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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 fra1882111801 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. Ine E GEORC-- ankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. A. LEWIS, Publisher. Volume VI. wmwujBamratXtViWmxKKixai wtw.Y.j'BMcrmKfivaa it FRANKFORT, KY.. NOVEMBER tin- Vullpv - 18, 1882 IFSn&'.TSL'CXJLA.U Number 9. jiA'.UFl BESB BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes the great gun of the fall senuon of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I DAVIS returns from the Bast with a stock bought for and at prioes that will astonish you. lie nfl.T! SPOT CASE no fii'ml'ius lmioib!litics But for the purchaser, and respectfully invites your inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, Means What he Advertises. His immense STOCK is all ready I. Sept. 3o-3- DAVIS. FRANKFORT. KY. St. Clair Street, Murray Building. There is a great complaint among the residents of some poitious o' the cily, especially on High hi reel, at the lateness of the Vrk Ims liti'ii coiniiictice.l upon tlio hour at which the gas on the stieuts i siilf.vulk from tliin :ity to Tn lotion, ami ii lighted. It is olten after even o'clock be. lii'in puilii'd rnpiilly. fore they have light anil the walkiuj n rendered dangerous thereby. 'I'll c huHi'i ciiii have their Htiiinpiii'4 ami pinking no.illy e.Mctitcil ly Mn. W. C. Manager George 0. Morris, of "The Gooilwin, Tliini ftrct'l .South Side. World," carries with him two entile sets ol Clint le Wnriicr, LimiNviIIc, muh: "I littvc sceneiy, one for ihe largest Opera Hou-- e in mid Brown's Iron Hitlers for ilynpep-ithe country, and one forsiuull halls. The liillioii"tK'H ; ill ere is not liinir m eompare small set, iced here, is just as complete, mid with it." insures the production or every scene, with Ed. Mnrris, a colored earpenter em- out cutting or mutilation, at Capital Hall. O" ploye al the new "O. V. C." Distillery, liad Mr J E. Ifodgers, of the firm of J. F. tunruiti, his toot verv luully cut, Weilne-da- y Ponder A: Co., Louisville, has opened out a liy the lulling' ol a heavy liniher upon it. splendid stock of watches, jewelry, and Mr. D. M. Wood.'oii has coiiitnencetl ware in the Singer Sewing Malaving the Inundation ol a neat cottage res- chine Office, on the corner ol Main and Ann idence on tin land he purclined recently street, where he can be found ut all time-1- , from .ludije L. Uonl. two miles ft out tlii. ready to sell the finest goods at the lowe-- t Arc no.v receiving city, on the Owenton 'pike.' cash prices, or exchange them for old gold sell as low as any Mr. .lames llu'hea, who ieide on the and silver. Call mid see him. Tlio vnrlt of tukiii", tin- iiiiicliiui'ry out ol Mills wi. licjimi Tiu-hIiiv. 'il IEW DEPARTURE ! AY n k fall R 03 MAN, Wholesale and retail dealers in I -- STAPLE & PANOIT GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, their stock of goods, which they propose to All goods warranted first-clas- s. -i- lver-plated house in the city. I v liirin known as the Black place, near the In ihe case of Ihe Planter's Nationnl Forks of Elkhoin. in thi- - county, has nu ayainst .J. W. Bachelor Bai k of apple dee in his orclitml whiuli N full ol KENTUCKY., tipple" of the second crop tliat are as and his sureties, Messrs. Stephen Black, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, lare Kee-non- , of the first It P. Pepper. G. W. Gwin and A C. Toe cold n a licii'rt i',', tli'c city, and Zeh. Ward, of Arkanol will prevent their of the week, ol otu-e- , Succwor to 1). F Meek. M11I11 Strttt, Franktin- - watch icpnirhi Im'itiiff malutinir, Int. tliey would soon lime heen sas in the Louisville Court of Common furt, Kv eontlriuM judgment was obtained Pleas Wedne.-daot thu "ulil stnud. V, l)rotnitnoss niul oiretill ripe. work hr hopo to murit thu jiutroniiRO f tlinu by the Bank for $50,000. This suit was who ileir to hnvc tht'ir wut'ho repaird withThe L. iC N. Hnilioad Company li.is brought by the Bank to compel Mr. Bache. Surveyor' (Inmate lalng doim out iiml other instruments requiring cotiinienceil the erection of a depot buildlor, who wits Cashier, to make good a pordelicate iiud ncctir.itc :uljutiiieiit. ing at the new station, near Mr. JiimeH tion of the amount stolen by Louis Keliin, Hearn's gate, four miles and u quarter from the Teller, several vears ago. Theie have In retiring from hit'lnca? in Frankfort I tako 1 let city. Tne name of ihe Station wiJl lie been six trials of the case already, once in j. 'insure in e.irei'?iiig my entire confidence in Jell's, and Mr. .James 11. Shaw will be the the Court of Appeals, and it will likely go 2 (. S. Ayres. iind from my long iicqiiaintunce him a? a workman, do not hesitate to com- agent. Already eighteen ear loads of coal there as:ain. villi mend him us every way ciialdo of meeting the have been sold there thi fall, ami a steam t'Xiiotitiitiun of my former liatmns. ' It is said that thete are stored in two bus!. F. MEEK. corn sheller is in operation fehelling a car Fcpt. :sn-iness houses alone in this city from fifteen load a day, which is shipped of!'. As soon pike to to twenty kegs ol gttnpo.vder, and in as the turnpike from the Ver.-aillThin is explosMillville, is completed', which will be in others more or le.--s. about two mouths, the greater if not all the ive material enough to blow the whole town into eternity, and should be removed al flipping done from the Glen's Creek will be from this depot. As soon once to some secure place. The State has a GOODS as the building is completed Jones' Station, magazine on the Arsenal Hill whisii is not this side, used, mid the merchants would doubtless which is only a short will piobably be abolished, and much of be allowed to place it there free of charge. the biiMiieps now done at Ducker's will be If there is not a city ordnance against dealers keeping so large a stock m the city, one tiausacted there. f tlio order is pent by mail with post office order, should be enacted at once, lor not only the letter, or pnrtag" stamps: He Got a Layover. property of every citizen is in danger It lit Silver Thimbles, open or closed ends, 24 cts. lives ot the people are constantly jeopardized A man by the name of W Ilacelking bought a ticket lor Loiii.-vill- e at llie Lex- while it remains, for at any moment a spaik Solid Silver (Sterling Owuwitwil) ington depot, Wednesday uiortiiiiir, and or a cigar thrown earle.-d- v down may spting Tea Kimons. 3 85 wr set. bonrdid the train that arrives in this city at this mine. $10 85. S:I0 a. m. When the conductor came Soiid Silvei Table Spoons, Albert Heed, of color, was exercising his around he asked lor a layover check for earning propensity, on the corner of Main BODGESQ' BUTTER RHIFE, 25 OTS. Midway, but was informed that the compur set. pany nave no layovers and his request could and St. Clnir streets, Monday morning, Hodser-s- ' B. Mackliu came along and to when Mr. Geo. not he complied with. He then ivliir-eRodgcrs' Tabic Spoons, $2.-30- . told him to stop swearing, but instead of give up his ticket and would not pay his his Per Set. tare. When the train arrived at.Midway the obeying he turned all attention to Mr. Rodrer3 Porks. $2.50 the abusive epithets' Mackliu and applied procured the services of the town Rodger' Kuivos, $1.01) Pur Set. conductor went into the car and again de- to him which he could command, mid as Mar-ha- l, in his buggy folAT SI, manded the ticket, which Ilaselkiug still that gentleman drove oil NiCKLE CLOCK WINDING STEM relu.