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KKANKFORT BOILNDABOUT.
8 Vrnnltfott, Kentucky
at tcciind olnss inail.tlde mutter.
GEORGE A. LEWIS,
SsLltoar Q.M.& rE'tablielier.
FRANKFORT, JANUARY fl, 188.
Come iii nnil settle np tlmt lit tie back difference
you owe on tin KorxmwwT lor
year, ami let's ptnrt qu:tre with t lie new.
For this year we yon theHousti
AiinuTixinl weeUlv (or $'2.00
or the Roi'Niuiioi'T tuitl weeklv Louisville
Commercial foe $1. SO. In addition we will
give to each sulferiher n hook oonttiininj:
valuahle iiilormiition eonceriiiiij: the borcc
with remedies lor the various dixeines that
nuiiniil i heir to. By either of the-e nr
rmiacments you will not nil votiv county
iii'Wi iw well in foreign information for
nlxnit the priee of one paper. Come in ami
lets- talk about it.
The olil Board of .School Tinstocs Imvc
inside jjood They have iliclinreil
their dune-" faithfully ami impaitially N"
teacher has been placeil in the svhool on nc
count of favorilisni, eaeh one liaving won
her place by a competitive examination
Why not re-elect them? It will he to the interest
of the chool There Inn boon le-
complaint of them llwu any bo.ird we have
hud for come time
Saturday n neuro boy went to the
of a genilenian in Smith
who ha- recently rcunovil to thi"
city, ami told the l:idy of the that
a neighbor wished to borm'v her br i
progenia;: keltic, whioli w.i" g:veu him
without question. Upon imiuiry of the
neighbor, who the nog'o ft-tit him,
the Indv bmrned to ber that he
bad plaved a triclc m Iter ami had
stolen the kettle. It found Monday at
the eeeond baud .Store, where lie had sold
it.
Ma-ter Frank Hull, -on ol Mr. S. 0.
Bull, was immlliiig a twenty-two
caliber target rille, S..tiud.iy afiemoon,
cocked it placed the muzzle on bis fool,
held it by the stock ami was walking about
the loom in that way, when he wai Middenly
made aware that the gun wis loaded In its
oitr.' oil" and the lull lodging i it his foot,
between the third and fourth toe- Kortun.
itely no were broken. The bullet wan
extracted Irom the, bottom of loot, and
be U doing well.
Oiliceri IJyde, Xmimiti anl Stephen gobbled
a couple ol white men named W'apito
and Wurfiebl, Monday iillemonn. while engaged
in a miiu'0I card- in the -table at the
Vallev Mill-". The money t.i up one .
the men "rirncd down a Oillcei
Mule 'made it elub," and a.- the
a "lull h nnl" the ns had to ' pi--"
up to .Imljie Sueed, who a ennui
bution of tuvntv il illari e.icli. iJ.ip.tn gie
bond but Warlleld had to p! y a "lone
iiand" in the work
A ivii'o won in lc io.vm -ii iPj I. v. ei
lire to the M eid.iy
and cauie neai burning to dciih
In older to -ae they line a !ml
in the wall, ran out and lered to tin-keeper.
L'Z N now in Sheeliiiu, uinl
when the present term of tlie t'lieuit Court
i- ended, will go into retiieiueut at tlie loot
of Iliiili Mieot lor a term ol
Monday evening Itiuhurd L nch, son ol
Mr. Dim. I.vueli, bail a -mall bottle ol gun
in bib hand w lien one ol hi- p!n
fellows lit a match and dropped it into the
bottle, canning the powder to explode. Th
bottle wan broken hi baud- wore out and i
piece of trhiM tick bim in the loreiiend. in
flicting a very painful wound.
Jlev. E J'. liuuiphiiM, I) 1, of Louisville,
will preach ut the 'ivehy ieii.i
Chuich to niorii'W inorning, at II o'elnek.
ht w'ui h time the' 'otnmuiiion ol the I. rd-Supper
will be iidniinintertd. Kblei (iemi
Darsi . of the CliriMiun Churcii, will piencli
at the -nine place at 7 o'clock in tlie
dipt. .1. '. Veitub leeeived otdcrs
f... .i;....f fiei.nr.,! r..r il...
" 'jv. wmmmtwH
Mr. H. V. Fiuvtoiip, f rmerly of
hax located nt Carlnle
The inside doom ol the
Church have been replaced by now ami
li.ueh more convenient ones.
