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MAI I u IS firfc fesE! easa ' m EBtsaaEffigacigMaBaciiiiMWW'ii C isli A neat ticw Fun I?i:st :ott:ic, (ho ro(ni, ct'llnv. :ii.l cirlcrn, locnteil in Anply to Adam K. Frankfort. S'Hitli SUpllUIIH. Council Proceedings. AlMnUIINCtl Mi:i:TIN(i, I nwnrpww Ti:i:Dy, .Imutary I'rcspnt Mi 10, 18S3. f 1 i W li-- r; 3ft I Hfittn s HP? fill JHTCBICIAHB. nlo Aesignmonta cf Goveinmenl; OClcers. The followiif; arc the assignments of Govci iv incut olllceis in the Sevcntli District for the Fehru.iry 1st, 1SS3: sixty day siouiiKr.r.i'iwis. Honor, Mayor Taylor and ull the Council. City Clock Keeper, George W. Onylc. Chief Fire Department, A. H. McCIure. Engineer Fire Department, E. A. Phillip". Engine Diiver, II. K. .Strange. Mo-- e Heel Driier. Wat Nichols. Fireman, Frank Noel Mn-te- r, W T DfTUVKU Si. 1, AUllIAHi lli jn-- t rocolvcd lii si fall and Winter stock of ?J SIZT2H3ED 3Y and Cainrrh or tho Masai Ulccrn'.lvo; Catarrh of tho Ear, tyo or !o takon IKTuRHALLY, and Throat. It tho Blood actc DIRJCTLY upontho System. and It USucoua Surfaces of hoot Qlood Purifier In the la tho WO.'tD, and Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT elor.o. Cavlty-Chro- kit mum mi m cambsb THE 2EAEKJ!!Ta E37-I- N off-s- 'X'a- -i J!!l And wo &" Cassu of Catarrh It will not Cure. 1VJT.T. 'FTUS". ANV CHARE. Office- of A. T. SitwAHT & Co. J Chicaqo, III., Juno 4, l&y. J Toledo, O. Xesirs. F. J. Chcveytt Gentlciww- -l Uko pleasure la Informing you that 1 haio used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias we Tw.v-- . v ry b id ami don't heltfit to say thnt il w Hi t ti.-- aiv ar.e of Catarrh If lekca unm ti i.ly, properly. Ono Hundred Ootlaru for any '.. cu'd C.S. Aliell to I). L. Moore. S. N. AnderMJii to S.J. (Jicenbnum. J. li. Arnistiong to 11. C. Ituwen. Jacob llnslifoitl to J. X. l.lakemore. V. A. lhoailiius to Ileadley & iVe!;. J. N. Ciutcher to John Cochran : Co. Geo. 11. Doliy s to J. A. I Inanely. Geo. U. Duidap to K. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., No. 2. V. R. Fleming t" II. U. Owings. L. II. Fintiell to E. II. Tr.yloi, Jr., Co., No. 2, writes Havo hail E. MntisAY. JuA. rutairh lorSO veaus. Hall's Catarrh Cm e cured imp. Consider it wuraiSlO 00 a Iwttle. per bottle S3?-t!by ull BniEisat T5 and sold hv F .T. CHENUY & CO. u, Mich , old night. J. J. Graham In P.. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., No. J. additional. W. II. Giay to V. A. Gaines & Co., No. 1 1 The jnitititea of the hist uiccting were read and approved, Reports of the city oflicer.s wore prefented and appropriately refened. The lolhiwing standing committees were appointed hy the Minor; Dudley, Drane,anil McCIure. On Stieets Church, Meagher, McCline, and U'illiitiu.s'. On Charity Meagher, McGinn., and Manga 11. On Fire Mnngan. Snecd. and Chinch. On Piopo'-eHall lidley, Meagher, and McCIure. On Maikot-hou-- .e Williams, Church, and Meagher. On .Sclieol. Drane, Dudley, and McCIure On O1di1111nc.ee Drane, Meagher, and Woik-lioin-- 106. Solo PmpIotorj, TOLEDO, OUIO. l'nr Sale by 10. Oct lS-J- IiKCO.MPriv. DKUGOTPT, y South W. Matlna to John H. Thompson. Win. Holloway to J. K. 1'ejiper & Co. J.J. Hampton to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co. No. n.3- WatsteJiilis)Ipii)fe. SAMUEL AYSRS, FOKMHRLY OP A. T. Hamilton to Win. Tair K. W. Ilutchcralt to White & & Co. Co., addi-ti.iti.i- ). Joiin Co. C. C. M. Jtme.son to Glenn Spiing Distilleiy OAXVIl.U:. 2--1 KENTUCKY., W ATCK A. i 13 15 , Fruik-fott, Co. Johnson to Peek. Waruei W. Jonkim to W. A. Gaines i: Co , John No. 4, night. D. Knolile, jr., to K. J. Cuiiey & Co., No. '5-W- i . tn 15. " Meek, Main Street. Ky.( continue... tlio watuhn'i'iiiiiiig l)uini't ii'l u.iret'ul (it the "old fcUMnl. H nnniiptiii'i.s work b1 ii'ijit' tu merit the p.itroiTio tit those uhti lit sire tn h.ne tlieir UMtohm tcjialwil without iliiiniiP limit: done tiieni. Sin veyor-- ' eom--- t iisi'4 ri".tirml .unl other instruments i quiring delicate ud iioeuMte.nljuitmuiit. 11 J. .S. A. LiiuKey to Stoll, Clay & Co. F. Murphy to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. I). McMk'hael to T. S. Edwards. P. M. McKobtrti to E. J. Cm ley & Co., i'l Frankfort I take my entitti uoiiliui'Tic ) in Mr. .S. Ayiei-- i .iti't ftom toy !ii:it Heiiimliitanri' n tin not licit:t tt- - to with him .W a way e.ijeilile nl" tneufinir him 11. ewr tit" my I'unnor In lctivitig from in lui-hi- K. W. O'Connor to G. G. White & Co. T. Is. l'ostlethuait to Cuiiey & Co., addi- liaurn tional. cmii-ir.c- J.J. 106, Quin, to W. A. Gaines k Co., No. night. 11. V. mi:kk. ?cpt. :m-t- r W. W. Huplcy to Inbtot& Graham, night. C. O. Reynold-- ; to Taylor, Jr. Co., No. 2, mt additional. W. T. Shy to Foul fflpiai ! & How en. Wesley .Sieucer to J. is. Taylor. Jason Shepheid to Curley .: Co., night. Co., No .;, addiW. K. Hall'ell to ti.iines Market Chas. Buckner. Chief Police, II. .1. Ilvde. FANCY Police Foice, Henry Mrown, W. P. Hud., son, John Rupe, .1. M. Stephen!, L. L iAM Conway, Chas. Norwood, John Dean, and P. F. Smith. (hi motion, the Chief of Police was authorized to asiin the police to such duty &C. as he may deem proper. A dred from Col. Orlando Brown, conveying to the city tho right of way for the Call and see him at Swigert's old stanil, water main through hi properly, mis received, accepted, and the City Cleik oid'.red in hi St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. to draw his warrant 011 the Tiea-urfavor for two bundled dollar-- in payment Xov. (or the same. On motion, it was ordered that two hun' dred enpie- - of the report of the financial A in a ;rrit nml interest condition of the city be printed and that .Sneed. (loin;: 1511ml l)U:ine.J, loctt il In IJlwville, e Williams, Church, mid the work" be let to the highe.-- t bidder. On KraKklin c.uutv. Ad.lrt.ss J. M. PA UK nil. And then the Council adjourned. Meagher. LKe Hi l igginton, KyOn Licences McCIure,.Snecd, ami Ciiiirch No matter how dmttcied the r.in On Health Snecd, Chinch, and Meajher he limn i.vci--- es ol any kind, the (treat ilridgc Church, Williams, and Mali- German On will ecure health and gna. happiness. See adveiti-emen- t. Office HuiidiHg-- , . Councilman .Snecd, from the special comON ST. CLAIR STREET. mit tec to whom was referred the' bond ol Advertised Letters. OiV.ce II jurs r to A. M., 12 to 1 1. M., 7 U City Marshal Morgan, moved that the bond a P.M. FiaNkToiiT, i:v Jan. rJ(1. $?,. be approved. Adopted. Mer-hoA J. Albeitou. T. On motion, the special committee to whom Hanie-- . 'Villiam Hooker, Lena Samlets, llmiietA, a new Chiv, Nnncy, was referred the matter of site for the Opeia House and ascertaining Dickey, Mi- -. Winnie 'in lor, Li.izio Has opened ,1 new store nt lM.OOMIXOTOX, Ganes, Bat net Tanuahill, Win. what price could be obtained (or the old site Kelly, John White-ideMatthew wiien- lie keep? full line of Oh-- - and IJuee X itinn', tlroeurie?, were given fuither and the Marlfet-hoiisiPlease jiy advertised when calling for ho e!h cbeifp Ilry t.oixD, Country.tu.. which for jiroilueo time in which to report. wanted. the above letters. On motion of Councilman Dudlev, Nov 25 m. J. G. riAToiurr. 1'. M. committee was empowered to employ an S. V, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. I! rwN, M. I "Rough on Rats." architect to assist them in selecting a suit, Clears out nt--- , mice, toadies, llie.s, ant", aide site. ;unks, chipnitinks, gophers On motion of Councilman Snecd, the 'J.")c. Dtuggi-ts- . Committee was instructed to make Finance Physicians Surgeons, puunpt settlement with the late City MarIT IT V. IT r.r , 3 "sr . shal, .J. E. Kirtley, and :elist the back taxes with Mai sb a Hoigan. Onieu and residence r.e.t door to the llaptist op nii: condition or iiik Chin eh, rf L'lair street. On motion of Councilman Meagher, the Mai or, City C'eik. and Maisiial weie re- Deposit Bank of Frankfort, quested 10 count the ote iMPt for .School at nu: cLosK or hl'sinkss Trustees at the late election, ami deliver the Attorney-at-LawC30T cerlilieatcs of election to the Miece.