-c-d to give up. The conductor then lowed him up the street, picked up a 81.53. WITH 1UBM, told him to leave the train, but he said he stone, ami threatened to strike him with it. Ollicer Hupe appeared on the scene at this Solid (luld Hitiga, iltlier with a fct or plain would not do that either and the conductor look him by the arm, saying lie would as poitil and arrested Heed, who refused to go gold, for the little folks, 75 cents. him oil', when he reached behind him with him, and the otlicer was compelled to LARGE ASSORTMENT OP am! drew his pistol, which wax notttnlooked use bis stick upon him when he broke away of Midway and ran, but was induced to return by the (or. At thin move the Mur.-hi- U stepped up, tool him in tow tin the charge of pemuusivc argument of a pistol aimed at carrying concealed weapons, mid marched him, and was finally lodged in the workhim oil' the train. He will now have the house. Tuesday morning Squire Bohaunuu work-hous11 pleasure of paving about tilt v dollars for awarded him fly days in the back there became so taken ! his fun, but lie got a layover. It would and when unruly aa to require irons to be put on been cheaper to have paid his fare. SAMUEL AYEB.S, BEST BRANDS All OF1 Hunters' complete WATCH IttAtilSIi, Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. other goods handled in their season. outfits. y, tlii-iii- e..in-ms-- FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Fine Sept. 30-- Breech-loadin- g Shot Guns a Specialty. tf FOR A SHORT TIME es CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. 3 m. dis-tilleii- THE FOLLOWING ce Mow PRIOES MENTIONED, Arriymgl AND FOR SALE J s V AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. An Enormous Stock of 1,on.iiooii',$l.t BOOTS AND SHOES For Fall and Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF ist WATCHES, DIAMOiNDS, OT2S W. AND SILVER PLATED WAKE BOOKS, STATIONERY. C- - Send for our Prices before you buy. have SMTBTDBSa, To The' Dry Goods Merchants of him. m Frankfort. "The World" is a Capital Hall show. Manufacturing Jcwclct: 13Q"Urork Shop unit Sales Room: Upper st. , opposite Court House', Lexington, Ay. FRUIT A' SUPERIOR niirsorj TREES. FALL OF 1882. slock of Fruit and Ornamental An- 'IV, .1.6 FruitK. (iranevines ftinii.ll paragus I'l.wtf, and everything found in a lirnt- - j claxH . It is the urgent request of Gi:xti.i:ii:n the many clerks you have employed Unit you give them the noccsury freedom becoming every working trail in the United : Hy closing all places of busiSlates, ness where dry goods are kept ami sold, except Saturday night, promptly at six o'clock, i M. We do not see t lie true benelit derived by the employeis in keeping open said houses after thai time, as the amount saved, w Inch is now paid lor had light alone, will HUllicienlly and abundantly repay you to comply with the teqiient of your many . Signed, clerks. MANY CLERKS. : to-w- A Card. Editor Itmmthtbout : In response to a call made upon me through the columns of your paper to become a candidate for Councilman, I will say that while I am deeply sensible of the honor my friends desire to confer upon me, I am compelled to decline making the race tor the reason that my private business tequires would remy whole time and attention. D. D. C. spect lull' suggest my friend, Mr. Andrew 3DS3JTTIST, Salender, as a suitable person to fill the STT'E'iGr'EJOrfcT Respectfully. position. FBANICFOBT, 1C"V h. WEITZKL. I Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. sept23-t- f J. BUSH, S., ! W. J. CHINN, DKALF.R IN I application. We employ no agentH, but give our commit). flon direct to tlio planter. Wo refer to our old pntrons, Our now eiitulogues will be tsont on I3i 0 tf II. P. 1IILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Cnn bo found at hi ofllco from 8J a. m. to 5 p. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid tn . reiuly to do nil kindu of ilcntal work to tlio Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1. cntiro satisfaction of those who may ohoso to July Druggists. patronUo hltu. intenielly. Price 75 cents. 15-l- y $100 Reward "Buohupaiba." (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) ALL KINDS OF COAL, Wlllaollattho very lower! figures FOR CASH! tsa -- i rMi j mlm wmm iiiiiHiijuMiijin Ksmmmm na 1 i FRANKFORT pont-uflicc- ROUNDABOUT. iiiwwiwwiwaaraVJ)WiWtttrBaawaKvCTiMMiiiiii ijgggoggMBaMMiarawtt Mi Carrie icher, of Madion. Indiana, SI'AI'.KS. i i ( IT probalile that tlie Opeia House will It Frankfort, Kentucky EntorediUtlie be rebuilt at owe. in second clis mnllnblc mutUr. Tlie militia should be utili?ed next time to keep off tlie usual crowd of GEORGE A. LEWIS. luted bors. BcLitor asid. Neitber endue w.f disabled as annonnred by the Yeoinnn, but both worked beautiful-lFIIAJJKF011T, NOVnMI5F.lt 18. 18S2. a soon a a supply of water eonld be had. vea Three time in the laI twenty-fivTHE PIKE. Ml". Bnllel' have the building adjoining reidenee on the en-- l been destroyed by Hie, Loss About $40,000 but it still Ma nd. Tlie City Clerk's ofiiee and Council Tin inol tle.Mrtirtive fire tlint lias Chamber are now in the loonm in the this pity lor several vents took place Sntur-laon property Main treet formerly oc- afternoon. About lmlf int tlirpe Price t .... i. icuiiieii nv tne warmers iviiik. of Me-- r. o'clock the liverv The crowd ot fools who miiiiu back with fo be on fire ami lie Co was llieir hand in their pockets and tell ju-- t niirni waseent in bv tc el) hone to the en ...,.,.. i...t. how it ought to be mana 'ed. and cuie the here were ,i cine house. . Chief becau-- e he docs not follow their in the stable at the time, but Mr. lame striictioti, wa there in foiee Darnell, who was in charge, ucceeded in Mr Tho Tanner, of the Yeoman olhVe. cutting them loose and getting them all out. while in the b'ick yard of Mr. Baltzel. the luM one just as the Hume., had reached at the fire, wa struck by one of the the stall in which it was. knocked down, and the ho-The fire department wa on hand prompt- stienm Iioiii dislocated. Hi injure hi left shouhkr ly with both their engines, but got a bad but we are glad to know was very start on account of the fact that jui that he i doing well alter starting his machine to work Enis now in the room The 11 gineer E. A. Phillip, of the E occupied as a barbershop in the left Taylor, .Jr., got the end of hi Mr. 15. of the Capital Hotel, thumb cut oil' by one of the wheels of the biwnieut Uoger ha removed hi stock of furniture circulating pump and wn- - compelled to to the room in the huge warehouse. Main leave his post to have his hand ilreed, and lately occupied bv Mcsis. J. 0. Mr. Richard Ferguson had to leave hi street, Dudlex A Hro., Mr .1. B. Dnden has his place at the New Era to supply that ot Mr t he basement of the Capital k ofgood.