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FRANKFORT ROUNDA BOOT,
We niuli'iMiintl w new paper is to lie
railed ttii Dailv Coiiunonwoullli.
Thirteen prUnnen were received nt
the penitentiary Tne.dny Iroin Louisville
4t ml two from Wavne county.
If Pntnrrli liu your ene ol
smell and henrin. 11 a ll'n Catarrh Cure will
eine you. 75 cents- per bottle.
Dr. 'Jliititi is 5-i!l very ill. i
Old Uncle Winston Vnilylmn is quite ill
Tax lor PntTi'iit's inrnnt lifts been quite ill
for a week or co.
Mr. V. M. Seolleld made ti living trip to
LoltiMille last week.
Uqttircd, B. Uu'M'll lias heen very much
iuilNposed this week
Tillie Itnmtili. daughter ol Mr. A. B.
Branch, is ciek this week.
Ann Ninylinll returned home from
a fceveti weeks' vwit to iriuuW in Danville.
Doya have heen killing sheep in this
iciriitv neei.il v. It il lie
Dr. .1. J?u ! Haw kiii" in very much improving
his place by additional building-,
The p'iMorof South Benson Church was
placed on the .Sunny .Side Tlniiikhivinp;
d.iF. .Sargent, who hurt his font quite
severely time since, if tilde to be out
Charlie Amotion?, who was quite nick
joiiil' days since, id able to attend school
Mi". S.u;;eiit and Mr. Addit
Mortis iniil a visit tu friends at Pttrrinton
Mr w. r;. I'obiil, ol
Shelby county, if in t lie iieighboihood
Mr. Bei.j T. Pnniicr. ol Lavirenrelmr,
paid n to relutive.1 in this neighbor
hood Inii Sunday.
Keeling Mnhi's liore fell with him one
day week and hint his vg f0 badly as
to disanle him for several Java.
Mrs. Addie Mori is hns in her possession
a piece nt china-ware that has been in the
family one hundred and fifty jears.
Man led At the Methodist Church m
Deo 0. 1S8U. Mr. B. Ronch
and Mis- Coin Wiaii". both of this county,
Hev Mr. Hull oflicititiug.
Roll of honor of P.ridj.'i'poit School for
vvtel; ending! Dec. 8. 1SS2 : Lena Roberts,
Emilia Hus-ell, Mnttie Lou Cioeket. Willie
Panent, D.tfey I'm rent. Willie ltuell,
Uiithie ltobeits, Paul Crutcher, Georgia
Snrent Claude Saigent.
Three veins nso St. Iiilian, the .real
('nliloriii i Hotter, was unknown ; the same
niav be slid of in Cure. Now
lioth lime a reputation. Whv ?
Because they both have merit. One it. a
jrreat trotter, the other is tin- mist
remedv ever discovered to be on
man or Read
The Rot'NiuuouT is a spicy little paper.
IIuuuli for Kentucky lib tne corn jnovviiii:
Mr. Wm. Siniih, rr.. is erecting a nice
(ottae lioun' on hi fa: in.
Mr. Ilenrv Biawner is repairing hi
dwelling house, which adds very much to
The Sioiii'V Cieek debators can natiiialh
get uwnv with the Bald Knob pe.lk'els, and
the Utile rdiool bovs don't blufl' worth a
cent when anyone hies that kind ol uptime.
D. P. Beiitley and .J I?. Feais will hold
onollier debate nt the on
Stoney Creek, .Saturday ni'hl, December
the 9th. The for discu ion is,
"Which has been the moie
or war," Bcntlev rillinns and
Fears i....:..u Everybody invited.
Died On December 2d, Miss Susan
Mary Moore, who was born September 2d,
1 85'.. and at six yeais of age was struck bv
lightning and lendeied speechless lor three
weeks, after which -he partially recover d,
but was, for seventeen years and over, in n
deplorable condition, and notwithstanding
everything that loving hands could do to
relieve her was done by parent?, and friends,
her suflering was great, and death came as
an angel of merry to relieve her of pain
in this lile, und bear her away to that Home
where suH'eiing is no more. The corpse
wiib followed by a large coiicoutseot friends
and rcdativiH to Pleisant Ridge, where the
funeral was preached by Itev. .fames A.
Peters, allt r which the body was interred in
the hurrying ground nt the Church. We
deeply sympathize with Mr. Moore and
lamily in t their bereavement. Mr. and
Mrs. "Milton Moore, the parents of the
ilcceautd, leturii theii thanks to the friends
lor the neatness with which they placed
their daughter away.
