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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR - & Volume VI. A TRULY. FRANKFORT GBfiAT&W. KY., AUGUST 4, 1881. Number 46. fik Switzer. We nre in great need of rnin. Corn nnd tobacco crops ore suffering greatly for want ol rain. Miss Laura Hnckensmith, ol Peak's Mill, is visiting Miss Laura .'tones this week. Mrs. Almira Hopkins, of Payne's Depot, Is visiting her son, G. W. Hopkins, of this place. . Miss Bettie Smith and Miss Ella ofMidway, nre visttinyat P. C Smith's mis vveeK. Preaching at North Fork Church Sunday at eleven o'clock, and Sunday night nt the usual hour. Mr. J. M. Lyon will nppear Saturday and Sunday with that usual smile that has not been seen on his countenance for several weeks past. Mr. B H. McCoy nnd Willie .Tone have purchased them a new road cart. Now von boys that have no carts must stand back and give them a chance. Mr. Wm. Hopkins, of Payne's Depot, paid us a tlving visit this week. Mr Will is an excellent mechanic aud is doing n splefldid business at Pavne's Depot. A protracted meeting is being conducted , at Carter near this place, by Foment, pastor of the Christain Church Elder at Stamping Ground. So far there has been eight additions. On Wednesday eveninsr of this week the Democratic voters of thife end of the district met nt this dace to listen to the lollowin' distinguished gentlemen: Messrs. Sidnev French. Charles Exinn, nnd Ben. G. WiU liains, who spokeon the political issues of the dav. It was Mr. Williams' first public political speech, and to one not knowing we would have been taken for an old experienced stump speaker. The Franklin Baptist Association will convene with North Fork Church on the 21st of AugUot, nnd continue at least two days. Grounds have been selected about mile north east from the church, on the Forks of Elkhorn turnpike. The grounds can be easily reached bv nil who mav have a desire to attend. Come one come all. Every effort will be made to accommodate you. Once A Wkck. Wool-IiiiubSchool-houseone-half KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET, Two Famous Shows Pooled in One Monster Combination The Grand Circus Royal, English Menageries Consolidate with the Great LARGE ASSORTMENT OF E)I-DOlNr3DS Astley's Museum-Aquariu- m, " & r W. S. DEHONEY - We do not hemtnte to endorse tin's Great Amusement Temple n one of the very best traveling on the rond. The new and interesting lentil res exhibited, Mich nsthefllori oils and Lightning Brilliant Electric Light, the Elephnnts, Two Circus Companies, Two Menageries, etc., place it at once This consolidation of Bij! Railroad Shows Prnp'r. is to visit Frankfort, Wednesday, August BEN FREEMAN, Matter. 15th. J. E. KIRTLEY, Below will he seen pxtracta from various Agent. papers at places where the Grand Circus July 14 tf. Royal has already exhibited: The Gram! Circus Royal, etc., lias come and gone. It is under excellent management, the company connected with it are good people in hotli an artistic and a perHas just received his spring and summer stock of sonal ense. There is nothing emblazoned on the hills that lias not its counterpart under the canvas Baltimore Gnzette. AND FANCY Parents, professors of educational institutions in the city and surrounding countty should encourage theatteudauceol children, great and small, to witness this wonderful exhibition, known throughout the land as the "Grand Circiw Uo.miI. etc." Gieit because ol its new and attractive features, one of which is the charming aud unrivalled &C. Miss Mollie Brown, the champion of all Call and see him at Swigert's old lady bareback riders. The Great Electric LUht; the $31,000 Hunting and War Elstand ephant, Empres; the charming Luila, the St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Human Cannon Ball; the Pretty French Equestrienne, Gertrude Le Monde; the Nov. Fascinating Mile. Olvmpia, the Heroine of Niagara, and thousands of artistic and en joyable sensational attractions that have never before been seen under the canvas of Htiy tented show. Altogether this is the IN SAPLE AND FANCY DEALER best aud most attractive show that has ever visited our city. Washington Critic. Is still making her regular trips from Frankfurt Louisville She leave Frankfurt every uosday and Friday nt 7 o'clock, and rates are at ohoap at. any other transportation. The Fannie Frceso belongs to Frankfortnnd to Cnpt. S. V. Pence, ami why not patronize her? Special ratet on all freight going south or west' and through bills of lading given. FANNIE FREESE! avan. &c, &o. Car- m Diamonds Ming M to W. V S.V. Fence, first-clas- s. Solid Gold and Steele Spectacles. ?1 a INSTRUCTIONS " J .AS J I. T. RDNYAN, How to Test Tour Eyes AND vi SmBBBEgag"SSK5 Order Sent FREE. Al STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MONOGRAMS AND I -- tt- ' ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY ii-3t- DRY GOODS, MOTHS, CROCKERY & GUSSWARE. MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXIlSTGrTOlSr, Workshops and Sales-roo- m Bridgeport. Eggs scarce. Dry, is the cry. Have you seen my darling? Mr. G. W. Hall made a biibiness trip to Winchester this week. Mi-- s Ellie Williams, of Frankfort, is the guest of Miss Ella Tupp. Regular services nt South Benson Church morning at o'clock. Miss Ethel Cook has returned home from a visit to relatives and fiiends in Shelby county. Mrs. Gitssie Sargent, who has been quite ill for several weeks, is very much better at this writing. Rev. W. L. McEuan, of Fiaukfoit, preached at the Franklin Presbvtcrian Chinch last Sunday. Mr. JS. Roberts, of Shelby county, spent several days in the village this week, visiti g Irieuds and relatives. Several dogs have been killed in this vicinitv lecently. Our only i egret is that more have not shared the same late. Miss Uuth Mtistin, of Woodford county, and Miss Mattie Sargent, of Fiaukfoit, are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. MUses Cornelia Hall and Lulie Parrent, of Shelby ille, who have been visiting in thisviuiniiy lor several weeks, have, returned home. Messis. W. F and J, B. Russell, S. A. and W. II. Parreut, and MtiMer Meivin Parreul took in the Exposition at Louisville this week. Mr. Berry Bailey, of Anderson county, a highly respected citizen aud well known in this vicinitv, was instantly killed by lulling Iroin a loud of hay Wednesday. Mr. Benj. Mourning, araniltntlier of Mrs Dr. Clincher, who has fteii very ill dining several months past, at nis home in Anderson county, we are glad to announce is some bitter. Johnnie Paireut and family lelt Monday lor Mayview, Missouri, where they will