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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - iSKA8 isV j r j Si A JL 11X3 1 GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher Vrv ZSSv4C J 7 ioundabout PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY NUMDFR 8 19 DEVOTliD TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Volume v Head GriHin Brothers head of local notices local FRANKFORT KY under the NOVEMBER 1881 A 19000 Firo Frankfort has been visited biir Hie thin skim of ice formed Monday nijiht tlic first of the season A - to be able to state that he is doing verv well and it is hoped he will he all riirht in by SIDNEr FRENCH another a short time MA Messrs Day k llnfT have a hnnd ome new delivery wnjjon petty thieves are at work near Alton in Anderson county A nnmher of il 1 Much atmospheric disturbance is ore or to day by a New York weather 1 h Williams has erected a por tico at the side entrance of his grocery in South Frankfort f II K Dr II- A M Hendersons lecture on California at Major Opera House was ruther slimlv attended - The nohhiest lot of New Year cards ever brought to this city are now in this otlice Call and examine them We have jn t received a stock of heauti Drop in and fill New Year calling cards leave your order tor a package and thi time two lame inuifac taring establishments were swept awav About two oclock yesterday morning the M saw mill of Mr J a Wakefield wa diseoveied to be on fiic and in a verv few minutes the whole building was wrapped in flames The alarm was speedily given and the firemen were promptly on hand but the wind was blowing a perfect gale from the South and the water thrown had little or no effect in checking the Hamcs The engine was fir t placed at the cistern on the corner of Broad vay and Washing ton streets which it pumped out in about ten minutes and then had to be removed to the river The delay occasioned by the removal of course gave the fire a chance to gain headway and the firemen were never nole to oring it umler control although they worked faithfully ami hard as they alwavs do until after davli iit The lire driven by the wind peedily umed the saw mill of Mr Wakefield con and the planing mill of Mers Wakefield Choal adjoining and soon reached ovei Â¬ KY has purchased of Mr M II Snnfoid the Will practice in nil the Courts of Franklin Elkhorn Stock Farm near Lexington Oct 22 tf together with his stud of horses for which and adjoining Counties he paid one hundred and eighty thousand dollars cash By reference to the time table at the head of tiic first column of the third page it will be seen that considerable change has been made in the time of arrival and departure of the trains on the L C L Railroad The down train from Lexington arrives here in the morning a quarter of an hour earlier and the up train from Louisville nearly an hour later The down train in the afternoon does not reach here until the old time of a quarter after three and the up train does not arrive until ten minutes after six The accommodation train still leaves at six oclock in the morning but returning arrives here at twenty minutes after eight at night The accommodation and nfteruoontjtraiiis down connect with the Cincinnati train at LaGran re Â¬ Â¬ DanSwigert formerly of this ATTORNEY AT LAW city FIUNKFOKT Capital Art Gallery trctsa r r vi tr sAuai a nsMmvpnir jjjSjtjr kw Successor to J C HbROD Removed to No 1J Miin Street over Crutelicr A-- Storks WHITE HALL Clothing House S P KC I A L I N I UC M h N TS A R K 0 F P E R E I in the way of lint- pictures of nil stj lc mid descriptions Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be ac Â¬ commodated at home Oct2 tf - Â¬ TK A It JTO K T MACHINE WORKS f TV JONES BROS Proprietors consumption and a prematuie giavc lion ouicklv eased bv usinu Brown tors Exhaustive diseases that lead to insanity art Bit Mr Hiram Berry of this city was mar vied Tuesday to Mips Clint Cunninham of all Grant county at the residence of the hride The whole ol that end of town would near Williainstown have been desttoyed but fortunately mot The wires of the telephone exchange of the