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OCTOBER ju.m, u uffv.wtj.-MaBer-bericl- 7, ..'iAU nat 1882. taidt.ji'jjjuuuHa.mmwmwx Number 3. i imlvu tuam..v. tv auur. . .?tea BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! great gun of the fall Goes season of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I DAVIS returns from the East with a stock bought for tliQ Oct our lull suits cut and mmlc by Benson. Hogs are scarce in this section. "Smith's ionic" is a staple article. Farmers are busy cutting tobacco. The chills arc all the rage at present. Mrs. James Ilulett has gone to Lexington on a week's visit to relatives. We need a bridge over North Benson, near the Station, and must have it. We are glad fo hear thai the two children of Mr. Syl. Southard, who have been verv sick with the fever, are now recovering. NEW DEPARTURE M and at prices that will astonish you. Ho offers no fihuPms impossibilities SPOT CASH The celchrated cotnincdiitii.John Thomp-on- , will appear at Mnjor Opera House on Monday night next, and if you want to enjoy a good laugh go and pee hitn, and his com pan v of specialty artists. There is mi id to he more fun in one of their performances than in a dozen of the avctaye shows on the road. Thu Bullhlo Exprc-has this to pay of liiin: Y W&iMM&Miih SAMUEL AYESS, Mr. Thos, Hunter, is under full headway, invites your inspection, whether good liip "Academy ol Music," with a full with from 30 to "40 in daily attendance. you buy or not. Remember the complement of passengers, every berth being The little ones seem to enjoy themselves place, taken, and a jollier set of ive nnd love to go. never saw before; they laughed immoderateThe sound of sorsrhum mills is heard in ly, and there way not a s'mgle case ol The only peri-ou- s the land, and soon the air will be redolent duritii! the voyage. St. Clair Street, Murray Building. with the perfumes of the "lasses," and from occutence during the tripwaa a few who FRANKFORT, KY. Sept. 30.3m. very neatly choked with laughter, while the "busy housewife" to the smallest child, others gave vent to their emotion hyshed-iliui- ! chickens, and pigs will be "stuck up." tears. As a commedian John ThompThe old saying that "love laughs at bolts son can not be surpassed ; his versatility is ifui locks" was verified in this neighborastonishing, and" imitation Is out of the hood last Monday. Mr. John Shuckleford question., and Miss Rosa Hogers took the early train to Louisville and returned at night as man Stoney Creek. and wife FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., s What he Advertises. flectnc-s-, but her velocity is only nival when compared with John Thompson, the His immense STOCK is all 'ready dian, who malus .v tour of the "worldcotiimc every respectfully evcnitij:. lie started again Inst night on the for the purchaser, and Bui Means Maud ,S. Iitin a rcutnrkahle record for Wholesale and retail dealers in Our district school, under the chame of STAPLE 8c FAETCY 8, I. DAVIS. n LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-clas- s. . BEST All J3RA.ISTDS OJP Hunters' complete Wheat sowing is in full blast out here. Mrs. Margaret Smith, who has been ill Successor to U. V Meek, Miiin Street, Frankbiislrius.-a- t for some lime, is better. furt, Kv, continue thu watch tliu "old s'and. W Drfiinptuoss and c.irctul Mr Milton Moore, who has been sicl: for work bu Impes" to merit the pntionngo of lwo who desire to have their watches repaired with- some time, was able to go to town Monday. out cl.imi;j liciny donn them. Surveyor.-"- ' comMr. Charley Brawner, who has been sick passes u paired nnd other instruments reiuirlny for several weeks, is impioving very slowlv. Uelieato an I accurate adjustment. i progressing rapidly Our Sunday-schoo- l in Frankfort I take under the eflicient tnauau'etnent of our In rc'iring from business Bro. Berry Witt, sr. Everyone pleasure in expressing my entire confldoncr in Mr. S. Ayicii, anil from ray long acquaintrnee is invited. with him as a wotktr.an, do not hesitate to Farmers are about done cutting (obneco him as every way cnpnulo of meeting the in this vicinity, and I believe they can boast expectation of my foituer patrons. 11. F. MEEK. of t It e largest number of acres and the best quality of any precinct in the county. f Sept. Prof. Chnrley Wiley is teaching us an interesting singing msIiooI the largest ever in this vicinity. Prof. Wiley U a splendid tencher, and is giving universal satisfaction. City is at In tlu Messrs. Hiley Wade and brother, of South Frankfort, joined in our singing Sunday evening, and we had vocal We would rejoice to have them music. ' call again soon, eoia-iiicn- WATCH 3IAKEK, Mr. T. B Ford, our worthy School Commissioner, viuited our school last Monday and expressed himself as highly pleased with the school. We are sorry to learn that he will not be a candidate tor as he is the right man in the right place. A Mo fit. Fresli Oysters Eeoeived Daily From Baltimore. other goods handled in their season. outfits. Sheet iron stoves at Louisville ptic.es at J. T. Buck ley's. FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Elmvillo. Mrs. Sallie A. Parker is very sick at her home. Mr. Willis estimates his present crop of tobacco the boss crop of Sweet Owen. Corn is not turning out half as much ai farmers thought it would some time Mr. J. K. Iledriek will leave for Texas in a few days, where he will make his future home. The sorghum crop raised in this part of the State will far exceed any former crop ever raised lure. The hay crop is shorter in this part of the country than last year, owing to so much rainy weather. Mes-rGeorge Blink and Geo. T. Baldwin will leave for the far West in a few days. Succcns to the boys Mis-e- s Ronclio and .1 ssie Parker, are visiting Mrs. Maxwell Wilson near Miilwav, where tliev will remain eeveial dins. Misses Alice and Bettie Wigginton and Eliza Jane Sharp spent several days last week in Owen county with Miss Annie Wats, d Fine Sept. 30-311- Breech-loadin- g Shot Guns a Specialty. S3ETE :io-t- The Best Soda Water CA.H.X. A.IrD FOR YOURSELF. Jo LeCompte's DRUGSTORE. THY ALABASTINE ! is Elder Polk South, of Frankfort, preached at Antioch the lth Sunday, tilt., to a very large and attentive audience. Bro. South is a splendid preacher, and we only regret that we cannot hear him oftener. -- low AX A rriYin gl the liest thing in use for ceilings and walls. For sale at It AND FOR SALE JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUO f. STORE-ma- r W.T . MIAN, SDE-XjEIR went to Pleasant Your corre.-pondeRidge Sunday tiiht to hear Bro. Peter?-- , who is proirnctitii! a seiieo of meetings, there. Bro. Peters in cached a very good and theie were four who confes-e- d the Lord JesuH Christ, and weie added to the church. I hope they will make good members and die good christians. Tknok. nt T LOWEST PRICE BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stock of son. Job Work iSoatly cuted at this Mr. J. G. Wigginton bought the other day, from A. Hord Sinclair, one hundred barrels of corn, delivered at our town at Fuanki-out- , S'2 50 per barrel. Ky.. Oct. Stli, 1SS2 Editor llouiuhilout : The series of meetings at Bethany Church, On Tuesday evening of last week the C. it Owen county, conducted by the Revs. Ford 0. train from Louisville eroded the railroad and Elliott has resulted so far in seveial adbridge running at the into of 20 miles an ditions to the church. hour, la not this last liiniiing in the cit Mr. Benjamin Watson and Miss Eliza limits in violation of law. The approach to the bridge is on a curve, and cannot be Mane Sharp are said to have been the best seen by the engineer in time to check his looking couple at Bethany Church Sundav. train, should there be obstruction of any The crowd numbered one thousand. kind on the bridge. With the recent flight-fil- l Stock of all kinds is scarce and high accidents on this road from carelessness ALSO A FULL STOCK OF is it not time to enforce the law? There Those that are fortunate enough to have will be little comfort in what the grand jury hogs ask $10 per hundred, and but nv to Many families hnvo no hogs at all. may do vvhen one of the.