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FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER n, 71V!VZIjrW2Vt?JZZIW ijRauujxvJwCJqcA-a.iACjrwjTaauT- 1882 Number 8. .mtgnww i mtwMaiiflJP BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! ! Willi litinit tip tin- liullotH ? - Goes tbo great gun of the fall another column. season of 1882, and already is heard tho war whooo of the enemy, as I Wu regret to Unow Oi'ii. A. W. Dudley niters some ik'irnhlc property for fiilc. Howl itilvertiwinciit in Chicken t helves have commenced work on the South Side. their HEW DEPARTURE ! Try one of Berberich's suits if you want something good and Mibstnnlial. DAVIS returns from the Bast with a stock bought for and at prices that will astonish you. IIu iiflVra no fabulous impossibilities The boys tell some hard yarns op the tlint little Willie, only cliilil oI'.IuiIl'i! W. L. Pence, hn" lieen very ofllcers of election who burnt up the ballots statesmen" had ill for several ilnys. mill his ultimate re- A commission of "vi-itibetter be organized to investigate the "great covery in despnireil of. ng What ho Advertises. His immense STOCK is all ready for the purchaser, and respectfully Bui Means invites your inspaction, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, I. DAVIS, Notwocnl, nn experienced hrickiniis-onmlvertisi's in nuotlier roliimn The church organization of the South tlmt lie will lo gtnte nml tiiiintel setting in Frankfort Baptist Church has been di any part of the city or county. If you wnnt solved, and the membership, or a greater portion of it, will unite with the First Baptist a ijood joh of work c'mc him a trial. Church on this side of tho liver. There was a yowl crowd in town MoinLty. it being County Court day, and a good deal Thanksgiving in Kentucky. Horse of property was sold on the streets. (lovmixot: s proclamation. swaps were nuuieious nnd the Auditor's 3fr. A. I). , OlflgC." Wholesale and retail dealers in STAPLE Si FANOT propose to first-clas- s. LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C St. Clair Streot, Murray Building. Sept. 30.3m. Ayent fold a long list of droperty for back military company compoed of fi ft y young men htm been organized in Lawrence-burg- . .Judge L. W. McKeo has been elected captain and the company adopted the name of MclCee Guards in honor of their commander. A TRANKFORT. KY. taxis. Mm, M hihfimik SAMUEL AYESS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH IMA.HEK, Succi'ssor tn IJ. F Muck, Main Strrct, Frank-foT- t, Ky., continues tho wntoli rcpniiliis liuincf work hu linpet to liicilt llio putrotingo of tlinsn who diro to h ivc their Wiitone repaired withs out dnmugo being dor.r tliem. Surveyor!"' nd other instrument!' requiring delicate and accurate Adjustment. cm-pnsfe- A CALL. II Mes.-rW. .J. Chitiii, .las. G. Dudley, and l.ouis Weitzel will become candidate.-lo- r Couneilmeu in the Thiid Wnnl they will receive the support of MANY VOTERS. s. ut thu 11M stand, lly promptness ami careful Council Proceedings. In letirinjj from buiincs? in Frankfort I take ) KiifiUi.Ait Mi:i:m'a. pleasure in express nj: my entire confidence in November 7, 18S2 j Mr. S. Ay res. nnd from uiy Ion;; acquaintance workman, do not hesitate, to comwith him Present His Honor the Mayor and mend liim ns every wnv capable of meeting tho Councilmen IJtmli, Ilrisluii, Diane, Luscher, expectation of my former patrons. 15. F. MKEK. and Mangiin. Sept. :5(i-minutes of the last meeting were read 111" 11 1 tf The FOR A SHORT TIM WIG WILL SELL TUB FOLLOWING GOODS AT THE PRICES MENTIONED, If tho order is sent by mail with post ofiico order, : rightercd letter, or poring" stamps Silver Thimbles, opoij or closed ends, 24 cts. Solid Silver (Sterling (iiinraiitwd) Ten Spoons, $3 85 per set. Solid Silvoi Table Spoons, $!Q 65. EODSERS' BUTTER KNIFE, 25 OTS. KocIjiitm' Tea Spoons, 1? .." per net. 1 Routers' Tabic Spoons, $i.o0, Eodgors' Forks. $2.50 Per Set. Holders' Knives, $1.01) Vuv St- STEH nilllG KICKLE CLOCK UT 51, Solid (Jold Kings, either gold, for tho littlo folks, with a pet or plain 75 cents. LARGE ASSORTMENT OP W A. T C H E DIAMONDS, ANU S, ! SILVER PLATED WAEE Sent) for our Prices before you buy. and approved. Frank Chinii, Esq.. appeared before the Council in behalf of Mcs.ms. Louis and .Jerome Weitzel and asksd a reduction ol Hotel property. assessment on Capital referred to Committee on Finance Matter with power to act. Mr. Milton McGrew appeared before the Hoatd and stated that parties on both sides of his property on Shelby street had inclosed part ot the street in their yards, and that he be allowed to place Mis teuce theirs or they he required to on a line move their fences in oil' the street. Referred to Committee on Streets. Rev. .1. ). Tharp appeared in person and petitioned the Council to have a street lamp erected at the corner of Uioadwa and High streets at Yagle's More. Relerred to Committee on Gas. Mr. (Jims. Featherstone made complaint that the oil lamps on Holmes stieet were not lighted half the time ami suggested that the lighting of them he turned over to the Gas Companv. Referred to Gas Committee with powr to act. On motion of Councilman Litbcher, the 10 per cent, formerly allowed other Marshal was allowed Marshal J. E. Kirtley on the ta. sales made by him, and the City Clerk was directed to issue a warrant for same. Reports of city otlicers (or month of October were presented and appropriately referred. Claims against the city were presented and the lollowiug allowances made : Isaac Capital Gas and Williams, street Electric Light Co., for Gas furnished Engine House anil Council Chamber, !?o.0."; ed Wiikkkas, A Christian people should be ever mindful of the manifold blessings continually be.Mowed upon them by a benefi- Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they cent Creator; and whereas, the current year sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted has been especially marked by the abundant beMownl of general good health, peace, and prosperity throughout this Commonwealth and our common country; Now. therefore, I, LUKE P.. BLACKBURN, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, in compliance with a long usage, do appoint THURSDAY, All other goods handled in their season. Hunters' THE 30th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1SSi, outfits. as a day of general Thnnsgiving dtnl prnvcjr, and recommend that all secular business be suspended on that day, and the people and their usual places of wor-hileturn sincere nnd hearty thanks to Almighty God for His continuous goodness, Constantly on hand. and the blessings so abundantly bestowed upon us , Breech-loadin- g In witi ess whereof, I hereto f sign my name and cause the J L. S. seal of "the Commonwealth to be ) affixed. Done at Frankfort, this ' Gth dav of November, A. D., 882. LUKE P. BLACKBURN. Sept. 30-- m. By the Governor: Jamks Bi.ackhl'KN, Secretary of State. OJP Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. complete BEST BRAISTOS p, FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Shol Gms a Specialty. "1 Fine v . CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. 