-sftcandidates AND Councilman Meagher offered the followASSETS. STAPLE AM) Jn i i J mo, fffir&(r NOTIONS. er 1 ti-3- FOEf-LElf 11 one-ha- 'iw-mil- l, - -toin luvi-'ori:to- -- ""DR. JAMES ELY,"" in Catholic o n. TELL the NEIGHBOES JOB S3I1TH. SK., 11 -- s, ', -- ea-- bed-bug- Brs. Smith & Brow39 $ IS'KFO wm. STATEMSHT I cromwellT" , tl ESCSlvIBZS, Eoan and discounts 1SS2. ing: That the Committee on Gas and Water he directed to inquire what coiumel, if any, is now employed by th city in deno'.v pending in the Franklin fense of a Circuit Court, in the ease styled W. S. and othets against the Capital City Gas and Electric Liglil Company, and so employed .should they find any couii'-e- l by the city nuthoiitics that they be empowered to withdraw same. Councilman Williams moved to table the resolution. Councilman Sneed demanded the yeas Those voting in the iiflhinative and. nays. were Taylor ami Williams; in the uciiiitim, Church, Drane, Meagher, McCIure, Dudley, Sneed, and Mangnn. Mayor Taylor moved to amend the resolution hy taking Irom the committee the power to withdraw counsel and requiring them to lepott to the Council at its next regular meeting. Adopted. Councilman Dudley moved that the otlice and of Street Commissioner be aboli-hethe Superintendent of the Water Works that be required to attend to said duties, Rejected. Councilman Meagher called for the yeas ami nays on said motion, mid the vote tood : For, Dudley, Meagher, and Sneed; Again-t- , Taylor, Chinch, Drane, McCIure, and lifxofvcil. y d, tional. Ci-- h C I--I A. 11 M S Lar;;o iit Geo S. Vaideu to Sam. Clay, Jr., & Co. to I). A Aiken. W. A. W.u-neII. P. Watts to J. S. Taylor, night. Isaac Webb to l.abiot & Graham. r Due fioni Rank- Goveriiment Ta Protest Real Estate Stamps . . Pinr.iluic . " . 3 too, 393 oo 2J,It)t 77 13.41s 22 o i,oo. 7iio 00 S Pajl SS3"ii5iitQ -l Agent, . . 05 Will practice in the courts of Fiiinklin ami the iidjniiiitii; coiiniic', iii.l will al.o give special .ttlcntion fo the piirulian ii.il ale of real enllcetion of rent, .4iinii., and llio of j.ms. Ofi'iet opposite Com llouo. -I 12,532 21 MO 75 of CAUCI.KS, ..SOLii) SILVER JLAS)LES! F0BE3 AM) SrOOIB. Lar;;i Arsniluicnt of um 13 1 mm lim Di.-lii- Water Sets, Tea Sots, CiMihc, Uiitf ;. M. Uurbridge to Eabiot S. 'lay lor. II. S. llanta to Gaines & Co., No. 4, and J N. lllakemore. J. II. Cline to Taylor Co., No. 1 13. C. II. llatchitt to Taylor Co., No. 2. 15. F. ILriiiMo White i'c Co., entiies. f. 15. Lev. is to Gaines & Co., No, 4, entries. S. D. Pinkcrton to Gaines & Co., No. ic6, and Glenn Spiing Distilleiy Co. II. C. Rodenhaiigli to Curley & Co., No. 3, entries, J. II. S'narpc to Tan & Co. II. C. Sharp to Wiiite A: Co., Clay, Jr., k Co., H. C. Clay K: Co., and II, C. 15o en. i'i, S. Thompson to Popper & Co., and Ileadley tt Peck, and II. D. CHvings. A. T. Todd to Cochran & Co. Ed. A. Tipton to Curley iV Co,, No. 15, and W .uner tt Reid. Hi" ley tt Co., No. J. nnil A. Aiken, T. S. 15. F. Williams to D. and Stoll, Clay tt Co. Moiils YeNer to .1. A. Ilugin'ly, D. L. Moore, Moore tt Rebttock and J. 15. Thomp- & Graham and S2 17,334 00 "the .June v. cheapest II u-- "" J. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividend". Dividend No. 29, 4 77,oo co . 1 percent. Individual Depositor-- . . . . Due to n.uiks . . . Piolit and Loss Inteicst anil Discount . . co, 730 45 j.cou 00 719 50 S hy o h .lo.-t.-h m - iii e 1 ron-t.v. ul WBB1D! This g'lte Kt ' hit- 1 liis.ni, W.iketle. Y. j foi'ini, .lmlg I.'.JIO 00 ij,9t)S 09 200 00 reeomiueii led West, Tn- - r Ii. I'eiu-e- , Oolon M, ,Ioii'--- , ami . It h . i liuen 1'i.iuiif.ietiiieil I 11 iiml "t I'm tt.o ".rg. ly 111 the Xertheru tit.ii liu--l i. or seem eiu, mid is untveiriilly e ktiouli'iljjell to he the mo.--t tUCCC-rlgate im r invented. IT CUSl'S MON tt '. raviniiNii noiici:. A dividend of four (.) per cent, will be paid on the capital stock of the Deposit miik oi Fr.nikfoit on and after Wtdiusdav, l.nuiarv II. II. WATSON', 3d, iSSj. at Casu'ei; ' MOl'.n THAN' A tiOOD COMiy lie ojiened iind . .t em nli uloftil with' J' Uh I IJ.Mt Ul'T. It h.i- - tu .0 lhor.iiij;hly tt stud 'hero ran bo no doubt luit i t ts ! t end jour iinKr.-- to out l,i- .uij ordinaiy sjive. .CO I'l'L and c 11 -t onee, and e ijny the ln.xury of liiliug tbn u,'h ymir p;iite wit it nl t,otiinj out in the Mil), W. T"N. S. V DliHONKY I)1:aI.K R IX SAPLi: AND I'ANCY GHnrar, hiiii.kk IN Ed-war- -- UU X Y LtUU U nnnniirnii n 4 V j"S TN "H J ALL KINDS OF COAL t Pickle Stands, Baskets, Ami .son. - NlilH, I iiiiUbiiUiV ni & mmmt. innmant WUU.llrttth0r,loWenBU.., Wil-l'aiu- - s. - Fiv&tlncldpumlent Baptist Church. We me having Inn-nri'-ei- i Novtltin ii'-'i- in I'lno Ameiicnu Mlvn-I'l.tte- . I10111 .'liiiinnx tlio iIihi. put on her u inci-ting- . Zion lieuu-lilu- l If you clue in tlio gaiiiieiit iiml is noiv tnuiliiiu' in tlie any f the ahovo gooilH, or iin.Whln; and of the I.onl, mid her daiuhieiN nre coiiiinu' lionii' Irom a fur. 'it I'p to this date there limn been .luwclry Line, wo are to lie chinch, mid 1.1 ;in.iniis n-llii" I Wliolmlt) I'riei-J- . Quality miaiaiih eil. OTIS W. mTVYOlSR. Iexiiijiton, Ky. Hev. D. A, Gnddie, of Louiriville, will preauh (or us next Sunday, mid till lu-v- , .Imnex ni'M week', if the l.nnl wills, M Miioii will pii'iirli in the I'enitenliaiy ne.Nt .Sunday inoininir, ut VI u'nhiek a. in. l'.wrnit. Comiciliinin MmiL'nn moved to reduce the PRANK POUT, KY I.MMN Sl'UKKT, ,. . . 33. S., ponce loice, ami, aner eoiismenug uie 0p; t question, the number was fixed at nine. The Council then proceeded incomplete , 1ST I'M j .vr-- ; icoit-ric the election of city oflicors with the followSuccess ir to Dr. I' I.. Taylor.) ing result : USFAIi TliritSDNY AFTUIINOON Cm b fiiiiinl nt his 'iilioo fiom St 11. 111. to fl . W. T. Kiniyan. City Tien-uredo nil kinds oi 111. reiidv lt iind Tr.iinii' work to of Feeblo tlio Supeiiiitendent Water Works, Daniel Chihlron will hroafter take phiee every Minded t'litiro 'itUfit'tion of those dentiluuiy uhosn thu who Friday to pitronWe him. July 16 ly Meagher, Sr. ufterneoii frtuii li to I o'ehu-- P. M. Tho Institution i iqien fur Ifllois ut any time when ino-- t Asse.s-n- r, .lames "JaflVl, Sr, eonvenleiit for t hem to attend, NositlyExo-cuto- d City Physician, Dr. .1. It. Price. .1011N Q. A. STnWAUT, Supuriiitedont. OiUcc. Oct. Street Commi. ioner, A.G. Diawiur. . ... cordiully lusltnymi Xuw and Fresh to call and exumluo my toG; ut (JnotN. ... "FO U O A J, BUSH, k sin v.. OTIC Jil. r, J1) Work tf. ut this m& HHIBIIIIIl'IIMIIUIHIBI III MlliMMHWI IIWI l'l,WIl '111,1" ll'IIIBM ll't II HO'I .Mil IIHIOII I l"l I I'll .. ' T SK ' . tv J "' r ' is ' " -- ! ' , . 't f " I all ii I" "r?wvBv?ima-t.irjujp,v- ktjauBRHN'ivAVJMLm!.y.vjH"!i:-tvxmui- m . 4Tl?!ST?lWUOTJfCEfJWl?rnr'iTtf32?5r?-,9L.,- l j, v nss'it ''AAvwarrwrovL'.v. 'iij. ;fTCIr.'-'.lllJullryl.lv.yJJ- '.w Miss Agatha Blackburn, of Mi.siippi. Gen. John Hodman was so unloitiinnte o bundled daughter ol the late Hobt. W. niarkbnrn, two yetenlny moi'iiln iw to i visiting friends in this fit . l'rnnkfort, Kentucky and sixty dollars out o( his pocket, on St. of this place, 3 ntorcthiUlic mnilabk-niattcMiss Let tic Lemon returned to her home in second cln Clair street. in Henry connlv Monday nlternoon, after a week's visit lo Miss Sup' lliiili, in this city. Two colored brethren indulged in a GEORGE A. LEWIS, Miss Emma Coleman, who has been light in liont of the Weitr.el Motel WednesaricL SvuTslicli.er. day alternoon, and weie arrestnl by Consta making her home in Louisville lor the pat three or four months, is visiting lelativcs in ble Crutcher. this city. JAXUAHY 20, 1SSK. FRANKFORT pojt-officor- JIOHNDAI50UT. r. lo-- A SWEEPING A.T HBDUCTIOST v (1- -t rSclitsr HARRIS & HERRMANN'S jL FKAN'KFOKT, Leave onler? for even tiling yood to at J. M. HuntnV. Mrn. X. II. Gay csit wilie: to sell her !ioue Head lier advertise- on Broadway stieet. ment Mr. Wm. Sony will oiler i puMic sile n detiralde (arm, on tlie 7th of Kelminry. Kent! lii Hev ndvertis-emerit. of the Tlnirp will take cliiu-gOrphaii- -' Home, in Masonic Widows and Loii'sville, the lir- -t of March. .1. B. Riiridariefl are becoming tiiiiiicroii, and (lie new policemen will have a chanee lo of them try their hands at ferreting out. Dr. Lee of heart week. Mr. L. Tohia was getting into a wagon in front of his jiroecry Tue.da nioininj; when the hordes started and he was thrown to tliu jriotind and badly limited up. . Tho. Farmer, ol Mrs. Nicliulu, of this county, died suddenly disease at his home in Missouri last C. Elder Paph Julian and Miss Felicia 0. On TucMhiv night the MeCreary Guaid-electe- d Herndon were nianied at the old Clark resiMr Ben. II. McEwan Second Lieu- dence, near this city, Thursd'iy evening. was uerfoinied by WvW tenant to fill the vacancy occasioned by the The ceremonv L Pauie. bv Fidel George resignation of Mr. Geo. John W. Pugh, Mis. Dr. W. 11. Hal! has gone into floriculture extensively, and thase who need cut e Jack Veaeh N puttinj; in a cipnr in the front part of Ii :j hilliard hall, stoie and will bring on a large stock of the choicest lir.inds of ci'jar- - and tobacco. Mr. who (ailed to get their ice houe-(lllc- d Mis Julia Shorpshire, of Ilairi-n- n advantage ol the county, and Mr. J. W. Thompson, of the liist freeze took Hotiiboii county, visiting Mi.