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Clark, Louisville, us: "I been troubled witli indigestion, ami lime been jjri'ittlv bencllted liv Brown's Iron Call and .ee Wnggener'a holiday goods. Mr. Ceo. V. Heock and Mi.--a Maiy E. Loyd were married at the residence of the alter-noon, 1882 Number 14. &V- - s.6x rRtaam hac BALL'S QBE wSSSmSm NEW DEPARTURE ! n B? FJC HIlllTH." n ZZ"V 'XEiPttP BY PHYSICIAKB. and Orttarrh of tho Husal JCyo Ulcoratlvoj Catarrh 5r Throat, tt la taken INTfcRNALLY, and Blood nots DIRECTLY upon thoSystem. and It Mucous 8urfnoo of the Is the bast Blood Purifier In the ALL thntls WO.LD, and Is worth charged for It, for THAT alone. &"(" Cavlty-Ohra- nlo only y And we offer One Hundred Dollnro for any Oneo of Catarrh It will not Ouro. a W1XX CUHBANV CASE. Office of A. T. 8tkwait & Co. I Chicago, 111 , June 4, 16&. f Jlfe4r. F. J. Cheney C Co., Toledo, O. (lentlemvml tnko pleasure In Informing you Catarrh Cure. Ii lias that 1 hao tm.-- Ilau'n ml don't hesitate to cured JiKt was v iy lud-apay that it will aire any rape of Catarrh if. token Voura truly, properly. mum inn mi TOE 12TIN for MARKETS cauiis WOPTn tUO A MOTTLE. E. JdcniiAT, JucksMi, Mich,, writes HavH had Catarrh for ft yearn. Hall's Catarrh Curo cui ed nic. Consider it worth $10 00 u, bottle. nor bottlo. C'Soltl by all DrufrglstsatJ.'$ cts CHENEY & CO. F Mfmufnetured and Soto Proprietors, TOLEDO, OUIO. Fur Silu lv JOS. .icCOMITK miuohist, Smith Frnnkfort. Oct 18. Iy Watehea Fins Cloeks3 Bagravini '1 SAMUEL AYERS. FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATCH 3IAKER, vSucrc??or to H. V Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., cnr.tiiitiCK tin- witteh re.pnlrin buirietf ut the "old maud. Ky wniinptness mid enroful work he hope to merit tho pufrunngo of tliojo to hivc their wiitdio' repaired withuho dei-lre out damage hfing diuui them, Surveyor' repaired and other innt'iimeiitc requiring delicate mid .iccurnto adjustment. ciin-pnne- In retiring from hmdiici pleiiiMirc in ixpn-fi-iiif- wn cipuMu of meeting the In in ii evir expectation of my fanner putruiis. 4 Mr. S. A'icn with him At in Frntikfort I take my entire conildmcu in hihI from my long acquaintance d wmfcnuiii, do not iicnit.itc to cum-tnen- 11. h M LLK. Sopt...10-t- f FOR A SHORT TIME i THE FOLLOWING GOODS PRICES MENTIONED, i If tho or b r Ik 'eat hv innil with port registered letter, or poMng oflh-- order, t.iiiiu: Silver Thimbles, open or closed ends, 24 cts. Solid Silver (Sterling tiiiiimiitml) Twi Spoons, :i 83 iir srt. Solid Sllvei Table Spoons, $10 65. EODQEES' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 OTS. JZodat'rtt t'vu Hooin.'&.no per ut. Rodgero' Table Spoons. $2.50. Eodsera STEM Forks. $2.60 Per Set. Hoilrs' KniveH, JjJi.OO Tr Set. WINDING WITH HICKLE CLOCK IT SI, ILUIM, S1.S0. Uh flolld O .1 1 Ki'K, 'liner IfM, fr tUe littlo folk, 75 eenff. t or plain Forx'liiu, Maggie (Jrceii, Lizzie bride's mother, in this city, Thursday Tho machinery of the steamer S. V. by Elder (ieorge Darsie. IViit'e in still in tho liver, never having lu'eii mined, noil Messis Miles A: Son have A little ohihl of Henry White, colored, not purchased ii, as repotted, who lives on the hill above the Areiial, was tenibly Saturday inorninir, about the The following ollieers of Frankfort Lodge feet and legs, by a kettle of hot water being No. 10, K. of II., were elected Tuesday night overturned on it. It wns standing b the lor the ensuing nix months: stove when one of the legs came out, the Daniel Ouber. Past Dictator. stove tilled over, and he kettle fell oil'. A. T.Todd, Dictator. C. Shnbinski, Vice Dictator. If Catarrh has destroyed your sene of smell and hearing, Hitll'n Catnrrli Cure will Dictator. Alex. Szymanski, cure vou. to cents per bottle. Diuguit W. II. Hrinkwurlii, fiuide. elli t. George Salender. Triasurer. We have jii"t received of Mcrs. D. .1. Loiran McKce, Kcpotter. Lake A" Co., of Philadelphia, one of their Philip Sclhcrt, Financial Reporter. Aliases of this county. It is a very complete C. A Xel-oCliaplahi. and valuable work, containing maps of Alex. Conway, (iiianliiin. Arc no ,v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they each precinct in the county, showing locaJ no. V. Knpe, .Sentinel. .1. N. Mile), C. .Shnhintki, and Alex. tion'' of county roads and residences of farm, sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted McKwau, Tiuctees. eis: of the cit) by wards ami voting precincts; outline plan of the county; table of Lee lleninanii, Grand distances and population of the county; map Philip Selhert, Alternnte. of Kentucky and Tennessee; outline and Dr. U F, Duvali. Medical Kxamincr. railroad map of the United States and An nrcident happened at the gas workn tables of valuable information. It y night which oaine near proving is exceedingly handy as a book of reference fatal to .faun's Ilarvie, nn'ored an old and and should be in every houe. The agents All other g jods handled in their season. Hunters' expoiieneed einplove of the ctulililmieiit. are now engaged in delivering it to the subThe pressure put upon the gan caused the scribers in this cit v and couutv. outfits. water to ldow out ot the purifying hox, ami The residence of Maj. K C, Williams, on together with an Mfd'tn nt he went into the purifying room to remedy the matter, when the hill overlooking the city, on the souththe gae, which wiih escapiiiL' rapidly, over- west, known both as the old Major and came him and he fell on the floor. The Harl in place, was destroyed by lire Sat Constantly on hand. man who was with him became frightened, unlay morning. The fire broke out about ran out and called for ussi'tancc, and before eleven o'clock, at which time Maj. Willie could he gottoa out life was, almost ex- liams and wife were both from home, and Breech-loadin- g and is there was no one on the premises except a tinct. He was finally now all right. During the time occupied in colored tamilv who lived in an outhouse. Hiving Ilarvie, a sufficient ii.uitity of gas Nothing was saved except a few articles of A.isr CHcaped to caucc the lights all over the city furniture. The fire is supposed to have Sept. to go out. Unfortunately for the company, originated from a brick being burned out of the unti'gnH meeting was in nec-ioat the a chimney and the flames communicating Court Hou-- e at the time, and it gave the through the apperture to the woodwork of a material for their gan. closet. There was SI, 700, insurance on the house but nothing on the furniture. The Satullotivs held a meeting Saturday night, and invited a number ot friends to Score Tom One. meet with them and enjoy a grand imnquet We clip the following from a letter written which tliev supposed had been prepartd for : from this city to the Courier-JournHut alter spending a their couMiuipiion It waft only yesterday that vour correscouple of hours in pleaasni conversation and pondent met in town two of our ino-- t social games of euchre they discovertd that responsible and truthful citizens, namely, the member who was lo prepare ll.e feat Col. Isaac Wiugale and wnsoiit of the city, and iheir appeiites would Tom Scott, both ol Woodlake, this county informally discussing the incident of a fried not be appealed with quail on toa.