k . r.rminnED by - physictanb. .
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Cntarrh of tho Nasal and
Ulcorativoi Catarrh of !. Ewor
Throat. It Is taken .INTERNALLY, and
acts DIRaOTLY upon tho Blood and
Mucous Surfaces of the System. It
Is the best Blood Furlfler In the
WOvLD, and Is worth ALL that Is
charged for It, for THAT alone.
our rnma cure for catarrh
137-IN THE MARKET.
And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any
Oaso of Catarrh It will not Cure.
IVIIili CUBE ANY CASE.
Offlco of A. T. Stewaiit & Co. 1
Chicago, 111., June 4, 1680. f
Mestra. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O.
Qentlem:n:l take pleasure In informlntr you
that I liao ust'd Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias
cured me Ivasvry lud and don't heoltatoto
say that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken
properly. Yours truly,
T70BTH SIO A BOTTLE.
E. Mrnr.AV. JuuksLU, Mich , writm ITavo hart
Catarrh I or SO years. Hall' Catarrh Cure cured
me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle.
WSoM by all Druggists at '6 rts per bottle.
Manufactured and Fold bv F .1. CHENEY & CO.
Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO.
For S lie h
jos. lecompti: druggist,
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.,
WATCH 3IA.fi EO,
Sueccfor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort,
Ky.. continues the watch repairing
at the old stand, li.v unfrnptness and careful
.ywork ho hopes to mcrit'thc pittronngo of those
iho clcjiro to hmc their wiitche tepaired without
diimnt:e bring done them. Surveyor'
repaired and other instruments requiring
delicate mid accurate adjustment.
In retiring from busincs in Frankfort I take
pleasure in e.preising my entire rnnfldenco in
Mr. S. Aye, mid from my lon acquaintance
with him n a workman, do not hositatu to
him us ovtry way capable of meeting the
expectation 1 of my former patrons.
II. 1 MEEK.
Large Assortment of
SOLID SILVER LADLES !
FOEKS AND SPOONS.
Largo Assortment of
14 ill IS I MEU WATCBES !
Water Sets, Tea Sets,
Castors, Butter Dishes,
Pickle Stands, Baskets,
And Novelties in Fine American Silver Plate.
If you need any of the above goods, or anything
ejso in the Jewelry Line, wo are Belling at
Wholesale Prloes. Quality guaranteed.
OTIS W. SNYDER,
If Ctitnrrli lin yottr ni'iie of
smell mill Ontitrrli Cure will
cine you. 75 centH per liottlu.
Rirnnpe to nny, there whs ho flrlitiifr
ClirNttnns nnd onlv one person was elint,
and tli n t ncdilontnliv.
On Siitunlny nijrlit Home one threw a
Ciinnon lire crnclter nnil it exploded in Mr.
H. ft. Bun tit's Ince, newly puttitij; out liis
right eye, mid hurning Ihh clieek hnilly.
He lint Piiflereil ii j:reat deal ol pain fiotn it,
but hopes the Htrlit of liia eye is not injured.
Mr. C. R. Bitlhird, if Owenshoro, nnd
MissSnllie Stillfiekl, of this city, neiemnr
ried tit the residence of the Inkle's uncle,
Mr. John Uendeisnn, on Tue-day morning,
Rev. Father L. Young olliointing. The
young couple left on the 8 20 n. tn. train
for a short hridal trip
A nentletnan went into the ftoie of Mesrs.
R. K. McClure ii Bro Sattuduy and
that the uppers of u pair ol ulioes
which he of them and hnd been
weat inn for just two years and two motilhs
wete hi en king. Me wanted another pur just
like them to make the damage good.
Went, daughter of Col.JE. C.
Went, of this city, has taken the first honor
thiileen times consecutively in as many
mouth in Citv .School. No. '2, in Lexington.
She has not failed to take a first honor every
month lor the last two years. She makes
her home in that city with Dr. Acqitilln
Tulhiill. .who has adopted her.
The following officers of Capital Lodge
No. G, I. O. O. I, weie elected Mondny
evening, December 2o, 1882, for the ensuing
Thos .1. Hutchison, Noble Grand.
A. Chilton, Vice Grand
E. Whitesides, Trensurer.
V S. Dehoney, Secretary.
Win. McEwnn, Host.
The following officers were elected
Wednesday night, for the ensuing year, by
the JIiiKinio Lodges of this city:
Hi ram Lodge, No. 4.
Geo. A. Lewis, Worshipful Master.
Rev. J. M. Lewis, Senior Warden.
John E. Kirtley, Junior Warden.
W. T. Reading, Treasurer.
E. Whitesides, Secretary.
John W. Payne, Senior Deacon.
Sam. J. Shea, Junior Deacon.
Gus, Shiielcr, Steward and Tvler,
Esoitiiic Loom-:. No. o.'J'J.
James A. Mrtrrny, Worshiplul Mater.
Frank G. Montgomery, Senior Warden.
William L. .Felt, Junior Warden.
John W. Piuett, Treasurer.
0ciir Herancourt, Secretary.
William II. Phythian, Senior Deacon
John B. Vench, Junior Deacon,
Gus. Shaefer, Steward and Tyler.