sparks were blown into the rier have been run into the resilience of Mr In Belle Point there was a continual Russell Hodman and the drug tore of Mr shower o sparks billing and the people over there had to lie continually on the Jos LeCompte this week alert to prevent their houses from taking Mr W P Hudson r has been appointed iiie The wind blowing in the direction it a Unitfd States Storekeeper and assigned did enabled the firemen and mill hands to to nhjht duty at Messrs Labrot A Gra save most of the lumber on the yards and hams distillerv in Woodfoid county only about 230000 teet were destroyed t Mr Wakefield losing about 30000 most When there are fifty subscribers to the which was in the planing mill dressed telephone the exchange will be kept open of and Messrs Hodman Sneed losiuy about all the time night and day There are 200000 in the planing mill ami in the now forty four subscribers and only six are --11 t tint tfllilififl llll v il u fl Iti ll1iinir liL of iiesMs Rodman A Sneed a hundred away The roar of the fire was lerrillict and the heal was so intense that it was with great dilliultv thai the firemen could tret near enough to throw water upon it at I i Manufacturers of all kinds of New Work for The rumor having reached T at people wore greatly stirred our here wa great danger of something peuing Col Davy put on h it shouldered his fuzee and nciri into town Monday morning He ollt i hi cervices to the Sheriff to sit down on anv ol the unruly folks about town but was told that heavy artillery could not be used to advantage so he retreated to a store on St Clair street and laid aside his weepin We had the pleasure of examining it a short time after and found it to be of the single barrel shot gun persuasion thirty two inches in length stock and all the barrel being just eighteen inche- - and the bore one halt inch We think it weighed about two pounds and as long as he totes such an engine of war his nickle is safe from the highwayman The Roundabouts announcement that John E Owens would appear in this city Flour Mills Distilleries Saw Mills STEAM GAUGES BRASS FITTINGS OF ALL KINUS C t of the Suite JKCon tracts for New Work iuarv part One door west of corner Ann and Uroadway streets North Side Frankfort Ky April 16 tf WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Will practice in the courts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and ale of real ettte collection of rents oliiins and tho negotiation of loans Oflieo opposite Court Home Juno 2u lv W S DEHONEY wanting Ripe chenies of the second crop have been grown on the farm of Mr William lonea in this county and in the orchards of several gentlemen living near Alton Anderson countv staclc Learn This By Heart My nerves will regain their vigor Mv brain will become more clear ami powerful My muscles be made Mtum My dpepMa and indigestion no longer trouble inc My beaus regular action restored My blood be made more pure My wealc lungs made more healthv and all the functions of my body rcMoicd to their normal condition and every -- y in plom of weakness nervousness and debility be removed if I used Browns Iron Bitters 9W Messis Hodman ivj Sneed lost about 0000 dollars with insurance amounting to 4000 on the mill and 3 1000 on the Mr Wakefields loss is about lumber 10000 with f4000 on the mill and iO0U on the lumber By this fire sixty hands are thrown out of employment but we are glad 10 say the mills will both be rebuilt in a short time AN VLCIMNT About six oclock yesterday morning while Col Titos Hodman was assisting the firemen to put out a -- tack ol lumber near the planing mill of Messrs Hodman A Sneed one of the walls ot that building fell and caught him under it cutting his head wvy badly and breaking one of his ribs It was feared for a time that he was fatally injuied internally but we are glad DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCV during the coining week is somewhat pre mature and Manager Dryden did not know of it until he saw the paper Mr Owens will be in the city some months later when he visits Louisville Dispatch NOTIONS GRDGXEHY A GLASSWARE The youth who engineers