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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 L 24 ji tfJL u Ike HOME A LEWIS Library of WlLLARD ROUSE JnISOK Fjunkfokt Kentucky Weekly FRANKFORT KY OCTOBER 29 Nows the time to gather autumn Jeavea One case of pink eye i3 reported in this A undabout PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY NUMDKR 5 Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 1881 Volume v The Capitol Cigar cigar in Frank fort ia the best five cent In Memory of Miss Jennie P Bull Dr W II Hall is rebuilding hie stafile citv which was destroyed by ire last week No ciunr in town can beat the Capitol is Paid the death ratc in this city din- Bhe is a darling It o ing the present month has been one a day The following persons were elected -- A new pump has been placed in the well ofiicersof Capital Lodge No 200 I 0 of on Broadway in front of the State Capitol G T at their last regular meeting for the ensuing three months o The trial of Theodore Davis for the mur Robt B Franklin W C T der of Clint Montague will be called in the Miss A M Featherston W V T Monday Circuit Court J P Wnyts W S J B Utterbaek W F S There arc three or four cases of typhoid part of South Frankfort Miss Susie Mayhall W T Â¬ o called meeting of the Board of School Trustees was held Friday afternoon at which F Slioirnlfcr all of the Board were present with E White Offers services sides President in the chair The ob- snlos his Franklin in this enwnoity nnd will mnUo in nnd ndjoining counties on ject of the meeting was stated to be for the reasonable terms All orders loft at this officii purpose of talcing action with regard to the will receive his prompt attention Oct 8 5t death offMiss Jennie P Bull when on motion it was oidered that a memorial page be set apart to her memory in the re cord book of the Board and that the following be inscribed upon it as a testimon- Â¬ ial of th high regard in which slre was field by tjic Board Successor to J C ELltOD Public Auctioneer tM7 Â¬ Â¬ Capita asiery Â¬ fever in that Miss jennie 18oJ p known as the Uarracks neighborhood John Jury W M iiohn DKq 2S DIKD OCT bull 10 Removed to No 139 Main Street over Crutchcr -- 18SJ It strikes us that Frankfort is in a good condition to receive smnll pox just now and if it should come it will stay all winter Only Miss Cassie Prcirtiss W D M Miss Laura Morris W I G Jas Brown W 0 G II G Mat tern P W C T one member of the McCreary A party living in Bridgeport in writing Guards failed to carry hi knapsack over to a friend in this city says that when the the hill at Means Tunnel going and com- balloon sent up by Messrs Harris Herr ing vicinmann on their opening day fell in that is ity some meuMvho were plowing left their The armory of the McCreary Guard heavily draped in mourning for Mit3 Annie horses standing in the field and ran to the Â¬ Â¬ o 1 Bull who was an honorary member of the house saying judgment day was coining Otherswho were too far from home to reach company there quickly fell on their knees and began The new fire cistern at the intersection of praying for dear life and one man who ltKriiyp flbTaml Third stTeeta S5utliFritiTlfort was valkingmi crutches thrtTwlhen a way is about completed and it only remains to ran all the way home and has not been turn in the water hme since A colored preacher when he c Mr Dennis Griffin liis purchased the saw it coming down exclaimed to a friend Oli sister here is a paper bag coming giocerv of Mrs Ryan on Main street next down from heaven with smoke in it to Alleys stable and will continue the busi ness at that point The representatives of Capital Lodge Aitorney-at-La- w No 0 returned Thursday evening from the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Louisville and report a very inter A great deal of important esting session Will practice in tho courts of F anklin and tho was transacted and the following adjoining counties and will also fivc special Mr W S Saliell has been appointed business lttentiun to the purchase and jalo of real estate elected for the ensuing agent of the Presbyterian Mutual Assur rand officers weic collection of rents claims and tho negotiation Otfiuo opposite Court House of loans ance Fund in this city in place ol Mr Rus year W II Holt Mt Sterling M Grand June 