--s Hullie cold spell of the tltst ol the week to do so. (inult, South Side. aie A splendid at tide was furnished bv Benson. Nick P. Green, the genial and polite book keeper lor V A A. (Jos A' Co.. is visitCor sheriff Some half dozen candidates ing his parents at Farimlule, I'ranklin coiin-tare around interview in;: the voters. Two Oimi Count; Democrat, tliruugli the s have announced Lieut J. C. K. TiNon and wife, who have papers; the otlier.s "don't want anything been visiting Mrj. T.'s parents, Mr. B F. said about it " Meek and wife, in this city, lelt Wednesday for Fort Keough, Molilalia. The Ciiristian Clitirci- has been put in Mr. John D. Cornelius, who has liren an jiood lepair, the furnace fixed, and it will employe ot the Commonwealth ollice lor be well warmed and comfortable the past mouth, lelt Tuesday morning servicer, will be held, mornfor his home in llarro'lsbiirg. when the ing and evening. Mr. J. W. Wright, who has been intending law school in Cincinnati for several Hev. .1. B. Tliaip has resigned his posi. months, has leturned home and accepted lion as Chaplain at the IVnitentiary and it the position lormeily occupied bv Mr. John is understood that Hev. J. M. Lewis will be W. Pavne at the Woman ollice. The Owen County Democrat ol thellth elected by the Coinmissioueis of the Sinking Fund, to till the vacancy, at their next inst. savs: Leonard Mai tin lelt last week lor his new pot ol duty, that of clerk" in the meeting. Auditor's ollice. We'll bet our dog (o u pig tliat he keeps the neatest set Oysters, celery, and fish at J M. Bantu's. ol books of any one in the whole "concern." Success to you, Li'n, Col. II. P. Pepper has gone to Chicago to ,'o more shiill I limit the fox, 1 g.ive my ji ti s in Bonne, attend the trial of the case of Casey v. Aiul while I'm in the Auditor's box in which is involved the pi ice of a Pepper, They'll track the restless coon. trotter sold by the defendant to the plaintiff. Hall's Calarrh Cure is taken internally. It is claimed by Casey that the hoise did it was represented lo It acts directly upon the blood and the not come up to what mucous sin faces of the system. Price T.'ic. be. For sale by Jos LeCompte, South Side 'I'ho-- e v. bii.wy uJTi 4 - JHlL wGLWiw-- f thein-elve- - iii-n- 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 AmaA K 4n 9K L UUUCil iLH 3 i vHbIi bob-taile- 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. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. HARRIS & HERRMANN, r?rn A I would For Rent or Lease on Shares To goml Darsie. The young couple lelt yesterday lor their future home in Madison, Indiana. 4 boquets can have flowcis or button-holThe ninny friends of Mr. Green, nee Miss their order. promptly filled bv leaving them Cinnie Monroe, foimeily ol this city, will NOTICE 0T TEACHERS. at the drugstore ol Dr. Hall. be pained to learn of the deatli of her hus band, Mr. W. II. Green, which took place Major It. II. Wihlherger, formerly WILL HE AS EXAMINATION' OF at his home near Claiksville, Tennessee, to till the in tlio Public at the K. M. I., has been elected Monday night. U left with three small Fell. .ol. commencing on vncnn.iis She Captain of the Poller Guam's of Memphis, childieu. Monday, January 22, at 3 o'clock and the company will enter the competitive I'. M. in t ho olfico of the m perintendent in the drill at Nashville in May. A colored man picked up a pistol lying fchool building. W. P. lii:iONLY. on the mntitle in one of the houses on the .SVenMn.. .V. T. Mr. Ben. Wnrien and Mks Eliza Newman alley in the rear of Swigert's block, Thurswere married nt the Catholic Chinch Thurs! ! i fell out, day afternoon. Hev. Fathei Young officia- day afternoon, when the cylinder ting. The happy couple left on the 2.21 struck on the hearth, one barrel was exe and will return ploded, the- ball striking a little colored boy train for a trio lo named Neal French in the lift leg near the For Sale Every Saturday Afternoon knee, inllieting n slight wound. A' Co. are putting Mef.-rJohn Cochran At the Drii' Store of Dr. V. II. Hall. The People's Kentucky River Navigation into their Spring Hill Distillery ollice an Designs and Decorations for Parties electric watchmnn's time clock, which cost Coinpanv ha- - been incorporated, dipt S. and mddinus a speciult v. I'ichaid Feiguson, John Jan them several hundred dollars. It in an V. Pence, Me MUS. W. H. HALL. in. E. Mil.- -, J. M. Wakefield Dennis L Haly, arrangement by which they can if their wiuchmtui i attending to his duties and Henry (Jobber being the corporators, at night, as there are stations at various and are going to woik in earnest. Already OFFICE: III SOUTH'S BUILDING, FRANKFORT, KY. points nl.oiit the premises at which there $10 000 has been Mihscrihcd to the capital are buttons which he must go and touch stock of the Company and it will be organ every hall hour, and his presence at that ized in a few iinvs. Bui- - have been teceived Prices on Flour Per 100 Pounds: point - iccorded on the dial of the clock in fioin vaiiou- - firms to build a boat for them Choicti 1'atcnt $:t 75 Uoauty $2 SO '.' ."i(),Mos. the ollice by means of wires which connect and it ii their intention to put a neat little Plain Putent ltoic 2 t. Ii 2.i Valley 75 the buttons with the clock, the mechanism packet into thi- - trade in abuut ninety days Orcoent 8 00Meal .', Star h.i- - given up thu idea o being woiked by electricity. Cap! Sandy I'emv Usual discount on Wholesale orders. l building another boat, and will Turkeys, chickens, and rabbits at J. M. Ship .Stall', JJran, Shelled Oats mid Corn the mentis be would have put into it nluiiy an band. Flour v.wlinnej lor wheat. Bantu's. in the stock ol the company. This - an All kinds of ;,' nun bought and sold. night the lesidencc o" Mrs. enterprise that should be encouraged by our On Tuc-da.IA.SS. S1JA.AV. M. II. Stout, on the South Side, wa.senteied citizens, for a soon as the boat makes her by u burglar and clothing ami valuables to liiet nip there will a tumble in freight the amount of about two hundred dollars charges. lloiin- and lot of Mrc N. H. Ony, on Uroid- curried oil". It is supposed the thief must way etrctt, uppoito thu Itailroad licji.it. Also Personal. have entered the house about dusk, betoie tlrn lot on Uigli street occupied by Mr. (i. 1!. the doors "were fastened for the night, .secret.viacKiin an com 011100 anu yard. Tor Mr Richard Ferguson is confined lo bed appli to Mits. (Jay or to A. T. TODD. ed himsell in an tipper room until the family with had retired, and then begun his woik. as no Mr. and Mis John E. Diy and neicp left trace of his having foicedau entiace can be found. lie fiit went into an upper room Tl'iirsdav morning lor Chicago. Mi-.