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DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. 


TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 


Volume VI. 




FRANKFORT, KY.. SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. 


Number 1. 



W. S. DEHONEY 

DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY 

DRY GOODS, 
mis, emeu c«e. 

I cordially Itvlta you to call and famine my 
New nnd Fresh Stork of Uoo.U. 



MAIN STREET, 



FRANKFORT KY, 



The Best Soda Water 

In flic City is at 

Joe lieCompte's 
DRUG STORE. 

TRY ALABASTINE! 

It is tlie best thing in use for ceilings and 
walls. For sale at 

JOE LeCOMPTE'S 

SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. 

mar 



An inquest upon the remains of the late 
Jerry I.ee was begun Tuesday morning and 
concluded Wednesday afternoon, which re- 
IwlttJ in the jury bringing in a verdict that 
le came to his death by a pistol shot wound, 
the pistol being in the hands of Frank Egbert 
Egbert was re-arrested and brought into town 
Wednesday morning and his examining trial 
will take pi 



FARM FOR SALE. 

A f irm  M Sl) MM of goad laid, well lm- 
proved, loBit'M on th.' Owont.on turnpike aeven 
mile* from 9 AikAiri, U o.r,,«l fto sOoat a 
hirinin. Fittvn or tarsal.* acres of it is Ho. 1 
tobacco land. For further information apply to 

W, T. GA1WBS, 

aag. 12- 1 in. Frankfort, Ky. 

W. T. RDM, 

IDELA-XjEIR, X3M" 

I Staple and Fancy 

DRY GOODS, 

Notions, &c., 

ST. CLAIR STREET, 

Frankfort, Ky. 

MCEUtnil.mATBD! 

ROLLED GOLD, 

HHUMTED TO WEAR FROM 6 10 10 YEARS, 
ONLY $4 A PAIR, 

DELIVERED ON RECEIPT 01 PRICE. 



One of our efficient policemen attempted to 
■rest "Jimmy, the well-digger," when the 
latter, anticipating what was coming, shinned 
up a tree, and called out : " Nine feet out of 
the county, my friend! Above the law, and 
out of your jurisdiction." He wasn't ar- 



Stoi.kn — A email box containing a pair 
of ear rings, pair sleeve buttons ami an 
amethyst rmg'were stolen Irom a lady re- 
siding in South Frankfort sometime during 
the first of the week. The ear-rings were 
email round ones, set with numerous small 
garnet stones; the sleeve buttons were solid 
gold, oblong in shape, chased on the ends 

il plain in the center, with the initials A, 
O. L. engraved nri the under side; the ring 
was ridge shaped, with a grove running 
through the middle of the outer side, and 
the amethyst setting is attached to it by lour 
large claws, one on each side ami one at 
each end, the stone being plain on the sur- 
face. A liberal reward will uf paid lor any 
information left at thisofliee which will lend 
to the recovery «.f any or all of the above 
articles. 

Belle Point. 

Mrs. J. W. Zo»k is visiting relatives in 
Louisville. 

Mrs. Henry Poligrove is visiting relatives 
on Flat Creek this week. 

Miss Lizzie Penn visited Miss Nannie 
Slivers, on Benson Avenue, last week. 

Mr. F. W, Callaway and family have re- 
moved to a farm near Peytona, Shelby 
county. 

Mr. Wn». Roberts, of the L. & N. R. R., 
is visiting his sisters, Mis. Lou., and Robert 



Now Arriving! 

AND FOR SALE 

HAT LOWEST PRICES 

BY 

R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. 

An Enormous Stock of 

BOOTS AMD SI 



Meeting of Fire Department 

At a meeting of the Frankfort Fir- I)e 
pnrtmcnt, held September I9lli, IS** on 
motion of Mr. B. B. .letters. Mr. A. II. Mc 
(Mure was called to the chair, and .John B 
Meek was appointed secrelni v. 

On motion, B. B. .letters", IT. Strang, 
Chas. Noonan and E. A. Phillips were ap- 
pointed a committee to draft resolutions, 
who, alter a short interval, rep. 
lowing, which were BMhiuiOUl 

Wh git IAS, We have been called Up 
mourn the loss of a friend and compnu 
many a hard struggle with the flame*, our 
ex Chief .Ikhry Lm, who was stricken down 
while in the performance of dntv; and 
whereas, we deem it lilting and proper that 
we, as a body, should give some expression 
of the sincere regret we feel at his loss; 
therefore, be it 

lle.su/vn/, That in ex-Chief JlftRY Lkk we 
recognized a true and gallant fireman, upon 
whom we never oalled in vain, a kind ami 
generous friend and companion, in whose 
societv it whs ever (i pleasure to be, and we 
deeply deplore his loss. 

Utsnhfd, That his stricken wife ami little 
ones have our tendered and must heai licit 
sympathy, and {that we mourn with them 
the loss of our friend. 

Rttolval, That in token of respect for the I _ _ . . . ... 

53X«tt%i For Fall and Winter Wear. 

in mourning lor thirty days; that acopv of | 

these resolutions be sent to the lamilv of the Al Qfl A Till I QTfirif ilF 

deceased, and published in the ei.v papers. ] * ALS U M ' ULL &l Ut,V Ur 



J. B. Me 



, the mc 
A I 



led in the eilV papei 

B. B. .lEFFEli.S. 
II K. STRANGE, 

C. K. NOONAN, 
B. A. PHILLIPS, 

rating ndjourtitd. 
H. McCLURB, QH'ii. 



Editor 

Knowing that you are not publishing n 
political sheet, vet I crave y.-ur indulgence 
10 •how up a piece of partisanship ami ig- 
norance in the Yeoman which ought not In 
^•0 uncorrected. I give the extract alluded 
to in full : 

Colored Men in Office. 

The following colored men are employed 



id Or 



t I-'i ; 



Jhoat. 



.ville, 
i imp- 



I I ick 
I en- 



Miss Mattie Sparks, o, 
isited the family of Mr. ■ • 
on last week. 

Mr. N. I. McDaniel i. .v 
lavement in Iront of his r 
ucky Avenue. 

Miss Lizzie Thompson, a prepossessing 
dond ol St. Louis, is visiting the Misses 
Todd, at Lake Park. 

Judge W. L. Pence and wife attended 
the Exposition a in! raildroad celebration in 
Louisville last week. 

Mr. R. Rogers has rented Capt. S. V. 
Pence's new house, and will move in as 
soon as completed. 




RODGER BROS.' KNIVES, 
BEST IN THE WHOLE WORLD, 
$2 PER SET, 

Pat up In aolceoaee, and delivered by express, 
on reoelpt of p/los. Writs for our pries* on 
Spoon* and Forks. Yoa will save money by 
bey.ng from us. 

The Kentucky Jcxvdcr, 
LEXINf TON, KY. 



T 



Has been there four years. Salarv 
$3j per month. 

! L T. Clark, State Insurance and Histori- 
an addt-i ca | Department lias been tliere three 
Kentucky , e „ rSi Salary, §35 per mouth. 

.lames W. Gordon. Con u School De- 
partment, lias been there one year. Suln- 
-\ 81o per month, lie is n stu'deiit for the 



BOOKS, STATIONERY, 

Our Staple and Nobby Hats 

CANNOT BE EXCELLED 

sept*3-tf 

Capital \ Gallery 



PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. 



.James Coleman, Porter in the Auditor s 
Department. Salary, $:;5 per month, lias 
had twentv vears' service. 
Robert Hammond, in the Governor'! De- 
irtment. Salarv, $3.'  per month ; also 
leni, Martin, salarv, S10 per month. 
Moses Butcher. Land Office and 
Gensral's OtHce, Salarv, tih p e) 
Has been in oflice eight years, 



odist Confer. 
; Sutulay, 



ie Soul hern African Mi 
will hold its annual in 
the 21th, at Rock Haven, near tow 

Mrs. Annie C. Miller and little .laughter, 
Man.!, who have been visiting the lamilv of 
J. \V. Book returned t.Vtheir home at 
Wnverly, Missouri, Tuesday last. 

