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HfifkdttiA t if i j u n Iiibraty of ir IWillakd Rouse Jillson FKAlfKFORT KENTUCKY Weekly GtiORGE A LEWIS Publisher Jtvou ndabout PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY NUMBEK 3- DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Volume v A FRANKFORT KY OCTOBER 15 1881 Henry F Showaller It is surprising the number of hogs that o are being slopped at the distilleries in and Offers his servic s in this capacity and will make On Monday Mr N I McDaniel sold to Rev W McD Abbett having rented his ales in Fnfnklin and adjoining counties or near this city At the E II Taylor Jr All orders left at this olfioo will shortly re- Capt S V Pence the lot on Kentucky reasonable terms residence in Belle Point Co there are 2700 at the Hermitage 700 will receive his prompt attention move with his wife to Carrollton where Avenue Belle Point on which his house Oct 3 ot Co s 500 at the Old was burned several weeks since for one at Jno Cochran they will make tber future home Crow S00 at J Swigert Taylors oUO mak thouNiud dollars live hundred cash and The waiting rooms at the depot in this Cwq hundred in twelve months Capt ing a total of 5250 This is a pretty good These distilleries are prepared city have been torn away and new and Pence will shortly begin the erection of a showing to feed a large number of cattle in addition When handsome residence upon it comfortable ones arc being built to this showing of swine completed they will be a great improveIf you want to see something handsome Successor to J C ELItOD ment over the old ones just drop into Mr John T Buckleys tin Kincaid the acrobat that turned the Removed to No 439 Main Street over Crtitcher The boom Monday at the great Arcade store and take a look at his stock of Crown double somersault over the elephants in fe Starks WHITE HALL Clothing House dry goods clothing and millinery establish Jewel and West Point base burner stoves Forepaughs circus when it exhibited here IE71 l 2ST TZZ IF1 O JR 17 3SZ 2 Herrmann was fie has a full stock of other patterns of in attempting to perform the same feat tit ment of Messrs Harris felt all over the city by the other merchants heating stoves which he will take pleasure Pulaski Tennessee fell on his head and in SPECIALofINDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED the way fino pictures of all stjlc and de- Â¬ They say they have not had as good a days in showing you and which he is ottering at received injuries from which he died Mori scriptions Why will the people of Frankfort One of the acrobats that was here a send to the city for work when they can he ac- Â¬ day very reasonable prices business in months Oct25 tf day or two after with the Ilumpty Dninph commodated av home Owing to the rain last Sundry the bap Troupe in attempting to turn a double Mr Joe IT Baiiey who has been TJ P FOR Ganger Storekeeper at the Cedar Run Dis- tising at North Fork Baptist Church thi somerault a few days after leaving here tillery for the past six months has been county was postponed until to morrow struck his head against one of the bars and transferred to the Dedman Distillery at morning at which time it will take place was seriously injured OATS COM SBAN SHIP STUFF Mr Joseph tit 9 oclock There will be preaching at Oregon Woodford county 1 1 AY and mixed feed of all kinds Doehrer of Lexington succeeds him at the eleven oclock as usual The meeting still The grand opening of the mammoth ArCedar Run Distillery continues and there hail been eighteen ad- cade Dry Goods Clothing and Millinery ditions to the Church up to Tuesday establishment of Messrs Harris MILES Herr Sept 24 3m SON The property holders on Second street o mann Monday was a success as is everyMiss Alice F Chirk and Mr Frank C South Frankfort between Logan and Murthing with which this enterprising firm has ray have been ordered to grade and Macad Ilutchi on were married Wednesday mornFrom the opening of the doors in to do w amize the street in front of their property ing at the residence of Mr It L Griustead the morning