- Lucy W. Julian left Thutsdny occupied by Mrs. Heineking, who was lor Si. Louis to visit relatives, home, brokeopen her liunk and liom Mrs. Dr. J. M. Lewis has been very ill bureau drawers, selected the best wearing r will offer at public Fiiletn,thcliighet biildor, and some silverware, then went this week but - now a great deal better. apparel on tho preuii'fy, on Febiuary "tb, Mi-- s Kiltie Todd has recovered suflicicnt 8SU, thu farm known as. thu Kit William place, down Htniis, took home bed linen belonging ono uiilo and half from of JCikhorn, to Mrs Stout: next the dining room was vis- lv from her recent illness to be able to g on the Fork of Klkhorn tin piko, containing 87 out. ited, wheie he broke open a sideboard and acres of laud, aim about four and one half nurus Mis. ('has. Jacob-- , of Cincii.unti, ncc of homp in thu slioiik, te.uly to break, and Kill was preparing to carry oil' all the silverware Miss Denia Kahr, is visiting her liiends in barrel!1 of corn in the pen. Terms made known it contained, when Mrs Stout, and Mrs. this cilv. on diiy of halo. W.M. SsJUV. January 10, 188:i 2t. Pollaid, who occupied the next room, were Mr. S. T. Fortune, agent of the Ada.ni awakened, and hearing them talkin; he Express Company, has gone to Florida on ! hurriedly left, leaving the door open behind business. him, Mrn J. T. Lewis still remains wry ill The police were informed the next day at her home in Louisville, but was some Clues F., in Frankfort Hulldinj; and Loan Afsoidation, has been nponcd. 'Ihotu vviiIiiiig and have been tiielly working, the case up better yesterday will pi m. apnlv to Mi.--s fiince. The articles, stolen were all uiniked, Helen Swigert left Tuesday morning T1I0.MA.S CAHTKU, Secretary, thc(ailver with initials and the doming lora visit to her biother, Capi, S. M. Swi-- ' j Fort Custer, Montana. with the names in lull, and our citizens geilat Mr. Chits. E, Taylor has been miHering a bhonld he on the lookout for them. - wounded arm the past great deal with week, but was belter yesterday. "Buchupaiba." Offlco on Main Street, Near St. Glair, Mrs. Dr. T. II. Hudson has been at MidQuick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases, ;?J way lor the past week, attending the bedside of a brother, who has been verv ill. Druggist. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. pro-fes-o- Utnil pnrticulflrlv wanted lor one of tin; liirins, to take possesion February 1st. .1. S. A I., i:. 1IARVIE. tob.ioo lands, partly improved and in woods, ninr l'r.inl(l''rt turnpike mid Kentucky rher. If parties wish to buy instead of renting, we will Ml. A fir.--t eliss tenant witb urmll tevuiiil fin ii tenants and experienced tobacco men, improved turins and otber utisur-pnsed oo JdLlL Proprietors Arcace. rn 4 tnxxKbissBszzsaxxneti I FURNITURE, TO THK WAREHOUSE & respectfully inform the citizens of Fr.inl.foit thnt have removed my stock of ON Till--: &C O . , r New Goods constantly received. Greatly Reduced Prices. C.vll Nest door to the ollice of Messis. W. A. Gaines Co., v.lieic I am selling the old stock at former early if jmi wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction prices. in III all its branches a specially. Orders pi omplly attended to. Flowers Flowers May R. ROGERS. 20-1 Lout-vill- Jsrro'Z'oirzJER.s . s. .ivflrv I VJL Jt V ding, mi Ccrr-c-r, Sale Stable Ccvpitcl Scj.-a.are- r.--. 20-- 1 LEE & CO.. PROPRIETORS. Clisrtsaa. MILLV1LL.E MILLS y's Street, 3iTcrtla.aact . Hacks and Furniture Mauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. y Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. To-da- '. 1 OTATIITM1I UJUvlIIiDllI i nTn?DiM UUUiflillMi fl ATUTMA )U iAiLAJ.Ayfl 1 saw-mil- iu-v- e-t STARTLilMG afid SLAUGHTERING PRICES "for'sale." 11 it. AT if b ink A . A E2a ax w j Such a reduction in prices will never be offered again. ALL! OVERCOATS ! V PTJBLIG SALE Wediii-nlay- , ah-se- nt nliei-iioo- n Handsome $30 00 suits for $25 00. Handsome 25 00 suits for 20 00. Handsome 20 00 suits for 10 00. Handsome 10 00 suits for 12 00. Handsome 12 00 suits for 8 00. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! Prices, to all customers regardless of cost and value. 11 CITyTCHH, A3iTD Alain Street, Frankfort and Lexington, STAKES, EEMOVAL! WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. in.v watch and cluck rfpnir eliup to my rcsidi-iicin Smith Frankfort, I urn prepaircil to execute w rk on ehurt nutico. Order left with .Mr. AVIII Mncklin, lit tin- - ocnl ofllco, fiiMicr of St. Clnlr Mid Wapjiing treuts, will prompt iittvntlnn OHO. W. UAYIiI-2- . Dee. 10-- NEW PLANUM MILL. NOTICE 11 J. M. First-Clas- WAKEFIELD IiIh Having removed Having recently added to s Ustublishment IMnniiig to furnish Mill, nil kind of In now prepared 10-l- tf hi-- Dr. O. b7cH.INN. COAL! COAL - LflUULlU ALSO m i ii Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Ootlin out May 15 iii LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND . ami for Kid vat howent I'lic'ci- liy G.B. MACKL1S. tho Dust Stylo. tf. ;i V bl,lllJ.MU 'in- - ilMllliJ.iitiiWiipillllll WplPipPPPWipwpiiPPIIIppwl . ttrxzrzrxvzrmrrnizxvzzxzrzzrB?: 'sznnscrtirx.Yr.yaiv.r.KjK": I -- aaa'jaM!gigyjxmtatJt.v.io,jawxtjiu.ltJliJ-'J'.iii'5'..'.v- j rvnsMUMmc7HVAt tarr.TMiwjtati'.MM.iawgjKBBgma? & PRANKKOBT UOUNPAHOUT. 20. IS.SJt. " rilAN'KFnUT .lANlfAUY TO TRAVELERS. CnmmiMicini; Monday, Octohcr lime t.ible will lie in effect on the I.. the follnwin;; ii X. R. H. for this point. TRUSS T.niiMvitlc. .NORTH. I.eivc A I.enxe Traiikfurt. 10'?? A. s" No. 18 No. 20 No Xo. 24 Arrive at I.cvimslnn. a. . . . . . . . j'ro 7:20 M, No. No. Xo. S'ls p. M. .Train No. 21 makes connection for Ciiirinn.ui, arriving thereat 7.15, p. m. Train Xo. ?j makes for Ciiuinn.i i, arming llu-rat w.15, p..w. No. t m k s tniinectiiiii from Cincinnati, leaving there .v p. m., arriving at I'r.uil.fort at 8.jo, p. m. K. I 1JRVAX. Acint. Jo. 17 21 10 . . , at . . . 7.1; tl f. nrr. at FraiikfortSijol'. M Til WNs sol Til. I. nve Leave Arrivc.nt Louisville. I.cxinqtDii. I'lankfort. . . S'i5 . M. o,;5 A. M. 7:00 a M. leaves I'ruikfbrt fi.oo A. "I nrr. t.oti.9'10 . M. . . . . M. 2'1? I'. M. r. ), M l' t. "t. n:i7A. ifo5 l'. :. A W.nii:d ilualioti l a white The !.ceiiui will met nt tin icddmex' of lady to do hoice work or cook ins: for a small Ion (Irani (iteeti on Tliinvnliiy eveuiiij,'. faiuilv. Itev. Dr. K l. Ilumphr y, of I,ouiville. Fin: Hunt. Dwelling hotic, located on it to this eily ruvntly. while on a North St Clair sheet, Applv to W. T. at (he Penitential , the Sutnlii mil he linn Gaines. and in We liiecdnv'-- ' Coiiiiei-.lo- in a lengthy eoiiitiiiniieatiou in ulueh he lell- A good building lot. 45 by Folt S.vi.t: how he injiiMil the tiiiH' fpi'iil then', 201) 'e'ct, located on Scond slieet. South Applv in Mt. F. Whitc-houi1,'iine. Iiijri'nl ol Canada, Fr.inkfoit. The Matitii.-ovi-- CAPITAL TrI. No. J30 Main ART GALLERY ! G. Si, MATTERN, PropV, Over Cnilclicr & Slnrks' While Hall Clothing Ikusc, :t- - l c. M. P. M. 5:15 f. m. through and wile, l'liiiuess Loili-i- ', pah-etlii-- i eily on the ('. O liain Sunday nitflit, Full Sam: Holmes on their road to liichmoml, streel. For iiiformution apply to Mis. C .fiiM to lliiid: ol i', a real lie prinecj" in A. Prenli- m the preini-eour city ami our peop'e did not know it. il ADe-uah- le Vii-rini- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SI'KCIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IX THE WAY Why will he people of s. 3'cm 1. m. t.10 v M. 4:10 I'. M. 2!7 l'. 'l. 'il0 I". M, I Our nei"lihor of the Veotn in of A in eoiiiinent- w.-- Announcement of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. in: upon the Sehool Trii-tee- -, the old Hotr.! of now in "lelorin ordtr" What lelorin is needed? county, Uoaul would like to ki.oiv, n they are party. to keep the chool up to the koii siir.niKP. Wp nro ititliorleil to niinoiincT KI2VX O'H. cm liilitr rir Slifriirriri'miihlin The TtlKMlMtn Frank fori send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home Oct. 25-- tf. i r) in milijcct to llio no'lon of the Dnmocratlc URBEST CiaGiJUTlOa 19 CITY MO GDUHTY liioheM 'findaid Elder Jo Z. Tler,"hrolhr of Elder n. B. h to .uinonncn JOHN V (lAIXl'Sa cat illilnto ror Sli.