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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ill W H ; Volume mifm, frrrmrnii VI ' FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 30, - mmy ii'i 1882. nini mi Number 2. iinmni inwinii i mini unrinmiii I minim mil in"" n in '"iTifiT-'-r-ffTTr-'fiT- T i a n1 nrtmrr r r ipiiwiii m ttttwtbttti iniiii nm iiminnimiwi iiiimi n i'ii BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes the prreat gun of the fall season of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I DAVIS returns from the Bast with Mary's Lamb on a Now Principle. Mollio ha I alittlornm ns black as iv rubber shoo, And everywhere that Mollio wont, ho emigrated Bridgeport. Mrs. Colon Jones te quite ill. Old Uncle Winston Vnughan is very much indisposed. Mrs. Allen Hamilton has been quite sick, but is better now. Sorghum making is in full blast. Crop below an average. Born. Sept. 24th, 1S82, to Ollie Scant-lan- d and wife, a son. Sam. Parrent, who has been quite ill, is ible to be out again. Miss Alma Scofield paid a visit to friends in Louisville last week. Mis Addie Crockett has returned from a NEW DEPARTURE too. the folks hilarious grew To sen him walk demurely into Deacon Allen's The Duiicon quickly let his angry passions And gavo it an unchristian kick between s'id brown eyes. This Inndod r.imuiy in tlio nNIo; tho Deacon lowed fast, And raised his foot again; alas! that first was his last, For Mr. Sheep walkod slowly back, about a p"W. Ho went with hor to church one ilay a stock bought for and at prices that will astonish you. Ho oflers no fabulous impossibilities SPOT CASH riso, the fol- ORMANj Wholesale and retail dealers in kick rod But The Best Soda Wafer there sheep, Hut several Unit just piled them visit to friends at Purrington. in a heap. Then rushfd they straightway for tbo door with Miss Bettie Wilson is visiting friends in corns Ion;; and loud. Graefenslitirg, Shelby county. While rummy struck tho hindmost man and Mrs. Henry Sargent is visiting her shoved him thiouuh tho crowd. St. Clair Street, Murray Building, Tho .Minister hail often heard that kindness mother's family in Boone county. would subduo FRANKFORT, KY. Sept. 303m. Rev. II. F. Middlclon, of this plnce, Tho llreest beast. "Alia!" ho said,"!'!! try that gnmo on you." preached at North Benson Church last SunAnd so h- - kindly, g.ntly callod, "Come, rummy, day. ram my, ram, Mrs. J no. Anurave has returned home To seo tho (oiks abu4o you so, I grieved and , after an absence of several sony am." days in FrankWith kind and gentle words ho cimo from that fort. tall pulpit down, . At the mule show in this town lift week Sayliig.'ltauunv, r.iniinv ram best sheep In OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., FORMERLY Mr. Charlie Mayhall carried olY the preall tho town," Tho i.iui quitu ilrrppe.il it's humble air, and rose mium. from off its feet, Mrs. Atmio Demnree, of Louisville, is And when tho Parson landed he was behind the Sueccwor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankspending several weeks with friends in this hindmost scut. fort, K.v., continues the wnteh repairing Implies nt the Iil stand. It urnmptnt'FS anil c.iroful And a hoshot without tho door, an I closed It section. uith a slam, work ho hopes to merit tlio ptitronngo of those Mr. T. R Parrent (Uncle Tom), of AnHo named u California town I think 'tw,a who ilcsiro to have thuir wntches repinreil with" 1 '! JMm." derson county, visited friends in this vicinity out ilitnngp beitiK lnno thom. Surveyors' cuu-im-requiring last week, i paired and utbor instruments clelicato :iud accurate adjustment. List of Gavsgers Assigned. Mr. J. B. Russell and wife, and W. F. RtH-e- ll took in the Louisville Exposition Tho following tire the alignments ol this week. In retiring from bu'lncsn I tako plcasuro In my entire eotilidcnco in Mr, S. Ayres. iiniifjcM's in the 7tli District, to take elk-e- l cxpri-ssit';- : Mt. Jos. Parrent and wife visited their nml from my lonp acquaintance with hi:n us n October lM, 1S82. oil, Mr. H. II. Parrent, and family in Shelworkman, do not hesitate to commend lnui as II. S. Bnnta to W. A. Gaines Co., No. by county Inst week. every wu capable of mooting tlu expectation (if my foimer natrons. 1. Miss Lillie has been in 13. F. MEEK. John Gnndinger. Jr., to John Cochran Ac Woodford countyKusell, who past week or during the Sept. Co. ami J. S. Taylor. two, has returned home. C. K. Ilatchitt to K. II. Taylor, Jr.. am! ESTRAY . Mr. ,1ns. Ilupoell nnd family, of CincinE. H. Taylor, Jr., Co., No 113, and J. N. nati, have returned home from a visit to BlukemoiP. relatives in this section. Fkankiin County, Set. B. F. Harris to G. G. White, G. G. The enlargement of the Roiwi.r,otrr is a Token up ns n stray by .T. W. French, living near Vnrtli Elkhorn, about 7 miles north cast White & Co., anil Samuel Clay, Jr., it Co. source of gratification to its many readers of Finnkfnit.ono black sow, marked with under-bi- t Long may it wave. S. D. Pinkerton to Glen Spring Dis. Co. in this .section in right car, so mo white un legs or feet, ago 3 by the undersigned, a anil Ltihrot Ac Grnhnm's. Col. T. B. Ford, Common School Comunknown, valuwl ut SI Justice il the Peace for Franklin county. Wit-ni- s II. C. IloJenhatigh to B. J. Cnrley, No. missioner, visited our school last Monday, my hand this, 2:id day ot September, 1882, official capacity. lie reports the 15, E. J. Cnrley Ac Co.No 3, Peck, Warner in an D. J. HEAD, J. P. F. C. school in a prosperous condition. Ac Co., and Warner & Reed. Fopt.HO lm. Your type in lnl week's is.iiie made us S. S. Thompson to Win. Tarr Ac Co., and say J. II. Jenkins ami wife visited friends Derhy & Day. in Woodford, Scott and Fayette counties, A.T. Todd to E. II. Taylor, Jr.. Co., No, when it should have been J. W. Jenkins In tin' City is nt and wife. 2, and V. A. Gaines is Co , No. 10G. well-direct- for the purchaser, and reopectfullj'-inviteyour inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, s Means What he Advertises. His immense STOCK is all ready And cro the Deacon could retreat ho stood him on his head. Tlio congregation then aroso nnd went for that 'tis STAPHS & FANCY GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to sell as low as any holisc in the city. All goods warranted first-clas- s. I. DAVIS, SAMUEL AYERS, J3EST BRANDS OF Fresh Oysters IJeoeived Daily From Baltimore. All other goods handled in their season. outfits. WATCH MAKEK, Hunters' complete FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Fine Breech-loadin- g CA.TL.1L, 311-- tf Shot Guns a Specialty. NOTICE! AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Sept. 303m. How ArriYingl AND FOR SALE Tipton to II. C. Clay & Co., Ford Belle Point. and II, C. Bowen. B. F. William to D. A. Aiken, Ileadly Mr Jas, A. Violett has moved to town. Ac Peck, and Stoll, Clay & Co. Miss Katie Graham is quite sck with Moirta Voider to J. A. Ilugtieley, D. L. chills and fever. TRY ALABASTINE ! Moore, Mooie it Kelistock, and J. B. It is the best tiling in use for ceilings and Thorn i.soti Mr. T. C. Hale has laid a Mone pavement or bale at walls. in froi t ot his residence. o Switzer. Mr. Ed. Brawuer, furnishes the hungry N vibtting nt Mrs. with fresh meat eveiy morning. Mi.s Emma Stone Mrn. S V. Pence visited Mrs. Olliver, SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE- Pony Smith's. mar Mi.s. Howell and Mrs Poplin ave visiting near Lewis' Ferry, the first of the week, at J. B. lIoi:keninilh's