-G-ood- s, recent finhing excursion on South Elkhorn a-n.c3r oMcr. ttc, and thev went away exceeding Creek, near the ol the latter sorrowful, for they had anticipated a good Said Mr. Scott lo Col. W jugate: "Don't you remember that catfish jou in:ire meal, and had been fasting for sev- caught and threw out on the bank?" eral days in order to do it full justice It "Yes; what of it?" was the twentieth marring? anniversary of " Well, the next evening, just about to set the feast, a twfnty-sihours nfler you threw him out the iin'inber who 0L17B WOOD GOODS, unique set of tinware had been provided as theie, my little boy and I went down to the when creek to catch a mess of 'nd eye-"t for him, and the orator of the club a my sou picked up that same fish, Iving right had been instructed to loid up with the best where you left it, ami it was still alive .'" speech he could manufacture and had burnt It is a common practice among our hufis fishermen to throw away, as in 1I1N cae, the midnight oil in its construction and befote his mirror; but when the ter- the blue cats. They are not valued as a table fish, and nro rarely "strung." rible announcement was made that no sup- Knowing both these gentlemen lo be above per was in wailing the presents were sav- suspicion, I have no hesitancy in indor-iu- g agely pocketed, the orator mournfully folded their story as absolutely true, notwithstandup his manuscript, and each one silently ing hujishy smell. marched out into the night, with the same Doesn't Want It. thought that the Dutchman wal lopped his Fuinki'okt, Ky., Dec. 10, 1SS2. son for having. Kdihr Roundabout : Advertised Letters. Please return my thanks to "many friends of the school" for a call lo become a candiKy Dec. 23, 1882, Fkaxkfokt, date for school trustee, and assure hem that Bright, Dr Arnold, Willie I appreciate the compliment, but must reBrock, Miles Clark. Wash spectfully decline to become a candidate. Callaghaii, Mary Claik Charles U. V. William. Dawson, William Cany. Morihy I "OpfflArai K' : Wholesale and retail dealers in STAPLE & FARGT GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, propose to first-clas- s. u. i Hepie-entativ- e; BEST BRZSTDS OF Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. complete Tue-da- FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Fine Shot Guns a Specialty. see iron yourself. 30-311- 1. u im I FOB W SISTM'S X 1 al R. K. MCCLURE & BP Have a nice line of t, gen-tlein- au -- Such as Inkstands, Papetries, s .' CIGAR CASES, ODER CASES, pic-cu- al DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen iiives, &c., &c. WRITITSTGALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS, I SUCH A. 8 "WATCHES, DIAMONDS. SILVER PLATED WAKE Send for our ! LARGE ASSORTMENT OP llanmer, Maggie .fnhhou, Lou (iiillin, John Harrod, Joseph Jenkins, liellie A CARD. days since, through the columns of the Hoc.npaiioi't mid Yeoman, to become candidates for School Trustees, we will say, that while we arc not candidates tor the portions, if the people desire our seniors for another term, and elect us, we will endeavor to discharge the duties to the best of our Editor Jloundabout : In answer to 11 call made upon us a few CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Prictt before you buy. OTIS w. sirexxBit, Kellv, Susan Lewfs, Faniiv King. Danii'l McLean, WA law is, Lizzie Perry, Marin MrEimiH, Will Hi'lllw, Steven Itod.'crs, Elbert Snider, John Shuck. John W Wiley, Joseph Short, John Williams, Arthur J Wallace. Flora E Williams, Lathesha Williams, Joe Woirhnge, Margaret Wilson, Mary Walker, Kobi Willis. Taylor When calling for the above letter please J . IUtchitt, V. M. say advertised Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. -l- 2J-tf utilities, Ht'spcclfully, E, WiiiTiwinKs, D. L, II.U.Y, W. S, Dkiiunuy J. C. STTXfca-EO- BUSH, D. D. S DE1TTIST, Dr. T. I.. Taylor.) office from 8 W. J. OHINN, DEALEK 15 FRANKFORT, 1"V., Can tftotite Court llouse, Uxiugton, Ky, Manufacturing Jnvclcr. fZTlVprk Shif an J Salts Room: Ufftrtt,, "Bough on bed-bugs, Clears out nils, tuict, roaches, flies, anls, Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't in. ready to do all kind of dental work to tbo skunks, chipmunks, gophers, he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken entire ittUfaction of tboio who may ohoin to July iiilernclly. Price 75 cents, patronize biui. 25c. Druggist. 15-l- y Bat." $100 Reward (Succeor to be foaml at hi ALL KINDS OF COAL, p. a. in. to 5 WilUollatthe very loweftflgurei FOR CASH! a is a candidate for Hon. in the Representative ol as o at Frankfort, Kentucky Legislature. attho Eatored ai second class mailable mutter. No freight will be received or delivered at the railroad depot in this city after 10 GEORGE A. LEWIS, o'clock Monday morning. ' 1 Toys at Your Own Piice at GRIFFIN BR 03. lm Ira Julian A SWEEPING- REDUCTION thiscountv A.T jut tg?Bwr."PF JKT1 tAWU niL12EMESE'&2Wn&yZZZ2rc FRANKFORT pot-ofllc- KOILNMBOUT. E Alter asicL FvuTolislier2U, 18S2. - FRANKFORT, DECEMBER flefore another issue appears Christnm will have come atul gone, bringing, we hope pi ensure to nil nnd grief to none. This is tiie pennon that more there any other Wrings childhood Itnck, nnd how we revel in memories of our youthful dnys, remembering what joy Santn' Clans brought us; nnd although every circle has been broken, vet we believe tlmt till who are left, like us, will travel backward over "time in its (light," and meet together at the old homestead on Christmas day. And while the older ones are in thought living their young lives over again, the boys and girls of are left without restraint to enjoy the pres. ent. The noise of the boys grates less harshly on our ears; in truth we can enter light heartily into all of their romps ami plays. Christmas of all the year should make us happier, in that we should be more charitable, more forgiving and thankful, ns it is the day we celebrate as the birth of a dear, loving Savior, bringing " peace on earth good will to men." Ami now to our subscribers, one and all, we wish vou a merry Christmas. to-da- y Mrs. Elizabeth ttravit, propably the oldest in this part of the .State, is living She is liloomington, this county. near be over IOC) years old. supposed to woman brace of swindlers of the money changing variety were arrested in this city yesterday afternoon. They tried their little game on Capt. Jack Veach and one of the clerks at Aveiill's drug store. ' A to o Our Postmaster and his clerks are going e holidays with her parents, Mr. Thos. Freeman and wile. Mr. Harry Graham left Wednesday afternoon for Guthrie, where he expert to reside in future, and will go to farming over the line in Tennessee. Mis. Ressie Clark of Guthrie, Kentucky, who has been visiting her grandmother, Mr. Margret Graham, lor some time, left for home Monday ulternoon. Capt. Geo. W. Daniel, who has been at Hoattyville for the last three months, ussist-in:- ; Capt Strong in locnting the lock at that place, ret in lied home Wednnlay. Col. John M. Bacon went hunting, near Washington City last week, got wet, never changed his clothing, nnd has been very ill with pneumonia since, but was some better at last accounts. His wife had also been quite sick, but was improving when the Colonel wns taken. - HARRIS & HERRMANN'S One Price Arcade Overcoats Reduced. Boys' Suits Reduced. Children's Suits Reduced. Woolen Underwear Reduced. Blankets Reduced. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Reduced. Pine Dress Goods Reduced. All Woolen Goods Reduced. In fact, nearly every Article in our House to take an all day holiday Monday, anil the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. will not be opened at all on that It acts directly upon the blood and the day, nor any ol the mails distributed, so mucous sin faces of the system. Price 75c. it is the For sale by Jos. LcCompte, South Side when you get your mnil hist you may expect until Tuesday morning, TWO HOUSES AND LOTS so don't forget it. K. Rodger-- , of the firm of J. F. I wish to soil a Frnmo Cnttngo nnd a Two-stor- y A- Co., of Louisville, is still at the Ponder Frame Store-houslocated on the Owcuton Singer Sewing Machine oflice, at the corner plki-- , Just beyond the city limits. I will sell one of Main and Ann streets, with n handsome or both together to suit purchasers. A. G. STAN'S KERRY. line of watches, jewelry, and Rogers Bios.' For terms, etc., npply to Judge O. C. Drane. silver-ware- . lie is determined to give bargains and meet all competition, and requests an examination of his goods before purclris-iu- g. Mr. J. o -. FOR SAtE. t- e, Reduced 5 to 25 Per Cent. Every article marked in plain figures, showing the old and the new price. Everybody should take advantage of the low prices before our stock is broken. Call and see him this morning and select n nice Christmas present for a friend. There has been a grunt deal said about the quality of the gas furnished by the Ga Company, ond that corporation is receiving a liberal share of abuse at the hands ol it. some of our citizens just now on account of At for outsell we have iieni content to wait until the Company could put in their new machinery nnd get the works in thor&C, I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort that I have removed my stock of ough running order before we began to coin- cnargc 01 lain, Knowing tiie gentleman in the affairs of the Company well enough to TO THE WAREHOUSE ON TIIE believe that they would do their utmost to furnish a good article. Many claim that the Company hove had ample time to make Next door to the office of Messrs. V. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at the necessary repairs, and the gns is as good now as if will ever be. This we believe tions were appointed and then the meeting will prove to be a mistake, and we base our New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in adjourned to meet again on the second belief upon the statement f a practical Tuesday lormer prices. in January, at which time the mechanic of this city, who has been engaged committees will report. We understand that He says that in putting up the machinery. subscriptions to the amount of five or six the old works, when the new company took hundred dollars have already been secured. In all its branches a specialty Orders pi omptly attended to. charge of them, could not have been run Mr. James Hugay, Louisville, Ky., says: two months longer without five or six thousAND ENGRAVER. REPAIRER . May 20-- y. and dollars being expended upon them. "Brown's Iron Bitters greatly "benefited me lias just received n largo and fine selected when sull'eriiig from neuralgia That in order to avoid shutting on" the gas stock of altogether from the city the work of putting Personal. WATCHES, CLOCKS, in the new machinery was. done gradually, Gen. fireen Clnv .Smith is visiting friends time, which of course tiolc in the city. DIAMONDS; and in addition to this many uufotseeu difI will keep constantly on hand' a Full Stock of Mr John T. Oitnn, of Lexington, was in aros-- which had to be surmounted, ficulties the city Wednesday. did Silve?, Best Silver plated Ware, and of course, caused still (Hither delay. e Ho i. Bedfotil tussed through the , utmost Hesavs Mr. II. D. Fitch hai done citv Wednesday evening. to push forward the work and to get the maMr-- . (.'. A. Nelson and children are visit-inchinery in complete running order &o that relatives in Louisville. which ho offers nt bottom cash prices. Judge M. T. Ciipeuter. of the Shelby good gas might be supplied a- speedily ns CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORKER. 0 d Gold and Silver Taken in Exchange. possible. He snvs that he w confident that Sentinel, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Jo. A. Black left Thursday afternoon within the next two or three weeks the M- Siiinl Clair Struct, Kmnkfort, Ky. to reside, Company will be able to furnish a- - good a for Ciirrollton, cept. 30 3 in. Mi- - Mamie Smith, of Ml. Sterling, is qunlitv if not better gas than anv that has Thousand of irraves arc annu visiting her sister. Mrs .lames. B. Hawkins. been supplied to our citizens heretofore. ally robbed of tlieir victims, 1iv.u tin iln.t'r.w! Ii.i.tninnkc n . Miss Katie Wherriu. of Lancaster, is fulrcstorTiiyhc of the great In confirmation of the truth of this statement, the quality of light has been steadily visiting Mis. John T. Oiay, near this city. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Miss Lilv Cleveland left Tuesday after- GERMAN improving for the last three nights and noon lor a visit to friend- - in Augusta, Ky. Which positively and permanently cures would it not be fair for our citizens to wait 'caused by excesses of any kind,, SEMIGov. Blackburn went to Lntii-vilyet u little longer before they begin to kick Thurs- NAL WEAKNESS, nnd all diseases that follow a as of ol day to attend the funeral of Judge J. Hop. scquency universal lassitude, lossof inenery, lossdimso vigorously pain the back, memory, ni-h- ed nt tax-paye- The most select and cheapest lino In the city, A meeting of citizens opposed to the sale ombrneing ns of the gas works to the On Company held at the Court House Tuesday night tor the purpose of raising money to prosecute the suit nlrei.dy instituted, nnd to adopt resolutions expressive of the sense of the people GOODS, with regard to the quality of the article furby the Company. Owing to the TOILET AND ODOii CASES, at the gas works the meeting was CHRISTMAS CARDS, held by the iifht of two lamps, the ga having gone out, and was composed of about one hundred and fifty persons two dozen and the balance lookers on nnd boys. The meeting was addressed by Hon. Ira Jul!an and Mr. Lee Herrmann. SOUTH SIDE DRUG STOREA committee to solicit contributions to the fund to push the suit and another ou resolu- Christmas Goods -- t DRESDEN CHINA, JAPANESE STRICTLY ONE PRICE. $S& Satisfaction 1 guaranteed or money refunded. Pronrietors Arcaae. f&atb amyous, HARRIS & HERRMANN, AFTERTHEFI RE! FURNITURE, &C, SIDES M JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOXTTK. OF MASET STREET, Holiday Presents PHILIP Greatly Reduced Prices. SELBERT, JEWELER,, TT aa. d. 1 e r t a-- 3s: i n. r R. ROGERS. FI SH AMR cou-ideraJ- le JEWELKY, flYSTFR nFPf!T l.e-li- In-- t n SPECTACLES, &C, Mi.