Mr. J W. Deakeus has about completed 
his house on the corner of Major ami Wil- 
sireets. The new County Attorney, 
Mr. J, A Violett, we understand, will oc- 
cupy it soon. 

Miss Susie Joyce is teaching the district 
school over here, she having been selected 
ver quite a number of applicants She 
as now the largest school ever taught here, 
ud is giving general satisfaction. 
Our Sunday School Is 'grow ing both in 
uml ers and interest under the efficient man- 
pNltnt ol the Superintendent: Dr. Daniel 
iobtr. It meets every Sunday morning 
al 0 o'clock. Every one invited. 

r. R W. Deakinalelt for Baltimore 
idav morning to ntteiid Medical Col- 
lege, lie attended the Louisville Medical 
College last year' and (has been a diligent 
dent all summer. Tide will be his finish- 
ing course, and when U returns will no 
doubt locate among us.l and make happy 
one jovoua young heart, who will anxiously 
await his return. \\ 



Good health ia 
by pr »per attention 



inttined uml nourished 
. .per attention to the requirements ot 
the Uniy and the avoidance ol excesses. It 
is wasted or destroyed by over-taxing the 
mind with study, anxitlf, evil habits, in- 
lemiierancw, or vicioua ii^ulgences. Keep 
the body and brain well Mlftlieed by freely 
using that friend Ol tei pemnee and good 
healdi, Brown's Iron Bikers; thus will you 
live toa good old age, 4l " ' 



i. 4:?!» Main Street, over Crutcher 4 Starks' 
-WHITE HALL" Clothing House, 



will, on the lii l'll Hi' Ut"l 0 l!ER , 1:'S; 
tVrin upon which ho resi'ied, containing nb.iutj 
ttHI aaret,  Dd looalad upon llie Furui.lale nmll _||_ _ 
Bridgeport pike, iw.i init.-s from Bridgeport. j JH* Gla 
Then, is a eo»fort»blo frniue dwelling of six ) 
rooms, burn. ice-h"iisc and nil necessary out 
huil lings apon the premises. For further itifor- 1 
iiMM.in ;iddress. 

I IFBOIAIi INDCOEMENTS ARE OPFEREl 

. ; in the wny uf fine pictures of nil styles and de 

* iFor Sale or Rent;::nr:^;.c;tXrwo;^w^t^^^' 

taut : e«iuiuodated at home? Oct.25-tf. 



Kobe 



Hat 



: LO 



- ha 



seen fort] 



ten street.-. This property is known »■ the 
: Bbin'Kbiiship property. Im.ly occupie.i by Fred 
! Nickel. Anyone can purcin-e on viisy t.iiii-. 
! It VOl A. DAVIS 



ol the Legislature and gets J;i p . . 
at Other seasons £1:! per month. 

The pay o!' these men is $1V1 per month , 
or Jj2,' -I4 per annum, a greater sum, we 

ture to sav, than is received by colored I- _ m - ^- _  . 

n the State from all sources of Federal 10,000 BU3Xl©l3 OS UOHl 



"Wanted! 



hough thev fun 
the Republican vote, when 
lavors or substantial aid thev 



i 40,000   



the Dei 



lor it 



I the 



ject to no jayhubbliug. — \\ 

To show that the above is not correot in 
I allusions to the Republican party it is 
tlv necessary to say that there are now 
nployed in the Internal Revenue Depart- 
ent in this (the 7th) District live store- 
?epers and guagers who are colored men 

as follows: 



W. L. Smoots, ol Bourbon county. 

Henry Scroggins, of Fayette county. 

T. J. .fackson, of Fayette county. 

W, M. Jackson, ot Fayette county, 

Geo. C. Bailey, of Scott 

These men receive a M  
of $104, or an annual salary 
if $o.'J40, or more' than double what is 
paid to these six men by the Democratic 
State Government. These Hre nil the Yeo- 
man can show, while the Republicans make 
their showing for this Revenue District 
alone. The other districts are fully up with 
this. The Yeoman had best know, nexl 
time before it blows so loudly. 

Fa tit Play. 



^CXi 

NOVEMBER DELIVERY. 

Mm ML PSliWTS^ 

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP, 

The partnership heretofore existing l   t\ 
M. II. P. Williams, jr., and WIU) 0. Willi 
in the iterieiiltur.il imp lenient :in I grain i 

under the stvlo of Millions Brothers 

hem d s, olvcd by mutual consent. The bu.-i . 
lies? will ho continued ;»t the old stuud by 
Wiley 0. VVilliums. 

M. H. P. WILLIAMS, J 
sept9-lui WILBV 0. WILLIAMS. 



V. BERBERICH, 

Marolaant Tailor, 

634 A ST. CLAIR STREET, 

/tSh Between 
' :S ™ MAIN* AND BROADWAY. 

Keeps constantly on hand 
doeskins, and the new 
en of fancy French oussi- 
II e is prepared to wake 
n short notice, a 




FKANKFORT 

MACHINE WORKS, 

JONES BROS., Proprietors. 

MUrera of all kinds of New Work lor 

Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, 

STEAM GAUGES, 

yraaJfefsrt, j Una door weal Of eoraatAmi and Broadway streets, 



Mr. B. F. Porler, a rich hanUefin Utica. 
N. Y., savs: 1 have used Brown's Iron 
Bitters the past year, much to the obagfln 
of our family physician, lorneither myaell, 
wile, nor little airls have since suffered from 
a single day's illness. It is making M all 
robuatand strong." 



April 

The Thirty-fourth Annual Sesmon ot this, _ • 

school will eoujinonca on _ 
MONDAY. SBFT. ». 1««*8 'P'RTTTT TREES. 

Term, reasonable. 1'ayable monthly or in aV XV W * * * *** ■«■»*. 

i fall OF 1882. 



J. C. BUSH, D. D. S„ 

FBANKFOHT, 14 

[IttCCeaaea to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) 
Can be found at hi* office Iroin ».V a. M Ifl • P 
m. ready to do till kinds of dental work to the 

SJfag* 4 a—*. 



ASUPIR10B stock of Fruit aaiOraaaiMtal 
Tre«aj| Small Krulta, Qr apeviaea A* 
piiiaifiis Plant s, and everything found in a tirst- 
clasa nursery eatablishuicnt. 

We employ no agents, but give our coiututa- 
si,,n direct to the plnnter. We refer to our old 
patroai . Our ue v entaloguea will be aeut on 



patron* 
Tplioat 

aep tf tf 



U. F. UILLENM EVER, 



'ilANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 



•SAitor and 



LEWIS. 



FR WKFORT, 8BPTKMBER II, IMI. 



A blue pencil mark (X) on your paper 
idieates tlmt your subscription hm MH 
eon paid for some time, and you nre re- 
i nested to settle at once. * 



We ■« Wider obligations to Mr*. Dr. W 

H. Mull for fin eltgnnt baekel ol flower* 
and n beautiful bouquet, 



POII Rim*, A In. use with seven rooms 

In it. Apply to r. Ahuhinski, 



TO OUR PATRONS. 

As the Roundabout lias reached 
It* sixth birthday, and as our col- 
imm have been so crowded with 
idvertisements that it has been im- 
possible to give our subscribers as 
much reading matter as they de- 
sired, we to-day present them with 



Council Proceedings. 

