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ATTENTION, TOBACCO SHIPPERS! FKANKFORT, KX., MARCH 8, 1884. of, we can still appreciate a compliment Mr. Wondeon Railey left Monday for and feel that we are just in the prime of Rich Hill, Misouri, to join the rest of the family, who left for that place last Tuesday Eq. S. M". Tinsley Hold two fat cows for life. (IoIIihh enoli. We know thnt our Homeland cor- week. Mint Annie L. Johnson lirt" been quite respondent is mistaken about the Hnrdin-vill- e Miss Lillie Stone, who has been sick girls writing to the photographer, for with the measles, is improving rapidly and ill for the past few liayc. E.-Tinsley lins another rmmcpnUe. Sniu he has stayed away so long thnt his girl has will be able to resume her studies in a few completely forsaken him, and is now daily days. , uel Tinsley JoIiiihod. in the young Misses Hnttic and Nora Church, of Prof. Carter's school is greatly reduced whispering "sweet words" ear. Peak's Mill neigh horhood, spent several in number on account of the measles. Some of the oung Indies between the days in this neighborhood last week The new linn in Greitfetishttrg of T. 13. In idges nrc wcrtring rather sad countenanJoluiison and .Sou are doing quite a busi- ces jict for the presentduring theah-enceMr. Frank Johnson, Mr. John Ed. ness. Messrs. Tom and Sam Collin who have gone Graves and Mjss Mattie Willhmson, ol Miss Georgia Crutcher, of Woodford to Taylor county to spend a few days Cheer Frankfort, came out Friday evenimr to trtke county, ia isiting relatives and friends in up, ladies, they will return and be in teadi-nes- s in the entertainment, and spent Saturday Grmfuiisliur this week. for the next hop. J. B. Ruell with Mr. Henry Henrne. y Mr. Joe Terry and family have been and S M. Tinsley have been out The had weather for the past week has visiting friends and rela'ivcs in Shelby prospecting for a farm for tlit county poor with the work on the Church and house, t county lor several days past. it will be some time before it will he d .Socials every few nights, and ain't they and Mies Rcnn nice. That was quite an eniovnble one given but we have meeting at Excelsior school-housMrs. It. C. Williams which is lariie enouirh to accommo Keenon, ol Frankfort, were the quests of by Miss Snllie Sharp last Wednesday night. yood crowd. Next Sinulnv is Esquire Tiusley's family last Saturday ajid And then on Saturday night about thirty of date a verv Brother Soutli's regular dav and we hope Sunday. the school children collected at Mrs Frank as many will come out as nan. Miss Jennie Darlington was the guest of llaekley's and had a real soci"l. Mr-- . The celebration of Longfellow's birthday Misses Lela and Hattie Tinsley last Tues- Ilackley loves to see the little folks enjoy by the Society ol Alpine Climber, at Exday night, and of course the Alton boys themselves. celsior Institute lat Fridav, the 2'Jth, was put in their appearance. S. M. & 0. Tinsley have some very remuch enjoyed by all pieenl. The exerWell as Punch thinks he is going to have markable cattle in this way: They have cises were very good indeed, although we small-pothirty head in one lot feeding around a the measles, and if not that, the are sorry to say Miss Lillie Slone and Mr. und is oil' preparing his system to meet long rick of hay fifteen sinnll one.- Dcane, on account of sickness were unable either in goodoider, it is lett for me to do and fifteen large ones and the large cattle to perform their parts. Alter other exerwill take the small ones on their horns. the writing. cises by the Society Professor Robt. L. Fulthen The jurymen of this end of the county throw them through the fence and nuain, ton, Proli-s-oof Elocution. Kan-a- s Cil. are dibchargtd and their wives are no- - lelt jump the fence and throw them back Mo., spent otne time in readand so on day in and day out. We can't ing, which wn excellent. elocutionary with so much hiring to do. The women say Mis. South has imagine whether they do this to keep the spared no pains in trying they all intend to vole lor P. U. Mujor to make these little ones from eating all the hav or to entertainments again on account oi it. and we hope her a succe-fkeepihem from freezing to death. Roln. school will be benefited thereby. Esq. S. M. Tinsley and Bro. have a good Saunders ami Owen Iinsley are iesponitile Umimi Humph. farm ot 101) acres they wish to rent; a nice for the tiuthfultiess of the above statement. m 'Punch and Judy. new house and 01 chard, 25 acres to go in Bald Knob. corn, 0 act is lor tobacco, and the reinuindtr in grnt-s-. Some good man can get a barPlat Creek. Mr. Linder Wnltes was in this place gain. Saturday. Mr. James Miller is very ill with pneuJudy leels herself very much flattered by Mr. Mat Warren paid the Knob a flying compliments passed up- monia. the many visit Thursday. on her by the writers for the Koundaiiout, The prodigal eon has returned to Mrs. Mr. J. B. Duncan was the guest of Wm. Mid also the Editor, and desires to lelurn Miller's. Pulliam and family Sunday. her many thanks, although she may nut Married. Mr. Joe Parish and Miss be eutitlfl to them. Onlv twenty-seve- n families have moved Mary Roberts, at the residence of the bride's We are much obliged to our intellectual father, Febuary 20ih, IS84. out of this precinct in one month. and worthy grand jury for the sensible Mrs. Margaret J. Greenwell was the Mr. Jackson Eddincs, of Lockport, was manner in which they disponed of the jail in the neighborhood Inst week settling up guest of W. II. Smith last Friday. question. It not only shows that they were men ol good biiMiieis sense but thnt they the accounts ol Dr. J. K. Eddings, deceased, Jumbo, the big elephnnt, passed through have apiuoved of the action ol the "Twelve who fell from his horse dead a week or two the Knob Friday from a visit to fiiends in ago. Justices' at least in that particular. Shelby. The committee appointed by tue Count) Mr. J. L. Greenwell has sold his house Died. On Febuary 13th, Dr. James R. Couit, Dr. China, Esquires Tinsley and and lot at Joshua to Doctor Alex. Bailey, Eddings, fiom the effects of an overdose of for the purpose ot asceriaining who ol who is going to have a drugstore erected at chloral. He was univer.ally popular with the number of paupers weie not entitled tu thaw place. nil who knew him, and gieeted all, young receive any longer the chaiity of the Kiank-li- n Mr. Newton Shnckelford, the boss car- and old, while and black, with the same county Alms House, went on Monday He will be greatly nursed in penter ol this vicinity, has invented a new kindly smile to said place, and desired that after ten It is of good this section, as he was a physician wilh few lorm for making days from that day Robert Vaughn, Mine equals. He was 32 years of age. was born Swift, L. McFarlau, and Sol. Cole (col.) workmanship, and is far superior to the in Missouri, and was a member of the boat with the bhould be discharged. Christian Church Noel Lee visited friends and relatives We areforry to know that there is a taxCedar Run. payer in this county who ihtuk-- t that the near Shelbyville last week. He says if the "twelve justices" have the power to call world is as big on the other bide as it a on Madame Rumor report-- , a wedding in thithemselves together and fix their own salary this it is a whopper. He describes the land and, at the same time, is in lavor ot a fii.it out there to be tar superior to any in this vicinity soon. Has" jail to lake care of the biids that roost vicinity for fbb.ieco raisers. John Ed. Graves was the guest of Price therein, and objects to taking care of the Mr. Simon Bnfoid, who resides on Briar Moore on Thursday night. unfortunate blind, halt, maimed pauper, no Ridge, received a regitered letter a few Mr. Lewis Moore, Belle matter how honorable they maybe, and we days since, through Mie post ollice at Joshua, Sunday with his hi other, W. Point, spent last A. Moore. bebelli ve he is 'niud road Democrat" which contained fifteen cents in one cent Misses Annie Cardwell and Annie Moore sides. We confess the pauper question to be a coppers and the interest on the same a are visiting the family of Mr. Job Smith, at big one, und may olten times look that win punched dime broken in two pieces. Hloomingtou, this week. to tbo ta.vpajer, but if we err let it be on Rusty Cuss has changed his notion again. the side of mercy instead of that of Mr. Henry