3 . , Walnut Grove. Mr. J. L. Greenwell wagon in this county, puts up the best How AJLJL.iJL Jl JlaJLW AND FOR SALE -- f w!-- h Mr. Anderson, the blacksmith, has disappeared Irom his shop. The people have commenced gathering corn and cutting wood. Some of our farmers have commenced shipping their tobacco, Mr. AT crops non Church last Sunday ton good congrega- J. L. Greenwell has one ol the best tobacco in the county. Rev. .J. A. Peters preached at Mt. Verof O WEST PRIG BY ESBFK SX TV Vjt. tion. The girlndownin this section do not it worth while marrying unless they , can run oil'. Mr. Wa.--h Green will marry soon, it is said, and will return to his farm to reside in the spring. Tenor's sweetheart in this neighborhood has gone back on him, and he looks (ear fu'ly disconsolate. It is said the school teacher at Baile's Mill has to keep a pistol buckled around him in order to have good order in school, Mr. L. W. Shackelford, who eloped with and martied Mis Loulie Rogers about a month since, has settled down to married life and is doing well. Madame Rumor has it that Mr. A. .1 Greenwell will shortly wed a younj: lady in this vicinity. I he lady who gets him will never want for anything, as he has three modes of muUiug a living farmer, blacksmith, nnd schoolteacher and besides is a good clever lellow. think BUU15J. AMU R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stock of T" rf"V rft v? tf. QMO.WQ For Fail aaid Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF STATIONERY, Our Staple and lobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. ept23-tf OTIS W. SSTSTXEEl, Jcxvclci: FRUIT ASUl'KKIOU IMnntH, license, and Mrs. Mary Ryan ' lor grocery 8t3?" Work Sup ami Sales A'oom : Upper St., license, were referred toComuiitte on License opposite Court Mouse, .exiitton, Ay. with power to act. Petition of Jerome Weitzel, asking city to contribute towards building a fire cistern en the Capital Hotel propety, was referred to Committee on Fire. Sundry accounts against the city were Jl Ianufacturing Extra police, .'! 01). Petitions of Vol. Foot e for retail meat . Fincell for meatnnd butchers license, 0. $-'- Stakky. VV Advertised Letters. FiuxhToiiT, Barlooker, Chas Bradford, Eddie Cair. A H (2) .Ionian, E W . TUBES. mid Ornamental lirst-cIii- Ky., Nov. II. 18S2 Bardley, David Calimeas, Arch Frasl, Tho- Jackson. Geo W Milem. 0 F Russell, Anna Maria Ruti.jr Robert Scudder, James Wlmlen. Catharine Lee, James Malone, Daniel W FALL OF 1882. stock of Fruit, Grapevines when calling for these nnd rver.vthing fuund in h And then the Council adjourned. ICY., J. G.Hatciiitt, P M. estuhlidiinent. nutsery , (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) but givo our oommis-sln- n Wu employ no $100 Reward "Buchupaiba." diruut to tho planter. We refer to our old Cnn bo fuund at Ills ofllco from 8J 11. in. tn 5 p. putrons. Our now ctitiilogues will bo sent on Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid in.rciulyto do nil kind of dental work to tho appUcation. 1. I'ntiro siitlsfiietion of those who may ohosn to be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. , p WLIjBHMBVKl Druggists. internelly. Price 75 cents. July 15-lpatroulzo him. Lexington, Ky. 0 tt 3p Fruit presented and referred to apptopiiate com-initte- Robinson, Sallie Smith, Win B Smith, Wilber F While, Maggie Say advertised letters. J. C. BUSH, D. D. S., I W. J. OHINN, UKALKll IN PRANKFOHT, ogi-iit- ALL KINDS OF COAL, Wilhelluttno vory lowest figures FOU C(A8H! y .' W! rrosgg3srgreTOsyna'VHyamggtCT. FRANKFORT tinterciliutho post-nfiic- KOUiNDABOOT. at Frankfort, lvcntuck mailable mutter. A. LEWIS, o a Second cH C. II. Hi ohm n Louisville, sns "I tiird your en?e of Brown's Iron Biltus to tone in sytem,aiid smell and bearing, Hall'- - (.'atanb Cure will wjintid." what enie you. To cenH per bottle. Diugui-- l lound it tXiu-isell it' If Oitnnh Inn ed : 1 GEORGE A I)i:stRAlM.l fua.mi: Temple, next Tlmrsdav evening, at ". lth ten room, liulls, etc., iiml hit and a lllll b iW loot . picket fence ciiclimirf. Two o'clock. Good speeches, good uiu-ililni; snutli iile of tlio bridge, mi the corner of FIUXKFOUT, XOVUMllElt II, 1S82. gooil time. Everhod i. invited. Orojs ii nl CnnvMiy ttrvt'ti. It notsolil will lcae on montlily p iv mntit. Mrws. A. II. and H. K. MeCltire have also von sai.k. A blue pencil tnnrl; (X) on your paper sob! the hirire biick dwelling hotwe on Two street, near Brnmln.iy, imlicntcs tlidt your subscription 1in not Main "trnet. known a the Price propeity, ,iuirl!i Int' on WnsMnjtiin feet e.iell. Tlli'to I" a niile) 40 liv 100 A. W. DUDhKY. been paid for some time, and you are le- - to Meri. W. A. Gained ' Co for $(' .Till) Kinble en one of them. Nov. 10, i88:-:iMc-rsGaines A; Co., will tear eah. qne?tetl to settle nt onee. il away in the spring and enct a large Secure your ThaiiK'iving turkeys in waiehoti-- c and ofllee on its site. time. The mo- -t eoiiidete stock of heatius: and JIY. IT. S. Urtiita lin lea soil the WalJcei eookimr stoves to be seen in the city N at II s jurt raeeivo'l his fall anil Wliitrr Mock of Stephens place, on tlie Louisville pike, and .John T Buelile's, lie has ivceiitly will sboitlv remove to it. which enable.--, him to his store-rooAND FAXCY of lift Mock, and a The sidewalk from this city to Tnylortou make Mr. Buckle) he has some beautiful goods. i an asnml (act. The amount linn been remain in the house all the and the work will be done in a will hcreaiter liitn-ewotk left there ami all time time. will uce'ne prompt attention, as be makes a specialty. Mr. John A. Grave, of thw city, but for- tnal branch of bis merly of Union county, and Mi- - Corn M". His teim" will be trietlv cash in futiiic. &C. y Wilkeron, of this county, eloped from Mr. W. T. Banyan as just received from Wednesday afternoon and weie married Brainaid, Armstrong A; Co., of Call and seo him at Svigert's old nt bi-- sister's in Louisville. It that one of the neale-- t eaes for stand. .Mr. Gi lives was quite a Indie.-- man and had Philadelphia, holding spool silk we have ever sect,. It is enjiajed himself to another young lady in being St. Chir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky walnut, this cilv who had made her arranuc-tncn- N of elegant carved gins front, an is filled with spools of silk and to marry him next week. It twisiolall r.izes and of every conceivable No. it n cruel (iap))uintiiont to her, but In the centre is a larje mil rot- and she can congratulate .heiself upon having shade. in the top i a nice little clock licking away. made so narrow an escape from being lied for It is a hando:ne piece of furnituie and will lite to so fickle a creatine. licu.r.n is supply the ladies with some of the prettiest The following is the vole for Conres-mn- n tin end they ever ran thiougb the ee ol a STOYiiS AND TIN-WAR- E, : in this county on Tue-da- y needle. :3.5.tor axicS. an open meeting of the Good Templars at their hall, in Odd Feb Theic will be FOE SALEOR RENT! TWO-SfOU- nvrnrniTQ u 1nyu J 1 1 osra 'acaunccuia vnaKWai. 