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fcK Ut v I Grae Dollar vili Give Ton the Roundabout from now until Tamaarir 1st, 1884. iTi i r j t i i The ranKiort nounaaooui. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume VI. vo ssazwxr xwsm zawmjMWj jtefmxxxnxnwvxx&xupvjimX' msszxxmvvoTrcsvsrssssx kutj ALL'S had KRiK s mi I" ?-' .;i?saD 3? PHYSICIANS. " ""ovAtins. Catarrh of the Uucal and Ulccrattvo; Catarrh of the Ear, Eye or Throat, it lo takon INTERNALLY, and ucts U!R : CTLY upon th Ulood and Mucous surfaces of the System. It Is the best Blood Purifier In the WO. LO. nnd Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. inn wi mum cues for gatws tlTlH THE MARKET. And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any OagoofOaWrrh It will not Ouro. WILT. CUKE AV CASE. Office of A. T. Stewaiit ft Co. Chicago, 111 , Juno 4, 1880. J JStgtrs. F. J, Chewy & Co., Tolvtlo, O. (JerMem.n. -I tiiko pleasure In Informing you tl;U I bao Hairs Catarrh Curt. It 1ms uured ni I vry h lrl -cud don't hewtaf h to wxy that it will ttir .ir.y rnHO of Catarrh if taken properly. Yuure truly, ,T. B. WCATHEItFORD. WOPTII 810 A BOTTLE. E. Mcnr.AV. Jacks" n, writes Have had Cjitarrh lor 20 years. Hall'- Catsmh Cure cured tup. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. iy all DnifrKtstBat '& ots per bottle. uud row iv F .1. CliKtfKY & CO. 8olo Proprietor.!, TOLEDO, OHIO. Fur S Ic by .JOS. T.kCOMI'TK. dkuggist, Oct South Frankfort. Wss,HJpig,k SAMUEL AYEES, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY, WATCH aEkKTCR, Fm'CM'or Id B. I' Mvek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., cfiti'hiift lhw watch ri'pnirltijj buitimvA Mt the Yld ii.iiiiI. Uv tirniti(tiii'ss and cirodil work he Iiojh" to merit the iiitroii:igu ut" those who desire to h.ivc repaired without d.nnnsci' dune them. .Surveyors' c rt'i'iiired uud other Inrtrniiuiile reqiiiriii jcliitc ind .u'our.ite adjustment. In retiring from in Frnnkfort I take pliiiMiro in i .ircfinp my entire in Mi. c. Ayich, .unl fiom my long iviil. I. in iih n wmkuinn, ilo not iu$it:tto t him us way v.qiithla of meeting the of my former pntrntic. ' I). F. MEEK. Sont. FOR A SHORT TIME VVKWILL HKLL THE FOLLOWING GOODS PRICES MENTIONED, If the on!T is font by nnil with post office order, regit tered letter, or loiftnijn fituinpe: Silver Thimbles, opon or closed ends, 24 cts. SolM Silver (Stcrliiiufiiinraiitcel) T!ii Spoons, 3 S5 wv set. Solid Silvei Table Spoons, $10 65. BODGERS' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 0TS. XJodRcrH rX''ivrSic)ons,i?l.r0 persul. Rodgers' Tabic Spoons, $1.50. Rod&ers' Porks. $2.50 Per Set. ttoilgi'rs' Kaivos, $1.00 Por Sot. STEM WINDING NIGKLE CLOCK IT $1, WITH ALARM, 51.50. Solid ifM Ui:i(,'Si cirhcr uith a rot or plain gold, for the little folks, 70 oeuls. LARGE ASSORTMENT OP W A. T C H E S , DIAMONDS, SILVER PLATED WARE ! Send for our Prices before you buy. OTIS W. SNVDEB,, Manufacturing Jeweler. 0r Woik Shop atiii Soles Koow : Upper s., opposite Court House, Lexington, Ay. FRANKFORT, KY.. DECEMBER Eello Point. Ultiokoti'pox is previilotii over litre Noiirly nil tlic diiiiri'ii linve it. Mitiliinii1 Humor sitys wo tiru lo have a wcililin noon on Ketiicky Avenue. Mr. X. f. McDimiel is hiiitilin a new linrn on (he corner of Todd ntui Wilson street- Miss Ma Zienlcr iu isitinir rein liven on Flat Cieel .She will teiiinin until alter ChrisliitiiH. Mr. OlistP. t. McKeo went In Louisville lo li'ty ti new Niock of oodri, Cliritmii" toys, ei .leKe Mnun nn.l .Itvrc Loti have elected n new v. ji 1:011 shop and are loiiir a lively lti&iiK'r. Jii'IiTf W L Pence has put up nu rarriae ;iiie at the cnUanee lo liia place 011 Benson Avenue. There is a Hue opomnjr over here for a fret-1 1 meat and veselnhle tore and there is money in it to a live man. The recently occupied hy Mr. T. T. I'cndlelon hii. het'ii into a duelling and a fnttiilv have moved into it. Mr. (). B Iils'rou y ill