Moore s.iys he is not going to ciime. The motion" ofl'ereil by Robert Fox, He lias rented the house of Win. Heniv board or batch, this year. Will some of the the keeper of tint Alms House, lo the county Allison, and will havo lo run more than girls tell us how he is going to pull through ? court is surely a good 01 e. That when a one maiket wagon to pay for all the laud BossThomason apparently has considerable he has bought or rented, and he will have pauper is once discharged he shall be to call on home one else besides W 0. for business with a ceitain gentleman the past to obtain permission lor his return few weeks. Too late, Bo,s, a heavy moi tgage from the same person he obtained his first news. hangs over her. J udy. from. Squire Tracy says a neighbor of his has Mr. Wm. Plunitner, of Scott county, has been taking a quarter's wortli of the , Esq jJS. M. Tinsley made a lljing visit to RotJNDAiioUT. which has done for both of been quite sick at the residence of his Mr. Cardwell, for several weeks, but Louisville Monday. them to read for sometime, but if Jumbo i convalescing at present. Book agents and drirnmers arc becoming will write him up so that tiie readers of the From the uuineious tiips lie is making to almost as numerous in our town as frogs in Roundabout will think him it great man he Egypt. willtakc a half dollar's worth himsell South Frankfort one would think Price Moore was trying to convince some of the girls that Misses Sallie Sharp and Georgia Crutcher Guess we will have to give him a blow. Correspondents all through our country thecountiy is more healthy than the city. were the guests of Miss Annie Johnson asked what he was building his house Saturday evening. und along its border with there disguised When for he said he was going to put a South Mrs. Dr. Hoiene has gone (o Louisville namci mining in rhythmicirder, all their Frankfoit Duck in it. to attend the Mineral ol her brother, who wiitings dry and chally, except the foreign Misses Minnie and Mary Thomason.gave a language of Tolu and Tally. There N a died Tuesday morning, of consumption. Hawk Eye and Black Hawki there is a Nip- social on Monday night. All of the young Mis Sallie Vauter returned home last is a Clipper, there is ,a Jumbo, folks of the neighborhood weie present and Tue.-da-y Irom Shelbyville, whom situ has per, there tlioie is a Ponto, tlieie is Both ol Us, Rusty enjoyed themselves veiy much. Miss Mary been staying with her sister since Cluist-maCuss, and here is all of us together malting Enlow, of Clifton, Mis Sophie Sanette, of Woodford county, Miss Triplett, of Stedman-towJumijo. an awful muss. ami Messis. John Ed. Graves, Philip Competition is the life of trade. So it Arnold, Thos. Campbell and Daniel Dunigan, seems Irom the amount of new goods being Jett. of Smith Frankfort, were among the visitors received hv the business men of Hardins-- , present. ville. Mr. Levi Crntcher's health is improving, Nir and Tuck. We don't know who is to blame", but our There aro several cases of measles in this letter generally fails to reach the editor in neighborhood. time for publication the week it is intended Misses Katie, Rose and Bettie Fields are for unless we send it diiectly by the hands the guests of Miss Mattie Crutcher, of a friend. Messrs. John Hanly and Allen Cromwell Tom Bailey says that Jim Onenl can't MUNN U CO.,nftho RciEXTino AMCrttCAX, eon. paid a short visit to Wheatland last Sunday. Ilnmi tonrt us Sulleilotsj tor I'utoiiK Caveutsi, Trado borrow his overcoat any more.nud ho thinks Marks, C'uprrlfltit. for the- United States, Canada, Misses Minnie and Mattie Cox, who have KiiKlanil, I rauon, Germany, eta llund B09U ulout Frankfort a poor place lor fun, as ho can't n l'rttiiiits fieo. years' exiwlenco. been visiting Mis.s Maggie Quia, have even have a little scuflle with a friend withA; CO. aro noticed FntentRobtalnetlthnHisiiMUNN In tho 8CIKNTIFIU AMKWCA.v, tho laruest, boat, and returned home. out being nabbed by policemen, S8t, widely circulated clenllflo paper. USOuyoar. Pshaw, Swilzer, don't go back on ua beMr. Harry Shaw has rented hia farm to Weekly.Ion. Bplenilia onumvlnirs and Interestingmer-leSpecimen ivpy of Iho (Selen Ho A In. format Bout tteo. Address M UNN A CO.. 8CIE.STI VIO fompl out our names. If Mr. Thomas Wells and moved '0 the Forks cause you Iptvc A.mkuioaw Offlco, ait Uruadwity, New York. we havo passed tin t meridian you spoke of Elkhorn to resde. q. pill-rolle- rs visit-friend- Number 25. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LawAND Between the Bridges. Tobacco Hogsheads For Snlel , "M plete or.in the knock-dowprices on car load lots. Patronize home Industry. Dec. is-4- tn. RODMAN Jto SNEED, DEAR RAILROAD I1RIDUE, T article on hand a J. constantlythey offer for sale, eithercash, ofbpecial set up which cheap for A SAW-MILfirst-clalios-head- com- Real Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give spccla attention to the purchase and ;ak-- of real estate collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Oflico opposite Court House. JurTo 25-l- s. FREE RAILROAD FARE TO of LBXINGTONIRETURN. ANYONE BUYING '& S1 . to-da- JUST RECEIVED BY $10 OR MORE fini-he- ! e, I will pay Railroad fair from FRANKFORT and RETURN. V. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, v-- SI n 'S IMff HIE ME ME Knives I Table CASE, IN $3.25 PER DOZEN, r BEXWEKN MAIN and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dofskln, ana styles of funoy French cassimcrcj. lie Is prepared new-est- x, - r Solid Gold Spectacles OR lot-jud- s, RSI fry EYE GLASSES, $3.50. Large Stock of all Kinds of Jcwelr) K. J J E'l make them up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylish und comfortable. feb3-6i- n. to ';m ?rf ' -- -- . ..- -. AND TESTED JBT TIME, ..' i' SEE. 7BBWABE, STRONC'S IN SUCCESSFUL USE TOB oil-ha- Watches and Diamonds. Jewelry made to order. Difficult Repairing in all metal, wood or stone. Above terms Y void afer this month. OTIS W. SNYDER, ' JV. PECTORAL PILLS Tho bet Remedy for Coughs, Cold, D.vupep-I- n and KheumutlMit. lusoro Healthy Appetite, Good Digestion. Kecularity ot Bowels. A pre-clobona to rlclicoto reciulca, soothing end bracing tho nurroai eyrtom, and sivinir rigor end health to every fibro of the body, eolrl byDru(rt-t- . Tor Pamphlets, etc., address . . UITXJU fc CO 8 j HALF A CENTURY. fi as cedar at., .v.Tir. city. WOODFORD r Manufacturing Jeweler. Upper Sired. Lexington, Kg. COUNTY FARM FOR SAIJ3- OFFER my farm of i8j acre, and McCr.ickcn's Mill from Grassy Spring Church, for half cash and the balance in one interest. Uuildings and fence' plenty of water on the place. TRUSSES! WILL nUY I S3.00 VOW e located on the turnpike, one mile sale at $35 per acre, and two years with in good repair, and Mill-vill- OMK op booi-jnck- s. Aug. H. S. iS-5- Millwllc, Ky, HARRIS. I I X sum Ml R1IR Genuine Stamped TRUSSES trap-doo- r. " I. B. SEELEY, WARRANTED. COAL! COAL! Jd - LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND . and forsale at Lowest Prices by G.B. MACK LIN. Trade Mark. 11 "T .r"Hfc C Btraoc MAB0v7KywftViliVbj "aTsl Anfntl"IyNwn(lrMlt'lreffectIe gir mtv nJ nrminrt sure z"Z ArrUrftttcn truiy, tit , IireaRUeudeJ ih no nnd or l"i.ouf u if ttf rein Jy it of jro.s. ire.sgoBekT. ne.. wo. a. Made in Every Form.. LIGHT, COOL, $ 110.1. terod. Qemlnal Emissions w -- I Hfmrdv for the Impotdpcy ud doe bet Interfert with tbo TMi iucf trttmnt bu t UHi the tert la terf wvervi&ttf , an J now t pronounced ncctM. TVj U uo uieoce, rm orttlauj pursun of life. by the only Tin I la a nontvnM tbout this pr?.iriivii. rmticu ttierration cuLtri uj tJ r)"nt- tlut It will gut pcrfrct ntUfcth,a. U U cmi celeJ bj the MtJicil Troffiifo 1 t tl 4 lam rt!voJ toctai jet d curing thli ver rrcTtlcot reithinjaa-TbtRrmetiy li NH (I'M n( a raofilhl, 3i S. StiilAUknt rihr MtupiiMtl ! 3(Ut n r iS prmtit cui. bUm mnih, II ktp tiAiuMM and rur ta tW tfift b. . bu b m.). mI1 tta fum), U, ,, y wr4(r. Fa J rrtum lur n Mtvnif anf S b"t. ra4 rW Dwr il 'tPaut-bU-i uis hAhmdiwiI llatratbBa.al-it wIIlowV rta rJ ta naahoaJ, at mi tha umi taapti'ftl tin lhf eaa 1 4 tut ia Jiiaaaf Ha. lam as if tir a.f atTall. fiT aal4 tM mitmtl M Mf'Q CHEMISTS, HARRIS REMEDY CO. I ir ,)! CLEAN. OK WILL NOT KItKAK BUST. 7KB FREE! SELF-GUR- E. Every onn sent nit warranted. They aro Indorsed by Drs. Gross and Aguew, of Philadelphia. They are the best. Omuo und sco them. No charge to show. For sale by brother-in-law- RELIABLE A favorite nrecrlntlnn of onn of tha iiini-- i iiuiiMi umi Fiiccessiui sneciansisiu iiieu.s. JOS. LeCOMPTB, South Frankfort. Xoyf ManhnofUWealinean iu1 Deed .Sunt lnplalii8caludciivol(i)eree.Unit.'Rlst9caunilU. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. (novretlreil)ior4liiieinoofJVrroHiJpft(ify, B REGULAR KENTUCKY BIVER PACKET, !&& EGBERT attended to. & SON, April House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. BSfPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging a speciality. Ordersleftat Averill's ifrug store will be promplty lC- - FANNIE FREESE! Is still nuking her rognlar trips from Frankfort fiho leaves Frankfort ovory LouUvillo. Monday and Friday mornings and rates are as cheap as any other tratiHportation. The Fannie Freese belongs to Frunkfoitand to 0.pt. 8. V. Punoe, and why not patrnnUo her? Spocial ratos on all freight going south or wett' and through bills of ladintr given, to k msB&M9iJ' PHrvd$Vj , , fc n 11. &l&BtSfffl?3S!M ? U s. tl .f. n, Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUIH.E SCRKENKI) S. V. Ayent, . Fno, PATENTS si-ii-t family use. l'rompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Trices. Telephone connection No. 36. GEO. DecS-tf. S. MACHLI1T, FRANKFORT, JCY. Prnp'r. Tlihty-sove- BEN FREEMAN, Mutter. JETT July & SCOTT, 1 1 an Job Work Neatly eutcd at this Office. Ex- '.7. U tf. V '.V ' MiMriiMV'lii'iiiiiiMi'" ilfflfffim7it'rPiMmSfT''''TWfiwt''TrT !ariy7lFftrv?wT' ' V 'pr e, FRANKFORT i ateredatthepost-offlceat ROUNDABOUT, Frankfort, Kontuoky a second clrtfs mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. Editor $. . a,n.cJL E'vu'bllsli.cr. 8, 1834. FRANKFORT, MARCH The Ml! to pension the soMiers of the Mcsicnn Wnr pnpperi the lower House of Congress on Tncdny. w y The jury in the Louisville Circuit Court found Thos. Crittenden guilty ot willful murder, on Fridav nltcrnoon, nnd fixed his punishment nt eight years in the Penitentiary. The jouug Indies of the Mission Bnnd of the Christian Church gave a pink ten nl the residence of Mr. L. A. Thomas Inst evening. All the Indies present wore pink dresses. Quite a nice sum was raised for missionary purposes. . Mr. Oscar Blakcmore, Miss Julin Blake-morMr. W, T. Shcehnn, who plnycd the Mr. J. II. Bailev nnd Mr. Win. part of "Still Bill" in Fojrg's Ferry last Hall left Monday afternoon for Hot Springs, night, is a brother of our Jailer, Col. Dan. Arkansas. Sheehan. Miss Annie Dennis, who hns been visiting Miss Una Marshall, le't Wednesday Mr. Darsie is giving n series ofSundny morning for Louisville. night tnlks to joung people at the Christian Mrs. Mnrin Haner returned Tuesday Church. Subject for tomorrow night (loin a visit of several months to her daughter, Mrs. Isaac T. Risley, in La"Ambition.'' grange. Mrs. J F Lewis nnd son, Master Sliced, Larry Jenkins, one the parties charged. who hnve been visiting lelntiws in this city with the murder ol John Lewis Daly in the past week, lelt yesterday afternoon for this county last summer, and who has been their home in Louisville. n fugitive from justice ever since the murElder Leslie Onult. of Cleveland, Ohio, der was committed, was captured in Shclby-vill- e nnd Mrs. Josie Dodd, of Fayette county, atDuncan, tended the liiner.il of their mother, Mrs by Constable Tuesday, Julia Gault, in this citv on Monday. brought to this city and lodged in jail. DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP ! WE HEREWITH ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING M. Adams, of Knox county, from the 9ih District and of the House of Representatives ol Congres, has been appointed by (iov. Knott to fill the vacnucv in the ofllce of Register of the Li ml Office occasioned bj I he death of Mr. J. fl. Cecil. Hon. G. rk Barlow, Wilson Ac Co 's Minstrels drew a crowded house at the Opera House Wednesday evening nnd everybody laughed until their sides ached. The troupe is by far the lust on the road and dcerveH the large audiences they draw. Milt. Barlow looks some older than when in 18G0 we worked together at the case on the first two mini I er'e Col. Craddock's True Kentuckian, at Pari", hut then age aids his personntion of the old negro, in which he is perfect nnd without nu ennui. HORN. In this city, on Monday, March 3d, 1881. to Mr. II. Howe Watson and wife, twins a girl nnd liny. AUCTION SALES On Saturday, March 8th, at On Saturday, March 8th, at On Monday, March 10th, at On Monday, March 10th, at On Tuesday, March 7 2 7 2 J3 1 K 13 . At tho Tfoldencc of her son, Mr. J. V. Oault, In South Frnnkfort, on Saturday, March 1st, Mrc .It'i.iA Q vui.t, after an Illness of a few dajg, aged 75 j ears. At the residence of her son, Hon. 0. If. Crad-docin South Frankfurt, on Saturday, March 1st. 1S84, Mm. DhtJCtit.A Craddock, agtd M o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. enr. M When our correspondents "adopt" articles the round of the which have been goi and send them to u- as their own press productions they tnut not expect them to they cerappear in their letters, becnu-by left out. Send U" the news tainly will trom your neighborhood, but don't fill up wi'.h stale item" from other pnpers. e .. meeting of the Itieuds of river improvement was held at the Court House Samr-rtn- v afternoon, at which resolutions weie adopted nnd a memorial to Congress prett pared asking the appiopriation of a amount to enable the engineer in charge to commence the erection ol new locks and dams upon the liver above Lock A sufli-oie- No. 5. the upon the site of his buildings lately destroyed by fire, on S Clair street, in a few days. The building is to be three stories in hieght to conform to the Weitzel block, and when both are completed will add greatly to the appearance Mr. Mike Buckley has the o: the street. contract to put up both the buildings, and expects to complete them by the first of .luuo. y Mr. W. H. Jones, jr., a young mnn popular with all who knew him, died at the residence of his father in this uni-ersnll- Mr. V. Kaltenbrun erection of two store-roo- will also begin county Wednesday morning, after an illness For several j ears past o1 several months. he has been engaged in teaching school near his father's during the winter months and in the summer running" 6treet sprinkler in this city. He was strictlv honorable and upright in all his intercourse with his fellow men and made friends ol all with whom he came in contact. Two years ago he married Miss Katie Kahr. of this city, who by his untimely death, is left a widow with one child. To her and his aged parents we (,f nder our warmest sympathy. In noticing the conviction ot Thos. Critaged uiiout 6 years. l tenden the reporter of the made some statements in regard to his enrly life, and that of the late James Arnold, in this city which were utteily withFRESH COWS-EIG- HT MORE out foundation, and the following card was within two weeks some excellent milk sent to that papor on Tuesday, by Mr. ers. All lor sale. J. & J. SWIGERT, Spring Station. Robt. B Franklin. MaichS-2t- . To the Editor nf the Courier- Jma ml: In justice to mj ded fiiend as well as in justice to my friei.d the living unfortunate, would nsktlint yon publish the follow in u: PROPRIKIORS In Satuidav's issue, in the repot t of Tims. Crittenden's trial for the murder of Rose of the accused in conMosbv, in and Mills ! nection with James Arnold, the Couutnu-Journa- l snjs: "The gofcips of the town (Frankfort) love AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF to tell to this day of their wild pinnlo; how one day they both stripped naked and ran BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, mound the principal square in the broad light of day, insanely drunk and shouting like Indians; how they met a notorious Sash, Blinds, Flooring couriezau. walking across the Frankfort bridge, and, stripping her naked fc 4trw. .,,,1 "US" her tor her crimes and made her promise that she would leave town. None were so quick with the ue ol a pistol as they, and Foot of Cio.ss street, Frankfort, Ky. none doubted their coinage." All orders ill receive prompt attention. Is it not unmanly to speak ill of the dead Tel .phone No. 24. "Jim" Arnold, when we have no better exMar. cuse fur to doing than that the gowipt of the town do so? Is it Christian, is it noble, is it kind to publioh of and concerning the HOME & CO. "Join ' CtitU'iiden, who is in the DISSOLUTION custody ol a couit ol justice, awaiting