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DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. The Ohildrens' Fancy Dress Hop. The event loolu-i- l forward to with of so inucli pleiiMtrc liy the little folks cnnie off Tlmrwiny night, and was n grand snece, a? ntc all the hops given ly Ball Clith. At half past the hegan to fill with chileight the dren in fnncv lres, and grown peoplo who had come to see the costume-- , ami in n whort time tliere wni sch a jam that dano-inpremium. As the little room was at folks threaded ihe mazes of the dunce they reminded one of n fairy scene, their bright and happy faces showing how keen was their enjoyment. Thev occupied the floor until eleven o'clock, when they gave place to the giown tip tiirls and hoys. in attendance were The little MiB-Ilnllie Rodman, Maud Muller. Bellic Keenon, Snow drop. Annie Keenon, My Pretty Red Rose. Miss Marie Gilhmi, Folly. Juiia Ilnrdic, Finella. Mary Sparks, Nicliolasville, Mrs. Tom Tliumh. Lauia T.ibrot, Mtric Antoinette. Bessie Dudley, Maud Muller. Ruhy Ringo, Folly, Mary Hemlrick Swigcrt, of Woodford Iteauty. Joe Duvall, Spanish lady. Maiy llrovvn Duvall, Pielty Peggie. nntici-pnlinim FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 1, 1884. The trial ol Thomas Crittenden for the order o' Rose Mosby. colored, at Anchor ime, is in progress in the Circuit Com t in Louisville, 111 Number 24. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , .VXD lull-roo- m g 11 ts Miss Lena Stewart, blue cashmeie. Winslowand Alex. Robinson, Two Dromios. Miss Minnie Smith, Louisville, nun's veilWillie Ituckley, Piince. Period. ing. David Davis, Man of the Mrs. Frank C. Hughes, blue satin, real lace Willie Davis, The Crusher. yoke and sleeves, and pearls. Cresap Ringo, Senator. Miss Kate Sanders, white nun's veiling. Robeit Trabuc, The Daisy. Miss Nellie Pickett, cashmere. Dick Vandeveie, The Valentine. Miss Elndio Helm, Eli.abethtown, white Denic Procter, Pince in the Tower. Nicholas Weitel, Blooming Cotton. nun's veiling. Miss Josie Casey, reil cashmere. Coleman Meriwether, Louis XIV. Miss Corinne Blackburn, Versailles pink Seth Beckner, of Winchester, Little Boy cashmeie. Blue. Miss Stites Duvall, white nuislin. Lucian Beckner, of Winchester, Jack Miss Lizzie Pickett, black bunting en train, Horner. brocaded fiont. Tyler Richards, General. Miss Pattie Roberts, figured satine. Alilla Norman, Fiench Maishal. Miss Jennie Robb, Woodford county, red Tom Bruce, Giown Man. bunting. Miss Joe Murphy, red nun's veiling. The Mother Hubbard Party Miss Etta Whitestone, Louisville, variegated pale-blu- e Mr, C. P. Huntington, President of the C. A;r Railroad. Gen .John Echols, Vice Heal Estat Agent, practice in the courts nf Franklin und the adjoining counties, and will also ivc iiprla attention to the pnrelmso anil n1p of real c ; r t n oollectlon of rent, I'lnlme, and the negotiation of loans. OflTicu opposite Court House. Will President, and several others parsed through this city Wednesday :ifternooon in special car-1- , tour ol inon their regular spection of the entire line ol the road. semi-annual Juno 25-l- y. AMUSEMENTS. Barlow, Wilson & Oo.'s Minstrels. The above troup, which is one ol the best the road, will appear at the Opera Ilou-- e on Wednesday evening next, March otli The fo'irifi foitrnal ha this to sav of their recent npnearance in Louisville: people "For the t time in v. ere turned away Irom Macauley'" Theater It was yimply impossible lor the crowd" seek mi: admittance to be accommodated on the inside of the limine, and the result wa- that those who came last had to go hack. Bv twenty minutes to 8 o'clock the seats were all sold, and betore S people were being turned away. As il va-- , an audience ol about o.OOl) packed the theater from top to bottom, inaiiy ol them being compelled, ol couisc, to laud. This is not strange, considering the numin town and the popularity o' ber ol A; Co.'- who lit Bin low, Wil-igun llicireiigagemetit inst night. There i no better iiuusii'il troupe known to Innciers ol burnt cork, and their show i in keeping with their pa-- i tin perlorinaiicis, which have never been excelled heie. The lir-- part i lull of dm and well sunj!. oug", seiilinieiitiil and comic, in It conclude" with some amusing a telegraph olnce." The olio contains some talent now before the ol the linc.-- t inim-tre-l publ.c. ?eor'e WiUon, o( cour.-- is thete the only genuine George, as hnppilv And then the "Four Aces" on deck with their acrobatic specialties, aie and it is unnecessary to say that thev make a "hand' w Inch could hardly be beaten, even' bv a "seiuieuce Hush." Besides, tliere me Barney Fagau, the famous clog dancer; Howe and" Bell, the cloi: skater-- ; Frank Mor.in, the oiator, and others. The performance ends with the operatic burlesque, "The Enchanted Catle,"which is very clever The show in it wuv and very amu-inthoroughly appreciated by the audiwi 01. tir-s- SPfJIHNfllEUDi! JUST RF'TIM D BV V. BEB2EBICB, Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, given The ITotli'r Hiihh'ird hy the ladies of the Capital Hotel Tuesday evening wn a decided siicres'. The attendance win hirge and the scene in the one to delight the eye. The of the ladies vveie all of the prettiest dreses mid mo.t livcoming htie-- , and man) wore Mother Hubbard hounds. None ol the luutleiiiHii were in tnnMpe. Muiv. Wolf A; TrrM, ol Le.iiig:on. furnished the inr.-i- c tor the occasion. Following is a lim de satine. Miss Faith Casey, pink cashmere. Miss Hope Casey, blue cashmere. Miss Lizzie Maeklin, d jar, Memoir. 3a::t striped .atiu. Miss Anne Thomas, striped silk. Miss Belle Graves, Wodfoid county, blue satine. Miss Dora Apperson, Little Rock, Aik., brocaded atiu and swan's down. Miss Alice Dudley, Louisville, white cheese cloth. Miss Mnggic Owens, blue satin. Miss K te Bush, pink satin. Mis. Ileury Duvall, white muslin. Miss Sue Bush, pink cashmere. Miss Georgie Bowman, pink satin. Miss Willie Bowman, nun's white veiling. Miss Uallic Craddock, pink and white lace. Miss Laura Craddock, blue satin and white ball-roo- BETWEKN MAIN and BROADWAY Keopg constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, ana newest stylos of fancy French rs Bonnie IlocltciMiiilh, (lower girl. Sallic K'rtley, F.vening. Effie'Camphell, Night. Miss Kate Helm, Elizabstlitown, wliite Marion I.indviy, lSutlerfly. India linen. Lucy Mc Henry. Widow Malone. Miss Nellie Theobald, blue cashmere. Eloise (.'le.oy. of Covington, Rosebud. Mis. Alice Oi bison, blue nun'-- , veiling. Haltic Ilargis, Flower Girl. Miss Cteighton, Chicago, wliite nun's l.ettie Stoll, of Louisville, The bride. veiling. Mary Campbell Sawyier, blue bilk. Miss Anna Brown, pink cashmeie. Fanny Gray, blue and white silk. Miss Jouett Taylor, blue cashmeie. Frances Wallace, li.imlsonie street lrcs. Mrs. Judge lleckner, Winchester, red Eva Maeklin, garnet cashmere and velvet. silk back, biocaded velvet front. Louise Cannon, evening dres. Mrs. James B. Hawkins, whith nun's Dot Illacklmrii. while nut II and lace, veiling. natural flowers. Miss Sallic Biowning, Jacksonville, 111., Lizzie Davis, blue and pink satin, natural Jloweis. nine ol tho-- e pi cent: Miis Mona Tate, white Mi-Alice LovviHntry, white atin. ( -s m Min-tie- Iudii linen. Stanfoid, Conn., Loiii--vil- le il MD II mm casiimcros. Ho is prepared to make thcra up on .hor notice, nnd give perfect fit- ting garments, stylieh and coml'ortnblo. feti3-fitn. beu-o- u TESTE MY TEISIEo rr: Ton es STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS IN 3TCCE3TOi late. Miss Annie South, blue muslin. Miss Lo'lie Stalling, of Mississippi, white imtslin; hue. Miss Mamie Bullock, Shelbyville, pink cashmere. Miss Mary IJornoudy, Shelbyville, nun's pink veiling; white joke. Miss Nellie Williams, California, yellow peicale; ted bonnet. Mrs. Col. Robeit Pepper, white cheese e, buinor-oiiia-eve- r. HALF A CENTURY. Ths beat Itemed (or Conirha, Colit, Dripp. ilunnd Itlicumittlsn). lauro lleilth Apptit.j, l.ood Dipostion. Hej'ularity of tr KdboIj. A boon fo delicate 11SRilvl03tbln.r iit bracing the nurvou3 system, and K.vinjr vior awl pn-cto- health to every fibre o? tha body. Sold byDrrrpiit. For Pamphlots, etr.. nddrsr C. E, VJui, 5 tO.. IS Ccdur Mt., X.Tf. fits. il Nettie Waloutt, blue bilk velvet, natuial flowers. Sue Rodman, blue velvet and satin. Minnie Vandivere, Undine. Margaret Berberieh, Snowllake. Annie Hargis, Undine. Nancy lJjckner, Winchester, Yellow Buttcifly. blue cashmere. Miss Carrie Ilirdin, white nun's veiling. Mis. Jos. 15. Lewis, blue cashmeie. Mrs. George F. lleuy, white cashmere. Mrs. R. K. Hart, Flemingsburg, white WOODFORD COUNTY FARM g. FOR SAI.IL farm of 1S2 IOTFER myMcCracken's acre, .Mill from Gras Spnrij, Church, for half t.ish and the balance in one interest. Iliuldiii;s and fences plenty of water on the place. Auk. 18.5m. located on the turni ike, one mile sale ..t 35 per acre, inil two years with in good repair, jtul .Milhille, Ky. cloth. Mis. Judge Hargis, Oscar Wilde sunflower. Miss Cany Weitzel, nun's blue veiling. Miss Maiia Lindsey, wbite nun's veiling, ciimson tiimnuiigs. Mis Mary Elv, white cheese cloth. Mis Helen Lindsey, figured .11111. Mrs. Dr. Hume, pink satin. -- ence. '' India linen. - Jessie Richards, Tamhorine gill. Mary T. Dudley, Uuigoniaster's wife, Alice Trabuc, Flirtina. Glcnnie Pickett, Who and Wytnplc. Maiy Evans, blue silk. Annie Duvall, The Fliit, Elnora Moore, Spanish Donna. Adclina Crutclicr, white satin lace natural Miss Biidie Boyle, Danville, gray cashmere. Miss Jennie G vines, black grenadine. Miss Purriiigton, New York, blue cashmeie. Mi:; Stella Gobcr, white nun's vcMiug. Miss Martin, C dorado, blue batiste. Miss Ruby Maeklin, blue and reil casluneie. Mis. Judge W. M. Lindsey, blue cash-me- i e. Miss Lizzie Evans, company, will Supported by a appear al the Opera Hou-- e on Friday evening next, March 7th. The following is from the Connorsville, Indiana, Daily Courier: M'zm r.v.vNs in di:w tmri'. The A. O U. W. free enteiiuiiunent at I'.muis' Hull win a tiorir opposition to the pcttiumnticc ol Dew Drop at the Opera linii-- e night, but nevettheless there wn-- ii to I'ond sized audience prt-evisit of bright little