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Eutorod at tho at Frankfurt, Kentucky
as second clius mailable mutter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS,
FRANKFORT, OCTORKR 7, 1S82.
A blue pencil mark (X) on your paper
indicates tlmt your pulipcription lias not
lieen paid for some, time, mid you nre roi
quested to settle nt onee.
Ir. Ed. H l'oynter, who v;;s lost on tlie
steamer It. E. Lee was n neplicw of Mr
Tlios. l'oynter, of tliiscountv, and a brother
of Dr. M. E. Povnter, of Midway.
Mr. J. M. Wakefield is erecting for Mrs
G. F. Graham a neat (mine dwelling
on Washington street, between Broadway
and Clinton. He sold her the lot. and is to
erect a house of six rooms upon it, the whole
to cost eighteen hundred dollars.
A refractory bull was being driven down
St. Clair street Thursday morning when he
attempted to jump over the iron fence in
front ol the Baptist parsonnge, got hung on
top, and in to free himself laid
half the fence lint on the pavement.
New pumps have been placed in the wells
in front of Marshall it Meagher's and the
Governor's mansion, both much needed improvements.
Perhaps the well in front of
the State House will not have so great a
strain on its capacity now, as it has been
doing duty for the other two for some time.
Mr. L. W. Glore, better known as Dick,
died at his home in South Frankfort Monday
morning, at a quarter to five o'clock,
after an illness of three weeks, h the
year of his age. lie was a quiet, good
citizen, a kind and affectionate husband
and father, and leaves a wife and seven
children to moU'ii his los.
Mr. James Heeney, who a short time
since opened a grocery store on Second street,
South Side, and has since been surely but
slowly building up a first-rate trade,
in this issue, offering some bargains in
the way of family supplies. His piicei are
remaikably low and it will pay aNorthsider
to walk over and see him. Head his advertisement.
The Arcade Opening-.
T'ne fall and spring opening days at the
Arcade are events looked forward to with a
great deal of pleasure l the ladies of lhi
city, as there is always an elegant display of
dress goods and millinery for them to feast
their eyes upon. Thursday was tin. day
fixed upon by the enterprising gentlemen
who preside over the of i his mammoth
institution to display their fall stock
of goods, ami when the doors were thrown
open in the morning the ladies began to
gather in, and in a short time the house
was filled with an eager throng, purchasing
bonnets, selecting dress patterns, and
admiring the display.
The show windows were beautifully
dressed with plain, grosu'rain, and brocaded
silk, and embosed velvet dress good-, in
terra cotta, cadet blue, mid other new colors,
and the shelves on either side were filled
with handsome dress goods, such as silks
satins, poplins, empress cloths, etc., all din-playing
the exquisite taste, as a dtcoiative
artist, of Mr. Will O'Donnell. In thecentre
of the room were pyramids of haukerchiefs
arranged in the mon attractive manner,
and further back the staple goods' and
notions were arranged so as to present
a pleasing effect.
The most attractive part of the hone to
the ladies, however, wiii the millinery department,
and it was
of the male to get i n to it
Irotn early in the morning until late in the
evening. The difi'erent styles, ol hats and
bonnets on exhibition were very nunieious,
and exceedingly handsome, being fully
equal to anything of the kind ever seen in
much larger cities. It would be useless to
attempt a description of them, (or they were
simply immense, and the ladies who have
not already been need only step in there today
to be convinced that the ladies in charge
know how to select a stock of goods to suit
A full line of the stylo cloaks were
also on exhibition together with some of the
mo.it elegant goodf (rom which to construct
them, and all arranged in a very artistic
Many of the decorations still remain, and
if you have not already teen them.jlrop in
to-day and take a look.
Hev. J. M. Weaver, ol Louisville, who has
been assisting Hev. J. M. Lewis in the meeting
at the Baptist Church the past two
weeks, was compelled to return home Wednesday
morning, and the meeting was closed
Wednesday night. persons
have united with the Church.
iludge Tlios. II. limes and wife came
near meeting with n serious accident Thursday
afternoon while out riding. At the
corner of St. Clair and Wnpping. the horse
attached to their buggy commenced kicking,
fell down, broke the shafts oil, and started
to run, but was caught jut in time by Dr.
