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DECEMBER Hull Tin' hop givtn liy the night was n delightful ullair. Club Thinxliiy 2, 1882 Number 11. rwssmzzaturzsmi BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Ones the great rjun oi' tho full soaaon of 1882, ands.lroady is beard tho war whoop of tbo ononis', nu 1 DAVIS rnf.srns from tho Bast with a stock boughb for at Scl hurt's. nft-rno- and at prices that will astonish you. Hi rf'Vr no fnl ub.t imp iMlbilltirs Advertises. Boi Means What His immonse STOCK is all reedy tor tm purchaser, utiu ropeottolly mvitea vour inspection, WiicUtor Remember she vox; buy or lie place, I. DAVIS. lT.XKroU'l. lnJ.-L St Clair Sfcvoeb, Murray Building, y Sept jo ,m. KY. 5r? 1 ft'.. Kl.J, i. SAMUEL &YE7&S, roUMKRLV OF IUN!1.U, KENTUCKV VATCil u"i'or ik-ir- ?A.f$'lZl.Z, I to 15. F Moid;, Mnin Str?ot, Fnnih-l.ir- t, ivntchrq.airini; K.. cui.tirjf tr.o jin'init:i-- s ami cumin at the d.l fsnd. B. thoe vorl ho hopes to imrit tho p'ltrormgo il, to litive thtir wutohua u'p.iireil witli-oI i.i!iini;i- ticnip ilimi- them. Surveyors' e nf-ri'puiroiJ nml other instruments rujulriri;: u licJif uinl ni'Ciir.itf niljujtiiient. 't ut - m-- er In reiirirj; from binim si- in Fianhfort T take j. muro in exprcstiiij: my eniire onniidi'iico in .Mr. S. Ayi. uinl froto my Ions uenmiiut.uirc vith li.uiitf a workman, !o not licfit.Uo to coin-- ! ny ciiji'ililu t mectin,,' the fii'i hi in ii' eviry patrons. :;ir"t:itioti of mv " P. F. MFEK. or 'ep'. I'.i'-- tf - FGRASHORTTfflgE TIIR P0LL0WI2J(? GOODS jsr reus -- PRICES MENTIONED., It" hv mail witli the irdir i.J lured l.itt r or roif "' pot nRiic order, stamp;: Silver Thimblos.opcn or closed oniis, 24 cts. Kolit! Silver (Sirrlins (iuamntocd) 83 per sd. 'l'ti Si'.ooits, : So'.iii Silver Ta!)is Spoon?, $10 65. K03GEK5' BUTTER KNIVE, 2j OTS. ! fi't. 3 Jiil,ifvn" Hodiicrs' Table Spoons. $2.50. Ti'ii!-?i)ioj.S5..;- llodswrs' Forks STrf.1 $2.50 Por Set. CLOCK iSIIIDiflS fllTH BiEllLE IT 31, Thcie will he ptenoliiti' at the Taylorlun A tirw walk Oflicer Hyde limited a Loitmvilte thi ef Chapel tomori'ov. iimi butglar Ity the name of Brewer, alius i ncarlv eompleted down there fpnii ti Wilaon, in tliis city, Tuesday, on the charge city, and it i just :i niou di.stanee for an o( having rick") an overcoat ami come afternoon wnllt. Ho in .dielbyvilie Suluidav. other lulie'es Yon are invited to call at ,L M. HnMa'p s j .ii itwvfiw ra' .i tvi hid tin- 'i .'iC'ini on when taken, and was (Jld .Vrivnsinii '.iir. fTH ..r?it m r.' ijilj.'y House Corner on next Tluin-da- y, A woman Hunt to Shelhv iile 'or trial. the 7th if.st., and e.Nmiiine the chf'ici' intr liim, wju. claimed to he li is - ortinetit of Tov iV Holidav ijood- -, which a ili. attempt, d ' impoc upon Bev, Father will he opened on timidity to he an Young, by rcpie'eiititig hcrs-elM object of chmitv. hy t It The thankfrfrivinj.; dinner entorprisini: proprietor of the Capital Hotel oiipc tout) invitation, we 'attended fea.--t that wi- - enjoxed hy on T,)!M.M,(IV evening the ;,: annual sup. was an nppeii-iii- g . iinmher of invited .'netH. We have in1. 0 S. B (Jab, of a the P itw. ISiniue'iee, in honor of the vomit: Indies of deed a Capital Hotel with a capital proprieF.minenee Collide. The Clnli i& composed of tor who know j how to do the capital ttiin. . young gentlemen, tho majority of whom arc Benson. ttudei twenty j ciim of ago, Mr. W. B. Pre-'- II a 'ho, foj'inorlv of thi eiiv Mn. Kzra Alli-o- n is tlionght to he con-- ' Arc nOvV receiving their fail of good."--, which they propose do . !e tit, and iliey eeitaimy i:nov now io get up All warranted first-clasentertainment, Tin vmpanv Morris and Ella Sheets are very ill at i;ell as low as anv house in the citv. a ' this time. rthencelve? Malarial fever is myitis: hetween IJerisn t he Mood v Hoiim' and enioved "O . JL S- -j jl. v r: until 9J u'olocU, and .J.icWfronvilk'. convers-ifo- n in pleasant have turned out twice! The in nadet 'iln'ii they uor.1 itiMtc over to Helm Hall, Ir.telv. Go it, old hoys. where the mocf weevcrnl Mrs. Merchant, of South Frankfort, is tlnwii to as pread. The tahlei weie arII, and ere vi"ititij: Mm. .lame- - Unlclt, of thi- place. ranged in the l.irin ol'the letter All other ijoods handled in their season. Hunters' complete The inpetiiiiT at North Benson Chinch hy the fUil'ful hands of tiMelr.l.y addion the 'JOtii, with only thtee Lucy Hod; it and Mi. W. I'. Thoin, outfits. tion". Mattie Arnold, and fairlv groaned tinder Mi". J. II. Sheets ha? hecti very sick, An mldref- -i of j:i".l things iheir r 3" T T X jl.id to hear that rhe is T T ' i '. ., of welcome to the ;;ne-lr- f win deliveted on 'k -l"VU4 i S 9 hehallol the Cluh hy Mr. .lohn A. Cra'tih of Frankfort, i& on Mrs KateSmither. to h Mr G. Allkon Holland, and it to her father, Mr. Jatnw Shoue, of a of Louisville, after which the following ti,;a 1K.i,.i,horhood. Constant!'.' on hand. toa-t- were given: hu-Kohin.-oiihout com n Mr. W. r. Thorn, Esq. "(Hn intisl;-U g I plied, prul will soon move into his Ha4 Willi foi . Hill, near thi- - plac.-of Loui-'- - ihvellin-o- n Kerpoiifre hy O II. rolhird ville. Tue-datil t. at 0 a. in, the Died Dr. O. D. Todd. "The I.nilitfl'' Mr-- . Alice de e. We dee)lv FOTR CATLL. AZKF hy Mr. Vr. rlop-o- n Sinilh. with the hcrcuved htishiad and little one. Hon W. iJ. Flem-in::- , Our Con;:n.nuin" Mr. Wm. F. Hod''cr- has improved the Sept. 503m ol Loitinville look of hi premi-e- s considerably hy hutld- 1111: "paukmj new tiarn Come a;'ain, hv A. B. Smith, A William. I To th" credit of the youn ceiitlcmen he has cotnu.eimed in ci'.n,-- t IIo'r kiHin2 Irum the it ml that vine as hnni.-h'--d unit H S'ltlStli-.l, im.thf! A oil' splendidly. and the M. & tahle and evi-- lliiii: pas-e- d 5t Be,t piomifrec- to ,i 110 moie .".bout beef. Pnrin;: the time the gue-.t- i were at the talde hsf peace, the ilelihitul init?ic :i" larnished hy new hridtie la "jr.t splendid," a the Our ,helhyIlu Stimj: Band. We forgot 10 ay in our la- that drl Hamilton ua- - the areVmet ai.d Cluh nmnj leturn- - of the Weuih the Capt. Woht. Fox l.iiilder ol'tne aine. Wo aro under ven lea"aiit Mr- -. W. P, Th..ru, and Mr C to O-T-7 Th..C.Xti,inla,T1,e,day;,L;l,.1he g, & U Kj1 M M A liht. ran over two Holland, coiirie.-ic.lm V. shown. .l.w..! 1. 'It.... ol thi t(, ylVi The C'ln frhow of Col. C. E Bowman, them. There wa-- a liltle tritlmjr call with of Ayrietilttiro, took place the com- -, whv didn't they kill t. too? Unfortunately there was no bid tor -, it not he Tue-da- y a'leinoon in fnnil of the Coinmis-"ioii"inj: known in time. olliue, i't the State Hou-- e sard, and When will e hear the la- of the Ash iti.i-"d h unite a iittiiiher of farmi-i"-. mi- 5h land a'dair. If no one i to blame, v. h i'hc fullouii.' named jjentlemeii acted 9 p om it :viy longer, and why does not juiL'c- - and a winded the the premium" :' Gy Black'uun call a court oi inquiry, and 1. tile .Iiiiie W. S Pryor, of Henn; .Iitdtje Hich-1- 1 let the conit Miti.-ti- the blame wheie it be." . i." he to take Ma.) Allen rd I'ei.l, o. Mt. Surlim.'; Hon. I.ynn Boyd, lon:, or Innocent blood h.'is re'0rt ami nothing ol Calloway; Capt..lacob Swiett, blame. one been ."he I, and "VT "Tr j Vt""ii ,4Vy W. A. Uie.-A:oru. , of Shelby: and ? ?! vu '.1 h a nia If', ?. Ale::, .liiliiii. W. H. .Scott Btowii, .si :i . - WW IWPIPTOF v nn 1 flB m m & it m II &: i m m m SI RJI - 1M ii u iJ m m m l Wholesale anci retail dealers in Iti-ri"- ! -.