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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 fra1882112501 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. fMMiMBWHbMHbMtMHBMWMiMlltWtttttttttttMMHBf li&tv-iiiiit-iV- j The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! P.oru. FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 25 Elmville. To Mr. .lolin poii 1882 Number 10. Holiday presents atSelbert's. A double Foil Sam:. Will he sold at a bargain. onr-loc- k the'Jth lust., a Parker and wife, on Luke P. Itliicktiitrn. Goes the j?reat gun of the fall Benson of 1882, and already is heard th" war whoop of the enemy, as I skiff. Apply to C A. NEW DEPARTURE ! Mi -- 8 Annie Wilev, nfOwi-n- , Hjietil several iliijrt ln.l week willi Mi-- s Willie Kiddie. vocal music, at Valley Clnticli, on the wnleiH of Noilh Morpidntc, I'len-iii- il Nelson. DAVIS returns from the Bast with a stock bought for and at prices that will astonish you. I Pi of. A. .). Biid!ci Mr. A. I lord eldiiiL' to H teaohiii; u chins in Resolutions of Respect. 0. 20!), I. 0. T., is called upon to inouru the s of n much loved member, Sister Mtdoru WiNon, who died suddenly on the Kith of November. 1882; therefore, be it Jli'snlirtt, That this I.odsie feels mot deeply the los of Sister Wilson, who and zealous in the discharge of all her duties. Our hearts nrc sad at the thought that we shall see her cheerful face no more forever. She was taken in the very noonday of her use fulness, and nlmot without warning, but she was prepared for the great change, and no doubt heard the Master saying, "Well done good and faithful servant, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." "Thou hast been faithful over few things, I will make thee ruler over many lo-- Whkrkas. Capital Lodge. No SPOT CASH to oflVrs mi f iliiilum Impossibilities Sinclair had a very fine sorrel slip ami hill, while riintiiuj! one day last week, anil lireak one ol its lore les. lie linil refused $I.'L" lor it a lew GRAY k RODMAN, But Meati3 What he Advertises. invites your inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, His immense STOCK is all ready lat Sunday organized u Bible Cln-elccti'd leaeh'er for the purchaser, and respectfully la". D. True win Mi.-n dins helorc. The tueinhendiip of Mt. Vernon Ohnrcli s. Wholesale and retail dealers in Mr. of the I. DAVIS. St. Clair Street, Murray Building, Sept. FRANKFORT. KY. Watchss, Fine Clocks, Engraving, &e. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, WATCH MAHEK, fucci'vor to B. F Meek, Mnin Street, Frankfort, Ivy., continue thu watch ruuiirln buitif.f nt tin-- "old siiitnl. lt promptness nml c.iroftil work hi liiipee to merit the piitrnnnge of those who desire to hnc thlr w.ituhcs repaired withs out il limine Miijt ilumi them. Surveyors' repaired nml other instruments requiring delicate mill accurate mljintincnt. coin-pae- in Frnnkfort I tako In retiring from lmine pleasure in expressing my entire confidence in .Mr. S. Ayrcs, iind from my long acquaintance (villi him us a woikimin, do not hesitate to commend him us eviry way capalile of meeting the cxpci'tntion of my former patrons. U. ?. MEEK. Sept. :i-tf FOR A SHORT TIME WK WILL fc?EIjLi THE FOLLOWING GOODS AT THIS PRICES MENTIONED, If the order is mil liy mail with post office order, rcgitttued letter, or poMugn stumps: Silver Thimbles, open or closed ends, 24 cts. Solid Silver (Sterling tintiratitccd) Tost Spoons, $3 85 itr sikt. Solid Silvei Table Spoons, $10 65. R0DGER8' BUTTER KNIFE, 25 OTS. I5inljtrn Tea fci)oons.!Sl.f iir net. Per Sol. AT Rollers' Tabic Spoons; $2.o0. Rodsers' Forks, $2.50 Per Set. Honors' Itiiivtis, STEM WINDING WITH NIGKLE ALARM. 1.G( CLOCK II, 51,53, Solid (Inld King, either with a vet or plain uld, for the little folks, 75 cents. WATCHES, DIAMONDS. AND SILVEPw PLATED WARE ! Send for our Prices before you buy. LARGE ASSORTMENT OP untie portion, and Nannie Jackson of the female. This will he our last letter from this place entitled Elmtille. While we ive up the naiiie with regret, we trv and accept the new ore Wijruinton jirarcfully uh it is iriven in honor of our Milton N'teiriutoti. Mr. S. 0. Wiguintnti. fonnerlv of the this place, who linn of Wiiiintoti Uiotln-r-linn lieen residing in Mniiteiev lor several mouths, ,lias jionc Wel and located at We ih him success Nevada. wheiever he niny ea- -t his Int. MesHis .1. N. and A .1 Bridges hnve pnichti-e- d ol Mr. U'vntt Parker his heuuti-til- l homestead, of III acres, one mile suorth of this place, at $21) per acre, .'.I00 cash and the balance in one and two year.-- . Possession "hen (he first of March. The Mt Vernon Baptist Church, at their last meeting, unanimously called ltuv. John T Burton to preach lor them the next year. He has In en the castor of the church for the last three years, and has added greatly to the cause of Christ, and is univeisally popular. At the residence of the bride's Married uncle, Mr. Hichard Fitzgerald, in Owen November Kith, h county, on Thur.-dallev. .Fames Clark, Mr. .I.N Bridges nml Miss Geoigia Ziseying. Attendants Mi?s Muirgie Jones uud Mr. A.J. Biides. The groom in one of our most popular young gentlemen, and is well worthy of the prize he has won. The bride is one of Swee. Owen's brighest jewels, and we are glad to know that our younu friend was the favored one ol many suiters to her hand. The wedding was the mo- -t brilliant that has taken place in this section lor many years, and the company pieseiil was very large and compo-e- d of the best peopleol the cone muiiiiy. An elegant repast alter thecetemony, to which all did ample justice. On the afternoon ol the 17th. a reception was given the happy couple at the residence ol the groom's lather, which was an elegant allair and largely attended. Altera splendid dinner the time was spent with music and pleasant eomeisutiou until a late hour. I was somewhat surprised that E. LI. W. should lake up the cudgels in defense of tin- Poe school, as he is the last man who should have taken offense at what 1 said. said nothing as to any man's ability, hut .simply sa;d the school had been a failure for eight years, and that the children had not idvanei'd any in knowledge in that Will he be kind enough to tell me time what per cent his scholars have gained, and in what branches; when Thos. B. Ford delivered a lecture there and wh" heard him; and al-- o tell me in figures of his own making, how much it would col a man to have his hor.--e shod if he paid one cent for the lirst nail driven, and double the amountal-ternatel- y until tho horse is shod? If he will do this will agree that the preacher was mintaken, J. B. Ingles is Reverend, and that 13. II. W. is competent to leach Greek, I.uiin and the higher branches of matheI never should have mentioned matics'. the matter had it not been suggested by some of our best cititeiis, who ate patrons of the school. J, X. II. fellow-townsman- STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, s. . E-u- . ri. this Lodge be draped in mourning, and its members wear Ine usual badge for thirty days, that the Yeoman and Koi'nuaroi't be requested to print thee resolutions, and that nn engro-s-e- d copy of the tame he sent to the family of the deceased. in their great aflliction; that Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to That we tender the bereaved family and friends our warmest sympathies sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-clasthiiiL's." Rcmlved. BEST BRAjSTDS OF Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. All other goods handled in their season. outfits. HYDE, K. B. FKANKLIN, 11. MAUY HYDE. CLARENCE EGBERT, KATE MA NO AN. Hunters' complete Assignment of Government Officers. The following assignments December 1,1882: OAIT.HRS. FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. and take effect v. J. M. Burbridge to J. A. Ilugueley D. L. Moore. Fine Sept. 30-311- Breech-loadin- g Shot Guns a Specialty. t ua-spre- ad - 1 H.S Bai.ta to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. 