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FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER If Ctitnrrli lin yottr ni'iie of Ilull'-- i Ontitrrli Cure will smell mill cine you. 75 centH per liottlu. yeil 30. 1882 Number 15. HALL'S 1 Eleotion of Soool Trustees. AT rbh Qure - k r.rminnED by physictanb. ii . . and Cntarrh of tho Nasal of Ewor Ulcorativoi Catarrh .INTERNALLY, and It Is taken Throat. Blood acts DIRaOTLY upon thoSystem. and It Mucous Surfaces of the Is the best Blood Furlfler In the WOvLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. Cavlty-Chronlo !. By order of the Board of Cotinciltneti of thecityof Franklort, an election will be Rirnnpe to nny, there whs ho flrlitiifr held on Saturday, Jan. Wth, 1883, for the ClirNttnns nnd onlv one person was elint, election of three School Trustees, to serve and tli n t ncdilontnliv. for the term of two years, by the qualified On Siitunlny nijrlit Home one threw a voters of the city of Frankfort: said election Ciinnon lire crnclter nnil it exploded in Mr. to lie held at the following places, with H. ft. Bun tit's Ince, newly puttitij; out liis ofliceis ol election as follows: First Ward, Office of H. R. Williams' right eye, mid hurning Ihh clieek hnilly. He lint Piiflereil ii j:reat deal ol pain fiotn it, Stable J. D. Robinson, Geo. Huffman, Judges; Ed. M. Drane, Clerk; 11. G. Bantu but hopes the Htrlit of liia eye is not inm NEW DEPARTURE! U 1 , GRAY k RODMAN, jured. R. Bitlhird, if Owenshoro, nnd MissSnllie Stillfiekl, of this city, neiemnr ried tit the residence of the Inkle's uncle, morning, Mr. John Uendeisnn, on Tue-da- y Young olliointing. The Rev. Father L. young couple left on the 8 20 n. tn. train for a short hridal trip Mr. C. A our y And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Oaso of Catarrh It will not Cure. IVIIili CUBE ANY CASE. Offlco of A. T. Stewaiit & Co. Chicago, 111., June 4, 1680. f Co., Toledo, O. Mestra. F. J. Cheney Qentlem:n:l take pleasure In informlntr you that I liao ust'd Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias cured me Ivasvry lud and don't heoltatoto say that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Yours truly, properly. 1 rnma MARKET. THE 137-I- cure for catarrh N E. Mrnr.AV. JuuksLU, Mich , writm ITavo hart Catarrh I or SO years. Hall' Catarrh Cure cured me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. per bottle. WSoM by all Druggists at '6 rts Manufactured and Fold bv F .1. CHENEY & CO. Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For S lie h T70BTH SIO A BOTTLE. jos. lecompti: OetlS-l- y druggist, South Frankfort. n, DANVILLE. pig, KENTUCKY., SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF WATCH 3IA.fi EO, Sueccfor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky.. continues the watch repairing at the old stand, li.v unfrnptness and careful .ywork ho hopes to mcrit'thc pittronngo of those iho clcjiro to hmc their wiitche tepaired without diimnt:e bring done them. Surveyor' repaired and other instruments requiring js coin-pns03 delicate mid accurate adjustment. In retiring from busincs in Frankfort I take pleasure in e.preising my entire rnnfldenco in Mr. S. Aye, mid from my lon acquaintance d with him n a workman, do not hositatu to him us ovtry way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. II. 1 MEEK. Sept. 30-- tf cohi-tnon- Knights Templar CHARMS! Large Assortment of SOLID SILVER LADLES ! FOEKS AND SPOONS. Largo Assortment of 14 ill IS I MEU WATCBES ! Water Sets, Tea Sets, Castors, Butter Dishes, Pickle Stands, Baskets, And Novelties in Fine American Silver Plate. If you need any of the above goods, or anything Line, wo ejso in the Jewelry Wholesale Prloes. are Belling at Quality guaranteed. Arc no ,v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to nentletnan went into the ftoie of Mesrs. R. K. McClure ii Bro Sattuduy and sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-clasthat the uppers of u pair ol ulioes Christmas at the Feeble-minde- d of them and hnd been which he pttiehn-e- d Institute. weat inn for just two years and two motilhs On Monday evening Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, wete hi en king. Me wanted another pur just his estimable lady, and the teachers at the like them to make the damage good. Intilute gave an entertainWent, daughter of Col.JE. C. for the amusement of the children of ment Went, of this city, has taken the first honor the institution and invited a number of All other gDods handled in their season. Hunters' complete thiileen times consecutively in as many friends from this city to witness it.' nnd all mouth in Citv .School. No. '2, in Lexington. who attended were amply repaid outfits. for their She has not failed to take a first honor every visit. In the ulternoon an elegant repast month lor the last two years. She makes was spread, which was partaken of by a her home in that city with Dr. Acqitilln large number of guests, and early in the Tulhiill. .who has adopted her. evening the company were invited into the following officers of Capital Lodge chapel, which had been beautifully decoThe Constantly on hand. No. G, I. O. O. weie elected Mondny rated and prepared lor the occasion. Two evening, December 2o, 1882, for the ensuing large Christmas trees filled with presents stood one on each side of the stage, nnd imBreech-loadin- g six months: mediately above appeared the words in Thos .1. Hutchison, Noble Grand. evergreen, "Merry Christmas." When the A. Chilton, Vice Grand AlVr company were all seated Dr. Stewart, in n E. Whitesides, Trensurer. few appropriate remarks, welcomed them, Sept. V S. Dehoney, Secretary. 303m. and then the programme given below was Win. McEwnn, Host. gone through with. The tableaux were Masonic Election, exceedingly interesting, and the recitation. and declamations were given in splendid The following officers were elected stjle. In fact, it was a first class entertainWednesday night, for the ensuing year, by ment in every respect. The exeroices were the JIiiKinio Lodges of this city: begun by singing "Glory to God in the Hi ram Lodge, No. 4. Highest" by n number ol the pupils, after Geo. A. Lewis, Worshipful Master. which the following; Rev. J. M. Lewis, Senior Warden. 1. of the seasons Spring, Tableau John E. Kirtley, Junior Warden. Summer, Autumn, nnd Winter. W. T. Reading, Treasurer. 2. Tableau No rose Without a Thorn. E. Whitesides, Secretary. 3. Tableau Taking the Veil. John W. Payne, Senior Deacon. 4. Recitation Grandma's Beaux. G-ood- s,. Sam. J. Shea, Junior Deacon. Bridal Scene (bridle seen). 5. Tableau y Gus, Shiielcr, Steward and Tvler, G. Tableau Courtship und Marriage Loom-:- . No. o.'J'J. Six (cent's presentation, declaration, Esoitiiic cool possession, altercation, James A. Mrtrrny, Worshiplul Mater. G. Montgomery, Senior Warden. reconciliation. Frank 7. Tableau The Flour of the Family. William L. .Felt, Junior Warden. 