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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 fra1882121601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. One Dollar will Give Yon the Roundabout from now until Janiiary 1st, 1884, The Frankfort Roundabout. A GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. n?aassgraffBggro3ang-.rKtw-j- n FRANKFORT, KY.. DECEMBER rwritjj.'Twiwgxrj:'i:iiJ'j uaaiAimuxfrwa j ujub. Keiul t!ii! iiilvcrliMMiiriil of (Srillin Ilios. 16. 1882 Number 8BffJi'JlAiLij,l),igLuiJjHjjTTX:ijrjriJi.vxJjatTfTi-aita'.'.AiJLifl 13. Call and see Waggener's holiday goods. Theie will be a wedding fort on Christmas dav. in iuhiiiii m "a" 1 ,Ht r-s Rev. preaoli ' Joint Hitflinnf, of f,ottivilli', will at ilie PicsliUcrian Clntrcli A: South Frank- NEW DEPAR TORE! iri a a 1 ninn a nlMwiw - nrTw, S VJfcflF and Ostnrrh of tlio Nasal Ulccnuivo: Catarrh of the Ear, Eya or Throat. (tl taken IMTuKMAU.Y,and upon tho Blood and noto Mucous Surfaces of Tho Syetom. it Is the beat Blood Purifier In the WO.TLD, and lo worth ALL that la charsea for It, for THAT alono. Cavlty-Chronlo OJRi-CTL- :F5P. btfitiio BY PHYSICIANS. Hev. Dr. J. M. Lewis will preach at the Williams' Imvp iiml Chapel in Tavlorton totuonow allernoon nt Dniilfin o'clock. ti tel"plione put into their liriiinli house in lie li'.l tlti." city. Tlie iiiiiiiIht uill If Catarrh litis your sense of The trial ol Mr. Ftank G. smell and hearing, Ifnll'n Cntxirh Cure will Diuggi-- t Montgomery for (lie shooting of Mr. Clin". cure t.'you. 75 cents per botlle. selli K. Talor, lias heeti fimietl until TuesMasonic Notice. day. McssiM. 1 de.-tioy- iiiorniiit; ami rvcniii;!. S Wholesale and retail dealers in ns-- t DHL? And v.'o offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any Cnco of Ontarrh It will not Cure. 1VIX.Ii Ottloo cf A. T. CAttRlB 'MM. CUES TAB MAKICETwfa tSriS FOB cuke amy case. E;l f JSetsrs. F. J. Cheney c Co., Toledo, O. I UKo pleasure In informing you Gentlemen: t!iat I liuvo UM'd HaU'rt CMSanh Cure. It lias me tr.us vry l id- - and don't heffltute to cured ny Hint it will cute any r.iso of Catarrh if taken o.:ri$ ti uly, properly. Stewart & Co. Chicago, 111., June 4, 1SS0. I J J. u. Weathsufobd. "WonTK fjtto A BOTTLE. , vrrltro Hnro had K. Mcrtr. vr, Jitcksi u, MU-(V.tai rli for SO yeai s. Hall'- Catarrh Cure cured jiio. Consider 'it worth $10 00 a bottle. at '5 ots r bottle. C9"f old by nil Manufactured nud sold bv F J. CHENEY & CO. Solo i'ropri jtorj, TOLKDO, OHIO. - Mr. Clms. (I EIumi ilicil Tliursilny nVht There will bea meetingol Frankfort Counnl'lii- - liither, near tliisoiiy, cil, No. 3, U and S. M , nt Miwotrc Hull on the at of coiiM.ini tiati iiml rlictiMiMli-i- ii ol llio heart, Tuesday eveuini:. December ID, IS'J at S hi- - age. in the nixteeutii lie wii" a o'clock, lor the purpose of reorgnniz'itiou. ineiuher ol the Nnoholn Citianls and was By oider of hurried with tuilitaty Iiouoih after C. II. Hatciiitt, T. I. O. M. noon liy the Xucknlsnml McCreatv Ounrd-'- , Mr. W. T. Heading, as ia his usual cutotn, a di'iachtiieiit ol the Light Artillery aciing has bioitght on and is now opei ing a ianje as pall liea ret s stock of Clnistmas good, such as toilet sets, china-ware- . Arc , and The propi'ityhuldi rs on Shelhy slteet vases, majolica-ware- , youlli Side, vhne feneeo ate out tin the he invites his Iriends to call and examine the C'ilv t'oimcil his j!oods before purchasins.'. aa his price slteet have heeu oidured to move them in. Tliis is a :;nod move, niul will compare favorably with anv other now if the Council will hack up the order hoiiae in the city. u-aro-f ae STAPLE & FACTO? GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &CM Arc no A' 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. Ft r - ili' liy jos. Li:coMin; O.--t jmunursT, South Fi.tukfort. IS ly iijirfisjpisifc SAMUEL AYSSS, FORMERLY OF IMXVI1.LK. KKNTUCKY., WATCH JIAHEK, . Sucises-o- r to B. F Mu-k- , Main Street, Frunk-fur- t, ' stand. Ilv nroiiiptriL'ss mi'l e.irofiil nt tho merit thr psitriiti.igo nt thoo work he hope-t- o ulni "l!iru to lime their w.itMie reiiuiroil with- c out damage bring iluim tliuiu. Surveyor npairuil nnd otlioi liistniinriiis requiring .mil uceur.ite mljii'tment. 11M com-jiiw- Kj., ciii.tiiiiii the vv.ilcli repairing liu'inc-'- 9 in I'r mkfort I take from iii;r my umbo vmifiiii 11c in jir ii!iiiriiri in i my lun .iciiiuiiitiinpe Mr. S. AyitH. iiinl w.iih hini.u a wuikinan, il not liesit.ito to of meeting the It i in .is evirv win siii;tntliiii of my farmer patr.niH. ' II. F. MKKK. In it'tiring liii-lnr- -, fn-ii- enm-inei- ni c.ip-iM- .spt.:i(i.tf FOB A"SHORT fBilE 'THE FOLLOWING GOODS vVrJ? 'L'HiC PETOES MENTIONED, i' . If tho or.li-- r is i"Mit by mull with post nfliie order, letter, or not!;" etiiinn- : Silver Trimbles, opsn or closed ends, 24 cts. Solid Silver (Storling (Jimrnnti'iMi) 'IY'ii Spoons. ?!) S5 ppr set. Solid Silvei Table Spoons, $10 65. RODGERS1 BUTTEE XNIFE, 25 OTS. Umior' Ton Hpoonn.Sl.fSO iornot. 'Rodgers' Tabic Spoons, $2.50, Rodgera Porks $2.50 Per Set. Holders' Knivos, l.OIr Per Set. STEM III1IK N1GKLE CLOCK IT 51, WITH ALARM, 51.50. Solid (1 II lUnj??, either with a Hit or ntiiln Hoi I, fur the littlo fo'k, 75 eents. WATCHES, DIAMONDS. AND SILVEPw PLATED Send LARGE ASSORTMENT OP WARE I for our Prices before you buy. Manufacturing Jeweler. OTIS W. SNYDER, JSJy Woik opposite Court Shop and Salts Room : Upptr st oust, Lfxingtm, Ay. We regret lo learn that Mr. Thomas Crittenden, formerly of this city, but now of Anchorage, killed a negro mini at that place All other gjods handled in their season. Hunters' complete Wednesday afternoon. Il seems that the outfits. double grew out of the nemo's iinvitm been a witness again-- t Crittenden in atrial before a magistrate's court at Middletown that Tho S. V. Pence Burned. morning. Alter thetiial wasovet Crittenden returned home, got his Wednend.iv evening ahout dark the etcnin limited up the negro, fired two charges l boat S. V. Pence, owned liy Capt-S- . Constantly on hand. inV. FJenco, arrived at the lock heloiv the of duck shot into his body, killing him city, having in low two Hat ho. its, one stantly. Breech-loadin- g loaded with wood and tl.o other a 'shanty Frank Kelly and Morgan Lane, lioat," hoarding hon.--e for hands as a who had been drinking, staited to leave employed in cutting wood down on the river. this city in n biugy by the Milhille pike, A.Tfr The wood boat was leaking and Capt. Pence and when back of the Cemetery Kelly lire,! Sept. 303m. concluded to tie up and not attempt to pis off bin pistol, which frightened thehor.