106, ami E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co., No. 2. Jno. Gnadinge'r, Jr., to E. J. Curley it Co., and E. J. Curley. C. II. Hatchitt to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. 4. B. F. Harris to II. C. Clay A: Co. and II. C. Bowen. J. B.Lewis to E. II. Taj lor, Jr., Co., No. 113, and J. N. Blakemore. f. D Pinkerton to Glen Spring Distillery Co., Labrot it Graham, and J. S. Taylor. II. C Rodenbaugh to Warner it Reed J. R Sharpe to D. A Aiken. Headley it Peck, and Stoll, Clay it Co. S. S. Thoinp.-o- n to t". S. Ed w aids, 11. D. 0 wings, and J. E. Pepper it Co. A.T.Todd to Jno. Cochran it Co Ed. A. Tipton to G. G. White it Co., and Sam. Clay, Jr , it Co. B. F. Williams to Derby it Day and Win. Tarr it Co. stoui:kei:i'i:ks. S M. Anderson to E. J. Curlev it Co. No. 3. J. Bashford to G. G. White & Co. II. M. Bowman to J. B. Thompson. W. A. Broadus to H. D. Owing. G. II. Dobyna to D. L. Moore. G. R. Diiulap to W. A. Gaines it Co., No. 4 (additional.) W. It, Flemming to J, E Pepper it Co. J. J. Graham to J. N. Blakemore. W. II. Gray to Jno. Cochraiu it Co. CALL A.TMI SEE FOR YOURSELF. Kow Arriving I AND FOR SALE AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stock of BOOTS AND SHOE For Fall and Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF 1 W. Harlan to J. A, ilugueley. Win. Holloway to D A. Aiken. J. J. Hampton to W. A. Gaines it Co, No. 4. Advertised Letters. Fkanki-okt- , Nov. 'J.'), 18S2. FRUIT TREES. FALL OF 1882. , tlrst-clax- Crawlonl, A J Davis, Mrs F M Manufacturing fen 'da: Duiiuyhoo, Pat Foot, Bob EnfU'oiA Shop ami Subs A'oom : Upper st., Golden, Edward opposite Comt fousi; Lexington, Ay. Garrett, John lluuley, Amanda Marshall, Liu kin Kee, H M Payne. William R Sheifleld, Ashbey Smith, Sallie OTIS W. SITTDBR, Brown, Addie W Burnett, Geo Barlooker, (Jliutt Howard, Hosetta Coleman, Becky Dotsoii, Henry Emerson. Ben Gentry, B F Gibbons, Francis Green, Sallie Harris, Mary K Macksev, Henry Perkins, Willie Bidgewav, Geo Site. Sallie AT Hamilton to E J Curley. No. 15 It W Hntchcraft to Sam Clay, Jr, it Co. J M Jameson to II C Bowen. D Knoble Jr, to Warner it Reed. J F Murphy to E II Taylor, Jr. Co, No 2 S D McMiciiael to Stoll, Clay it Co. P M McRobertsto Labrot it Graham. It W O'Coutier to H 0 Clay it Co. J J Quia to E II Tavlor, Jr, Co, No 113. Chas Reynolds to E J Curley it Co. (night.) ROOKS, STATIONERY. Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. J, C. sept33'tf V, 1: WTShy to J S Taylor. TavlorSol H Thiikeld, CW Sarah of Fruit ind Ormunontnl Tnvlor. ASUI'KKIOH stock Fruits, Grapevine As- Shipman, Marv 2 " White, Tillio Wheathcis, James paragus 1'lnntH, and everything lound in u FBANKPOBT, ICVT., Williams, James Wh.te. Jake nursery iHtiilillidiuiont. hut give our commis- Williams, Mattie 2 W illicit, Mattie J Wu employ no (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) sion direct to the planter. We refer to our old White, Mary Watson, Hobt "Buohupaiba." Can bo found at hi office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. patrons, Our new catalogues will ho sent on illiumsoii, Samuel Quick, complete cureall annoying Kid in. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the application. Say advertised when calling for these ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1. I'utiro satiafuctiou of thoao who may ohoso to II . P. IIILLKNMEYEK, G tf July letters. Lexington, Ky. Druggists. patronixo him. J. G. IIatohixt, P. M op Tavlor, Mock E Twyinnn, J W Snow, Mary V Wesley Spencr to Win Tarr & Co. W S Satlell to W A Gaines it Co. No 100. W A Warner to Headley it Peck, No ft 4. H P Wails to TS Edwards. Isaac Webb to Glen Spring Distillery Co BUSH, D. D, S DENTIST, W. J. CHINN, DBAI.KR IX ngi-nts- ALL KINDS OF COAL, Wllhellatthe very lowcet figures 15-l- y FOR CASH s2EifeL uMSoI "IP a UW.WIUH.WllHBIIIiyiJW.II8IH s wwirmui xtjMivwimwi The following is the piogramme lor the Union Thankngiviim service at the Preshy-terinat Frankfurt, Kentucky Entered atthc Church next Thursday: a second eln$ mnUitlilc mutter. I. Voluntary ly the choir. '2. Heading scriptures. Hev. .1. II. Tharp GEORGE A. LEWIS. 3. Prayer, Dr. Morns Etuns. 4. Soifg, announced hv Eld (loo. D.usie. amd. Fia.'tellslier. ft. Seimon. Dr. '. M. Lewi. ft. Piayer, IN'V .1. W. I'uuli. FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 25, 18S2. 7. CnMectioii l'r the poor. 5. Song, announced by Dr. Evan. Cnpt. .Take Swijiert killed, nn Iih fnnu in ). D.'iiedict'nii. Dr. Li'M'". Woodford eoiintv, on Tlmixlny, n hrowiiwli Tlie services will begin promptly at 11 a seven (cot five grcv eagle which metr-iim-l in., and it heartv iti.vilutioii is extended to inolicB from tip to tip. nil. Theie ought to he a lame attendance of the community. "Many Voter-- " lilts Imen ratlier nnmcroit of the citizens in liia call for en ml Mules for Coiineilmeii Personal. lately. We believe lie hap nliont gotten iho- - who are eligible to the nmutiil to all Master McKee ilellueris confined to bed position, lint if there is any nenllemnn with lever. in either vnrl who has heon nligliteil ly Col. II. K Milward, ol Lexington, n Jfany he will plone announce liimself in the city Tuesday. while there is vet time. Mi-- s Mary Risk lias returned from an extended vis-i- to fiieiitN in Missouri. The preliminary steps were taken in this Mr das. Sower and wife have been visitcity Thnrsdnv toward organizini: the Peoing friend in Lexington this week. ple's Kentucky River Navigation Company. Mrs des-- e McCoy, ol Louisville, is visil-ii- ii It is the purpose of the Company to luiihl or her daughter, Mis. II. G. Mattern, in charter a lioat to he rnirhetween Louisville, thN citv. this city and other point on the Kentucky Mi. R Feriiiison. who has been conftned river, which will compete with and not to bed with tviilmid lever for six weeks, is combine with the railroad. aide to be up imain. MNs Ella Newbold. who has been Mr. Millard F Sinionis. ol llicSlonevi Helluer. has letumed to her neighbnrhood, this couniv. and Miss M'' Mi"ll,,"u' '"' .iu.iy. from nea'r Lockport, Susan F. Aldrid-.-e- . Mis. al .1. imines ami daugiuer. Henry county, were n von tin couple who letl Thursday alternoon lor Molten left this city on the 8.20 train. Wednesday ney. '!xas, to visit relative-'tuornins, fleeing from a cruel parent nnd Mis-e- s Lizzie and Annie Page, who haw bound for Jel.'ersomille, Indiana, with matbeen visiting the lamily ot Col. J. N rimonial intent. Thev were manic d in that I'rntcher. in llclle Point, lorscveial months city the same alternoon and returned to his left Wednesday morning lor their home in home in tiiis county on the followinu' day. Oluey, Illinois. Mis J.onlie D San ford, who has been The congregations, of the. Providence and visiliui: lelaiives in this city lor eveial Ruck Run Rapti.