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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 fra1882110401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'tiNtii The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Volume VI. fEtssncBMts FRANKFORT, KY.. NOVEMBER 4, Messrs. IF. J. Todd, W. J. Chinn nnd K. McClurc will consent to serve the There vill he prciicliit.g nt tlic I.eestou'ii citizens ef the Third Wnrd in the next Council they will receive very nearly the Chinch evening nttv quarter pnst unanimous support of the voters of that 4 o'clock. MANY VOTERS. ward. nlioillilirri. 1882 nrcjuujjMJBiMi Number 7. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes the great gun of the fall season of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I DAVIS returns from the East with a stock boujjht for The Amnio lins urcepu-ithe Knickerbocker 'Biuce. l tin ii;ency for No more round Call. If R. HEW DEPARTURE ! SPOT CASH and at prices that will astonish you. Ho offers no fuluilous impossibilities Foil Hunt. One. or two rooms, either furnislieii or unfurnished, in ntiooil locntion. Apply nt tlii.s oflice. A Card. To the voters of (hv Second Ward City ofFrank But for tho purchaser, and respectfully invites your inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, Means What he Advertises. His immense STOCK is ail ready fort: The City of Frmildorl came up yesterday In response to the solicitations of nuevening nnd will leave for Louisville at S merous friends and a call made upon me through the Roundahout, I announce iiiornitij:. o'clock to the mvsclf as a candid'ite for A hott-- e coutnining six oflice of Councilman. Soliciting your supFon RnxT. port, I am room1!, located on Clinton street, near WashVerv respectfully, ington. Apply to Thrw. Lee. LEWIS MANGA X. Mr. C. V. Fincell ha opened a new meat A Card. Htore in the room in the Mansion House Mock formerly occupied hy Mr. Logan Mc-Ke- To the voters of the. Second Want City of Frankfort: where lie will keep constantly on hand In response to a call made upon me to bea full line ol frcdi and salt meatH, and will come n candidate for Councilman, I hereby fill orders promptly at lowef-- t rates. Call announce myself and respectfully solicit e, Wholesale and retail dealers in STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, 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-class. I. DAVIS, St. Clair Street, Murray Building, Sept. FRANKFORT. KY. -- u. Respectfully. Rumor bnyn tlmtii wedding will shortly tt. C. CHURCH. take place near Peytona. Shelby county, A Card. that will tiHtonUli the native." in thnt section. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., The parties have reached an age at which To the Voters of (he Second Ward : they would lie least expected to commit Having been called upon in the last matrimony. The prospective luide and of tne Rot'XDAiiOi'T, in connection with Successor to 15. F Mick, Mnln Street. Fwik-for- Lgrootn Messrs. R C. Church and L. Mangan. tu have our hist wishes. Ivy., continues tho watch repairing business become a candidate for Councilman, alter ut tho old stand. JJ nrninptnvss uml cnrcltil 1 bine concluded to so anWe have heard a jjicnt deal about tramps some reflection work he hopes to merit tho pntromigo of those nounce myself. If elected I will rcpaiieil withwho ilcsiro to hae their wuteho running all sorts of risks to steal rides on the duties to the best of my ability, lor the out ilatnugc being doun them. Surveyors' comrailroad trains, but a young man of that interest of the whole city. The position I passes repairod ;ind other insfiitiieiiu requiring delicate and accurato niljustiuent. persuasion performed a feat at the depot in do not seek nor want, but being urged to acthis city, one inoruiiij last week, that is cept bv some of mv best friends will so do. .10IIN E. MILES. In retiring from business in Fr.inkfort I take ju-j- t a little ahead of anything we have entire cunlldcnco in pleusuro in expressing niy heard of yet. When the morning passenSwitzer. .Mr. S. Ay res. and from my Ion? acquaintance ger train came from Louisville and stopwith him as a workman, do not hesitate to comBorn. October 27th, to the wife of J. W. mend bitii its every w.iy capablo of meeting the ped at the platform, he took his stand Annie Lee. McConnel, a daughter expectation of my former patrons. in the street by the side of one of the II. F. mi:ek. Mrs. Lizzie Hopkins is now visiting her Sept. coaches and waited until it commenced to mother, Mrs. Griffith, in Owen county. move off towards Lexington. When it Aunt Nancv .Jones is spending several had gotten well started he quickly darted days at Mr. .1. A Carter's this week. i under the car, climbed upon the truck frame, Miss Annie Tlioui.isou, of New Castle, is curled his legs around the timbers and laid visiting her sister, Miss Ida. near this place. AVE It was B. F. Sutcr that was reported as u between the frame and the bottom of FOLLOWING GOODS i '(.'car went off with the train, and we sup-- . being very ill last week and hot B. T. Switzer, as it appeared in print. reached the point he desired to go to in JLT THE 12 Mr. .John Ireland returned from Monterey A. we have heard nothing of a Inst Monday, where he hud been spending limn In in um over between this citv and several days with his dear girl. v! tu ' in the last two weeks. lie' was We are expecting n visit from Mr. B. D. If the order is sent by mnil with post offioi (i u g "i and rather small, which ac- Head, of Monterey, and we hope that he i II. stamps : registered letter, or postage - 'it in!: able to vet into so small will soon make his appearance. o um .' North Fork Church will soon have a new Silver Thimbles, open or dos3d ends, 24 cts. a u ink. organ. Steps are already being taken to a The M - 'n.ry i. uiu of Franklin Bap- procure one. We hope that the efforts of Solid Silver (Sterling Guaranteed) tist Assoeia. m v ill meet at the Baptist tho-- e who are laboring to that end will be Tea Spoons, $3 85 per set. Church in FranUort on Thuisday next, at crowned with success. young folks went Quite a The following Solid Silvei Tabie Spoons, $10 65. 11 o'clock A. M. said Board: Thos.named hickorynut number of ourWednesday. They hunting last Rodpciftons comprise man, sr., T. J. Stevenson, L. B. Witt, R. ,F. spent the who'e day traveling through the EODGERS' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 OTS. .Shannon, .). B. Lewis. M. McGrew. T W. timber and when evening came they returnKodgorH' Tea J"iooiih, $ I .BO per set. Scott, Thos. Fanner, .1. Polk Moore, J. B. ed home without any hickoryuuts, or at least very lew. Rodgers' Tabic Spoons, $2.o0, Thar p. Oxcu a wi:i:k. J. M. LEWIS, , I i"a l and fec him. your support, SAMUEL AYSRS, BEST BRA2STDS OF Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. All WATCH HAMER, iue t, other goods handled in their season. outfits. Hunters' complete FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Fine Sept. 30-- Breech-loadin- g CA.TL.1L. 3 Shot Guns a Specialty. :!0-- tf FOR A SHORT TIME WILL SELL AND SEE FOE YOURSELF. m. THE -i PRICES MENTIONED, How ArriYing! AND FOR SALE ' 1 - AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stook of rJJ The Winchester Sun, in rinking ol Rev. J W. Mitchell, formerly pastor of the M. E Church, south, in this city, nnd whose friends in this section arc as numerous as WITH ALARM. 