2 ly w ho has removed to St Louis sell Sliced Master passenger train for The 820 oclock Wm Reinecke Louisville R W Deputy Louisville Saturday morning ran over a Grand Master mule near Xorth Benson cutting its body J Frank Grant Petersburg R WGrand DEALER INSAILE AND FANCY Fortunately the train was not Warden into halves Wm White Louisville It W Grand thrown fiom the track however Secretary The Dispatch announced Monday afterNOTIONS CROCKERY BUSSIUBE Geo W Morris Louisville R W Grand noon that there had been a railroad acciTreasurer I cordially invite you to call and examine my dent at A mals Station and on Tuesda Win W Morris Louisville Grand Rep New and Fresh Stock of Goods in Yarnalton that it was at Zarnalton It is claimed that Lock anil Dam No I MAIN STREET resentative FRANKFORT KY the word you wanted to get hold o boys Rev Jas M Lewis Frankfort W will be reaily lor navigation by the first of epl tf mark it down Decern her Grand Chaplain o morning a false alarm of fire Monday Winchester was selected as the place of H AVERILL Mr Uiohnrd Ferguson of the Capital was sounded and as everyone thought the meeting of the next Grand Lodiie City Machine Works in this city pur Â¬ Opposite Post Offlce Frankfort Ky fire was on the South Side the steam Mr Samuel McKcnie Cumberland Md chased on Monday tho iron foundry for Â¬ engine witit dashing over the bridge with Music Musical Goods writes am li8 years of age About In passing over a spark was years ago I began 10 go into decline I four merly owned by his father on Fourteenth fires lighted suf The UUGEST dropped fiom the engine which ignited fered from dvsnensia stone in the bladder and Lexington streets Louisville BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY- some trash tinder the floor of the bridge weak lungs anil general nervous debilitv foundry will be run in conjunction with Ji r airin f lor riiii o Violin Violincel lillliir lw Afna ru nnl VJI tJl-- II I VI and caused a second alarm to be sounded Nntliin -I trii1 Mil mi iiiiv 11 w niiil I HIV IUUIIMIV tvnla nl AVWkJIO Inn n im A full iiiiu in Institution Hooks nl- 1J1MIJU 1I used Hrowns Iron Hitters tins JcinelvMocv- in this place and our citizens can ways on hand Orders for Sheot music solicited No damage was done about an hour after has made une again robust and strong muj Mu8 y where promptly obtained lub8 to the bridge as a plank was torn up and I feel all the lire and activity of youth onco now i Mippnut witn castings at the lowest Now Mu3lc rocoiTCll PllbluUor VrkoSt monthly prices the flames easily extinguished more in my veins Mr Zich T Thomas son sold a few days since to Mr Thos Rodnan jr the fine grey mare which lie purchased of Col S 1 M Major or two hundred dollars Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ She entered the Public School when but a mere child and such was her desire for books ancj a knowledge of their contents that she soon became one ol the best and most advanced scholars in the school In the year of 1877 June loth she grad uated in the Higher and Training Depait meat with the highest lionois July 30 IS 77 she wrt3 eelected one of the teachers of the school and was selected to teach the 7th grade Time soon developed the fact that Her she harlot mistaken her prolession power of imparting knowledge to others was most wonderful and her manners and kind ness of heart won readily the confidence ol tier pupils who loved her with that purity of affection so natural to childhood As a daughter she was loving kind and afleetionate the wish of her parents was law to her and if possible she would cheer lully comply with it never giving them a sorrow or pang always ready and willing to add to their coniiort and hapiness As a christian tier beautiful lite was an exemplification ot its givat influence and her cheerful disposition and inclination to make others happy was a predominant tea lure in her lovely character She was per lectly devoted to her Christian duties never once faltering in the discharge ot them her laith in her Savior was never shaken and on her dying bed her confidence in Him was as strong as it was in the prime ol health Her parents have lost a loving dutiful and obedient child the Public School ol Fran klort has lost one of its beat and most devoted teachers one whose place