Mr. Editor. I will take the privilege of
aying through the columns of your paper
that I am in favor of Hon. T. B. Ford, of
Frankfort, for our next Representative, as 1
think he would laithlullv discharge the
duties ol that oliice if electid. Why do I
think this? It is because we elected him
for our County Attorney, and as far as
J know he discharged the duties of that
Griffin Bros.' Tots
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rm ', rf0,i""
tolliu IK'opluo! Ilic eonniv. Ami llirii hi
vvns I'IitW'iI its C amnion School
wlitoli tTiinit'iM a man or k'iliiiiii;:
nml imliMty to ilifclnio tln iIhiun of 1 lie
wmii' coircrtly, ntitl i Hint lion T. II,
Kord tin1 Kind ol n man we ivntit, lor lie
took jrieiU inleret in tin- Common Schools
ol llie enmity, nt.il Ivlt Uiem in n more
pronperotin condition than tlie woe vvlu'ii
int tinder Id" eontrol. Look nt Iih reports
ot the Common School, pntiliied in pntnpli
let lorm, and lluit nil! sli wlietlier lie
took liny interest or not. Now we can only
jiiiljre I hi' Itttnre lv the naM, and if we eleet
T 15. t'uid to lepichent ns in the next
urt I helieve lie will do eveitl.ini: in
liN power to improve the Common School
yteiii, which iswrv much ninlnl.
Fanners are buy gatheiitig corn.
Prof. Wiley'-pinging school is
This i a good time (or hunting.
Try voui luck, boys, while the weather is
There was a very nice part v given
at Mr. Ambro-e Monday night
ol hist week which the voung lolkrt
I until a late hour.
We will have to exenoe Tenor for the
many he made in hi- report i f
the at Mi. Lewis WileyV, as he
had many things to tangle his brain.
The singing given at Mr Mitchel Smith's
S.ituidav night of la.st week was largely attended
and a vuy ple.i sunt evitiing was
spent. Among prii'iit were
deimie, Bnggie, and Maggie Pcnn, Lizzie
Clink, Mattie Miljuillun, am B.irhaia
Hughe8, John and Mitchell I
F It. Smith, Dennis Oitiu, B.'iry
Witt, Matt Brooks, Bains Diinkle, and
The ItoCNDAiuit'T is the bft pnjicr in
country. Wecan'tdo without it.
Mr. Eli McDaniel's lurkevs nte laving
eggs. Something tinheaul of in this section
-o late in the season.
We ate well pleased with our new School
We think no belter man
could liave been found lor the position.
He understands the duties of his oliice ami
will attend to them promptly.
The tlelrtte at Stoney Creek School Hon-e
hist week, drew quite a large ciowd. The
quetion, wan "D.ie the love ol woman
eNert n -.'renter influence over man lhaii
money." tMr. J. It. Fears allirmed and D.
P. Bentley denied. It was dicided in the
Parties are liecoming quite frequent in
this neighborhood. One ol the most plenum
entertainments of the kind ever given
in this loc.ilitv came oil' last week. It
pas-ed olV like a pleasant dream. TI e
ladies picjent wcie Elizabeth and
Ueuiieita Allen, .Jennie Grubbs. Ho-a ami
Lda McD.iniel, Melia Mollie and
Linda IFariol und Nannie Warren. The
gentlemen weie C. F. Pifer II
McDaniel. Win. ami .1. Allen, .1 Lee, .1 S.
Duvull. M. Smith. .). Duncan, T. Kmlgeis
T. Cnnlibs, .1. Win. Pulliam", (J
Eldiiuge. M WarienaudD. P. Bentley.
Church School House.
This neighborhood ha- long been silent,
but has peepid out again to have a little
"cliii chat" with some ol her rones
pondenis whom she sees are gay as evei in
Hog-killing is the biggest and only news
item in this co'intry.
Be cirelii! how you talk for the telephone
loud, telling all the news.
Well plea-e stir up some amusements,
oi the young people will all dry up
and blow away.
Dr. E. II. Church, who left this vicinity
several week-ago lor Tumui. wc hope will
be as as Mr. O'liarn.
I saw Miss Nora Chuich going into town
Thank-giving inclining very smiling indeed
Will have to call boon and find out llie
reason ol all that.
A young lady lemaiked when the Doctor
left, the next young man that lelt had to
take one of the girls with him, if she had to
go herself. I don't wonder at the above
remark when there is a half dozen girls
for ev ery boy.
Mr. James O'llara seemt to have made
his fortune (puck in Texas, and has come
bud; to live a retired hie at his old home.
Boy-, vou ought by all means call on the
geiiiieiiien. ami pernaps lie win give vou n
lift in that diiectiou.
