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FKANKFOttT, DVlOfiMBKn 2, 1BS2.
Commencing Monday, Octobsr 6, the following
tine table will bo In effect on the I. & N. It. U, far
this iflint. . .
Leave Leave Arrive at
Louisville. Frankfort. l.ovintoni
No. IS. . ;:co a, m. 10:57 A. M. !3 A. M,
No, 20 . . 7:26 p. M. 9:53 '. M. ItlOJ t M,
Vo. as . 2:35 I'. M. i8 r. m. i'. m.
Vo. r. . 5:151'. M. arr. tit t rAnkiortetjo r. m,
Leave Lave Arrive at
Lo).iti;ton. Frankfort. Louisville.
No. 17 . . . 7:00 a. tt. 8:15 a. ft. 10:53 A. i.t.
No. 23 leaves I rnnkfott (5:o a. tt.arr. Lou.o'.to a. m.
No. 19 . . . 3!,o r. J.t. 4:10 t'. M. 6:40 r. M.
No. at . . . t:to r. M. a'.ij r. it. 5:13 1: ft,
Train No. 1: makes rouncction for Cincinnati, ar.
mini; thereat 7:1s, p. in, Twin No. 23 makes con
section for Cinclmia I, nrrivinc; tltarc at tatij, p. m,
Ko. 14 in ,1;, s connection from Ctic5nn"l', leaving
there r.C 3:07, p, in., arriving at Frankfurt at 8:30,
n. I'. 11RVAN, ARcr.t.
LI85EST illB CinHB COUNTY
The first anow of the Gcatson foil Tuesday
Another wedding has been ae. for tho 7th
inftf. hv Madame Humor.
The firm of Ibiilv A Calvert, procrc, on
Mnricct htrcet, has dissolved. Mr. Calvert
Rev. J. V. prencfie i hiH lu&t
a- of the Chttruh
ill this cits last Suudnv
Mr. Win, T. M.ieou died at hi-s
on Holmes street, Wednesday nijiht, after 11
lingering illniss ol ahout a year.
The Dudley IiiMiiutc has len removed
from the Reynolds properly, in South
Kr.U'kfort, to the residence ot' Col. Urown,
on Wilkcrson Htieet.
Mr. Ilimh R.
the work nt Lock 'So. 2, heeti transferred
to Look No. 4, jtwt below thin city,
where he uil! make a survey for futther
improvement.-) and repairs upon the dam at
Some oi the finest Irish potatoes wo have
ever seen were raised thin year by Mr. Chas.
0. Newton, 01 county, They were bis
tirft crop and if If continues to succeed
iu futuie no farmer in tho county can
in 1 1 11 npi 1
Jlr. Chas. S. Taylcfr, jr., of the Yeoinau
Bindery, while nEsietiug iu puitinc up a
cutting machine iu that establishment
Tuesday morning, got the forefinger of his
ritrht hand caught between two cog whoela
and hud the first joint cut off.
Mr. W. J. China loit on Umulav, from
milk fever, his fine registered Jersey cow,
Belle of Patterson. 5fiti4. She wn3 a
member of a latuily that io now nearly
(Xlinct, and was valued tit :y2,Q0O, Mr
Ohinn eohl a calf of ber's not long dincc for
Messrs. GrifHn 3?ros. have on hand u
large stock of toyo, which they have determined
to Hell off at tiny price, regardless of
cost, iU3 they have determined to quit that
branch oJ their business. U you want to
buy BOinctliiug ol the kind for your children
;iO aud eee them. They will open their
neck on Tuesday ue.it.
Mcktos. Leu 1 Co., hai reopened their
Itvery btable in the the foot of
hladi8yu street, in the ie..,' of Mrj. McKeir'a
residence, recently ereoteii by Mr W. T.
(Jaines, where they can at all tituerf luruiab
the Tiublie with caniaj;i. bugieti and
horte1! Their telephone number if-'2', and
nil orders received in that way will receive
prompt ni 1 cation.
In wiaoflof fire, where tho alarm is f'tmt in
by telephone, the perenns who give t!ic alarm
are requested to give the location ol the
house on fire, and not the number of the
telephone station i'tom which they ate talking.
When ouly tho number of the htatinn
i-i given the firemen have to run ever the
n3t of stt.tiona to find what part ol town
tiie fire ia in, and delay in getting out h
The following are the candidates tor
Councilman to be voted (or today, three to
lie elected from each ward.
First Ward K. 11. Taylor., jr , Geo. C.