- STAPLE PAKOTT QBOOBRSBS, LIQUORS, HARDWARE. &C, : vales-cent- j fivt-olu-- s c " -- rr o l..JLU0 rn i-y- .jST DS Oli I -- -- Fresh Oysters .Received Daily From Baltimore - Mi-fre- t; clo-e- d e'e-'h- t . . VK. I j... IRE VRMS OI riLL Q&lmWmtUili &tWl 3H: S iVi. ii . -- -- t i n. -- X-- O ed vi.-- An-ti- n s " ., Pro-pe- ?vjP . ct iRd a specialty. y, -- Ue.-pon-- e YOUJf?KL,F - )c E-- q. 11 -- in-la- - -- 111 .IG-CI- ma j. 'l w n f T A. -- -t AND FOE SALE -- oL'ca-io- n, j - Fl ,fTRf?7CT "R l'iM-jriA- e, R! Q Coiiimi-r-ioitc- T ii- !'" V -t i j Jj-- t IV, t k -- !.' & mo -( ul &.B Hi el-- e? Woo-fouCi.-n- l: i.--to e, E-i- . Mi.-.-a- i. ."eventv-lh- e Franklin. Thire were l'u ken he cured with Hall'- - Catarrh Cure, , Poll.J Ili.lil liinR.S (iihei i.ith a vt or plain ot eighty out and the cample- Price 7." cents. interiiellv. J .. 1, for the liMlf folk, 7 j cell's. li.of nereallveiy line. Following ifr Quick Work. the aw aid-- : LARaS ASSORTMENT OP Fir.--t premium $b", U F. White Corn ALSO A FULL STOCK OF "Major Hall;" Policy bl,177, . :r--T ; C'ooiih, Louisville: second premium 10, October 'Jath, li?S2 011 btinied Xovemb'r Ilth ; lS.s-J- ; jiroot filed Nov. il.'.d, IHS'2, payment T. .1. Tiehenor, Little M. unit, Spencer counmade Nov. ty. Ftt.wicroitT, Nov. 21, ISS'J. ptcmium if, W. A. Yellow y Received of the Kenton Insurance lieoi-e- , A I. M. Shelby county; econd otKeiituckv, through Mark Caluu-- e. ! premium 10, PLATED aent ol fr.aiil ooi'nptmy at Fruikfort, K., dollar.-- (5,1100) : Bread Corn Fir-- t premium lf), Critteu- - the sum ol live thou-aa- d iaev SgmI for our Prices before you buy. den beiuj: in full payment and couiproini-eM'ttl- c Todd county ; Siwpiimiuiii inent ot all clai'ui" and dcmiunU lor ? or 10, doe Fuiilkuer. Boyle counlv. (hiiu.'to by lire which occurred on the ilth 1j, .1. diiv ol Novctnbfr, 1SS2, to the puiperty in- Piviiimiii Mixed or Pied Corn a 77 at the fl H m m km ti t.ufed under Policy No J. I!eee, Hei.n county VK. rj9 hf Maiwfaciuring Jeweler. Agency ol.viid company, Frankfoit, Kv i : n Hominv Corn Piemiuui !o, L. .1. Cox, a. x e a .f a n' V i2 k. t.. COUaUier.Ulon 01 cam I'lioiiviu nilanil If?," Wvrk Shop Giiii .W. f AW' Franklin county. Mini Kenton ln."Utance Lo. is hereby insiffi'stf. out! JAuts,', Lexington, A'r. Io, doe Faulk- charged 'orever from all lutther chum by Cattle Corn Pieiniiim oi said llie, lo?s and damage, and the ner, Bo le county. ica.-oSample" which were raifred liom "eed that pojicv is horebv surrendered and cancokd. (.pt.v-tf E. il. TAYLOB, .In., Manor. tool; the premium at the Centennial and ' Bv V. V. Gu.vv. City CUrh. and Irom freed Cincinnati Tin re i" no good reason why every insurD. D. S horn Noiuiandy, weie atuoiit; those able wellim: and its content", even piece exhibited ami in every instance were beaten ol iusniiible larm property, every church, Moek otTrult mid Ornawcntiil w , ' ukai.ci: is college, ASITKUIOK Fruitf, (Irapcvine So Kentucky ic to the scliool hou-- 1:.... ,. by our native corn. ..... OIIIHIllltr, Mum academy, .11111 .....i. .a. i...;i.i;.., 1.1 iiiiimii.j; pillUIC :'vn as mul eier.Mldnt! found in it Pliints, (rout a corn raising State. iiici'diuitdiBC iii Kentucky, o "ituated iwrBory Mtalilii'huieiil. to Dr. T. I.. Taylor.) commU-sloc. should not to bo subject to a .sweeping Reemploy no nr,nt, hut i;ivo our "Buchupuiba." to our old not be insured in the Kenton up to the illrcet to the plunter. We refer Citn ha found at hid office from 81 a. in. to 5 p. WilUcllat the very lowest figures to tho Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid limit it will undertake. 111. ready to do all khuls of dental work nations. Our now cutnlogue will bo tent on 1 upplicatiou. uey, Bladder mul Urinary Diseases. entiio satisfaction of those who may ohoso to Apply to MAHK CALMES, 11. F. lllbbUXMEYO, July 154y mtroirize Uim. DiuggUts. Agent, FmnhfoU, Ky. Lesiiiijton, Ky. i)) 0 tf if-1 11 ftURM, 81.50. Lewis, II. S. Triplctt, and W. L, Collin, ol '3100 Reward Kotl'eied for any case of Catarrh tha t cr.11 t r fw i3UU O -- idnorioiB Stock of f n v Ti. i j- - '1 is W 4w .i.V 'jr. ir?V ii -t For and Winter Wear. w a. c DIAMONDS, t ks 2-- 12: Corn--Fir- st ( 'om-pau- -- SIL7EE WAKE , OT1B W- Ba'BH, l',r lo-- O - I 1 . 1 . , 111 giar - :f 5n;! i -t-- Nobby FBUIT TREES. FALL OF 1882. llrst-el- n CANNOT BE BZOBLLBS. -: Expo-iiion- s, d J. 0. BUSH, Sucv-c--o- 0-.t.- er,r. e, couit-hou-e1 1 . . :de3sttisi W. J. OHIKH, 11.1 -- r n 111 ALL KINDS' OF COAL, FOR CASH! 2. fjifayKWBftfi WJWMWWBi ;ct: Toys at Tom- Own Price 'at GBIFFHf BEOS.' Weaet Week. wjMmn nwm mcsnvvma:in'.rumammmw.'secmt L ni .WW FRANKFORT lJntcrdntthopost-nflloat ROUNDABOUT. isf- - m ocmd cl yrankfort,Kon'vUoky matl'.tbto matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, E33.t.r R,2s.cl. is.'olisls.e; -- -. FRANKFORT, DKCKMHEH 2, 18S2. i.l to-m- or Hcv. T)r J .Tnnp. Intvof U)v villr. at the morning rrc-hytcri- an H-urc- iiim! evcnlm:. Nev-- Paper. Martin W LnUup, hite of the Lo!;in il'e Sunday 'evv., nnd Mr. linrrv Evans, boh of fi'-Morn? Evnt,.-- , of this ritv. have purchased (he nrM.in: uioler il IToa, Den Detrmj- - nndlatidy .y Company, find will ome lime next week begin the of n h Di-pat- eh ued llipMi'siiMM Archer, who linn hep her cniiKiii M'"" Annie1 L. .Jon, colored hoy in (bo ctuplox of Mr. John T Innno, miicli to the resrrel '! e Iluckley wan sent into the cellar ot the old Mnin !ri't jiimiI. Commonwealth Imilritng lor Mite charcoal xt.. w... I'lt.. .....:.. .....i ,... :t. (.... v!. U1JII II ID IIH( iuiiiii. nrv It III in nnd took n coal oil Inmp down will. Inn, ...i ,., v..,.!l.r.l .oin.iv. Mr. M. wll ' lie at the IiUiiji down 01) the pile of eluu- - j,.nL. o n :.- ol ihe conin'r 'nhoji ut Me-c- r. . cool, went tinok tip Main, mul while lie wba Lnhret V (indium'), DiMillciy. ,. :U1 one tho charcoal Iffi: lo creep from Mr- - .la.i. A. Hoilcc petit Sn utnler the lump, when it wns ow luinoil, unlay id'l.t in tliif city, on their way to the ,Miv. II. liitlier, (ho oil ran out, took lire and in u lilile .Mumpinu (.trotiml to vi-Dr. E li. filaek, who ts quite rick. The while the cellar unx full ol mnoko Mr. J Monte Tharp, who bus een n!arm ol tire was ygiinded and the depart-pren- e'i iii Vcm Viriiiui with a c.irpH ol m, r caieij l)1!t( m n ftn. hm:ketof wrUt jilnjjincitfj, Mirvfjiiu: lor a new lailrond, extinguished the ihimcs. It wa rumored the ,tci iiiouiIh, ietur:i"'i home Monhad day. lnnki.ii: in splendid h uilth. oil the street that a Imtrel of esplodn.1 in the cellar, hut (litre wrtt none re re. hh only lire brick, sewer pipe, and chaieoul are kept in i(. Mr. Buckley had November 23th, to In thin cliy, on Tue-iia. . . .. . H lay Mi. Philip tinin oixl wife, ,i iJuuglitor. J"" reeeivul ft Imrrel o! gasoline, lint 'I"-hoei, ' sidewalk and had never r Ho onlerti more than onetnr-th- e I""'In flii city Vo.liii""lay, November, "Oth, not keep that in hiw Lu.'ihb Armii.ii, inf.iut ilmightnr of JtolxTt U. j rel at, n. time and does ui.il .Murv rniiU'i'ii eilnbhthmeiii. but ha it stored Ahotit tliri-- oV'ock Saturday afternoon ft . o u if B r L jwji PKi JT?-- . P f!?3 &'h li 0 -- Id i! yi H ' K ftr7A8 LAltCUi) MEH. VOii SSI ALL ;skk. mil - B i u 4i FOR BOYS. -- A.T THEAaTtnxrtovJvwvMa ntt' ??rinrf . it jpsv. mm 1 ui-i'aa- ed B eonplt wjre'.AWfwy tnov-- r' V. , i.WiW..L."l1" RSXKiinA k; ca-rili- nc i l ... itoij J L S. JT Bsl 0& n Urn M & mkspfi mi Mas? U m k ffkH m: M-f- A ly fi&i - w la Imm Mffi SEISa m yw 5??PM 1 daily paper in.this ciy, The fif.Yn.inry of "the - .MUH..HM w.m. imn. organic ,ion of lhg Cbriatiao Church u, tlii city A fire occurred in Versnilh u,,morrnwwith The church lu-- nn on Thm.Uiviii Dae. A n,.,rro voman I001'1" was o: Raised by revon locked her three children in hop room BlllJ jolv mucin,: from four to ciirht cars old, nil hrol.cn EMer loliti T. Joht.m. ol went nwav to work, it U u,.p..