-- t Churches, at Wooillake, week, left Tuesday lor her home in Authis county, have unanimously resolved to gusta, (leoriria. much to the regret of the unite, and a committee of disinterested per- young men ol this city. Mi. fieo G Graham, who has been sons hns been appointed to say which of the relative- - and friend in thi city and two houses of worship shall be ucd by the n the pa- -t month, left Thursday united congregation, and what shall be the comityfor New Mexico, where he has been name ol the Chinch. It will be reniem-b- y lor the past two year. our older citizens that in 18j5 a portion Mrs. Harrett Leonard, accompanied by ol'the membeiship of Buck Run left that her daughter, Mr.--. M. E. Overton, ol Church, on account of some internal trouble Marysville, California, lelt Tuesday for Mt and cfetatdished Providence Church, erecting Sterling, the lormer to reside ami the latter a house of worship within night of the old to visit her brother, Rev. Jo. Leonard. Church. The diflereucen of the past are Stoney Creek. now all forgotten and the people are one again. The church building which it is deFarmers have commenced gntheiingcorn. termined not to use will be converted into a Mr. M. D. Oilan has gone to Owen to re4k paisonage. main several days. We are authoiized by E. A. W. Roberts Mis Lizzie Smith made a flying visit to to eay that his account against Theo. Davis Mr. Joseph Robert' Tueday was for balance due him as an attorney in , readv to receive the t We are always ... :,.:....: .. ; :.. r ti jnrv in .i me case, ami in -iid.n-- s. not in -- Billing up a jury," n publishe- d.- Roi'MMHorr. as it brings us ood Yeoman. Mr. F. M. Smith sold one bay mare to 1 he account published in thi- - paper hiM Wm Smither for one hundred dollars cash wa- - shipped to Alabama. week was tin exact copy of that on lilc in Mc.-r--. Milton Smith and Berry Witt, sr. the oflice of the Ciicuit Court Cleik, upon iiave leturiKil from iheii trip to Owen, ami which the suit was brought, and that docu report having had a nice lime. meat says it was for "aining a jnrv " Pallium had his hou-- c and till r Perhaps E. A. W.'s made a it Mr. Geo. burned on Friday morning ol content- mistake, but it makes little dilieience last week. I uudeistaiid it whether he did "git" or select ihcjiiiy, ihey Eidei J. K P. Soulh held a meeting at did what was expected o! than, and if our Autioch several davs the pa- -t week. Elder sheriff" will "git" a giand juiy at the nexi South is an excellent expounder of the term of court that worth a lin tiling', they Scriptures. will "gil" down into the ti lie inwardness ol Mr J. S. I'ra'vner has a beet in his po the matter. that he raised thi- - ear, which inches around and es twenty-loumen-l- it The Fire Committee ot the Citv Council weighs six pound. have purchased and had attached to both The debate which was held at theschool of the steam engines of the Fire Department hou-- " Saiuiday nidit, by Jame- - R. Fear.-an- d D. P. Rentley atuact.'d quite a huge a Shaw Relief Valve, and al-- o puich.i-e- d a ciowd. The ipiestinn wa- -. "J- - art more shiil-ol- T nozzles which accompany couple of pleasiiiL' to the eye than nature?" Beulley By the use of this arrangement the them. allirined and Feats denied. The fireman in charge of a nozzle can shut tl was aigued and decided in favorof the nega the water at plea-ur- e without taking the live. Theie will lie a debate at Bald Knob trouble, as heretofore, of sending a man Satinday night. December '2d, on the rj lathe light to com back to the engine to cut it oil, which will tum "which has or gicale-- i Negro?'' Everybody plain, the Indian enable them to save a great iiiantity ol invito) water that is now wasted. The ho-- e can Theiewfi-- n social party given nt Mr. now be taken into a building and the w titer night, which Henry Hughes' Wedne-dathrown directly upon the fire, and the bal- w.tj very much enjoved by the young folks s ance of the house not he flooded with water, Among the voting ladies present weie J. Smith, Mi, Hie be moved i am place o Lizzie and Maigatet and the lio.se can Jinny B, Maggie and Matgarei place without the water living nu eveiv Mooie, I.'iulie Lewis, n, U.ite t.lllUlll- - ami i . direction, and gools, luniiture, ,m. Win, The young men present were Berry Witt, Jr.. Milton Smith, much of, the damage which Ihey usually Mes-rAfter the valves weie J):,vi-- ' """od. J E. Moiris, Mitchell Le receive from water. FRANKFORT jiont-nffic- ROUNDABOUT. n p TELL the NEIGHBORS JOll H11T1I. SB., Hn i.poin.1 win-r- Jditor ware, Onicorliw, Dry lie ! I flienp fur ciipIi. IV II II t ll. vvr lit a tnw ft n lull line nf 1U.OOM - IMITOX, produce Uiil, mnl (Jiieen- Notinn, Ac. which (ilii- OVERCOATS AT FOR LA HUE IIIBN. FlHl SMALL MKN. FOR BOYS. FOR CHILDREN. Cuiintiy Nov 2 ft lint. TH.TC Holiday Presents PHILIP REPAIRER 1 1 SELBERT, AND n JEWELER, ENGRAVER. selected list jiift received lurgo nnd lino stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, CIOTHINS ARCADE! OlsTE zcE i 1,000 DIAMONDS, Solid Silver, JEWEL11Y, t 2 Best Sihsr plated Ware, offer SPECTACLES, &C, vvliieh he OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY to meet yon. Do not purchase an overcoat until you have seen our stock, as it will pay you to look at our gooas oeiore ouying eisewnere. nt bottotn ensh prices. Old Gold and Silver Taken in Exchange. Hoi nt Clair HtrucM. F" riiiiltfoi t, Ky. ;tu :tm. 1 1ST, JANUARY we are prepared And if Low Prices will sell them HARRIS & HERRANN. Proprietors Arcaoe. visit-Cre- ek - W'(l .Mis-Jenn- ie, R SALE. US . A IIBST-C- ill OF 83 ACBES- - ONE PRICE. LOWEST PRICE. Said farm I five milei from Frankfort, on the Kentucky rlvr, lielow the city. The Frankfort Turn)iho pnies it on one side, nnd .t Ftut ilio Kcntueky rier wBflhen it on the other. It if cnnii(ncl nf about 00 ncres of riRST-OLASS -- RIVER BOTTOM LAND, FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT I iii nnd tliobilnnceoxenllcnt hill TOIJACCO LAND. About 40 ncro of it is WELL TIMBKKKI). On it is 11 sjilcn.lid will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock o( utter-noo- TWO STORY STONE HEStDEHCE. out-buil- ng d Iwo tobacco barns, stables, and other r.osides it is well fenced, and has on it ingi! one or two good tcnciunu huu-es- . For terms ol sale consult MRS. LUCY DAVIS, Frankfort, Ky., or Scott & French, Attorneys at nnv. t. Low, Frankfurt, Ky. LJ-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. WrODNYAN, His just received his fall and Winter stock of K. P. WILLIAMS, Jr. I. M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CHURC Cigars, r STAPLE AND FANCY Groceries, FISHING Liquors, Tobaccos, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see him &C. old FOREIGN FRUITS, &C, AJO STREET, PRAUSP01T, KY. Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. in. Sft 33 WOLLD respectfully invite tlicciticnsof 1'ianl.foit and vicinty to call J. R. (.irnham X. Sun-- , in Major Hall liuildiii';, nest door to the my large nnd complete stock of fine fiimituic, which I am ofTerin at ii-'- j TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, at Swigert's book-keepe- stand. St Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. !i,ini. FURNITURE. FZGTJTllESS hand a lot I also have on ! JOHN T. BUCKLEY, diiai.ku in TIN-WAR- I nt the old stand of and e.vanftne fust-offic- se-si- r STOVKS AND Has E, jest received a large stock of base burner SEWING MACHINES. t of lir.st VEHT LOW FOB, CASH. class HEATING STOVES! SITU AS ipu-siio- THE LION! FOH SOFT CO AIi. I AM OFFERING AT COST, UNDERTAKING In all its hranches a specially. May 20-n- Orders piompilv attended to. AND R. ROGERS. y THE WEST POINT! 1XI HARD COAL, Al-- o I Mi-sc- f the celebrated " et.-.- .- F A V O R I rr E which ho ! i "..-"' S" ",k", .: like a the Daviil Ford, J. It. Fear.