Drane. Minus Willmnw, nod Hi c hard
Second Ward- Lewis Mimjjiui. K. C.
Church, John E. Mile. d. L. Sneul, and
Third WarilJufl G Dudley, R. K.
McCliire.dohn Meagher. Ur. U F. Huvall.j
Mtdrew Salender, and .la?. W. Ilellner.
JlallV Catarrh Cure is taken internally.
1 1 act directly upon tho blcod and the
biirface.s of the fystom. Price 7fic.
Foroale by Jos. I.eComple, .South Side.
close out osar stools, we will sell Toys at smy priee,
Attention iu called to '1 0 article headed
quick work, in another column. Tlic
it a home company and till money paid
to it ia kept at home.
Judjic Mnjnr litis 0 tiled n special term of
the Circuit t'outt, In hejjiu n:i the firt Monday
i Juuiiury and continue twenty-four
juridical days, for tin trial ot criminal and
JIv. Ktaul: Short, who hn hern eotifined
to hio hod for the the or nix years,
tlrl'd on Weilneday night funeral
took place yeateiday miiriiing rom the
Mr. dame:? Gildioim and MIhs Lizzie
D'Conuov, n popul m yoni' eimple of thic
city, were mnrried Weiltielit afternoon at
the Catholic Chiurh, Rev. Father L. Young
iifiieiatiii. The happv pair left on the 1M2
tinin i'or a sdioit luidul tour. The proom in
one of the tellow in the world and
has won one of the handa inii'i young ladies
in tliij city for hi htide. Slav their
life lie one of continued
During the p: eMiler.ee of ibe recent fire
on Main Mta. .iohn lUiltzel lot the
following auiclf) which are valuable to no
one elce Imt herself, and which she prises
highly on account of "oine ot them being
heirlooms ami .the oth'T keopxakci : A
prnno !e; and peddle, iwo walking emeu, one
black with a white head, and the other with
a silver plate upon the head, bearing the
initials of .1. S. M., a large
lilted with etigtavin:" mid ii book entitled
"t'iolden Truihii." Any pert-on having either
of the above article- in their possession will
confer a gieat lavor upon the owner by
either them to her or leavini
them at thii otiice.
"Wi'UV Ilealih Uenewer" reitoreo health
and vigor, curefi Impotence,
Sexa! debility. $J.
J . ,, .
Ktamjiing, pinking, and Potuh Kenping-
ton work neatly executed by Mrs. W. G.
Goodwin, Third etrcet,
Boxes of prepared candies at Weitzol'e.
Fine assortment of clocks from 1 50 to
$30 CO at Philip Si.lbert'e, the jeweler.
Fon EnsT The property known ab St.
Elmo in South Frankfort. ITouric largo
and convenient, good stable, cow lot aud
s'nrueu. j .nnfv in TiFra Tipttio .Tntt
Rhicl: and white cake constantly on band
Fine solid gold headed caueo at Philip
Selbert's, tho Jpweler,
Fop. ?.r,K. A double oar-lock ekiff.
Will be sold at a bargain. Apply to C. A.
Christmas tree ornaments of all kinda nt
King's imectaclcH, tho best in the market,
at Philip Selbert'B, tbo jeweler.
" -- '
Mr. Jnmrs O bbon?, formerly of the
White Cmok Salooii, haH recently opened at
Mr. U. S. ElliV old Mand, on' St. flair
Htreet, a drinking establishment,
which lie ha dubbed the Turf, where ho
keeps cmitat.tlv on hand the finest wines
aud Jivpmis, and will be found constantly at
hi? post ready to wait upon all his friends
wh" mav call and .ne him. "
Aa the Christmas holidtivs are approaching
you will'liegin 10 look h round in a lew
davH for a nice present I'or your pweetheut
or a Iriend, tun! you will lnd n large n
of the setu of jewelry,
diiimonds, etc., at tho Singer Machine
ofiice, co: utf in Main and Ann streels,
where J. F. Ponder k Co., of Louit-ville,
have opencil out 11 t.n'i uf line gootU
Hiiitud to the oefB.,,11'1 Cull and see
Mr. A. G. .Jellpri li i purchased ot Mr.
do--). T. Sialen his milk stock, t;ood will,
etc., and will hereafter run the dairv
which ha. bvvrt 1'jmlueted by Mr.
Staten for the last five o: sdx years. He
has pureh.'ised the old W W. Stephens
property on ihotiootyeimvn pike, where he
has the verv ' ; t r conducting
the biibinete properl.. and will give entire
satiufaotion. Mr. Mnek will have
charge o! the delivery wagon 11 ml will be
found a polite and ticeoinnio. luting gentleman.