-. nt ' tor unlo at sun ready l.ir mnrl;et, ,iro olTorcd w,, Ht a,,,! El,ipr R S K,l,i' time tw reasonabli Iho children knoeked iheRUneHpe down !1 COLON M, J0NJG3. v".v tV.riIiiiie It '. Mt.ff R c,,'luc,,,S nnd tlm- - et the hou?c on C.e Firmilalt, Kentucky. (nr J'01"" hiU1' m hU Un"" ilo small trnme, il was in full Maze helor- - d- i''Piiimlnp H 111." tltiHu mites fiom Kwinlrl'i' I. . . ' 87, ' i'overel, ninl one ol the cl.iniicn vux luirneil ullu "ikr irjP v&itii.'TKbtZiim t tiiM MW9 m the ("iwetiton 'pike Duriiig the lifty badly mjt.rt ' that it lo deatli, nnoi'ie-s- o Xt3ulr In of its existence the church ha. had in . i will die, and the thud The ji'ias J AND , and ha retill itt'hl ditVerent preacher-.hoiie was totally di'str"U'd wi'i, aii it EaiOr.C STRECT, SOUTH FIWfJKFQRT. ceived into its meinbcivhiii Peven hundred e. ii:h i'ockd. and sixty three lis prfcitt mem sai'saoi: I'.'i atbeHup numbers three hundred and forty-t- o POHK sJ'EAK.5 121 CENTS PKR POUND. The Hoard of U..S. Engineer appointed Il opior promjitly attended to. investigate- tiie conduct ol the work on thrte. dec. the Ktntucky riwr, arrived , thi city' Thr occasion of its flftifth anuiver.-i-ry Sunday mornin(- - on bonrd the Stumor ' xvi'1 '' lull of historic hitereeU. a.nd Eider Hornet, and on Monday morninsf met at the j ,ft,l- "dio orguaised the- church, ami wnait'i JTOI3 for tlie first twentv-fivjearc o( itft IIuBopoaed a now store, ut BLOOMINGTON, Ifotel for (he puip 6e ol heatmu'' iwideiice in --.utatnntituion ofeiiarsre existence, will preach in the forenoon at 11 where, ho keeps a full lino of Gla and Quueo?-warGroceries, Dry Goods, Notions, io.. hich the nru.ageinei t of the work o'clock. A cordial invitation io wetcaded lo lined he solid nlienp for cash. Country produce bv Mv. AV. II. M.lrra !in,l ..;'.. .. nt t) a "II wauled. Nov. 25.3m. city. A number ol witness?", were exThe cellar of the grocery of Mr, L. Tobin amined duiinj thnt day nnd Tuesday morn- - was enterered on Sunday tiiht, and five i.r(i..K STOCK FOR SALE. -, fII f 1 1 1 6 $ -- 1 ! lc neorwn. 10 Horses and 10 Mules, in OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY J. 9 And if Low Prices will sell them wo arc prepared I)o not purchase an overcoat until fco meet you. you have seen our stock, as it will Day you to look at our goods before buying elsewlibre. Al.Vra? ' J ciJr ' m "SOT.T.TW v"'! oon-fuine- d. PEES! tiJ-A- SALT MEATS, pe.-i?on- ci.i ONE PE1CE. LOWEST PSICE. HARRIS & HERRANN. , 2-- tf. -- - TKL1 the NBI6EB0ES l'.cber e SMITH, Sli., - ' e, ipTOP TOP t9 TO THE WAREHOUSE ON Proprietors Arcade. WTpp ; TIIK ? -t ! I I would respectfully inform the citi.cnt, of Frankfort that I have remeved my atock of 1.T a T it T "Z! XT' T". T" T Ciiicitinati, where they will probftbiy :imke by raising the iron grating in front of the up tneir leporl. and eliding down into the coal bin. He then went into the other cellar, .secured A difliculty occurred Thttrsday tho meat, opened a door leading into an at the grocery of Sli Gardner, about a mile alley next the Market-housand left. A a 'id iv half from the city on the Versailles negio by the name of Sfitn Girden, who pike, which resulted in the death of u negro had been employed for one day last week, by the name of George Grayson. Itfcems and bv Mr. Tobin, wafl arrested Grayson owed Gardner, the proprietor ot on suspicion, from the lacl (ht.t he appeared ihe lotty centp, and wj in !i nciosH the street Inle Ihntnifjht asked iiy that iuvividual for the amount, with cobwebs on his hat, and when taken when some high words nrosp, atn (4ra8on down into the cellar hi- - loo: exactly fitted drew a Barlow pocket knile and btaittd the trnel. made by tin. thiel in he eoft clay towards Gardner, paying be won J i;ivi him ol .lie cellar tiocr, nnd n:s fuocs were lorty cents, when Gaiduer nrew r. pistol stained with the bune kind ol earth. and fired, the ball striking (.rayon the Girden - the fiiiiic lellow that, about n rif;ht eye, piiuaing tlirouii the head, and iyear:;o, was loci'i by a Young lady liijden bar-room int, und the olSoei? compodiij the Board piece e of new bucon, hatiih and ijhoulder.", lift on the afternoon train Tacydny for curried off The thief ellected an entrance f. V- n Holiday Presents PHILIP KEPAiKtR Cvjx G-reat- ly vxv ew utwii rjia'i'-fc- " EK(t vztii & Next door to the office of Mcfsts, W, A. Gaines Co., rherc uw.iL'jjt,wy.i.v I am culliuj sK.sasT, the old stock al SELBEET, AfJD ftock of New Goods ccuLtanlly received. ."Reduced 3, e, Cr.ll early if you wish to get the 50 per ccut. reduction in former prices, Dy'--- Prices. E,S I EKGRAVEfl, fino eclectod Hub joEt received n I vy f 'Sj L33 "e. pi JPt4 largo and In all its branches a specialty, May Orders promptly attended to. ! bnr-roa- WATCHES, CLOCKS, aory. bogies. DIAMONDS, JEWLBYS &C, FISH AND. OYSTER DEPOT 1 - will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of upon as a bad man, having in ,er ed a the peui.eutmiy. Ab..ut a yea. take place e.uminiun.tl had a fii38 with nia brotlier i,h! n the row c. . .. teceived a lo:d ol bird shot m lm tiea-- and Personal. rhonldei from a gun in ibi niids of the Mi Annie I, .lone-i- s voting relatives lormcr. at I.JTrnnse ,, Gardner camq in and gav. ...niM.n up, w ii, rj.(l, , A.lnn ., ..::,; and will have his examining trial Monday. frii is .it ; l, of thie'ty, is M:. E F. BeHides all this, it i a (act tint there lvla'iiet. in Chicayo. evry reason tuat e,in posiliiv (hat ,. i ..:.. .ii.. . , " t.... l ..i... ,.r..i...n ' "uu,cn"'1' " ,ure the btatc Capital should come to Xe,,le u""'ue M'"8 and be built right on the iio ol the j Ui.ier !ty ,ii!dinr' Thtrv aie, Mr J. Swi:;it Taylor, of t IiOuiti, is him thir; cit some very nidi peopb in Fi nk'oit, hue' pare? f.Ati,,..l ,, .,,,,. .. tl.Af t..J ,fT . , . . .... Fr.uiKhi.r: Mis een visittn , line now tapuoi ouudjiiir tnut ai ouicr r"!',t,vts "' to have down under a hill on ihe Laiik, of M.-river, hsjcingti". u the p! ..v B ui. Clark, . ' Gnthiii To.Jd conna for it, and we want a Une nottl lo indue, it 1, : visiting Miee f'nir.e Graham tnoome Jieii' and to take care of the in vJr .... a. tl. .vlcCiiire lett lot tie bwi k l . .,...1 .i i.. ' ,,, ,'.1n,'fcil(ii mn.ri.iur .,1.111.1,. i " organized fiori to get tin '0 make an Mr. W. J. Hughes led Moniiay loi apuo. hetc. Ustxiymi Tmnjeripl. , .lubti-o- . Bui it piriked u- - that o., rei Bur, kd p'iiig-- Arkii'icHs 'ior hi.-- , huallh. Mr ImIhi tV Met'iuie nnd uiildrm are son oxieiH which you have lot ijht of, That line new capitol building in abeady v!rtit''' !"" Irenu the Stan.p.nj; Ground. ol L.niiMViJIe, is ii?iiii.t iiri-- . .lliii.-oncompleted, and :t:t "li about thebaiiKu o' a o.--" burst- l;'"; danfilu.r, Mm. S P J':...dr, South "ui.aerahillon Mill tiver, ami iih foundnt .jmh u In;, and K HI,d w'u Ir solid that, like tin. Ii.ilmun ..i k. nil ' Jhur-l- 1f""jr?" a M"rr to Inendp. turned . . Mr" livm in IJi.ion, b liar up W-l-! to-da- y. n s y, term on .. he Uifl nnnir l.pr hcil ni t!n Xf.iriw.'