM5. Wo are not prepared lor emergencies or accidents. The levy ol ISS.'l was exhausted and a floating debt, which 0 per cent., being the Wooden ami Hen-o- n bridge debt, was taken up by a loan from the Farmers' Hank on discounted paper, which increased the interest to 0 per cent. This amounts to about $0,000 and it is estimated that fully 119 much more will be carried over to 188.'). This will run the flouting debt to $12,000. Tho sherifr has 110 monoy now with which to pay county nl Court of Appeals, at $10 per set, or $0500 books? And For whom are tin-sby what authority do judges and lawyers claim to bo a privileged clas. that the peoto tuako them up on shor ple are o furnish them with bookn upon law? Law is a luxury as thoe who indn'ge notice, and give perfect fitWo pay our in it arc well aware. ting garments, stylish and salaiies, while lawyer.-- arc never comfortable. moved by modesty to dennnd fee-ltheir services s than what is recognized by them, the law allows them, let them pay lor the-- e Dige-t- s at their own cost. The time has arrived when all such special legislators should be stopped as I'lirnishing thelegal Iraternity with libraries. No one over hears of the honorable profess01 bcccMBn. rsE roa ions ol seorgeons, physicians, civil eugeneer, or inctitect, being supplied with books at HALF A CENTURY. The best Remedy for Coughs, Colila, S.vipep the people's expense. laniiICheumutlm. ot ll the State is to indulge in libraries, then Good Digestion. RegularityInsure Healthy .ippetitp. tr"i IJotveK A preto dellcutu "apply the people with entertaining and cious boonnervou3 sjetora,rcmulea, soothing nad tracing the and giving vicor and literature give the mns-e- s book.-t- o health to every fibre of tho body. Sold bvDruiHtl'ts. Pamphletu. wad upon civil engeruoering by which for Cedur tit.,etc.ddress C. . 1S.VLL. dt- CO., X.Y. City. IS they will learn something regarding the construction of roads and bridges; woiks WOODFORD COUiYlT FARM upon aictilecture, whereby useful and ornamental homes can be devised at n minimum co.-- t; works upon sewerage and' drainage, ventilation, heating connected as OFFER my farm of tS2 acres, located on the .mil MoCrackcn Mill turnpike, one mile uch subject are with the laws of health, let I from Gra-- y SprmK- - Church, for ale at $35 per acre, them also be provided wth works half cash and the balance in one and two year-- with seorgery ami chemestry and comparitive interest. ISmldings and fences in good repair, and and geology, maps and plenty of water on the place. anatomy; H. S. HARRIS. globes may bo added such libraries would Auk. Millitlc, Ky. tend to educate and amuse tho people Dige-t.- " hut "Barboui's one copy of such n woil: is nil the ticnnle- desiro to niircl .. . , ..and that copv lor the State Law Librarv. judge-handsoor . t it t fobS-fir- a. rT.-- TESTED J5Y TIME, STRONG'S PECTORAL PiLLS - FOB. SALE. Mill-vill- e -- ui-o- , i3-5- -- fi-- $100.00 A WEEK! , o n n Wo can guarantco tho above amount to good, active, energetic -- Eiitiii' Roumtalout: -- ee in one of your lato papers a remedy Laic as well as gentlemen, mako a sueeo.'s in by some lady correspondent for propii-o- d idu'uiui'. Tlit' cliowiinr ot nnv, urtiolp the business. Vory littlo capital required. We ....... .... ..... nave u nouseiiuui article as salable as Hour. will in time beecomea habit, and the article In- p- - posca would, after n while be about as injuiious to the system as tobacco. But why is it, Mr. Editor, that the fair sex are It is used every day in You continually crying oat against men's not need to explain its every family. is a do merits. There rich chewing? Can you meet a woman, or girl, harvest fur all who embrace this golden oportu. on the street, in the public hall, in the par- nity. It costs jou only one cent lo loam whu lor, the chamber or the kitchen that is not our business Is. Uuy a postal curd and write to gum? They say thai tobacco us and wo will end you our prospectus and felt cluwimj particulars chewing is a dirty practice. Grant it 1 to-ti.! -- AGENTS! It Sells Itself! FREE! -0 -it bc.-m- oii sub.-ciib-es than chewing any dirtier or more gum? "Tobacco gives a bad breath" infinitely more lo bo deired is it tlinu a gum brea'.b. Of all horrid scents the breath of n gum chow or is the most hoi rid lluithey mav ak, "where is the diit about gum chewing?'' See any women or girl who uses it deprived of it, and the lir.--t one she meets who is chewing she will takeit out of the other's mouth and proceed to "roll it , a lv a-- And wo liiinw-- you will derive moro good than you have any ide.iof. Our reputation us a company is suuh that wo can not afford to deceive. Write to us on a postal and iciv your address plainly and reccio lull particulars, Sept. 15-i- UUCKEYK !M'F"G CO., Marion, Ohio. is-u- ng tho daughter of a judge, wile of a cnoii't judge, and who was addicted sister to a Congres-ina- u to tiiis- loathsome piiictice, at a depot, on the way to a Suite Fair. She had forgotten her beloved "gum;" She asked oven body in the crowd w.iiiing for the train for "gum;" none coins to have it. At hist she espied a little negro girl chewing :ivu at her gum. and she bogged her lorn "chew;" the gnl took it liom her mouth and handed to her, she divided it in hall and returned one to tho girl befo.eshe had put her hall n hermoiiihit tell from her band into tie ilu-- t, which was abniit a to t deep. Nothin it out, put tt in her daunted rlic mouth and proceeded to "chew." IMd anbodeer see a tobacco chewer take a chew troui another's mouth? Tulu about ilit'ij tobacco chewing; phaiigh! Mr. Editor. I "chew" neither Hut il my girls chow either let it bo tobacco, and when tho ''juice" is out they will throw it away, and not chow that which has been made rich with "juice" from the salivary glands, and perfumed with contents of the decayed molars ol others. -- tnossol." I saw a lady COAL! mascmmik; COAL! O.B.MACIvLlN. A LL KINDS OF COAL ON bvHANU and for.saleat Lowest Prices entirely NevanJpfliltively effective ' n Krnieiv far Ihn n.4v an, I rrminrrl cure of Seminal Emisstona nntl Impotency ty tbo cly , I'uf.i Ai)lictuit utUprmarrtftof lUptwfc', Tt iru tu uh if Ibt ttwxtf i AttciMc 1 with no imiii or lm.onTnitncp, uj ! in.i intrrfirc wnb lUorJloat; mrult of lifa, Thii moJtcf tr?tmnt Lu thi wrjftvTvKCAtea.aiiiU jw renounce tucrt. tul tionstfiu Ititboat thi u bu 1'r-t cal t b r im aotblti u$ i joiilrelj (iitrtiua tUi It wll firs ifVct iitufietitn. It c ,c4 t y ibe MetL j1 t tottuio u td tho moit rftdtrai meant Tit 4j ei. crcJof rta'.blncii'ileurtni tUU vr jTcTlmt truuUf, 1t)trtnftr U tbturlaitlbukH, f llrwvink. S, J (lm,) roortU, 1t So. S (xidlri it 14 - n r , u rui4Mi rfljwl cr I' r j N. 3 i d u it. II Mt in t wi Mt c.), IT tt, ti .L tIs4iu f K.IXMUh 4lMiTt 1 11 p, 6$lJ ti t- sxSSsvNN, c. y M Y aal M tul t ania nf llttt tiat 'lIKRIS ttREMEDYr)iUMMltsifctuaiib.wll ltiu.lit. ,1 CO. MF'Q CHEMISTS-! IWi Jul - t !) at bUt yioaK At U at ik.f l.tr, r if rw, ls luteal lJiwtrttWa.ftUH 4 !" M Murket und Mil Mrci'U. T. I.Ol'lr1, 111. jEKhIbh favorite ll ., .Ill A JBBV REUABLE f...im..,'.t FREE! SELF-CUR- E. (iiown..re(l)iorlliociiroorA"ert'oij2fOf, luplulnsealedciivelopeVefi.Uriijrulstseunfllltt, Addreii DR. WARD & CO. Loulilin, Mo. prescription of 0110 of Hia .t.i.nlnlln.n ... .1..... .1 AXTl-Ul'- '... jaJHHAu&taaAiaMaMaaMakaaaM mm9l!