-- e trains is thrown sell. in the Kentucky river with its living freight. Mr. Alexander Marker, formerly of this jVi'tinkfort, A bull made a frightful accident on the neighborhood but now of Windfall, Indiana, Shtlbyville road Inst winter A mule or a spent several days last week with friends horse or a cow can do likewUo at the and relatives near this place. Mr. Marker Frankfort bridge. speaks favorably of Hoosier and thinks it Has not this carelessness caused already is far superior to Kentucky. loo many lives to be lost ? There are law's One night last week, Mr. Edward John-so- u to protect the public, both on and oil' the train. The bridge is in the city limits, I went quietly to the house of James fi. SUPERIOR stock of Kmit and OmuinMital therefore call the attention ol the Chief ol Brnmlett, near Minorsville, Scott county, Tiees, Suiull Fruits, Grapevines AsPolice to the ordauce in regard to this fast ami stole his daughter, MissCluistina, took paragus l'litntH, and everything tuuud In a The Chief is urgently invited to her to Ins uncle's and repaired to Georgerunning. nursory establishment. visit the bridge, at train time, and see at town to obtain the necessary papers to make Wo employ no ngcute, but glvo bur commission direct to tho planter. Wo refer to our old what rate of speed they cross the bridge. them man and wife; but when he got there patrons. Our nor catalogues will bo tout on By enforcing tho law strictly a frightful found that Mr. B. had learned of the flight accident will be prevented. Should the city of his daughter and notified the Clerk not application. H. P. I1ILLKNMEYKU, fail to vn force the law against this fast toisatiothe license. Not to be balked in sop 0 tf Lexington, Ky. sept?3-tand earless running over this bridge, their undertaking, the young couple went to the matter will bo referred to the grand Cincinnati, where they were married, ami are & jury. It is somewhat singular with what now as happy as young folks can well be. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP D. D, C. care the officer.-- , who's duty it is to enfotce J. K. II. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. the laws for tho public safety, permit them Sheet iron stoves at Louisville prices a) STTIRCrEOIfcT Tuenartnmhlp heretotoro existing between JGSyPkiin and Decorative Paper Hanging to be vioIateH. My only object in preM. 11. I. Williams, jr., nnd Wlloy 0. Williams, Buckley's. senting this subject to the public is to pre- J. T. a speciality. ICY., in the agricultural implement and grain busilo ot Williams Uro'thurs, lias ness, under tho Orders left .it Averill's drug store will be promptly vent a terrible accident from happening at (Successor to Dr. T. L. T.iylor.) this bndge, and to save, if possible, a train Campaign is over, anil those who were up April attended to. been dissolved by mutual consent. Tho busiof living freight from being thrown through in nrms against each other in the political 8J a. in. to f p. ness will bo continued at tho old stand by ofllco found Exe- the bridge into the liver by tho carlessuesa tussle now join hands and march to the m.Can bo to do at Ids of from work to the Wiley U. Williams. dental nil kinds ready M. II . IN WILLIAMS, Jit., of some train men and city oflicers. druggists for a bottle of Kendall's Spavin catlro satisfaction of those who may ehosn to WILEY 0. WILLIAMS. geptO-ltJuly Office. Safety. jmtronizo uliu. Cure. See advt. X3lT Sheet iioo stoves at Louisville J. T. Bucklcv's. prices at Staple and Fancy Motions, CLAIR &c, Ky. For Fall and Winter Wear. ST. STREET, i FHTJIT THEE FALL OF 1882. Szom. A first-cla- ss Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. BUSH, &, f EGBERT SOWT iC-- J. DE1TTIST, 15-l- y u 'iiJIUllil'll'lliMI'MiJimiiiiJIli iJrW- - a I w! tttjmmiuiii'UhjtmmnujBaceaa . wwmuuaw.iiarr,wwirjjui5 ujbjmmwsbhm iu'MJSXKtmwa:rr::v.i .w ikuxxebbsbk Hev. J. M. Weaver, ol Louisville, who has week, was called to her home in Madison, on account of been assisting Hev. J. M. Lewis in the meet- Indiana, Wednesday morning sickness, c at Frankfurt, Kentucky ing at the Baptist Church the past two Eutorod at tho as second clius mailable mutter. Dr. J.Q A Stewart and wife left Monday weeks, was compelled to return home Wedmorning for Elmore, Pennsylvania, to atnesday morning, and the meeting was closed tend the annual meeting ct the National GEORGE A. LEWIS, Tliiity-tw- o persons Association of Superintendents of Schools Wednesday night. for Feeble-minded- . have united with the Church. E3d.itor asicL Mr. nnd Mis. Joeph Kobinson left Wediludge Tlios. II. limes and wife came nesday evening for Eureka Springs, ArkanFRANKFORT, OCTORKR 7, 1S82. near meeting with n serious accident Thurs- sas, where Mr. 1$. hopes to find relief Irotn sillier-inday afternoon while out riding. At the rheumatism from which he has been for several months. A blue pencil mark (X) on your paper corner of St. Clair and Wnpping. the horse indicates tlmt your pulipcription lias not attached to their buggy commenced kicking, Council Proceedings. lieen paid for some, time, mid you nre roi fell down, broke the shafts oil, and started in time by Dr. to run, but was caught Present His Ilonoi, Mayor Tavlor and quested to settle nt onee. S. F. Smith and Mr. Tlios. B. Maeklin, who Connciliiien Bush, Brislan, Drane, Luschcr. happened to be near. Milium, and Williams. Ir. Ed. H l'oynter, who v;;s lost on tlie The minutes of the hist meeting read and steamer It. E. Lee was n neplicw of Mr Mr. John T. Buckley has recently made approved. Tlios. l'oynter, of tliiscountv, and a brother great improvements in his stove nnd tin The following petitions were presented: of Dr. M. E. Povnter, of Midway. store, on St. Clair street. Having purchned 01 Willis ami Ann Childs, asking to be Mr. J. M. Wakefield is erecting for Mrs the building, he has extended it back eighteen placed on pauper list, lielerred to ComG. F. Graham a neat (mine dwelling feet, taken out one of the stairways, put in mittee on Charity with power to act, Of on Washington street, between Broadway new shelving, which makes the room three David Kirkpatrick to erect frame house and Clinton. He sold her the lot. and is to feet wider, thereby g.iining a great deal on Mcro street; of Jas. F. Gibbons for erect a house of six rooms upon it, the whole more space for the display of the huge stock license to keep snloon in room formerly of heating and cooking stoves he has just occupied by H. S. to cost eighteen hundred dollars. Ellis of Fred Nickels, for received for the fall and winter trade, lie saloon license; of M. II. P. Williams, jr., A refractory bull was being driven down has determined to sell for cash only, and for grocery license; of t Mike Crowley to St. Clair street Thursday morning when he will sell you goods at your own prices on transfer grorery license to Joe Bohannan. attempted to jump over the iron fence in those terms. All of which were granted. Of D. L. Italy front ol the Baptist parsonnge, got hung on to have gutter on St. Clair street, Mr. Chas. It. Gresham has sold out his and others to free himself laid top, and in from Herrmann building to corner ol Broadinterest in the grocery nt the corner of half the fence lint on the pavement. Committee on Shelby South Frankfort, way repaired. Referred to FRANKFORT post-oflic- ROUNDABOUT, HAND OYSTER DEPOT 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. OLD Oh g CALL AND SEE ME AT THE CHEAP JOHN CORNER. WEI-MAMS- , M- - H. P. Jr. jut Tfo e event or soe eason : j GRAND OPENING OF THE ...