The Po*t*office hereafter will be closed The following letter was received from His 
fifteen minniM Mivr *i* Instend ol half past, Honor B. H. Taylor, Jr.i 
on account ol lite train coining In Montr. | l entered yesterdey Into in engagement re- 

quhiflg me to leave the city to-day. Since I 

hnve been deeply distressed to learn of the 
! deplorable deatn of Jerty Lee, Chief of the 
Police. As my engage men l cannot be poit  

poned) I write this Biking that you will take 

•nek action* regarding Capt. Lee's death and 
obsequies as will be something of a recogni. 

lion of the services of an OffiCCI who desired 

to discharge conscientiously his duties, and as 

I tribute to his manly COUragt. In my life I 
I never knew a man whom I know to be so ah- 
n the i&Iutely void of all fear. 

B. H. TAYLOR, In., 



Berberlvh'* l,  
t lint Vennot h 
Oetobtr, 

We re-ret IC 
W. Miller is I; 
his life is near 
hope of his re 



suit ot clothes mfldt at 

• the cid weather cornea 

predicted tor the flrsl ol 

ow ilial Hit Ree. Dr. v. 

r wry ill in Lexington and 
ilfl (dose, us there is ik  



l ight of way to the Capital das and Elc 
Light Company to lay their pipes RCT0M th 

bridge to South Frankfort, 



lSS 2 . 



We are glad to Know thai Mr II. B 
Canttnnck " ill probably he one 01 ihe clerks 
on the City ol Prank low or will have charge 
of the wharf boat al this place. I p r( 



Mrs. Sol, Harris i 



ed j eeterday Iro 



On motion of Councilman Todd, it was re- 
solve;! thai the Council and city officials at- 
tend the funeral In a body. 

Gen. Lindsay, on behalf Of Col. Orlando 

presented a bill for about $900 dam* 

tges done his farm and crop by laying water 
mains through it. 
; " r ' . On motion of Councilman Williams, the 



i much larger sheet, and promise to|, ' , „ 

1 her trip hast to purchase good) 

!„ue in the sa'mc form every Satur. I Arcade. M'llc Walh-nnan. who will have I ss^E^^^^" 
day hereafter. It will be our aim in o( "-"merv department, will 1^ mat] ^ ,„ conilcclion with the C(limtv 

the future, as it has been in the past, | ™* _ .'".IT^ ««* Tn T ° f tht 1 U,ars of ,,,c Sou,h 

Mr Wm m Rrlntow hna laid on onr In* ™ n k»ort Bridge, 

Bermuda red ewret DOtitto welah* I On ntotbsn, Cornell refused to rescind the 
I order revoking the license of Harrison Amlcr- 
son to sell beer. 

I Tiie Street Committee were directed to en' 



to give all the local news, and our M  . ; ,«to weigh 

S follg Hlid 

their communications in print each I ,B0, '7 diameter, as deli- 

cious to the taste ns anything we have eaten 



Correspondent! will be sure to see ing lour po 

j five inc 
cious tt 
lately. 



vcek if sent in by Friday morning. 

As the change was made hurriedly 
yesterday, we have not gotten every- 
,iing in as good shape as we would 
ike, but hope by our next issue to 
resent the same neat appearance as 
sual. 

It will be observed that we have 
il ide a slight change in the heading 
n order to make the name of the 
viper conform to what it is known 
ft abroad; but while we have dropped 
ic word "weekly," its visits will 
■ the same— every Saturday. 

As we have attained an age that 
.'. lines us in lengthening the tail of 
»ur jacket, and in broadening it 
icroM the shoulders, we trust we; 

■ iia.ll never grow "too large for ourj 
 .---eches," and shall always merit j 
1 - esteem in which the paper is: 
. Id wherever it goes. 

Elder George Darsie preached his sixth an- 
1 1  ary »eruwu a.t the Christian Church U11 
Sunday morning to a large congregation, 
e viewing his year's work and showing that the 
, lurch was in a more healthy ami prosperous 
inditlon than for years. The ladies of the 

■ Iturch, under the leadership of Mrs. Dr. W. 
.. Wall had beautifully decorated the alter 
itll flowers and hothouse plants, and a, he 
il Irettod his people Elder Darsie had the ap- 

ranee of speaking to them from a garden 



Mr John Morris. ..i this connlv, pusted and Washington, 
through this city Monday afternoon, hound. Numerous sc 
for Long Branch, Sfew .Jersey, having in •B°**"' 
charge eight yearling colu and iiilii - !.e- 
longing 10 Messrs. Appeley A- Johnaon 

which he wiil winter in that pluee and trai 11, 

together with seven others already there, 
tar those gentlemen ths spring. 



force the order to have gutter made by prop- 
Broadway) between Madison 



were presented and 



Advertised Letters. 



Frank it i:t, Kv., September 2".,.l S  - 2 
Ad., Tom 



The sad ii 
day that Iff 
of this city, I 
Indiana, had   

the machinery 

thnt he WHS dv 
by the wound. 



L. Ha 



be 



Wrdnes- 
formerly 



Abbott, B 
Bush, Alh 
Baxter, A 1 
01 Indianapolis, \ 

hands caught in " 
i':, several days 

rig cut off, and 
ikjnw produce* I 



Mrs Mamie H 

Johnson, II S 
Jcdmson, Miss Sail* 
Lucas, John 
Locket, Mrs Katie 
Leokeil Mrs Sarah N 

Bacon, T M Mohlev, Miss Maltie 

Cunningham, Addie Mcliidlev, Rev W II 
Crutcher Mies MarthaMytre, Willlai 



L  S 
Cutis, F D 
Covins, Fan., 
Calvary, Join 



The fol 

cers of Fr: 



Fin 



•wing gentlemen were elected offl 
ikfon K A. Chapter Ibr the eo 



Owens, Miss Arte 
O'Driscoll, John' 

O'Neal. Thomas 
Patterson. Mrs M L 
Pickett. James 
Reynolds, Dr J B 



the regular meeting on Tues ^J* g^"j ' iJ 



Sh» 



1, Eli* 



belli 



Hug 



. High Pr! 



St. 



J. R, Stafford, Kin-. 

Jas. A. Murray, .Scribe. 

V. A. Kaltenbrnn, Captain ol Host. 

fins. Bhaefer, Principal Sojourner. 

Qeo. A. Lewis, Royal Arob Captain. 

Sain. J. Shea. Grand Master of Sd Veil 
J B Veaeh, Orand Master of 2d Veil. 
Fran!.  i. Montgomery, Grand Muster   

Hi Vi e t 

E. Whitesidea, Secretary. 
W. T. Reading, Treasurer. 
W. H. Phytblan, Qmtrd, 



Cain, Th 

1 Dorsey, Miss 1 1am 
I D.oky, Winnie 

l'lvnn, Miss Jenny 



fir:. 



1, Fa 
, M rs 



Sullivan, Luev Jane 
Snider, Mr J T 
Smith, Mrs Mar-ret E 
Taylor, Geo 
W,u,e, Coleman 
Winter. Georae 
Willse 
Wuier 

Lucy 

Wouldridge, Nannie 



Jtii 
lohn 



Holme-, D S 
lluydou, Ellen 

Kay advertiaed when calling for 

letter*, J. G.HaTchitt, V. 



Mr. 