'T FOR LARGE MEN. JWt. SMALL MEN. FOSl i a' w ..w. B0VS. Iowm ArP THIS r VLiti "1 c, I vt w I W uum tj 1 LC5i33"' t , t. . I 1 arsz.jzatuAui.i! ixxjxt&yzrrTJiiJ-nmJa&iMawxMK;s--Tr;t?jxzB- ax XTrrrnni-nBMa- STSiiy C35?V T RUBY4H Ej3 CCCrmZZS M U332TS3UJ s: 'gs'y mszs cziSszss, mi'sa J I 5 hand-omedi-pl- ay STAPLE W &a i 1 m 1 pub-scribe- lf llu-jo- ''ii-in- Hill cs -- thi-eit- I Me-sr- s. i uwU5, OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY NOTIONS, 1ST, JANUABY we are prepared And if Lov Prices will sell tliem T. BUCKLEY, MU w4 & Ii LUUU a I it 1 1 i. s 3111. to meet you. Bo not purchase an overcoat until you have seen our stock, as it will pay you to 2ook at our goods before buying elsewhere. J - JOHN ONE PRICE. LOWEST PRICE. HARRIS & HERRANN. Proprietors Arcace. rrsei nr.ACKMHt.S s AMIUKV. Forks i;ikhorn Bloom ington Bridgeport Cedar Hun Court llone Heuon Peak's Mill. 20 5.j 100 41 14 Berherich, the S.. Clair making the "neatest fitting lowest cash pi ice. . tailor, is suit- - lor the llii! juM rcci-iv- i (1 11 larpo stuck of bnso Imrncr - a R Xtk n 1 HEATING- STOVES! seen as-- fea a QU fed y I III ill U iL ffWQfll- - I vy j! u g.ua ii Personal. 130 241 444 for "W. H. So 1255 I.'JO Mrs. George Hopkin-vill- e Dar-i- c is vi-iti- friends in (iiii Hou-- e 851' At Benson one vote was cat Sliced and at the Couit House one for Rodman. The votes at the Market House precinct were thrown out fur the reason that the ofliceia of election in that precinct, after counting i!ie ballots, burned them of placing them in the box and sealing it up as required by law. The vote there tood, Blackburn, 172; Asburv, 1"8. ad -- Frankloit Dispatch say.--: "Two men of the Xuckol.-- Guards were wounded." Why not give their names and the loca-tio- n and chaiacterol the wound ? Covington Gj)itmowca!tt G7A inii "Their names and the location and char' acter of their wound1-- were giwn in the Louisville Commercial and Cornier Journal of the 3d instant and in both the papers of thin city on the 4th insi. If you aie anxious to know, however, will gie ihen'i again : Corporal Duncan Holmes was slightly wounded in the face bv u buck-h- ot grazing bis cheek. Private Lewis Scott was struck near the crown of his head by a which bunied itself under the cnlp, and the end o! the second linger of his left hand was shot on" by the same soit of mis-iThe boy on the wharf boat, who fired his little pistol in the air, of cour.-- e wounded them; not the "wild hoh" on the Icrryhoat, oh, no! Theyweie not armed. A " buck-.-hot, M.iss Iila Crockett is relatives in Mercer county. Mrs. J. L. Sliced left Wed lies lay for Loui-vilto visit relatives Little Miss Julia McClure has been visiting friends in Alton this week. Mis. D M. Voodon will leave Monday to visit her mother. for Mi. Maria Haner has returned from a mouth's visit to relatives in Scott. Mr. Sid. S. King, of Belle Point, left Tue.-da-v relatives in Missouri. to vi-Capt Jefleison Peak, of Dallas, Texas, is visiting hi.-- neice, Mr.". M. H. Wayts. Mis- - Bettie Forbes, of Stnnfoid, is victim: the family of Mr. John Cain, South Side. for Mi"s Ella Freeman leit Loui-vilto her sister, Mrs. le Mi-sou- THE LIOSr! PllillPf Staple and Fancy Groceries, i F Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all FOR SOFT COAL, AND 1 1 0 will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of HPflT eis v u THE WEST POINT! lO It IIAP.1 COAL, Also tho celebrated J kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. n FAVORITE! AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, which he is selling very low, mm qb it ewbb vzsty WHOLESALE tttt u 1 s "$&&' 14 oALl "tsz&y y EL n AND RETAIL DEALER IN r For CASH Only A PULL ST00K OF ! roceries, FISHING Liquors, TACELS, Cigars, Tobaccos, PISTOLS, iv le vi-.- it O.-et- u Fanner Geo C Diane left Thur-da- v morning tor a month's vi-- it to friend- - near Mr-- . Judge Che TIB nODFIHB ABB 11-t- f. Tin ware -JOS WOHK II ;p Oil. Jill a IS" in Tl XJ ATO STREET, PRATCP01T, Owensboro. Col. 1!. W. Scott will leave for hi- - winter home, near Melonvillu, Florida, the first of CONSTANTLY ON MASS). SPECIALTY. the week. Yei-uilR- Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale a.tthe lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Sep1 3-- its, &o., Ef. 3 m- - s. D. L. Thornton, Iq.. of been in attendance upon the coiuis cit this week. Into no-.-- . in the of veilF:i-dny -- Kbler T. F. Campbell. Monmoth College, On' jou. ing Pi of. President ha- - ."For T J. been D. L'icketi thiy week. A "Valuable Frantlin County Farm. offur my 1 Snle, i" J. R. f'li.iliam WOULD respectfully iinilclliecitifiisof Frankfort and vicinty to call nt tlio old stand of A: Sons in Major Hall building, next door to tlio and examine my large anil complete stock of fine furuitiiro, which 1 am offering at Post-oflic- FURNITURE.SaOW I - house and the stalls have been brought into the back pint ot the we-- t room of the building and arranged so that the hor-e- s face the stieet, and when an alarm given by pulling a rope a lattncegate in front of each .stall is thrown open, the horses are released from their halters, and inn in their place. TIih is very much more convenient than the old arrangement when a huge door at therear of the building as well aslhe stall doors had to lie opened in order to allow the horses to come in, and thevdo not have go far to go in order to reach then position". The old Manic lm, been turned into a for feed, loom for which was very much needed heretofore. The Chief hit, had a register placed in theccufic of the building bearing the names of each man employed to remain at the hou-e- , and when all are there the names are covered by filidej, but when one wishes fo leave lie is lequiicd to pull out the slide over his name and lake it with him, and while hi name uncovered no one else is allowed to leave. - firm for sale containing P0 acres; suitalilo fo- - tohaoco, ?nid farm is a llei noon ol la- -t week from u two s i t n nt i one mill from Peik's Mill, and lrilf months' visit to his patents in Peru, New milu trnm lurnpiko. If not gold hy tho first of Ymk March it will ho tented for tlio jcur 183. Tln.ro aro on tlio premises a good Dwelling 3il3rX"lJS. Hiue, Iiariicp, Stahk'", te , gojd Orchard, plenty of Water and vyoll tiinhcred. F.n further p ulieiil.ir?, a)ily to A. Jackson, In this cit on the (iil inJt., to .rudf,'B W. L, A new floor lnu. been laid in the engine t Pmk's Mill, or lho undersigned ut Siiclhv v.llo, ami iff, a son. e. Mr. ('has. K. Hafl'aud wile returned 10 VSBY FXG'DPB FO: hat on hanil a lot of first class CASH. ncii-- also .It-i- M.,StK1 IICI). lur tho resMcnuu of tlis liriilu's fntlier, "n Oetn. Mr. .lohn H. ItnMlnh mid Mi,.Mnry Taj lor, diiu'lit r of Til mipfon T.iylor, IImj. A 1!S, Ki' Nov. I Mm. W. P. ROACH. stud: Why bhoulilst thou for tho happy and thu Ilc3sed ueop; Thy little linhy surolv i not ilrad, Ifnt retuth in a ipuet holy Sicknea" and pain can rank her little form no more, With hui the trials' of a sinful world ara o'er. "She tuMcd hut enough of tit!. col heartless world, E'on .ju-- t enough of pain wrn given, That whi'ti her spirit hm! its angil wings 1111 1 AND MANTLE SETTING In all its branches And Jol) Woik of all Kinds in llrick .Masonry May jiioinjuly attended to, either in the city or Leave orders at the tin and stove 1 unity. In Kichinond. Va., on the 1M, M Aiin vuiitta (JlM'V.v, diiughthr of .lolm M. ninl l.v,i'U, store of Mi. John T. IHickley. 