-...- .. ..ji inu.iiiiiimmi.iMiiii.mi.uMMMiiiiiMiujLimi K,'nn XJMKUfiKtl WZi1 OJP New pumps have been placed in the wells in front of Marshall it Meagher's and the Governor's mansion, both much needed improvements. Perhaps the well in front of the State House will not have so great a strain on its capacity now, as it has been doing duty for the other two for some time. Of A. It. Crutcher, Chas Belts, John W. Johnson, who will here streets. and George Wheat, asking to be elected of that establishafter conduct the Third and to Mr. streets, bu-ine.- -s HERRMANN'S oisr Thursday, Eriday & Saturday Oct. 5, 6, Mr. L. W. Glore, better known as Dick, at his home in South Frankfort Monday morning, at a quarter to five o'clock, after an illness of three weeks, h the year of his age. lie was a quiet, good citizen, a kind and affectionate husband and father, and leaves a wife and seven children to moU'ii his los. died iiftv-third Mr. James Heeney, who a short time since opened a grocery store on Second street, South Side, and has since been surely but trade, adver-tislowly building up a in this issue, offering some bargains in the way of family supplies. His piicei are remaikably low and it will pay aNorthsider to walk over and see him. Head his advertisement. first-rat- e e The Arcade Opening-- . T'ne fall and spring opening days at the Arcade are events looked forward to with a great deal of pleasure l the ladies of lhi city, as there is always an elegant display of dress goods and millinery for them to feast their eyes upon. Thursday was tin. day fixed upon by the enterprising gentlemen of i his mamwho preside over the moth institution to display their fall stock of goods, ami when the doors were thrown open in the morning the ladies began to gather in, and in a short time the house was filled with an eager throng, purchasing bonnets, selecting dress patterns, and admiring the display. The show windows were beautifully dressed with plain, grosu'rain, and brocaded silk, and embosed velvet dress good-- , in terra cotta, cadet blue, mid other new colors, and the shelves on either side were filled with handsome dress goods, such as silks satins, poplins, empress cloths, etc., all the exquisite taste, as a dtcoiative artist, of Mr. Will O'Donnell. In thecentre of the room were pyramids of haukerchiefs arranged in the mon attractive manner, and further back the staple goods' and notions were arranged so as to present a pleasing effect. The most attractive part of the hone to the ladies, however, wiii the millinery dee partment, and it was almo-- t mito get i n to it otic of the male Irotn early in the morning until late in the evening. The difi'erent styles, ol hats and bonnets on exhibition were very nunieious, and exceedingly handsome, being fully equal to anything of the kind ever seen in much larger cities. It would be useless to attempt a description of them, (or they were simply immense, and the ladies who have not already been need only step in there today to be convinced that the ladies in charge know how to select a stock of goods to suit them. A full line of the uewc-- t stylo cloaks were also on exhibition together with some of the mo.it elegant goodf (rom which to construct them, and all arranged in a very artistic dc-tinie- s g ment, and will be glad to see his many friends. Mr. Gresham has built up quite a good trade at that point, which was steadily increasing, hut owing to the death of a relative he is compelled to return to his old home, near Gogginsville, Georgia, to take with charge of a plantation and, leavemany regrets. Mr. Johnson has for the past three or four years been clerking for Mr. II. H. Wil liams, and is well known to our citizens as a polite, accommodating, and competent business young man, and his long experience will enable him to select and keep constantly on hand a line of goods that will meet the wants of the people in that Jouett. The suspension of Officers Stephens and section of the city. We wish him success Gayle from duty on the charge of being off in his new enterpiise. their beats when on duty, was referred to a com mittee composed of Couiicilinen Drane, Personal. Brislan and Milam lor investigation nnd Mrs. Carr Chiles isvi&iting friends in Louis- report ville. The Council then adjourned, o Mrs. Cornelia Bush lias removed to Louis"Buchupaiba." ville. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid Gen. Green Clay Smith and wife are in ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. 1. the city. Druggists. Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, is visiting Miss Lutie Ware. BARGAINS IN GROCERIES. Mi- - Lutie Chiles is visiting friends near Bagdad, Shelby county. hnril times Misses Mattie Page and Mamie Bull are forDon't grumble about can go to or high prices groceries when you relatives in Louisville. visiting - policeman. Filed. Reports of various City Officers for month ol September presented and appropriately referred. Numerous accounts were presented and referred to appropriate caininittees to be reported upon at the next meeting. On Motion. Couiicilinen Drane. BrMau, and Milam were appointe.l a committee to inquire into and report upon the expediency of increasing the pay of police ofiieer.-- . On motion of Councilman Milam, the Committee on Streets were empowered to have a bridge built on Ewiug street, between the property of Mrs. Jane Page and Mrs. &7, When we will show the grandest stock of Fine Millinery and Dress Goods ever seen in this city. All other departments now compile. All goods marked in plain figures. ONE! PEICE All invited to attend. TO ALL. Proprietors Arczce. HARRIS & HERRANN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN jt Groceries, FISHING AOT Liquors, t Cigars, Tobaccos, i FOE eio-is- FEUITS, &c, STREET, FBAHKFCRT, BY. TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, friends Mrs. W. II. Brinkwoith has been visiting in Cincinnati thin week. Miss JAS. HBBKY'S, SOUTH FRANKFORT, impo-.-ibl- Sallie Sneed left for Louisville Thiiisdav afternoon to visit hiends. .Mi- - Elvira P. Breunnn, of St. Joseph, Missouri, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis. Mi.--s Fannie Taylor has returned from a month's visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Mm. J. W. McEwan, of Midway, visited relatives in this city the first of the week. Mi.--s Jennie Duvall left last week fur St. Lou- - to visit her sister, Mr.-- . Sneed. -. W. C. Lutkemeier and S. Fuh1. returned Monday from a two months' visit 10 Germany. Capt. W. S. Stone and wife left Wednesday afternoon for Oweusboro, where tliev wiil leside in future. Misses Minnie ami Mollie Bronniigh, of Ilarrod-burhae been visiting Owen the past week. Mesar.