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Ultiokoti'pox Noiirly nil tlic previilotii over diiiiri'ii linve it. is 1882 Ztt3ZSTBKiriXJLTZIX,.T3XXK3i Number 12. vo ssazwxr xwsm zawmjMWj jtefmxxxnxnwvxx&xupvjimX' msszxxmvvoTrcsvsrssssx cmB3BK7XTtzf3dr ALL'S KRiK s I" " More Light. litre had mi .;i?saD 3? PHYSICIANS. ""ovAtins. Cuvlty-Chronlo ?- -' I fcK v Ut who desire to h.ivc tln.'ir'w.itelie-- repaired withdune them. .Surveyors' c out d.nnnsci' bi-iti- MeF'-r".leKe Mnun nn.l .Itvrc Loti have elected n new v. ji 1:011 shop and are for loiiir a lively lti&iiK'r. THE MARKET. tlTlH Jii'IiTf W L Pence has put up nu And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any OagoofOaWrrh It will not Ouro. rarriae ;iiie at the cnUanee lo liia WILT. CUKE AV CASE. place 011 Benson Avenue. Office of A. T. Stewaiit ft Co. Chicago, 111 , Juno 4, 1880. J There is a Hue opomnjr over here for a JStgtrs. F. J, Chewy & Co., Tolvtlo, O. fret-meat and veselnhle tore and there is -- I tiiko pleasure In Informing you (JerMem.n. money in it to a live !itisine-j- man. Catarrh Curt. It 1ms tl;U I bao wu-- i Hairs -vry h lrl cud don't hewtaf h to uured ni I The recently occupied hy Mr. wxy that it will ttir .ir.y rnHO of Catarrh if taken Yuure truly, properly. T. T. I'cndlelon hii. het'ii couvi-rieinto a ,T. B. WCATHEItFORD. duelling and a fnttiilv have moved into it. A BOTTLE. WOPTII 810 writes Have had E. Mcnr.AV. Jacks" n, Mr. (). B Iils'rou y ill hooii hefrin (he Cjitarrh lor 20 years. Hall'- Catsmh Cure cured i;i the liiHunfnctiire ol toii.ic.co tup. M Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. iy all DnifrKtstBat '& ots per bottle. old Blair house, now owned hy Mr. J. X. ?rnmifrtctnri-.- i uud row iv F .1. CliKtfKY & CO. Clincher. 8olo Proprietor.!, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur S Ic by Don't forget to lo the tocl of .JOS. T.kCOMI'TK. dkuggist, the I'eopleV Keiitticky Hiver Navigation South Frankfort. Oct if j oh are in lavor of ohenj) fVniipiUix iraicpoittition. ill soon hegin th" Mr. V. II. Lewis erection of a large and commodious livery Mnhle on the lot recently ptireluii-efrom the Burns lieiiv There has heen movement on foot to to he used oy all erect a house of wor-hidciiomi atioiiH. It is needed wry much, OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, FORMERLY and no ilonht will he htnlt in the spring. aEkKTCR, Our Huminv School isstill in a prosperous eondilioti. Tiietc will he a dinr-ruintree Fm'CM'or Id B. I' Mvek, Main Street, Frankevening ditrin;; Chrirtmas fort, Ky., cfiti'hiift lhw watch ri'pnirltijj buitimvA at the Chapel one week lor the henefit of the Sunday School Uv tirniti(tiii'ss and cirodil Mt the Yld ii.iiiiI. work he Iiojh" to merit the iiitroii:igu ut" those scholars. and Catarrh of the Uucal Ulccrattvo; Catarrh INTERNALLY, or of the Ear, Eye and Throat, it lo takon Ulood ucts U!R : CTLY upon th System. and It Mucous surfaces of the Is the best Blood Purifier In the ALL that Is WO. LO. nnd Is worth charged for It, for THAT alone. F.d'it(i lioundtiltmil : The j;as lamp situated neatly opposite ihe ('ity Mills, on Ann street, is out of repn r, Mitiliinii1 Humor sitys wo tiru lo have a w and hns not heen lighted since the wcililin noon on Ketiicky Avenue. company took charge of the Oiih Works, Mr. X. f. McDimiel is hiiitilin a new it is located al the mouth of nu alley, linrn on (he corner of Todd ntui Wilson where it is very dark mill walking dangcrou". Can't it he attended to, Mr. Superinteudant ? street- Ti.v I'AYKIt Miss Ma Zienlcr iu isitinir rein liven on .She will teiiinin until alter Flat Cieel Thanks. ChrisliitiiH. Mr. OlistP. Tne.-thi-y HEW DEPARTURE ! OMAN, Wholesale and retail dealers in Cliritmii" toys, . t. McKeo went In Louisville lo li'ty ti new Niock of oodri, ei wi cues mum inn gatws LnKsTowx, Ky.. Deo. fi, 1882. Editor linundtilfiiil : We. the Indies 01 LecMown, who have for many years heen ohliged to milk tliroimh the mud, wi-- to express our he-tui- en thanks to the several gentlemen who have hihored so assiduously in peeiiring the completion of the side walk on that road this place and Frankfort. Ladik.s. STAPLE & FANCTf GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C., Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-clas- s. auto-mnt- iti 1 UH.-t- s "Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, (lies, nuts, skunks, chipmunks, gotdatv. 20c. Druggists hid-hug- t stovo-ro'i- m Mli-h.- , - The Capital Question. Editor Ilimndiilout : Imc-dicad- i Hy-So- BEST BRANDS OF JL Mi!"-ciih- IS-l- y Wss,HJpig,k SAMUEL AYEES, WATCH d 11 p, s Turkovs are ripe. Peak's Mill has something (0 pive away in Frnnkfort I take chicken pox. In retiring from huiiu-in pliiiMiro in i .ircfinp my entire Henry Pcnn and lady spent Sunday with Mi. c. Ayich, .unl fiom my long Mrs A. M. Forsee. iviil. I. in iih n wmkuinn, ilo not iu$it:tto t Hohert Suter has returned from Commer-riu- l way v.qiithla of meeting the him us evu-of my former pntrntic. f'idkv'c itli his diplomn ' I). F. MEEK. .lohn and Sweet U'illiuu were on hand Sont. t' Sunday lookinj: a hamUome as ever. The Mi?es Winjriuto'i and hrother were tlie guests ol Mis f!t'iria Church Sunday. Misses Mnttie and Nora Chinch paid a viHt of several days at their uncle Henri VVKWILL HKLL s jcliitc ind rt'i'iiired uud other Inrtrniiuiile reqiiiriii .u'our.ite adjustment. Peaks Mill. conl'idt-itue- . euni-mcn- ii :io-t- FOR A SHORT TIME Church's. -- THE FOLLOWING GOODS pent ilie p4-North Forlc Mt. Maltie fir.th.im t ami Pearl Pollott week viniiin: relatives in the . neihhorhoo it Very rave and serious (cars were enter tinned during the Inst session ol the Legislature iu regard to the removal of the Capital. Iu fact it looked very much at one time as if it would he done. It is very important, then, that the citizens should awake to the danger that threatens them, and take proper steps in time to prevent what would indeed lie a real calamity. Whateieropinioiis may he ciitcrtttiuftl to the contrary, the removal ol the Capital would lie a serious injuiy to Frankfort Not only would it cause a srreat depreciation in property, hut '.he hiMiiess prosperity of the city would he greatly injured These deny are facts that no one can succes.-liill- y It is therelore a matter of the greMvst importance to lie people of Frankfort and Fianklin county that the Capital should remain vhcu- it is. the pioper effort had been made duriut the early part of the hit session, it is quite prnhuhle an appropriation to complete the Cnpilal huddiiig could have heen obtained, and thi would have settled the question tor all time to come. A lafje numherofSenatois and R.eirccn-tative- s favored it, mid the "Courier Journal" iu the city from which we hud most to (ear, openly and repeatedly advocated it. It i quite piohahle, therefore, it a proper elfort had heen made in the outset the apptopiia-liocould have heen ohtniued. It at the commencement of the next session our Uepresentatiu-'- , whoever lie mai lie, will introduce a hill to that ell'ect and the citizens ol Frankfort will go 10 work and aid him to secure its passage, doubtless the hill could he passed mil this vexed question settled forever. Tlie-'- suggestions sue made in older that the people iu due time may make preparation for this important mat1 resh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. All