S. F. Smith and Mr. Tlios. B. Maeklin, who
happened to be near.
Mr. John T. Buckley has recently made
great improvements in his stove nnd tin
store, on St. Clair street. Having purchned
the building, he has extended it back eighteen
feet, taken out one of the stairways, put in
new shelving, which makes the room three
feet wider, thereby g.iining a great deal
more space for the display of the huge stock
of heating and cooking stoves he has just
received for the fall and winter trade, lie
has determined to sell for cash only, and
will sell you goods at your own prices on
Mr. Chas. It. Gresham has sold out his
interest in the grocery nt the corner of
Third and Shelby streets, South Frankfort,
to Mr. John W. Johnson, who will here
after conduct the of that establishment,
and will be glad to see his many
friends. Mr. Gresham has built up quite a
good trade at that point, which was steadily
increasing, hut owing to the death of a
relative he is compelled to return to his old
home, near Gogginsville, Georgia, to take
charge of a plantation and, leave- with
Mr. Johnson has for the past three or
four years been clerking for Mr. II. H. Wil
liams, and is well known to our citizens as
a polite, accommodating, and competent business
young man, and his long experience
will enable him to select and keep constantly
on hand a line of goods that will
meet the wants of the people in that
section of the city. We wish him success
in his new enterpiise.
Mrs. Carr Chiles isvi&iting friends in Louisville.
Mrs. Cornelia Bush lias removed to Louisville.
Gen. Green Clay Smith and wife are in
Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, is visiting
Miss Lutie Ware.
Mi- Lutie Chiles is visiting friends near
Bagdad, Shelby county.
Misses Mattie Page and Mamie Bull are
visiting relatives in Louisville.
Mrs. W. II. Brinkwoith has been visiting
friends in Cincinnati thin week.
Miss Sallie Sneed left for Louisville
Thiiisdav afternoon to visit hiends.
.Mi- Elvira P. Breunnn, of St. Joseph,
Missouri, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis.
Mi.-s Fannie Taylor has returned from a
month's visit to relatives in Cincinnati.
Mm. J. W. McEwan, of Midway, visited
relatives in this city the first of the week.
Mi.-s Jennie Duvall left last week fur St.
Lou- to visit her sister, Mr.-. Sneed.
W. C. Lutkemeier and S. Fuh1.
returned Monday from a two months' visit
Capt. W. S. Stone and wife left Wednesday
afternoon for Oweusboro, where tliev
wiil leside in future.
Misses Minnie ami Mollie Bronniigh, of
hae been visiting Mis-Maggie
Owen the past week.
Jas. W. and Thos. HeH'ncr, jr ,
left Wednesday morning (or a two week's'
vi-it to friends in Ciicleville, Ohio.
Mr-. W. L. Collins returned Monday
evening fiom a month's visit to friend" m
Louisville, New Albany, ami Spencer county.
Mr. Stewart Gavje, of Columbus, Kentucky,
has been visiting lelative.s in thiscitv
the past week. He left for home Wednesday
Mrs. M. Wayls nnd children, Mr.
Willis Mi.-s Maud, and Master Willie, left
Monday for a visit to the Cincinnati, Exposition.
Mi.-s Kate Urlon, of Middletown, will arrive
in thin city this afternoon, and will
spend several weeks with the family ol Mr.
John Jj. Jones.
Mr. Geo. G. Graham, who has been living
in New Mexico for the past two years, will
return in a short time to visit "riends and
relatives in this city and court.
K. F. J. Tinlmu nml fam;,y, of Frankfort,
visited Genl. Berry last e'elc. Also
and Stephen Tn.oue, of Louisville.
J'ciullcton item in Henry Count, Local,
Miss Carrie Archer, who has been visiting
the MY. John L. Jones the paet
week, was called to her home in Madison,
Indiana, Wednesday morning on account of
Dr. J.Q A Stewart and wife left Monday
morning for Elmore, Pennsylvania, to attend
the annual meeting ct the National
Association of Superintendents of Schools
Mr. nnd Mis. Joeph Kobinson left Wednesday
evening for Eureka Springs, Arkansas,
where Mr. 1$. hopes to find relief Irotn
rheumatism from which he has been
for several months.