51.50. '.he snndci on the sea slioie, so to speak, Solid Gold Kings, either with a set or plain says : Rev. ,L W. Mitchell, appointed bv the gold, fur tho littlo folks, 75 cents. last annual Conference of the M. E. Church LARGE ASSORTMENT OP south, to the pastorate of the M. E. Church south, at this place, is meeting with the He is hearty approval of his congregation. a preacher of niaiked ability, a thorough christian gentleman, and a zealous worker in the cause of the Muster. STEM WINDING N1GKLE CLOCK Rodgers' Porks, $2.50 Per Set. Rotors' Knives, $1.60 Per Set. IT SI, o Ch'm. Bridgeport. Mrs. Prue Chinn has been quite ill this week. Mr. D. D. Vannntta, of Shelby county, was in the village this week. Allie Wilson and Daiscy Parrent have been very much indisposed this week. Aunt Sallie Roberts is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kizzie Vannntta, Shelby county. Rub your specs, Mr. A. Miss Sue Robinson, 'ol Frankfort, is visiting in this The Muysville. Sunday Morning Call says: AMD SHOES For Fall and Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF WATCHES, DIAMONDS, .A.N1J vicinity. Mrs. Rosa and Emma Zook, of Belle Point, have returned home from a viit to fiieuds in this section. Mr. Tns. Sargent and daughters. Miser Amelia and Georgie, paid a vUit to lelatives in Owen county this week. Misses Bettie Roberts and Mary Robin son, who have been visiting friends in Shelby county, have returned home. Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for weekending Nov. 3d. IbSli: Charlie Russell, Lena Roberts, Lucy Brown, Tillie Branch. Annie Dowden, John Brown, Samuellii Crockett, Emma Russell, Willie Parrent, Charlie Watts, Ruthie Roberts. Sallie Ruth Wilson, Bernice Jenkins and Willie Russell. Advertised Letters. ! FitANKroiiT, SILVER PLATED WARE BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ky., Nov. 4, 18S2. Send for our Prices before you buy. Brown, Anna OTIS W. SaT'STDSB, Manufacturing Javeler. ftiST Work Sltop ami Sales Room: Upper st opposite Court House, Lexington, Ay. FRUIT A SUPERIOR tock of TUBES. Fruit mid Ornuinontal FALL OF 1882. Trees, Small Fruit, Grapevines, Plants, mid everything found in a flrst- clang nursery establishment. Wo employ no ngrntF, but glvo our commisHouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. sion direct to tho planter. Wo refer to our old $100 Reward BfijpPinin and Decorative Paper Hanging patrons. Our now catalogue will bo sent on Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't a speciality. application. be cured with (I nil's Catarrh Cure. Taken II. F. I1ILLKNMEYEU, Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly Price 75 cunts. internelly. April t Lexington, Ky. attended to. aep 6 tf Mave, Hob Brnwner. Martha Miller, C W Brown, II T Morris, John S Botkin, .lames McOinnis, Win II Campbell. Lusa A Nickel, C L Donken. Boob Oliver, El nam Elides, Thomas J Price. M .1 Filtel, Cartheen Ryan, dossil1 L Gnrry, Henry Scruggs. Alice Gardner, JolurW Scott, Evcrline Handv, Nancy Washington, Larle liarvy, Mary (Inner. Nohia Qiiency, Betlie "Buohupaiba." White, Fillie, Hannaker, Sallie Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kid Williams, Mattie .Jones, Addie. ney, Bladder and Urinary Discuses. $1. Williamson, Sam'l Johnson, Fannie Druggists. Parrenl, Wash .lordaii, L A Say advertised when calling for these & letters. J. U.IIatuuitt, P M. .Johnson, Lettisha Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED J. C. sept23-t- f BUSH, D. D. S W. J. CHINN, DKALKK IN EGBERT SON, FKANKPORT, IY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Can bo found at bis office from 8i u. ra. to 5 p. ui. ready to do all kinds of ilcntal work to tho entire satisfaction of those who may chosn to July 15-t- y patronize him. ALL KINDS OF COAL, Willsollatthe rery lowed figures i6-t- FOR C A. S H ! amiM' itpft- ,l , iiiiiihiiMiiiiiiiniiiMw cxrasmnrsran-vrav- n FRANKFORT (ntdrcilntthopot-fflcciU UOUiNDABOUT. l'mnhfurt, Kentucky niiiil.iMo mutter. a second cliws GEORGE "Bd-ito- A. LEWIS. aiicl n'ovi:mri:u 1. frank fort, A IS": blue pencil murk (X) on your i:i per lin- - not 'tidicnles tlint your Iicph p:i III for some time, nun1 you sire requested to settle :it once. pul-ctipti- Tho War on the Upper Ohio. accordance with the order of the Adjutant CIcner.il issued last week, the McCreaiy ami Nuckols Guards lelt this JVity Monday morning, in company with a company of the Louisville Legion and a section of artillery ftom that city, who came up the eeninj; and spent the night here, for the pin pose of aUling in guarding Neah and Ciaft, the Ashland murdeiers. to CatlctUhurg. At the time the militia left it was rumored in tin city that a large numher of men in Ashland, Catlettsbuig and Tronton, Ohio, hail handed themselves together and sworn thai the should never leave 15od county alive, and great appieliension was felt here let our hoys would have trouble after a change of venue w.is granted, and they should attempt to remove the prisoners, and the papers weu; anxiously searched each day for news from Catlettsburg. Until Wednesday afternoon no infoi mntion of an alarming nature was received, and it looked as though the trouble was all imaginary ; but about 4 o'clock in the afternoon of that day a dispatch was received from Mr. Chailie O. Reynolds from Hanging Rock, Ohio, anuounring that there had been aiight at Ashland, but the boys. were all safe. The news spread rapidly anil created great Laigc crowds gathered on the street coineis and about the telegraph office, and everything in the shape of news was eagerly caught at, but nothing of a satisfying nature could be gotten hold of until the official leport of Maj. J. R. Allen was issued as a supplement to the Yeoman Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock. It then became known that the boys had reached Lexington and would be s at home on the afternoon train, and ai weie made to give them a sort of informal reception. When the train arrived a large crowd gathered and escorted the two companies to the State House Yatd, where an address of welcome was delivered on behalf of the citizens by Hon. Ira Julian, which was responded to by Col. J. Stoddard Johnston on behalf of the soldieis, and then the boys were dismissed and allowed to go to their homes. They were hoon surrounded by friends and eagerly questioned as to the events of the day fbefoie, and each conoborated fully all the statements of Major Allen made in his official report. One young man told lis that eveiy one on board the boat would be willing to swear to the truthfulness of that document. It seems Major Allen was notified Wednesday morning that a mob had gathered at Ashland and were seaiching every west bound train for the prisoners, and determined to re. turn with his command by river. While making arrangements to leave, a train filled with aimed men arrived from Ashland and demanded i.f him the surrender of Xeal and Craft, which demand he promptly refused to acceed to, and it looked as though a collission between the mob and troops was bound to follow ; but just at this lime the Steamer Granite State arrived, and the soldiers and prisoners weie taken on board, the McCreary Guards covering the retreat down the river bank. As the boat left the mob informed the soldiers that they hail 2,000 men and two pieces of artillery at Ashland and would catch them theie. They then returned to their tiaiu and began a race with the boat to Ashland. At a point a mile or two below Catlettsburg, wheie the lailroad runs close to the river, the nun on the ti.iin opened lire on the militia, the shot striking the water all aiound the boat, but not a shot was filed in return. This doubt'es led the mob tj believe theie was no fight in the soldiers, so they pushed on to Ashland, took possession of the ferryboat, and as many as could get aboard did so, pushed out into the river, hailed the Gianite State and attempted to stop her ; but as their commands to stop the boat were not heeded, they fired a number of shots at the soldieis, slightly wounding several of them, when Major Allen gave the command lo liie, and it was obeyed with a will, und the ferryboat was soon too badly disabled to follow them further. The McCreary and Nuckols Gunids weie stationed on the hurrican deck of the steamer, and at them the