this week. Mr. Jas. D. Moore is building an addi I?ev. J. D. Bohannan, of Georgetown, tion to his residence on Kentucky avenue. preiiched to the people of North Fork last . The Steamer S. V. Penco landed at our Sunday. wharf Thutsday moriiingand supplied some Jack frost has again visited our neighbor- of our citizens with Pittsburg coal at 14 hood. Lookout, you men that have to- cents per bushel. bacco to cut. The Railroad bridge has received a new Our little town is improving very fast of coat of red paint. Captain Ilardie says he ALSO A FULL STOCK OF late. Mr. P. C. Smith has opened a wood has ordeied paint for the Benson bridge and blacksmith shop here, and will have it painted ns soon as it arrives. Mr. James Carter has improved the looks Miss LUzie Thomson, who has been of our tow n very much by repairing some of visiting the Misses Todd, at Lake Park, his buildings. May the good work htill go returned to her home in St. Louis Thurs on. day morning, accompanied by Miss Mattie Our farmers are quite busy preparing to Todd, who will remain some time. now their fall grain. Potato digging and The walk on Kentucky avenue, between culling corn are two important branches ol Todd and Major streets, is very much out industry at this time. 1 here is a town ordinance reol repair. Mr. B. TL McCoy, who came home fiom quiring owners of.property to build walks Illinois several weeks ago, on u visit, has in front of same and keep them in repair. concluded not to return but has nccepted a The Marshal should look into this. clerkship with .1. II. Swiuer, in n general Mr. Win. Coulter returned Wednesday store at tins place. from an extended trip to the Mountains, Messrs. J. M. Lyon, J. C. Hopkins, bringing with him the skin of a rattle-snak- e in Hath county. It he killed Dudley Baker, and others who visited mcuftiircd about six feet and had nine rattles Louisville on the twellth lor the purpose SCpt33"tf of witnessing the grand turnout in that city, beside the button, DUALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY were well pleased with their visit. They JfUW ARRIVALS. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP kw many wonderful things. C. D. D. Boiix. To Geo. Shackelford nnd wife, of our young men started to Church Monday, the 25th, a boy. To Augustus One Tho partnership heretofore exlftlng between last Sunday moiuiiig, but before he had Robinson and wife, Wednesday, tne 27th, M. 11. 1 Williams, Jr., uiul Wiley 0. Williams, gouo very far he was lead to believe that ho a boy. To Major F. V. Lewis and wife, 4 . in the iigriuulturul implement and grain busiF,lA.NICF,OIX,, ICY., could do more good by going elsewhere, o Thursday, tho 28th, a girl. ness, under tbo stylo ot Williams Urotbcrs, him (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) went, as his feeling directhe tinned and ? been disgtdvcd by mutunl consent. The I cordially invito you to call and examine my ed him, to visit a little sick friend across the When you have got an old horse that Now uiul 1'iesli Stock of Goods. will bo continued at tho old stand by Can be found at his oflico from SJ a. in. to 5 p. way. The dear little friend has been im- has passed tho market period, apply a bot- m. ready to do all kinds of dentul work to tho Wiley 0. Williams. M. II. P. WILLIAMS, Jh., tle of Kendall's Spavin Cure nnd the result cntiro satisfaction of tkodu viho may chosn to FRANKFORT, KY proving over since, MAIN STREET, WILKV 0. WILLIAMS. aeptO-ljulyl5-lOncb A Wixk. will be marvelous. Read advertisement, patronize him. Sep3 tf. Ed A. Ac Joe LeCompte's DBTO STORE. 1 Bo wen, AT LOWEST PRICE BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. An Bnormous Stock of JOE LeOOMPTES - I T, RiOMAN, S AND: SHO For Fail and Winter Wear. l9 M n Staple and Fancy BOOKS, STAT ElMtiY, Notions, &c, CLAIR Frankfort, Ky. ST. STREET, Our Staple and Nobby Hals CANNOT BE EXCELLED. J. W. S. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, S., BUSH, 3T7RGE01T IDEIfTTIST, .busi-nes- y m K V , 5 a Illlllllll II """,," ffmmmr 1 waaoinaBKJiHC jw wgnratggeraMaf wtawwa igtmTTwfV"f:iaaPHaywv-- arnsrargamw FRANKFORT Entered at tho nost-nfll- ROUNDABOUT. Pttjjli, ol tin-- Presbyterian Church, of which he had been a member for a number of Personal. Miss Mamie Browder is visiting in Louis7 ville. Miss Emma Morris is visiting friends in Louisville. Mr. L. W. fllorcis lying very ill with little or no hope of recovery. Mr. II. M. Buckley, of the Anderson News, was in the city Tuesday. Miss Susie Bush returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Henry county Justice John M. Harlan left Monday lo visit friends in Louisville. Miss Florence Hyatt, of Owen county, has been visiting friends in the city this week. Misses Dora Huffman mid Annie Sheets left Saturday afternoon to visit friends in Louisville. Miss Carrie Archer, of Mndison, Indiana, is visiting the family of Mr. John L. Jones, South Side. Mr. Den. G. Williams returned Wednesday to the University of Virginia, whete he will spend the winter. Mrs. 0. T. Richardson returned Friday of last week from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Rislev, in Lagrange. Mrs. II. C. Dunigtin returned Thursday from a it to her sister, Mrs. Tlios. Rodg-erin Hill county, Texas Mrs. Dr. N. .1. Sawyier has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Judge Geo. R. McKec, in Covington. . Mr. W. J. Chinn, jr., left Monday morning for Richmond, Kentucky, to atfnd school at Central University. Mr. George Ellis, of the Louisville Commercial, lias been shaking hands with his friends in this city for the past fev days. vi-s, (it Frnnkrort, Kentucky years". ai second class mailable matter. He leaves a wife and six children Mrs. Robert Christie, of Louisville, Mr. W. H. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Watson, ol Indianapolis, Indiana, Mrs. Ed-ito- r ansa. SPvi.'blicls.er. Knox Brown, ol" Owen county, and Messrs. H. Howe, Dudley, and Mis Lizzie Watson, FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 30, 18S2. of this city to mourn his loss, who have the sympathy of the entire community in A blue pencil tnnrk (X) on your paper their sudden bereavement. . indicates tliat your subscription 1ms not There was an effort made last Sunday to been paid for sonic time, and you are rc enforce the Sunday law, and as n consequested to settle nt once. quence (here were four parties before the police court, the fiist of the week, to answer TO ADVERTISERS. tfor violatim: the game, but the warrants dismissed for insufficiency of notice, The Roundabout, in were law is a pood one, why not enforce it If the its enlarged and improved condition, all the time and not make spasmodic efforts offers superior advantages to adver- at it. The sMoonists and others who sell on tisers. The fall trade is just begin- .Sunday should be given to understand that ning to open and people from all they will be punished for every infraction ol Legislature is in session or over the county are coming into it, whether the make a larcc of it by paying no not. and not town to buy their fall goods. attention to it tor months, and then suddenly Business men have an idea that order the police to report all violations of it because they and a few of the peo- lor a week or two alter some one is shot ple here in the city know where down in a drunken row on Sunday. Either enforce it all the time or repeal it. AND OYST I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. CALL AND i , ) SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. WSX-XjEAM3"2. M- - 23C. P. S, he Event of The Seascssi! Frankfort their places of business are, everybody in the county knows. This Sunday's Shooting. is a mistake. There are hundreds of people throughout the country About five o'clock Sunday nlternoon, that do not know, and theonlv wav Kit Willis, a stoneniHson, being under the for them to find out is through an influence of liquor, was standim: on the the railroad depot cursing and advertisement's in the paper they pavement at Noonan, who was not present, abusing Pat. read. GRAND OPENING OF THE NT C A i J fc.' S hm f i m a fc fcjass?' as i OF . i HERRMANN'S f onsr Thursday, Eriday & Saturday Oct 5, 6, &7, When we will show the grandest stock of Fine Millinery and Dress Goods ever seen in this city. All other departments now, complete. All goods marked in plain figures. The advantage offered by the Roundabout is its larger circulation. It claims and has a large circulation in this city and county than any other paper published. This is no idle boast but a fact that can be substantiated. This, coupled with its low advertising rates makes it' the best advertising medium for Frankfort merchants published. The most successful firms in", the city are the heavy advertisers, and those who do little or no business are the ones whose names you never see in the newspapers. These facts are offered to out-busine- men for reflection. Judicious advertising is the road to wealth. Death of Another Old Citizen. Mr. John Watson. Cashier of the Deposit Bank, was taken Saturday with a severe attack of indigestion, and was confined to bed until Sunday afternoon, when he attempted to vomit in order to relieve himself l his suffering, and in the effort hurst a blood ve.el in his head, which caused apoplexy, from which he died at 8 o'clock that night. His wife was in Richmond, Kentucky, visiting her mother, and knew nothing of her husband's illnew until the sad intelligence of his death i cached her. Three of his children were with him, however, and together with anxious friends used every elfort tonllayhissuffVring. Thedeceased was born in Woodford county, April 1817, and con sequenlly was 05 last April. He came to this city when very young, and after leaving school entered the office of his brotherin-luMr. Philip Swigert, who was the Circuit Clerk of this county, where he served as deputy clerk, lor feevern tear?. He afterwards entered into a partnership with Mersrs. Jacob and Philip Swigert, under the firm name of John Watson A Co., years owned, which linn for twenty-fiv- e built and ran a line of steamboats upon the Kentucky river, among which wete the Bob Letcher, Blue Wing, Nos. 1 ami 2, Ago, Oliver Anderson, Sylph, ami Tom Metcalfe. He afterwards became the agent of the Frankfort Woolen ami Cotton Millh Company, and managed the biisiucsi of thobe institutions until lSGli, when Gen. Kirby Smith's Division of the Confederate Army took possession ol this city and conworth of jeans and fiscated S8o,000 in the warehouse liusey which was stored of the Company, which so crippled it financially that the mills were never run again by them. In 1S08, when the Deposit Bank of Frankfort was organized, he was elected Cashier, and continued in the position till the day of his death. He was a just and cotrect man in all his dealings, a true friend, a kind and affecand father, and a good tionate citizen. His loss will be greatly felt in this community. His funeral took place Tuesday moring from his late residence, the being conducted by Rev. J. W. , I bu-band lor having made him pull down a portion ol a null at the "0. F. C." Distillery, which he hud not put up properly, John Xoonnn (Fox), who was passing at the time, heard Willis' remarks and told him that if he hud anything to say about Pat. he should go ami say it to his lace, and not talk behind his back. Without further provocation Willis struck at Noonan, when he was knocked down by that young man, and as he pot on his leet again drew a pistol and began shooting at his assailant, who jumped out in the street and picked up a rock. The first shot went wide of the mark, and as he was firinsr the second time Noonan struck him with a rock, again knocking him down, and savinir himself from receiving the bullet, as it also misled him and inflicting a slight llrsh wound in the arm of a colored man from Woodford county, who was standing ncross the street. Officer Hyde here appeared on the scene and stopped further proceedings by taking Willis to jail, lie waiveu an examining inai .non- day, and was held in 50 bond to appear before Circuit Court, in default of which he was returned to jail. Hon. Jnuies W.Tate and daughter, Miss Mona, returned from White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Wednesday Morn ing. Miss Nora Harrison, who has been visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis, the past two weeks, will leave for her home in Versailles this morning. Eugene Evans, ., editor of the Lexing. ton Fair Play, was a visitor til the session of the Colored Methodist Conference in this city on Tuesday Miss Mollie Berrvman, of Versailles, who has been visiting Mrs. J. B Lewis the past two weeks, left Tue.-da-y afternoon lor Louisville to visit friends. Mr. Alex. C. Hensley left Thursday evening for the Theological Seminary ne.'ir Alexandria, Virginia, where he will spend the next year fitting himself to enter the Episcopal ministry. Mr. Wm. Gray, of Lancaster, is visiting his son, Mr. John T. Gray, near this city. Although his SOth birthday was Thursday ol last week, he looks a6 hale and is as active as most men nt fifty. E.-q- OlsTE PRICE TO A.LL. -- All invited to attend. HARRIS & HERRMANN. Proprietors Arcane. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ft Groceries, PISHING Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, "Buchupaiba." ney, TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kid1. Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Mrs. Johanna Burns, widow of the late Druggists. STKEET, KY. Edward Burn", died at her residence on First-clas- s Broadway Tuesday night, at 10 o'clock, aged S.M'earp. The deceased wiJ born in Itelandbtit had been a resident of this city for many year. Her tineral took place Sept 3.3 m. from the Catholic Church, ol which she had long been a devoted member. Thursday nlternoon, and her remains were followed to WOULD respectfully invite the citizens of Frankfort and vicinty to call nt the old stand of their lnot resting place bj a large concourse REPAIRER AND ENGRAVER. and examine J. R. Graham & Sons in Major Hall building, next door to the of sorrowing relatives and triends. She was my large and complete stock of fine furniture, which I am ottering at twice married and leaves two children by Han removed his establishment to the opposite, eltlc of MrDan. Meagher, sr.,' of this the fir.