other goods handled in their season. outfits. Hunters' complete FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Fine Sept. Breech-Soadsn- g Shot Guns a Specialty. SEE FOR YOURifeEIl,ir. CALL 30-311- 1. JLIVO HH 11 ISTMAS Have a nice line of n R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., PRICES MENTIONED, If the on!T I is font by nnil with post office order, regit tered letter, or loiftnijn fituinpe: Silver Thimbles, opon or closed ends, 24 cts. SolM Silver (Stcrliiiufiiinraiitcel) T!ii Spoons, 3 S5 wv set. Solid Silvei Table Spoons, $10 65. BODGERS' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 0TS. XJodRcrH llinwutha, Kansns. We deuiiiinee it a falsehood. It is true he iind a dillicully ilniinir the summer, and was ery hadly hint, hut no one was killed, and we are happv 10 say he has lully recovered from his injuiies Dot. series ol ood meetings oiii on ut Ple.isHiit Hill, conducted hy Brolhers .Miiuuell and Ford. There hiiR heen quite nu eironefuis story iu circuhiiiou in regard to A. C. Henry, formerly ol thii place, out now a resident ol We are hiivinr ter. ' sunc CIGAR OASES, - G-ood- s, Benson. Mrs. J nines Sliou-- e lias heen very sick, hut is now improving. Mr. Austin Itohinsoti has left the and removed into his new residence on Prospect Hill. No excitement here, no marriage-- or deaths to report, and Madame Rumor even is silent for once. Mr. Tlios. Young has removed to the farm occupied hy Jay Robinson, and Mr. Andrews, of Bourbon county, has moved lo the farm vacated by Mr. Young. Heed and family, of Indiana, Mr. who were visiting the family of Win. Taylor, were called home hist week hv a toll-jjate Such as Inkstands, Pap e tries, ODER CASES, Advertised Letters. 1S82. Brown. Marlhy Burchell, I.ouis Bordnily, HohenU Ciilicau. Fmiua Fiuxkfokt. Kv Dec ft, rX''ivrSic)ons,i?l.r0 persul. Buekner. Clint Brislon. Kllen "WRITING- DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Kives, &c, &c. ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS, Rodgers' Tabic Spoons, $1.50. Rod&ers' Porks. $2.50 Per Set. Reynolds, formerly of North Dr. Benson, has hung out his slate at (he resilience of Mr. John Brtimly, on Railroad CLOCK NIGKLE WINDING IT $1, (ihaUon, Phoehe STEM Avenue, at this place, and is now ready tor Hawkins. Stephen callers. ALARM, WITH 51.50. Susie Hicks. Johnson, Haltie Why do not the Benson Turnpike Solid ifM Ui:i(,'Si cirhcr uith a rot or plain Madison, Charlotte have their bridge over Benson creek, Middlelou, Frank gold, for the little folks, 70 oeuls. near this place, repainted? It is needing it TrechiiH, Lizzie badly, There are some slides in the pike LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Oldham, Ben that should be removed, or they may cause Palmer, Susan ltumcy, J L Ihe company some trouble in the future. Uoheris, Mary W , Holierlh, Lousa Messrs Alex. Conway and James II ' Ueion, Sadie Scott, L C Williams, ol Frankfort, and Mr. Lee ConSlokeH, Kliza Sullivan, Michael way, of Flat Creek, spent Sunday with Mr. only a Few Days Smith, Kitty Sullivan, Mary A Polk Conway, near this place. Lee called Simmons, Marv Tailor, Twiuian 011 his girl, tint found her not. Poor Lee, Whalin. It J Telev. Willis ' we felt very sorry for him, he looked so sad. WIImih, J II Mollie Wiitfht, ! White, Mary Try again, Lee. C. D. D. PLATED j Anoint. Say advertised when calling for the Send for our Prices before you buy. ti hove letters. When you see it promising colt with a J. 0. II atciiitt, P. M. FIlA.NItZIOOIt'r, splint, curb or spavin forming, thus spoil(Successor to Dr. T. I,. Taylor.) ing its sale, go at once ami piocure a bottle $100 Reward of Kendall's Spavin Cure. One dollar inManufacturing Jeweler. din bo found nt bin ofllc-- from 8J a. in. to 5 p. Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't vested iu this ureal remedy will save you tu. reiuly to do nil kind of dentnl work to the Woik Shop atiii Soles Koow : Upper s., he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken hundreds ol dollars. It has no equal as a cntiro entlufnctlon of thuio who may chosn to internelly. Price 75 cents. July opposite Court House, Lexington, Ay. liniment for man or beust. putronUo him. Davw, F M ttoilgi'rs' Kaivos, $1.00 Por Sot. Dans, Baty (iraham, John Buckley. Dr. Milton Berley, Lenev Bieckiuridu'e. Srtllio Coviuotou, Fuiinie Dnniel, Charlie Dallon, S P (lilpiu, John W Huyes, George Hnruill, H J Hopper, W 0 Louse, Churitc (.'lark ic McPherson Maries, Josephine Nave, Smith Patterson, Alio tele-glu- Mr. Heeds daughter being very low. SUCH A. 8 Coin-pan- y CHATTER BOX, ST NICHOLAS, NURSERY, W A. T C H E DIAMONDS, S Tojs Last ; Books the Whole Year. sept33.tr SILVER WARE J. BUSH, S., W. J. .OHINN, ALL KINDS OF COAL, WUlsellttttbo very Iowect figures OTIS W. SNVDEB,, , IV 0r 15-l- FOR CASH! ff a minimi Entered nttho iiiparroraig FRANKFORT iiojt-nWcc- ROUNDABOUT. Frankfurt, Kentucky gootls. Toys at Your Own Frice at GEIPFIH BR03.' Nous I !?" F f asHaTMTHroarapagmnraii'Hra mKmtMwvNj&vr?vtmxrzrxGws..wrx tflb 3 the time lo advert we your holiday it a Hcconil class mailable matter. GEORGE Ed-ltc- r A. LEWIS, Mr. Tlios. Ileffner. sr., lias on exhibition the head of several line salmon caught bv Gen. Green Clnv Smith in lied liter. turueil home to spend the winter, tin tfTl weather being to cold up there for him. When he left there three veekn ago the. thermometer reu'Wieieil oi lielotv zeio. Me will probably leturn in the spring. E TT iffc FOR JUIMJE MKN. POU SMALL MKN. FOIl BOYS. FOll CUlLlHltiN. 1MMTHS. mi Wcilncjihiv, Deeemlicr (itli, It. Marshall arid wife, n li.iujjh. and F"a."tolioli.e::. 0, 18S2. FIIAXKF011T, DECEMBKU Tn Mil eltv. The nlleniion ol grocers and other" who I88i!. handle powder is called to the city ordinance tcr. to Mr. b. published in another column. It goes inio AT THE 7iaimi.iiii mmwvnmm t iinimi.iii hiiii 1 1 iiiiiaiiiniiijimiiii jii;wr wt 'rcnuJ efleet AN ORDINANCE W'e-ter- Correspondents will please sjivc all the news of tlirir iieijdiliorlioorl, anil nvoiil n fur no possible inserting mutter tlmt N not intercstiiii! tonrn'mie but themselves. Wf have received bom Messr. .Inlin V. u Kiirmer's Morion A" Co., the Almanac for ISS.'l. 1l is as lull ii ever of useltil informalion. Ifubert Iioomis, colored, for foity year an ITon. E II. Taylor, jr.. u lew monlli-sinc- e, he oweil her, employe about the Slate Mouse square, lm paid the city every cent The excuse given is, thai with intcresl from ibe spring of l.sTTupto been thi- - he has having but one hand, lie could mil work the present lime. In addition to In view of the fact that his alter the 10'h day of paid, within the lust twelve month.' oihei fast enough . 18s,:!. K. H.TYliOK,jB.,.Vnym-indeblness incurred about the Mime lime to other band was lost in the faithful discharge F. V. V.KW, Cili rUrk. Attest the amount of twenty odd thousand dollars. of his duties it strikes us that it would have dec lie had been released by law from the pay- been moie charitable to have retained him ment of all of the above, but felt in honoi and borne with his slowness, especially as he is fully as able now to attend to his duties bound to liquidate them. as he has been for the last lour or live years. Dici-mlirr- 1. I5o It nnlnine.l hy "The Hoard of Councll-inr- ii of the City nt Friiiikfnrt," tlmt it shall licun-liitvlfur :i n.v invri'h.int or any ntlnr person lo Keep in their pinery of lu.iin?, or nny other pliico (errpt In ilin dtiito Mag.riiie). In tho limits ol lint ,'lty ol Fninkfort, wine than one l:ej of I'tinp'owler ami one ke;; ol blasting pow-ilt- 'i nt nny mm time. 2. Whoever shall violate the provisions of this ordinance slwll on conviction be litiuil nut lo. tli. in ll'ty iliillnrj. ''.. 