reside in the luture. They have the best wishes of this entire coumiuuitv for their happiness and prosperity. Mr. N. P. Tribble, wife aud daughter, of Shelby county, and Mis. Jennie I lagan and daughter, of Madison county, who have been visiting Mr. Jos. Terry and wile lor several days, have returned home. Keeling Gaines has a small chicken that killed a mouse Monday. It peifbimed the deed by catching muusio by the tail and whipping the tloor with him until badly stunned, finishing the act by pecking, 1 1 KY. I cordially invite you to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, Sep3 tf. FRANKFORT, KY No. 8 North Upper Street. IANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND Suffer no longer from Dyspepsia, Indigestion, want of Appetite,loss of Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, &c. BROWrf'S IRON BITTERS never fails to cure all these diseases. Boston, November s6, 88i. Brown Chemical Co. Gentlemen : For years I have been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia, and could get no relief (having tried everything which was recommended) until, acting on the advice of a friend, who had been benefitted by Brown's Iron Bitters, 1 tried a bottle, with most surprising results. Previous to taking Ijkoun's Iron Bittbrs, everything I ate distressed me, and I suffered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach, which was unbearable. Since taking Brown's Iron Bittbrs, all my troubles are at an end. Can eat any time without any disagreeable results. I am practically another Mrs. W J. Flvnn, person. 30 Maverick St., E. Boston. EGBERT a speciality. & SON, Paper Hanging w WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law- , AND House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. JB6?"Pluin and Decorative Orders left at Averill's drug store attended to. ill be prompt)) April i6-- tt Heal Estate Agent, estntc-collectio- "D PAPERS, n. GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. SEED, GERMAN INVIGORA'OR IMPO-TENCself-abus- Will jiraoticp in the courts of F.unklin Thousand f"D"D"OTI J ally robbed of" graves are annu. adjoining counties, and will also jrive nnd the of thtir victims, I Tl speciu; "" , liatan r,.nlnnnJ uvea uiuiuiiyvu, uajipiiics anu attention to the purobnse and sale of real by use of the great of rents, claims, and the neftotiatioi of loans. Office opposite Court House. .a V X II II . June 25-- 1 v. VICE'S FLOWER A.T i JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Which positively and permanently cures (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a as loss of energy, loss of eo,uuncy nf memory, universal lassitude, pain in the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a premature grave. Cj3" Send for urculars with testimonials free by mail. '1 he INVICORATOR is old at $! bos, or si hoses for $5, by all druggists, or will Eersent free by nnil, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing F. J. CHEN'KV, 113 Adams St., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States, For sale by S! JUST RECEIVED BY . BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, NOTICE. -- -. JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Merohaxit Tailor, BETWEEN MAIN and BROADWAY Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskins, anil not. est styles of fanoy French cisstuioros. Ho is prepare! to tuako them ut on shor g notice, and glvo perfect v . 1 SOUTH SllDtU. THE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Childron will hereafter tnlto plnce every Frldny uftcrnoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Institution is open for viiiltors at uny time when most convenient for them tn attend, JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintcdent. Oct. f. at the Krntuoky Institution for the Education and Training of Feeblo Minded ' M s Watches, Fins Clcc, Sogravig, Sic. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH HIKEl?, Successor to I). F Meek, Main Street, Frankivy. continues the watch repairing bushiest? at the old stand. Uv promptness and oareful work he hopes to merit' thu imtronngo of thoso who deslro to have their watches repaired without damage being do no thorn. Surveyors compasses repaired and other instruments requiring delicate aud acouratendjustiuent. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by till Druggists. IKBS garments, stylish inn! jmsmmmmnm RE SELLERS & CO. PHQPfuiToas. comfortable. prrsBumaN. pa .June y-- ly w. j. CHiira, DKAI.I'.K IN feb3 On. ; ;i1 fort, DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell Brown Chemical Baltimore, Md. Co. in Catholic Building. ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 to 8 attho vory lowest figures f4! In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasuro in expressing my ontlro uonlidenco in Mr. S. Ayres, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him nt every way capable of mooting the expectation of my former patrons. li. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-tf See that all Iron Bitters are made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, nnd have crossed red lines and trademark on wrapper. F OH J. C. C A SET ' IC"V BUSH, D. B. S., BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Oflleo Hours 8 P. M. A. M 12 to 1 l M., 7 to PRANKFOKT, Exe- '11 One of our best citizens would say to the public that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure aud it is nil that is claimed lor it. Price 75 cents per bottle, Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Can bo found nt his oflleo from 8 n. m, to ! ui. reudy to do nil kinds of dentnl work to 1), entire satisfaction of thos who may chose patronize him. July 15 1 I ifr A i : ". 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He is now pub in Lexington. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Having finished our new Roller Mill, we are now prepared to furnish the Nailing a paper nt Cnrtliage, Missouri. Miss Minnie Peterson returned Saturday aaa.dL from a visit ol several weeks lo relatives in Monday is election day, ami judcing from Scott county. We will make a specialty of exchanging wheat for farmers. FRANKFORT, AUGUST 4, I8S3. indications "the boys" will have to vole Mrs. .1. W. Hunt Reynolds lelt Saturday without any light being thrown on the sub for Shnfordsville, North Carolina, to visit her parents. Plenne bear in mind tlmt the blue pencil ject. mark X on yonr paper indicates that the Mr. C. E James returned Saturday from With Dr. Talmnge Monday, the Presi- a trip to Chicago, Kansas City and other July time for which von have paid has expired dent Tiiecduy, an election next Monday, ami points in the west. and you are requested to call around and a circus coming we are getting along pretty Mrs. J. Russell Williams and Miss Pinsettle. well this warm weather. kie Buckley left Tuesday morning to visit Nice Stock of Jerseys cheap at J. L. & relatives in Clark county. .Indue Thomas K. Hargis, of the Court W. H. Waggener's. Judge C. C. Black, of Augusta, Georof Appeals, has withdrawn from the race gia, was J. the citv Tuesday, visiting his in The Democratic County Committee of for reflection to the office he now ioldi, sister, Mrs. J. W, McClure. t term this county, have given the "future great" and at the expiration of his Mrs. Fd Newton mid children, of Little will either locate here or in Lotiisxille for Rock, Arkansas, are visiting the family ol young lawyers of this city a chance to air Mr. Clias, C. Newton, near this citv. their eloquence on the raging stump this the practice of his profession. -t Mis. Jnnnette Thornton, ol Versailles, week. A fiie broke out in the shaving room nt who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. The Fair of the Anderson, Franklin and Rodman & Sneed's snwmill about 12 B. Lewis, in this city, returned home yesSalvisa Association will be held nt their o'clock Wednesday night. The alarm was terday. J mitre L. Hord, wife and granddaughters, grounds, near Lawrenceburg. beginning on sounded and the fire department succeeded the 21st inst., and continuing four days in extinguishing the flames before any se Misses Annie and Mary Watts Brown, res This is the nearest fair to our citv, and has rious damage was done. The loss will not turned Wednesday from a visit to Aurora, Illinois. always a splendid show of fine dock. It if exceed $100. Miss Sidney Lewis, of Georgetown, who a pleasant drive over there, and a day could Capt. Henry WiNon, of this city, and hns been visiting relatives in this county not be more profitably spent than by attend Miss Mary Haney, of Lexington, we emnr and city the past two weeks, returned home ing. ried at 9 o'clock, on Wednesday morning, yesteinay. Miss Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louisville, will The L. & X. Railroad on last Sunday put at the residence of Rev. Father Young in arrive in this city and will spend this city. They took the 10:20 train for a on a Sunday train between this city and several weeks with her "sister, Mrs. J. X. All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at Louisville, which leaves the hitter city at short trip to Lexington, Cincinnati and Crutchcr. 8 o'clock a. m., arrives here at ll:Uo a. in., Louisville. Mr.Chas W.Saffell, Assistant Postmaster nnd returning leaves here nt 5:25 p. in., arRev. T. DeWitt Talnnige. ol Brooklyn, nt this place, has been confined to his home lor the oast two weeks with chillsaud lever, riving at Louisville at 8:30 p. m. By this New York, visited this city Monday, on the arrangement we now have two trains a day invitation of the Governor, and at 11 o'clock but is aide to be out again. Mr. Orlando B. Crittenden, who has been between here and Louisville, which ought that morning preached to the convicts in visiting his parents in this city for several satisfy the most obstinate kicker ncainst to At 3 o'clock in the weeks, lelt lor his home in Greenville, Misthe Penitentiary. the Capital remaining here on account of our afternoon he delivered a free lecture at the sissippi, Wed need ay morning. not having Sunday trains daily papers, etc. Mr. W. L. Riugo, of the Auditor's ofPresbyterian Church, which was largely Wingate. infant son of Dr. N. J. attended and greatly enjoyed by all who fice, has removed his family to this city to We have been Robert marking down all our goods at prices that will compel reside and has located at the former resiand Mrs. E. W. Sawyier, of this city, died heard it. At night he was entertained by dence of the late L. W. Glorc. people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that nt Stnunton, Virginia, on Saturday night, Col. J. Stoddard Johnston. He left Tuesfact. We have placed upon our counters nt 10 o'clock, aged two years and three day morning for Lcxiticton nnd went O K. JV . ill for thence to Corinth Camp Ground, and from months. The little fellow had been on In this some time and his parents took him to Vir- there will go to Deering Camp Meeting, on Mr. H. S. county, and Saturday, July 28, 1883, to Banta wife, u son. the Mnysville and Lexington Railroad, ginia last week in hopes that the change In this city, on Saturday, July 30th, tn Robwould be beneficial to him, but he lived where he will preach next week. ert Qordon and wife, a son It on hut Alexander. only a day or two after his arrival. The Personal. remains were brought to this city Monday that will be sold at half their regular prices. ! & Mrs. J. R. Stafford hns been very sick night, and the funeral took place from the We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half this week. family residence Tuesday morning. AT-tm Miss Nannie Browder is visiting relatives its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far Mr. Richard Coulter, an employe at the in Russellville. below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next Fawmill of Messis. Hughes & Dunigan, Mr. J. Soule Smith, of Lexington, was in was missed from Lis place of employment the city yesterday. I TO GO H AVING DETERMINED the highest WEST, on season. will offer at public sale to bidder, about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. As' he W, L Pence left Thursday for a Mrs. was working in the place of the regular log- visit to Louisville. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1883, ger, the supposition was that he was drownMr. S. P. Browder and wife are visiting THE STAMPING GB0UND AND ed, the river was dragged for bis remains, and relatives in Louisville. LEOOMPTE'S :EUN TURNPIKE about seven o'clock that afternoon his body Mrs. A. II. McClure returned Monday is not known how he from u visit to Shelbyviile. was recovered. It with its franchises. Tim road is in good repair, and being level, is easily kept so. It has two Toll Houses came to be in the water, as no one saw him of them is House. Mrs Jns. A. Hodges, ot Louisville, is on it, one long, andan extra Toll Stamping The pike to Ground runs from S4 miles fall in, but it is supposed thai a log turned visiting relatives in this city. the Scott and Owen line. I will also sell a small FARM of 46 acres, Ijing on under him and threw him under a raft of Mi-- s Pattie Roberts has returned fro ill a said road, within mile of Toll House, near Stamplogs. He leaves a wife and one child in visit to relatives in Lexington. ing Ground; all in grass, with a comfortable house on it. Also 20 acres of Jtimber land, mile of turnpike, indigent circumstncefc. on County road. For further information call on the Mrs. Hiram Berry left yesterday mornundersigned, at Toll House, near Stamping Ground. ing for a visit to Willinmslown. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, a. m, A large crowd of people Irom this city Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Mies MuggieA. Lewis returned Monday H. B. HOUHK. nnd county collected at the depot and on July night Irani a visit to Carrollton. Broadway Tuesday afternoon, to catcli a Mr. Milton McGrew left Thursday mornglimpse of the President as he pasted ing for a business nip to Illinois. through on a special train bound for LouisMr. John E Day returned Wednesday ville. About halt past four o'clock the afternoon iiom a visit to Chicago. MANUFACTURED BY train, arrived and us the engine, gaily decked Mrs. J. W. Bohannannnd little daughter witli flags nnd ribbons, made its appearance Si So, are isiting triends in Scott county. Ey. at, the mouth of the tunnel, Capt. Jack Mr. Frank Mofee left Tuesday morning Veach's Light Artillery fired the first ol u for Louisville with a view to locating. FOR SALE BY guns from the Arsenal palute of twenty-on- e Miss Bettie Holmes returned Wednesday Hill. The train moved slowly through the from a visit to Danville and Lexington. street, followed by n dense throng, until it Master Willie A. Lewis is lying very ill reached the front of the Capital square, when Main Street, opposite J. L. & V, H. Waggener, HATS-DERBat his father's residence with peritonitis. Frankfort, Ky. im. stopped and Governor Blackburn stepped it Mrs John L. Sueed lelt Wednesday afterout on the platform ot the rear coach and noon for a visit to relatives in Louisville, introduced the President as follows : Mrs Sallie Raily, of Veisaille-- is visit"Fullov.7 Citizen's: I have the honor of House and lot of Mrs. N. II. Gay, on Broad-wn- y ing Mr-- . .John N. Markham, South Side. street, opposite railroad depot. Also the introducing to you Mr. Aithur, the Chief Mii-Blanch Mnsonheiiner, of Danville, lot on High ctrect occupied by Mr. O. B. Mack-- 1 United States, and our Magistrate of the is visiting Miss Bettie Holmes, in this city. in us n coal office nnd yard. For terms apply Cheers. President." tn Mr. Qav or to A. T. TODD. Mii-Ellen Todd, of Belle Point, has re- June President Arthur then stepped foiwurd turned from tin extended lo Philadeland suid: phia. "Ladiks and Gextli:mi:x: I thank you Mrs. II. G Maltern and children iclurned & kindly lor the eiitluiMusiiu welcome nti Satiirdav from a two weeks' visit to Louis-illIN SOUTH'S IUH0ING, FRANKFORT, KY. OFFICE have given me. 1 am glad to be in Ken tucky, where I have been treated with the Hon. Jas. W. Tate, wife and daughter; Ship Shelled Oats, Corn greatest kindness ever since I entered the Miss Monie, have returned fiom Blue Lick always Stuff, Bnin.Flour exchanged and wheat. an hand. for AGENT FOR THE State. The train is abput to move and you Spungs. All kinds of grain bought and sold. a speech from me. I thank can not expect Hamburg-AmericaElder George Daisif left Moudav after Mail Line noon for a mouth s visit to Rollinsville, JONES BROS., Proprietors. you kindly." AM) back in the enr Colorado. The President stepped AT Mai afacturcrnof all kinds of New Work tor Rev. J. X. Chestnut and family, of St. ar.d Secretaries Folger and Lincoln and ALLEK MIL Mill LIKE STEAMSHIP COS. Louis, Mo,, are visiting his mother on the inPostmaster General Gresham were each Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, , South Side. Tickets to and from Europe tit lowest rates. troduced to the crowd and bowed their JAH. SHAW. Mirs Annie Webb, of Simpiouvillc, is ALSO DEALER IN acknowledgement of the cheers with which visiting her bister, Mrs. Su'lie Darnell, STEAM GAUGES, Mazzlo Loading they were greeted, as the train pulled out South Side. Guns from 93.00 for Louisville. The crowd then dispersed BRASS FITTINOS OF ALL KINDS, AC. up Breech Load MiHs Mollic MoMct'kin, from nenr Jones all feeling happy that they hud s$ en u real Station, lias been visiting Irienda in this city OHAMPAGNfl OIDUR, ing Guns from 5.00 up Revol live President in our city. One enthusiastic this week. SSfContracts for New Work in any pan GINGER ALE '& SELTZER WATER. vers from BOo.iiRi he saw the train begin to move, citizen, as of the State. Mr. D. C. Jones, of MemphiH. Tenn. is Eiiclosestampfor48pageIUustrated Catalogue, Order loft at Brewery OOlco will bo promptly :,. i... i nation, ain't he .,::.:.... i,u tuiici'iii'inn, aj, xiui ni... and d ri....i VJUUCr, exclaimed "II vipiuiiu in- - ii. attended to. PITTSBURGH FIBE ARMS CO., One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets in tliis city. making a short trip of it?" Pittsburgh, Fa, March North Side, Frankfort, Ky, April t6t FRANKFORT post-nfflc- ROUNDABOUT, o ROLLER FLOUR PRICE PAID SAltor THEBEbT FLOUR in the WORLD. P0R WHEAT. . HIGHEST MILES & SOIST. Beginning Monday, July 2! AND CONTINUING AT THE pre-en- r- During tbe Rest of the Season ONE PRICE ARCADE! to-da- y, PBICES LOWEB Than Ever Known Before. 2,000 REMNANTS! TURNPIKE -- LAND ?Tablic Sale. HARRIS & HERRMANN, T Of The One Price Arcade. HATS HATS! STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS. 14-t- HOPE MILLS FL0UK, WHITE HALL, s (I 1 1 hi feiil!:; i Hoggins & Baird, FORSALE , s s 23-t- f. ie-- BOYS ME IT'S ALL DUNLAP'S STRAW HATS, FELT Y HATS, Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats MILLV1LLE MILLS LATEST STYLES FRAN KFORT e. CflUTCEER J. O. MATTER, n MACHINE SEED OATS! it. WORKS, mm ' Wholesale and Retail GUNS MINERAL WATERS, 1 ' 'If If F 1 1 3-- tf. HT J w. '. CL; ' ,t.X ! f J'' A' T I ttiimiyBisii'raliA BBBj 1 "AMedfMuS5HBiRMRB.T The Capital City Base Ball Club desire us Very Low Rates. to return tlieir thanks to the young lady During the continuance of the Southern who presented them with a pair of handFRANKFORT, AUGUST 4, 1883. Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing somely embroidered 'Milk I011I tings. August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the UHGEST CIRCULftTIOM IN CITY AND COUNTY There will be a Democratic meeting at Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell at which any Excursion Tickets from any of its stations the Court House number of speeches are to be made; the to Louisville TO TRAVELERS. at one (nre lor the round trip. No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House usual free concerts will be given from the These Tickets will be on sale every day, Y Commenctna Monday, October 16, the following balconies at White Hall and the Arcade, (rom L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 time table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for and taken all together we may look Tor days, allowing this point, ' ample time to visit the quite a lively lime when the shades of even- Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, TRAINS SOOTH. Arrive at Leave draw nigh. and second only to the Centennial at PhilaLoulivllle. ing Frankfort. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY m p. M 8:30 P. M, . . No. 5:45 Mary Kenrns, of Covington, while delphia, 10:55 a. M. . . 8:15 A. M. Miss No. 17 . . . . a:a7 p. m. s:5 p. m. attempting to alight Iromacnrriageiii Belle No, 21 of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of M. 6:40 . . No, 19 C. & O . 4:10 p. M. Coffee 15 cents per package; sugar 0 cents Monday, was so unfortunate as to TRAINS NORTH. Point per pound; best lard 12 cents per pound; Frankfort send to Leave the city for work when they can be accommodated at Leave lall and hteak some of the bones of one of best bacon 12 All other Frankfort. Louisville. cents per pound m. a. m. her feet. Her father, Dr. Chits. Kearns, was No. 18 to:; M. 7:00 A. goods in proportion at J. Heeney's. home. No s:S3 Oct. 25-- tf. :35 . M. t No. 14 leaves Lou. 5:00 p. M. arr. at Frankfort 8.0s p. m. notified and came over Wednesday night to No. 30 C. & O. . . . S'a m. 3:00 p. M. She will not be able Women's side lace shoes $1 old price No. 38 leaves Lou. 8 00 A. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 A. M. look alter her injury. Trains No. 33 and at both connect for Cincinnati, to walk for some weeks vet. $4 00 at MoC! ure's. arriving tnere at ir.ts noon, ana 7:15, v. m. iram leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. No. 34 connects with train Mr. George Harrod, of this county, laid A desirable building lot in Foil Sai.k Nos. 33 and 31 connect at Anchorage for Shelby M. ville. Freight traWs leaving Frankfort 6.15 A. M., and down on the deck of the Steamer Fannie p. m., will carry Apply nt this oflice. South Frankfort. returning leaving Lexington at 7:1s paisingers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all Freese, she lay at the wharf Mondaid intermediate points. Nos. 37 and a8 are Sunday Misses cloth shoes 50 cents at McClure's night, and (ell asleep. In rolling around in trains only, E. P. BRYAN, Agent. old price $2 50. his sleep he fell over the guards rnto the I TAKE this method of informing the f iblic that from this day I water, immediately sank, and came up If you want the best school furniture, see will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, Buhr Hotel is to be aking no exceptions or The front of the new under the boat. It was some time before sxinple at It. Rogers' furniture store, on deviations. My stook of of pressed brick. he could get out and came near being Main street, Frankfort, Ky. of the Episcopal Church is drowned. The chapel TIN-WAR- E, McClure & Bro. are closing out some old being enlarged and greatly improved. Religious Service. stock Odds and ends at almost any price. The SoutliernjExposition, at Louisville, so Rev. Dr. Roy, converted Hindoo Brahmin is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. far has not been the success it was expected from India, will preach Sunday morning at , There is no danger Irom fire caused by to be. lighting matches at night to see what time 11 o'clock at the Court House; afternoon it is, if vou use one of Selbert's Meteor Luy Rev. J. C. Randolph, of Danville, will open air preaching at the State House yard, and in the evening he will deliver a lecture minous clocks. preach at the Presbyterian Church at the Court House, at 7.1 o'clock, on "India ' Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous Fon Rent. An office room 011 the lower row morning and evening Public cordially invited. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. floor. Apply to Judge Duvall. circui is coming at The Very respectfully, E Power has several hundred tea roses in Go see McCluie & Bio.'s odds and ends last and the small boys, and some Inrga bloom, including Marshal Neils, and he is ones too, are happy. counter. prepared to furnish rose buds in any quanThe Franklin Baptist Association will tity on demand. Persons wishing Marshal The meteor clock with the luminous dial Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. meet with North Fork Church, in this Neil buds should have orders in a dav or s the latest thing out. For sale by P. county, on Tuesday, the 21st, int. two before they need them as they are scarce at this time of the year. ssys Judge A dispatch from Ashland The dial of the meteor clock shines at He has other rloweis in proportion, and night so that the time can be seen in the Brown will ask for troops to protect Neal is prepared boquets or to furnish during his trial at Grayson next week. designs made up in a very short time after darkest night without the aid of an artificial light. For sale by Selbert. Mr. Z. T. Thomasaon sold on Friday of the order is sent in. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. UK ' 1a , t, CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MArTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. '1 j' 1 SA .... t K -- M P- - FOR CASH ONLY. , 7 '.,.. ' 1 STOVES, . GRATES, &C, s Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. r-. " long-wished-- lor u JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Sel-be- rt. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. last week, a fancy harness gelding to Mr. L. E. Jones, of New York, for $300. A large number of persons from this city and county went to High Bridge Camp Meeting Sunday to hear Rev. T. DeWitt , Ta1tntge. . " Mr. S. C. Bull left for Louisville Thursday momingto take charge of and arrange the exhibit of Messrs. Miles is, Son, of this city, in the Southern Exposition. Mr. John Cain has leased the building formerly used as a spoke factory by Messrs. Watson & Bro., between Wnppiug street and the river, and will shortly establish a grist mill there. Col. John N. Crutcher received the sad intelligence Wednesday that his father was lying vitv ill at his home in Misyotui. The Colonel was himself confined to bed and unable to go to see him. . brass band was organized in this city Thursday night, which will be composed of twelve instruments, theperformeison which have had considerable experience and will in a short time furnish splendid music. As there has been some complaint that we were without such an organization, it is to be hoped that our citizens will not allow it to disband for want of .employment, or send to Louisville or Lexington, when they have need of a baud. A For Rknt. Two, two. story frame dwelling houseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, gas, and njl modern improvements. Apply to W. C. Hkkndox, Main Street, Cliaatcaa Street, IfcTortiieast Corzxer, Capital Square. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y Ifyou want to catch an early train, you will not be left if you have a meteor lumi- on short notice. nous clock, for it has au alarm to awaken you, and then its dial shines so that you can see the time in the darkest room. Set-be- it Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. , We have received from the Superintendent of Public Instruction a circular announcing Republican party for Sheriff of Franklin county. Advertised Letters. that the per capita for white and colored been children for the school year Fkankfout, Ky., August 4, 1883. fixed at one dollar and forty cunts. Atherton, A P Barnes, Andrew. Baxter, Elia A Beith, John Little Willie Wats, son of Mr. M. It Hi own. Lou Cnsev, Ben LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Criswell, J D Wayts, in attempting to get into n passing Cains, Elizzie and for sale at Lowest Prices by Dulin, Edgar G Floid, Susan wagon Monday morning, was thrown to the Dannell, Bob G. B. MACKLIN. Ethington, Laullie ground and his head and (ace badly bruised Eaken, U It Gober,' Dr W F up. He was knocked senseless by the fall Howard, Robert Johnson, Lizzie Johnson, Rebecca Lee. William and has since been suffering n great deal. Mehrmgcr, John Miter. Benny Miller, W F The time of pacing taxes to the City May, Gurdie Mayones, Lucy Moore, Jesse Treasurer has been extended until Monday Rodman, George Sunford, Curt night. This is the last chance you wdl Salsbury, John Triplet!, Linda have, as the ten per cent, will be added on Valve, Mattie B Milons, Mary. Say advertised wh en calling for the aboe aR soon as the book goes into the City MarJ . G. IlATcmrr, P. M. shal's hands, which will be in a day or two. letters. 1883-'4hns has. them for sale. Mr. J. M. Banta. has commenced fitting up his building 011 the corner of St. Clair and Broadway, and will move into it in the Announcement. fall. The roof is to be taken off, the buildFOR REPRESENTATIVE. ing made lull tluee stories, and the second and thiid floors fitted up for a residence, We are authorized to announce A. G. BRAW-NEthe enteranee to which will he from St. as a oaniiJate for Representative of Clair street. The front of the store-rooFranklin county, subject to the will of the peoon the first floor will be taken nut and a ple at tho August election, 1883. double front put in sons to have an entrance FOR SHERIFF. from either street, and the interior will be greatly improved WILLIAM CHURCH is thecandtdato of the R m R. K. McCLURE & BRO. Are making greater efforts than ever, to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at THIS SPBIITQ! LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP COAL! COAL! A HEW GOODS Hatarrh (pH 13 LCOMMEWDED BY PHYMCIAWB. HALL'S avxtMtm Oavlty-Ohro- nlo i '5 1 . , is simply immense. Their variety is 1 Mr. John E. Leslie, of Cincinnati, has been awarded the contract for painting the There are two groceries and a blacksmith scenery of the new hall at $1,503. Mr shop at II irp. Leslie has had large expeiicnce as a scenic The recent convert, Mr G. V. Harrod, artist, and painted the scenery for the old has been baptized. Mr. SI. Dtinuau will have plenty roasting Metropolitan Hall in this city in 1858, and ears in about six weeks in 18118. of Major Hall Mr. Alton Paris will be agent for the Capt. D. A, Murphy, of Danville, super Louisville Warehouse this ear. Mr. Beutley will leach the tchool at intending architect of the uovei nmeut BuildPleasant Ridge this year. Look out, boys. ing in this city, arrived in town Tuesday Mr. A. C Scott has been employed to and began making arrangements to begin teach the public school at Kbit Creek th'a the work at once, and on Thursday morning jeiir. 4le will begin August 7th set a force of bunds to work making the exOld man Ireland 'died July 29th at h's cavation for the (initiation. son-- i inlaw's, on Flat Creek, anil wns finri!iM . at his old home near Lock port, If cm y A large number of persons went down from county, lie was a memtier ol the liaptist this city to Louisville Wednesday to attend, Church, and a good old man, Mr. Rausford Dugin's team ran oil' with the opening of the Southern Exposition. The accommodation train which left here him Thursday evening, while returning from Frankfort, threw him out and mushed at 6 o'clock in the morning was composed his skull, and otherwise bruised him up, of nine coaches, each of which wiuj filled to He is now in a critical condition. its utmost capacity. Funny. Harp. and Satarrh of the Nasal of the Bar. Ulcerative! Catarrh INTERNALLY, or and Throat. It le taken Blood acts DIRECTLY upon theSystem. and It Mucous Burfaoes of tho Is the best Blood Purifier In the WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. Larger Than Ever Before! s T2JD 0N1T INTERNAL CURE And we offer One Hundred Dollars for any Case of Oatarrh It will not Pure. WIXX CUKK AMY CASE. Office-- of A. T. Stewart & Co. 1 Chicago, 111., June 4, 1880. f O. Mtun. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo,informing you Gentlemen: I take pleasure In used Hall's Catarrh Cure. It has that I bave cured me I waa very bad and don't bealtate to say that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken Yours truly, property. yIN FOR CATARRH THE MABKET.d Call and examine while stock is fresh. - n WE AEE t WORTH StO A BOTTLE. E. Mcrhat, Jackson, Mich., writes Have had Catarrh for yearn. Hall's Catarrh Cure cut ed me. Consider it worth $10,00 a bottle. tap-so- ld bpttla. by all Drurfato at 76cte Manufactured and aolaV F J. CHENEY & CO. Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salo by 1 J. B. WSATBCKVOBO. GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more "r 91 jr l.'f . ; lE- V JOS. LeOOMPTE, Oot I8-I- DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. A Handsome Transparent Picture. -- M -', x M 7 M J . .IV , r 1 i jw&B&a!! i,.i W.Ktfii:fj-iWTini;Vra)LraVj -- T1.1 . TffviTOnXi r TT"71,fca''sgaa3'rgrcJm'Mmz . ,' .'.ijtefeia jWW a v " v tK r . .i m j o: " -- v.f.H;f ; IJl ' - " rf r J', ., ".M x V fsrj v w . 11.TVOT. Vll'l' 1 .. l"i . t. " ' " " ' " ,- - T" ;'' tf. FRANKFORT ?' m sfrv; "uf: ' rS 4 r .a Tl"1 : ' - j j-- V. ' :r 1. JJT" r fw; .U'W -- i- ROUNDABOUT. I; 'W All diseases resulting from as nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression of spirits, and functional derangements of nervous system, cured by German Invig. orator. See advertisement. For sale by Joe LeCotnpte. self-abus- e, COMING SOON ! Chesapeake ui FOR Ohio Mwiy, Frankfort, Wednesday, Aug, 15. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Bloomington. WASHINGTON. PHIUDELPHIR. & IEW YORK. Flat Creek. Cropfl need rnin. The picnic nt Bald Knob Saturday wns well attended. Hon. Ira Julian delivered nn nddre8 to the people of Bald Knob Saturday. Mr. Win Church, Republican candidate for Sheriff, was at the picnic on the 28th. Jno T Lee had the misfortune to let a horse (ramp on his foot, inflicting a painful wound. The young men have had a meeting nt Mr. J. T.'s tolmcco patch, and plowed and hoed it out while he went a courting. Tnir. Scrabble, Shelby County. Crops loolc well. Tobacco will soon do to top. G. L. Rodgers has a very sick baby. The fartnerri lime put up a large quantity of hay. Mr. W. Stivers ha? two very sick children with fever. Mrs Nancy Terrell is not expected to live many days. "Clipper" is still at his old trade smoking his old pipe. Win. Dearinger, of Franklin county, has a very sick child. Thomas Chester had a lot of chickens stolen from him the other nilit. The Sunday-schoo- l at Lebanon Church is about to quit, on account of bad order. The Sunday-schoo- l nt Pleasant Ridge, in Franklin county, is progressing finely. A large attendance and good order. W w ' r " vs. ttr ' Rusty Cuss. Benson - i i fr " Tr i fctf a Lv l( , w, . P. t ,'l"' W ' v. W 1 ? i est .' A' jA 'w Kf Crops in this vicinity are looking well. Farmers are about through stacking their wheat and oats, and are now biifily engaged in their tobacco, which promises a fair yield. Elders Baker and Bensley have just closed a protracted meeting at Mt. Ziou Christian Church. The attendance was very large and the people manifested an un usual degree of interest, which resulted in 15 or 20 new additions to the church. Capt. Win. Taylor is pressing his mile section on the "Devil's Hollow" Turnpike, and is now within three hundred vards of Old Benson Meeting-house- . The Captain is an old turnpiker, and we feel confident that we have the right man in the right place. Col. George W. Moore has a very remarkable walnut tree on one of his farms. It is the largest we have ever seen, measuring 15 feet in circumference, and about 80 or 90 teet to the first limbs. The grain of the wood is curly, which makes it valuable for veneering fine furniture. Col. Moore is of Our Sunday-scho- ol has been poorly atthe opinion that if it was judiciously worked tended for the past several Sundays. We it would make between five and six car loads trust that parents will give more attention of musket stocks. Winston. to this matter in the future, and see that their children attend more promptly, lor Stoney Creek. there is nothing that tends toward advancing the morals cf a community more than a Crops need rain. . well governed and disciplined We bad fresh cider at Mr. Milton MooreV Let us all be more prompt in the future. Xll'PKK. last week that was just splendid. Mr. Milton Moore purchased a cat fish Robert Farcen, Falmouth, Ky., writes: that weighed JGJ pounds Monday. "I have tried Brown's Iron Bitters. It is Elder J. K. P. South prenched a very in- the best remedy lor lestonng appetite I ever teresting sermon at Antioch last Sunday. used." Mr. J. R. Fears commenced the public school here on the 23d, with a large at- Editor Roundabout: At a Turnpike meeting held at Benson tendance. Depot. July 14th, 1883, Esq. Jno. B. HamSunday-schoo- l We have a flourishing nt in this neighborhood, also ilton was chosen Chairman and L. P. the school-hous- e Hulelle Secretary. one at Antioch. Wiii:kkas, theFarmdalc and Bridgeport The picnic at Bald Knob last Saturday, Turnpike Company was organized with the passed of!' quietly, nud was largely attended. view ol constructing a turnpike road from Hon. Ira .Julian was present niiJ made a Furindale to Beiif-oDepot, and whereas very nice speech. said turnpike road has been completed from Democrats, remember the time is drawing Fnrmdnle to Bridgepoit, and proves lobe near to elect a Representative, nud let us an unprofitable enterprise, and whereas the rally to the polls and give Hon. Ira Julian comtr ct'on of a turnpike roud from Brideg an overwhelming majority. poit to Benson would be an important link Sxavi:. connecting Bridgeport and Benson magiste-liprecincts, ami would add greatly to our John Blank, Louisville, s,iys: "Brown's present facilities' in shipping stock and other Iron Bitters is the best remedy I ever tried freight from Beut-oDepot, and would o for headache and palpitation of the heart." make that part ol the road already completed pay a dividend, which now pavs Bald Knob. nothing, and whereas a charter was procured for said road some 8 or 10 years ago ; Fevers are still raging in this neighbor- therefore, hood. Resolved, That we now organize a compaMiss Rosa Shackelford is on the sick list ny to be known ns the Bridgeport k Benson this week. Turnpike Company, for the construction of The picnic was attended by a Inrge crowd said road at an early date. To this end the organization wus com.Sttturdny. Mr. James A. Fry lelt f.r bin home in pleted as follows: Wilder Dupiiy, J. B. Hamilton, J. D. Estill Tuesday, Moore, R. I). Armstrong, Win. Taylor, nnd Mr. Doc. Arnold and wife visited his L P. llulette were chosen directors of the father Saturday. road. Mr. Lewis Lee nnd the little Democrat R, D Armstrong was elected President visited the Knob this week. and Treasurer of the Board. L. P. Hulette was elected by aeclainntion Mr. Pascal Reeve and wife were the us Secretary of all business" and advisory guests ol Mr. Flem Mahouey Sunday. We understand that a young man from meetings of the Board. J. B. Hamilton. W. G. Armstrong, jr., Cedar Run blistered his" lips" with beard nnd W. C. Taylor were appointed a commitelixir. tee to view the rond nnd report the most Messrs. J. J. Smith and J. A. Fry visited practical route nt the next meeting of the the Knob with their picture gallery this Board. week. The meeting then adjourned to meet at MissySarah Tillel, daughter of Jesse Frankfort Tuesday, August the 7lh, 1883. js still confined to bed, but hope still John B. Hamilton, Chairman, remains. L. P, Hulettk, Sec'y. Gues. Sunday-schoolal al-Til-le- t, Born. July 19th, to Mr. Ambrose Qunrles, jr., and