&mi hih1, mi .ii'j'ii m UfnamMmwxt' ' " '" M WgBSmXSS ocwy-sji-'- i J-- 3Y ? K , . . '7 if-- - J1WIIW 'I. WIW FRANKFORT Wr m. a ' - Mrs J. J. Brooks and Miss Lizzie Jett. of Richmond, spent seven.l days the first nterodatthonojt-ofllocittFrnnlifor- t, Kentucky of the week with relatives in this city. a second clnss mailable matter . Little Miss Eloie Hull, who hns been visiting Mies Lyde Turner at the Ashland ROUNDABOUT, New Opera House DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ONE NIGHT ONLY. ! v House, Lexington, returned home Tue.-daMr-nnd Lyons, !!. EdLitor ecsicL E'vi'bllsls.er. Mis. GallicS Oirdcn, of Shelby county, spent of ()wenboro. several days the first of the week with the FRANKFORT. FEBRUARY 23. S.'J i family of Mr. J. S. Mu.mII, South Side Mi-Eva Giltner, of Lincoln, 1 Thiols, A very plcnsnnt lrnn yenr party wrm given nml Mis-e- s Auabel and Lizzie Giltner. of Inst night by tlie young Indies of tlic Rriilge-po- Eminence, will arrive in this city this mornneighborhood at the resilience of Jlrn ing and reinniu for some tune the guels of Lewis and Miss Snllic Crockett, nenr this citv. Aliont fif- their cousins, Mrs. Geo. A. Belle Gilmer. teen couples were present, the youne Indies furnishing the conveyances nnd going alter Switzer. their bemix, but leaving tlie bnyn to go Mrs. llendrixson is much better. themselves. A splendid repast home l was also furnished bv tlie ladies". A. H. Holland has been quite sick the y. GEORGE A. LEWIS, . Tuesday February 26, 1 . Til s rt MB OP IInf HiTIE-- ip Society FIMLOVLS tlie pIcnMirn of nnnounelnp tlio First Appcnrnnco In this city of Its n FAMOUS STAR n COMPANY In tlic Chnrtnir-Comedy-Drama, Til, TORE, Artists 8 SELLlNGOUT. We herewith announce to our patrons and the public that the finrf oi V 4 HARRIS&HERRMANN w 9 m YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP! vn it 8 ILscoarnized Star will dissolve as soon as our present stock is closed out. offer our entire stock of We therefore past week. The heavy wind of Tuesday afternoon and night did considerable daninge in this locality. Tlie livery stable of Messrs. it Sacra, was unroofed and a portion of the rear wall blown in. The rear wall of the Knltenbrun building, in the burnt district on St. Clair street, was b'own down and one of the wings of the rooster on the Yeoman office was carried away. Orassy Springs Christian Church, in Woodford miles from this city, was also countv, unroofed and the gable wall blown down. Ma-honey Miss Lanrn Bralton is visiting Miss Emma Stone his weU. MadiSOIl Ad.i Dyas. llunMcy, Y0Utg E. On account of the high water Lee .lone Cnnnrn I'a"nic Reeves W. J.II, f'.iltciti, has not been able to visit his church for ijijuuib Kins Leslie, I.tlwin Ardeti, Mrs. TfpitfP Jca" 'a',cr' ! "' k Colfax some time. "One of tlic cleanest, brichtcst anil prettiest plays Mr. Geo Wiggmton passed through our village Mondav morning on his wav home written. At piitc as a sermon from tlie stage." Nov York Tribune. from Peak's Mill. Tickets $t.co, jo.ind 25 cents. The storm of last Tuesday evening did SEATS FOR SALE IIAURETT'S NEWS DEPOT gnat dumngc to fencing and old buildings in WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. this part of the county. Jones is building a new residence oiiii: to live in style. It will be completed about the first of Apiil il the weather E. H. DHY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, MILLINERY, in fact everything in the three Store-room- s of our 'f He is OPERA HOUSE jV. meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society will be held at the Freshyterinii Chinch evening, at 7.' o'clock. Addresses will be delivered by Gov. Iliudmau and others. The aim of the society is to make the Holy Scriptures, without word or comment, nccesible to all This classes of people at the lowest rate-'work is done by sales at cost or less than cost to those who buy to give aw:iy, and by liberal grants to auxilliary societies and to missionarv associations. Let everv one in the spread of the Bible attend this meeting. .The nnnual Mtiimuer. NIGHT, PPB. 28, Rev. A B. Cabiness, field editor of the THURSDAY NIGHT, FEB. 29TH, Western Recorder , nave a cplendid lecture FRIDAY Mill admit O. WOOD, AT AND ARCADE. COST! BELOW Respectfully, Sunday last on his travels through China. It was the best lecture of the kind ever given at this place. About one hundred and fifty people have Franklin, Scott and Sweet Owen ;Iih winter and gone to upper counties to cultivate tobacco. This will surely raise the price of tobacco next fall. left Two The Grand Shalicspeilan Performances. Mnnagementlbeg Icnvn lo announce the engagement of the EMINENT TRAGEDIAN . WILLIAM STAFFORD, CKI.F.RRATED COMPANY in nn elaborate jiroduction of Sh.ikespero's .Masterpiece, on THURSDAY NIGHT, TE11RUARY 12HTH OF And hi Lucas and Formal, lmve bought about two hundred thousand pounds of the tobac co in the country, whi'ih tbev are handling verv nicelv under the management of Mr James Thompson, of Monterey. Emigration is on a boom. Wairons cun be seen every day traveling in 'ho direction of Bourbon, Woodford and other p lints ol the bltienrass country. From what wo can see one would imagine that whole county would be put out in tobbacco this spring. from a visit to friends in Cumminsville, aid she arrived in time to enjoy the splendid wedding reception given by her pun lit to FRIDAY NIGH V, FI'.IJRUARY i2TH, GRAND DOUI1I.E Illl.L, THE Charmintf HAMLET ! A All amounts under twenty dollars, cash; all over that amount may be purchased on four months' time, 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 rarely 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. Lexington is having lots of fun over her city election more in fact than we used to have in this city. There are two Demo cratic tickets in the field up there and one side is trying to get an amendment to the city charter passed by the Legislature, which will very materially assist their election, A special train brought down four hundred citizens of that burg Tuesday afternoon, who came for the purpose of instructing the Senate what to do with the amendment aforesaid, the House having already pascd it. Every one of the visiting statesmen were labeled so that they would not get lost. Owing to disenbion in the South Benson Baptist Church, near Bridgport, about twenty-fmembers have withdrawn and estabive lished n new church. Those who still remain in the old church have denic! them the use of the house to worship in, and a law suit is now in progress. The eeceeders are among the best citizens of that portion of the county, but, as usual in such cases, very bitter feelings exist and the community is considerably divided on the questions in volved. Pending the suit for the Use of the house, the seceeders have been granted the use of the Franklin Presbyterian Church building Venic;, Meroliasit ofComedy of And the A. ZL&JPTTir Each play M.icnificicntly Presented ! With appropriate appointments I And every costume new Elegant stage settings I General Admission 75 cents. Reserved Scats $i.co. Secure scats at H.irrctt's without c.tra charge. THE REPRESENTATIVE LEGITIMATE COMPANY, PAIK. HARRIS & HERRMAINTH, February One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. 