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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. REGULAR KENTUCKY RIYEB PACKET, FRANKFORT KY., AUGUST h. i88 Bald Knob. Some of our people were in Frankfort last week and heard the lecture delivered by Mr. Number 47. FANNIE FREES E! Ic (till making her regular trips from Frankfurt Frankfort every Louisville. She leave uesday and Friday ut 7 o'clock, nnd rates are as choap as any other transportation. The Fannie Frcese belongs to Frankfortnnd to Cnpt. S. V. Pence, and why not patronize her? Special rates on ail frotght Ruing south or west' and through hilts of ladlnir given, S. V. Fono, BEN FREEMAN, Agent. Pmti'r. Matter. J. E. KIRTLEY, July 14 tf. i W. T. RDOTAN, Has just received his spring and summer stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. Gall and see him &C. stand, Nov. n-3t- n. at Swigert's old St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, I0DTIHS, CROCKERY 1 GLASSWARE. I cordially invite you MAIN STREET, to call and examine my New and Fresh Stock of Goods. FRANKFORT, KY Sep3tf. LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED ALSO FRESH. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, AT JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. Tobacco topping lias commenced nround Tnlmniie, the great Brooklyn prencher. Its here. n big thing to hnve good horse sense like Mr. John Perkins is on the sick list this that man. week. A picnic is announced for the 16th inst. at The son and daughter of Jesse Tillet are Arnolds Spring on Long Branch where everyimproving. body, both young and old, male and Iciimle Hurrah lor the little Roundabout! It is a are invited to attend without money and without price. daisy paper lor tle money. Mr. Eli McDaniel and wile were the guests What Bloomington has ever done that of Mr. Pascal Reeves Sunday. she should have been neglected (as was the The grist milt on Stoney Creek has censed case last week) by our clever County Committee in arranging that speaking crusade to Drier. tolling to run on account of threshing. Mr. Thompson Herrel ami wife visited we can't tell, unless they thought we would the family ol Kansforri Peyton laot Sunday. vote right anyway. On the third Sunday in this month A certain liaclielor say lie was sick last (August), at 3 o'clock p. in., at our school-housSolid Gold Steele Monday on account of not peeing his girl on the funeral of old mother Gravitt Sunday. will be preached by the Rev Dr. Cannon, of Messrs. James Roberts and Bodge Sim- Hie Baptist Church. he friends and relamons caught about 50 or 60 pounds of fish tives of the deceased lady are invited to last week. attend. There will be preaching at Bald Knob Well, our county ticket did succeed by a school house the third Saturday night in good round majority considering that ntldrcs August by Rev. James Graves. to the Democratic party by the County Messrs. John Lee and A. J. Greenwell Committee a lew days before the electon, and Miss Lucv Greenwell were the guests ol bihI thnt squad of young orator that was AND sent pellmell till over the county. Its n Mr. Henry Hodgers aud family Saturday. grand success Guess. universally large and intelligent A audience greeted the Rev. Dr. Ford last Tioga. Sunday evenins at our school-houswhere The turnpike fever is raging in this vicin- he selected lor his subject the text, "Thou ity. shall love thy neighbor as thyself", which Mr. William Pilcher was visiting relatives lie handled in a manner thnt showed him to be a man o( no ordinary ability. here last Sunday. On Inst Mule trade hi this vicinity is good. Thev Dailey. aged Satutclay evening John Leui 52 years had the misfoitune in sell readily lioni 50 to 70 dollars a dead. a drunken brawl at the bae ball giound AND Mr. B. V. Kodgere, wile and daughter, near Peak's Mill, to tret his lie.ul badly Miss Alice, attended church at Lebanon bruised. It appears that a difficulty first lust Sunday. occurred early in the evening nt a picnic There is n certain young man in this some two miles nbove, between James neighborhood making his living catching Pickett and one of the Jenkins boys on one items. Can some one please inform him side and some of the Daileys on the other fidp, which resulted in Pickett and Jenkins where he can get a few. used The difficulty Somebody's sweetheart came to see them getting badly hit up. the renewed time nnd place er Saturday, bringing with him a handeome then mentioned, withnt above result, which is first zinc trunk. Are you going to let him carry to be regretted on nceoiint of Mr. Dailey's you on in mat trunit, xorar ace and former ipiiet disposition. Evidently Tobacco looks flattering. Messrs. Henry he was driven into this trouble by a younger and Robert Pitcher have a crop of ten acres brother, who has the lepulntion of a bully. Nipper. of the best in Shelby county. When shipped to the Planters' Warehouse they will secure a fine price. Work-shop- s There was a grand picnic given in Mr. No. 8 North Upper Street. and Sales-rooSnooks' woods, two miles east of Bagdad, and was attended by a large crowd. Alter a sumptuous repast was given, the candi& CROMWELL, dates (or the Legislature spoke, Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Attorney-at-LawMr. A. J. Unlet te called on his sweetheart, Whom he had been going to see for S"Phiin and Decorative Paper Hanging four veais, and was heard to ask her if AND a speciality. he might come to see her, and she answered That is what a great Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly in the affirmative. If it takes A. J. four attended to. April many people are doing. yeais to introduce his business, wc think it will take him five years to miike the match. Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the They don't know just what Thousands of graves are annu- adjoining counties, nnd will also give special ally robbed of .iivti victims, is the matter, but they have Last Sunday night n xouiiz ladv was attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, r . lives prolonged, happiness and collection heard crying, which catted considerable' of rents, claims, and the negotiation a combination of pains and health restored by use of the great of loans. Office opposite Court House. excitement, but when investigated it aches, and each month they was found that she wab only mollified GERMAN IN VIGOR ATOR June grow worse. hecaiii-her fellow told her he was Which positively and permanently cures I M POgoing to stop coming to see her. TENCY (caused by excesses of any kind), SEMIThe only sure remedy Young men, you should not bieak oh" so NAL WEAKNESS, and all diseases that follow a as loss of energy, loss of abruptly alter you cieate in the mind the sequency of yet found is Brown's Iron memory, universal latitude, pain in the back, dimmost lively apprehension. JUST RECEIVED BY ness of vision, premature old age, and many other Bitters, and this by rapid Mim's Nkmo. diseases that lead to consumption and a premature LARGE ASSORTMENT OF vi 1 ". JDXJ&AOltTlDS Ei;i f .. M :4 a e, and Spectacles. sM 1 INSTRUCTIONS 'V How to Test Yoitr Eyes "f l Order Sent FREE. ECHOGRAMS ALL KINDS I ,i S i OF JEWELRY s MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, m 'ih Failing! EGBERT SON, WM. , :6-- tl Heal Estate Agnt, 25-ty. ROBBED 7i e self-abus- Bloomington. Bom. July 31st, to the wife of C. B. Ilayden, Emj , The recent dry weather is lellinr heavily on the corn crops in t hi - neighboihood. There were only 14oteat this place in favor of calling a constitutional convention. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Pickett nnd Miss Belle Long were the gucttsol Mis. I). Glim-tolast Monday. Brave Lein Taylor the only white Republican voting at Bloomington who had the nerve to vote (or J. W. Asbury, A Justice of the Peace, Civil Engineer and stock trader are the elememnts combined in one of our county magistrates, He's a iit-un NOTICE. mHE USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Children will hereafter take plnco every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Institution is open for visitors at any titno when most convenient for them to attend, JOHN Q. A. STKWART, Superintodent. Oct. 7-- tf. and thorough assimilation with the blood purifies and enriches it, and rich, strong blood flowing to every part of the system repairs the wasted tissues, drives out disease and gives health and strength. Thi3 is why Brown's will cure kidney and liver diseases, consumption, rheumatism, neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria, intermittent fevers, &c. send tor circulars wan testimonials free by mail, the INV1CORATOR is s.olil at Si per box, or six boxes for $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by aiiuressing v. j. uriL.ixc.i, 113 aaams si., Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by grave. j I BERBERICH, ST. CLAIR STREET, JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Morohant Tailor, BETWKEN MAH and BROADWAY 1 NOUTH SIDldJ. X exercises at tho Kentucky Institution for the Education and Training of Feeble Minted Iron Bitters itch. 5WwrwaLlVIulo ..nrm JsTtTrrTwTT-r- 7lAj)bbSSkibbK?iabH - MffimrMlHil Watchss, Fine Cloeksjngraving, k SAMUEL AYERS- FQRMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., Smith, good one. Mrs. Robbnrds, of the Anlioch neighborhood, has been on n visit during the p.ist week to the fain'ly ol her brother, Job J3nq. 71 votes; WATCH MAKER, 'V v place 42 votes; Cecil over Asbury, Knott's majority over Morrow at this s IV' vj A Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, FrankChurch, 48 votes. fort, Ky, continues the watch rcpairiug business The Democracy of this countv is rock at the old stand. Bv promptness and careful work be hopes to merit tho patronage of those ribbed and dyed in the wool. With all tho who desire to have their watches repaired witherrors and mistakes of the committee she out damage being dono them. Surveyors' com- gave u lair iut.iority. and other instruments requiring passes repaired Mr. George Sullivan left home lust week delicate aud aoourato adjustment. (or Leavenworth, Kansas, to visit his sister,Mrs.Tyler,who is reported dangerously In retiring from business in Frankfort I take ill with but little hope of her recovery. pleasure in expressing tny entire oonfldenoo in Mr. S. Ayren, and from my long acquaintance Much anxiety is felt in this community, with him as a workman, do not hesitate to com- caused by the report of the serious illness of mend him us eviry way oapable of meeting tho Mrs. Dora Tyler nee Sullivan, daughter of expectation of my former patrons. our esteemed fellow citisen T; N, Sullivan, B. F. MEEK. Esq, Sept. 30-- tr Julian over Brawner, 30 votes, Collins over Mr, Simon Blanehard, a cltlzenof Hayesville, Meade county.Kentucky, says : " My wife had been sick for a long time, and her constitution was all broken down and she was unable to work. She was advised to use Brown's Iron Bitters, and found it to work like a charm. We would not now be without It for any consideration, as we consider it the best tonic in the world." well-kno- Keeps constantly on hand clothes, donskins, ana new est stylos of fancy French cassimeres. lie is prepared to make them up on shor notice, and glvo perfect ' comfortable. fit- I.H.M.lsli4M LOSS Appetite Iwsl5 -- it has IM.1J.1II.1H .. ting garments, stylish and fel3 Cm, jAOPmeToris. - RE SELLERS &CQ. fittsburqh. pa. Juno lJly W. J. CHIloN, DEALER IN Brown's Iron Bitters is not a drink and does not contain whiskey. It is the only preparation of Iron that causes no injurious effects. Get the genuine. Don't be imposed on with imitations. DR. Office ON JAMES ELY, ALL KINDS OF COAL in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. 7 FPU CASH! J. BUSH. D. D, S G. Will sell attbe very lowest figures Olnco Hours 8 P. M. to S A. M 12 to 1 1'. M., 7 to STTECrEOa Can bo found nDEaTTIST, IfltAIsTKITORT, ICY., (Successor to Dr. T, L. Taylor.) Job Work Neatly Executed at this Office. at his office from 8 a. m. to 5 p, m. ready to do all kinds of dental work to the entire Satisfaction of thoso who may chosn to July 15-l- y patronize him. &W'. si M M & WM . h Wrt .