-- . Jas. W. and Thos. HeH'ncr, jr , left Wednesday morning (or a two week's' it to friends in Ciicleville, Ohio. Mr-- . W. L. Collins returned Monday evening fiom a month's visit to friend" m Louisville, New Albany, ami Spencer counItu.-sc- ll Me.--rg, Mis-Maggie Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Sept., m. 3.3 And buy packages best Arbuckle Coffee for 50 cents. 3 2 lbs, Green CoiTcc for 11 2oc, 1.00 1,00 0 " Brown Siiar " " Loaf Lard " my large and complete stock of fine furniture, which I am offeiing at WOULD respectfully I J. U. Graham Sons invite the citizens of in Major Hall building, & and virility to call at the old stand of next door to the and examine I'ost-offic- v:R"r ow iilso Notion? ami Anl all other kinds of Grocerius in proportion, Furnishing Goods. Herndon Building, SEWING MACHINES, WHICH I also have on hand a lot of first class anRis foe, cash. ' Sjtiti Frankfoit. Oct. NOTICE. rpilt: X. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON vi-- tution if open for visitors nt any time when most convenient for thsui to attend! JOHN O.. A. .VfKWART, Supcrlntcdont. Oct. 7-- tf. (jxwcUca nt tho Kentucky Institution for tho l'Muc.itiou ii'id Training (if Feeble Minded Children will horcaficr tnko laco every Friday ufteinoon from 2 to 4 o'clock 1. M. Tho Insti- I AM OFFERING AT COST, UNDERTAKING In all its branches a specialty. May 2o.im. Orders piomptly attended to. R. ROGERS. per-uiisi- ty. Mr. Stewart Gavje, of Columbus, Kentucky, has been visiting lelative.s in thiscitv the past week. He left for home Wednesday Mrs. M. Wayls nnd children, Mr. Willis Mi.--s Maud, and Master Willie, left Monday for a visit to the Cincinnati, Exposition. REPAIRER AND ENGRAVER. Mi.--s Kate Urlon, of Middletown, will arrive in thin city this afternoon, and will Has removed his establishment to tho opposite spend several weeks with the family ol Mr. side of MEMO VAX ! WE::R, PHIUP SELBERT, Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITING AND TROWSERING, COME AKTD LSAVE TQTOK, OHDEII.. 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the latest styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundryevery Monday morning, and returned Saturday. Leave your packages at the store. John Jj. Jones. WATCHES, CLOCKS, K. F. J. Tinlmu nml fam;,y, of Frankfort, e'elc. visited Genl. Berry last Also ma utier. and Stephen Tn.oue, of Louisville. Many of the decorations still remain, and J'ciullcton item in Henry Count, Local, if you have not already teen them.jlrop in Miss Carrie Archer, who has been visiting which ho is rolling ut tho lowest cash prices, and take a look. MY. John L. Jones the paet the fatnil'-o- ' sept. Ed-mo- Mr. Geo. G. Graham, who has been living in New Mexico for the past two years, will Whoro ho krops constantly on htuiJ a full und complete stock of return in a short time to visit "riends and relatives in this city and court. Saint Clair Street, UVunkfort, IyM GOLD and SILVERWARE, 30-3u- CRUTCHER to-da- y Main Street, Frankfort ami Lcxinvton. m STARRS, Wn aHBro 3 wrav.'A' mjj.' v rsj xLdMSMJvmsmu wi" wiwhtommmw T in ii imiiri ii i ii ii T ii ii mi" hit iirrin in mi mi TJVJMfMIfTXJf&n ' JW 'I HHBf'Mvill fj NegRxienxecrstvjeaMi FBANKF011T ROUNDABOUT. 7, 1882. Gray daily. A". Rodman are receiving fresh oysters . FRANKFORT, OCTOBER Grapes, pens, tipples and bananas at the 5 to 99 cent Our Bargains Comprise a Line of (roods Which Sell Themselves. WEST -- CiRCULATIQItf !ii BIT? Ii BOUNTY s TO TRAVELERS. table will be in cITiet point, Commencing Monday, May is, tlis following Sine on llie L. & X. R. R. for this TRAINS NORTH. Four hundred ami twenty-sevevoteis . have legNtcred in the ctiv one bundled Herberich's is the place to have neat fall and fleventv in thellit waid, one hundred and forty four in the second, and one hundred suits cut urn! made. Call and fee him on St Clair street. and thirteen in thethiid, stand. . 3 o Eh CC, S to o VjraVwLgl W . v No. r8 No, 20 No. 22 I. cave Louisville. . . . , No. 24 7:00 a.m. 3:10 v. it. 5:00 P. M. 6:30 p. M. TUA1.V8 Frankfort. E'.IO 10:37 A.M. 5:47 p. M. I', M. Leave Arrive at Lexington. 11:37 a. i. 6:50 v, t. 9:30 P. M. 10:35 p. M. A primary election will be held in this Oysters mill celery fit J. 31. nnd all the other counties oJ this fongie8-iotia- l Ban (it's disttict next .Saturday, to decide Three front rooms, loented Fott Runt whether Hon. W. C. Owens or Hon. J. C. Mrs. Humphrey S. Blackburn .shall be the nominee ol the on Lewis street. Apply to Evans. Democratic party for Congre. to-day. i arr. at Frankfoi HOIlTtf. Li ave ran nobly to his post thereby saving many lives, was born in this Apply to C. Shu- HoL'Si: Fou Kijn't. Train N'o. 13 make connection for Cincinna i, arhere until Jb'7 binski. city nnd contimud to e riving; there at 12:14, '" Xo. sj m k 4 ciimiictio from Cincinn-uithere at 3:15, p. m., arriv or IS.'iS. when he went South and coming at I'rankfort nt3.ij, p. in. Two rooms for tent, furnished or unfurmenced luntiing on the liver with Iih E, P. BRYAN', Accnt. Apply to Mrs.' M. II. McKec. V. nished. brother in law, the late Capl. John "The Telephone Exchange is having a Cannon, and has since made his home-ibooin just now. New Oilcans. No. si iNo. 19 . . . . No. No. 17 . 23 le.iici . Lcxi jjton. 7:00A.M. T.rae Frankfort 6 00 A. Frank ort. 8:t: a. m. Arrive at Louisville. to: A.M. A. M.arr. l.ou.oloa . S:?s . M. a:oo v. m, (.' 9:30 A. M. 3:13 p. m. U'.ot p. II. M. Ils'n "Daisy," the Long llrnucli John Stout, the pilot of the Slenmer was burned on the Missis- Hail nt JloCliiro's. that sippi river Saturday morning, who Mood co Chew Danilv. For sale nt Kendall's ami the boat ashore, Mr. U. K. Lee, re.-id- 6:s p. m, , The cheapest place in the city to hxiy Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warChina, Wooden-warBaskets, Chairs r2 Chromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and o Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Cartridges, Sta- o tionery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, also miscellaneous articles too numer- C3 ous to mention. In addition to the above O we keep at our stand in front of our store t3 e, O TO e, s5 Tin-war- e, s 3 Tim full courts me huniling in I heir to ilit; the Penitentiary very lust. v deli-Ratio- ns Circuit Court meets Moinlny week and there arc three murder c:ue& on the docket. Dr. V. II. FliUhian had placed in hi rchidence Ttie.-duher is G"). y. o . 11 telephone His iitim telephone will he placed in the oflioern the Secielary ol State next week. The line hasalteady heeu inn in. The number will A be 00. Messrs. t have ol tlie iiiachiiiery of the Valley MiIIh The argument in the ense of Finnic Kentucky, lor ton party in Egbert, churned with the murder of Jerry lour thousand live hiindied dollars. Lee, was commenced Monday morning beTen prisoners were received at the Peni- fore Esquires McDonald and Tinsley, and tentiary Monday from ChiiHtinn county, was not concluded until Tuesday, when the twelve Tuesday troni Loui.-villtwo lioni magistrates, alter consultation, i closed to morning, and aix liom Newport VeInet-higrant Egbert hail and ordcicd him to jail to Richmond Wednesday altenioon. await the in etiiig of the Circuit Court. a warrant In the afternoon of Tue-dMr. Chris Merchant was coming out of issued by Judge Thomson against Adam the hardwaio .store of Mr. D. L Haly, on St. was acClair street, Monday altenioon, when he Knlir, jr., dunging him with being an murder, which was served by slipped and fell over upon a pile of iron cessory to the man placed wagon boxes and spindle.