'J'lii. orilitinneo chall take rfftet on nnil 2 ul ' 1 OIjTE rap? AB A h1" II I Hi $& w L II I II I if! m 1 45 ,U1L A, i I . II II II w BIhKRR FP mm ? Christmas Goods l trial ol Eli Onrdner, Mr. Kdgnr Keenon, formerly of thi? city, charged with the murder of the coloied The most select nnd cheapest line in the cit, cl1ltir;H'in died Middenly on Monday night, at lii man, fieorge Gray-oon lite Versailles home in CovitiL'toti, ol cerhro spinal 9 pike, Thntik-ghin- g day. look pine," nt the in the littii year ol his n:e. The Tliur.-daMcbefore deceased was the second son ol" Mr. A. C. Donald and Iohauiiau, and resulted in Keenon, ol t'uis countv, and spent the mojl Hard ner being held ovir to the Circuit Court GOODS, of his life in thii city. In 1ST" he removed in the stun of :?2")0 which he iravc and w.s to Covington, n here he ha- - since held the released from iail. Countv Attomev Violett TOILET AND ODOFi CASES, Me position of Government Storekeeper. r.,lu.cl,llU,. ,i' Commonwealth, uliil.. Go.,. ...w,. .....i .:.- .ti.n.iinti .. .. . i . riA .......... " iiKiMvii liii I.follll Itoiimnii llllil.lohll L Seott, ., CHRISTMAS CARDS, loss. His funeral was nttemied by the appeared for the defense. in a revenue ollieers of the Fifth Thursday alteruoou. about one o'clock, a bodv. Proprietors Arcace, young man by the name ol Slack, son of J winIn tinkering up the city charter P. Slack, ol ihe gentleman who SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. ter the gentlemen who engineered the job recent! v purchased the (arm ol the late L1A lost tidit of the fact that three School Timothv Muirhes. near Midwuv. arrived in STOCK FOR SALE. be elected, and failed to fix thw city. Irom Louisville, driving a loaded Trustees bad lo the time lor their election at the came time wagon, will, a plueton ln,i,ed on () MlllCS. I vouIil respectfully inl'orni the citizens of Fr.ml.foit that I have removed my rtock of with the City Council, and a separate elec- behind, drove upio Mr. Geo. P.. Maclclin's rnnrni(. Ititm four tn nicnf vpnrs nlil. nil lir.l.nn tion has to be held on the first Sattuday in ollice and nqiusted Mr. Maeklin, who was anuWady lor market, are offered for Bale at January to select thiee gentlemen to fill an old friend ol his father's, to loan him reasonable rules. TO TIIE WAKKIIOUSE OX TI1K COLON M. JONEi those positions. A question will come up two dollar", as he had run out of inoiiev. BO'U'TK!: die Farmdale, Kentucky. ill at that time which the patched up charter Mr. Maeklin went back into the house for Next door to the oflicc of Messrs. W. A. (Jaincs & Co., where I am selling the obi stock at does noi provide for, and that is, who are the money, leaving the young man sitting entitled lo vote? Every legal voter or only on the wagon. In a few moments after he l!ertler in those who have paid their taxes and regis- was seen by persons passing to straighten caily you wish SALT DIE ATS, New fJood-- constantly received. Call former if prices.' to get the 50 per cent, reduction in tered? If it is free lor all it will be a lively himself up, and after uttering a groan, lolled ORIDGE STREET, SOUTH FRANKrORT. one, as those who were shut out last Satur- oil' the wagon to the ground. In the fall SAl'SAUE CK.NTS 1'JJ POUND. l'EIt on hand. day will be certain hi head struck the curbing, rendering him l'OKK STEAKS 12 CENTS PEP. POUND. If there is one thing this country i? insensible, in which condition lie l wa carried orders promptly attended to. In all its branches a specialty. Orders pi omptly attended to. cursed with it is a multiplicity of elections. across the street to J)rs. Smith - Hrowu's drc. 2 If. The excitement of one is hardly over before ollice. Upon examination Dr. Smith found " another come-- on, and a number of the tiie skull was not fractured, and alter dress. Mav quiet, order loving citizens have become ing the wound, the young man was taken disgusted and stay away from the polls. to the Capital Hotel, where he fully recov- FlflST-ELA- SS FIBI OF S3 ACBES. eied mid was able to go on The Pistol. to In, ilouiintiuu llit: m.l das It is not is A difliculty occured, Monday about 12 known what cau-e- d him to lull, as he was ! Said fariii !.... five mlli'?!,.,from Frankfort, on tho I will keep constantly on hand a Full Slock of ..:.. 'I'l... 1? l.r... ..!... t l.nion o clock, in the ollice ol the mtoMcated, althoiiL'h a small bollle ol ,.t Fl.it C't-e- Turnpike pncs It oiumo side, and w Telegraph Companv, between Mr. f'ha-- . E whwkv panlv (.mpt was found in hi- pociiel ' ',l0 Kentuehy rier ivathes it on the other. It is composed of about 00 aeres of -Taylor, manager of the telegraph ollice,; J.oir-.Mary iiwiit.' le. I v. wntes : FIRgT-OLASG. Moutgoineiy, hcmeih RIVES BOTTOM LAND, and Mr. Frank "One home ol ISrowu s Iron Ibiters was but now man assistant telegraph operator, 'hnlnlanePcxoHlwit hill TORACCO LAND. u'ive me ullii'ieiit to from l'"'' acre ol it w WIS 1,1, TI.MHKKlill About ager of the telephone exchange, in which neuralgia On it i a splendid CALL APJD SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. pistol shots were exchanged. The ielt arm Uo..on..n: .1 II 1.. IBIOUHOi .MI1...I. who- I... oiniven ne.ir me i'iuhw in oi I uyior EtC. THO STB BY STONE RESIDENCE, Mi-Montgomery's shot, while the ball from Sallie Sliecd hos been visilini' fvi.iiu!. two tolmcco iiirm Ftahlep, and other Taylor's pistol inflicted a light wound in in L iwrenei'liiii'" ibis week. w f. u is wen icnccu, ami lias on it the right arm of Monljioiuery. Moth men M lolm E. Uny leturiied Monday Irom ""l' "r ,,v" '""' teneun'in ol salowtimilt MPS. 1,1'CV DAVIS, I'..r t ol several weeks to Chica attempted to fire a second lime, but their a Fiaukfoil, Ks.. or Peott t Fremdi, Attorneys at ,m;m Nhiji. McDowell, thi- - county is l,n w, Fraiikfuri. l.'y. weapons failing to go otl, they clinched nov. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX Indiana.'' each other, and were scullling when Mr. vi - iting friends in Kvan-vill.loin, Gritlin and ollicers Smith and Noonan 1'ieiich Tiplon, .editor of the Itich ran in and separated them. They were mouil 1'egister, was in ihe eilv Vednu-d- a both arrested and placed under bond to Mr .1. nigetl Talor retiuued to St. Loui- - the lirsl ol' the week, tukme: his appear nt an examining trial. There had been no good feeling existing family with him. II is j ii st reecivud his full and Winter stoel. of Co! .1. Stoddard John-Io- n nnd wife left 9 between the two for some time, and the ol everal weeks to Abilene,' lor ii it for. difliculty was not unlooked STREET, KY. AND FANCY Texas, on Tuesday. Dp. R. Duvall and .1. L. Piiee drc-e- d First-clas- s Mr. K Hector ''iiitcudcu.nl ludiauupo- Mr. Taylor's wound and hope to .i: i: i... :.! us, iiiiinriri, mi- - ineeu HIS intitlier foi- but he is sullering a great deal i( pain in thi- - city this wed:. though doing as well as possible under the Mr, doliu Kisiileicl:. of Tnvette Sept j in. circumstances. Mr. Montgomery's wound who lia- - been visiting lclatiws in countv. this cit'v, y is in Ihe pari of . he aim and eau-e- ln.uie Monday aliei noon nliin.e BTCMtllWIWBSWl'VJCa VTT YmYir'ff"&Yi B him no inconvenience. The i xainiuing Mis William Hunt, ol Greenville, Mis--- i. &C. CLOTHING! ! tiial will probably not take place lorseveial ippi U her parent-- . Col. John Allen Crittenden ami wile, in this citv. ilays ril'TTM It'll ' !! Call and sea him at Swigort's old Mr. Willougliby Itodmni, ms located in stand e I'U the practice of law Andrew Kirlcpatrick, a brickhuer, while He is in the ollice ol Mews Hodman intoxicated Monday night, was standin-.