8. Addiese The Search fur Happiness John W. Piuett, Treasurer. The Gipsey Camp three 9. Tableau 0ciir Herancourt, Secretary. William II. Phythian, Senior Deacon scenes the camp, good fortune telling, bad John B. Vench, Junior Deacon, fortune telling. 10. Tubienu Gus. Shaefer, Steward and Tyler. Hallowed be Thy Name. Woman's Rights. 11. Tableau Mrs F. A. Lyons and daughter, Mies 12. Essay on Man (S A on Man). Anna, who reside on Second street, South 13. Dialogue The Boy who would not side, came over to this side of the river be a Girl and the Girl who would not be a Saturday afternoon, and returning home Boy. after dark, discovered a light nt one of their 14 Tableaux Going to the Centennial Thinking the house was on fire windows. two scenes too late for the cars and arrived t'uev hurried in, when to their surprise the at Inst. light had disappeared. They were then 15. Song Ring out the Merry Chiming convinced some one was in the house and Bells. Mrs. Lvons went out into the street to call The presents, which were all donated and for help while Miss Anna remained to cost the Stale nothing, were then taken from watch for the burglar, and she did not have the trees and distributed to the children, to wait very long, for n low, heavy set who wern made as happy as lurks. After black rascal came rushing down the steps the distribution the invited guests returned as boon as he heard Mrs. Lyons calling to to their homes, with the exception of some someone on the street, darted out of the fifteen or twenty couples of young people door, and ran down the street, followed by who remained und enjoyed a social dance Mrs. L., who chased him to the corner of in the Chapel. Main and Second and saw him disappear for an hour or two The Institution, under its present efficient down Buttle Alley, Oflicer Smith was soon Books tho Whole Yea is one that not only our people Toys only a ; on the ground and mndu an arrest, but tho management, but the whole State may well be proud ept33'tf ladies failed to identify the man and he was released. The fellow had evidently just of, and it should be amply provided for in C. D. D, gotten in and was taking his time when the future to enable it to continue its good work ladies arrived, for they missed nothing, of throwing light upon tho clouded intellects DEALKR IN though a bureau drawer had been opened of the unfortunate ones of our Commonwealth. FRANKFORT, KY., by him. coin-jilaine- Sheriff. Second Ward, Market- - II oue J no. Henderson, M H. P. William, Judges; Win. Sttllell, Clerk; Clms. Featherstone, Sheriff. Third Ward, D. J. Haly, Lewis Weitzel, Judges: Jno. W. Milam, Clerk; J. L. Price, Sheriff. Attest: F. V. GRAY, CVy Clerk. Fkavki'okt, Dec. 27, 1882. Court-llouse Wholesale and retail dealers in STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, t' s. d BEST BRISTDS OF Feeble-minde- d Mi-slte- Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Shot Guns a Specialty. I, Fine CALL SEE FOR YOURSELF. HO ! FOR CHRISTMAS ! R. K. MCCLURE & BE 3.. Have a nice line of i i Fsuan-c- .i,t Such as Inkstands, Papetries, CIGAR CASES, ODER CASES. WRITING DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Kives, &c., &c. ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS, SUCH A. 8 CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY Last Few Days S J. BUSH, W. J. CHINN, Willsellatthe very lowed figures & "Bough on Rats." OTIS W. SNYDER, Lexington, Ky. Clears out rnts, mice, rooches, flies, ants, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 25c. Druggists. bed-bug- Can be found at bis office from 8 a. m. to S p. Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to tho be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken entire satisfaction of thoso who may oboaa to internelly. Price 75 cents. patronize taiiu. July 15. ly $100 Reward (Succenor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) ALL KINDS OF COAL FOE CASH' mmmmmmmAms MMMBSMSMBsasliJ8MdMsjsjSMBMMMBMMBMBMMM pfi FRANKFORT E Esq., of Woodford county, 7.. V. Smith, jr., Ksq., of Lexington, Hon. John Dennett, of iterodatthe pout. offlccat Frnnkfort, Kentucky Richmond. Hon. Thos. H. Corbett. of as second olass mailable matter. Patlucah, Mr. Hogc, mid others. ROUNDABOUT, GEORGE A. LEWIS. Ed-ito- r emd. Fiabllslier. .10, Mr. John Ward und MicH Lucy Belle Whitehoiise were married nt the resilience ol tiie bride's parents, in South, Frankfort, Wednesday evening, by Itev. J. M. Lewis. qneS5al rii - !ir"SS I - I I I X I. 1 A SWEEPING REDUCTION A.T HAUK1S & HEfiKMANN'S y Mr. Jos. T. Stolen Ims accepted the agency for this county of the patent farm THE HOP. gate which lias been on exhibition in the Court House yard. Head Inn advertise The complimentary hop given by the young ment. men of the Assembly Ball Club to Miss Nettie McDowell, Thursday evening, was very large, Personal. ly attended, and was an unusually pleasant Mrs. H. D. Fitch has been quite ill the ? affair. The music was furnished by Scibert's past week. Beware String Dand, of Louisville, and was excellent. g Miss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, is visiting The dresses of the ladies were elegant, and we relntives in this city. of Frand. have endeavored to give below a full list of Mrs. Ed. R Ball, of Midway, is visiting their costumes, but if we have omitted any relative? in this citv. Unscru we hope no one will think in intentional. pulo us , of Louisville, is Mis Jennie Miss Maggie Clay, Paris, scarlet satin, visiting Miss Dora Huffman. natural flowers and diamonds, ave tried Miss Renn Mnrcton, of Versailles, is to imitato Miss Bessie Irvine, Richmond, ottoman 9 our Remsilk, trimmed with Irish white lace, dia- visiting relatives in thte city. edy and monds. Mr. J. C Risk and family, of Midway, ft deceive Miss Julia Botsford, Louisville, pink nun's are visiting relntives in this city. a thepublic Q. by using veiling, and maroon velvet, gold. Mr. L. II Biunton. of Indianapolis, Indin SIMILAR Every article marked in plain figures, showing the old and the new Miss Annie Dakewcll, I'ewec Valley, cream ana, is visiting relatives in this city. NAMES, price. Everybody should take advantage of the low silk and tarlatan. b u t d o Claude Buckley, Esq., editor ol the Anderprices before our stock is broken. not be deMiss Belle Graves, Versailles, pink satin son News, was in the city Thursday. ceived w and lace. Miss Mattie Willmit has returned from see that Miss Fannie Duke, Louisville, old gold a visit to friends in Henderson county. the word 8 moire, cardinal trimmings. Mr. George W. Johnston is al home Miss Louto Cooper, Louisville, olie brown from Yale College to spend the holidays, t& satin and velvet. . Mr. George Coburn, of Canada, has been with plC' (Miss Mamie Caldwell. Louisville, blue silk, visiting at the Executive Mansion this week. 3" I tureof an tan colored embroidery, lace and diamond6. Iron Safe, Miss Ora Rislev, of Lagrange, is visitiiiL o onablack This toilet was exquisite. her aunt, Mrs. Owen T. Richardson, South wrapper Miss Etta Whitestone, Louisville, white Side. Proprietors Arcane. andwnlte ml nun's veiling. letters is Mr. James Thompson, of Bourbon counon every o Mis Julia'Tapp, Louisville, crimson satin, ty, visited Irieuds in this city the first ol the a. I I package. black lace overdress, paals. week. 