-ean- d thioagh the lock until morning, so all three caused him to run away. The bngtry was hosils were made fn&l to the ban!;, some ol g at the ovet turned near the railroad the hand? came up lo the city nnd the others Waleutt Cut, the two men were tlnowti out retired for the night. About 11 o'clock and the luiirgy smashed to piece-- . Lane Oteitnu Powell, the colored watchman, had one ol his legs broken in two place-athe stoic-rooof the Pence to be Kellv's head was badly cut. Thev on lire, and although he awakened the other were brought back to this city bv Mr. John hands, and they made an effort subdue the Tritmbo, where they received medical atllatne-- , the ioat wiih burned to the watei's tention. edgoyfnd trunk. Nothing of consequence A CARD. ved oil the steamer but both tl.e flat was bouts were saved. The boat cost Capt. Editor Iloumliifiout : Pence $S,4:!0. and he had but SoViOl) In answer to a call made upon us a few II; will build a similar boat in dnvs ince, through the columns of the G-oodUocndaisoit niifl Yeoman, to become candithe that Trustees, we will dates lor School while we are not candidates lor the porSuffocated by Gas tions, if the people desiie our services lor another term, and elect us, we will endeavor A man under the influence ol l.quor went to discharge the duties to the best of our to the Meriwether Hotel Wednesday night, abilities. as B C. Atkins, and nsktd E, Viiiti:sii)i:s D. L. il.vi.v, lor a room, stating th it he had no money W. S. DnuoxKY but would leave his overcoat in the posses-Ho'ol the clerk until morning, when he A CALL. would get lliv money. lie said he was from Woodlord cotintv, and reh'ied about nine Editor Ilnundaloul : o'clock Thuidav tnoruing one of the emThe names of Edward Ilensley and Dr. ployes went lo cull him to hieaklact when U V. Williams will lie voted for as School ensuing election. South it was lotiutl the ilooi of the room was Trustees at the no representative in the Frankfort has laslened and the inmate could not be present Boatd. While there tne no special Board, it is Mr. At. Meriwether was in- complaints against the pre.-eawaktned. formed, and procuring the p'is key, lie went best for the interests of the school that one should go in at the into the loom and found Alkiiis lying on or more new Trustees elections. his lace on the Hour dead. The gas was Many Fuiiixus or Tiir. School. tinned on lull and it is supposed that he "Rough on Rats." blew it out upon retiring and was smother-i- d to death. Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, nnts, gophers. skunks, chipmunks, lie had nothing in his pickets but an 'Joe, Druggists.' empty whisk v bottle and a handkerciiiel, was a man of middle aye, slightlybald Advertised Letters. Corouei McKwan held an inquest Thurs. FiiANKi-ouTKv., Dec. 9, 1SS2. day morniiu', when the jury returned a .e-r.-n Brack. Charley Buher, Amandy veidict ol death Irom Mill'ocation. Bell, Frank Bowinnn. Edna Thursday night the friends ol the dead Dickerson. Nelson Floyd, Susan Gary, Henry mauanived in this city, took charge of the Gentry, Frank Hudson, Belle Toys only Last a Few Days ; remain, and conveyed them to Mortonsville. G retires, Mary Books the Year. Hubbaid. J M Woodlord county, where i he deceased was a Hunton, Berry linger, Millard Hunter, Moses scpta.i-tprosperous blacksmith. When he left home Howard, Patrick Johnson, S II it was with the intention ol going to LouisMcDowell, J II ( Lawrence, Betlie C. D. D. S O'Connor, J no ville, ami his friends ate at a loss to know Moran, Mnrv Smith, Maggie A STTIRCrEOIfcT what became of hit money, a he hud a Sheets, Malfndft UKALKR m Trabert, Adam Smith, William V considerable sum with him when lie started, Thompson, Frank Vtindernool, Enoch. PUANKFORT, ICY., Warlord, Joel A Wallace, Francis (Successor to Dr. T. I.. T.i lor.) Whitlen, W W $100 Reward White,. Mary Can be found at hi ufllce from 8J a. m. to 5 p. Willsellattbo vory lowestflgures Say advertised when culling for the 111. rou Jy to ilo all kliulJ ofiluntul work lo tho Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't bo cured with Mall's Catarrh Cure. Taken above letters. entire satisfaction of those who may ohomi to patronUo hlin. internelly. July Trice 75 cents. J. G. Hatciiitt, P. M. it will lie double-barreleot-gun, il the parlies fail to comply, till heller, for propertyholder.son other Mteets wnieh are not itM'd one'tenth so tiiuiih hae lieen com polled to cue up valuahli: ground, and t,here should he no miide. Tieat all alike. with a law suit OJP Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore BEST BRANDS FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Fine saw-mil- Me-sr- s. u-- ed Shot Guns a Specialty. CALL SEE FOR YOURSELF. oro-sin- ilO! m R. K. MCCLURE & BR Have a nice line of s X -- HTxxoy CIGAR CASES, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, regir-lete- d M IMPS,. ODER CASES, n WRITING- DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Kives, &c, &c. nt ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS, bed-bug- SUCH .AS &G.- CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NUBSEBY, Whole f J. BUSH, IDEliTTIST, W. J. CHIKN, ALL KINDS OF COAL, 15-l- FOR CASH! jwy fftirtw r Vi 1J? t firm . i3l Toys at Your Own Price rjgA'?yww't,rfyaggK.'TJB,jgjjT;;,rv,;ui.,.Mjr.Jt'rraixijJ i.'Lv:v.Z!rS!Vvnrxx..x"ijJ afc i.i.im::.,"..i.uv rj C4EIFFXH BR33. . 'Jret;:a-J.'lL- ,iuxv'reTtmi?77Arr!?'rTi:.t'j:'i.vr''J FKANKFOBT us SL'conil ROUNDABOUT Ken Mr. iutere-L J. M. Pinker jrri-- wi-h- e saw-mil- to sell n half l A'H JOljlO Otl H J2eHOO tutored at the pnt.ofliccit rr.uikfort, ia inalliil'lu in itter. tuck j doiu in a a good l . and which advetti-e-ment. i liutine--. Wend liN "GO W JaSMclVM &y,?. "M 'H n - r mm LARGE 31KN. - pur 0. f ' i.rc'-jCSCSS'WSj- t GEORGE A. LEWIS, EcLltor aad DKCKMMJU 1(, 1SS2. yrand-o- n Mr Will. VhiiuIiii, loimrrly ol thiscoiintv, of the late Walker Vaiiulm, nnd DUTJ I FRANKFOHT, Mi Angie Grinstead ol Loniville weie Church in that mart oil at the Firt Chri-tia- n Klder 15. B Tvler tittrht city Wedne-da- y pel formed the ceieuionv i es',li."? u::.c-- l h rf;: ' IV rfi II IT? 'IT. 3:1. M 'UTTSJktfi aa, .i1 f:j v.ial:j. "'...j linn. joao t;o 71 '.J .f J i U J i K'3 W IU MM 1 H J yVAjJLi.a.J, I TT-IH-1- FMl SMALL FOR BOYS. FOR JIM. t- - UHfLDUtiK. A ) - fe -- i .AT n crj - fV ' I I - V1 . rrtyrrg;r.gr.7 r fir,fltT'gcaiw hzzm Is an Election in January Legal ISO'.), r;iUMpuT! ,?Vp-)Ctt- cmz Personal. liUslww KlVim1 wa K.2$cX " .1 Jt! M.Cv J -- y Section '50 of the :ict approved Miui-- 1, Mr- - W IT. Avenll is very ill. u u joojiu JlU OjCi 1IJA entitled "An net to ninend ntu! rrilinv Mr El.ur fi'tt, of Indiana, N vMtinir into one the eveuil nets in relntion to t It c rel.itive- - in thi- - city taaSamJ ccLccoaJ mxsKzxii nsaua d cAmra buses City of Frntikfoit," read: Mr. A fi Moi if and wife have removed pjOM 0', Three School Trustee lmll he elected ly to Cincinnati to t, i. 9 jt n at Hon () II Riirbiiljie, of Ionrbon, witt the iiialitied voterol tlieCitj l l'i mlclnrt. i ) 0 A 00 Kiintiiilly, fit (lie same time, ninl place nnd in in lie cit U'ldne-daapoq.cu the same maimer that Coniicilmea me Mr Powell Dunn, of Metver county, i ism op ; n c elected. itid tiieml.- - iieiiVthi- - :it Sunday. 5 3WVN K5, ir mrm -asjfcj-- t rrrw-Mi The net ol MsihjIi l.i, 1871, amending the Kittie Todd wits very ill the first ol Utllli'lC v h.t uj 1. 