- ' on nt pic-eSt. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky it Hi own, Court Place. the pavement in front ol the Gas Works, Master Willie A. Lewis left Monday fr Nov. ii'Vii. talking lo several parlies, and in course ol Loui-vilto remain several week- - under eonvcis.'Uion he drew out a pistol and the the treatment of Dr. W. J. Cheatham lor T3 rMDHJTnT 'I'liousamK of Rraves an. JEjJD Hi U a"' i "'died "f their victims, began flourishing it around when it went his healing. ''N;!' proloiiKcd, haiiiucki and i miii licallli restore d liy use of the uruat oil', the ball striking a colored man by the hucn a reduction in pi ices will never be offered again. Mrs Alice Polk Hill. D. nver CiivV fair name of Harvy .lackson, who wa- - 'anding juiiMiali-t- . who ha- - b.en GERMAN si.joaii.jng in tl.ip Tor HnwlNouie $IJ0 00. near, in the right thigh, inflicting u duugei-on- city lor oiiie time, leaves Tuesday for and permanently euro. IMPO' Which lIsiiulKOiue 25 20 I'm nk fort to visil her aunt. Mis. Iiudon TENCY 'tauxid liy txcescs of nny l.iml , . wound. and Kirkpalrick was nn-iThomas.--Lwhv- ',1 that follow a WEIKHRRS. and all Arjun, '.Uiusl. 20 10 00. .suits n bond the placed in jailjbut was of kcuueiiiv of ill .iIiiim:, in. loss of eiikruy, l"x dimJ ,1! U'vU imuinry, iiidvcr'i.il laihitiide. p.iiu in tho hark, 10 HaiHlKomc ,fM! 12 00. next morning. It was reported U'edne-da"' Cnptal City ness nf Moii, preuiatuiu ofd age, and ni.iny other hn- - been in Machine liwivno. bur" di o.i'u th.uliail to consiiinplion and a pit mature 12 that Jackson's wound had produced lock- this week Wdltn 8 00. lepaiting Foiston's Mill. As he grave. l''?j .Send for circulars with testimonials jaw and he was in a dying condition, but it - n great hulks man we feared hy mail. at $i some fair free hux. or The IUV1GORATOR ! ho.vcs for $?. hv fill dmeubts. or will ! dam-e- l will run off with him before he re- oerhint free hy mail, e:urely ic.iled, on reteipt of proved to be false. ! lie ! M Ail.iius turned, hut became back nil e:ilV. once, liy niluressintf J. in Stales. all customers regardless of cost and value Prices to Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the I'mUil Louisville, Ky,, says: Mr. John Grin-teaCapt. Henry Wilfeon, who has been min"I used Piown's Iron Jiitteru in my family ing in the eastern portion ol Manitoba, JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, with highly beneficial results." Canada, the past seven months, has re- Main Stmt, Frankfort ami Lc.inghvt. SOUTH HIDlli. n, men-ingiti- Death of Edgar Keenon. The examining . UUU OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY s, (Jottrl-lioii- -e y, iv PLATS DRESDEN CHINA, mirrors, JAPANESE ieue-im-M...- i - - . ... K-q- &, ONE 'PRICE. LO W EST PRIC E. HARRIS & HERRANN. in to meet you. Do not purchase an overcoat until you have seen our stock, as it will pay you to look at our goods before buying elsewhere. i.o JANUABY we areT And if Low Prices will sell them prepared Di-tri- ct JOE LeCOMPTE'S la-- 1 .oui.-vill- e, i two-hors- e j H(rS6S aild 10 o RE! FURNITURE, &C, A YFnnio 2-- 1 SIDI3 OF MAI2ST STaffiGT, Z. T. COLLINS, FRESH AM) Sir-Al- tfe ! i "foe"salr -S Greatly Reduced Prices, cL e "GT sl !k: 1 xi g4 j n -- rt 20-iy- R. ROGERS. ' - '- v, !. cM.. r ciiFruitaand Vegetables of all Fresh kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. M. i'l-ta- ni j 111 -- I ' j S " P. WILUAMS, Jr. -- ont-lmih- l- iio-io- ts Iiou-e- .. vis-i- s I. 2.r,-:- e, K-- ij W T . RDHYAN, Groceries, STAPLE Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, &( I ' i j vi-- -- ! l- - FOREIGN FirCJITB, FRAHKFOIT, Am Everything kept in a FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, bi-iir- , . ! i Y GOOD S, on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures None taut the best goods sold. Grocery always cash 3-- lle-ii- I NOTIONS. DWfflii! CLOTHING Lniii-vill- . m 8TARTLIN0 and SLAUGHTERfNQ PRICES le :iimu-Tlil- J "! WHITEHALL! OOsuils 00 suits 00 OOsuils 00 suits -- 1NVIG0RAT0R SKMI-MM- s, -- ly ed rtlen.-eiljjo- Ilaiidsoiiio y '" llaudsoiHo for for for for $25 00. isi-ol- si-- OVERCOATS OVERCOATS , Dll-.iM.t- , OVERCOATS d, CJWTCHSm AND STARKS, 't,' I 3 In order to close out our stock, w will sell Toys at any price, a'SKKTWSJapgiC.rgRTTEBsariagiiCTya mraCTT.rarawt.CTgaajfc; Grriffan Bros, FRANKFORT I'MANMcnurr, KOUNDADOliT. ii:c!:.iiii:h ji. C. -- ). 1 Tnicy. hoiiitillf, torpid liver ha- - "After for Holiday pusi ut- - at Selbert'.-1- . ullt'i itijr from km.'. " l.iown's me. on Hit f cis Ihe jrnit peimnneiitly ctnui yw o() to w 3r xSa IioM's ol pnpMiid canilies at WcitzclV. TO TRAVELERS. A Fine We have just icccived a number of full not eli" by the beM standard author', I fur which we ollei at prices at Mnr.-ha-ll e S.'lfl OD chicks Irom ?! nt PliilipSclhcrl's, the jeweler. of -- JL Jla.m&l hAA DIE OF TOYS Commencing MnmWy, October 16, tlic follow t.llilc will lie In rlTtcl cm llm I., & X. K, K. llifc point Tit UN'S SOUTH, Bet of iV: Meagher' .s. The latf't tvles ofiptailiuple plated Philip Selbeil's. ihe jeweler. Are especially invited to the Thtir-da- y Mr. Colon M. Jones, mnriiiu ol thi.s county, pU bauds 10 woik chatiiii' tl'37 7:00 f. 1n!eslrncti-1)- 1 ifo? r. '!. 7.20 1'. M. , 7:13 f. M. 2!?r M. 5'8 at rr.i.kfirtS'3Tl'. M. out his ice hoiii-e- to 'et it in leadiue.si for No. 2 . arr. 5:151'. t. the new ciop, when it was found that there rttuxs SOUTH. still remaiuid a larjie Hiipplv ol laM ear's t. avc Arrive at i.nuiixillc. Lexington. ice in the houe Franlfrt. He had been lIiuL' it all A. M. No. 17 S'H ,1. M. ro' TTm . "I No. 2ilcic4 PranLfurl 600 A. M.arr. l.ou.n'to a. l tlie vear until two wet i;s since. j'.tKi I1, Nil icj , . t. I. I. 5 4:10 I'. M. m. No. 2t . . 1. to 5:15 1. m. ?'