'A. 15. NORWOOD. I. iwis, in tin m cond viar of lu.r age, Oct. to "Mourn nut, mother, rtata thoa hlttur tears GRAT 8 E "W 1 1ST G M A. C II I UST E S. I AM OFFERING AT COST y, Tf TTATnrnT a11V11NU UA'iJmvi UlllCIl a K 4 a s.puculty. Orders j)iomptly attended to lyucu. E. EOGKSES. Kl,a H 20-i- -- h."burckhard n vs commi:nci:d his IitH Wffi AH I KSp Vp u FALL OPEH1MG FRESH AMD SALT MEATS, 5ullalo, fi m uu si LO m M ffi n S n e a n h s 3 8 & U fl i vu 1111 fei y q furIM Might know how swnut it - tinlvvelltn llenvonj Oil ! siiu hut Ieaiuu I liy pun hov, suuet tho U'st With which nil born to HeuMii Mullhulurci Link ll"uf, Mutton, Totk, Veil, Vonibon, and nil kitnU of (iainuiu tho Mat kft; also Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITINGCQM13 AKTO 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 Laundry every Monday morning, and returned Saturday. Leave your packages at the store. M ml i N kfai FRESH and AKD aM. Winner "I know 'twas hard .1 "Hough on Rats." Clenrrfotit ruin, mice, roiiulio, ftlcunkft, cliipniunks, 2'k. J3ntgidtu. IlicH, nnta, tear, All ordei proiuiilly itttindod to. Cull telephone I know it sorely trh'd thy Under heart, "T 11 hard trial for a mother's hoirt to hear: station iiumhbi lift. Tho liO'd v.lio gave- lar to thcu did hut take- tlio CASH ON DELIVERY, - for than from thy dear hiiho to imrt. 'Tin flmli indeed is weal,' it con tiieu many and Hum Sniiige, lilood Pudiliuga Liver Wllrt, and Head Cliuuro ; SMOKED SAUSAGE, Wurt ulto MB T&OWSERma 3iSAVa rovB, OEvsmsL. Fresh Lard ?id Bacon. gopher.". Quiifit name, thou not say, 'and ever ble?scd muoo '! ' " lo His nov-- l H. BUBOKHAUDT, lui. CRUTCHER m STARKS. Frankfort and JSFmn r Street, Lexington. immmmMmmmrmmmmm insgKrarfzaPTOryg.vryjvareuvffgff'ff FBANKFOJtT ROUNDABOUT. It. 18P2. 1'IIANKFOUT, NOVKMI1FU Hall's Catanh Cure is taken inlerualh. Fl'OSh )rUII(iS. llili(3S. 1051- 1. . . ilint'tlv upon tln oloud ini'l Hie Price 7.1c OUS, 1M1S1IIS. Ol'illigOH JlllU mucous sin ", s olll.e npie. S,,n,h Side. Frsale by .1,. ..fc g oJ. ..j ll aeH la-- Our Bargains Comprise a line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. t) lUEEST CIIUUTIMI 19 HIT MB GQiBTT TO TRAVELERS. v I Commencing Monday, October x time tabic will We in efiVct on the I.. this point. TRUSS NOIITU. T.outsvillc. No. 18 . No. so. No. 22. . . . . "; the followinp; N. R. R. for I.civc No,2... ' . . . 7:00 a. v. 7:20 lM. s!3S i'. m. I.civc rranl.fort. 10:27 M. 0:55 S'tS i'. m. r ,. it 1 l,f"cintnn. Arrive at 3.151. T.rive M. nrr. nt 1. 11:37 a. M. 11:05 I'. u. v. t. 7:1-r.inklort;:joi. m. TIIAIN3 SOt.Tll. avp Louisville. I rvinijtin. M. A M. io' 8:15 M. No. 17 . . . No. 23lc-.e- s Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. J.ou.qiio v. M. m. C:io r. m. .uo r. No. q . . . 3:00 i m. ' v5;'5 ' No. si . . . i:o v. :.i. Trrin No. at mikes connection fur Cincinnati, arriving tliere .it 7.15, p. m. Tram No. a) mk-cfor Cnifinna i, arriving tliereat 12:15, p.m. No. ?a m ' f connection from Cincinnati. Iciviiij; tbcre nt 3"oo, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 3:ji, p. 111. i:. V. HRYAN, Aatnt. Frankfort. Arrive. it lau,'h and a row fat, don't CCilk StOS'i. (nil to iro l see Kentli'iiw s ntlhlindcrs "t iiinlinga ul lime Mill M' ii'ij.evening. Mot day Major Open Ifu-- c Wliitwiili". A .M I'hiu.V - ha- - 10 ay of them: Head what the.prcs"Tlic la r excel any Mtnilar combinatioii HANDKKRCHIBPS in endless va) that ha" ever been here." .tlixult riety a Giilli.'i i.to (nitiliil'uu ' The company is made up ol atti-ol in abilttv and - cine ol the be-- l and strnugcM A'i'jnu Aryits mi the toid." &l 4. M, BaiHa'K. is one ol nrinv phases, ''The ol Ihe iookei-o- n and toiu he- - the inl Cull Fi.ctll m' I,,s new meat with coiiuilc-r- . drcillcries and funny incidsli're on St i la.r lu. i. F.ouiirit'i, ent-." fiwuitrrrm. II you ivh! t (o )) i , -- g Tin-war- e, ((i N xf e, I v v4,-Sl O) e, if B o -3 I . - s n Mr. M. Stewart Chin hits hcen promoted to citv editor ol the Courier .!uvunl. county Df Sntii .liniies uiih. liy tlie County Court Moitiinv pln.sician Mr. Hichartl T. Chile, will remove to liii new Iiouhc on .Seuoiul street, .South Side, The follow in; were installed as olllcers of Capital L.lge. No 'JrtU, I. 0. G. T., at their ln- merlin :: Thos. . lliuri-- . W. C. T Mi-- s W. V T. Katie Man.-an-. das. M. Todd, jr., W. Sec. Mi-- j Mnla Zinunermaii, W. A. S. II. G Mallei n", W. F. Sc. Cash iijfios 1 i'uvk hoilom Mrs. II d Hyde. W Tmis. sit Orillhs I'.nyi. Dr. Alvin Duvall, W. M. fjosifj relerson, W. D. M. at Kin litt" I W. Chap. II.. Hyde, livua. 1 -t I The cheapest place in the city to buy Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warChina, Yvooden-varBaskets, Chairs jzfi y cS Chromor,, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and m A AMIiliVU, "" K "bUl VViWO, tT..ll.J.Ai,- o uanesjijamps, voivers, Cartridges, StaFhunicVs 'i:i hcitp at driJiisi BaR:s, Slates and Sti'aps, wm School K tlonery, tiftol o vi nMi a loo in t vn,yvim oci lake sahnon and: oupj to mention. In addition to the above Fvih hwlii oysters at the 5 to 99, r- - we keep at our stand in front of our J) store cept stoiv. rf Yincst Celery i i- Ihe city -- V 4 ' i prices (.iriftin FHU1T3 and VGTABLES, OV.STKRS AND FISH. WE ALSO HATE A MICE STOCK OF t Mi-Ca- rrie i' o .lax Mc'lCwan. W. I. G. Aiidiew Cain. W. Sent. JDon't forget to call 31. 35a!ita?N V at J. A C'nrd. To Ihe Monday. 'poonti-t- o 1 The captain ol' the steamer Oiauilc Stale the for Councilman, and olicit ymir sit;oit. Imvc hntl n rc elation Mtice fight at .JOHN 13. MILKS. -- Vnltrs nf llw. Seront! Wan! : heteby announce myself as a candidate goofi t'iar i'or a siicuoi. il you want a FRENCH CANDIE8. Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, Sept. j"-;.- n ol' t:!ii'aiist li?J Jt'.'tus in IhtM'ity is at (jiilliii iJios.' i Iiargisl and V2 " -5 o There will lie a wulilin; in the Elimillo neighborhood Tliiiixlny ol ne.t week, which will astonish the native no one nl Ashland knows or heard of hut one shot heinj.; lireil at the Gianite State, and tiitit was hy a hoy leans sxtra clisap at Vliwuii'is Griffin Sro3.' r2 r:H!n A Card. To tltcvfittiiwj t!v iSiC'ixl W'tni City oj'Fivnk - extra ehrap at o- It its a little Htrtn:e thai on the wharf hnal. A post ol'.ieo han heen Elmvilie, in this county, under of to the solicitationand a nail made upon me throiiL'h the HorNiut'Oi'T. I announce to lie mvselt as a candid-it'- ' tor Soliciting your office of Councilman. In teiponso I'tiendM sup-poit. 1 Jo it: Bros. vety cliuip nil lirillin JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON ' 15m-- n?p l7jR&i! DnifMfll "MyA of their v. um. and k O QL DA ra 19 SW A. A O - Mvle- We Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent One. , prnl.v..d, iwfjvn.'iT- f iikliV'i the reat Ii.ippmc,, of bv Iturlth - W.'v'i'i pv?1.'' cheap al (iiillin De-iinh- in ' all - ami extra al an) Vet v Bio-s.- i.iUJDaOjj.U t O.N O 1 t-- LCJJll. aftihinoox I'ci-bl- -t AVijijrinton. ' (he name of Mr. W. S. MeCord haa liven K LEWIS MANGAN. appointed A Card. To . Fou Sam: leideneeon Holme--ireeint'iuynation apply to Mrs. C 'j)r I'renrN mi the premi-e-- . le t. nnm ivviinu UiiihiUAlN lnluUhA 5 -t . T enn Tn:: USUAL th Ki mucky )l tl'- Kducation nt l'r:iiiiinir of nid tul-u-d"x-i-l- -o - Franhfarl: day lor wediliiij: in this city. Wo have to a call made upon me to be In heatdof two to take plain on that day, with come a candidate (or Councilman, I hereby announce myself and respectfully solicit several parties to hearfiom. 7. ?il. jSa.Jta your upport, .0 Respectfully. trail)., a on Katiii'day 7)r G. A. 1. Jiomi has removed his lam- It. 0. C'UUHUH. ily to tli city, and they are occupying one I'oi' Suncase vSe3ect of the new cottage- - tecently huilt hy Mr.'. Derberieh has a lull lorce of hand- - nt A. H Stephens, on Steele fatieet, South work all the time, and is kept very hiny, Jiide. jitit on but will get you up a hands-omAnnouncement. 011 Satuidiiy roves sul Mioil notice. The t'ourt of Appeals We arc nntlinri. to tniaiincL N T. 1. the decision in the case of the Common-wealtt' tlomltoiil cnitnt, for nit r traveling Scarfs and pins in gieat vatiety and at all agaiiift Henry White, charged with tv.inin IVinfin j: Comforthe old Tr nenl prices at lutnyan's. Htealmg hoiulr, ftnm a bank in Lexington. -- . pany and tlio Vi'i.tunii Ot'.i e, as u cirjiliilatc for lie will now have another trial. mid vegeta- lte.ni.-t-i r of t!io L.tnil OTaci , jitltji ct tu tho notion Fre??1i se ThelGihof this month will he a ood ihe voters 0 the ticcoml Wufil City of Th iint'st li'U' riJaiic!s in tlie iity at ib 'fiiu 15 os. -- Oysters niiit will reeeive, day orders. 'r"" - " I elock 1. M. Tho Ii.iti HAL WEAKNESS, and .ill dilates that f How a ".! ln.i of eiiccv, loi r.( tut io ri i open for iitor nt any time when uitilt euen-memory, unicr.d pain in the back, dun- - convenient tor them tu attend. ne5 ot ision, premature oltl ,i;e. ami main other anitv i A i'ri'ii' ' disease', til it lu.ui . to- (.ollsitrTittti.in iml .i ,......-....- -, ' " nr!m.it;irL! V. uul- - '"u- rae. 'l Semi lor cirLiil.tr-- with - o!d at $t free by mall. I lie INVIOORATOR per bo, or i uoes f.)i $? bj ill druiji rrwill 1 JOUiLUIltU I riTP MJR SALh. free b mail, secur.lv veiled, on r.veipt -- f, .iiU'L-si1". J. CHIA l. , o p.ice, by iti Ad.m t., I!ij,'ht bull linsj lott, well located in South tolcdo, Ohio, hole A ;cnt the LniteJ States. I'rrankf irf, ivithin tuo "iitiari'i of the hiidgo, nru aR bj tor ."" 5.l,a tcr""' "' ' Jf5SFPH JflRnpJPTE., ... --iniuiiru at inie iiuiec. "f"""" for .Minded y ht a.....:....i... t, n fr j -r j - - nriinnis. ., ,',tl-,rt.- 'bargains in groceries. Ben't grumble about hird time for grocurlt'3 whon y.nt e.ii o to FfMklin A lisriu non-- , Oemity Parm of good hollow hind. I'OH-'IE- U, h h Sib eonti-initi- i oi-- y or high pricis 02 The County Couit on Monday elected .loliu littrrod as Common School Coniiiii-vioneto succeed Col. Thos. B. Ford, Fincell - soling liev. L. J' llttlett. th" couti'iiding candiand fcausau'c at the date was defeated hv only one vote. to t'i'iiits i)t all iiinds dieap nt bles the 5 t VI) cent store. c i f tlie Iloinecriitic irtv. JAS. HEBHY'S, SOUTH FnAMKFOnT, well imprrivi-d- . with good oruhtird and out lioti'c--, loc i ted within iv hulftniln ot ths Own-to- u (lil.c, on J! ,iin Eikhorn, aini ivithin the amo ditatii-fotwo chundic. mill and house, is ollered for silo at u Imrgiin. t o.ce Iresh meat, lard lowe.--t li.:utes. P99AIO m Hi MitZjilo I.oailln Wt six contniuing Fou Ur.NT. A luit-- e election is Now that the Washlocaied on Clinton street, near over and very lew lahoiiug men will have it rooms ington. Apply to Tliox. Lee. vote in the city election, won't tin convicts he allowed to linihh the woik they began Iceeps 31. 011 the Jioulevaid a month or two since. Coiigref.-ion.-il Nff.no up; Revol' 2r' vers from noc.up; Enclose stnmpfor IS pnic 111 Ubtrateiiratiilouc. I P- g P f P Vi Guns from $:i.uo up; Ilteeoh Load- - And buy 3 packages best Arbucklc on K.iriitlbiniatioitapplj adjoining farm. to H. 0. OH'CJEOH. Auk.2i-3iu Vv U Coffee for 50 cents. riTTsitunoii vikv akms PlttslmrKti, c., Vn. 25 c. " Jjrown Siiaar " $1.00 Ji ,f 1.00 0 " Leaf Lard And all other kinds f llroeorio in preportinn. ulso Nv.tioiih and Furnishing (loods. 2 lbs, Green Coffee for W. S. DKALKR DEHONEY IXSAI'IXAXD I'AN'CV is like a plowed Held, nil hills and hollows, anil is a miserable place to tide over in a buggy. It should be Pou , attended to hv the city or the Gits Comp-inyollice. who tore it up luft month to lay their pipes. Saint Clair a full llmtu J. supply of staple and inncy (Groceries. -- NOTIGEL All por'ott DRY GOODS, yaws, moral i blssshe. I C S.m.i: A piano. Apply at thU o--Fon Sam:. A residence on the Versailles T Adams Louisville, wtys : "I pike. Apply at this ollice. Andtew have ued Hiowu'r. Iron Hitters lor dyspepsia and exhalation and am coinplclely restored." o to bo inilrlited to the ou.uo of the lute Aioh. .Mooro aro lierel.y nutlllcd to uoiiic forward and iH'ttlo ut once, or Oct. thoir notes will be placed in tho liundi of rai otlieor fur c illeetion. 'iiowinythfinsi'lvc IhniJon Bttiliiiitj, Sotiti Frankort. cordially invito New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STRr.HT, St'Ji.'i ou to call and examine my fw- - i.yt.'J8 1 tu J. 1. MOOlli:, Atlin'i: M o IL Veach is iryin;; to organize tin attillery company in 'this city, and has secured come twelve or lilteen names of Chailie Fincell is selling the tenderest Noiiag men who will go into it. All tho-- e who desire to join should leave their names beef steak to be had in the city for twelve and a half cents per pound. with him, Mr. .1. . Leave your orders for Buildiugr, wail papering at tlie to 9J Ollice w Catholic OM ST. CLAIR STREET. cent store. OflTico s REAIG YAL ! tt. FRANKFORT, KY E $EY PLAK1K0 MILL. J. S M. First-Clas- WAKEFIELD s " Having recmtly added to his F.stuhlishment $' '' 6 l. Hour. 7 to S A. M., V2 to I l M., 7 to M. octll-- l in REPAIRER AND ido of ENGRAVER. to tho opposite Pinning to furnish 31111, till kinds litis ri'inovud hi? ital)!U!imont DlSSQLUTiDHOFPAHTHEBSHIP. Is now prepared of Thiii.duy U . Cluli-Stvi'iM- , Vvimltlutt, Ivy., against firm of 1'. 