Present His Ilonoi, Mayor Tavlor and
Connciliiien Bush, Brislan, Drane, Luschcr.
Milium, and Williams.
The minutes of the hist meeting read and
The following petitions were presented:
01 Willis ami Ann Childs, asking to be
placed on pauper list, lielerred to Committee
on Charity with power to act, Of
David Kirkpatrick to erect frame house
on Mcro street; of Jas. F. Gibbons for
license to keep snloon in room formerly
occupied by H. S. Ellis of Fred Nickels, for
saloon license; of M. II. t P. Williams, jr.,
for grocery license; of Mike Crowley to
transfer grorery license to Joe Bohannan.
All of which were granted. Of D. L. Italy
and others to have gutter on St. Clair street,
from Herrmann building to corner ol Broadway
repaired. Referred to Committee on
streets. Of A. It. Crutcher, Chas Belts,
and George Wheat, asking to be elected
Reports of various City Officers for
month ol September presented and appropriately
Numerous accounts were presented and
referred to appropriate caininittees to be
reported upon at the next meeting.
On Motion. Couiicilinen Drane. BrMau,
and Milam were appointe.l a committee to
inquire into and report upon the expediency
of increasing the pay of police
On motion of Councilman Milam, the
Committee on Streets were empowered to
have a bridge built on Ewiug street, between
the property of Mrs. Jane Page and Mrs.
The suspension of Officers Stephens and
Gayle from duty on the charge of being off
their beats when on duty, was referred to a
com mittee composed of Couiicilinen Drane,
Brislan and Milam lor investigation nnd
The Council then adjourned,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. 1.
BARGAINS IN GROCERIES.
Don't grumble about hnril times or high prices
for groceries when you can go to
And buy 3 packages best Arbuckle
Coffee for 50 cents.
2 lbs, Green CoiTcc for 2oc,
11 " Brown Siiar " 1.00
0 " Loaf Lard " 1,00
Anl all other kinds of Grocerius in proportion,
iilso Notion? ami Furnishing Goods.
Herndon Building, Sjtiti Frankfoit.
rpilt: USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON
X. (jxwcUca nt tho Kentucky Institution for
tho l'Muc.itiou ii'id Training (if Feeble Minded
Children will horcaficr tnko laco every Friday
ufteinoon from 2 to 4 o'clock 1. M. Tho Institution
if open for visitors nt any time when most
convenient for thsui to attend!
JOHN O.. A. .VfKWART, Supcrlntcdont.
MEMO VAX !
REPAIRER AND ENGRAVER.
Has removed his establishment to tho opposite
Saint Clair Street, UVunkfort, IyM
Whoro ho krops constantly on htuiJ a full und
complete stock of
GOLD and SILVERWARE,
which ho is rolling ut tho lowest cash prices,
I will keep constantly
CALL AND SEE ME AT THE
e event or
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on hand a Full Stock of
and Fancy Groceries,
and Vegetables of all
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
Thursday, Eriday & Saturday Oct. 5, 6, &7,
When we will show the grandest stock of Fine Millinery and Dress
Goods ever seen in this city. All other departments now
compile. All goods marked in plain figures.
ONE! PEICE TO ALL.
All invited to attend.
HARRIS & HERRANN.
OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER.
P. WEI-MAMS, Jr.
soe eason :
RETAIL DEALER IN
First-class Grocery always
the lowest figures for cash.
Sept., 3.3 m.
and virility to call at the old stand of
building, next door to the and examine
which I am offeiing at
anRis foe, cash.
hand a lot of first class
piomptly attended to.
Groceries, Liquors, i
Every thing kept in a
on hand, and for sale at
None but the best goods
WOULD respectfully invite the citizens of
I J. U. Graham & Sons in Major Hall
my large and complete stock of fine furniture,
I also have on
I AM OFFERING
In all its branches a specialty. Orders
Has already received all the novelties in fall
SUITING AND TROWSERING,
COME AKTD LSAVE TQTOK, OHDEII..
20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the
50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles.
Washing sent to Laundryevery Monday morning, and returned Saturday.
Leave your packages at the store.
CRUTCHER m STARRS,
Main Street, Frankfort ami Lcxinvton.