--.ou- ri, I StapJe and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. IS. I P. WELSiSAMS, Jr. BOBBED .1 I. INVIGORATOR IMPO-TENC- M. CHU Liquors, k le Groceries, Cigars, Tobaccos, V 1'iice. Death of Mrs. Averill. m I Mrs. Jane Averill. wife of Dr. W. H. Averill, died at the family residence ou Washington street, Tuesday niorninjr, after a lingering illness of several years with conJOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, sumption.' .She was the second daughter ol SOUTH S1DW. the late Tiio-- . S. Page, and a lady gretnlv STOCK FOR SALE. b loved by all who knew her. Sh had be u a consistent member of the Church since childhood, ami with astedfnrt Mr. Jas. McAllister, of the Tiansylvania faith in thebles-e- d Hedeemer,she calmly fell ranging from four to eight years old, all brokon Printing Com puny, Lexington, was 'in the nii'i nuily tor iwirkot, uro ollered for sale ut UN arms The funeral look place city uileep in Tuesday. reasonable rutcs. from the family residence Thursday mornCOLON M. JONES. Mi". II G. M.nttern ami children left dec Faruidiile, Kentucky. ing, and iis largely nltended. in Thursday lor Louicville to spend the holiMrs. Roy, nee Miss Mary Belle Brown, o days with her parents. Hnclo-iivnitl, Pie-bvteri- an Mr. L A. Thomas nnd family leftThurs day evening lor Augusta, Georgia, to spend-th- e winter. i is Mi" Laura Mr. and Mr.-- . W. M. near this place, this week. Mrs. Carolina Luca, of Scott county, is visiting her daughter, Mr.- M. H. Wavts, South Side. MiMary Skinner, who has been attending school at 1'ewee Valley, is at home for the holiday?. -. -. ness of vision, premature old age, nnd many other diseases that lead to consumption nnd a premature nenu lor circulars wiwi testimonials Krave. free by mail. The INVIGORATOR i mM at 51 per box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by null, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing K. J. CHENKY. 113 Adams st., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by FOREIGN FRUITS, &n.f ANN STREET, FRANKFO'lT, KY. Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash None but the best goods sold. Sept 3.3 m. FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, 10 Horses and 10 Mules, 2-- LOTHIM! mm; CLOTHING! 1 STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES this city, and Mr. John Hen, formerly of the firm of Itea it Burns, of this place, but now of Columbus, MisMjuri, were married in Louisville Wednesday. The groom in a widower about fifty years of age, whiie the bride is one of the iiuet looking young She met him in Louisladies in this city. ville on Wednesday, and after the ceiemony they left for their future home in Misnouti .. The Democratic Slate Central ami Executive Committees will meet in Louisville on the 10th of January to fix the time for holding a State Convention to nominate candidates for the Sta'e oflices to be filled at the next August election. Miss Ida Crockett returned ycMerdnv afternoon Irom n visit of several 'weeks to re alive." in Mercer county. Mrs, Heiir Diiv.mII nnd sou are visiting Mrs, Lieutenant Geo. K. Bacon" lur at West Point, New York. Mr. John W. Ayres, of the Ducker Station neighborhood, has gone to Fulton, Missouri, with a view to locating. Mr W.J. Hughes will return this' afternoon Irom Eureka Springs, Arkansas. lie has been somewhat improved by his visit. Mr. W. I. Watson, who iias been visiting relatives in this city, returned to hie homo in Indianapolis, Indiana, Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Oscar Farmer, of Louisville, will arrive in the city this afternoon to spend the r. REMOVAL! K)H WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. store, whoro ho keeps a full lino of (Jluss und Queens-warGroceries, Dry Goods, Notions, ifec, which Country produce ho sells cheup for cash. 00. TELLlhe NEIGHBORS 8 00. 8M.1TH. SR., JOB OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! at HLOO.MINJITON, Hasoponed a new 12 o, Having removed my watch anil clock repair nluii to my residence in South Frankfort, I am iiroiiilie(l to execute work on thort notice. Orders left with Mr. Will Mneklin, ut the coal nflico, corner of St. Clair nnd Wapping streets, will rcuclvo prompt attention. (1H0. W. OAYLK. Deo. f 10-t- WHITE HALL! Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. HuiKlNomo Handsome $30 00 suits for 825 00. 25 Handsome Handsome Handsome 20 00 suits JO 00 suits for '20 00. 00 suits for 12 00 suits for for 10 00. Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value. wanted. CRTJTCHBR A1TD STABKS, Nov. i. Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. ?a'!f"5rfflyS''r s5" WWJP9w'ffl&TO'-'i'r- lfVT?r$V 3 In order to close out our stock, we will sell Toys at any price, Griffin Bros, CMTJSm-tMt- JJU- rv utuuxsBxiUJitiULUsaAJitm-xuujuA FflANKFORT FIIANKEOUT HOUNDAliOUT. DECEMJIElt 24. 1flS2. Call and see Waggener's holiday goods. Foil S.m.i:. in v The examining trial will ncnin Frank be called thi morning ol Mr1 Mont-itomer- desirable South Frankfort. fiame dwelling TO TRAVELERS. CommencinR Monday, October 16, tlic follow lni time table will be In effect on the I.. & N. K. K. for , thU point. TRAtSH SMITH. and again o-- Fott ollice. Hunt A room well d. furnished or unl'urni.-he- Jewelry Establishment in the room on Having just opened a first-clas- s St. Clair street, formerly occupied byDRS. RODMAN & DUVALL located, either Dolls t'ur any p;lil in inn city nt AS AN UKKICK, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete Apply at this your own price at the 5 to 00 Cent stock of u Sausage, backbones, Noel A: .fellers', and spareriln at NEW JEWELRY GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Charms, Store. Leave I.ounville. No. t8 . No. 20 . No. 31. No, 24. . . . . . . . . Leave Frankfort. 9:55 p. Jl. 5:18 P. M. 7:30 p. t. 2:35 P.M. 5:15 P. M. A. M. IO'J7 A. m Arrive at I.evinKton. 11:37 A.M. 11:05 p. M, 7:05 p. M. arr, at Frankfort8:3op. Frankfort. m, Leave Lexington. TRAINS SOUTH. L ave Arrive at Louisville. I 3: is A. M. tC.sS A. M. No. t? 7'oo A. M. No. 23 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M arr. Loti.oito A. M. 6:40 P. M. No. 10 . . . Jtoo P. M. 4:10 P. m. "1:10 p. m. No. 2"t . . . 