-citv, and Mr. Con. Ryan, of Dubnke, Iowa, Snint Clnir Slroet, Frankfort, Ky I also have on hand a lot of first class and one by the second, Mr.. A. Fahay, of Where bo keeps constantly on hand a full and thi- - citv. complete stock of FOEEIGN FETJITS, &C, ANN FBANKF01T, FURNITURE. ME310 VAL ! Grocery always Everything kept in a on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None taut the best goods sold. I PH6LSP SELBERT, 1'ost-offic- t, -. VSERY LOW FIGURES F02& OASS2. WHICH . Trull, Grapevines A parncus l'huils, and everything found in u first-clanursery estulilWlimont. Wu employ no ngentf, but pjlvo our commisDr. Satn'l Ayres, who has succeeded Mr. B, F. Meek in the watch repairing and sion direct to tho planter. Wo refer to our old patrons. Our now catalogues M'ill bo sout on jewelry business adveitises in this issue application. II. F. JIILLKNMHYEK, that he is ready for business and invites our nop 0 tf Lexington, Ky. citizens to call nud. see him. lie is a gening. ss WATCHES, CLOCKS, The Lexington trotting races begin Tuesday, October lOih, and continue four days. Railroad rates have been reduced to two GOLD and and a half cents per mile on all the roads running into Lexington, ami an extra train which he U telling ut tho lowest cash prices, sept. 30 3 in. will leave Lexington fr,r Louisville on Frb evening, October 13th, after the races day In all its branches a specialty. are over, thiin giving persons fiom this citv an opportunity to go up in the morning, May attend the races and return at night. Col. J'. Pepper's Cntchllyand Code, and Maj. II. C McDowell's Farce and Fugue are all entered in thedilleient events of the meet- ASUl'HKIOU stock of Fruit and Ornamental SILVERWAEE, I AM OFFERING AT COST, UNDERTAKING Orders promptly attended to. FHUIT TREES. FALL OF 1882. R. ROGERS. 20-ii- . tleman of long experience in tho businefs and is highly leconmiended both in Danville, where he has lived the greater portion of his life, and by Mr. Meek, who has known him for years. Call ami see him. The meeting at the Baptist Church is still in progress and Rev. J. M. Weaver will remain until next week and assist the pastor, Rev. J, M. Lewis. So far there have been nineteen additions to the Church, seventeen by confession and three by letter. The congregations which attend nightly arc very large and attentive. Dudley Institute. rpilK JL Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITING AND TBOWStiSING. COME AETD LBAV32S 'STOUi OEIDEB. 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the ( latest styles. cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. M" 50 Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned Saturday. Leave your packages at the store. SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF Dudley Inslituto will begin Monday, Sep. tembcr 11th, 1882. l'uoi'. Tuiinkk will be ufeslnted by Mit. It. W. Towkon, u graduate of tho University of Virginia, and n toucher of experience, highly commended by hid patrons. Tonus for gossion of twenty weeks. Primary Department $20 00 25 00 Intermediate Department.. !J7 00 Collegiate Music and painting at tcachor's rates. No extra charge for French or German. m CRUTCHERmam STARKS. vranhjort street, ami Lexington. I rymrftmnrrxi rMawgjrmiBBjwwwwMuti.aiijtfcauiMUH ltuv, Oc-'i- . 0. Burlaw is eoinluctinj: u 'meeting in Mcloilcnti Hall, Cincinnati, Foit Rknt Tlirec front room.-- , located on Lewis street. Apply to Mr.. Humphrey snwxTBcrjjtTscvvrr.jirr.r.-j F1MNKFGRT ItOUNDABOUT. .10. 1HS2. Our Bargains RonM Comprise a Line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. I(AKKFOET, SMPTEMUKR lIbest mama pier of tlit! Wooden liriilgc receiving some much needed rtp:iir.. TI10 Soutli Evans. 19 m eityahd cbuhtt i TO TRAVELERS. Commeni.injj Monday, May 15, the followinc; ime table will tic in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for tliN Me.?rs. Holier! 11. Frniiklin I'osey Imvc Ibrmetl a itml W. H. in the Hsu "Daixy," flic Long Ilrnncli Hut at McChiro's. Chew Dundy. F01 yiKff Q itisurntict lninc?.. sale at Kendall'u to- o GO point. TBAtXB NORTH. Fresh oysters at J. M. Banta's The lively little Frankfort favorite, Katie Putnam, will appear at Major Opera. Hotce day. on the 9th No. No. 20 No. Sj No. 2) s Leave Louisville. , Leave Frankfort. 8:,20 Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 A.M. of Octoher. Mllli-cienlly . . . 7:00 A.M. 3:10 ! M. 5:00 r. m. 6:301'. M. TltAISS 5:47 p, m. p. 10:27 A. M m. ftrr. at HOltTlt. Frankforlos 6:so 0:30 1'. ', r. M. m m. ITon. W, C. Ort ens has recovered Ironi his recent illness to lie utile to meet Ii!k opponent upon the slump again. A room on the sectftul floor. Foit Hunt Apply to I. Davis. -H leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. 1.011.9:00 a. M. r. M. io. ro .. .. .. 0:25 a.i'. m. 9:30 a.i'. m. 12:01 p. m. No. at M. M. 2:00 6:15 3:13 Train No. 23 makes connection for Cincinna i, nr- rivinr there at 12:14, P- - "' '" tn k s eminuctio from Cincinnati, leavmn there at 3:15, p. in., nrriv" ing at Frankfort at 8:1,5, p. 111. E. P. MIVAN, Agent. No. No. Lcxi Rtrtn. 17 23 . t.ravc A 7:00 M. Frank ort. 8:t! A. M. I. ave Arrive at Louisville. to:; A. M. An excursion train will ran from Louis.Suits made at the lowest figures and in ville to Cincinnati to morrow for the hene the best stvle it Berbericli's. (it of who wish to attend the Bunien meetings in that city. Go mid sou tlm J.ong Brnneh Hat o Nice Unc of hosiery Bros. at Griffin o o Eh Elder John 1. Kodgera ha heen conducting a piotracttd meeting at the Grnsc-Finest assortment of dolls at J. .Springs Church the past two weeks and The laying of the gas mains in South there have been fifteen additions to the M. Banta's. Frnnkiort has been pushed" rnuidlv this Church. You can buy choice beef at ten cents pe week. pound by calling on Dick Crutcher ut tie The great fall opening at the Arcade will 4t There will he thiiteen show at Major take place next Thursday. No lady should Market House. nt It. K. M'H1 lire & Bro'.s. The cheapest place in the city to buy Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warChina, Wooden-warBaskets, Char s Chromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking hi Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Cartridges, Stationery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, O also miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in front of our store e, H- -3 TO RE e, Cent o o no fcJ Tin-war- e, f -d o FRUITS smd VEGETABLES, OYSTERS AND FISH. WE ALSO HAVE A NICE STOCK OF H3 S--H ahottt three forget it, but be on hand to select her fall a week. bonnet or purchase one of the many patterns. Come in and pay you city taxes before Monday night, or you will be ruled out ( a The Governor paidoned three colored vote at the next cilv election. men out of the Penitentiary Wednesday, who were sent from Kenton county on the Last Kuiidav the city was literally full of clinrge of attempted rape. It in now believed colored people in attendance upon the Afrithat they are innocent ol the crime. We heard of only can M. 13. Conference. one row. The renders of the Lexington dailies arc treated every day to something like this: ., George V. Bain, of Louisville, the a plan (or the great temperance Itcturer, will probablv lie "We nrenformed will not be decided upon new court-hmtthe Prohibition candidate lor Governor of (or a week or two " Slow Lexington. this State at the next August election. Through the influence of Senator John A second-hanclothing house will shortly S. Williams, the due bills that have been be opened in this city, and the boys will liehl (or eight mouths by working men (or have a chance to sell their summer overlabor performed on the Kentucky river, coats and invent in a last year's ulster. have been ordered p.iid bv the Secretary ol Dr. Ely, of Madison, Indiana, has re- War. moved to this city with his family, and will Farmers should be on the lookout for locate for the purpose of practicing his prohorse thieves. Within the last two week fession, lie has rented the Orphans' Home six horses have been stolen in this and adproperly on the South Side. joining counties, and it looks as though a o. Now that the new gas mains are all laid gang of these rascals was operating in this on f his side of the river, and the fewer re- section of the Slate. paired at the intersection of Main, it is to At the meeting of Capital Lodge. No 0, be hoped that St. Clair stieet will have a I. 0. 