-- dislocating hi Sherilf Gaines and the young in jail. Thursday morning he was brought collar bone. befoic Judge Thomson, who va sitting Elder George Dars'ie closed the meeting an examining court, but swore that ollicer he ha- been holding at the Christian Church off the bench. In the altenioon the examin IlutdiiiM'ilic the past two weeks on ining trial was begun before Judge R. E. G. C. Tuesday night, with twenty eight ndditious Gaines, ol Uelle Point, and by conlcs-doto the chinch. Twenty-fouHughes, of the Forks of Elkhorn Precinct, and four b letter. and will be concluded .Sons d James S.tllcll it cent Although the five to store has been established but a short time . it lias become one of the institutions of Berberich's suits tit the neatest. Friinklort, and our people have learned that it is the place to go when they want useful A room on the second floor. Fott Ri:nt articles at low piiccs. They have every- Apply to I. Davis. thing there, troni a thimble to a fine oil chromo, and hate lately added a fruit stand Nice lino of hosiery al Griffin as one of the attractions of the place. Tile Bros. freshest and nicest oyster- can also be had Go and see the long ttranvh JIat there when in season, and they will keep seaatlt.K.3cCluro& Uro's. lish and game during the coming son. Messrs. O'Hryan & Uauta are genOysters, and celery at J. 31. tleman of enterprise and have come to 3 Jan (it's y. stay. ninety-nine - Fresh oysters and celery O at the 5 to 99 cent fruit stand. FRUITS and VEGTABLSB, OYSTERS AND FISH. WE ALSO HAVE A NICE STOCK 0 "Z O r- - FRENCH CANDIES. Eh o PH Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, sept. 3i-3t- to-da- 0' BRYAN OF LAND. I , & NTA. o GO Cashmeres at rock bottom prices ntUi-ifllBros. u We Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent One. PUBLIC SALE L A lot of nice countrv cured bacon for -- ale at.l.;M, Todds. hams It - e, m Auxccutur of tho late .Ininc 15. Robert, I Chew Golden Roll. For sale at Ken.... i. IN ...ii i... ..hi Ull UIU iivpii iit. rii'ivivn iwii Tfll lllf x,.- II UP Vt iVi'IH, llf t T it Ml dall's. IlOUgn JQUUQHlg JjUIIIDCT - - - fcio UU fmn upun which lio rosj.lc-tl.'(mi utrer, mul incited upon the F.irnniaie nmi fjlear Dressed Weathor'boardiug - 15 00 Large lot of elegant oil paintings at pilti', two mile from Driilzcport. t at0 - " " " 20 00 TliwT. u couifurtnble frame .Iwenins rio.0S elx,"00" Whitesides it McEwan's. 25 00 and all ncceaury out Fll'St Eale Flooring room', o.irn, buil. ling' ukiii the premises. I'or lurthcr infor- - Laths 2 00 Flannels extra cheap at Griilin Aab-u- GbeaD Miter ----- ! q. o limtion aildrtss scpt23-- it Bros. W.M. SCOFIKIiD, , Briilgoport, Ky. Ex'r, The this citv. pries arc for lumber loaded on cart-- in HANDKERCHIEFS riety at Giillin Bros.' in endless va- EUGHF.S & DUNIGAN. augl9-00d BUILDING L0T1F0R SALE. loca'ed in South of the htidge, are attend for t.ilo on ea?j terms, nnu loiv figures. Infjuiro at thN otlict-- . -' alGrifiin Eros. Kight Cashmeres at rock bottom prices rr.iukfurt,huildlni; lott, o!l witliiiitwn sqiMrei Fiiis A hi hm h M ! r to-da- Where do you ge; youi biead ? At Mrs. S. J. Bohannan't; she keeps the best in the city. farm of good bottom land, containing 02 On Monday night, about nine o'clock, Mr. M. Stephens a man in his diiiiug-ioofor him, but and miide a da-the ftllow got out of the hou-- e in a hurry ami disappeared in the daiknets, followed by a bullet from Mr. Stephens' J. pi-t- Mr. II. 15 Cainmack luir. returned to this city to reside, has been appointed agent of the Louisville and Cincinnati Mail Line Company and will herealter be found at the whuif-hoat- . Mr. C. was always a popular in this city ami his many friends joiing man gladly welcome Lis return. We are gratified in being able to say that the Dirietora of the Deposit Bank have done the rK'ht thing at the right time in electing Mr. II. Howe Watson cashier ol that Hunk in place of his lamented lather. Howe is well qualified for the discharge of the responsible duties of the position having long been paying clerk there. Miss Katie Putnam, an ever popular people, favorite with Franklort will appear at Major Opera House Tuesday night in "Lena, the Madcap." The Memphis Appeal says ot her: "Mi-- s Putnam is truly it coiipcientiou-artistami ever enters heart and soul into the chaiai'ter sbe'fH called upon to pnrliny. Dining her short sojourn in Memphis she has made mauv fiieuds, and at the same time estnldished herself a general favoiite Piquant in stIe, she ucfcr takes a single liberty with her audience, but, like a true little genius as she is, she trusts entirely to powers to seher histrionic and vocali-ti- c rine the admiration and apilause of the audience " play-goin- g e, having the I linvo n few hundred bushel of jiuro ?ilver Manilla cotl'ee tn hi w licit, ii screened snmple ol winch tool; stiengtii of Rio and flavor of Java, same the first pretnitiin for wbifo ui.ont at Ctd. liow- mnn price as common codec at J. M. Todd's. how, whieh 1 olu-- at Jo per bushel roa-te- d, ." -r c Pi 'em ium Wh eat Samples will soy t2.i -- Teres, well improved, with good orchard ar.d out IioU'qs, located within a half mile of tho Owen-to- n pike, on il lin Elkhorn, and within the distance of two churches, mill and school house, is ollercd for sale at a hargiin. on For information apply to H. 0. 0HUE0H, adjoining farm. Aug. 2fj-:5- in bo st-n- t on application, Piano for lent. Apply to Walcutt. Mrs. Lizzie t JACOl! SWICrEItT, Spring station. Two Farms For Sak Nice line of hosiery at Griilin Bros. Oysters awl celery at J. iifiiiiniiiro! TWELFTH SCHOOL YEAR 31. BEGINS SEPT. !, '82. Banta's to-da- y. Resolutions of Respect. The Hoard of Directois of the Deposit Hank ot this city adopted the following resolutions of respect to the memory of their late Cashier, John Watson, Esq , at a meeting held on Monday: Iitsolvtd, That we receive with profound sorrow the announcement of the death ol John Watson, and our Itiend and that we hereby tender our sympathy to his beieaved family. liewlivd. That as Cashier of this Hank from the lime it began business up to the moment ol his death he conducted its with the most scrupulous honor, with tiie wisest judgment, and to the entire sat isfiirtinu ot this Hoaul. lu'M'tivii, That in nil his relations, whether they were of a business or a social nature, he was a man of the highest type. Just in all his dealing, generous to the poor, and magnaniniou- - in every action, he displayed the noblest attnbutcs, and gave the highest example. Jltvolivd, That from his death, his family, the Deposit Hank and the city of Franklort have experienced a loss that is irreparable, mil a regret that will be enduiiug, W. J. CM INN, P,alilcnt. II. Bkowk, Secretary, af-lai- cheapest line of and in this Yny leave the eonmiunity, and, if patron Jeans in the city is at Griilin Bros.' potuio, cacti and Art iniubteil to u. continue The Music ilcp trtment will anil Toilet and other soups in variety at Why is Mis Hobanuaii's bread the be- -t UlGHIlCli EDUCATIOX, Because she Uses the best material and has and can bo induced to mako earnest and sustainfirst ckiis workmen. ed elluits to obtain it, U'e strive to givo more vuluc than wo riceive, V All youth of good uvinncr anil morals ore cordially welcomed as pupils, but wo cpeoiilly derlru -- ueli as iippruebitu a largest Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' o J. M. in