until the closing at night the This is something new for South Frankfort in Belle Point Rev E A Penick ofliciat- jammed with ladies ami gentleVXD lit house wa as such work has heretofore been done at ing filllie young coupie Iicn lor Louisville t men looking at the very handsome displav the citys expense on the S20 train where they remained un of goods and making pin chases In the Will practice in the court of F infcli nml M -- til yesterday afternoon when they returned afternoon a large paper balloon twenty eight idjoining counties and will also jivo special Col Geo K Dunlap was thrown from to this city Frank can be found this height was cut up from the roof ol liii iiiiuu to me purctiaso and salo ot real c tnte his buggy Tuesday morning while on his morning at his post behind the counter at feet in collection of rents claims nml thn niiniitlnn Otliof opposito Court Houso3 way to the Old Crow Distillery where lie is Mr John T Buckleys ready to receive the the building while St Clair and Main of loans streets were filled with people to witness o uno o iv Storekeeper and had one of his arms badly congratulations of his friends the ascent and listen to the music furnished hurt and received other painful bruises A difficulty occurred between Messrs by Sonths Band At this time the crowd His horse became frightened at some object DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY on the road side and overturned the buggy Bob Owens and Peter Lpdike two neigh and building were photographed by Mr bors living out on the Flat Creek pike H J Mnttern who has the picture on exAt Two colored men Ben Mosby and Ken Tuesday morning in which each wasj hibition at his Main street gallery night the band again played in front of the The files grew cot into a quarrel about rather roughly handled ben Walls E Saturday afternoon on Mar- out of Owens hogs getting into Updikes buildim and the people filled the street and a pint of gin ket street near the depot which resulted yard and Mrs U set the dog upon them houe to overflowing until a late hour I cordially invite you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods Owens in driving the Everyone enjoved the display aml pro in Mosby stabbing Walls in the left to drive them out Al- MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY breast just above the heart severing a rib tlog ofl the hogs truck it with a rock and nounced it iqnul to an exposition though Messrs Harris Herrmann did not ep3 tf and causing his death almost immediately crippled it at which Updike became en The murdered man had but one leg but raged and undertook to whip Owens in a exyeel to sell anything on that day only was very stout had served one term in the list fight but was knocked out of time the expecting the people to come ami look penitentiary and had the reputation of be first round About this time Mrs Updike every clerk in the establishment was kept Opposite Post Offico Frankfort ing an unobtrusive man The murderer litis appeared on the field to reinforce her hus busy waiting upon customers and when the Music Goods beiii employed as porter at the grocery of band and struck Owens with a rock send day was done it was found that it had The ladies LARGEST At this point some gen been exceedingly profitable Mr John Kiernan for some time and had ing him to grins BEST ASSQRTMENTIN THE CITY- Mosby had tlemen who were passing along the road were loud in their praise ol the millinery been a rather dangerous negro Strings Violin an examining trial Wednesday morning be came up ami stopped the fight in time to save department and a large number of hats Banjo Ac forA Pianolino of Yiulincello Guitar full Institution Rooks al fore Enquire McDonald and Judge Sneed and bloodshed as Owens had gotten out his and bonnets were disposed of The event ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited was held over to the Circuit Court which knife and was preparing to use it upon the was one which will qt soon be forgotten in Music published anywhero promptly obtainod at Publishers Price Mew Music reeeired this city