Mrs F. A. Lyons and daughter, Mies
Anna, who reside on Second street, South
side, came over to this side of the river
Saturday afternoon, and returning home
after dark, discovered a light nt one of their
windows. Thinking the house was on fire
t'uev hurried in, when to their surprise the
light had disappeared. They were then
convinced some one was in the house and
Mrs. Lvons went out into the street to call
for help while Miss Anna remained to
watch for the burglar, and she did not have
to wait very long, for n low, heavy set
black rascal came rushing down the steps
as boon as he heard Mrs. Lyons calling to
someone on the street, darted out of the
door, and ran down the street, followed by
Mrs. L., who chased him to the corner of
Main and Second and saw him disappear
down Buttle Alley, Oflicer Smith was soon
on the ground and mndu an arrest, but tho
ladies failed to identify the man and he was
released. The fellow had evidently just
gotten in and was taking his time when the
ladies arrived, for they missed nothing,
though a bureau drawer had been opened
"Bough on Rats."
Clears out rnts, mice, rooches, flies, ants,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers.
Eleotion of Soool Trustees.
By order of the Board of Cotinciltneti of
thecityof Franklort, an election will be
held on Saturday, Jan. Wth, 1883, for the
election of three School Trustees, to serve
for the term of two years, by the qualified
voters of the city of Frankfort: said election
to lie held at the following places, with
ofliceis ol election as follows:
First Ward, Office of H. R. Williams'
Stable J. D. Robinson, Geo. Huffman,
Judges; Ed. M. Drane, Clerk; 11. G. Bantu
Second Ward, Market- II oue J no.
Henderson, M H. P. William, Judges;
Win. Sttllell, Clerk; Clms. Featherstone,
Third Ward, D. J. Haly,
Lewis Weitzel, Judges: Jno. W. Milam,
Clerk; J. L. Price, Sheriff.
Attest: F. V. GRAY,
Fkavki'okt, Dec. 27, 1882. CVy Clerk.
Christmas at the Feeble-minded
On Monday evening Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart,
his estimable lady, and the teachers at the
Feeble-minded Intilute gave an entertainment
for the amusement of the children of
the institution and invited a number of
friends from this city to witness it.' nnd all
who attended were amply repaid for their
visit. In the ulternoon an elegant repast
was spread, which was partaken of by a
large number of guests, and early in the
evening the company were invited into the
chapel, which had been beautifully decorated
and prepared lor the occasion. Two
large Christmas trees filled with presents
stood one on each side of the stage, nnd immediately
above appeared the words in
evergreen, "Merry Christmas." When the
company were all seated Dr. Stewart, in n
few appropriate remarks, welcomed them,
and then the programme given below was
gone through with. The tableaux were
exceedingly interesting, and the recitation.
and declamations were given in splendid
stjle. In fact, it was a first class entertainment
in every respect. The exeroices were
begun by singing "Glory to God in the
Highest" by n number ol the pupils, after
which the following;
1. Tableau of the seasons Spring,
Summer, Autumn, nnd Winter.
2. Tableau No rose Without a Thorn.
3. Tableau Taking the Veil.
4. Recitation Grandma's Beaux.
5. Tableau Bridal Scene (bridle seen).
G. Tableau Courtship und Marriage
Six (cent's presentation, declaration,
cool possession, altercation,
7. Tableau The Flour of the Family.
8. Addiese The Search fur Happiness
9. Tableau The Gipsey Camp three
scenes the camp, good fortune telling, bad
10. Tubienu Hallowed be Thy Name.
11. Tableau Woman's Rights.
12. Essay on Man (S A on Man).
13. Dialogue The Boy who would not
be a Girl and the Girl who would not be a
14 Tableaux Going to the Centennial
two scenes too late for the cars and arrived
15. Song Ring out the Merry Chiming
The presents, which were all donated and
cost the Stale nothing, were then taken from
the trees and distributed to the children,
who wern made as happy as lurks. After
the distribution the invited guests returned
to their homes, with the exception of some
fifteen or twenty couples of young people
who remained und enjoyed a social dance
for an hour or two in the Chapel.
The Institution, under its present efficient
management, is one that not only our people
but the whole State may well be proud
of, and it should be amply provided for in
future to enable it to continue its good work
of throwing light upon tho clouded intellects
of the unfortunate ones of our Commonwealth.
Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't
be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
internelly. Price 75 cents.
GRAY k RODMAN,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
STAPLE & FANCY 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 BRISTDS OF
Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore.
All other gDods handled in their season. Hunters' complete
FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS,
Constantly on hand.
Fine Breech-loading Shot Guns a Specialty.
CALL AlVr SEE FOR YOURSELF.
! FOR CHRISTMAS !
R. K. MCCLURE & BE 3..
Have a nice line of
Such as Inkstands, Papetries,
Gold Pens, Pen Kives, &c., &c.
ALL THE POPULAR JOURNALS,
SUCH A. 8
CHATTER BOX, ST. NICHOLAS, NURSERY
Toys only Last a Few Days ; Books tho Whole Yea
J. C. BUSH, D. D, S
(Succenor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.)
Can be found at bis office from 8 a. m. to S p.
m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to tho
entire satisfaction of thoso who may oboaa to
patronize taiiu. July 15. ly
W. J. CHINN,
ALL KINDS OF COAL
Willsellatthe very lowed figures
. .. . ... . mmmmmmmAms
The Frankfort Roundabout. W
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, owe: dollar per year
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