-rltof 1'ra klin eoimte, siilycct to tlio action of the Democratic r We nrr nutln rirn! mm I 8 w V Tin- - A lux. Miinioinny OtlllT tOW (if CO.'ll SllllllliV. liitnijrlil up tin- - T, ler, formerly ol i!h eity. who lor ihe pat eihl ortcn yea is hat had chaise of party. l'Olt KKIMSKsr.XrATIVK. We nro nutlioriod to itnnotinen IRA JULIAN ha" teeeived and accepted 11 call to the n a cniiilMntc lor Itcprfirntittivp of rrnnl.lin a. fleor'ia, which was Church at Auiru-t, huilt liv Mrn Emilv Tnhinon. of that city. county in tin- next I.cs.M.ittirc, sulycct to the The alarm o( liio S.ttimhy ni;;lit wan a iictinn of the Duino-r.itiparty. liy tliu litirn- false oiii'. It was cioni-ioni- ''! " Durinj: the alicnce of Mr Clondas Meek Fun itnursrEitr-ing out ol a (tliiiniii'.v in Cuuv. Me-r- s. F. C. from the insurance ollice of We arc nitlinri.oil to n no line": N VT. I'. P0R-IK- H. Frngliex k 'o.. Tne-da- y afternoon, n chair of Uooilfoul county, former traveling greatly of Our uificliant.- - aiv , litlK- - or no Iiiimikm licinjr "iltinj: in the middle of the loom took fire igcnt fortlio old Triti'Gviinia Printing Comthe dull tinii'-from Mime eau-- e, ami when he returned the pany arid thcYeiimin Ollice, 11s 11 cindiilatc for Iotie liv ilium Miice tin' liol iln v . the -- eat of it wa- - Inn tied out and the iomii Hogljti-- of the r.'ind Office, subject to tlio action tcach-t-- r filled with -- nioke. The ni'iiniiith (or the mitioim ol Had he leniained away of tlio Dcmocritio party. in the I'lthlio School sdioulil read Mr. a lew moments lousier the -- eiw ices of the liie 8:3 GKAND '8:) in anotlier column. ilep.irtmeut would have heen reiinired Dehouev Vuilverti-eme- nt , e! 11 Try Wanton k Viitotis "LYowt. patent liuttrnt Day k Hull's. Jiwl" Slieet Church, I'iehinoiid, Virginia, TAKE this method of informing the . will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, deviations. My stook of iblic that from thi.s day I .iking no exceptions or STOVES, is GRATES, TIN-WA- M, &C, very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, COMINATM, . conipniuid ol powcilul diii'Elder Carnd! (J Wright, a Franklin edits to pKnluee almost tiiiraciiloiis ctiH-i-t- he county hoy, who has had eh.trje of the Indiana, for of Xeiidall'ti Spavin Cine. See Cliri-ii.i- n Church at Madi-")ii- , AND Till: LOL'ISVlI.Ln ndvt. several ear-"- , ha- -' received and accepted a WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L coll to the Twelfth and Wallace Street -: "I have .1. G. Owen, l.miisvile, .sayHe ha- - heen hiic- - Ouo yenr for only S2 00, Two papen for Chinch, Philadelphia. :.. tj. 1. ... ii...... 1.1..... lutlo more than the price of one. eeciled liv Inn coii-ir.ipli. .Iiiiian, , , ,. , . ed ftem; am "omlerlullv ple.iseil with the ,. ., l!yp,yi"5 u $ oojouutll re c've for one ycir iii-- o 01 tne enurcii 01 iiiiscoiintv, as I' your Item paper with the Oourior-.- I oeirmil, re.sult.' hear of the reprc''tit.tic iicwpap." of the -- oiith, anil the at Madifon, and we hone oon in the It'i, hri4h1.1t .jij.I ablert fimi'y L'i iicd bt.it- -. 'l'hoicwho de.fu to cvatnine a simP. M. Pryor, LoiiwiIle, mij: "After his being called to .t larsrer citv. C'ompo-e- d ni-to- ry Frankfort Eoundabont JGK2? T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. u-- ed mfpyk&s ratfc Sfffii.ofes -... t flKKMy?Eas sfu Mhn u, , or n Wilclv Mifl'oriiit; lor yeatri Bit ft - 1 called into Court Saturday afternoon, and "D r'D"D"C"r rhouand of $rr.ici arc their D JL a"y roun;ll ff happincs--ictims, after eioitiiig that thev could not agree prolonged, and by uc ot the ,'rtat Thev health restored A complimentary hop will he given the upon a veidlct, were Young LadiesCookiiigCluhat the Kentucky stood on the llr- -t vote, eight for conviction GERMAN $eck-chain- s, Watofa-cliasn- s, Militarv Iiitiiiite tomight by the cadets of and four for clearing, but towards the la- -t Which positively and permanently cures s of any l.ind , SEMIpaused by two (or cleat ing. ten for conviction and that NAL, WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a - tif lots of COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS, CLOCKS, KNIVES,' FORKS, SPOONS, Eiibert's bond was fixed at $2,000, ai sequent.' ot Lawiciicehurg pike wa.-- .o slick with M. the back, The unics,il lassitude, pain inc'lcrsj, II. P. Williams, jr., and Phil. Coin be- ncmtiry, ision, premature old a;c, and man other of ice Monday that the express wagons runconsumption and premature that lead jewelry store. Repairing coming his sureties, and he was released diseases MO".Send tofor circulars with atestimonials And other articles usually found in a first-clasCrac. mail. ning liet'.vceti thi.s city ami that place did from jail. sold at St neatly and promptly executed. The INVIGORATOR is. free by Call and see me. per bo, or i boxes for 3s 1' all druggists, or will not reach there at all that night. lie sent free by in til, sccurelv sealctl, on receipt of Frankfott Council, No 7. II. T. of T., price, by addressing . J. C I i KN . danit st., Dec. Mr. C, C Eugli-former jailer of elected the following ollicer- - Monday night Toledo, Ohio, Sde Aent fur the United States. Tor sale by hi- - home in Nicholas-villcounty, died at for the ensuing six mouths: JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, last week fiom wound- - in his face and P.. B. .Idlers, S. C. Aft IAU SOVTH SUJt;. Chti-t- neck made by a Komaii caudle ball W. L. (f nihil in, Y. C. Ml mas. Chaplain. Elder George D.ir-io II. O. Mnttern, F. and It. Sec. ami U liy will men allow thein-elvJns. X Mile-- , Tteas their noble hor-- e to fuller when Keiidall'.-Spnvi- n W. II. Briukwoith. Herald. Cuie.properly applied, will rcmoe i X. I. McDaniel. (iuard. Ueiui till sulleiing from man and bea-t- ? Tlio most select and clicnpcat lino in the eit, A. O. Brawner, Sentinel. advertisement. e'inbrni'inj 1 single hollle of cured me." with general dehility, a Brown'- - Iron Biltei.s has The jury in the Frank Egbert cne were ple copy of the at this olTuc. Courier-.- ! oitl'iiul can do so ar.nu-XuVJJ- Jj Having just opened a first-clJewelrv Establishment in the room on St. Clair'street, formerly occupied by DRS. RODMAN & DUVALL AS AN OFFICE, I will keep constantly on hand a full and complete stock of a ,w iy. saw Mil M 0SiEBIHRai s): rv n h mm c. u I . . GOLD INVIGORA"'OR IMT'O-TENCcxcc-'clr- AID SILVER WATCHES, Charms, s Mc-sr- s. sclf-.ibu- dim-nc- s I 1 1 1 1 ".-i- h, ne T. J. SHEPARD. e e, e- FANCY GOODS mM M TOE EW YEAR R. K. McCLURE & BRO.. Have a nice line of G-QOd- S, w The lollowirg - the vole for School TriH tee sit the late dee tiou: Fiii.sr Wakd. A .xp'iik (torn a lire in an upper room :tl E, Whiteside- 100 South Frankfort, W. S. Dehone Mr John X. 197 Sunday I'. L llaly came near producing erioas l.V! it large hole had D. W. LimU-night When OS been burnt in the carpet. Ed. Hen-lefil J. E. Hartley fl A hor.--e belongim: to .lames Payne, colorC. E. Collins 2S pike, ed, (ell 011 the ice on the SrcoND W.u:n. alunetheAr-eiial- , Ftida night of la.--t week, i;,f, bciny; unable to get it tin, it E White-ide- s and the owner : W. S. Dehoney HiS was found dead the ne.t morning. 5 D.L. Haly The linn ol Oiillin Bros., dn goods and D. W. Lind.-e-v 0., notion dealers, on St ("lair ft reel, made an Ed Hen-le- y SO alignment Tuesday to Mr. .John Meagher J. E. Kiitley 04 It is C. E. Collin- 17 lor the benefit of their ci editors will cniiitl the liabilities. thought the Tiiiki) W.i:i. 100 E. Whiteside- posThere are now two vacancies in the 200 W. S. Dehoney cau-e- d itions of teacher in Public School Haly..." 201 by the mairiage of the young ladies who D. I.. 10 D W. Idnd-e- y held them, and now it is aid about half the ..'. 10 . Ed. Hen-le- y young ladies in the city want to be .1. E Kiitley 42 l;; C. E. Collins Mr Adam Kahr has discontinued hi" Skinny Men. on Market slreci, ami the building "Wells' Health Kenewer" restores health fitted up and repaired and will in a - being ami vigor, cures. Impotence, short time hcoconpied by Mr. John WaterH Se.Mil debility. SI. htories being used the upper an Fou Sam: A piano. Apply at this as a residence. 10 pounds ol collve llar at Day ,1 llafi's. A fiigat lor one do- DRESDEN-- CHINA, Mar-hall'.- -, JAPANESE TOILET AND GOODS, ODOR . -- re-ul- t-, ed CASES.! PatlCT CIGAR CASES, - y' CHRISTMAS CARDS, &C, Such as Inkstands, Papetries, ODER CASES, Yei.-aill- e- AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. uc-e- ts WRITING- DESKS, ABLE. NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. ma m&m 1! Gold Pens, Pen Knives, &c, &c. THE NEWSPAPER m:wvQ9 HArnron ! l, (Ukmiv Wathmison, Tito Ciniricr-.IimriiuKditcrl, U liy uirculitiiiii .mil rt'iut.itliiii the .ic kluiu ldlgfii liein nailnttvi' Xurutnr of tho I South. A.