sentence, that lor eais he has been the St. Louis, Mo , Febrinry ai, 1SS4. indecent, lawless son of honored and re- THE FIRM OK SI'AGG, HUMl! CO., JL doinc business in St Louis, Mo , and Frankfort, it not cruel to add to Ky., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. (Jtorge spected patents? t ic weight ol woe already resting so heavily T. Stajjr is charged with the Inundation of its busiupon broken and bleuling heatts, tosiy ol ness, and is einuowcri.d to use tlic firm name. (5 CO T. SI'AGG, their loved ones that which might le left V S. HUME. KDMUND H. TAYLOR, JR. unsaid; or, if we imi'-- t increase the luirdei . Geo. T. Sticff and Taylor, jr., will would il not be belter to publish the truth? tinue tli"K business of Kdniuml H. C. Carlisle, and conthtir O. F. J. S. As a citizen of Frankfort, and as a Irieud, Ta lor ditiljerics from Frankfort Ky. All communibearing on the business of said distilleries having known and been intimately associ- cations be ated with both Thorna" Ciittenden nnd should addressed to H.TAYLOR, JR.. CO , K. Frankfort, Ky. J.imes Arnold during their unldeucu here. y to say that each and every I de-iNotice To Contractors. chnr.ed agiint them in the article quoted above U and are false! As to their "being quick with the use of a pistol," it is Tho undersigned will receive scaled bids until a notorious (net that neither of the gentlemen, while a resident in Frankfort, ever March 15, 1SS1, fur tho construction of a rotd from th south end nf Shelby street, carried a deadly weapon. in South Frankfort, to tho Loulsvillu jiiltc. HotiT. B. FltANKLlN. Siiid roid to bo 10 feet uinUl, IS feet grade. Ky 1884. Courier-Journa- In South Frankfort, on the 5th Inst., Ivv, Infant dnughtcr of John W. and Susan John-co- 4. nth, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. For Sale. On Wednesday, March 12th, at 2 o'clock,P. M., Dry Goods Department. On Wednesday, March 12th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. On Thursday, March 13th. at On Saturday, March 15th, at 2 2 o'clock, P. M., Dry Goods Department. o'clock, T On Saturday, March 15th, at 7 Department. o'clock, P. M., Clothing Department. P. M., Clothing - DUNIGAN & NICOL, 1 stie-ikin- Mp Iw Mi Where we will offer anything and everything in our department. At private sale we will continue to sell at and below cost. HARRIS & HERRMANN, One Price Arcade, Frankfort, Ky. Dressed Laths, Shingles, &c, vv A. G. ALSTROM & CO.. 9 (Successors to MOIiKiS & A1STK0M. ' OFJW, Merchant Tailors, AND I-- DEALERS IN ie iirle-cenc- M ASET STREET, FAXTKFO&T, TZV. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but firstrdass workmen employed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 GENTS' FURNISHING- - GOODS, year. turn-pik- o 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 at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeComptc, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. Framu'okt, Match 3, Amend the City Charter. As amendments to the city character are now in order, a hill (or that purpose hav-in- a been handed our Representative, we would call attention to portions of the act to amend the charter of the city of ! rankfort, approved April 24. 1X82, which ' E' i'i. Attorney in August a voter will have to p.iy his c ty taxes by the 4th ol June. Jn view of k never goes inio the the f.ict that the ot the City Treasurer until the laih hands ol May there will be but two weeks in which to pay the taxes, and the result will b- - there will only be home ton or a dozen persons, if any nt all, eligible to vote for City Attorney and there will be no election The law should be amended as it is veiy detective In many respects, being gotten up solely for the purpose ol defeating certain parlies for the City Council, or should be wiped out altogether. tux-hoo- frInvoters to beUnumtmen. for City able to vote order needs a little tinkering. Following ure extracts from two sections of that act: Every peteon fjuali- Sue. 3. tieil to ote tor uepreseimuive in the (ieneraJ Asrembly shall be qualified to ote lor Coiiucilmen, pwvided, thai he shall, sixty das preceding tne election, have paid all ,f poll or other lasts due the city. Si.c. 6. Tlie next election lor City Attoi-ne- y uluill be held on the met Monday in August, 18S4, and each succeeding election lor the same office shall be held on the Ur.--t Monday in August quudiiennially theie-atu-the same rjualiiuttion? Iciwj rcjubeit r, GRA'l'12 FRUITS, VINES, PLANTS, &.C., &C. The Hugh Rodman, Ir.i Julian, stock of Str.iw berry Plants offered is one of H. T. Stanton. the largest south of the Ohio river. Prices aie low, as I employ no agents, hut sell direct to the planter. I refer to hundreds of my Personals. old patrons. Nursery and Stravvherry CataMr. Peter Jett has been confined to bed logues sent on application tc H. F. HILLENMEYER, for the past two weeks. feb Lexington, Ky. Miss Lucy Burnham, of Richmond, is visiting Miss Liz.ie Watson. Little Mis Maty Ettie .Smith, wiio has been quite sick lor several weeks, is much better. Will be on hand again this season with a new Mr. Henry C Mitchell, who has been very ill for sevetal weeks, is improving rapidly. MUses Hallie Barnhill ami Mollie Davis, of Lagrange, are visiting Mrs. 0. T. Richi-so- u W. We, the undei8imied citizens of Frankfort, having known wtdl both James Arnold and Thomas Crittenden, wish to join with Mr FrnuMin in his denial of the Sunder published against their names W. J. Chinn. .1. W. Unities, R Tobin. Thoman Rodman, J. M. Pendleton, J. L Rodman, S. D. Johnson, W. II. Wnggener, I L. Wairgcner, Robt. C. Ch.irch, Minns Williams, John Meanhcr, J no W. Roil man, A. (i Brawner, Plans and specifications can bo soen nt 'Im office of J. W. Robannun. The Committee , eserr the right to reject any and all bids. S. JOHN W. H0HANNAN. Feb. d. J. 1). MUSSEL L, M. TINSLEY, Blue Grass Nurseries, I offer this Spring a large stock of ALL KINDS OF COAL Fruit and Ornamental Trees SMALL Franklin, I). W. Liudsey, 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- . Hudson & Ferguson IMPROVED STYLE V '84 GRAND COMBINATION. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Frankfort WEEKLY One Roundabout L AND THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- STREET SPRINKLER ill DRY GOODS, 4 E. Miss Addie Sproule, of Warren county, is visiting her sister, Mrs Ju Igu. T. II. Iliues. LARGE to get which will T pumpsHAVE TWOenable them STEAM great quantities. water One pump only is necessary at a time, If that one btnkes the other can be put in immediately. year for only $2 00. Two papers for little more thau the price of one. Little Weston Fiut, bon of Mr. C. C. Furr, has been very ill for the past two weeks with pneumonia. Misses Mury and Verlcnda Mm ton, of Shelbyville, who have been visiting Mrs. W. T. Ktading, returned home yesterday. They can safely they sprinkle will They are better than anyone else sprinkler. promise that the streets not be dusty this year. prepared to , do the worl who has ever owned the Hy paying us $j oo you will receive for oncycar iiir home nnucr with the OourliT-.- f oui'lllll. Now ant) the rcprcseiit.itio iicutpapei of the South, Democratic anil fur it Tariff for Rociiue only, and the hest, htlRhtestanil ablest family YWeltlv i" 'he United States, Those who iltsirc to examine a same MAIN STREET, ran do so pic copy of the Courlor-.Tourm- il SepS-tf- . at this office. Ioordially Invito you to call and examine my Fresh Stock of Qoodi. FRANKFORT, KY X V yi ii hi inn H iiiiiii i mijiiii 11 iiiijiii ii iniiipwpp Sr.p.n 140 eiT- - PvTTT I have for sale i?ff!ari 3 i i FKANKFORT FKANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, MARCH 8, 1884. 1W GiflGULATioNTfii dm AND dim TO TRAVELERS. bushels of fine Burhanks, raised fiom pure Northern seed last year. Plica 75 cents If you wnut to luiy milch cow rpml per bushel. CJ. Stetlman, Stedmansville, Me.flr3. J. fc J. Sivitfcrt'n nilvertisonient. Franklin county. All the Intent novcltie in Hpring and Berberich's spring stock is large nnd well selected. Call nnd have him get you Hummer poodHare to he found nt V, up it neat spring suit. St. Clnir street. 