it will be hard to till ami whose memory will ever be cherished by those whoe privilege it has been to come under her benign influ ence the church has lost a devoted mem ber whose absence will be sadly felt and whose influence for good will be sadl missed Iricnds have lost a youthful com panion who will mourn her as one who cannot come back to them but whom they may join through the intercession of her pure and noble spirit Â¬ Stnrks WHITE HALL if1 ir - nsr Â¬ SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED in the way of fino pictures of ull styles nnd de- Â¬ scriptions Why will tho people of Frnnkfort send to the city for work when they can br ac Â¬ commodated at home Oct25 tf k if1 or Clothing House t kzst TJaATN KJTOXST MACHINE JONES BROS WORKS Proprietors Manutacturersof all kinds of New Work for Flour Mills Distilleries Saw Mills STEAM GAUGES B3ASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS SC -- JGSTContraets of the State for New Work in - aiy part One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets North Side Frankfort Ky April 16 tf WM CROMWELL Â¬ Â¬ W S DEHONEY Â¬ DRY GOODS i Â¬ W 1 and mln I 1Um V - 4 r jgjytt i ii i im i i -- iwiMiiiwiiwijiiirWH One copy siT months One copy three months Five copice three months Mr Thos Tanner jr died at his fathers residence in South Frankfort Tuesday morti Entered at the post office nt FriinUfort Kentucky ing at 5 oclock after a lingering illness of in second cliisa malhiMo mutter more than a year in the 2 lih year of his Wc defire to call attention of the citizens of Frankfort to the fact that we have opened n Tom was a good printer a good boy age branch house on Main street ndjoining the Post Office GEORGE A LEWIS We lender had been a gieat Millerer and aaacl IFtUblisIica our sympathy to his bereaved family EJesLitsr The funeral took place Wednesday after rnAXKioiiT tciciiut 2 issi noon from the family residence Rev Dr Proprietors Kentucky Copper Works and Iron Foundry Go 62 64 66 and 6S Went Shor C Miller ofliciating and the employes street Lexington Kentucky Also dealers in Pluinbeis Gas and Steam Fitters Distillery TKIU1S An elegant line of of the Yeoman otlice ol whose number he and Mill Supplies 24 Fast Short street Lexington One copy onnycnr t was until stricken with disease attended in WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT A T T BNTION Â¬ DAYIDEOM WILLIAMS LOU a body Chandeliers Gas ana Oil Fixtures Pumps Hose Belting Death of Miss Annie T Bull Tlienngel of lentlingninim nilelilie house hold of Mr S C Bull on Moiulny nnd snatched away from the embrace of Iovinr ones Miss Annie T the second daughter of these doubly aillictcd parents She was taken sicU ti few days after her sister Jennie and in u little less than two wcka she was laid beside her in the city of the dead Just budding into a beautiful womanhood of ajoous liappy disposition the favorite of all who knew her and greatly beloved by parents and relatives she has been gath In ered to the arms of a loving Savior Provthis second bereavement the hand of idence has indeed been laid heavily upon these stricken parents and words are inad equate to express the deep sympathy that is universally felt for them in this commu- Â¬ nity but it has been truly said whom the and the Chris Lord loveth he chasteneth tians faith will enable them to say the Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away blessed be the name of the Lord The funeral took place Tuesday after Â¬ noon from the PresbUerian Church and the house was crowded with sympathizing There was no regu Irionds of the family lar funeral discourse Rev J W Pugh only making a few earnest remarks and then the remains were borne to their last resting place in our beautiful cemetery The following young gentleman acted as pall bearers Thos Hodman Dudley Wat V ton Ki auk Rodman V P Hudson C Ilerndon Thos L DeLime George L Payne and E T Quin o Our friend J J Hampton Eiq has been je appoiuted V S Internal Revenue Store keeper for this district Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Personal xieioilt ezs a -- 0x5 fiSjCineinnali and Louisville Prices guaianteed Mr Jos LeCompte is quite ill with fever Sanitary Plumbing and Water Supply a speciality of Lexington Rev C V Miller D D Competent Plumbers Gas and Steam Fitters