Mr. L. w. 

ill the past tw  



large 



r, and atlfl 
eath tha si 

"eating 



Immediately over the alu 
f, in the arch of the ako\e, 
1 row U, beneath which hung a o 
resenting t(ie idea that the a 
1 orkl of the minister had been 

uccoss, III front of the altai 
In it. was a sickle, 
.ix sheaves of ripened grain, i 
• c harvest of the six years had 
  In the right of tiie altar was a lllieW indie 
live of the guard which Coil kept upon hit 

nd on tha left was a hear) to represent th 

1 is heart had always been in -his woik. Th . 

tmber six was maintained throughout to rep- 
resent the six years of his ministry, There 
were six baskets of Sowers, tlx lillies, and in 

I centres of each of two square baskets of 

" .vers was the figure six, one in tube roses 

a background of maroon leaves and 

Ib/wers, and one in heliotrope, on 1 ground 
q hits flowers, Over the organ u.is a lyre 
'■ •present the music of the soul. 
. here is no more popular minister in the 
ty, with all denominations, than Elder 

II sie, and his own congregation is devotedly 

it n bed to him. May his ministry continue 

Ibis city until he has preached hi, fiftieth 
11 uversary 



Messrs.!'. F. Smith and Jam e* Norwood havi 

been appointed to po iliiil • on the police forci 

to , 'ill the vacancies occasioned by the death j) r , \\ 

of Cap:. Jerry Lee ami th« promotii f Mr. adepliia 

H.J. Hyde is Chief. Tha following letters ' 
of the Mayor to Mr. Hyde explain them- 
selves. The lost instruction is being followed 
and eve:;, thin:; i^ moving on smoothly. It is 
to be hoped thai there will be 1:0 pcCAdlon for 
Complaint of (he force in future, Mr. Hyde 
has announced hi, determination to see that I viaiiing hi 

every man does lii.s duty and keeps sober 
while on watch. 



Personal. 



lore (Dick) ha 



I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, 

Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all 
_ kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. 
CALL AND SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. 

&& EL P. WII/LXAM3, Jr. 




1 



WAIT FOR 

HARRIS & HERRMANN'S 




FALL OPENING 



— A T T EL E- 



ARCADE! 



1 



Mr.^Herrniann returned yesterday from New 
York, where he spent three weeks in selecting the 
latest novelties. Goods are being received daily, 
and great preparations are being made for the 
Opening, of which due notice will be given. 

HARRIS & HERRMANN 

PicpEitOS Ar.ac e. 



I. M. CHURCH, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Grocerjes, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, 

FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, 

FOREIGN PETJIT8, &C, 

eUm STREET, FRANKFQTIT, KY. 

Everything kept in a First-class Grocery always 
on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. 
None but the best goods sold. 



B. Rodman left Monday lor Phil- 
►r medical treatment 

Mrs. Otoar Farmer, of Louisville, in 
Vlttillhtf her parents in this city. 

Mr. 1;,-:. A. Murray left yesterday after- 



FURNITURE. 

I WOULD respectfully invite the cititensof Frankfort and vicinty to cell at the old stand of 
J.'R. Graham Si Si.r.s i|i Major Hall building, nest door to (he i'«st-oflice, and examine 
j my large and complete Stock id line furniture, which I am offering at 

j VSP-Y LOW FSGm^SS FOR CASS. 

I also have 

ISEWIXGr 



1 hand a lot of first class 



noun lorn visit to La 

Miss Efellen Fembi 
it, Mrs 



MACHIN E 8, 



nd Cincinnati. 



rtoo.ol Suelbyvilhj, 
l r. & F. .Smith, i 



Boa an or Oouxcilmbm, ) 
City oy PaANaroaT, Kv., \ 
Sept 19, 1882. ) 

//. ./ U.J I, /v y: 

You nre liereby commissioned Chlel ol 
Polloe, subjecl f approval of the Council 
Police foroe, iliroujili yourself, will he 
held 10 ntiiil aoc »untabilitv tor tbe peace 
and pvrlect order of tbe city, You will see 
that each policeman discharges his duty in 
every detail, law properly held reepousk 
bit lor the peace and order ol the city. 

And intend both shall he pn-served. Yon 
will report IO me the I liliire ol any |iolice« 

man todisoharge Ids duty, and his euspen* 

►.ion will |.|'oin|.tlv ensile. 

E. II. TAYLOR, -Ik . ¥ayor. 
By F. v. Omr, cu. v Clerk. 

Boabo or ConaciliJIRN, 

City ok Framkiobti 
Sept. I'l 1»8: 
C/u.j 9/ IVi 



Mr. Ben. 
now ot Lou 
vi.-iting fris 

Miaa Battle 
ami Mien Lee 
Monday lora 



Todd, 1 
» vi lie,   



•rly of tbii 
t Mouday i 



city, but 
1 the city 



//. J. ffydt, Erf 

S'n : J 
day pollc 



ii.mi:x, I 
, Kv.. 

m 1 



McWilHame, of this county, 

l Smith, of Clay village, lelt 

visit to friende in Ipdiaaa,, 
Mr-, h. C. Barret) and daughter, Miss 

Morence, lilt Mon.iay ulteriioon for a 

luonthavisii to relatives in St. Louie, Mo. 

Mice Mary Harrington, ol Shelbv county, 
after a two- weeke* vlalt, returned h/Ane 
Monday, taklug Miss Alioo Frenoh with 



I AM OFFERING AT COST. 

UNDERTAKING 



the hoi 



idi they are prohibited 



There was no service at either of iheloi an official di 

Imrohei Sunday aigbt onacoouiitol the any protracted conversation witb"oliiaen 

• dure of gat.^Jeeeum, Btpt, 10. [They are Mrieily OOnservators of the pern 

what was the matter with you. neighbor, order, and have officially no social 0 
.•1 Sunday night ? There was aervfce fi( ; h'ifutioiis w hatever. You will aec thie ordi 
. * . ral of our cdiurcheti tlmt nlgbt, and no ■ 
ick of light so far M the COttf regfttioot I 

m , . advised. Don't mix tbinge, Major, 



Miae Maggie A, Uwis returned home 
Monday Iron. .. visit of several months to 
Hit *" " nollt0,l  ^vington and Louis. 

Mieeoa Hallie and Ytnia Herndon, who 
uitve been spending tbe summer with rela* 

live., iii Book Island, Illinois, returned 

home Friday afternoon, 

, Mr Ben, •! William*, who has been 
taking the law course al the University ol 
Virginia, HI at borne ependiag a few weeks 

I with his parent! before the beginning of the 



.,u tice Jobll M. Harlan, of the U. 8. 
 r«e.i_ literally and re|„rt promptly to Supreme Cuurt. bus been in the city (or the 
any u.lraction of same. , a „ t two or tlirct , ,| av ^ . 

B. H. TAYLOR, Jn„ M, m t. \ Mrs. .j. o. Hatch lit and ibaking bandi 
By f, V. (Jkav, Qh  CUrk I with old friend*. 



In all its branches a 1 (.eeialty. Orders promptly attended to. 
May 2: im, 

Merchant tail 



R. ROGERS. 




HALL 



Has already received all the novelties in fall 

SUITING AID TROWSERING. 
COME X*35AV3B *TOX?&  ORS2JB. 

20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the 
latest styles. 

50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. 
Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned i 
urday. Leave you f package! at the store. 

CRUTCHER 9 STARKS, 



F BANK FORT ROUNDABOUT. 

NUMKfOlT, •■PTIMB1R 2:1. )s^. 

LARGEST BmililWlH COUNTY 

TO TRAVELERS. 

ieadag. May 15. Iti 
igbst on the Li ft I* 

TRAINS NOHTH. 

7:00 A. tl 

pier. Mi 5:47 I* m, 6i|o r, m. 

SW'. *«• r. M. 9:30 r. M, 

f: ,or. m. an. at rrsaVfortjyi r. M. 



1.00k on 1 for the grand fall opeaiag It the 
Arcade. 



The city of Prankfor 

Wild a full caryo of frci; 



Mr, V. Berherlnh has received a full line 
oi full itml winter good* Call an I examine 



The Arcade will be closed until tlx o'clock 
thia afternoon, belng^Hebrrw Atonement. 