?7 r. m. Miss Kniiiiii P. lfiddle, formeily of this Traiii No. n Minkd Lonnci tion for Cincinn.iti, Don't forget every niiclc purchns"d al city, and Mr. Tin-- . A. Hair, of I).ivie-- s 7:15, ). in. Train No. sj mikci mi iiictioit fi I'inu'on-- . i, trrivin;; there at my stoic outlived Iree of charge, Philip of No. 24 m I. tumiiLtion from Cinciiiniti, leaving comity, were inariicd on the there at jv, p, in., irriiii at I'raiil.furt .it 8:30, at the resilience of the bride' mother, Selltert, the jeweler. No. ts . No, 20 , No M. 1 t.cnve t.oimvillc, A rranlf'irt. I.civo l.'Nintnn.' A. M. Arrive nt A. M 9H5 i' M. I. M. I.e-n- - asloo), awake, deal' and dumb ami every olhcr kind: XX at tho lo M)i; store. o BOLLS, DOLLS. Clih.n, "vnx, e, traviu black, ivhitc, GRAND OPEMING AN- D- mUjL DAY GOOD IITH N'ov-cinde- NEXT 10NDAY, DECEMBER I', nt. IX P. IIRVAN, Acc.it. i i via CM "The ceremony took place' at 0 o'clock. The w(ddiu! was a very rjitict one a few Philip Silbeit, the jeweler walchin.aker (let out vour skate,!, young folks, you can invited jruest-- , telatives, and fiiendi of the and engraver. ne them t. voiitii: coiiplu were the only pcfoun Fot: .Sam: A piano. Apply at thi. The Superior I 'unit will adjourn Wednes The bride wiiHlastefullv attired in a wall.inj: ilnv for the holiduvs. of dark preen, and looked as ollice. &-modi-- t and weet as only luhUs can. Three qrantl pii.es vill be pi veil to my The nmcurv dtopped down too0 above Thev left imuiediatel v for theii home." We patrons on the flint Thursday in January. zero yesterday innrnini:. well to do farmer, iihdetMnt.d the .'loom I'll ..IPSE LMISItT. With so t ii.iti shootiiii! Ilif linci for and we conciatuhite Mi-- s Emilia upon her .staiiip'iiL'i pinkiii". and South Kensing"tiod toitune carrying concealed weup'oisaic ran.. r-ton work neatly executed by Mi- W. 0. All kind- ol nice book lor children and 'Piie first citv eb'ctioii under the aiiieiidi.il lioodwiu, 'I bird .street, South-Side- . & Me.ijiher's l rown lo!k- til oil chaiter totd phice Saturday, and A residence on the Versailles Foil Sam: verv iiietly. The following :enileiiieu will M Leave vour Sunday onleis at Joliti M. pike. Apply at this ollice. e (he new hoard : couipo-Iiitntn's for oytois, celery, and turkeys. First W .ml. B. H. Tavlor, jr.. Judire Philip Selbert. the Jeweler, XoTtci: It was too cloudy Wednesday for our local fJeo. C Drane, ami Minus William. all articles sold by him fice of Scond Wni.l. it C. Church, .lolin L euu'ravert to ohseive tin.' transit of Venn-- . charL'e. Sneed, and Lewis Mamran. Mr. Kola. B. Frunklin hti been called l K. 'McCiure, .1. Ci HANDKERCHIEFS in endless Third Ward. Sept. upon to become a .candidate (or School Dudley, and .John Mcai'lici". at (Jiillln Bros.' TruMec. The following i tiic otlicial vote: Mesr. Whitesides it McEwan are preo( M.iysvtllo, will Kov rilt-sWAUI). S. R Aldi'i-oand pared to do till kinds of uphoL-terin- g 95 preach nt the Presbvtciiuu Church E. II. Taylor inalie-- s repairing. .TOIJ m311TH. '.H. Minn- - William- niorniii: ttnd evening. ir - ....,..,.! 1. .,,,,. stuir 11k 111 nmirvi'TftV j iripvii'i. n ij' it ,,.- - ... tji.vu.'i ... w 1 1.1, llti!M George C Diane No trouble to snow jjoodd at Philip where ho keei? n full line of Ul.i ami Quecni- Candidates for the ollices lo lie 111 lei by D. o.S C. Bartett w.iro, (Jroccric-- , Drytbiud., XoMoiisc. which jeweler. Sulheil's, the the newly elected Council have licun to Iiu ell ct.v.ip for eu t. Cuitutry tiruducc, o! Iiichaid Tobin wanted button hol- - the Coimcilincn nlietuly. or ;;V Two room lor lent, furni-he- d U. V. Williams Xov. 25.:iin Applv to Mrs. M. II. McKee. W.VKl). Craw, not liciti-- willing to allow St. Clair SKCOXIl 100 to get nhend of her, wn on hand H. C. Church Nice line of liusi IOo with afchoolini; crape on Monday nijjlit. .1. L. Sneed SI IJros. L, MatiL'tui Call at J. M. Bantu's and examine Mock .1 AS K. Miles The best selected tuck ol watches, clockol toys and le.irn piics before Inlying. lver-ware 19 diamonds, jewelry, spectacles and P. C. Sower 0 in tli city at Philip Seidell's the jewIt Im been iijrireteil that the shooters Pat. McDonald eler. of this city will supply (he new paper with Tlllltn WAIlll. To plenty of local new, when it ets underway. .1. 0. Dudley Cashnicivs at rock bottom prices K. K. McCiure 77 Maj. H. C McDowell will remove his AND ENGRAVER, 7(i ul Uri ilia Bro. REPAIRER John Meagher . family fioni Woodlulco, in this county, 10 '20 Andrew Salami'. Flannels extra ehenp at GriiSiit h!IS juh iceeived a i.ir'o ami iineuicctw-dlUAshland, near Lexington, ahont tiie lir-- l of 15. 'tOL'k nt' F. Duvall . liros. .Innnaiy. 17 Win. Lindh.ty .. WATCHES, CLOCKS, is aliiiiit opened how la- -. W. Ilelfner A Ki.niaviiig neatly exictited at Philip U the toy sca-o- n Sell.eil'n. the jeweler. l,nir will it he liefore we can report the fir- -t Skinny Men. & DIAMONDS, b'ond for that hurmkss Ifitlc weapon, the "WelN1 Health Kcmvur" icsiorcs health Cashmeres at ruck bottom price pistol. toy Impotence, and vlor. curis tittirifliii I'.ros. Bast Silvsr plated Wars, Solid Eilver, pi aver hooks and eai debilitv. .?! An cxtia lure stock Muishall it Meiiiihei's. hviniiali at Philip' Solid If you waul ,vour children or Seidell's, silverware, sieiling fine, at the jeweler. A coniplimendiry hop will he :iven Mi-- s to-d.t- IJISEST ilKIUTNl II CHI MUM in Uichniiind, Kentucky. sieal;iug of the even", The Heiald, in Theiincst liuonf fluiuicls in tin (ityatUi'il'Jiu Un.s. (INSTEAD OF THE 14TH) AT THE pie.-en- yy CENT STORE e, ! co-iu- -- 1 -a 1 -. - We claim to have the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Toys ever in the city. We also have also handsome presents in Rodgers' Silver-warimported Vases and Toilet Sets. Mnrr-tial- p.i-M- 'd COME ;o-j- SEE FOR YOURSELVES -- Respectfully, vn-tiet- v 0' BRYAN & BANTA. m:wm ts n. TSLI the NEIGHSOSS JOHN T. BUCKLEY K., SCTflVJ'Sl . -- I I I -- o alU'''i5 A XT Ai,U ti , D- nnfur-uifche- d. llfid mil..rttnr.ii'ril , .. v. ...WJL. irtfn t... ...... - ctm.lr ill i MV JlJ'AIiL, .. h i.n lillrllup V. .w i HEATING STOVES! 1ICH AS -- ;,y:t,),mi"! Holiday Presents -i- -- THE LION FOR SOFT COAL, AND ! PHILIP JETBIjBSi, SELBERT, TIIE jS for hard coal, XUo west poiist! the "T.itc.i "X"7" O !R .T T El ! i selling vtry lov, AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, which ho - JBWELltY, For CASH Only ! A ! PULL STOOK OP Tin-war- H 103 m Nellie Me Powell by the vonim men of this city, at the Capital Hotel, on the cxeiiin .,1 thcCSth itM. - friends to enjoy the holidays buy jour presenis from Marshall & Meagher. SPECTACLES, &C, lie ofier" nt Imttutn Nice line of hosiery at Grlllln whi'.'h cih priee.'. Clieap TIM ROOFING 11-t- f. e Urns. I FoiiIi:ni The piopcrty known as St Initial pins, bangle rings, lace pin?, neckThe (his Company have oidered a new r.lmo in South Frankfoit. lIoue large and lockets, and everything usually tuiiler for tin' CSim Works, and when il - in ami convenient, yood stnblc. cow lot and laces found in a li:.t class jewelry store at Philip - ate in opeia-po.ition and the new pniilieritanlen. Applv to Mi's Lettie Jett. .Selbeit's a. it in hoptd thuc will lie no further tioiihle about :as. cheapest line of 0.d Gold 2nd Silver Tzken in Exchange. Siiml C'litlr hstx'L'i't, Ki'imhforl, Ivy. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. BARGAINS Don't gruinli'o IN GROCERIES. iicit times or high prices ou etti g't to tmr I M JOB WORK J SPECIALTY tun. cliiM was born near Owenlon, on the jv()0(l tO CJlt gO tO tllC 5 10 99 Jeausin the city isutjWrillln Uros. Jiilh ol .ovemiicr. wnose moiuer, grauu- OMlf ctnv Philip Selbert, the popular jeweler, St. and jinnt. mother, ave still living. The Two yreatgrand-uiolhe- r large Iuim' buiner Clair street. Foil S.i,i:. resiectively lli, 12, htoves, suitable for a chinch or school' stiies of Ihe ladies aic Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' house. Can be ued for cither coke or oS, and 87. Applj to Sol. Hunts. l one cent to thru' doliuih at J. .iuthiacitcco.il. Flannels exira cheap at tirilllu r. If you waul anything Ijiirgist and ISTOTTCJi. -r. for groccrR'.