4iitti fl"u rfl.AM fr jbms.tju. Mnnim Jitjsn Aq !lf!r,5'ili.' above net, ns to prolong the terms of the wetlc. but - a gtent deal better. viii9nl"n 3jqiicici l Mi lm?jsr tflsffl City Conneilmen to two year inMend of mie Mis Jennie Duvall returned S.UIirday 0AOOO) 'iwt.- av FAffi wbo' Mgrn " ''' - in Louisville to fiiend.. 1151 ?; iMUOi rt failed to provide for the election and term'-o- from a pui; A"po M ' Mi School Tutateex, and on the 2'Jtli of 0 Walton lleiideison, of Hanibal. may uno '2? Sk mnm. W3rt Iriend- - in this citv. i. December, 1871, an act ntnendin' the act pajji).0Aci T5? of March 1."), was pawed by the her 58 JJT3a Tx 1 tj tt T Mi. De.Mo, of (co V. (Sayle, South Side. s n u ii u :'! niece. Mi-Section ol which aid act 0!lows:" .1 v: m w run if k. nsbiifi Wat-oIi Mr of It ilinuupolN, 9 School Trn-tcfor the Citv uf Fi.itildort Miinjj hi- - mother in phnll liold their oflicex for the nine term, Indiana, i ami be elected at the amc time, that ConnMr. .1. B Northcntt Deponit eilmen for Mlid Citv aie elected Until; of I'.nK wa- - in the citv Thiifdnv. 8Mda The act pa cd by the lnMi .leiinie Xewman, ol f.owell, Indiana Iriend and relative- - in thi- - citv. amending the Cit Charter faikd to li the i -. time for the election of School K Duke Smith. U. S X., wa in ii Iriiwuh. The election for Conneilmen hn- - been held. the citv fheliiMol the week, and no election ol School Tru-tewa- - had Mr Otio Biuno and wife, of Switerlnml. Mr E A Fellmer and wife, "at the same time and lace, and in thc'irc Son,h ",t' aii-esame inaimei," and the will Proprietors Arca.cs. V. P Mi Tlioma of Philadelphia, an election on the liisl Satiirdav in .lann.iiv in thi. i,!? Vs1' to m' l'ai,,l11 be ; il not, do not the pre-cii.eu.u-- 1 CltV IIIIMIIV, bents hold over ? Mr John L Sullivan, formeily of thi citv ') lAl .!! ' il A'.l 21 .An &ifij i&y ha V i3 ? When the pre.-edfliceof the Cleilc of the but latent Indiana, .... :.i .ictuined tothi-cii- v v :.:? .. :.i. i.:.. :i.. . in- Zf, Uiai in form the citizens of Krankfoit tlint I lime removed my stotK of uouUI respectful oint ol Appeal- - wa- - changed from a court tiiiu -. iiiiiiii in ,,, . Miue- Alneit II McOiine returued Kg ' il.V ij ' I t wa- - taken out ol the ,In.v murniii;: from a f o two weeks to W Bf j .2 TSiktf'- -. -- iJ Li !i 1 o north side and a fire place put in. . , of hei mother in Shelhyvillc. $&. ii1- . i YAW J S 1. taking upthe flourand building up with ma-Tin-- : WAKKiiousi; ox Mr--. Mtugic and little daugltter, of fy i. r, Mr-- , ,i t sonry and filling in with and for the hearth Franklin, have been n w ito. Dr' r,,vl,tt'1li,M Gr" to caa iron luarth was Next door to the office of Mtssrs. V. A. Gnincs &Co., v.licie I am .stilling the old stouk at placed on top of the bom da and crevved 's Sallie Duvall, who has been visiting -, nor sister .Hr. Uu-- ell hnred. in hi. J.ouidown. ()., Si.tnulMv il,,. l.n... r,i ,i. ...i. leturned home Satuidav afternoon. tailing upen the hearth cau-e- d tiie flooring Call enily if you wish to get the 50 pei cent, leduttion in New Good-- constantly leceived. Mr A. II. McClnre and Mr- -. M. J underneath to take fire, nnd it came near fonner prices. Lewis returiU'd last night from a six weeks' proving a erious matter. The flames were visit A to lelative- - in Ilopkuisville and 'Logan o j9EI?33 EJ ESJCa f extingni-he- l, however, without much dam- countv The most select nnd chcnpe?t lino in the eitj, cua ass tUim VseiLui age, and the defect remedied. Mis. Mnrv Moore, nftei spending some cinbriiein;; III all its hranches a specialty. Ordeis piouiptly atteiuled to. months with her dauirhter, Mrs. S.ini'l H. . Mr. Alex. McLwan mibhtniiilinc in fiont .rftnith, returned to eityel'fi confectionery Wednesday when for the winter. of Mav 20- iv. a piece of slate weighing a pound, on the jniI.,,. T,05. H. IIillM nn,i f.unlv nij Man-ar- d roof of the Odd Fellow- -' Temple leave Tue-d- a for a visit to rel.nive- - in GOODS, Bowling (Jreen, uid will go fiom tlienceto became detached and lell. trikin ' Weit,-I1(11 lll. lllMlllll !. ... .. I. .. n cign, wneuce !. gianccii on, tiuek .Mr .M. I'lilllil.l TOILET AND ODOIi CASES, - Maty Lynn Hobin-o- n Mi on the ide ol the head, did down hi- - ii"lit and Sallie , I will Uccp constantly on lmnd a. Full Stock of 1,ir" d a knot on the back ul lii- - C."K'!"il"' Vf ,!lirulJ,-- '!'- - , ul' aim and CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C.f on-i- v i iLi .u imiu-ii. ii I'M nil's 1111 liaiid. it l". not.'ibeen fur the m i III III Mill lllllllli i... I' llllklli..." magistrate would in all piobalnlity. h:ue fJL Mr L A Thomas and lamilv will leivc had to hold an inqne-- t on the Coioner. I'm Aujii-t.- t. v to spend the b H B R 11 Mr- winter with hi- Elder George Dar-i- e will deliver a lecture and Mr-- . L. A. Keuiiimru.'iiii. Rmily Tiibimin SOUTH SIDE DRUG STOREJ? gas in the Plea-aHill Ciin-tia- u Chinch, neai t tic AnderAT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CGRFJEK. CALL AND SEE Ni Teak's Mill, next TIiuihIiiv niht. on mMi. I'lainle Bucklev, editor ol citv Sunthiv STOCK FOR SALE. New-- , pi ed thnni'h this K5' he .Alan of Snap. Ihoe who have Ion hi- - wnv to attend comt ai Lebanon, i.lu tfjwtwa heaid this lecture peak in high leinu- - ol it- - where his.?l(),lHM libel nil come up He a niiuti.erol gentlemen, merit. l'here will, no doubt, be a Ini- -i luiixiiii! fituii turn to , eight jenr? ohl, nil broken e n il'i .Hi' iiui-i mlciowd present. The lecture if inteniied to o ut iiro oilvrcd iiiiii rrmly fur mnrkt-rililu i.ilf. liquidate a small debt that hum:- - over the lla!!'- - ''atari h Cute is inkm internulh. rv COLON M. JOKE'. Church, nnd while no admi ion lee will be It act- - dii'ictly upon the blood and the dic2-liFnrimJulf, Kentuoky. WIIOI.KSAI.IC AND KKTAII. DI'Al.KK IN Price 7.ic. ol the charged, everybody who comes will he nuked .Jo- - LeCompte, South Side. Foi ale by to contribute to the payment of'Uic debt. tfwhm '-? hzym AlwMhl Ljrw: 1 9 -- re-id- e. s a I x. - WVmW I L11SHa HHfifftitfti? F (H j - -it f -- Mij-our- 8ruioi. m lAi-latm- e, l,o,ui-vil- b'. 15 , -- 1 cs n. thi-cii- y. -- -- Ca-hi- ei -t ill III I And if Low Prices will sell themwe are prepared 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. OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY TT.TT' ljol I iOnn 14.B1 U i ioi Trn-iee- En-iL'- ng ONE PRICE. LOWEST PRICE. HARRIS & HERRANN. ei vi-i- iie-ti- .s Ic-m- I ut 1 ''' " ZJ Ifc A L.1 -- ...,,. nt li-i- i '- HFTER THE FIRE! T ' ii'-m- i'. ' 2Uk iii K 1 -it ln-te- ad . ( 1 "-S- 9 -- her-iMc- - -t ''"'' 1. -- -.i & IT -- i Mis-oui'- i, wmsfflia s Goods DEESBEN CHINA, i?! 1 rm II its r 91 FURNITURE; SQtJTH BID'S to OF th:: MAfiKT &C f3TE,BBTf Greatly Reduced Prices. s -- -- Loui-vill- e, R. ROGERS. - 1 ... -- -- ..... . -- ' e- ' JAPANESE tai-e- ii-- i i l';: ns?flj flim (niWOirrB) jy? nso o riaoi aUi ii iter T r niiTt a - . I I (anP ; Tue-ibi- JOE LeOOMPTES - nt yyyy Staple and Fasicy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, resn Fish and Oysters. - I -- ... -- . , , 10 Horses and 10 Mules, for-.il- P. WETASASflS, , e- I I - I'li-- I. IvBd FISHING A1TN n mucoii--uiliice- r-- sy-te- week a wild hog belonging to the Fieble-mimle- d got into the premise ol Mr. Pat. Downev and played Havoc among in-- , t ki ling calve, tore the hide from n fine cow, and pned tin thele nnd bodv nfn vnlnn- blehot.se so that it will die. It- said to have been iinmen-e- . It was ol immediately and has doubtle- -i been made into sau-ag- e by this time In.