' (la !tn«l select th« good 1 for a idoe suit of 
I clothe* nt Berberich'a and get him to make 



Mr. Deo, Wbltrhoeae killed right did tip. 
per* with a *hot*gnn, on the river Wedneo* 

Kenan. Richardson Bro*., dene) flrealiam, 
Wocrner. Fields, And Hitgliea nil e*|| Mrs 
s. J, Bolfanltnn's breed on the .South Hide. 



M  II. P. WHIla 



R, V. BRYAN, Afeat. 

Madam Rumor hasH. t t lie .1 1 1 1 »  «! Octo 
ber M the wedding day of N JMMliig lady on 
the South Side. 



Only one week m«,ic in which to pay 
your city tuxes if you want CO vote at the 
next cily election 



property as the cite lor the 1 

building. 



i» do 



i advertiaement of 
11 another column. 
Mend it, and v. hen yoa want anything good 

to eat --oysters, ii-l), vegetables, or the like— 
gO to the Old Cheap John coiner and see him. 

Mr. Chai Vogler biu piirchaaeil from Mr. 
A. .1. Kendall a lot 011 the corner of Third 
mid Logan greets, and it is atlpnlatedln the 
cotitmol thai lie is to ereet a twe-etory brick 

residence upon will. in six month*, 

Mr \v. F. Cowglll, of Payette county, and 
Miss Geneva Paine, of Preble county, Ohio, 

were married at the resilience of Mr. S. W. 

I'aine, near this city, on Wednesday. Beptem. 
her 20lh, Rev. John VV. Pttgh officiating. 



them up lor y 



s only lie can. 



Mr. Qeorge B. Tlionipaon and Ifiea Lulu 
Forlica were married at the residence of the 

bride'* parent* in this city, on Tneeday at* 
terndbti, by Roe. J, M Lewie. 

As we have bad the warm Weather ill the 
middle of September predicted by Veiwor 
we ate text to have the cold weather the 
first oi October which he aleo predict*. 

Mr. Jerry Lee.had hie life insured in the 
American Mutual Benefit 
two Ihonennd dollara, at hie 



Assignment, of Internal Revenue 
Storekeepers 

For the next sixty days from October t, tSS2, 

in the rth Diatrict of Kentucky 1 
Andenon, s. If,, t . Warner & Raid. 
Armitrong, J. 1!., to II. c. Bowen. 
Bashford, Jacob, to J. X. Blnkemore. 
Bowman, II. M., to D. I.. Moore.* 
Broadua, W, A., to D. A. Aikin. 
t'rutcher, I. N., to B. 11. Tafor, Jr., Co., 
DunlaptUao. R., to E. H. Taylor, Jr. Co., 
No. 2. 

Dobyna, G, II., to ]. A. Kngaely. 
Ablation tot I No., ,3. 

his widow will ; rJrye, s.  ;., to E. J. Curley, No. 15. 
ixty days, j Flnnell, I.. 11., to J. s. Taylor. 

aham, J. J., to \v. A. Gaines & Co., No 



Bee*. Dr. Weaver, of Louisville, has b 

preaching tojeery large congregntiona at the P Harlaa, Wellington, to J. 1;. Thompson 

Baptist church in thia city, this week. Holloway, Was., to deadly & Peck, 

"here have been four addition* to the Hampton, J. J M to Jno. Cochran ft Co. 

•aroh. j Hamilton, A. T„ to Wm. Tarr & Co. 



Death of Jerry Lee. 

After lingering nntil the ninth day after 

receiving his wound, and exciting strong 

iiopea ot liis ultimate recovery, Jery Lee 
grew suddenly worse Monday morning and 

died ;it twenty five tniii'ite- to eleven that 

night. A poat-mortetn examination war 

held the next morning Which revert led the 
fact that the hall bad passed through several 
of the bowels and hla death was inevitable. 
His funeral 100k place Wednesday morning 
from the Episcopal Church and waa largely 
attended, The Mineral procession was -i 
exceedingly long one, being headed by the 
police of the city, followed by the City 
Council, E-oterir Lodge of Masons, nod 
Capitnl hod :e oi Odd Pellowi The fire 
hell was tolled ns the procession moved 
ihroilirh the meets, and the fingine Hons,, 
and Major Hall were draped in mourning. 
'He was bnrivd with the honors of Masonry 
and Odd Fellowship. 

Mr. Lee spent much of hia childhood nod 
early lite in this city, hut he never made ii 

hie permanent homenntll aboni 1867, when 
he beeame a clerk in the grocery of Mr. L. 

Tobin. A short time afi'-r he went into the 
grocery buaineaa in the old Odd Pellowa 1 
building on Market etreet. but closed out in 
about a year and accepted a paeition 
upon the police force, in which employ- 
111e.nl he baa continued ever since except 

tor a short time, having served two 
years as City Marshal. He was a gen- 
rrona, kin. I hearted man, fond "I and 
true t » his friend*, brave, but quick to re- 

Hilt an affront. 'He leave- a wife ami three . 

children, two daoghten and one .so,,, to I 
Fresh oysters at J. M. Bantu's to- 

day. 



Have yet si rn ihone fine oil paintinga itt 
\vi,:tesid'e« A McEwan'a. 

Mr- Bohannan'i bread is pronnancerl by 

epic, lies and iti\Blids Hi I e the beet in the 

cily. 

jeans" AND^HEAVY COTTON 

very Chi Bp ■ flriflili Bros.' 

The awBeteet and a litest brend 
S. -I. Bohannan'a. 

cheap at OrifRn Bro*.' 

Poa Hat.*.— Deeirahle residence on tfolmea 
street. For Information apply to Mis. C 
A. Prentiss, on the premises. 

AH the grocers ei II Mis. s. -I. Bohannan'c 
bread. 

"Buchup.-iiba " 

Quick, complete cue, ail annoying Kid' 

ney, Bladder and Urinary His s. *l 

Druggiets 



BUIL Dlf.fj LOTS FOR SALL 

..II loented in Smith 



Eight ballrilB! 
Priiakfort, aethin 
nfterrd for lala n 



WANTED. 



Dudley Institute. 

Till-: BRTKHTB ARMVAL IRIStOR OP 
Dndloy Insiltuta will hegin Monday, Sep- 
iMnhtt nib. is«2 Paoa. Tvaaaa be 
sssis^dby Ma. it. W.Towaoa, a graduate el 
the Uelvarflty  f Virginia, nmi » leaeber of 
I experience, highly tomcMaded byhli patrons. 
I Terma for fcsninn of twenty weeks. 

Primary Department ago  "  

; Intermediate tJepartmea! SB 00 

Cid legists :•" 00 

Meste and palntlag „t teaeaer'i rates. 

No •■xtni ehnr/e f.,r French ur (Jcrin.m. 



A farm of good bottom l»nd, eontalniag 92 
teres, iv. ,|| imp,,, vcd. with good orchard aea   ut 
mares, located within a half mils »f iha Owea« 
on pike, on M .in Blkbom,and«lthla thasami 
liateneenf two ohurebe*, mill aadsebool h' u«c, 
t r!icr."l tnt iale at a bargain. 

Pot information apply 10 H. C. CIHUROH. 
m adj dning farm. 

Aug, V:tm 

mm wm mm 

twelfth mmm OtSISSSEPl 4,'12. 