- - when 7ilK,j JAS. HSENY'S, SOUTH FRANKFORT, rpilE Dolls (io-.iM. BuntaV, Mansion II And buy om-- c corner. Miitlern, tiie capital photo has at his gnlleiy two umbrella racks and a pair of gum leggitu which were raved (rom the late fire and taken there, urn! he wishes the owner ornvnerslo cull ind get tin in Mr. (1 Howe Watson and Mn I.otiie V, Smith, ol this. city, were manied at the jesiilenoeo1' the bride'ri brothel, in IClinbeth-towMr. If- - f. Foil Sam:. A good building lot, 45 by 20t) feet, located on Second stieel. South White-housF Applv to Hl'OS. packages best Arlnicklo Cofibc for 50 cents. 3 USPAL TlIl'HSDAY Al'TEttXOOM J. t'.crcl'L's tit tlm Iventuok.v Iii.litution for the KiliiL'itiun and l'rjlnint; of I'cihle Miinled Chililreu will lieicnftcr tnke pl.ieuovory Frid.ty iiftertioon from 2 to o'clock l. M. The Iiidti- tntion ! oiicn for visitor nt .vcy liiye when 11101 convenient for them to ittend. .JOHN Q. A. STIIW UT. Snperintciloiit. 1 Oct. Jli. JEANS AND "HEAVY COTTON veiy A e. ihiap at flnllin Hros.' great a'iey of writing desks, pholograph albums, autograph albums, work boxes and ganu'S at. A o lull stock of tine watches Selbert's, the jevwler. Slurshall Hl:ick .V w Meanhers. lute cake coiiM'iutly on hand canes at Philip ol till kinds at n, :iid on Thur.-ilay- , the 7lh mcompli-he- olllciating. Itobeit Clin-li- e Fine solid gold heiided bride is one ol the most intelligent and Selliiit's, the Jeweler. of d l!ev. The fair voting . in,i at WeilzclV. farm of eooil Imltom land, enntiiiiilnir '.'2 well itn io vol, with pioi! oreluud anil out loetiteU within li.ill iiiilu ol'tlio Uuiii-to- n -tAnd all (itlitr kinds of UroecrivJ In pruiioiti m. lioii-e-pike, on .M:i in IVkhorn, and within the same r iii nil m1cs and extra also Xotlun- - mill I'nrnishitig inmil. rxv-zilbtuucc of two elinrchti', mill and rollout house, is ollortd for sale nt h.ui;iin. cheap nt (Jrillin Hro-- .' Fur information apply to H. 0. OHTJEOH. Pe.sir.ible lesidence on Holinen on adjoining faun. Fott Sam: Am;. For iufm million apply to Mis. C Out. street. A nt Philip I lbs, (iriTii (!it'IVc for 2'n II " Brown Siiijiir ' SLOO " 1.00 (j " Leaf bnl U nerv, ", County 7n 11 h Sale ! rKT'i JAS. HEKSre IPov Sale, 11 A. Prentiss, on the the city at WH. CROMWELL, yoiinu Indies this ciiv lk'st selection of clocks in Philip Selbut's, the Uweler A Valuable Franklin County Farm. Attorney-at-Lawl uiVer my , h!etliegio(iin is the Cashier of the Depo-i- t IJank of this city and one of our model May this union mi happily he one of continued blis. made 011ng Christmas Itee oinauients Weilel's. spectuckr, the best in the market the jewelei. at PhilipSelheit's, Kins:' men. The ii nest line of tlauuels in the city at (Jrillin Urns. the blood and Jj.e mucous nnlaces of the system Price 7Jc. For Kile by Jos I.cComple, South Side, It acts dii'-ctl- llaU'r f.itarih Cine is takm inleniallv. upon Christ mtiK curds uf. TiSarsliall Meagher's. tV Tlic Graml Opening' of Holiday Goods takes place Monday at tlio 5 to t)9c. store. to" tolitiHMi. .s.inl iiinn i U.1...1 milt.ihlo United one mile troin l'e.ik. Mill, and h'l' tuinplko. It not .solil ly the llrt ol mile 1. March it "ill e fiited lor the j ear ".. Announcemont ThciLMUe on the piiMiilfu a sood Dwt'lli.iK Umie, Hiring, Stables, .to, good OrchurJ, We uro nulhotied to iinnounuo NAT. I. l'OH-TKol Water ami well tlniuure.l. of U'ouilfnrd enmity, former triivollug plenty further particular", npply to . .lackson, For ufiit fortho old 'I'r.uH.vlvanlt Printing Coui-pun- y Peak's Mill, or the undersigned at Shulbyville, ami the Worn 111 Ollice, as a eamlhlatu for Ky' W. P. ROACH. Hegistci of the bind Oflieo, subject to tlio action Nov. It lm. of the Democratic party. in 111 U, farm for i.ilo eiuit.iininc SO ueu"; AND U((M11;. C(l,1Mit.,, ini wlll aNo jjivo special uteution to the purohnso and iiilu of real f.stuto. ooUl.,.,iun ot rents, ebiim.-- , and ilie uuutlutiun ot loans. Ollico oppjsite Court House. dune iy. wui prneiice in the courts of I'.iinklin Heal IHlstai Afirsat. mid tli Job Work Neatly Executed at this Oitice. . V4SB A H NCMnMMntafMMMtmttacmiHki ""Wte, Griffin Bros.' ??li!!i!g'!'L-Jyaw'B'jK'- bo Tots are to ixfswyrvrSold regardless of Price. 'rawr::. xv'ini .. rgcfT.',x:r.,,jgnitic-gxtecBJB:y'i- ,,,,Mt,,, ,,,,, tolliu IK'opluo! Ilic eonniv. hi vvns I'IitW'iI its C amnion School Commit.-ioiiiwlitoli tTiinit'iM a man or k'iliiiiii;: We niuli'iMiintl w new paper is to lie nml imliMty to ilifclnio tln iIhiun of lie railed ttii Dailv Coiiunonwoullli. wmii' coircrtly, ntitl i M'i- Hint lion T. II, tin1 Kind ol n man we ivntit, lor lie Kord Thirteen prUnnen were received nt took jrieiU inleret in tin- - Common Schools the penitentiary Tne.dny Iroin Louisville ol llie enmity, nt.il Ivlt Uiem in n more pronperotin condition than tlie woe vvlu'ii 4t ml two from Wavne county. int tinder Id" eontrol. Look nt Iih reports your ene ol ot the Common School, pntiliied in pntnpli If Pntnrrli liu wlietlier lie smell and henrin. 11 a ll'n Catarrh Cure will let lorm, and lluit nil! sli eine you. 75 cents- - per bottle. Diiiiji-- t took liny interest or not. Now we can only jiiiljre I hi' Itttnre lv the naM, and if we eleet vclli t." T 15. t'uid to lepichent ns in the next Lrn-ifln- l Bridgeport. urt I helieve lie will do eveitl.ini: in liN power to improve the Common School very iill. Dr. 'Jliititi is yteiii, which iswrv much ninlnl. FRANKFORT ROUNDA BOOT, " w'" rf0,i"" 1 S. F, Smiiii, M. 11. ti. A. H. 11 i'vsn, M. 1") T, Drs. Smith & Brown, JfEW LMiAKlNO MILL. - STRONG Physicians IT 15 A. Church, S'. TN FACTS A great many people are asking what particular troubles Brown's Iron Bt iters is good for. Ollici1 nml t'lilr "trcct. residence next door to tho Ii Surgeons, V O 14 X , KV. ll.iiti;t $ J.M. WAKEFIELD ll.vvln recently First-Cln- ss ndik-- I i n tu bin ltubl!hiiient uf riniiing Mill, lo furnluli nil kind Is now prepared nl BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes the preat rrun of the fall reason of 1(382, and already ia heard tho v;ar whoop of the enemy, ns I DAV.I3 returns from the East with a stock bought for Sash, hm, M, Fr, liing At.sO i ATI iil It will cure Heart Disease, Faral-ysi- s, Scroll Work, Stair Work Out ten out in the1 Mny 15 JSo- -l I Turning Style. iW Old Uncle Winston Vnilylmn is quite ill Tax lor PntTi'iit's inrnnt lifts been quite ill for a week or co. Mr. V. M. Seolleld made ti living trip to LoltiMille last week. Uqttircd, B. Uu'M'll lias heen very much iuilNposed this week Tillie Itnmtili. daughter ol Mr. A. B. Branch, is ciek this week. ytr-- . Ann Ninylinll returned home from a fceveti weeks' vwit to iriuuW in Danville. Doya have heen killing sheep in this iciriitv neei.il v. It il lie Jiiek-o- n 'illcrer. Haw kiii" in very much imDr. .1. J?u proving his place by additional building-etc The p'iMorof South Benson Church was placed on the .Sunny .Side Tlniiikhivinp; day. d.iF. .Sargent, who hurt his font quite severely time since, if tilde to be out -! , Wiley'-pingin- Tr.xon. Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all similar diseases. Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purifies and enriches the blood, thus beginning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives out all disease. A Antioch Fanners are buy gatheiitig corn. g Prof. school is piogres-in- g lluely. n This i a good time (or hunting. Try voui luck, boys, while the weather is pos-ut- and at prices that will astonish you. Ito ciflerR no SPOT CASH tf. fabulous lmio9il)ilitirj good. -- Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1880. My health va much shattered by Rheumatism when I commenced taking Drown' Iron Hitter, and I scarcely had strength enough to at tend to my dally hoiueholtl clinic- -. I am now uIng the third bottle and I am regaining strength daily, and I cheerfully recommend it to all. 1 cannot say too much in praise of it. Mrs. Mary E. Uhasiipak, 173 Preitmanst. What ho Advortissu. His immense STOCK is aU roady for the purchaser, and respectfully But Means mmiiE JONES Mai WORKS, Vropriolors. BKOsS., There was a very nice oeial part v given at Mr. Ambro-- e Polsgrovi.'- - Monday night ol hist week which the voung lolkrt I until a late hour. We will have to exenoe Tenor for the he made in hi- - report many f the oeial at Mi. Lewis WileyV, as he had many things to tangle his brain. The singing given at Mr Mitchel Smith's S.ituidav night of la.st week was largely attended and a vuy ple.i sunt evitiing was spent. Among tlio-- e prii'iit were Mis-e- s deimie, Bnggie, and Maggie Pcnn, Lizzie Clink, Mattie Miljuillun, am B.irhaia nain. Me-sJohn and Mitchell I Charlie Amotion?, who was quite nick Hughe8, F It. Smith, Dennis Oitiu, B.'iry joiiil' days since, id able to attend school Witt, Matt Brooks, Bains Diinkle, and again. en-j"- invites your inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the Fiour Mills, Dif3ti!!eries. Saw Mills, place, .itactltrcrof all kinds of Jscw Work lot ;e I. DAVIS. St Clair Street, Murray Building, cpt STEAM GAUGES, BRSS3 FITTINGS OF ALL KIIHS, SC. mi-iak- e- i KKANKroUT. KY. Muzzle TMitllng Guns from 83.00 tip t Breech Load ing Guns from -- fST'Coiiniu'lK lor New Woil in m.y jinn ol tin- Slntc. - Kidney Disease Cured. Chrlstlansbur?, Va., )83r. from kidney disease, from which I could cct no relief, I tried Brown's Ironllitters, which cured me completely. A child of mine, recovering from scarlet fever, had no appetite and did not seem to be able to cat at all. J gave him Iron Bitters with the happiest results. J. Kvlb Montagus. SulTcring Sn.OOniu Revolver from fiOc.upi Eiiclflsc8lnmpfoN8piigeIllustmted Catalogue. PITTSUUKGII GUNS One ilo-i- r nest of corner Ann anil l'roailv. ay itrccts, April ? North biilc, 1'rankfurt, Ky. :6-t- M0 WASHINGTON, 'd Ii iitey, roR w FIRE AKMB CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. KliNTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST tlii- - S.u;;eiit and Mr. Addit Mi". Gii's-i- e Mortis iniil a visit tu friends at Pttrrinton week. otliet-- . Hl'NTKR. Heart Disease. Vine Mr w. r;. Shelby county, this week. I'obiil, if in ol t lie iieighboihood Chri.-tiansbui'- i:. Mr. Bei.j T. Pnniicr. ol Lavirenrelmr, paid n vk-- u to relutive.1 in this neighbor hood Inii Sunday. Keeling Mnhi's liore fell with him one day las-- t week and hint his vg f0 badly as to disanle him for several Java. Be sure and get the Genuine. Mrs. Addie Mori is hns in her possession china-warin the that has been a piece nt family one hundred and fifty jears. Man led At the Methodist Church m (irnlen-ditirj;- . Deo 0. 1S8U. Mr. B. Ronch and Mis- - Coin Wiaii". both of this county, Hev Mr. Hull oflicititiug. Roll of honor of P.ridj.'i'poit School for DEALKR IN SAl'Li: AND FANCY vvtel; ending! Dec. 8. 1SS2 : Lena Roberts, Parties are liecoming quite frequent in Mnttie Lou Cioeket. Willie this neighborhood. One ol the Emilia Hus-elplenPanent, D.tfey I'm rent. Willie ltuell, um entertainments of the kind most given ever Uiithie ltobeits, Paul Crutcher, Georgia in this loc.ilitv came oil' last week. It Snrent Claude Saigent. olV like a pleasant """ pas-e- d dream. TI e NlTliS, iMUW GLASSWARE. ladies picjent wcie Elizabeth and Three veins nso St. Iiilian, the .real Ueuiieita Allen, .Jennie Grubbs. Ho-- a ami f eordially imitojoii to fall and examine ('nliloriii i Hotter, was unknown ; the same Lda McD.iniel, Melia Now nml Fresh Stuck of (iootls. Mollie and Kendall'-Spi- v in Cure. Now Linda IFariol und Nannie niav be slid of Warren. The lioth lime a woi!d-widreputation. Whv ? gentlemen weie FRANK fORT, C. F. Pifer II MAIN STREET, Because they both have merit. One it. a McDaniel. Win. ami .1. Allen, .1 Lee, .1 S. Scp.1 tf. jrreat trotter, the other is tin- mist iih'i"-fi- ll Duvull. M. Smith. .). Duncan, T. Kmlgeis remedv ever discovered to be on T. Cnnlibs, .1. Win. Pulliam", (J Read inherii-emen- t. man or lieui-- i Eldiiuge. M WarienaudD. P. Bentley. e l, Mi-c- The pnjicr in country. Wecan'tdo without it. Mr. Eli McDaniel's lurkevs nte laving eggs. Something tinheaul of in this section o late in the season. We ate well pleased with our new School Coinniis-ione- i. We think no belter man could liave been found lor the position. He understands the duties of his oliice ami will attend to them promptly. The tlelrtte at Stoney Creek School Hon-- e hist week, drew quite a large ciowd. The quetion, wan "D.ie the love ol woman eNert n .'renter influence over man lhaii money." tMr. J. It. Fears allirmed and D. P. Bentley denied. It was dicided in the negntive. tlii- -. -- Walnut Grove. ItoCNDAiuit'T is the bft Dec. s, 1881. After trying different physicians and many remedies for palpitation of the heart without receiving any benefit , I was advised to try Itrown's Iron Bitters. I have used two bot ties and never found anything that Save mc so much relief. Mrs. Ju.nnik Hess. St., Harrisburg, Pa. Slllfa V FMIMLPIilU HEW S!.CCI:IHG NEW VOHK. lllK OM.V M.NK KU.NMMJ FULLAH C?.r.S Wo onlinno to rictctHsolicitonifor Km M x For the peculiar troubles to which ladies are subject, Brown's Iron Bitters is invaluable. Try it. thoUnito I KMtca.ancltooTjtainp.-itttt id Crntiila, hnRinnti, Jinnco, - eoivvrinhtd. etc.. for patonts, cr.veatH, A SOLID TRAIN L'rnnny, ntul all otlior countries. . Ur.iM-iup- i. chr.rrjo for c amination ofmodola Ailv ico liy mail free. litciiU obtaiiiccl tliroiiftli r.n nro noticed m Tliirt yJi. y'r-- j priiftn-eoi- - Ko LOTJ Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. W. S. DEHONEY t:io lament rlrcnlation, rnd is tlio most influ-- c l'iul uow:j)!'.))er oi'itrtlJnd pnUit.licdin tho v.orid. Tlio RiUantageMofBudianoticoovorj 'v ton too tiudcrMnndd. This !j"go nml Rplcndidlvilhtshatecl novrs-- p ipori'jTinlilJBhed WKKhW r.ttil.20a vcar, und i a tniitiod to bo tlio bout paper devoted ihcieiii'P.iiicciiamcHjim ruiiii, iiiiuuviuik , v.r.f-fa.:d other depanmontn til iodtifltri.il iirrpvcr", pul.lidied in any country. coplo? bv jitci!, 10 cents. Sold by all hovvh- 1 .In gt,2::,r'Pic asiesiicav, vbicli lmn WASEINGTOST CITY, CONNECTING IN SAKE DEPOT PAST TUtdlb TOT. WITE 3STEW thi: DRY GOODS, i mv ICY di'.ilei". , Adurer-- llunn tifi-- i .1 :nc- ic DtuccT YOPE. r Rouir. pio A T.I. n Xo.-i:).- H.tudbiiVciibo'it jiatents mailed froo. & Co.. publishers in , 01 J'.i iiadvvay. New York, Scion- - Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, . AXI) UK H. IP S - MR a., r. ...... 'fills hit on miis toMT 1 t e Me--r- s. juiir For ticket and forthur iiifoiinutioii apjdj to miirtMi iii'K(r-oun-i- ', - u-- eii (!i.