'Also, see Miss Madge Fullerton, Illinois, maroon Mr. A. B. Hammond returned yesterday that it is colored velvet and satin, gold. on the from a week's visit to relatives in Shelby I would respectfully inform the citizens of Frankfort tliPt I nave removed my stock of and MissJTimberlake, Winchester, street dress. county. stam p, . Miss Teresa Blackburn, Versailles, white Miss Bonnie Todd left Thursday to visit and take cashmere, silk trimmings. the family of Mr. Dan. Swigerl in Fayette no other. IV lilt. WAKEtlUUSE OiN THIS Miss Mamie Smith, Louisville, handsome county. H. & street dress. MAXXT Miss Ella Tapp, of the Bridgeport neighMiss Walton, Covington, salmon colored borhood, is visiting Mrs. A. E. Stephens, ROCHESTER. N.Y. Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co., where I am selling the old stock at South Side. satin, moire overdress, diamonds. y TWO HOUSES AND LOTS Misses Theresa and Annie Stevens left HOME LADIES. Tuesday for a week's visit to friends in New Goods constantly received. Call early if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in Miss Nettie McDowell, white lace dress, Louisville. former prices. y tulle overdress, diamonds. I wish to sell a Frnuio Cottage and a Mr. Frank Miller came up from LouisFrauio located on the Owenton Miss Willie Robb, white muslin and lace. ville, Saturday to spend Christinas with his pike, just beyond the oity limits. I will sell one Miss Joie Murphy, white muslin and lace, parents in this city. or both together to suit purchnsers. Mr. Win. Pearce, an old citizen of this A. G. STAN'SBBRRV. natural llowcrs. In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. For terms, etc., apply to Judge Q. C. Diiane. Miss Nellie Dudley, rose colored cashmere, county, is lying very ill at his home in the Pea Ridge neighborhood. swan's down trimming, natural flowers. Mr. Mat. Crutcher, son of Mr. L. II. May 20-- y. Miss Hallie Craddock, wine colored cashCrutcher, of this county, left Wednesday mere, gold. for Palestine, Texas, to reside. Miss Alice Lewis, pink and wine colored Mrs W. W. Cnlbertson, of Ashland, is satin, flowers. very sick at the residence ol her uncle, Mr. Miss Belle Sanders, white lace dress, pearls. G. A. Robertson, in Belle Point. The most select and cheapest lino in the city, Miss Sallie Sneed, white painted satin, Miss Lena Smith, who lias been visiting embracing I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of relatives in ibis city, returned to school at duchess late, diamonds. Kate Sanders, wine colored ottoman Nicholasville Thuixlay morning. Mr. Allien H. Crutcher, who was rep. of the Miis Lilian Sawyier, scarlet tissue, cardinal his parents in Belle Point, the first week, leturned to Cincinnati Thiirs.day. trimmings, gold. Major. 1. X. Card well and wife, ol Irvine, GOODS, Miss Jennie Robb, white muslin and lace. have been visiiiug Mrs. C.'s parents, CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. Miss Susie Rodman, black silk and lace, Cnpt. II. I. Todd and wile, in this city the TOILET AND ODOR CASES, natural flowers past week ' M- - X. Mi Canada Rodman, white muslin and MiaseM Addie Hall, and Kittie Bryant, CARDS, CHRISTMAS and Mr. John Bryant, of Shelbyville, are lace. visiting the family of Dr. J.Q A. Stewan.l Miss Julia Duvall, scarlet satin, goUU Institute. Miss Jennie Morris, mauve silk, lace, the Mis Anna J. Bertoli. who has been with natural flowers. Mrs. MnggieJ. Hallnan, returned toCinein-uitt- i Miss Todd Saffell, pink silk, lace, diamonds. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN yesterday, much to the regret ol the SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORK. Miss Sallie Duvall, white muslin, natural numerous friends she Hindi: while here. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 1882. One Price Arcade LI COl I I I U Dem-oti- Overcoats Reduced. Boys' Suits Reduced. Children's Suits Reduced. Woolen Underwear Reduced. Blankets Reduced. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Reduced. Fine Dress Goods Reduced. All Woolen Goods Reduced. In fact, nearly every Article in our House MmmT HflK f Reduced 5 to 25 Per Cent. f t IWTH II tR Bk I mBB iHln SAFE STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1 Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. III BLa HARRIS & HERRMANN, ol IR3R1 3TC1 -- - la-b- el Ma AFTER THE FIRE! FURNITURE, &C, SIDE OF H.WARNER CO. SOUTH STHEET, G-reatl- FOR SA.LE. Tito-storStore-hous- e, Reduced Prices. R. ROGERS. XT 33. d. e 1 r t st 3s i m. g; I Christmas Goods -- FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. Mi-.- N DRESDEN CHINA, vi.-iti- PLATE MIRBOBS, CHOICE JAPANESE &, F. "WILLIAMS, Jr. I s Feeble-minde- d JOE LeCOMPTE'S I. M. CHURCH, Cigars, flowers. Miss Belle Grant, street dress, flowers. Miss Allie 'J odd, pink silk matteau, swan's down trimming. Miss Stites Duvall, white silk, natural flowers. Miss Lena Stewart, lace over white silk, Hull's Catarrh (Jure is taken internally, it nets dinctly upon the blood nnd the iiiiicons Hiirftices of the system. Price 75c. For sale by Jos. LeCotnpte, South Side Holiday Presents PHILIP REPAIRER Has Groceries, Liquors, Tobaccos, HOliN In this city, on FriiJuy. December 22d, 1882, to ,Mr. A. li .''ir.vuol anJ mU, u daughter Louisa Ali.icon. gold. ' SELBERT, AND stock of FOREIGN FEUIT8, &0., ANN STREET, FRAHKFOIT, 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-- FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, "tl 1 Miss Lizzie Scott, bronze green, embossed velvet. This costume is from the famous Worth, of Paris, France. MAKKir.P LADIES. JEWELEH, ENGRAVER. lino a? Mrs. Gov. Blackburn,, black silk velvet, On the first of January, 188:), I will rent the WATCHES, CLOCKS, en train, point lace, diamonds. privilege of hauling sand from uiy farm, and Mrs. Wm. Irvine, Richmond, black gros-grai- n also the right of tylig up lo;js ti the river bank DIAMONDS, on my premises. MRS. 1MDXKY TODD, silk and velvet, point lace, cameo. dec. HO It Mrs. Judge A. Duvall, blac; .silk. Mrs. U. Keenon, black silk. IvorolatedWaro Mrs. John W. Rodman, brown silk, natural flowers and diamonds. Mrs. I'atton, black Milk. I which ho offers nt bottom cash prices. Mrs, Wm. M. Saffell, black silk, diamonds. Mrs. Green Clay Smith, black velvet and 0. d Gold and Silver Taken in