Allyoath  .f good manners nn.l aiorali nro 
I -.f" pupils, hut wo ecpecially 



.i.eh r. 



rci.it - 11 



I wleta to borrow three bondred dollars fir two 
years, oa wbteb I will pay 8 per sunt, srtth i 
n»rtf »go on property worth n r*ot  en buadred 
dollars, on Mala -ir'cf. No other mortgagi ua 
lbs pptperte. Inquire of the Editor, 

sept. ia-tt, 



nd ei 



HI »HB2R KDUCATION, 

i.lueed to maho aaraest anJ sustala* 
bUlo i-. 

o l.'V" uinr- value than we receive, 

and, if 



•• Musi 



eil t 



I Art 



will   



in ue 



Premium Wheat 



handrod basbeli   f pu 



r teaehsrs angagad. PorCtre 

t'i «-i t li»r ef 'he un.h-rMjjncd. 
9. Ih HTRVKN8, Principal. 
.,, v. CRUTOHBR, . ■ -,■  u, r 



per bushel. 
V'lUERT, 



Mrs. A. B. Stephene 
)en, John Rodman the 



1 Durchai cd I om ' Hatchnaft, R. w., to H. C. Clay & Co. 
1 on Todd etreet, i J«-'» kins ' J- w - to w - A '- 0"ta" * Co., 
between the property of Mr. J. L. Bneed ' N " - IC ' J " 

ami Mr. Ed. Cheat, ami has began the cm- |„ _ K,ndwd ' J - ' 10 GU " 8 P r,n « DU,ilter 3' 
tiou of it double house upon it. 



10 Cents buys any piece of large 
music advertised in Mai shall & 
Meagher's catalo^uo. 

Fail styles young men's nobby hats in 

great variety ai Uarahnll A Meagher** 

Finest assortment ot dolls at J. 
M. Banta'f. 



EGBERT & SON, 

Souse, Sign, and Otumtnt&l Fzinters 

tBT Plain and Dec nati ve Paper Hanging 
a speciality 

Orders left at AeerilTs drag store will Le proatptiT 
attaaded t... April 10-ti 



8 BUILDING LOTS 

For Sale- 



of ti iimen itreel 



Prof. T. M. Turner has leased the large 
residence of Col. Orlando Brown, on the 

comer of Wilkinson nnd Wapping streets, 

for three yeare, and the Dudley Institute 
will i-e removed to it the flrel ol December. 



Mr. I). M. Woodeon purobaeed, on Mon- 
day, from Judge L Hord three acres ol laud 
on the Owenton 'pike, adjoining the old toll- 
gate property, about a mile and a half from 

the city, for which he paid 1123 per acre. 
Mr. Woodson will shortly begin the erec- 
tion ol a reetdenoa npon it, 

Pr. BaTniOal Ay res, or Danvi l bj, hiis- 
botight out Mr. B. P. Meek 1 1 1 the watch 
and jewelry bualnea and wHteliortly open n j Nt ' ls " t ' 
full stock of goods at ^^r. Meek'a old stand j •'•w 
Dr, Ay res is very highly sp  kea oi hi nil j witl ' 
wlio know him, and we arc glad to welcome ' a '''i'' 1 " 1 - 

bim to our city, whom 1 



Lindsay, \V. A„ to Stoll, Clay ft Co. 
McMichael, S. D„ to T. S. Edwards. 
Moacly, Ceo. 8., to E. J. Curley & Co. 

(nlght.| 

O'Connor, R. W„ to B. Clay, jr., A Co. 
Poatlethwait, T. R., to Labrot Graham. 

Slieucci Wesley, top. J. Curley Co., No. 

3- 

Shepperd, Jason, to H. 1». Orwinga. 
Saftell, W. s., to W. A. Gaines & Co., No. 

4. 

Varden, Ceo. s„ G. O. White &Co. 

Warner, W. A., to J. E, Pepper ft Co. 

Death of Mr. Nelson Alley. 

At three o'clock Thursday morning Mr. 



Von can buy choice beet at ten centape 
pound by calling on Hick Crutcher at the 
Market Hoii~e. 4t 

Large lot ot elegant oil paintinge at 
VYbitvaidee A McEwan'a, 




W. F. 3arret- 

Pcrsoni desiring to purchase any of the above 



THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever 
 li- uv. ret. i- 11 1- . -n on 1:1 ,:- ..II ■ A- ;,r..: , c i - -t 
Mister. KIvM) 1'KOlil iiKl.OW. Vi o exctlLa! 

lor baauw tk-h. 

FROM 

COL. L. T. FOSTER. 



Banta sella sugar, coiTe, tea and 
canned goods. 

HANDKBBOHIBFS in endless ra 
riet) at  iiitlia iiios.' 



Cheap Lumber! 

I Rough Building Lumber - - - $13 00 
Clear Dressed Weather-boarding - 16 00 
■Sec&nJ Rate Flooring - - - - 20 00 

First Rata Flooring ----- 25 00 

Latris --------- 2 00 

The prises arc for lumber loaded on earn in 

HUGHES & DUNIGAN. 

Hitgiy-.iiid 

Two Farms For Sak 



y, alter having li\ 
city, breathed bit la 



Try one ol Kendall's Code cigare, 
New cracked wheat and oat meal 

a t- Ban ta'*; — — 



Hi-.!, here to tend fi r it. ih«y ordered 
k ibam all and tie nghi I would 



Where do you go; your ttread f At Mrs. 
J. Boliauiiau'a; she keeps (be beel In the 



with..; 



10 ke 



Elder Qeorge Daraie has preached e* 
night tlsis* week at Hardinaville. He wll| I tt r« 

return to the city and conduct lilt service nt j | u . 
lie Christian Church to morrow 



irth 



, bu 



,ng and well 1 
of tbeeity w 
none have livi 



He, There 
older than 



ot October 1800, 



1 trade 



«. I lon- 
but there will he no preaching at night, aa y tv 
he will return to Hardinaville lo All his ap-| ntl)r Covington, in Kento 
pointment there, aa be expeota to continue eame to tbiacity when t , 
the meeting ail next w eek. j ftgf Uv u . ar(ll ,f tlK . sa , Mlv ; 

There have been'fourattempta 10 burglar- ! tlu ' ]M Jan,c * f,, «»»"»o". ""'I alterwa 
ize the confectionery of Mr. I,. Weitael in ! wt '" 1 "' * Un ' k AtM »* the late C 

the last three montha. The haker, who D * vW Tliomaon, lather ot our Com 
,f the building, wai , " ,,ki | "- j 1 namber ] °» ,r, l* l " Nc 

Burins d nletol bel"'' ^'" t: '' Camniack he alterwa 
I tnude niimeroua trips to New Orleans 
j tint boate, it requiring nine weeks to mi 



A new line ,n Ladies, itieeee, and Cbih 
dren'e One ihoei just received at 

M ARSHALL A MRAQHER'8 

! Piano lor rent. Apply to Mrs. Lixaie 
j Prune*, dried peaches and apples 1 

j at Banta'g, 

; Why | a Mrs. Bohannan'a bread the best 1 i 

; Because she uses the best material and has j 

' Ural olaea workmen, 



have alsappsaead, I 

.•ne bad • aad Ike ■ '■ '- limt.s are ss free fr-m le.m},- 
:oid..« una .ill 1. y Ii .r»c in the -lite. He is «nli;cly 
cii'cd. I'hs Curs ft... - ■ ri ai.irk.iiile that I let tw    l 
mi iiciulih..,. tla'Ci r. .x.rrrrrr,- nn, r,r^ t f c -, wt. r 

are ie,w iimii- u. \ ery Kcspt-etfully. 

L T. i OSIER. 

Kendall's Spavin Cure. 

Price ?t. All dri..: S 'i»ts have u . : ,ci jet it f .r v.n. 
Dr. it. J. Kendall & Cc„ Pr-i-r...-. r«, I- a. -l.crj!i 
Fall., Vt. 



I ivi h to sell iav farm, containing -t'O acres of 
l.m 1, S allies iv, ,t el Frank: rt.on L. 0. A L 

Railroad, le view of Benson Uepor. it baa n 
tw., story fnuaa dwelling, with five rooms, Arc 
hH'l-. poreh, kitchen, ehtsota, *e.) » number one 
Well .11 Id r«et of family roum: two lusting 
-priii if. ;:i 7" yards ef ill • lie use; servaut'l house, 

nam h asc, spele g and wheat hawse, a-hir^a. 



irifa sodal 



bout 



it h new frame h. i 



If, It. PATTII, 



mm 



aleepa in the hack | 
awakened i y a noise at oueol the 
Baturdav night, end eeouringd p 

crept to the spot and found three 

tempting lo get in. Ha attempted 

one of then, hut hia pistol suapp 
the men inn off, He tailed to r 
tiny ol them. 