9, 18S4. Miss Mary Merua has returned home Mr. Frank Driscoll, who married Ms lady from New Collins a very worthy Liberty, Ky., a ehoit lime ago. O.VCE a Wki;k. . xo-in- Flaying to houses crowded with cultured ai.d cnthusiaitic audiences every whcic. Farm For Rent. The larm on the Kentucky river, known as tho Campbell Steele plHce, is offered for rent on reasonable tertur. Apply to UK ST. I). W. LINDSEY. feb. 23 tf A. 6. ALSTROM & CO., (Successors to MOfiKIS & ALSTKOMJ BOIIN. M. Geo. In this city, on Sunday, Fobrunry W. Miller nnd wife, a son. 17th, ta Merchant 7ailorsT AND DEALERS IN aiATCltllQi:). J. E. Wright. Mr. Si'Escr.n 0. Wiuointo.v, and Mis Lizzm F. 1'ap.kkr, nil of Wiggintun, this comity. 18S1, hy Rev. In Georgetown, on Thursday, February Blue Grass Nurseries. I offer this Spriii"; a large stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, M AI2T STSIEET, FnAITS&FQIlT, 2T2 ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. .r.m. 12-- 1 Obituary. At hor home in this city, February Otli, IS,1'., .Mr. Eliiheth Wright, iigfd .Vi years aud 11 months. She leaves n husband nnd eleven (II ) children, who diijilj mourn their lop. The tie ecu d was raised in nnd near Nicho-lnsvillKy., being lult entirely an orphan nt twelve years. Sho then beeamo 11 member of the Church in Xiuhohisville, and has Christian ever since been u faithful ditciplc. She has been a Krrat stiirorer for ninny years, yet her place was promptly filled in the houso of God Hor death wa calm, resigned, triumphant. Perfectly willing to go, lull of hopo, sho had no drstro t stay n moment longer, sue tins pasted away from this sore trial on earth to a lilrsd reward In tho homo bnyond the fkies. Oh! how we miss our (Wr, devoted mother and can only look to our Heavenly Father for support in this great trial and iilllietion. Hor last words to her children woro, "my dear children. flrm't ultftr inn uhin oti loiriw 1 bavo gufl'crcd so long and have made such a sweet exebnge. The good Lurd'd nill is mine, follow in my foot steps, I am so happy, so happy." If she had an twiemi ihoy were never known to' her. The was one of tho tendercst nndalh-'Ction-utmothers nnd a good neighbor. Wo feel grief stricken and sorely n id id, yet wo take consolation iu the blessed assurance, that our loss is her eternal gain. Dikd. e, grief-striuko 111 Fruit and Ornamental Trees The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect p.MALL FRUITS, GRAPE VINES, fits insured. None but first-clas- s workmen emOASI'AUAGUft PLANTS, C, itC. The stock of Strawberry I'lants offered is one of the largest south of the Ohio river. Pi ices aie low, as I employ no agents, hut sell direct to the planter. 1 lefer lo hundreds of my old patrons. Nursery and Strawberry Catalogues sent en application tc fob year. H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ivy. Death of Mr. Massie Franklin. Another old citizen hns parsed away in the death of Mr. Mas.sie Franklin, which occuned at the residence of his eon, Mr. Walter Franklin, in South Frankfort, Sun-- , day morning, at 7 o'clock. He was eighty-peve- n years of age, was born in Man laud, and removed to Henry county, inlliib State, when but a young man He was a fctone mason by trade, and came to'this city in 1S27 to work upon the foundation of the State House and ha resided here ever frince. For a number of years he and the late Isham Goine, an elder brother ol Capt. San. Goin, ran a ferry from the mouth of Benson to a point just below Wakefield's mill. He continued to work at his trade until declining years forced him to lay aside his tools, having laid the foundation of the old Mansion House and other old buildings in this city. His funeral look place Monday morning from the residence of Mr. Walter Franklin, and the remains were follow! d to their last resting place by a large number of old friends and relatives. 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 Hudson & Ferguson Will be on hand again this season with a new IMPROVED STYLE STREET SPRINKLER. 'piIEY HAVE TWO LARGE STEAM will enable them to get water in great quantities. One pump only is necessary at a time. If that one hi akes the other can he put in immediately. They can safely promise that the streets they sprinkle will not he dusty this year. They are better prepared to do the woik than anyone else who has ever owned the sprinkler. at reasonable prices. ALL KINDS OF COAL 1 pumps which I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LcCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. 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- . .kB' 5.1 Notice To Contractors, o CALL C. roil OIV I Personals. Miss Mary Ely is visiting the Misses Craig in Danville. Mr. Will C. Dudley, of Chicago, is his parents in thi6 city. Misses Fannie nnd Kiln, Ueeil visited friends at Benson tho first of the week. Mr. Walter Kelley and 6on, McCliire, of Ilopkinsvillo, spent Thiirsduy and in this city visiting relatives. vis-iti- n' yei-terday Tho underpinned will nceivc fcnlod bids until March 15, 1884, for tho construction of a turn-nlkroad from tho south end of Shelby street, in riouth Frankfort, to the Lnulsvillo pike. hud roud to lio II) leet lil'itnl, is toot Kru'c olTico Plans and tpeclfications ean be ceen af of J. W. Uohannan. Tho Committee eserr the riitbt to reject any and all bids J. 11. HUSSKM,, S. M. TINSLKY, JOHN W. UOHANNAN. Feb. 23-t- E. COLLINS & BRO. ''' Hardware $ Groceries. In connection we have a first-class '84 GRAND COMBINATION, '84 W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY d. NOTICE. rpilERE On comer Uroadway and Lewis, in which is kept the finest Ira nils of Anderson SALOON! Frankfort WEEKLY One Roundabout L AND THE L0UISV1I.LK COURIER-JOURNA- DRY GOODS, i E. I County Liquors. ! k' WILL 1JE A MEETING OF J. the Stockholders of the Peak's Mill Turnpike Company, Saturday, March I, 1SS4, nt the office of R. A. Thomson, at 10 o'clock, 1'ED AT HTTON, KY., A GOOD a. 111., for the purpose of electing' directors He must he sober. For for next year, liy order of U. CHURCH, Pmulciit further information, apply to J. A. Bell, or the R. K, McClukk, Secy. Editor of the Kounuauout. year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more tban the price of one, Attention Blacksmiths. WAN I cordially Invito you to call and oxatnlnemy Hy paying ns $a no you will icceivo for one year your noinu inner with tlic Courier-- I oui'iml, Now and Frosh Stook of Goods. the representative newspaper of the South, Demo-crati- c and for a Tariff for Kevcnuc only, anil the nhlckt family Wut'ltlv i" the best, biiiilitustiinil United Status Those who desire to examine a same MAIN STREET, RANKFORT, KY can do so pie copy of the Oourlor-.Tourm- il at thU ofiUc. Sep3tf. . W.' ( I'eJi'ita&V ..'" -- '.:.. -- jjtmAf:i '.'