1.. Jleajher .t Dro. has this day Suiul Tlioflm'stiiiiiMjC ilaiuujls in tliu The The case of the Commonwealth luen disolcd, I) .in. .Meagher, Where lu kiop const nitty on hml i fti .mil by iiuitit.il consent ol Frank Egbert, chained with the murder i'liyiu tii'UTiu Ih'f.s. -- Jr., totirinj; friitti the fniu. K. I.. Meagher has eomnlcto of asbiimcd all tlio liabilities of tho lirm. Jerry Lee, was called in the Circuit Court 1)W. MliACIlF.U, Jit. Merino underwear lor cents, ladies, and last week but postponed until 1 M Jl!!i ,hm, Islfe '5 ' Kf A " I. SO Hunyuu's February term. A motion was made to children at grant him hail, but .Judge L. llord, ihe cipecial jude elected to trv the ease, after taking in til Saturday to consider the mutter, iu . decided that it was lull a bailable cui-e- i:. October Ith, 18&2. l. mi:a; uku. WATCHES,' CLOCKS, Scroll Work, Siai Work Gotttn out May 15 & Turning .. -- ose-v.- Tlie cheapest wall paper tlie city at iho o to i)) cent store. o-tinlur-nishe- d. or Tworoouib (orient, lurui-he- d The Grand Woyal Atc.h Chapter of KenM. II. Molvee. Apply to Mis. at Louisville tucky. A.Y. M., in month Minvndered to tin: Grand Council last i' linsiory tit Gril'iin Ts'itto iiuy ol Kentucky the degtees ol Cv ptic Miwoiuy, antl leijiiested the ln- olliceio of that body-t- lini.s. ... . ootM'ltn call n meeting lor the puipoool leceiv-in- g (Jaslmiprvs al bottom prices s. v, smwu, the Mime ami lesumiug work. Dr. C. sit CJriilln Itros. 13. Dunn, the late Deputy Thrice Illusliioiis Girtiul Maider, will comply with the retpie.-- t Large lot ol elegtint oil painting at fit a lev. days. Wh'uesides k McEwan's. -t Tliu iiiiiKr'igneil will still cuntiuiio btuhuss ut the .iuio ctand, wliuro ho will bo cl.id to uiuot his liiendt. ivud tho p.itKiiis ot tho old Unit. Tluiso tthloh ho is scllir.g nt the lowest iidrl)t.d to tho linn of V.. Ij. Mi.iher X Uro. ropt. HO Jim. willu.ill and settle their uccountu, or they will be pl toed iu tho hands ot uu olllcor for collection. JJ Mr. I'Mi. .Moigher, jr., will rom.iiii in the lioiico us ehkf elitk, and requests his old friends iiiiiI put rutin to call v tho old stand whenever Tn tho City i:i nt anj thing lj wanted in tliu line of groceries, hardware, tobicco, cigar", whiskies, Ae. Ji.b. MK.VlUir.H. m. GOLD and SILVERWAKE, or. in the Host Style. tf. ah prioas. ft Tlie Best Soite Wafer, 44Al.ft0A A nAf ' l '"" "uaYI UXJL WM. CEOMWELL. Joa LeCompte's B5UG STOSS. TRY ALABASTINEI s. 2Rial 3Sstat Will practice iu tho cutrts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will alto give special attention to the purchase and nule ol real etdnte, collection of rent!1, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Ollice opposite Court House. .kgzi i'k d. o. a. n. iuown, m. n. .... -- j Skinny Mon. "Wells' Health Ueuewer" icstnre3 health and vigor, cures Sexal tluliH'uy. SI. Dyspepsia, Impotence, at the Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ Surgeons, Wev York Comet P1 1 A. N Iv V O tt X , Buy the KY. Oysters, iiiiesl iu the city, tho Baptist and residence next door 5 Juno 2j'ly. is tlie best tiling ttt use for ceilings For sale at COAL! A COAL! Q. B. MACKL1X. JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH. mar to 91) cent store. Ollleo to Church, S. Clair struct. SIDE DRUG STORE. ii. LL KINDS 0 COAL ON HAND anil forulent Lowest Prices hy vi axxmarmutnmw'Mm.KyjaiLijjMimum-j.i.n.iL- i t BlfflTMSBW UJKLBtULL' IIU1 1. J PIL1NKF0RT Tlic lnriii-- ROUNDABOUT. in Mninc with tin' heM Stoney Creek. Black liauxitiul rabbits are ripe Never without new-- lor the RouND.viiot'T. Apples nie very scarce in this neighbor? Ki'iiiIjiU'h Spavin cure :eas. t liver' owner ncs jih' hood. The proprietors of Kendall's Sp.ivin Cure have bundled of letters on (He "peaking' in the highet tonus of the beii"tlts derived (run its use. When you find one case where it ha failed to give lelicf, there, ate hundieds where it has proved a nieces. Head ndveilbeuient & DMlDMMl. Mo'tfchci?, TsiHoff, BETWEEN MAIN ami BROADWAY. Regular Cincinnati, Louisville, and Madison Packd. Jniljie Oonriro N. Hrnvvn hii" iiirtntotetl the urninl .inrv at ' to imiict nil who in miy way minle any tII'rt to prisons ectire tho release ol Nenl nnd Craft from the.State troop. It will mil .veaiy a pilfon to count tlic nutnlier ol ititlictnientH they will return ajjaint moinliei' of the inoh when their lahor- are eonoliiiloil. (':wlolt-4nir!.- Mr. James Ttumnl left last week for Owen county to visit friends and relative. Bro Coppaue preached n very impressive "oruion at Antioch .Sunday week. Text ST. CLAIR S7HEET, The V, S. Mnil Lino Company's eleg.int vteaincr 9 pas-erng- er Bt:,ld Knob. Mr. W. II. CkitkV eon, who was very ill, has reeoverul. The Coiijiwiorinl ehntion pa??el oil' very quietly. Onlv 8."j voto uere polleil. Io.opli North has tuen three weeks' dithering eight hairels of eurn. lie neeil? help. Mr llerry Witt, of Stoney Creek, visited friend." in tliit neighborhood the tiist ol the week. Mr. D. P. BentleyV 'chonl is ornamented with u new hroum, an 'old ax and a new handle. The dance at Mr. Ahe Hacker's paed ofl very pleasantly, and e are glad Iomiv there a- no disturbance of any kind the first time thi? vear. Captain Peyton Io?t In- - quart of wlii-k- y lat Monday. He ill hardly suivive the mi 'fortune. X. Y. Bridgeport. Keeling GaineThe election votes polled. Rev. i the lo. d hore tamer. quietly, only ft'2 p:i-e- oli" What few hogs there is in this part of the county tor sale are Held at 1U per hundred. Elmville is on a boom and goods ate so cheap that it is almost impo-sibl- e to supply Ladies and all sufferers from neuthe demand. ralgia, hysteria, and kindred complaints, will find it without an equal. To continue lo M. Frank Bridges sold his black saddle nctafisolicitorHfor Married at the residence of, Inquire J. V. marc, on the 2d ., to Dr. Lusby, Owen Tiatcnts. caveatx JS (So fin nlf, 4V.M 1.r. AHv...lrltfa Jack-oin this town, Nov. 9, ISS'2, Mr. county, for $13") cash. JIB, VUJ LlUin, lrfl.V.,AWA 3 O tho Uuite.d States, and to obtr.inpat- William T. WiNon and Mi-- s Annie Mr. J. T. Bridge bought, on the 2d, of ",53,1 out 3manv,tnnada. Jinpiana, l'ranco, in Rev. J. Ur. Pugh ollicbiting. and all other countries. John Pettj, of Sulphur Lick Branch, one L'liirylx year' uractice. No We ere Miovvn a Malic of corn la.