Exchange. This gate Is in use and strongly recoinmcndoil moire antique. by Joseph Robinson, Wjikt'liuM k Wei-t- , Taylor Miiint Cluir tttruut, H'runlifort, Mrs. Gen. Harris, handsome silk. Collins, Juilgo V. L. I'encu, Colon M. Jon, and sept. :jo ;jiu. others in this locality. It lin licon manufactured Mrs. R. P. Pepper, black silk. and used largely In tho Northern Sintes for the Mrs. Win. Dudley, black silk. ! late six or Hevm ycurn, und Id universally acMrs. James B. Hawkins, black satin, knowledged to be tho tuoa tueotdslul gate ever o Spanish lace overdress, diamonds and natural invented. IT COSTS NO MOHK THAN A O00D COMflowers. MON fl VI E. and yet can always he onenod and WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. Among the gentlemen present were, Mr. clomt without OKTTINO OUT. It baa been bo Having removed my watch and clock repair George Cobum, of Canada, Gen. Thos, A. thoroughly tented there cun be no doubt but it will out biBt tiny ordinary gate. Send your orders to shop to my resilience in South Frank Tort, Iain M. Stuart Harris, Assistai.t Secretary of State, prcimired to execute work on short notice. Orders left with Mr. Will Macklin, at tho coul Caiin, Esq., of Louisville, Cnpt. Ralph SheloQico, corner Clair und Office, Hon. T. J. at once, and enjoy tho luxury of riding through will receive of St. attention. M'apping streets, don, Register of the Land prompt Doc. 10-t- f (IKO. W. OAYLE. McDermott, of Louisville, Lucas Broadhead, your gate nituout getting out in tho MUD. FOR J3.ENT. THE CHEAPEST just received u large and selected 3 m. JEWELRY, CLOTHING!" Mil! AT CLOTHING! f,M& STARTLING and SLAUGHTERING PRICES SPECTACLES, &C, Iiy. 1 WHITE HALLI Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. REMOVAL Handsome $30 00 suits lor $25 00. Handsome 25 00 suits for 21)00. Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00. Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. OVERCOATS! y OVERCOATS! J. T. STATEXT Prices to all customers regardless of cost and 'value. OVERCOATS'! CRUTCHER AITD STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. svW 3 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT 5 a.--' ROUNDABOUT. DKCKMHKR .10. 1HS2. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the follottlnj; lime tabic will be In effect on tlic !.. K N. R. R. Tor this point. TtUINfl MOUTH. Arrive at Leave Leave Lexington, Frankfort. Louisville. No. t3 . a. m. o:a7 A. M. tf.37 a. M. 7:00 No; 20 . 9".S ' it:os V. M. 7:20 P.M. No. 21 , 3U3 r. M. 7:05 P. M. a:35 P. . arr. at FrAnfcrorlSor. m. No. 24 . 5:15 p. M. M- Our old friend and lei low typo, Mr. John consecutively W. Payne, lor eighteen veitr the Yeoman olllite, on Mnn an employe of day took charge of the insurance ollice of Mesnrs. I'nyne A; Merry, and will hereafter be found on that establishment. We rotigmt-uhithim in being aide to get out of the treadmill and wNh him nil the success in his new btislne-'- s he so richly deserves. paity ot young men Irom the vicinity of Alton ciiiiic into town .Saturday night to nee s tun, and wh'l? at the some ol the Siiuth-eax- t corner of Main and St. Clair Young, in streets, one of tue party, Mr. carelessly handling pistol, accidentally shot another, Mr. .fames Parker, in the arm, the ball entering near the elbow, on the under side and ranging up, inflicting a paitilul flesh wound A f'hii-tmn11 Skinny Men. "Wells' Health llcnewcr" restores health ami vigor, clireu Dspeptin, Impotence, Sexal debility. SI. NEW JEWELRY STORE s e Jewelry Establishment in the room on Having just opened i first-clasSt. Clair street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL The Louisville Weekly Commercial nn AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete tinuures that hereafter it yenily subscription stock of An Enterprising Newspaper. TRAINS SOUTH. A. M. Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Loti.olta A. M. V. M. I'. M. 6:40 No. 4:10 3:00 V. M. No. 2t . . . S'tS P. M 2:27 P. M. tilo P. M. Train No. makes connection for Cincinnati, arriving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. 73 mnkct con. No. No. t; leave Lexington. t'nn a. l. Lrave L ave Frankfort. R:t A. M. Arrive at Louisville. to: 19... ti for Cincinna i, arriving there nt t?:tj, p.tm. No. J4 m k 4 connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, nection P' price will be only line Dollar. Thin reduction vtill make the Commercial the cheapest It ami bert general newspaper in the State. will also be greatly nupiovud. On January 1st it will appear in an entire new and hand-soin- e dre and will contain, among other celebratvaluable features, Whyte-Melville'The advened novel KVrEltFEl.TU." race tures ol the hero and his thoiough-bremure. Knteilelto, with the charming and yet thrilling love story of Viif ami John Gat-ne- t, d GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Watch-chains, Neck-chain- s, Charms, s 6& t COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, And other articles usually found in a jewelry store. neatly and promptly executed. Call and see me. first-clas- Repairing . Dee. 32-t- T. J. SHEPARD. '"' E. P. IIRVAN, Agent. At "J. the Keeble-minded E. M." uraciMiTMiKiUMBCflyim Mr. Pitt. Morgan will go into ofllce day s City Mnralinl. first meeting on TmcmIhv Tues- The newlv elected Ci'y Council liolJs its nilu. Monday is the lam ilny in which the newly elected shcrift'has to lix up hiahoinl. Elder fieorge. Dnrsie will m-tic- l for Uev. J. M. Lewis nt the Bitpti-- t Cliurdi y night. Charles E Wolf, Louisville, wiys: "One l)Oitle of Brown' 1. Iron Bitters entirely relieved me from indigestion." Institute, Monday night, the tableau "The Flour of the Family " was represented by one of the girls of the school, with her lace blackened, and dressed as a cook. In her hand she hekhi pan ol Hour, and by her side stood a barrel luninle.il "J. K. M." This was a just compliment to one of the best brands ol Hour to be had in this country, which is Miles & Son, ol mauufiictured by Mes.