&' y:t . L r.,t:feffi-;.- ' tfyk ?,'..- - taff-fli&-':iJil&- - )jitiUmti 'fl "jrTT wjiry" rTVW"' " t r 'I Ktnsr'-sm- FKMKFOKT PUANKFOHT, BODNDABOUT. FKUIUtARYSa, 1881. Trgest circulation in cinjojom TO TRAVELERS. Itev. J. W. Afbcrrv, colored, hns been in nppointed a U. S. tin'0, the seventh, ilitiict, and assigned to duty at the Cedar Hun Distillery of Mcsrs. J. A J. M. Sallell, in this rounty. He relieved Mr. J. II. Bailey on Saturday, who has gone to Hot Springs, Arkansas, lor his health, If you want a jowl call on A C. well-lluvore- d, stigai-cure- d W. Fincel. bouse and 8 or 10 acres ol good bottom tobacco land for rent. Apply to C. W. Fincel. Fob Sam: on Hunt. The lartn lately owned by Win. Arnold and O. B. on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to Marshall it Meagher. Pol-gr- ove C. li). JAMES, Gen'l Insurance Agent ot't'osirK cotJur nousi:, FOR SALE! !())( 'IJiindsomc OwJn l?li tn tilppnpo ot Siibiii'bitn ti Properly. FRANKFORT, IiY. Firo Insurance Association City of London . . ., London anu provincial Kenton finrinntna New Orleans atig ti-i- '7 -- t Commencing Monday, October 16, the Mlowing time table will be in efket on tbc I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TnAt.vs SOUTH. Arrive at Lrivc No. No. No. No. 27 17 21 19 Man about Town. The "Man about Town," makes the following point: If the city wants to give awny the water works, give 'em to Bob A gee then build a monument to the Council with the big stones in the dam. 2 Mend the sidewalks in "Craw" so judges, legislators and the Alcalde can ttavt'l diy shod. 3 Bring the suburban setrleninnts in the city ho the wary policeman can have more chance to dodge burglars. Give a cliromo to tbc man who can gue-- s when the new Public Building will be finished. 1 1 London London, i.ununn Cotinton, Ky. . I'll od nt tny nmlly I hiiinl'iiiiii! on tho Luwrentobiirg like. Thu hniie 1, 111 ten rooms, Ik hi l!ifjrni);li icpnlr nml lni nil modern coiiVi nience". Thero lire elx nere of roiuid nttHch (J to tin- - place. I will sell eitlic liiriil-hf- d or Anrilv to 1110 1111 the tncmNit or nt to tho ill id 111, sif thutiiruofQruy Aujr. 2.i.tr. .1 Itoditun. lurnm city. .... ... Frankfort. !'. M. . . , . . . . . , . . . . C. & O 5:15 1. m 8:15 A. v. 2:27 v. m. 8:io r. 10:55 Lnuiwillc, ;:is I. a. m. I'. M. Wantiid to Hunt. this office. Scissors. A piano. Apply at I'rctcott lioston. New Orleans, La Joh.n T. Cray. M. M. Cull nt McClnre s and get a pni of Terry's 4!to 60 Eveiy pair guaranteed. TRAINS NOUTIt. Lc.ivc Frankfort. Louisville. 10:27 a. M. No. t8 7:00 a. m. S"S3 l". M. No. 22 9:35 r m. No. 24 leaves Loit. 5:00 r. t. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 r. m. ' M. v. m. & O. . . . No. 20 C. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. 1 rankfort tt:os a, m. Trains No. 23 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at mis nonn, tnd ;:ts. ' m. Train No. at connects with tr.un letvini: Cincinnati, 1 00 l M. Nos. 23 and 2! connect at Anchoratte for Shulby-villFreight train lcn inn Frankfort 6:15 A. M.. and at 7:15 i.tM , wll carry returning leaving Lcxim-tni- i pass liters between Frankfort and Lexington, anil all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 28 arc Sunday trains only, K. P. IJRYAN. Aecnt. Leave 5" e. The very best remedy that can be corns pounded from our present knowledge of drugs, for colds, coughs, asthma, bronchitis is )r Wb'tar's and other lung It hns cured Bal.siim of Wild Cheiry. many cases of consumption when all other leniedies had failed. A single spoonlull will cure an ordinary cough or cold nnd give instant relief to asthma. It is soothing, healing and strengthening to thioat and lungs and is very pleasant to take. m CAPITAL AET GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, m Main St., Over Cnilclicr& Starts' While Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL AMUSEMENTS. SkkdO.vts. 700 bushels choice white seed oats for &ale by S. Martin, Stedmantown. For. Ri:nt. Two otlice rooms on lower Hoor. Apply to Judge Duvall. m Tlic bill to pstnUish a branch Pcnilen-tiarEip Van Winkle. at EiMyville, in Lyon county, panseil Robert McU'nde, the celebrated com methe House on Tiiurihiy. dian, supported by a first clas company, will as Kip dollars ami appear at the Opera Ilone One hundred nnd piece i a favorite Van Winkle. As the forty cents was cleared by the entertainment with our amusement loving people th" mere for tlic benefit of the Hood MiHVrers Saturannouncement of it presentation will inline day night. a good audience. b Dr. John L. Phuliian was one of the The Dayton (O) Journal of a recent date Hood sufferers at Newport. Although hi says: "Uobcrt McWide vsis greeted by a large audience last evening, when he appearhoue stood hiitli above the street the waici ed in well known characterizations of Kip came up into it. Vtiu Winkle, and was received by tcpeated applause. Mr. MeW.ule's Rip Van Winkle and i decidedly the The Secret uy pi War has recommended was vuitten by of $75,000 (or most natural interpretation of the pretty vag.i-ithe immediate appirpriation which Irwng dedicated to the CatskilU. the improvement of the Kentucky liver. Thee is a morr milked vein of pathos in it " This sum will jirob.ilily repair Lock No crsiun as phyed by than in Boucic.itill's Joseph Jeffeison, and a mure ngiecable picture Mr. Henry II. Murray nnd MU Jane of llie cliatacter of Rip'aud his fiatt. Then: JilNon were murriid .Sunday evening, a' is amoia! sentiment to it in which Mr. Iioiieicauli's veision. for example, the list act the residence of the brides biother, Mr. (.loses with the old, unfortunate sot, in the presence of a few friend-- , J Jill-oand infirm, di inking to the diegs the . all his happiness. s itne cup that destroyed Dr. J. JtoO Blauey oHicititina. Mr. MeWade perceives this moral defect, and Th" fiit reception of the season was in his versions the interposing hand of his daughter stays the cup, and the invocation by the Governor and Mrs. Knott on fiHi-i"May ymi all live long and happy," com es Tu m1 iy evening, from eight until eleven ftoni lips unpolluted by ib ink. This idea of and was largely attended. i"i.ith- - moral ri'pnoty is carried t noughout the play. Mr. McWadc's rtLiiug and dialect is the ery uiiplensmt wentiuT. His Riu, attei lie twenty yens' of the cli.nacter and 1.T, is a ilili- id At the meeting of Biaucli, No. i'1'. ol tlcetly c.iiied out." i)ms citv pi Knights of America, in on Sunday, $12 was donated to the Ibuxl Younr? Mrs Winthrop. Consufferers and forwarded to Louisvi !i The Madison Square Theatre Company sidering that the Branch is a rather weak will pre-ethe above at the Opera Houe one, only having 21 membets, the donation on Tue-da- y evening, Febuary 2u'th. This was a very liberal one. the Grand Company played la- -t week y ht INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of the Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. fifty-tw- o Buv a CyT" trus from Joe LeCompte. - First class board wanted by a quiet L'enileman and wlte, in n pnvate liinnly of refinement and whete there ate no boirdeis'. Location central, be-- t references. Address 'A," care of thN ofiiee. . CHAMPION - "" hi-- , him-cl- f, y I gray-haire- d Many whose blood had become poisoned f'oni various causes and who-- e ill health was indicated by pimples soro leelhi,s aches, pains, urinary sediments, catarrh and inllamniatioii ot tlic mucous membrane, constipation, dyspepsia, bad dreams, nereto , have been vousness, sleeplessiie.