the Twilight Hugle should inform himself before he cordially invito you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods makes such rash statements Manager MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Dryden know that Mr Owens was comep tf ing here and it was upon his authority that the stitemeiit was made in this paper H A similar announcement was made in the Yeoman ami it was based upon a postal Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky card from the manager of the Lexington Musical Goods Opera House who proposed to play Mr J Music Owens in this city requesting that a notice LARGEST BEST ASSOHTMEHTIN THE CITY- be inserted If the young man of the Strings Violin Violineello Guitar Evening Dew Drop will endeavor to be as Banjo to forA Piano lino full of Induction Hooks alcorrect in all his statements as ihe Rouvtu- - ways on hand Orders for Sheet inusio solicited Music published anywhere promptly utitninoil hout is he may yet grow up to be a journ- ut Publishers Prioos New Music receired alist monthly DRY GOODS Â¬ W A7EEILL and Â¬ Â¬ HmMhmitM n iiifciiiiihfaiiiiiiiiMiSfeiiit yildfrrtiyiihifflHlmTlMEM tt ii rr i rmTi ftft mgiHi fc -- r 9 r v nnr - V tfhy 2S I SifciU J v V A t to i Vft jTwm I f J W 1 iff V WEEKLYfcROUND ABOUT Untorod yiicro will ncr r yottnke Thanksgiving djjjjv to yam J Mr v ffi - lf v 4 t I at the postVbfllco at Frnrikfort Kentucky n48iCondclus3nifiiliillo mutter Vl Turkeys nre beginning knees toeei wcakihitlie GEORGE A LEWIS ZEcLitor aaad 3 ubliclior 19 1881 The Capitol Cignr is the beat five cent cigatyh 1 rniiklbrt w We tic fire to call attention of the totthc fnctlliativc have onened n branch house on Nlain Street adjoining the rostOffiee ac t j citizens of Frankfort j r Ti irj - n77l vr r j fi X- - 1 - tBWL 7M - fi Hi -- FUANlvlOUT iKOVmptn TERMS y fHfrlr One copy onoyonr VOno copy six months Ono copy throe months Five copies three montiis t r U I Proprietor Kentucky Copper Works and Iron Foundry 6o 62 64 66 nud 68 West Sltor1 street Lexington Kentucky Abp dealeis in Plumbeis Gas and Steam Filters Distilltry No cigar in town can beat the Capitol and Mill Supplies An elegant due of 100 24 East Short street Lexington she is a darling 50 t Mr L of the week Tobiu began killingi hogs the first DAVIDSON 8c WILLIAMSX 2o Since thtv heavy iroats it is hoped the and whose places of 1118511083 nre in this CCincinnali and Louisville Prices guaranteed feer will disnfipear Sanitary Plumbing and Water Supply a speciality city It requires twenty United States Competent Plumbers Gas andSieain Fitters Copper Snuilis aluUMachiiiists furnished anV Great improvements in foine of the side Â¬ run and six Ouugenfyto Storekeeper1 A w hour day or night y walks of the city are being made these houies Of this number Franklin county furnishes but seven Storekeepers and Raisins citrons curiauts and dates at three Gangers Bautas -- mere nre nine tlistincricsin tnis murrr-- iuu coufiffy1 Dried apples pcais peaches and pi lines Chandeliers Gas ana Oil FuiLres Pumps htfse Belting UrV m J -- The highway robbery last week and the escape ol the perpetrators of it has been the principal topic of conversation on the It is now well settled that street comers Stephen L Scearce wlio was InedMVir the county murder ol Phil Lnmox in th several years agoacrjiiittedjindafterwards iieuto life penitentiary for forging the imm of Mr Jos Robinson to an order for olothing and a man known as jns Terry but who has several aliases and is also a former resilient within the walla of Castle Stone were the parties who did the robbing and afterwards shot Messrs Lee and Sleph ens Nothing Ifas been learned as to whnt became of Terry after the shooting but it has been since learned that Scearce directly after the difliculty with the officers iPvwito the residence of a relative in the eastern part of South Frankfort and told - Darsie preaches to young people to morrow night on the Reasonableness of All are inv ited Religion Mr U S B iJ23I5 WB1 Qtsv Mi -- 4 i t i There will be union Thanksgiving services at the Baptist Church in this city next Thursday morning at 11 oclock Sermon