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FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT.
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m ocmd cl matl'.tbto matter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS,
E33.t.r R,2s.cl. is.'olisls.e; --.
FRANKFORT, DKCKMHEH 2, 18S2.
Hcv. T)r J .Tnnp. Intvof i.l
n!arm ol tire was ygiinded and the
at the , m, r caieij l)1!t( m n ftn. hm:ketof wrUt
U)v morning iiim! evcnlm:. extinguished the ihimcs. It wa rumored
Nev-7 Paper.
IToa, Martin W LnUup, hite of the
Lo!;in il'e Sunday 'evv., nnd Mr. linrrv
Evans, boh of Morn? of this J"" reeeivul ft Imrrel o! gasoline, lint H lay
ritv. have purchased (he nrM.in: uioler il 'I"-' sidewalk and had never hoei,
ued h Den nndlatidy .y ! I""'- Ho onlerti more than
Company, find will ome j rel at, n. time and does not keep that in hiw
eilnbhthmeiii. but ha it stored
lime next week begin the of n
daily paper in.this ciy, j The fif.Yn.inry of "the organic
I ,ion of lhg Cbriatiao Church tlii
u, city
A i.r(i..K fire occurred in Versnilh
The church with
on Thm.Uiviii Dae. A n,.,rro voman I001'1"
locked her three children in hop room BlllJ jolv revon was o: Raised by
EMer T. Joht.m. ol neorwn.
went nwav to work, it U 1 ! nt
' a,,,! El,ipr R S K,l,i' w,, Ht lc time tw
Iho children knoeked iheRUneHpe down
nnd et the hou?c on C.e " It '. Mt.ff R ! c,,'luc,,,S !1 v".v tV.riIiiiie
(nr hiU1' hU Un""
small trnme, il was in full Maze di- . J'01"" m
. . . ''Piiimlnp H 111." tltiHu mites fiom Kwinlrl'i' I.
i'overel, ninl one ol the cl.iniicn vux luirneil
lo deatli, badly mjt.rt ' that it
will die, and the thud -v"'! . -i The
hoiie was totally di'str"U'd wi'i, aii it
-at-
The Hoard of U..S. Engineer appointed , beHup numbers three hundred and forty-to
investigate- tiie conduct ol the work on thrte.
the Ktntucky riwr, arrived i-, thi city' Thr occasion of its flftifth
Sunday on bonrd the Stumor ' xvi'1 '' lull of historic hitereeU. a.nd Eider
Hornet, and on Monday morninsf met at the j -,ft,l- "dio orguaised the- church, ami wnait'i
Ifotel for (he puip ol heatmu' ' ! l'.cber for tlie first jearc o( itft
iwideiice in re ' existence, will preach in the forenoon at 11
lined the nru.ageinei t of the work ! o'clock. A cordial invitation io wetcaded lo
bv Mv. AV. II. M.lrra !in,l ..;'.. .. nt t) -a I "II
city. A number ol witness?", were examined
duiinj thnt day nnd Tuesday morn-
int, und the olSoei? compodiij the Board
lift on the afternoon train Tacydny for
Ciiicitinati, where they will probftbiy :imke
up tneir leporl.
A difliculty occurred Thttrsday
at the grocery of Sli Gardner, about a mile
a 'id iv half from the city on the Versailles
pike, which resulted in the death of u negro
by the name of George Grayson. Itfcems
Grayson owed Gardner, the proprietor ot
ihe lotty centp, and wj !
asked iiy that iuvividual for the amount,
when some high words nrosp, atn (4ra8on
drew a Barlow pocket knile and btaittd
towards Gardner, paying be won J i;ivi him
lorty cents, when Gaiduer nrew r. pistol
and fired, the ball striking (.rayon i- the
rif;ht eye, piiuaing tlirouii the head, and
i
upon as a bad man, having ,er ed a term
in the peui.eutmiy. Ab..ut a yea. y, he
had a fii38 with nia brotlier i,h! n the row
teceived a lo:d ol bird shot m lm and .
rhonldei from a gun in ibi niids of the
lormcr.
Gardner camq in and gav. ...niM.n up,
and will have his examining trial Monday.
BeHides all this, it i a (act tint there
evry reason tuat e,in posiliiv - (hat i
the btatc Capital should come to u""'ue " " M'"8 V r ' "uu,cn"'1' " ,ure
and be built right on the ol the j -Xe,,le
Ui.ier !ty I ,ii!dinr' Thtrv aie, Mr J. Swi:;it Taylor, of t IiOuiti, is
some very nidi peopb in Fi nk'oit, hue' hi- pare? i m thir; cit .
tl.Af t..J ,fT Ittf. f.Ati,,..l ,, i .,,,,. . .. ,
-....