Updikes meets Monday in the mi in of 300 monthly Â¬ Â¬ OircnitJCourt meets Monday and several number ol the fruit trees in tliis local this criminal case of interest will be tried ity are in bloom for the second time among them themurder cases of John Finn yenr and Ben Mosbv Little Annie Gnylc a four year old laugh The departure of a couple of beautiful ter of Mr II ir Gayle Hied WetTncacfny young ladies residents of Versailles from morning of membranous croup our midst has cast a gloom over the faces College Lex- of a goodly number of our beaux relieved Tt W Stnneil ol the Bible ington will preach in the Christian Church only by the remembrance of the fact that at Bridgeport the third iSunday of this Versailles is only fourteen miles off and month morning and evening horses and bugnie are still to be had Â¬ The Democratic primary election last Saturday resulted in the nomination of the following gentlemen For County Judge H A Thomson for County Attorney Jas A Violett for County Clerk Jas G Crockett for Sheriff E 0 Hawkins foi Jailer Dan Sheehan for Assessor Robert San ford for Coroner Alex McEwan for Surveyor D M WoocNon for Constable in this district J W Gaines j EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS Notice is hereby given that an examination of applicants for position as Teachers in tlio Public School will be held during the Inst week in October commencing on Monday the 24th at 3 oclock P M Applicant must register their names on or before that date with W S DE HONEY Sept 20 4t Srctf 11 T P S Public Auctioneer Capital Art Gallery Â¬ Â¬ K 1 S5IE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WIS CROMWELL Â¬ Â¬ Attorney-at-La- 1 C Â¬ Heal SSstate Agent -- W S DEHOXEY Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W H AVEEILL and Musical Â¬ ly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mH mm WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Unified lit the post offlee at Frankfort Kentucky in second ulius innilnblc matter TheShcrifl has levied on the Major Halt property for county taxes to the amount ol 1S79 and 504 due for years 1S77 1878 ISSO Another debt that the last Council should have attended to ATTENTION Wc defire to cull attention of the citizens of Frankfort to the fact that we have opened a branch house on Main street adjoining the Post Office GEORGE A LEWIS IHJciitcr ctiicL 3F olsliclicr Personal Mr - TKlliUS One copy oin 3 John Jurcy has returned from Â¬ our 100 Giorgetown DAVIDSON Chandeliers Gas and WILLIAMS Beling One copy six months One copy three months Five oupic throu months IHANKl OUT 0C10UUH 16 1SS1 Mr John V Starks returned Wednes Proprietors Kentucky Copper Works and Iron Foundry Go 62 64 66 and 68 West Short Also dealers in Plumbers Gas and Steam Fitters Distillery street Lexington Kentucky llll day from his Southern trip An elegant line of and Mill Supplies 24 Last short street Lexington Lewis and Miss Belle Mrs Geo A Gilmer will leave for Louisville this afterOil Fixtures Pumps Hose Â¬ pendent was in the city the first of the hstid Our city was deeply pained on Tuesday week BsSCincinnati and Louisville Prices guaranteed morning at the announcement of tie death Hon Henry L Stone of Mt Sterling Sanitary Plumbing and Water Supply a speciality of that most estimable young lady Miss is in the city theguest of Judge Thos F Competent Plumbers Gas and Steam Fitters Copper Smiths ahd Machinists furnished any Jennie P Dull eldest daughter of Mr S llargis hour day or night 0 Bull which occurred Monday night at Mrs II G Mattcrn and Miss Annie 10 oclock She had been sick hut a little Jones left Thursday afternoon for a visit to more than a week with typhoid fever and Louisville Miss Sallie Hughes returned Monday although it was known that he was quite from a visit of several weeks to friends in ill few dreamed that her illness would ter Louisville minate fatally and all were greatly shocked Mrs Oscar Hoberts returned Thursday In the when her death was announced from a two weeks visit to relatives in The Session of 1881 82 will begin on the first Monday in September