Copper Smiths ahd Machinists ftirninhcd any was in the city Wednesday hour day or night Miss Bettie Stewart lett for Louisville Tuesday morning to visit friends Miss Ruth Merchant who has been quite siek with malarial fever is a great deal better Miss Allie Todd left for Louisville Tues Â¬ day morning to visit her sister Mrs Arthur Â¬ ebass goods FA La La Mi ADEM V j Principal SOUTH FRANKFORT KY MRS A L FRANKLIN I325 BSigD N EaTtotti Peter C P Â¬ Mnnconrt left Thursday morn- 1881 Mr ing for Nashville Tennessee where he will reside in future Mr Ileadlev Boyd is very ill at his lathers residence in South Fiankibrt with typhoid lever Mr J C Coleman left for Louisville this morning where he will spend the v inter with his eon Hon Lynn Boyd and wife returned Ved nesday morning from a visit to relatives in Paducah and Murray Mrs R R Cable and children of Rock Island Illinois have been visiting relatives in this city this week Miss Belle Giltner and Mrs Geo A Lewis returned Monday Jioin a visit to friends in Louisville Mr Harry M Buckley of the Andeisou News wiic in the city Thursday and drop ped in on us lor a few moments Miss Mollie Coleman of this county who has been visiting friends in Eminence returned home Monthly afternoon Mr L B Marshall and wife went to Pleasureville Wednesday morning to attend the wedding of a cousin of Mrs M Mr AlbirlH Cruteher has accepted the position of book keeper for Messrs R N Archer k Co at their mill above the city Â¬ Â¬ The Session of 1881 82 will bogin on the first Monday in September For further information address nvrn 20000 Pairs Elegant Suspenders 10000 Fine Black 15 20 25 Cts Â¬ Fancy Scarfs 25 35 50 Cts 100 125 10000 Fine Fur Hats 150 VISIT ITS AT OTOE -- Â¬ T Any person wishing to rent a front room on the second iloor of the Murray building -- nimble for an office or sleeping apartment I Davis should call on Mr Seventy six convicts left this city Thurs day morning under guard to work on the Kentucky Central Railroad extension They were taken to Winchester and from there to Madison county An infant daughter of Mr Chas ILadley nnd wife died at the old Blakemoie resi The re dence in this county Wednesday mains were taken to Niehohirville Thursday morning for interment Â¬ Â¬ man by the name of Rlackwell was placed in jail a day or two since charged with stealing a watch and just after getting in Ford who is awaiting trial for Mealing grain from W A Gaines A Co naked him Its just about time to what time it was ow rye replied Blackwell and Foul had ville by Miss Taylor nothing more to say A -- Mrs L B Kohnle who has been visiting friends here for several months leaves this morning for her future home in Lima Ohio Mr Sidney Bush is at his old position in S the South Side drug store having been sent lor on account of the illness of Mr Jos LeCompte Mr John J Hampton and wife of Lexington have been on a visit to Ids sister Mrs Dr Win Morris of this county for several days Mr Willoughby Rodman came up Tues day morning to attend the funeral of Miss Annie BulJ and returned to Louisville Wed nesday morning Dr J J Finch brother of Mrs Lettie Jett of this county who has been residing in Texas since 1847 has returned to this countv to reside Rev J M Lewis Prof E A Fullmer Messrs W S Dehoney and J R Williams have been representing Capital Lodge No 0 in the Giaml Lodge ol Odd Fellows at Louisville this week Miss Mary Rieves of Henderson who has been visiting Miss Marv Belle Taylor for several weeks returned Iiome Wednes day She was accompanied as fur as LouisÂ¬ CRUTCHER Sept 17 3111 STARKS Rur M BA PS I ih Doll Saint Glair Street FRANKFOET KY DEALERS Â¬ IN Â¬ BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS SZjuSiTK BOOHS SfXrZ303TE3 TRUNKS VALTSES UMBRELLAS C 0 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF Â¬ Â¬ NICE FALL HATS s irf4mestivnmmiwrmfvjmtWJktr Already the voice ol President Garfield in said to have bto i heard coming to us Miss Kiohmond is from the spirit laid FRANKFORT UCTOIlEtt 20 ISSl the messenger and Chicago the congenial UHGES1 JIBBBUTIM If GUI flIO GOIIflTL spot Vennor has predicted that the coming TO TRAVELERS winter will be mild ami open for which we should feel veiv gratelul to him in view ol On nnl niter July the 17th 1S8I trains on tlio L 0 fc b it II will run dally