-r-s the Intitnte it is indeed the this city. At Foil Rkst. A room well located, either Hour ol that large houselmuld, lor having tarnished or unfurnished. Apply at this tried all other brands, those in charge have ollice. found that the " .1. E M." is not only the Fon Sai.k. A deniable frame dwelling best, but the cheapest in the 'end, and they in South Frankfort. use no other. make the tale one of profound interest throughout. There is not a dull chapter in the entire novel. In order to obtain the first chapters ol this tale ol unparalleled popularity, subscriptions should be sent to By special the Commercial ntonce. we are able to of fir the Round-aiiol- 't and the Weekly Commercial nt the astounding price of only 1.80 per year, giving our citizens their home paper and the best family newspaper in the State, for little more than the price ol one. Send your subscriptions at once. THE LADIES Are especially invited to the GRAND OPENING -- AND OF TOYS HOLIDAY GOODS! NEXT MONDAY, DECEMBER NTH, (INSTEAD OP THE 14TH) AT THE The receipts from stilus innde on Saturday hy Mr. Philip Selbcrt, the St. CInir street jeweler, amounted to over $1 ,500. The Fire. 200 About seven o'clock Suudav morning the Christian Church was discoveied to be on Rev. R. II. Kctinnnl, of Midway, will fire nnd an alarm sounded. The lire depart Foa Sai.k A piano. Apply at this preach at the Preslivterian Church to ment was promptly on hand and succeeded otlice. morrow morning and evening. in extinguishing the Haines in a short time. Stamping, pinking, and South Reusing Mr. W. S. Dehotiey was lor the twenty-flixt- h The (ire originated Irom the furnace, and the floor in the front part of the Church ton work neatly executed by, Mrs. W. G. time re elected Secretary of Ciiiilnl was burned for the width ol ten feet nearly Goodwin, Third street, South-Side- . Lodge ol Otld Fellow." Monday night. e. Fou Sai.k. A ood building lot, 45 by eet, located on Second street, South Frankfort. Apply to Mrs. F. White-hous- TO M CENT STORE e, ! ; The carpet was pait-l- y acio-- s the building. Mr. D. M. Woodson is engaged in mal burned, torn, and damaged by water, but ing mi ofllcial map of the town ol Bell Point, most of the pcus were gotten out uninjured. ly order of the Board of Trustees of that The walls and ceiling were smoked and place. damaged by water and heat, and it is thought the plastering of the ceiling will Oen. J. P. Nuchols will next week rehave to be taken off nnd renewed. It is move his family to his farm in Barren counthought that the loss will amount to about ty. $1,500 or $2,000. The Church was ii.sured Mrs. Prue Chinn has rented Mrs. Lettie for $8,700 in the agencies of Messrs. Payne Jctt'a St. Elmo property and has removed & Berry nnd Judge W. II. Sneed. The with her daughters from Bridgeport to this sexton started the fire in the furnace about five o'clock and had been into the basement citv to reside. only a few moments belore the lire was disDuring the recent cold spell Capt, San. covered to replenish it. No blame, however Goin filled lioth of his large he houses with is attached to him, as the lire was the result a splendid article of Benson ice, and next ol a defect in some portion of the furnace. summer his hell will ag'iiu he heard on our The Baptist Church, through their pastor. streets. Dr. J. M. Lewi", have tendered to Elder The little Shepherd puppv. the pet ol the Dar-i- e the tine of their house ol worship half of the fire biigade, was lost at the fire Sunday the day each Sunday, ami the Ses-io- n morning and the person who has him is re- Preeliytcriun Church the entire use of theirs quested to return the aforesaid dog to the after next Sunday, and Jailer Shcehan the engine house. but it has been deuse of the Court llou-cided to hold the .Sunday morning services, On St. Clair street, between the Lost. prayer meeting and the Sunday-school- , Adams Express ollice and WeilTicl's conteachers, meetings in the lecture room ol fectionery, a small marble watch charm, in the Church, which was not injured by the the shape of a barrel, but without hoop- -, lire, and Elder Darsie will probably fill and has a small piece chipped out ol the of some of the other Churches of the end. The finder will please leave at this city on Sunday night until the damage can ollice. be repaired, which will require several Mr. Ge.orgc Hodgets, a farmer who lives weeks. live miles from this citv on the Plum Branch A Call. pike, while cutting wood about daylight Saturday morning, struck his left loot with Editor Roundabout : the nx, splitting it through the instep the ol the Public The Board of Trif-teewidth of the blade of the ax. The wound Schools now in ollice have served one term, was dressed by Dr. Sum Jame, of this city. and proven laitblul and ellicient. There seems to be a very general desire to hae George L. Pavue has accepted the them accept the trust tor another term. Mr. but it is position of special agent of the Phoenix They have not been consulted, hoped they will not refuse to obey the will I nfluraneo Company of London, one of the By inserting the following of the people. oldest ami best companies in the world, and announcement in your paper, you will conwill have charge of the territory of Tennes- fer a favor 01. Many Patkons ok tiii: School. His place in the olh'ce see and Kentucky. For Trustees of the Public Schools: Ac Berry will be. filled by ol Messrs. Payne E WIUTESIDKS. his brother, Mr. John W Payne. W. S. DEHONEY, m D L HALY. proved a The result of the election has grand success, but not more so than KenA CARD. dall's Spavin Cure is proved to he every day. Rend advt. e. s Fou Sam:.' A residence on the Versailles pike. Apply at this ollice. Desirable residence on Holmes FouSai.k. street. For information apply to Mrs. C A. Prentiss, on the premises. We claim to have the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Toys ever in the city. We also have also handsome presents in Rodgers' Silver-warimported Vases and Toilet Sets. COME SEE FOR YOURSELVES Sept. 3o-3- Announcement. Wo are nutliorizod to announce NAT. P. POR- TER, of Mood ford county, former traveling agent for tho old Transylvania Printing Company and tbcYeomiin Office, as a candidate, for Register of tho Land Office, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. 'thousands TJ ""DTJTI'T"l ally robbed I J of graves are annn-riof theu victims live prolonged, happiness and health restored by use of the great il Respectfully, O'BRYAN & BANTA. 100 Cozen 1 Towels, NAPKINS, c II II 11 JlJJJJjT,, 1 GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENCof any kind , SEMI(cuised by NAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a as loss of energy, of seciucncy memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature crave. BUS" Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail. The 4NVJGORATOR N.iold at Si per box, or six boxes for $5. by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F. J. CHENEY, in Adams St., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. Which ecoes self-abus- losof 100 DOZEN the-pulpit- s JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH HID Hi. HANDKERCHIEFS! Nice Line of Table Linen Especially for GROCERIES! LOWER THAN EVER. Arbuckle's Coffco 15 c.per Pk'ge, Gruen Coffee from 11 to 18 Cents, Granulated Sugar l Cts, a Pound, Best Leaf Lard 15 Cents a Pound, Other nrtlolcg proportion, also too numerous to mention in the Holidays, AT GRIFFIN BROS.'S. FOESALE. intonst in a grist and duiii a good hushies, located in Klmville, Prukkliu county. A oiiQ-lnlf Ban-mil- s. All goods delivered to any part of the city freo. JAS. BEB1T7 IlcrmUm Building, South Frankfort. Oct. 