principal fire nf the mob was directed, but both companies bore thenuelves like true soldieis, especially the Nuckols Guaids, who had to fire ov.r the McUieaiys, while the latter weie lying down behind a . temporary Dr. Alvin Duval!, Assistant Surgeon, received a bullet in his Harry Giaham, of the coat; Sergeant Tn he-for- e mm-derci- s McCrearys, had a bullet pass through his helmet ; Coipdral Duncan Holmes, of the Nuek-ols- , was glared under the left eye by a buckshot, and 1'iivale Louis Scott, of the same company, had the end of the ceond finger of lii left hand shot off, and lcceived a scalp wound from a buckshot. The mob weie aimed with shotguns and pistols, and filed not enly fiom the ferryboat, but the bank, many of the soldiers saying that they distinctly saw the tl?sh of guns all along the levee at Ashland, from the river to the head of the grade. All the boys wc talked with say their liie was dueoied against thc men on the fun') boat, and not once did they The fire towards the crowd on the bank. soldieis were also fued at by a few on the Ohio side of the river, and it is their belief that many of tho wounded on shoie were The statement by a cone- shot by the mob. spondcit from Ashland that there were only intoxicated wild boys on the twenty-fi- ve feiryboal it. lather thin, as everyone wno was in the light say.s the boat was full of men closely ci ow iled together. After leaving Ashland there was no further tiouble. The boat reached Maysvillc in lime for the troops to take the tiain for Lexington, where they ai rived about ten o'clock Thursday morning. It is to be legretted that so many valuable lives'were lo-- t at Ashland on account of sueh as Neal and Craft, but those v ho are mosi leady lo condemn thc militia for tlieii course would have acted as they did under the ciicunistances, and perhaps worst. And had they suriendmed the prisoners to the mob these same fault finders could not have cursed them enough. -- Albert H. Crntchcr Nashville and miciiI several the wet I; with his nurent-- t .. nu ... .. '. lie len uursr.ay aiieruoou where lie will open an olliee X. Atelier A" Co., in who-- e been for tne aear. Mr. J --t eame up from days the first ol in 1'elle for g"63 ! Ota U BfB fi B & MS fi'n uA n n ra n n ur i."3 &. a n fTTJv P.EW m WK tV BZJlfO ior ... l'oiut ! y 1 1 im-mm- ! i I will B employ he haa Meirs. 11. fffi H "Rough on Rata." Clenraout bed-bug- rut-- -, mice, ronehc.--- , Hies, ', Joe. skunks, Druggists chipmunk, nut", gouheth. P 1 n ft S keep constantly on lmncl a Full Stock of oaifS Fonstft-i'- i EStnoAVBRO'Si OL CALL AMD , vy w vw irvesh iTrmt and v esfetables of all Bl B kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. "PJZ "PS1 H. B0R3AB0T It IS COMMr.XCEl) SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. ( a WSkZtfAMS, ff& HIS , - FALL OPENINGIn all kiwli" of licef. Mutton, Turk. Vn1, Vonl?i)ii, in tha anil nil kliiil- - of Miiikct ; also FRESH AND SALT MEATS, UulTahi, fina k mW rTl ( VOX &3 ..iwi. - " I WO VJi ft tsaww ."rt 11 '3 M Hi tjrr. cm tT4. t'i I.I M n tiA Ks?ca in m ?A ki- inU29VER r.imT,'tL'!,r.'Pvxvio-FA mm mm &1 I j AT THE vv xirirfxrvxrnrvy9Tr .yurjvurxi it vi u :i i:cjuts: ) ! ! J cxrxj FRESH ami ARID SMOKED SAUSAGE. ulw 1 Wienrr Winst niul Until Snus.ij,'i, Iilood l'mliling- Livi-Wurst, ntnl Head Clicvtc ; m V"v 1 fift. nL'j ZFZZ KU.x'Ty i Fresh Lard and Bacon. All order" protiiiMy atteniled to. tiuiiihci b"i. Call telephone-.-liHiiijJT-a- rrra.vj.-- i iruzr.-en- x w iW 7 .."n2?,. kcj W M MX U KVrrni m t f (1 va z mz& isi&za a j acjnv.-.i-v v.'A'jtfvjn sxxszizxzxzzzsxzrzztzE cxaj ana ' crwj 8 r CASH ON DELIVERY. H. BUEOKHASDT. unvt I'll. ai3 rktv N3 Nu...... I vrzizsi iSZ'i.'KTSa yzrAxa cua s, cases' cruczsatsui w "" GRATE AMD MANTLE SETTING Bfj GoodIs end Glothintf Hous And Job Work of all Kinds in Uriel: Masonry piomptly attended to, either in the city or county. Leave orders at the tin and stove stoic of Mr. John T. lhtckley. A. II. NORWOOD. Oct. aJJ-i- your .sense of smell und Dealing, Hull's Catanli Cure will cure vou. 10 cents per bntilo Diiiggn-- t If Catarrh lisi- - deMroveil i" TOUGH 11 -- M'll it." range-incut- vcjv quiet elopement took place limn oflicr lor cnllcction. this city hu-- i week; so quiet in fact wii tiu not 28 in J. 1). MOOUK. lrfmV. lew iitluir emnlui ted linn nulMile of friend ot the panics interested but few pefson knew thai they wore mnrrinl until several dnvt after their return to tlii cit Jlr. George .Shaw, jounyest Min of Mr. .1. II. Shaw, had for time been jiuMre.-M'- s to Mi? liliza South, grandhis daughter of the late Col. Jerry South, but some of her family did not approve of the Post Office Department, the match and concluded to send her to the Washington, D. C, home of relative in one of the Mountain October 16, 1SS2. counties. Accordingly she was placed y of last upon the morning train We Proposals will be received at the to week, at Jouc.' .Station, and proceed thither; but Mr. Shaw hud been Contract Office of this Department notified of the programme and left thif city until 3 p. m. of January 6th, 1SS3, When the train pulled on the same train out from the Station he btepped into the for carrying thc mails of the United ladies ear, took his ladylove in charge, and upon the routes, and accordtogether they went to Aberdeen, Ohio, anil States souirht Uieecrvieusot Squiie Massiu Heanlc ing to the schedule of arrival and That gentleman wad not at home, hut had departure specified by the Departguile to Geoiiieiown. Ohio, on busine.-s- , and alter waitine all day for his return, they ment, in the State of Kentucky hungry hiiJ pioceeded lo Kiplcy. look thence lo Georgetown, where they were from July 1, 1S83, to June 30, 1884. , by Squire fieanley, linuliv made one Lists of routes, with schedules of and relumed to this cit Friday morning. 1 to lo indehtid All pcr.on knowing to the eftnli'nf the late Aleh. .v .Moure nre hereliy tidtilkit to cimiu t'nru'.iiil and sotlli- - 1 once, or their iieeoentu will bo jiluctil in t'.ie hand- - of an The grand opening last week was an immense success; and wc hope, by fair dealing and low prices, to continue to meet the approbation of our patrons. New invoice of MISSES' and CHILDRKNS' CLOAKS and SACOUKS. Elegant line of LADIES' SILK and FUR TRIMMED DOLMANS. In our Boys' and Childrcns' Clothing Department we are showing an immense assortment of SBPAKATB PA Boj's Pants at Childrcns' Knee Pants $ CO, rTi t j). 11 inti-mal- HAIL LETTINl Si 25, $1 50, $1 75 and upwards $0 75, $1 00 to $1 50 All other Departments now complete Everybody come to the pco- pie's Store, where all are treated alike. Notice to Contractors! HARRIS & HERRANN. ' Proprietors Arcaae. 11 ine-d.t- a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 'ocenes, FISHING ors r s Ain'j'p'-njN c 7 vBa ' W, WMWWVUJ 11 lle.-jb- FRAJSTKFO nm AM VA, Everything kopt in a First-clas- s Grocery always fOc sale at the lowest figures for cash. 011 hand, and None but the best goods sold. Sepl 3-- FOREIGN FRUITS, & O STEEET. KY. 3 TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, ., 111. Suv one. "'Ivi ndiill'h Spivin Cure - the beet liniment lor human flesh I ever used," arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts T WOULD and terms. ihou.-uiid- s have extolled it in similar FURNITURE. , Personal. Annie Macklin i.s attendiiiL' school in Cincinnati. Mr. .los. Smith, of Lexington, wna in the city Wednesday. Mr. W.I Steele and fawiiv will slioitly Mi.--. and bonds, and all other necessary i. J. R. Gialiain iV Sun-- in Major Hall building, next door my larjje and complete sloe!; of fine furniture, wliii.li I am information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant Postmaster General. invite the citiensof I'rnn'nfoit and vicinty to call at the old stand of to the and examine ollerin;; at I'ost-o'ilc- vssh.