-i- u Phillips, which of course ciui-e- il some delay sto Hotel, Mr, Geo. Buhr and family are occubut both machines were soon at wink again, py ing the Weitzel Hotel, and Mr. J no. T. the New Ern being served bv oung Lee Buckley ha lemoxe.l his family into the Sheets and Iliehaid Weaver, coloml, of acated by on Main street lately the Capital Machine, Works, who worked house faithfully and well until far into the night, Mrs. Vandivere while Mr. Ferguson handled the Taylor in A gieal many citizens, piopeity holder5, his usual good stle. who go to a fiie. Maud with their h.md in A stiff breeze was blowing fioin the south theii pocket- -, and when to a if t with at the time and Mie flames tan inpidh up the the lioe, will av "you have a paid depait-mea- l rear wall ol MajosOpeia Houe. et the to let them do it " Now there aie four the cornice and soon communicated to men employed to stsn at the engine house Buhl's Hotel, both ol which buildings were on moiithh bilarieand eleven runner.-- ho soon wrapped in flames. The residence of receive live dollars per month. The (our Mr. .John T. Buckley, on Ann street, the who slay at the engine house have to be at stable ol Mr. V. Kaltenbrun, and the small the engine or attending to the horses all the In id; house on the alley in the rear of Mrs. time dining a fire, two ot the runners, in .John Baltzel's formerly occupied case both engines are ued, have to act as by Flank Nail, were also destroyed. By engineer and fireman of the second engine, hard work the firemen succeeded in saving and this leaves nine. It requiies three men the front part of Major Hall and the Buhr to each nozzle, and at n large fire, where Hotel, though both were veiy badly dam. three streams ire needed all the force left aged. The wind blowing in the direction it have to handle the nozzles and there is no did made the saving of the buildings of one to "tighten up" the hose, so the "paid Messrs. Kaltenbrun and Con. McAulifle to depaitinent" cannot do everything at a the east of Major Hall comparatively easy, large lire like that of Satuiday and are but to pieveul the spiead of the flumes to compelled to call for help. It i tru there the residences of Mrs. Bultzel and Mrs. are some alwax. ready to t, but there Gwin and the frame structuie ;n the rear i it growing disposition to stand bad: and of the Yeoman office wn a hard matter, let the bovs do it all, which should not be. but was finally accomplished by the firemen Col A. II. Bowman, Commi'-sioneof with the assistance of citizens with bucket Agriculture, will give his annual corn show of water. By nix o'clock the flame weie under con- on the 2Sih ot ihi- - mouth. lie oll'eis the trol and the street-,- , which had been filled following premiums: For white, yellow, with anxious spectators all the afternoon and breadcoiu cnch,fiii premium ten dobegan to be cleared, tlie militia ueie called llar. For pieded or mixed corn anil hominy a pieiiiium of fifteen did-hout to guard the good ol the siillerers by the corn For cattle corn, to he shown on the fire, and the old town began to settle down talk, filteen dollar.--. Each exhibitor must to its usual quiet. The lire originated in the of ears. in net les than twenty-fivthe Buhr Hotel, which wa located in the "The World" come- - to an end in a hotel, rear of the Opera House, adjoining the in thi city, on next Tuesdav evening when stable. Tlie following is a list of the unfortunate the curtain fall at the end ol the sixth act, and the eighth tableaux. one: v e vi-it- ed is vNiting her cousin, Miss Annie L. .tones, and a Main street cletk is hupp. Mi-- s evenEllie Mile ii'turned Tin-d- ay ing Iroin a it ol seveial months to relatives on Point a Pel lee Hand. Canada Mi- - Jennie Duvall ha returned from hei'xi-itioLoui a far a Louisville, and is viiting Iriend in that city. Mis II (Mav Sale left Monday afternoon lor K niin City, Miouri. to join her hu bund, and will there in future. Mr M. II Biown ami wife, of Louisville, Mr. B.' lather. Mr. 1!. have been W Lawler. in Ihi city, .the past week. Mr. M. E Overton, of California, is mother. Mis. Harriett Lcouuid. of twenty-livin thi- - ciiv, alter an vi-St mm hoys. FOR FOR LAltGG MEN. FOR SMALL 31 EN. CMILDRKX. i AT I ittrMttrTimTr.'mii3tLttBt?aKzii2rM TEE It! Atf?rar:rLTCTTimMrXKa:rriMnisw tan ic-i- de f T v fca Um r- - ab-en- ce e year. iiimir iilui I tnJLi.w ! mbm asAm W Li War atf mini J m I 1 -- B. Stickney. of Wuukehuw, spent the first of the week in tliNcitv, the guest of Mrs. J. C. Morton and Mi- - Sallie Jackson. L II. Saluinon, ol Chicago. Special Agent of the Notth German Fire Insurance Company, of Hamburg, Germany, spent Thuis K. B. day in tin city, the guest of Mis-rFranklin A: Co. Mr. P. Wiseon-i- n, s. e, Samuel Johnson, Louisville, savs: "Biown's Iron Bittets done more to lelieve me of vertigo and dizziness than anv medicine I ever tried. OVERCOATS TO BE 1,000 SOLD BT 9 o poM-ollic- e for-mcrl- v lilnok- Cro!-- s on monthly FOR SALE0R RENT! And if Low Prices will sell theni we are prepared FRAME to meet you. DKSlItAULE Do not purchase an overcoat until bit rfidfiif'. witli ten roiim, hall, etc., nml Two you seen our stock, as it will pay you-t- look have b 200 f'pft, picket fence enclosure. foiitli iil; of the briilgf, nn the corner of at our goods before buying elsewhere. iiinl Conwuy streets. If notsohl will leaso A TWO-SIOH- AMU A X Y ID 1 J HARRIS & n 11)0 piyuictits. ALSO FOR SALE. -- Two lot. on Wellington sirect, nenr Ilrondway, (north side) ID by 100 feet each. There i? A. W. DUDLEY. siiihle vn one of them. Nov 10, lsSM'.t. 11 ONE PRICE. LOWEST PRICK. HERRANN. Proprietors Arcase. j W, T. RDNYAN, H 15 til I I will a.-k-ed jut raceivod his full and Winter ttock of keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY w DRY GOOD S, NOTIONS, &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old stand. St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. n-3- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. M- CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. K. P. "WEIiLtlA.MS, Jr. I. M. WHOLESALE AND" RETAIL DEALER IN CHU rxvn, Cigars, Tobaccos, tj Groceries, FISHING Liquors, JOHN T. BUCKLEY, iic.u.r.it in TIN-WAK- E, as-i-- STOVES AND Has FOREIGN FRUITS, &C, ANN STREET, PRAHKP01T, EY. 3.3 TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, r Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always HEATING STOVES! on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Sept in. ji'ft reccivf il iv largo stock of base burner SCC II AS u. -- THE LION! I FOR SOFT COAL, AND e THE WEST POINT! FOR HARD COAL, A No the. WOULD iCijicctfully invite tlicciticii'S'if anil vicinty to call at the old stand of J. R. Graham & Sons in Majnr Hall luiildiny, next door to the l'ost. office, and examine my larye and complete stock of line ftnnituie, which I am offering at FURNITURE XaGW I also - ' " VERY WmXJ&j'ES FOB, have on hand a lot of fii.st class CASH. celebrated Lee A: Co. lost $200 in feed. In"Rough on Rats." sured for SI, 000 on hoise.s and carriages. Clear.-orat-.- , mice, roaches, Hies, ants, Mrs. Mary Hell'iier, stable occupied by skunks, chipmunks, gophers. Messrs. Lee A: Co. Loss $.jOU, insured for 25c. Druggists 500. Me-sr- s. ut bid-bug- FAVOEITE! AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, uhicli ho ie SEWINGall its MACHINES. R. ROGERS. I AM OFFERING AT COST, selling viry low, City of Frankfoit, Major Opera House. Loss $15,000, insured for $12,500. George Buhr, hotel. Lo.vj $1-- 000, insured for $10,000. .John T. Buckley, residence. Los $.'5,00(1, (or $1,500 on house and $500 on furuituic. V. Kaltenbrun, stable and damage to ltiriiture. Loss $000, insiiied lor $.'