by Elder George Uarsie Let everybody attend Mr Richard Parker engineer at the Cotton Millsgot the forefinger of his left hand caught in the furnace door yesterday morning and had it so badly mashed that he is feaiful he will lose the first joint Â¬ 20000 Pairs Elegant Suspenders 10000 Fine Black 1 15 20 25 n Fancy Scarf25 35 50 Gts 100 125 Â¬ 10000 Fine Fnr Hats i 0flflivirhTJmTl KSSm jhad Itfpn Kmt iwripiiVrn Jnltrnmc of cards on Market street and that Personal Nieieared his partner had been killed fie Mr Jos LeCompte is out again after hie his pistol in his hand and hwore that recent illness Ire would not be taken alive by the police Mi Frank Sale of Louisville was in the if they came after him He was told he city this week could not stay there aiid left in a few inin Mr Jas X Miles who has been quite ill utes going to the house of a farmer on Pea is now improving Hidge several miles Irom the city where itl tllic filG AiSllimll fin m ai liisiftltni UL frfrTnvnft riMhMUMVWlJkviiijifv10 gu uvirUUtr i For a man that is shot in the shoulder and with a leg greatly swollen by another wound cearce can get around about as i i nveiy as any man we ever nenru or Trulyrij lA1 1 VISIT Ur r- -- UoS - AT ON OR v - te- - f UKU1UMEK Sept 17 3111 SPARKS ta in i iriiMnEWltttH Jjjfi mm s lj UUtiV x ft E3 SiaJ i ii tiy o -- V he remained until Saturday afternoon Mr Walker Stephens heaid of his wheie lie abouts and started out to arrett him not on bis track and finally came upon him lying in a fence corner a short disMr Stephens tance from llenon Station leveled his shot gun upon him ordering him to tlnow tip his hands but instead of doing that Scearce fired a bhot at Mr Stephens who attempted to return the lire but the gun would not go oil Scearce fired several times until Mr Stephen threw away his gun and drew his pistol when cearce ran into the builies followed by a pistol ball and disappeared night A party was organized Saturday the country that night and who scoured Sunday but failed to find him On Monday a reward of one bundled dollars each for the two men was offered by the Mayor and County Judge and men started out all Tues over the country to look for them fiom this city got on Scearceu day a party trail in Henry county followed it up for some distance finally got sight of him but he and fired one shot at him lmlprl lwin mill cleaned into the bushes They returned to this city bringing with them his shirt with bullet holes in it and istainsof blood upon it which they found MU alfotifce in Eminence where he had left it Â¬ Â¬ Mr Thos I from an attack of fever Mr D L Thornton of Versailles been in the city this week learn is slowly recovering Saint Glair Btrset has Mr Ed Stephens who has been very ill with fevei is impioving slowly Mr Marl Kershaw who has been ill with fever is able to be out again Mr Logan McKee returned Tuesday from a weeks visit to friends in Ohio Mr C II Fisk of Covington lias been attending the Joint of Appeals this week Prof S P Urowde was very ill Saturday and Sunday but is able to go about again Miss Allie Todd has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Arthur Peter in Louisville FEANZFOET IvY DEALERS IN BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS TRUNKS VALISES UMBRELLAS C 0 Â¬ WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF Mr and Mrs II C Sale of Louisville wilt spend Thanksgiving with relatives in this city Mrs W M Snfiell Miss Todd Safiell and Mrs Geoige Buhr visited Louisville Tuesday Mrs Agues II McCIure returned Mon day afternoon from a visit to relatives in Midway Miss Emma Ketner ofMudison Indiana is visiting Dr V A Kalteubuiu and Mr Louis Weisenbnrg in this city NICE FALL I HATS to Mr J K Iledrick of Elmville who ha- placed us under man v obligation lor hi- kimltie s was in the city Mond y and diop pod in on us for a few minute Col John Allen Crittenden mid wife re turned from Eureka Sprimr- - Arkansas Satuiday Mrs Crittendens iyvn were greatly benefitted by her visit there Mr W L McCliniook has been trans Elder Paph Julian of this county left ferred from the distillery of Mes iis Crigler the first of the