-s- ' laow F.ra'crjaEs aost. I also have on hand a lot of first class cash. T 15 K T, O. BOWS, Oct. 2S-6- t. SEWI ua 1ST G- - M A. C H I which V S, lenune to New .Jersey. Mr. Geo. V lierrv and wife liiend.s in Union county. are Postmaster General. viiiin. Mr. .John L. Sneed mid bride returiud (loin their biidal trip Monday Mr I'miik China left Wedneslny for a vi.sit to relative.- - near Greenille, Mississippi. Mih. Craft and childivu, o( Lagrange, and Mr-Levy, ol Cincinnati, are visiting Mis. M. H. U'iivlsihis week. . HALL'S tSTMT ipaTROI u ". ri O.J ..1 Hi f f, I AM OFFERING AT COST, UNDERTAKING In all its liranclies a specially. Mav RS 20-ii- ttlfJ.i .WIS : . ' 3 i . r .. l' ' IBBBBES zm 1 l mm I c ' tS 0rK& Orders piomptly attended to. v Q R. ROGERS. ii. VTJZ " I -- ZHJSQ BY PHY8ICIANTB. nlo remove to Abilene, Texas. - Mary MifMngill, of f'layvillage, who hits, been visiting her brother, in this city, for cewtul daa, leiuined home Widue'o day. sh'-rtl- Mr. George Alexander and wife left Wednesday lor Greenville, Mi-- s. They nil ,nncl Jntnrrh of tho Hasal of tho Ear. Eyo or L'taoraVlvo! Catarrh INTRHALLY, and Throat. Itlovukonupon tho Blood ana ooto UlRirCTLY Mucous Surfaces of tho System. It lo the host aiooU Purifier In the V0.;LD, and lo worth AU. that lo chargod for It, for TKAT alono. Oavlty-Ohro- 111 m i HI1 Pi M M w M CTVTJ I LI f nm Wk&BS K5 i Ri E2S3 DHL? IITSSSAL CUES FOR CAUSES Kl km Mr. Jos. Hobinsoi. and wife returned Sat niiluy from a trip lo Eureka Mr. II. ie yreiitly impioved in Spring-Arkansas health. Mr Waller B George ami wife, of wiling mhtrivc.- - in who have been wee'cn, left lor Ipmic thihcitv lor O'lii-enc- o, Thur.-di- n. bieast-woik- Mr. I'eter .lett an.! wife will leave jihotil the Kith hist, lor Corsica on, Texan, toppeiul the winter with Mi. .l.'a son, Mr. Ji in thai city. Gilt:iei. who Miss Ida Jllackbinn, of Natchez, ami MIm Maggie Blackburn, of Lueoniu, Arkansas;, who have been visiting relatives in this city, lelt lor their homes; Wednesday. I le-iih- -ti Ofllce Of A. T. BTETTARV& Co. I CnicAao, 111., Juno 4, 1US0. f H'enrt. F. J. CheneptltCo,, Toledo, O. tafco jrtuasuru in Inforinln? you aentUmen,l UitU'H C'Atorrh Cuio. It haa that 1 liwo cured iw I vro very bad -- awl don't hesltatu to pay that it vM c .tre any raso of Catarrli if taken Youra truly, properly. iiH-'- tarlN THE MAKICET. And wo offer One Hundroci Dollars for any ...Cqso QfCatarrhJt wllpot Ctiro. Willi CUKK ANY CASK. fil lizs W Jl ana &m isa Has already received all the novelties in, fall SUITING AMD TROWSERIHG. COMES latest styles. AND Xt'EJ&Wm "ZQTTSL OR25BB-- . i, Ji'ks&M, Mich., wrltm Havo liad E. Ilim-iACatarrh for JJO yai-n- . ITuII'h Catarrh Curo cured mo. ConiiUer it worth $10.00 a bottle. il liy all DruKlBt8 at TS cts por bottlo. MMntifni-turpuud Eolill.v F J. CHENEY iz CO. 3olo tfrcpriotorj, TOLKUO, OUIO. For Snio by JOS. LhCOMP'iT, DHUnOlST, y Oct South Frankfort. My-Sol18-l- WOPTn 010 A J. 1J. WEATnERFOBD. 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the Sat- IIOTTLE. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned urday. Leave your packages at the store. CRUTCHER Main Street, hrankfoti and Lexington. m STARKS. 3 w?agsna8aywff.wqrrjRVCTiCT r,rwlllvriv.7rn.-J,rrro6wvaWKrvttTrwflr- tv r FKAMFOiiT FJlANKI'OKT, ltOUNDABOUT. NOVUM IJKll I. IHS2. c'nild The funeral of Mr.". Lucy will take place tliia iiiorniii nl 10 o'clock from the lecture room of the Christian Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallv. It acts directly upon the blood and the mucous mm faces of the system. Price 7"ic. For sale by Jo-- . LeCompte, South Side, Get Berliericli lo make your wedding suit if you ivant something styli-- h and hand- Our Bargains Comprise a Line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. o rrs! Church. Uuv. J. M. I.ewirt, ol thin city, wnn reappointed (inind Ciuiplaiii ol tlieCiraud Lodui' some of Odd Fellows ill i r ctfioii in Wiuche-te- r last wick, and placed in nomination for (irand .Senior U'uiden next vear I NasH ar.V v' ' ca win 8 ta W J i mtBTflwniiiiHnuicooinT Hi. CJi -- TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, Oclolior 16, the foIlowiiiR lime tabic will lie in effect on the I & N. R. K. for thU point. TRA1HH I.e-iv- -- o i keeps a full J. supply of Staple and lancy M. ISjinta CO p -- I H n $ us e, fa o -- 2 ; Izskj - SOUTH. Loituvillc. No. t3 No. 20 Ko. 23 No. 2 1 l.civc Frankfort. 10:27 A. :.t 0:551'. M. SMS P. M. . , . 7:00 A. 7:20 p. 2:3; P. 5:15 p. M. m. M. M. Arrive nt l.oxintjton. tf.37 a. M. it:os P. P. nrr. nt FrnnkforlSijo r. I. nv-- 7:05 M. M. M. tuaivs south. Leave Saturday niglit'n imv look place as umihI Hen Untewood and Itiiiis-ea- ii in Cr.nv. Foil Sam: A piano. Apply at this Pointer, liotli of th colored poiMiiiBion, rot ollice. inn fit which resulted in Pointer tfi g a on the Versailles Fok Sai.i:. A kuile pretty frcclv on (Jntowood, inflictiii pike. Apply at this ollice. danucroiis wounds . Groceries. CO T,cinf;ton. A row occurred .Saturday nt Alton, . M. No. 17 . . . 8:15 7:00 A.M. No. 25 leaves Frankfort 6:00 a. n.urr. 1.011.9:10 a. :t. Andcrfion count v, hetween J.errv Horn, o:o p. M. No. 10 . . 4:10 p. m. 3:00 p. m. No. 21 , , , 1:10 p. m. colored, over a Mine 5:15 P. :i. white, and Jim Uo-'s- , 2:27 p. M. Train No. 21 makes connection for Cincinnati, ar- of uunl-j- , which resulted in the colored iimu riving llicrc at 7.15, p. tn. .Train No. 21 n.il.es con. liCLtion for Cinciiin.t ijirriviiiK there at i.'tts, f. in. drawing a pistol and shooting the white s No. a connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:01, p. in., arming at Frankfort at 8:30, mail in the heal, inflicting n wound from Frankfort. Arrive nt Louisville. 10:55 A.M. niht Two looms, lor lent, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. M. II. McKee. Nii'O liuu of hosiery nt Griffin Uros. o o sr o zl z i ' ! 1 111 k-- I. 111. K. V. 1IRVAX, Acent. which lie died Cashmeres stl rock bottom prices at Uriiiin nlno-littely 15 ro. Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revel "ers, Cartridges, Sta-- 3 tionery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, also miscellaneous articles too numer-- r ous to mention. In addition to the above " we keep at our stand in front of our store Tho cheapest place in the cits'- to buy China, Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warWooden-warBaskets, Chairs Chromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and. Tin-war- e. e, ki an oidinance ngaitn--t shooting Large lot of elegant oil paintings at A wedding nt t lie Catholic Clurch next within the city Hunts it certainly should lie Whitosiiles iV: McEwan's. wee!:. eni'iirced, for we nre infoi tiled that it n dangerous to v,u along tlie Htreets in The Congiesioiuil election Hikes plnoo the lower end of the city on nccoitnt of the 31. Tuesday. reckless manner in which pintolrf an: tired nt Griffin Fhumels extru The coal dealers ol this dity havo adopted oil' in that locality. the c.isli mMciii. Bros. A numher of pistol. Mnlon !y Dan Chap-maHANDKERCHIEFS in endless va tailor, :ets up Berliericli, the from UntyA: Hodman have not the nuliliiest suits to lie inn! iinywliere. yet lieeu returned, and the names ol several rietv nt Grillin Bros.' 'O parties who purchased them are known. CnshimM'es at rock bottom prices Tlie PreMilent has appointed ThutMlny. Now if those who have them do not wich to the 30th itiht., as tlio nnimal atOrlfltu Eros. he proiccuti'd for letaining stolen irnod.