-- , and others. having perlect control of the Tni.oii. When the stream is shut of!', the streams. pressure is not inciea-e- d upon the hoc, but the water is kept circulating inside the engine until it is turned on again. A DHSHiAIiM. TWOS TORY Fit A Mi: The valve and nozzle are the inventions rcHiiluiiL-Hitith leu rouiii', Ii.iIU, etc., nail lnt Ma.-.who Hill 1), L'DII pet, picket leneo enclosure. Two of Mr. L, I). Shaw, of hliiL'ks mutli Adu ol tin- lillilge, on ho corner el was here and nmde the attachment in Cro ituil Conway MruLU. Jl notbulJ will lcate on uniuibly p iyiii':iits. person. 1 j","tes'.ed, and ho-cin- cn - "-'- r , ".. b.ur For CASH A AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, it tailing very low, Only e ! Has WHIT already HALL Oim OB1DER. received all the novelties in fall LiSAVE FOR SALEJffi RENT! , I SUITING AND TBOWSERING. PULL ST00K OF Tin-war- COMB AOT Bo-io- n, s, Cheap ROOFING CONSTANTLY ON HAND. "Rough on Rats." Clears out bed-bug- ALSO FOR SALE. latest styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned SatV urday. Leave your packages at the store. 20 cases of tluMory best ready made clothing just opened, all the 2jc. skunks, chipmunks, Druggists. rat, mice, roache, Hies, ants, gophers. T'.vu lutK on Wiirililngtnn street, near linmihvuy, (mirth- side; 40 by 100 feet each. Theie U a TIN .table en oiio of theui. A. W. DUDLHY. - ID JOS IRK A SPECIALTY, CRUTCHER Nov. 10, 1882-3- t. now lltf. Mam Street, Frankfort ami Lexington. a STARKS. .&Ljjir.- - mi m MawtawmBcwraryOTntrarassrewttTi iTng..-i.--ggnBiiiiix- mi A 3 SfBuacatigji,vi nu,immmfoimrimmtimaaeaxM?vi k FRANKFORT FHANKFOIIT. RO UN DA BOUT, NOVKM!M:il 2.5. Tin fiiiiiiu' al tie ''upiliil Oily Mitt'ltine 1 1 tin' 1FH2. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October id, the follouiiif. lime table will he in effect on the I.. & N. It, K. for this point. . TH UN'S SOUTH. Wnrku In this city, which ili'nc.s nil the . is HIM nl machinery ol tlmt I'lihner la i" In it 'Mu expeiife "I tttHiij'iirlit cents jii'l dit'( eliuirll or fcIioo! Mtitablt' fin' Hlniet We iliinld w licllifi there i mi (.tlnr Coke or lor houe. Can be d of the MA' itinl liml in llif eountiy llillt t'nii In Nnl. Ilnt'lln iMithrHciteni.il. ApiK .InM now unike po n'tviiiiiiit'iil :i "Iiuvvmis. lt McMrt. Kfrninii A: Meek ure eiowded with nr fi'tnl' by C nt tttin tirk, tilnl huVe I'iiiiIcimi linml- - employed W Imii.'cI. i"tnhli-dniieiit1111 ci witri' nl Philip NolbonV the ii mImu.- '- phii".i jew eler. ''it-'- f Our Bargains j Comprise - a line - of ; GOdds - - - Which - Sell Themselves: ' ro n-- 11 P "" 3 ' 5 to ' OO Oerit e, m r fiir-a- I'jlilm' ftiMiuliiimiit : No. j8 lo"97 a. 7.0a A. till? V M. M. No, 20 The Ilmifil nl" TriiMeer) ol the t'ulilir. u!o5 9:551' 7:20 No. it 7:05 V. M. V.; P. M. 5MS I'. M. School- - MM ill lllft' IlilVe MTVCil one U'l'lll arr. at Frankfort8:3o t M. No. 2 5:15 . M. There proven Iniilifiil 1) tttl cllii'li'iit. Tlt.WNS SKI'Tlt. I. .ivc Arrir at i i'it'1 Id li" !i vij 1 to linvr t'tirritl I.ntiitvillv. Lexington. Frankfort. M. 8:15 10:55 A vi. t'lin No. 17 ntTtjd tin; irii-- t lor iinotlii't' tcriiii . . No, 23 leaves Frankfort 6 :oo A. M arr. I.mi 9:10 a, t ... 1. i . . m, in".' nnve ncu I'ti'ii coumiiicii, out 11 C:o No. m. , , 4:10 i'. m. tlon v. M. M 5515 1:10 I' M. a".?7 '' No. at . . . Imped tiifv will utit refuse in olicy tin will Train No. si nuke conncrtioti for Cincinnati, tin,' follow imr Hy ol tlif people there at j:ij. p. n. .'I'.rain No. aj makes for Cinciiiivi i, arriving tliero al 13:15, p.jn. yon will con N11. J4 in k comict linn from Cincinnati, leaving nntioiihi'iMiu'iil in vfinr paper, at 8:30, (ft it Invtir on there at 3:00, p. 111., arriving at p. in. E. P. lilt VAN, Audit. Many Pathos- - op tiii: School: I'm- TniMee- - "I I lif Piililiti ScliooN. UKBT 0IEIUT1ll.IIJijn.UI E. WHITESIDES. W. S. DEIIONEV, Attention im enlled li tlii'MilviTtifri'ini'iii til I). I.. !!.U,Y. n Innn lor Mile in another column. , M Leave T.niiisvllle. rraiiUfurt, I.oive Arrive at A. t, I'. Mi h by A ,moil inn di t bit Foil .Sam: located on Second Mieeli Stnith 2W liel . n. F. Whltf oi Frniikli.il. Applv houee. U..ii't lorget every aiiick' piircliieil a my Mote engraved (':' ot ch nv'- PbHi - -- ili'-ln- .r . ..1.1 I'- Selbert, the jeweler. Ft'lS c ir hoii-- e n lll!.Vr.A coiilnining in.-- l v ' IOOMM ll'i'llll'll on Clinlitsi inL'lon. Applv to Thu-- . Lee W,i - Gflil Th flui'st Hiii' of iliinntls in iw HlyiitUriftiii Phllii and Foil oliice Selhei'l, Bw.s. the jeA The cheapest place in the city to buy Ch ina, Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warBaskets, Chairs Tinwave, Wood Chromos, B.lirji'ors, Easels, Brackets and JFrames, .Bird Cagres, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps. Revolvers, Cartridges, Sta tionery, wcnooi isop:s, huucb ann scraps, also miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in froiit of our store on-war- STORE! e, le W alclillllikei at thi- - engraver. Sam: A a Mr .1. II. Diydcn Iiiih removed his news nt the corner depot lo the 5 to U'.l cent 'Except an extitmely unall beguiuitig, ot Si. (Jluir inn) Main fiieei coniinii'Cid dtninu' the latter part of the winter, all the woik and imiuou'tueiitn re Ro'uert Hiiiimcx, no employe at the Kenlerred to in (he lollowing article Irom the tucky River Millrf, while wnuk'Mily liainlling 11 pifctol Suiitit, fcliot the thiid linger ol Earinei- - Homo Journal, ol Nov ISth, wcio uiuliriiiketi ami compleled from and alter his left hum! oil. t. Some lo or '20 itvrex mote March t, on Wednen-la- y Mr. A T. Todd puichu.-eol the land weie cleared, improved with Usl, the hand.Miinc lehiileiice of U. I. oidinniv buildingi, etc , ami cultivated in Third utreet, in .South tobacco during ,., Meek, iiiiic time bv tenaiiN under Fraiiklorl, lor S"i, 101) ca.-With comparatively limited Mr. Webber. who can beat it. Weateiiutliori.fd by Mr. W. J Cliinn meatiH Toe tint st sample of new crop wh'ch we mil he a lo say liiiil lie ill have ceii, was received thi.-- week Imm Mr. lor Coiinciiiiieii in llio Third Wind, W. L. Webber, ol Franklin county Thc-in as his pihate me aid to tlit he can- (one red. the other very it be but lair anipleh ol the crop .Mown on to .eie W elected. not 'and, vlicli a year no acie-o- l tw The Hoard ot U. S Knyinee.M. who are tood in foroM treei with u thicket ol under nie t'Oiacco av tajie- iweniv oil' in now iiiic'i'liii' the woik on the Kentiifky I'ro'Ath incite-- in leuu'tu, with plenty ot bieadth, lie I'iier, will he in this city Monday lor the (Ihre. Iin . hi en or iveet ,h a nut ami clear o ol iiiieHlijjating the nianiier in anv damage. li itiio.--u If uch a emp doe-niiiotation ot $."() per c.wt , we wliicii the woilc as heen conducted. our At lea- -t (he tleale:-- , are meatly iiiiMakeu will he a public meeting at the who have it talk that way. Theie Mr Webber, the grower of thi. bought Couithoii-- e Tneltn niht ol' all those ol 102 ncic'8 of the llarvic tract of land laM our citizen- - who are in lavorof conducting full all He had to clear, fence in wood-- . our city and county eleelionn without the and eie.'l dwelling and h.irnt-- , and vet he Let ha- - twenty-Hiracre-- of tobacco, which (lac ol money and into.icatitig liquors. will average 10(10 pounds, 11ml which will every good cittzt'ii attend. about pay (or the whole tract (co-- t of culculo lie ha.wan boarding liia tivation not considered) Dr. W. II. L'liytliuin etahles tivated corn and other ciops on adjoining Iior.-- e at each ol the three livery lauds. in this city that have been de."tioyed by the J. . A: L K. The lands owned by Mc.