5:13 P. M, 2:27 P. M. Train No. 2t makes ronnection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 23 makes connection for Cincinn.i i, arriving; there at IJUS. p.,m. No. 24 m 1: s cunncclinn from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, P' m" E. P. HRVAN, Agent. Mr. W S Dehoney lm a very hniuHome Fine solid gold headed canes at Philip assortment of ChriMtnns goods dkphncd in Selbert's, the Jeweler. Neck-chain- s, Wafch-chain- s, his window, Slop and take a look, and All kinds of preserves and jellies and then you will oe sine to go in and purchase mince meat nt Buickhardt's. COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, Chri-tmtree ornaments of all kinds nt And other articles usually found in a first class jewelry store. The sixth anniversary sermon of the Fir-- t Repairing Weitzel's. Independent Baptist Church, colored, will neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. Sun1 be preached by Kev. .Tnnies II. King's spectacles, the best in the market, Dec, day evening at 7 o'clock. A good time i at PliilipSelbert's, the jeweler. anticipated. Monday night, 25th itwt , nt tree. All are the same place Chri-tmPrairie chickens, venison, wild ducks and invited. geese at Biirckhnrdt's. o as Ma-01- 22-i- T. J. SHEPARD. as LARGEST if Mr T. .1. Shepard, formerly of GeorgeInitial pins, bangle rings, lane pins, neclc town, has rented the room on St. Clair laces and locket", nnd everything usually street, lately occupied by Drs. Rodman & found in a lirst class jewelry store at Philip More gas aliottt :is. Duvall as an ollice. and has opened a jewelrv Selbert's. establishment there. He is a jeweler of A large lot of silk linmllccraliicfcjust reFire-wor- ks for aU the boys in the experience, and will give prompt attention ceived nt W. T. Kiinvim'e. to all repaiiing and other work in his line. city , two parks of crackers for 15 Ornnjzes, Iiiiiiiuiiih, ami apples in Inrge Read hi.s advertisement. cents the 5 to 90 Cent Store. qanntitics for s:le nt .1. M. ToiIiI.r. . Skinny Men. Call and examine J. M. Todd's large stock The school sit Dnilley Institute was "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health of fruits and candies. 2d of Jamiary. closed Wednesday until Jlie CHTIOil ID CITY MO CDUWTY THE JLAAjLAaJA. Are especially invited to the GRAND OPENING -- AND- OF TOYS at Lexington sent in a contribution of thirteen cotivicls to llie penitentiary Tuesday afternoon. ' At theexnuiiniiif: trial ol Tlios. Crittenden Saturday, in Louisville, lie was cent to jail wit'-ou- and vigor, cures 1. Sexal dcbilitv. Dyspepsia, Impotence, An Enterprising' Newspaper. The Louisville Weekly Commercial announces that hereafter its yearly price will be only One Dollar. This lednc-tiowill make the Commercial thecheapc-and best general newspaper in the State. It will also be greatly ttnpioved. On January 1st it will appear in an entire new and handsome dre-- s and will contain, among other celebratvaluable features, ed novel "KATEUFELTO." The advenrace tures of the hero and his thorough-bremare, Kateifelto, with the chat tningan.d yet thrilling love story of Waif and John Garnet, make the tale one of profound interest throughout. Theie is not a dull chapter in the entire novel. In order to obtain the first chapters of this tale of unparalleled popularity, Biitaoriptions .should be sent to the Commercial at once. By special arrangements we are able to ofl'er the Round-ahoand the Weekly Commercial at the astounding price ot only Jl.SU per year, giving our citizens their home paper and the best family newspaper in the State, for little more than the ince of one. Send your at once. sub-ciiptiu t Best selection of clocks in Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. the city nt A; HOLIDAY TO GOO Lard by the keg, can, or tierce at Noel Jelleis'. Fresh oysters and game for sale daily nt Burekliardi's meat store. t bail. NEXT MONDAY, DECEMBER HTH, (INSTEAD OP THE 14TH) AT THE Messrs. Dick and Jos P. lioliiinwin will in u lew days open a billiard room in the. lnemcut of the Capital Hotel. HOLIDAY UGODS. A - . beautiful stock of fancy & W. A clasp door key, with asitial1 Fot'Ki). wrench attached, which the owner can have by ruuing lor this notice. Whyte-Melville'- s goods for the holidays at II. .Waggoner's. CENT STORE 00 e, ! J. L. beinj:the'J7th,St. Johti'b Day. the Masonic Lodges of the city will hold their regular annual elections. Wedne-da- y o Boxes of prepared candies at Weitzel's. Fine assortment ot clocks Irom SI 50 to $30 00 at Philip Selbert's, the jeweler. . We claim to have the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Toys ever in the city. We also have handsome presents in Rodgers' Silver-waralso imported Vases and Toilet Sets. Invitations to the hop to be given on the 28th, in honor of Miss Nettie McDowell, were sent out Wednesday evening. Dr. J. (J. Bu-the Main street Dentist, will be out ol the city lor nvoek or ten days from this date visiting his parents in Ilawes-ville- . n, Don't forget every nrticle purchased nt my stote engraved free of charge, Philip Selbert, the jeweler. Philip Selbert, the Jeweler, Notice. engraves all articles sold by him free of charge. Whitcsides A; McEwan are prepared to do all kinds ol upholstering and malioa repairing. Messrs. o COME SEE foe YOURSELVES Respectfully, O'BRYAN & BANTA. ut At last accounts Mrs. Harriett Leonard was lying at the point of death at the residence of her son, Itev. Jo-- . Leonard, in Mt. Sterling. sub-criptio- ns The frtcniuer City ol Tuesduy afternoon and laid up at this place, on account of the ice in the Ohio liver, until TIiiiimImv. Ktigers Ut'sl plated Jvnives, only Tojs Frankfort came up $2.01) per set, tit i'hilip Melbert's, They must go at any price the at the 5 to 00 Cent Store. A 100 Dozen TowelsT LOO the Jeweler. Leave your orders lor benr meat for Christmas at nurekhardt's meat store. large stock of French candies just re- ceived at J. M.Todd's. A good and Mi-- s Laura Morris Mr. Ed. Mar-ha- ll ol the bride' i were married at the parents, in this city, Wednesday morning, ce Holiday goods at J. L & W. II. Wag-gener- building lot, 45 by '200 'eat, located on Second stieet, South Apply to Mrs. F. White-housFrankfort. Foil S.u.u. e. Itv 1 ; married at HardinsvilleThiirsday afternoon. Rev. Dr. .1. M. Lewis ofHeialiug. Emrinving neatly executed at Philip Oceans of Toys at the 5 to 00 Selbert's, the jew pier. Mr. Robert Stephens, ol this city, and Cent Store, at Louisville and CinMiss Nina Bright, of Shelby county, were Black and white cake constantly on hand cinnati prices. Buckwheat llour and maple molasses for sale at J. M. Todd's. at Weiizel's. Elder fieorge Daraie. DOZEN Philip Selbert, the popular jeweler, St. Mrs. Maiiam Smith, an old resident of Clair street. Go to Noel A: Jellers' for backbones and this city, died at the resilience of Dr. A. W. Vallandiiighaiu, on Lewis street, Monday spareribs. All kinds of fruits and candies mu table for She was a daughter of the late night. Holiday goods at J. L. & W. II. Wag- - Chiistmas at .1. M. Todd's. Larkin Samuel, of South Kraiiktott. gener's. Foil Sam:. Desirable residence on Holmes C. One of the largest hogs ever slaughtered The best selected stock of watches, clocks street. For information apply to Mis. in this section was on exhibition at the meat A. Prentiss, on the premUea. diamonds, jewelry, spectacles and silver-watstore of Mr. Z T. Collins, South Side, Tuesin tin. city at Philip Selbert's the jewday. It was of the Chester breed, weighed eler. Announcement. 