&. OuL UW . wm m :$f: lE-b- Wi Ltl.lWMWMMm.WWI BSI&SSSSS&Ss , 5X'y f& M' '' PfFM Major U. T Stanton and wile left Tuesday Fincel has a lot of choice hams and bacon afternoon on the C. & O. for a visit to Old prices. which he is selling at the lowest Point Comfort, Washington and Baltimore. Mr. W. T. Hunyan, City Treasurer( Mr. John B, Meek was called to Louisduring the present year has collected city ville Suudny afternoon by the dangerous taxes to the amount of $23,320.31, which is illness ol his father, Mr. J. F. Meek, of a much larger amount than collected by any thai city. of hi predecessors. Monday wa the hist Mr. Jack Long left for LonisVille Wedday tor the tax book to remain in his hand, nesday to tnKe chnrge of the display of flic and on that ditv he collected $5,772 70 State Geological Department in the Southern Exposition, as private watebmnn. We doubt if a better day's work can be Mrs. McMahan nnd Miss Lucy attie, who shown by any other gentleman who has have been visiting their parents, Mr. Wm. held the position betore him. I'attie and wile, in this county, led Tuesday lor their home in Galveston, Texas. Mr. B. L. Pavis, who resides near Antioch Miss Lizzie Maddox, of Shelby county, Church, on the Stouey Creek 'pike, came to nnd Miss Eloise Minor, of St. Joseph, this city Monday and swore out a warrant Missouri, who have been visiting Mrs. W, S. Dehoney, left Saturday afternoon for against James Hupp, who lives near Benson Eminence. Depot, charging him with ravishing his Mr. Henry R. Willinms, of this city, and daughter, a child twelve years of age. The Miss Carrie Hanley, ol tins county, are at warrant was sent to the Constable of the Crab Orchard .springs tor their health. The been greatly benefited and is Benson District, but as yet no arrest ban lormer has much better. been made, and it is supposed that the acMrs. Fannie McPherson, of Jefferson ville, cused has left for parts unknown. Indiana, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. F. D. Reddish nnd wife, in this city, Col. R. P, Pepper is the owner of two ol returned home Wednesday, accompanied the most promising trotters in this country, by her sister, Mrs. Mnry Williams. Mr. E. Whiteaides left Thursday for Sau Catchrly and Code, both of whom have Francisco, California, to attend the triennial made considerable reputation upon the turf, conclave of the Grand Commandery ol but there is still a more brilliant future in Knights Templar of the United States. He store for them. A party of gentleman from accompanied DeMolay Commandery from a distance were in the city Wednesday and Louisville. went out with Col, Pepper to his stnbles to see these wonderful animals, when they In this city, on Sunday, August 5th, to Mr. were speeded over the track and Catchrly Jus. N. Miles and wire, a daughter Florence trotted a half mile in 1:06 and Code made Karrktt. the same distance in 1:09. Persons who know the horses say that there is little doubt but what they can finish a mile at the same rate, and we may soon expect to hear of some briliant performances by them. v ?T. . ' FRANKFORT post-offlco- nt ROtiNMBOUT, Frankfurt, Kentucky ntered at the 5i second class mailable matter. ROLLER FLOUR NEW ROLLER MILL, WE ARE HAVING FINISHED OUR grades .of Roller Flour. to furnish all We will pay especial attention to exchanging wheat for farmers. Will give 32 lbs. patent flour and the offal, or from 35 to 40 lbs. good flour and the offal for a bushel of good wheat. A- - single trial will convince any one that our Roller Flour is the best ever seen in Frankfort. July at. 3m. GEORGE A. LEWIS, ft. Editor svaaeS. SPi'tell-a.x- . FRANKFORT, AUGUST 11, 1888. Please bear in mind tlint the blue penci mark X on yonr paper indicates tlinl the .v, f time for which you have paid liaa expired and yon are requested to call around and settle. i miles & SON. ft i Base Ball. , Beginning Monday, July AND CONTINUING 2! - wif liSr, S P&v f. M TO iv :S IK', f ft? : Si :'$ i ; - - it is Br, , ft.: y- - ! m y. Wj fkr r, " ; i &' wsr '. ' .' - kv W' fc . r & jk P- -' Ss ,dnl An interesting came of ball took place Thursday afternoon n't Lake Park, between the Lee Bradley , Club, of Lexington, and the Capital City Club, of thin city. T e nines were well matched and the came wnn closely contested, although ,tlie number ol scores was large. Thefielding of the horn team showed a great lack of practice, and also demonstrated that by a little haid woik they will be able to cope with any amateur organization in the State. They are very good'with the bat, but do not seem to understand each other when they go to the field; the outfielders especially should learn to assist each other. The pitching of Jan. Buttimer was very effective and Herl'ner caught him without a passed ball, proving that be is a No. 1 be hind the bat. The .lumping oiiehnnited catch of a liner by Long at third, and the heavy batting of Frank Buttimer, who made two home runs, bringing in three men with one of them in the sixth inning, were the features of the game. Personal. The visitors played well in the field but Mrs. Chas. Norwood is visiting relatives could not hit Buttimer to any extent, only three-bashits being made oft' in Henrv county. o le or two Miss Ausie Cox, of Covington, is visiting him, the most of their Hcores being maie friends in this county. opponents. on errors of their Mis Nettie Montgomery, of Louisville, The game was umpired by Mr. Thos. B, milistactien to is visiting friends in this city. Rodman, who gave entire Mrs. G. W. Daniels and children are visitboth sides, and the crowd, although a great ing relatives in Rowan county. deal of fuss was made when Long made his MissMattie Williamson is visiting friends good catch and Buttimer cleared the bases, at Rippyville, Anderson county. was good humored and applauded the good Mrs. J. C. Morton left Wednesday afterplays of the visitors. noon to visit friends in Eminence. The following is the score: y Mrs. Jos. L. Rodman wilfl return CAPITAL CUV. LEXINGTONS. from a visit to Blue Lick Springs. 3 2 Buttimer, J., p Dri.scol. c b Mr. John S. Foot, of New York, has 2 IJBrislaii, Nunnelly, p 2jButtimer, F., 2d b. 2 been visiting in this city this week. Gilorv, 8. s 0 O.Hefi'ner, c Brent, 2d b Miss Irene Boyd left Wednesday for a 0 .Jewell, 1st b l Long, 3d b visit to relatives in Calloway county. OiHntchison, s. s McCnrty, 1. f Mrs. A. B. Norwood left Tuesday to visit u UiKogers, c, I .Johnson, dd b I relatives in Smitbfield, Henry county. Cannon, l. f Martin, c. f. ! . 3 Buckley, r. f. "iates, r. f. Capt. W. W. Bacon, of Shelby county, visited relatives in this city this week. .12 Total Total. Mrs. R. K. Woodson left Tuesday mornSU3IMARY. ing for a visit to friends in Nicholasville. 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 T. Inningd Rev. Thos. J. Stevenson and family ten 4 2- -12 1 4 0 Capital Citv moved to Georgetown Tuesday to reside. 