7.3m. l, W. T. RDNYAN, lias just received his fall and Winter stock of Address Dec ltl l-- ta J. M. PARKER, Wigglnton, Ky H Mr. W. II. Jones, jr., of this county, and Miss Katie A. Knlir. daughter of Mr. Adam Kuhr, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, on St. Clair street, Thursday afternoon, in the presence of a few friends and relatives, Uev. Father L. Young olllcia-ting- . After the corcmony the young couple eft for their future home in tho county. The groom is a popular young farmer of what is known as the Tiger neighborhood, while the bride has for tho past two years been one of tho best teachers in the Public School in this city. Tin: Houniuiiout tenders congratulations and best wishes for their long life and unalloyed happiness. t days since, through the columns of the Koi'N'uaiiout and Yeoman, to become candiat ULOOMIN'UTON, Ilaa dates lor School Trustees, we will say, that whomopened a new store of lilu uiul ho krt'pe full lino while we do not seek the (rncirk., lry Omnia, Notion., .to., which if the people desire our services lor an- ho Country produce cheap fur cusli. other term, and elect us, we will endeavor wanted. Nov. to discharge the duties to the best of our abilities. Respectfully, STOCK FOR SALE. Queen-ware, 25-tt- Editor Jioundabout : In answer to a call made upon us a few TELL the NEIGHBORS oil snirra. Hit., j JAMES ELY, Office in Catholic Building, DR. ON OflU-- STAPLE AND FANCY ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to 8 Hours A. M., 12 to I l M., 7 to DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Call and see him 8 1'. M. E. Wiiiti:sii)i-:.s- , D. L. Hai.y, W. S. Duiiosky 10 Horses and 10 Mules, m FRESH AM) SALT MEATS, BRIDGE STREET, SOUTH FRANKFORT. Z T. COLLINS, Denier in &C. stand, at Swigert's old ranginj from four to ol;lit year old, all broken Tlioiisitnils Imve iiHi'il KimiiIuII'h Spavin ivnu rcinly for market, uro oll'ored for salo at SAUSAtJE 12J OKNTS PER POUND. POUK STEAKS 121 CENTS PER POUND. St. Clair Cure for rlitinuitt istn iiller till other iciite-dit'- 3 reasonable rates. huil (ailed, ami have experienced 00L0N M, JONES. -;2rAU orders promptly attonded to.deo.2-tNov, f. dco Furuidalo, Kentucky. 'mutant lelief, it-3- Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. . S, .... ''- - - nI mmmmtmxM' .'&.'. T WTr "" iWPNWf' H Mgs,jiL.w. wiiiw i itmmamatimtmmiMtHmmwtoimiuuim KiHatiwtmiti tmwmiiim.imitiinyii'n.imtm S. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, ralgia," lli e umimIiih ol r.anhllti. tin nutn wlnn was Icil tt nl Linui'tiiH'lntrjr. Sttinlny morn-inir- , Mnrrianes in this section have been quite liiosiirlii to tlii city Weilnc-tln- y were numerous of late, and it is becomim; wry tiinrniii,; tin Innvnriicil to Aurora, Iiulinnii. fashionable for the wiling men who call upon the ministers, ol the citv lor their liny liri'ti nppniiiicil Capt Ilciuy to lorsret to pay them for their trouble. enjiiiieor at t lie Vi'cbliMiiimk'rf Institute, Tin law allows a minister a fee of one dol-'A jrno iceHooriri! Tiiilvy ri'Mgiu'd. and nqtiuitcr for marrying a couple, but no tit on competent man than the tion, ns a man who thinks nnMhinir of his sweet-hcaCaptain can lie loitntl in tliiit locality. at all will be willing to pay nioie Mr. Mnrtin Vmpliy n - crccic'l n ncnt thnn that amount to get her; but if he aint lirick cottage, on the corner of Shrlliv Micct able to pnv the preacher's fee he certainly ami Stonewall Avenue, Siiitli Side, ami is not in condition to take care o a wile, and should remain single lias retnuvi'ij to it. 1 1 E. A. Richard?, Sixth ic Magruder fits., Louisville, Ky.. savs: "I have used Brown' h Iron BitteM with great succc-h- . for neu- r, Smith, M. 1). (5. A. 1). II own, M. V Drs. Smith & Brown, 'EW PLAKIMU MILL ser-.ic- t" SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong? Physicians $ Surgeons, F K A N K F O R T . K Y. Ollleu :tml resilience next door tu the Uaplist J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added First-Olns- to his Establishment )- - s I'laning Mill, to furnish ilt-o- Church, S. Cliir treet. ar WM. CROMWELL, Atforney-at-Law- it , y Is now prepared all kinds of , Doors, Us, Frais,Molig AI.0 & AXD I You can continue feeling miserable and good for nothing, and no one but yourself can find fault, but if you are tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. canc. Frank Houn, n jonni! man about feven The celelu.Ued violin virnio-o- , Oaniilla teen years old, had a bottle in his lelt hnml, and company uill appear at Capital eveninj: Monday morning, and wasatteni ling to put Hotel Hall Room on Voiliie.-ii:iM.i next, January It will lie the musical a cap on a pistol, a cheap ciistiron a Hair, which he held in hi tisiht, when the pistol treat of the ceason. went ofJ, the ln:iel buisi, the bottle was The residence ol Mis. Dolh Klli-onear broken, and pieces of glass and iron were South 1Umio'i Clitirch, t hi? county, vn driven thrnu-hi lelt hand, bet ween the h Tliurdny tore linger and tntiinh lacerating the hnml liie n limit ln-- k evening. She hail rented it a few days so that the fore finger had to be taken out belore to Mr. Hairy Collins, and icmovid hall way between the knuckle nnd wrist. toShelliy coiint. The hi i ahotit 1,200 Drs Smith & Brown peil'mmed the operwith ii ) iiiiiraiiee. Mr. Collins iod most ation and hope to save hit hand, though he A defective fine was the iB of his Ininitnre. sulleritig a gieat deal with it. Uir-y n, ed nnd the adjoining counties, unit will nljo give spccinl attention to the iurchiiie nnd tnte ol real estate, collection of rent', ol a! in?, and the negotiation of lunnf. Office opposite Court Ilnuro. Will jirnettcc in Hial Bstato Agent, F.nnklln the court." of 25-- 1 Scroll Work. Stair Work May IS tf. Turning (lotten out in tho Best Style. Juno v. NOTICE. rpiiK USUAL TIIUK8DAY ATTERXOON L p.xcrel'c nt tin Kentucky Institution for the Kiluc.ilion iimI .'mining of Feeble Minded Children will tic'culicr take plnci tvry rrttlny i FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BK0S., Proprietors. Ma. .itncturcrsof till kind) of New Work toi How ?' By getting one bottle of Brown' Iron Bitters, and taking it regularly according to directions. ' Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. s6, iS3t. Gentlemen : I have suffered with pain In my side and back, and creat soreness on my breast, witn shoot- pain all through my body, at- leu Jed with creat weakness, depression of spirits, and loss of appetite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prra-inephysicians for my liver, kidneys, ana spleen, but I cot no relief. I thought I would try Brown's Iron JBittcrs ; I have now taken one bottle and a half and nm about well pain in side and back all gone soreness all out of my breast, and I have a good appetite, and am gaining In strength and flesh. It can justly