-- it Day. would he well for them to luing them in to Nice line of hosiery at Grillin the rfcilitlul owners.. .la iiicm F. Itoliiunn died nl Bros. liit; home near Cieor;etov.ii Tuesday night, The following story ii told of one of our aged 82 years. on tr soldiers: He went to a neighbor's a a M. home in this city to srn--id the njjlit Mr. Diii. Sheehaii, of this oily, find Mi?Mary Danyhcrty of Lexington, will he mar- friend, the balance of the lainily being from good a. home. Alter retiring ami extinguishing the ried on the Ifitli iiiKt. Largest and elieapest line of light the w.ung man ol the house began J. G. Dudley A; P.ro have re talkiiii! about what they would do in ca-- e a Jeans in he city is at Grillin iJros.' moved their ollice to the comer of Main anil btiiglar should get into the lioiitc, when our Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' Ann ativelH, opposite the Capital Hotel. young friend said, "Oil, IcU talk about ll'thore is o FKTTITS and TCGrTABLSS, --c. Finest Celery iii the city nt J. Bantu's. chei OYSTERS AND FISH. WE ALSO HAVS A HICS STOCK 01 o FRENCH AND!EH, z2 Me.-si- s. o P3 Tliatiks-jjivinj- .' . Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Hespectfully, Sipt. 0' BRYAN & BANTA. a i f- -3 fcsl o OQ 11 - Mes-firs- . Dr Alvin Diivtill, jr., of this city, wns on Surgeon Saturday commissioned as of the Third llnttalion, K. S. G., by the Governor. The question of building a church in Belle Point is being agitated hy the pious portion ol the citk'.eiib of that village. A good move and should he pushed with oner- Mr. Eli l?06el, an old iiml well known better known as Eel citizen of Kos-el- l. died at his home just below tli e. city, Saturday night, in the Slst year of thin-count'"-ag- Mr. E. L. Meagher puichased, the hut of the week, from Mr. L. Woitzt-l- , two ol the double brick cottages on upper Main hundred dollars, Btreet, for twenty-fouequal to cash. r surprise party was given Miss Sadie Fugh on Tuesday evening by her young friends in this city. A large number of young people attended, who enjoyed the occasion very. much. A 4 Smith whs honored on Tuesday by the celebration, at St. The marriage of Dr W. L. Hodman, son Paul's Chinch, New York, City, of the of Gen John Ixodninii, and Miss Beltie C. fiftieth anniversary of his ai Stewart, oldest daughter ol Dr. J. Q. A. Bishop, and was presented with a massive Stew art. Superintendent of the Institution gold chalice and pater. for the which took place a' the Presbyterian Church at noon Tue.-daTlie Piiiilroad Company is replacing the social event of the season, and was wooden trestle work over W'ilkorson street was the wilne.-se-d by a large number of friends of with a faiibslantifil iron bridge. Thin will the young couple. The ultar was beautibe great improvement, as the wooden fully decorated with (lowers and lighted Htruetuio was ao low as to cause inconvenwith wax tapers. The ceremony was perunder it. ience to vehicles formed by Rev. Morris Evans, of the MethThe case ol George Gaines, charged with odist Chinch, in u very impressive manner. the murder of Chas. Peiiu, was commenced Messrs. Geo. Ii. Payne and Cal. I. Lewis, in the Circuit Court Friday of la.--t week II. C. Murray and Jos. LeCompte, Jacob and occupied the time of the court until Coibett and Jas Blackburn, jr., Hon. Ira Wednesday afternoon when it was uiven to Julian and Dr S.im James, Maj J W. the jury, who after being out until Ttiiii'mlny Arnold and Hugh liodmnii. actul as evening leturned u verdict o1' imprisonment ushois anil Misses Lena Stewart and Cnnuio Eleven ol the jiuy were for hang- Hodman n- - bridesmaids, and entered the for life ing hut the other one would not agree, so Chuiclpin the order named, the bride and life imprisonment was agreed upon. uroom bringing up the rear. The bridesmaids, look on either aide of the Col. Tom Uuford, who iisii'sinated Judge contracting parties during the ceremony, John M Elliott in thiu city three yearn ago find on leaving the Church were accom has concluded that it is all foolishness for panied tiy Jliij. Aruolil and Mr. Hugh him to play ciazy any longer and remain nt Hodman the Asylum at Anchorage, and walked oil' AHortho ceremony tlie bridal paily repairSaturday last to Jeil'ersonville, Indiana. ed to the Governor's Munition, where a recepHe will not be persuaded to return and tion was given them ami to Mr. John L. cannot be brought back bv process of law. Sliced Mini wife". Alter speiuliiuia few hour-- , It is a pity that little ducking game wits not i hero with their friends the newly wedded pair tried 011 him bolero he got nwav. left on the C. &. (). tiain.iit hit) P. M., lor their future home in Abilene. Tonus, followSkinny Men. ed by the best wishes ol a host of friends. "W'oIIh' Health Uiinewor" restores health Tho bridal presents were numerous as Impotence, and vigor, cures D well us valuable 'ind huiid&omu. Scxal dcbiliiy. 1. 15. con-ecrati- lit. Hev. Bishop B. o T11UUSDAV AFTERXOO.V oxircises at tho Kentucky Institution for Kl,aCiltIn iind Tr.llulD.. f Feeble Minded Which positively and permanently cures I M PO- C!;iM:e.i will hereafter tnlec jil'ice every Friday TENCY caused by excesses of any kind , SEMI- afternoon from 'J to l o'clock P. M. Tho InstiNAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a Jesus." as of Flannels extra cheap at Grillin sequency universal latitude,!osof inenergy, dim- tution is npt--for for visitors at any time when most them to attend. convenient pain the back, memory, ness of vision, premature old axe, and many other JOHN ii. A. STH'tVAltT, Supcrintedent. The Capita! Hotel, which has been under- Jiros. dise.-cthat lead to consumption and a premature .p. Oct. grave. tfl" Send for circulars with testimonials going thorough repairs for the past month, Have you seen tlio.-- e line oil paintings at free by mail. The INVIGORATOrt is sold at 5i wan formally thrown open to the public per bov, or sit boxes for is, by all drugit, or will Whitesidea iV; McEwun'. BUILDING LOTSF0R SALL he sent free by mail, securely ealed, en receipt of Wednesday and is now ready for the recep nricc, by addrcsint; F. J. CHUM'.V, n lams St., lots, well located in .Soutii Klght buil'lir tion ol guests. To one who knew the house Thellnest iineof flannels in the 'loledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. Fr.mkf'irt, within two squares of tho bridge, are in the past it seems completely tiatisformed oJ'crcd for s.do on terms, aim lov figure'. city at Griffin Bros. JOSEPH LeCOfflPTE, Druggist, Inquire at this ollice. The inteiior of the building Iiih been newly JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON pipcred, painted ami refurnished throughvery cheap at Griflin Bros.' out, 'i 1. umber of modern conveniences-havGROCERIES: BARGAINS Sab ! Sffli? e I', mi nt in, bnth-iooiiiand water closets in llU stles nntl ex,r" lilies and gentlemen neatly con- i.t I cheap at Grillin Bros.1 A farm of roud bottom land, containing 02 Don't grumble about hard times or high prices nt-1mic building and tlie whole eslab- acres, well improved, with good orchard and out for groceries when you can go to i tiotuc, located nithin a nail mtlu ot tint uwu-to- n For. Sam:. Desirable residence on Holme.--, overhauled ' 'l.inoughly The pike, on .M.iiti Klkhorn, and tithtu the iiuuo ; For in formation apply to Mrs. C. i .illy is a model of beauty. street. '.n distnnco of two churches, mill and school house, ' is tillered for .tlo lit a baigiin. Ml i' l'r uch cool: has been en- - A. Prentiss, on i lie premi.-e-s. For information apply to H. 0. OHUROH. ' I SOUTH FRANKFORT, ' ii rising proprietor, Mr. 'it e on adjoining farm. The finest line of ilannels in the Wt-io- t let the table lad: Jerome m Aug. And buy 3 packages best Arbttcklc city at Grillin Bros. for the best I lie iisj i ' allbrdi. Coffee for 50 cents. The dinner spread 01. the opening day was M. a least fit for a king, and was greatly enCoffee for 2oc. 2 lbs, a joyed by the hirje number of gue-t- who DKAIXR IN SAl'LE AXD FANCY M 11 " $1.00' Broun partook of it. Frank Ion can truly boast ol Sun(i " Leaf 1.00 Lard a lir.-- t iiotel which will herealter be style. kept in first-clas- s And all other kinds f (Jrocerios in propirtion, also X.'tions and Furnishing Hoods. GHOGKEtlY Announcement. 