630 pounds net, and cost Mr. Collins $50.40. Wo iiro nuthnrU.nl to nnnounco NAT. 1. It wns raised by Mr. Polk Moore, in the Come and see our stock, and we of Woodford county, former traveling Benson neighborhood. will give you the biggest bargain ugent fortho oKl Tr.uisIvuni.i Printing Come POIt-TK1- ANDKERCHIEFS! Nice line of Table Linen the Holidays, Ispecially for V, you ever had at the 5 to 00 Cent pany nnd thuYciitunn Ollice, a a o.indiduto for Mr. Mack Salvers, while engird in cutRegister of tho Lund Oflloo, subject to the action ting feed for the cows of the Blue Grass Store. of tho Duinourutio party. Dairy, at the farm of Mr. A. G Jellers, two Foil S.tu: A piano, Apply at ihh miles from the city, Monday afternoon, got ollice. the thumb of his right hand citujiliin a A iutcn'st iu a grlt and Stamping, pinking, and South Kensinglining u f,"01' I'UiUiiess, located In r.lmxiUe, catting box and had it so badly l'rukklin county. THAN lacerated that ho will probably lose the use ton work neatly e.secuted by Mrs. W. G. Address J.M. l'AUKEU, Goodwin, Third ftreet, South-Side- . Wigglnton, Ky Dec lil of it. AT IRIFF1N BiSOS.'S. ll' fiuv-inil- GROCERIES! LOWER EVER. 12 15 pORSA.LE. m oiu'-lt.v- l, W. T. RUNYAN, Una forty-knif- e just rccolvod his fall mid Winter stock of ' Saturday morning the wooden Jiridge was an fire again, bat was discovered in time by Mr. Robinson, the keeper, to prevent much damage. Some one dropped a match or cigar on the sidewalk on the east side, and the trash that had collected in the box in which the water pipe runs ignited from it and sut lite to the floor. A lew buckets of water put it out. Foil Sai.k. A residence on pike. Apply at this ollice. PruiiiR, fis, raisins and cuiientri for sale at J. M. Todd's. Foil stoves, Sam:. the Versailles Arbuckle's Coffeo 15 c. per Pk'ge. Green Col'l'ee from 11 to IS Cents, Granulated Sugar Best Leaf Lard Cts. a Pound, Cents a Pound, to mention in JAMES ELY, Office in Catholic Uiiilding, DR. ON Ollioo STAPLE AND FANCY ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 Two large base burner Other articles suitable lor a church or school-housalso Can be used for either coke or proportion, anthracite coal. Apply to Sol. Harris, e. Hours to S A. M.', 12 to I l M., 7 to DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, Call and see him too numerous 8 P.M. HOLIDAY GOODS. Don't forget tfcit Philip A beautiful stock of fancy Selbert, the Popular Jeweler, gives to his patrons goods for the holidays at J. L. & W. II. Waggoner's. three grand prizes. All goods delivered to any part of tho city froo. Fill S. Z T. COLLINS, lDt'uluv in FRESH AND SALT MEATS, BRIOGE STREET, SOUTH I'.H CUNTS SAVRAUK V2 &C. FRANKFORT. stand, at Swigert's old JAS. Oct. ZXEEOTT IlmtJon BiuWiiig, &uth Frankfort. l'int POUND. CENTS PEE POUND PORK STEAKS arirAll ordera promptly atteuded to. dec. 2-- tf. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky, Nov. i. WWWIiW?? m Griffin Bros FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, luif-eil Toys are to be Sold regardless of RMnvmn - ujnifHt'j M. ;m ,11 nqijtw.jww Don't drive rt sMvinri Inir-- o ns lnnjr nn von can irit Kon.lull- - Spavin Cure for SI n liolllir. A II llflWITIIIl MlllllKMIl Inv llOlMI- scaled pain-cciu- on Intli man or licust it has no .Sit ltd vt. al. When you have jrotnn old horce that hnthe inaiUet period, apply n bottle ol Keniiall's Spavin Cure, and the remi't will bo marvelou. Read advertisement. S. F, Smith, M. 1). O. A. D. IJsown, n Drs. Smith & Brown, NEW PLANING MILL. Belle Point. Mnry L. Todd has been visiting relatives in Lexington this week. Miv Mnnnie Ilardie Is visiting Misb Lizzie Marshall, on the South Side, this week. .Judge Lewii Todd arrived home Irom Cnuolltoi. Tne-dn- y to upend the holidays Tien Savers, of color, has opened a boot and idioe repair shop on Beiipon Avenue. Mis Lizzie Penn will spend the holidays with Mis- - Nannie Stiveis, on Benson Avenue. Mis.'rs E. Maud ami Jennie Zonk left lor Louisville a few days ago to spend the holiMrs. days. Mr. .J. A. Vinlett had lii-- right arm fractured bv a kick from a lior.-- e the lirst of the week. Mr. das. Bran'-ohas moved from the lock to Mr. Hi nry Polsgrove's bouse, tin Kentucky Avenue. s The Secret of the universal success of Physicians Office $ F 1? A. NKFO Surgeons, K rr , I Y . J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to hi? Establishment First-Olns- R Stouey Creek. MoM of and resilience next door to the Ilaptist Church, S. Clair Mrcet. Pinning 31111, Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of tiic farmers nre ilonc cntlicrinj: corn ami killinc lioj;. Mr. Citvtis Hvans. of Ilcnrv county, :iiii liia friend anil relatives a visit near tliix place liiPt week. There wax a social dunce given at Mr. Henry GimiMi'h Wednodny iiiylit. which wan enjoveil by the young tnlks until a late hour. in tliis The debute nt t lie .cinol-hoii.vicinity .Saturday nijilit, n? usiinl, drew quite n I'lre crowd, and all seemed lo enjoy the The quel ion occasion very iniieh. by ")' I'. Itentley and .1. H. Fears', and others, ami decided in favor of the atlirmative. Our school will cloc in this diMrict (7th) on the l!3d in.t. It ban been conducted lor the lift eijiht months by Mr. R. KearM, who hn jiiven :enenil satialaclion to all the patrons, and we regret that he has lie i 'oing to take charge of a to leave. school in llenrv county. u' Jo.-ep-li Brown's Iron Bitters is simply this : It is the best Iron preparation ever made; is compounded on thoroughly-scientific- , chemical and medicinal principles, and does just what is claimed for it no more and no less. By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying Comand strengthening. foundation mencing at the it builds up and restores lost health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained. WM. CROMWELL, Attorroey-at-LawAND , o;, ALSO n Scroll Work. Stair Work & Turning Gotten out in tho ilest Stylo. May 15 tf. Will practice in tho courts of F.nnklin nnd the ndjolnlng counties, and will also give special nttcntion to the purchase- nnd nk of real estate, collection of rent, ol.ilin?, nnd the negotiation of loan. Ofl'ico opposite Court Iloiifo. June 25-l- y. wa-nru- i'd K. mmm Mai FRAN KFORT works, of New V.'orJ. lot ns-OTia- JONES BKOS., Proprietors. THURSDAY AFTERNOON nlacttirersof all kinds USUAL "Wigginton. Tobacco (.trippingii the talk of the day. Mi Eliza Sliarp hac been unite ill at her home lor eevinil ilavs j.ast. Work lior?0H are scarce in this part of the State nnd verv high, with but lew to sell. Mr. J. '1'. Wigpinion anil Enquire Milton Wijitfinton spent MiVeiul days hifl weelc in Louisville. Mr. .1. M. Parker, sqieiu lu- -t week in Cincinnati closing out a large quantity ol walnut lumber. There will be a wedding here in a few days, the eonttiicliii! parti being n vouiil Mr. Mullen, bom Mmiterev, and Mi- - Mollie Riddle, near tin- place. Thcpocial givm tit Mr. Sell. BenmhMtV, night, will be in thi pl'ice, on 'I'ue-da- y long renu'iiiliTcd by those (irese'.t, as it was oneat which all the buys got to piny bkip-tomalo- That fellow from the other side of the river who wants to Mvnp girls for boys should bring them out. All the boy. want partners over here, ami our girl- - pre fer boy- - from a distance, so that when Ma will not stay too long. come "W. S. McCord has trailed his entire stock of goods for u farm near Gratz, in Owen d as couniy. Mr McC. will be sadly he never had an equal in this part ol the State as a bniiifss man. Hegiiiniug here lourleen year ngo with nothing, todnv he is woith twenty or thitly thousand dollars, all accumulated by hi own wits, without aid While we loo-- e one ot from any families, Owen gains one. Mr. our and Mih. Mac and family will be greatly missed by their many warm friends here. he tni.