-sin the laM two veaiv, at the time thev were Harvie arc six miles below Frankfort, near Inn neil. lie would change its name to the Kentucky river, and in a section unsiir lor growing line lluiley tobacco. Kate Claxioii hut it is nut that kind of n The lands ate lor sale at such figures that liorse. ol the one or two crop- - will pay the coA colored convict by the mime of Christ laud. 1-- Fine Burloy Crop. urr: -- and VGTABuilb, AM) FISH. i :-,- a piano Apply OVS'i KBS Tlnee giand prie-- , aiII be given lo my in .la.niari jititroiiH 011 the lir-- l Tliur-dn- y WE ALSO HAYJl A NICJS BTOCE OF rs cri IMIILIPSEhBEIir. -- la-- Nice lre-- h ui.l h.r ,ile by pound nt Fincel's. Foil Sam-- : A me tierce or Ver-ail- FJiEXCH CASUi 72 d, pike Apply at thi- rexitleuce on the - oliice. m k- h. cim-diili- iie Philip Selbert. the Jeweler, Notici: nil articles old by him lice ot ensiravis charge. -- Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, Pi -- s,,3,. 0' BRYAN & BANTA. o e HANDKERCHIEFS j in endk- -s v.'i lui-iiie- n Im-jiit)- , -- eon-ei- -- rt;I ' Me Ml 0 iiliti Bto . ol Ws Strive to Make Each Customer a Permanent One. y -- : only-thre- e -- - j -- -- ot ju-ti- I Winitflidei it McEwan are pre- GRATE AND MANTi.E SaTlfJG '"Tirr'-XlvJ.UDJDIJ-.V'Jf upholstering and pared to tlo all kimi-lives urunin,'d, happmc- - and r., And Joli Work ot al IvincU ill i.r J "l m.rv ,J b' ' n.aiie-- - repairing. ,,,5t ''f the or h" ' promptlv attended to. cithei fr!at , V ' U I I IN cnuntv. I.e.u- - oi lei- - at tl tin a.i st ve II Mf J It oods itt Philip tore ol Mr. John I". IiaekV-- . No trouble to unow U'hich nntivcly and pctinaiientlj- cures IMPO-- (Jet. A. ). NORWOOD. Selbeil's, the jeweler ly execcs of :m kind, STiMI- TKNC or unfur- BARGAINS IN GROCERIES. Two roonw (orient, lurni-he- d p.un in the back, dim- niismorv ,iiiivr-a- l nc Apply to Mrs. M. H. McKee. premature ulU .igc, .tnd many other cf nished. 0 . ci-I -- lUitl.Ulll an-e- 1 ""' 2S-II- Nii'e lino of hosiery at tiriffln -i- Don't gruinlilc aliintt li.ird iine or iiigh price groceries when "vi.ti can go to srae. -- e Bros. Toe - al-- bet sfk-cte- rs diiimomlx, in the city eler. stock ol watches, clocks, jewelry, spectacle-- and her-ixaie ! TA U JE3k.tJ' a ana-i- w JLJL FIJI fcil.1 al Philip Selbeil's the jew- v.il 2 11 G CiislimtMYS at rock bottom prices - SOUTH FRANKFORT, 1.1., U..,- - A I uc-a-t vuu uuy j jAiir-di;-- ? uiicrviu Coffco for 50 cents. I :'?' t.Mipi JL m w, that lead to consumption .ind a premature Kti end for circular- - with mail, 'the INVIGORATOR is. old at Si free l.y per 1jo, or ix loe- for 55, by all umgRi-t- -, or will be cat fiee by mail, securely ealed, oil receipt of I'. J. CHKN KY, in Adams t., price, bv addrq-'lokuo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. ilier.-e- s WtT. d --mjr llJV'li; l-- & -- JOSEPH ti -- NOTICE. milK THL'KSDW Al'TERNOON' at th. Kentucky Inrt i tut ?ot for the IMucitiuii and Training i' l'eulilu Miniicd Cliildicn will hereafter take plnei- cv.ry 1'iid.iy USlTAL SOUTH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, S113W. pu-?- ed .. uttirilltn Hros. Bros. -t Flaiiui'ls extra chwil at Griffin Ennrnving neatly executed Selbett's the jeweler. at Philip lbs. Green Coffc for 2.5c, " Brown Snsnr " $1.00 " Lunf Lartt " 1.00 i. exi'rc'i-e- s Young wiii loaud dead in hi- - cell at tin Skinny Men. Penitentiary TlntrMJay tnorniii.'. An "Wells' Health Renew ' restores health withheld by Coioner McEwan when ami vigor, oiiivh Dv pepsin. Impotence, tke jury returned u verdict of death Iroin Se.tal debility, rjl was epilep-e- . The ib'Cea-e- d eul U the Stampiii!:, pinking, and South KensingPenitentiary lioin Newport. ton work l.entU estctlttd bv Mrs. W, G. be a verv plea.-nXext week prouiiees to tioodwin, Thin! -- tteei. South-SideThe Young one lor the jouim folkn A Card. Ladies Cooking Club will give an entertainU'cdne-da- v ment nt Maj II. T. Statiton'i on tin' vo'rrs of iht S.coml War.l City of evening and a hop will be given at the l'mnf:tn't: In ic.Mo!i-H- ' to a call made upon me to be by the Capital Hotel e.iiiu. it cituduliite for ('ounciluian. I hereby evening. IJall Club Thm.-ili- n and respectfully solicit ainioiiuco my.-e-lt Willi' HippOll, The organixnlion ol the artillery company in thi- - city was completed Widncj-dn'R. C CHURCH. . night. The name adnpte is theOoveiiioi's King's spectiicl'.s, the be- -t in the market, Light Artillery. The following aie the at PhiiipSelheii's, the jeweler. ollicern relected : Captain .1. H. Veach. Foil Rt:xr. The pioperty known as St. Fiist Lieutenant Kobt. 11. Franklin Elmo in South Kiankfort. House large First Sergeant Howard Gray. and convenient, good stable, cow lot and Second Sergeant Hurry Evans, Applv to Mr- - Lottie Jett. izardeu. Thitd Sergeant Frank (ir.ihain. A Card. Fourth Sergeant J. Pric Williams. Wedue.-daThe company will drill every To tin' Voters of the ftvmul War J: night at thu Arsenal. as a candidate hereby announce iny.-ephone fiom Montcrev. for Coum'iliu ,u, ami olicit your support. Wo learn hy teh et--nt And all other kinds of llnicrio in prep'irtion, also Ntioti ami Furnishing Goods'. h J!uiZ. Oct. afliTiiodii Irum '1 to I o'clock P. M. The Institution id open for visitor:-ti- t any time when uio.--t convenieni for them fo attiitid. JOHN Q. A. STIMVAItT, rfupcriatcdeut. Oct. tf a mm mi iw rnslimiM'UMit rotiv boltom prices JzLSU&i&i m rfMi iitUritltu Eros. . Soliil Selbeit'-silvei-wiiro, Hcmdon fitulitfitj, Ssuf) Frankfort. F:ir;':li: County Fai h Sals e, ! . sterling tine, at Philip . the jeweler. ttn.' of hosiery at (Jriilin '' Nice Bros. Hall-roo- Initial plii", bangle rings, lace pins, neck luces and lockets, and everything Usually found in a liist class jewelry store at Philip Sol . bottom hunt, onntuiniux 02 with trooil iirehanl mid out ..... r thoU-e- ., located within a half mile of thu Ow n- to heimlfhtid 'ton pike, on M tin Klkhorn, and vvjthiii the same All pcr.on of ih." late Arch. Moore are hercly ilUtimcc ot two churches, mill and ruhunl hou.-to the unco, or U otk'rcil for ule at uh.trgiin. nutilied tn coino forward m.d their notes will be placed in tho hand ut'anj For infornution apply to H. 0. OHUPwOH, ouie. r inrcMiicctioii. on atljoiu nsj r.inn. J. I. MOOKK. Atlm'r. net. 2a lui An,;. A farm of gooil :ifri..J. wll iniiiroV-cd- . : 2y-:i- NOTICE. ben's. A Valuable Pranldin County Farm. I toh-ic'o- . For Sale, v. sT'dehoney I Largest ami elH'aye.st lino oi" Joims in the city is;i1 Untliu bros.' Philip. Selhert, the popular jeweler, St. Clair street. Jeans extra cheap, Bros. veiv at Griffin Bros.' Flannels extra clionp nt Gi'illln JEANS AND HBAVYv COTTON ' (.luapnt Urlllin Bio.' , DEALKR lXSAPLHANn FANCY offer my firm for lie containing SO ncrejjj fo- trt .ion. Said farm is tdtuatcd one mile from 1'eik's .Mill, and half ft not sold hy the first of mile frm turnpike Match it will he rented tur the jc.tr iSS'.. NOTIONS, CHDGKEHY & GUSSUE. Tlicre nro on the prumlsMS a j;iiod I)e!liu , , ,U'. a .d Ilou.-e- .. Harm's, Stalile-I cordially invito you to call and cxnuiine my iiIimi'v of Water and well tiuihered. New utid Fresh Stock of (iooda. . .lituk-ni- i, fiirtlii-- r pirtieul.irr-- apply to l'.ir at Slictb.vville, MAIN STREr.T, or the I'oe.K's .Mill, FRANKFORT, KY Uy' Scp:i tf. DRY GOODS, Oc-utrl- y W. P. ROACH. N'ov 1 1 -- lm. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , 1 lf r ! -- BURCKHARDT A full ntoclc ol lino wtitchw at Philip AND tlwen county, thnt a man by the itaine ot JOHN E. MILES. ins commi:ti:h ins formerly of Lexington, elheit'rt, the .WL'er. " Motion in the act ol buiglnriiug the store ol Fine solid gold honded cane- - at Philip a,1(' t,N,r" Willpnu-tii-in the Mtirt of r.anklin and the '" ll1 T.. ..II LI.. .1.. ...i Messrs, .1. S Head A-- Co.. in that place, on Selbcri's. the leweler. iiti.iouiui); counties, ami riu inso ive special til .1,1 nui-i- i . cheap al Gnllin Bros.' Thin vlay night. The store of Mr. II. tur" M"rn ' iltetitiin to the purchase andalu ot real estnto, nil tlio A Card. HHU OM i lilLll I O, oaiieeiltiij ot teat-- , ei.iiius, .inn House, Heart 'iii hiokcn into two week.-- beloie, ot Iimus. Oltico opposite Court re1ideneevoti Uolines ."Kill: S.u.'ir-Ie?iialilVenison, lUur.ilo, June " " v . l'ork, and the money dinner robin d ol twelve or 7i tifwlox'f li'tv S'comi W,trl Ct'tyiifFntit!; For iiiroriiiatioti apply to Mrs. C ltecf, Mutton, all kind-o- f i.atue in thu Heel, -- ";. and .T J Head .; Co. (i- - 'v- S' S1,T"' ,. , M. D thiiloen dollar-i- , and Me.-.-i- s. I' foil: Mr.ikct; also A. Prentios, on the premi-e.solieitution1- - of In lo the were on the lookout or a similar visit SAUSAGE,. I'tinni- - and a call made upon IU-i- t fcleetion d clocks in the uity nt FRESH AND SMOKED lie went icto Hrowii was detected, when nie tlnoiiuh the IiDi'SDAiiour, I announce Philip .Sfllitvt'f, the jeweler Wiener Wurt the house beloie night ami unliiHiened one nit.'ll an a I'iiiulidMto for to the mill Hum S.iiisiije, Ulood l'uddlue; . um and Liver Witrct, and Head I'bueio ol the shutters, ol'uii iijiper wimlou touH'ord oliice of'Coitiieiliiiaii. Solieitin-.- ' votir T!i llticstlluo or lluiiiiols in the .nn him 1111 easv enlrauce, but was caught In. Verv city at (irilliu Bros. . . due he had gotten hold ol an) valuables. auu resilience next uoor lo tie iiapust ... "nice I.KWIS MAN(!A'. i attended M. Call telephone churcj,( s,t cllllr j,trect It is supposed that he is the same p.nty who -" Million niuuofi o... Announcement. 11 cam's .store. committed the robbery at Have your inntre. e.-- repitued and ujhoh-teri, hl lEiosiorsr !,l-v- le PALL fffLdtl nTJlVTTfg-ffT Sleal Estate Ageni;, -- 1 I l. tr V UPS. bfflltll & BrOVH. Physicians t ' . finp-poit- g Surgeons, ' 1 Frcsli Lard and Uacon. order-promptly i FRANKFORT, I Y j- n V ,. 1'. Vhitetide W'u are niitlnruei) to announce done h He tins sent to Uivonlon yistetdav tuorniuj id H'nmlforrt eotuity, former truvuliti,? MeKwan. Thev have a man employed for trial. y iiKi'iit for thu nlil TriiiiijU.iiil.i I'rlnthi? for the purpo-e- . Hall's Cntttnli Cure is Itikeu ititermilly. especially and tln Yeoman OOice,- iis,. eanaiJ.Uv. fr It nets directly upon the blood and jhe l'iue Ufsortuii'iit ol uluuli- Jroin i?l oil to Heyistcr uf tho Lund bake, uulijoct to the iiction iniieous sin faces of the system. Price Too. of tho Democratic party. $;i0 00 at PhilipSelbertV, the jeweler. For sale by Jo. LeCouiite, South Side : Me.-si-I'Ult-TU- U. Coni-patij -- Xt. CASH ON DELIVERY. im. H. BUROKHARDT. nov i if w.j aouse, aignt ana umnmeaui maimers. ft t ;v f. EGBERT ja ?"??!! . & SON, ii - - WnUt xvsvvj IH n v li urn. Vnnllv nntfi'd at this Office. j Ta1 wum -- Iiml .. PPT siicc-iiuiiv- "ginr ($-t- , HllVHUVU ..Stelcn,Averi,,,,drus,oremiMK?f.B',y t tV April i ip s'i ' t . . U ,1 miimmmww mifsimm m9Mfa - j ..-.- ft H ROUNDABOUT.dctioycil ynnr mmic of AN 1MKONKOUS Weil-Know- FBANKFORT Iffntnrrli euro von. liu KKLIKF! Bwitzer. urn el I nml iH'iiriii?. Hnll' Ciilnrrh Cure will 75 cents per bottle. DnnrjiNl How a Mistaken Theory Nearly n MinCost a ister His Life idli t." Bridgeport. Dr. Geo. Cliiiiti is quite ill. Hop killing lias cnmnieiiceil. Tln corn doctor wns in (lie Villnjic tliit. wct'k. Mr E D Kirk killed a mud dog a few day since. Lijtlo WiiiFion Wi son Int. been qui ic sick "lor a week or two Miw. W.F nml J B Kn "I'll nnvc tieeti in Louisville this week. Mr. duo. Hump li n removed to tbe botipe lately vacated by Mn. Fiuncen I'liekctt. c Mi"" Irotn a has been in the village eeinl daye. and her little Kixzie Vannattn duuuhtor Betlie. of .Shelby county aie visiting in this section. Tlecuhir services at Bridgeport Christian both morning and and Church r. night, Elder Dorcey Mrs. Jennie Allen, nee Armstrong, ol Fayette county, who has been visiting relahas returned home. tives in for Hoi of honor of Bridgeport school U&2: Kniinn weekending Nov Lena Unbelt.--, (,'harlic HiHsell, A Hie Wilson. Mervin Pnrretit. Charlie Parrent George Scaigeiit, Mattie Lou Crockett, John Brown, Lucy Brown. Charlie .Searent, Saintielbi Cio'ckett, Tanl CJrutdier, Annie Dowden. Mr.-pa-tothif-sectio- Kale Jenkins Inn returned home it to relatives in Gnie lenhttrj: Miss Jennie Cmiiiiiij.'liiitii, ol Giaeleiis-burg- , vi-- I Hu-s- ell. Truesville, Owen County. Wheat U looking splndidly. Our fanners are busy stripping tobacco Mr. J. B. Ingles, of Paris is visiting in this section. Mr. Win. Long is very ill, but it is hoped will soon recover. Another wedding is nearly ripe. Look out for u'charivari. Mr G. W Roberts is teaching school at the Lawrence school-housMrs. Jemima Uiley has returned from a visit to friends in Madison county. Work is progressing rapidly on the Cedar Turnpike, under Mr. Josh Power's supervision. Messrs. Arnctl Conway and J. F Power will probably leave in a few days for a trip to Iowa. Born. To Mr. Ambrose Lattan and wile a son ; to Mr. LeeCaidwell and wife, a daughter. Married Near this place, on Thursday, November loth, Mr. George W. Honaker and Mis Lucy Baxter. Mr. Innis.llavdeu gave a singing at bin residence Saturday night, which win hugely attended and greatlv enjoyed bv the voting iolke.' .Messrs. H. J. Conway, F. C. Moreland, and J. V. Coiinar, on last Fnday night -, and two polecat-'caught four seven coons. Beat that, boys, it you can. - Mr. W. W. Power bought of P W Lawrence at) barrel- of com at $2 50 per tmrrcl, and Johnson Ballard purchased of F. C. Marker 54) dozen bundles ol oi.ts at C. T. 12J cents per dozen. e. poi-nm, - Walnut Grove. Mr. Burns has opened a grocery on the Flat Creek pike. Mr. Henry Rodirers if, building an addi tion to his residence. Mr. Henry Hodgen- - is the owner of a calf that was born without a tail It stands a (Jim chance in are very blue The farmers in this on account of the low prices offered tor tobacco. Ten dollars per hundred is the best that has been paid as yet. We have some of the prettiest girK in When thifi section to be seen anywhere they binile on a fellow he has to come to time certain, for it is "a ground hog ense" with him, and don't you lorgel it. We venture the assertion that Mr. J. L. Greeiiwell, our blacksmith, can shoe more horses in a dav than any man in I lie county. He has shod as high as thirty, which he claims waH not a good day's work cither. A young man residing on Flat Creek, while under the influence of liquor, a vh since, unbosomed himself to his iweet heurt's father, telling him how veiy dear to .'him was his daughter, that without her life would be to him H howling wilderness; but the old man eat unmoved ami quietly smoked on, although the lovesick youth shed tears while awaiting his answer which he never received. The young man still holds on, however, and visits the object of his affections regularly. He is so lame that he has to use a cane ordinarily, but when lie gets in sight of bet home the cane is thrown uide and he walks us well as anyStaubv, one, fly-tim- few-d- " , $100 Reward Mksikh. FjDIToii- -: 1 have always believed i men. and mo-- t lit inly In the brotbrilmod that every human being N in ditt hound to arM- -t In- - lellow man In thr tniiel eMeiit ol hi- - potter The relation, therelore, of my trust, prove ol ptiMinal exprilenee will, in llii- - land. betielit to many thou-auMy earlier