week for Little Rock Arkan at the Stamping Ground to the Cedar Hun suc to reside having accepted a call to Distillery near thi- - city as Gauger Soie preach for a church in that city keeper and relieves Mr Joseph Doehrer Â¬ FOR SALS OR RENT A faun of 120 fturujS0 iiorod of nliich are in cultivation 20 ueio biing splendid tobacco lunit uith good Iwclliiitr Ftitblcii itnd to- Ixioiio biiriit upon it is ullorcd for pulo or rent Tlio plivco is well watciod and bin a hpltmiid oiclmrd of one limidrcd and fifty applo troos in ood bearing conditiun For tiTms Ac iiiinh at thin oflicL or to j Nov I yam L A IIBDKTCK Kliuville Ky w W - j JF r f - ik w i jr L - if K Jr I rf J rwfr i Jfr it - I lT if y- For Home limo the citftens bf Alton An klson county and tlio fannera living near there liavelteen losing news urijiiiaiiil in FRAKKLiOltXNOViMnKn 10 1881 r some iiintnneos money aiuFMiot long since the hiir iooiiV ot Mr dan Catlett was DITT UD COOBTT robbed Mn 0 becamcconyinced thnt a colored man iuhis employ knew something TO TRAVELERS about the robticry and imparting his fcux piciond to a neighbor they concluded to Thonfollowlng time tnbto takes effect froin make the man tell who did it They took NovolnOr Mtli 1S8I him to the woods and threatened to kill TRUSS NOI1TH v Noj20 Lexington Exproarf arrtvecflMO pm him il he did not tell when he revealed i --Notls n hi WosUern Uxpiosy tirrjvosr eventhiug lie told them that two white No 22 tnuiufort Vceoinn arrives 820 p m linen were at the head ol the gang that TUAISS 80itii tne were going to roo a cerium iiinnus No 17 Loxlngton E press arrives 805 a in Y extern ExpccS arrivof JNo 10 315 p in barn that night and that he was to get the No 2 friinkfort Acjftfifii Jblivcs fi00 a to key of the smoke house of Mr J W ti McClure lor whom his wife was cooking iitLnUrnngo for Ciiictnnu f 3rflviRgiRt Cincinnati ut120 p in the next night and it was to be emptied ol utiiiivji auiiu for Cincinnati its contents lie was admonished to keep tncinauti ut 750 p hu ejUjQptut LuUrungo witli train leaving his fellow thieves in ignorance of having itf tttl3 in itrnvimr at btMiilcfort at told on them on pain ol receiving a dbe ol lead and to accompany them on their exi n x iiv VVV iwnivt peditious Arrangements were urtde tu and btillc oxbtiia and celery take the whole pnt that night and company ol citizens were rUiilioned around yedeyBry day at JJantaa the bum to he robhul le thieves came te ilpHDtr will be lurifislicd you frou but liudiug the doors secuiely lucked con firdt of Januiirv 18SI lor the cluded not to break them open tunt went w away but not belorc they were all seen lHiUU4pf one dollar It was a wi ek or uiuie and ieco0nied craiiberfiea apple butler belore tney attempted auotuer loohery and KeMiMci eal iHlfailnti jellies at Banlas it was lea red that the culuivd man had told his confederates Tliui diy it was learned BKSwSw3 Mr Sam A Par re tit Was elected Keeper that the barn ol Mr John McLowu was to of the Couhlv Poor houdej Thursday bv the he roohed that night and uard were sta- Â¬ Gourt of CJlaima There were live apfty tioned The rascals were on time and cants for the positiotu found the coast cleai the doors having Leave your orders or ijstij oysters poul been left unlocked for their co iveiuence and as soon as they had loaded tni iunelvej vtry and ganieat Bantn s down with sacks ol gram they were tuwen incharge Thclwo wlute men Dick lMfcneiiVirB crstefn- ThirtjandShdIljy streetaviSoiilh Kranktort Walts and Win Kichards ami the col- was filled THuraday urorningby llie steam fored man John Mukcs were the parlies Ctptured and they will hu- likelv to gel a fife engine with waterfioihUfeWver -Kichards is wel term in the penitentiary crSf Muke Baifta delivers goods ijyi pi jy io any known as a marketer in this city HVCof the qjt by turning iStnu evidence inny get oil WEEKLY RKDABOUT 4 itsow recta THE BOSS EGBERT a speciality S4ON Hohe Sign and OrnameMal Painters BfjPJl i JfPluiti and Decorative Taper Hanging - Orders left at Averillt drug store will be promptlyApril i6ti attended to OSCILLATING SHUTTLE W f J CHINK DKAIKR IN W Miaul - -- SEWING