.;linr Urtlcl ni0 er ntQm w mhf. fof lhp 3SPE0TA0LBS, which ho offors UW Staple and 0 ct bottom caah pileos. Osi Sold &nd Silver T&ksn In EzGh&ngo. 11 i u IL r r Fasicy Groceries, Fresli Fruit and Vegetables of all .kinds, Fresh 'Fish and Oysters. sS&T Snint Glu.lv 30-8- ropt. Btreet, DBVanlifort, S-A-L- 3y. CALL AHB SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP 5QHK CCBHER. FOE, i m-m Mur-hul- viaii-in,- - i l,ev-,-r.o- " -- J,,d!cv-Kentuck- in i f m. EIVEIi BOTTOM LAND, M rocenes, FIBHING is vw 13 1 . SIS rsunsu Ksasaj ra &jj s? 11 D -- n-n- t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN r !: I vi-iti- - i Ittf. . . -- - . (Ji-n- i . . . Said fnrin 53 Cvo iniloj from Erankfcrt, on tho Kentucky rlvor, below tho city. Tho Frankfort ft I'lnt Crook Turnpike pnates it on one nlde, and tho Kentucky river washos it on the other. It is composed of uhout CO acres of FIUST-0LAB- 8 uquers, 5Sa sgars, b odsgcos, k oae-hon- e . - - -' . i i I kih1.-u,.i- and the balance osoollun thill TOBACCO LAND. About 40 twrcfl of it i WELL TIMBEJiCF. On St is r. sploudid FOEEIGN FETIIT8, &C,f AM STREET, EX iPRAHKFOTlT, TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, ( TIB STORY 8TQSE IESIIEBBE, i oue-thi- , - two tobneco barnB, stal)lc3, aod othor Bujldoj It is well fenced, and hoe on it ono or two good tenement Iiouscd. l'or terms of ealo consult MRS. LUCY DAVIS, Fnml'fort, Ky., or Kcott & Trench, Attornoys ut nov. t. Lr.w, Frunlifort, Ky. S5-3- Ione but tlie best goods sold -- s very Grocery kept in a shand,thin??for sale at tho lowost .feures alwavs on and First-clas- for rssh. Sept. tn. Wj ot raa leant tup , 11 I . effon"' iuia been made by L,;i'ii'ton every year or tnoi.ii.Ci theprt.aBiili-it- .it !., ncn ana tnc capnoi lias not mid" The furious uhurjje of the M.illigan (hiards, iluriuy the hint Mission yi tin hegis iflature, did not oven shako i Iin t ou - put on worry, eonny, when the enp-towheels it will hardly be u dow;, at the vtllngeon the hank ol the ma jestic Town' Fori:, but will Ut .carried u Keuiiieky'ri metropolU at the K.iljn of the Ohio, where M.t0. .lohtmou reijjueth not, and men fall not down and woih!p Jot; Blntikhuru. , . crobs-ioud- s Ra-tu,- igfunii (,(,nu AIAI-1- a' m - 'iInllp , i IHIHI r Do m n 111,. Tliutsdjy. of jJm,,. IM .;.,1)ni,,i JlilS'J it JL ituwliilj liLililliHil plock in i MK p 11Jitf e,Wt Ut V IS.wa 1297E m S K x: r. 1 ft H i I ill LiU II lie llae just recoived his full and Winter of Mrs. Ann Kuvsell and daughter, Mi-- a May, have retitrtu to the city in,l taken room. at Mrs M .1 Guhu-Mr- STAPLE A.TCD "PAKCY r Janus Hoi man jr ;!( , for Louif-vil- le Tuc-d- moriiii Mi.- - Mih M.dl and tu mhi tier MtjlciH, CheniLmm ud Mrn M. 1. (ieorce, who has been visiting relatives in iImh city fi s. eral weeks, to hor home in Chicago lafat week. Mrs. nnf fgfTiWTJ un uuu nir Q Ota- - Has already recoived all tlie novelties in fall SOTTING AHB TBOWSEBIffG. fll ). vj OOMS AH25 SafiAV-HI- " OXJB, 03a5MS3a. Meek, and dnuhter, of For K cough, are iiting Mti. B V. Meek in city. "Hough on Elder P. K Fall and wif. have moved Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flics, anU, into the cily to spend ih winter. Thev t.kunlta, 3hipmunks, yopl.ew. have Toonib in ihe house uf Mrs. A. B St. Clate 'inc. JJruggisto Lew it). Nov. Mon-taru- i, bed-btiy- J. r F. Tilton. ,, Mia Addie kttcst styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned hat thid Call and eoe him at Svigert's old urday. Leave your packages at the store. stand, NOTIONS, 20 cases of the very Inst ready made clothing just opened, all tlie &C. Street, Frankfort, Kentucky CRUTCHER Main Street, Frankfort and Lcxim'ton, STARKS. 3 'fw.vffitBSWzaKgKWKWwggff.wgtA'.i. In order to close out arWfreraj:grjr:3LcfcMWjai;u,aqp osar stools, we will sell Toys at smy priee, Griffin Bros rjrlMKimcmmK'Km.iemusi'X'mM hiimw FJIAjNKFORT FKANKFOttT, llOUNDABOUT, DVlOfiMBKn 2, 1BS2. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, Octobsr 6, the following & N. It. U, far tine table will bo In effect on the . . this iflint. TRAIKO KOtmi, Leave Leave Arrive at Louisville. Frankfort. l.ovintoni No. IS. . ;:co a, m. !3 10:57 A. M. A. M, No, 20 . 7:26 p. M. ItlOJ t M, 9:53 '. M. r.- -$ Vo. as . i8 r. m. i'. m. 2:35 I'. M. . Vo. r. arr. tit t rAnkiortetjo r. m, 5:151'. M. I. . TUAiwa fiotmt. Arrive at Lave Louisville. Frankfort. No. 17 . . . 8:15 a. ft. 10:53 A. i.t. 7:00 a. tt. No. 23 leaves I rnnkfott (5:o a. tt.arr. Lou.o'.to a. m. No. 19 . . . r. J.t. t'. M. 6:40 r. M. 3!,o 4:10 No. at . . a'.ij r. it. 5:13 1: ft, t:to r. M. Leave Lo).iti;ton. . Train No. 1: makes rouncction for Cincinnati, ar. 7:1s, p. in, Twin No. 23 makes con section for Cinclmia I, nrrivinc; tltarc at tatij, p. m, ,1;, s connection from Ctic5nn"l', leaving Ko. 14 in there r.C 3:07, p, in., arriving at Frankfurt at 8:30, I', m. n. I'. 11RVAN, ARcr.t. mini; thereat LI85EST The first anow of the rtfternoon. inftf. hv illB . CinHB COUNTY Gcatson foil Tuesday Another wedding has been ae. for tho 7th Madame Humor. The firm of Ibiilv A Calvert, procrc, on Mnricct htrcet, has dissolved. Mr. Calvert retire?. Rev. a- J. pn.-t-or V. I'iil-I-i prencfie Pret-hyteriu- n i hiH lu&t ?er-fli- oa y of the ill this cits last Suudnv Chttruh Mr. Win, T. M.ieou died i at hi-- s e on Holmes street, Wednesday nijiht, after lingering illniss ol ahout a year. 11 .,. The Dudley IiiMiiutc has len removed from the Reynolds properly, in South Kr.U'kfort, to the residence ot' Col. Urown, on Wilkcrson Htieet. , The latest Pt vie. or qundrnjde plated ail - j (7nr Bargains Attention iu called to '1 0 article headed CozipusQ quick work, in another column. Tlic Iven-lo- n vqrwnre tu rump .uioeri b, tno jowcier. it a home company and till money paid Foil Ralh. Two large Imoe burner to it ia kept at home. f hIovoh, suitable for a church or school v nrs Ki Judjic Mnjnr litis 0 tiled n special term of house. Can be wed for either coke or the Circuit t'outt, In hejjiu n:i the firt Mon- authracilc coal. Apply to 3ol. flarria. day i Juuiiury and continue twenty-fouLord for ealc at wholesale orrctuil by C, juridical days, for tin trial ot criminal and Vv Fined. uhnneerv faces Foil Ralk. A good building lot, 45 by JIv. Ktaul: Short, who hn hern eotifined 200 feet, located on Scnond Btreet, SJouth to hio hod for the pi-- t the or nix years, ,F. Vbite-houalli-- i tlrl'd on Weilneday night funeral Frankfort. Apply to Mm. M' 'd1 1?" -- Tr.ro AI took place yeateiday miiriiing rom the J .1. AJJ, VI ML'. -. GO Catholic Church. Don't forget every irtiole purchased at my store engraved fico of charge, Philip Mr. dame:? Gildioim and MIhs Lizzie D'Conuov, n popul m yoni' eimple of thic Sclbcrt, the jeweler. o city, were mnrried Weiltielit afternoon at oix Foil Rent. A houae containing the Catholic Chiurh, Rev. Father L. Young roouia, located on Clinton utreot, near Washalrso iifiieiatiii. The happv pair left on the 1M2 ington. Apjdy to Tho Lee. EH tinin i'or a sdioit luidul tour. The proom in one of the clevere-- t tellow in the world and Thofiucsfiiiiieof Jlauuela in tfto i , of the handa inii'i young ladies citya4GWran Ur&s. has won one in tliij city for hi htide. Slav their l Philip Selhert, the jeweler wp.tchmakcr lie one of continued littppine.-s- , life and engraver. During the p: eMiler.ee of ibe recent fire A piano. Apply ut this Fon on Main treei Mta. .iohn lUiltzel lot the following auiclf) which are valuable to no ofiice. one elce Imt herself, and which she prises Three grand prisea will be given to my highly on account of "oine ot them being patrons on the first Thursday in January. heirlooms ami .the oth'T keopxakci : A PHILIP S3LBBRT. t prnno !e; and peddle, iwo walking emeu, one Nice freab lard for eale by tho tierce or black with a white head, and the other with 'b. &H a silver plate upon the head, bearing the pound at Fin eel t .ff- initials of .1. S. M., a large Fop. Sale. A residence ou tho Vereaillcs lilted with etigtavin:" mid ii book entitled pike. Apply at this oifice. having either "t'iolden Truihii." Any pert-oof the above article- - in their possession will otioh. Philip ,Selbert, the Jeweler, confer a gieat lavor upon the owner by engrave! all nrticle.H wold by him free of Sept. 30.3a either letuniiu.