-- ii rcliithlu nml valuulilc tit'vci!ior, it Iiiim tm supcritir in lhi country or in tlio teach-crHworld. It niiikt'S ciirncft, vijjorou war on tlio Prutcotho TnrilV llohhory .mil Montum l'lyR ivil. th.it hlijjht tlio itrnpirity .mil .iiny, miir.ihtv of tlio I'nitoil St.itcf. It Is .thlc. liriirht contains tlio trinC!it cilitoiittU, itinl tu'W.-'y- , bar-roothe most cuiiiilotc tu miliary ot tlio uc of the world, tho liift ti'lc;r.iiliic nnd sof ral full turf .tnd stock rt'iiott-- , ui.irlict fiisliioti rcimrti1, TnlmaiV hciiiioui, itiilt'inlid iiri;lii:il hit'i il utorioi and novclttci, 11 ioi'iry, iliii.ntiiicnt for children, ainmcr. tocov. clc, etc.; in ti woril, e or. tliinj to make it a delimit to the f.imily, tlio inecli.iiik', ollice. and tho l.ihorcr. Mr. Ke'iu O'll. 'I'remere, one of the t'n'ciinon o ipicj and full i(uriilivu nroiiiiiiiu Stumping, pinking, mid South Kensingclevere.-- t young men in the county, isan-notinc- ed ciri!iiliir! will lu ?ent freo of oharu to any ono work neatly executed by Mrs, W. (J. on aidiL' itiini. Subscription toiim, (mstah'o in another column as a candidate ton -South-Side- . fiee, aic lor Daily, $1'.'; Siiiul.iy, $2 ; WcoMy, for Sheriff. If he should be so fortunate as Goodwin, Third licet, SI Ml. to fiecure the position he will discharge the nno condim; four "Crown Jewel" patent Hour at Day k $r Any will Im entitled toyearly eulMorlhcr and 50 an extra cony of tlio duties faithfully. Hall's. Weekly I'ourier-.loiiriione year frto to tiny addict. Address If Catarrh has destroyed your pen-- e of Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Pivxo rem Ili:xr W. N. MALDEMAN, smell ami heining, Hall's Catiurh Cute will Walcult. President Couriur-JouriiCo,, l.uuUvillo, Ky. von. 75 cents per bottle. cute ". to A9S The PopoSar SUCH A.S Journals, m corroa-ioiidciii'- i- Ih.-pepsi- u, lini-roo- CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. pt-t- f i iv f MM mmm 1MiMlMIMh 1bR,'m A 4 ttm un.uuimm.iiui '.jun,innuJUii'-m-vnijwi,'.gnnu.'ui.TWL,'H'jJj..L- m renrv,iff.;jiv.rwgfirargranm3JX Blooming-ton. Frankfort roundabout. Quince ami red hulk lit J. M. Ihuitn's. prccrvea in Belle Point. Ciiptnin am! Mr.. S. V. Penre icturticil Irom ruiuiivillo Tiieilny evening. Mis Lizzie Mi-1Mart-hnll- , of South Frank fori, visited Week. - Matiio llnrdie one day thit. Wright lm returned Iroin Mr. J. Wi'-li'- v Newport, ami ha? accepted a position in thu Yemwiii ollict;. ar;,u r.w.,.. i iii nil in iiu vi r, 'riw,.., i lj 'ii it;,.i i inf inn wax, have rented thu Ahhelt propel ly ami will move nest week. Mc-rFrinlc Lorey and Win. Coulter, two coopein, heim; uinler the weather, uie not uorhiiiL' this week. e one of liN Mr. X, I. MoDutiiel will hc-hoi.-Iroin a Kiel; icceived fioni another hor-e- , which luoke his rijrht foie lei:. Checker3. i the r.miin: jrame over here TIip pliiunpioii player is Gioige now. Washington Franklin Oivcn. of color. 3fr. Miin.oh fiiaham has gone o Cincin nnti to buy a Moek ol :ond to put in hout that he has Iriik at our wharf, " Vtvay Clipper.' lie will o down the river about Fehruarv l.The Belle Point Soeial Cluh met viith y evening, am! Miff- Nannie Stiver., had a very enjoyable time. The next meet-inj- ; Todd, at Lake will be with the Mir-c- t Park, Tuesday evenine, February 'J.'hl, Died. January 10t!i, at IfH o'elock. of consumption, Mr- -. Xetbeiton, wile ol our l, Mr. W. II Xctlnrton. esteemed Mr. Xethei ton's mother will keep house lor him and raise hit- three Miiall childien. At a meeting of the Council, held Tuesday evening, n new cio-s- : tiir wa- - ordend to neuron a'iuio, trom Mr. be built iipro-.- s John Uupe'. to Mr? Merchant1.-- and a new walk in liont ol Mr-- . Merchant'" and Mrs Lewi- -' property, on the noith ot avenue. -i i -. Io-c hi-ne- 'I'll w suheriher nnd rr.ider of your e.cellent Iroin i! litet nuinher until tht present time, my virion lias never d on :ttiytliiii from this place, hence have concluded to trv inv liatul jii"t. one time, anil mayhap pav Foincthiin: that would In1 uppieciated hy ome of your tut iue:ous icadi'M. "llloominton, liloiiinin::-ton- , let mi' pee,', where i Hlonniinjiton?" will ho ? till hy u feu, ami ver lew, too, as evcryhody should know where lllooniini;-toit located. I will cny, however, for tlip inloi mation of tho e ocni.'lited oiip that llootmiii!tiiti h situated ju-- t eL'ht tnilc. iroin tlip Capitol of the Sliitc, on the OwenAnd. hy tho way, let me ton turnpike. ' iav ri'ht here, in out citvone bnvs - elipiin dry goods ami loceiies as can be bought in ami be your cily, or any body waited upon by as hatid-om- e clerics as Mr. Anybodv's More can lutni.-- h This place is also the home ol one Mr. Betsey (iravitt. who is said to be 107 years old She is totally blind and has la en confined to her hod and room for a number ol oar-- . She is do'.ibile. the oldest person living in the State, in the eoiinty. bein ten oiir- - older ihan tlip venerable ('apt, Jno I (Jay, who i. now living near this place, and is in T tii yinr and as sprightly a- - mo-- t men ol one half In- - ne. Lou;: may the Captain i re-ten Di'in' 7ffmnt?ii,oni liiiviiij: heeii i ney and Liver Cute, and il mv pioleionil Why Mysterious Physical Troub- brilhern could onlv he broiiuhtn- -l so lor a- - to pvopiietn oveiconie tin ir pipjiuliop ami les Arouse Special Dread A iv nndicine- - they would, in d mbtidlv, lind Professional Experience. lliein-elv'c- s lecouiiiei H"d lor th ir siiiiio"ed ' . ' c I. ... uv Few (1iiturri jivc more pain than diead or SMCiuiceoi iiiienv n- - wen us I... .1 inere.n. Mint ptoplc aie able lo bi'tiellly that woiihl ncciue to the woihl. appieheunioti Mo-- t him en I , face appiiunt d.inpr heioically, but the 0 ANPEMSOX, M. D , sudden and uiiP.Npected coininu ol -- onie CAUSE OF At'PKlUItiN'KION. repeatedly pmeiibul Waimr's Safe Kid- iTT."0UI5VILI.C k & HASHVIlLE'1,.H.Ti , - a- eel-taiul- y hi.-ii- wave. -t - Tue-da- .Mar-ha- , Uen-so- n Stoney Creek. Milch cow are veiy ity. Mr- -. en ice in this local- Mnijraret Moore, better known among her friend as Aunt Pejjgie, is verv hick. Dalton's school The lei in cf Mr. in the Plea-awill expire Ridge on the 27th. Mr. .lame- - D. Moore, formerly of but now of Belle Point, relatives in thi.-- locality last week. h Elder. I. K P. South will preach at on the fourth Sunday in this month, at 1 o'clock, n. m. Evcrvhody is invited to nt'end. Mr. Anderson Warfoid ami family hr.Vc it week's to of returned fioni a liieud- - in oouiitv, his charming daughter, Mi Alice, having mariicd duriinr their absence. Mr. Ilenrv Moore has fold hi interest in t lie xiisMiiill on Stonev Oreek to Mr Me-- fs F, A1 ,T Frederick Smith J. .Smith, who will hereafter inn die mill, are entepri-im- : a fair younq men, ami only tiiul. Ci.uuTiii .Ia-per nt vi-it- ed An-tioc- ynuu! men, w,o sliouhl have kinwn heller than to have acted as they did in the e ot hulits and the more civilized ireiillcmen Shame on your, pie-enc- Thii - certainly one of the healthiest sections in the county. U'e have heard ol bin one case ol ickiifJ in the neighborhood during the whole uintir in which the -- ervices of a phvsician ,is tequired, and that is in the ca.--e ot Mr. John Ulanlon, who has been very sick lor si vera weeks but is now covalesccnt. Tld" place juid vicinity is not behind in ifor the voun-- ; lolk-"- , as d.inciui: pa: ties and soeial1' aie of aiuiosl nijilitlv one occuiienee, the voimjrsteis a emhliu evening at one house and the neM flight at mother, nii'l -- o on until all the hon-e- - in Fii-da- v the neuhbi'idiood have been evening; the J t i i in-t- ., at the house ol Mr. Henry ('hutch, the little folks propo-- e s, to liuvea candy pulling, and other w hicli be an enjoyable (ifomi'e-I- o a Hair to tho?e in atti'iidiuice. At one of there atheiiip.'s of the youmr -- tew a lew eveniiit; since, nt a houe north ol thi- - pljict (au we have been iuloiined), a low occnired lietween some veiy 1 amu-einenvi-it- ed ainii-e-ment- oalamitv iry naturally strikes For hi" rea-oterror to. even the hiave.