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tinterciliutho at Frankfort, lvcntuck
a Second cH mailable mutter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS,
FIUXKFOUT, XOVUMllElt II, 1S82.
A blue pencil tnnrl; (X) on your paper
imlicntcs tlidt your subscription 1in not
been paid for some time, and you are le-
qne?tetl to settle nt onee.
Secure your ThaiiK'iving turkeys in
JIY. IT. S. Urtiita lin lea soil the WalJcei
Stephens place, on tlie Louisville pike, and
will sboitlv remove to it.
The sidewalk from this city to Tnylortou
i an asnml (act. The amount linn been
pub-scribed and the work will be done in a
Mr. John A. Grave, of thw city, but formerly
of Union county, and Mi- Corn M".
Wilkeron, of this county, eloped from
Wednesday afternoon and weie married
nt bi-i sister's in Louisville. It that
.Mr. Gi lives was quite a Indie.- man and had
enjiajed himself to another young lady in
this cilv who had made her
to marry him next week. It
n cruel (iap))uintiiont to her, but
she can congratulate .heiself upon having
made so narrow an escape from being lied for
lite to so fickle a creatine.
The following is the vole for
in this county on Tue-day :
Peak's Mill. 5.j
Forks i;ikhorn 100
Bloom ington 41
Cedar Hun So
Court llone 1255 130
(iiii Hou-e I.'JO 241
At Benson one vote was cat for "W. H.
Sliced and at the Couit House one for Rodman.
The votes at the Market House
precinct were thrown out fur the reason that
the ofliceia of election in that precinct,
after counting i!ie ballots, burned them
of placing them in the box and sealing
it up as required by law. The vote
there Blackburn, 172; Asburv, 1"8.
A Frankloit Dispatch say.-:
"Two men of the Guards were
Why not give their names and the
and chaiacterol the wound ? Covington
Gj)itmowca!tt G7A inii
"Their names and the location and char'
acter of their were giwn in the
Louisville Commercial and Cornier Journal
of the 3d instant and in both the papers of
thin city on the 4th insi. If you aie
anxious to know, however, will gie
ihen'i again :
Corporal Duncan Holmes was slightly
wounded in the face bv u buck-hot grazing
Private Lewis Scott was struck near the
crown of his head by a buck-.-hot, which
bunied itself under the and the end o!
the second linger of his left hand was shot
on" by the same soit of
The boy on the wharf boat, who fired his
little pistol in the air, of wounded
them; not the "wild hoh" on the Icrryhoat,
oh, no! Theyweie not armed.
A new floor lnu. been laid in the engine
house and the stalls have been brought into
the back pint ot the room of the building
and arranged so that the face
the stieet, and when an alarm i- given by
.-imply pulling a rope a lattncegate in front
of each .stall is thrown open, the horses are
released from their halters, and inn in their
place. TIih is very much more convenient
than the old arrangement when a huge door
at therear of the building as well aslhe stall
doors had to lie opened in order to allow
the horses to come in, and thevdo not have
go far to go in order to reach then position".
The old Manic lm, been turned into a
for feed, loom for which was very
much needed heretofore. The Chief hit,
had a register placed in theccufic of the
building bearing the names of each man
employed to remain at the and when
all are there the names are covered by
filidej, but when one wishes fo leave lie is
lequiicd to pull out the slide over his name
and lake it with him, and while hi name
uncovered no one else is allowed to
"Hough on Rats."
Clenrrfotit ruin, mice, roiiulio, IlicH, nnta,
lit-il-bus, ftlcunkft, cliipniunks, gopher.".
If Oitnnh Inn your en?e of
smell and bearing, Hall'- (.'atanb Cure will
enie you. To cenH per bottle.
Theic will be an open meeting of the
Good Templars at their hall, in Odd Feb
Iowm Temple, next Tlmrsdav evening, at ".
o'clock. Good speeches, good and a
gooil time. Everhod i. invited.
Mrws. A. II. and H. K. MeCltire have
sob! the hirire biick dwelling hotwe on
Main "trnet. known a the Price propeity,
to Meri. W. A. Gained ' Co , for $(' .Till)
eah. Gaines A; Co., will tear
il away in the spring and enct a large
and ofllee on its site.