11 Ber-berich'- Choice nortlicni white seed oHts, clover and timothy seed nt Day & IIh(!'h. Potatoks i'ok Sale. C. E. JAMES, ofpostrr. court house, Gen'l Insurance Agent,! FRANKFORT, K.Y. (jcrmami Fire Insurance Association City of London London nnd 1'rovlncijl Kenton rc,c,,,,1 London London. Lundon. Covington, , C. CALL OP E. COLLINS & BR0. XOIl i Hardware I Groceries. In connection Commencing Monday, October 16, the following The Ainnll-po- x on Olens Creek is as yet lime table will be in e fleet on the L. & N. R. R. for conflncd to the family ol Mr. Joceph Kole. this point. Two of his little hoys luive died of the TIUIK8 HOIITIt. dis-ens- If you want a jowl call on Worcestershire nt Bantu's. well-flavore- d, sugar-cure- d C. W. ' No. 37 No. t; No. at 19 I.rave Frankfort. C. fit O . No, . , 5525 P. M 8:15.A. M. 2:27 P. M. 4: to V. M. Louisville. 8:30 r. M. 5:15 p. M. 6:40 P. M. 10:55 A. M. Arrive at hut the others who have it are doing well. Mr. o sauce Fincel. by the pint or quart ang New Orleans, La. oriel' n corncr "road way nnd Lewis, in which """ton., is kept the finest brands of Anderson SALOON we have a firstclass ! u-t- County Llquora. TRAINS NOItTIt, Louisville. Frankfort. No. 18 10:27 a. M. 7:00 A. M. . 2! No. 32 P. M. 553 - M. No. 34 leave 1.011.5:00 p.m. nrr. at Frankfort 8.05 p. m no. 20 u. ft (I. . . . 5:12 r. m. 3:00 p. m. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a, m. Trains No. 23 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7:15,. M. Train No. 14 connect with train leaving Cincinnati, loop, M. N01. 23 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-villFrc'mht trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. m and returning leaving Levington at 7:15 I'.t,, will carry pais ngcr between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. No. 27 and sS are Stindiy trains only, Leave Leave P- ....... e. K. P. BRYAN, At'c,nt. Only one week wi titer. insured lor $5,470. more of ground hop Foil Sai.k on Ri:st. The larm lately owned by Win. Arnold and O. B one hundred nnd fifty cotton cans to the Lexon Flat Creek. Terms easy. Apply to ington Hemp Mill nnd one li run red and Marshall ii Mentrner. lifty file boxes to Bardstown. Both orders were executed in the best style and the as n pienn ol Nutritious food A medigoods were manufactured from first class restating a consumptive to health. cine that will strengthen the lungs nnd material. ooth all initation is 11N0 necessary. Such a remedy is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild A delegation from Lexington has been in Cherry, It is the only preparation ol Wild Louisville this week dealing out tally to the Cherry that s:ies complete satisfaction. Jt merchants of that city and being wined and (Illicitly cures coughs nnd colds. dined by them in return. The real object of Worcestershire sauce by the quart or the visitation set'ins to be to secure Louispint at J. M. Bantu's. ville's in the effort to remove Worcestershire s.tiici' '." cents per quart the Capitol to Lexington. nt J. M. Bantu's. I J. T. Buckley shipped on Thursday I Polc-siro- ises-enti- al CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTEEN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St,, Over Criilchcr & Sf arks' While Hall Clothing House J -- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. . SPECIAL n Si:i:dOats. 700 bushels choice white seed The Republicans ot Franklin county will oafs for sale by S. Martin, Stcdtnuntown. meet in convention nt the Court Hone in We will have Nick Robert's Humpty Frankfort, on Saturday, March 15th, 1884, Foa Rknt. Two otlice moms on the DiUnpty Troupe on the 29tlt. ; lower floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. (or the purpose of nominating a candidate C. Shubiuski will set n tree lunch to (or sheriff. Mr. Formerly weak, nervous, dyspeptic and debilitated individuals who found only (lis-lis customers Irom 7 until 12 o'clock this A house and 8 or 10 acres of good bottom pointmenl in the various bitters and veiling. tobacco land for rent. Apply to C. W. qunck nostrums, pretended kidney medicines, etc., are agreeal ly surprised to regain The wcutlier ol'the past week has been Fincel. perfect health and strength of mind and and much more disagieeuble nearly as cold Messrs. A. G. Alstrom fc Co. have just liodv, and complete heart's ease and freedom than liny we hail in January. of Dr. received a full line of spring and summer Irom aches and pains by the use Guysott's Yellow Dock ai'idSars.ipnrilla. Ii Mr. J. G. Dudley, having gone into roods. Call and select vour suit. testores every disordered function to business in Louisville, has resigned his normal condition. position as Councilman from the third AMUSEMENTS. Buy n truss fiom Joe LeCompte. ward. fjST" First class board wanted by n quiet Miss Lizzie Evans, Mr. A. G. Alstrom purchased, on Satur Who so charmed her audience lu&t evening gentleman nnd wile, in n private family of hiy, ol Mr. M. E. .Jelt his residence on Cross as Chip in Fogg's Ferry, will again appear refinement und where there are no boarders. street, between Conway and Steele, for at the Opera House on Mondny evening as Location central, bet references. Address $1,400. Dew Drop. the company plays 'A," care of this oflice. in Lexington and will return here Monday. Ac Sou are running their Messrs. Miles The people ol Franklort should patronLif-- t evening Miss Lizzie Evans Appeared City Mills night and day, and are still away ize the new wholesale and retail coal firm in for behind with their orders, so popular has newthe first time Callahan nnd Murphy's ol S. it J. H. Told, for they have come to drama "Dewdrop." She was greeted their Hour become by a crowded house, that became deeply intay. Ollice at II. R. Williams' giocerv, terested in the play and at times became South-side- , where Mr. Peter E. Told can Spring and summer suitings just received eninusinsuc. uewarop tins a wen conalways be found ready to wait on customers nected plot and is replete with thrilling inat V. Berberich's. cidents. The character of "Dewdrop" up- For. Sai.k. A good second-han- d Mr. W. T. Barry youth, the newly impersonated by Miss Evans, is a highly entertaining one, the artless innocence, the riget boiler, 8 by 3lt. Apply to Ferguson it elected Warden of the Penitentiary, gave bond in $30,000 on Tuesday and entered abandon and bright speeches of the heroine Meek. making a strong contrast to the subtle upon the duties of his office. ol the heavier characters of the piece. Do yon need a remedy that will cure every Miss Evans carried her pait to perfection. kind of humor from a pimple or eruption to The sleet of Wednesday morning left the She is a sparkling little actress, as pretty as the wort scrofula and syphilitic disorders, streets in worse condition for tiavel for site is talented, and has won a lasting pop- use Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock aud Sarsn- pedestrians and vehicles than they have ularity with the Cincinnati public. Cincin- parilla. Three or five bottles cure skin or tetter. Four to ten nati Times-Stadisease, tjeen ut any time the past winter. There was a largely increased attendance bottles cure running, ulcers, scrofula and all Read the adveitisemcut ol Messrs. Dun-iga- n at Pope's theatre last evening, to witness syphitilic disorders. One to three boitle.ictiro Mifs Lizzie Evans' Dew Drop. "Dew 'sores, boils, carbuncles, etc. One to two & Nicol in another column. They Drop" is the Mury of a little waif, wrecked bottles cures pimples on the face, blotches, gentlemen, and if you need lumber on the coast ol Wales, and found and reared etc. It is the only peilect blood purifier thorough knowlyou cannot buy Irom two cleverer fellows. e by an old keeper The scenery hut can be made Irom and costumes are picturesque, the time 01 edge ol drugs. Ask your druggist tor it. Rt. Rev. Thos. U. Dudley, Assistant the incidents being eighty ears ago. The Take u substitute. Bishop of Kentucky, lias delivered n series story is pretty, and abounds in humor, and Miss ol lectures at Ascension Church, in this city, several of the situations are strong ANNOUNCEMENT. Evans as Dew Drop confirmed the good (his week which have been largely attended. opinion and added to the favorable impresFOIt CITY MAKSUAL. sion she made as Chip in "Fogg's Ferry" The young ladies of the Presbyterian She is certainly one of the brightest and Wo are authorized to nnnuunuo M. II. P. Church gave a tea at the residence of Dr. most winning little actresses on the stage WILLIAMS, .IK., ns a candidate for City In "Dew Drop" the company W. H. Averill on Wednesday evening, at Marshal. Subject to thu action of tho to good advantage. liepuLliean Sep: which $31.00 was raited for Church pur- VUh part. a; The late Austin J. Kendall had hiu life A Call C HAMPTON i 1 11 I BBh. t To-nig- ht 19 MONITOR! For Sale by JOH3ST plot-tin- gs T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Kv. r. salt-rheu- m Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , i e light-houe- 11 SR, & CO., Frop'rs. Goraaer, Cliaatca Street, iTortlieast Capital 3e2.