spring time of life when a bright and Biidgcport 1881 For further information address happy future lay bebre her she was taken Mr H B Wilson returned to this city to the Father who doeth all things well Wednesday after several months spent in L MRS leaving an aching void in the hearts of Philadelphia those who loved her so dearly and are now Misses Monie Tate and Name Archer bowed down with an inconsolable grief but left for Louisville Monday afternoon to at I they can find comfort in the thought that tend school Hew J W Pugh has been attending the the has only gone up higher and awaits EIS2H2 Cassia meeting of the Synod of Kentucky at Lan them upon the other shore caster this week Out of respect to her memory the City L Watson of Lexington is Mrs School in which she had been a teacher for visiting Jas parents Capt II I Todd and her several years was closed during Tuesday wife in this city and Wednesday by order of the Trustees and Mrs J W Hunt Reynolds and daughter the School Board teachers and scholars at have returned from a visit to relatives in Her funeral Shufordsville North Carolina tended her funeral in a body Wednesday morning from which took place Misses Eflie Alma and Iva Miles re the Pre bytcrian Church was one of the turned Saturday from a visit of several c Canada largest ever seen in this city every seat months to Mr Hansford of the Owensboro Messen being packed and the aisles in the rear ol ger and Examiner was in the city this the Church and the vestibule filled with week the guest of Dr J Q A Stewart ser- Death of Miss Jennie Bull noon Prof K B Grahn of the Ashland lnde inonsr riirE a brss goods K1 A iLa iLJ Â¬ SOUTH FHAIf KFQET KY A ACADEMY FRANKLIN Principal Â¬ Â¬ 20000 Pairs Elegant Suspenders 10000 Fine Black 15 20 25 Cts Â¬ Â¬ Fancy Scarfs 25 35 50 Cts 100 125 r Point-Au-Pele- Â¬ persons standing up During the entire vices the majority of the congregation was bathed in tears The remarks of Hev d W Pugh on the occasion were very short solemn and apppropriate The following young gentlemen acted as pall bearers the majority of whom were members ol the same class at school with the deceased Dudley Watson Finlay F Bush Frank Hodman Albert II Crutcher Em met T Quin Willoughby Hodman Alfred Grant II Pope Hawkins Thos L De Lime Oos LeCompte The procession reached the full length of Main street from the Church to the foot of Arsenal Hill Â¬ Â¬ Mr Ed F Berry who has been living in San Francisco California the past year returned to this city Wednesday morning Miss Hettic Godfrey who has been vis- Â¬ iting Miss Christina McFwan left for Mid Â¬ way Mondav to visit Mrs J W McEwan - 10000 Fine Fur Hats IT V- 150 T - T w a Mr Darsie preaches to morrow night on The usual service in the Helping God will meet at The Good Templars their hall in Odd Fellows Temple next oclock A full at Thur dav evening at tendance is desired Mr W rr Polk- formerly of tlin Trim script but now Lexington correspondent of the Courier Journal was in the cih Tuefc-IV-Jday Mrs M J Saflell Mrs W S Saflell and daughter left for Louisville Tuesday afternoon to visit friends They will re tV2 u turn this afternoon Mr Sidney French is attending the meet Â¬ ing of the Grand Lodge of Good Templars in Louisville thin week as a delegate from Capital Lodge No 209 in this city Mr II 0 Baker who has been occupy- Â¬ ing a position behind the counter at the drug store of Mr Jos LeCompte left Mon Â¬ day afternoon for New York to reside Mrs II W Barrett of Gergetown Dis- Â¬ trict of Columbia who has been visiting the family of Mr D C Barrett the past month leftfor home Monday afternoon L Â¬ IT 13 T- 1 rPTi JL JLJ1 iJ-U V JL V U Sept 17 3111 AV A W T JL kp JDL - j n -- f JL JL W JL3 J K n - oiiljB5 Saint Glair Street tJp is ft FEANKFOET DEALERS IN IKY BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS VALISES UMBRELLAS Lost About a week ago between the tailor shops of Morris A Alstrom and V Berberich a pair of gold spectacles tl e rewarded by finder will bo liberally H K McClure ic Bro leaving them at Gen Thos A Mr Russell Sneed returned home Wed nesday