The Franklort Lyceum mii ii'ors.'niiis'ed
lor the wintei at the ol L'ol. Tho-Kodman
Thurcday exening
The Depo-it Bank of thin citv. with
pi out pi declared it
dividend ol lour percent, on the lt
m
Four colored of one of the
ol the cilv weie in
iho river nt wlmrl Sunday
I'ho lint Ii WiNon. Lonixville. n'f.
'Brown's Iron Bittern bus completely cured
me of Irom which 1 eulleicil
"
yenrc
The Lumber ''ompanv, ol
lii city, -hipped the of the week thiee
i-ar load ot walnut lumber to Loudon, On
tnrio, and one to Bo-ton.
Mr. Geo V. Whipple, lormeilvii resident
ol tlii city, and a piomiiient member of the
lirt Lodge of (5ood Templais oraniztd in
tlii place, died of heart in Louisville
Veduej'diiy ol week.
Nine pupils ol (Jhurch
have not been ahxeiit a single
Snndav during the yenr, and one ol
be nuinlier bus never failed to be
during the pnM four ear
The I'oyal TemplaiH wdl hold a meeting
it Mr. II. (5 MattemV Plioioirapb Gallerv
Mohday evening at 71 o'clock. As
impuiiaue i- to be trtitiMicicd a full at-ten-lance
of all i-
The police on r'lid.ty night of week
raiibd n colored gnnhling den in the alley
running Irom Bo.ulway to the Govern r's
Man-ion and "pulled" six ol Mho
occupants. Tliev weie taHen in the act,
three were made witnesses of and other
three fined.
The aw aiding of the thiee presents
given by Mr. Philip Selbert to his cusio
who piirchaied good of him to the
amount of five dollars during the holidays,
came night. Dice were made
of to decide who should have i hem
and lour hundred cliancs .vere tin own for.
Mrs .lame- and Mr. W M.
Hlakeinore tied on 4.'5 lor the prize, a
fine iinpoited clock with globe, and Mi-s
Annie Ker-v, J. D. t'oke, W. M Blake-more,
and fSeo. A Lewis on 42 for the
next prize, a gold headed oune,
while Mr W. M. HI ikomore won the
piize. n ipiadinple plated -liver
hli tlnow being only IS.
Personal.
Mi-s. Belle Hensle is her aunt
in (.'anada
Hon K II Taylor ha- been confined lo
bed di.
Mi. Lint. Tanner, who Im- been eiy
ill. i- improving lo lv.
Mi- V. -I. Lewi- lelt uliernoun
to vi-it relative.- in Louiiille.
Mi-s Fannie Murphy reiuiu"d Tii'dip
lioni a i-it to in fieoigetov. u.
T. Fred Caner. lT.
;. X , i lii parent- in cite.
Mi II fi. Mallei u retained Mond y
limn a vi-il in her in
Mr. H Aie- left iwU
morning to i-it in Ohio
1 1 on T letuined Wedne
ii I nun u vi.-ii In and Cincinnati
Mi"-e- Fannie "avlor ami Todd Salle'l ie
unni'd in school at Louisville
'ilternoon.
Mi- J .1. Quiii led Wedneiilav ovcuin
for a i-it to ielaliei in Wiisliinutoii and
Pbilnde'pbia
Mr. .1 T Pendleton It-It
ing "i- West Viigiuin, to
eept a in a ri htoie.
Mr W. ('. Hermioii nasbeen in St Louis
the week on prol'essionnl biifine.
He rcturneil Thursday evening.
Misf" Lida Harris of
' '"' ' 'iia,lel...a, iiu.l Mr. Ike
' . , . . .,, . , Hani-, of Louisville, who have hoenvHM
Governor h Li-ht Aitillery to lire a salute ot t ig r,.Htives in this city, left lor their
eiht loun U on Moidny, tin 8ih inst I Thursday morning,
The Company will haetheii uniforms MN Fiiimh' Muipbv nit tided Ihe hop
at that tune whicli tire eiy nu.it and given nt Barlow Hull, Gmigelown, on
pome. ! Wednesday eveninir of week in honor
. I of the Young ficuileinon's Club of that pine.