The eoiiidete stock of heatius: and
eookimr stoves to be seen in the city N at
.John T Buelile's, lie has ivceiitly
his store-room which enable.-, him to
make a of lift Mock, and
he has some beautiful goods. Mr. Buckle)
will hcreaiter remain in the house all the
time ami all wotk left there
will uce'ne prompt attention, as be makes
tnal branch of bis a specialty.
His teim" will be cash in futiiic.
Mr. W. T. Banyan I as just received from
Brainaid, Armstrong A; Co., of
Philadelphia, one of the eaes for
holding spool silk we have ever sect,. It is
of elegant carved walnut, tin-drawers being
gins front, an is filled with spools of silk and
twisiolall r.izes and of every conceivable
shade. In the centre is a larje mil rot- and
in the top i a nice little clock licking away.
It is a hando:ne piece of furnituie and will
supply the ladies with some of the prettiest
tin end they ever ran thiougb the ee ol a
. Berherich, the S.. Clair tailor, is
making the "neatest fitting suit- lor the
lowest cash pi ice.
Mrs. George is friends in
M.iss Iila Crockett is relatives in
Mrs. J. L. Sliced left Wed lies lay for
Loui-ville to visit relatives
Little Miss Julia McClure has been visiting
friends in Alton this week.
Mis. D M. Voodon will leave Monday
for to visit her mother.
Mi. Maria Haner has returned from a
mouth's visit to relatives in Scott.
Mr. Sid. S. King, of Belle Point, left
to vi-it relatives in Missouri.
Capt Jefleison Peak, of Dallas, Texas,
is visiting hi.- neice, Mr.". M. H. Wayts.
Mis- Bettie Forbes, of Stnnfoid, is victim:
the family of Mr. John Cain, South
Mi"s Ella Freeman leit for
Loui-ville to vi-.it her sister, Mrs.
Mr-. Judge Geo C Diane left
morning tor a month's vi-it to friend- near
Col. 1!. W. Scott will leave for hi- winter
home, near Melonvillu, Florida, the first
of the week.
D. L. Thornton, Iq.. of Into
been in attendance upon the coiuis in the
cit this week.
Kbler T. F. Campbell. President of
Monmoth College, On' jou. ha- been veiling
Pi of. J. D. L'icketi thiy week.
Mr. ('has. K. Hafl'aud wile returned
a llei noon ol week from u two
months' visit to his patents in Peru, New
In this cit on the (iil inJt., to .rudf,'B W. L,
.It-it ami iff, a son.
A tho resMcnuu of tlis liriilu's fntlier, "n Oetn.
lur 1!S, Mr. .lohn H. ItnMlnh mid Mi,.Mnry
Taj lor, diiu'lit r of Til mipfon T.iylor, IImj.
In Kichinond. Va., on the 1M, M Aiin vuiitta
(JlM'V.v, diiughthr of .lolm M. ninl l.v,i'U,
I. iwis, in tin m cond viar of lu.r age,
"Mourn nut, mother, rtata thoa hlttur tears to
Why bhoulilst thou for tho happy and thu
Thy little linhy surolv i not ilrad,
Ifnt retuth in a ipuet holy
Sicknea" and pain can rank her little form no
With hui the trials' of a sinful world ara o'er.
"She tuMcd hut enough of tit!. col 1 heartless
E'on enough of pain wrn given,
That whi'ti her spirit hm! its angil wings 1111
Might know how swnut it i- tinlvvelltn llenvonj
Oil ! siiu hut Ieaiuu I liy pun hov, suuet tho U'st
With which nil born to HeuMii Mullhulurci Link
"I know 'twas hard for than from thy dear hiiho
'Tin flmli indeed is weal,' it con tiieu many
I know it sorely trh'd thy Under heart,
"T 11 hard trial for a mother's hoirt to hear:
Tho liO'd v.lio gave- lar to thcu did hut take- tlio
Quiifit thou not say, 'and ever ble?scd lo His
muoo '! ' "
C. II. Hi ohm n Louisville, sns : "I tiird
Brown's Iron Biltus to tone in sytem,aiid
lound it what 1 wjintid."
FOE SALEOR RENT!
A I)i:stRAlM.l fua.mi:
lth ten room, liulls, etc., iiml hit
lllll b iW loot . picket fence ciiclimirf. Two
lilni; snutli iile of tlio bridge, mi the corner of
Orojs ii nl CnnvMiy ttrvt'ti. It notsolil will lcae
on montlily p iv mntit.
also von sai.k.