-u.are- . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Ot ders by telephone promptly attended to. to-da- y. flg-ui- es Demo-emti- o poses. FOR -- SHEUIFF. Rentz Stanley Call and examine the new jioods at the tailoring establishment of Messrs A. G. This novelty and burlesque company will Alstrom & Co. All the newest styles are appear at the Opera House on Tuesday to be found there. evening, March 11th. Read what tb,e preei Mr. E. P. Bryan has removed to his farm a)s 01 them. on the Versailles pike, near Jones Station, A large audience, gathered nt Low's Opera 41 ml Mr. Buck Keenon has removed from House last evening to see the fair of comely form and feature. There South Franufort to the house on Clinton were but few of the company that appeared street, vacated by him. here on a former occaisou, hut the changes that have been made are for the better, esThe Republican State Convention ban pecially the singing in the lirst mitt, or been called to meet in Louisville on Thurs- uiusinil iuterudi, when the vocalising ol day, May 1st, to appoint dslegates to the Mr. Kellogg, Misses Payne, Mot timer and Sinclair wus far above the average. Dutch National Republican Convention which Daily, the j11nnie.1t of comedians, agitated meets in Chicago in June. the concertina in his usual etlective manner nnd was accorded several encores. Mit-The meeting of the Republicans of this Annie Itotd, a pleasing serin comic, ami the two Alices Smith and Duly weie particuMoncountv was held at police court-roolarly happy in songnuit dunce A wondei-fullday afternoon, hut owing to the fact that skilltul turn of equilibrium was given very few were in attendance the meeting by the European Marvel. Piince. Billy was njourncd over until Saturday next. Buckley, an old Providence laxorite conMarch full, at which time the meeting will vulsed the audience by his humorous songs be held nt the Court House mid a candidate and witticism, and Hurry Morris, in a burlesque Dutch act, was cllective in a for sheriff placed in the field. comic muke-u- p and funny positions. Andy and Annie Hughes, nhwus welcome, iii Dr. J. B. Gentry, lor many years before their pleasing sketch, were better tliun ever, pttite Annie "culled the sand on the the war a resident of this city, and an out- a"d Hoot" with her liny feet in an artistic millilet of considerable leputation, was in the ner. The closing biirlesquers in co.stuuies city on Thursday. The Doctor, now an old and tights that gave full prominence to the man, is in straightened circiunytnuc and human form divine, and brought the opera of the was on his wav t his daughter's in Madison glioses burlc-qu- e ancients into constant play. The was given with a Min'and .county. He has been residing in Caldwell spirit, and Horded much amusement. county since the war. 2'iovidMcc Ttfeyiam. s m prcb.y nnnounro tnysolf a cnmtlilato for ro- lection to tho office of Sheriff of Fuanklin i uoutity, tubji-c-t to the action of tho Douiooratio Ha III KrOLUlE ARE party. k BROi S W. L. COLLINS. rs Wo are authorized to announco JOHN W. rtAINKS a caniihlato for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tho will of tho Democratic party. FOR CONSTAULE. W are authorized to announce L. L. COX ns to tho oflieo of cona candidate for stable, subject to tho action of the Democratic P'irty. FOIt JAILER. Wo are authorized to announco JAMES D. MOOP.E us a caudidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic STILL BOOMED! PLACE TO BUT! THEIR HOUSE IS THE I THEY HAVE ON HAND A LAK8E ,i i y party. STOCK OF WINTER BOOTS I Farm for Sale. MY k SHOES, HATS & CAPS, la RENT SALE acres, three and farm of I OFFER 84FOR adjoiningORa quarter miles Overshoes, &c, which they will sell at bargains. east of Frankfort, Jones' Station, on the Versailles pike. Address IP YOU WANT A JOHN A. SIDKNER, Frankfort, Ky. Dec. lftgg Horse and Jack Cards and Bills neatly STTLISH HAT Go to see them. They make a ! i i i , 11 executed at this office. SPECIALTY OF HATS. ' i fejfeji i, u m t JJ.J .AbtA. i i iJSSsSiHiiHiSs Uj, ULIM ....... llil BHiSBB'iBKSSffSBCTffi Km x" Br1 mkJ " ' "' 'i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmaimmmammmmammm FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, rv ". Jacksonville. We nrc glad to see liusty dead, Cuss ia not K , The siiow Bnd cold weather linn been very linnl upon the mock in thta stction, an the feed in very scarce. made hy the nre licin Preparations farmers of thta section lor a large crop ol tobacco the coining pennon. A few miles below u in Shelby county the bona are dying with cholera. Five farmers lost 200 head in three days. We cannot agree with our friend, who writes from Glendale, as lie seems to be opposed to the tuniikes and in favor of a new jail. We need pikes in this section worse than we do a jail, and need them badly, lie certainly was not in earnest but only wiiting for paittimo, for we know when he becomes a c.uuliihte for County Judge be will not only promise every voter to run a pike by bis barn and home, hut will insure them passage over the same free ol toll. Gukbs. memory n circumstance tint happened in Franklin county. Uncle Noah Goins, who is now dead, was driving along the pike in a cut, and a man irot in without his knowl edge, iietore going tar the man ten oui and killed himself Tlicv had an examining trial and Pack Mtnhall, who is also dead, was the main witness. In delivering his testimony Uncle Noah would repeatedly stop him by this remark, "Mr. Mayhall, dont speak so in the positive; I didn't know-athe man was in the cart" Ho, brother correspondent, don't speak so in the positive; wedont know who is lioiiiir to ride in the cart. Gaines' repealed candidacy forsheritf remind me ol Doctor otirg, who lives near here, lie was assisting in drenching a sick horse. They put the icins over a limb and told Doc to hold them, lie wrapped them around Ins hand, and when they started towards the lunse he pulled Icicle and pulled Doc up in the tree Alter getting him lowered and safe on the ground he remarked, flint I h to hold on." So it is with Gaines. The political ntinosnherc is a little uncertain as was shown in the late race for U. S. Senator. Born. To Mr Chnrlev Johnson and "'ile, on February ti'.lih, a son Samuel Tiusley; weight pounds. s Tioga. ; Tobacco fever is raging hero and around these paits. Many have sowed their faced already. Think aeoonlinz to the maneuvei-in- g there will bean abundance ol the weed raised. Some of the dudines of this vicinity went to have their fortunes told, and as the card did not run to suit the complexion of their tastes, they accused the foreteller of turning the jack, and came home disheartened. Col. George Moore, since declining to make tne race for slierill", hafa secured in his feheep lold a feather bed on which he sleeps with his poodle by his side, waiting for tliu advent of the increase of his flocK. We would like for some one to arouse the correspondent of Flag Fork from a state ot lethergy and let linn know (lis duty, as we have many warm Iriends in that locality we would "like to heat Irom them again. i, EnitB't Egbert and Mis Cora of New Albany, visited the family of M". H. P Williams, jr., and Bud Egbert lael week. The sidewalk on front street needs repairing very badly in several places. The street commissioner should look around. Judge Pence is hnving 100 perch of stone broke in the street in fiont of bis mill and residence which will be u great improvement to front street. The ntilhor of the new charter for our town must certainly be n man of marvelous erudition and wonderlul prolixity, judging from the depth and length ol the various sections of that voluminous document. Mr. John Ziegler, who ha been with Chas McKee lor about a year, can now be found at Major F. P. Lewis' cosmopolitan store on Benson avenue. His vacancy bus been filled by Noah Moore, son of Major L. A. Moore. Mr. Jns. D. Moore, of our town, has announced himself as a candidate lor jailer A better nor u more nt the next election. deserving