2 0 3 2 0 0 Lexington.. Master Willie A. Lewis, who was dangei-ousl- y The game was called on the seventh ill last week, is now convalescent. inning as the Lexington boys wished to reMrs. Lou. Cannon and Mrs. Sal lie Luck-e- tt turn home on the 5:45 train. left tor Louisville Wednesday ifteriioou. The Assessor's books show that there are Miss Katie Conway returned Wednesday only about three hundred voters, in the flas afternoon from a three weeks' visit to Paris Mr. George Huffman and wife will leave House precinct, yet the poll book of that shows there were five hundred and this morning for a week's visit to Louisville. precinct seventy-fiv- e votes polled there on Monday. Mr. John B. Williams, of Nashville, nnturally ari&es, where did Tennessee, is visiting his parents in this The question city. the extra two hundred voters come from ? Mrs. W. II. Bartholomew, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. P. Browder, in Workman have commenced repairing the this city. Christian Church. The interior is to be Misses Lizzie Powell and flattie Buford painted to obliterate the remaining traces of left Tuesday for a visit to friends in Verthe fire of last winter; a new carpet is to be sailles. put down, and a new spirje is to be erected, Prof. O. B Theiss and family, of Louisthe old one not being in accordance with the ville, are visiting the lamilv ol Prof. B. A. original design which will be very tall and Fel liner. handsome. Miss Florence Cromwell returned Saturday trom a visit to friends in Richmond and At the election in Belle Point Monday, Lexington. Police Judge It. E. Gaines was Mrs. Alice Orbison and Mrs. Thos. RodJudge and Mr. Ilnrry Hardie iwlccted man, jr., left Tuesday lor a visit to Old Marshal. The vote was as follow?: For Point Comfort. Police Judge R. E. Gaines, 45; Win, Mrs. Russell Sneed, ot St. Louis, Mo., is visiting her patent", Judge Akin Duvull and Coulter, 22. city. For Marshal Harry Hardie, 45; Ben. wife, Hi this from Miss Annie Jones will return Jo tnson, 15. a visit ol several weeks to relatives in Scott Assistant Paymaster Callender J. Lewis, county, Indiana. Miss Emma Morris, of this county, hns U. S. N who has been very ill at the resireturned from an extended visit to friends in dence of his mother in this city for several Saratoga, New York. weeks, died Wednesday night at 10 o'clock, Mrs. C. C. Furr and children will return toHe was a young with tumor of the brain. morrow from a visit ol two weeks to relaman of fine promise, universally populnr tives in Mercer county. with all who knew him, and leaves a host Mrs. Mary San ford ami daughter, Miss of friends to mourn his untimely death. Loulie D. San ford, of Auuustu, Georgia, are visiting Mrs. W. S. Dehoney, The residence of Mrs. L. W. Glore, near Mr. R. K. McClure will leave for Plil!a South Benson Church, together with all the delphia and Boston Monday to purchase furniture it contained, was destroyed by his stock ol fall and winter goods. morning. She had Wednesday fire Little Miss Hnttie Avis, who has been only recently purchased the place and visiting relatives in this, city returned to her removed from South Frankfort to it. She home in Versailles Tuesday morning. had 600 insurance on the house and $500 Miss Loulie Stout has returned from a on the furniture, which will cover her loss. five or six weeks' visit to her grandfather, in Fayette county, much improved in health. Messrs. Payne to Berry have the risks. e to-da- , 1 Daring the Rest of the Season AT THE BORN. ONE PRICE ARCADE! All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at C. Gen'l Insurance Agent, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, E. JAMES, FRA1NKFORT, K.Y. Fire Insurance Association City of London London and Provincial Kenton Uermania New Orleans aug n-i- LQWEB Than Ever Known Before. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that fact. We have placed upon our counters l'recott London. London, London, Covington, Ky. New York. Boston. New Orleans, La. PROPOSALS! , FOR Men Stone, COURT-HOUS- Cement and AND PuBT-OFVIC- E OrnoE op thk Superintendent hi - lt 1 August, 1883, for furnishing nnd delivering at the Building in and site of the Court-Hous- e this city all the Cement, Sand, and Broken Stone for the concrete, foundation, estimated as follows: 150 Cubic yards Broken stone. 46 cubic yards Sand. 302 barrel of Cement. In accordance with specificaton, copies Jof which, andjany additional information, may be had on application to this Office, or the Office oith: Supervising Post-Offic- e Frankfwj.t, Ky., August 4th1.I8S3.J WILL BE SEALED PROPOSALS12 M. on theRECEIVED Office until 15th- day of 2,000 REMNANTS! that will be sold at half their regular prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next season. n Architect. DAVID A MURPHY, Superintendent.. JOB PRINTING! AT HARRIS 8l HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. 10 01 Evans' Printing CAN BE OBTAINED Office BUI and Letter Heads, HATS! HATS STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. I I Cards, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, BILLS OF ALL SIZES. In part anything printed from a dally paper to a visiting card. HATES AS LOW AS CONSISTENT newsWITH WHITE HALL, STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS, Office nbovo Payne Office, on St. Clair St. GOOD WORK CHILDREN'S k Berry's H Insurance Aug. 11-t- f. HALL'S ATADDU 13 PlIDC nlo ed ussommroiD crcrj bththciahb. Oajlty-Ohro- MEN'S CHT7TCHBH BOYS' eft Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats fCi to-d- ay and Oatarrh of the Nasal By of Uiosratlvei Catarrh INTERNALLY, or and Throat. It MMakr note DIRCOTLV upon tha fJlood and Muooua aurtaeoa of tho System. It Is tha bast Blood Purtflsr in tho WORLD, and Is worth ALL that Is eharsod for it, for THAT alons. 'ar. ALL DUNL AP'3 LATEST STYLES STAR2S. not nmuii cuss And wo Oasa of Catarrh It tsrnr tub kabucth for any Mundrod offsrOM .Dollars wHLRQt-Cjjrg1 rn utuu J. ALLEM O. n MAUER, Mail AND AGENT FOR THE Hamburg-America- lieturt. F. J. Cheney 4t Co., Toledo, O. Gentlemen: I take pleasure toinformlnjr. you that I have used Hall's Catarrh Cure. U baa cured me I was Terr bad and don't hesitate to say that It wilt curt any case of Catarrh if takes Yours truly, properly. WOBTR BIO A BOTTLS. Hare had E. Knur, JaokMB, Mich., writ Catarrh for SO years. Ball's Catarrh Cure cured me. Consider It worth $10.00 a bottle. HTSold by all DruffrisU at 75. ptsjjer bottle. Manufactured and soldibv V J. CHENEY A CO. Bole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. WIIX CUBS ANY CA1K. Ofloe of A. T. fnwiT Co. Objoaoo, m.June 4, 1880. J Line COS. FRANKFORT MACHINE WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai alactureri of all kinds of New Work lor MM' MIL HIE STEAMSHIP Tickets to and from Europe at lowejt AI.SU DEALER IN rate. Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, MINERAL WATERS, CHAMPAGNE OIDUR, GINGER ALE & Order left attended to. March f. 3-t- STEAM GAUGES, MASS riTTINIS DF ALL KINDS, IC, SELTZER WATER. Office fyContactB On ifnnp for New Work in ar.y pau TH. J. April 16- -t For Salo by JOS. LjsOOMPTE, Oct 18-l- y at Brewery of the State. will be promptly North Side, Frankfort, Ky. DRUGOIST, South Frankfort. U.t Af KlvnW Ann ami! miM.rn.mm ,l. i Mte u j j.mm w:. siHy wmmmmwmtsmrsmGsmmm M, -- 1- 2 , i iwflpl d nf y mmvim vairinii rPV .' W-ti- FMNKFORT FRANKFORT, LMEEST GIHCHLRTIDM .ROUNDABOUT, AUGUST 11,1883. IN CITY AND COUNTY Coffee 15 cents per package ; sugar 9 cents The Capita! City Bane Ball Clut will piny the Plensureville Club at Plensureville per pound; best lard 12 cents per pound; t liia afternoon. best bacon 12 cents per pound. All other goods in proportion at J. Heeney's. Notice. m TO TRAVELERS. Commencing; Monday, October 16, the following ,tlme table Will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS BOUTtt. No. ; No. No. No. 17 19 .... it . . . i C. ft O . . . . t , i , p. m 8:i A. M. a'.tj r. M. 4:10 r. m. yS Frankfort. Leave Arrive at Louisville. 8:30 p. m. A. M. S:t5 P. M. 6:40 P. M. 10:55 Women's side lace shoes $1 old price Those persons who have been in the $4 00 at McCI lire's. habit of removing the seats from Bald (or the purpose of Knob School-housFor Sam: A desirable building lot in Apply at this office. using them at picnics are hereby notified South Frankfort. that they will have to make other arrange 150 boys' and children's suits $1.50, $2.00, merits, an we cannot allow the furniture of S2.50 and $3.00 at Klass te Co. 'a., Odd the school to be used for that purpose. Fellows' building. e CAPITAL ART GALLERY! KL G. MA.TTERIsr, IProp'r, No, 439 Main St Over Crtitcher & Starts' White Hali Clothing House , - 'Hl ts kjUJ! FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ' John Warres, HENRY HtiRRKt,, Trustees. Misses cloth shoes 50 cents old price $2 50. at McCI u re's ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of Oct. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. home. TBAINB NORTH, Leave Louisville. . ' p. M. 3:00 P. M. arf . at Frankfort 8:03 p. M. p. p. M, 3:1 No. so C. & O. . . . 3:0a " No a8 leaVet Lou. 8:00 a. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m. . Bo.a 0. tS t , No. 24 leaves Lou. m. 7:00 a:3S r. m. a. Frankfort. J0I37 a. w. Leave Advertised Letters. Frankfort, Ky., August Body, Miss Mag 11,.1883. Trains No, tj and it both connect Arriving there at 13:13 noon, and 7:13, p. m. Train No. 34 connects rtith train leaving Cincinnati, 300 p. M. Nos. 33 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby Ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6: is A. M., and returning leaving Lexington 317:1$ 1. m will carry passengers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 37 and 8 are Sunday trains only, E, P. BRYAN, Agent, for Cincinnati, This the Seventh Internal Revenue Di trict was consolidated on Tuesday with the old Ninth District. Mr. A. H. McClure is remodeling and modernising the old Crittenden property recently purchesed hy him. Mr. Lee Harris, lormerly of this city, will be married on the pecond of September to a young lady in Philadelphia. Mr. John Lewis Dailey, who was badly beaten up in a fight at a picnic near Peak's Mill Saturday, died of his injuries Wednea-daOwing to a leak in Dam No. 1, the water has been drawn oft from the pool in order to repair it and the boats have stopped running for a few days in consequence. Mr. Waller W. Hawkins, formerly of this county, but now of Henry, aid Mrs, Emma Penn, widow ofChas. Penn, of this county, n. were married in Louisville Saturday alter-hoo- y. Col. E. Polk Johnson, of Louisville, who has been Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives, for several sessions, has announced himself a candidate for Chief Chammnde, Frank Chooler, J. H. Care, James McClure & Bro. are closing out some old Floyd, Susan Davis, Thomas G stock Odds and ends at almost any price. Green, Edv George, Hunter Hale, Mollie Hitler, Nora There is no danger from fire caused by Hamrick, Will Henrv Hocker, Susia lighting matches at night to see what time McCoy, W. F. Johnson, Mollie Moore, Leathey it is, if vou use one of Selbert's Meteor LuMoore, Jake Mornel, Sidney Martin, Willy minous clocks. .Stevenson, Rebecca Stell, Matchin I TAKE this method of informing the p iblic that from this day I Samore, Katie Slypes, Maggie Go see McClure & Bro.'s odds and ends will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, 1. akirig no exceptions or Vanscent, W C Talliet. Rossie counter. deviations. ' My stook of Warren, John Watt, Sal lie Say advertised when calling for the above The meteor clock with the luminous dial letters. J. G. Hatcmtt, P. M. s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Seln TIN-AR- E, Circus Royal. A magnificent street bert. parade. Splendid Horses Fine Animals The dial of the meteor clock shines at is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. A Grand Ring Exhibition In fact Every. night so that the time can be seen in the s Show. thing to make a The Grand Circus Royal and English darkest night without the aid of an artificial Menagerie arrived in this citv early this light. For sale by Selbert. morning, and the small boys were there in. AN lull force to give it a proper welcome. 100 Ladies linen dusters one dollar at S. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous though the crowd of people in (lie city was Klass & Co.'s, Odd Fellow's Building. not as large as on some circus days, vet the support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. sidewalks along the line of the parade were Very respectfully, For Runt. Two, two..story frame dweloccupied by many thousands of people, and the exhibition this afternoon was largely at- ling houseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, tended. The parade was a good one, and of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, considering the adverse circumstances with gas, and all modern improvements. which thev have lately been contending, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. Apply to W. C. Hkrndon, having had sixteen consecutives rainy days, Main Street. the animals and people presented a very creditable appearance. The Royal lias a Ifyou want to catch an early train, you fine looking lot of horses as any circus that has vipited tills city. Their collection of will not be left if you have a meteor lumiwild animals is extensive, and includes nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken many that are rarely seen in this country. you, and then its dial shines so that you The ring exhibition is a very superior one, time in the darkest room. Selmany of the features being entirely new to can see the circus goers. If you don't attend the ex- bert has them for sale. you will miss one of the hibition best circuses of the season. Evening Iiepu'' licctn, Meadville, Pa. . If you want the best school furniture, see sample at R. Rogers' furniture store, on Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at 25-- tf. f. TV. K. FOR CASH ONLY. STOVES, GRATES, &C, ,'JS H birst-Ulas- Koofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, 'j Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANGAN, to-ni- SR, & CO., Prop'rs. COAL! COAL! Clint cm. Street, aToxtlxeast Corner, Capital Sq.ta.ar. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y Clerk. One of the largest watermelons we have seen this season was at the fruit stand ot Mr. J. M. Banta Thursday. It was two feet long, one foot through, and weighed 48 pounds. It wan raised in Virginia. Frankfort, Ky., July 30th, 1883: At a reeular meeting of Capital Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.,the Noble Grand, brother Albert Chilson, nppointed a committee consisting of Brothers Hutchison, Lewis and Dehoney to draft resolutions of condolence with the family and friends of Brother H. K, Strange, who "departed this life July, 14th, 1X83. OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale Hauling of all kinds done G.B. MACKLIN. FORSALE f. on short notice. Mrs. S. J. Bolmi.nan has, had a new pavement laid in front of her property, near the north end of the St. Clair street bridge. If the city would now lollow her example and have a good walk laid from her prop, erty to the bridge Soutli Siders will be duty. Brother Strange was pure in every thought; happy. honest in every impulse; just in every act, The Railroad Company will begin Mon and we say of him lie was a pure Odd day to tour up the lloor of the UuilroiiJ Fellow ; a sincere Christian, and an honest man ; therefore bridge for the purpose of putting down a Resolved, That Capital Lodge mourns new one, and travel across it will be the loss of Brother Strange as one ever for a week or two. .Since the lumber faithful to all his obligations as an Odd dealers have been required to load cars on Fellow, and as a citizen. He was a devoted the switch at the west end of the bridge the and loving husband, akind and affectionate father, and an honest man. hauling across the bridge has been greatly Resolved, That this Lodge tenders to his increased, and the floor has to be renewed bereaved wife and orphaned children their heartfelt sympathy, and while his body is much oftener than formerly. buiied beneath the sod of the vale we "will During the game ot base ball Thursday hold a vivid recollection of all his virtues as afternoon, between the Capital City and becomes the true philanthropy of this great brotherhood. Lexington Clubs, little Dudley Shanks, of Thomas J. Hutchison, Louisville, grandson of Mrs. Mary Helfuer, J. M. Lewis, W. S. Dkhonby. was struck in the mouth by a foul ball, knocked by one of the Lexington players, Very Low Rates. which broke out one of his teeth and bruised his lips verv badly. Dr. J. C. During the continuance of the Southern Bush, who was on the grounds, replaced the tooth and dressed the wound and the little Exposition, at Louisville, Ky. (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), the fellow is getting along nil right. Louisville & Nashville Railroad will sell The election passed oil' Monday very Excursion Tickets from any of its stations quietly, and although the race was a warm to Louisville nt one fare (or the round trip. one, not a single fight occured at any point These Tickets will be on sale every day, in the county. The following is the oflciul from L. & N. stations, and will be good 15 vote of the county; days, allowing ample time to visit the For Governor Knott, 1,751; Morrow, Greatest Exposition ever held in the South, 987, and second only to the Centennial at PhilaHindman, delphia, For Lieutenant Governor 1,728; Fry, 982. Miles Chryetol Patent flour, per 100 For Attorney General Hardin, 1,741; lbs., is white as snow. Garrigusi 972, For Auditor Hewitt, 1,740; Hawthrone, Bargains in hoots and shoes at Klass & 871. Co.'s,, St. Clair ptreet. For Treasurer Tate, 1,751; Farley, 965. For Superintendent of Public Instruction For S.w.b A lot of furniture, good as Pickett, 1,739; Pinkerton, 972. new, been used but little. Apply at. this For Register of the Land Ollice Cecil, office. 1,741; Asbury, 804. Julian, 1,538; BrowFor Representative For Runt. The house and lot on the ner, 1,279. comer of Main and Campbell streets, South For Sherift Collins, 1,800; Church, 974. Frankfort, now occupied by Rev. T. J. Stevenson, Apply to Wm. Craik. For Constitutional Convention, 232. ed House and lot of Mrs. N. H. Gay, on Broadway street, opposite railroad depot. Also the Brother Strange was born Sept., 23d, lot on High street occupied by Mr. G. B. Mack-li- n as a coal offico and yard. For terms apply 1825, and died July 14th, 1S83. Brother A. T. TODD. Strange woawell and favoraldy known in to Mrs. Gay or to this community, where he filled different June 23-tpositions in the State and city, and the best proof that lie always discharged his dut, lie died when in the performance of said R. K. McCLURE & BRO. r ? MILLV1LLE MILLS OFFICE IN SMITH'S 8UI10IND, FRANKFORT, KY. Are making greater efforts than ever, mLbmi Ship Stuff, Bran. Shelled Oats, and Corn always an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. All kinds of grain bought and sold. SEKQTGI-- I SEED OATS! AT to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at Wholesale and Retail J AS. . SHAW. Muzzlo Loading Guns from 83.00 up; Breech Load ing Guns from 90.00 up Revol vers from OOc.upi Enclose stampfor4$pageIuustrated Catalogue. FIZTSBUBGH FIBE ARMS CO., GUNS LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OP .v?y 1 Pittsburgh, Fa. THE NEWSPAPER! ABLE, NEWSY, GOOD AND CHEAP. HEW GOODS is simply immense. Their variety is V 3 .ML! UHDIL! The Courier-Journal, Editor), is by circulation and reputation the acknowledged JlejtrenenUihve Xewapuper of the South. As a 'reliable and valuublo newspaper, it has no superior In this country or in tho world. It cuakes earnest, vigorous war on the (Hknrv Wattkrho.i, Larger Than Ever Before! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. i $3-5- Protective '1 .irlff Robbery and Mormon Polyg amy, two evils that blight tbo prosperity and morality of tho United States, It is able, bright and newsy, contains tbo strongest editorial, the most complete summary of tho news of tho world, the boit telegrapbio and genoral correspondence, full turf and stock reports, market reports, fashion report, Talraago'e sermons, splendid original serial stories and novelttes, poetry, department for children, answers to correspondents, eto, etc; in a word, everything to make it a delignt to tbo family, the inecbanio, . and the laborer. Specimen copies and fall descriptive premium clroulors will bo sent free of ohargo to any one Subscription terms, postage on application Ireo, are lor Daily, $12; Sunday, $2 Weekly, $1 SO. WE AEE GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more ( 'fl! Any ono sending four yearly subscribers and $b 08 will be entitled to an extra copy of the ono year free to any Weekly Courier-Journal address. President Address W. N. HALDEMAN, Courier-Journal A Handsome Transparent Picture. m Co., Louisville, Ky. 11 ' A "'V- - - TAT"' - ' iL,' '"o,'jK " IS 4? J ' . dr ;( . S5SHHH : . T JTff' . HO v Vf" M ; t. ? V&Q wwmmm f t iv -- , v FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Mr. J. H. Butler is doing a good hueimea with his picture gallery at this place. first-cla- ss We have a l at Mt. Carmel Church. There is n large attend' ance and good order. There are 31 inhabitants in tlijs placp;2 blacksmith shops 3 groceries; 1 drug store, and 1 saw and grist mill combined. Bald Knob will have about ten candidates Flat Greek. for constable at the next August election. Topping tobacco next. We hope they will all get elected, Apple pies are on hand. Mr. Jno. Ireland died at the residence of Mr. James Sbeiidnn viviled friends here Mr. IVm, Sherrard Friday night, lpaving many friends and relatives to mourn his last Sunday. Sundny-schoo- COMING SOON! Frankfort, Wednesday, Aug, 15. Chesapeake anil Ohio Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR WASHINGTON- - PRILKDELPHIJI. d DEW YflHK. O'BRIEN'S SIX BIG SHOWS -- THI ONLY CONSOLIDATED WITH- - LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS roit Every thing passed off quietly at Bald James Graves will preach at Bald Knob Monday. Everybody seemed to be in Knob school house the third Sunday night a good humor, and not a drunken man in Rev. in August. Mr. O. B. Polsgrove is going around on three feet ns he has something the matter Mr. W. B. Trncv and wife went to meet with one foot, and it is giving him severe ing at Mt. Zion Church last Sunday in their pain. new buggy. Henry Rodgers' v hooping cough. Mr. loss family have the HANDENBERGES'S CrRAND - AND - CIRCUS ROYAL A SOLID TRAIN FROM ENGKLISH MENAGERIE, AND LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. THE GREAT 'Squire Tracy a big man since his name lias been in the RouxDAnocT, iih it was never in that large a paper before. Mr. Clipper says that Trip has put that itemin l he Roundabout on his credit. Hi is mistaken nbout that, as lie is not writing from Lebanon Ridge. Tkip. says he is getting to I e Lw ' Scrabble, Shelby County. There is a lot of sickness in this part. Don't think old Rusty will quit this paper. We had a wedding in this neighborhood Tuesday. W. W. Stivers has four children sick with malarial fever. Mr. Grel Rodgera bought a cow. and calf for 50 Tuesday. Warren Blank was here after the doctor for his child Mr. G. L. Rodger tins built another room to his grocery for the Clipper Miid Rutv had enough of the bone question. I think I will get his horse belore long, and his bones will not nepd much drying to come in the market Minus Nemo says he would like to know what has become of Rusty; if he was ground up in the bone mill. No, I am busy grinding the hones ot your old cow that starved to death last winter. Rusty Cuss. to-dapost-office. the crowd. The people of Bald Knob seem to be very well pleased with their Trustees. They say they will not have to go to Eminence to get a teacher this year. As many threshing machines as there are, it looks like Bald Knob ought to furnish one. We would like to have our wheat threshed before it spoils in the stack. Whooping cough is raging in some parts of this section. One death should entire people to keep their children cloeto prevent it from spreading all ovet the country. Mr. Lennrd Wintworlh has brought suit against Mrs. Sarah Slattery for $2,1)00, for having his houe searched for some jewelry she had stolen from tier a few weeks ago, U. Know. ASTLEY'S MUSEUM, AQUARIUM, AVIARY HIPPODROME, EGYPTIAN CARAVAN AND ROYAL WASHINGTON CITY, 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITfl FAST TRAINS FOB AMPHITHEATRE. CAR-LOAD- S Of LIVING WILD ANIMALS, INCLUDING THE NEW THE 70BE, ROUTE TO DIRECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 0 J'vHKVM MEi HI VI Thomas Sale, City Passenger Rnilroad Company. Louisville, says: "I find Brown's Iron Bitters to be a valuable remedy for neuralgia." m BMtaBKuHliMHmnnt MttKUmffiiiL JHnHnK Bridgeport. Sweet cider. Pear preserves. Stock water is scarce. Vegetable thieves are at work. Mrs. Lizzie Roberts is quite ill. The turnip prospect is rather discouraging. A Overcoats and fire were in demand thi8 week. "--- - Willi A KIBBf IIP KtHIBm f GIANT ELEPHANT "EMPREESS" ANDTHE GLORIOUS BLUE-HORNED llll WBJHBHl STufr Ml nHH',littlHHHw II !llf.S II Ill I in i For ticket and further Information apply to your nearest ticket-officor address James C.Ern't, General Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., e, Richmond, Virginia. I'mlf - HSb tflfbUISVlLLE & NASHVILLE' R jTRj HORSE. QF H Q-REA- .T COLOSSAL The visiting business is in a prosperous visiting friends in One of our best citizens would say to the condition. public that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure Miss Ella Tapp is and it is all that is claimed for it. Price 75 Louisville. cents per bottle. An enterprise in Magnitude, Outvieing in Splendor, Overwhelming in Attraction any Amusement Corporation ever thought of since the world was formed. Brains and capital have combined with experience to make this ill?! 1 BAWD shortest SHIS ! m pra PALACE TO THE n SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT CHANGE IN FDLLHAN Nashville, Point Pleasant. Oat harvest is over. Trading is very lively about the Point now. Rusty Cuss paid the Point a flying visit this week. Hawk Eye played out and has passed in his checks. The Rev. Mr. South preached at Antioch last Sunday. Mr. Henry Rodgers, of Bald Knob, visited the Point this week. Col. Dave Moore has traded his grey filly off lor a spring wagon. Mr. W. 0. Dowden. of Scrabble, paid the Point a visit this week. Cows, calves, sheep, horses and mules are in demand here now. Died. On the 28th, Mrs. Susan Chisholm. She leares a large family to mourn her loss. S v" Col. Dave Moore says he lost $05 trading horses. You had better go to trading calves, Colonel. Mr Frans Thompson, of Paris, who has been visitinc Mrs. Catharine Arnold and Mr. James Ros.