Miss Fannie Noel has "returned home
from a week's visit to her brother, Mr doiin
Noel. She is very attractive mid causes
many young men to lide through Tiger on
Sunday afternoon. Thai's ii Fannie, keep
Tiger alive if you can.
I understand Mr. .lolm Morris went
calling the other Sunday ami like to froze
out. Me ea)s they to'd h:m they were
going to have a "coal Htove;" Inn he thought
if they could make it any colder than Unit
tire they had, he would go up certain.
Always as Now.
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Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1
to bo Sold
'rawr::. xv'ini .. ixfswyrvr
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Bt iters is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease,
Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Consumption,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and enriches
the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1880.
My health va much shattered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Drown' Iron Hitter, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my dally hoiueholtl clinic-.
I am now uIng the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
1 cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mary E. Uhasiipak,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chrlstlansbur?, Va., )83r.
SulTcring from kidney disease,
from which I could cct no relief, I
tried Brown's Ironllitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to cat at all. J gave him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kvlb Montagus.
Vine St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec. s, 1881.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit , I was advised to try Itrown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
ties and never found anything that
Save mc so much relief.
Mrs. Ju.nnik Hess.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
W. S. DEHONEY
DEALKR IN SAl'Li: AND FANCY
NlTliS, iMUW i GLASSWARE.
f eordially imitojoii to fall and examine mv
Now nml Fresh Stuck of (iootls.
MAIN STREET, FRANK fORT, ICY
FALL OF 1882.
A SUi'liUIOU tuck of rVuit und Orii.ii.'icntiil
ii Trirrf, Simill I'ml'i". flrairviiu.. A-I
uracil IMiiiits, und rwrytliing fuut.tl in 11 Ii
We 1 mploy no ng nt, hut jjivo our
ion ilheut to thu Jiuitcr. Wc to our old
p.Urnnt'. Our new untalogtieb will be' sent on
41, P. IIILLENMEYKR,
pjp 0 tf Lexington, Ky.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever
iliscovcred, as ii is ccrt.nn in its etleets and does not
hlibttr. READ fRUUK UIXUW. Also excellent
for human flesh.
COL. L. T. FOSTER.
Youngstown, Ohio, May 10th, 1880.
Dlf. II, 1. KknuallK. Co., (Jents: I had a cry
aln.ilile liamlilctonian colt that 1 prized ery highly,
he had a large bone spavin on one joint and a miuII
one on the other which made him very lame; I had
him under the charge of two veterinary Mirgeuns
who failed to cure him. I was one-day reading the
advertisement of Kendall's Spavin Cure m the Chicago
Express. 1 determined at once to try it and
got our druggists here to scud for it, they ordered
three bottles; I took thcin all and thought I would
give them a thorough trial, 1 used it according to directions
and the fourth dav the colt ceased lo be
lame and the lumps have disappeared, I used but
one bottle and the colt's limbs are as free from lumps
and as smooth as any hort.c in the slate. He- is entirely
cured. The cure was so remarkable thai I let tun ol
my neighbors have the remaining two bottles, who
are now using it. Very Respectfully,
I.. T. robl ER.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Send for illustrated circular givi c positive proof,
rricc$i. All druggists nave it or an get it lor ou
lit. Ii t Kendall & Co., Pri 'tors, Knosburgh
EGBERT & SON,
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters
JtfirPlain mid Decorative Paper Hanging
Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly
attended to. itpril i6lt
S. F, Smiiii, M. 11. ti. A. H. 11 i'vsn, M. 1")
Drs. Smith & Brown,
Physicians $ Surgeons,
IT 15 A. TN Ii V O 14 X , KV.
Ollici1 nml residence next door to tho ll.iiti;t
Church, S'. t'lilr "trcct.
BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!
Goes the preat rrun of the fall
reason of 1(382, and already ia heard
tho v;ar whoop of the enemy, ns I
DAV.I3 returns from the East with
a stock bought for
and at prices that will astonish you.
Ito ciflerR no fabulous lmio9il)ilitirj
But Means What ho Advortissu.
His immense STOCK is aU roady
for the purchaser, and respectfully
invites your inspection, whether
you buy or not. Remember the
St Clair Street, Murray Building,
cpt 30-3111 KKANKroUT. KY.
Guns from 83.00
GUNS tip t Breech Load
ing Guns from
PITTSUUKGII FIRE AKMB CO.,
Wo onlinno to
V Km M x eoivvrinhtd. etc.. for
ttt id Crntiila, hnRinnti, Jinnco,
L'rnnny, ntul all otlior countries.
