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Orttarrh of Husal and
Ulcoratlvoj Catarrh &"(" JCyo 5r
Throat, tt la taken INTfcRNALLY, and
nots DIRECTLY upon tho Blood and
Mucous 8urfnoo of the System. It
Is the bast Blood Purifier In the
WO.LD, and Is worth ALL thntls
charged for It, for THAT alone.
inn
only mum mi for cauiis
12TIN TOE MARKETS
And we offer One Hundred Dollnro for any
Oneo of Catarrh It will not Ouro. a
W1XX CUHBANV CASE.
Office of A. T. 8tkwait & Co. I
Chicago, 111 , June 4, 16&. f
Jlfe4r. F. J. Cheney C Co., Toledo, O.
(lentlemvml tnko pleasure In Informing you
that 1 hao tm.-d Ilau'n Catarrh Cure. Ii lias
cured JiKt was v iy don't hesitate to
pay that it will aire any rape of Catarrh if. token
properly. Voura truly,
WOPTn tUO A MOTTLE. ,
E. JdcniiAT, JucksMi, Mich,, writes HavH had
Catarrh for ft yearn. Hall's Catarrh Curo cui ed
nic. Consider it worth $10 00 u, bottle.
C'Soltl by all Drufrglstsat '$ cts nor bottlo.
Mfmufnetured and RoitfW F J. CHENEY & CO.
Soto Proprietors, TOLEDO, OUIO.
Fur Silu lv
JOS. .icCOMITK
Oct 18. Iy
miuohist,
Smith Frnnkfort.
Watehea Fins Cloeks3 Bagravini
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SAMUEL AYERS.
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.,
WATCH 3IAKER,
vSucrc??or to H. V Meek, Main Street, Frankfort,
Ky., cnr.tiiitiCK tin- witteh re.pnlrin buirietf
ut the "old maud. Ky wniinptness mid enroful
work he hope to merit tho pufrunngo of tliojo
uho to hivc their wiitdio' repaired without
damage hfing diuui them, Surveyor'
repaired and other innt'iimeiitc requiring
delicate mid .iccurnto adjustment.
In retiring from hmdiici in Frntikfort I take
pleiiiMirc in my entire conildmcu in
Mr. S. A'icn hihI from my long acquaintance
with him At wmfcnuiii, do not iicnit.itc to
In in ii evir wn cipuMu of meeting the
expectation of my fanner putruiis.
' 11. h M LLK.
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FOR A SHORT TIME
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THE FOLLOWING GOODS
PRICES MENTIONED,
If tho or b r Ik 'eat hv innil with port order,
registered letter, or poMng t.iiiiu:
Silver Thimbles, open or closed ends, 24 cts.
Solid Silver (Sterling tiiiiimiitml)
Twi Spoons, :i 83 iir srt.
Solid Sllvei Table Spoons, $10 65.
EODQEES' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 OTS.
JZodat'rtt t'vu Hooin.'&.no per ut.
Rodgero' Table Spoons. $2.50.
Eodsera Forks. $2.60 Per Set.
Hoilrs' KniveH, JjJi.OO Tr Set.
STEM WINDING HICKLE CLOCK IT SI,
WITH ILUIM, S1.S0.
flolld O .1 1 Ki'K, 'liner Uh t or plain
IfM, fr tUe littlo folk, 75 eenff.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
"WATCHES,
DIAMONDS.
SILVER PLATED WAKE !
Send for our Prictt before you buy.
OTIS w. sirexxBit,
Manufacturing Jnvclcr.
fZTlVprk Shif an J Salts Room: Ufftrtt,,
tftotite Court llouse, Uxiugton, Ky,
Mr. A. Clark, Louisville, us: "I
hac been troubled witli indigestion, ami
lime been jjri'ittlv bencllted liv Brown's Iron
HIlllTH."
Tho machinery of the steamer S. V.
IViit'e in still in tho liver, never having
lu'eii mined, noil Messis Miles A: Son have
not purchased ii, as repotted,
The following ollieers of Frankfort Lodge
No. 10, K. of II., were elected Tuesday night
lor the ensuing nix months:
Daniel Ouber. Past Dictator.
A. T.Todd, Dictator.
C. Shnbinski, Vice Dictator.
Alex. Szymanski, Dictator.