A comet was seen in ih 
close proximity to the sin 
u btir. It was plainly \ mIi 
eye aad everybody was out 

at It and running the riek   
•yet out. It does „ot aeeui 

country hut wim seen in 

Kaneae. it was Brat till 
city by a colored waaherwoi 



Thousands li 

Cure for rheumi 

had failed, ami have experienced Instant 



d and I '''I' 1 ,or •hicli they received twenty nve 

*° fi " ,M iHbliahed between ibis oUy and Uaing^en! 
lie opened ■ confectionery and an eating- 

i oitj Ifondaj in ! bouse near the Old Depot, on the bill above 
and cam ed quite j the oltj , but afterward* entered into a part* 
hie to the naked Lersblp in the grocery buaineaa, on Market! 
t taking a look street, with lila brother-in-law, Mr William 
oi putting their Greenup, under the firm nam* of Greenup 6 
m to Law been j Alley, which wee continued for thirty -three I 

this part ol the years In IStiS the partnership was dl» 

ii Coh.rad.. and eolved, when b* went into the livery buai- 

, n*aa 0* Main street and continued it until j 
| hia death. He leaves a wife and three 

dltildren, who together with lb* entire com-j 



Read enclosed catalogue and send 
tor any piece of music you want for 
10 cents. Marshall & Meagher. 

Gerkin* for pickles at J, M, 
Banta'*. 




J.arwst itntl ebfatpett line ol 
Jeans in the city isulUtiHln liros.* 



e .Joe Poi 



t Kendall'*. 



«ed Kendall's 0 u  .„ 

ifter all Other remedies 1 " 1,lM "y- ,,l0iu " hia lo**, Another laud- 
mark has fallen and wc shall not sec his 

like again. 



Skinny Men. 

• Wells' Health Renewer" reatorea health 

and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, ImpOtCUOe, 

Se\al debility. *l. 

Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' 

Beat bread is to be had of Mrs. S. J, 
Bebaunaa, Try a loaf ot It, 

"Rough on Rats." 

Clears out rats, mice, roaclios. Die*, nuts, 

bed-buaj*, ^ekiinka, abiaatanka, gopbtn. 



BROWN S HtON BITTERS are 
a certain euro lbr all dtseasea 
rcHiuipiitK a Oonplete tonic; espe- 
cially 1 ml U\   'st lOBt Df spepnia, Inter- 
mittent Fevci-s, Wuut of Appetite, 

Loss of Hrength, Lack of BauBeyty, 

etc. Knrii ln s the blood, strength. 
cub the mauaatoa, and gives now 
lile to the nerves. Acts like a 
i the digestive organs, 
all dyspeptic symptoms, 
such aa lusting the food. Belching, 
Heat in the Stonmoh, tletut bui-n, 
etc. The only Iron l repaiat ion 
that will not blacken the teeth or 
give headache. Sold by alt Drug- 
gists at *l.i)0 a bottle. 

BROWN CHKM1CAL CO. 

Baltimore, Md. 

B««lhat iill Iron Bliur. *ro uixlu l.y Hu,.»» Cii.micm 
Co. ud baiu cro.«J r.i Unt-a aiel ir«a,- tuark uu wr»i-jwr, 



A'EVV PLANING MILL. 
J. M. WAKEFIELD 

Having roeeatly added to his Establishment 

flnt-CtaM Pinning Mill, 

Is tew L re[i,!- V I lo furnish all kinds of 

hl,k% BMs, Fr^sss, Molding 

| * ALSO 

Scroll Woft, Stzir Work I Turning 

li«tteu out in the. Best Style. 



WM. CROMWELL, 

Attorney-at-Law, 

AND 

Hoal Ss'tat© Agon 1 !;, 

WlUpraetlee la theeoartaof Praaklla aad the 

will also  {iv 0 tpeeiul 



d the i 



Mali ,.| real e 
u I the negotiation 
rt House. 



COxVL! COAL! 

ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HANI* 
ami for sale at Lowest Prices by 

G. B. MACKLIN. 



FRANKFORT RORNMBOUT. 

Messrs. Mnson, Slianalian  fc Co. have at 
last concluded to fix up their bond for the 
lenae ofthe convict labor in the Petiitr-ntiarv, 
and will take charge the llrst r»l OclObtTi 

The result of ihe election hns proved ti 
grand success, but not more so than Kendall's 
Spavin Cure is proved to be every dny. Rend 
advertUement. 



several weeks In St. Louie and Webb C\\y, 
visiting Mrs. PwMl'l brother and other rela- 
tives and (ritntfa. 

Married —At (he residence of tie brides 
father, Mr. T. N Sullivan, on Tuesday, Sep 
letnber 12th, Mr, .foe Tv1«t ami Miss Bora 
Sflltlvan. The ImppV couple left on the 
flliernoon train for Missouri, where they 
; expect to make tlieir future home. 



Tin 
at las 



interior of rieneant Hill Church is 
Completed, The handsome coat ot 

the appearance of th 



work soliei 



Regular Cincinnati, Louisville and 
Madison Packet. 



Miss Annie Wiley will visit friends and 
relative* in Owen next week. 

Farmers are about half done cutting 
tobacco, with hardly half I crop. 



There will be a larger acreage of small 
grain thnn usual in this part of the State. 



itions for the purposi 
front of the house p*IM«f(. U 
spare Change, boys, fof the ladi' 
ITtaln to give you a call 



the r 



The speaking at the Rarhecne Friday 
Sept em per Bth, was fully Hp to the expeotn- 
I lion of the people. There was a good crowd 
Miss Lizzie F. Parker's sehuol is progress- j and. under the eirenmstances, the order 
was excellent. Though the speakers 
both popular in this community the fact is 
evident that Mr Owens has at present the 
in«ide truck. He Indulged In a great many 
| joke*, lllnsMliona, etc , eliciting frequent 
tf applause and laughter from the crowd; hut, 

l ; it must be admitted by his aarmeal friends 

and his opponents worst enemies that In 
never once answered Capt. Blackburn it 
argument. 

Z. 



ing finely, with fortv pupils in attendance. 

Mr. S. O. Wigginton hi 
tion in the drug store of I 
place. 

Tolliert Davis, ol Texas, is l| 
several weeks with the Inilllljf of A 
Sinclair, one mile west ol tnis place. 

Mr. Odd Hedrick killed three ipreading 
viper snakes last week near his lnuiie, one 
four feet long and the other three leet long. 

Mr. Henry Wiley hns returned home from 
Bloomlngton, hid , where lie has been visit- 
ing Iriends Hnd relatives since lust Novem- 
ber. 

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church has the best 
Sunday School in the Slate. The school 
numbers one hundred, with an average ol 
eighty. 

Miss Liddie Bridges, a charming young 
lady from Walnut drove, Owen count). 
Spent several days last week with the family 
of her uncle, Monroe Shields. 

Rtv. J. F. Burton will begin a series of 
meetings at Mt. Vernon Church second 
Saturday in October. Every one that is 
fond ot good preaching should attend, as 
Bro. Burton is a good ex| ouiider. 

Prol. J. C. Bridge lias eight or Ian 
thousand pounds ol'new lotNtCCO, said by 
competent judges to be the best crop ever 
raised in this part of the couniy The Flo 
feasor holds \l at $90 per hundred pounds. 