-s- , ictored to perfect lieabh by using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock nnd Sarnp.irillu It is the onlv true blood putihVr 11ml streugthener of mind and body. No other icinedy eqiiaU it. The pcoplf nt FriiiiKtoil should pation- ze the new wholesale and retail coal linn of S. tt J. II . Told, for they have come to -lay. Office at H. U. Williams' giocerv, where Mr. Peter E. Told can always be found ready to wait on customers. South-side- n. U.-V- i , uiisur.-pi-sei- l. 11 - 1 nt Sam:. A good second-han- d boiler, 8 by 3ft. Apply to Ferguson k Meek. Buy a pair ol Tein's scissors fiom R. K. McClure A: Bro. If they do not piove satisfactory they will take them back and give you a new pair. For. up-riget MONIT OR For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. at Master David DavW, little six year iLl eon of Mr. J. DavN, rallied off n. gold ring Saturday night for the benillt of the Hood sulTerebS of Newport and .realized fceon dollars on it. The little lullow went around and sold chancltcs at ten cents each. The money was forwaided to Newport Month' Wednesday Mr. L. A. Keiningham Aid sent from Augusta, Ga., to the Society of the Christian Church of this city in a cheek for $500, the money to he Home for the Frieuuless. ert:iblibhiug a t.-- ed Opeio House, Cincinnatti, in opposition to the Hood and Opera Festival to splendid houses each evening. It is composed of first class artists and the entertainment Tue-da- y evening promises to be the bft we have had this seaon. We give below comments', some of the New York dailies, Louisville Cottage biead lor sale by Jamt" Ileeny. Vn.s ficntuckian. Mt.. Keiningham Thomas, of tlii- - city. is a sister of Mr. L. A. On Friday night of last week the tobacco barn of Mr. E. V. Ayres, of tliis county was destroyed bv lire. It contained 10.000 poundt) of hurley tobacco at the t'nie. The fall, costing $900, and barn was built la-was injured for $G00. The tobacco was fully covered by insurance. It is thought to be the work of an incendiary. t Friday night of hifct week some nsbes left in a wooden box sitting on the porch of Mis. Jus. F. Dailey's new resilience, on the Verfcailles pike, one mile and a half from the city, set fire to thro box, which conununiiu-tethe Humes to the side of the. limine and the whole building would soon have been in flames, but some one passing discovered it in time. d " The bill to apropri.ite $503,000 to complete the State Capital building came up as a special order in the House of Bepresenta-tive- s After lacking on an on Wednesday. amendment removing the Capital to Winchester and discussing it at length, it was recommitted to the Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Julian is very confident that the bill will pass when repotted back to the House. .Mr. L. L. Conway went to Nicbolasville Wednesday and brought to this city Bob i Lawson, alias Steve Bates, against whom there are two indictments in our Circuit Court lor horso stealing. Law mid was in jail on the same charge in Nicbolasville, but uh the evidence ngainbt him there was not very strong, the Commonwealth's Attorney had him turned over to Mr. Conway. A complete cure for' that debilitating drain that indicates a weakness of the urinary organs, nasal catarrh and otner evidences of a diseased mucous membra tie tuny be found in the use ot Dr. Guy-ottYellow Dock and Snr&uparilla. Don't be frightened by the advertisements of quack upon the piece: doctors. This remedy will purify the blood, "A new play at the Madison Square strengthen the parts allected. heal all irritaTheatre comes, like Christivns, but oncet.i tion ol the mucous membrane, and remove j ear, and a 'first night' there is an event of every suiiptom of the disorders. It H no mean importance in the social life of this and general ill metiopolis. '1 he lir.st night of Mr. Bionson siirecure lor nervous jjebility new play, 'Young Mrs. Winthrop,' health. Howard's was an especially notable one. It was the fourth Miist night' since the opening of the A Call. theatre undei the present management, and it snrp.iscd its piedccetsots in every respect in The Republicans ol Franklin count will the quality ot the play, in sumptuousness of meet in convention at Frankfort, on Mon'1 he D.iity sceneiy, and in appointments." day, March .Id, 18SI, for the purpose of Gnifh:'c. "liioiisou Howard's new play is entirely too nominating a candidate for sherill'. By order of good to he subjected to the battlefield surgory A few words of waun of midnight ciiticisui. J. C. Jackson, commendation must stifiice to coin ey the inChairman County Comm!ttci humation that it was not only a gie.it success, but a worthy one. The woik is one of which need feel no man w riting for the stage ANNOUNCEMENT. ashamed. It is a story of everyday life, but does not pieach a sermon; only points a moral FOR CITY MARSHAL. daintily and acceptably. It is tlioioughly without being either eventful or Wo aro authnrizeil to uunounco M. II. P. essentially tliainatic. Fiom beginning to end WILLIAMS, JR., as a candidato for City it does not lequire in a single sentence the emphasis of violent declamation. The senti- Marshal. Subject to tho action of the Demoment of the play is pure, wholesome, and cratic party. delicious. Thoroughly chaiming and FOHSIIKRIFF. refined . . The play ha a vein of comedy which is never co.nse or farcical, and I heroby artnouneo mysolf a candidato for ro- is as natuial mil enjoyable as thenioie seiious, lection to tho olHeo of SbcritV of Fuauklin element h lifedike and .sympathetic." AVw county, subject to tho action of tho Douiocratio Vorl- Slur. party. W. L. COLLINS. The celebrated William Stafford Company is due at the Opera House for two nights, Wo nro authorized to announco JOHN W. counui'ucing Tuesday, February 'JSth, in (1AISKS iicii'iuhliito for Sheriff of Franklin Shukcspeare'd subline tradegy of Hamlet, county, subject to tho will of tho Douiocratio On Friday night, February 29th, a grand parly. double bill will be given, The Merchant of FOB CONSTABLE. Venice and the charming comedy of A We aro authori.cd to nnnounoo L. L. COX aa lhip)y Pair. This company is now play- iv