-e- l, has returned home. Mrs. R. .T. Shannon, in order to get rid of the rats, put out Rough on Rats, and the next morning 3G spring chickens were deaf'. Big Bill Moore &. !,. i'J ' 1v & he passed through the Point and was so smitten with one of Sue Wilmontand Miss Laura, of Graefensliurg, were the guests of Mrs. Mary Jenkins our citizens that his and her farm must be last Wednesday, consolidated. Mrs. L. W. Glore, who a few months Mr. John Rosel. Mrt. Catharine Ar nold, Misses Lena Arnold, Maggie Lee and since purchased the Robinson place, near Lula Rossel went blackberry hunting last South Benson Church, had the misfortune to have her house destroyed by lire last week and picked a great many. Wednesday. Mr. Dnc. Arnold has removed to Belle The patrons and friends of education are Toint. Wedidlike to lose so good a neigh-bo- r, but we congratulute Belle Point that so requested by the Trustees of this District, No. 23, to assemble in Bridgeport Sext Satgood a citizen has moved into her limits. urday, August 18th, at 2 o'clock, fur the SonniQCET. purpose of devising ways and means for the propogation of education in our midst. Mrs. A. R. Pierce, Maysvillp, Ky., sa' s Capt. Geo. Sudduth has a bull' Coachin .she has been troubled Vith palpitation ot chicken (Bragg by name) that wus attacked the heart, and Brown's Iron Bitters did her recently by a fox, but his roostership w;is .good. too much "tor reward. Now, the substance of the whole matter is this: The fox sprang Flag Fork. on the chicken's back, when he struck a bee line lor home, distant 200 or 300 yards, the Dry, dry, dry. fox thus securing a good ride. As soon as Blackberry harvest is nbout over. t lie brute saw the Captain, who had witnessed the whole proceedings, he jumped Live in hopes if you die in distress from his frightened Bteed mid was soon in a is going on at Mt. Methodist meeting cavern. Mr. rooster then shook himself, 'Car in el, crowed a few times, and claimed the victory. Hurrah for Hugh Burns! he has got us a All diseases resulting from oh new nervous debility, mental anxiety, depression Mr. Henry Polsgrovc has been out prosof spirits, and functional derangements ot pecting this week. nervoue system, cured by German See advertisement. For sale by Water is getting scarce. Most of the wells and springs have gone dry. Joe LeCompte, post-offic- sas The election Monday passed off quietly, about 140 votes being cast. Miss Bettie Roberts is vfaiting 'relatives and friends in Shelby county. Miss Minnie Gains left laBt Wednesday to take charge of Jett School. Regular services at Franklin Presbyterian Church at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Mollie Crockett and son, Colie, of Frankfort, visited relatives in this vicinity this week. Bridgeport has the reputation of being the Cause: No most civil place in the county. grog shops. A. certain gentleman in this vicinity says we had rather do any thing else than chop wood or work. Joe Porrent was so unfortunate as to severely sprain his ankle recently, at his home near Cedar Chapel. Miss Mattie Crockett has returned to her home in Louisville from a visit to friends and relatives in this section. Mr. J. II. Bailey, U. S. Storekeeper and Guager. stationed at Oregan, Mercer county, wnH in the village this week. Messrs. Julian and Armstrong shipped to Cincinnati hint Tuesday sixty head of fat cattle, averaging 1,400 pounds. Anderson and J. C. Russell, Messrs. of Louisville, have been visiting friends and relatives in this section this week. Mrs. Emily Wiggs and daughters, Mrs. A. d Unequivocally and truly beyond all heretofore successful attempts. The Monster and Imposing Show of the Universe, and justy styled THE MIGHTY MONARCH OF THE WORLD ! Black Rhinoceros, Black and White Camels, &c, first and only ones The Double-horneever captured, and now on exhibition in the Grand Menagerie ; Also Monkeys, Bints and of Ocean Marvels. Two Circuses in one Big Circus Ring, two sets of Reptiles. A Performers, representing all nations. car-load SHOW! OF CHS FROM LOUISVILLE TO Memphis, Little Rock, Montgomery, MISS MOLLIE BROWN, CHAMPION FEMALE RIDER THE WORLD. Savannah, Jacksonsville, EH 3 I CD Mobile, and New Orleans. RAAlrlnn 1nAAB lUluivAll lO will CO S3 cSOQ SQ -- 3 9 ill t cV line of this road receive special low rates Por Routes, Rates, Time, etc., see E. P. Bbyan, Agent, Frankfort, or write to 0. P. ATM ORE, O. P. It T. A., Louisville, Ky. O. A. D. B.cwn, M. D S. F, Smith, M. D. 4 xSSMWBSl Drs. Smith & Brown, 1 o 3 iF ct Physicians Surgeons, R A. N K F O R T , K Y . m EH 73 WflmKmJ no change. Offlco and reoidenoe next door to the Baptist Church, S'. Clair street. HEW PLANING MILL. 1,000 Men, Women, Children, Horses, Ponies, Mules, Elephants, etc. J, Is M. now WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, to furnish Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss 9 GREAT SHOWS ON EARTH 9 Could not detract one iota from this Supreme Monarch of the Road with its thousands of Migh ty Features unknown to Antediluvian Menageries, using in its transit one of the finest private railway equipages ever seen. This Great Show travels hy Rail Only ! In Majestic Magnificence ! Most Successful ! Most Comprehensive ! Most Novel ! Most Inteiesting ! Make up your parties at once. figyBear in mind the day and date of this Great Show is positively fixed prepared all kinds of U,k!,M,F,Moig' ALSO ITO POSTPONEMENT ! R AIIT d OB. SHINE ! Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15 tf. & Turning Gotten out in tho Best Style. hand-hillfigyDon't he deceived hy cunningly-wordeheing distributed throughout the country to mislead you. There is hut one GRAND CIRCUS ROYAL. J8fFAU railroads run cheap excursion rates ! Make this a General Grand Gala Holiday. REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE. Grand Possession, at 10 a. m, s EDWARD HI. DRANE 3 BANDS OF MUSI 30 CAGES OF WILD ANIMALS. I MILLER'S AGENT, GBAZIT DEALER, price. Don't sell until you see him. He liuys for the Southern trade; lias always paid better pi ices than nny buyer in the market. Will receive grain at any point on the River or Railroad. June a Id-li- e. self-abus- e, GOLDEN CHARIOTS I One Mile of Shining Splendor AHMIBBIDN 5D CTB. ! FRANKFORT KY., IJE IN FOR WILL new crop THE MARKET highest of wheat at the ' "f Ir.vig-orato- r. CHILDREN 25 DTB. t f - . '.)'. s. ; 1 . .,, 1' , v ,f ,,rh, it-