W. II. Hrinkwurlii, fiuide.
George Salender. Triasurer.
Loiran McKce, Kcpotter.
Philip Sclhcrt, Financial Reporter.
C. A Cliaplahi.
Alex. Conway, (iiianliiin.
J no. V. Knpe, .Sentinel.
.1. N. Mile), C. .Shnhintki, and Alex.
McKwau, Tiuctees.
Lee lleninanii, Grand
Philip Selhert, Alternnte.
Dr. U F, Duvali. Medical Kxamincr.
An nrcident happened at the gas workn
Tue-day night which oaine near proving
fatal to .faun's Ilarvie, nn'ored an old and
expoiieneed einplove of the ctulililmieiit.
The pressure put upon the gan caused the
water to ldow out ot the purifying hox, ami
together with an Mfd'tn nt he went into the
purifying room to remedy the matter, when
the gae, which wiih escapiiiL' rapidly, overcame
him and he fell on the floor. The
man who was with him became frightened,
ran out and called for ussi'tancc, and before
lie could he gottoa out life was, almost extinct.
He was finally and is
now all right. During the time occupied in
Hiving Ilarvie, a sufficient ii.uitity of gas
CHcaped to caucc the lights all over the city
to go out. Unfortunately for the company,
the unti'gnH meeting was in at the
Court Hou-e at the time, and it gave the
material for their gan.
The Satullotivs held a meeting Saturday
night, and invited a number ot friends to
meet with them and enjoy a grand imnquet
which tliev supposed had been prepartd for
their couMiuipiion Hut alter spending a
couple of hours in pleaasni conversation and
social games of euchre they discovertd that
the member who was lo prepare ll.e feat
wnsoiit of the city, and iheir appeiites would
not be appealed with quail on fried
oMcr. ttc, and thev went away exceeding
sorrowful, for they had anticipated a good
-in:ire meal, and had been fasting for several
days in order to do it full justice It
was the twentieth marring? anniversary of
the iin'inber who to set the feast, a
unique set of tinware had been provided as
a for him, and the orator of the club
had been instructed to loid up with the best
speech he could manufacture and had burnt
the midnight oil in its construction and
befote his mirror; but when the terrible
announcement was made that no supper
was in wailing the presents were savagely
pocketed, the orator mournfully folded
up his manuscript, and each one silently
marched out into the night, with the same
thought that the Dutchman wal lopped his
son for having.
Advertised Letters.
Fkaxkfokt, Ky Dec. 23, 1882,
Arnold, Willie
Brock, Miles
Claik Charles
Cany. Morihy
Forx'liiu, Maggie
(Jrceii, Lizzie
llanmer, Maggie
.fnhhou, Lou
King. Danii'l
law is, Lizzie
MrEimiH, Will
Itod.'crs, Elbert
Shuck. John W
Short, John
Williams, Arthur J
Williams, Joe
Wilson, Mary
Walker, Kobi
Bright, Dr
Clark. Wash
Callaghaii, Mary
Dawson, William
(iiillin, John
Harrod, Joseph
Jenkins, liellie
Kellv, Susan
Lewfs, Faniiv
McLean, WA
Perry, Marin
Hi'lllw, Steven
Snider, John
Wiley, Joseph
Wallace. Flora E
Williams, Lathesha
Woirhnge, Margaret
Willis. Taylor
When calling for the above letter please
say advertised J . IUtchitt, V. M.
"Bough on Bat."
Clears out nils, tuict, roaches, flies, anls,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers,
25c. Druggist.
Call and .ee Wnggener'a holiday goods.
Mr. Ceo. V. Heock and Mi.-a Maiy E.
Loyd were married at the residence of the
bride's mother, in this city, Thursday alter-noon,
by Elder (ieorge Darsie.
A little ohihl of Henry White, colored,
who lives on the hill above the Areiial, was
tenibly Saturday inorninir, about the
feet and legs, by a kettle of hot water being
overturned on it. It wns standing b the
stove when one of the legs came out, the
stove tilled over, and I he kettle fell oil'.
If Catarrh has destroyed your sene of
smell and hearing, Hitll'n Catnrrli Cure will
cure vou. to cents per bottle. Diuguit
elli t.
We have jii"t received of Mcrs. D. .1.