-- t milch cow at $'.io cash. ehargo for examination of models or drawWedne-da- y giown on the farm of Raleigh ings. Advico by mail frco. Miss Sallie Sharp, of Scott, a charming 1.1 feet in length. Armstrong thafmea-ine- d 1'atontn obtained through im nronoticcdln Mipent several (lava last week with tho SCIENTIFIC A3IEHICAN, vviiieh lias A an extra large year of corn that grew Mis Sallie Wigginton near this place. tlio larrjost circulation, nnd is tho moot on raid stalk. Who can beat it. newspaper of its hind publifhodintho That wedding, which has heen talked of i world. Tlio iidvoiitagcHof Biich n notico evory r ...I Itoll nt I..v,. r. n..:.i 1M' patontro nndorstniidu. SI1,,,,:n,-!,st w'ek i wee.k ending No. Itl.h, IHS2: Charlie R- u- fcI",ce Tliislargo and splendidly illustrated k'IloW Ht1"" ,llu '"''' "ctl,re' sell. Lena Kobc-rtsEmmu Sau.uella Crockett, Maggie Branch, Erne-- t Wil-oi.nilinadniitted tobotho beat paper devoted Mr. Win. Watson, Sheriff of Owen coun Willie Parrent. Mattie Lou Crockett, John tv. bought one day Invt week of C B. No. 43'J Main Street, over Orutchcr & Shirks' to Bsieneo, mcehnuicn, inventiona, cnKineoriiiR worho, and other departments of industrial Brown, Lucy Brown, Kuihie .Roberts. "WHITE HALL" Clotlting llouc, Barnes, of Scott, one hundred ewes al S3 per progrcps, publialicd in any country. Singlo Wil-oJenkins Sallie Ruth Willie head. cojiica by mail, 10 ceuta. Sold by all :F,:E2,.&.:fcT:E::F,o:E1 22: litissell, Annie Dowdeu. Charlie Walts. Married. Atthe bride's fnther's. in Owen Address, 3tunn .t Co., publifiliers of Seion-tifi- o SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE 0TFEUED county, on the 2d inst.. Mr. James Baker American. 201 IUw.dvvay, Now York. Benson. in the ivny of fine pictures oF nil styles and ami Mi's Leona Lucas. May joy ever atHandbook about patents mailed free. Why will the people of I'mnkfort tend them. pond to the city for work when they enn Mrs. Jnne Reddish, ol Frankfort (South Mrs Jennie Sinclair, Mr Harvie und Oot.25-tf- . nt homo? Side), visited her nephew, Mr. Joe Mis- - Mamie Sinclair spent lat Thursday Sheets, of this place last week. with the family of J. T.Reynolds in Minors-ville- , Cannot some one get up a comet in the Scott county. day time lor the benefit of some in this Mise Belle McCord and Bettie Wiggin-toneighborhood. They say it rises too early and Joe Wiggiutou spent several dav for them. last week with fiieuds in and near StumpIt is thought the matrimoninl fever will ing Ground, Scott county. soon oieau out in iiiih pmce, a mere lire Mr. W. S. McCord and hi-- , beautiful several that have strong symptoms of the daughter, Mios Azelia, spent several days THE MOST .SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever disease now. last weel; in Cincinnati, where Mr. W. S. discovered, as it is certain in iu ultccto and doe.-- , not blister. KKAU l'KOOl" HKI.OW. A No excellent Post Office Department, We have had a nice rain, and Capt. Fox was buying his winter stock of goods. for liunian IIcnIi. Washington, D. C, Mr. James W. Bridges boughi on the and Polk Conway are happy. Fox can now FROM run his boat and Polk ins" mill. Bring on 30th of October one cow and calf from Mr. October 16, 1882. J. M Parker for.?40 cash, and on the 1st, your coi n, boys. T. Proposals will be received at the ol C. B. Bruuer, of Scott. 33 head of sheep Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Pattio and their son, at 3 per head. Youngktown, Ohio, May loth, i33o. Dh. II. J. Kt'.MMi.l. ri C'ii., (Jents! Hugh, have been to Boone county visiting bad a very Mr. Larkin Pluckett, of Walnut Grove, Contract Office of this Department valuable Ilambletomau coll that I prized very liit;lly. relatives. Their daughter. Mary," lias been lie had a bone ki:im'ii on one joint anil a small Owen county, has filed suit ngainst Martha very sick during their absence one on the which very lame; I had Pluckett, hi- - wife, in the Common Please until 3 p. m. of Jauuary 6th, 1883, him under oilier charge made himeteriuiry surgeons the of two The young men of this place have organ Court nt Franklort for a divorce on the who failed to cure him was one day reading the Cure the for carrying the mails of the United advertisement ofi Kendall's Spavinonce to intry it Chiizeil a spelling club. They meet every ground of abandonment. cago Express, ami determined at Wednesday night at the school-housMr. dniHyists here to henil for it, they ordered got our This part of the county is for Mason States upon Lnx. took the routes, and accord- three bottle;.;thorough them Iall and thought I would Ilulett announcer. Turn out, ye Williams, sr.. to represent our people in the trial, used it according to dit'lvethcm a spellists. rection!! be next Legislature, nnd would be iiroml to ing to the schedule of arrival and lame nndand the fourth day the colt ceased to but I used the lumps have disappeared, The Rev. Win. Smith, like Paul of old, learn of his candidiicy for the same. Mr one bottle and the cnlt's limits are as free from lumps thinks it no disgrace to labor with his Williams made the best sheriff we ever had. departure specified by the Depart- - nnd as smooth as any horse In the state. lie K entirely cured. The cure was so remarkable tli.it I let two of hands. He has the contract for making We learn by a private dispatch that Prof. my neighbors have the remaining two bottles, who one hundred tobacco hogsheads, and is now J. G. Hardy.of Windfall. Indiana, will visit ment, in the State of Kentucky are now using it. Very Respectfully, l 'V re'i i?u at work on them. friends and relatives in Kentucky this winwill meet a warm welcome nt our from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884. Conway and two ter, lie Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ot their children, from Owen count v. nfter village, where he has many tried and true Send g illustrated circular visiting relatives in Franklort, came out and memis. Lists of routes, with schedules of Price $i.for All druggists have itgivi an positiveforproof. or you. gel it spent a couple ol days with Mr. Polk ConElmville will have a baby show, which Ur. II. J. Kendall & Co., J'ri 'tors, ICiiosburgh Falls, Vt. Mr. Johnson says rabbits will take place the 22J of this month. way's family. No arrivals and departures, instructions and possums are ripe in their county. Ditto natty to be shown that weighs less than here. 00 pounds. The prize will be 20 in gold, to bidders, with forms for contracts & Prof. J. K. Corhorn and the Itev. John And now the irrepressible mother-in-laand bonds, and all other necessary House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, his time she says she Barnes will act as judges, is on hand again. must have a heel killed or she will leave Mr. Willis Wiley, one of our best and BQyPliiin nnil Decorative Pnper Hanging Now, Joseph, kill that beef, even if the most trusworthy citizeiiH, is very sick at his information will be furnished upon n Hpecinlily strong arm (Armstrong) should take home 24 miles north-wes- t of this place. Orders left at Averill's drug store will he promptly and the other hall be iiid bv u Sheet, Mr. W. has many friends and relatives who application to the Second Assistant attended to, April there is a Hunter here, who if called upon, sympathize with him in his hour of atllic-tioPostmaster General. will find a share of it. Do not let her go We hope it may not be long until around crying beof, beef, beef, when there the Alwiee may see fit to restore Jiim in lMciitly is no beef. Let us have beef. health to his family and friends. Amour, Office. J. K. H. Oct. Postmastiv General, I. Uyliind, D. D., of Lexington. the village thi.