morning to perfect his arrangements He left the same to remove to St Louis afternoon for his future home He says he I1113 a good po uion with one of the best houses in that city TRUNKS C 0 interesting and instinctive lecture on the wile little Misses FannieMand Bessie Lewis Lewis and wife this county and Mr J subject of Education before the pupils of of Bichmond Virginia formed a party Kontucky Eclectic Institute yesterday after that left this city Thursday morning to visit the Louisville Exposition noon Â¬ Bev J M Lewis ami daughter Miss Harris delivered a very Eugenia this city Mr W B Allison and WE IIAVF JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF Â¬ NICE FALI J jl JL o 8 1 ynwte VMf fcarW fr I a4mrwTmMiTrtmliuitrtftnAAmiemm i- - JHii WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT f i vvictoiiT ocrioH ii i H When was lit Yorktown isst COUNTY UH6EST GinCULAriOH III CITY AHO TO TRAVELERS On untl tlio U 0 ntter July Sr U tliu 17th I SSI It 11 excepted No will run daily Sunday trains on as follows TKVINfl HAST II 1 No No No No No Western TKtntnn 15 Frankfort Aceoinn arrives TltAtNS WKST KxprR arrive x pre s arrives 510 pm OtUO u 810 p in in Lexington 13 pros arrives 812 a in Wmtern lixprrs arrive 20 p in 100 u in It Frankfort Acjomn leave No 12 and 14 mike close connection with trains it rut No 15 nirtkosclose forUincinn Hi at Ij iLjrin connection at tin sinij pluco with trains from Cincinnati for Frankfort E P HRYAN 4 12 Poor Yoriok lown I O The boys looked real sweet in their new uniforms -- As the days grow shorter the gas bills grow longer Alus Mr Milton McfJrew has removed to his new residence in South Frankfort Mr Sam Harris is thinking ol opening a second hand clothinjr store in thiscitv The weather of the past two weeks has been splendid for the tobacco and the newly sown wheat o Mr V T MeCloy and surveying part are locating the line of the Frankfort Georgetown fc Paris Hailroad between thirdly and Georgetown this week The ollicers of the military companies of this city that cail out heft or hep d for left while drilling should be and shot court-martiale- Â¬ The curbing for the new pavement at the der command of Capt J L Price and South and of the bridge is being put down Lieutenants John Milam and George L and the pavement will soon belaid and the Pavne left vestenlav morning by special South Siders are correspondingly happy train for Yorktown to participate in the celo By way of a change the street at the ebration of the centennial anniversary of They were South end of the bridge has been torn up the surrender of Cornwallis again this time to take up and relay the out in their new uniforms for the first lime terra cotta sewer pipe that was put down Thursday afternoon when they were in spected by Adjutant General Xuckols last fall and winter We and made a very good appearance will have a good time enjoy There appears to be a slight hope that hope they the Big Sandy Kailroad will bring coal to their tiip come back and draw pensions for this city by the first of December that can the gallant and distinguished service we Following is a list be sold at a lower price than it is at present know they will render of the non commissioned officers and pri commanding 2o cents vates that have gone The Masonic Grand Lodge and Grand Non commissioned Officers Orderly Ser- Chapter will meet tn Louisville next week geant C Gran Graham 2d Sergeant 1i The latter Monday night and the former J Crutcher 3d Sergeant Charles Bridge Tuesday morning Several gentlemen from ford 1st Corporal Will Shelton 2d Cor- Â¬ this city will go down to attend the meet poral 11 A Botulinum 3d Corporal F ing M Graham T Quiuu till Corporal Privates Lee Buckley T F Berry We have not heard of pink eye troub W J Dudley A I via Du ling the horses in this locality hut some ol Frank Cannon the boys had black eyes after the election vail jr Richard Godson Will uudoti J FJ Ilaly D A Lyucn last Saturday and there is lots of red eye J N Hutchison John Murphy J A Noonau Ed OHara to be found almost anvwhere in the city C G Piyne James Hodman