Sunilnyji the fact that the price of coal is at the top mtiJmmm miJi mm jdmmummmumiimfmSMttimfrs -- WBEKLY UOUNMBOUT i kill Mr Adolphui Dilger uas engaged ing rats with a stick last Sundav and ttliilti Ittitii liien iiMtiliiii ft nlin tft lilfllfii his appearance at the mouth of the hole he i i i i dropped on to sleep and a nu came out nnu began gnawing on his fool inlliciing a wound from which his foot swelled so that it - with dillicultv he can walk at all in A OjO XjL JLJ v f - ffl A JU j Jf r COAL X i rr3 e A LL KINDS - ti ml for na lout Lowest G Ji iV HAND by Jri MACK LIN EGBERT Jleaf SON will be promptly April to ti House Sign and Ornamental Painters Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging A JIOICN 1 excepted No as follows notch II 0 15 No No Frankfurt Vcoomn arrives Western Kxpress nrrivos cast licvington Hpro nrrivc 1KVJN8 In Wood lord county on Titos tiny October a specinlil J Mustin and Wio a daughter 18ihto Mr Aid K Jordan Scott colored was tried in the pm OsSO n in circuit court Thumlny for stealing clothing 810 p tit and diamond shiit studs from Dr T L 10 SlANIOV Orders left at nttemieil tn vrllls drug stare ST xj i is n night son of otpho The examination ol applicants for the va forCincinniti at Ii tyring titnl No 15 umhosclosn cant places in the corps ol ttacheis in the W II Itowlatnl oonnocMon at tin 3 mho place with trains from this The iibnu niinouneciiictit will enrty n ang of Public School has been in proj-re-Cincinnati for Frankfort The appointments will doubtless be borrow to ninny hreatt week Of a blight ami cheerB P ISRYAN Aimi ftil dispositrn hc wt tlir life of the family made to da v circle Hospitable and kitil lcr door was cvw The weather this week lias been delight iuce the It is but one mouth yeeteiday open nmi lcr welcome ever warm and gonial t lul wood work on Judge Cradilocks new house all who tame Kit t ly in life she united with tin Mihodit The small boy with walnut Slain on hi was begun and now it is nearly completed Q tick work Munch and from that lime was aniarne t and ready for the painters hands is becoming numerous and ztalon Christ inn provirg by her tin il for contractor firaham walk and convi rntion that her life wns hid There will be a wedding in Belle Point Revenue with Chtiet in God Wiltiiore U S Mr V about the middle of November Agent has been around this week looking lo tliegiie stricken litis bund brothers nnd Uncle Charley Shea is the bo s grate after the Storekeepers and Gaugirs We ister left behind we but pcak the voice of thi lo k up did tot leniu whether he caught any oi rthole in ighborhooil when wo say He alwavs jnves satisfaction Setter vard to Gid and kiss while it Miiitcs you the them napping or not diastening rd rumeinbeiing that she lns but o Mrs Ann M Ku stll has sold her lot on It was expected that the laying of the just gene before nniy from the trouble aid sor Kentucky Avenue Helle Point to Mr Ja- fitful fever sho sleeps r w of life after its rough timber on the daut at Lock No Mooie well would be completed to diy This is the She leaves one child a bright loy of thtce Mr C C Furr wjis called to Versa Hie dam that it was fen ted wuiild not be com aiabl-lo-Thursday by the death of his Hater Mr- pleted but Hugh Aivs has nulled hings yi ars of ge too young to rtalzo his itrei Edwards livelv since he ha been in charge IKr funeral was prenched by Ilev Mr lenrco St Ver uilles on Sunday mirning Ian nftei The moon now lights the South tfider Mts Laudon S Coleman has received oi home at night provided he dont otnv out from the Koyai Templar of Temperance which the rem un wore taken to Nicholisville for int tiueiit too late IJ one thousand dollars on account of the total disability of her hiitdtand being one The new sidewalk at the south end of the LOCAL NOTICES hall of the amount of insurance he had bridge has at last been laid or at least it Three or four rooms on t In upon his lite in that organization Foil Runt part of it conur ol Htoadway and Washington Appl MUs Edith S Harlan daughter of Ju streets suitable lor it small family The tiial of John Finn for the murder of licc John M Harlan was married at lo Sam Harris at his warehouse near tin Thos Biidgelord was begun yesterday Washington Citv on Tuesday evening to Baptist Chinch Gla s pitcher six goblets