--t te One day JiOli In tbl- - (ount.v, on Triil ly Dcceinljer l.'itli, !o Mr. IIli liiirik-neweight 111 ant wife, i: son noiiudy. I. II f T. E Groceries, Liquors, vi 8U Cigars, wn. Tobaccos," A "..iiuim ed just received his full nnd Winter stock of 1 Liiwreiifcliiirf, on Thursday, Ueceniber ami wife, a Uh, u Mr. Ll.iuK- 'W":?iitir. In thU citv nn lYnliv, Oic. 12, M.vr.niH, in ml iliingliter of Mi . iiml Mrr. Ale. MuBnn. Tin' iiuiei ul soivk'it, mil tuk.- phieo this nfter nuiin nt O'clock. f - j STAPLE AND FANCY FOREIGN FBTJIT8, &C, STREET, FEA1TEF01T, KY. Grocery alwava Everything kept in a First-clas- s on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Sept 3.3 m. TACKLE, G"CNS, PISTOLS, DRY GOO O va9 NOTIONS. at Sam. Oirdeu, colored, who was arie-le- d for breaking into Mr. L. Tobin'.-- giocety two wieks ago, had his examining liial Swigert'e old Tuesday morning and was held to an-wat WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. Call and see him theCiicuil Comt iu'JOO. Ollicei Stephen 8tandt Iliiviui: rtmnvcii my nnieii iin'l clock repair fntind two ol the Irtms, which were stolen, h1ioi lo in v rcsiili.'iicu in S mih Trniikfurt, J urn nn short n otic.-- . in the of parties who said they lM'iiiind In (.xi'cutu Si. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Onlerf left with Mr. Will Mucklin, ut the ciul bought them from Ouden. SamuelV chances (illice, unriivr of St. Clair t Ml u ping ftructe, Nov. 1P3111. lo woik for the State lor a year or two for will rtet'ivn prompt attention Due. f oi:o. W. (JAVLi:. of Kr.ivcs nrc aiimi-n.- l "D r'V'D'DT'T' ' hou'-uiihis board and clothe- - are very fluttering. I fi II l'i I J thy rohhcil of their vitlims, RKMOYAL! &C CIMflffi ! Sill! CLOTHING ! I er STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES pos-es-si- ic.-t- Andrew Kirkpatnck, who shot Haivv .Jackson last week, had his trial belote A iirio-ilf Intcnst in ii grlit ml .fudge Sneed and good liusiuc, Inc itnl in Klmville, liohannan Wed- lining Wbiuh positively .md jicriiinncntly cures IfIPO nesday afternoon, mid wa- - acquitted of the I'nil.klin ciiuiitv. TENCY icaiifceil by exct'sfs of any kind , SEMIAUtlress J.M. I'ALKKIl, NAL WEAKNESS, and all ilismsts that follow charge of shooting with intent to kill, but Dec 10 lm as lossof Liicrfv, loss of W'igginton, Ky. M.iHi;nty ot nicmnry, universal lassitude, pain in the bad., dimwas fined twenty-fidollais for carrying ness of vikion, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature concealed weapon and five dollars for bein Krave. HW Send for circulars with testiuiouiiU t)i tin Jc and free by mail, lb u INVICORATOR Ii.miM nl $t H3HrJTJI. I h 41 nuvy-iiiII- I, FOERALE. 11 - hves tirokniKcil, utt hcilth ristoreil rby ust of the src.u umi liapjiinuss and WHITEr HALL! Such a reduction in prices will never be offcred again. 6EKHAN INVI60RA'r0R HiiiiilNOiiio .1 ve TELL .JOli thNEIOHBORS 11 Handsome ihmrtsomo Handsome HiiiMlNOiuo 30 00 stills for 25 00 suits for 20 00 suits for 10 00 12 00 ! 25 00. 2i 12 S suits for suits for 10 00. 00. 00. 00. ! Tho proprietors of Kendall's Cure challenge the whole world to its equal as a cute lor rheninatini other deep eeatul pain. ItManda a rival. Spavin pioluce or any without Has ojioneil a new nt It LOOM IN(1 TON, where ho licepp full lino offline nnd Queens-wnr(Iruceriei, Dry (loodt, Notion, &o., which liu H'lli cliiap fur eiiah. Country pioduce w nn ted. Nov. 25.!iui. . box. r six boxes for t'.. hv all ilrni:i;ists. or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, ou receipt of Adams M., jiricc, by addri'xsuiK I'. J, CHUNKY, nc-- r OVKRCOATS OVliRCOATS OVERCOATS ! loicuu, uniu, duic jhlui iur inu uniicu stales, in Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, CB,TTTCH35:R A3ffD HOUTH S113ili. Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington, STARKS, 3 Tag.L'-'u- "'il.'?rv emxifj vi' i.;,;uLTj;ernTn?irrrg;rj!r3Ty3rjtrsigj.rrjf.ty.jrrrs.tr In order to close out out stock, we will sell Toys at any price, l:;?.V.""3Kfl,I3rcZ.'i;.VV Q i'iiTm Bro& - FRANK LWJ! L'HA.VKl'nilT UOUiXDABOUT, 1K0I:M1KK !". W. Mr. I'. Dclliniiiilv. fil! Wiih r. Ircct, I.niii.ivilli, Ky.. n : "I'.rownV lion I'.it- tvrw iMiivii nit' ul iiml general iti ---m l Pott S.vt.t: iti A de.-iinb-le fn Hit dwelling nzrvr j!a. dtk J&,. A&Zii "nr I var I zr? I 5 Sutillt Frankfort. . i.iiii-."- ' TO TRAVELERS. li. ioiIici-ooi- n. f V), v.'iml K."jii"vnirii. wt..v,i 1Nf.iii,.l..iV!('inlMlo enjoy . o jour Hit? cIiHriri'ii or holidays buy 11) 11 J&Sa. aL. A. JzLZiS ju I hrJL J 1 I il I .r " 1 i&Zii hjs Cmnmcnuiij: Monday, October i'i, tlie followltl; lime table will be in effect en tlic I., ."i X, Jt. K. far enpicil, this point. TT.AtNK mi Mtim Mii-i'- i he iiMiiHyi.-!f.1HMi- r j jircMMits from MursliHll nt Selheit'.''. jit w. t'lti'l ti, .'. All k ndjuiuing hN .MC'l'IilT. Holiday pie-m- i- Are espeoialiy invited to the Nn. 3. N 1 No, . i , Nn, t; E'i; ... M. 10:5? a. ji. 7:r a. ji. No tic.iin Pr.tnL.rnrl ti'Oti A. M.arr. Lull '"ir ,. t. I1. m, N". to . . . .Tool'. t. 4.io i'. M, '1:10 No. t . . M. 5:13 1. ji. r5i7. P. M. Train Vn. i irriLo ronnri I'nii fur Cinuiin iti, tlii-rat 7.15, p. in. Train No. ej mtk'.- -, ciii-1f r iiidniii i, arriving il.ere nt ls.i. p. " t. No, j i,i L connection from Cincinnati, bavins; tlurc nt ri, p, in,, nrrisinK at I'Miikfurt at o'.jO, p. 111. P.. P. IIKYAN, Ar.!it. I'-. r 11 C , Mr niwirc W. ii.itlvl.n-- . ivmnved liiJ Lcnvc Arrive nl watch and chick ii'iuiiriiii; "Imp to liii ' , rr.inl.fnrt. , t.exiitlniii lMU.llle. M A. :.. A. m, teiij itiuiii r iiiiiji mm 1. v, 1. nl- i.r iwi 7:00 tt:v M, 9:551' M. tt'o; i. 7:kiV. M. Ilttcil up a building I' ir In' purple. I'it 5:48 1. it. 7:05 p. 2:35 r. m. arr. rrnnk(ort3: ',0 r, ;t, 'nil" cm Hit- Nnrili Side uho have wniK lor 5:15 r. jt, tuvinh soitrii. hint can leave it with Mr. Will Macl-liat 1. :ivi Arrive at Leave Lcxintnn, frankfnrt. I.otiisilic. tlie eon! nilii'f nt Mr. 0 H Mack tin, ami KOt'.TII. I. cave . tc-i- -i , i 111 - n In n t- u ii i I'n.tc nt nn piled ciinilif." Tine i".U) ().) 115-1- )1 , - tiiient nl clocks Iruin Si nt I'liilipSellicit'.-- , tin jeweler. liiie-- i Wfi 11 w 'i' XJ TAV -- AWI)- iu I m. Tlie t ilie rii'.l.-i- ' Mill In- - iitiemii'il tti. $ nA-- it le- - oi'iiiiiidriipk1 plated Philip .Sellieil'M. lie -I jev.