Hobert Ste Mr X I MeDaniel purchased on Mon phens II T Stephens John Sargent C E Will Allen day of Mr Lladon Thymus the frame Taylor jr T B Treimre and It S Allen drummers house and lot in Belle Point formerly owned They weie escorted to the defot by the by Dr J tJ WiUou for fourteen hundred He dollars cash occupying it at present Nuckols Guards and a large crowd of citizens who gave them a good bye cheer a resilience Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND looks as though we are to have ti oe ami for f ale at Lowest JrU-n- by ond spiing this year The fruit trees and G B MAC KLIN All peisons having fjlaitns againL the flowers are all beginning to bloom again mtateof V B Pcrrv deceased are veiHoat A lady in South Frankfort has a snowdmll oil to present them within the next twenty bush that is as full of blooms now as last House Sign and Ornamental Painters spring WIMTJOSIDIS Administrator Papi Hanging 1 Phi in and A whom a speciality Col Wood Merry weather Mr Siir Lnsoher is digging another everybody in Scranton Pa knows writes Orders lea at Averilln dru store will he promptly I had long suflered from a de Hltuiiilcd tu April 16 tt large cellar at hin Capital Brewery and will and says rangement of the bladder and kidncs it enlarge the Brewery building by extending had made my general health very poor it over the new cellar The large increase alfo was troubled with severe indigestion pills gave me only temporary relief ami in his business neeest itates the addition experienced great anxiety of mind as well A us physical distress friend recom Prof Marco the ventriloquist mesmer- mended Browns Iron Bitters i have used Wills el lilt the Vt rj mwc s ft u r ist piaidst and vocalist will give an enter it with tno t gratifying results and just now tainment at Major Opera House this after my health never was better and I feel that is permanent noon at which he will give away a number the cure rn 5r p33 n i v of presents and everyone will receive a 1 vr n M a m rii if LOCAL NOTICES package of candy m 1 b m ml j y faP H 3i B Water Proofs The grand juiy of Wood Tout comity inA full assortment for ladies and Misses dicted Frank Steele for murder in the first at the lowest prices at Will b in delivering ico M ty If 0 IsSl W II WAGGEXERS degree for the killing of W 0 Welch J L lu cp t lie Purest Ico constantly on hand at his redidiiiep een M01 an I ur Cpf Joins His case was called in the circuit court No cigar in town can beat the Capitol corner tf Loh m flntou f Wednesday and continued until the April she is a darling Glass pitcher six goblets and a chronio term and he was sent to jail without bail -- for one dollar at LOGA N MoKEES Messrs Davison it Williams of Lexington For tlie accommodation of our ctistomer have rented the store room of Mr V Kal ind the public generally our house will In tenbrun next to the Poat ollice and have kept open on Saturday nights Irom this GREAT BARGAINS in it opened a plumbers establishment W 11 WAGGENER J L Having pwcha ftl the cntirt toek of There is no reason why these gentlemen The principal dealers all sell the cele Â¬ should not do a good binmess in this city brated Captain Jinks cigar READY MADE CLOTHING and we wish them success We have a full stock of Zephyr German Of Mrs Mary Jaeihy at town Saxonv ami Common stocking varus FIFTY CJ iNTS THK D0LLA1I Maj J Alex Grant has rented of Gen verv cheap I will sell at the smiie price I nl o oflfor my A W Dudley half of the double house on GRIFFIN BROS entire stek of Dy Gio Is rami hinj ol D Broadway formerly owned by Col Hosiery proportiotiiitoly hw utf Howard Smith and has removed to it We have a splendid stock of ladies M Stephens has rented the house misses and gentlemens hosiery from It Mr in South Frankfort vacated by Maj Grant cents a pair up J L A W II WAGGENER AT 25 CENTS A PIECE known as the Orphans Home and will Have you smoked the celebrated Captain II DAVIS move in shortlv Mm Uj ir V St n iir Jinks cigar Anfitf A full line of Fall and Winter goods The McCreary G nurds thirty strong un It There will be iStindnyuliuul tit the