man can not be found in the county than Mr. Moore. He is well known g in this end of the county as n Democrat and will carry this side ot the THAT HOY OK CIIAKl.KV'S. river with a whoop. After while that sly little rac.il Notwithstanding the cold nnd snowy Will be peeping at John through a chair, weather last Sunday afternoon, there were Mng. will steal around and kiss him about forty little childicu and only ten or a Jut like she didn't know he was there. dozen grown persons mesent at Sabbath lie will all the time hide from Charley, school. The superintendent was unavoidAnd suppose he can't see with his eyes, You was going to fool him eh, Sammy ably kept away. The assistant superintend-nntnn- d And give him agreat big surprise. secretary were unwell and could not attend, yet there were others who could That boy will be a regular have been there but were jiot. Now on There will be nothing so high he can't climb, I hope to see a good number of His mother will say that his breeches grown persons there prepared to take pail Want new bosoms in them all the time. in the school. What we need is more 'I hat's not all that same little Sammy, teachers. Remember the hour, 3 o'clock; Will sing all the while like a lark, cvervone invited; seats free. From the time he gets up in the morning Until they drive him to bed after dark. MifB Col-tin- ronnge. Young Indies, remember this is leap year, and yon would not he considered a transgressing the mien of etiquette in askiiiL' thp young gentlemen to nccninpnny von. A long pull, a strong pull and a pull altogether will secure success. Gbesapeake anil Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR . & DEW YORK. Watches, Fine Clocks, Engring, Sic. ONLY TUB SAMUEL 'AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR WATCH MAKER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frnnk-for- t, Ivy., continues tho watch repairing business ut the old etand. B.v promptness ami cnrol'ul work he hopes to merit the piitronngo of those who ileidro to have their wutebos repalroil without dnmngo being donn them. Surveyors' repaired and other instruments requiring dcllcato and accurate adjustment. coin-passes A SOLID TRAIN FKOM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. I WASHINGTON CITY,. CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FABr TRAIflB FOR 1 1 lile-lon- In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing tuy entire confidence in iMr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as & workman, do not hesitate to commend him ua every way capable of mooting the expectation of my furmor patrons. B. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-tf NEW "STORK. ROUTE TO THK DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, VIIIAMOfllCMlFlTS stem-wind- JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai niacturersof all kinds of New Work tot Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, For tickets ano fu her Inforruntiin, apply to your neaiest ticket office, or nddrcM, v . JS. AHMJIjD, Advcrti'iiijr. Agt., Ticket and Van, Agt. aid Ucst Main Street, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., "''" STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, &C. Richmond. Virginia. V rJ r- - RV" fr- kV. He will be the busiest one in the family, And I'll bet the louder he sings Will Hawkin's infant is quite ill, "Contracts for New Work innr.y pan He will be raising the dickens with someone, John Brown is on the sick list this week. of the State. And he up to all manner of things. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets Will be peeping through the chair that Little Harry Parrcnt has about recovered April t North Side, Frankfort, Ky. young hugger-Jo- hn from his recent illness. will hollow Holy Moses! whats that? Miss Ethel Cook has returned from u That boy of Charley's, with my Barlow, visit to lelalives in Shelby county. . Has cut off the tail of the old Toi.u AND TAl'FY. Joe J. Parrent has rented the Sol. Crockett a place and will move to it immediately. Point Pleasant. Little Stella, daughter of Taylor and Ella Has just received his fall and winter stock of Parrent, has been quite sich this week. And still they move. Mr. William Schofield's infant, who was Well, the cold blizzard pinched; didnt it? seriously ill AND FANCY Mn. Editor: On account of my absence last week, is convalescing. Mr. Nute Shackleford, of Bald Knob, from this vicinity for the past rive month", Rev. B. F. Hungerford preached at it lias not been my privilege to hold com- visited the Point Friday. Church last Saturday and Sunday. munication with" the readers of the dear ' Mr. Charles Sample, of Shelby county, Franklin I am again However, as Food lor Mock is getting quite scarce in old Roundabout. visited the Point Monday. this section owing to the piotiacted severe stationary nothing will give me more pleas Mr. Jo. Allison, of Bald Knob, visited winter. nre than to write for our newsy little paper &C. Hawk Eye one night last week. again. Rev. L. H. Salin, of Owen county, spent who wanted It wa9 too cold Sunday for much visiting last Friday night in this place, thegueot ol Call and see him at Swigert's old In response to the gentleman to know where Tioga was, I will just say to but almost every body went to town Mon- Mr. F. M. Scolield and family. stand, him thu't Tioga lies one and a half miles day. Mr. Frank Allison, of Belle Point, was in south-eaof Lapenter. Everybody knows Misses Lee and Lulu Kossell visited the where that is. h is noted lor its beautiful Point Sunday, the guests of Mrs. li. J. this village lust week shaking hands with St. Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. his many Iriends and relatives in this secsituation and the ptcturesqueness by the Shannon. tion. Nov. scenery thereabouts. P. S. Its Postmaster, Mr. John Kossell says he has taken reMr. J. II. Baily left this place lost MonPlease look in the Almanac M. Hoirers. JAS. ELY. M. D. newed courage since he saw her dancing. day for Hot Springs, Arkaii8as,wJierc he wil C. B. CHINN, M. D. next time and not your Geography. Minus Numo. So look out. remain some time for the benefit ot hi! & Rev. J. Hnrvie Baker will preach at health. Graefensburg. Office and Residence, Old Crittenden Property, Misses Bettie McWilliams and Betiie Antioch Cinircli tne third hunday evening at o o clock. All invited. Wilson, accompanied by Mr. J. W. JenCorner Main and Washington. in April, No result from leap year as yet. Well, well, well, Jumbo visited Hawk kins, are visiting Iriends and relatives in Office Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 V. M , 7 to Ed. Wiggs starts to Florida in a few days. Eve ladl Wednesday niitht, but Jumbo Shelby county this week. 8 P. M. Wheat looks well and a large yield an- didn't eat Hawk Eye up. He behaved himSeveral of the Inrmers in this vicinity self like a nice little elephant. Come again UNITAItlUII. Blrenlde. OaI. Tha At? eliaota enreo. ticipated. have lost eheep this winter, supposed to be Nose, Throat, Lulits, full Idea, 86 p route, cost, irea. nobody Jumbo. caused by a want ol green provender which Signiiiot in the heel, consequently A social was given by Mrs. Martha is very essential for the health of sheep. NIVHCALTH visiting here, 'nor from here. IIDE. KOUpgS. Walnton la- -t Tuesday night, and you bet we Illimtrntnn. Kev. S. F. Thompson and wile, ol JessaBeing nbsent from home, and expecting had u tine time II f hot. t'inrlnnbtf nl onrlniiaor thonRhtliil wnnt to) And what a nice supper mine county, passed through this place last to give you the news, and kuIH bindmirSO cts.paper 23i',Mnr-- J know, Olotb Punch and .nnly we had, and all did justice to the good rlaBe vmuo, lliuo, twnowjnieu, muntjj r i.ttui. Monday, en route lor Shelby county, where caused tne to negligent. WD UIUITTICD 2?.!AKK.2 :7it"i, things that were set before us. , OHIO, she had been culled to the sick bed of her peatmen ITbe great Bpcrlnltit, There has been a great deal of sickness Wo were shown a short time ago a pair father, Col. Veach. ftn Mnrtlfum. rVicRiiltntinn and P.minhlftt trpa. here (or several weeks past, and the measles pincueis iiiaiie oe Mr. uiiiik upayue out ol WHWVWWWVAAft WaWMWWM Mrs. Rebecca Crockett had eight sheep are still around to an alurining extent. a solid block ol wood. They were cut so killed last week, supposed to be the work ol II Farmers nre loosing a great many Iambs that they would woik like a pair ol iron dogs An animal such as uuihilated the Mr. on account of the extreme cold weather, pinchein and mo u peifect curiositv. VE11VOTT3 DEIULirj: in the vicinity ot Gr.ielensburg jecently UpdyUe says ho intends to present them to dogs by not preparing shelter to protect them. cay, Ind nutneiouj ot). gentleman to go in his curiosity box. could find employment in thi? section. fcoine Ed. Blythe is well pleased with his positklllful :,) lclivn result Hawk Eyh. Mr?. Ella Coleman left lust Monday for from youthful ludhcr: nt Shelbyville. He says about seeing tion her home in Owensboro, alter a visit to her crcr train woik. Da 5 his girl, its a long time between drinks. Belle Point. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Freeman. not y tiad temprlJOTiliIlo B'ich Shelby county is getting every old outShe was accompanied by her nephew tern. MM twinj Imposed co by prticntloui claims ol house tilled with new comers. Some renters thc,so tthcr rcmollcj for circuUncle Henry Mitchel'and Gen. Pence are Master Willie Chambers, who will reside ABadicalCurs troublci. Oct our freo in the future. as high as fifty dollars per acre both better this week. with her are paving FOB lar anl trial packagj an J learn Important facu befora rent, prelering thut to giving half. Miss Rosa Crockett, daughter of B. E. SPERMATORRHEA taklns treatment eUetib'ia. Miss America Arherton has returned 1 iAo a remedy that bu cured of tobacco has been from a it to shelby county. A large acreage Crockett, deceased, who was adopted by triou'&cdi, an", does Dot In tcrfera with attention tobusl plunted winter crop but a still larger one Mr. Whitman, from the Louisville Baptist IMPOTENCY. negi or causo pain or incon Mr. Dave Allison, who has been sick for Orphan's Home is visiting relatives in this, Founded on act tcnlcnoo. to tallow. Major Waddy is going to plant crlnclnlc. over S rntllln medical and npnts is improving. Tasted for OrotrttiK In for fifty, ncres and other farmers in proportion a week or more, county, the first time she has visited her old two, uiro atmllcatlon to tba yours by use la thou (catofdlieaio makes tta ipo to their farms. Miss Moggie Rogers was very sick last home since her departure, borne ten yeais Sanaa of cmm. (ino muueneo iui uncus Fore, who wns shot through week. She is convalescent now. Kev. John tlay. The natural funJ tlons of tiio Imroan ornn the head two months ago by a Mrs. Walker, Jim aro rcjtorca. m The following resolutions were Misses Snllie Branson, and Mattie Fisher anlmatln elements of who refused his entreaties to marry him, llfj wliKb bato been TRIAL adonted by New South Benson are visiting Iriendn at Lock No. 5. waited aro given back. PACKAGE. died last Thursday. A po-- t mortem examChurch at 'her regular meeting lor luisiness patlant becomes Tho Mr. Robert Nicol has built a substantial showed three buckshot and a slug ination chcrful ann (uu itrcujia rapidly. erun innrp.ft crossing in front of his blucksmith first Saturday in March, lb'84, viz: of lead imbedded in his bruin. So much for htone Jlc&vlved, That the thanks of this Church ChemUU. fchop. HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'f g Mo. loving in vain. are due, and hereby tendeied, the followinu S0C$ Korth 10th St., St. louli, 97, Mr. Morris Cupels, jr., has been confined Churches, which have kindly oll'ered us the Your Switzer correspondent seems to infer One Mouth? Treatment, (3 j 2 uonths.$5 : 8 months, were too old to attend to his bed lor some time. He is improving use ol their houses of worship, viz: Baptist that Punch and Judy Church, Frauhfort, Christian Church, Alton, and enjoy the ball at Alton. They were slowly. there without mistake, ami persouuud Kip The singing next Thursdny evening will Franklin I'resbyteiian Church, Cedar Chapel Methodist Church; that a copy of these Van Winkle and old Mrs. llip. To have be at the residence of Mr. M. II. P. resolutions be presented for publication in seen Punch one would have thought it was jr. the Frankfort Roundahout By order ol old tip himself, especially when he was Mr. Hardie Robinson left for Kansas Church, Titos. Fakmeii, Moderator. invited to take a drink, lie had sworn off 0. H. Pakbust, Clerk. but he "wouldn't count dis one." He re- City, Mo., Tuesday where he will spend mm siii ini sembled old Kip more next morning looked this year in college. in an raBBaHtis ii A grand concert will be given in the like he had slept old Rip's twenty years, or Our town can be counted solid for Jas. D. Franklin Presbyterian Church next Thurshad been playing ten nights in a Moore for jailor and almost solid for Jno. day and Friday evenings, March Kith and TLD5S without any sleep. His head looked us W. Gaines for sheriff. 14th, near this place. Doors open at (J though it had worn out eight or ten bodies, Appetite Robert and Jeff. Lewis will rtin their o'clock, peiformance begins at 7 o'clock. I stop, we must respect old age, Admission twenty-fiv- e cents, children under farm this year. They arc buying up calves it rax A correspondent in last week's issue wrd and pigs to stock it with. twelve years of age half price. The proarronaTi Gaines would be your rext sheriff. We ceeds will be used iu the erection of a school Mr. Buckner Littlepnge, of Anderson building in this town. Education being a will bet him a complimentary ticket, to the SELLERS & CO. pjioppmo.9s. pirrsmunmH. m. next centennial that he don't know. If he county, was the gitest of 'Sir. Fisher at the subject of vital importance, we need hardly does he wont tell. His remark brings to Lock, one day last week. bespeak for the entertainment a liberal put- Juti i6-tom-cat- Bridgeport. JSEW PLANING MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD lluving recently added to bis Establishment First-Cla- ss I W. T. ROMAN, STAPLE Pinning Mill, I i? Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Moldisf ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Mayl5.tr. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. Bkcwn, M. D '! Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Offico st Surgeons, n-3t- n. FR A.NKFORT, thoKY. and residence next door to Baptist Church, St. Clair street. DRS. ELY CHINN, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. The direct line and popular route between Central Kentucky, and the North, East and Weit via Cincinnati. Quick Time, Close and Sure Connections. TIME TA1JLE IN EFFECTSUNDAV, Oct TRAINS SOUTH. STATIONS. No. 111 111 MARRIAGE A 28. 1883. No. No, 18 Lvc . prof. Wm Arr Paris. . . Lvc.l'aris Arr Lexington Covington . Falmouth . Cytitlii.ma . . . 8ra a in 3 00 p m 9.35 a 4.35 P m 5.38 p m 10.40 a 11.15 a m 1 in 12 05 p m 1. .1 so HAREIS'lj .&&& live, I'aris. Lvc. Millcrsburg , , Lvc. Carlisle 700pm Arr, Maysville. . . . 8.30 p m Lvc. Paris iz. 75 a m 6.20 p , 12.50 p in " Winchester . 6 00 i m " Richmond.. . . 2.15 p m 9.10 p m 12,45 p m Lancaster.. . , m P 4.20 p m Arr. Stnnlnrd Jnnct, 400 p m 5 00 p m 111 6 20 p li' 6,20 p in jvio p m 6,20 p m 0.40 p m TRAINS NORTH. STATIONS. Lve Stanford Junct.l .L,M!iwiM(;r , . vi-- y No. No. 3. No 17 ununi-moiis- lv I Winchester Arr, Paris Lve. Maysville " Carlisle Richmond . . .... . . 7.50 8.15 . , . 7,20 8.15 Arr vParls 8,15 Lve. Paris. Cyntliiana,. , , 8,50 " Falmouth. . . . 9,55 Arr. Covington . , , 11.30 " Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. ..... Lvc.tl.einrton .... " Coo a mj 12,45 7.2a a ni 3.25 8. 15 a m 3.10 6.co a m 12.40 7,30 a in 3.08 .1 111 ii. 24 11.00 n m 3 29 3.10 3.10 3.10 3.48 4 55 a a a a in m in rn 11 m a m 2.1; 6,30 a p p p p p p p p p p p p p a m 1. 15 p m in 2.10 p in m 6.00 pMn m ni m in m ni m m m m m m., . . . Will-iam- s, gaMM i arrives Maysville No. 25 leaves Lexington 6 00 a. in., arrives Maysville 900 a, ni, No. 27 leaves Lexington 5.25 p. m., 8 30 p, in. jg?L in bar-roo- m No. 27 leaves Maysville 6 00 a. ni., arrives Lexington 9 to a, m. No, 28 leaves Maysville 12.40 p, in., arrives Lexington 00 p. in, No. 6 leaves Covington 5 :o p. m., arrives Falmouth 7,2op. in. No, 5 leaves Falmouth 6.15 a, m, arrives Covington 8.10 a. 111. Nos. 3 and 4 run daily between Richmond, Lexington and Covington; all others daily except Sunday. Hpeciul XluteH to HmiaranU. For tickets, rates, call on or address time-card- K connections, etc,, RE T. SWIFT, Agent, Lexington, Ky. CHAS. L. RROWN, Gcn'l. Pass, and Freight Agent. O. W. BENDER, Supt. Covington, Ky. V 'J-- ly ' f t ' , t l - '.v.