year- - wetefull of health and After the completion of my edupleasure cational Mudiei I undeitook the prnleion of teaching, and under the severe strain to which I was subjected I graduallv became reduced so that the least exposure or e.tcite-incu- t would bring on molt headache, I cave up and general teaching and began topiepate lor 'he mini tiy, and, although IstudUd hard in v health Finally I comseemed to grow no wore. menced piTiiehiu:, and then inv old physical troubks returned The liirhte-t amount of me and eeiiniu kind- - ol lood hroiiuhl on heavy dutlno-x- . dizzinc- - ntid A change olten great deprc ton of mi d or rlotliintr wa- - almost ol room, alnio-phecertain to cause a cold, accompanied bv I nttiibuled nil most p.iitilul utlerinu'. thi- - to the severe work was obliged to do in the ministrv. and so did not attempt to ne.M hpjran to row nervous remote it, and noticed that m feet were cold, while my left side and back fnipientlv mined me. I lelt a.drou-yo- r sleepy seiisiition after eatiiii;, while a little e.xeiiement cnti"ed me At times mv to lo-- e mv appetite entirelv spirits would be light and I would feel as if I might live to a good old age, when s in than an hour my head would I would reel, my hodv ncbe anil be After nveicome with n deathly sickne. ucli an attack a cold sweat would break out upon me and this would be followed by Il would he impossicoiflplele prostrition. ble to desciibe t he siiHevini: I endured at attributed it all to these times, and yet overwork and not to imv special trouble or disease It was more than a year from the time the attacks first hetran that I consulted a physician. He exaininid me and declared that my bums were affected, and that I wa I derided this on the road to consumption idea and so called upon another doctor. But he told me the same thin., as did also the other medical men whom I consulted Indeed, they all informed me that nnles I went to Colorado, Dakota or the sea coat there was little hope. However, I did not change climate, but tried to continue mv wo:k as best I could. A year ago hist May and in the November and December following I had three severe attacks ol whnt the doctors said was lung fever or pneumonia. I recovered from these by the mot faithful nursing, but I lelt nil the time as I know now that mv troubles did not originate in my lungs, but in some other organs of the body. It is true. 1 felt severe pains in my lungs, and I expectorated a great deal. I was extremely sensitive to cold, and the least dialt or change ol apparel tended to bring on a cold. My breathing was often most difficult and it frequently seemed that with all my exertions I could not get enough nir into m v lungs to sati-f- y them or keep my blood pure. As I am large in stature, weighing over 200 pounds, and being in the prime of my usefulness, you can imagine liow I shrunk from the inevitable fate which seemed to stare me in the face. One Sunday evening last February, upon coining down from my pulpit, almost prostrated and feeling that possibly it would be the last tinif I should ever enter it again, a member iol my church appioachcd me and said: "Brother Humphrey, I know just what you need to restore you to health. I have been troubled just as you are and I am perfectly well now." I thanked him for his. suggestions, but shook my head sadly, for I felt t hat theie was little hope for me. However, alter I returned home I began to reflect upon the subject, and finally sent my Bon to procure some of the iiiediciene which had been so highly recommended. II faith wire an element necessary to the success of a medicine, it certainly was lacking in this case, for I was really hopeless. Greatly to my surprise, however. I beg.into feel much better, and the following Sunday I was able to preach with comparative ease. J continued to grow better as I continued to use the medicine, for it seemed to reach my entire system. 1 was able to preach, sing and work without exhaustion, and today I am a well man, sleep soundly, eat heartily, feel no living troubles and I believe 1 owe mv life and health wholly to timer's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, which I consider a benefaction to suffering humanity. It is only natural that sines my recovery I should feel enthusiastic over the remedy which had restored me and also 'observe its effect upon others. As a result, I am forced to the conclusion that verv much sickness which is supposed to originate in the lungs arises wholly from disordered kidneys and liver. I believe thousands of people are and looking forward, as I suffering was, to a consumptive's grave, when their lungs are wholly .sound and they might be restored to perfect health by the same means that I employed. Believing these truths and realizing their importance to fhe world, I come out thus openly, and say that I believe, under God, this remedy is a public benefaction, ai.d I would most cordially and earnestly commend it lo the world as a blessing to humanity. 1 ds pro-tratio- n. Miss Snllie llookcrsmith. of Peak's Mil', is visiting at Mrs Pony Smith's this week. Miss Lizzie Hoover and Mi-- s Ida Tlmtn-ns- oti aie 'visiting In Scolt county this week Chlrnyn Stitwfurtl. Mr. Hopkins an I wife relumed home The following remarkable (liili'iiictit. tills week from a isit r( several dins in made by a well known BnpliPt clergyman, Scott county. besides the unttMinl matter of value it con M's Annie Thotiia-o- n lelnrned home las: tain-- , will be loutid tuo-- t readable and Saturday, alter a two weeks' vi-- it in this iuU'tcMitig: neighborhood HALL'S I - iSEW PLAINING MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently ndilcil to his KMabllfhincnt First-Clas- s Pinning Mill, y - -- " Nasal BY f HYglCUKB. nlo Is now prcpnrcd to furnish all kinds of -- ed re -- 1 1 North Fork meeting. Il U prayer meeting attend We regie! verv much tint Mr. J C. Hopkins was unable to attend the Social night lie mis-e- d lots of Inn last Thiir-da- v and a nice time generally. Bv John Ireland :i railroad Wanted leading Irom q Head's to Montorov; by from his Lee Jones a telephone to o and bv J. M Lon a room to New good turnpike road leading Irom his home to Mr Sid Carter's. Pied. On the l.'nh in- -t . at her residence near this piece Mis Elizabeth Jones, in year ol her age She died the as she had long livid, with a Mong hope We dteply svnipatizo with those in Chrisl who mourn her loss The social given at the residmceot Mr. tight in Dudley Baker, ln- -t Tlmr-daol New honor of Mi-- s Annie Tlimiin-n- n afl'tir Thoe was a verv plea-apulling candy present enjoyed them-elv- p things and eating nice cake and other which were spread before them, until a late nour ol the night. K-Cn-ileighty-seventh has a flourishing prayer llie ymng men's Kvi rv one is invited to 3ntarrri of th Cavltf-Ohro- and Sash, Soors, Blinds, Fr&oies, Molding ALSO Throat. It taken now DIHeOTLV upon thn Blood and Klucouo 3urfaces of tho jMatem.lt 10 the boat Blood Purifier In the WO LO, and l worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alone. 0NL7 INTERNALLY, and Scroll Work, Stair Work May 16 tf. & Taming . 1HTSHM 9-I- N CURS FOR CATAEBH Ootfcn out in the IJejt Sljlo. THE MARKETS And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaso of Catarrh It vlll not guru. OClce Cnicioo, III., June 4, 18S0. f Cheney dt Co., Toledo, O. Mem. F. J. I take pleasure In Informlnff you Oewflcni.'rt.iir'-(Hall Cntarrh Cure. Ii lias that 1 1ijoI w.-v ry I) id -- and don"t heyitate lo cured me y that It will turn any vne of Catarrh if taken Vmira tmly, properly. 