candidate for to tho otlico. of coning' to large and enthusiastic audiences at subject to tho aotlou of tho Douiocratio stable, Mirauley's Theatre, Louisville, and is with- pirty. out doubt the representative legitimate company. The plays nbote enumerated will be given with magnificent appointments new elegant stage setting, and a comOFFER FOR SALK OR KENT MY farm of S4 aeie.s, three and a (punter miles A series of flue perplete churactcirzntioti. formances may be expected and we would east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, on the Versailles pike. Addiess udviso our readers to procure their ueats in JOHN A. SIDENEU, udvuuce, Dec, l3t, Frankfort, Ky, 's 11 to-daui.tr-elous- Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MAN&AN, SB., & CO., Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Prop'rs. Sq.t-.ar- e. Clintsn. Street, ITcrt'h.east Ccrsier, Capital Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- Hi M'CLUHE ARE & BRO. .a 1 STILL PLACE TO BUY! BOOMING I THEIR HOUSE IS THE - THEY HATE ON HAND A LAE3E STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Overshoe. &c, which they will sell at bargains. IF YOU WANT A Farm for Sale. I STYLISH HAT ! Go to see them. They make a SPECIALTY OF HATS. - - ' v ' , . ' w. TsaRs: ss n' M"W..y T"it-- . ', ?' tt W KM !a fa FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, PSft Beech Ridge. liave Wcallicr more ili'.ttuit. Hope we will ii eontitiiinnce of tln wimp. Rorn. On the 9tli instant, to Mi. Loni K. Lea mill wile, a lwy ucitir.t 11 poittnls v. . We would say to Bon Ami and other Billy Quin will have to build a new his shop, as the one he correspondents desiring to know who Judy Itont'of is, that they are very much mistaken if they had blew oil'. think she is a beautiful yoii'g ladv, for she Elder Wright, ol Lexington, preached n is an old bachelor sixty-lou- r years old, and verv inteiesting discourse at the Grassy Punch is an old maid seventy-threWe Spring Church Sunday. thank the correspondents very much for It seems that the tobacco fever is increas- their many nice compliments, bat do not ing in lhi part of the coiintv, as there .'ill desire to keep them in the dark any longer. be several laige barns built in the spring. Madam Rumor has been in our neighborhood lately. She is a very industrious Miss Minnie Gaines, of Bridgeport, who has been teaching school in M.ilion coun- creature, never out of employment, and ty, is visiting the family ol Mr. Billy Jett. alwavs ready to nssit others in their business, especially when her tongue can dthem TofCHMESOT A terrible storm passed through this or their business an injury. Now we don't evening, deal- need any such pcisons in our community, of the country Tue-da- y ScrabLle, Shelby County. ing destruction to fences and other prop- as our citizens seem to understand their own erty. business pretty well, and we think il Madam Old Uncle John Moore is qti te sick. Mr. Ed. Ayer's large tobacco barn was Rumor will onlv learn to control that unruly member ol hers, ami let other people manGeorge Samples has been verv ill for burned down last Friday night. We can age their own affairs, she will be much hapnott-av- , but we think it was fulh insured. home tune. The lire was thought to be the woik cl' an pier and the people in general will get along he will be mar- iiKCiitiiarv. Mr. Israel Hodgei a great deal better. ried on the loth ol March. We attended the masquerade bail given at Mr. Reily hail his sale Wednesday as adRlonmlicM, has Mr. Willie Hide vertised There was a very good crowd and the A lion llo.el Feb. 14th, but iw ou.1 dehis aunt, Mrs. .Moore, the past things sold reasonable. been Mr. Lafavetie scriptive powers are somewhat limited, we w eek. Crutclier purchased the farm at four thou- cannot give the lull det tils of the proceedings. However as I believe that even an imT. H. Wilhorn is putting up a new house sand three hundred and lilty dollars. pel feet description would be interesting to a Pallium, the blackon his place for John Tuesdav evening about three o'clock the majority ol the readers of the Roundaiiout, smith. church at Grassy Springs was struck by a will mention a lew of the chaiacters. Abraham Kendall is very low with cancer cyclone, nearly unroofing it, and blowing in Of the young ladies we mention, Mi.--s and it is thought he cannot live the guide end which fell on the. pulpit, and Laura Wooldridge, of Eminence, g on his no-damaging the carpet and knocking sevcrul a great while longer. the evening star. Miss Aimer Seolield, holes in the lloor, damaging the whole to Mrs. Lizzie Arnsparyer, of Payne's Depot, the amount of some two or three hundred ol Bridgeport, Juliet Miss Bettie Gaines, of Alton, Queen ol Hearts. Miss Lela Tins-leyMr. her father, who ha been dollars. Mr Mose Heydan's front porch of Greafenshurg, old woman. Mifs Thomas Moore returned home last .Satur- was also blown down. Susie Catlett, of Alton, Spanish fottuneteller day. Humph Humph. Miss Ellen Parker, of Franlcliu conrty, 0!d Aunt Betsy Dea ringer fell a lew days typical nero. Miss Sallie Spencer, of AlBagdad, Shelby County. since and hurt her head very badly, and ton, Queen ol Diamonds. Miss Hattie Tins-leliitbeen .Milieriug a great deal with it since of Grealeiisliurg, a Gp-e- y girl. Miss Josie Moore left for a visit to her that time. Roberti.ol Alton, aunt Dinah. Misi Florence Collins, ol Frankfort, great grandis said that Jumbo gets the most of his sister in Fayette county Tuesday. It only mention a lew of items from a ceitain young lady in his Mrs. Lizzie Armsparger, of Fayette coun- mother. We will neighborhood and 1 expect it is so, for I ty, visited her parents here the past week. the young iiijn. Mr. Dunl.ip represented a priest; .James Tracy, 'of Alton, an Indian. understand he is there even Sunday. Mr. Willie Eblen, ol Bloomfield, was the Preston Blakemore, of Franklin county. ' I would beg of Haw k Eye not to say anyguest of Mrs. Moore and family Saturday Brighain Young. Johnnie Parrent.of Alton thing mole about Miss Lizzie Stivers going and Sunday. . a professional llirt. Dr. J. 11. Sullivan, ol to Jamaica, for there - a vouiig man down lovMr. George Holeman, of Indiana, visited Alton, dude. T. J. Collins a rejected here who cannot bear to hear it mentioned, Wilde. Will Blake and friends in this neighborhood er. W. L Convers. relatives . more, country .Jake at a city dance. Willet Dowden went to Louisville a short the pa- -t week. Being hundred. T. Spencer, eighteen time since and nine davs alter he returned Married. On Thursday, February 14th, unacquainted with many ol the youngsters home he was taken ill, and on a doctor's Mr. George Holland, of Bourbon count, it is impossible for us to do justice to the being called in he pronounced it a bad case and Miss Xellie Wilson, of Missouri. Al- affair. We learn there were five (Anderol sumll-poter the ceremony the happy pair left lor son, Franklin, Shelby, Fayette, and Henry) Mr. George Holland, of Bourbon county, their future home in Bnarhon. counties represented, and all present acted ol Misuari, were anil Mint Nettie Wil-oRaudad Blond. well their parts, and seemed to married at the resilience ol'the bride's father hav e a good time geneially. Robert RedThe happy couple lelt for Bridgeport. last Saturday. man and sons Itiruishcd the muic. their Inline home in limn hou county. Punch and Judy. Winn, Most?. George Miistiu and E. Hoheit- - and several otheis Mr. James Woodford county, took in the village last e seveial days ago, of ran a fox into a Friday evening. it out and turned it loo.