Liz.zie tne E.,. - We had occi-io- n to peik warm M fall, and it u sufli- s Evan- - la'eri'i- -' lion to add that she has impioved toil appeai-une- e vi rv iiiniiil'i'st degiee since her lir-- t liete, loth in ading and singing. She deserves credit for one very gie.it arti-ti- c While at time virtue her oiiginality reminding one ol Maggie Mitchell, and at others ot Lotta, tlure is not the sligbte-- t trace al imitation of them, cither in her action or peech. Wchaveluen inlorine.l that he has never seen litber ot ine-- e actiessfs, mid we can readily believe it. Mi-- s Evans has established hei-e- ll with our public as a favorite, and under favorable can be nssuied ot crowded houses, II or support was well balanced and in giMH'inl, good. It n, iethaps, weak when- trength might be mo-- t looked for, in the tao leading parts, but not in degtee to uiiir. The play - light and breez. , not overburden 'd with plot, but cunying a pleasing torv. and it contain- - a bright dialogue and sunn- good ituatioiis. The storm scene, which clo-i'- d tne lust act, wns very ellective. We hope to soon again welcome v the clicerv face ol "the little Elcetiio --t nt II S. HARRIS. I00700TWEEK! We ein iiiir.mtec tho ubovo amount to good, active, energetic -- Switsjer - Ophie Thomson is viritim; friend-i- n Friitikloit tins weclc. Mr Fielding .loncs talks of vi.itiug il at I'uvni'V Depot unite soon, perhap- - in the aily pliug nine. Mr Win. Piyor and Itniy. who lfive bee in tl.is neiibboi iimul W week's pil, iiavt- leturned home. M's IilaTlioiiia-on- , who hn-- . been viiting friends in Henry and .Shelby couiilie- - for sometiiiie past, has ictiirnt'd home again. Messts. William and uee Fiencli have rented the Williams farm from Mrs. Enunii Shoitage. They will cultivate it in corn am) potatoes. The moviti!! still goes on. If it continues this way awhile longer theie will not he enough Collins men left in the county 10 elect him shciitl'. It is very lensonnble to imagine that Punch und.ludv enjoved the ball very much, as voung peoplo ol their and seventy-threage, sixtv-lou- r generally do at those places. We aie glad that although they are past the meridian ol lite they can still appreciate a compliment. Mi-bi-ji- A.GKEJSTTS! a I.iulicsas v.ell tho wel-cu- if Miss May Uoiton, Mt. Sterling, nun's veil-in- have huslue. it gentlemen, iniiUe 11 siit-ein Very littlo ciijiit.il required. Wo householil nrtlelo as '.il.ible ud Hour. flovveis. Nellie llockersmith, blue silk and velvet. Jennie Lee, white laee an.l blue silk. Jessie Stainc, a Bisque figure. Jennie McDonald, Princess of the Carnival. -- 111 'A Miss Annie Beckham, Shelby villc, cardinal cashmere. Miss Lily Cleveland, pink cashmere. Miss Gussie Attsmau, Newpoit, white Mother cheese cloth. Buncle. Maria Pepper, Madam Pompadour. Miss Mamie Caiotheis, Newport, white Lizzie Pepper, French Uttssar. cheese cloth. May Pepjier, Mother Goose. Miss Maggie Lewis, white ef.shmere. Louise Pepper, Haivcst. Mis, Lieut. Gov. Ilimlman, Columbia, Lynie Pepper, Spring Tide. ciinisoii cashmeie over silk. Laura Pepper, stieet dtess. Miss Mattie Fogle, Lebanon, cieam nun's Alice Ilines, handsome street diess. veiling overciinison silk. Joanna Rodman, gieeu silk. Miss Kate Smith, I.onNville, plaid muslin. Matilda Sawyier, blue bilk. Mrs. Walter Geary, Covington, while Ilallie Duvall, handsome street dress. cheesecloth, black lace over black silk. Lottie Stanton, black silk and lace. MUs Shrader, Owensboro, red cashmere. Jessie Cahucs, led velvet and silk. Miss Fannie Murphy, pink nun's veiling. Ruth Stanton, IvatcGieenaway, Miss Willie Robb, Woodfoid county, blue Matlic Hughes, evening dress. bati.ste. fr anic Moore, Mother Hubbard. Miss Joe Gray, blue cashmeie. Ruth Ely, Quakeress. Miss Julia Duvall, blue satin. Eloise Brown, Spiing. Miss Sillie Sliced, pink cashmere. Louisa Stoll, Louisville, Summer. Miss Lillian Sawyier, pink satin. Miss Lizzie Rodman, blue cashmere. The joung gentlejnen in costume were Miss Rose Stewait, white India linen. Ben. Keenon, Huguenot Lover. Miss Amelia f'oiupton, Grand Rapids, Henry Hamilton, Puck. Mich, red cashmere. Lewis, Louis XIV. George Mrs. Will. M, Saffell, pink satin, lace; Tolliver lleckner, of Winchester, Page. pearls. George Weitz.el, Beau. I Miss Uellc Sanders, white cashmere. Clay Smith Hawkins, Dude. Katie Parker, French Peasant. Clara Buckley, Annie I.ee, blue satin. Virgie Stanton, Folly. Nannie Blown, pearl silk. Eloise Hall, street dress. Sallic Theobald, Butteilly. Laura Theobald, Pansy Blossom. Phobe Beekuei, of Winchester, Forget-memot. Miss Nannie Dorsey, Louisville, heliotiope illusion; pmk rose. Miss Fannie Haiiison, Russellville, led cashmeie. Miss Seottie Chinn, white nuisliri. Miss Doisie Stanton, orange cashmere. Miss Sallic Duvall, blue satin. Miss Lucy Julian, white nun's veiling. Mis. Cha's. E. Haff black silk. -- -t - Is ucl every tiny in every family. Yon ito not iivciJ to iil,iin its merits. There i n rich hnrvest tor nil i,ho einlirneo this golden ojiurtu-i.itIt costs .vou only one cent to lenru w'ba our business is. Buy notal enrd mid write to us .mil vvi will send you our projieetu ami fi'lt purticul.irs It It Sells Itself! 11 y. -- -- you will ileiive more good than iitiaot. Our rciiututiuu as a man. utu'tuiint; eumiiiiiy is such that no can not afAmi v?o l;no vou have any ford to deceive, FREE! J ail-pic- es, ive your imrliciilar'. Sept. lj-i- y Writo to us on a postal anil address ihiinh ami receive lull de - -- UUCKKYE Srif'G CO.. iMui'ion, Ohio. e, 11 COAL! f i&M ' H COAL! G.B.MACIvLIN. -- - -- Tioera, ALL IvIXDS OK COAL ON HAND ami for anient Lowest Pricehbv rSL.tAYVVXVV w w w r if'v QivtiMmwnMwwmJluv va& 3 Hrmrdv for th mrriv an J nermanent 1 Miss Xannio Huvdon was the gucst of " Mi.--s Alice Rodders last Thursday. Rev ,1. A. Peier.s was in tin,, vii initv la- -t Sunday night, the guest of Mr. Ben. ATTENTION, TOBAUCO Bat-ler- Rodger. Mi-si-- SHIPPERS! J .s Ilullett 1 Lucy Ilavdon. George and weie the guests ol Miss 11 Lillie Ro-- a TolmiTO llosht'tuls For Sulo ! Rodgers 1st Sunday. The fair sex aie longing for good fashionable mariiage. Eligible bachelois, take the matter to heart ami see if you can't supply thf existing want. Another old citizen has passed uwav in the death of old uncle Dick Dods m, which occurred at the residence of Mr. Robert Rodgeis Suudr.y iiiorniug, the 17th., at f o'clock, lie was eighty-lou- r ears ol age and was born in Veiginiu. He removed to this county when but a young man. Hi funeral took place at Indian Fork Church. Daisy. TSAW.MII.I,, NT.AK RAll.UOAt) URUKiK, ii)iilantly on hand a first class article of hogs, (nails, whwh thuyofter f.rr sale, either set up or in the Unoik down, iluap for t.K'.i. Speciil p.nce. 011 car load lits. I'atronue home industry i Uec, "! com-ph't- u cure of Seminal EmUaloita nncl Impotcncy bythucrly tru war, viz , l r t Afj hcttioit tn tU pnocipklhrAt of E Pucsm, TL u vt tli niuly U fttUuJfJ Huh no r n or dxi iotcrff r trktti tlorlinry puriulu or lift, TtiH inoJ of trtktmtot Itu ttis4 the ttit iatfry irtrntiw. an I 1j no rroncunc! mectu. ThJ U nonidiii a1o a thi r r lurttion. l'rci cal otitrf ttioa ob! tj t eutritr tUit it will fir irfi.ct latUfaotkn. It I cihi- St jej VJ ILe Mf dU'U froiio HO 1 tt tr ol rtknJ uittni Tl crc4 of rracLlni anl curm tULi err j rtvaltat troutt. llw lUmt Jj Is u ia na U ih, tf hr . N. f (14 ng npnlh), f 1, I al 2 (ffiitit u mim)i lii Ma. 1 m iViraa irn idmIiuii. at U uf (ntKm inJ t f fi(uf m tVi t t tiM), 7, buK Ij uia.1 Mtlv4 ia I i it win Fu'l lif ium lur u ltd romi kin aa k kn. Urnl,t r tittUl (Dug hWtWiawkt I Iwr.tlcM.wlMt IImnkV m rfcl niatbl( k (It (iinirr tut ( f 0. mbilhj r.t im M if ktrr ftiTcU. tni lutir lt fir .iin MF'Q HARRIS REMEDY u) ti Inr lli i.ia. rt Vlurkot uml Hih wtroiU. KT. I.OlHf, MO. CO. CHEMISTS, J EGBERT & SON, gag BOK A FREE! SELF-CURE. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, flSrlMuin tinil Decorative Pnper Ilunging n speciality. Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promplty April 16- - tt attended to. REUABLE favorite nroscrlntlnn of 0110 of tha iiusi iioiuii nun Fiii'ci'gsiiii siiecianeisin inou.a, (iiiivviutlred)iortliiHMiroorferroMJpfcrit Zost Ma)ihootl,Wenkne$8 and Zefii;,Scnt luiiUliibcalciluiivi'lopi'Vre.UriiKKliitscuiifilllt. Address OR. WARD & CO. Louislani, Mo. . - .?& '.:".'.!)' WWf' :- - . - ' '.vV., -r--,.ii.-m- -- 1 , ..''-.- . .r-.-v- '.--fii- : v .n '. - ,." ' ' ( 4 . .. '?y?t"Aff7gF ' gyfCT;y-syt .. ??t'-i SjljSMSSSMSjSJSJHSJSJSJSjSJSjWWHWWSaBW - ' ,f""T - - .,,.-,-.--;-.- .- rw-TnWT-' rRw'JBIi ;......:'. ifr7$ ULLMLBHt'lHSlia M 'WftiTv f?r I Personals. Young gentlemen desiring first class suits clothing should" call on Mr. of sprirg t! a terod ftttliopost-ofllec.Frankfort, Kentucky Miss Laura Hiter, of Versailles, is visiting as he has just received his spring a second clues mailable matter . friends in this city. stock. Miss f'reiirhton, of Chicago, is visiting GEORGE A. LEWIS. friends in this city. Judge W. II. Payne, one of the RepreazieS. n?"aTsllBls.er. sentatives from Wairen county, who lias Mrs. Agnes II McClure is visiting relatives in Louisville. been at home sick eversince the Legislature FRANKFORT, MA11CH 1, 1831. Dr. W. II. Hall has been confined to his met, lias resigned. bed lor several weeks. Theconstitutiotiul limit to the Legislature Miss Annie Berryman, of Versailles, is Mr. It. "W. Knvnnnugh, brother of Rev. B, Lewis. H. Ktivnnnuph, of this city, died sud- session expired Thursday.hut the Legislature visiting Mrs. J H. indifinitely on SaturMiss Bettie Grant, of Louisville, is visits denly of apoplexv in Shelhyvillc Monday extended the session ing Miss Hullic Herndon. well known in this city and day. night, lie was Little Weston, son of Mr. C. C. Fnrr, is county, having been a graduate of the KenDavid Davis forwauled the money very ill with Little pneumonia. He left a wife for which he rallied his ring last week to tucky Military Institute. Mr. John Henderson has been quite ill whose, bcnitlt he had nml two children, for Newport and has received the following for the past two weeks. his life insured for $3", 000 reply. Mrs. W. P. D. Bush, who has been very Ukadquautkrs Rnt.tKP