- them to her or leavini charge. them at thii otiice. HANDKBROHJSFS iu endkao variety at Griffin Rroa,' to Skinn: Men. a line of xSJ3Tlfi.i. Goods Which Soil ThomsQlves, pS: o ?s O 'K&.'r is $ nt' r .fflH58s. Vji-jfy !Skir r. 5w o crj & r--d r O IsJ HH e. The cheapest plaoo in the city to buy Notions, Grlass-warS Fancy Gooo.s,frrA mt. xtt nw a Knoiro.c China,a :: ta UlC'lViA tl'i J JVU.DJ.HJ UU. fVAICVIJ. Ohromos, Miryors, Easels, Bracltets and O Frames, Bird Gages, Whips, Walking O Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Oarfcridges, Stao tionery, Scnool Bags, Slates and Straps, miscella neons articles too numerO ous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in front of our e, . 0 r. ! '- YV 3 w t?d -d o -d v ft kJ t at 13 score wed-ilui- O -- FRTTEPS and VEGWABLBl 0TSTEES AMD FISH. d o WE ALSO M?E A HICS STOCK H -- FEEWM Vm Uac3a . CANDIES. W n Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old O stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, A 8 VI tJ Hd - 3 IAHTA, O P3 CO h We Strive Hake "Wi'UV Ilealih Uenewer" reitoreo health Mr. Ilimh R. Ayre-tMessrs. Whitesidea & JifcEwau are preand vigor, curefi Dysju-piaImpotence, the work nt Lock 'So. 2, hu- - heeti trans- Sexa! debility. $J. pared to do all kind3 of upholstoring aad . ,, . ferred to Look No. 4, jtwt below thin city, J matrcBs repairing. Ktamjiing, pinking, and Potuh Kenping- where he uil! make a survey for futther No trouble to ohow gooda at Philip improvement.-- and repairs upon the dam at ton work neatly executed by Mrs. W. G. Goodwin, Third etrcet, Poutb-Ride- . Selbcrt'o, the jeweler. that point. h:.v;ii- Customer a Permanent Ono. 3 V, -- - , mm STOYES Tlc.3 i- -i ) arennau T. BUCKLEY, BOBBEDSWs8?! nappmess ana health the jTmnfJt rrnn iiiiiiin iwv.muiA un AEB DEAI.R3I IN TO-WAE- 'dmiy jscquency of ,illiIIlory ,, pvropoTKH.jM-zrt- j restored ny use of v'j3 proiongqa, . " v ijreat k ft E,! Some oi the finest Irish potatoes wo have Boxes of prepared candies at Weitzol'e. -ever seen were raised thin year by Mr. Chas. Fine assortment of clocks from 1 50 to They were bis 01 thi-- i county, 0. Newton, $30 CO at Philip Si.lbert'e, the jeweler. tirft crop and if If continues to succeed iu futuie no farmer in tho county can Fon EnsT The property known ab St. heat him. .. npi Elmo in South Frankfort. ITouric largo Jlr. Chas. S. Taylcfr, jr., of the Yeoinau and convenient, good stable, cow lot aud Bindery, while nEsietiug iu puitinc up a s'nrueu. j.nnfv in TiFra Tipttio .Tntt cutting machine iu that establishment Tuesday morning, got the forefinger of his Rhicl: and white cake constantly on band ritrht hand caught between two cog whoela at Weitzel's, and hud the first joint cut off. Fine solid gold headed caueo at Philip Mr. W. J. China loit on Umulav, from Selbert's, tho Jpweler, milk fever, his fine registered Jersey cow, o- She wn3 a Belle of Patterson. 5fiti4. Fop. ?.r,K. A double k ekiff. member of a latuily that io now nearly Will be sold at a bargain. Apply to C. A. (Xlinct, and was valued tit :y2,Q0O, Mr Nelson. Ohinn eohl a calf of ber's not long dincc for Christmas tree ornaments of all kinda nt 5000. Weitzel's. Messrs. GrifHn 3?ros. have on hand u large stock of toyo, which they have deterKing's imectaclcH, tho best in the market, mined to Hell off at tiny price, regardless of at Philip Selbert'B, tbo jeweler. cost, iU3 they have determined to quit that " branch oJ their business. U you want to Mr. Jnmrs O bbon?, formerly of the buy BOinctliiug ol the kind for your children White Cmok Salooii, haH recently opened at They will open their Mr. U. S. ElliV old Mand, on' St. flair ;iO aud eee them. neck on Tuesday ue.it. Htreet, a drinking establishment, which lie ha dubbed the Turf, where ho Co., hai reopened their Mcktos. Leu keeps cmitat.tlv on hand the finest wines Itvery btable in the stihh-athe foot of aud Jivpmis, and will be found constantly at hladi8yu street, in the ie..,' of Mrj. McKeir'a hi? post ready to wait upon all his friends residence, recently ereoteii by Mr W. T. " wh" mav call and .ne him. (Jaines, where they can at all tituerf luruiab the Tiublie with caniaj;i. bugieti and Aa the Christmas holidtivs are approachTheir telephone number and ing you will'liegin 10 look h round in a lew horte1! nil orders received in that way will receive davH for a nice present I'or your pweetheut prompt ni cation. or a Iriend, tun! you will lnd n large n t setu of jewelry, of the bftudiiome-- i In wiaoflof fire, where tho alarm is f'tmt in diiimonds, etc., at tho Singer Machine by telephone, the perenns who give t!ic alarm ofiice, co: utf in Main and Ann streels, are requested to give the location ol the where irf-tJ. F. Ponder k Co., of Louit-villhouse on fire, and not the number of the have opencil out t.n'i uf line gootU telephone station i'tom which they ate talkju.-Hiiitud to the oefB.,,11'1 Cull and see ing. When ouly tho number of the htatinn them given the firemen have to run ever the o o Two rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mro. M. H. ilcKee. jest rvoclved a larjo P otoek of base burner i-- i. TW i &3 A . X S. 1M Vj H1 Wijln Wr Uj A J 1S W ell Nieo iino of hosiery at griffin. atCU Bros. The beat eelected fitock of watches, cloek&, diamonds, jewelry, spectacles p.ud silverware iu the city at Philip Selbert'a tho eler. jew- in 11 - THE "TT fl VJ' JL-J-l- f FOU SOFT COAL, &s loss of cnergv, loss of universal lassituue, pain in tnc uack, mew nc-- s V .'J i of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature l,rave. tWSend for circulars with tssiimcnlaU lire: Dymau. INVIUUKftTOK is sold at Si or """. "VN "V" a I Pcr box' free ,,:c toxes for v5, by all druggists, or will by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of J- -i I price, by aacrcssiiijr F.J. CHENEY, 113 Adann St.. i'oledo, Ohio, Solo Agent for the United State For sale by A1W CTJ J V IT- - uo 01 Ji"0""' i 4 JOSEPH THE WEST POINT! JTOS& EZABS3 Also tao colebratcd LeCOMPTE, Druggi3i, i Ciislimem nt rock bottom prices at &riilln Bros. o FlaunoJs extra cheap at; Qriifin Brosi. Engraving neatly executed Seibert'e, the jeweler. OAXj, JIHB JL NOTICE. USUAL THnilSDAI AFTERNOOiS oscreifea at tho Kentucky Instltuticn for tho Sduoati m r.nd Training of Feobl'j MlndoU Childroa wilJ hurcat'tor tako phrco every Friday afternoon frou 2 to 4 o'clook P. M. Tho a is opou for visitor3 at any time whan taoat convonienc for thorn to attend. JOHN Q. A. STBWAKT, Suporintcdcnt. ItjBtl-tutio- oar-loc- . AKD SPLENDID COOK ST0VHS, at Philip whlcli ho la selling very lorr, - FAVORITE! l PULL BT0GK OF Tin-war- ttialiraeres at rock bottom prices Tot OASH OnljS Cheap e Oot. 7-- tf. atGrifliaBrflu. Solid silverware, tteriing Selbeit'a, the jeweler. flno, Fisi Ginlyjb k Ui Aug. o ! at Philip -- Nice lino of hosiery at Trillin Bros. Initial pine, bangle rings, Jace pins, uccf;-luce- 3 CONSTANTLY OH HAND, A farm of good bottom land, containing 93 acres, woll improved, with good orchard and out houeop, Joeoted within it half uillo of tho Owon-to- n piko, on Main Elkhorn, and within the sarao diotnnco of two churches, mill and dohool house, Id olTored for oalo nt a bargain. For information apply to H. 0. OHUECJH. !' firit-oht'-- 1 l and lockets, and everything usually found in a first cbws jewelry elora at Philip TH NOHIS tiv,U-tf- . Selbert's. r on adjoining farm. m M (IDU 2g-3- 5 SPECIALTY clicsipcst Hue oi' BARGAINS Jeasis in tlio city ia at Griffin Jros,? , Iittrgest and Clair etrect. IN GROCERIES prloc3 W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY Philip Selbert. the popular jeweler, St. for grooories v. hen yoa eaa yo Xu Don't grutablr. about hard times or high DRY GOODS, PIQUQSS, . ...