-elei'- . t, Call and i'f Wiijfeneiji. Ilnlid:i c--- - , 2l'-- l I w M ; II. .Si.i'ei), in (iter liis SM)1'C exp'r itioii imnl; S.ntinlay, ilis 10 covired Jim u two Ihoii-an- d tlnllm policv Don't forget every ai'iide purr:ha-rat in Mr. (leor.'e I'.v.hr on hi hotel, my stoic engraved 1'iee of uliargc, Philip LARGEST BIBGULATlda IH CITY A0 GODHTY whiili he thoiinht had liecn canceled lu'lovi-thSelhert, the jeweler. liie that the fi eater portion There will In- it wedding on north St (Jluir il that l.uilding wit- siill in lorcc. and mi Philip Selhert, the jewler watchmaker informed Mr 1'iilir, who wuh uicitly ni and engraver. "tveot Thiir-duri.-eil as well a plea-eMany voters is now trying hii hand on n Foil Sai.i: A piano. Apply nt ticket for School Skinny Mon. "Wc!K' Heallli Henewi-rheallli liiimlK-eri'l-i jit- -: A Inrsc lot ol Thief iri iitnl pii.i s ill he ujven to my anil v,;ror, cures Impotence, in Jantiart. Sexal dcl.ility. SI. W. T. Hunvan's. patrons on the llr.- Thur-dii- y at .Iiiiiji1 V, ' ItKil-iii-- Lwvgo line triple )3nicd ol HOI Itodgcrs 5 d TTHi IJ 14 t A JUf 21 jy St V.V JL EIS! JITH, , )'C. wire at tlie MEXT B90NDAY, DECEMBER I r (INSTEAD OF THE 14TH; AT TE3 'Tfn I B e di-tr- oed BT&aY - - v. hlmk e, d. thi-ollic- e. Trii-tt'c- s. ie-lo- u- ill cf-- J , -l m All kfad-.n- l ate-liook- - Inr children and ;rnvn (oik- - at Msnshnll it Mi,uj;In.,r,H. your oivliin Inr meal for Ciirisimas at liurckhnidi s meat store. I.e-ivln-ii- r PIIILIPSKLBKUT. Ken'-i-n tW-lIi- s Aidtliir v.ei.iin' Wedne?day hetueen n Son th Side cent and Xnrtli Side lmly. Holiday generV. at I. L .V. W. M. Staininjr, piultinu. and SoUli ton work nea.lv e.eciilid Wag. Goodwill, 'Ihird street, Smitifc Fou Sam:. A ce Wo claim to have the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Toys ever in the city. We also have handsome presents in Rodgers5 Silver-waralso imported Vases and Toilet Sets. W. fl COME Sept 3o-j- BEE for YOURSELVES ffj P mir yJLiS) j. j zl 7i ' A telephone has heen placed in the (' immnntu-iilliollice. Station No. 08. A niw t on the e. Primps, lies rniinn- - and cuuents for sale lock o' prayer liooks and (Jo lo Noel A; .lelle.'s' lor ItackhoiiOH im lit .1. M. Todd's. JnninaK at Maihall ir Meagher'n. sjiareiibs. t Nonet: Philip Selhert, the Jeweler, liaiimm-)- , and apple in larye )i.ini"i Holiday goods at J. L & V. II. Vng- - fiigiavts all ctrlicle-l liim fiec of f'r w.ile at I. M To.M.n. leiiei's. An extra lar-.- ' -3 Huckwheat tlmir and maple mohiMes for alc at J. M. Todd'-- . Apply at. this ollice. Respectfully, O'BRYAN & BANTA. idmriie. Me--r- s. The iliiet ptv-- ii cot u( tiavit'i: ; the new -- Post- - i the Valley Mills lot lin diamond-!- , jewelry, and . on South St. Clair Meet to go r oini-e- d in tht cily at Philip Selhert's the ti, alKiut 100 per cent. eler. l.tiildiii-"t-- The he- -t sclu-ti-- of watch'.s, clock-- , or. jew- Whiienides it McKwan are prepared to do till kinds of jipholstering af.d mattc-- i i goods at Philip - "f LJLJ jsy fsYfsW iM AJlxzy j&a. .ax. A f&fZS v.-y VS&? V5iy v. vsJ inin.ied it j.'ite the convicts in the Sausage, i'ent'enti'iry a Ciiritinaa dinner. Mis.C!ov. Noel it JeflVrs'. It U and Two ii.-e- parc'rilt No trouble to oliow at Selbert'rt, the jeweler. -- o-. Ji a 8 iT 3 ff 1 pS r 4 CJ3 j?3 ra F kliitiii will ru'eive contrihntions to the oa in e either in money or edilile. o lioii' of Hon. S. I. M. Major, The in trie i onr of iti- - rcide.nce. on Ann .trect, I'd-de.-troy- tj I law hase Imrnev ceived at J. M. Miilahlc for a clmich or school-hoii-Can he d for either coke or autliracileco.il. Apply lo Sol. Harris. For Sai.i: e. A large ol Fiench Todd'-- . candies ju-- t it re- IIULLIi 100 s s Hi iyiiiJj .took ire early Saturday morning fiotn the Fine solid gold headed "furnace, tttnl wan toother with Selhert'e, the Jeweler, iiio.-- t o( the vaiuithle plants it eontaincd. Mr. Roht. V. Tilloid, fonneily ol and litit now oi'Ciuvnville, Walton, ol thai ciiv, will lie niar-ric- d UoIi'h manv (rieinln in (his. week eonniatnliitionri and witdi Iiiui all iH.) iiv imaj.'malilo. tlie joy tliit-oity i, a, ac-v- cane- - at Philip Beautiful line of toys at the 5 to 91) cent store. For. Sam:. A good building lot, 43 by 2K) 'vet, located on Second Hlreet, South Frankfoit. Apply to Mis. F. Wbite- llOIKiC. DOZEN t The Indies should not fail to examine the full line of holiday presents at the 5 to cent store. All kinds ol find iniiioe meat at Iimckhnrdl's. jire-erves HANDKERCHIEFS! aj .i . Fnirraviiii: neatly Selbett'tf. the jeweler. A eecut.i at Philip ic ii HX3 tlt-sk- ?"& I ?l a toek- ol jewelry and lirouglit to thi- - eily is now silverware ever , on in the hliow eatifti at Mr l'liil. Selheit'-for a II von are loiikiu St Clair can for voter Kwcetheart nice prc.-enot fail to lind it there. jellies and great vaiiety of writing ' Mcaghn-s. mb tor w e Linen One of the Unei-- l -- t'hri-tm.i- -. . ,.. ,. tree oriinu.eiila of all kindti at I1iotognuh alliums, autograph lilsir.ihaU Solid -- al-1m- m, R-- H work boxos and ganuvs at ilverware, Mcrliug line, at Philip Woitzc-I'..- . oiallj tne Holidays, yn King'js specluclts, ilie heel in the ut PhilipSellieil's, the jeweler. market, Selheit'i. the jeweler. at Wcitzel's. i The tlrin ol C. Christmas ranis at .Unrslmll & li olvid on oraliout tlic l.--t day of .lanuarv, 1 (usher's. to tluin 1SS.I, and tho-- e wIiom1 iuiloliiediu - H p'lfit due are lO'incstod to come lorwanl Initial pins, hanglo rinrt. lace necklain e har,:ains mid eltle. and tho-- e who ce.-and lockt -, and eterythinj; imitud In cull and examine their f uinil in a lii- -t cln-- ? jewelry store at Philip stuck. Selliert's, The jza- - went oiu entirelv in the iSaptiM and no serviio could t'nnich Sunday A At tlie l'rchliytcrian Church it lie held 5 went out alter cervices l.ean. Imt lamp-wir- e liniclied. At procured and the Methodi-- t Chinch the luirner-- . jave Imt tlie Prairie chickens, veui-owild ducks and than a candle, while at the litile more c Cliurcli it was all rilil, and iee-- at lliirukliiudt1". Shnlnn-kA -de.-iinij-lit. liro. will lie --o Hlnck and while cake eoi.t-lunl- h - on hum! Philip Selhert, the popular jeweler, St. Clair treet. -- All kinds of IruiH and candies suitable for Chiisimufi at J. M. Todd's. A nuilu ay mseras ENGRAVER. aa,l fmo ri M I. dim ,t BUCKLEY, inn is TIX-WAR- E, complete line of lire works at the to t.) cent store. full -- toek of line watches at Philip Holme--tree- t. STOVES AXD Selbert's, the jewoler. Fot: SAt.fr A, Dc-irn- roidence on premi-e.-. For information apply to Mi.-- . C PHILIP 8ELBERT, Has just rccclvrj lurgo stuck f b iie burner HEATING STOVES! jaawasiiBss., REPAIRER .