Committkb. appropriation to comsick, is improving rapidly. The chances lor an N i:vpoiit, Ky, Feh.'JItli, 1884. plete the Capitol building nre now more Miss Minnie Talhott. of Bourbon county, Why should we To Mastkb David Davis, Frankfort, Ky: fluttering than tor year-"is visiting relatives in this city. Di:.it Sm: The Relief Committee of this lose the opportunity? Our Representative city hereby acknowledge the receipt of your Miss Cora Allison, of New Albany, Indi-nn- a, is doing his duty nobly with regard to it, contribution ol $7 50, hy I. Davis, for the is visiting Miss Josie Murphy. of relief ol our suffering people, and most and he should receive the Mrs. Frank L. Warren left Wednesday every citizen of influence. Goto work and lieartly thank you 'or your remembrance for a visit to relatives in St. Louis. in our days ot dire calamity. work hard, nnd lets have the matter settled Miss Sal lie Browning, of Jacksonville, ALBERT SILVER, Seeetarj. Illinois, is visiting friends in this city. at once and forever. Mr. Henry C. Mitchell is very ill at the A German masquerade hop whb given nt A negro convict was taken to the depot Wednesday morning to be .sent up to work Sower's hall on Monday evening, which residence of Mr. N. i. McDauiel, in Belle Point. on the Kentucky Centra! Railroad, when he was a very pleasant affair indeed. Some is Mrs Sallie Clnxon. of Pleasnreville, lie would die fitly couples of our German citizens were resisted the guards, visiting the family of her brother, Mr. A. before would he go. He ih handcuffed, present and enjoyed themselves immensely. B. Norwood. but he fought and kicked so that it wn- - hard Masks were removed at eleven o'clock and Mr. Clay II. Hatchitt has been confined he at twelve an elegant supper was spread, of to the hou-- e for the past week by an to ilo anything willi him. inthesi-utllAfter sup- attack of measles. kicked one ol the guards in the stomach and which all partook sumptuously. his shoes per dancing began anil was kept up until 5 Gen. Green Clay Smith, of Louisville, was hurt him badly. After pulling oil' o'clock the next morning The music was in the city the first of the week shaking he was finally gotten on the train. furnished by Wolf A: Trost, of Lexington, hands with his old friends. The ense ol the Trustees ol the Frankfort and the supper by Messrs. Sower fc Abler, Miss Mary P. Lewis, of this county, rePublic School vs. Fayette Hewitt, Auditor, of this city. turned home Tuesday afternoon from n- two months' visit to relatives in Virginia. was decided in lavor of the plaintiffs in the Circuit Court Monday. This is the case in Little Mary Brown, infant (laughter of The Banquet. Dr. B. F. Duvall. who has been very ill which a mandamus is Bought against the The Members of the Legislature weie with pneumonia, is nearly well again. State Audi or to compel him to place to the entertained by Hon. Ira Julian, RepresentMiss Eva Giltner, of Jacksonville, Illinois, credit of the School Fund $175,000 which elegant style at and Misses Anabel and Lizzie Giltner, ol has been applied to the ordinary revenue. ative of this county, in Eminence, who have been visiting relatives It is a question in which all the Iricnds ot Buhr's Hotel Wednesday evening. The past week, left yesterday for attendance was very large and the supper in this citv the education are deeply interested, and the Lmineuce. case will be taken to the Court ol Appeals fit for a king. m Judge Alvin Duvall presided, and alter all Mr. James M Told received a telegram the quests had partaken liberally of the Monday morning from Gen. James A. good things set before them the following In this city, on Sunday, February 24th, to Mr. John V. Pnyno and wife, a daughter. Dawson, conveying the sail intelligence of toasts were given and responded to: . At. of the death of his brother-in-laThe Senate ol Kentucky past and presLittle Frank Hamilton. occurred in Denver, Col- ent. Responded toby Lieutenant Governor Renuick, which morning. The news was a Hindman in a very humorous manner. orado, Sunday "Though He slay mc, yet will I trust in Him." great shock to his Iriends in this city, (or no The largest part of our noble eelves the Job, 13:15. more noble, generous, or warm hearted boy House of Representatives. Response by Died. February 24th, 1884, of membranous croup, little Frank Hninilton, iuf.int sjri of Dr. ever left our city to seek his fortune in the Hon. Cromwell Adair, of Union. S. F. and Julia R. Smith, uged two years, four West. At the beginning of the late war he The mothers of Auld Lang Syne. Hon. months nnd ten dm Tins bright and lutiful littlu bud, on the cast his fortunes with the South and after Geo. V. Triplctt, of Daviess. Lord's day, was suJ li.nly plucked from earth, having passed through many hard faught The judiciary of Kentucky. Judge A. nnd transplanted to biuoiu amid thu flowers ot the p iradino ol' God. battles returned to his home and entered E. Richards, of the Superior Court, F. activity into the pursuits of civil life. The Kentucky of 1881. Col. J. Stoddard He was one of the corps of engineers Johnston. OF STAGB, WE 4 ED. which superintended the construction of the The luxury of political life. Hon. W. Short-Lintrom Lagrange to Railroad C. Owens, of Scott. Cincinnati, ntnl for a short time alter its Our common schools. Hon. A. R. 'TMtr. FIRM St. I.ouis, Mo.. February ai, 1634. F Sl'ACG, HU.MK fc CO.. X. doing huiiius in St Louis, Mo., and Frankfort, was a conductor on the road. Clarke, ot Pendleton. completion ,liy., i this day dijtcd by mutual consent. George Win T. itafj is charged with the liquidation of its When the silver fever was at its height he Citv Frankfort. Dr. Capital and is empowered to use the firm name, went to Leadille, Colorado, and commenced Bowman, of Lewis. (.KO T. SFAGG, W S. HU.MK, mining with Mr. Junius W. Jolinion, of The work just before us. .Hon. W. H. UDMUXU H. TAYLOR, JR. Geo. T. Stasand Kdmund H. Taylor, jr., will conGeorgetown, and others and was fortunate Ratclifle. of Harrison. tinue the bsiuos of taeir O F, C Carlisle, and J S. enough to "strike it rich," and tell out his of statesmanship. Tavlor distilleritfi from Frankfort Ky. Allruminuni-cation- s The true standard liraring hi the business of said distilleries interest for $83, 000. He then invested his Hon. J. C. Beckham, of Shelby. should bo addressed to E.H.TAYLOR, JR.. CO . money in real estate in Denver and has The flood sufferers and the subsiding Frankfort, ICy, since made that citv his home. The climnte waters. Hon. T. P. Carothers, of Newpoit. did not agree with hi'ii. however, and he The City of Louisville, the metiopolis ol was a constant sufferer from rheumatism. the State. Hon. Isaac Palmer Caldwell, His death was untimely, and fell with Our visiting guests. Col. John D. Widc-liffI ofTer this Spring a large stock of crushing force upon his young wife and a ot Bardstown. Trees circle ot relatives. Eastern Kentucky her resources and o GKAPE VIN'ES, prospects. Judge W. M. Beckuer, of Win- SMALL FRUITS, PLANTS, &C, &C. The The Corn Show. chester. stock of Strawberry 1'lants offered is one of The Purchase. Hon. W. J. Puckett, of the largest .south of the Ohio river. Prices The corn show of Col. John F. Davis, are low, as 1 employ no agents, but sell direct Commissioner of Agriculture, came oil' at Ballard. to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my All present enjoyed the evening very old hie office Thursday afternoon. The number pations. Nuisery and Strawbeiry Cataclone of the banquet could logues sent on application tc of exhibits were larger than ever before, much, and tit the would have H. F. HILLENMEYER, and the crowd in attendance very fair. the vote have been taken there feb Lexington, Ky. been no doubt ol the Capitol being comThe following gentlemen acted as judges: pleted. Judge W. S. Pryor, of Newcastle; Dr. C. J. Walton, of Munfordhville; Hon. Win. Advertised Letters. Berkele, of BryantsvifTe; Hon. D. L. Moore, Will be on hand again this season with a new Harrodsburg; Hon. W. D. Coleman, ParaFkanktokt, Ky . Feb. 2U, 18S4. dise; Hon. W. P. Taulbee, Ilnzcl.'jrecn; J. Berry, Charles Rolen. General Breddell, Louis L. Powell, Penyville; J. E. Hawkins, Beard, Samuel Bryant, Wm Bu ford, Lida Franklort. Church, Wm Cummins, Thomas Following are the awards: piIEY HAVE TWO LARGE STEAM Fenny, James Dayton, Jnines White corn. !i0 entries W. Jeff. Lw, Foster, J II X pumps which will enable them to get Furinon, Clara water in great quantities. Belmont, Ky first premium; Thos. Tidies Gibson, Capt Hart Glore, Surah One pump only is necessary at a time. If W Harvey. B T nor, Little Mount, Spencer county, second Hampton. John that one In akes the other can be put in immediHawes, August Hale, Wiley premium. ately. Johnson, Hannah Johnson, Bettie They can .safely promise that the .streets XVIlow corn, 0 entries Thos, Tichenor, Kepps, David McEwan, George II they spiiukle will not be dusty this year. Little Mount, Speiicercounty, Urn premium; Marley, Dan Morgan, J W They aie better prepared to ido the work Onan, Robert Thos. A. Davis, Spears, Ky., necond premi- Mo Lowe. Mr than anyone else who has ever owned the Peayiity, Rue Powell, J L sprinkler. um. Rame, Birt Quire, Lizzie Bread com, 4 entries W. II. Garner, RohertMiii, John Russell, Frank t Winchester, first premium; J. A. Hrooky, Rohards, Narcisus Smiley, Annie Brooky Station, second premium. Sullivan, John R Senioues, R C Smith, George (2) Pied or mixed corn, 2 entries A. F. Cis- - Sullivan. T L KY., A WANTED AT IIATTON, be sober.GOOD Smith, Mnugiu lie must For tell, Tayloisville, flist premium; J. A. Lo Smith, Julia A Simon, Mo-e- s J Sudiluth, W A further information, apply to J. A. Hell, or the gun, Shelbyville, second premium. Wi.ic, Cassiu Thomas, L C Editor of the KuumA!iuur. Hominy corn, 0 entries L. J. Cox, Woods, .Fumes Whall, J Wright, Lou Frankfort, first premium; Thos. Tichenor, Wood, J i Ex-eut- ed Please say advertised when calling for Spencer county, second preLittle Mount, these letters. J. G. Hatchitt, P. M. Office. mium. FRANKFORT it ROUNDABOUT, DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ! Editor SELLINGOUT. We herewith announce to our patrons and the public that the firm of . HARRIS& HERRMANN will dissolve as soon as our present stock is closed out. offer our entire stock of We therefore , . DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, MILLINERY, in fact everything in the three t Store-room- s ARCADE, t of our e AT AND BELOW COST ! 