and a chroino morning in the circuit court Mr Fiank Siuims Child The ceremony LOGAN McKEES for one doll ir at was performed at the New York Avenue We have a full stock of Zephyr German Mr Chariot-- R Gresham has opened a Rev Mr Paxton lown Saxony and Common slocking yam Shelby and Presbvterian Church family giocery on the corner of oliiciatinir verv cheap Second street South Fiankfort GRIFFIN BROS a Capt R S Cheves Grand Worthy Coun Winter ood A full line of Fall and Gen M L Clark died at his residence selor of the Independent Order of Good nt low prices at in South Frankfort Thursday night after Templars will deliver a lecture upon the GRIFFIN BROS a lingering iIIuoms of several months subject of temperance at Alton to moirow Sixty feet of shelving vsiti Fon Stioafternoon at oclock Our Alton and drawers suitable for any business is otierei Everybody is using Browns Iron Bitters Apply to SOL HARRIS and everybody is astonished at its many Farmdale readers should bear it in mind and for sale cheaj marvelous cures where all others have be on hand to hear him Towels Naplcins and fable Ltnnen ver low at failed GRIFFIN BROS Y The Syracuse X Courier says he time in which the game law prohibiA lartze lot of second hand Wanted the three Presidents who entered oflice on t- the killing of pntridges having expired clothinj lor which the highest cash prici These three dates viz March hit IS 11 will be paid by Sam Harris the war on them is being pushed vigorMarch 1th SO and March hh 1SS1 died ously by the spoittineu in ollice two of them violent deaths The SIDNEY FRENCH Rolla Kyau has been giving his readings superstitious will beware of the Presidency before good audiences in the country towns March 4lh 1101 the next double decade 0 in thi- - section of the State and he has Considerabhi excitement on the river never ailed to deliyht hiJ hearers KY bank was occasioned Wednesday afternoon Will practice in all the Cturts of FrunKlii He started to 0apt Jerry Lee having become tired ol by a horse in the river Oct 22 tf fattening other peoples hogs at his -- table swim from Lees stable acros- - to Lind eys and adjoining Counties has built a pen and placed the hogs that he whaif but upon reaching the othei side SALE FOE cannot diive away in it and he now luu on tumid the mud too deep for him to get out hand one sow and several pis and a while and turned and swam up the river some disshout nearly grown which the owners can tance finally coining out jiint below Alleys OATS COM BRAli SHIP STVtF An effort was made to get by calling for them and paving their stable on this side HAY and mixed feed of all kind board for the time he has had them penned catch him with a boat but he swam too If they are not called for in a short rapidly and on reaching the bank took to up liia heels and eluded his pursuers MILKS A 5ON time he will send them to the country Sept 213m Nos 12 TtlAINS WIST I Tjnxinijton Evprcs No arrives No 12 WcMtorn KxpriS arrivee No 1J Frankfort Acoinn leaves 812 a tn 250 p tit 000 a tn t and was sent to the penitentiary for Wth Favimtt Hkwitt infant h Jctt one year Â¬ Talor In this county on Thursday Judge October V YT Mfin o DKAtt util M ntiko losu connection v h trains At the residence tf her husband in Woodford county on Suiunluv Oct 22 18S1 tiuiUrinl lluN Mrs Suk M ItovtNM wife ol ALL KINDS OF COAL s FOR It nsi kini ti M orier Iei- - ii lit the ve y low pt - -- fEi u PHIL Iurtt r I I C 231 ico s yV Jrl I If I1 GrOIlT Miy hi C 1 1 Will b jlt d iv ri jeep1 th HH eonsrintly hunl I it hij - He ioct an a liifii stec- mi- tf -- rni7 1 p UU kl a A A GREAT Hiv 1 BARGAINS tie entirt by I u ha-dl tik 11 1 of 12 READY Of -- JIIADE CLOTH s - FII TV JIr Mary Ja CiXTS ON L0 TK DOLLAK off r my r will sftT ir the same prie titiro stock ol Irv tt jod etc projri ruittt y lw Lurn hing Hood AT 25 Att i C 00 VESTS CEIT3 1 t ir t -- Mi ir bwis I i I 1 t Â¬ - - -- o Â¬ 1 1 -- ATTORNEY AT LAW IHAJiKFORT BROWNS IRON BITTERS aro a certain enro for all diseases requiring a complete tonic especially Indigestion Dyspepsia Inter mittent Fevers Want of Appetite Loss of Strength Lack of Energy etc Enriches the blood strength ens the muscles and gives new 11 fo to the nerves Acts like a charm on the digestive organs removing all dyspeptic symptoms such as tasting the