Lake A" Co., of Philadelphia, one of their
Aliases of this county. It is a very complete
and valuable work, containing maps of
each precinct in the county, showing
of county roads and residences of farm,
eis: of the cit) by wards ami voting precincts;
outline plan of the county; table of
distances and population of the county; map
of Kentucky and Tennessee; outline and
railroad map of the United States and
tables of valuable information. It
is exceedingly handy as a book of reference
and should be in every houe. The agents
are now engaged in delivering it to the subscribers
in this cit v and couutv.
The residence of Maj. K C, Williams, on
the hill overlooking the city, on the southwest,
known both as the old Major and
Harl in place, was destroyed by lire Sat
unlay morning. The fire broke out about
eleven o'clock, at which time Maj. Williams
and wife were both from home, and
there was no one on the premises except a
colored tamilv who lived in an outhouse.
Nothing was saved except a few articles of
furniture. The fire is supposed to have
originated from a brick being burned out of
a chimney and the flames communicating
through the apperture to the woodwork of a
closet. There was SI, 700, insurance on the I
house but nothing on the furniture.
Score Tom One.
We clip the following from a letter written
from this city to the Courier-Journal :
It waft only yesterday that vour correspondent
met in town two of our
responsible and truthful citizens, namely,
Col. Isaac Wiugale and
Tom Scott, both ol Woodlake, this county
informally discussing the incident of a
recent finhing excursion on South Elkhorn
Creek, near the ol the latter
Said Mr. Scott lo Col. W jugate:
"Don't you remember that catfish jou
caught and threw out on the bank?"
"Yes; what of it?"
" Well, the next evening, just about
hours nfler you threw him out
theie, my little boy and I went down to the
creek to catch a mess of 'nd eye-".' when
my sou picked up that same fish, Iving right
where you left it, ami it was still alive .'"
It is a common practice among our hufis
fishermen to throw away, as in 1I1N cae,
the blue cats. They are not valued as a
table fish, and nro rarely "strung."
Knowing both these gentlemen lo be above
suspicion, I have no hesitancy in
their story as absolutely true, notwithstanding
hujishy smell.
Doesn't Want It.
Fuinki'okt, Ky., Dec. 10, 1SS2.
Kdihr Roundabout :
Please return my thanks to "many friends
of the school" for a call lo become a candidate
for school trustee, and assure I hem that
I appreciate the compliment, but must respectfully
decline to become a candidate.
U. V. William.
A CARD.
Editor Jloundabout :
In answer to 11 call made upon us a few
days since, through the columns of the
Hoc.npaiioi't mid Yeoman, to become candidates
for School Trustees, we will say, that
while we arc not candidates tor the portions,
if the people desire our seniors for
another term, and elect us, we will endeavor
to discharge the duties to the best of our
utilities,
Ht'spcclfully,
E, WiiiTiwinKs,
D. L, II.U.Y,
W. S, Dkiiunuy
$100 Reward
Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't
he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
iiilernclly. Price 75 cents,
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GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
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BALL'S
FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 23, 1882
rRtaam
NEW DEPARTURE !
Number 14.
"OpfflArai
Wholesale and retail dealers in
STAPLE & FARGT 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 BRZSTDS OF
Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore.
All other g jods
FIRE
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W I
handled in their
outfits.
FOB
season. Hunters' complete
ARMS OF ALL KINDS,
Constantly on hand.
Fine Breech-loading Shot Guns a Specialty.
Sept. 30-3111.
see iron yourself.
SISTM'S 1
R. K. MCCLURE & BP X
Have a nice line of
Such as Inkstands, Papetries,
CIGAR CASES, 0L17B WOOD GOODS, ODER CASES,
DESKS,
Gold
Pens, Pen iiives, &c.,
&c.
ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS,
SUCH A. 8
CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY,
Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books the Whole Year.
J. C. BUSH, D. D. S
DE1TTIST,
FRANKFORT, 1"V.,
(Succeor to Dr. T. I.. Taylor.)
Can be foaml at hi office from 8 a. in. to 5 p.
in. ready to do all kind of dental work to tbo
entire ittUfaction of tboio who may ohoin to
patronize biui. July
W. J. OHINN,
DEALEK 15
ALL KINDS OF COAL,
WilUollatthe very loweftflgurei
FOR CASH!
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