Hello Puiiilxtiuol lmtiHu to morrow moriti 1145 it U ouluck All iiro invited to attend Drop ih and poo the new plumber Messrs Davidson k Williams next door to the Pot otlie COAL A COAL SON EGBERT Â¬ 1 1 W J U OHINBT Â¬ Â¬ ALL KINDS OF COAL PO -- CASH me3 ct I o P3Z GOj1 - Hi ID AAAMI fll UUUlU -- 1 800 V3STS R0W - Â¬ at low prices at 1 GRIFFIN BROS The Captain Jinks cigars are all the rage ry them Â¬ Dress Goods We have the handsomest and cheaj est stock of Diess Goods in Frankfort J L A W II WAGGENER The Captain Jinks cigar is pronounced by competent judges to be the very best Sixty feet of shelving with Foi Sam drawers suitable foranv business is olleud for sale cheap Apply to SOL II A KRIS Towels Napkins and Table Linnen very low at GRIFFIN BROS Corsets J Corsets Try our fifty cent corsets They are the but goods in Frauklort for the monev clothing 1 a certain cure for all diseases requiring a complete tonic especially Indigestion Dyspepsia Inter mittent Fevers Want of Appetite BROWNS IRON BITTERS aro Â¬ Wanted L tc W II WAGGENER A large lot of second hand for which the highest cash will be paid by Sam Lhiiris price 11 A IN li X O IIX MET tsyS- JONES BROS Mamitacturcrsof nil MtTMtQ vvAjrmj Proprielors kinds of New Work for Flour Mills Distilleries Saw Mills STEAM GAUGES BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS C removing all dyspeptic symptoms such as tasting the food Belching Heat in tho Stomach Heartburn etc Tho only Iron Preparation that will not blacken tho teeth or give headache Sold by all Drug gists at 100 a bottle Â¬ Loss of Strength Lack of Energy etc Enriches the blood strength- Â¬ ens tho muscles and gives now life to tho nerves Acts like a charm on tho digestive oxgaus JGtayVonlnieU for New North Side Frankfort Ky Workinaiy April part iC of the State One door wet of corner Ann and Broadway streets See that all Iron Hitter axe nmJe by Huowk Chemical Co and hare erosieU red Unci Mid trajtf mark ou BROWN CHEMICAL CO Baltimore Mil BEWARE OF IMITATIONS wracr tf ngCfcfcwUfcJ ihrilfci lhlIUIT Wrtlimil tawwittwiMi ZBi HOUflDABOUT Tlioro will In pricluiijr t the Krnnfclin Prosbytoriim CliuiVli to night at 7 oclock tn iiiorrow morning at J 1 oclock mid touuirrow iiilt Ml 7 by Hov Bi n - Helm onioeliliil constitutions dyspepsia nervousness anil cmed by Browns lion uenerarweiikne Hitters sniVeriiii Exliiuti iitnl IVoin A Good Move At a meeting of the Wholesale ami He til Liquor Dealers Union of Frankfort Kv hM Weilnesday evening Oct 12th 1881 at their rooth in the Sower Building hc following resolutions were read and adopted Unsolved That we earueMh requefct all saloon keepers doing businew in this city lo keep their places of business strictly dosed on Sundays and that they refuse to nell or irivu liquor to anyone on that ilav 2 That the same be published in the Dispatch Yeoman and Koujciiuut D L IIALY Ptcs E I j Mkaohkk Secy Alton Poaches and tomatoes are scarce A second crop of lettuce has appeared Miss Lulic Stephens of Frmiktbrt is visiting in the village Miss Beltie McAfee Eldarado took in the hop Thursday night Prof Marco gave an exhibition at Cat An album foi lett Hall ThursJay night prtsented to Miss the prettiest lady was Lulie Stephens Mr John Roberts and MUs Marv Ne wore married at the Christian Church Wed Mesduv niaht Elder Geo Shields uei forming the ceremony The pleasure and entertainment ofwe nt tlic nop i nursuny mgm wnll f lowers w frulv increased bv the sweet voices of Misses Emma Wilson and Maggie aome Tracv und Mr Jas Tracy in song other ladies whose names we did not learn also participated in the music Quite a little stir was created in Alton Thursdnv occassioned by the marriage of Mr Will Ragan of Alton and Miss NanieSnnders of Saivisa which occumd at the latter place at 3 oclock Some eight or ten couples went up from here to witness the ceremony Thehappy couple returned at night when a reception was given to a few invited guests at the residence of the groom after which a grand hop at the Catlett House was given by the young men of A The a flair was very rechercho in every ton