food Belching Heat in the Stomach Heartburn etc The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache Sold by all Drug gists at 100 a bottle Â¬ Â¬ M IEW BROWX CHEMICAIi CO Iron IlUtirra are SJ that U aus4ej reil Uno Co liaTo Baltimore Hid Oiisnicu aul iinl traJe mark en mailo by IUowk vrunr 3UWARE OF JMITATIONG tiujmmititMmmmmii IWNiMMWNMi WMW vwnwMHwrwiawimmmwrtuMumMiw twrmv A llord Sinclair has bought of J and Spencer Witrjiinloti the fitrm known iihIic Ilaidv arm lor 2100 curli Win Hall the man charged with complicity in the Montague murder ban given liinifcelf up to the otlicers of the law M hmmi WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Fhaxkiokt Ky KJilor Jioundahovl n iirtirlr In WeilnesilavH Dis Tli pro vh tlint tin ro uns a entile mid r lMtin puteli Iioji en on the collar ol Cioh mul Con wH trvil Smith Kiunlcloit ami the 1 ownul it lml heen notified to ti I want move tliim and had not tlone m man that llie to pmv to the pnhlie im was very initelt-- mis I wrote i lie inee li o not owned a cow taken fi Ah to tin lojrs there have liiii livii receiwd any notice moved them lclore exception nf two that wore in with the etmlti not move eiieh a condition that hem when 1 moved the others but have lie a ho paid that he wae Hiiee done so not phxHeian enough to tell whether they 1 dont eam edtiie nick ni there or not tell a cow think heas- if he could not dont think he could tell much In in a ho will also state that my nimii itwihiMiiP wife had the um fwer hut Sprtnj that is in town now and tiieie were no hos there at that time and if he will look at eter days Di patcli he will see what the doctors j ny is the cause -par-Mc-j 1 T TO TJrllE PUBLIC H iiwwiwif Oat 1 J SSI Â¬ K II Bridgeport Miss Bettie Koberts is visiting friend i at 1 tit 1 1 1 ville last week liod Hawkins Bagdad Mr T U Parrent of Alton is visiting friends here Pr Crutcher spent several days in Louis had urgent business in this neighborhood last Sunday Mr Thomas Fanner andf wife visited h iends in Shelbyville lust week Mrs Katie Htissell is spending several weeks in Louisville with friends is Miss Addie Crockett of Purington vWting relatives in this vicinitv Mrs Ceuada IvirU anil Misses ftauie 1 HAn w Mill a Shoe House Jiff uuuus Wr o IF1 nt ONE psaea 4 e M fi PSSte ySSK f HSi ySBfcia PR I C B I - 1 1 yyy W9 m fin il II 111 mm w Â¬ and Isabel Ivirk each have the chills Is now in full blast anil must he seen to be appreciated Everything has been carried out A grand opportunity is offered to our citizens for pur Mr Alex Julian sr who has been to to the letter as heretofore advertised Ladies are invited to call and examine our chasing the best made goods at the lowest prices Yorktowu returned home hist Saturday Scofield and her daughter Mrs Wilson Yours Trul v Mrs Mettie MeWilliams are in Louisville Wayts M I llShinn Esq who has been in Cincinnati for a week or two is expected home Replete with Choice Selections of A Leading Professor Speaking of to day Sensible People Mrs Mnrv Jenkins and Mrs Julia Baily the prominent Eastern medical visited Mrs Dr Williams at Frankfort last Dr S Kvery day sensible people week lecturer say- me complaining ol their health bec me to Little Daisey and Mcrvin Parrent lum The answers to my ining broken down We have also on hand a Large Stock of recovered from their recent attack of dyph 1 fcurmise na quiries alwas are what tures laws have been totally disregarded theria Egbert Mrs Puckett has gone to iMis consequently the blood the tream of life result of souri to visit her daughter Mrs Belle becomes contaminated and as a Call and avoid the crowd Which for Beauty and DuralSJity cannot he surpassed l hi blood poi oning I find dyspepsia and Puckett Mr G W Hall who is visiting his sis dif ordercd lunctioiis of the heart lungs liver and kidney accompanied by head Â¬ ters in Georgia will take in the Atlanta ache iieivou debility and other impaired Exposition organic portions often vergin ron partilvsis Mrs Rosa Jenkins who hits been visitIn order to keep the digotp e organs in ing her sister Mrs J S Roberts of Shelby proper health and strength I and mv county has returned home Proprietors Arcade One Price Dry Goods ami Clothing House friends in the profession have recommended D Vannatta and family who Mr I Hiowns iron Bitters