ehargo of .Mirs M. Theresa : Voice-trainin- ties Ac. painting Steven. Specialon China, satin. I wish to sell tuy farm, containing 2C0 acres of land, ." miles west o! Frankfort, on L C, A L Hnilroiul, in view of Benson Dopot. It lias ,i two s'ory frame dwelling, with live rooms., two hulls, porch, kitchen, clocts, .tc: a number one well in M lect of family room; two Lining springs in 70yard:ot tlie house; tenant's house, ii. eat l.oure. fprinir and whtat house, ii largo and st'ib.e, cow house, und n tobacoo burn 11 tect s((narc, t tcer dcip ; two toueuunt houses, all in good repair. Thistiirm cm bo divided, and I will sell 100 aero or the whole very low. Also another farm of Oo acres, with new frtiuiu h tttc, I rooms, 2 hall, und kitchen and a large bain. I offer .i bargain. Cc ni and see. 1'. II. I'ATTIE, nuglO.Um Iieuson Depot.' Todd's. bread is to be had of Mrs. S. Bohniiuuu. Trv a loaf of it. Heat A full corps of teacher engigcd. For Circulars, Ac, iipply to cither of tho undersigned. auglll-2- Lost. Somen here on Main or St. Clair streets, Frankfort, or in South Frankfort or Belle I'oint, a red morocco pocket-boocontuiiiiug a two dollar bill, one silver dollar, some binall change, nnd a gent's gold collar button. The llnder will ne rewarded by leaving it at this office or returning to Judge W L. Pence, Uelle Point. Mr. J J. S. (5. !TKVi:N, UTC 11 N. C It UU , Vh.ii. Sntar;. J. Is M. WAKEFIELD to his Having recently added First-Clas- Establishment k, Flannels extra cheap at Griilin Bros. Have you seen tho-- e tine oil paintings at Whitesides A' McEwan's. ar s l'lnning Mill, to furnisli now prepared all kinds of The linesl line of ilannels in the &sr& .ou .SVM?vtg T, iiuiiLnLhu u as i ALSO Framgs. Molding eiiyatGril'ihi Bros. who wns clerk on the steamer It. K. Lee at the third time she was burned, and was asleep in the Texas ivhen the fire wasdisoovertd, did not have lime to put on his clothes after ho was awakened, and made two attempts to eave the boat before he succeeded. TJic first time the (ire and smoke was bo thick in the direction he was going that be waa compelled to turn back, and the second lime he ran against one of the smoke stacks in the of thi-cit- John Luckett, y, THE MOST .SUCCESSFUL KEMEDY ever . tlisovcreU, .11 it K certain in it eltect and dot,-- , nut Mrs Holmnnan'- - biead is pronounced by blit.r. UKD I'KUOF 1IM.OW. AUo excellent for human llcih. cpicuies and invalids to be the best in the PROM city. veiy cheap nt Urillin Hios.' Scroll Work. Stair Work May 13 tf. & Turnino o Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON COL. I. FOSTER. 1 The sweetest and whitest bread tit Mrs. S. J. Bohanniin's. cheap at Griilin Bros.' y and burned one of his shoulders Clears out rats mice, roaches, flies, ants, Fou Sam:. Desirable residence on Holmes ears quite badly. He finally got ashore and skunks, chipmunks, gophers. street. For information apply to Mrs. C night clothes, having lost his gold 2.")i in his Druggists. A. Prentiss, on the premi-e.watch and chain, his trunk and all his clothing. UIKTH8. All the grocers sell Mrs. S. J. Bohaunnn's Mr. Frank Cannon, who was also on tho In thin city, on Vriclny, September liiHh, to bread. boat nt the time, was on the lower deck Mr. Juhn Muuglior nnd wife, iv son Danikl. The finest line ot'llannels in the and escaped all right, having lost only one Tn this iltlv. on Thursilnv. Rnntntnlini- "Slli in City at GrilHll Bt'OS. Mr. J. K. Kuraliiur and wife, a duughtur-C'i.A- iu. suit of clothes. darkuefiM bed-bug- "Rough on Rats." s. Youncntonn, Olno, May loth, iSSo. Dr.H, 1, Ki!MLl. N. Co , (jcuti I had a cry nlu.ible llainblutoiiian ci'lt that 1 prized very bihlj, ho had ,i larjji: bone jliviii on one joint and a niall one on thu other nliikh n.ido him scry lame; had him under the tliarce of two eteriu.iry Mirgcoua who faded tc eure Ium. I was one day reading the aihcriiemcnt of Kendall's Spa in Cure in the Chi I deteriuineil at once to try it and lago got our drii joists here to send for it, they ordered l took them all and thought I uould three bottles; give them a thoroue.li trial, I umh! it aCLordiuK to directions Tiul tlie fourth day the colt ceased to be I lame and the lump-- . Iinve disappeared, used but one Dottle anil I lie colt s limo ate as tree troni lump and as smooth as any horse in the state, lie is entire!) cured. 'I he cure as so remarkable th U I let two of my neighbors hao the remaining: two bottles, u ho very Kcpeitiullv, are now using it. I.. T. rosTEK. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND l'pre. Will practice in the courts of Fnmkliii and tho adjoining counties, und will also give special attention to tho purchase and sale of real estate, collection ot rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Juno 25-l- Kendall's Spavin Cure. COAL ! ALL COAL G. B. MACKL1N. ! - Send for illustrated circular Kiiii poitie proof. Price $i. All druggists hive it or can set it for you. Or. 11. J. Kendall & Co,, Proprietors, Knusburgli Falls, Vt. KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale nt Lowest Prices bv jinynimimn)iinwin an, T . J imimmPMMiii1! H rttnw:ijasCTrTttgTOregja' IPKANkTOliT Mr. Uiclinr.I ROUNDABOUT, residence i. A FATAL MISTAKE. - New gas street lamps have been erected in South Frank lort. Ai. Chiles' new ready fur oi'ciriniii'y. Vrt'.--h Mr. Kdwin Bootli slid recently llmt he tlK.NTOKl), 11Y MATILDA f'AMI'llt'.I.L. apposed his lungs were nliW'tid, limiui: a nt J. M. TrolilN. cough until lie si Dr MackenAlthough I have known of the deceased zie, of London, who loitnd that this sympall of his life, and liave been for two years Twelve youuy men joined the Good Temp- tom nroe hum a disturbance of the liver. a teacher in the school of which he was a V. V. Herald. lars Liidjje Tliur-iln- y evening. member, J had little opportunity of knowThe above item, which has been going the ing anything of his disposition until last d There are eijjlit liosudeiH at lounds of the pie., - ol no special .signif- summer. iKe was attracted to my yard by tloiel de Siieolinti. icance other than to the tiersnn.il friend ol some children w ho were engagid in lively Mr. liooth, except that it bt inns to liglit a enjoyment a participant in Tlie Slate Convehiitui ol tne Christian truth of the gveatist importance to the their pleasure,lie been me afterwards would and often Few people pa.'.s tlirongh life with-ou- t come and spend several hours in my Church mcetp in Lexington on the iGth world the alllictton ol a coit'.'h at Home point He wan amiable in turn, aHeclioiiale inst. in their career. In ino-- t o:ie thi-- i is in nature, and alwm.s willing to accommothe reMilt of a ci.ld or the beginning date his friends The alt lloit.-e- , alter iiuvini; hecn ilent The lines bolow arc com of consumption, and thousands have become d to his memory : Mii('u dune, !kik couiuieiineil operations terrified at this revelation and have fonirlit Dear Philip, llttl.! itl.fwc feel . again. hv a immure of air and the ol emu'li Tlmt tills would be thy 1ml, medichies to avert tlie impending 'flint thou .o soon would claim tho jmvc Mr. tlfilin l Sneed, oi'thU city, and Mi.