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. Respectfully, BORN. HARRIS & HEEEMAKET, One Price Arcade, Frankfoit, Ky. February 9, 18S4. 18S-1- , Ca-pt- h. G. ALSTROM (Successors to MOltKlS & AND IlK.VI.KRS & CO., - . i ALSTKOMJ never-fadin- g Merchant Tailorsr IN e GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS, The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect workmen emfits insured. None but first-clas- s ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. hui-tie- Blue Grass Nurseries. Fruit nnd Ornamental " --1 your. COAL NOTICE'! the-Coa- e, hu-g- l Business of prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, Railroad Bridge, to deliver Having bought out V. ai: J. Chinn, I will be my Coal Yard, near the -- at reasonable prices. ALL KINDS OF COAL 23-3t- . Hudson & Ferguson IMPROVED STYLE I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal 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. 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 VV. J. CHINN. stand. STREET SPRINKLER. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . 84 GRAND COMBiNATIOiN, '84 W g DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Frankfort WEEKLY One year for only Roundabout L AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- Attention Blacksmiths, DRY GOODS, HOOTIHS. CilOCKEflY $2 00. Two papers for little moro than the price of one, 4 GLASSWARE. Job Work Neatly $j no you will leceive for one year your home paper with the Couriiw-.- f ouriuil, the representative newspapei of the Smith, Democratic and fnr a Tatitr for Revenue only, and the Hy paying lis I cordially invito you to call nnd examine my Now and Froxh Stouk ot' Goods. FRANKFORT, KY A at this best, biiihtestand ablet family "Weolllv in the United States. 'J'lioie who desire to examine a kame MAIN STREET, can do so pie copy of the Courier- at this office. SepS.tf. Journal m , && iV MfffclTi mtw-- -' "v r 'mym,T'r 'p t '.' ' fTN '957" V &1 SS 'ft- - FBANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, MARCH 1, 1884. If you want a Worcestershire sauce by the pint or quart jowl call on C. W. Fined. at Bauta's. well-flavore- d, sugar-cure- d C. G-en'- l E. JAMES, Insurance Agent,! ut'i'osni: court r house, . C. CALL OIV E. COLLINS & BRO. IOK W- B' tL lira liiuiil city iilffii TO TRAVELERS. K Commencing Monday, October 16, the following time table will be in effect on the I.. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAIKS ROtlTlt. A house and 8 or 10 acres ol good bottom The Assembly Ball Club will give a calico hop at the Capital Hotwl Thursday evening tolmcco land for rent. Apply to C. W. Fincel. next, March 0th. Hardware $ Groceries. In connection we have a "" y 75 cans .). M. Banta will receive For Sai.i: on Rknt. The farm lately select oysters and 25 izallons bulk. Leave owned by Win. Arnold and O. B. Pols-grov- e I'irc Insurance Aiioclation on Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to City of London your orders for your Sunday dinners. !TlVIIFOJttrJr, K.Y. firstclass "V No. ; No. 17 No. at No. 19 C. & O 5:35 r. m 6:15 a. m. 2tj p.p.m.m. . . . . 4:10 TRAINS NORTH. Frankfort. Leave Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 p. m. 10:55 a. m. 5:15 p. M. 6:40 p. m. Leave Louisville. No. No. No. No. No. s:;3 i. m. 2:35 P.M. Lou. 5:00 p. m. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. M. 20 C. & O. . . . s' r- 3'oo p. m. 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 A. m. arr. Frankfort tt:os a. m. Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at tr.is noon, and 7:15, r. M. Train No. t connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 300 p. M. Nos. 23 and 2t connect at Anchoraee far Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:t5 a. m., and will carry returning Icavins Lexington at 7:15 pass ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Nos. 27 and sS arc Sunday intermediate points. trains only, K. P. HRYAN, Agent. n leaves 24 18 7:00 a. m. Frankfort. 10:27 M. Leave r.t., Lent began Wednewlny. Fon Rent. Walcut, A piano. Apply to Lizzie upon the by a Work lias Government been resumed buiMing. The city was attacke'd Wednesday man with a hand organ, Mr. James M. Willirow has nccepled a position behind the counter at the Capital Hotel. Fon Rbnt. A small house on Todd street, South Frankiort. Apply to Win Crailc. Miller, formerly of thi if improvcity, is in Flori la, and ing finely. Uev. Dr C. W. his-healt- h picture store has been opened in the on Main street, next door to W. S Dehonev's. A H ore-roo- m 'all at Berberioh's and examine the large he has jii-- t received. Htuck of spring and summer goods A new pavement has been laid at the north end of the St. Clair street liri.lit which is a very great improvement. Mr. Geo. L Payne has purchased ot Mis. J. H. Waterman the biiildiny occupied by Messrd. Prtyneaud Berry for 2, 000. upon the Southern Prpby-teria- n Church in South Frankfort is being pushed forward rapidly since the weather has moderated. The work The publication of the Item, the afternoon daily, which has been issued by Mr. 17. A. Evans for the pa&t month or six weeks, was suspended on Monday. Seven members of the finiily of Mr. ,)oaeph Kole, who livs near tiie Old Crow Distillery, on the Glenn's Creek pike, are down with the small-pox. , The firm of Stagg, Hume A: Co. has been dissolved, Mr. W. S Hume retiting .and Messrs. Geo. T. Stagg and E. 11. Taylor, jr., continuing the business. Moore, of the Stonnv Creek neighborhood, has sold his farm to .Mr. W. M. Smith for $1,500, and will remove to Navaro county, Tex.is in a few weeks. Mr. N Mr. Mike Buckley has the contiact for erection of tills Weil.u--l block of biddings on St. Clair street, and commenced to clear away the rubbish in the. burnt district. J. Marshall it Meagher. " cor"" "roadway ami Lewis, '. '. ". ". OcrmBnla .'. Yon will have no cross babies, no una1 Wantiu) to Rknt. A piano. Apply NcVorlcanuIa! Jl kcPl l,,C1 ''",eSt hra',(ls f AllderSOM happy oies, no wenk limbed ones, no NOrlcan,: . Oounty Liquors. aus ones if you will purchase one of those this ollice. baby jumpers at K Rogers'. Call at McClure's and get a pai of Terry's Scissors. Every pair guaranteed. Dr. Kbcn S. Cox, of this county, was one of the graduates from the Louisville Meili-icThe very best remedy that can be comCallegc Tuesday. He received the flrt pounded from our present knowledge of honor of his clas, a gold medal, lor gen- drugs, for colds, coughs, nsthma, bronchitis and other lung discuses, is Dr Wistar's eral proficiency. Balsam of Wild Cherry. It hns cured Dr. N. J. Sawyier and Messrs. W. S. inan costs of consumption when nil oilier No, 439 Main St,, Over Criitcher to Starts' While Hail Clothing House remedies hud faili'd. A single spoonful! Dehoney and S. C. Bull, were reappointed will cure an ordinary cough or cold nnd Commissioners of the Kentucky luiitution give instant relief to nstlitnn. It is soothfor the Education and Training of Feeble- ing, healing and strengthening to throat minded Children by the Governor on Tues- and lungs and is very pleasant to take. day. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Si:i: Oats. 700 bushels choice white seed While drawing a bucket of water from oats for sale by S. Martin, Slcdmantown. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of the hydrant in the baptistry of the Biptist Fou Ri:nt. Two otlice rooms on the Church one day last week Rev. Dr. J. M. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. Lewis was so unfortunate as to break one of lower home. Oct. 25-- tf. his ribs and has since been suffering gtent Buy a truss from Joe LeCoinpte. pain from it. fgjr First class board wanted by a quiet A full line of spring suitings just received gentleman and wlte, in a private fainily of at V. Berbenclt's, St. Clair street. refinement and where there are no boarders. best references. Address Measles have broken out to a considerable Location central, ''A," care of this otlice. extent in this city. A colored child with a well developed case, who-- c parents lesHe Many whose blood hud become poisoned near the Colored Methodist Church, created from various causes and whoe ill health by pimples, sore feelings, considerable excitement Monday, a- it vns was indicated aches, pains, urinary .edinients, catarrh and reported that the disease was small-poinflammation ol the mucous membrane, constipation, dyspepsin, bad dreams, The Lexington Chamber of Commerce on sleeplessness, etc , have been Tuesday night unanimously adopted a reso- restored to perlect health by using Dr. Guysotl's Yellow Dock and Sursnpurillu lution favoring the removal of the blood purifier and has been in lavor of the removal It is the only true sirongthencr of mind and body. So other ever since the beginning of the present remedy equal i'. century but some how or other the Capitol The people ot Fraukloit should patronhas not stated. ize the new wholesale and retail coal firm The regular meeting of Frankfort Castle of S. it J. H. Told, lor they have come to of the Knights of the Golden Rule will lie stay. Oflice at H. R. Williams' giocerv, held on Tuesday evening. March 4th, at TA South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can o'clock, at the office of the Secretary of always be found ready to wait on customers. . Stale. For Salu. A good second-han- d By order of Cn.vs. S. Gkkkx, Commander, boiler, 8 by 3lt. Apply to Ferguson A, J. Jr. I.uwis sW'ti. Meek. Buy a pair ol Terrs scissors from R. K. It. ). Grace lelt Tuesday The McClure it Bro. If tliev do not prove satismorning for Pittsburg for two more barges of coal. Messrs. S. & J. H. Told, her factory they will take them back and give owners, have come to stay and will continue you a new pair. m buiness in this citv. The ollice Louisville Cottage bread for sale by James Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. o the fir lit will be removed from St. Louis Heeny. to this city, and this will be their headquar A complete cure for that debilitating ters hereafter. drain that indicates a weakness of the Worcestershire sauce 25 cent-pquart urinary organs, naal catarrh and otner evidences of a diseased mucous membrane at J. M. Bantu's. may be loiuid in the use of Dr. Gnysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Don't be Mrs W. L. Collins gave an elegant fi'i.rlii.Mifil hv Mir iiilwt fiL'iiii'!its of ouack entertainment at her home, White Hall, in doctors. This remedy will purify the blood. MANG-AN- , this county, on Wednesday aflerniion, in strengthen t lie parts allecteii. heal nil irritahonor of MUses Atiabel and Lizzie Giltncr, tion of the mucous membrane, and remove . every sinptoni of the disorders. It is n Tortj3.east Ccr-aer- , ol Eminence, and Miss Eva Giltner, of sure cure tor nervous debility and general ill Illinois. Several ladies from this health. city were present and pronounced the evening Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done one of the most pleasant they ever experA Cflll. ienced. on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. The Republicans ol Franklin county will Jan. The spring advertisement ot Mr. H. F. meet in convention at Frankiort, on Mon-drllilleiiiuexer appeals in another column. March .Id, 1SS4, lor the purpose of By fulfilling all his contracts, promptly fur- nominating a candidate for sheriff. nishing nothing but the bet goods, and by By order of fair and honorable dealing, Mr. Hilleu-meyJ. C. J.VCKSOV, has built up quite a' trade in 'this Chairman County CommltUv. locality, which is constantly increasing. If you need fruit trees, grape vines, strawANNOUNCEMENT. berry plants send him your order. ' bow-legged London nnd Provincial '. ". '. '. ". '. 1 ". "& London. London. London. - A Z -- - -- V. T I I V 1 V 1 I IXJ m JL 1 in which "IV T M-i- ul CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. v S' ' U ' C HAM PION - x. Capitol-Lexingto- np-rig- et tow-hu.- il MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, er Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Capital SqL-u.are- Jack-sousvill- c, Clintcsi. Street, y t, J er Bli ilKUi ARE Madam Humor saysanotherof theteahers in the Public School will resign her position in a few months to take charge of the home of one of our young piofeesional gentlemen, ' Henry llanly, colored, who diivcs a drv ID. J. Parker, while handling a loaded shot gun Sunday, was so unfortunWorcestershire sauce by the quart or ate as to have it explode in his liamN, the pint at J. M. Bantu's. load taking effect in his right forearm and In passing over to the South Side it is very face. hard indeed to resist the temptation to step Mr. John E, Miles, of this city, attended into the establishment of Messrs. Howird the reunion of the Mexican vetrans at Bros., so tempting is their display of fruits Cyuthiana on the J3d of February. He was ami candies at their door. These young tho only vetrans I10111 this county in atten- men are practical confectioners and under dance. He was accompanied by liis daugh- stand their business thoroughly, and it will be hard to find a man who knows more ters, Misses Elliie and Alma. about getting up good tilings to eat than Mr. C. Shubinski will remove his they do. Their counters and shelves are cigar store and pool room from the corner constantly filled with the most dclicrbus of St. Clair and Main streets to the room caramels, French candies, taffy, and other formerly occupied by Grillin Bios,, in the confections, and they keep constantly on Mansion House block Tho room vacated hand a large stock of the nicest and freshby him will be occupied as a drug store in a est fruits, such as orangKs, bananas, apples, ifco. short time. Drop in and see them as you pass by . for Mr. to-da- VOW CITY MAUSUAL. meeting of the Franklin Wo nro authorized to announce M. II. P. County Bible Society was held at the PresbyWILLIAMS, JU., as a enndlduto for City terian Church on Sunday night. The old Marshal. Subject to tho action of tho for another year and ollicers were party. addresses weredeliveied by Rev. Dr. Morris FOKSIIEHIPF. Evans and Rev. Dr. G. S. Savage. A collection amounting to $50.10 was taken I hereby announce myself a candidate, for io- up, which was swellod on Monday to some- election to tho oflice of Sheriff of Funnklln county, subject to the action of tho Doiuocratic thing over $100 The annual Demo-emti- o STILL BOOMIKQ I PLACE TO BUT! THEIR HOUSE IS THE i i party. W. L. COLLINS. Wo m authorized to utmounco JOHN V. (JAINIIS u candidate for Sheriff of Pr.uiUlIn county, subject to the will of tbo Democratic THEY HAVE ON HAND A LAR8E 1 party. FOIt CONSTAULK. Wo nra authorized to unnounno L. L. COX ax to tho office of a onndidute for subject to tho action of the Democratic-party- . con-atabl- STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Overshoes, &c, which they will sell at bargains. ! y Farm for Sale. OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY farm of 84 acres, three and a quailcr mile-- , east of Frankfort, adjoining Jones' Station, on the Versailles pike. Address, JOHN A. SIDENER, Dec. Frankfort, Ky, IP YOU WANT A I STYLISH HAT Go to see them. They make a ! Ev SPECIALTY OF HATS. E I ,u8iiiji'iijiji)iiiiriiji R3W FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. week. Belle Point. Mrs. S. V. Pence visited Louisville this FREiii RAILROAD FARE TO FOB. SALE. now-occupie- Chesapeake and Ohio Rdlwuy, ' 1XW&m& Harvielrtnd. Mr II. U Smith, of tliis plnce, is ncliool in South Kratikfort. nttend-ini- r Mr. Iiih .1. H. friL'iiil.-- t in tlii Fi'iir. of Scott, wns visiting vicinity hut week. Hovs, kcoj your linots liliickeil, for tiiis liuro to in lwi'p year ainl tho f.'ir1s will lie call on you. of Mr. Dr. Alex Bailey lms juirrln-c.7. L Green well lii lion 't, lot, (.tortMooin ami lilncksniilh wtiop for $700 cn-l- i. ! .Iiipjjit Uilton lm roturiinl limne ms'u to lier l.illier. Mr. niter a protrw.t Mr.--;. 'm-y- . now. Gold Wc art; clatl toaiinomicu oar friend, Mr Tho Sunday-schocontinues to grow in Mich. LeCotnpte. ma candidate for fionein-hlOR r. interest; we have an average attendance of who, if elected, will make a good sixty. of the Mr Willie Scott, who Mr. Henry Mitchell is very sick at Mr. throii-.-d for deputy .ieriH', X. I. McDauicl's, with very little hopes of thif place Sat nidav on hi.-- return to rank-torhis i ceo very. Lnrgc Slock of nil Kinds of Jewelry looking n pleiiMiij; as over. purchased three The Champion Saw-miA.NO Mr. .1 .1. Smith wis at hit office Saturthousand logs mi the recent tide and began which made his sawing Monday. day ami received two were countenance hrinhteii. Mr. Fiank Lorey.thecliaiiipion hogshead fane-- t helle. from noine ol Iluplin-villi-- 's mniiiif.icttircr, has moved into part of K. L. DallonV liorn.. wetit (liiiisleiuf's house, Front street. One of Mr. mad. hit one of hi, little L'irl- -, ami attacked Mr. J no. S. Davis, the pntentee anil sole nnotlier, kiiocUinj! her down with his knees. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Kepaiiing died nianulacttirer of the J. S Davis Patent It also hit ceveral cows and ."ion after Lever Baling Presses, has moved his family in all metal, wood or stone. Above term It is f.iippoed that lie was lutteii hv a mad Leestown. don, as a do: of strange appearance passed to void after this month. through this place. Chns L. McKee, our clever young grocer, Hoi it ok Us. was confined to his room a few days this OTIS W. SNYDER, He is able week with a severe sore throat. Point Pleasant. Manufacturing .Towelcr. to be out again. Fannie Freese is doing an immense .V. Vpjxr Stmt. The Lexiwjtim, A'. Still they move. business now. She carried out over one Mr. Fi 'd Smith ha moved to Paris. hundred hhds. ot tobacco last trip and came ! Mr. 1. .1. Shimon visited Mrs. James back with a largo lot of freight. Our shipTlmr-diipers are determined to see Capt. Pence Mrs. Ar- succeed. R. .1. Shannosi nnd wife Moore, ami ni-.- Mix. J. M. WuUeileld. There are four desirable house for rent over here. Mr. Frank Allison hns returned from an ANYONK extended visit to Richmond. Mr Wm. II. Lewis and family visited f relatives in Lexington this week. Mr. Thomas Deakin, ol Sweet Home, I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT visited his parents here this week. The weekly singing met at Mr Fisher's, at and RETURN. the Lock, Thursday evening last. Mrs. Lucy Connor, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Gen. Pence mid wile. Mi.--s America Netherion hns returned to her home at Long Run, Shelby county. Mr. Wm. French, jr., has been employed IX OASIS, as shipping clerk at Champion Gen. .Lis. P. Pence has been o,nile sick for a week or more. He is improving slowly LEXINGTON I1UILOING AND LOT ON ST. ns X Clair street RETURN. "piIE Payne & Uerry. Price an Insurance by $2,ooo. Office KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR Address, Jan. 261111. BUYING .r. II. WATERMAN, Hamilton, Mo. 8S:c. WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. TUB J HEW YORK. $10 OR MORE Waichss, Fine Clocks, Sngraving, ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR unr m 3.25 Solid SAMUEL hAYERS, FORMK.KLY OF triple plats DANVILLE, KF.NTUCKY , A SOLID TRAIN I'UOM WATCH IttAKKR, Successor to B. F Meek, Slain Street, Frankfort, Ky., eontluiies the watcli repairing business at the did stand. Ih promptness mid oiroful work he hopes to merit tho p.itronitgo of those who deslru to have their watohos repaired without damage being donn them. Surveyors' com-pasrepaired and other Instrument requiring delicate and accurate adjustment. Table Knives LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. saw-mil- l. PER DOZEN, Spectacles cs WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEALNS TOR e, ol oili-co- candi-tln'.e- .- EYE GLASSES, $3,50. pa.