they act so mildh hae been visiting friends in this section SEW PLAMNU MILL and uoilindv never leaving any unplcns have returned to their home in Shelby ant aftei eflects strengthening the organs county Ofiois his profi ssionnl services to the citizens of of digestion and permanently removing Franktoit ntil vicinity Otlice in Cnpitnl Hotel ffl is the roll of honor for the Following building next door to Western Union Telegraph every svmptom of ill health languor nni Bridgeport school for week ending October Iluviny reoontly added to liis IMnblishinent n i fiice Resilience room HJ Ciipitul Hotel No remedy in the East give debility T Wilson Fultz AnJl tf as Browns Iron Bit- 2Ut Charlie Russell Bettie such tfood satisfaction II Crockett First Class Planing 31111 can procure it for Reddish Lena Roberts Sallie ters and nil druggists Lou Crockett Davy Willie Parrent Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of Dont be persuaded to use a substi- Sparrow Ruth Mattie you Roberts Fielding Reddish n fl 111 remedy contains no alcohol and I I a1amU R a fillIHlllW a tute This fru A H li MAX fl T K n I1IIK JlI KIDINH I iMIrMUM prepaVntinii of Iron that does and Sailie Wilson is the only M I rJ f i mmh Col T B Ford County School Commis- Â¬ mm mm Sun not blacken the teeth sioner has decided to hold the Franklin ALSO County Teachers Institute in December Blmville Turning Scroll Work Stair Work A commencing on Monday lJlh 181 fiottcn out in the IJcst Stlc Mr Maxwell Wilson is visiting his uncle programme has been arranged suitable to May 15 tf occasion and n hearty cooperation of the Mr Geo Parker is erecting a fine resi all the teachers in the county is earnestly Mr C M Hall desired dence near Elmville SCOVKNDYKK The Best is the Cheapest Dr Pryor is Odd Hedrick is very sick his attending physician Various Causes The Kobards McCord law suit is creating Advancing years care sickness disap- Â¬ considerable excitement here pointment and hereditary predisposi Â¬ Aash Wilson of Stamping Ground Mr tion all operate to turn the hah gray and either of them inclines it to shed in our section buying cattle prematurely Aviits IIvik Vinoit will school gave an exMiss Emma Tarkers Are Without Question the Finest ami Best restore faded or gray light or red hair of this month hibition on the 2Sth deep black as may to a rich brown or Gookiug Stoves Iu the World The grading of the Cedar turnpike be desired It softens and cleanses the throughElmville has been completed scalp giving it a healthy action It WARRANTS HIS I havo on liainl a full lino of removes and cures dandrull and humors Miss Lizzie Ford Parker who is attend will visit By its use falling hair is checked and insr college at White Sulphur a new growth will be produced In all home shortly cases where the follicles arc not de- Â¬ Mr Meruit ho bought the Ilockersmith stroyed or the glands decayed Among which is tho celehrateil Its farm and it will he with sorrow we give up elfects arc beautifully shown on brushy such a good citizen West Point Base Burner weak or sickly hair on which a few There is a piotracted meeting in progress applications will produce the gloss and Thirty additions and considfreshness of youth Harmless and sure at Bethany The Finest Hard Coal Base Burnor in its results it is Incomparable as manifested erable interest AS ALSO A FUU LINIJ OF In the World a dressing and is especially valued datnes Meina sold James Bridges 130 for the soft lustre and richness of tone acres of land at 20 per acre possession to it imparts I rnihc n spcoinlty of all kinds of be given Uoth of December Aykus IImh Vifiou is colorless The iiiuiiv friends of Mr J K Hedrick contains neither oil nor dye and will s not soil or color white cambric jet desire him to run for ShcritT on the Inde And Oiuiranteo Satisfaction Givo mo a call lasts long on the hair and keeps but he declines it pendent ticket it fresh and vigorous imparting au Miss Bettie Williams who has been visJOHN T BUCKLEY perfume iting friends at Stamping Ground for agreeable Oct 1 ly Headlight Conl Oil Ito tesf Tor sale by all druggists ssveial weeks has returned home Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Hats Bonnets iRibfsotas Etc Etc Â¬ Â¬ -- CARPETS AID GIL CLOTHS Â¬ Â¬ 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