1 WIIX CURK AT CASE. of A. T. Stewart FRAN KFOBT ft Co. MACHINE WORKS, JONES 'ftltOS., Proprietors. Ma. .ilacturersof nil kinds of New Worl. loi -- v TVOKTIT E. McnitAV, Jackntu, Mleh., writes H I or ! yeai s. Halt's Catarrh Cure cured Catarrh uik. Consider It worth $10.00 a T5 d ets per bottle. KP-Solby all Mflnnfaetiiwd Bnd soltfbv F.T. CHENEY & CO. Solo Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur Sile by J. 15. WEATHEItrORD. 810 A BOTTLE. had Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS lttle. GAUGES, OF ALL Xi-- KINDS, AC. JOS. Lf.COMPTE, Oct 18-l- v Cn-ll- e. nt DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. Muzzle Loading Guns from S3.00 up t Breech Load-lu- g Ouns from BSSPVonirnets of the Suite. for Work iniir.y pail 16-- tf go-id- One door ivc1 of corner Ann and Dro.idw.iy streets, April North bide, Frjnkfort, Ky. Oxoi: A Wi-.kk- . Benson. Our school teacher, Mr. Hunter, paid a visit to relative. in Lexington last week. Mrs. Kate Fl.vuti. of South Fninklort. i visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Hnleit. of this place. Mr. Reed, son and daughter, Miss Jennie, of GUNS ARTISTS' Csr.it:;!; ! and tor Mm & NEW vers from ftOc.up; Enclose tampforl8pageIllust rated Catalogue, PITTSBURGH FIRE ARMS CO., 8ft. OO up t Revol- KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST po-i-li- ly Pittsburgh, Pa. le-- WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. YORK. MATERIALS! TUB ONLY LINE KU.NN1NG -- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING FOII CARS 1 Indiana, are visiting the fainil; of Win. Taylor, of this place M Why can we not have Tbos. B. Ford as our Representative in the next Legislature? We can get no belter man. Benson sends words of condolence to her city Franklort. and hopes she will, Phcpuix like, rise from bet ashes. ' Rev. Wm. Smith is cum ing on a meetLilJSK OH1 ing at the North Behsou Baptist Church. There have been two additions so far DECORATING GOODS of this place, visited the Mrs. city ol Frankfort and spent a few days as tbegue-- t of Mis Jane Reddish lat week. Mr. Andrew Barnes and sister, Miss BOTTLES, Ella, of Owen, are on a visit to their sister, PANELS. PLATES, MIRRORS. Mrs. Henry Ilaile, of this neighborhood. Is there a vagrant law in this State? If so why do not our Magistrates enforce it? We think they could find fit subjects withSOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. out much trouble We hear of several citizens of this neighborhood who killed hogs during the Lite cold snap They may yet realize that it is the early bacon that catches the worm. Some person or persons set fire to a straw stnek belonging to Henrv Haile, the other night, and it was entirely consumed. Look out lor Hailstones, boys, EC. G. Hurrah! for Benson and the lor we have at last got the bridge Now let the school-hous- e be made comfortable No. 43!) Main Street, over Crutchcr it Starks' for the children, and we will doll' our hat to " WHITE HALL" Clothing Houfo, ye trustees. Mr. John Roberts a ml Charles Armstrong went coon hunting the other night. They got a coon up n tree on what is known as SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED Hie Devil Backbone Olid. Robeits went up in the wny of fine uloturce of nil M.vle nnd dethe tiee and shook the coon out. and in- scriptions. Why will the ol Friuikfort stead of setting the dogs on. set Charley on. ?pnd to the oily for work nhen elii-- onii In 0ct.!!5-tf- . t home? He forgetting where he was, jumped at the in the scramble went over the coon and As there has been no doctor out this cliff. way lately, we suppose there was no great harm done, and Charley walked off a wiser, if not a better man, but the coon, "oh where was he?" Sitting on a limb of another tree, no doubt, meditating on the downfall of man. Amocic. WINDSOR NEWTON A SOLID TRAIN FROM OIL I WATER COLORS IVRGK FOR si-t- er LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Arm-tion- g, WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH PAST TRAINS POB & JOE LeCOMPTE'S NEW AND THE D1RF.CT 70BS. ROUTE TO ALL Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, II For ticket." nml fuithcr inforiniition apply to tiuheNoflk-i'- , or address w. W. Monroe, Division Freight mid Passenger Agent, Lexington. Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, General M.n linger, Gen. Pass. Agt., Capital Gallery jour t MATTEMT, K1c11.M0.Mi, Virginia. DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE m Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (Lou., Cin. in Lexington Dmsiou) Tlic Grent Tlironoli 'J'runlc Line lo MAIL LETTINGS. Notice to Contractors! Post Office Department, 1 CIXCWXATI ami the EAST, the LOUISVILLE ami IT IS SOUTH. 4 E, F. Hnrgan, Louisville, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is a most valuable lemedy for rheumatism. Washington, D. C, October 6, 1882. j Proposals will be received at the J 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Rock, Hot Springs and Texns. Contract Office of this Department PULLMAN PALACE CARS until 3 p. m. of Jauuary 6th, 1883, Kiin Tliroujjh From .THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever discovered, as it is certain in its effect!, and does not blister. Kfc.AU FKUUr liULUW, AHO excellent for human flesh. for carrying the mails of the United Louieville to Memphis, Little Book, Nashville, States upon the routes, and accordDeoa-ur, ing to the schedule of arrival and FROM COL. to-da- y Youngstown, Ohio, May loth, 1880. Dr. D. J. Krniiall & Co.. Gents: I had a very valuable Hamhletonlan colt that I prized very highly, he had a large bone spavin on one joint mid a small one on the other which made him very lame; I had mm unucr (lie cliarce oi two veterinary surgeons who failed to cure him. I wa one day reading the advertisement of Kendall's Spavin Cure in the Chicago Express, I determined at once to try it and got our druggists here to send for it, they ordered three bottles: I took them all and thought I would give them a thorough trial, I used it according to directions and the fourth day the colt ceased to he 1 lame and the lumps have disappeared, used but one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps and as smooth as any horse in the state. He is entirely cured. The cure was so remarkable that I let two of my neighbors have the remaining two bottles, who Very Kesneclfully, are now uingit. L. T. FOSTER. I. T. FOSTER. departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884. Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and New Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. Trains of thW Company from Friuikfort iiinke connections at Louixvillo with train'on Muln Line for Memphis, Little Ruck, Nashville, Mohilo nnd Nour Orleans. Also with trains for all poluts in the North urul West. to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant EMIGRANTS to Arkansas and Texas should wrlto or soe on 11 tickets. gnt of this Company before purchasing their C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Send for illustrated circular givi g positive proof, Price $i. All druggists have it or an get it for you, Dr. U. J. Kendall & Co,, Pr 'tors, Enosburgh Falls, Vt. Postmaster General. COAL! ALL COAL! Q. B. MACKL1N. Catarrh that can't be'eured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internelly. Price 75 cents. In offered for any case of (BEV.)B. F. HUMPHREY, Pastor Baptist Church. Amboy, III., July 24, 1882. T. Oct. 28'Ct. O. SOWS, Postmaster Genera. KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Tor sale at Lowest Prict'B by rri i - - - . j ,(