- ;ort-meii- t Jeans axtra choap ai GrlfSn Bros.' JAS HEKM1TS, SOOTH FRAMKF0R7. mm 5 SUSSffiBL I cordially Now luvitn you to call and examine wy and Froab Stool: of Goods. JCY v. e, 11 .t . h( it n3t of stt.tiona to find what part ol town Mr. A. G. .Jellpri li i purchased ot Mr. tiie fire ia in, and delay in getting out h . T. Sialen his milk stock, t;ood will, cauoed thereby. etc., and will hereafter run the dairv which ha. bvvrt 1'jmlueted by Mr. The following are the candidates tor Staten for the last five o: sdx years. He Councilman to be voted (or today, three to has pureh.'ised the old W W. Stephens lie elected from each ward. on ihotiootyeimvn pike, where he First Ward K. 11. Taylor., jr Geo. C. property r conducting nod Hi c hard has the verv ber-- t iai-Drane. Minus Willmnw, the biibinete properl.. and will give entire Tobiu. K. C. satiufaotion. Mr. Mnek Niiyer- - will have Second Ward- - Lewis Mimjjiui. ml will be Church, John E. Mile. d. L. Sneul, and charge o! the delivery wagon found a polite and ticeoinnio. luting gentleJ'etcrSower. Third WarilJufl G Dudley, R. K. man. McCliire.dohn Meagher. Ur. U F. Huvall.j 51. Mtdrew Salender, and .la?. W. Ilellner. do--)budi-ucrb , ' ; - MAIN STREET. Fiitunois extra ckeap at Griilln FRANKFORT, And buy 3 packages best Arbuckle SopIMf. liroa. Coffee for 50 cent'-- . WM. CROMWELL, JEJAKS AND HEAVY COTTON very cheap at Griftia 2 lbs. Green Coifeu for 25c. Aftornoy-at-Law- , --c. II " Brown Sugar " $1.00 of fine watciie- - at Philip A full Selbert's. the jewolor. " LOO 0 '; Leaf Lard 13-- 0.' t. Aud all other kinds of Grooorios iu pronortion, J cheap at Ctrifliu Bros.' Desirable rosideucc On Holmes For information apply to Mm. C. street Prentiss, on the premises. A. Kon est feclectiou ol clocks iu Philip Sell ert'.i the jeweler 11 :tlso Motion? aud Furnishing Goods. Sxu. JV&B. Oct. 7- - asssssarsr Will practice In thoconrta of Franklin and tho adjoining eonntios, and will iiIbo give sjicoial attontion to tho purohaeo and salo of real ostate, collection of rent-'- , claims, and tho negotiation of loan3. Offico opposito Court House. June 2j-l- y. in S. F. Smith, 31. 5. O. A. V. JJkov;:","m. r" t the fill all For Sale., A Valuable Franklin County Fnrm, i Drs. Smith & Brown, 11 The finest liucGfilatmels city at GriiKn Bros, in tko Amionnceaeut. anthoriod to uaaoenco XAT. P. l'Oll-TF.of H'oodlotd county, fotmcr traveling iicut fur tho old Ti.titsylvuni.i Prlutlii Oompany and thoYouniiu Otlu-o-, a u candidate for Ucistcr of the band Ofliou, subject to the notion of the Democratic party. ; in h JlallV Catarrh Cure is taken internally. act directly upon tho blcod and the Price 7fic. iiiiaioii-- biirface.s of the fystom. Foroale by Jos. I.eComple, .South Side. 1 Leave orders at J. Itaniu'K i'or 0.vstors3 Celery ami Turkeys i'or Sumlny Wo aic K, tarm ior sale containing U acres , 10 acre suitable fir tobacco, buld jurni 13 situated one mile from Pcak'j .Mill, and half OHcc and rcjidunconoxt dor t.. tho Baptlt mile from turnpike, tfuot3oldby tho tlrit of Church, St. flair strocf. March It will bo rented for the year 1SSU. Tuero .iro ou tho premi.jc a good l)welliu(;i & lTuiue, ll.irnts, stables, Ac, good Orchard, plonty oi v atcr aud ivoli tuubored. t A. Jaokion, Hausa, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. For furUuir partiviil.irs, apply Peak's Mill, r the iindersigned ,t Sholbyvllle, Decorntive l otter my f Surgeons, ITTtBAINrKXj'OJRT. KY. Physicians it' , EGBERT SON, A,r;, ) dinner. W. P. ROACH. Nyv. It lia. a speciality. attended to. Paper Uau"iii" " ill be promptly Orders left at AcrilFN drug , tore 1 !Bit ,' H- - Gteiffiu FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. A Eros Toys are to he Bold regardless of Pric". NEW PI.ANXM MILL. Z7Vzvj?sr.vrvun'ji:ax.T!!:zsK h ,v wwpw fTTT 1 -- I'uiMiant to n call issued, i tnoetin of c.itii'.ens oiio.uu'i to tin use of whisky ivntl money in our city uni! county elections was held at the Court HoifeTucpdny nijjlit. On motion of Mr. K. Hnun, Her. ,), ). Tliarp win culled to the chair unci II. fi. Mntlern Appointed Secretary. E. P. Hr.vnn. .), X. On motion, Onitcher, and E. A. Fellmer were appointed "who reported a committee on 1 Me-st-- -. lie following Jiciolved, That we deprecate the me uf intoxiuatiii): liquor or money in onr elections. Believini: thnt it has heen the source of much unwise lei-latioand has for many years controlled our -- elections of puli-lioflicers, we are firmly of the opinion that the time has come for u to declare that we will not ote for nor -- uppoit a candidate who hrinjjs to hia aid either liqu.iy or mone to advance hia interests, and that we declare l n, e oar uuqunlilied condemnation of all undue means for election of candidates to any ollice, believing that representatives of the people should he selected for their sobrietj. litne..s foroflice. and entire cleanness from all cliques or jobs. K. P. BUY AN, .1 N. CUCTCHEU, K. A. L'ELLMElt. by teveral The meeting wi adiire-Pe- d gentlcmcu. On motion it was ordered that the proceedings of the meeting bo published in the city papers J. 'B. THAJtP, Ciarin. II. G. M.T7t:n.v, Secy. The meeting would have heen largely at tended, but for the fact that mane person went to the Court Uoue in the early part of the evening, fourd the Chancery Court in session, and thinking there was to be no meeting went away. The court adjourned about eight o'clock, when the above proceedings took place. has destroyed your seri'e of Rmell and hearing, Hall.-- . Catarrh Cure will cure you. 7f cents per bottle. Druggist t. I C Catarrh Belle Point. Mr. Ed. Brawner and family have moved back to town. Airs. Lucy Conner, of I.ouiswlle, i'p relnthe.s here this week. Mr. duo. S. DavU has rented rooms from Mr. Jar. Moore, and moved in. Mis Nannie Stivers- tinted relative in the lower part of the county ln- week. Mr. Ciia. I Niekol.-- visited lelatives in Woodford county the lir-- t of the week. Mr.-- . W. II. Netlierlon, who hti.-- hren quite ill for some time, i impiovim: slowh. Mi,s Liie Penn, from the Plea-ai?ited Mi. Rhine neighborhood, Nannie Stivers Monday. Mr. AV. II. Lewi- - has purchased of the Jid. Burn heir- - a lot on Kentucky avenue, adjoining Cup' S. V. Pence's property, lor cash. r- Maggie Deniore! Miwho ha-- , heen Mriting the Mi at Lake Park for ome lime, returned to her home in New - -t nt ' -- .Iciey Mir-oii- Wednc-jday- . Mr. Sid. S. King, who ha been on a three ucekV visit to relatives in Illinois and ruurned in time to eat Thank-giv- ing dinner in town Thur.