5USSHIIE. Don't forget to call at J. Eanta's if yon want We Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent cigar for a nickel. housands of graves arc T) 0'D"DT"'T" jSTOTIC-KI- . their Mi ' a''v ro,J'):d of h.ippincivictims, anil . wj llv, Jjrolonicu, t??t?i?f 'I a.inn-.OiV.r One. I laUhre..ored r. by use l the jrc.it (tKHV1! llNVImlKA V.il 1 mil?. USt'AL self-.ibus- loof s tf. e 2siQi.y SOUTH IN SIIJ. Fsin m Pb . JAS. HBEIW'B, Gitm . . 2ij-:!- -- cl-is- s on Saturday night train, case ttolcct Oysters for day orders. We urn :uitliori.oU to announco NAT. 1'. . J. Banta will receive, W. S. DEHONE; i Siiar " DRY GOODS, MUX cordially invito you Matrimonial. l'OH-TK- N Jh-rnJo- I of irboilforil county, former traveling y nent for tho nbl Trnnsylranin Printing Oct. tlio Vemuiiu Ollice, a? a ctndulato for and "Itoister of the l.iuel Ollice, subject to the action of the Demncrntio party. Cora-jian- BiiiAiitj, Sottt'i Frankfort. to call and examine my Xeu and Fresh Stock of Goods. 7.3m. Feeble-minde- REMO VAX ! SELBERT, AHD tst ibli.-liiuo- nt MAIN STREET, Svp3.tr. FRANKFORT, KY y, m. JAiES OlUce OH Ofllcc IIqui;-V.. P. -- NEW PLA3ISU MILL. ELY. 1 in Catholic IStiildlug;, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 PHILIP RE?AISll lla.s icmoved his J, Is M. Fhr.t-eiii.ss WAKEFIELD Plsmiii? Mill, to furnish 11 Having recently added to his to 8 A. M., 12 to P. pa-si- M.,7toS m KKSitAVEn. to tho opjiosito outl-t-- now prepared nil kinds of ns50urniBiFnuTBEisiip. Tlio firm of K. L. .Mcnghor ,t Dra. has this iluy fidi' of Siiiut Cluti' !rtri'ft. KnmltJ'oi t. K'v., Vhoro ho !:i c- SiiUom, 5 Es-i.- , cntifcnt Jictn dissolved, Dun. Meagher, by jr., retiring from tho tlrui. K. L. Menghvr has nil tliu liabilities of Iho firm. .tssuuu-DAW MKAtMIBK, Jn. K. L. MKAlilinU. Octolor tth, 18S2. mitttt.-i- l const intly on complete Mock of inula full and lii Mmi life ALSO Scroll Work, Stai Work & Turning WATCHES, CLOCKS, Ootton out iu the llest Style. po.-iti- Mm IS tf. The tuiilcrslgiicd will still continue business tit GOLD the saiiio stand, whine ho will bo gl.td to tneut his friends and the pations of tho old tlrui. Those which ho is tolling nt the lowest cash prlcos. Indebted to the linn of K. b. Meagher it Uro. sept. HO Ilia. ttill cull uml ettlo their accounts, or they will bo Atioruey-at-Lawpbiuril in tho hands ol an olllccr fur collection. " .Mr. Jnn, .Meugla-r- , jr.j will remain in tho AND house us chief clerk, and icipicsts his old friends mid pntrons to oill .it tho old stand whenever In tlio Cify is at anything isvauted in tho line of groccites, hardware, tob.ieco, cigars, whiskies, .to. Will practice in the courts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also glvo special E.b. MEAOllKn. l attention to tlio purchase and inlo of real estate, collection of tents, clnims, and tlio negotiation S. T, Smiiii, M. l. G. A. 1). IIhown, M. 1). of loans. Oliico opposite Court House. and SILVERWARE, WM. CROMWELL, , The Bssi Soda Water OCtl-t-lll- Joe LeCompte's DRTO STOIIE. TRY AL ABASTINE It is tlio Ors. Smith & Brown, Physicians SP Juno 25-l- y. ! Surgeons, 14 rJ? walls. best thiny in uso for ceilings and For salo at COAL ! COAL Q. B. MACKL1N. ! ! Church, St, Clair ttreet. Otllco .ind rosidcuco next door to tlio Ii A. NKFO , IS Y. JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE-in.tr baptist OF COAL ON ALL KINDS tit Lowest Pricea byHAND for sale .a ijU. Ai. . . .Siljatn.- - . -- i'tfi i tid i i MrtSrtKOT PHPCOBI JJJIUJ9.JIUU1.IIJU UWM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Elmville. Mr. Willi Wilev spent several days last week with friends in Louisville. Bald Knob. Mr. J. N. Bridges sold a lew days ago, to One ol Mr. W. It. ClnrkV otis is very ill John Rudder, one dry cow for $40. Dr. Peter Sntterwhiie has located in our with fever. Mm Henry Allison, while wnlkinji in her village and will prncti"c his profession. Mr. L, A. Hediick has returned home yard lust .Sntiinliir, fell nnd bioke hernrm. sooner limit expected, owing to feeble Mr. I) 1'. Beiitley U chnrnied with his new lio'Xrdinj: plnce, ns lie ?nvs lie !h in prn- - health. Mis Emma Br.itton, of Peak's Mill, is fC now, A Ymi'iC mil" i this locality lim been attending Miss Lizie Parker's school at rmyinj! Iii mliltv-- o to n nmrrieil lndy un- this place. Mr. Willie Wnt-,oi- i, of Bethany, say the n single. der tin impression that Rot'NMiAliour is the be- -i paper for the pi ice Our public school, under the care ol Mr. D l Bentley. has an nverage atlemlniu'e in the United St.itts Mr. Robert Wiley left for Bloomiugton, in i pnperou conditinn. of xeventy , and The voting Indie en y that mrx-- l of the Indiana, on the 2"th nit., where he will t friends ami relatives until Spring. yonnjr men in this locnlitv have turned out , Mr. Willie Wiuginton is confined lo his their moiMndic-- hut tiny will never come of a love stoke reroom from the ef!'ect back. Try the etlect ol coap smK bovs At the teideiice of the bride'n ceived while at Mt. Vernon Chinch Sunday Mauied November 2d, Mr evening. fathet, on Thui-daMi-sfluc.lo, of Katie West and Mi Thomas Lee nnd M- i- Sidonia Snook. We Peak's Mill iicwhhnihond, were the guest of tender them our he;iitie.t ooii'Miilithitioiw Mis Belle Hall, in thi- - place, sevirnl days X. Y. Z. last week. Elmviixi:, Ky , Oct '24. 1SS2 Mr.--, .lames W. Bridges hu- - been very Editor Roundabout : sick at her home, two mile- - we-- l ol this of the 211 inM place, for several das, but is better at presDi:ak Silt : Iu your I free, under the head ot Elmville. un article ent writing. fiyned ! K. IF. referring to the Toe School Mr. Spencer 0. Wig'inton lin resigned bouse. 1 take the present opportunity ol his cleric-hi- p in thedruir "toie ol The and has gone into business in the State of itiloriniiij; on Hint it is all a mistake school is in n prosperoii" condition and has Sweet Owen. been visited by the Coniiiiwioiier, who deProl. J. C. Bridges will begin in a few livered the school n very intere-tidays the erection of a very fine duelling on Mr. I. K. il. says there has not been a south-w- et school tniiulit in the district lor eight venra. his beautiful homestead, two miles of this place. ditin-gui-he- d Durinj: that time some of the most Mr. Odd Hedrick sold, on the 19th inst. leacheis the county iitlonls have tmnrht heie, iimont; them l?ev. .1. B Indies, to Legrand Wiley, of Owen, one iron grey mare, six yeais obi, for one bundled and -i J. P. Hutchison and otheis having a vi-uy, em lirst-clas- LIST OF Registered Voters FIRST "WARD. Alexander, John S Alexander, Gnutri Alstrom, A G Albrltton, Alfred Barrett, 1) C Umrett, Guy Retry, Geo F Long, Jack Mosby. Spencer, col Mattcrn, II G Merchant, Elisha Mci chant, C W Henderson, John Hatchitt, J G Hart is, Sol Hume, E E Hilliard, Jas, col Hutchison, John Hani-- , Thos J Harvey, Dick, col Hutchison, Thos J llenslcy, Ed Hoigan. I'.U Jones, M A Johnson, Alex Merchant, Hunt Miles, ) X Meek, B F Marshall, L B Murphy, Martin, sr Mui pity, Martin, jr Murphy, James Masie, Robert, col Marshall, John N Marshall. Ed, jr Meek, Cloudas Meek, Pitman Monroe, J P MeEwan, Wm McR.ciy, R W Norrcll, Jas, col Newman, Dan Payne, John W Bcny, llirnm Butcher, Moses, col Boyd, Aim tin Byers, John W 15oltannan, John W Banta, II S Banta, II G Banta, Llewellyn Banta, K 1, Biawner, Hull, S C A G Bacon, 1 Ian y Boda, F O CKuate, Kd Cain, Andiew Carter, Thos Ciitleiulen, F R J II Crittenden, John A Coleman, Carter Cnpliliger, Albert Cas-cl- l, Trapman, John Tito U.S. Mall Lino Company's clogant Vallandingham, A W steamer Vallandinghani, Geo R Waggener, J L JohiiMMi, Sam D Whitesides, 15 Jackson, Moses kaltenbrun, Vincent Veit7cl, Jetome Will arrive at Frankfort on Tucmlny, TIium-Un- y, Kaltenbrttn, Dr, V A Woods, Geo M nnd Saturdiy. Linvc Franktort on WedWilliams, M II P, sr Kendall, A J nesday, l'rliluy