0. F., Monday night, the following chance to settle down once more. Past Grands were elected to represent the The Secretary ol the Treasury has accept- Lodge in the Grand Lodge, which meets at ed the site selected by the Commissioners Winchester on the 24th of October: E. for the new Government building, and we Whitesides, Rev. ,T. M. Lewis, C. A. Nelmay expect soon to see the work of tenting son, and 0. Shubinski. away the Valley Mills begun to make room It is to be regretted that so old a citizen for it. of this city uh Mr. B F. Meek has disponed If there is a uumg man in Frankfort of his buMncs" here and determined to remove that wants to buy a good building lot on either to Louisville or Lexington. He has which to cr'ct him a neat little cottage (or many years been one of the prominent li )iue, he should call at this otlice, for we business men of the city, honorable, prompt, can sell him one that will euit both his and reliable in all his dealings, and our city jmrseand fa new can ill afford to loe so valuable a citizen. new-dresE-qy se d Opera EIoihc during October For neat fitting suits go to Berberich, the hois tailor. o -d s Cashmeres at rock bottom prices at Griffin Bros. Chew Gulden Holt. dall's. Iff m For sale at Ken- FRENCH CANDIES. I tsS - -- Large lot ol elegant oil paintings nt t r nuesiues x .utifewuirtj. I. - o SO can't be beat. The fall stock ol suiting u Berberich's Call and examine them. Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, O'BRYAPJ & BAOTA. f-3 EC tei o Flannels extra cheap at Griffin Bros. Eanta sells sugar, coffe, tea and canned goods. We Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent One. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. HANDKERCHIEFS riety at Griffin Bros.' in endless va- New cracked wheat and oat meal at Banta's. Cashmeres at rock bottom prices at Griffin Eros. Where do you gel your bread ? At Mrs. J. Bohannan's; she keeps the best in the cilv. S. As executor of tliu l.ito Jnincs B. Huberts, I i.irti'rr ui iptaiiIM) log, ..ii i... nij uti luv jul 11 iii. fuv, lui.iJit, ioqo 't;w tun V $13 00 fnrm upon which h resided, containing about xiOUgn iJUUClmg Lumber - iw) iiitcs, and located upon t ho F.irmdiiie nnd Clear Dres3ed Woather-boardin- ? - 15 00 Uinlgeport pike, two miles from Hri.lgeport, geconJ tatfl 20 00 IIOOHOg Thero is a eomfort.il.le tramo dwcllitu: of six - 25 00 Kate iloonng- rooms, barn, and nil neceSMiry out tirstbuil lin'i upon the premises. For lurthcr infor- Latn3 2 00 mation address Tho prices nro for lumber loaded on cars in VM. SCOFIKLD, Ex'n, this city. ?epl23-4t- . Itridgt por', Ivy. ....11 Ice-hou--- Cheap Lumber BUILDING LOHFOR SALE. Kight building lots, well located in South) HUGHES & DUNIGAN. augl9-G0- d Wnlcutt. Piano for rent. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie irariKtort, wiitun two Mjuares o: t!iu briugo, :ire oflorcd for sale on easy terms, anu Jow figures. Inquire at this otlice. Mis My Farm For li ! A farm of good bottom land, containing 92 acres, well improved, with good orchard and out house, located within a half mile of tho Owen-to- n Bros. pike, on Main Elkhorn, and within tho same distance of two churches, mill and school hnu.se, Prunes, dried peaches and apples I havo u few hundred bushels of pure Silver is offered for sale at a bargain. near, a fcrcrnru faiupio 01 wnicn tooit wiiau For information apply to H, 0. 0HTJE0H. at Banta's. tho first prftniiiiu for wliilo wlicul at Col, . on adjoining farm. which I oIIVt at SI 23 per bushel. thor, Why is Mrs. Bohannan's bread the best? Samples will be sent on application, Aug. Because she uses the best material and has JACOI5 jsWIOKHT, sej.t2:5 2t Spring Station. first class workmen. Sale. Nice line of hosiery at Griflin Pi em mm When t IJow-man's 2i)-li- m Two Farms For Gorkins for Banta's. pickles at J. M. ) Our next issue will contain a list of all GRAND OPENING. Largest and cheapest line of the registered voters in the city who will Jeans iiTthe city is at Griffin jJios.' The ladies are especially invited to attend be entitled to vote at the next city election, and it will not require so very much space the gtand opening of fall and winter pattern Skinny Men. v to insert them either, as not more than hats and bonneta at P. Newman's EDUCATION, "Wells' Health Henewer" restores health store, on Thursday, Get". oili,'when all and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, about one hundred have tegistered in each the Parisian and New York styles will be Sexal debilitv. 1. ward. s exhibited. Mrs. Maggie J. Hallnun would Mrs. Nancy A. Ilinton, window of the Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' be pleased to have all the ladies call, as she late Thos. Minion, died Sunday afternoon has made every effort, in selecting her stock, Best bread is to be had of Mrs. S. J at her residence, near Grassy Springs Ladies, call and Ilohannan. Try a loaf of it. to please the lastidious. Church, in Woodford county, after a lingerconvince yourselves. ing illness in the 7"th year of her ne. Sept. 30 It. Flannels extra chcup ait Griffin The funeral took place Tuesday morning Bros. from her late residence. The examining trial of Frank IJghert, Have you seen thoc line oil paintings at charged with the murder of Officer Jerry Lee, On Saturday the Commonwealth and the Whitesides it McEunn's. was begun at the Monday mornCommissioners of the Sinking Fund entered ing before Inquires McDonald and ltohaunan. suit against Mcsm-s- Jones fc Boweu and The ilncst line of flannels in the Hohanuan was sworn oft' the bench and the their securities, Mevrs. G, W.Craddock, .1. city at Griflin Itrr.s. wk case adjourned over until Tuesday for the purV. Jones, W. T. B. South, B. W. Ay res, securing another magistrate. Tuespose of Mrs. UohannanV biead is pronounced by and others, for forty thousand dollars due day the com l met and took a recess until 2 the State for the hire of the convicts in (lie o'clock i the afternoon, when Esquire S. M. epicures and invalids to be the btst in tho penitentiary. Tiasley, of the Bridgeport distiict, was called city. THE MOST Too much limine cannot be given chief to sit in the casd with Esquire McDonald, JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON diMOVcred, .0 it USUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever J dov uot elteet-ccrt.un la Muter. UKAU PROOF lll.LOW. Alo evtellcitt and the examination proceeded with. The veiy cheup at Grillin Bros.' of police, Hyde, for the.ellictent manner in . for human m which he is discharging the duties of that evidence was concluded yeterday, and the PROM The sweetest and whitest bread at Mrs. otlice. The police force of Frankfort has case continued until Monday. .J. Bohannan's. S. COL. L. T. long needed regulating, and it seems that Mr. John Triimbo was driving u Youngitown, Ohio, May loth, 18S0. Mr. Hyde i'b to bethe regulator. Mr, HvdeV a11 J cxtr had a ery Dr. I!. I. Kkmiall ."i Co., lleut-- : W team, attached to a loaded wagon, on .ilaablc ri.iinMctoiii.in colt tli.it I pricd very liildy, course is receiving the approbation of nearly cheap at Grillin Bros.' he had a l.ir.;i; hone k.aiii un oitu