--e for a hunt the dug Great quantities of corn are being hauled next day, but when they got ready for their and they failed through this place from Shelby county for KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, limit the lox was mir-ithe Frankfort market. to striue his trail anymore. S2S22XRusty Cess. Quite a severe storm passed over this place last Tuesday. So set ions damage, Point Pleasant. however, is reported. Rev. J. C. Freeman, of Lexington, lGaines will be the sheriff preached at South Benson Church lint SatMuddy as it is visiting goes on all the urday and Sunday. nine. Miss Minnie Gaines, who has been tend Mr. Ed. Stivers visited John Stivers Sun- ing in Madison county during the pa- -t five iiiouthti, has returned home. Is still making her regular trips from Frankfort day to Louisville. She leaves Frankfort every Wed Mies Laura Wooldridge has returned to nesday morning and Saturday evening, and rnten bone has come out of Jimmy .Another her home in Eminence. Irom a visit to the nro ns cheap as any other transportation. Tho Updyke's leg. Fannlo Freese belongs to Frankfort and lo Capt. Misses Maston visited Mies Mary family ol Esq. J. B. Russell. The S. V. Pence, and why not patronize her? Gayhart Sunday. Rev. L II. Salin, of Owen count', was in Special rates on all freight going south or west' the village last Sunday night, the guest of and through bills of lading given. Mr Geo. Fincil visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrts. J. W. Jenkins. Updyke Sunday. Mrs. SnUie Farmer and children, of LouisI'rop'r. ll isited relatives in ville, Miss Lulu and Mrs. Ella Coleman, of Owensboro, BEN FREEMAN, last week. Franklort are visiting relatives in this section. Milliter. Mr. J W. Rogers, of Harp, visited the A. B. WILLIAMS, Rev. A. B. Cabaniss is not editor of the Point last Sunday night. Aycnt. Western Recoider, as stated by Jumbo in July 14 tf. Messrs. J. W. Gaines and Ed Fahy visit lait week's Roi'.mwiouT, but he is field eded iV.r. John Rosell Sunday. itor Mi-iMrs. Lizzie Slivers visited her U. S. Storekeeper J. II. Bailey is spendTve.ulall, in Belle- Point, last week. ing a week or two in this place, preparatory to a trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas, for MTJNN & CO., fit tlio PciN-nn- a A;:r.nicAN. con. Mr. Tli' 8. Hoppe1, of Shelby county. Ilnuotoiict iih lor I'utuiitu, Caveats. Trade the bfiiefit of his health. Minks. Cmiyrlulits, for tlio Ualtel Statt", Canada. the Point Wednesday and Thursday. Kiiuliind, ranee, Uurimtny, etc. Hand Hook about l'ntentM Bent nvo. years oi.icrtimci. This town and vicinity wis well repreMr. J D. W. Edwards, of Louisville, riitunlHitlitnlmvl tliniif.'hMUN.VA: CO. uro noticed sented at the leap year party given by IntlioSeiK.NTtiKiAMUUCA.v.tlio lurjtost, bust, and ;paid his mother, Mrs. Arnold, a visit last Misses rcu, ".tl'd Jeitr. l''ntltto pain. Jda and Sue Crockett "last night. Weekly. weuk. enirmvlnvH unit InThe anticipations of the most scrupulous formation. Kiiuclincn copy or t ho Scietii ilia A iner-IcH..nt free. k C(). Born. To Mr. James Rossell and wife, were realizeJ. AMK1UCAN Ofllce, 201 Uruudwray, JCuw York. Felmary 14th, a son Ed Kahy; weight 101 Row Ii. F. Hungerford, of Shelby ville, pounds. Ex-out- ed will preach at Franklin Presbyterian meet Mrs. Sallie and Misses Lizzie and Aggie next Saturday and Sunday, and Mr. Floyd Stivers paid the point a visit March 1st and 12d, 1884. All are cordially Office. Saturday. invited to attend. e. Wc arc autl.oriziMl to nnnniinpe Mr a citiuliiiutc for matriWater Whitman mony. Mav 'oiiu' fair maiden In allowed the rirlit ol HitHVne. Yes. in elliiiilde. Con?iileriii! tiie irnml ipnon we have had quite a number of winter tobaeco crops have been raided. If the nprin crop will be near to good we will have an abundant harvest. Mr. Hock Mitchell's yonnjicst eon met witii a sad accident a lew days since. pitol he accidentWhile handling a ally shot himiell. intlidinj: a painful llesh wound. Mud. mini. We are bavins our share and il is very laborious traveling on horseback, vehicle beim; out of the qnotinn. Am in hopes we will have a mud ooat by and by. Mr. T. J. Hill is ofliciaiinjr as siuini; is a veiy l'rolc-o- r innMer at ibis Church nice gentleman ami will probablv begin before long training the oting minds in everyday school life Mr. E. D. Lea him purchased a farm at We think it last of Mr. William Brvttii high time he win looking, for a mate, but to the sweet melodious he is still voices of the little bells. 11- Mr. Frans. Arnold, who has been on a visit to nis sister at Paris for some months, has r.cttined home again. Still rainy and muddy, but for all that the people are moving sonic to one country and some to another. Miss Willie Belle Peters, who has been visiting at this place the past two weeks, has returned to her home. There is about as manv wagoi.s passing along the pike hauling clop from the distillery as there are hauling tobacco. Mr. Alfred Rogers, of Scrabble, visited tin- - Pont lat Thiisday, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. J. Shannon. Bill Snow says that it does good to have a person's wants published in the Roiixda-liotrlor he has found his widow by so doing. Misses Lizzie and Aggie Stivers visited Midway last week. Miss Lizzie went up to see her classmates and the faculty before she starts to Jamaica, which will be the 15th of March. Hawk Eyi:. r, Between the Bridges. FOR SALE. Olfice by Payne ON ST. AND 'pilli 1JU1LD1NG occupied LOT Insurance J. Clair ilreet now as nil & Ckitub and io , & Railway, m m Wl m Jett. The White roof. School-hous- e Mr. William Vaughn has been on the sick list lorseveral days. Mr. Owen Tins-lehas presented his son Lister with a very fine pony. Mrs. Pcrniplia Collins is the guest of Mrs. Frank Hnckley this week. Mrs Frank Crutclier, of Greafenshurg, has been quite sick for several days. S. M. and O. Tinsley have sold to W. A. Gaines A Co. three thousand bushels o corn within the last few days. Miss Annie L. Johnson, Mrs. Stillwell, Mrs. Shields ami Mrs. T. B. Johnson were the guests of Mrs. S M. Tinsley Tuesday. Several children in this district have the measles, and it i feared that it will break up the scliool, as only a very few of the pupils have had it. There ways soiiil kind of wild animal in this neighborhood a lew nights ago that might be termed a dog cater, lor it ate even dogs for one man, and four dogs, two lambs and one old sheep for another. Ten dollars reward has been oflered lor his hide. The wild animal and strychnine together are is to have' a new playing sad havoc with the fox hunters' -- KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST llerry. Pi ice $2,000. FOR NEW YORK. W Addles, Jan. .1. 