nnd Sunday of enclt week. Williams, M II P, jr Kendall, Clarence FioigUu received tor nit points on tho KenWilliams, Wiley Kcenon, Bud tucky mid Ohio rlvcre. Williams, Isaac, sr Kirtley, J E SAM. SANDEltS, Mantcr. Williams, John B Kahr, Adam jr , JAMI'.S Kiriiy, ) Williams, Bn G LeComptc, Jos Thos. Oavin. J Uc"'" Williams, Jas. Harlan Lynch, Daa sr JOHN A. ZUCK', Aynt, Wash, William, col Frankfort, Ky. This is correct. mar. F. V GRAY, City Clerk. P. F. Smith is entitled to registration, as TTtt, A. TV his ta was paid in due lime, being deducted from his salaiy. J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector. pits-seng- ur Sullivan, Michael South, W B T Snlcnder, George Silar, John, sr Stone, W S Sliced, W C Sliced, W II Sullivan, J F Snwyier, Dr N J Tharp, J 11 licgular Cincinnati, Lonisviiio ami Madison Packet. i i m CITY of FRANKFORT i ;!TR fiJi 23-t- f. KFOKT & MACHINE WORKS, I Chiles, Willis, col Chiles, R T Dunigan It C Uodson, Henry, col Dudley, W T Dean, John T Diane, Ed M Duvall, Dr. Atvm Diane, Geo C Dean, Job Doiscy, Henry, col Evans, Zach collegiate education. There has never been a school tnught in Commissioner the district ince the pre-chas been in ollice but he has attended the school and delivered magnificent lectures. ntnl the community The trustees, Coiuini iouer cenerally ay the jne.-tmote punctual than any of his -nt -- nt ha-be- en piede-cesor- t. as-ur- ed I suppose Mr. J. K. II. 1ms thrown a lte.ivy load Irom hie shoulders by obtninim: a divoice, which announces him a candiIt only took date lor matrimony ajruin one vote to elect him belore, and we tee I that he will not :.t that many ngaiu. 1 would mlise.I. K. H., D. D., to quit shooting at random, as in all probnbilitv ne will inflict a moital wound on some of his E. 11. V. best friends. Stoney Creek. The comet is a boomer. Tobacco is most all housed in this part of the county. Bom. To the wife of Curraii Moore, a fine son weight 8J lbs. Mi. Albert Webber 1ms none to Owen county to remain a few days. Yont correspondent made n fling visit to Henry county Sutuidny and Sunday. M. D. O'Nan has gone to Henry county to spend feeierul dnye with friends and relatives. Mr. J. S. Mooie was in Woodford county a lew days the pa- -t week looking lor a situ- twenty dollars. The witnc that attended court from this place all wandered oil from the court hou-- e and were attached. They will do better next time. in a Prof. John T. Spencer, who hall mile of this place, will give a s.ocial next week in honor of some young gents who stmt We-- t shortly. Our village is doing the largest fall trade ever done here It requires four clerks iu W. S. McCord'sdry goods house all the time to wait upon hi customers. Mr J. T. Wigginton has been awarded the contract for building Mr. P.uker's new dwelling, on the Pinker propel ty adjoining town, at five hundred dollars. Mr. James W. Bridges is doing the best business we ever have known any agent to do in so shoit a time. Mr. B. will make his maik, as he is a business man. Mr. George Brink had quite a joke played upon him Saturday night by some young ladies, but we will not tell it as he was so badly sold. Put on your specs next time, e- re.-id- es Franklin, Walter Brankliu, .Mas&ic Fly nn, Nick Fellmer, E. A French, Win, sr Fletcher, Thos, col Franklin, Robt Ft elicit, Wm, Grave-n, l'citick, E A Payne, Chas G Procter, John R Parker, W O Pendleton, J T Pendleton, John Phelps, Antbtosc, col Rodman, Hugh Rodman, Thos, jr Richaidson, N F Richaidson, O T Rodman, Jos L Rodman, Titos, sr Rodman, John Rodman, G R RodniMi, John W Rodman, Thos, jr Rodman, Willoughby Rodman, Fiank Rodman, las, jr Rodman, V L Robinson, J D Ruckcr, Leon bias Smith, Manuel, col THmD WARD. Avcrill, W. II. Aldtidge, R. M. Bet JONKS BK0S., Proprietors. Mai ut.ictorcrsof all kinds of New Work tot & m bench, V. lianta, Jolin M. Belt", John 15. Biidgefoid, Chas , WD Gault, John W Gre-haiC R Glore, Adam Glore, Lewis Hudson, W P, Freeinont, John C jr Smith, Tab, col Stevenson, Thos J Stephens, J M Scott, Wm A K Mat Smith, Samuel R Saffell, W S, jr Green, Warren, col Gayle, R II Gloie, J A Scott, Jas Stephens, Stephens, Stephens, Andrew Robt Bush, W. P. D. Bush, Finlay F. Bi attain, Scott. Blanton, Fred. Chinn, W. J. Church, Llcwcllcn. Congleton, '1'. J. Congluton, Wm. Crutcher, Dallas. Ctockett, Jas. G. Case, J. M. Clay, John, col. Crapncr, John, col. Combs, I leu i y Davi-- , Chas. Diiscoll, Dan. Dudley, Jas. G., sr. Dudley, Jas. G., jr. Duvall, Dt. iJ. F. Dudley, W. C. Ford, Thos. B. Milam, B C Maiklin, Geo B Meagher, E L Maeklin, T. B. Murphy, Dennis Martin, Sandy, col. Milam, John W. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KIN03, C. i 1 vi Meagher, John McCIure, A. II. McClure, R. K. McManaiiia, E. B. Noel, Finnic Nichol, Wat. Noonan, Chas. Owen, Bob col. Pepper, R. P. Phillips, E. A. Price, DrJ L Qiiin, J J Rupe, John W Rodman, J.is Rice, Amlei.son, col Rodman, Dr W B Reock, Geo W Reed, Henry, col JSSyCoutrncta for New Work in nt.y twrt of the Stm p. One door west of corner Ann and Uroad way streets. April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. 16-- tf 1 KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST tor mmi PHILflDELPKLI, & 'El CARS YORK. ii TIIR ONI.V L1NC KU.SN11.G PULLMAN Ferguson, Richatd Fahy, Ed. Ferguson, lsiah, col. Giay, F. Fly nn, Wm. V. Salender, Andrew Sullivan, Timothy, sr Samuel, E L NW SLEEPING FOR wide-awak- e Heindon, W C Hughes, F C Hat vie, L E Hughes, WJ Hughes, E J Hull man, Geo jr ation. Henry county, near Lock-porSep. Ford, . Moore Satuiday was the guest ot and Sunday. Bro. Smith, who has been conducting a series of meetings here, closed Tuesdaj night v. it li tour additions. Mr. John Smith, jr., and Luther Phillips were in Scott county thepat week foi a lew days looking out lor a situation. Mrs. Celiu Smith, who is ninety ye.irs of age, is quite sick at Mr. .Joseph Roberts', though some better at this wiiting. Mrs. Louisa Moore, vee Pence and Mr. ,7inc Polsgrove paid allying vinit to relu-- ti cd in Belle Point Friday of last week MiV Annie Graves, one of the charming voting belles of South Frankfort, nud Mr. 5?olev Smith, of Belle Point, were at our waging Sunday. Mr. James- Moore and wife, of Belle Point, were the guests ot Mr. F. M. Smith and wnily Surdity and Monday. Weaie glad-tmi' Mr. Moons aide to travel about again Our singing school, conducted by Prof. J. Mij Maggie C. Wilev, spired Sunday. Moore, a little daughter of Mis. Louisa Moore, won the prize by making the bent orogress out of forty scholars. Weaieglad to see that X. Y. Z. luis come to the front from Bald Knob. We look that wav and smile and say come again Mr. X. V. Z. Please tell uh when that wedding will do to pull. Our worthy and highly ev.eemed School Commissioner, T. B. Foul, visited our school Tuesday of last week, and his to the children were very appropriate indeed. Yeiy sorrv to leain that he wilj not he our next School Commissioner, or lie- is the right man in the right place. On Wednesday morning ol last week the people of this vicinity were alarmed by u whistle from an engine that appeared to be So in the pike, near Henry Brawner's. they investigated the matter, and to their joy, found that J. J. Smith and Henry Moore had completed their grist mill mid were ready for business. Bring your corn in and have it ground. The gentlemen will do you right and give you good meal. If you don't bring corn enough to pay the toll thov will only keep the snek. Come early to avoid the rush. Remember that they grind oa Friday in each week. of t, re-ma- iks Joeph Menton and John took in the Oweuton court ot. the fourth Monday. They claim Ovventon is equal to any matket in the State to sell all kinds of stock. Mr. George Brink, some weeks ago, made all necessary arrangements for going West but when he came to the farewell taking his heait tailed