Tliirt yJi. Ko
chr.rrjo for c amination ofmodola
Ailv ico liy mail free.
litciiU obtaiiiccl tliroiiftli r.n nro noticed m
.In gt,2::,r'Pic asiesiicav, vbicli lmn
t:io lament rlrcnlation, rnd is tlio most
l'iul uow:j)!'.))er oi'itrtlJnd pnUit.licdin tho
v.orid. Tlio RiUantageMofBudianoticoovorj
'v ton too tiudcrMnndd.
This !j"go nml Rplcndidlvilhtshatecl
ipori'jTinlilJBhed WKKhW r.ttil.20a vcar,
und i a tniitiod to bo tlio bout paper devoted
1 ihcieiii'P.iiicciiamcHjim ruiiii, iiiiuuviuik
a.:d other depanmontn til iodtifltri.il
iirrpvcr", pul.lidied in any country.
coplo? bv jitci!, 10 cents. Sold by all
llunn & Co.. publishers Scion-
.1 ic in , 01 J'.i iiadvvay. New York,
H.tudbiiVciibo'it jiatents mailed froo.
n a., r. ...... .
UK MR toMT
H. G. MATTEKIT,
Xo.-i:).) Main Street, over Crutcher A Starks'
"WHITE 11 ALL" Clothing
IP S - 3iT 22 S1 0 K, Q?, ST.
spr.ciAL f.DUci:.Mi:xTS aiic offkukd
in the way of fine pivturrn of all st.vlei' and
Why will ihn of Frankfort
send to thr city for wnrlt when they onn In
Notice to Contractors!
Wa.shinci'ion, D. C, V
Octobcr 16, iSSj. j
Proposals will be received at the
Contract Office of this Department
until 3 p. m. of January 6th, 1883,
for carrying the mails of the United
States upon the routes, and accord
ing to the schedule of arrival and
departure specified by the Department,
in the State of Kentucky
from J uly 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884.
Lists of routes, with schedules of
arrivals and departures, instructions
to bidders, with forms for contracts
and bonds, and all other necessary
information will be furnished upon
application to the Second Assistant
T. O. BOWS,
Oct. 28CL Postmatttr Gen-nil.
JfEW LMiAKlNO MILL.
ll.vvln recently tu bin ltubl!hiiient
Is now prepared lo furnluli nil kind uf
Sash, hm, M, Fr, liing
Scroll Work, Stair Work I Turning
Out ten out in the1 Style.
Mny 15 tf.
JONES BKOsS., Vropriolors.
Mai .itactltrcrof all kinds of Jscw Work lot
Fiour Mills, Dif3ti!!eries. Saw Mills,
BRSS3 FITTINGS OF ALL KIIHS, SC.
fST'Coiiniu'lK lor New Woil in m.y jinn
ol tin- Slntc.
One nest of corner Ann anil l'roailv. ay itrccts,
North biilc, 1'rankfurt, Ky. April
M0 'd Ii iitey,
KliNTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST
WASHINGTON, FMIMLPIilU NEW VOHK.
lllK OM.V M.NK KU.NMMJ
FULLAH HEW S!.CCI:IHG C?.r.S
A SOLID TRAIN
Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky.
CONNECTING IN SAKE DEPOT WITE
PAST TUtdlb TOT.
thi: DtuccT Rouir. pio
Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk,
AXI) A T.I.
hit 1 on miis
For ticket and forthur iiifoiinutioii apjdj to
juiir miirtMi 01 mi ircn Vv . V.
Monroe, JJhiaiiu, 1'rcigiit and Agont,
I Iicxiiigton Ky.
C. W. .SMITH. II. W. FULLER,
(..cneral Manager, Tass, Agt.,
DON'T GET LEFT
Louisville & Nashville
(I.011., Cin. iV Lexington Divi-ion)
Tin- Gnat Tlnoiili Tiunk Line to
CIXVIXSATI ami (he EAST,
LOUIS VTLJJ', ami (,e SOUTH.
it is ,; ..
155 Miles the Shortest Route
To Little Hock, Hot Springs und Tcmim.
PULLMAN PALACE CAHg"
IJiin Tlirongli Fiom
Loui Vile to Memphis,
Little Ecok, Hashville,
Decu ttr, Montgomery,
Mobilo and Now Orleans
WITHOUT CHANCE. .
Iriiins of 1I1U Company from Frankfort
iiMke onnnnotloiiii at Loulnville with train on
Main Linu tor Mcmphiii, Litiln Uook,
Mol.il.) und .cw Orleans. aIho with
truiim lor nil points in iho North and Wet.
to ArkanmiK and Tesiu clionld writo or co an
aBrnt ol thii Compun.v before piirtiriaiiir thiir
C. P. ATM ORE, O, P. & T. A.,
ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HANI;
anil for side at Lowest Pricea by
Q. B. MACICL1N.
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