! 500. It. Borers, slock of furniture badly damaged in leinoving. Loss $2 000. Insured for $5,000. John B. Dryden, stock of goo damaged in removing. Insured for$400. Mis. Baltzell, dainagc to lesidence $100 Iiisuiedfor $2,500. No insurance on outbuilding burned. f! Mures Dr. .1. 0. Hatchitt, badly daiuagul with no insuiauce Meirs. B. U. Gateley, Lubrot A' fJiahani, C. II. Hatchitt, Ed. Henslev and Dr V. A. Knltenbriin all had their ofiiee furniture damaged by lemoval, and MesT-- . Daidon A; Williams suffered from the rough handNone of whom except ling of their goods. Mr. Hatchitt had any iiiiiirauce, and his was onlv one bundled dollars, inr-iiie- d 1 Personal. lelative- - in this city. Mr. Peter delt anil wife for Comica un, Texas Mr. For CASH Only A FULL ST00K OF ! In UNDERTAKING branches a specialty. Onleis piomptly attended to. Dan. Hoaehe, ot Paris, is visiting May 20-in- i. lelt Wednesday post-otlic- e Mis. Harriett Page, of Covington, is lelative in thi- - citv. Miss Mamie Durrctt, of Louisville, is isitiug ic'uthes in this city. Mis .Judge Geo. It McICee, ol Covington, i lelatives in this citv. Mi Liz.ie Macklin left for .St. Loui Momiiu afternoon to visit jriciuh Mi- - Allie Todd is. her siMer, Mr.. Aiiliur Peter, jr., in Louisville. Mra Geoigc D.ir.-i-e returned from a visit to fiieuds in llupkin- - ille Thursday. afterMis. I) M. Wood-o- n lelt noon for Missouri to visit her mother. Mis Sntes Duvall left Monday morning for Louisville to visit the Dudley. Mis- - Teuii McEwun returned Tuesday ol seveial weeks to friends in from ii Fort Wayne, It.diaua. Mr. John W. .Johnson, of lliis city, attended the reunion of Morgan's men at Lexington the first of the week. ug vi-iti- Cheap TIN HOOFING 11 H H W r rm N 1 H S I aur (r any t fnh Fa H m Tin-war- e CONSTANTLY OS HAND. HMD JOB WORK II SPECIALTY. now If. A Valuable Franklin County Farm, oiler my f.irm for huIo containing 80 acres ; aurur Miltuhlu for toliacuo, Suid l.irni iu hltitutt d oiiu inih) from 1'e.uk'n Mill, mid hiilf iiillo from turnpilie. II not sold by the first of Muroh It will be rented lor thu ytur I8S,'1. There nro on the premises n ooil Divollhii; lion?!', Ituriii'H, Stnbluii, An, good Oichard, plenty of Water and well timburud. For further piirtioubirH, apply to A. Jackson, l'uuk'k .Mill, or tho underigncd tit Sholbvillo, T "For Sale, Has HAL WHITEall the novelties already received in fall Tne-dn- v 10 SUITING AND TS0WSERIHO. comes axto lEb.vs rouja cmxm1?,. latest styles. 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. t 20 casus of the very best ready made clothing jUBt opened, all the Sat-- Mi-s- es V it-- Nov.ll-lro- . W. P. ROACH. m CRUTCHERjlfaiu STARKS, A Shvet, bmnkfort and Lexington. . IiL&ihj- 'irri'iiifiiMiiriii&tf f llttlltftTI klC- - IWit.J Mx.. mtk , jiitffirf 3 , mpnwmu wm mwh a tmmiTBmSK,iaaKXKrmn7Jii gjgaoaJwrTAA'juXLaMgMaaEtjiaueMByM'rifiMJw (FJNK'CLIMJ UJUiAIXftC FRANKFORT FIIANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, NOVKMUHK 18. 1SS2. this W orld not the next Manager Dryden is preparing tor. It is that To the in-fli- A Card. Vntrr.i of the ,SWowl lf 11 Our Bargains Comprise a Line of Goods Which Sell Themselves; LARGEST CIRGULSTIOM IS CITY AflD COUNTY I hereby announce my-eas n candidate aieglad tolcaiu (hat little Willie, Judge W. L.- Pence, who has for Councilman, and solicit your support. on ol been very ill, is some better J Ml IN K. MILES. W: We -- - The city flection tnlu's place hvowwlf from today. I Hog thievttf have commenced in this county. Several fanners the finest mid fniest of their lots their work have lost A Card. Tnthcvntnurtiv ml: In se o o GO -- 5 to Tin-war- e, Q I ticond Ward City nf Frank - Thp work of (sloiii.iiijr iiwhv lie tleh'is of to the solicitations of The Union Thiiiiksjiviiur service will be liiends and a call made upon thu (ire tin.-- ' Iioen commi'iici'.l. held this year in the 1'renbyiei inn Church, me throiii.'li the l.'ofN'DAtiotir, I announce Hev. Dr Lewis, oi the Haptist Chinch, to the Six telephones weie in the Imriit district and uns.'ll as n caiididMte lor will pleach the Thank-,'ivii seiiuoii. Soliciting your oflice of Councilman. and hud to lie taken out Sututditv. t, am Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalh. Verv rejpectfullv, linve Tlie artillery comimuv wii It acts dinclly upon the blood and the LEWIS MA X(? AN. Tweiity-twname-- ' liiMt night' oranixfd mucous sin faces of the system. Price Toe had liecn enrolled . For mile by Jos I.eComple, South Side n' sup-po1 1 In-en pa his death. . The open meeting of the (iooiI Temphns Hon. Isaac N. Caldwell, of Irvine. ly Elder Thursday niulit una addie-si'- d George Durniv, Hev. Morris Hums, ami II. eoiintv, and Mis. Jennie Todd, daughter of dipt. II. I. Todd, weie maiiied Thur.-du.1. Iljde, Esq. o'clock, at the residence ol afternoon at The crossing at the intersection of Shelhy the briib'.s parents, in this citv, in the presand Cio-- s street. South Frankfort, is ludow ence ot a small company of relatives and the street and should he raised beloie had Iriends, They left on the afternoon train for Cincinnati, and leave Ii:i t city for Ii vine weather sets in. oihis muniing. where thev will leside until A stajie has been titled up in the hall county. spiing, then remove to Mndi-oroom of the Capital lintel, and that room will he d for public entertainments until Our li nidsome .Jailer Mr. Dan. Sheehau, the Opera House is ivluiilt. and Miss Mary Oamrherty. of Lexington, o were married in that city Thursday morn Hon. V. W. CnlberHoii. the newly ing, h Hev Father I5ro. ait. The .'room elected Congressman from the Ninth Disleturned to this city in the afternoon ol trict, married Miss Lucy llardie in Belle Thursday, but unfortunately his bride, who Point, some two years ago. has been quite ill for several days, was unPrivate X, in the Louisville Argus of able to accompany him. We tender our Sunday s.'1'h: "The MeCiearv Guards can congratulations to our brother typo, and do anything from extemporizing a game of trust that he mav be soon joined by the partner of his joys and sorrows nnd their keno to supporting a battery." wedded life be one of continued happiness. Mrs. Edith Harlan Child, eldest daughter Mr. Thomas Carter, ol South Frankfort, of Justice John Jt. Harlan, died in Chicago Sunday morning, at 9 o'clock, with typhoid hns a Jirsey cow a little mote than two fever. The remains were iutened at Wash- years old, which is a minnier one butter maker. On Wednesday night Mrs. Carter ington ceineterv. took leas than a ipiait of chiirnings This winter will be a splendid time for from her milk, put it in n pitcher, sat down tableaux, chinch fairs and private theatricals by thu lire, and churned it with a tablespoon as very few shows, unle-- s it be a ininctrel until the 'nutter came. The result was a troupe, or some other one horse concern pintol buttermilk and twelve onncesof land, will visit our city while we are without a solid butter. If any body has a cow that public hall. gives iicher milk than this one let him trot her out. As there has been consideiable talk E-ti- ll Mr Gcorize Httlir will lelmild liis hotel, Mrs. Maria Chinch, for a number of nnd will make it an improvement over the yeais a resident of South Frankfurt, at hist Sunold