. . . ,
line now tapuoi ouudjiiir tnut . ai ouicr
to have down under a hill on ihe Laiik, of I
a river, hsjcingti". u the p! ..v .
for it, and we want a Une nottl lo indue, it
1
tnoome Jieii' and to take care of the in .-'
i.. .... -l .i .,...1 .
. ' " . ,
'0 make an organized fiori to get tin
( apuo. hetc. Ustxiymi Tmnjeripl.
Bui it piriked that o., rei
son oxieiH which you have lot ijht of,
That line new capitol building in abeady
about completed, and :t:t "li I
"ui.aerahillon thebaiiKu o' a o.-" burst-
.,,.,. , . 1
tiver, ami iih foundnt .jmh u In;, and .
solid that, like tin. Ii.ilmun ..i -k. nil '
. . , ,. , . , ., . ,
b leant up tup 11 I liar igfunii
effon"' iuia been made by L,;i'ii'ton every
., ,
year or tnoi.ii.Ci 1 !.,
ana tnc capnoi lias not mid" , ncn
The furious uhurjje of the M.illigan
(hiards, iluriuy the hint Mission yi tin hegis
iflature, did not oven shako i Iin t ou
worry, eonny, when the - put on
wheels it will hardly be u dow;, at the
vtllngeon the hank ol the ma
jestic Town' Fori:, but will Ut .carried u
Keuiiieky'ri metropolU at the K.iljn of the
Ohio, where M.t0. .lohtmou reijjueth not,
and men fall not down and woih!p Jot;
Blntikhuru.
"Hough on
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flics, anU,
t.kunlta, 3hipmunks, yopl.ew.
'inc. JJruggisto
Toys at Tom- Own Price 'at GBIFFHf
nwm ni mcsnvvma:in'.rumammmw.'secmt
Ahotit oV'ock Saturday afternoon ft
colored hoy in (bo ctuplox of Mr. John T
Iluckley wan sent into the cellar ot the old
Commonwealth Imilritng lor Mite charcoal
. . , ., ...
nnd took n coal oil Inmp down will. Inn,
' lie at the IiUiiji down 01) the pile of
I cool, went tinok tip Main, mul while lie wba
-one tho charcoal Iffi: lo creep from
. utnler the lump, when it wns ow luinoil,
(ho oil ran out, took lire and in u lilile
while the cellar unx full ol mnoko The
oil the street that a Imtrel of had
i esplodn.1 in the cellar, hut (litre wrtt none
i re. hh only lire brick, sewer pipe, and
. chaieoul are kept in i(. Mr. Buckley had
l . . . . .. ...
' ' '
.
m the ("iwetiton 'pike Duriiig the lifty
ji'ias of its existence the church ha. had in
till itt'hl ditVerent preacher-., and ha received
into its meinbcivhiii Peven hundred
and sixty three lis prfcitt mem
The cellar of the grocery of Mr, L. Tobin
was enterered on Sunday tiiht, and five
piece e of new bucon, hatiih and ijhoulder.",
curried off The thief ellected an entrance
by raising the iron grating in front of the
bar-room and eliding down into the coal bin.
He then went into the other cellar, .secured
tho meat, opened a door leading into an
alley next the Market-house, and left. A
negio by the name of Sfitn Girden, who
had been employed for one day last week,
and bv Mr. Tobin, wafl arrested
on suspicion, from the lacl (ht.t he appeared
in !i nciosH the street Inle Ihntnifjht
with cobwebs on his hat, and when taken
down into the cellar hi- loo: exactly fitted
the trnel. made by tin. thiel in he eoft clay
ol .lie cellar tiocr, nnd n:s fuocs were
stained with the bune kind ol earth.
Girden i- the fiiiiic lellow that, about n
iyear:;o, was loci'i by a Young lady liijden
nnnir l.pr hcil ni t!n Xf.iriw.'.;linr Urtlcl
on .. ni0 er ntQm w mhf. fof lhp
Uifl e.uminiun.tl W-l! take place to-day.
c. . ..
Personal.