-f-e- In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in i.Npressiug my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ayrci. nnd from my long acquaintance with him as workman, do not hesitate to commend him a every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 13. NEW YORK. TIIK DIRECT KOUTE TO t, F. MEEK. Pept.30-t- f Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk, AND ll ALL SILVERWARE, MACHINE Mm WORKS, m For tickets end futthcr iiiforimition njiply to your neariHt titkct-Qfliror address Jftmta C. Kinst, (lenernl Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. l'ass. Agt., u, .In-pe- r. Watches and Diamonds. JONES BROS., Proprietors. atacturcrsof all kinds of New Wort, lot Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Richmond. Virginia. STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. SEW PLANING MILL. Ho-s-e- ll y. TRUSSES WIM. IlltV YOir Genuine Stamped North Side, Frankfort, Ky. JBSyC'on tracts for Xew Work innr.y pat of the State. One door west of corner Ann ami Hroadway streets April J.M. WAKEFIELD Having roocntly added to his Establishment First-Clas- 16- -t vi.-it- rd V nold .Sunday evet.inj;. Mr. E. L Lee, of ttnM ing Mr. Brewer to move. Knob, was help- Flag Fork. This has been the dullest, most ill week we have had this winter. unevetn-- f Mrs. It. J. Shannon vMted Mrs. Sally and Mis. Lizzie Stivers Friday. Mr. J. U Ilarroil. of Shelby, pad the Point a flying visit Tlnn.-daMr. O L Rogers, of Scraohle, visited the Point Inn TiU'mI'.iv and Wediie.-d.iMr. Johnny Rogers, of Bald Knob, visited the Point Satuiday and Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Doctor Arnold, of Belle Point, visited Mr. Eli McDaniel Sunday. y. y. 3.00 W.T. B IIUIUAIN this snmiui " I. B. SEELEY, s FJnuing Mill, in 0K OP Is 3 now prepnrcd to furnish all kinda of Has just recolvod his fall and winter stock of WARRANTED We would say to Tola and Taffy that we are not the least alarmed about Gumbo Acuta. Ir. and Mrs. Henry Rogers visited the Point S'ltutday and Sunday, the guests of It. .1. Shimon and wife. he is no longer a candiate K. L. Lee .a for the office of constable in Bald Knob, there in only 48 candidates. Miles, of Consolation, Shelbv Mr. Wil.-o-u county, visited the Point Tuesday and Wednesday, the gue-- t of Hawk Eye. Mrs. Arnold hns rented her farm to Mr. Henry Sp.'ilding, who has moved in and Mrs. Arnold ha- - inovid to Pari-- . wife, of Flat Creel;, Mr. Geo. Brewer at the Point, spent the night of Tue-da- y tin ShtHiwille neighborhood, where Mr. Brewer has tented a farm. sold at th 9th Mr. Tandy t Saturday 1.1 n!reet tobacco Wurclnni-- e Iitii'r.licad of tobacco at SI) .'50 $1.1 ".", $K o en-rou-Qiii.-enhu- tg lf la-- 10, $21, $10 'J.V Last Friday some dogs got amongst Mrs. Sally .Stiver.' nheep, but hefore tliev had time to kill any L'a-- h was on hand with gun in hand and killed one of them, hut the other escaped. Cunh is a dead shot when lie ids a lair chance. A neighbor called on Mr. Retibin Ilnrrod the other day to help him to ptize tobacco, bat Rube said that he was eo tore that he could uoi help. "Why are you so nore?" was arked. "Well you see that I caught a the other night and,dre-sc- d it and and I went out ate it lor dinner me for a hint night and the dogs and rati me nearly to death." Col. Dave Moore went to Louisville a few dityB ago in company with at.otiier geutle-uiii- ti and went to the Farmers' Ilou'-- Hotel and called tor lodging The landlord said he could take caie of the small man hut he did not know about the Colonel, when the the Colonel spoke upand said he would put up with any kind of fare. The landlord told them to be seated and then went out and bought some goods boxes and placed them under the bed where the Col. slept to keep him from breaking it down. The storm Inst week did some damage in this neighborhood to fencing and timber. It also blew down the barn of Mr. Geo. Sl.nckleford hut did not injure Mr. S. otherwise. The barn of Mr. James Rossell was iilo blown down, in which were hitched at the time Mrs. Arnold's and Mr. Smith's horses. Mr Smith's home 'broke loose and escaped, but the bridle of Mrs. Aruold'h horse being too strong for him to brake, he was caught under the falling plate and knocked down, hilt as one end of the plate Jell on a pile of poles the horse escaped with little injury. 7.'. po-so- $11 .')0, mid si 0, sis, sir. 50, si;: 5j, $17, siu Madam Rumor says there will be two or three weddings in our community soon. C. L. Quire spent several dajs at North Pleasureville, Henry county, last week. Ed. Pnyton, of North Pleasureville, Henry county, is visiting his mother at this place. The ball given by Mr. Davis at the residence of Mrs. Payton, Febuary 2fth, was a perfect success. We had a show here last Saturday night. I .yva-- not there, but learn that it did not amount to much. J. T. Itiner purchased of Edmund Baily a house and blacksmith shop at this place for five hundred follars William Wndkins and familv, of Pleas-nn- t View, spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother, John Wadkins. B. K Slattery has purohnsed the stock of goods belonging to Judge C. V. Baily and will continue business at the old stand. Mr Henry Morris and Miss Lucinda Hnrrod were married at the residence ot bride's father, "Fox Bill" Harrod, Wednes day, Febuary 20th, ISrf4. Mr. James P. Hulett closed his school at Pleasant View la- -t Friday with a large crowd in attendance, alter which C. L Quire delivered an appropriate nddits. on the subject of a common school eilncition, for Mr. W. E. Thompson, candidal. with Los. Collins, wn Deputy .Sheriff", around shaking hands with his friends last Mr. T. has many warm friends in week. old Bald Knob precinct. Three cheers tor Collins and Thompson. Mr. Thow. Harp, an old bachelor of this vicinity, says he would marry it it did not cost so much to begin housekeeping. He has ventured to commence housekeeping hv buying ten pounds of salt to start with, and too pounds ot sugar and one iron spoon. Look out, girls, Tcm is on the W XT Fig. i M Dov pnnnic NOTIONS. Call and see him STAPLE AND FANCY ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Tumin Gotten out in tho Heat Stylo. May ir, tf. S. I'. Smith, M. D. Trade Hark. Eogistored. &C. old ti. A. 1). Known, M. D Ko.SA. ft at Swigort's Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians 5T 1 Ollice and rciMdince stand! Ho. 8. Ho. 4. Uo.SConcY. Ho.l. St. Qhir Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. C. 11. C Made in Evary Form. LIGHT, COOL, CLEAN. HINN. M. D. JAS. FLY. M. 1). Church, $ Surgeons, .A. IV K FORT, I Y . next Ituptist S. Cl.ih street. door to the WILL NOT BREAK OB BUST. Every onn sent out warranted. Tla-- aro indorsed by Drs. Gross and Agnew, of PhiladelCoino and seo thorn. phia. They are the No churgu to glmw. For mlu by . DRS. Office ELY & CHINN, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Old Crittenden Property, and iKldsnce, Corner Main and Washington. Offioo The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and tlie North, East ami West via Cincinnati. Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M , 7 to JOS. LeCOMPTE, South Frankfort. 8 P.M. MNiTARIUM. Nose, Throat, Luuns, REGULAR KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, Tthwlde, Cal. The dry rtlmntn enrs. lull tden, US p., routu, cost, Ireo. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TAULE IN EFFECT SUXDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. " 1'alniui.th " (Jyntlii.ina Arr i'arix. . . Lvc.l'.iris Arr I.exiiiHton I.vc. No. 8 00 . t&gs&xt MARRIA8EPf know. Cloth nnd Built blodia. 60 cta.imiierliJf.M.Ji-- j 28. 1883. FdtafeB?L& if"Z5rSxfr?'Z?&rf5?lXi 93. Irrl.- - WHiniERASkfr.'SPi Oonultathii and l'miiii'ilft frw, to Afuniaire. No.' 4. in nt in in No. 18 FANNIE FREESE! Is still making her regular trips from Frankfort She leaves Frankfort every Wednesday morning and Saturday evening, and rated are as cheap as any other transportation. Tho Fannie Freese bolongs to Fmnkfortiinil to Capt. S. V. 1'enco, and why not patronizo her? Special rate-- ! on nil freight going south or west" ami through bills of Indini: given. to Lnuisvillo. Trmm.Ki EfflSEi HARRIS9 Cointon . . "ttSfiSta warpath. Prod. S. V. Penos, A'jcul, ui BEN FREEMAN, A. B. WILLIAMS, to iuly 14 ay ye.-terd- nil-too-k Pleasant View. Mr. Jimies P. po.-so- m e his home near Tioga. The boys and girls nrs having a fine time. TIipv have a dance once or twice a week and seem to enjoy themselves immen.-cly. Iltilett hns returned tf. Choice ALL KINDS Coal DOUI5L1C Cheap. SCKEKNED A young man in this vicinity was introfamily use. Prompt Delivery, Tull duced to u young lady a law dayw ago and started to accompany her home, but had Weight, Uottoin Trices. not one far before he (dipped and fell in Tdeplione connection No. 30. the mud and before lie could get straightened up the young lady alsojlost her footing and came down with a splash, and the two went roiling over in the mud ami water FRANKFORT, KY together. Rather a rough experience for Dec. crcauio cj!.mihol1i'. fay, lnl Euoittnu o .aro dMtaii's, tanin? eMIlnil '.. l;las, rcrali W from yiuih'ul li.rtl.cr tloiu, l.o frco iBduUvn:?, tml over brain vicrk. Pj Lot tcinjpurUoMiiuj ss:n cucrilislark lit joursyt-- . AtuM bdnrr ImnoiCl en iy prucntluui clilmi ol tlusa cer rtiocllciour for clrcu A Radical Curo frea trvuMes. Ott i nnj FOB lix nnl trial ram Inijrtant fic: bcfuni taUIng treatment cltbore. XUc a nocily that hu curci tlioiis.inli. ruiS dot'J lint In tcr.'cro Uli attcntlou to bail 1MP0TEKCY. ncss cr causo pa!u or lnccu. Fouuiltil en ecl cnlcace. m'tll-a- l irlu)pTcs JK3"rested for over O cntllio in faor ami npuin. lroIne uoo In thou Hon, Direct nprllcation to Uio yoara D7 icatofultao makes in H'e sands of CUSSB. finolDllMI'I.OOH.llWllH'JU" ttUy. T!ioriaiur..lfuoo. tltna of tho huiujn orru iim nro rotort'l. Th ar.lmatlnit tl8JK3t4 rf lllo vhlcli hao tx.en TSIAL vnttixl am altin Ijaci. PACKAGE. becou u Tho I ntlenl ohorriul anl alai ttniigtU rapidly. erwn ".nRFSR ChemUU. HABH33 REMEDY CO., MTg Mo. 300)5 XortU 10th St., St. Louis, REATMENT, $3 J 2 M0NTH3,$5 5 8 MONTHS. $7, UNE MotnH'3 PROF. jtrnvoffiDniaui; ...... . . . . . . , . . . . . . J Lve, l'.irix I.vc. MilleiMljurx . . I.c Carlisle in . Arr. Mnjhvillc. . SjoJ " 7 . ". Lve I'.iris. 11.25 a ml 6'.20 p Winchester . 12.50 p Ml S 00 p in Kichmoiid., . . 