-se- In-- st Mr. G. G. Thompson and family of Woodlord coiintv, have moved into the house at Lock No. 4 Mr. .J. Wesley Wright, who is attending law school ut Cincinnati, will spend the 79 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Nov. j, holidays with his parents here. 1 have been a great sufferer from a very weakstomach, heartburn, and Mr. R. L. Grin'-teahas rented (lie brick dyspepsia in its worst form. Nearly everything I ate cave me distress, store room ol Mr. Robt Nicol, and opened and 1 could eat but little. I have a fre.-- h meat and vegetable store. tried everythingrecommended, have taken the prescriptions of n dozen Mr. W. II. Lewi- has decided not to physicians, but got no relief until I took Brown's Iron Bitters. I feel build a liverv stnlde this winter, and has rone of the old troubles, and am a rented his Im other's, Major F. P. Lewis. new man. I am getting much I am stronger, and feci Master .Johnnie Zieglcr has accepted a a railroad engineer, and now make my trips regularly. I can not say in Mr C. L McKee' store. too much in praise of your wonderJohnnie is a good, industrious bov, and ful medicine. D. C. Mack. will make a faithful clerk. have been complaining .a Brown's Iron Bitters grent deal this week about the muddy and does not contain whiskey sloppy condition the Railiond Bridge has been in, and would like lo know whose duty or alcohol, and will not it is to clean it up. blacken the teeth, or cause Mr. Will. S. Marshall, jr., editor of the headache and constipation. Fayette F.nlerprHe. a newsy weekly paper It will cure dyspepsia, indiprinted at Lexington, hh over the lirst of gestion, heartburn, sleepthe week soliciting subscriptions. lie nut lessness, dizziness, nervous with good success. debility, weakness, &c. Last Wednesday morning Rule Freddie Grinstead, in running across the school-rooUse only Brown's Iron Bitters made by floor at reces". stumbled and fell, striking Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Crossed his forehead against the corner of a bench, on wrapper. red lines and and making an ugly, though not dangerous wound over his right temple. Lat week we were shown the painting and graining nt Capital Hotel, done by Mr. J no. W. Cox, a citizen of this place, which anything of the kind we have ever seen for beauty and excellence. Mr. Cox is surely a matter of his trade. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY The Council, at its last meeting, ordered stepping stones put down nt the following point-- : across the mouth of Todd street, on Kentucky Avenue; across the mouth of Major stree;, on Kentucky Avenue; on & Kentucky Avenue, between R E. Gaines and II. Polsgrove's property; ncross I cordially invito you to call anil examine Todd Mreel, near ihe school-hou-which New unil FrcBh Stock of Goods. will give us good walks now from Lake FRANKFORT, MAIN STREET, Park to Frankfort. Sep3 tf d first-ratpo-ili- nt tho Kentucky Institution for thu Kduc.itinn ii'id Tr.iiiiin of Feeble Minded Children will hercnlicr tnko place every Friday ifteriK'on from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for ifltorp nt any time when lnot .MHivenlent for them to attend. ,1011. Q. A. STEWART, Superiutedont. Oct. tf rxcrni'c Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS GAUGES, OF ALL Nt-- KiNQS, SC, K2?"Co n tracts for Work in nt.y jinn tf Muzzle Iindlng Guns from 3.00 up i Breech Load ing Guns from r..ootit Revol vers from fiOc.up; Enclose BtnmpfoH8iin(reinu8triited Catalogue, FiTTsnimoii FIItE ARMS CO., of tin Stntc. North Side, 1'rankfort, Ky. One door west of cornier Ann and Ilroadway streets, April GUNS i hss.peab d rou lit 5. Railway l'ittsburgh, Pa, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE. EAST IVASHIfiGTOH, PHILADELPHIA, Pede-tria- us DEI Till!. TUB ONLY I.1NH RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Wo continuo to act ns solid toro for . enveatfl. Tintr-ntH- rou copyrights, ctc.,for tbo United States, nnd to obtain patents iu Canada, England, Franco, Germany, nnd all other countries. trado-marlis, 1 J JtA4v u 5...5 a. uiuuuisn ui uan-iuHciiargo ior examination ui ka A Advico bv mail free. 1'atoiitn obtained through us nro noticed in tho SCIENTIFIC AIWrciUCAN, which has tho larfrost circulation, nnd is tho most influential uowspnpor oi'italdntl published in tho world. Tho ntl vantages of such a uotico every patontoo tinder Btands. This largo nnd splendidly illustrated nows-papis published IVEEBilA' at $3.20 n year, and irt admitted to bo tho best paper dovotcd to science mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial pronrcps, published m any country. Singlo copioB by mail, 10 cents. Sold by all news1 A SOLID TRAIN I'ROM . M 1 M H. LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. trade-mar- k WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAIKS TOE or W. S. DHHONEY IT S3 W AND "ST si DRY GOODS, mwL my KY dealers. Address, Munn & Co., publishers of Scientific American. 201 Broadway, New York. Uaudbook about patonta mailed freo. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO s . Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AM, ! Me-sr- s. Capital fa Gmt iei-s- t. m ji C.W.SMITH. Kem.ii:. Svritzer. Sleighing was very good Sunday. Mis Lizzie Hoover is visiting friends in Frankfort this week. .J. W. Gnyle, of the South Side drug store, paid a visit to Irieud" near here last Sunday. Mr. Geo. Mnnii" has tented of Mr J. A. Carter Ihe residence recently vacated bv .Iese Griffith. Mr William Piper, of Fuvettc coiintv, has been visitin; triends in this locality the past two week". Mr. Wlliain Pryor, of Bourbon, is spending several weeks with his uncle, Dr. Win. Pryor, near this place. Miss Ophie Thomnson, who has been visiting friend-i- n Frankfort for some time past, returned home hist week. Mr. S T. Carter and Mr. S. White returned from Kansas lu- -t week, where they have been for the pii'-- eight or ten months. North Fori; will hoist a Christmas tree next Monday night. Come everyone, von may be remembered by old Santa Clans ami get something nice. Rev D. T. Phelps closed his term a ns pastor of North Fork Church l.ist Sunday. Rev. J. B. Tharp hits been called to preach next year. Mr. John W. Suler has left us and moved to Stedmantown. While we regret that we had to give him up ns a neighbor, we hope mai ue win ue pleased witn ins new lioinc and friends. A beautiful line of Christmas toys can he found at Head k Co.'s store, and as cheap as can be found in the State. Como. bovs, and select a Christmas gift forthedear girls. To show you that they mean what they sny they will sell you a mule lor fifteen cents. Isn't that cheap enough ? A lew of Ihe many friends of Miss Bettiu anil Mr. John Lyon were invited to spend the evening of hist Saturday with idem. The social was in honor of' their cousin, Willie Pipher. of Fayette county, and was a verv pleasant affair. We will be glad il others will visit the neighborhood, if socials of that kind are to be given them, ami we O.vob a Week. are invited to attend. InM l Bridgeport. Miss Lou. Sanders is very much indisposed this week. Several ice houses in this vicinity have been filled this week. FEUIT TREES. FALL OF 1882. A nursery estiititislitncrit. Wo employ no ngrnti1, but give our commiS' sion direct to the planter. Wo refer !o our old p.itrons. Our neiv catalogues will bo sent on application. For tickets ami further information niiplv to your nearest tiokct-ollie. or address W. Monroe, Division Freight and Passenger Agent. Iioxington. Ky. e, 11 EM General .Manner, H. AV. FULLER, So. 439 Muin Street, over Crutcher & Starks' "WHITE HALL" Clothinj,' House, SPECIAL IN'DUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED in the way of fine pictures of all styles nnd descriptions. Why will tho people ol Frankfort send to the city for work when they can Oct .25-t- f. at homr? KlCII.M,.NJ, Gen. l'ass. Agt., VlKlilNIA. Esq. J. W. .Jackson has removed to hifarm, one mile wet of this place. We nic glad lo announce the fact that Dr. George Chinn is able to be out again. Mr. Harry Collins nnd family, of Taylor County, have moved to thh neighborhood. Mr. Alpheiis Vaughn, of Martinsville. Ill , dins been visiting relatives in this vicinity - SUPERIOR flock of Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees, Small Fruitc, Grapevine, Plnnts, and everything found in a :,2.aI:3,oslI,, DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE lirst-cla- cs up 0 tf II. F. HILLKNMEYER, Lexington, MIPS Louisville & Nashville Railroad. T. BUCKLEY, m.wi.ki: IN TIN-WAR- K, k Ivy. this week. flFslsssssssssssssHsssV STOVKS AND (Lou., Cin. A Li'MiiiL-toDivision) Tin' Grait Through Trunk Line to n CIXCIXNA Tl ami ihe EAST, Has just recein d a large stock of base burner Our Cliristmnfl tree and school exercise will be held in the Franklin Presbvterian Church Monday, Dec. 2.tl 8S2. Mr. J. R. Hawkins, jr.. has removed to to his new Iioiim- recently erected on the farm of hii lather, near Frankfort. Colic Crockett, who has been spending seveial week- visiting relatives in Rutherford coiintv Tenii., has returned home. of Daughters Miss Mary WhittiniMon, College, Harrodsburg. will arrive here today to spend the Holidays with her mother's family. Mrs. iSubii Powers, of Chiyvillage. is in the Village. The guest of Mis. Dr. Crutch- er. iUiss Ldtne lyaugueriy, oi viirisiiuiis-burg- , is also the L'tiest of Mrs. Crutcher. Roll of honor of Rridgeport school for week ending Dec. 22d, l8li : Lena Roberts, Willie Parrent, Crockett Parreut, Mattie Lou. Crockett, Daicv Parrent, Samuella Crockett, Nellie Hussell, Einimi Russell, limine Roberts, Paul Crutcher, Kthel Crutcher, .John Brown, and Annie Dowdea. Butler Branch and Will Hawkins went hunting one night recently. After having traveled many miles, encountering innumerable thickets" and other obstructions, and when just on the eve of giving up in despair theirears were saluted by the welcome sound "Aid" ol their faiililul dog, Drum's bark said Will to Butler. "Now fcr some fun." "Ill bet that's a Coon" said Butler. So hurrying lnnvurd they soon cumc to the "Buohupaiba." spot where the dog was. To work they went, Quick, complete cure, all annoying and alter an hour or more of constant toil t'nev were rewarded by capturing a whaling ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. J Druggists. old mouse. 1 - LOUISVILLE IT IS ami the SOUTH. HEATING STOVES! SfCH AS - ..THE MOST .SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever discovered, as it U certain Hi its effect and does not blUtcr. READ PROOF 1IEL0W. Also excellent for human flesh. THE LION! FOB SOFT COAL. AND 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Hock, Hot Springs am) Texas. PROM COL. Da. B. T. L. T. FOSTER, 1 THE WEST POINT! FOR HAR1 Also PULLMAN PALACE CARS Hun Through Youngstown, Ohio, May loth, i36o. Co,. (Jents: had a verv valuable HaniMctonian colt that I prized very highly, he had a l;rj;c hone spavin on one joint and a Miiall one on the other which made him very l.tme; I had him under the charge of two veterinary surgeons who failed to cure him. I was one day reading the advertisement of Kenilall'b Spavin Cure in the Chi cago hxprcss. I determined at once to try it and got our druggists here to send for it, they ordered three bottles; I took them all and, thought I uould give them a thorough trial, I used it according to tl rcctions and the fourth day the colt ceased to he I used but lame and the lumps have disappeared, one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps in the state, lie is entirely and as smooth as any horse cured. The cure was so remarkable thai I let two of my neighbors have the remaining two bottles, who Very Respectfully, are now using it. L. T. FOSTER. COAL, From Kkndall it tho celebrated inA.VOR.TTlH! AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, which he is gelling very low, Louisville to Memphis, Littlo Rock, Nashville, Decatur, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and Now Orleana WITHOUT CHANGE. Train of thU Coinpnn.v from Frankfort unko conneotluna nt Louinillo with train on For CASH Only A PULL STOOK OF ! Muin Line for Meinihi, Littlo Hook, Nashville, Mohilo nnd Now Orleans. Alio with triuns fur all point in tho North and Woit. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Send for illustrated circular tiivi c positive proof. J'rice $(. All druggists have it or an get it for you. lir. 11. J. Kendall & Co., Fr "tor, Enosburgh Falls. Vt. Cheap TIN ROOFING 11-t- Tin-war- e EMICHA1TTS tickets. to Arkansas nnd Texas should writo or see nn igent of this Compuny before purelinfintr their CONSTANTLY ON HAND. AND C. P. ATM ORE, O. P. & T. A., K EGBERT a speciality. , & SON, will be promptly LouUville, Ky, JOB WORK t SPECIALTY House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. JBSyPlnin and Decorative Paper Hanging April lO-- tl nov. l. Kid- $1, Orders left at Avcrill's drug store attended to. Job Work Neatly Exe- ALL cuted at this Office. COAL!COAL! KINDS OP COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Prim- by Q.B. MACKLIN. - riiisl tfV '