Mi Annie I, .lone-is voting relatives
at I.JTrnnse
w ,, ii, rj.(l, , A.lnn ., ..::,;
frii is .it "
M:. E F. Mur-hull, of thie'ty, is
lvla'iiet. in Chicayo.
t.... l ..i... ,.r..i...n ,. i ..:.. .ii.. . ,
Mis . hi.r: een visittn
, , . . ,
r"!',t,vts "' I-''-v" -
M.-- B ui. Clark, . ' Gnthiii To.Jd
1, : visiting Miee f'nir.e Graham
r, . n .vlcCiiire i i .. . .. n
a. tl. lett lot tie bwi k
,'.1n,'fcil(ii mn.ri.iur .,1.111.1,. I ,,,
Mr. W. J. Hughes led Moniiay loi
Bur, kd Arkii'icHs 'ior hi.-, huallh.
Mr -i ImIhi tV Met'iuie nnd uiildrm are
v!rtit''' !"" Irenu i-i the Stan.p.nj; Ground.
ol L.niiMViJIe, is ii?iiii.t
l;'"; danfilu.r, Mm. S P J':...dr, South
Mill
Ir 1f""jr?" K M"rr HI,d w'u turned
livm a Mr" to Inendp. in IJi.ion,
(,(,nu
'-
, i r n m
IHIHI 111,. Uf Ulll llll.4l IM JlilS'J
'iInllp Do of jJm,,. .;.,1)ni,,i
Tliutsdjy.
Mrs. Ann Kuvsell and daughter, Mi-a
May, have retitrtu 1 to the city in,l taken
room. at Mrs M .1
Mr- Janus Hoi man jr , ;!( for Louif-ville
moriiii tu mhi tier MtjlciH,
Mih M.dl and Mi.- CheniLmm
Mrn M. 1. (ieorce, who has been visiting
relatives in iImh city fi s. eral weeks,
to hor home in Chicago lafat week.
Mrs. J. r F. Tilton. ,, Mia Addie
Meek, and dnuhter, of For K cough,
are iiting Mti. B V. Meek in thid
city.
Elder P. K Fall and wif. have moved
into the cily to spend ih winter. Thev
have Toonib in ihe house uf Mrs. A. B
Lew it).
llipMi'siiMM Archer, who linn hep
her cniiKiii M'"" Annie1 L. .Jon,
Innno, miicli to the resrrel '! e
Mnin !ri't jiimiI.
i xt.. w... t.. .....:.. .....i ,... :t. (.... !.
. I in I It III I'l U1JII II ID IIH( iuiiiii. nrv v
...i ,., v..,.!l.r.l .oin.iv. Mr. M. wll
j,.nL. o 1 1 n :.- ol ihe conin'r 'nhoji ut .
Lnhret V (indium'), DiMillciy.
I ,. :U1 Mr- .la.i. A. Hoilcc petit Sn
unlay id'l.t in tliif city, on their way to the
.Mumpinu (.trotiml to vi-it ,Miv. II. liitlier,
Dr. E li. filaek, who ts quite rick.
Mr. J Monte Tharp, who bus 1 een
iii Vcm Viriiiui with a c.irpH ol
jilnjjincitfj, Mirvfjiiu: lor a new lailrond,
the ,tci iiiouiIh, ietur:i"'i home Monday.
lnnki.ii: in splendid h uilth.
itoij re
In thin cliy, on November 23th, to
Mi. Philip tinin oixl wife, ,i iJuuglitor.
In flii city Vo.liii""lay, November, "Oth,
Lu.'ihb Armii.ii, inf.iut ilmightnr of JtolxTt U.
ui.il .Murv 1 rniiU'i'ii
.MUH..HM w.m. imn.
STOCK -FOR SALE.
10 Horses and 10 Mules,
mucin,: from four to ciirht , cars old, nil hrol.cn
sun ready l.ir mnrl;et, ,iro olTorcd tor unlo at
reasonabli
COLON M, J0NJG3.
ilo Firmilalt, Kentucky.
87, m "SOT.T.TW
MW9 ullu "ikr irjP v&itii.'TKbtZiim t tiiM
Xt3ulr In
PEES! J AND SALT MEATS,
EaiOr.C STRECT, SOUTH FIWfJKFQRT.
sai'saoi: I'.'i ci.i ii:h i'ockd.
POHK sJ'EAK.5 121 CENTS PKR POUND.
opior promjitly attended to.
dec.
TKL1 the NBI6EB0ES
JTOI3 SMITH, Sli.,
IIuBopoaed a now store, ut BLOOMINGTON,
where, ho keeps a full lino of Gla and
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, io.. hich
he solid nlienp for cash. Country produce
wauled.
Nov. 25.3m.