2.15 p m 9.10 p :n 12.43 V . , 3.3 ! m, ..2U p Arr Stanford J unci, 4 00 p Soo p 111 111 111 111 111 a m 3 (X) p 9.35 a m 4.35 p 10.40 a 111 5. ,,8 p m O.so p 11.20 a m 6,20 p 12 05 p in 7.10 ) 6.20 ) ' 6.40 p 7 co p l.5a n 111 TRAINS NORTH. SI AT IONS. Lve No . . . . No. 11, 00 11 2 1 3. 111 No 17 Stanford Junct, Lancaster Richmond S . . . . . 1. tea i inclicsier Arr Paris Lve. M.tysvillc . " Carlisle. . . " Alillcrsburg . . . . , . Arr l'.iris. . . . . Arr til'arls. . . . . . Lve. l'aris. " Cyiithinna,. " Falnioutli. . Arr. Covimgton . . . . , 6,00 a 7 20 a 8.13 a 6.00 a 7.30 a in 2.u3 j 2 29 p 11, 7.50 a a 3.10 p in 7.20 a 3,1; p 8. is a ui 3.io p in 8 15 a 3.10 p 3.48 p in 8.50 a a in 4 55 P I" 955 JI.30 a mi 6.30 p in 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 a 1.15 p m a in 2,10 p in m 12. 4j p in 6.00 p m j 25 p in m I 3,10 p r.i in 12.40 p in GEO. B. MACIILIIT, an introduction. Hawk Eve. Mr. James P. Hulett's school closed last Friday. There was such u large crowd present that the church had to be made mho of for the cloning cxereincs, which consisted ol declamations and songs by the scholars and an appropriate address by C. L. Quire, Esq., upon education. At the close Mr. Iltilett made a short speech, taking leave ot his scholars and patrons, which was very affecting. Black Hawk KDNN PATENTS & CO., No. 25 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. in., arrives Mays-vill- e 9'ou 11. nit No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.75 p. ni., arrives Maysvillc 8.30 p. 111. No. 27 leaves Maysvillc 6 nt a. 111,, arrives Lexington 9 to a. 111. No. 28 leaves Maysvillc 12.40 p, m arrives Lexington 4 go p. m, No. f) leaves Covington 5 20 p. in., arrives Falmouth 7.20 p 111, No, slenves Falnioutli C15 a. in., arrives Covington 8, 10 a. in. Nos. 3 and 4 run ijnily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday, of tho BriK.vririo AMEntCAN, i'litonts, Civeuto. Trudo Marks, C(ipyrluhti), for tliu United BtuU-s-, Clinudn, KiiKland, ( ruuco, Oonnaiiy, etc. liana Hook about I'niuntH Bent froo. Tlilrty-Hovo- n years' experience. I'atentsobtalncUthrouirhMUNN&CO.Hronotteed to tho Scientific Amuucan. tho Inrucst, liot, and most widely circulated ncleritltle p:ier. f3.jUnycar. Weekly. Splendid cnKravlrrn ami IntcrcNtlnK Specimen copy of tho Hclnulflo A iner-e-n ii sunt froo. Addrons M UNN A CO.. Hci ENTIIIO Amebican Offloo, 201 Broodwuy, Now York. Six'cinl Ilut i'H to For tickets, rnlci, connections, etc,, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CIIAS. L. ItKOW'N, Gen'l. I'afcs. and Freight Agent. G. W. I1ENDKR, Supt. time-card.- - JROPRIETORS. PITTSBUnQH.PA. J mi U-- ly Covington, Ky. f lPifttpWi mmniM- - tmrmwmmikvmu m- - r t I v - a ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, week. Belle Point. Mrs. S. V. Pence visited Louisville this FUEnl RAILROAD FARE TO X FOR SALE. & Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, Harvieland. Mr H. B Smith, of this jilnce, is atteiul-inschool in South Frankfort. Mr. J. R. of Scott, was visiting his friumis in thi- vicinity last week. Hoys, keen your boots hlncki'tl, for this is leap year ami the jrirls will lie shtiru to call on you. Dr. Alex Bailey lias ptirHiaetl of Mr. .1. j Green well his Iioiih-- , lot, storeioom and liincksmitli shop for $700 wfh. Mrs. .laspcr l.iltnn has roliirncil home isitto lier hither. Mr. niter a prottiii't Mis. J. M. WakcllfM. Moore, ami We arc clad to announce our friend, Mr Mich. LeCompte, in a candidate for oonsia-lilwho, if elected, will make a good otli ccr. Mr Willie Scott, who i one of the candiheiiH', pased through dates for deputy this place .Sit nid.iv on hi.-- return to Franku si-t- There arc four desirable house for rent over here. Mr. Frank Alli-o- n linn returned from an ANYONE extended t to KicIiiiimiiiI. Mr Win. II Lewis and family visited relatives in Lexington this week. Mr Thomas Deakiii", of Sweet Home, I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT visited his parents here this week. The weekly singing melat Mr Fisher's, at and RETURN. the Lock, linrsday evening last. Mr. Lucy Connor, of Louisville, is visit ing her parents, Gen. Pence and wile. Mi-America Xetherton has returned to her home at Long Run, Shelby county. Mr. Win. French, jr., has been employed IN OASIS, as shipping clerk at Champion Gen. Jas. P. Pence hns been piiie sick for a week or more. He is improving slowly vis-i- rpiIE 11UILDING AND LOT ON ST. Clair street as LEXINGTON! RETURN. Office ly Payne nowoccupied ice nn Insurance Perry. Pi $2,000. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST BUYING Jan. Address, .F. U. 26-- 1 I'UR 1. in. WATKHMAN, Hamilton, Mo. Enframing, &e. ONLY LINE 1 DEW YORK. ( $10 OR MORE! Waichss, Pino Clocks, w3 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR RUNNING SI .i'I Mi I m SAMUEL AYERS, FORM!'.KI.Y 0 Or DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, A SOLID TRAIN I II WATCH MAKEK, Successor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continue the watch repairing business at the old xtand. 1) promptness and caroful work he hopes to merit tho patronage of thoso who deiru to have their vntc!io. repaired without ln m 110 liflnjj donn them. Surveyor' com-pitirepaired and other Instrument requiring dclicato and accurate adjustment. ei DM Table Knives OK IjOTJISVILLE, Cincinnati, . and TO Lexington, Ky. saw-mil- l, 3.25 PER DOZEN, WASHINGTON CITY, now. ol Solid Gold Spectacles The Sunday-schocontinues to grow in interest; we have an average attendance of sixty. Mr. Henry Mitchell is very sick at Mr. X. I. McDanicl's, with very little hopes of his locovery. us cut. fort, lookitiii ii plia-iti- jr purchased three The Champion Saw-miMr. .1 .!..Smith wis at his office Silnr- - thousand logs on the recent tide and began which made his sawing Monday. day and received two U'e.u;po-eth- e were countenance Mr. Fiauk Lorey, thechamnion hoi'shent1 from some of llardiicville's taiie-'- t helle. niunul'.M'liiier, has moved into part of K. L. D.ilton'n hoists went Grinstetnl's house, Front street. One of Mr. tnad, liit one of Itis lutle L'irK and attacked Mr. Jno. S. Davis, the patentee and sole another, knocking her down with hi" knees. soon after died inunulueiurer of the J. S D.tvis Patent It nNo hit several cows and has moved his family It is 'apposed that he was bitten bv a mad Lever Baling of strange appearance paied to Leestown. doi, as a do through this place. Clins L. McKee, our clever young grocer, Bout or Us. was confined to his loom n few days tli with a severe sore throat. He is able Point Pleasant. to be out again. The Fannie Freese is doing an immense Still they move. business now. She carried out over one Mr. I'm! Smith has moved to Paris. hundred lilnN. of tobacco last trip and came isited Mrs. James back with a large lot of freight. Oar shipMvs. . .1. Shanon Howell Tiurdny. pers are detei mined to see ('apt. Pence wife Mrs. Ar- succeed. R. J. Shannon ami nold Sunday evei.inff. Flag Fork. Mr. E. L Lee, of Ba'd Knob, was helping Mr. Brewer to move. ThN hns been the dullest, most uuevetn-iii- l Mrs. R. J. Shannon visited Mrs. Sally week we have hud this winter. and Mi.--a Lizzie Stiver- - Friday. Madam Rumor says there will be two or Mr. J. U Ilnrrod. of Shelby, pad the three weddings in our community soon. Point a flyini: viit Thui.-dn0, L. Quire spent several days nt North Mr. 0 L Rogers, of Seranble, visited the Pleasureville, Henry county, last week. Point las-- Tuenlay nnd Wednesday. Ed. Payton, of Xorth Pleasureville.IIenry d Mr. Johnny Rogers, of Bald Knob, county, is visiting his mother at this place. the Point Satuidavand Sunday. The ball given by Mr. Davis at the resMr. and Mrs. Doctor Arnold, of Belle idence of Mis. Payton, Febtmry 2.")th, was Point, visited Mr Eli McDnniel Suiulay. a perfect success. We would say to Tolu and Taffy that we We had a show here lat Saturday night. are not the lea?t alarmed about Gumbo I .was not there, but learn that it did not A cum. amount to much. Mr. and Mrs. ITenry Rojiera visited the J. T. Iliner purchnaed of Edmund Baily and Sunday, the guests of Point a house and blacksmith shop at this place J Shanon and wife. It. for five hundred dollars K. L. Lee sa s he is no longer a candiate William Wndkins and family, of Plens-an- t for the otliee of constable in Bnld Knob, View, spent Saturday and Sunday with ho there is only 48 candidates. his brother, John Wad kind. Mr. Wilson Miles, of Convolution, Shelbv B. K Slattery hns purchased the stock county, visited the Point Tucdav and of goods belonging to Jnde C. V. Baily gue-- t of Hawk Eye. the ami will continue business at the old stand. Mrs. Arnold hns rented her farm to Mr. Mr Henry Morris and Mis Lucindn Henry Spithliiif.', who has moved in and Harrod were married at the residence ol Mr. Arnold ha movid to Paris. biide's father, "Fox Bill" Harrod, Wcdnes. wile, of Flat Creek, day, FehuarySOth, I8rf4. Mr. Geo. 15rewer at the Point, spent the night of Tue-da- y Mr. Jame P. Hulett closed his school loi Shelbwille neighborhood, where at Pleacant View la- -t Friday with a large Mr. Brewer has rented a farm. crowd in attendance, alter which C. L sold at th" 9th Quire delivered an appropriate addies- - on Mr. Tandy of a couiinon school etlnc.ition. t Satiinlay .'I the s'reet tobacco Waiehou-- e of tobacco at $l;" .'