joint and a intali his (arm, near this city, Wednesday morning one on the other which ni.ulo li tin very lame; . had all of our citizens. veterinary surgeons tho cliarue of when in going up i steep ascent the horses Foit Sai.k, Desirable residence on Holmes hint under tc cure him. Itwo one ilay reading the who failed w.i He attempted to make them pull street. For information Mr. Philip Selbert has removed his bulked. apply to Mrs. C advertisement of Kendall's Si.i in Cure in the Chicago Kxpros, deterimned .it once to try it nnd watchmaking an jewelry establishment up the h ill when they backed the wagon A. Prentiss, on the premises. yet our drutlKist" here to scud for it, they ordered would three bottles; took them all and thought across the street from the old stand he has over a h i"h embankment, and in the fall them a thorough trial, Used it according to diAll the grocers sell Mrs. S. J. Bohannan's liive llie horses' back was broken and rections and the fourth day the colt ceased to he been occupying for the lasl ten years, and lame and the lumps have disappeared, used hut is now established in the room lately ccem it killed! attvgtly, while the other was so bread. one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps is entirely and as smooth as any horse in the state. He pied by Mr. Thos. Holder, which has been badly iJ'tliutit is thought will befit remarkable that I let two of Tho ilncst lino of Jlumiels in tho cured. The cure was o remaining two bottles, who my neighbors have tho up and repaired for the pur lor it should live. Mr. Trumbo neatly fitted Very Respectfully, are now using it. city at Griflin Hras. L, T. KOs'l ER. j06c. New cases have been put in for the was tflPtTol t ot the wagon and fell on ..uu ' ' c liorfcs nnd very badly bruised up, display of his already full stock of goods UIIO u. "Rough on Rats." and everything is neat and inviting. Call oneojjVjiis ribs )l'n& bent in. lie considers Send for illustrated circular giving positive proof, Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, have it or can get it for you. Price Si. him and purchat-- a diamond ring himsdfiQi'tunafe that lie e:caped with hia and skunks, chipmunks, gcndiers. Dr. 1!. J. All druggists Co., Proprietors, Uuoaburgh Kendall & '25c. JDniggista. life. or set of peurls for your sweetheart. falls, Vt. Milli-ner- o I wish to ell my farm, containing 2t30 acres of land, 5 miles west ot Frankfort, on L. 0. & L Hailroiid, in view of Benson Lepot. It has a TWELFTH SCHOOL YEAH BEGINS SEPT. 4. '82. two s'ory frame dwelling, with tivo rooms, two hall, porch, kitchen, closets, Ac.; a number-on.Ml youth of good manners and morals well in feet of family room; two lasting welcomed a. pupils, but wo espcciallj pprings in 70 yards of the houe; servant's house, desire such as upprcci.ito a meat house, cpring and wheat house, a largo crib Jind stable, cow house, and 11 tobacco barn 11 lent tmtiiru, tc'r deep : two tenement house, and miii l.c induced to make e truest and sustain all in good repair. This farm can be divided, and ed cfl'ort? to obtain if. I will sell ltli) ueros or tho whole very low. Also We strive to givu more vaiua than wo receive inothe.- - farm of tij notes, with now frame house, ami in this way leave thn community, and, if 4 tooiiis, 2 ha!K and kitchen and a largo barn. I oPMtue. cacti pntrou iutlcbtcil to us. I otl'er a bargain. Come and see. The Music and Art departments will continue P. K. PATTIE, in charge of Jlirs M. Theresa Stuvcn. specialauglO.Ilm Uenson Depot. ties : painting on China, Satin, .to. iNEW A full corps of teachers engigcd. For Circulars, Ac., apply to either of tho undersigned. S. (5. STKVENS, Prinilinil. auj;19.2m J. N. CRL'TCHKK, SmrtUiry. 1 Voice-trainin- IlllIEKflSIffll! PLACING MILL. J. M.WAKEFIELD Having rcoently added to his Establishment First-Clas- Court-Hous- e . s riimini? Mill, to furnish MSHS it-- , Is now prepared nil kinds of y,ks,Uite,Msliig ALSO s , .111 Scroll Work. Stair Work May 15 tf. & Turning tlc-h- Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. FOSTER. . two-hors- e Hosiery I WM. CROMWELL, Attoniey-at-LawAND , 1 1 Hoal Will !E3i;ae In tho courts of 1 1 1 1 till iidBlH l'ninklin and tho counties, and will also give special attention to the purohaso and salo of real estate, collection of routs, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Oflieo opposite Court House. adjoining practice Agent, Juno 25-l- y. Kendall's Spavin Cure. COALSCOAL! ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKL1N. r bed-bug- H iSatTEJBK31 '. iuiiw im h.ihhw wii in vjMxxAsae!Kmu.4ut!J.J,Jiaiummx3HTmmmtn it-- v- - The proprietors of Kendall's Spavin Cure tensively used in malarial districts, whether tlemcn who were so zealous in getting this infamous clause inserted in our city charter. challenge the whole world to produce ! in cities or in the country, than any or all A Mechanic. equal usn cure for rheumatism or any other other remedies lor the cure of the same class deep sealed pain. It stands without u of disease. No one can afford to trifle with There will lie serviceh nt the Presbyterian the first svmntoms of malaria, but instant rival. Advertised Letter. Church this morning at 11 o'clock. care should be taken to check it on the ;- start before its evil influences overshadow INVISIBLE POISON. Fkankiokt, Kv., September :0, 1SS2. Mr. E. Power's tin and stove More will the life. bo connected with the Telephone Exchniij;e Baxter, Annie 2 Moriand, HevChns How it Works Its Way Into the Bush, Mis Amanda McDowell Jus His number will be 04. Body and How to Counteract it Bent Icy, 1) Kohson, Lizzie Simeson. Bnzil Mr John Mengher lin. purchased of Col. Harbee. Joshua 3 Sullivan. Miss Dontiic Une of the great scourges of the present 3. I. M. Major the building on Main street Crutcher, 1'oht G Craw lord. Ben Sliauuaham, Mary year in nil parts of America bus been occupied by Messrs. Mnrsbiill & Mengher, Craig, Willie innlarirh This is a trouble so irencheroiw Smith, V it Co for $3,500 cash. Dickinson, Mildred Slurard, W A in its nature and so dangerous in its results s& ST. DLiAIR STKUJUT, Fergus Mrs Mildred A Tin lor, liorsha as to justly cnusc apprehension whenever The Colored Fair ha been in progress in Green, Miss Arrie Ho two en But there are so many flffifr&A Taylor, E A it lias nppeared. MAIN AND BROADWAY. Brown's wood?, near this city, this week. Hay, Miss Jliliu Veniible, David erroneous ideas upon the subject that a Ki Wootlside, John are in order at a time when people The attendance has. been tolerably good Johnson, Stanly Kerns cnnatnntlv on hand W ebster, Lucy -Lines, James are subject to malarial inlluenees. cloths, docsklne, nnd tho newand the animals shown up to the average. Lucy, It II Wootson, Dicky Malarin, which means simply bud nir. is est styles of fancy French It will close this afternoon. Ho is prepared to make Say advertised when calling for these the common name of a class of diseases which arise from spores ol decaying vegetann on short notice, nnd letters. J. G.IIatchitt, P. M. The teachers of the Public School were ble matter thrown ofi'froin stagnant pools Klres perfect titling garments, stylish nnd com given a holiday by the Commissioners yesjuiyi,oiii or piles of vegetation undergoing decomposi- lortiiiilo. Dr. Morris Evans tion. These spores when inhaled with the terday, and most ot tliein went down to to duly by the Ivy. llns been Louisville Thursday afternoon to interview Conference, M. E. C. S., at Frankfoit, Ky. breath