MACHINE ALL KINDS OF 0011 intthe very lowest fitueti i Perfection having Attained FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS ARE been IMPOSSIBLE POOl FOR I C A 8W SAIF 1 rSlcSmcots wlJiiSoHs The Old Style Sewing Machines OATS COM BRAN SHIP STUIF HAY an mixed feed of all kinds are all fading away and the Â¬ GHTNING SEWER Stands solid as the Rock of Ages ITS CAPACITY P0R SPEED AND FOE A LARGE RANGE OF SEWING Sujt 21 im MILK sOX 11 1 LOQ AN McKBB CASH Â¬ IS UNLIMITED tiKALIIt IN IAKfV AND STAPIB r- - very best material known to science Its Shafts Needle Ear Presser Bar Presser Koot Hemmor Screws and all small parts are imdc from the best of steel is made from the It Â¬ DRY GOOD 0 BOOTS SHOES CAPS NOTIONS IT HAS THE ONLY HATS ABSOLUTELY PERFECT TAKE UP EVER INVENJED Etc -- - - 5 r tCi if - We wrll send tlioHol5aAU0UUVaiiv UOItN the United addrc s or to T f In this county on Mosul ty Xovi mber lltli Slates or deliyjit nnyvyhere ii the city to Mr J 1iuKelt Wootlsnn and wilt- a son JronifuowXunUilhy first dhJixntiary 1883 Iissk lJYiil weight lli pounds oi onetoHar Now is the time to sub NE PLUS scribe - c Vfevl S flexible adjust able and positive enabling the machine to sew from the thinnest to the thickest material without alterations or adjustment which no other Sewing Machine will do In fact its performance is the nearest pos sible approach to human intelli as it is automatic Â¬ k Nov Qoblets ki Mr FOR SI II Chramo Â¬ 00 FRANKFORT KY S t Clair 5 Strast lino gence WHs J WILSON IS THE IRON BITTERS BROWNS IRON BITTERS a LOCAL NOTICES ULTRA of ALL SEWING MACHINES Banta has the lare6t apd bestv assortnient of oySirKtliQjpCityv - i corner ol Broadway and Washington It is not composed of rawhide streets suitable for a small family Appl rubber cotton felt etc to deaden The Coutioilr Tuesday nhlit ordered to Sinn Harris tit his Wprehone near the the noise Baptist Church Socoifd street SoutJ Frapkfort between It has no long vibratory lever to goblets pitcher Ioan and Murray macadam isedand- the forGlassdollar at six LOGAN and a chrome spring and vibrate at a variable w McKEES otyj expense euflgaMiaiine property front speed and thus change the teniui upon tliafXparJioT the street proposed In order to make room for the sions largest stook of toys ever brought It will not shake tremble or t9 be improved - For Rknt Three or four rooms on the Â¬ L Hominy dried corn oraeked wheat onU Aaritil the 5th of December all our ning at I I T l 2f Btiawls jeans ana tianneis at cost as manyan ordinary rate of speed PH nieai uosioijmueansmm gie of the old fashioned maiC at Bantnjs wimtmimdititjr v J3 RIPFIN BROS 1 to this city we will offer from now dance all over the floor chines do AGENTS while run w MAv wy if Â¬ reqnirlnjt a complete tonic eepei ft oinlly Indigestion Dyspepsia Inter V certain enre for all Umahi mittent Fevers Want of Appetite I I I F i large lot of second hand clothing for which the highest cash prici cltanl oTBelljoint and Mis Emma wyll be paid by Sam Harris Zicglcv daugntefof Mr loiin L Ziegler For Sam- Sixty feet of shelving with Pifqlivtnliiili flinrli flvere married nt drawers suitable for any business is 0 tie red in this city Wednesday evening at 8 Apply to OL II A It HIS for tule cheap Pugh officiating oclock Rev John Messrs Howe Watson Jon IJ Iewie Dudley Watson and E T Juin were the u hers of the occasion and a large com Â¬ pany of the friends of the contracting par KINDS OK COAL ON HAND ties were in attendance to witness the ALL for sale at Lowest Prices lv G B MACKLIN reiemony Mr4pLewiH the enterprising nicr Wantkd A YAHTE0 IN UNOCCiftrED- - TERRirRY -n- For particulars terms address e COAL COAL mi wm mm Or Nov 10 go J CHICAGO t Oiu ILL Yiitn1iia tfin tilnnfl atram wtiti muscles ana gWea new lilo to tlio nerves Acts like a charm on the digestive organs removing all dyspeptic symptoms such as tasting the food Belching Heat in the Stomuch Heartburn etc The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache Sold by all Druggists at 100 a bottle s-tijQ Â¬ rt JW Â¬ JLLIAMS HHOS Se that all Iron Hitters tire made by Uhown Ciumical Co and nave crosicJ red line and trade mark on rapper BEWARE OF IMITATIONS BROWN OHEMIOAIj CO Baltimore Mtl dftiMLjk il w I rr A f I i 4 nittit wi9 in low n this week titiliiiig tin1 bo y Imvv to run u plort win bnolc Mr ifo Kiclilnni of tin-- inn of Burns up ilicir lions niil pull it out nt tlic the trick Hi iVr Klchluim oi llii ciiv ilml nt lii lioinv ol their lu niis t mid allowed them how to do it or Irom morniiiir nil linnet Minn Mroet Tiitli tifiy cents to a dollai He hud been eonlined to three oeioek led hut u few dins und the imuu ilinteenufce Elmville iuux nitfe In in the lung ul hn denth SIi L A Iledrick wishes to sell or rent Cnpt Cnlcr suited to the editor of I lie his farm near this place Dspneli thut ilie Mihinjt out ol the abut Mr A Ilord Sinclair and family are vis w the limit of loenl Him his mother in Georgetown nicnt nt loek No Who put the loenl uuiunei iniinngetniiit M- i- Ella Hall celebrated her foiiitecuth W3 it imt liisdutx to fee that hiiihday on hursday the 17th inst in ehinjje the loenl innniificr had the woik done right ned from iVTr bite has WBBKIiY ROUNDABOUT A vcninj T O T I I JQ P U B LTC ilitiiicl TLJ ri 1 1 1 ONE PRICE -- 1 iJ B fV 4 Peter Satterw retui visit to lelatives in Windlall Indiana A wry neeefflul meeting hn jn OIF C Bridge will shortly lead to the Mr at the Uliri tmn Church mar Peaks Mill altar one of Sweet Owens fuiiesl daughtei- thiiiy fix 33SOT pnrk There were loity liw mMitioti I lie of Mc ms Parker Biothcis i meeting The mill of whom were coneifioi s continued beinn repainted which will add gieally to waptejun liy Elder Polk South U2 its appearance a d ta U Im S 13 uJ KJ ZbAi Elder Ilii a in Konl and emll hy Kldei Mr John T Buck lev of your city has just put a metal roof upon Mr Geo W Is new in full blist and must be seen lobe appreciated Everything ha- been cariied out iconic Jaiie on I IiuvmIpv night A giaiul oppoitunit is offeied to our citizen fnr pin Laikirs new hoiK e to the kttei as Ik i domic uleitisel The Innurnnee Companies Inning at lat Ladies aic imitcd to ca and cxaniiu on r chasing the best made good- - at the lowest pi ices Mr Peter Wiley and Mi s Nannie True made a tettleineiit with Mr 1 C Chnieh anil Ir Pobt Uiley and Mi s Kirby were lie eoiuuHMieul dealing away the ruins ol mairied on Wednesday hisstnlU hm Ann flreet the fii t of the The contest between agents for the now uoing ahead with the work of the tobacco in this locality is be week at il Replete with Choice Selections of hi one of the oldest and- coming quite spitited of u huiidtnji Messrs Bridges Biothers have 50000 le t fftuiulf in the city for the liven hiifi-- i A pounds of tobacco for which they have II Of MWVIVJ beta oflere1 twent dollars per hundred ami wiilof refused it B WaMnauErif Pi Mr Ulm We have also on hand a Large Stock of My phMeians had yivm me up t0 lli Humor has it that Mr Geo W Parkei me mv lunjrs and hwr were ah will rhortly draw on Peaks Mill lor one ot Thev luld wsif veiy weiiU pale lis mo t deenjed and ione aluable prizes to ornament his I sw new lesidence Jiy ehaueo cmaciatul ami 1 inline Puownf Iron Hittois adveitifed Call and avoid the crowd Which for Deauty and Duiability cannot be sin passed Mr Willis Wiley wife and daughiei realized that without lion in the diatilv will visit relating in Bloom With tieuih Miss Annie Blood lite i oiiil not Q JLs SIE who pioeuu d ingluii Indiana on the 23d instant and will ent a cvini linn txiiMity until alter Christmas with nmaiii forme a bottle I niUft have taken I itfelt it itinnediaiely Elders J K P South and Hiram Ford jjieat laith tor almost in ate bidding a protiacted meeting at Pleas Soon all d -- peptic heiielieinl elleet Proprietors Arcade One Pi ice Dry Goods and Clothing House loin iIimii pared m lungs giew ttioiig aik Hill Church near Peaks Mill and pains in the region of the liesut vani hed hae had torlv thiee addition- - so far my urine hfcatue free of Mdiment and in a SEW iLANINO MILL In my last 1 stated that Mr las Mernei Now word I have regained perfect health OfTVis In jiroftioiiiil fcivicos to the citizen of the doctor who at bad puichased the llocker uiiih place lu I feel a hie