Leave orders at J. 51.
Itaniu'K i'or 0.vstors3 Celery
ami Turkeys i'or Sumlny
The latest Pt vie. or qundrnjde plated ail -
vqrwnre tu rump .uioeri b, tno jowcier.
Foil Ralh. Two large Imoe burner
hIovoh, suitable for a church or school
house. Can be wed for either coke or
authracilc coal. Apply to 3ol. flarria.
Lord for ealc at wholesale orrctuil by C,
Foil Ralk. A good building lot, 45 by
200 feet, located on Scnond Btreet, SJouth
Frankfort. Apply to Mm. ,F.
Don't forget every irtiole purchased at
my store engraved fico of charge, Philip
Sclbcrt, the jeweler.
Foil Rent. A houae containing oix
roouia, located on Clinton utreot, near Washington.
Apjdy to Tho Lee.
Thofiucsfiiiiieof Jlauuela in tfto
Philip Selhert, the jeweler wp.tchmakcr
Fon A piano. Apply ut this
Three grand prisea will be given to my
patrons on the first Thursday in January.
Nice freab lard for eale by tho tierce or
pound at Fin eel 'b.
Fop. Sale. A residence ou tho Vereaillcs
pike. Apply at this oifice.
otioh. Philip ,Selbert, the Jeweler,
engrave! all nrticle.H wold by him free of
HANDKBROHJSFS iu endkao variety
at Griffin Rroa,'
Messrs. Whitesidea & JifcEwau are prepared
to do all kind3 of upholstoring aad
No trouble to ohow gooda at Philip
Selbcrt'o, the jeweler.
Two rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnished.
Apply to Mro. M. H. ilcKee.
Nieo iino of hosiery at griffin.
The beat eelected fitock of watches, cloek&,
diamonds, jewelry, spectacles p.ud silverware
iu the city at Philip Selbert'a tho jeweler.
Ciislimem nt rock bottom prices
at &riilln Bros.
FlaunoJs extra cheap at; Qriifin
Engraving neatly executed at Philip
Seibert'e, the jeweler.
ttialiraeres at rock bottom prices
Solid silverware, tteriing flno, at Philip
Selbeit'a, the jeweler.
Nice lino of hosiery at Trillin
Initial pine, bangle rings, Jace pins,
and lockets, and everything usually
found in a first cbws jewelry elora at Philip
Iittrgest and clicsipcst Hue oi'
Jeasis in tlio city ia at Griffin Jros,?
Philip Selbert. the popular jeweler, St.
Jeans axtra choap ai GrlfSn Bros.'
Fiitunois extra ckeap at Griilln
JEJAKS AND HEAVY COTTON
very cheap at Griftia 13-0.'
A full of fine at Philip
Selbert's. the jewolor.
J cheap at Ctrifliu Bros.'
Kon Sxu. Desirable rosideucc On Holmes
street For information apply to Mm. C. 1
A. Prentiss, on the premises.
11 est feclectiou ol clocks iu the fill all
Philip Sell ert'.i the jeweler
The finest liucGfilatmels in tko
city at GriiKn Bros,
; Wo aic anthoriod to uaaoenco XAT. P.
of H'oodlotd county, fotmcr traveling
iicut fur tho old Ti.titsylvuni.i Prlutlii
and thoYouniiu a u candidate for
Ucistcr of the band Ofliou, subject to the notion
of the Democratic party.
j (7nr Bargains CozipusQ a line
pS: f O is
Ki nrs " ?s 'K&.'r
0 The cheapest plaoo
S Fancy Gooo.s, Notions,
M' 'd1 1?" ta AI frrA mt. .
.1. AJJ, VI ML'. '-. J UlC'lViA
in the city to buy
xtt nw a Knoiro.c ! :: a
YV tl'i J JVU.DJ.HJ UU. VAICVIJ. 3
Ohromos, Miryors, Easels, Bracltets and
Frames, Bird Gages, Whips, Walking
Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Oarfcridges, Stationery,
Scnool Bags, Slates and Straps,
alrso miscella neons articles too numerous
to mention. In addition to the above
we keep at our stand in front of our
O FRTTEPS and
WE ALSO M?E
&H Don't forget the
O stand. Give us a
place, Bachmann's old
Sept. 30.3a A
We Strive to Hake Uac3a .
mm T. BUCKLEY,
Tlc.3 jest rvoclved a larjo otoek of base burner
i-i H1 A i P TW Wijln Wr CTJ V
i-i. &3 . X S. 1M Vj Uj A J V .'J i-J i ,
W "TT """. "VN "V" a I
THE D fl f fl JNi.