or taken into the system with water soon enter the blood, and germinating there, EACSLETS ILLUSTRATED! The right man in the right place. Il is find n foothold whereby the whole system the Exposi'ioti and visit friends. well for the Methodist people of the capital is poisoned and the various functions disorWe have been shown by Mr. V. Berhericli eitj that Dr. Evans is to minister to them. dered When (he germ theory of disease samples of engravings executed by Metsiv. They will find him one ol the ablest preach was first advanced it was suppo-e- d that does not deal in R. .1. Me Fee A: Co., of Cincinnati, with ers of Kentucky. He his blows "straight these spores were of animal nature, and BililTED TO IEII FROM 8 T0 18 YEARS, (lowers but delivers whom his son, Jerome, is learning the busi- Iron) the shoulder," lie calls mice mice; like the bacteria in diphtheria propag-itein the blood, but thev are now conceived to ness. The work is Very handsomely done rats rats; and so on all along the line. He be of vegetable origin, like the fungi found ONLY A and shows great skill in the art. Any speaks and acts for himself, and holds Dr. on decaying wood or in cellars. The Evan responsible for what Dr. Evans says of this state of the nir is generally DELIVERED ON RECEIPT OF PRIOE. of our business men desiring engravand does. He eais honey but he does not soince ings made of their business houses or of any speak it. He rends the Bible and not com- swamps or stagnant pools, which, partially send forth vapots dried by the hot to advertise, should mentaries to find the truth: the hitter aid loaded with this Mir, article which they malaria poison. These go and examine these samples and write him, do not command him. He is not only vapors descend to the earth in the night, a christian, but a polished Christian more, cooled by the loss of temperature, and tor prices. He breathed by sleepers, he is a polished Christian gentleman. ait readily inhaled. relations as a Hence, persons living near stagnant pools or On account of failing health. Mrs. 55. J. takes care of his husine business man ought to and does not find Bohannan desires to close out her CtMoiu an apology for lack of attention to these mnrsnes arc name 10 ue amicieo wiiu cuius and fever, nnd such localities nre never House Bakery, on St. Clair street. This temporal matters by claiming an interest healthy though (hey are more so when the (splendid opportunity for some young man alone in heavenly affairs. A stranger to streams flowing into them are pure, nnd into a prosperous business. The all policy with its vieissitudinal changes, he also when the water is high. Again the to is straight forward in all his conduct. lie location is one of the best in the place, being brings with him one of the noblest women drainage ol houses, barns, etc., nre a fertile will often notice in where half the population of the city pas that ever graced the parsonage. A. .1. I. source of malaria. One coining into the neighborhood 'ol one ol daily, and is just across the street from the News. these sluggish streams thnt pass through site selected for the new Public Building. Editor Jioundabout : almost every village a most villainous smell caused by the one naive refuse which comShe will sell on reasonable terms, and some The education of youth should be regarded municates its bad odor to the atmosphere. one will get a bargain, by all as an ooject which should receive especially on hot dnve. This absorbed into their immediate aid special attention It will do the heart of a sportsman good Being persuaded, ns I am, and as every one the system by the lungs or taken in through wnter winch also absorbs it from the air to take a look at the hnndsome display of u Uit be who is given to thinking upon the poisons (he blood and deranges the whole firearms in the window of Messrs. Gray it events of the past, anil what is constantly svstem. This poison is also developed in Kodmau, in Odd Fellows' Temple. Jt con being revealed in the piesent, cannot fail to lorce in wells nnd springs when (hey become RODGER KNIVES, see that the elevation of the human mind calibre and the proper training of the intellect is low, and the result of drinking these is the tains everything from a twenty-twsame as breathing the poisonous air. In a BEST IN THE WHOLE WORLD, cartridge to a three hundred dollar the surest mode of overcoming the ninny time of drouth the great quantity of vegeta, and there is nothing a evils thnt pievail in ours as well as all tion that dries up in the meadows, stubbie While this hunter could wish for that is not there. other countiies. perceivable is true, and the fields and pastures, the corn fields and forest lact is plainly that the day is The window alone contains six hundred rapidly approaching, if not already upon us, leaves produces the same effluvia. On the Put up in a nice case, and delivered by express when large tracts ol prairie ground on receipt of p'ico. Write for our price on dollars' worth of goods. They propose in (lint the mighty dollar will cease to rule in pennies are turned over, the decaying vegetation is Spoons und Forks. You will save money by future to keep complete outfits for hunters, the capacity of placing men in power, re- a widespread cause of miliaria. buying from us. and our sporatmen can always have their gardless of their abilitiesto perform theduties The evils which follow malarial poisonincumbent upon such a position; but everywants supplied by them at reasonable rates. one will be measured by what thev know. ing are almost infinite. Disea-- e of a maligSome of the best makes of revolvers will Therefore it behooves parents and all who nant and dangerous nature, accompanied The Kentucky Jeweler, by symptoms the most distressing are certain also be found there, with n full stock of feel an interest in the welfare of the to inanilest themselves, and life is a burden present nnd coming generations and desire so longns this poison remains in the system. nmu'iition to suit. the promotion of law and order to give their The indications of malarial poisoning nre support to any nnd all measures which are loss of appetite, shortness of breath, pains Kind Words. necessary to enlighten the minds of their about the henrt, wasting of flesh nnd children, which is tie surest moJe of bring- strength, despondency, nervousness, chilly The FllANKFOKT li'JL'NUAIlOL'T, a spic little weekly, has been enlarged. -- Blue ing them to view aright tjk",fclevnted position sensation, unaccountable lassitude, dull (hat. through proper culture and n well regu- pains in various parts of the body, headGrass Cupper, lated training, their creator designed them The Frankioiit Boiwdabout has com- to occupy. But in order to the accomplish- aches, dizziness, a coated tongue ami dry menced its) sixth volume. Mr. Lewis ha ment ol this much desired and laudable mouth, night sweats, muscular debility, in everything but size, and result the efforts of both parents and pulling under the eyes, an unusual color, No. 43J Main Street, over Crutohcr k Starks' made it oider, or sediment about the fluids passed is a defect which lie can remedy "WHITE HALL" Clothing House, that i teachers must be reciprocated by due dilifrom the system, etc. Any one of the he gets ready. Lexington Transcript. gence upon'the part of the pupils, for with- above symptoms may be an indication of EETT. The FltANKroni Kouxdauout lias been en- out their willing submission ton well planned malarial poison in the body which