to thiash Fin k fort niii vicinity Ollice in Cnjiitul Hotel do had done so but the other parties ilew tlu tended me and re jjlv believe ousrlit lo buildiiij uct door to Western Union Telegraph tiack and he is still looking lor a place itHaving rciicnly adiieil to Iim ItiihlihiiiPiit a cflice Residence room SI Capital Hotel A Coppage sold his homestead Hev Aug 21 tf First Class Planing Mill Resolutions of Respect of twenty acres with good improvements to Mr John Ander on of Sand Ripple Is now prepared to furnish ull Kinds of Fkankiokt Kv Nov 15 LSSI tl e 5th of this mouth for lour hundred dolMr Anderson sold it the same da In the wii e dispensation of lrovidence lars T ll fVl rTY ta TT Knightfe of Branch No 815 to Mr Hairod o same locality for the Sash Boon SUA Kudos j the Iatholic at Fxsuilclort Ky sue called upon to hundnd dollars Also mourn the denth of our well heloeed Mr Homer Tagget has sold fnrty acres Scroll Work Stair Work Turning brother George Eichhorn whose death of his farm including his water mill e a breach in the family circle in will jnu Gotten out in the Host Stjlo and fixtures to Mr G W Lawrence ol May 15 tf ftnr meeting hall and as a good couieloi Monterey for fmty dollnis per acie The Theiefore in the woikini ol our Bianch remnant he sold to Mr Francis Target for be it sixteen and two thiid dollars per acre That we bow in snbini ion Uitohid Tho Best is he Cheapest J K II our Heavenly Father fe will and in sor io iow lament the denth of one whose fter Hams ViGnTmi Sicirrvx Haiu lint worth and religious character have Riixivnn is a sclcntinc combination of all the mem gained for him the esteem of some of ilia most powerful restora Â¬ hei of this Branch as well is of all who tive agents in the vegetable kingdom knew him not taken unexpectedh 2 That though It restores gray hair to its original fiom his labor of usefulne s on earth ton Are Without Question tlio Finest and Best color It makes the scalp white and home in Heaven his exemplary life will clean It cures dandrutf and humors Oooking Stoves In the World remain as a guide to the members of our and f tiling out of the hair It furnishes Branch in Frankfort and as the origiWARRANTS HIS the nutritive principle by which the I havo on hand a full line of nator of thi Branch we deeply feel hi hair is nourished and supported It in the teachings of hifc wise counsels lofc makes the hair moist soft and glossy 3 That we as members of Branch No and is unsurpassed as a hair dressing in Frank S3 Catholic Knights of America Among which ia the celchiated family of our It is the most economical preparation foit tender the bereaved in this ever olfered to the public as its effects biother our heart felt sympathy West Point Base Burner their hour of sorrow and pray that the remain a long- time making only an will ever occasional application necessary It is Jod of the widow and orphan Tho Finest Jfard Coal Iinse Humor recommended and used by eminent uoinfort protect and guard them AS ALSO A FULL LINK OF of repcct to his medical men and officially endorsed by token 4 That as In tho World memory we will wear the usual badge ol the State Assayer of Massachusetts mourning for thiity day- The popularity of Halls Hair Icenewcr I in ilc a specialty of all kinds of o That these resolutions he spread on has increased with the test of many the minutes of our Branch and a copy years both in this country and in be sent to the bereaved wife under the seal foreign lands and it is now known and And Onarnnteo Satisfaction Oivo me a oil of this Branch and published in the city used in all the civilized countries of and Central Catholic Advocate miners JOHN T BUCKLEY the world p IlOlUiAN Pmltknt Oct l ly Headlight Coal Oil 175 lost Tor sale by all dealers Gio BlUKUOIdpu Secretary t rv fioofe ClothiM Shoe House im closed a 1 ft - I pur-eha-- e Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Hats ens RSfohftne tc 1 CARPETS AST OIL CLOTHS 1 eit -- zm ts i333 S sssisMA3sr3sr 1 DR EDGAR E Â¬ 1 J M WAKEFIELD 1 Â¬ Mslii JT 11 1 1 I hk fc 1 JIM Â¬ - Ground Black Pepper and Cider Vinegar HEATING STOVES GBOUIO SPICSS JOB WORKi 7f m r