Two Int' on WnsMnjtiin street, near Brnmln.iy,
,iuirl!i niile) 40 liv 100 feet e.iell. Tlli'to I" a
Kinble en one of them. A. W. DUDhKY.
I T RUBY4H
II s jurt raeeivo'l his fall anil Wliitrr Mock of
STAPLE AND FAXCY
Call and seo him at Svigert's old
St. Chir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky
No. it 3111.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY,
STOYiiS AND TIN-WARE,
llii! juM (1 11 larpo stuck of bnso Imrncr
FOR SOFT COAL, AND
THE WEST POINT!
lO It IIAP.1 COAL,
Also tho celebrated
AND SPLENDID COOK STOVES,
which he is selling very low,
For CASH Only !
A PULL ST00K OF
Che Tin -ware
CONSTANTLY ON MASS).
TIB nODFIHB ABB JOS WOHK II SPECIALTY.
A "Valuable Frantlin County Farm.
T offur my firm for sale containing P0 acres;
10 suitalilo tohaoco, ?nid farm is
s i t n nt i 1 one mill from Peik's Mill, and lrilf
milu trnm lurnpiko. If not gold hy tho first of
March it will ho tented for tlio jcur 183.
Tln.ro aro on tlio premises a good Dwelling
Hiue, Iiariicp, Stahk'", te , gojd Orchard,
plenty of Water and vyoll tiinhcred.
F.n further p ulieiil.ir?, a)ily to A. Jackson,
Pmk's Mill, or lho undersigned ut Siiclhv v.llo,
W. P. ROACH.
Nov. I Mm.
GRAT AND MANTLE SETTING
And Jol) Woik of all Kinds in llrick .Masonry
jiioinjuly attended to, either in the city or
1 unity. Leave orders at the tin and stove
store of Mi. John T. IHickley.
Oct. 28-1111. 'A. 15. NORWOOD.
n vs commi:nci:d his
FRESH AMD SALT MEATS,
ll"uf, Mutton, Totk, Veil, Vonibon, 5ullalo,
and nil kitnU of (iainuiu tho
Mat kft; also
FRESH AKD SMOKED SAUSAGE,
and Hum Sniiige, lilood Pudiliuga
and Liver Wllrt, and Head Cliuuro ; ulto
Fresh Lard ?id Bacon.
All ordei proiuiilly itttindod to. Cull telephone
station iiumhbi lift.
CASH ON DELIVERY,
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OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY
And if Lov Prices will sell tliem we are prepared
to meet you. Bo not purchase an overcoat until
you have seen our stock, as it will pay you to 2ook
at our goods before buying elsewhere.
ONE PRICE. LOWEST PRICE.
HARRIS & HERRANN.
III ill I HPflT
y vy ii j! u g.ua eis v u
rrsei a Xtk n 1
fea R fed
I will keep constantly on
PllillPf Staple and
i 1 1 B F Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all
J 0 U iL kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters.
CALL AND SEE ME AT THE
mm tttt 1
qb ewbb vzsty u s
J I 5
hand a Full Stock of
OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER.
"$&&' 14 "tsz&y y EL n
RETAIL DEALER IN
Tl XJ its, &o.,
lowest figures for cash.
Frankfort and vicinty to call nt tlio old stand
next door to tlio and examine
which 1 am offering at
a lot of first class
A. C II I UST E S.
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Kl,a M e
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m n n h 3 8 U fl
uu a s & i vu
si LO 1111 y
ml i N
M fei kfai
the novelties in fall
iis rovB, OEvsmsL.
;p Oil. Jill a IS" in
Everything kept in a First-class
on hand, and for sale a.tthe
None but the best goods
i" WOULD respectfully iinilclliecitifiisof of
J. R. f'li.iliam A: Sons in Major Hall building,
my large anil complete stock of fine furuitiiro,
VSBY SaOW FXG'DPB
I also hat on hanil
8 E "W 1 1ST G M
I AM OFFERING
In all its branches a s.puculty. Orders j)iomptly
I KSp Vp
Has already received all
CQM13 AKTO 3iSAVa
FOR LARGE MEN.
JWt. SMALL MEN.
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 Laundry every Monday morning, and returned Saturday.
Leave your packages at the store.
CRUTCHER m STARKS.
JSFmn Street, Frankfort and Lexington.