Holiday Presents
PHILIP SELBEET,
KEPAiKtR AfJD EKGRAVEfl,
Hub joEt received n largo and fino eclectod
ftock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
DIAMONDS, JEWLBYS
3SPE0TA0LBS, &C,
which ho offors ct bottom caah pileos.
Osi Sold &nd Silver T&ksn In EzGh&ngo.
Snint Glu.lv Btreet, DBVanlifort, 3y.
ropt.
FOE, S-A-LE.
i in i f m.
Said fnrin 53 Cvo iniloj from Erankfcrt, on tho
Kentucky rlvor, below tho city. Tho Frankfort
ft I'lnt Crook Turnpike pnates it on one nlde, and
tho Kentucky river washos it on the other. It
is composed of uhout CO acres of
EIVEIi BOTTOM LAND,
and the balance osoollun thill TOBACCO LAND.
About 40 twrcfl of it i WELL TIMBEJiCF.
On St is r. sploudid
TIB STORY 8TQSE IESIIEBBE,
two tobneco barnB, stal)lc3, aod othor
Bujldoj It is well fenced, and hoe on it
ono or two good tenement Iiouscd.
l'or terms of ealo consult MRS. LUCY DAVIS,
Fnml'fort, Ky., or Kcott & Trench, Attornoys ut
Lr.w, Frunlifort, Ky. nov.
it JL ituwliilj
llae just recoived his full and Winter plock of
STAPLE A.TCD "PAKCY
nnf fgfTi WTJ r nir
un uuu Q Ota- fll vj ).
NOTIONS, &C.
Call and eoe him at Svigert's old
stand,
St. Clate Street, Frankfort, Kentucky
Nov.
BEOS.' Weaet Week.
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OVERCOATS TO BE SOLD BY
ciJr
And if Low Prices will
fco meet you. I)o not purchase an overcoat until
you have seen our stock, as it will Day you to look
at our goods before buying elsewlibre.
ONE PE1CE. LOWEST PSICE.
HARRIS & HERRANN.
Proprietors Arcade.
ipTOP TOP WTpp ?
I would respectfully inform the citi.cnt, of Frankfort that I have remeved my atock of
T". T" T t9 1.T a T it
TO THE WAREHOUSE ON TIIK
Cvjx vxv ew utwii EK(t vztii
Next door to the office of Mcfsts, W, A. Gaines & Co., rherc I am culliuj the old stock al
."Reduced Prices.
New Goods ccuLtanlly received. Cr.ll early if you wish to get the 50 per ccut. reduction in
former prices,
I I vy 3, Dy'-8 'Sj L33 E,S pi JPt4
In all its branches a specialty, Orders promptly attended to.
"e. bogies.
May aory.
FISH AND. OYSTER DEPOT
0 11 i u
1 will keep constantly
UW Staple
r r Fresli Fruit and Vegetables of all
I L .kinds, Fresh 'Fish and Oysters.
CALL AHB SEE ME AT THE
sS&T 1
M is vw . Ksasaj ra
K Vf 12 13 s? &jj
WHOLESALE AND
11 D
rocenes, uquers,
FIBHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS,
FOEEIGN FETIIT8, &C,f
AM STREET, iPRAHKFOTlT, EX
very thin?? kept in a First-class Grocery alwavs
hand, and for sale at tho lowost .feures for rssh.
s
on
Ione but tlie best goods
raa i MK e,Wt Ut V Jitf IS.wa 1297E m S K x: r.
in p 11
liLililliHil i I ill Li
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mil LAltCUi) MEH.
VOii SSI ALL ;skk.
FOR BOYS.
THE-
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m y w 5??PM
1 1 6
$
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Al.Vra? J. 9 '
sell them wo arc prepared
T "Z! XT' f.
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sK.sasT,
uw.iL'jjt,wy.i.v ?vP u iflt y
on hand a Full Stock of
and Fasicy Groceries,
OLD CHEAP 5QHK CCBHER.
SIS rsunsu
r
RETAIL DEALER IN
5Sa !:
sgars, b odsgcos,
sold
Sept. tn.
1 ft H Wj
U II lie
Has already recoived all tlie novelties in fall
SOTTING AHB TBOWSEBIffG.
OOMS AH25 OXJB, 03a5MS3a.
20 cases of the very Inst ready made clothing just opened, all tlie
kttcst styles.
50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles.
Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned hat
urday. Leave your packages at the store.
CRUTCHER STARKS.
Main Street, Frankfort and Lcxim'ton,
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