one in appeaianee. accounts was lying very ill at Kirkwood, Mis-onfioui the effects of a paralytic Mr. Mike Buckley is eivciiiiL' a neat twn-Ftoo stroke. six containing A hou-- e Foil Hunt, luiek residence on the site ol the old Holier! FiehN, a well known colored boot rooms loeatid on Clinton -- tieet, near WashI.onn house on Ann street. black, who had been employed at the bar- - ' ington Apply to Thos, Lee. FottNl) A ehep door kev of peculiar her shop ol Ileuiy Samuels for some time, j fhape, wliich the owner can have hv call-iii- ,' died Tue-da- y allernoon, ol what is known a at thih oflice, and pnx inir tor this notice. "gallopimr consumption." He was a irooil, hone-- t hoy, who was iiuiver-all- y popular 5 The Monis Staines Company, of this with both white and coioicd. He had not la- -t week to London, Ontario, citv, shipped bed, but was able to gu Tho finest line of ilnmiuls in Uu; Canada, 00,000 feet ol Xos. I and 2 poplar been confined to of eityal Hi'ifliii Brcs. about the city until within a lew bonis ri, ry on Saturday night train, a ease Select Oysters for J. M. Ihnitn will receive, . day orders. o Iran r to The cheapest place in the city to buy Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warChina, Wooden-warBaskets, Chairs Chromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Cartridges, Stationery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, also miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in front of our store e, e, TO Cent o A o rsj o W o FRUITS and VEGETABLES, OYSTERS AM) PISH. WE ALSO HAVE A HIGS STOCK OF H at the Foil oflice Buy the New York Comet Oysters, iinest in the city. to )) cent store. - lumhcr. S.m.i: A piano. . Apply at Ver-aille- s tlii- - FRENCH CANDIES. rJ2 o- y Foil S.w.i:. I pike. resilience on the Apply at this ollice. A Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. E,espectfully, r I t - n Fresh prunes, dates, lemons, raisins, oranges and 0' BRYAN & BANTA. nuts of all kinds the at 5 to 01) cent store. We Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent HANDKERCHIEFS at Grillin Bros.' in CO One. u.-e- endless vn-net- v The cheapest wall papiT in the city at the 5 to 99 cent store. nished. AND MANTLE SETTING ;Iho,,?rdrf?ra-',!,rca'-,nuvictim'!, XuVJD J)XjxJ Prol"n-O- l! Kind-- in Ilnck Masonry . And Job Work of all r uselhi. thu Brc.,t lappine and rr-"of by promptlv attended to. cither in the cSlw,r Leave orders at th "" couutv. GliKMAN store of Mr. Joan T. Iiucklev. Which positively anil permanently cures IMPO Oct. A. Ii.' NORWOOD GRATE , - '" - pmPTl--- - hNVlGOHA'OK. m Two rooms for rent, furnished or unfurApply to Mrs. M. II. McKee. Nice li:i of hosiery at Griffin Bros. . ol any Kind , SEMI ilisea-e- s tli.it follow a a- - los of euerS, U.,s of equency of 111 memory, universal lassituuc, p.un in iiiu ack, dim- ti i... nl virion, premature old age, and many nt hil 'diseases thatfead tn consumption and a premature ?'V Send for circulars with testimonials jjrumblo nliout hnnl times or high prices grave. llen't free by mail. Ihe INVIGORATOR is. old at Si to for groceries when von can , ,)(;r jIOX) or M )0NCS jt jy ai druggists, or Will be sent free by mail, securely scaled, on receipt of addressing F. J. ClIKN'IlY. m Adams St., X S liflA.1 md, Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. a i strs n DM"(SHlhO m mi rtniSl"nlfn (jnUOLntd. TENCY caused by cee-se- NAL WEAKNESS, and all TAJ2 J JAUJ g4 f.oTi7iM Uj M .a -- pn. '' fr Fresli fruits and vegetables of all kinds cheap at the 5 to V9 cent store. Cash mi' res SOUTH FRANKFORT, JOSEPH And buy .3 packages best Arbucklc Coffee for 50 cents. lbs. Green Coffee for 2Jc. " J3rwii Snur " $1.00 " Leaf Lard " 1.00 milE at rock hottom prices istotick;. tH- SOUTH SID Hi. LeCOMPTE, Druggist, f at Grillin Bros. Flannels extra cheap at Griffin Bros. 1 Ir 9 about the county buying a lot. near the river and building a new jail upon it, the lot upon which the stable stood that was burned Saturday is just the place to sail. If the county has any idea ol doing such a thing now is their chance. fir.- -t We understand of next Tennes-c- e Telephone Commonth the East pany will begin the erection ol a telephone line between this city and Louisville. At this rate it will not be Ions: hi fore all ihe towns anil cities in thiH section of the Slate will be connected bv telephone and the telegraph will be intirely super-eiled. Mr. Sidney French's two little daughter's, e and Jennie, were playing together who had a Monday, evening, whin Flo-si- e, Flo-si- Fresh lake salmon and bulk oysters at the 5 to 99 cent store. USUAL THUHSDAY AFTEUNOOX X exercises at the Kentucky Iiiriitutinn for 11 tlie Ivluc.ition a'ul Truining of Feeble Minded Children ill liercntter taku place ey ry Friday G ufiernoon Irom '2 to 4 o'clock P. 31. The Institution is open for iitors ut nny time when most And nil other kinds of Groceries in proportion, convenient for them to attend, also N tiutis iiud Fuiniihing (inoil. JOHN (J. A. STKWAHT, Saperintedent. JAS. Oct. SISSISNIT Oct. tf. Hcnulon BitiUius, South Frankfort. r that the I her poker punchcil it in her sister's left eye, injuring ihe ball in a veiv serious a d painful manner. The liille one suffered intense pain mm the wound all Monday night, and it was feared that she would lose the sight of the eye, but we are L'lad to know that Dr. P.rown the attendim: physician, thinks she will not be so unfortunate but will eventually lecover the use of it in I heated hand, Cashmeres at rock bottom prices acciiieutly atGriiiin Kros. Nice Hue of hosiery mmm mm Bnlm Pantsita m w Uiiuaa Uab VaUf vm MEMO VAX ! PHILIP REPAIRER t Grillin Bros. ami cheapest lino of Jeans in the city is atGriiiin Bros.' o Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' Lnrscpst SELBERT, AND ENGRAVER. A fiiriii of gnml bottom land, containing 02 Here", well improyed, with good orchard nnd out hoiiiC", toe ited wilhiu ii half mile of thn Ourrn ton (like, on M.iin Clkhoru, nnd uithin thesnmo distinu'e of two chiircbes, mill nnd school house, is oll'cred for snlu at u bnrgiin. JEWELER, llus removed hi establishment to the opposite side of on adjoining farm. l'or information apply to H. 0. 0HUR0H. An. 2j)-:i- W. S. "DEHONEY. I Flannels extra cheap at Grillin Bros. veiy cheap at (irillin DEALER IX SAl'LE AND FANCY How it Was Done. Saint Clair Street. L'"ranlttbrt, ICy., Where ho keeps eojist.mtly on ban complete stock of I :x Suit has hi'jn filed in the Franklin Quai-terl- y Miss Mcdortt Wilson died suddenly at the Court in the follovvinj; account which residence of her mother, in this city, Wednes: day night. She had been coinplnii.iug for e.plains iisell "I,n.KoKT, Kv., Fehruay, 18S2 several days, but it was not thought neces- "Theodore 1)i:'s, sary to call in a physician until noon ."To . A. W. Huberts, Dr. Weducsdav. She was a consistent member "To assisting in ijillitin juiy in ca-- e ol Coininonvveallh uyaiiist l)avin loi of the Christian Church, and had many $(!fl 00 Iriends in this city and county, who were L'v UilliiiK Montague .' 