wile, a daughter. Rev. Mr. Ford is announced to preach at our school-hous- e afternoon at 4 o'clock. Everybody invited. CONSOLIDATED WITH- Misses Mc Bride, Tliomnsson and Johnson, ol the Ceilar Una neighborhood, have been on a visit this week to friends in this vicinity. - AND Col. Si. Hodges, a prominent lawyer and noted Sunday-schoo- l lecturer of Peak's Mill, and his friend, Mr. Montague, of Lexington, were the guests of D. Glanton one day last AND THE GREAT week. Look out for the largest Democratic vote ASTLEY'S MUSEUM, AQUARIUM, AVIARY HIPPODROME, in thio district since the war. Our people EGYPTIAN CARAVAN AND ROYAL are for a tariff lor revenue only, and will vole accordingly. They are getting tired of AMPHITHEATRE. paying $1 for GO cents worth of goods. Of LIVING WILD ANIMALS, INCLUDING THE We predict that Mr. Julian will not lose a single Democratic vote in this district, besides he will receive the votes ol a number of the best Republicans, several of whom we heard express themselves as determined to work and vote for him. The picnic, advertised to, take place Friday the 27th, at Gay's bridge, but for some purpo-- c was on Long Branch, 1 miles noithwest. was a grand success in every respect. The dancing was good, but the speech of Hon lta Julian was better. Miss Lizzie Rodgers, of Frankfort, was on a visit last Sunday and Monday to friends in this neighlioihood. Miss Lizzie is a great favorite with t lie young lolks here, who always accord to her a hearty welcome. What is known as an old gentlemen's burgoo came oil' last Saturday. It was held in a beautiful grove near Bethel Church, and was an enjoyable a flair to those in attendance The supply of soups and other liquids was plentiful, Sorry we could not be there. Hon. Thos. Y. Fiizpatrick, of Floyd cou my, was present at our picnic last week. Tom is a prominent young lawyer of EastAND THE BLUE - HORNED HORSE. ern Kentucky, and, notwithstanding his attachment lor his mountain home and people, there seems to be attractions down II this waj. Come again, Tom. An enterprise in Magnitude, Outvieing in Splendor, Overwhelming in Attraction any The district public school begins the Amusement Corporation ever thought of since the woild was formed. Brains Trustees-desirBecond Monday in August. The and capital have combined with experience to make this to urge upon parents the importance of having their children begin with the school. Parents should look well to this matter, and require a prompt, constant, Unequivocally and truly beyond all heretofore successful attempts. The Monster everyday attendance Irom their children, and.Imposing Show of the Universe, and justy stvled THE for whose education they are responsible. MIGHTY MONARCH OF THE WORLD There may be neighborhoods that can The DoubleJiorned Black Rhinoceros, Black and White Camels, &c, first and only ones compete with us in beautiful girls, but as to ever captured, and now on exhibition in the Grand Menagerie ; Also Monkeys, Birds and young and handsome widows we can't be of Ocean Marvels. Two Circuses in one Big Circus Ring, two sets of beat. If there is any one thing on this Reptiles. A Performers, representing all nations. earth thnt we do know better than another it is a handsome woman. We may comMISS MOLLIS BROWN, CHAMPION FEMALE RIDER OP THE WORLD. mit errors, make mistakes, and doubtless do, but in this matter there is no mistake. H O'BRIEN'S SIX BIG SHOWS -- ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS FOR 1 HMDEHEEUGER'S GRAND CIRCUS ROYAL A SOLID TRAIN FROM I ENGLISH MENAGERIE, CAR-LOAD- LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. "m !' :x WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TRAINS FOB i tt .1 !!, .1M S NEW YORK. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO m M tr ill Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL ln-l- d For tickets and furtbor informntion npply to nearest or address James C.ErnstjOencral Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. V. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond. Virginia. your ticket-office, GIANT ELEPHANT "EMPRBESS" fill TEouisville SHORTEST &yigjg QBST 1 IE CHS TO THE! SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN A. GEEA.T SHOW! ! pdllmah mm car-loa- d FROM LOUISVILLE TO Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, Savannah, Jacksonsville, Mobile, and New Orleans. sii this road will receive special low Routos, Rates, Time, etc., seo E. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to 0. P. ATM ORE, O. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. EH s CD $ IfcM CO lVlIlJjCvAll line lbrates ofFor iAkLrfnf linmAfl es S est2 ex r-- S. F, Smith, M. D. O. A. D. n.oww, M. D . t J3 If CX3 KBkJ? si Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Surgeons, i FRA.NKFOItT, KY. Office nnd residence noxt door to the Baptist Church. S Cliilr street. C5 S3 NEW PLANING MILL. 1,000 Men, Women Children, Horses, Ponies, Mules, Elephants, etc. J. M, WAKEFIELD First-Clas- 9 GREAT ! ! SHOWS ON EARTH 9 I ! ! ! Having recently added to bis Establishment s to Planing Mill, furnish all kinds of Could not detract one iota from this Supreme Monarch of the Road with its thousands of Mighty Features unknown to Antediluvian Menageries, using in its transit one of the finest private railway ecpuipages ever seen. Thib Great Show travel), by Kail Only In Majestic MagnifiMost Comprehensive Most Novel Make Most Interesting cence Most Successful up your parties at once. CfSfllear in mind the day and date of this Great Show is positively fixed no change. X Is now prepared Sasb, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO NO POSTPONEMENT d ! RAIN OB. SKINE I s Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 tf. & Turning Qotten out In the Best Style. being distributed throughout the BST'Don't be deceived by cunningly-wordecountry to mislead you. There is but one GRAND CIRCUS ROYAL. BfiyAll railroads run cheap excursion rates Make this n General Grand Gala Ilnlidav REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE. Grand Possession, at 10 a. m. hand-bill- EDWARD M. DRANE, MILLER'S AGENT, 8 BANDS OF MUSI 30 CAGES OF WILD' ANIMALS. I CHAIN DEALER, price. GOLDEN CHARIOTS ! One Mile of Shining Splendor JUJMIBBIDN SD CTB. ! Don't sell until you see him. He buys for the Southern trade; lias always paii better pi ices than any buyer in the market. Will receive grain at any point on the Uiver or, FRANKFORT KY., BE IN FOR WILL new crop THE MARKET highest of wheat at the Railroad. CHILDREN 25 CTB. Juno lCJui E& ' , . J' 'S' ' , ' ' -- n, l I i '. !!.-- ' . . MMmmMiiiML