-enwel- PHUIO? ii Trirrf, uracil 1 TJEL2E& G. MATTEKIT, 0 K, Q?, I SStoney Creek. The Rot'NiuuouT is a spicy little paper. IIuuuli for Kentucky lib tne corn jnovviiii: State. Mr. Wm. Siniih, rr.. is erecting a nice (ottae lioun' on hi fa: in. Mr. Ilenrv Biawner is repairing hi dwelling house, which adds very much to its uppeniance. The Sioiii'V Cieek debators can natiiialh get uwnv with the Bald Knob pe.lk'els, and the Utile rdiool bovs don't blufl' worth a cent when anyone hies that kind ol uptime. D. P. Beiitley and .J I?. Feais will hold on onollier debate nt the Stoney Creek, .Saturday ni'hl, December u for discu ion is, the 9th. The "Which has been the moie or war," Bcntlev rillinns and Fears i....:..u Everybody invited. On December 2d, Miss Susan Died Mary Moore, who was born September 2d, 85'.. and at six yeais of age was struck bv lightning and lendeied speechless lor three weeks, after which he partially recover d, but was, for seventeen years and over, in n deplorable condition, and notwithstanding everything that loving hands could do to relieve her was done by parent?, and friends, her suflering was great, and death came as an angel of merry to relieve her of pain in this lile, und bear her away to that Home where suH'eiing is no more. The corpse wiib followed by a large coiicoutseot friends and rcdativiH to Pleisant Ridge, where the funeral was preached by Itev. .fames A. Peters, allt r which the body was interred in the hurrying ground nt the Church. We deeply sympathize with Mr. Moore and their bereavement. Mr. and lamily in t Mrs. "Milton Moore, the parents of the ilcceautd, leturii theii thanks to the friends lor the neatness with which they placed their daughter away. Mr. Editor. I will take the privilege of aying through the columns of your paper that I am in favor of Hon. T. B. Ford, of Frankfort, for our next Representative, as 1 think he would laithlullv discharge the duties ol that oliice if electid. Why do I think this? It is because we elected him cn-for our County Attorney, and as far as J know he discharged the duties of that scliO'il-hoiif-e Stakkv. Church School House. This neighborhood ha- - long been silent, but has peepid out again to have a little "cliii chat" with some ol her iier rones pondenis whom she sees are gay as evei in the RouxDAiiorT. is the biggest and only news item in this co'intry. Be cirelii! how you talk for the telephone ounds loud, telling all the news. Well Iriend-- , plea-- e stir up some amusements, oi the young people will all dry up and blow away. Dr. E. II. Church, who left this vicinity several week-ag- o lor Tumui. wc hope will be as Micci-idas Mr. O'liarn. I saw Miss Nora Chuich going into town Thank-givin- g inclining very smiling indeed Will have to call boon and find out llie reason ol all that. A young lady lemaiked when the Doctor left, the next young man that lelt had to take one of the girls with him, if she had to go herself. I don't wonder at the above remark when there is a half dozen girls for ev ery boy. Mr. James O'llara seemt to have made his fortune (puck in Texas, and has come bud; to live a retired hie at his old home. Boy- -, vou ought by all means call on the geiiiieiiien. ami pernaps lie win give vou n lift in that diiectiou. Miss Fannie Noel has "returned home from a week's visit to her brother, Mr doiin Noel. She is very attractive mid causes many young men to lide through Tiger on Sunday afternoon. Thai's ii Fannie, keep Tiger alive if you can. I understand Mr. .lolm Morris went calling the other Sunday ami like to froze out. Me ea)s they to'd h:m they were going to have a "coal Htove;" Inn he thought if they could make it any colder than Unit tire they had, he would go up certain. Always as Now. -Hog-killin- FALL OF 1882. A Main Street, over Crutcher A Starks' "WHITE 11 ALL" Clothing lloui-e- , Monroe, JJhiaiiu, 1'rcigiit and I'.K.'i-nc- r Agont, Iicxiiigton Ky. C. W. .SMITH. II. W. FULLER, . (..cneral Manager, Tass, Agt., Cii-n- 01 mi ircn Vv . V. kicn.vo.Mi, Vir.C.I.MA. 3iT 22 S1 SUi'liUIOU niitfurj rstiihlii'iimprjt. We mploy no ng nt, hut jjivo our oiuninis- to our old ion ilheut to thu Jiuitcr. Wc p.Urnnt'. Our new untalogtieb will be' sent on nppllcation. 41, P. IIILLENMEYKR, Lexington, Ky. pjp 0 tf r tuck of rVuit und Orii.ii.'icntiil Simill I'ml'i". flrairviiu.. AIMiiiits, und rwrytliing fuut.tl in 11 Ii -I in the way of fine pivturrn of all st.vlei' and Why will ihn pfoiIt-- of Frankfort send to thr city for wnrlt when they onn In 0ei.2.r-tf- . nt lioini'? spr.ciAL f.DUci:.Mi:xTS ST. aiic offkukd DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (I.011., Cin. Tin- iV i Divi-ion) KiAIL LETTfGST Lexington -- Notice to Contractors! Post Office Wa.shinci'ion, D. Gnat Tlnoiili Tiunk Line to CIXVIXSATI ami (he EAST, LOUIS VTLJJ', ami (,e SOUTH. que-iio- ul Octobcr THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever iliscovcred, as ii is ccrt.nn in its etleets and does not hlibttr. READ fRUUK UIXUW. Also excellent for human flesh. C, V it is ,; .. 16, iSSj. j 155 Miles the Shortest Route 1 PROM -- COL. Dlf. II, 1. L. T. FOSTER. 1880. 1 Proposals will be received at the To Little Hock, Hot Springs und Tcmim. Contract Office of this Department PULLMAN PALACE CAHg" until 3 p. m. of January 6th, 1883, IJiin Tlirongli Fiom lii-- and as smooth as any hort.c in the slate. He- is entirely cured. The cure was so remarkable thai I let tun ol my neighbors have the remaining two bottles, who Very Respectfully, are now using it. I.. T. robl ER. KknuallK. Co., (Jents: I had a cry aln.ilile liamlilctonian colt that prized ery highly, he had a large bone spavin on one joint and a miuII one on the other which made him very lame; I had him under the charge of two veterinary Mirgeuns reading the who failed to cure him. I was advertisement of Kendall's Spavin Cure m the Chi1 determined at once to try it and cago Express. got our druggists here to scud for it, they ordered three bottles; I took thcin all and thought I would give them a thorough trial, 1 used it according to directions and the fourth dav the colt ceased lo be I used but lame and the lumps have disappeared, one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps one-da- Youngstown, Ohio, May 10th, for carrying the mails of the United Loui Vile to Memphis, Little Ecok, Hashville, States upon the routes, and accord ing to the schedule of arrival and Decu ttr, Montgomery, departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from J uly 1, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobilo and Now Orleans WITHOUT CHANCE. . 1883, to June 30, 1884. Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions Iriiins of 1I1U Company from Frankfort iiMke onnnnotloiiii at Loulnville with train on Main Linu tor Mcmphiii, Litiln Uook, Nnh-villMol.il.) und .cw Orleans. aIho with truiim lor nil points in iho North and Wet. o, Kendall's Spavin Cure. Send for illustrated circular givi c positive proof, All druggists nave it or an get it lor ou Kendall & Co., Pri 'tors, Knosburgh Falls. Vt. rricc$i. lit. Ii t to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant Postmaster General. MIGRAWTS to ArkanmiK and Tesiu clionld writo or co an aBrnt ol thii Compun.v before piirtiriaiiir thiir tickets. C. P. ATM ORE, O, P. & T. A., I.ouUville, Ky. EGBERT attended to. & SON, itpril - "Buohupaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Druggists. ney, Kid- $1 House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters JtfirPlain mid Decorative Paper Hanging a spfciitlity. Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly COAL! ALL COAL! Q. B. MACICL1N. T. O. BOWS, Postmatttr Gen-nil- . i6lt Oct. 28CL KINDS OF COAL ON HANI; for side at Lowest Pricea by 13 . ., .. .... Ay. f- -