hooii hefrin (he liiHunfnctiire ol toii.ic.co i;i the old Blair house, now owned hy Mr. J. X. Clincher. Don't forget to lo the tocl of the I'eopleV Keiitticky Hiver Navigation fVniipiUix if j oh are in lavor of ohenj) iraicpoittition. Mr. V. II. Lewis ill soon hegin th" erection of a large and commodious livery Mnhle on the lot recently from the Burns lieiiv There has heen 11 movement on foot to erect a house of to he used oy all dciiomi atioiiH. It is needed wry much, and no ilonht will he htnlt in the spring. Our Huminv School isstill in a prosperous eondilioti. Tiietc will he a tree at the Chapel one evening ditrin;; Chrirtmas week lor the henefit of the Sunday School scholars. Peaks Mill. Turkovs are ripe. Peak's Mill has something (0 pive away chicken pox. Henry Pcnn and lady spent Sunday with Mrs A. M. Forsee. Hohert Suter has returned from f'idkv'c itli his diplomn .lohn and Sweet U'illiuu were on hand Sunday lookinj: a hamUome as ever. The Mi?es Winjriuto'i and hrother were tlie guests ol Mis f!t'iria Church Sunday. Misses Mnttie and Nora Chinch paid a viHt of several days at their uncle Henri Church's. Mt. Maltie fir.th.im ami Pearl Pollott -pent ilie week viniiin: relatives in the North Forlc neihhorhoo . We are hiivinr it series ol ood meetings oiii on ut Ple.isHiit Hill, conducted hy Brolhers .Miiuuell and Ford. There hiiR heen quite nu eironefuis story iu circuhiiiou in regard to A. C. Henry, formerly ol thii place, out now a resident ol llinwutha, Kansns. We deuiiiinee it a falsehood. It is true he iind a dillicully ilniinir the summer, and was ery hadly hint, hut no one was killed, and we are happv 10 say he has lully recovered from his injuiies Dot. Advertised Letters. Fiuxkfokt. Kv Dec ft, 1S82. Buekner. Clint Brislon. Kllen Brown. Marlhy Buckley. Dr. Milton Burchell, I.ouis Berley, Lenev Bordnily, HohenU Bieckiuridu'e. Srtllio Ciilicau. Fmiua Coviuotou, Fuiinie Dans, Baty Dnniel, Charlie Davw, F M Dallon, S P (iraham, John (lilpiu, John W (ihaUon, Phoehe Huyes, George Hawkins. Stephen Hnruill, H J Hicks. Susie Hopper, W 0 Johnson, Haltie Louse, Churitc Madison, Charlotte (.'lark ic McPherson Middlelou, Frank Maries, Josephine TrechiiH, Lizzie Nave, Smith Oldham, Ben Patterson, Alio Palmer, Susan ltumcy, J L Holierlh, Lousa Uoheris, Mary W Ueion, Sadie Scott, L C SlokeH, Kliza Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Mary A Smith, Kitty Simmons, Marv Tailor, Twiuian ' Telev. Willis Whalin. It J Wiitfht, Mollie WIImih, J II White, Mary Say advertised when calling for the ti hove letters. , J. 0. II atciiitt, P. M. $100 Reward Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internelly. Price 75 cents. ff cmB3BK7XTtzf3dr r More Light. F.d'it(i lioundtiltmil : The j;as lamp situated neatly opposite ihe ('ity Mills, on Ann street, is out of repn r, and hns not heen lighted since the 1 w company took charge of the Oiih Works, it is located al the mouth of nu alley, where it is very dark mill walking dangcrou". Can't it he attended to, Mr. Superinteudant ? Ti.v I'AYKIt Thanks. LnKsTowx, Ky.. Deo. fi, 1882. Editor linundtilfiiil : We. the Indies 01 LecMown, who have for many years heen ohliged to milk tliroimh the mud, to express our thanks to the several gentlemen who have hihored so assiduously in peeiiring the completion of the side walk on that road this place and Frankfort. Ladik.s. "Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, (lies, nuts, hid-hugs, skunks, chipmunks, gotdatv. 