11. wA.xicrnu,YJV, Hamilton, Mo. ONLY 1 y 1 Watck,FiiieUs,Enpns,k SAMUEL AYERS, -- LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR t VWJ r' FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, A SOLID TRAIN I KOM i 1 WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the watch repairing business Cincinnati, at tlio otd stand. Hv promptness and careful work he hopes to merit the patronage of those who desire to hac their watohos tepairod without damage being done them. Surveyors' com-pasrepaired and other instruments requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. 00NNE0T1NG cs LOTJISVILLE, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOE pets. in Frankfdrt I tnko In retiring from pleasure in expressing my cntlro confidence in Mr. S. Ayres.'and from my long acquaintance n i tli him'as a workman, do not hesitate .to commend him as every wny capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 11. BTEW THE "STORK. ROUTE TO AND ALL VII D1RKCT F. MEEK. Sept. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, an-t- f FRA N IfcFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES RROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturcrs of all Kinds of New Work tot ViHIuT9 HIM PITS For tickets and further iuformntion apply to your nearest tickct-oflleor nuMress James 0. L'rust, General Western Agent, Louis villo, Ky. C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Richmond, Virginia. NEW PLANING MILL. KST'Contracts for New Work in nr.y pan of the Stnte. One door west of corner Ann and liroadwny streets April i6-- t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. J.M. WAKEFIELD llavingrcocntly added First-Clas- to his Establishment I W." T.ltJNYl, Has just received his fall and winter stock of s Finning Mill, to furnish all kinds of Is now propored vi-iti- ng Sash, Boors, Blinds, Frames. Molding ALSO STAPLE AND FANCY 1 Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Stylo. Mny 15 tf. S. F, Smith, M. . e, repre-eut-in- DRY GOOD u NOTIONS. stand vi.-iti- ng a. &C. A. D. Ukown, M. I) Call and see him at Swirjert's old St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. C. II. CHINN, M. D. JAS. ELY. M. D. Qrs, Smith & Brown, Physicians Church, y, - Mis-Min- Surgeons, FRANKFORT, KY. Oflieo nnd residence next door to the Baptist S. C'luirtrect. DRS. Office ELY & CHINN, Corner KENTUCKY. CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and West via Cincinnati. and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Main and Washington. 7 O-c- ar Offico 8P.M. Hours lo 8 A. M., 12 to 1 l. M , 7 to SANITARIUM. JllTOrMdn, Pnl. Thn dry oHniftto enree. Mose, Throat. Lanes, full idea, C p., route, cost, truo. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAI1LE IN EFFECT SUNDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. I.ve, Covington , Ktlmuuth . Cyiithiana . Arr Paris . . . Lve I'aris Arr Lexington Lve I'.iris.. Lve, 28. 1S83. x. AMU rs MARRIAGE UUIUb. MPAITH XOUpgB, -.-.Jt-- "j n, mm' 1WI lOOb IUdUUUUUUI vuuuusur tueutuiiui(.SctMnr-- VC Jfenow, Ctotti nnd ullt Llodlaaff) cts,.:iror Srinra Guide. 114 pl5o,aent Rented. nioni orHtnsbjC JIK. WHI I bK ITholTeutowclnllst.NervoneTto'illlty.lrapeclluieatSi Jtn mumtum, uoDsiiiiniion nua rnnp'-ie- i new. . iSiiKlXitrYt&'ff Miik-hoi- REGULAR rKsm -- t.i i Ji 1 1 j'VKraTcpni ir:iKt.ta-i:- i .j WWi''w" No. 2. 3 00 a m No. 4. No. 18 iciii.f !! m ug, 3EB03F. WAWT5TC!) H-ftftft- - JLfeiieSSiwafflSS- MMSk&?:h Pi 1! CSmi A Baikal Curo snd over tralu work. Da tot finporkc v.Ullo ia:h GliCn.li'9 iur injuur. tan. Aol.t King In.posM cu ! jrcicntlou elal'M ol e'her remcllcj fjr them troub'.ci. (Jet our frej clrcj. lir nnd trlat ivkni nul Kim Irajiortant oreauio vialiucn nut & i( cay, iiumcroui btf icum dlicasc. UHfal !ivlclani, roiull frcm juuihful ln!orc tlon j, too free lu1ul,;tncc, vrnrnra ncr.if.TTV: Lve Arr. Lve -- -- FANNIE FREESE! SPERMATORRHEA IMPOTENCY. IKSTeBtevl forovorO yoara by ubo la tlicu eaucla of casea. til Ing tnttMit clicnberc. cure! luie a t uiuly thit bianot In. ficuisnl'. auO ilix'i tirf-r- u with attcntlca ti buit or ficss or fact bcfi.ro Arr. 3.00 ji in 9.35 a m 4.35 I in 10.40 a m 5.3 1 in ij.iS a in b.20 p ni . 11 20 .1 111 6.20 p III I la 05 p in 7.10 p ni 6.20 p in Milleisburg . . 6.40 p in Carlisle 7 i l m MaysvilIeL. . . 8.30 p in Paris 11.35 a m 6.20 p in Winchester . . 12.50 8 co in in Richmond., , . 2.15 P ni 9.10 i m 12.45 P m Lancaster.. . . P m 4.ro p m Stanford Junct. 4 co ji m 5 00 ( m - TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Junct, No, . . . . . . . 11 rallllo Idcod c&uto rala icnleno. FouudtJ en l ?eee M PACKAGE. mmlcal jrlnclrln. In (ator ami rquti tlnn. Direct aiirlicailon lottoncteat --(jf Cliri'o luakesttitllisti.. in. ln.l.AnAi t. 1. ". ri!10IUUUVWi.vw u dclar. Tlior.aturalfunj. t km of tbu Lumaa orna . No. 3. 111 111 No 17 Croin TRIAL 1 S. V. Fence, Ro-se- rriin "innrce HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'Pg 30''5 jvonu Jum rt. on .un, !)HE MOUTH'S 'fREATUENT, arlmflnir tleminti tf Ufo U.a bao Kia Katc4 nr eluu lao'i. .Tho fHicat bccot-e- l isherrful anl ilai urcLiili rapidly. Jim aro rcitot'-J- TU Arr. L"c. " ' Arr " Lancaster . " Kicliinond . " Winchester Paris Maysville . Carlisle. . . iMillersburg 11,00 a 00 a 20 15 24 .1 111 Paris. . . . . , , , Chemist. $3 J 2 M0NTHS.5 1 3 MONTHS, tf, Arr tl'aris Lve, Paris. , . " Cyiithiana., " I'.ilnioulli, . Arr, Covington . No, o'oo a, 25 Lve.tl.cxinjitoii . , a ni 2 25 p a 3.iu ji in 00 a in 12.40 p m 2.08 p 30 a 50 a m i 29 p m 15 a in 3.10 p in 20 a 2,15 p .15 a 3. io ji in 15 a 3.10 p in 50 a 3.48 p in 55 a m 4 55 P m 6,30 p 30 a 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 12.45 p in t.15 p m 2.10 p m Coo p m s si-t- - vU-ile- PATENTS 1 Tlilrly-Movim d leaves Lexington 6 00 a. m., arrives Mays-ill- c iiit No, 27 leaves Lexington 5,25 p, m., arries .Maysville 8.30 p. in. No, J7 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. in., arrives LexingNo, 28 leaves .Maysville 12.40 p, 111., ton 9 10 a. arrives Lexington 4 ou p, in No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. m,, arrives Falmouth 7.20 p 111, No. 5 leaves Falmouth 6.15 a. in , arrives Covington 8 ion m Nns. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington .mil Covington; all others daily except Sunday, 111 tii-Ot- t Hpt-ciii- l Inten-itli- rtntt'Hto Itintittriuitrt. tune-card- nn Aildri-sMl- For tickets, rates, call on or address S. connections, etc., T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. 1IROWN, Gen'l. Pan. and Freight Agent. O. W. IJENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. ing-hoii- se Job Work Neatly PROPRIITORS. R.K SELLERS & CO. PITTSBURGH. PA at this Jun'My . ' Hi .xfit.C