--. It may safely be To bo thy lonely cut. that more than hall Fronic Lee, ol' Louisville, will be married on the couu'hs which aie alllicting the world We snw thee just one month ngo In health, with spirits hi ill, today do not have their origin in the luns, tiio l'Jth inM. but 'ire the result of mote serious troubles No thought was uc.ir to make u fuel Th ut thou so must die. The reunion association ol" Gen. John in other organs of the body. "Liver coughs" exceedingly conruon, and yet are al- At school, hut jut one abort mouth since, Morgan'- - men will he organized in Lexing- aie Thou mmtered the roll cull, most wholly Aiisiug from ton Mondav. a disordered tiite of the liver they chow And now for thcu upon our chinks Tcnrs ol their reMitts by coiiiieHtion of the lunge. We'll often regret must full. dnjs, think of Uev. Greerr (.'lay Smith will nsit in a In fast, the ed'ort. of the liver to throw oil' And !oeiiC!i enjoyed with tluo, protraeted meeting to begin at Clayvillage, the disease, produce couching even when We'll note the places thou hast been tlie luiiiisfiie in a liealthv .state. And nheie tliou sccmst to be. Shelby eoantv. week Hut it is a to Mippoe that stHi And when the dnlly r.ui!8are filled Fost Ki:j7 A cottage of two room, on delicate tiue. as ihe In n - can loan remain And umich to tho coimimnd, in a healthy condition when they are being Then will nipciir oni' viic.iut plico the Veiailles 'pike, one tnilc from town. constantly Where once thou used to stund. imitated by coughing. Such a Apply to Mr.. Kliznlit'th Shittery. theon would be nhHird. Consumption, We le:ie theu in thy little bed, All Htrcnn with buds mid llowers, which was feared at first. i. certain to take Whilo thoughts of thoc, dear ehet'islicd friend, Lot of Fun ahead Joim Thompson Mon- place unless something is done to check the Will gild our lonely hours. day night and Katie Putnam Tin-dat cause. This n,us( be plain to every thought oto therefore, Major Opera House See Drydeu and lul mind It Advertised Letters. ' liver that the onlv way in which congh' ecure vMir seat1- in time. can be removed is by restoring the liver to Frank rout, Kv October ?., ISS2. health. Mr. .In. Gibbons formerly of the firm In this connection another fact of "rent Armstrong, Benj. Johnson, of Gibbons iC' Sullivan, ha opened a falcon importance becomes known, which can best Brown, Andy. Long, Amy on St. Clair street, in tiie room formerly oc be explained by the relation of an actual Bush, A Hurt Lewis, M.iggie event Mr V , a wealthy cattle dealer Blanton. B F Moore, Kaliu cn pied by Mr. H S. Ellie. of Colorado, became greatly reduced in Bishop, Cal Mitchell, Kmma J ; health and came east to Chicago, for the Brown, Fannie Muhl. Win Some of tlie ho close u'j purpose ot being cured. He consulted Dr. Barbee. Joshua Pi ice. E on Siiinl.iy claim that others do not observe J , one ot the leading physicians of tlie Cornelius, Cat Quiggins, Fannie the law and are not l. Let there country on pulmonic subjects and began Crosby, John (2) Hober t, G W treatment for the cure of hid lungs.. But Cloud, James How laud, J II be no distinctions Treat all alike. his cough increased while hi- -: strength de- Cole, Willis Scheaffen, John V creased. Finally he Scales, Li;c.ie We have several bunches of keys that another physician anddetermined to consult Elliott, August applied to Dr. li . Evans, Howard Smith, Mary E have been found and left at this office at After a careful examination he was informed Folast, Frauky Spicer. Moses dift'erent times by the finders, and if anyone that his lungs wrts perfeeth sound, while Godlrey, John D Stoll, Jrs. Sallie V Tisle, Eugene has lo'i kevs they might find them among hi kidneys were in a most terrible condition. Gitrbbs, Sallie He had all the apparent svmptoms of con- Hairs, Chas WhiuiHire, F P them. sumption but he was siifiering from the Harvey, Mary AVeley, Geo terrible Bright' s disease. Tlicayinntoins of Say advertised when calling for these In our last issue we announced wc would consumption are often the sure indications) utters. J. CLIIatoiiitt, P M. publish the list of registered voters, of Bright'. disease. The above truths regarding coughs have but we are unable to do so from the fact that the list has not yet been prepaied for publi- been known by the leading physicians for several years but the public have never cation. been informed ot them. They are serious facts, however, anil should be .understood bv ... . . . . t . .1 .. i ..11 i t.. . llliU "angers wnicn nugiit otlierwr-iiumiier or our citizens tool; advantage s,"i TIk'-of the reduced rates yesterday on account of ,rove fatal ma-- l,e nvou,e(l: clyrI.v men i, nun me ivni ii urn it lit;ini "KViifiifK- ilnv" at ti., IjinfMiunii ' I'lsnuum; mi. EC. laduey and liver are such vital organs that JiXpOslllOII, to go over and hear Bt other their healtJ should be carefully guardeil. Barnes. The distressing, hacking cough, which is No. 4'M Main Street, over Cruteher Si Starks' "WHITE HALL" Clothing House, often dreaded as tlie forerunner of consumpMr. Robert Darnaby and Miss Ilattie B. tion, and the wasting strength which accomXeal, of Lexington, were married in the panies it, in all probability may arise from kidneys' or liver, weakened or di.ea-e- d parlor of the Capital Hotel Thursday after- restore which would cause returning healthto SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED pictures noon by Rev. .1. if. Lewis. Tlie crmnb. How this most desirable end may be at- - in tho coy of firm will tho of nil styles and Why people of Frankfort lialoiigbeen was an unusually good lookiii" one n,i .M'1' problem, but few send to the city for work when they enn " if III III l.ai.lL.l.. r - (I,,. .... IKI'tlllM t.. Oct.25-tf- . :it home? " present nay seenu.l to be in a hurry to the knot tied ive ilonger any doubts that the popular , n cruel parent or big brother was remedy known Kidnev T : .. o....,.l .n imenere wiui their arrange-tnent- s and Liver Cure as Warner's Safe comet, ..i . bus done more to The groom is a printer, and we relieve, nntl restore these organs than au DEALER in saple and fancv congratulate lum on having secured to "ood other preparations ever before known'. There are hundred of instances which have a "take." occurred within the past three months where individuals have believed themselves the vicBelle Point. tims of consumption, when, in reality it wns deranged kidneys and liver, which this rePWIS, SHAY GUSSH. J no. E. Jones, late of Xew York City, markable medicine has completely cured, as witness the following statement : was in town Thursday. I cordially invite you to call nnd examine ru Bitfai.o, N. Y., July 0, 16S2.1 believe New arid Fresh Stock of (luods. Mr. Ed. Brawtier and wife visited friends if to be a fact that thousands of cases of in Shelbyvillu Saturday and Sunday. consumption can be successfully MAIN STREET, FRANK rORT, KY Mr Sid. S. King visited relatives ami treated by simply using Warner's Safe Kid- Sep3 tf. friends in Eminence and vicinity the first of ney and Liver Cure as directed. 