10 0.) hv cash great I v shocked to learn that she was so suddenly snatched from cuith. The funeral $")0 01) To halanceilue took place from the Cliris'tiau Church Tliurs A CARD. day afternoon. It is thought her death was caused hv heart clot. luHlor liftiiiuhifxiut : Allow inc. tin it jj Ii tie tneiliuin of your Mr. Cliu,s. Featherston wishes us to say paper, to retain my sincere thanks to the that he was not correctly reported in the lire department uml the inauy IrieniN who Council proceedings published in our last laliorcil so jealously to mih- my iroperty issiid. Hi'huvh he did not suggest the turn- trout ihe flames ua Saturdnv afternoon, .!NO. T." IIUCKLHY. ing ol the coal oil lamps on Holmes street over to the Gas Company but only wanted A Card. to know why they were not lighted half the the Si'cond Ward C'lti nf time. He I'uither slates that lie is willing '!' tin' vni rx rraiih'ni'i: to keep the lour lamps on Holmes stieet In to a call made upon nielo he and the four on the Arsenal Hill lighted and ('nine a candidate (or Councilman, I herehy hiipp'icd with oil fornix dollars ami a half announce myself ami respectfully solicit per week, which isjiud half the amount he vonr support, Hespectl'iillv. understands it now imwIs the city, ii. c. se JEAN8AND HEAVY COTTON Urn-.' full nnd DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SRO&KERY GLKSBE. cent store. WATCHES. Leave your orders for wall papering at the 5 to 99 GOLD ami SILVKRWAE, which CLOCKS, I cordially invite you to call nnd examine my N,uw and Fresh Stock of floods. FRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, he is 'elllne; nt the lowest cash prices, Sep:? If. 'tin- Sosis5T '" a" sI.v'es cheap at Grillin liros.' m a,l(' ex,ni sept. Desiiahle residence on Holmes Foil Sam:. street. For information apply to Mrs. C. A. Prentiss, on the premi-e- s. "H. B3JKCKHAR0II VS COMMIINCKD T, Attorney-at-Law- , AND o WM. CROMWELL, Ills The liitest line of flannels in the city at Griffin Bros. al tho courts PAT.T. OP!3mWG.; practice Ssta-fc- of Agent, tho and kinds 0f In adjoining counties, and will also ive special rnrnil Bin O I tMfl I Q, atteulloii to the parchnsu and tho real estate., rhLOfl ttHU QHLI itflCM T0 collection of lents, claims, and tl..,,c.tnegotiation fltl...! iVn.t Will in nil A 1 T" sii In ot Announcement. Wu aru Ileef, Mutton, JS. Mmki't ; also nutliiiriuil to annouiiuo N VT. P. l'Olt-- 'l AND SMOKED SAUSAGE, i:K . uf iriimlfiml county, former traveling FRESH vani.i I'rintin Com-iiiuWiener Warst iijjent for the old Tr.itisyl and II iih .nisii-- e, lllood I'uddinj; uml thu Yeomiiii Ollice, as a eiimUil.ito for and Head Cliuvre ; also, and Liver Wur-- t, to the action Uoter of iho l.aml Ollicu, of tlio Dctnoi'iatie (iiirty. tv I'ork. Veal, Yonison, llutlalo, and all kinds of Game in tho ... I......O F. immt. t ... Jtlll0 ...;,.! v. Smith, M. 1). 1 li. A. D. , M. D. Qf$m 3 ITi 1 ll & B TOW SI 'silPirDAflO Fresh Lard mul Bacon, C.UI tCI. NOTICE. All porsoiM knowltijjthi'insclvea to bo ImU'litcd to tint I'itutu of the Into Arch. Monro aro hereby notiliuil to epaie forwnni inul settle at onoc, or tlii'lr note will bo placed j the hands of au oluccr for eiilluction. oct.W-lJ. 1. MOOKK, Adin'i: All orders promptly attended to. telephone jfkankfo n t , Oflice Pli vdl'oioilC! I liySUJUllS S. $ OlirgCOIlS, station numbtii Church, and residence noxt door to tho Baptist CL.ir stroct. ky. CASH ON DELIVERY. H. BUROKHASDT. n. I ciirivdi. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Henewer" teuton's health and vigor, cures lhspcpsiu, Impotence, Sexul debility. $1. Komiiiy and Cranberries at the 5 to .)) cent stand today. Im. Job Work Neatly cuted at this Oiilce. Exe- House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. ty3??Viui inul Dccorutivu l'npcr llmiginj a spciMiility. attended to. Orders left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly April t i6-l- EGBERT & SON, ,J- - 4 jwwiMit.JUBWiuimj.aAiMtij'jHiaft;3. FBANKPORT ll'f'ntarrli am1, ROUNDABOUT. di-tro- yi-d Bridgeport. Ipp and snow ihi week. SaOTD WABD. Allen, Robeit Biislan, eny lhadlev.'W F l.ec, Rnsscol Lawlei, R W i, Sig Lusclict, Aug Lti-clu- M E3 riMSuin .... . Cxi in D Wi 4 your ene of lu'iuiiij:, Hull'- - Cntitrrli Cun- will onii1 von. 75 rout' per liitttlo. Dini!!l ell it.' liti smell - Bald Knob. Some few nf our Isirmm tlieir toliarpo tlii week. Mi LiiVH' Alk-ii, Hiriicl a link-o- f o 1i.t lipi'ii for "pvcrnl ilny, ii Mr John Win roii i 'till -- owin vvheiu, in ii diiv or o. hut will uiml Dr. D P. Ki'iitlin miv then' i no pre -- ciiptimi -- o ioi.I iih IhpImiv (pii lor iiiuuly -- oliool oliililiPii. It Stnrrv ilii- - to many lip -- IioiiIiI poiiip to thin ni'i.'liliorliooil ami learn '.lip three wiivs of iii;iUi itvr a li itijs ill o hti quit working on Mr. Frank lUnliH-rtlip farm, uliieli p'i'il liim lllty cent per .lay, ami i now piilmiupiI iiicii the turnpike, vvlieio lip earn- - lui lorty ppiiI- -. Mr. D. P Rent lex 'ivpi t lie follow imr Add nil mle for proxing pmiinl puum-ni--- : the )t;ivmMii- - made ami u'itrnet the amount olttaiupil horn the jiri mi p . tlipn add all the inteip-- t to the precinct ami you have the eoi reel niiMxcr. X Y. ',. - vpiy ill Bulir, (Scoigc w eek Bui ncy, John, col Col. F. M. Blown, Win The Biidgepoit rnrin-MtSpollpld on hoispbapk. Iliowu, Chas Black, J W Old uiicIp Winston Vaughan has been Bacon, "WT qtiite ill for several week". Bueklcv, J ilin T visit Buins, "Tfms Mrs. Miriam Gaines is in Loui-vill- p lloliannan. Dick ing her sou, Prol .1. T. Gaines. Lea, col The hog imnkel has opened, fil cents Callahan, Dan (depot) per pound is the ruling price for extra Ciowlev, Mike 1 M Rpgul.ir services at South Bpii-o- ii Church Chinch', Compton, LT Ivpv F. Middle at II o'clock, Collin-:- , C V. ton, Pa-to- r. Collin-- , Mike Spvptal ladie- - ami "etit'eniH-- i nl thisvicin Convvav. L L ity attended the -- ale ol Mi. H. 1! Pauent Cnurch, Robt. C 1 Hon killing next in oider. wpek Kuthip Huberts i quilp sick Btjnnr. P Forp-- t Miles madp a trip to Flkhorn this llticklev, Michael msKXX3att?MFsrsiimx3iami Lumpkin, Heiiiy col Lillis, Ed Lynch. Dentojr Miles, John V. Meek, John B Met ivv i. .) -- (; ti J1 11 "" Meagher, l).in -- r ether, lUvid sr D.'.a, M J r.rrop by physiciakb. oxrxtxia Cl.iaat Cuvlty-Chronlo hi and a SEW PLANINti MILL. J. M. Phsl-Clns- s WAKEFIELD nildeil to Ills lliiviureiintl.v l'liiuhig to furnish 31111, all hinds of In now prepared Mt.ighur, Meagher, jr , :arr? of tho Uiotir.ntw; Oatarrn mtt-OTLY Shelby county last Colic Ciockrtt left lor Miufieesboio. Tenn . last Moud.iv, where he will spend several uek- visiting lelalives. iu Tue-ilay. Chmch, G T Chinch, Richard Chambeilaiii. E II Dehoncy. Dudlcv, A W W S Aunt Sallii' Hidiert. who has been visit ing her daughter, Mm Jvizzip Vannntta, .Shelby county, h. is reiuined Inune. five or thiitv of our citizens, About t i J ihe Bridge-poi- t both male and female ehool la- -t Friday, Xovember 10, and Peaks Mill. to be verv much pleased with the progrp-- s the children nrp making. Ben. (Irali.'im, !).. lelt last week to tn Holl ol honor of Biidgepoit phool for hitortiitip in the Far We-- t wpek ending Xov 17th, ISS2: Kuiinti Rtis--Mr. ami Mr- - Htmev Outer, of Xoith II. Lena ltobeits, Erntst Wil-o- n Allie Folk, spent Miiitlay at Mr. G regorv V. Wil-oCiockett l'artent. Dai.