20c. Druggists The Capital Question. Editor Ilimndiilout : Very rave and serious (cars were enter tinned during the Inst session ol the Legislature iu regard to the removal of the Capital. Iu fact it looked very much at one time as if it would he done. It is very important, then, that the citizens should awake to the danger that threatens them, and take proper steps in time to prevent what would indeed lie a real calamity. Whateieropinioiis may he ciitcrtttiuftl to the contrary, the removal ol the Capital would lie a serious injuiy to Frankfort Not only would it cause a srreat depreciation in property, hut '.he hiMiiess prosperity of the city would he greatly injured These are facts that no one can deny It is therelore a matter of the greMvst importance to 1 lie people of Frankfort and Fianklin county that the Capital should remain it is. 1 1 the pioper effort had been made duriut the early part of the hit session, it is quite prnhuhle an appropriation to complete the Cnpilal huddiiig could have heen obtained, and thi would have settled the question tor all time to come. A lafje numherofSenatois and favored it, mid the "Courier Journal" iu the city from which we hud most to (ear, openly and repeatedly advocated it. It i quite piohahle, therefore, it a proper elfort had heen made in the outset the could have heen ohtniued. It at the commencement of the next session our whoever lie mai lie, will introduce a hill to that ell'ect and the citizens ol Frankfort will go 10 work and aid him to secure its passage, doubtless the hill could he passed -mil this vexed question settled forever. suggestions sue made in older that the people iu due time may make preparation for this important matter. ' Benson. Mrs. J nines lias heen very sick, hut is now improving. Mr. Austin Itohinsoti has left the and removed into his new residence on Prospect Hill. No excitement here, no marriage-) or deaths to report, and Madame Rumor even is silent for once. Mr. Tlios. Young has removed to the farm occupied hy Jay Robinson, and Mr. Andrews, of Bourbon county, has moved lo the farm vacated by Mr. Young. Mr. Heed and family, of Indiana, who were visiting the family of Win. Taylor, were called home hist week hv a Mr. Heeds daughter being very low. Dr. Reynolds, formerly of North Benson, has hung out his slate at (he resilience of Mr. John Brtimly, on Railroad Avenue, at this place, and is now ready tor callers. Why do not the Benson Turnpike have their bridge over Benson creek, near this place, repainted? It is needing it badly, There are some slides in the pike that should be removed, or they may cause Ihe company some trouble in the future. Messrs Alex. Conway and James II ' Williams, ol Frankfort, and Mr. Lee Conway, of Flat Creek, spent Sunday with Mr. Polk Conway, near this place. Lee called 011 his girl, tint found her not. Poor Lee, we felt very sorry for him, he looked so sad. Try again, Lee. Anoint. When you see it promising colt with a splint, curb or spavin forming, thus spoiling its sale, go at once ami piocure a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure. One dollar invested iu this ureal remedy will save you hundreds ol dollars. It has no equal as a liniment for man or beust. 9, 1882 Ztt3ZSTBKiriXJLTZIX,.T3XXK3i HEW DEPARTURE ! Wholesale and STAPLE & FANCTf GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C., Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-class. BEST BRANDS OF JL resh Oysters Received All other goods handled in their season. Hunters' complete outfits. FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. Fine Shot Guns a Specialty. CALL JLIVO SEE FOR YOURifeEIl,ir. Sept. 30-3111. HH 11 R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., Have a nice line of sunc Such as Inkstands, Pap e tries, CIGAR OASES, "WRITING- DESKS, Gold Pens, Pen Kives, &c, &c. ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS, SUCH A. 8 CHATTER BOX, ST NICHOLAS, NURSERY, Tojs only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year. J. C. BUSH, D. D. S., j FIlA.NItZIOOIt'r, IV (Successor to Dr. T. I,. Taylor.) din bo found nt bin from 8J a. in. to 5 p. tu. reiuly to do nil kind of dentnl work to the cntiro entlufnctlon of thuio who may chosn to putronUo him. July Number 12. OMAN, retail dealers in Daily From Baltimore. ISTMAS ODER CASES, sept33.tr W. J. .OHINN, ALL KINDS OF COAL, WUlsellttttbo very Iowect figures FOR CASH!