1 was one of the "given up to die" persons had every the week. symptom of the last stage of consumption Mr. J. T. Deakins has purchased of Mr. bad cough of four years standing, night L. L. Conway a lot on the corner of Todd sweats, chills, etc., etc. A season South and Wilson streets. did no good, and the fact was the case Our Sunday School still improve-- . The looked discouraging. I took Warner's Safe average attendance i about 45, which is a Kidney and Liver Cure, nnd in three months milE SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF regained over twenty pounds, and my I. Dudley Institute will begin Mobility, Seppretty good following or our town. 1S82. Prior. Tuiinkk will be tember 11th, health was I'ullv restored. Mr. Jas.D. Moore, who was severely hurt insisted by Mil. It. W. Towso.v, it grudii'ito of W. C. BEACH, early in the spring by a fall from a scaffold, Foreman Buffalo Rubber Type Frondry. tho University of Virginia, nnd n tenehor of experience, highly coiutncndoJ by his putrons, lsaiile now to go around on Crutches. There are thousands of people in America Tcnn3 for session of twenty weeks. The Council has ordered that all sidewho believe they are the victims of $20 00 walks to be hu'lt hereafter are to be six feet consumption, and destined to an earl v grave, Primary Department 2J ill) Intermediate Department wide, and can be built of brick, wood or and who are trying to save themselves by Collegiate U7 00 stone. the use of consumption cures, but are grow- Mueic and painting nt tctickcr'a rates. No extra charge for French or Herman. Judge Pence is constructing his China iiig worse each hour. Let all such persons property into it double dwelling, and when stop, and calmly consider whether they completed will he quite an improvement to are not seeking to check a disease in the lungs when it is located in the kidneys and our town. liver. Let them then treat the disease in its Captain S, V. Pence and wife went to original stronghold, and by the remedy , Cincinnati Wednesday on the steamer City which has been proven to be "the most They will return Saturday ot Frankfort. and then look for the return of health JONES BROS., Proprietors. or Sunday. and happiness which such treatment is sure to bring. Mni ataeturcrsof all kinds of New W'orl. toi There has not been a sermon preached here this year. Why is this; have the Skinny Men. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, preachers forsaken us ? This is the first "Wells' Health He newer" restores health year we have been overlooked for some STEAM GAUGES, year's back. The Chapel is free to all de- and vigor, ctrres Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexal debility. $1. nominations. How a Blunderinp- Judgment Mny be Responsible for tho Most To tho Memory of Philip H. Smith. Serious Results. nKMCATED to ins l.tirt.i: msit.u, mahv -- (t W7.RH t B H vu w. SMiJL1ij&'JUl.lXJLJ&.& J 9 r P B H ii!gitinr Cini'Jiiiinli, Lonisvill(3 and Madison Packuli i Si T. U I fruits run! French cnmlicft just cil & ST. CLAIR STREET, 7H Vii A. r're v tf?SQS$ , M0"7? li MAIS AND BIlOAJnVAY, Keep? -- red.-tere- -- ciuictiintly on hnnd cloth. i!oelln?, nnd tho new-1- 7 3 U'lV cdt styles ot fiino.y Fundi O'usi-K- i vM nirrcji. ilo is prepnrtd to nnilie vV-(St-J --Wt'. thei.l tip on short tintlec. nnd civcn perfect lilting guriuentr, stylish and $'$ K3'Witi l$'Vrl The U.S. Mnil Lino Company's clagnnt stcainer pns-ceng- er CITY of FRANKFORT arrive :it FianUfort on Tuemlay, Tliurs-d.i- y, nnd Saturday. IicnviH FrntiTifurt on Vcd neinliiy, Friday nml Sunday of eneli week. Freight reeelvcd for nil points on tho Will ICon-ttieliy o. julyl.Itm com-p'lii- y, ii nil Ohio riVcrc. con-.-ider- HAC1SLBTS ILLVST&&TBB! SAM. SANDK11S, Tiioh. Oav.S, nmr. 2j-t- f. Mmlcr. J tferk" JOHN A. ZUCK, AytnU po-e- ii'-- e ROLLED GOLD, VnBU3TEB TO WE1B Frankfurt, Ky. r FHaH B T0 10 YDtHS. 03STLY $4 A PAIR, THE HEW ROUTE EAST! VIA DELIVERED ON EE0EIPT OF PRI0E. by-go- WASHINGTON'. Smtpab and Si Railway, THE 01ILY LINE RUNNING mi-ta- ke SOL. 2D TKiAIKTS lt- !H9 WITH ifll! PULLMAN SLEEPING COACHES, FROM ay, LEXINGTON - rea-on- ," -- - WASHINGTON, THHOUCSll THE (Smmlpsfc 8conpry in Amorica NEW YORK Connecting tliiect in Penn. Depot for siloon-keeper- s KODOBR I5I10S.' KNIVES, BEST IN THE WHOLE WORLD, USE, PIIILilELI'lllil U THE ONLY DIRECT LINE TO pro-ecn- tc Virginia and the Carolinas. nt (o) Ticki'l.i are on sale nt principal Ticket Put, up ill a niee case, nnd delivered by express Ofllucs, nml nt tlie ficncrnl Ollicc o' the U. on receipt of Write for our prices on O. Hiiilivay, o. 82 PER SET, Spoon and I''orks. buying from us. You will save money b Louisville 340 West Main St., nuMieS'S For turtlicr information EHX.ST, fJcii'l SoniliwcHtern Agent, J. C, Louin-villi- ;. I to-d- ay The Kentucky Jeweler, 0. W. .SMITH. Gen'l JMti II. W. FULLER, Oon'l G. A. D. LEXINGTON, KY. S. linger. Puss'r Ayt. nrv.v, JI. D. Capital Gallery r, Smiiii, M. IX .--i . . . flSU. Fsi -- , Ji'g Drs. Smsth & Brown Physicians - e ' v v - a. MATTSE2?, I Wt tiFft BP I tt x3 tip y 1R Church, S TX IS. Surgeons, F O 3K X , KY. next door to tho Unptist $ Ollico nnd residence Cl.ilr street. - "w. J. OHmxr, DKAI.KK IN 'it ! I . 1 ALL EINDS OF COAL, Willaollattho yory lowest figures lAci-vis-- W. S. DEHONE; DRY GOODS, l a. requiring BRf)lV?7'S SIICJ; BITTERS cro cnrinit c:cc i'av .'ill l(s:uBt: rt fO!Mpl-!o T' FOR CASHi DON'T GET LEFT TAKE TIIE ' Dudley Institute. in tho fttaimoh, li,m,;bi,:i, The only lion i'rcpnraiion tluxtv.'ilJ tlu tue.'Ii or 't blucJ.on hy r.!l Drrii?-gist!)hl jrivo liciKlncIsr. t $1.00 :. hot tie. miowx cii::: tcAfi co. lt-jii- cl rlly fuiU,c:ctton,IV.ysr)Csiii, 1'i'vcr.-.-, "VV.u.i ol Aiipotito, J;".r,L: r;J" ICni.Ty, linos ol" etc. Kv.ri'.'lu tho hlood, trc:ifyiii-otui the iir.iscic-;-. , unil p.ivcs new 15fo to lily AcIh IJIin a riuirm on tho C.izor.iiva oi"ns, roinorln; nil tiypopf j oyniptotmi, Hiioh no tuntin;; tho f.iin!, Inter-mittcnt. Hir'-nqtli, tonii;; cfipo nci-vrs- Louisville & Nashville Eailroad. -- (Lou., Cirr. Tlie Great k Lexington Division) Tlirouli Trunk Line to ami the t cle. CINCINNATI and the EAST, LOUISVILLE IT IS SOUTH. 1 Cu. HeoiUtiiU Iron RIHin nil liitv crjw-- l irjt.i ru line tin ,o h I I irn ' u . t'.i'Mivii r'' vi iru;jjtt 155 Miles ihe Shortest Route To Little Hock, Hot Springs arid Tcxns. to-d- rpetaan HHuHHnmR'i3ftfw.MifVflWBBPtfBHPft PULLMAN PALACE CARS Hun Tlirouyli From Louisville to Memphis, Little Eock, Nashville, Decatur, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and New 0: leans WITHOUT CHANGE. Trains of thU Company from Fr.inlrfort mako connections nf Imuinvillo with train on Mnin Lino for Memphis, Little Iloclc, Nnsh-vlllMohllo nnd Xeiv Orleans. Also with trains for nil points in the North unit West. efl'ect-ive- FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, BEFORE -A- NDr-AFTER . e, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, CC, Rheumatism is the most terrible disensi About 7 o'clock Thursday evening the JCSyContracts for New Work in ar.y ni that has ever aillicled humanity, yet it inll of Messrs. Congleton Brothers was stantly yields to the powerful drugs that of the State, discovered to he on fire, but wns Kendall h Spavin Cure is composed of. One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets. before any damage was done. Head advt. April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. saw-miextin-guislied iC-- tf Vioon, Wastino Wkaknkssbs. nnd nil thoso dlseMes of.a I'ensoNAb NatvIui resulilnir from Aui'iiss and OTUKit Causes. BnocJy relict nnl complete restoration of llBALTn, Viaoit and Makiiood U uakantkud. Tho graedctit dlworery ot tho Nlnctnenth Century. Scad at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC IEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH. Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Days' Trial TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD, TrilO aro mfJoTlntt from Nnnvoca Dbbilitt, y Lost Vitality, Lack or Kunvn Foiica and R EMIC "l ANTS to Arkansis nnd Texas should writo or sec on agent of this Company before purchasing their tickets. V C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A Louiville, Ky. ' 'r - r,i pom A.lj'