be called the king ef nttdicincs. nt Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS from 2 to 4 nVlocli 1'. M. TI10 Iiiriti-ttitio- ti if npen for visitors nt miy time whcif inoft convenient for them to attend. .1011 X (J. A. ST i:V.ltT, Superintendent. Oct. 7-- tf. GAUGES, OF ALL KINDS, &C. JGcSContniL'ts fur Xiv Workinnr.y pirn ib-t- . Daniel Cliapiiian, coloteil, chnrjcil with hrealciu iiini ray A: Hudiniin'h and tenl ntade !iii escape lioni jail Thursiti5 day Htternuon hi a rather itiyHtcrions manHe kit no trace toelicnv how he made ner. hi. exit am! the other prisoners profe-- - in nor.nice al'ont the matter. He was fiiwt niied ui dark, when .Jailor SheeJian went into the jail to lock tip the prisoners for the nignt. -- Invitation to All. The First Independent Bapti-- t Church of Frankfort. Kentucky, will giw a supper at the for the benefit of said Church The meeting of the Legion of Ho or will be held at the ame time nnd place omething new. hope all of our white friend1 will come and eat a supper with us. and thus help us of our God and to build up the Kim-doHi" Chinch. Come, one and all. both white and colored, and let us have one of .1. M. Mason. the good old tinns. Court-house ht GUNS up t IJrcccli Loading Guns from Sfi. OO up s Muzzle Loading Guns from 83.00 Revol- of tin State. One door ct of corner Ann and Rroadw.iy streets, North Side, Frankfort, Ky. April f Enclose 8tnmpforl8pngcIllU8trnted Catalogue. PITTSBURGH FIItE ARMS CO., vers from noc.up: (kp!:o nSlllCm, ad rou io & Railway, i Pittsburgh, Ptk KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST 1 fust-clas- s John K.Allender. in the The Teacher ol the Sntid.i met at Governor Blackburn's, Penitential Christmas morninj.'. and went in a body to the Pricnn, when1 arrangements had been made for holdiiu divine service ami a dinner had preionsly keen prepaied lor the A very ell'octlni; dinconrneon sympathy, by Uev. Gteen Clay Smith, was listened to attentively by the prione:, tnaiiy being A "Christmas Greeting," moved to teurn. of the prisoner-i- , was then tend oa behalf .J. J,, Tharp i'iie orin win preby Kev Mr-Dr. T. II. llnds-onsided over by while teachers and pupilu joined in hinging the gospel hymns. The dinner was suggested, and coiitiibutioiii u&ked for by Mr-- . Elackburu, nuil was in every particular a success, there being an abundance of piovi.v ion. The bill of fare consisted of oy.-lsoup, trout beef and tin key, vcgelahles, pickle.-- , salads, pies, cake, app!e., bananas, omngea. nuts, etc., making altogether a feaht lit for n king. All honor is due these ladies and gentleman for their earnest efforts to save the bonis of these criminals. Many aie life prisioueirt and some will die belore their time it out, and, but lor the work Mrs. Blackburn and the Indies of Frankfort are doing, many would go out into eternity without an opportunity for repentance a. ml for 'iveiifaj. con-vieK . , er The followins: i from a little eleven year old scholar of Mrs Agnes Franklin's Fall standard remedies, making Academy, and explain a remarkable FttAXKiottT, Ky , Dec. 2Stb, 1S2 tonic, which will cure DysMr. Lavii, Editor Roundabout'. pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Deak Snt: I would like to tell you about Weakness, and relieve all the treat we had at school last Friday, We Lung and Kidney diseases. all went there, not knowing what to expect, ns Mrs. Franklin had told us not to prepate any lesson- - for t lint day. What do ou think we saw in the middle of the room? I know you will never guess, so I will tell It wns a Christinas pie, nnd oil! vou. what fun we had. First we each hnd to drnw to ee who should be first to " put in his thumb to pull out a plum," and then DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY each in turn diew a prize. Some got a bank and doll baby, others a bell and doll baby, nud every one of us got a doll baby and something le. Nobody was slL'hted", ami I do not think anybody had as much E, fun as our school. W."S. B. I cordially lnviti.ou to call and examine m,' New nnd fresh Stuck of Goods. ll: non-alcohol- Brown's Iron Bitters is composed of Iron in soluble form; Cinchona the great tonic, together with other ic Wo continue to act a3Bolicitorafor rmtents. caveats, ma i trado-markcopyrights, etc., for tho United StateB, and to obtainpat- outs la unnatta, jsngiana, rrnnco, Germany, and all othor countries. Thlrtvilx years nractico. No chargo for examination of models or drawings. Advice by mail free. Putonts obtained through tis aro noticed in tho SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has tho largest circulation, and is tho most influential nowfipaper of its kind published In the world. Tho advantages of such a notico every patonteo understands. TJiislargo and splondidly illustrated hrrdr ilmrm h B, WM nows-dcalor- PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. TUB ONLY UNI' RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING row CARS A SOLID TRAIN LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO mini Lexington, Ky." WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAMS E0E W. S. DEHONEY nnd is admitted to bo tho best paper dovoted to scienco,mochanic8,invontions, engineering works, and othor departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Singlo s. copios by mail, 10 cents. Sold by all p THE DIRF.CT KOUTE TO DRY GOODS, i Address, 3Iunn & Co., publishers of Scientific- American, 201 Broadway, Now York. Handbook aboutpatcnts mailod froo. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ! Cam H. G. No. 4.1U Ar? Gallery MATTSEN, A ALL A Benson. 2335 An unfortunate aflair oectired Sunday morning, about one o'clock, in our neighho iiiohi KiiecM'Nstul TJimty ever boring town of Lawreneehurg, in which one discovered as it is certain in its effects and does nut blister. HEAD PROOF I1EI.OW. was killed and another badly wounded man A paity of .oiuig men were firing oil' guns nuw.Kii IN nud pistols in fiont of the saloon of George STOVES AND TIN-WAR- E, Atiams, N. Y. Jnli, 30, 1882. Pott wood when a difficulty arose between a Dr. U J. Kks'PallK Cn., Genu: HnvinK.it.cd a man young by the name of Wash and a coop. Has just received n large stock of base burner good deal of your Kendall's Spavin Cure villi ircat success, thought would let uiu Know what it has er bv the name of Laughlin, when the latter done for me, '1 wo years :y I n.id as speedy a colt drew bis pistol and started toward Wash. as wasever raised in Jefferson County. When I was breaking him, he kicked ner the crossbar and cot At thia moment Porlwood came to the door, fast and tore one of Ji is hind legs all to pieces. I cm BI'CH AH he was ployed the best farrier., but they all i.ud seeing the two men about to fight, said, spoiled. He had a very larue thorou(huin and I used two bottles of your Kendall's Sptvm Cure, and "Stop that, bojs don't let's have anything it took the bunch entirely off, nud ho sold afterward Stoney Creek. kind here," and started towanls of for $1800 (dollars;, I have used it for bone spavins and wind call., and it has aluajs cured completely FOR SOFT COAL, AMI them. When within a lew ftet of them The whooping cough is raging in this and left the Ice smooth. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. 1 base knughlin, without a woiil, turned and fired vicinity, recommended it to a good many, and the; all say it docs the work. was iu WithcriiiBton & Kneelaud's upon him, and the two men then caught Miss Mollie Moore is spending the holi- druc store, in Adams, the other day nud t.av a scry other by the coat collar and begnn day with re a tile? in Henry county. each fine picture you sent them. I tried to buy it but could not; they raid if I would write to you that emptjing their pistols, which were Hell actMr. W. B. Tiacey purchased of Mr. you would send me one. I wish you would, nnd I other. When Portwood Hurley Sample a milch con, lor which he will do you all the good I can. Also tho oolobratod ing ones, into each Very respectfully, E. S, Lyman. had fired his third shot they tell apart, and paul iV). Laughlin, said "I guess I'll not get to go to Elder Harvey Baker will preach the of Celia Smith loiiiouow morning, at Carter county, just look at the blood," sank JFJL.ES AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES, down and expited in a lew minutes. Port- - eleven o'clock, at Autioch Church. Vevay, Ind,, Aug, lath, 1B81. Dh. 13, J, Kkmjaix & Co., Gents: Sample ol cirwhich ho Is silling very low, wood staggered into his. door and fell, sayMr. Jarrett Daltou, son of Mr. Jasper culars received) Please send me some with my imprint, printed on one side only, '1 he Kendall's ing "1 don't tuppose I will be able to go to Daltou, who had his toot mushed by a Spavin Cure js in excellent demand with us, and not falling upon it, is much better. ! only lor animals, but for human ailments also. Mr. Jos, Carter county." Portwood was shot three horse Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country, At the close of Mr J R. Fears' school sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of times, once in the light breast, just at the of the pupils who were present were the remedy tor Horses, tried it on himself, and a did of the lung, once in the face and once most top examined in ail of their studiis, and if far better than he had expected, Cured the sprain in A PULL ST00K OF very short order, in the left breast, just below the collar bone. perfect, received 100 per cent, he followYours respectfully, C O. Thikuani, Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $. All druggists Laughlin was shot lour timcB, the fourth ing are the averages of those examined: have it or can get it for you, or it will Lie sent to any Tin-war- e ; .1. E. Moore. 'J2, S. Moore, him irf supposed to have H. B. Smith, ehot, which killed address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Dk. I). .1. T. Moore. 7(5; M. K. Daltou, 72; S. A. J. Kknimli. & Co., Eitosburgh Falls, Vt, Send for 05; been (lied by an outside partv, nnd struck Moore, 7(5; A. Brawner, 7fl; M Mooie, 75; Illustrated circular, shoulder, cut through his Minnie Moore. Gf; E. Moore. 80; F. Smith, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. him on the lelt SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. coat in two places, and lodged in his neck, 82; Anna Brawnir, 02; J. Webber, 55J; L. severing the caroled artery. Both men were Moore, 85; Le Brawner, H'J. & TIM RQDflHG AND JOS WORK II SPECIALTY Ci.iri'ER. members of the McKee Guards. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. 110 v. 1 tf . Portwood is still alive and doing well, "Buohupaiba." although reported dead several davs ago Quick, complete cure, all nnnoyinj,' Kid a 4Plniiiand Decorative Paper Hanginc speciality. At last accounts he was able to sit up and ney, Bladder nnd Urinary Dieein-ea-. $1. uraers lelt at Averill's drug store will be promptly Druggists. smoke a cigar. sttended to, Office. April Farmers are busy stripping and prizing tobacco. Old "Santa Clans" came sure enough, but poor me. Mr. Poll: Conwii intends adding a lioin-in- y mill to his grist mill. Born. To Culvin Sheet-- i ami wife, Dec. 13th, a son Uoy Russell. Mi's Lena Bradley has gone to Chris tinnsburg to spend (Jliriritiniifj. It wns little Susie, not Lena Brum ley we reported last week as sick with ;jueuiiionia. She is convalescing. Mr. Frank link tie wns offered and refused $'21)0, or eight cents all mound, for his. crop ol tobacco, at the house. Wanted to wknow hether the rabbit that Sipiire Moore killed was setting or running, it being a disputed point. There is a fine prospect of another mile being u added to our pike, there being about lour bandied dollars subscribed here. MAIN STREET, Sei If. FRANKFORT, KY KENDALLS) r fit .a b . . tve-O- Main Street, over Crutchcr Starks' For ticket" nnd furthor information npply to your nennsr ticket-officor address V. W. Monroe, )llsinn Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington. Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. FULLER, Geneial Minngcr, (Jen. Pass. Agt., Kit I'MOM), VlKCI.N'IA. e, !IBi,rjsjfJgwirffJ.J) "WHITK HALL" Clothing House, ift--vfii?r- S :F,:R,.A.3sr:E2::F,o:R,,i . SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE in the way of fine pictures of nil nvlc- - nnd descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be Oct.25-tf- . nt home? kitt. DON'T GET LEFT OFFERED TAKE THE Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (Lou., Cin. TIip (J 1 JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saved him $1,800 1 Lexington Divi-iucut Tlnoiijih Trunk Lint- to n) - k CINCINNATI and the EAST, LOUISVILLE ami IT IS the 1 SOUTH. HEATING STOVES! tbt THE LION! THE WEST POINT! XOR HAHD COAL, 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Link Hock, Hot Springs ami Texas. 1 PULLMAN PALACE CARS Ktm Tli rou j;li From I fun-er- al Kendall's Spavin Cure. ON HUMAN H. FAVORITE! Louisville to Memphis, Little Bock, Nashville, Decatur, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Florida, Mobile and Now Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. Trains of thin Coninnn.y from Frankfort nmko connections at Lnuievillo with train on Sli.in Line for Memphis, Little ltock, Nashville, Mohlle ami New Orleans. Also with trains lor all points In tho North and jl'est. For CASH Only 1 Cheap 1 -- EMIGRANTS agent of this Comnuny before purchasing tlokcts. to Arkansas and Tsxas should write or seo an their C. P. ATMORE, O. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. EGBERT SON, COAL! ALL for Hale i6tt I Job Work Neatly Exe cuted at tills COAL! G. B. MACKLIN. KINDS OF COAL ON HAND at Lowest Prices by