Mr. Wyatt Parker, half mile south of 
this place, has sold his beautiful homestead 
to Messrs. Zamal Smith and Squire Roblaon 
at $20 per acre, giving possession first ol 
November. Mr. Parker will have a tine 
dwelling built upon his land adjoining our 
ville. Mr. Parker will be of great benefit, 
as he is a wide awake business man. 



Bridgeport 



Mr L S Roberts nnd wife paid a visit 
to relatives In Shelby county last week. 

Mr. llnrrv Thomas and family, of Pur- 
rineton, visited relatives in this village last 
week. 

Miss Annie SheeN, of Frankfort, spent 
Inst Wednesdnv, the guest of Miss Lillie 
Russell. 



Mr. J. P. Sargei 
trip to Missouri v. 
the country. 



ias returned from his 
much pleased with 



Mr. J. W. Jackson and wife, 
been visiting relatives in Illinois 
months, have returned home. 

Mr. J. H. Jenkins and wife, 
Woodford counties, ha' 



who have 
for several 



ed ho.. 



We spoke of the bad conduct of the h 
Ellises' and their flight from Walnui Gnu 
in Owen county, week belore last. Rus.s. 
Ellis, not being satisfied with bis hellish p 
on that Sunday night, when he visited M 
Green's and Mrs. Haraely's, put In I 
appearance one night last week, ami wh 
going through Mr. K. 6. Hall's yard, alt 
off his pistol, coining very 



couple of ladies sitting in Mr. Il's porch. ' the plac 
Mr. Ellis had a new pal with him this time, 
a Mr. Baker. Judge Lynch should take 
Mr. Ellis into hands next time he comes out 
in this part of the couniy, J. K. II 

Brown's Iron Bitters 



Without exception, there is no remedv so 
strengthening in its effect as Brown's Iron 
Bitters. 

II you wish to be strong nnd to enjoy 
the full exuberance of perfect, robus't 
health, put your trust in Brown's Iron Bit- 
ters. It will not disappoint veil. 

A friend writes: "For years I suffered 
from physical exhaustion ami declining 



Axpovek, Oxford Co., Mains. 1 
August 19, 1882. } 
Editor of (he BmuMout i 

Being a former resident of Frankfort, ami 
having come here lo spend a few weeks 
belore making my home In Rhode Island. 

j I thought I would drop vou n *im r t note 
land let you kno.v something of what I am 
■o doing. Andover is a small village ot about 
e, j fifty houses on or near the main street, and 
II a dozen or two Mattered about on the cross- 
ct roads. There are two or three country 
s. 'stores of the usual type nnd two meeting 
is j houses. I do not know that there is any 
lei lawyer in town, and I have not heard who 
is. The villagers claim 
 uld be starved to death, 



I that 



village 



distress 



iglv healthlv. To 
reach Andover VOU go by the Grand Trunk 
Railway to Bryants Pond Station, sixty odd 
miles from Portland, and there take the 
stage for a drive of tsventy one miles over a 
charming road, with mountains all around 
ami fertile valleys nestlingat its leet Every 
few miles vou cross some rustic bridge, over 
a clear flowing brook, suggestive of innu- 
merable trout. Altera ten mile ride von 
reach the little town of Romford, which 

may have been called so niter the famous 
person ol thai name, or else because it was 



health. Now I am as strong i 
used Brown's Iron Bitters." 

Depend on Brown's Iron Bitters 
Strength of mind and body. 

Peak's Mill. 



Corn cutting is in full blast. 
Mrs. Dr. Snter is very ill. 
Mr. Stewart Morris has been quite ill for 
a week. 

Miss Nannie Campbell left for home 
Monday. 

Miss Laura Forsee has been ouite sick 
since her return from the exposition. 

Miss Mary Penn returned from JLonUville 
Thursday where she has been visiting Mrs. 
Frank Gaull. 

Mrs. Henry Church, in company with 
several Frankfort ladles, spent Tuesday of 
last week in Louisville. 

Mr. Dave Church and wife and Willie 
Church started last week to Sedalia, Mo., 
where they expect to reside in future. 

Quite a number of our boys took in 
big day at Louisville Tuesday of last w 
and they all express themselves delighted 
with their trip. 

Mrs. Forsee, accompanied by her daugh- 
ters, Misses Laura and Annie, were in 
Louisville last week, the guests of Mrs. 
Dan. Hodges. 

There is to he a malnh game of base ball 
plaved near this place this afternoon be- 
tween the Tiger and Peaks' Mill clubs. 
Everybody is invited. 

We are very happy to learn Irom reliable 
authority, that the worthy correspondent 
from Elmville was somewhat mistaken in 
one of his items published aeverul weeks 
ago. 

Mr. and Mra Kobt. Penn left Thursday of 
last week for Miaaouri. They will spend 



poMible to obtwin a 
Here the A nrfroscrogii 
n primitive kind of 
fattened to a cable i 
. stream, and pulled ov 
smaller ropes which : 
for I the bit rope. The cm 



the place. 

ed i 



The U. S. Mall Lino Company'! elegant pus- 
acnger steamer 

CITY of FRANKFORT 

Will arrive at Frankfort on Tuesday, Thurs- 
diiy, and Saturday. Leaves Frankfort on Wed- 
nesday, Friday and Sunday of each week. 

Freights received for all points on the Ken- 
tucky and Ohio rivers. 

SAM. SANDERS, J»/..-lcr. 

Jamf.s Kirby, 
Tims. Bavin, 

JOHN A. ZUCK, Apnt, 
Frankfort, Ky, 

mar. 25-tf. 



\ Cttrct. 



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W. J. OHINN, 



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FOR CASH! 



rent reallv does all 
! ihe work and loon the oiher tide is rsached 
anil the stage driven up the river bank. 
There von come to and cross the Utile Hlli- 
river, which turns in and out. lj| ie Tennv- 
son's ' Brook," through tin, lovely meadows, 
and keeps in light nearly all the way to 
Andover. 

Yon pass Lead Mountain where Hie 
mines were worked for a number of years, 
I ut Anally abandoned ; then cornea In siuj.t 
Old While GAP a femotM peak for hlneberrv 
i ti«r parties, and from whose summit the 
city of Portland, more thnn sixty miles 
A way, can be seen on a clear dny. It is a 
drive of ten miles from Rmnford, fnscinat- 
ing all Ihe way, If you are on the top of 
the conch until you reach Andover. atid 
land If you are "wise at French's Hotel, 
where I am at present sojourning. 

I have had a good deal of trout tailing 
since I have been here and think the trout 
are as gamy a fish to catch, and as delicious 
10 eat is any that swim. I went on a pic- 
nic the Othtr day and the gentlemen took 
their lishiiif rods intending to fish while the 
ladies picked blueberries. The result was 
a large strimr of trout and tan qnnrls of 
berries, which made a most appetizing 
supper on our return. The very roadsides 
ol this part of the country are ablaze With 
the red raspberries, and ai we go on walks 
With the girls we pick quarts and quarts of 
them The weather is most delightful, the 
nights being cool enough for two blankets 
on the bed. 1 advise anv of my friends who 
wish to have a taste of fresh mountain air, 
and a night ol some of tlie loveliest views 
in ihe world to make atrip to this place. 
It will do them more good than all the 
doctors in Kentucky, though you have some 
first-class ones in Frankfort. If uny one is 
fond of shooting, partridges are plentiful, 
and some beurs have been seen a few miles 
out of town. But as this is as much as your 
readers will be able to bear. I will close 
lor the preeer.t. C.J. 



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WITHOUT CHANGE. 



Trains of this Company from Frankfort 
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Mnin Line Tor Memphis, Little Hock, Nash- 
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trains for all points in the North and Wait. 



to Arkansas and Texas should write or loe in 
agent of tbli Company before purchasing their 
tickets. 

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