- - ,u.t nc-iv- ui lij-'- Prentiss, on the AMD area t; ht riiiiiliua limned luihtlN. Anuouncomont We uro aJkTf .c..eeil,'J1 a ynun man tr.tvellnj , of ll'miiiforil county, fonm-A in this city, wiih tetnrninj,' to well known ucnt fortho old Tr.t:i.lv.iiiiii Printing Coin- fur his linim in Louisville Saturday nijjdit itny nml tho Ycmniin Oflli'u, a a a prostitute, who misI'l'Sii-trf llio Ii.ind Ofliei', subject to tho notion when he was nut ly L. & W. U. purty. of tho took liim tor a former lover and tlnew a from the cileotn Call and examine J. M. Todd's In rue block cup of cold lye in liN luce, of which it is fen red lie will lose the night of Innt.s mid candies He had lnea mauiid i.l one of his evoi. Rit selection of clocks in the city at only ahout live weeks. rr. doh n II. Hr.tuhmi), ,o. HOLIDAY 001)1)8. .iiitboricil to unauunoo X 'F. P. POK-Tl- Ht WATCHES, ' I CLOCKS, JJ gj LION l. and -- ! J. beautiful stock of fancy goods for the holidays at r DIAMONDS, JEWKLUV. i.THE x"OK WEST POINT! Wageiier's. Mi8ilBi,lllBlSBwpliliiWiiB,,i GROCERIES! LOWER THAN EVER. 13 SPECTACLES, &C oili price,. D.d Gold and Silver Taken in Exchange. which ln offer, nt bottom jFAVOEITE! ND 2T1 hoU ipIInj( SPLENDID COOK STOV ES, IoWt - Philip Selhert' -- . the jeweler of this man, (oimerlv a Lard by (lie keg, can, or lieice at N'oel A now living in a oilv imt a ihoiir-ancit,liu' miles from hero, was walking along the .Idlers'. Hlreet in that place not lomr since, mid was htm if he. wlm met liy a to a saloon, when outcould direct him 5 voting friend replied: "This is it local option town, hip; besides, do von take mo for a nigii?" "Well I don't know," replied the Fre-.l- i oysters and game fur Mile daily nt flirangcr, " l"t you walk like you own the Hurckhaidl'n meat store plaoo, and I thought you could tell me where any place in it was." A young nt-ide- Arluicklr's Coffee (h't-ei- i c. d Dolls of all kinds at your own prices at the to )) cent store. DR. JAMES .ELY, Coffee from lo lo 18 Cents. (irauiilnledSimai1 li Cls. a Pound, Office in Catholic Building, ON ST. CLAIR STREET. Cents a Pound, lies! Leaf Lard P. M 7 3 m Pk'gp, ft?uitit Cluix Slroet, :u Mm. lviiu'urt, liy. "! to mj M For CASH Only A FULL STOOK OP ! Office Hours 7 to S A. M 12 to t Cheap TIN HOOFING 11-i- t. Tin-war- e 1IQLIDAY UOODS. Klicumatism is the most terrildo disease that lias ever afllicted Immunity, yet it yields to the poweifnl drugs that of. Kendall's .Spavin Cure is compos-eHead ndvt. heauti ful stock of fancy goods for the holidays at A iii hi Other indoles tuo uumciouri to All gmiils iUHvcrt.il Oct. in Z T. dOLLINS; . CONSTANTLY ON HAND. AND to any purt of the city froo. fhesii AND salt MEATS, BRIDGE STREET, SOUTH JOB WORK A SPECIALTY FRANKFORT. nov. JAS. ECBESTir Antifaii ttiiiifiiig, South Frankfort. J. L. S5 W. 11. Waggouor's. POUND. OKNTS 1'EU 121 SAl'S.UH: 12V CKSTS VBll POUND. POltlv STEAKS jUrMl orders promptly attended to. dec. 2-- tf. Job Work Neatly Executed at this Office. Plippp m- M Cfcifflft Isfcrtv v.nime v msMtBTiMtLsnentil xtAx Tfflgtnaimi'aMMirrTrtllKBgniicTi'uiMiy,aM Bros,' Toys are to be Sold regardless of Price. 'ji,..vvagas5ni 'i3!Ji9yj'im ?ir:rrxrtr-jrrv33:-KrsiK- ii tiji .tgjL-e- v ta'iraaecTTZiiRrittaBaaaitiu.aawssasKTieffwar.aBigJ 'FRANKKORT .f .1 t ... MHTOBOIIT. i, m M V..'n . w Little Mncvie I'larK ilauuliler ol Win Clink who iuix Inen in ven pour health lor eenil rinnth", we ate ji'ml lo hear ii now iiiiprnviiit:, s. P, Swim, M. 1). (.5. A. I). II own, M. I) Drs. Smith & Brown, NEW PLAKIKU MILL. Mai tiflrv Tlioiiipivt Im ik'ciiiv.l thai the via Mock of ti,v l)fiO"it linU i mjlyvct to taxation voniity im:pivN Tin nil I'otisuh liijrhcr lejial nmhoiiiy. fr Uk Stotaoy Creole. .V U '2'2i tliv m. iViiiV fi'liool term W etrv Mr. Alex Haroi' mid wile, nl 'nine, an- - viitn.n Min !.oui:i I'lvDe - What liasln'i'mitv nl llie Tnuville cot respondent, dnl that hi hunt I iv i lit in all tip? :ittli ! oi perli'tpv oi.e ol that pttiv tin one fox he jrot into three holi'i, !luv win it, iloliii'otiV litigation in Theie is precinct tliati any we knnw nl in the rountx. Our nn iiiMilWii.itr Mniihl !nrve nn Ihe ineniue ol their nlllofx. Theie Imvc hcen noeonit held Helli l"f (our or live month? Hurrah lnr Hen- - PLAIN Physicians 'IT $ O Surgeons, 3?, 1? , 15 " J. Y. Is M, WAKEFIELD Waning 3iill, to I A. ?f IS Ofllro nnd -- X" Having recently ndded to hi.i IMnbllfhtncnt !ii 1 TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulates through every part of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. If jdiscasc has entered the system the only sure and quick way to drive it out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, nnd the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iion will restore the blood to its natural condition; and also that all the iron preparations hitherto made blacken the teeth, cause headache, and are otherwise injurious. Brown's Iron Bitters w ill thoroughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purifying and strengthening it, and thus drive disease from any part of the system, and it will not blacken the teeth, cause headache or constipation, and is positively not injunous. Saved his Child, Md. Feb. iz, 1SS0. Gent: Upon the recommends-tlonfe- a friend I tried Brown's lnq brtkio as a tonic and for my daughter, whom I Mt' thoroughly convinced was waMMg away with Consumption. Havfng lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care of eminent physicians, I was loth to believe that anything could arrest the progress of the disease, but, tc my great surprise, before my daughter had taken one bottle of Brown's Ikon Bitters, she began to mend and now is quite restored to former health. A nfth daughter began to show signs of Consumption, and when the physician was consulted he quickly said " Tonics were re. mured;" and when Informed that the elder sisitr was taking Bhown's Iron Bitteks, responded "that Is a good tonic, take it." Auokam Phelps. 17 N1. Church, f. WM. CROMWELL, Clulr trcri, rvidfnrp next door to the U.iptlei FirsM'inss now jircjmrcd furnish nil kinds of Afiorney-at-LawA , SI) ikUoorUS, Fins, MiS AT.so t'.i-weo- k. MVI nml uife, t1 Mr. Oharlivlou lhnlF.iyetti1 iMiinly. are vImIiii,; uliitmn iii (Ills tK'iuhllnllliMil I itiu utiilvr nini, o!l-iin:- ter lor In; ha" lor 1 ! cl l Imvo -- o wiin. Mr HunoMiiratimn an e.riie iir ttu tlionirli n. liiuifr up lor n fiitie lie InniM i -- tliink he liu iii liaio liN until" ol llimti't, iitrilnl Ion;: eiioiiiili in in-lc- atl at the 'liool lioiwe Satunlay nijzlit pi-.- f, Tin re will he nil vcr nicely. lunilher ih hue at the iitnp place Snlmil.tv iiijiit, the Ku It iul , on the rpieMion ' whicli ihsorvi- - the innt pt:ue. f'uliimliti lot Ametiea. ir Valiiiijloti l'ir (leleinlinj ii " Kvervhoily invitul. Dk' Nth, Mmtiiil at Aniioeh Tne.-ilaMr. l'cihi'ti Kthii jtn" nl Ilenrv eonniA, . Jennie Penn, ol tin- - eniintv. to The -- v 1 ! v, Mi-"- Mi!-Lv.r.- ie Citnlt mn! Mr. Tiionia." Sliiielc. Imtli ol daughter. Ella, n:ed hnrkuariN 'nto (lie liie a few ilnv.iiu and had it lift hern r lnr mothiv would have hern lmriildy hnrned. she was only Mijrhtly htnnl 'I lie frcinlil tr.tin ftoin T.nuiiile Ia.t Moiul niotiiuitf (Inlin Mnp.ifl', eotiilm-tor- ), th k station he pome jut alter mean- - hioke il." i'ouplin.', hut ii otimj down Ciade, it rim a- - lar - Coiiwhv ', in'H where they eaini Kdher wiili a ciah One ol n the ! thtown frmn liie t"p ol a hux ear on to a ll.it cai, hut sii-- i. lined no M'ri"ii- - injury .Sevesal nl the cat. hail tli i i head tiiifhed In pliiit'i, their draw l"it" hmke and one n( the U.H rar'n tiitelc-- I'irciil it tn nit tlree (eel tiiuier the ear Coal, iinn, and wnnd Were e.itteied for evu.il hiiielin! iiiil :iloti! tlie track. ahoiit tliiew the an lintii hehind lime Amouu. Mr. 14 John while Minikin" in n 111 lell Scroll Vork, Stair Work & Turning f Heal 33stai'o I Agonfe, .Mn j ! Colteli (ml in the Hot Stylo. -. Will irncticr in ihe tt nf 1. itiiktit) ami I tio ndjolnlng c'lilllit iu", ntnl will ulo ghu Hjicoiul Tttcntidii ti lit" iiiri,hniF inul 'filf ut mil collcptinn nl runi", I'l.ilm, utnl thu n i;otiiilhin nl limtio, Ollicu 2.i-- l. i; tr. IP ! 