-t- . lii:htutn ami toi limbics iiii' tluir coming and ;oiti: nieso sudilen, unannounced and unknown For u ome in leason an iiuknow n the blood, some niabidy ihnt is rmliially nuderniiuitii; the life, is sncially ilreadul And, indeed, there bv a'l thiuikn; peuple. such diead, lor modein are ;:ood science ha- - dicoveied that some viiulenl , disorders sliow the least sii;n in their wh'le they have tlie wor-- po sible syinptoms. We know oi many person who have dull ami uneciiain pain-i- n vnrious portions ol ibe bodv; who are unnaturally tired one day and ii p.trcutly well the next; who have an enormous appetite at time- - and u hnihini: ot food ni.iii tlipt pallet. Such per-oaie ically in a danerou-Cotiditioeven thotiith tliey may not lealize of a mo.--l The follow iiij' il pioiiiinent physician, w ho ha- - had iiuu-n.- il - of ,o ojipoiluuities tor impottant a uaiurelhat it will be read with intend bv all: I Siipciinlemlcnt. e liUII ii??anMflrn I n mimi IS 0ISI I1B TO 'L'llM con-iilei- ed lei-rib- le; thi-sa- di-t.i- -- poi.-.o- SOUTH AND WKST ic.i-o- us ! t TRUE WITIIDrT C'jIANOF, IN" PI'LHAi PALACE BS1S '.t;c bejin-iiiii-- l Temperance cannot be kept, because of ofthe cause liquor. The way to make a man temperate is to kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and into so many li'KOM TiOUISVIITiK Nashville, Memphis, Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that non-remov- Little Rock, Montgomery, ns n, the al Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobile, and Now Orleans. '"fclns li.ime on inve-iL'nti- on ,l:ik-inlan- d will ASSOCIATED CHAbMTIFS OFCIX- - un-happin-ess CINN'AII. Joseph Aub, Julius Balke, Mr-- families . M. F. Foroe. II. Miller Mrs (ieorce Hiiueri. I'ev, ('lias W Wcmlre Frd'lc Lunkeiiheluier. Daniel Wolf. J I). Wi!-on. V tio.tiM) or iiittninoiis, M. D. Juliu- - iiei. .'.v. II. A Smith, "peeinl Imv ritu Fur Itnllti, lime, iic. en V. V Hr.vw, Aent, 1'r.inkfort, or write to C. l AT.M0UK, (1. P...t T. A., liiiitNvilli?, Ky. I XTTCJ Ji lljrllAil lrJ -- lino of this rmtl Hat(. M. P Orncr.: Xo 27.1 Wi:-- t Fk;i:tii Tn:i:T 0. Axni:iiov. M. D . Srn:m'Tii!ii:NT. pie-en- t. yen-ilemei- i. 1 vi-- of winter at the magnificent Captain and Mr- -. Milton Arnold, where theiewill be a laml le.i- spread, and a ood lime generally to both old and yoiiii; is looked lor. In the ciiiii'iry Mis. A. is a siioce-- and the Captain Knows hiiw to make every one fee! at home. We'll Nii'i't;i:. be there. We will be lad to hear from Nipper often. En -t dep-ftnipii- t of citizens, Tlieie will he an both "Id and youn, some time during the s, R-t- ill The Best Site For the Opera House .l(.s?rj. EiHfnry. I have during my l career of many years' pnct'ce. trcatnl a uy number of various of which, perhaps none have riven me inoie trouble lb. in the. k'lo-- n nsaciile ticpht'ui-- : i: and wln'e il m.n nn ; - trencrally true, lh;t ihe bv this j!ieatly 'itipoy trouble, when ihe case is ol heied itary oiiain. It is, doubtless the lir-- i but terrible sla.'ie of the well known, IJrijiht'-as the kidneys contain larje qmtntiiie-'o- f alli'itnen; and while children and voun.r people aie liable to it attacks, it is prevalent with all cla.es and usually continues until late in life One obstinate ca-- e which came under my observation, vva that of a fireman of tbi- euy w no appueii io me lor ireaitnent. i lie ca.-- e diagnosed pareiichyniatoii-nephriti- s w:is The man wa- - twenty four year-of nut; plethoric and liirht complected He htated that lie had suffered from urinary double- - from childhood, and that he had "doctored" a hundred time-- , each time some: alter vl.ii'i, iaa-lnwhile Iij Would relapse i.ilo his farmer ifaio o' piofc-s'ona! lny-lcriili-ea- Cincinnati, ()., l):r. 2, y&.'.. ic tonic, made in Baltimore, Md.,by the Brown Chemical Company, .vho are old druggists and in every particular reliable, will, hy removing the craving appetite of the drunkard, mid by curing the nervousness, weakness, and general ill health resulting fiom intemperance, do more to promote tempci ancc, in the stiictcst sense then any other means now known. Bitters, a true It is a fact ! Brown's Iron non-alcoli- KENDALUS) uesasaiafc dicocrc .ILMlO 1 2:05 a-i ii. tiand dots net R.UI) l'KU01'l!i:i.OW. hllll'l'".!!!, .Hir ii it N .ci tain in It iu ever ' -- phy-ici- au ii, never-thelc- -s I my-terio- u- s e. It is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ' bitters,' are nothing but cheap whiskey vilely concocted for use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's Iron Bitters. Itisamedi-cine, aveo mm Uu. 1! 1 1 '5 vii)li:i 30, lf32. A"AMS, N. V. J.1II J. KtMijl.1 & Co., Uinf: Having UM.d a Cine uilh i.rcat Kofil deal of your Kendall''. Sp.ivi t t!i nuht would let ou lnuw vn it it has tin.c.'.s, done for me. a1 1 a cure for weakness and decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive organs of the body, producing good, rich blood, health and strength. Try one bottle. Price i.oo. and wind kt -, and it has nhv.i- - etned tomj.h'tely and left tlie lei; Miiooth. It ii a jilcnilid lr.i'icinc for rlieuriatisni. I have rciommuidcd it to uood i.iany, and the; ad ly il d'ie- - tho vvoik. w.i. in W ilhcriiiyinn w Kneel.ind's drue; More, in Ad-u- i s, the otbei day and aw a very y nt ' .t tiien. I tri-fine iiituie to buy it but Ci mill not; they aid if I would virile to joii that vi-- h you would, and I you would end me one, .ill do on all die ino I I .111. 1'.. S, Lvman. Very fully, -11 -1 ----1 ct )ecdy a eoll ears ijjo I Iml a- in JclTcrson County. When I was "lie lie Kicked over bar and pot 1'f.t and t ire one of liK bind les all to pit cs. I the best farrier-- , but they all -- .ud he wa. and I spoiled. lie li.ul a verv larsi' tliormejli-iii- n tueil tvin l)(ittlcr. of jonr'ICcnd.dl's S;j.ivin Cure, and it tool the I111n1.l1 entirelj off, and I'o sold allerwards it for hone t.uvins fur S1S00 dollars. I h.iv a m .iseer Ijrcr.kinc; liim, rai-e- d rt Kendall's Spavin Cure. KFOiiT MACHINE WORKS, ini-ei- w-- Bridgeport. Tpp hoiifce- - all filled. e, ma'in. Yes, ma'm. Plea-is. very rloomy. The wheat prospect Joe J. Parient hnh been quite ill this week. "Whit ITiiU'f! infant lir.s been quite ill for eveial ilayfe. iteuular service- - al South Ben-o- n Churcii o'clock. at " Mr. France- - Packed, of Louisville, in ihN vicinity. Mis- - Maty Miller has been quite ill during the past week or two. Mr-- . Laura Thompson has been very much indispoeI thi- - week. -' J. B JtiHsel! made a trip to Louisville thi- - wtek. lia letuimd from a Mr. J. W. Jack-o- n three weeks' visit to friend- - in Illinois. Mii-Xannie Thompson, ol Shelby frieml- - in t Ii section, county, is We aie ;.'lad to iinnouiice the fact lhat Mr.--. Dr. Crutcher - able to be out aain. Mr. Thomas Faruier and wife, of weie the quests of Mr. and Mm. ,1. W. denkiiiH la- -t U'ednesdav. Billie says: Till the remleis of the lot'.viAiioi"r that he ha- - not been very well for a net k or two. The 'Squire and have uioed to the (aim. The death of Mrs. Maiv Owens (Aunt Polh) lonnerh ot thi- - place but none reel ally of Shelby, was quite ti shock to her many fri' ml- - in this section. The yoitii lady who ret up the ice cream ami cane io me seuooi icucuer nun family, t Monday niht, may re-- t ah-- j sured'hei Inline hniipiiitss and d by in fulle-- i mtasure, aie sincerel Opeia House, inking everything into con- them. school for siieraiiou. Itoll of honor of Lnd'eprut veol; endimr Jauuaiy Oth, 183: Lena! $100 Reward Hubert", Mitchum Saient, John Brown, If ofl'ered for any case of Catairh lhat can't Tillic Brnnch, Kinest Wilson. A Hie Wil-oAnnie Dowden, Claude Sargent, and Ho-- n he ciiieil with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inteinelly. Price cents. II icatt. l)e-diictiu--1 1 bii-iney, biu-ine.- s ? I'ur-riiit'to- i), hi.-familv la-- in, nro-peiide-ire- t, Let the city buy the IUffuer lot (where 2 A. . known to the profe--io- n wiih same tlie old sti'c -- table stood) The lot is of result that inv colleatrue- - had the obtained. i tho follow ijr ilimeiisiiiii? : 10 feet fiont on He ant better for a wlnle and then worse Ann -- treet; '2) ileep, to Bnhr'.