detail and was greatly enjoved by all who A number of ladies and gen paiticipated from a distance attended the hop tlemen Â¬ Mr D D Parker wife ami sonChir of Purington have been visiting riends in this vicinity this week Mm Fit unit Annravc and Mrs Maria Rump who have been visiting friends in Louisville have rettirnul home B B fik E8 Colic Crockett and Andy Read are the ti - j lirw hunters doe and Billie arc also verv y cj kV jvW y Jr Bft IPi l tS r T31 Efeg gfeNSM n ukitfsm Y y i fond of the sport but Set and Mag do the fc iSr U bossing Mr John Cavanaiiuh a deaf mute gave a pantomime entertainment at this place hose who at hst ednesday evening tended it were much pleased Mr George Hawkins and family ol Woodford county passed through this place this week en route for Indiana where they expect to reside in future The protracted meeting at the Christian conducted by Elder Howard Church Wilson of Winchester during Uie two weelrs ending October 7th resulted in twenty addi ionti The primary election last Saturday for The county otlicers passed off quietly Everything hah been carried out friends of the successful candidates cele- Is now in full blast and must be seen to be appreciated brated the event by firing an anvil for neveral to the letter as hcictoforc advertised A grand opportunity is offered to our citizens for pur chf ing the best made goods at the lowest prices Ladies arc invited to call and examine ou hours Saturday night The balloon sent up last Monday by Mc srs Harris A Herrmann at Frankfort af er having spent its force fell in a field ot M A Julian s and created quite a sensa Replete with Choice Selections of tion especially among the children and colored population cncc TO THE PUBLIC rm U I ONE PRICE -- Dry Goods Clothing ft Sh oe House Mi I MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Hats SCOVHKDYKK Bonnets Etc Etc Good Advice From a Leading Medical Professor We have also on hand a Large Stock of Keep some The learned doctor says kind of n tonic medicine always in tin house and if anyone feels unwell make But first be sure that it is free ue of it Call and avoid the crowd Which for Beauty and Durability cannot be surpassed Put both harmless as well as meritorious no trust in alcoholic preparations their use will lead to intemperance neither be partial o any remedy that produces a severe cathartic effect for prostration of the nervou svstem and digestive organs is sure to fol Propilctors Arcade One Price Dry Goods and Clothing House low The mildest and best medicine over invented for strengthening every part of the NEW PLANINO MILL body and restoring impaired or lost organic condition and functions to their normal Offers his professional scrvics to the citizens of one which is having an unparalleled and Frankfort and vicinity Ofiico in Capital Hotel rapidly increasing sale in the Eastern 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cures arc possible For sale by all druggists Â¬ Bridgeport Sorghum making next Mrs Sallie Gaines is quite ill Mrs Julia Bailey has been quite ill Master Davie Sparrow has been quite ill Born To Mr Richard Armstrong and wife a son No preparation has ever performed such TA17 I villi HIS IJjI Are Without Question tho Finest and Best Oooking Stoves In tho World- WARRANTS I havo on hand a full lino of Dr Geo Chiun who has been quite ill is able to be out again Uncle Tommie llodgers and family have moved to Shelby county Little Daisey and Mervin Parront have been quite ill with dyphtheria Mr William Wilson and wife of Alton visited friends in this section last week Mrs Gad Davis of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs J IIuhqII Haw kins Little Miss Emma Russell who has been visiting relatives in Eminence has returned home Ground Black Pepper and Cider Vinegar AS ALSO A HEATING West STOVES Base Among which is tho celebrated Point Burner FULL LINE OF The Finest Hard Coal IJase Burner In the World Â¬ GROUND SPICES iHeadligltt Coal Oil JOB WORK And Guurnnteo Satisfnctiou Oct l I I mikc n Bjieoinlty of all kinds of Givo mo a call 15 test ly JOHN T BUCKLEY