The Deposit Bank has a telephone now ' The Times, in speaking of her. says: Mi-s
Il wa, put 1 in lay and is No. 70. ! " """l.?1"' "'.V-T" '"f0"' Wre one of ?W
m0Pt 'jtl.le worn on the occaHio... It
Mr.T. U. Lou,r,ville,Kv.,snys: "I
, , ,, , . . '., . i was n blue satin
havetiied Browns Iron Ibltem with good ere( cas1ninre overdress nnd Spanili lace
Hiicut'n: in dyppepia." Peurl and diainond oriitimciiK
LSMB 'UUJVllWJiJfJ.lJUmiJI
('are is taken interualK.'
It nets directly upon the blood nnd the!
iiiueoiis viol, ices ol tlie system. Price i.if
For Mile bv do'- LeComple, Sniilh Side
HOHN.
Tn Lmil'vllle. nn Tiieiltv, .Inniiiry 21. IS:.
to Mr. .J I'. Lewln ii ml wife, it son Wim.Iam
Ilr.HMMiN.
(
In this eity, on Ucitncilny.Titnii.iry .1 blW, to
M r. Win- .S.itilonl nnd wlfij a il.iuglitor
N. welglit 12 pome!?.
MATtlilF.I).
A thr of the grnoniV mother, In
thli" eliv. n .Taiimiry -I'll, 1S:i, liy
l'ev. Will. Young, Mr. Fi.ortisov IIkrniiiin and
MtKiil'rN'TIIIA S M'.Mir.HM, nil culnreil.
Dr. O. B. CHIWH.
Ofiice on Main Street, Near St. Glair,
FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY.
STATEMENT
OK Tltr. CONDITION OF TUK
Deposit Bank of Frankfoit,
AT Tltr. CLOSI". OK llt'SINUSS
DECEMBER, 30, 3LSS2.
ASSETS.
Loans and discounts $166,39300
Cash 22,161 77
Due from Banks 13.41S 22
Furniture 1,900 co
Government Tax 7S0 00
Protest S 05
Real Estate 12,532 21
Stamps 140 75
f27.3:4 00
LIABILITIES.
Capital Strck $77,400 00
Old Dividends 7'9 5
Dividend No. 29, 4 per cent. . 3,c9a 00
Individual Depositors 100,739 45
Due to Banks 21,210 90
Piolit and Loss 13,9'jS 09
Inleiestaiid Discount . . 200 00 1
2 1 7.334 o
nivmnxt) notice.
A dividend of four (4) per cent, will lie paid
on the capital stock of the Deposit ltink of
Frankfort on and after Wednesday, January
3d, 1SS3. II. II. WATSON,
Ciis11'i'i:
THE NEWSPAPER!
ABLE, r FWSY,
GOOD AND CHEAP.
Ill MI-IK!
The Courler.Joninil, (HrMtv Wattciiso.v,
if by eireul iibm nnd reiut;itliin the
iiim ln'ljfi"l HciHKfiitnlivv of tho
A- ii rrli.iiili' nn 1
it Inis im Htipurinr in tin eiiuniry or in tlio 1
wiirM. It imiki'H vi'irniH war nn tho
Pni'vi'tivo 'liirill ami Mnrmnu Polyg
iiuiy, Ihii t vlli that Illicit the pruiperily 11ml
iiiu'r.ilit i'C Ihe I'ntlcil Stiitr?. It if ahli'. hrilit
iiu.l iMint.iinii tho !lr'iiiciit eiliforiuli.
tin; most cimplcti: I'liiiiiiniry iif Iho newdiif ihn
wnrM, I he tek'i;riiihie nnd corrrs
full linf anil -Uncle I
million r.' irt -. ccrni'iti ,
Kplcmlid oriiiuiil rturnts iiml nuvelttuf,
1I1 piiitii.ent lor ehihlti'ii, nnwi r toe r i
rii'iitilentH, cle etc., in 11 word, everything to
iniikc it a tn the family, the mi-ell uilu,
nnil li'licirer. !
11 onpics and full desoriptivc preiniiim
ttlll he -lit lie.- nt' uh.irgo to any nn
nn iiitlieatmii. term-1, intiiii
in !or Diilv.&l2; Si.ml ly. $J .- Wtokly,
..-I 50. I
n oiui cenillin: imir je.irly fiiberihcr mil
i!5 ill will In- rntitli'd to 1111 eMra ropy of the
Wit'kly onu year tree to an
nliilC. Al'l'iJ
W. N. HALDEMAN, !
Co Co., Ky.