him, and ho will make our village hie future home. O.iklnnd Christian Church has called Elder Hiram Ford to preach lor them next year. Its a good selection as Bro. Ford is one of the bet expounders ot the scriptures in thi part ol the Stale. The singing given in honor of Miss Winters at Mr John Helm's, on Thursday light, was a perfect succes. and all that weie so fortunate as' to be present enjoyed themselves until a late hour. The singing and social given at W S. McCord's Saturday night is said to have in been the grandest affair ever witnes-cthis pait of the State. The Reynolds Band, of Minorsville, Scott county, furnished the Loa-Bridg- es George. Mrs&is. Hall, W H Hyde, II J Heeney, J as Harvie, John S Holder, T J, jr Jett, M E Jett, W L Jett, Peter J oil n son, J W Johnson, John Will fohiison, L F Johnson, Ben, col Stephens, S G Stephens, John Strobrtdge, Wm Thoniasson, ZT Tobin, Richard Tanner, Thos, sr Taylor, E II jr Taylor, J Swigert Utterback, Ben, sr Uttetback, Den, jr Gaines, J no. W. Gaines, W. T. Gtcen, Dt. Willis Williams, J Russ Williams, II R Watkins, II L Williams, Anthony White, Aloitro Williams. I)r U V Wayts, J tine Williams, Pi ice Wayts, Merritt Pres Went, E C Stoddard Williams, .Minus Johnston, Williams, W II Jouett, F E Weitzel, B J Kleber, John Lindsay, D W Wheat, Geo II Williams, Isaac, jr Lewis, Geo A Wilson, R B Larkin, Jas Tom The above is correct. F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. Sidney French and Chas, Owens are entitled to registration,' as their taes were paid in due time, but were overlooked in the rush, J. E. KIRTLEY, Collator. Giahani, Jas. E. Heliner, John B. Heflner, Jas. W. Hcffner, Thys., jr. Haly, D. L. Hatchitt, C. II. Hen maun, Lee Halleck, Jerry Hughes, W I Inly, Ed J, jr Higdon, R H Haly, John Haly, E J, sr Haly, John B Jeffers, B IJ Smith, Peter Strange, II K ' Southgate, E L Sower, Jas. Shackleford, Jas Shroff, Joseph Swigert, Jos Swigert, Jacob Sheehan, Dan Tobin, Lawtence Todd, J M Tate, asV Thomas, Landon Todd, Robetl Tobin, John L Taylor, Jas Todd, II I Todd, Geo D Todd, II I, jr Terrell, Joe, col Humphries, Thos F Waggener, W 1 5 A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky., WASHINGTON CITY, CONNEOTINa IK SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAINS FOR THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND Jefleis, AG Julian, Ira Kcenon, Uberto. Kitkpatiick, David Lindsay, Judge Win Labtot, L Liiubey, J B Lewis, Chuicliill, col Weitzel, Levvi.s, sr Watson, John Ward. Wifiiaiiis, Ac Icy White, Dick Williams, Joe, col Wuru, Waters, John ALL 1'ianl; KllSIi&HTlF0!N1!S For ticket ami further inform ition apply to your ninrcst or mlilreaa W. W. tiokct-ollief, Watui, lill d SECOND WAED. Allen, Robert Brislan, Jerry Bradley, W E Bryan, E P Buckley, Michael Ruhr, George Buiney, John, col Blown, Wm Brown, Chas Black.'J W Bacon, W T Buckley, John T Burns, Thos Bohannan, Dick Banks, l.en, col Callahan, Dan (dejiot) Ciowley, Mike Chinch, I M Compton, L T Collins, C E Collins, Mike Conway, L L Church, Robt. C Lee, Ross col Lawler, R W Luschei, Sig Luschcr, Aug The above is coriect. F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. I). Lewis, D. J. Haly and T. J. Todd Jos. are entitled to legistiation, as their taxes weie paid in due time, but were ovet looked in the rush. J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector Monroo, Division Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General .Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., KlCIIMOM), VlKttl.MA. 1!A m DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE tfii music. Give Elmville a good Post office and then she will be the boss town in the county. Capital . G. No. 4:tt) Gallery Louisville & Nashville -- M m VI HI - rlMk Iwtffc. '! ' and should She wants the next Assc-o- r have him, as this end of the county been left out in the selection ol orlicers and jurors. Fair play is all we want. Our photogiaphers pulled up stakes and drove down into Owen county last Sunday. Mr. Rollins will eo to teaching school while Mr. Glass will go into the agricultural business. We wish the boys success, as they are clever fellows and made many warm friends while here. That long talked of game of Base Bill came ofl'at cfur Base Bull ground last Saturday evening between our home nine and the Penk'e Mill Club. The boys all played their best, of course, but our nine beat the Peak's Mill boys two scores. It is said that John Ford did the best playing ever done on our grounds, and two of our club did the worst they ever have done, not making a single ccore. Every little boy iu our village has the base ball fever and is practicing with walnuts, rocks, A'c. We have the beet school in the State at this place, taking into consideration the many disadvantages surrounding it. The worst thing is the old ricketv house. Its a disgrace that children should be compelled to attend school iu such a hovel. We had occasion to visit the school on Friday evening of last week and found 47 scholars in at tendance. Several of them havo gained 80 per cent, since the school began, it only being half out. Miss Lizzie F. Parkar is the efficient teacher in charge. We would suggest to this neigh borhood that they build a new house as it certainly is very badly needed. Lumpkin, Henry col Lillis, Ed Lynch, Denis jr Miles, John E Meek, John B Meriwether, David sr Meagher, Dan sr Meagher, Dan, jr Meagher, M J Mangan, Lewis sr Mangan, Lewis jr Meriwether, A P Mortis. A G Major, SIM McDonald, Pat McDonald, John MeEwan, Alex Nichols, M Newman, Pat Norwood, Chas Noonan, John Overton, A W Pructt, John W McAuliflc, Con McCarty, D J Railroad. MATTSSXttT, "SZ-- T (I.oit., Gin. tt Lexington Division) The Grtnt Through Triitilv Line to ii Main Strcot, over Crutcher A Stiirks' 'WHITE HALL" Clothing House, CINGINXA TJ and the EAST, PRAITKPOET, LOUISVILLE and . IT IS the SOUTH. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED in the wiiy of finu pictures of till styles and descriptions. Why will the peoplo ot Frankfort tond to tlieeity for work when they can be acOct.25-tf- . commodated lit hnuic? 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Hock, Hot Springs ami Texne. jr Chinch, G T Church, Richard Chamberlain, E II Dehoney, W S Dudley, A W Darnell, Jas S Diyden, John B Fitzpatrick, Jas Flarity, Jas Featherston, Chas Fcehan, Dan Gober, Henry Green, Grant Gobi, Jas Graham, J II Gibbons, Jas Gately, B B Gober, Dr Dan'l Griffin, John D Gaines, Quincy Gobi, Sanford, sr Gaines, Win, col Y. BERBERICH, Merchant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, PULLMAN PALACE CABS Hun Through From n Mi Power, Ed Paul, W F BETWEEN MAINandBKOADWAY Parker, Richard Payne, George L Phillips, R II Runyan, Reuben Reading, WT Runyan, W T Rodgcrs, Jas Russell, Bud col Shea, Sam J Sanders, Capt Sain Saffell, Wm M Saffell, James Sower, Peter South, Sam South, L C Louisville to Memphis, Little Book, Nashville, Decatur, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and New Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. Keeps constantly on hund cloths, doeskins, and the Trnins of this Company from Frankfort noivost Htylcs of fancy French mnku connections at Louisville with trnin on OiiBHluicrcs. He is prepnred Main Line for Memphis, Little Ruck, Nash-vill- e, Mobile nnd Now Orleans. tt make them up on short trains lor ull points In tho North and Also with Wost. notice, end gives porfect fitting garment, stylish and comfortable julyl,3m ,, SMXG&AXTTS 3 J. K. H. Herancourt, Oscar Ileraucourt, Peter Snccd, John L Job Work Neatly Executed at this Office. to Arkansas and Texas should write or see an agent of this Company before purchasing tbeir tickets. C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. m w .. ri. L- -. .. -.t- gJ-i!.., . ,.jiakr.,, l...A-- . ... ...., .......... . . m-- r i -- - - - - .J..