5 i .fmio imsili' Gnurf IIiiiki". - v ; pa-i- n- "'""NOTTbJi" rnnx usr.u, Tiintsi)v ai'tkuxoon J. - JONES BKOS.. I'lojnictors. Ma K If Ii--O If T . WORKS, r.ilu-innu- i -- i'f Kchlo .Min-lctin- KdtKMthiti i'hI TmI'Iii ' c ii tot Like pi ici' rviry I'liduv Chllil'i'ii wl'l iifnriiKon froi'i '! in t n'ldeek P. M. Tlio Ihim-tutliii iipi'ii l"i ii'iinrnt nt y time wIilii iiidt uoinenii'iit fur tlivm to nlti'tid. .IflllN A. Sufct iftf.lcnt. o.cr !(" .il.icturcrof all kinds of New Worl. toi nf tln IC iitnalcy IiiMlttiiinti fur Flour Wilis, Disiillorios, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, eaass fhtisgc of all kinds, sc. JlfjfVoiHKirt- - lor New Woik in ni.y pan tin- St nt Oncdror et of ornci Ann and Droidway Mrecu, Apiil f Norlh hide, 1'r.inkfort, Ky. -- Thi-aceale- nt Opt. ';.' l. Eutaw St, Baltimore, Mttzislu Loading of - Henry, Mere the atlviniai.t" The ' iilii pari lell lnr l'u.i-Mrwi- on the nltiTinuiii i" Churcb School House. n tiamwhi'te it lecep'ion uhe'i them. Ho"i ate wni th onlv six cent''. Thele f.,1' aliout il luimlitil (iieinl- the Hoi ii. (In the ."d iat. to Eldtr V. M. putic tn i!iie" liie tin;r ol the niiplinl kuut h EM .1. K. V South. fJniiicn and Mile, n m"jii TiiMii:. Mi. Bio-- e Quarle" and wife sue lallcim.' of sioin-- ' lo the Fmk of Elkhom to livo. Mr. John Talho:. iKy.. si Clui-tmHrmvii'i I 'on Hlttei- - lia uuied him ot will mioii rie'iM- don't in1 lure, and we wil! all have FOiiietliin: ol lonj; iaiiiliii' to pr.-'t- ni Loni-villnen-ral"iu a- Guns fiom ?:i.00 tip) Bieoeh Loading Onus fiom Wrt.00 :6-t- up ; Revol- vers from r.Op.ui): ruflosehliuiipfor IS piiKcIllustintcd Catalogue. I'lTTSUUltGII riKK AUMS CO., VittRburKli, Pa. Kr.NTUCKV'S ROUTE EAST rot; nraciii, Wo continno to .tnaanlirtfnrHfrtl in vntrnt4. en.vnntfl. ks, copyrights, etc., for tra do-mSI tno uinteu htatos, anu to ootampav- f3mt Vi 0Ilts in Canada. EiiRland, Franco, ( (Ssifil Clormany, and all other conntrios. , ... ., .. :.- fhargo lor examination 01 moticis or uraw-- 1 iivin. Advice by mailfteo. j'.liniii-- j oiiimiu'U uiiiiuii nn um uuuwu in linn iha saiESTIFic AMKHICAN, v.hichinflu-c'.titho largoit circulation, and in tho most no.vfipapor olitrthind jiublichcdintho vorid. Tho advantages ol'tuch a uotieo every patonteo uiidorstnndn. TiiislarRO and pnlpndidlv illusfratcd at M.20 a year. :s.l in a Pnlttod to bo tho 1k .1 paper devoted to ii urMacriauk'M, inventions, eiigincciing voilm, tn I other dcpartnieutu of iudustiinl punlNhed in miy country. Singlo copied !; mail, 10 cents. Bold by all newsfk rauuarau.ft ieb tbil I Antioch Farinei- lauli -t a(. eon-idero are i.eiri U. nil done atherin thi-wee- lc. coin. Mr. Milton .Siuiih heen ijuite ill Whnt would the people do without the it their liofKt'VfOfT? Kejlod heliieiid. Fiiend-- . if vou v.nnt In do well, tuutrv; hut il j on mii nt lo do hetter, for gooduet- -' -- is vr 'nJa?9 K Etfil "A I ar H SJGS!. rrSHi, M fssAMmma W tnra s fiJAw ZstfiemM ztirdM i IIIH OM.Y INF Kl NMM SLECPIMO CARS raLLKAN NEW rou iffrlKMlaJ A SOLTD Tli A IN inoM ake May iajrlc. -i Madame rumor 'nyf there - anoHier Weiithei piojiliel1) ."TV it will he cold lift wedding Minn to follow. "hlixcn" fiom oiv until imikc'' licr appiiUiiiiec. "Whi'ther there he prnplieeie-the- v Field-itiWe had a verv nice social at Mr. e Let tui- - .sentence shall fail." HrawnerV WetlneMliiy ni'ht ol la- -t jail poor cold na lined ureatinib. week. j Some one leports that turkevs arc ripe. Mi. Edward Kinjr. for mmiv vent- - n rc-- i. I wish thev would please tell - w here thev dent ol thi- - neihhoihood, wan humid at :rov, lor it would he a perlect enrio-i- tj for ihi.- place lift Sunday. the people ol tin vicinity to gather them. The Sioney Creek dehnlot- - didn't jret While ridinir :i!oii2 the other dnv Iieatd away with the Uaid Knoh ho- - quite io fcvci il ii( in;: and vviutin io know who had Ian Satuiday ni'ht. thi- - licpottcr i". hut I tell jouyon would he We wnnlil he very tnncli plea-e- d il jour hocked a hy tlecliicity il you onlj knev. Hut helieu' me. it i;- only ; he not alraid, from Church Schofl-!io- n e make a "wap wiih u- -, as Me have too lor I'm neithei a lion or hyena, hut A r! ways as Now. many ho this ncighhorhood con-o!u1 -- Brown's cuies Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering from such wasting diseases as Consumption, Kidney Complaints, etc. Iron Bitters effectual-l- y LOXJISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. al WASHIif GTOH CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FARl' TRAINS FOE s-- W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY 1 corre-pniide- iit dealer?. wn-il- in Mm tied At lhi place Tuesday Decetn-he- r Bald Knob. I'.'th Mr Hohett Jliliiiiuton ami R8TIK, GROGKERY & GIMME. IVim. Mr AilendiuiH Thu Tt is ruuioted t lint we Will have a ueddiin.' Slmcl; .ind Mi I.izie Clink The cere-inon- in this vicinity in a few days. I cordially invito jnu In en 11 nnd o.Miinine my Elder J. K 1'. m:h perloimcd h Niw and Fresh Stoelt of Goods. Partie-ar- e in this noitrhborhond. plentiful .South. ami the voium fo!k an Imviugn jrood time. MAIN STREK1, FKANKI'OKT, KY Hiwtci:. Il - fl.iid that a vniiug man in thi section Sep:! tf. Bi'idfjoport took hi- - j:irl to church ami when he found hi- - rival wa- - there at on the Mile block-a- ihe The IiOL'.VDARot piper. hidv'- - hor-- e held the yoim iiuiiu; Mr- - Ell.i JiiekMoa ha- - heen ijuite sick -- eivice tn keep the other fellow from goiny; home with her. thie wee!;. Mr he is afraid he lutcc Pcvton We jirc l.id to pe Antioch to the ft out will loe his hogs doui havintr imt them in I.on,: mur he wave. ininiii nl Fruit nndOrnmnPiitnl them and then look ASl'PEUIOlt a warm bed tn Kruitc. Orapi'Vini-x- j Lir..ii-- , Little d.inhier of I.illie and them out ton Mion. IIi ?as iluv hav Plnnts, inul everything lound in n Mayie .liiekMin Iimm iccowied lunn a nt taken cold, ami he will !ne pari of them nnrsen estahlirliinont. illne-- s. '' We eiiiploy no ngi'iiiy, but jnvo our commiswithout a ilniiht. ice- - at Smith Helton Chinch Heu'iilar R'dl of honor ol fluid Knob School fm sion direct to tho planter. Wo refer to our old at eleven o'clock. Uiv. It !'