!D $10 7.",'$1K Mr. W, E. Thompson, candidate for 1(5, SSJI. $1(5. :?!, $11', :')0, $l; Jo, HJ 17, Deputy . Sheriff1, with Lcs. Collin-- , 7.'), $11 50, iind$10ii. hit- friends last shaking liand-wit- h Last Friday home dogs got amongst Mrs. week. Mr. T. has many warm friends in Sully Stivem' sheep, hut before tliev hail old Bnld Knob precinct. Three cheer.s for time to kill any Ca-- h was on haml with Collins and Thompson. gun in hand and killed one of them, but the Mr. Tho. Harp, an old bachelor of this Ciinh is a dead sdiot when lie other vicinity, says he would marry it it did not fxt.ii chance. ets a cost so much to begin housekeeping. A neighbor called on Mr. Reubin Ilnrrod He has ventured to commence housethe other day to help him to prize tobacco, keeping by buying ten pounds of salt to Inn Rube s.iid thai he was so tore that he start with, and too pounds ol sugar nnd one could not help. "Why nre you eo sore?" was iron spoon. Look out, girls, Tern is on the "Well you see that I caught u war path. it and Pkod. posoni the other night nndlre-ie- d ate ii for dinner yeiierdny and I went out hint night and the dogs mistook me Corn Pleasant View. and ran me nearly to death." Mr. James P. Hulett has returned to Col. Dave Moore went to Louisville n few days ago in company with another gentle- his home near Tioga. man and went to the Farmero' Uou-- Hotel The hoys and girls ars having n fine and called for lodging The landlord said They hnve a dance once or twice a weektime. and he could take care of the small man but he seem to enjoy themselves immensely. did uoi know about the Colonel, when the the Colonel spoke upand said he would put A young man in this vicinity was introup with any kind of Lire. The landlord duced to a young lady a few days ago and told them to be seated and then went out started to accompany her home, but had nn.1 bought some goods boxes nnd placed not gone far before he slipped and fell in them under the bed where the Col. (slept to the mud nnd befotc he could get straightenkeep liiin from breaking it down ed up the young lady her footing The sturtn Inst week did some dninngeiu and came down with a splash, and the two ihis neighborhood to fencing nnd timber. went roiling over in (lie until and water It also blew down the barn of Mr. Geo. together. Rather a rough experience for Sl.nokleford hut did not injure Mr. S. other- an introduction. wise. The barn of Mr. James Ro'sell wns Mr. James P. Htilett's school closed Inst nlno blown down, in which were hitched at Friday. There was such a large crowd the time Mrs. Arnold's and Mr. Smith's present that the church had to be mndctse Mr Smith's horse'broke loose nnd of for the closing exercises, which conhorses. escaped, hut the bridle of Mrs. Arnold's sisted of declamations and songs by the hoise being too strong tor him to brake, he scholars and an appropriate address by C. was caught under the fulling plate and L. Quire, Esq., upon education. At the knocked down, hut us one end of the plate close Mr. Hulett made a short speech, tell on a pile of poles the horse escaped with taking leave of his scholars and patrons, little injury. which was very affecting. Hawk Eye. Black Hawk, f, ll EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Stock of all Kinds of Jewelry In retiring from business in pleasure in t.prisshi my entire confidence in Mr. S. Ay re- -, ami from my long acquaintance with him a a workman, do not hesitate to commend hi in n ovcry way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 13. F. MEEK. Pept.:50-t- f CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST THAI AS TOR Frankfort I take 2TEW YORK. TIIK DIRECT ROUTE TO AND ALL Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND hri'-'htrti. SILVERWARE, Watches and Diamonds. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Kepaiiing in all metal, wood or :tone. Above tenns void after this month. OTIS W. SNYDER, Manufacturing .Toweler. .V. PRA JN K FORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alacturcMof all kinds of New WorJ. lor .la-pe- r. your For ticket nnd fuithcr informtition apply to neariat or uddrcss James 0. Hrnt,Uenernl Wtstcni Agent, Louisville, Ky. tickot-qfflio, Pre.-se- s, C.W.SMITH. General Manager, II. W. FULLER, Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS Gen. Pass. Agt., Kiciimo.no, Virginia. GAUGES, OF ALL KINDS, &C. SEW PLANOU MILL. pan Vp)tr Strett. LcrimjUm, Ki. TR USSE'S 11 J6fiyC'oti tracts for New Work iiuir.y of tliu State. and Hroadway One ! North door west of corner Ann Side, l'rankfort, Ky. April streets t6-- J.M. WAKEFIELD Having roocntly added to his EstnUislnuent First-Cla- ss t vi.-it- cd ILL lil'V VOI' 3.00 0K OP W. T. RUNYAN Has just received his fall anil winter stock of Tinning Mill, to furnish nil kinds of Is now prepared Genuine Stamped " I. B. SEELEY, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO WARRANTED, STAPLE AND FANCY y. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin t vis-itr- kJ0 Trade Mark. Fig. u M DRY GOO NOTIONS, Call and see him Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. May 15 tf. S. F. Smith, AI. D. C. A. Ko.3A. Made in Evary Form, LIGHT, COOL, $ igbtored. &C. I. Bsown, M. D at Swigei't's old Drs. Smith & Brown, , Physicians Surgeons, standi Ho. 8. Ho. 4. Ho.8Cmcv. Ho.l. St. Cteir Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. C. it-3- PHANKFORT, Church, S Ollice and rt'Didciica next door to the KY. CLEAN. OH 1). C H1NN, M. D. JAS. HLY. M. I). Clair ufroer. Baptist WILL NOT BREAK RUST. DRS. 8P.M. Oflioo Hours ELY & CHINN. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Old Wed-ne-da- They nro inEvery ono sent out warrantcil. dorsed by Drs. dross nnd Agnew, of Philadelphia. They aro the but. C'omo and sou tlioin. No charge to dntw. For fiilo by Office and IssMsnce, Crittenden Property, 12 Corner Main and Washington. 7 to 8 A. M., to 1 i. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, nnd the North, East and West via Cincinto nati. M , 7 JOS. LeCOMPTE, South Frankfort. REGULAR KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, g0&-' dry cllmntn fANiTAMUM. Rtotrslde, Cnl. Thop., rcru'.a, cost,enras. nose, Xtuoat, Luays, lull Idea, U) f res. Quick Time, Close and Sure nections. TIME TAI1LE IN ErTECTSUNDA TRAINS SOUTH. hTATIONS. I.vc. Cnxuijton It l'alniuuth II Cyutlii.ui.i . . . Con- te nl curt visor tcouehttul want to5 (know. Cloth nod 141 pl5e,nont denied, monej.irnfifl.bj JrlucoGnlrto. f AU that tbodoabtf T Y, Oct 28. I883. -J (ui.-ouhut- r?CT rin frro, I J la-- I lhMi-,liei- lie ppAnf AnApl illtt. to Afftnlne, ConRultjtiamnmmi,'ipt KnnraiiuI)n!illifT-ImrBdlLiLiit- 'WJ4fSi vsrfcrxxHr'rff No. 3. 8 00 No. 4. 111 No. 111 18 nd iWAFIi a a - . . . . . . FANNIE FREESE! She leaves Frankfort ovcry Wednesday morning and Saturday evening, and rates are as cheap as any other tranxportution. Tlio Fannie Freese belongs to Frankfort and to C.ipt. S. V. Peneo, and why not patronize her? Spieial rates on all freight going south or west' aim through bills of ladini: given, to Loulsvllli). Isftill making her rogulnr trips from Frankfort PROF. KAURIS' er,auu hcjLiuou1i'. ctiy, (Luro iLllir-al XTRvofSDrmwi; Arr i'arUJLI. Arr Lexington Lvcl Paris ;; . . 9.35 " ni 10.40 n 111 3 00 p it. 15 .3&& A Badical Cure FOR ii'.j 'Icluii, result Uotu jmilifal ti.ill-crIloni, l'j) frco lnJulna-.'- , iimlovcr brain nctt. IJ ?ict Icinjiorlzowliils such tm cuBiirom 0 dl'CDii'J. LiPIIt? . Eve. Milleisbiiru I.m:. Carlisle Arr. Ma j.villc. . Lc. l'.irU . . , , 4.35 P ni 5o8 p in Jj.jo p in 11,20 :i m 6,?o p m is 05 p 111 7.10 p n 6.20 p 111 6.40 p in 7 00 p in 111 tem. AoM bclnj Inocl en by irc(cntloui ctolm3 cl cihtr rtmcltci fsr tlicsa trouMcs. Oct otir frea circa. nnl lxr anl trial thonsanli. mil loci tmt In. tcr.'cro 1th attention to bail ic3s cr cauio palrt or Iqcou i'ouuiliil en rel cnlcace. "Paris. . ." 7 11.25 a Winchester . u.50 p Ri( hmoiid., , . 83opni jj in 111 in 111 6. 20 p in 3 cx . Lim-.T-ter- . , S. V. Fence, A'jcnt. BEN FREEMAN, A. B. WILLIAMS, iuly 14 J'ri,'r. Miiklt r. pOi-so- JVTTl IMP07ENCY. C3Totod for oror O yoaro by uao la thou sands of caaoo 1'irn lnrjrtant tmu btuta tnMng treatment clcrlicrc. 'liXc a remtdy that liu curci Arr. Stanlord Junct, 3.15 p m 3.34 P m 4 oh p in 9.10 p 12.43 4 20 5 00 TRAINS NORTH. SI ATIONS. Lvc tf. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUI1LE ?. TRIAL '.nnpee M PACKAGE. tntllla jnfdi'al irliulptcs. Orowlnc lu fatornnj riputa tlcn. Direct mi licntlou tu Uio ((.atofdlscaio jnakeslH sjid riiic iouijciu v.fc I'm.. 6tl:y. Tho natural furia. tlr u of Uic human oil nro rcttortil. Th anlmatlnit tlsoioaM tt llfo vhkh hao Ken ala onl triujtU rapidly. Chemhti CO., M'Pjj una.ihl n..l AtlLn liaC!l. Tho ratloas becoiuu No, No. . No 111 17 nun ohofflul SCREENED HARR3S REWIEDY 8O0J5 Xortti 10th St., bt. l.onls, jno. Uhe Mohih-- family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Uottom Prices. Treatment, $3 j 2 mohth3,$5 ; 8 months, $7, Stanford Juuct. . . ii.oo a in 1.15 p ni Lancaster . . . . 11 34 .1 3.10 p m Richmond . . . 6,oo a is. 45 ji in Coo p m incliuster . . 7 so a 1111 j 35 p in Arr Paris 8.15 a m 3.10 p r.i Lvc, M.iyiville . . . . 6,00 a 13,40 p Carlisk' 7.3 a in 2,u3 p in 2 29 p ii, Alilkrsbnrn . , 7.50 a Arr Pans 8.15 a 3.10 p in Lv7jLesiiigton a. 15 p 7.20 Arr vParis. . . 8.15 3jjo p in 8 IS a in 3, 10 p m Lve Paris. . . i 8 50 a Cyutliiana,. 3.48 p in tt Falmouth, , .1 in 55 P m Arr, Covinvitou , 11.30 a in 6,30 p in 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 m fw mi r,V m 1 Telephone connection No. 30. al.-ojlo- st GEO. B. Dec. MACIILIN, FRANKFORT, KY. MTJNN & CO., of tho Btie.vtifio American', con. HnuiitUHot uh Solicitors for I'ntonts, Civeuts.TiaiJo Marks, CmyrlKhts. for the-- United States, Canuda, PATENTS Nclf-iiilfl- a No, 35 leaves Lciiigton 6 co n. m., arrives Mays-ill- e 9'ooa. m, No. 37 leaves LexiiiKton 5.35 p.m., armes Maysville 8.30 p. 111. No. 27 leaves Maysvillc 6coa. m,, arrives Lexinij-to- n 9 10 ft in. No. 38 lcaes Maynville 12.40 p. m arrives Lexington 4 00 p, m, No. 6 leaves Covington 5 20 p. in., arrives Falmouth 7.30 p in, No, 5 leaves Falmouth C. 15 a. in,, arrives Covington 8.10 a m. Nos. t and 4 run (Jnily between Richmond, Lexington nnd Covington; all others daily except Sunday. 1 V Hieelul TtutfH to FCruirimtN. EiiKland, t rauco, Uonnaiiy, etc. UanU Hook about l'atunlH emit freo. Tlilrty-ncvp- n yeiiM experience. PatentHobtalmtt throinrli MUNN & CO. aronotlted In tho Set k.nti ho A M mit'A x. thu In west. Lost, ana most wlduly circulated nclentlUo paper, itaourear. Weekly. Bplemtld cnRnivlrwn anil Interesting In. formation. Specimen copy of the A mer-tcsent froo. Artdro. MUNN & CO.. SCIENTIFIC Ahebicak Office, aal Broadway, Now tfork. nu WSHSMimwH, SB MQPfierOlS. R.ESELLEItS&CO. Tor tickets, ratei, connections etc, call on or address S. T. SWIFT, Affcnt, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. 1IROWN, Gen'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. time-card- PITTSBURGH. G. W. BKNDKR, Juii yiy Supt. Covington, Ky, S- -.