FOU SOFT COAL, A1W
THE WEST POINT!
JTOS& EZABS3 OAXj,
Also tao colebratcd
. AKD SPLENDID COOK ST0VHS,
whlcli ho la selling very lorr, -
Tot OASH OnljS
l PULL BT0GK OF
CONSTANTLY OH HAND, Id
TH NOHIS m M (IDU 5 SPECIALTY
BARGAINS IN GROCERIES
Don't grutablr. about hard times or high prloc3
for grooories v. hen yoa eaa yo Xu
JAS HEKM1TS, I
And buy 3 packages best Arbuckle
Coffee for 50 cent'-.
2 lbs. Green Coifeu for 25c.
II " Brown Sugar " $1.00
0 '; Leaf Lard " LOO
Aud all other kinds of Grooorios iu pronortion,
:tlso Motion? aud Furnishing Goods.
Oct. 7- in S.
i A Valuable Franklin County Fnrm,
i l otter my tarm ior sale containing U acres ,
10 acre suitable fir tobacco, buld jurni 13
situated one mile from Pcak'j .Mill, and half
mile from turnpike, tfuot3oldby tho tlrit of
March It will bo rented for the year 1SSU.
Tuero .iro ou tho premi.jc a good l)welliu(;i
lTuiue, ll.irnts, -stables, Ac, good Orchard,
plonty oi v atcr aud ivoli tuubored.
For furUuir partiviil.irs, apply t A. Jaokion,
Peak's Mill, r the iindersigned ,t Sholbyvllle,
W. P. ROACH.
Nyv. It lia.
of Goods Which Soil ThomsQlves,
xSJ3Tlfi.i. .fflH58s. crj
$ r !Skir r. &
AMD FISH. o
A HICS STOCK
8 VI 3 IAHTA, O P3
Customer a Permanent Ono.
'-,:. . -. " v
v'j3 proiongqa, nappmess ana
health restored ny use of the ijreat
'dmiy jTmnfJt k rrnn
iiiiiiin iwv.muiA un
jscquency of self-abuse,, &s loss of cnergv, loss of
,illiIIlory universal lassituue, pain in tnc uack, mew
of vision, premature old age, and many other
diseases that lead to consumption and a premature
l,rave. tWSend for circulars with tssiimcnlaU
lire: Dymau. uo INVIUUKftTOK is sold at Si
Pcr box' or ,,:c toxes for v5, by all druggists, or will
Ji"0""' free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of
price, by aacrcssiiijr F.J. CHENEY, 113 Adann St..
i'oledo, Ohio, Solo Agent for the United State
For sale by
JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggi3i,
JIHB USUAL THnilSDAI AFTERNOOiS
JL oscreifea at tho Kentucky Instltuticn for
tho Sduoati m r.nd Training of Feobl'j MlndoU
Childroa wilJ hurcat'tor tako phrco every Friday
afternoon frou 2 to 4 o'clook P. M. Tho
is opou for visitor3 at any time whan taoat
convonienc for thorn to attend.
JOHN Q. A. STBWAKT, Suporintcdcnt.
Fisi Ginlyjb k Ui !
A farm of good bottom land, containing 93
acres, woll improved, with good orchard and out
houeop, Joeoted within it half uillo of tho
piko, on Main Elkhorn, and within the sarao
diotnnco of two churches, mill and dohool house,
olTored for oalo nt a bargain.
For information apply to H. 0. OHUECJH.
W. S. DEHONEY
DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY
PIQUQSS, mm 5 SUSSffiBL
cordially luvitn you to call and examine wy
Now and Froab Stool: of Goods.
MAIN STREET. FRANKFORT, JCY
Will practice In thoconrta of Franklin and tho
adjoining eonntios, and will iiIbo give sjicoial
attontion to tho purohaeo and salo of real ostate,
collection of rent-', claims, and tho negotiation
of loan3. Offico opposito Court House.
F. Smith, 31. 5. O. A. V. JJkov;:","m. r"
Drs. Smith & Brown,
Physicians f Surgeons,
OHcc and rcjidunconoxt dor t.. tho Baptlt
Church, St. flair strocf.
EGBERT & SON,
Hausa, Sign, and Ornamental Painters.
Decorntive Paper Uau"iii"
Orders left at AcrilFN drug , tore ill be promptly
attended to. A,r;, .tT