Muzzle Lonillns
Guns fioin isa.no I
up I Uteeeli
GUNS
Guns from
85.00 iip; JiOe.upj
Htamp for IS pno Illust rntetl Cntnlogue.
I'lTX.iHUIKJII riltK AUMS CO.,
rittsinuBh, l'a.
d r 1 In " m mIMTH
Wn rnntinnn fo
InFniiniip actaHBolicitorHfor
nn.vfnt.
9 Rk3 IB copyriRhtH. etc., for
tho United States, nnd to oWnin patents
iu Canada, England, Franco,
Germanv, nnd all other countries.
Tltli'vtlr vein'' nrnnllin. Kn
I rhaijo for examination ol'mocfela or
I iiu'ii. Advico by inalll'rco.
, ratentu ohtainod throiiRh tifl oro noticed in
tho SCIKXTIPIC ANKHICAN, which ban
I tho hrRont circulation, nnd in tho niout
. ci'tinl nowspnper ol'itn Idnd jmbliHlieiilu tho
I v,v.-KI. Tho alantngeHofHUchanotieoovorj
patoutoo iiiuierpianuH.
ThiHlartro and nplondidly illustrntod
and in admitted to bo tho bent paper dovoted
to hcienei), inochauieH.invoiitioiiH, eim'ineeiiiiK
workH, and othor dopartmontn of inilubtriul
prourcHH, iiubllrihod 111 any country. SIiikIo
eopioH by mail, 10 acuta. Sold by nil
Slunn & Co.,piibliHhorH of
American, 201 llroadwuy, Now York.
Handbook about jiatouta mailed free
nHMvimiiJmmxitw!'ieKAi'MiH.'Viumx9K".i'VKi:s,'anr,
.
A SWEEPING- REDUCTION
.HAltRlS & 1IEHRM ANN'S
One
Overcoats Reduced.
Boys' Suits Reduced.
Children's Suits' Reduced.
Woolen Underwear Reduced.
Blankets Reduced.
Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Reduced.
Fine Dress Goods Reduced.
All Woolen Gobds Reduced.
In fact, nearly every Article in our House
Reduced 5 to
Every article marked in plain figures, showing the old and the new
price. Everybody should take advantage of the low
prices before our stock is broken.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
IaXSt3 Satisfaction gtuirnntocrt or money refunded.
HARRIS & HERRMANN.
Proprietors Arcane.
AFTER
.yj xiijnDj : was mjaima
I would respeetftillv infoim tlie citiuns of tlmt I have removed my stock of
FURNITURE, &C,
TO TIIK WAKHUOUSi: OX TUJi
SO"e7TI2 SSDH OF MAIN STHSBT,
Next-door to the office of .Messrs. V. A. dailies & Co., v.beie I am selling the old stock at
Greatly R, e cl w. c e cl Price;?,
New Goods constantly received. Call caily if you wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in
May so-iy.
THE
TTndert
In all its branches .1 specialty.
Hit 1
Cent.
25 Per
FIEE!
prices.
voaa to,
Orders promptly attended to.
R. ROGERS.
kr fifo "V
Li r H S 8
on hand a Full Stock of
and Fasicy Groceries,
Fruit and Vegetables of al
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORKER.
H. P. "WECilftKAMS, Tr.
I POM
KICIAII. DKAI.KR IN
1 will keep constantly
pr Staple
r Fresh
13 loi kinds,
CALL AND SEE ME AT
3.
I M OW1
WIIOI.KSAU: AND
Groceries, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos,
FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS,
FOREIGN FRUITS, &C9
km STREET, PBAHKFO'IT, KY.
Everything kept in a First-class Grocery always
on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash.
None but the best goods sold.
Sept 3.3 m.
CLOTHING
P YirP A THPi a T P.
Ellillll!
CLOTHING !
STARTLING mi SLAUGHTERING PRICES
WH ITe'hALLI.
Such u reduction in prices will never be offered again.
Handsome $30 00 suits for $25 00.
Handsome 25 00 suits for 21) 00.
Eiamisomc 20 00 suits for 10 00.
Handsome 10 00 suits lor 12 00.
Handsome 12 00 suils for 8 00.
OVIiRCOATS ! OVKRCOATS ! OYHRCOATS !
Prices to all customers regardless of cost and value.
Main Street, Frankfort ami Lexington.
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