-e-v Patrent, Mr-LaFnjPtte StiiM'i petit neveral ln Willie Partem, Matlie Lou Crockett, John last wpek -i (inn her at Mniliiiiile. Brown, Lucy Brown, Fred Itump, Sallie i, Tillie Branch, Kthel Ciu'chet, Gpo G Giuliani, h ho lias hecn living in IJuth . Annie in at home on Paul Ctntchrr, Willie New Miwieo fur the lat M erven Pauent a two mouth- -' of the lirideV Mai:i:ii:d At the father, Mr Sam. Fof-eeXowmlnr U, Mr Henry Ppiiii and Miss Linini For-c- e OF Iioiiip it Willie Penn madp a living v i -- 1 -- Darnell, Jas S Dryden, John B Fitzpatrick, Jas I'laiity, Jas Feathciston, Chas Feehan, D.in Gober, Heiiiy Gieen, Giant Gobi, Jas Giaham, J II Gibbons, las Mangan. Lewis jr Meiiwetliei, A P Mouls, A G Maim, S I M McDonald, Pat McDonald. John McFwan, Ale McAulitic, Con jr McCartv, D J Xiehols', M Newman, Pat Not wood, Chas Noonan, olm Oveiton.A W I'ruett. John W Power. L'd Paul, W F M.ingin, Lewis m m ixtsfm this m warn MAKKKTa rSIN THE of tho Enr, Eyo or Vitroat. ttistaUen INTERNALLY, and upon tho Blood and nets Ourfjccs cf tho Syetam. It la tho beet Blood Purifier in tho WO'LD, and lo worth ALL that lo ch-rgfor It, for THAT alor.o. od ii h ii, hwi llif A h 1.10 Scroll Work. Stair Work (loltfii out Mn LI iii I Turning tho Hot Style. tf. -- - ? n. (lately. BB Gobor, Dr Dan'l Griffin, John D ! Wii-oi- Gaines, Quincy Goin, Sanfiail, sr Gaines, Wm, col Russell, Bud col Shea, Sam J Sindeis, Capt Sam Siflell, Win M Saflell, James Sower, Peter South, Sam Sullivan, Michael Parker, Richard l'avne, George L Phillips, R II Riinyan, Reuben Reading, WT Runyan, W T Rodgct-- , Jas And wo offer One Kundrod Dollars for any . Caco.of Catarrh It will not Ouro. WILI. CUKE AN CASH. Oilleo of A. T. Rtbwaiit it Co. I Cntcino, III , .luni 4, Ibfci). f McRtrs. F. J. ChcnrinP Co., Toledo, O. n.- -l t.iko pleasure in informtn:; you Uentlemi that I liavo lit; ! II.ill m Catarrh Cuie. It lias cured nv Iw.wv lylml atnl c'on't liesltote to P'iy tliiititwlllciu-- ' iifvearoof Catarrh If taken i. rti'il.v, properly. J. a. 7EATnrRFORD. VTOFTH r.JO A 1IOTTl.fi. Nave lm1 T3. Mrnnw. Juel.s- n, Jlleh , writes Paiarrli lor 20 veins. Hall'- Catnrrh Cure cured worth $10 00 a bottle. it lin. Consider nil DniRRlPtHnt :s bottto. Mnmif"etiin-- nn.l koM bv F J. CHENEY & CO. Solo 1'roprietow, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur S.ile hv JOS. Lr.C0M I'TB. DHU00IST, Oct 18-lSouth Frankfort. y PUANKFOKT MACHINE WORKS, JOXKS I5IJ0S., Propi-ii-toi-H- . Ma. .itacturcrsof nil Mmls of New Work toi Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS GAUGES, Or ALL KINCS, &C. trSyViMiiriH'trf tor Now W01I; in nr.y of the Stiitc. Nortli Side, nl One door west of cornet Ann ami Rroadw.ny streets, April it-t- f Ky. . Ru-se- ll, Dow-den- x t. cp . LIST vi-- tin- - xveik. a- Haute, Indiana, where lip U at pie.-eni::ht elerk in n tiviht otlire. "Moo-ier- '' Menu to nuree with him, lor lu pinee lie left has rowti much hand-omKentupky. Alexander, John S Dii:n At 0 o'clock, a. in.. Thindav, Aleandei, Graud November .', of liroiiphitis, Mis Alfred Alstrom, A G Alhiilton. Alfred Mi.. Eardey has Iippu a rpfiident of thin Barrett, U C neijihliorhooil hut little over a year; hut Banett, Guy during that time has endeared heiself to Bcny, Geo F many hv her kind and gentle disposition. Beuy, Hiiam She has been a consistent mother of the Butcher, Moses, col Chri-tia- n Church for a mini tier of xenr--- , and Boyd, Martin her entire resignation to death hut exempli-lie- d Myers, John W the Clnistian faith and nope that Bohanuan, John W chaiaeterized her life. Her remaiii.s were Banta, H S taken to Miuoravillp, Scott county, and there llama, II G interred in the family burying jiiomid. Z. Banta, Llewellyn nt er lie leaves to-il- av for Telle Registered Voters Long, Jack Mosbv. Spencer, col Matlern, II G Mei Mei Mei Henslcy, Ed I organ, Pat llerancourt, Oscar Heraneouit, Peter Hendei-on- , John Hatchitt, J G Hairis, Sol Hume, E li Hilliaid, Jis, col Hutchison, John Hat lis, Tho J Haivey, Dick, col Hutchison, Thos J South, LC Sliced, John L Sliced, WC Sneed, W II Sullivan, J F Snvv ior, j)r X J Tiiaip, J B South. W ItT Silender, Geoigc Silar, John, sr Stone, W S Muzzle landing Guns fi om iSi.'I.OO up ; Breech Loading Guns from So. 00 ; Rcvol-vpr- s fiom noc.up; Enclose stumpfor-i- page Illustrated ('iitnlngue. PITTSllUIKiir FlttE AKMS CO., lMttsbnrRli, Pa. GUNS lisapi u rem m 111 ml YORK. n 11 KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST RlllHi, FMOELPMU MVP. KUSMSfl HEW ARTISTS' MATERIALS! Till. OMY PULLWAH tiEV 8LE'PIH6 CARS W2KTDS0S $ HEWTOH A SOLID TRAIN Eu-le- v. chant, Llisha chant, C W chant, Hunt Banta, E L Bravvner, A G Stoney Creek. Bull, S C Bacon, Harry The RouNDAUorT is the be.t paper of its Uoda, I V size n uie Choate, Fd Mr. Anderson Warford and family i aw Cain, Andrew gone to Madi-o- n countj to visit friends Hud Carter, Thos relatives. Ciittendeu, F R There will be public bpeaking nt the Cassell, J II 8cliooMiou-on Stonev (.'reek Saturday Crittenden, John A Coleman, Carter night. Eveivbodv invited. e Miles, J X Meek, B F Marshall, L B Murphy, Martin, sr Murphy, Mai tin, jr Murphy, James Masic, Robert, col Marshall, John X Marshall. Ed, jr Meek, Cloudas Meek, Pitman Momoe, I P Jones, M A Johnson, Ale Johnson, Sun D Jackson, Moses lCaltenbiun, Vincent Kaltenbiun, Dr, V A Kendall, A J Kendall, Claicncc Kcenon, Bad Kirtley, J F Kahr, Adam jr LcCompte, Jos Lynch, Dan sr This is Vallandinglinm, A W Yallandingh.un, Geo R Waggcm r, J L WhileMdes, F Woods, Geo M Williams, M II P, sr Williams, M II p, jr Williams, Wiley Williams, Isaac, sr Williams, John B Williams, If.-- G Williams, J is. Harlan Wash, William, col a Tiapman, John OILS WATER COLORS LVTIGJK LINK OK1 LO"JISVILLE, Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. Weitel, Jciomc GOODS VOll DECORATING PANELS. WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEFOT WITH FAST TEAIKS TOK PISTES, IIIIOIIS, BOTTLES. U. correct. MeEvan,"Wtn AlcKcry, K W Xoriell, Jas, col Xcwman, Dan Payne, John W Penick, E A Payne, Chas G F. V GRAY, City Clerk. P. F. Smith is entitled to registration, as his tax was paid in due time, being deducted from his salaiy. J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector. TX-im- D JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH - IT 353 W AND O XL K. v . TIIK DIRKCT ROUTE TO SIDE DRUG STORE- Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ALL WAED. Lewis, Churchill, col Milam, B C MaLkliu, Geo B Meagher, E L Macklin, T. B. Murphy, Dennis Mai tin, Sandy, col. Milam, John W. McCIure, A. II. McClure, R. K. Mc.Manauia, E. B. Noel, Frank Xichol, Wat. Noonan, Chas. Owen, Boh col. Pepper, R. P. Phillips, F. A. Price, Dr I L Qui", J J ' Rupc, John W Rice, Amleison, col Rodman, Dr W B Rcock, Geo W Reed, llcmy, col Samuel, F L CapifaF S Gallery No. 43'J Mnin Ptrcet, over Crutchtr & VIRCIKIA & PJORTH CAROLINA TOIBTS Fur ticket nnii further infurmution npply to your iienrisr tiuke'-olliuor uihlies.s W. W. Mo rue, Iihisinii l"Veijlit ml l'lisseiier Agent, e, 11 11 and wife viwited .friends and relative- - neat .Jnekfonville, Shelby countv, Satuida.. and Sninlav. Messrs. Milton Smith and Berry Wild 6r.. left for Owpii (ounty Friday to sp-several daxhvvitli Irieinlsaud illative there. Mr. Jesse Aulnett and wife, of Henrv county, and Mr. Benjamin Webber, ol Owen, were the gue-t- s of W L Webber ami family Saturday and .Sunday. Prof C. L. Wiley is teaching a ringing school at Antioch which meets on Saturday evening and Sunday ol each week. Prof. Wiley is an excellent music tend er. Mr. W. L.t Webber has about fourteen thousand sticks of tobacco, and expect, on ' an average, it - the be- in the county. It was nil town on new land, and it has cuieduverv blight color. Mr. Webber is a tobacco grower, and knows how to handle 1 Mr. "Henry Brawner Caplinger, Albert Chiles, Willis, col Chiles, R T Dunigan II C Dodson, Henry, col Dudley, W T Dean, John T Diane, Ed M Duvall, Dr. Alvm Diane, Geo C Dean, Job Doisey, Henry, col Evans, Zach Franklin, Walter Bianklin, Masic Fljnn, Xick i.