. the weik ending December Stli, 18H2: patrons. Our new eiitnloguex will ho tent on application. . Ma-te- is Middleton Noel Lee, Win. Wat ren. Tilden II. 1 HILLEXMnVEU, Lexington, Ky. pop 0 If A hrotlierof ihe p'itor. Elder Teriell, nl Iliino.l Frank Aldrido Curli-- i Iloik'eis, L. B, Mai-hal- l, Mi und Win. Pniif.; Diidiepoit Clni-tia- n Chinch, pieachid heie Mi-- Ii.ii'iel. K MDaniel. V. (Innlni,, M. Xa-- h, las'. Siiudiiv, hoih umiuiii and uiht. L Peter-- , N. Sanfoid, and C. Nash. The Hiidi-por- t Cirniiiius tree will he The debute which vvrir liolil hereon Fii-dUoe L'o at uir'l.t. erected.it. A It m . dialogius kV;e , ren Fear-ni'.'ht of1) last wpek between .JnM'pli If. fXeroied ileclainaiiiiu-- and P. Hi ntley allinited uiitc a dered hy the fji'idepoit miIioo! will he held in lurje crowd, mid all seemed in eninv the Come one, come all, oica-io- u connection theicwith veiv iniicli, Mr, Hentlcv, thinkiiiL' The Eilitot ol the I'oirxD.uioi'T ic Iuiii-p- H uiiiihli' lo cope wiili Mr, Penis in invited to he pie-en- l. Jan argument. Mriind the of Mr. Roll of honor ol hclinol for .lame- - llnrr"d a leuneil and able Fpeaker, .THE MOST week ending Die. 1.1, 1.SS2: Lena l!nheit, who iipp.ared upon lie Ma ml in behalf of discovered, as 11 .SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ivir is certain in us und docs not Itoiii llieatt. Matlie I. on Crockett, Willie the ncjiithe -- ide o' the (piepijon. and wa blister. KKAJJ PROOF 1IE1.0W. Also exctiknt Partem, Crockett I'nnent, Minion Patient, follow ed bv Mr. Wni Mooic," who Fears for human llcsh, DaiM-him in aHiimingihe Pari cut, I'aul Crulcher, Eilul had i'Iiiimii in ik-- 'hi PROM Mr Moore ileliwied a eeiv iuler-estinCtutidier. Iiiilhie Itoheilf-- . Sallie Ituth Wil-co- iiu-tin- n f. r a man unlearned iiddre-being Willie Fud Itiimp, Dei nice po-ts- -ni oi -- pieinlul 1'iotlier wit. lenliitih, (Jhinu SiindeiH, Ihe YouiiKstoun, Ohio, May lolli, i8o. qmsiiou wan, "Which ban ihe ''reatei riuht Dn. II, I. KiEMiALt it Co.. Oents: I had a verv m cnnnilain nf the treatment thev have a liable :iinbletoiii.in colt that 1 nrircd verv biuhlv. Benson. one received at the hands nf the while man, the he had a larc bnnc spavin on him joint nod a I sin. ill very lame; had one on the other which made James Shoiise in improving slowly. Negro or tin- - Indian. " The iiucMiou was him under the charge of two Lt1.ri11.1ry surgeons Mr. argued bv the lour rfioken ol above, and who l.illeil to cure mm. l wasonc u ly reading thy iidvertiseuieut of Kindall's Spavin Cure in the Mrs. !. H. SheetH is ntill iiuahle to leave decided in lav or ol tin afliriiialive We Express. 1 determined at once to try il and her room. will have i give up that .Joseph It. Feais is jjnt our druggists here to send for it, they ordered I three bottles; I took Thin woiihl he a itood place for a noher, the tii-- ilehalor in this end ol the county of give them a thorough them Iall and.it thought would trial, used according to dihis age and practice, indiiHlrioiiH Hhoemuker. rections :uul the fourth day the colt ceased tn be I used but lame and the lumps have disappeared, one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps There in home talk of a hroom factory "Buchupaiba." nnd as .smooth as any horse in the stale. He is tntin ly lieiii-- : eHlaldislied here. It will pay. remarkable Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid- cured, 'the cure was so remaining th U let two ol my neighbors have the two bottles, who Thechildieu are lieinniiij.' to talk nhout ney, Bladder ami Urinary Diseases, Very Respectfully, are now using it, Santa Claim what will lie hriug me? I.. T. FOSTER. Druggists. Little Lena Biuiulcy, daughter of John Druinley, in very iek with pneumonia, Franklin CD'jnty-FirFor Sale! Send for illustrated circular givi g positive proof, Price $1. All druggists have it or an get it for) 011. W. F, Clark and wife have heen verv Dr. II. J. Kendall & Co., i'ri tors, Enotburgh nek hut are repotted better atthm time. A fiirin of gooil bottom land, containing 92 Falls, Vi. The packet Fox luifi been icebound for neri-d- , well improved, with good orchard nnd out & neatly a week; &he will now lesiime her boutac, located wltliln n hull' mile of tbn Owen-to- n pike, on Muln Klkhorn, und within the sniuo regular trip a iJIstanco of two churches, mill and cbuol houic, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Calvin SheelF, bin two eoim and two Is oflcrcd for sale nt a barciilti. flSyPluin mid Decorative Paper Hanging daughter!--, have been very sick with malarial For information apply to H, 0. 0HUE0H, n speciality. t to he iinpioving on adjoining farm. fver, hut are tltouli Order left at Averill't drug store will be promptly t lowly. Aug. 29.301 attended to, April Mi-.letiv DRY GOODS, TBBSS. Addict, jrnnn Co., publishers of Scion-titlAnifiu 1:1. 2(31 3roadway, New York. Handbook (.boutpitoutri mailed ircc. & e the dikect route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ! iiffl Ait mzstcacBzaccif 1-- . 2 Gai fillilStlliikliFBilTS For ticket nnd further npply to your miirrsl liekel-olheor wlilii V. V. rni-;li- t Monroe, DhUion inul Pussvnjror Agent EuMiigtoii. Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER,'. ' . (Jeneial .Mnnnfrer, (Jen. la.s. Agt., . RirilM(i.NJ), YltCl.MA. e, o t FHTJTT G. MATTER.2T, FALL OF (882. No.llt!) Main Street, over Crutolm .fc Stnrl.3' WHITE HALE" Clnthitij,' lloufe, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AKE OFFERED in the wny of lino pictures of nil style und descriptions'. Why will iliu iiodonl Finrktnrt send to the city for work when they cnti hi Oet.i-'j-tf- . nt boiii.iV DON'T GET LEFT TAKB THE -- -- I1r.1t-cla- le-ee- p;i-tnr- Louisville & Nashville Eailroad. IL LETTINGS." (Lnu., tjin. The final ic Lt'.sinytdii vil iii Di Tlnoiili Tumi; Line iov ami (he A ay Notice to Contractors! Post Office Di.I'Akt.ment. CI XVNuWi Tl a,.il the EAST, LOVlXVlLLh IT IS SOUTH. I tr.. ...... ..... vv anui.Nu iv, will u, r v., v 1 October 16, 18S2. J 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Uork, Hot Springs ami Texan. Proposals be rcceivetl at thu 1 Itu-M-- ll, COL. L, T. FOSTER. Contract Office of this Department PULLMAN PALACE CARS until 3 p. m. of January Gth, 1383, Hun Tlirouyli From for carrying the mails of the United Louisville to Memphis, Little Bock, Nashville, States upon the routes, and accordDecatur, ing to the schedule of arrival and crn I Chi-e.ig- o departure specified by the Department, in the State of Kentucky from July I, 1883, to June 30, 1884. iiiiko Moutgomoiy, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and New OrleanB WITHOUT CHANGE. 1 81 1 Lists of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second 'Assistant Postmaster General. $, Tniini" of thij Coiiipnnv from Frnnkfort coniinotioiiH nt Louiovillo with tmin n '!,".ln J'.'".u. f,,r Mrml''l'. Htlo Kock, Nnith. ville, .Mohile hihI Niw Orleitns. Also with trniiiii tor ull Mii.t8 in tho North und West. m Kendall's Spavin Cure. EMIGRANTS to Arkniimicitrul 'fexim should write or sec an HKint ol thu Coiuiuiiy before iuroliH!nff their t i0 K c t c . C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A., I.ouUville, Ky. EGBERT SON, COAL! ALL G COAL! B. "J! T. O. HOWE, Oct. 28-C- KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale ut Lowest Pricoe by Postmaster Central, .'"" 'Ww