-- lino; thence aain; in lact, so hud that lie I. ml to lay of) .villi ubrs lint io river front, S'A leet. Mr. for some time He -- ullered inten-- e pain; Buhr ovvii-- i :i lu feet nllevway betwien the -- o iiiiirh -- othal I conlefs I had to resort lo JONES BltOS., Vroiirietors. Major Hull lot and the lleflner lot. There hypo lerinic injeiliou- - o moihliia. Mv is an nllevway of 4 feet j'i inches between driiji-Mai .ttnctitrcrsof all Kinds of New Worl. lot t who knew how disu-u- d I Uuhr'- - alley and the Buckley property. The allhoipjli not willing to de-e- rt the cafe, the two alleyvvavs and a part ol the Major Hal! man, me to tty a icmedy liom Flour Mills, Bislillerios, Saw Mills, make.-- a which lie (tlieilru-.'ji-thim-eilot added to the Heiluer's liont had Jciiveil total fiont on Ann -- Heel of 121 Ici-t- . STEAM GAUGES, fit. Af a "(' feet lor etieet on tlie river fiont, irpii: lifiit I icsced diowiti ; m in uulchtn thi- - lemedy, not letting at a stravv, BRASS FIHING3 Of ALL KINDS, &C. the lot will be'Jl by 120 leet ; my patient, however, know what I w;ih The cily can lelmn the pan of Major him; and, altlioui;h imt a believer in nor " 'ontiiicH Cor New Work in nr.y pan Hall that wa for the po?tolliee for an a I must pilnm of "patent medicim;-- " to the Opera Iloii-- e from Main conl'p that after my eatiance the Si 1. fireman had taken one ofOne door iiwest of corner Ann .mil roadway streets, stiiet, Ollioe- - fur the Clerk and Council hollle he ;:iew much betier. I ma le him April f chamber can be on tlie 2d lloor of the Main eoiititi ie it- - e lor a petiod of two uion'li-vvit- li North Side, 1'i.inl.fort, Ky. -t treit entiiu ce Tlie re- ol the old Major the nio-- t gratifyinyr it really rs house- Hall can be -- oh! lor worked wotnlei- -, and h" owe- - bis cute ai.d as B erteiin,.' the (Jpera Iloii-- e on tliii lot perfect health -- o'elv to the reiiiai lit can lie a one-to- ry linildin;; (which it iable power ol Warner'.- - Safe Kidnty ned should be). thircby swim; a laie sum ol Liver ('uiej.the lemedy wiiich I KPA'TUUKY'S ROUTE KAST money to the cilv in electing the building and he usd. rim Tlieie could then he three outlet- - to the Sinpp the recovery of the man above huildinjr one on Ma n street, one on :ui, mentioned, I f.i 11111.1 0 have yiveu conslileijibb nil and, il nece--arme on the livi r front. aUCU'lll.'l, IX IlL thought to the abject of neiile nephrid- - or KllllTilil The hall would he well ventilated, and kidney difliculiy, and I liud tlmt its muni lllll ONI.V INK KI NM.NfJ not eudaueud by fire, a- - it would lie il It olien afe mo-- t leniail.able. built in any other pail of the husui.s- - porPULLMAN KF.W SLEiPIMG CARS vmptom- ol appear? without any tion ol tin pity or io ibly a stqual to scatla-tinI OK The liver front could be beautified, and dyphlherla, and other illuee-- , and the hou-- e would be u cred't to thc''jtpital even ari-- e liom prenuncy. The first A SOLID TRAIN Hvmp of the State, it would be within a square' in ihe form loins fi(itieiilly i how ihein-elv- iand a hall of the br.d'e ami the govern of MV! luli. licioe and inteu-- e pain- - in the lummi nt building, bv the new street on the bar region, "the -- urill of the bad;." trouble X.i O CT jl, "V T 2Zj 3Li 33 , river liont, and but ,i shot I diMnnce troni .some uiictiiiidoiis and freqiient changes in With tlie lenibie Io of life the hoteh- the color of the mine which at time-- ' dimin-i-he- - Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. that occurred nt the Brooklyn theater a lew perceptibly. If the uri e is eniiiely together with the more recent ac- supprt neil, the case, piohabK. will termiyei.is av'o. IO cident in J'iu ia, where some .'iOD lives weie nate I'ntllv in a very lew days. Dropsy - ,i o- -t by the biiiiuic of the ilieaier; the the suppression of mine, ami Mllwnulcee ami St. Louis bote! file, should the sevcreno-- J of it - jroverned bv the pro be a winning lo the Council, and P"rlioii ol retention. The C0JKNE0T1N0 IN SAMU DEPOT WITH ueivous 0'iii-- e them lo be very caution-o- l the kind becomes convul-nioii- n with rent rAsr ol building lliev have hniU for jniblic and irtiular circulation ol'ihp blood i u no iva-owlmtevtr which, in mv niiiiisfinutit. There "ST 3S" S3 eventually mi;;lil that thi- - Opera Iloii-- e should be a caii-- n a ilisea-e- d heart to jriie out. As ! 111: niiti'T hiiililiii;, mill be o eiectid and ntuateil ib, have icmarked in uotrir. inany kidney diseases in the ("is: of fire, lhat one hull of toe it-ve. even in Bright', thee people present should be burned alive, or i no perceptible pain in tho back, Danville, Norfolk, and llie-- e crippled lor life by juiiipiiij from the second troubles often in various assert them-elvstoiv windows sMiiptoms for instance, in troublesome This location will ceitainly he tlie cheap diarrhoea, blood poison, impiiied cvscinht, est, the bi.--t nnd most desirable site for he nausea, lo-.- s of appetite, diye-iiowa-with ad-i-ej;iv-im:6-tu-re-ul- v. I pie-ciih- ed the unir-ui-l therapetil-i- II J.liis'ivii C O. 'I'liirn vsn, respectfully, b ittls, or 6 bottles for $- -. Aildnusists it or lati yet it for ', on, 01 it will be S"iit to any nddie-so- 'i receipt of piiiu I15 the proprielois, l)i(. II. 'i. (' , Vnosliiirfjli I'.'dls, Vt. Head for 1 lltistratid (ire 1!; r. Von-- A 11st. utli, iS3i. a:npie of i.'.nd nn onie with illlIvciI .ii. I he Kendall'.i mv imprint, priutud on ".o Me only. in cc, II 'lit demand w ith and not hp.tv in Cure , but for human ailments it. 5. ilr. Jo-- . only r animal-loading f.irmet in our r.ouniry, Vi.'i'.one of tlie sprained an ankle badly; and ktw'titij; tnc value of it -- n Iiim-i'l- l, and it did tlie le.ueiK for borsi-.tiie- d f.u bolter 1I..111 lie had expected. Cured tliespi tin in very sh'.rt orilut. l)w. II, J. Ki'M'M t Vevay, Ind t.. A Cii, I'll l!cu-- : -- -- -, 1 - Trije 5l !er SOLD BY All. DRUGGISTS. EGBERT 11 & SON, Ilniiin; iO-- ffauss, Sign, and Omanantz! Printers. wsm Wm tif Phiih tiiul speei lily Deciuntive Pnper V pie-eiibe- d, attended Ordei - left at Avcrill's drug store will be promptly April in Muzzlo I.onilliif -- Guns ftom SU.OO up ; Urceeli I.oail-IhGnus l; 1 fioia ltevol-vor- s 5.00 up; a-- a, from fiOe.up; KnelnsostniiipforlHimgoIUuutriitoitCntiilosiio. I'lTTSIIVKGlI FIKE AI13I.S CO., lMttsburcli, Pa. 3 ; WAfSHIITOTOH" CITY, sy-ti'- in pro-date- d suh-iqu"- M trains two-.-lor- y W -- 1 OHI. to di-ea- se df Lynchburg, es I n, : n, voice ami many oilier complaints too numerous to mention. Indeed, thousands o people are .iillenuj; from the llrl stages ol Blight's diricasc today, ami tit'itio vol know it. In conclusion, I would like to .stale that 1 have, oinee my faiicce.ss with the liremaii, ofconsciom-iieftH- , hu-li- los y fllliilliiiilFffl II. W. FUM.KK, (Jeneinl Mannycr, fleii. 1'ass. Afjt., KicilMOND, hi:iiiit(iii. Ky. C. W. SMITil, For ticlsetH and fuillier hil'orin illon tipply lo ur uililrvdit V.'. V. yo ir iieiire.st tli'lii't-ollieMonroi), Diviiilijii l'reij.;lit mid I'lmeenoi Ajce'lit, couyrlfthtH, ote.,ibr ft V& fti ho United Ntsitee, ftnrt to ohtninpat-jjHiV- S c' r' I'1 Cauailn, England, Franeo, Gi rniiinv, and all otlio eoiintricii. 5 years' nractlco. Nn iauaxtXi TUImy-st- x eh.vrfjo for rxnuiiunlion of moduli! or drawing 1. Advi' i hy ni'il ireo. J'.itc ts olitiunod tlirniiRliunnroiiotleciUn iho KClRXWltflC AIUKKICAIV, vlilch linn t io lavjjr it circulation, nnd in tho inotit Intlti-mtincwiipaper oi'itriklml jmliliBliodiu tho vtirld. Tho tidvantiiBOBofuielinnotieoovory 2.,itoutno iniderstaiidH. TldJlanrn and tiploiulidlyHhislrated nowa-p- in piiMinhod iVMKiili-- a t :l,20 n year, nn I in adieltlod lo ho tho hunt paper dovotcil ti)iic'()aeo,in()nhnnli'H,inventloiiri,oni,'iiiooiltiL' vvjrhii, ,vn olhur dopaitmoiitu of indii&triiu prcjrcH, jiiiliHiili'id in any eoiintry. Kinijlo enjiloK hy mail, 10 conts. Sold hy nil ? triulo-ni.irlt- a, al novva-dcalori. rwi i mmm im & urn mmjww Kv$$t' Ba p" Nv(i ffAai 'tul. - M3 nctnthiolicitorofor jiutontti, Wo continuo to I'lVIIILM. ViKiilNIA. A0ilro.';i, nlunn it Co.,puhIishern of Maw thin Anioiiean. i'tit llroadvwiy, ?ovv Vork, IhmdhooU uhout juituiitu muilud free. )Fmv mmu Mmmvmmmmmmmmmmmnfmm m mwmn:ww,m nMMMnMMMnaMt!amma;'