- -t it. lo nee in your last issue tliat Stariy, of Walnut Grove, hud come to the trout with bis little hatch of news. He seems to be iiiite a newsy fellow. I would advise you, Mr. Stariy, to be careful when you have anything to say about Tenor or you might be sold out at cost. Messis. J. .). Smith and Henry Mooie, who have elected a grist mill in this vicinity, arc diing a -- plemiiil business. They make I was 6urpii-e- d Graves, W D Gault, John W Grcsham, C R Oaylc, R II Gloic, J A Glore, Adam Glorc, Lewis Felbncr, F. A French, Win, sr Fletcher, Thos, col Franklin, Robt French, Win, jr Freetnont, John C Procter, John R Parkei, W O Pendleton, J T Pendleton, John Phelps, Ambrose, col Rodman, Hugh Rodman, Thos, jr Richardson, X F Richardson, OT Rodman, Jos L Rodman, Thos, sr Rodman, John Rodman, G R Rodman, John W Rodman, Thos, jr Rodman, Willoughby Rodman, Fiank Rodman, Jas, jr Rodman, ,V L Robinson, J D Rucker, Leonidas Smith, Manuel, col Smith, Tab, col Stevenson, Thos J Stephens, J M Scott, Win Averill, W. II. Aldiidge. R. M. Berbench, V. Banta, John M. Bell, lohn B. Bridgefoid, Chas. Hush, V. P. D. Bush, Finlay F. Branam, Scott. Blanton, Fied. China, W. J. Church, Licwellcn. Conglcton, T. J. Lonuk'ton, Wm. Crutcher, Dallas. Crockett, as. G. Case, . M. Clay, John, col. Ciapuer, John, col. Combs, Henry Davis, Ch.ts. Diiscoll, Han. Dudley, Jas, G., sr. Kv. C. W. SMITH. LuNingtmi "WIIITi: HALL" Clorhin- - Starks' General Manager, RlHI.MO.M), II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Ajjt., VlllC.IVIA. Ilout-o- , Meagher, John E i. InT Wh.v - 221 JT O tt Tf ol KITT. Fniuklnrt DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE SPKCIAL INUUCKMKNTjs ARK OFFEUKD iu the vvuy of line piuturis of nil st,v lee unci will tli fond to tin- "ity Cor uork when they cnti lit nr Out .1'5-t- f. c'liiniioiliitril t liniiit? Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (Lou , MMl LETT!I6S. Notice to Contractors! Post Office Department, Washington, D. C, October 16, 18S2. j Proposals will be received at the C'in. 'J'lii' (i Lcxinutou nt Through Trunk Line to Divif-ion- ) A-- Rodman, Jas Green, Warien, col Scott, Jas Andrew Stephens, Robt .Stephens, A h. Stephens, Mat Smith, Samuel R Saflell, W S, jr Dudley, Jas. G., jr. Duvall, Dr. B. F. Dudley, W. C. Fold, Thos. B. Ferguson, Richard Fahy, Ed. Ferguson, Isiah, col, Flynn, Win. Giay, F. V. CIXVINXA TJ ami the EAST, LOUISVILLE and the KOUTII. IT IS Saleudci, Andrew Sullivan, Timothy, sr Smith, Peter Strange, II K Southgate, E L Sower, Jas. Shacklclotd, Jas Shi oft", Joseph Swigert, Jo, Swigcrt, Jacob Shcchau, Dan Tobin, Lawrence Todd, J M Tate, asW Thomas, Landon Todd, Robert Tobin, John L Taylor, Jas Todd, II I Todd, Geo D Todd, II J, jr 'Pencil, Joe, col Waggener, W II Weitzel, Lewis, sr 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Litik- Hoclc, - Mot Springs ntul Texas. Hudson, W P, jr Stephens, S G Heindon, W C Stephens, John ' StrolnicUjc, Wm Hughes, FC Thomass'on, ZT Harvie, L E Hughes, W J Tobin, Richard splendid mcaFaiid their customers say that Hughes, E J Tanner, Thos, sr Taylor, E II jr it is the boss mill lorn flood article of that Huffman, Geo J Swigcrt kind. They grind on Friday in each week. Hall, W II Utterback, Ben, sr If anyone should chance to read this, who Hyde, 11 J Utterback, Ben, jr lias not tried them yet, and give them a trial, lleeney, Jas Williams, J Russ he will be ceitaiu to get a good article, for Harvie, John S Williams, 11 R Holder, TJ, jr they aie nice, clever gentlemen. Watkins, H L Jett, M E Died. 'On the Jjth inst , in the dispeusa- - Jett, W L Williams, Anthony . i :. t irt.i While, Alon?o pieaseu ourvviea-to- r Jett, Peter lion oi ills piuviuence, u ..I Williams, Dr U V to remove fiom our midst our much Johnson, J W esteemed and beloved sister, Celia Smith, Johnson, John Will Wayts, June Williams, Price who lived for four score years and ten, and Johnson, L F Wayts, Merritt was the mother often children, all of whom Johnson, Ben, col Went, E C lived to be grown, and eight still survive Jennings, Pres her, together with about ninety grandchild- Johnston, I Stoddard Williams, Minus Williams, W II Sister Smith Jouett, F E ren and Weitzel, B J was a consistent member of the Church for Richer, John Wheat, Geo II seventy years, was a good mother and Lind,ay, D W Williams, Isaac, jr Lewis, Geo A Ohiistiaii lady, and while we humbly bow Tom Wilson, R B to the decree of Him who giveth and Ilim Larkin, Jas The above is coirect. feel most enpjldy that who taketh away, we F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. we have lost a tine friend and a devoted mother. We tender to the family of the Sidney French and Chas, Owens are entideceased, who have lost a kind mother and tled lo registration, as tlieir taxes were pa d a sincere friend, our heartfelt sympathy iu in due time, but were overlooked in the this their greatest bereavement. rush, Tenoii, J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector. T.-ylo. - llelfuer, Thos., jr, Haly, D. L. Hatchitt, C. II. Herriuaun, Lee Halleck, Jerry Hughes, V Haly, Fd J, jr Higdon, R II Haly, John Haly, EL sr Haly, John B Humphries, Thos F Jefleis, B B Jeflers, A G Julian, Ira Kcenon, Uherto. Kiikpatrick) David Lindsay, Judge Wm Labrot, L Lindscy, J B The above is correct. Gaines, J no. W. Gaines, W. T. Green, Dr. Willis Graham, Jas. E. Helmer, John B. Heflner, Jas. W, Contract Office of this Department PULLMAN PALACE CABS until 3 p. in. of January 6th, 1SS3, Hun Through From for carrying the mails of the United Louiavillo to Memphis, Little Rock, Nashville, States upon the routes, and accordDecatur, ing to the schedule of arrival and departure specified by the Department, in Montgomeiy, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and Now Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. the State of Kentucky with schedules of Trnlnn nf thU Cuinpnnr from Frnnlcfort maku ciinncothiiia nt Luuinvlllo with trnin on .Miiin Line tor Mciniililu, Littlu Hnek, Nnch-villMohilo ntul New Orleans. AIhd with trains lor nil puintH iu thu NurtU 11 nd West. o, from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 18S4. Lists of routes, Waters, John Wuitz, Fiank Watson, lohn Ward, Bevet ly Watson, II II Williams, Acky arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant to Arkansas 11 ml TeMin shottlil wrlta or fee an agent of this Coiupnny befuro puroliniing their tlaketd. White, DicU Williams, Joe, col F. V. GRAY, City Cleik. To,. B. Lewis. D. I. Halv and T. L Todd are entitled to registration, as their taxes were paid in due time, but were overlooked in the C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky, Postmaster General. COAL! . and for aule COAL! v rush. T. Oct. 28-G- t. O. HOWE, Postmaster General, J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND nt Lowest Prices by G. B. MACKLIN.