- - week. Mr. Alex. Julian and hii- - son Tarleton, aie on a trip to Texa- -. Mr. 11. Uoger-- '. of Frankfort, paid a vinit to relative.- - in this place last Sniuiiiy. Mr. II. Clay Dunigan and wife, of Frankfort, were the gue?tf of Mr. .J no. .Jenkins, .r. last Simda.i. liegnlar at the Bridgeport Christian Church both morning and night. Eld. Terrell pastor. Miss Leona Jett, ho has been friend- - in this; section for two or three week? past, has returned home. Mr. Ellen Kellog H.irran. .32 yeata ago paid of this place, but now of Wiscon-iu- , us a visit labt week, the tlr.--t since that time. ab in , n, Nn-hall. Matthew, 0:11:5. Rumor has it there will be a u'eddiu in We ill congratuthis neighborhood soon late them, if o eet a chance. Some of the people of this vicinity have been put to a gieat deal of trouble by some unknown partv or parlies, who would ell for hor.se thieves. Whoever they are, they took the privilege on Friday nidit, the 'J7ih nit., of taking' Mr. Win P O'Nan's horse from his stable and ruling or leading, it away, which ciused him a great deal of trouble and dNtre-- s before he found it. It was iroue 'or several ihivn. On nidit, at tlie Odd Fellow- - Hall, on Stone Creels some one hud the impudence to take Mr Simonis' horse and ride or lead it to l!ale's Mill, or near there, and turn it loose. He found it .Sunday in n much worsted condition. It uould be a lib 'im: to our country if these parties could be caught and made to suffer for their If the lav. will not take hold of them a rope neatly applied to their necks by Dr. Lvne.h might prove erv eilienoiotis in stopping theil fun I do not think it is anvone ho belong- - in tin- - neighborhood, for I do not believe there person who es in this vicinity who woiihl be uMiilty of Mich conduct. All the hoi-e- n that have been taken were trotn living on the pike, and are ridden in the direction of Bailey's Mill, and when they reach there are exchanged for others belong1 ing to farmers in that neighborhood. the racal- - think' they are very giie. haip, but its n long lane that baa no turn, and they may get into trouble jet. pas-very BROWN'S IRON mm BITTERS will cure dyspepsia,he;irtburn, malaria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other wasting diseases, Keep cont iiitly 0:1 luinil olorli?, ilopk!iii, ami tlio Will arrive at Frankfort on TiiMilny, Tlinri-ili- y, limunt t.vli' of futie l'reucli nnd Siiltiiilny. Inn vin Frankfort nti eu.liiii'r". lie ie propnred Fi'hliiy nnil Sunday of ench wenk. tn 11111U0 them up on flliort Freight icectved for all points on tho Kenive notice, nail porfect tucky mill Ohio river. SAM. SANDEltS, Mutter. (itting gar tne nt, stylish nnil Jamks Kinnr, ) e.niilnrt.ilili!. Titos. (lAVI.V. J ChfU July 1,.tin JOHN A. '.VCK, Ayrnl, Frankfort, Ky. tnnr. Wed-iieiitn,- v, 2.)-tf. OITY of FRANKFORT Snt-tn- da I?" i& A. IN BROWN'S IRON KFORT A&t nwmwm im mm -j wmr.1 fSfrWi HAGHINE WORKS, Ji I Ahum o eavlty-Chro- liatlffcE nle JOXES I8K0S., Propridors. Mai nlacturcrsof all kinds of New Work tot ct. BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the sj'stemj cures weakness, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle. i.--a par-tit- zrj&vsfsb" 3ntnrrh of tho Uasal and Uloorativot Catarrh of tho Ear, Eyo or INTuKNAtLY, and Throat, sttntauon Blood ncio DiRrCTLY upon thoSystem. and It Wucouo Surfaces of tho Dlood Purifier In tho lo tho boat YVOrfLD, and lo worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alono. B5TIN THE And wo offer Ono Hundred Ooltaro for nny Caao of Catarrh It will not Ouro. ti WILL CUKE ANV CASE. Offlco of A. T. Stewart & Co. Cutoioo, 111 , June 4, lbbU. t Mestra. F. J. Cksneidt Co., Toledo, O. Gc7itlemen:l tiko iileasuro hi Jnformio? you that I havet ir d HalVs Catarrh Cure. It hao cured me was v ry bid and don't hesitate to any ease of Catarrh if taken Fay that it will "iuuratiitly, properly. M Flour 'Gliilis, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, enr.ss fittings or Of. all kinds, c. -- BROWN'S IRON ma curs for taum MARKETSJ 0:1133 One door west of corner Ann and Droadwrty streets, April lfi-Xorth Side, Frankfort, Ky. ti lSy'Coniracts for New Work in at.y pan the .Stnte. hw&k !i 6i rott Railway, Tr.Non. Elmville. Tobacco geta lower and lower. Miss Eliza Sharp has been quite sick for several la.. Wheat N doing splendidly, with a very large acreage sown. What tobacco there in this part of the mostly of a u'ood grade. county Elmville will hive a wedding in high life shortly. Look out for card. -: - BITTERS Is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST BROWN'S IRON E. McaiAy, Jueksi.u, Mich., virrltcs Havo hail Catairh tor 20 years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured luo. Consider it worth $10.00 u bottle. Cgr.Sold by all Dru&Kfstsat "0 rts per bottle. Mrtr.ufactured nnd sold bv F J. CHENEY & CO. Colo Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur S.ile by JOS. Lr.COMPTR, DRUGGIST, 0ctl8-l- y South Frankfurt. WOBTH OtO J. U. WcATnrjr.yono. A 1JOXTI.E. Hiura, nimaniu in toil TIIK ONLY LtNR RUNNING FULLfnflM NEW SLEtFIND CARS A SOLID TRAIN FKOM LOL-ISTILL- E, BITTERS Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, m Ky., I Hit in.-t- IteaaMW i..i WASHIHGTOH" CITY, O0NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT PAS l' TRAI2SS FOR WITHv 2? Si W AND IS1 O S. 1SL . -, -- -o Capital S Gallery THF. DIRECT ROUTK TO intlu-cnti- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ALL al ' l(-- v v . Ku-.-e- ll, u, a MATTSHST. FIIlIM&Il?ICM3i,ii?8IITS For tickets nnd ftirti'.or itiforin.itinn npplv to your nrnMst tiekot-uthuor mMrma V . V. Jlonrou, Imision Freight ami Puaxvngcr Agent, Lu.xingtoii, Ber-nic- e u, -- sr. nowu-deaior- C. W. SMITH. II. Y. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., UlCHMOM), ViKGINIA. Ky. mml n innms. DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE Notice to Contractors! Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (Lou., Cin. ic Lexington Division) The Great Tlironli Trunk Line to CINCINXA 77 ami the EAST, G0L, I. LOUISVILLE and IT IS the SOUTH. 1 l.ir-- e 1 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Hook, Hot Springs and Texas. e, 1 PULLMAN PALACE CARS Run Through From Louisville to Memphis, Little Book, Nauhville, Decatur, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and New Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. ffi Kendall's Spavin Cure. EGBERT SON, 1 fniinB of thin Company from Frankfort miko oonncotions at Louinvillo with train en Main Linn for Meinphio, Littlo Hock, Nnh-villMohilo and New Orleans. Also with trains for all points in tho North und West. w m e, one-ha- lf, tC-- EMIGRANTS tickets. y n. T. O. HOWE, 28-6- t. Job Work cuted at this Exe to Arkansas and Texas should wrlto or seo nn agent of this Company before nurohnslm. timi C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. 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