necessi discipline, coupled with diligent studi, their tates immediate and careful attention. SPHniAT. TNDIirRMENTS ARE OFFEKED paper, and is much larged to a This evi- teachers will grow gray in the service withBut if malarial poison could not find a in tbo way of fine pictures of all styles and deimproved in appearance thereby Why will the people ot Frankfort dence of its prosperity is, very gratifying to out having realized any satisfactory results, lodgement in the human hodv, it would be scriptions. city for work when thoy can and the expectations of parents will be a just as harmless as the oxygen of the nir send to tho us, for it was our first born our earliest Oct.20-tf- . at Louie? he great dimculty is that, alter oeing love and it lias and will always occupy a thing of the past, dwindled into insignifitender place in our affections, und we want cance and they pass away without seeing absorbed into the system, it produces obA. IV ITO to pee it grow and prosper like a green bu even their faintest hopes accomplished. structions in the stomach and lungs, clogs of the blood, afl'eets the Besides these conuiderntious, we like While I urge that eddcation is moie valuathe circulation tree. industry and pluck rewarded, and il ble than any other legacy thnt is in the Iddnevs, liver nnd other organs, and brings to of parents to bequeath to their posteron diseases of u most dangerous charact'-rGeorge Lewis, the present proprietor of the power1 would not argue that everv one is There is only one known wny by which JONES BKOS., Proprietors. RouND.iiiOL'T, is anything he is industrious ity. persevering, and lie richly ineiity feiiccess. endowed with that capacity of mind to these diseases may be avoided or cured and Mai :itactnrcis of all kinds of New Work toi lofty pinacle of Here's to the dear old ItouxiMiiour. May elevate themselves to that after they have once made their appearto which Demosthenes and Cicero were ance, and that is by keeping the great fame Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, Anderson yews. she never grow puriable to climb, hut I am sure, with the op- fying organs of the body in perfect health. STEAM GAUGES, portunities whicji .siitvround them (though These organs are the kidneys and liver. No Editor Roundabout : BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, IC not as ample as they should be), there is no Can you or some of your readers answer reasonable excuse for everyone not being one whose kidneys orliverareina perfect conESyCoiitracta for New Workinni.y avt dition was cverafllicted by malarial poison. the following questions: possessed of a good English education. Can a candidate for City Trustee run for This alone, if no better can be obtained, And when these organs are disordered, they of the State. the same if he has not paid his taxes nt the will give (hut refinement to its possessor to not only permit, but invite these diseases to One door west of corner Ann nnd IJroadway streets, make their inroads into the body. It is North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April f time of the election? at least qualify (hem to see clearly, the Can an oflieer qualify and hold an virtues of a character iincoiitaininaied by now admitted by physicians, scieniists and oflice of the county who, when elected, was pernicious habits, and thereby be fraught the majority of the general public that one & medicine, and only one whose power has a defaulter to the county and State? with good results by acting as un ulmo-- t Who was the author) or who drafted the inpregnable barrier to the seductions of evils, been tested and proven, has absolute control House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. bill allowing convicts to be hired out and affording a foundations for their tender of, and keeps ihe kidneys and liver in con health, and hence prevents malarial stant worked outside of the prison walls? and Decorative Paper ITniiginj! hearts to become allied to that virtue which Who drafted the new amendment to the is characterized by amiability and true phi- sickness. This remedy is Winner's Safe a hpeciality. Kidney and Liver Cure, the most popular city charter that was passed last winter, dis- lanthropy, and qualifying it to compete with Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly t April franchising every voter who did not pay his the business world. All rational systems medicine before the American people, and attended to. sold by every druggist in the laud. It fully taxes and register sixty days before the of morality and improvement in natural counteracts the evil effect of malarial poison election ? and the use of such improvements in the system, ami not only banishes it, but lo beneficial purposes are due to education. restores tho members which that poison FitAXKFOKT, Kv Sept. 128th, 1882. Emulation has been, and now is, the chief has weakened. How well it does this can Editor lioundabout: preserver of man, contributing largely to be learned from the following: I irish to borrow threo hundred dollars for two 8 per whlnh I Allow me the privilege of a place in Ins wants, enabling lum to detect error and Kansas City, Mo., June liG. 1882. Mov- years, on on propprtyvvill pay luventeencent, with worth hundred t your worthy paper for the following : Next sensiblv defend right. This, combined with ing from the State of New York to the mortgugo No Monday is the Inst day yon can, by paying the multitude of other advantages resulting western country, I was attneked with mil- dolhire, on Main treet.of tho other mortgage on Editor. Inquire your tuxes, register so you can vote for City from il all, serves to amaze me thnt so few iaria and general debility. I had lost all the property. sept. t. seem to take a lively interest in its promo- appetite, and was hardly able to inoveabout. Trustees. I would earnestly urge every poor man and voter to at once pay his taxes and tion. Even in this enlightened age some are I had tried a great many remedies, hut qualify himself, so he can go to the polls so ignorant ns to decry all human learning nothing bettered my condition until J began &. and rebuke the authors of this odious bill as entirely useless, and what is more re- using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure disfranchising any poor man who may not markable, some who call themselves which seemed to help me right away, and I mjr well Im- A farm of 130 nores of goodt" be able to pay his taxes by that time, as preachers entertain similar sentiments. To feel as well as I ever have in my life. proved, located on the u won to IoK o seven the authors of that bill prepared it and en- such I vvill only say what J heard a judi- It is a blessing to people in this malarious miles from IVinkfort, U o'.U tlo t a gineered it through tho Legislature with an cious preacher observe on u public occasion, country. U Nn. C. F. WILLIAM, bargain. Flftnmi or twonty.oi eye single to the disfranchisement of the poor that if all men had been ns unlearned as 1412 Grand Ave., of William it Co., Hard-war- tobauoo land. J) or turther la tDrniiinov bpply to white and colored voters ol thecity.a major- he they never could have had a text from ity of whom pay their taxes during the which to preach or display their ignorance, This great remedy has proven its power in year more promptly than some of the gen- TFuilifort, Ky. J. R. FEARS. innumerable cases, und is more ex aug. FRANKFORT RORNMROUT. 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