-daOn dink nights the btrcet lamp on the avenue i cornel' of Kentucky and kept lighted by Mr. . L. MeKee. who has the bfot wishes of many mghth pedestrian'". y. 13e-o- The annual election of Ihe Councilmcn to represent she people of Belle Point for the It is ear 1883 come off Januarv tJth. probable the riitne Council will be ic elected. d l sawing The Champion week, having cut ince lor this season lneleven thousand live hundred .January log- -, making H.olOo-'Jfeet of lumber, being an increase ol nearly a million feet over Inst season's, work one sjiot a About three weed;- - ago very valuable hor.c belonging to .Judge W. L 'Pence through the hock joint of the lelt him! leg, and he i now in a very had conHe was on Mr. Geo. Macklin'b dition. pasture at the time he was ho', it was done between Saturday night and Monday morning. Saw-milfini-he-t lt -- ' Captain S. V. Pence infoim me that the stock in the People'- - Kentucky Hiver Company ha nearly all been taken, and anyone that lias not subscribed and wishe- - to do so, can find stock books: at the D L link's grocery, lollowing place-- .; I'eiguson tt MeekV Machine shop and .J He al-- o M. Wakefield's lumber ollice Hays that the dividend denied fiom this, company will not be less than 10 per cent, if managed properly, hesiihs the extreme low tate ol tnight it will afloid shippcis. Now Captain Pence, ihe originator of this enterprise, is well and favorably known to the people along this liver - a man of untiring busine-- s energy, and in eveiy way capable of taking charge of thi enterprise and making a grand Miciei-- of it. The people along this river, who have been gouged long enough by high freight, should encourage Capt, Pence in getting up this to the capital company by nock, and by o'herwise lending their aid to a company whose motto shall be "low rates and cheap transportation to till." Nmi-gationsuh.-cribi- n SAMUEL MIIiJ.EK. 1 violenth. thought the-- e troubles weic (Paste)!' of the Pre.-b- v terian Church ) il.e lestilt ol mnlnria, and I Heated them accordingly, but I got no better. Shortly In view, therefore, of these facts and with afterwards my stomach beenme di ranged, a hope that all who read thi? may tal i my lood failed to digist, and the lluid- timely warning. I make this nppn statvtut nt pas-v- d were of a peculiar odor and color. freely and for the good uf my lellow men And et did not realise that these things Sincereh, meant an thing serious. Finally I cnnulted (Ilr.v.lE. D." HOPKINS. a number of eminent pbsiun., each one East Rkhord, Vt Nov. 7, ld82. ol whom took a different view as to the cutibc ol my tioubleg. One aid I was Capt San. Goi'ia now has on hand about from brain dte:i-e- ; another spinal 2 000 voting water maple shade trees, three ditliculu; othei- - heart iiHection, kidney My sjuipionis were terrible, and and four years old, which he will set out at etc in the hope of rebel was cauterized, cupped, low prices, and warrant to live. and 'objected to almo-- i every kno'w a form of treatment, liming one of Me-iMedov it C'oll.ns purchase a few these attack, while at Hut Bank, N J., a plnsieian vt- - called, and left a pivseriptiot . davs "nice from Mt. W .J. China a yearling Alter he had gone, I requested a friend to lillv bv Lever, a weanling bv Ten I'lVeck go and ask him what he thought of my brood mare, alhe Harper, by trouble. The reply was; ' Oh, lie will be and the The latter - stinted to Blue Eye-- . till light in a few ilinv; it only an attack wa" at once in Price- - private. IKof delirium tremen-.- " formed that thi- - was impo-siblhad as never used any kind ot intoxicating dunks; Messrs. W. .1. it W. II. Lewis sold on whereupon he returned, made inquiries and Saturday, to Mr. W L. Collins, a line y cuBut all the care ehnngcdjiis ol my Irieuds and physieiau availed noth- lling filly by Ten BiO"ek, fust dam by ing. grew worse and what is Planet, second dam bv Autra!ian, thinl most teitiblc to think of, I "did not know jdatn by Lexington, for ?,(!() Mr. Collins what ailed me, nor could I liud any one will place her in charge of Eli Jordan, the w no did. During tlie summer and fill of lnt year celebrated trainer at Fleetwood Farm, who my pulse ranged from 120 to lfJOper minute will doubtle- - have her in readi.te-- s to tart had tio relish for food, and was indeed a in ome of tlie spring lace.s. .Judging from mot pitiable object. 1 continued in this her bleeding will be heard Iroin on the state until hist December, when I became tuif in the nest vear or two. I unconscious and lost my reason, though had two physician in whom myself and friend placed implicit confidence In this condition uns taken to Brattleboro, V:., for the purpose of being placed in the insane I remained theie until last Aptil, being attended all the while by my faithful wile who necr left me and "bclievtd that some diseae and not n the ca'ie of all my liouble I regained in Match la- and upon being taken rehome. The advised that d main, but I upon leaving, nml we Brown's Iron began the journey, traveling Jowly, i is one of the very few tonic at the dock b a liiend whom I recognised and then I became again iincon-siou- s medicines that are not comand remained so for over a week. posed mostly of alcohol or When once more tecognized tin friend whiskey, thus becoming a and knew m surroundings deteimiiitd to fruitful source of intempertry, as a lust a treatment ol which I had heard much but knew nothing Neither ance by promoting a desire myself nor friend- - mid much faith that it oi for rum. anything could help me. but we to the try. We accordingly gav.e up all other .renu die, and I Brown's Iron rejoice to say Hint with the Ides-in- g ol Him I am is guaranteed to be a a well man; who guided it vigorous for many yeni, having not been stimulant, and and I owe it all 10 the wondeiful, almost it will, in nearly every case, miiaculon power of .truer' Sate Kidney take the place of all liquor, Cure, the remedy which I and at the same time absoYou can well imagine how grateful I miift Icll under the circumstances, and, like lutely kill the desire for e earnestly a new convert, that all whiskey and other intoxiwho are should know a'd avail cating beverages. themselves of thi- - mean of recouiy. Had been for the remedy above unincd 1 it not should doubtle-- s now be within the wall ol Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of an asylum or in my giave. The great v, trouble with my casewis that no one seemed the American Christian to know what I was nfflicud with, and I m says of Brown's Iron that thousands of people in Amer-,eBitters: are in the sameor asiihilar conCin.,0Nov. 16, iS8i. dition, and do not know - cause. Kulnev Gents : The foolish wasttroubles are the most deceptive of all ing of vital force in business, diseases. They have no symptoms ol their pleasure, and vicious indulown, but often show thesunptom- - of nearly gence of our people, makes I know that peoevery known complaint. your preparation a necessity ; ple are living every day from supposed conand if applied, will save hunsumption, apoplexy, heart disea-spinal dreds who resort to saloons complaint, and many other when. for temporary recuperation. could the rial cause be known, it would ce found to originate in the kidneys. In their advanced stages kidney troubles are the Brown's Iron most terrible of all known maladies, in m has been thoroughly tested own ."experience can (ally virify. That J hud Blight's diea-- o of the,kidueys iheie can for dyspepsia, indigestion, be no doubt. That the symptoms were biliousness, weakness, debilthose of many othe: diseases is cqunlU ity, overwork, rheumatism, certain, and that I was doomed to a terrible consumption, neuralgia, death had J not been saved as was, am The following letter just liver complaints, kidney conlirin this; troubles-- , &c, and it never Vi:kmont, Asvi.vm foi: tub Insaxk, fails to render speedy and Biurri.ooito, Vermont, Oct., 30, 1882. J permanent relief. JUv. E. I). Hopkins: Dkau Sih: Yours of the 21&t inst. received. We congratulate you not only upon Ihe continuance ol your health, hut also upon its npparent continual improvement. J 1 -siif-fetin- g lis-ea-1 bli-tered Few persona, I think, have parsed through so exnatisting evpoiionce as you and rallied 1 from it. one wh Prom the Asylum to the Bo&om of came to it Certainly cannot recall davnnnd i in rr uitical, ami for His Home How it Done. weeks in ?o hoped? a stale lor imendment as voti, and who survived and recovered from it; for I think, you innv now consider A prominent minister residim: at the ctiM voitMelf recovered and no lunger on the ha lift made the following tUatetiioiit, convalescent li- -t Hoping for the continwnieli - herewith leprinted entire: uance of your present health, with the best To the Editor of the Herald: wishes from all here, I luue alwiiH shiunk from appearing I am, vours truly, prominently belore the public, but a cn-- e .1. SKA PER. I owe humanity arn! the world of the ilutx Oconic X. .J., Nov. 2, h2. prompts me to k this oportunity tor My Dkau Fkm'A'U. Heplvi'ig to your letmaking a brtvf -- tatement in voiir paper. Whether it be tine with others I ifhnnot ter 1 would sav, I have been icqnainted sin, but dating my entile life I Inu fre- with my highly valued liiend, the Kev. E. quently nVen that pomt thing was I). Hopkins about eighteen months, trid I slow and sileuth woiking to undermine very intimately acquainted for about six For a little more than live my health and lite. What it was 1 could month pa- -t tell, but ihtifsoine enemy ol my being months he wa an inmate of my houc. .and not wa devouring me within I was certain. At we enjoyed contaut inteiconrse with each times I would win comparatively well and other. When lie cime in April last he was then I would be attacked with the inol dis- almost n, perfect wreck in point I of health. tir to die, would l"el peculiar I thought he hml comiv ton tressing Mtnptciuis. - in Miumm part.-- of my body, inv head Soon afterwnids he began the ns ol some paino II. II. Warner A: Co ' leiiK-lii- s, iiamdv : hiiou-would seem luavj, m ; the Safe Kidney and Livir Cure, Safe N Inone day ratcnou mvapptlite would and Safe Pills. From almo-- t the time and 1 would loathe tood the day following. Then again 1 would loe all intete-- t in life: he began their Use his improvement was would teel weary without exertion; would very marked and wonderful, and when t us, altei having taken some two dozen become sleipy at mid-daand nt y night. my bren thing would bo bottles he was like a new man. The labored and m luart almo-- t mutionle", change was the most remarkable I ever wlnle at other lime" l would palpitate witnessed. MINISTIlirH ESCAPK. vns " wr mj4rwi'-nii mwjw ''STBPSS f3nMBRittH -- tt Cl II I'Vliif : !J. f I ! 3H. WAKEFIELD n.Med to hi IflUME W JlffiE Unvl,1Rm'cnt,J First-Clo- w KrtablWiment Pinning alii!, m, t0 fl,rnish a i- .,. V. w.,-v.- l.. ':. .'ITiuALSB JJV PHTTUICIAKS. u n)w h,n,Js of 3ntn lo a-- Thront, ivitnteon IHTKBALI.V.nBlJ art OIWCCTJ.Y lilJOn xno uionn unn ' ' ! ' ' ., ' M ' W WtM.0 Voh?5T5S MAY alono. 7 charao ' Scroll Work, Stair Work Gotten out M.-v- con-cioi- K mbl WiftWfla uufta iw wefltttt SariN 'i7E MABXvKTSEa any And wo otter Orm Kundrad Oollara for Coao of Catarrh tt will not Ouro. XVILTj CVl'.K ANV CASK. Cnrcvnn, 111 , Jutie i, Ifcf.y. f ZUsrrr F. J. Cheney .1 Cn , Toledo, O. t In liiftrralni: you Oetillfvitn I !lco th:-aai'J t I lifteIv.jiy Kvll"on! i itArrh ire. It In -- fid don't hesitate to ' cr.rcilnn' tpjfen wiV tl.a: It will earVi trulr, ttropci If. J U V?c.vTHi.Rroan. iilrr-fu.-- ttiTj uiriRnuii for It, for 1'X.tid I Tuminp nt:n Pnn fllffAHn?? i In tbo Iicst Stylo. If. if. IT BA NK FOET Offieo of A T. 8TKWAnT& Co. 1 1 MAGKiNE Mat WORKS, - .'t 'n aUcturers of fVlllis. nil IcinJi of Net. Wort, f1! hr-lef- y re-lh- ss Occa-ioi.all- B. Mcr.r.AV. JuutdM, Mtoh , wrltm Ilnve had Cr.lr.rrli for SO yean- - Itull'n Ciitctrb Cure mo C'otisMor It worth S10.03 tv bottle. ". by nil UniRglsts t :& ct-- t per bottle. Mvtirr.c-ir.i- l :m.l HOlTbe K J. CHSOTiY & CO. SoIh l'rojtrtetoM, TOLKDO, OU10. i"or S.tle by .TCs. Lr.COM PTK, IUUnOTST, ;, Oct South Frankfort. CVOKTTtr 810 A (iOTTLIS. Flour Distilleries, Saw Mills; GAUGES, &C. curl STEAM CRASS titT-Soli- Fi7TIH?3 OF All. KIKD3, CSComraett of the State. Oik dnor wct ' 1 for New Worlc in nr.y part Urird-va- JS-1- North ?i'l". 1'r.tnkforl, Ky. of corner Ann ami April tirciti, ir-t- f MnK7.li) Loading up 5'.rrr:;iS!siiBi Vti, rSfi.ootips ncvol- veiNfrom flllr.inij Eticlo.estnmpforlSpn!;eTllustrnte(lCiitiiloguo. PITTSUUKOII KIKE AUMS CO., n foil LINK MEW fi 111 ROUTK Sailmy, EAST i rittBburgh, fflsgiicroB, pnuDELnuuft me ori.v f:JLUW: UL.NNINO w CRR3 nm. ARFISTS' MATERIALS! : SUEPihB v. WiroSOE, OIL NEWTON ton A SOLID TRAIN KHOM En-dor-- er '- .- MYITES COLORS e, 1 LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington. Ky. n. 1 con-:antl- y, GOODS FOR DSCORATISG PANELS, PLATES. MIBBflRS. BDTTLES, WASHINGTON CITY, 00KNE0TIKG IB" j tC. JSi rAsr 'd SAME )3P0T WITfl TJ1AISS FOE Sj f .SW 1 -- JOE LeOOMPTE'S W U1KKCT Kj Till ROLTi: TO south side drug store. Lynchburg, Daiw,'Het Norfolk, AXIi ALL 1 Capital rj. Gallery v ieiSItlMfflii?I!S Fur ami further information apply to your or (idilruss V. . W. Monror , IIvlsion Freight mul I'aascnijor Agent, liOMinrtoii. Kv. C. V. SMITil. II. V. FULLER, Man.vjor, Gen. la.,. .Kt., . . iu no whiskey I Bitters -l in-i-t- ed .fe. frjt: W LiKL2.'iL s.ip ul ,VtVia?JJ V7 ? 1 inst-ie- -- wa-n- ut No..8'J Mnln Street, over Cruteher & ?ti.rl' "WHIIK HALL Cliiihni Iliufo, PRANSFOST, . k-s-JDON'- GST LEFT i 1 1 le-or- t, SIHICrAL IXDUCEMKXTf? AUK OFFKUKD in tho v..ij of fine pletn.-i.- - of nil ftyloo nini tie- scrititimij. Why will the i i ol Frinkfort' ik ish"Ti thev an semi t the uity lo" ln-n- TAKE THE con1Iuo.i:,i,fho,1,c oci-f-tf- . phy--ician- ?, MAIL LETTiNGS. Louisville & asJiviUe Railroad, (Lou , ' TIT Bitters Cin. fit to-da- non-intoxicati- ng 'Die (mi it I.exinetoii Dieiiin:.) TJirottgti Trunk Line to ami the SOUT.H. -o Notice to Contractors l'CbT ! i ';:vc t r LQl ISVILI.E IT IS u-- cd Officii 1 de-ir- w..,.. DfcPART.MKNT, . f -- ' October 6, I'hofosai.s until 3 1882. j lob titles ihe Shortest Route T ,!ult' l "-- '' will be received tit the , j 1Iot brings nnd Office of this Department p. its. of January oth, I0.S3, Re-vici- PULLMAN PALACE CAM liiin TliroiK'li I'toin Loitifjvillo to Mcroplnn,. Little Hook, Nruthviile, w' po-il- ie a to-d- for Ci'tnyisig the mails of the United States upon the nnttes, and accord-inc it- to tlie schedule of arrival and e, departure .specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from July 1, Decatur, Moutgomory, Jacksonville, Floiida, Mobilo aut! Now WITHOUT CHANGE. Truiris of tlii-i Ork-uv.- s 18S3, to June 30, 1S84. with schedules of Bitters Lists of routes, arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant Postmaster General. iniki- - cnnnevtinriH nt Lmiiillo tvith triiii, in .Main i.iin- - fur .Meniiihie, Littlo Hock, Moliilo nml New Oilu.-mx- . Also with tram lor nil pointM in tho North unit Veil. fomnny from Frank Tort 1 1 and bonds, and all other necessary Jljket?. to Arknnt-nnl Te.n. shniihl writo or nee on ife'eiit nt' this Coinjuiny htforo mreh:ulng their po-itiv- e. C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky 1 COAL!COAL! ALL KINDS OF COAL ON liyHAND forsnleat Lowest Prices (i.B. M.CKLJN. T. Oct. 28-6- t. O. KOWE, Postmaster General. y t3(B mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmftm