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Number 3. fO MB FBOPLB i P FBANKFOBV AND YIOINIVT: - J I i Death to high prices and unfair full value for every dollar. Our goods are new dealing. Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will goods, low prices. A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of and fresh Desirable patterns, durable Hats and baps all the nobby styles at popular prices. Call and be convinced. Champion Clothing House, sadw,& diaiV,?1 A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing constantly on hand, from the cheapest to the best. guarantee you CHAMPIOIT ol YOUR ATTENTIOlSr IS CALLED TO THE OPENING OP THE CLOTHIliTG- HOUSE I im:. ,v if. Miss Minnie Roberts, one of the Cedar Run. We acknowledge the receipt of an finest looking young ladles that ever Sunday-schoinvitation to attend a Mrs. Lethia Moore, of Stony Creek, lived in Franklin county, was married picnic to be given at the Franklin is on a visit to Mrs. W. A. Moore. at Alton on "Wednesday to Mr. Henry hurch, near Bridgeport, . m Mrs. Ben Dlckerson, of Drennon C. Heft, of Louisville. The member of Capital Lodge, No. Springs, Henry county, is visiting 260, 1. O. G. T., are requested to meet friends and relatives in Long Hungry. BARNUM AND THE WHITE Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots at the Photograph Gallery of Mr. II. We are sorry to hear that our much of, the following machinery : ELEPHANT. G. Mattem on Thursday evening next, esteemed neighbor, Hugh Whittington, Is going to move to Woodford county J. P. Manny Mower and Reaper, October nth, at 7 o'clock, for the soon. Hearty Endorsement by the Entire transaction of important business. Superior Grain Drill, Great Press of Chicago A Re. Misses Fannie Campbell, of Farm-dalGraves, of Frankfort, and Addle markable Exhibition. Buckeye Cider Mills, Miss Nettie Maud Latham, of AlaIn Hungry last bama, is in the city in the interests of spent a few (lays Long Common Sense Fertilizer. week. In an extended and warm comment the Sunny South, published at Atlanta, Miss done. Georgia. If she fails to secure a good county, Frankie Tichenor, of Spencer upon the merits of the- Great Bamum Machinists' jobbing and is visiting her brother, James and London Show, which is to be here FERGUSON & MEEK, list of subscribers hero it will be because Tichenor. on Thursday, October l(5th, 1884, the a sweet persuasive manner and bright Capital Machine Works, Mr Jose Aubrey has removed to have lost their effect on the Frankfort, and has gone into business Chicago Daily News, of Sept. 2, says: smile 22-t- f mar. FRANKFORT, KY. young gentlemen of our city. with Noel & Jeffers. Beneath the great white tents on the Wehave the boss watermelon growers lalco front, Uarnum's sacred white eleMessrs. Hiram Berry and E. P. in the county. They are now selling phant indolently rolls up his proboscis tall. He Bryan received on Thursday a herd melons by the bushel on account of and switches his paint-brus- h stands upon a rostrum, surrounded by head ofHolstein cattle. They their size. of nine a band of orilental musicians, while a are the first ever brought to this coun Corn cutting is about over. dark nobleman in Burmeso costume ty, and were taken out to Glen Mary, On account of the rain no wheat has sits under him and keeps the flies off his tusks. He wears a golden fish net Mr. E. P. Biynn's farm on the Ver- been sown. on his back, and his skin is about the sailles pike. Although but little more The continued wet weather has color of the ashes of a smoked cigar. than calves, the herd cost about $2,500. damaged the tobacco slightly. "He ain't very white, but you bet he's There is a certain widower in this awful sacred " Near him stands A sad accident occurred in this county locality who made a hasty trip to the Jumbo, stretching out his great trunk Friday afternoon of last week, near north side of the river last Sunday, on for peanuts. A congress of strange tribes range themselves around the two Jett's Station. Messrs. Sam. Fogg and business, of course. lephants. The Nautch dancing girls and Some unknown parties visited the recline gracefully upon their rostrum Oakley Thompson, brothers-in-laMr. George Hearn were out hunting henroost of Mr. S. E. Dunlap one night and flirt with Chang, the Chinese giant; doves, and having completed their this week and captured about half a the Nubians, with their bushy hair and dozen chickens. fine features, wrap their white garments PIANOS AND ORGANS ! ! EASY hunt, were on their way home and about them and gaze into vacancy; the i stopped under a tree, when a bird flew l)y request we call the attention of Hindoo, who has the face of a shylock to In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they up, which Hearn shot at, the other two the patrons of Fox Gap school-hous- e a Sioux Indian, is never of the house, and the hair of the looking up to see the effect of his shot, smd dilapidated condition colli weather. ceasing in his efforts to sell his photo- must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income the near approach of of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five graph. when Fogg's gun went off accidentally, A word to the wise is suttlcient. About twenty thousand people at- to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do none of the party seem to know how, tended yesterday's performance. The Mr. Joe the whole charge striking Thompson, the Parrent-Crocke- Parrent and family attended "grand entree" Is really a fine exhibi- not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but tt Bridgeweddingat tion of good horse flesh and brilliant see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are who was only a few feet away, aboul port Tuesday. trappings and costumes. Everything giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. the middle of the back, tearing his Q. Cumber. is systematic and orderly. The acts D. H. BALDWIN Sc CO., body in such a fearful manner that he 4 come on without the usual pompous WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, died a few hours after. Antioch. XiltO F'oui'li Avenue, announcement from the ringmaster, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. .1. H. CULTKR. Walenmun, and the spectator is free from annoyThe funeral took place Sunday mornMay 7'y FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Weather dellglvtful, rather damp. ance by the muriatic acid vendor. The ing, the services being conducted by for Judge Luther P. Shackloford growing twelvo clowns furnish funcrack the Eev. J. W. Veuable, of Hopkinsville, children and the jokes they are line. formerly of Versailles, and the remains not the oldest of a large assortment of Mrs. Ambrose Polsgrove is still very "chestnuts." The bare-bac- k were interred at the Cemetery in this riding by several "artists" is extraordinary as sick. city. Great deal of uneasiness felt in tin are many other features of the large programme. The spring-wirHaving bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be performneighborhood on account of the diph- ance of Advertised Letters. Juan Caicedo is tine, and the prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1SS4, at my Coal Yard, near the theria. Only one case (Mr. win. net has the virtue of being new and Fr AXKFORT, KV., St.pt. 27, 834. Polsgrove's child) reported so far, and original. The Boman gladiaorlal con- Railroad Bridge, to deliver Ausburn, Margaret Armstrong, Samuel it recovered. Combs, Cintie Thorms, Allen tests and the posturing of the Gilford ColUrn, Emma G Rault, W I) Mr. Alex. Scott and lady, of Emi- brothel's is one of the best features of Dunam, Frances Stewart, E S nence, and Mi's. Jennie Ethington, of the performance. The races, which Davis, John Smith, Louis D Day, Susanna Smith, Mrs T O Pleasureville, were the guests of Mrs. close the performance, are novel and at reasonable prices. Freeman, Alice Taylor, E R I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and J. W. McQuillen Friday of last week. well put on. Hale, Lizrie Thompson, Mary Henry, Howard Tracy, John country. Mr. George Shackleford and son, Head, J S Turner, N M EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Hancock, Lee Thomas. Willie Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Ernest, and Miss Nora Glore visited Herr, Mattie Whitfield. Ilarbra friends and relatives near Stamping Side, will receive prompt attention. James, Susie Wriaht, John T Ground last Sunday. McKinncy, Rebecca Williams, I L PROGRAMME Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Lane, Ike Winter, MalUsa Wo were In hopes we would see our Of the Franklin County Teachers' AsWallace, T T LcCompte, John S Telephone connection No. 2. Lanard, Richard Nurar, A F girl last Sunday, but the wagon that sociation Oct. 18, 1884. Moore, Nat Miller, Lucinrla S. BLACK. went after her broke down, and oh, Page, Sallie McGee, William Address Chas. P. Exum. Russell, Efiic Parker. A J me! Rafferty, Lizzie Redle.s, Laura Lesson in notation and numeration Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Messrs. Hale and Jackson, of Belle S. P. Browder. Persons calling for the above letters Point, former patrons, and hope they will, continue to buy coal from the old have invented and in operation Essay Miss Stella Gober. will please say "advertised" and give a mill near that place, which is a wonW. J. CHINN. Model lesson in grammer O. Robin- stand. date of list. der, sure, if it is as described to us by a son. Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . J. G. ILVTOHITT, P. M. friend. Wo hope your Belle Point Select reading Miss Lou Brock. correspondent will take no exceptions Model lesson in reading Chas. Quire. to this Item. It is said that the mill School discipline Prof. Tracy. Never Give Up. will take any size log In at the hopper, Model If you are suffering with low and r.av and grind It up, and It will turn Kersy. lesson in spelling Miss Annie depressed spirits, loss of appetite, gen- out any piece of furniture that may be General discussion. eral debility, disordered blood, weak desired, from a baby chair to a bedTaos. Huntkh, constitution, headache, or any disease stead, with or without springs. We of a blllious nature, by all means pro- hope their friends will give them the Chairman committee on programme. No, 439 Main St., Over Cmteher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House cure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You patronage they so richly merit. P. S. Following is the roll of honor of Miss to see the rapid im- - What is left of the log will bo chowed will be surprised provement that will follow ; you will up by the mill into stove wood of any Stella Gobor's grade in the City School for the week ending October 3: Flossie UC JU3LH1UU Willi I1CW HID, Oil distil aim length. activity will return : pain and misery desired size and SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY French, Eva Macklin, Annie Magill, Mrs. twill cease, and henceforth you will Cook, Carter Hallo and Miss Fannie John Bull, Annie Abrahams, Mamie of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of of Bello Point, were the guests of I rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Dryden, Frances Wallace, Lindsey Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at WVBP mas nity cents a Dome oy jos. Mrs. Kate Shackleford Sunday. Oct. 25-- tf. home. wvMxgn pre. Nix. Bluynoy. to-da- y. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. ooheu. FERGUSON & MEEK A e, repairing promptly s) - TERMS COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL e CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. (i .il"fj.ii T$-- Z . ..ual.-- . .;(., ,n - -- ' - ' -- -' - ..H... .V.j.. .. ....w..i - j ',$r ' ' " i.ll i JlUJi IliumqiBpOTPiail i1 ""'i1"1 ' ii "mi jijRim TEH Mrs. C J. Smith has returned from a of several weeks to relatives in And respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. A painter by the name of Pat. Murphy, visit t Ang. . Prompt attention given to all orders. who had been at work in this city, Louisville. MACK MALYJHRS. Mr. James Nicoi, of Thorn Hill, Sept. started to return to his home in LexScotland, is visiting his brother, Mr. ington Friday night on the C. & O. David NJwil, South Side Druggist. in this city. in the tunnel lie fell from train. While Mr. John J. Hampton Hat just received his fall and winter stook of the platform of one of the cars and the from Jackson. Mississippi, has returned S. and reports wheels of the rear coach passed over his Ids wife's health as improving. AND FANCY STAPLE right arm, mangling it so terribly that Mr. Frank C. Hughes returned DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY it was amputated at the shoulder by Thursday from a visit to his brother, 0S.ce Next Door te luhr'i Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. Dr. N. J. Sawyier. Jn the delirium Rev. Wm. Hughes, in New York. Sept. 1 y. caused by the pain, the poor fellow Miss Nellie Orbison left the first of w. L. WAVTS. J. W. KIRK, stripped off nearly all his clothing, look- the week for Gannett Institute, Boston, ' I00TIIS, CHOGKEBV 1 6LISSMUIE. where she will attend neliooi this wining for ids injury, in which condition ter. NOTIONS. &C. Iloordialljr invite you tooall and cxaolnemy lie made his appearance at the mouth CON-1Misses Lethu Shiddell mri rln TT AVE JUST HUII.T THEM A SHOP ON where Gall and see him. New and Fresh Stook of Goods. of the tunnel and was taken to the street, near Cro'.s, South Thompson, of Lexington, have been they way prepared tOdo all kinds ofFrankfort, on are carpentering grocery of Mr. George Yagle, where his viuuiig uie iuisses jetiers the past short notice. a specialty. Give them a cull. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, Kil lob work wounds were attended to. week. Sept. 3v3m. Nov. ISipMf. bolt. FRESHEST iuicjugan. The pony races at the old Fair Mr. L. L. Conway and wife left Ground, Saturday afternoon, were Thursday for a visit of several days to quite amusing and were enjoyed by Louisville. Mr. F. B. Staines, wife and daughter quite a good crowd The quarter left Thursday afternoon for a visit to race was won by Master John Stewart's Cincinnati. Cow-bo- y hi two straight heats; E. W. Mrs. J. C. Morton and Miss Sallie Ayres' Greaser second. There were Jackson have gone toOld Point Comnine entries. The mile race was also fort, Va. won by Cow-botwo entries. Mr. James M. Dooley returned During the thunder storm Saturday Thursday evening from a visit to Indianapolis. night the residence of Mrs. O. T. Mr. Richardson was struck by lightning. ously Ed. Went, jr., is lying dangerill at his father's residence on It entered the roof near the chimney, Logan street. raising up four or five shingles, ran Mrs. Judge L. Hord left Tuesday down the chimney, knocked a clock afternoon for a visit to her sons in from the mantle into the middle of Aurora, Illinois. the floor, but aside from splitting the Mr. Isaac Salyers and wife, of Jackplastering in one or two places, did no sonville, Illinois, are visiting Mrs. further damage. Mr. G. Ed. Marshall, Matilda Jetfers. Mr. John B. Williams, of Burnside, who occupies a portion of the house, was sitting in an adjoining room, and has been visiting his parents in this city was considerably shocked. It requ ired this week. several hours to get the house clear of Miss Hermia Combs, of Linneus, Missouri, is the sulphurous scent produced by the Cross street. visiting relatives tit old y; Mr. L. P. Tarleton and wife have Mr. Henry Duval 1 will open a fresh and oyter depot at the old Mar- returned from a visit to Mrs. TVs parents in Hhufordsville, North Carolina. Kiterod attho Frankfort, Kentucky ket house corner. a second class mailable matter. Mrs. Henry Bedford and daughter, of Mrs. Sam. S. Clay, of Paris, who have According to the Courier-JournGEORGE A. LEWIS, Wednesday, Cols. Robert Agee, George been visiting Mrs. J. T. Ware in this Monday. sinca. Piphcr, and Theo. Ballow, of this city, city, left for home TIhk L. Del lime, formerly of this who claim to be creditors of the city but now of San Francisco, Cala., OCTOBER 4, 1P84. FRANMvFOUT. Co , of Louisville, visited this city last week to attend the express themselves as not in the least wedding of his sister. Fresh shont nt Cruteher & Stephens'. alarmed about their accounts, and are Miss Katie Wherrltt, of Lancaster, confident that said firm will again who has been visiting relatives in this of the arise in a short time. A post of the Grand Army city fer several weeks, left Thursday Republic is being organized in this for a visit to Louisville. Henry Finney, the negro who stole city. Mrs. James Harrod, of Polsgrove. $100 from Wakefield & West last win- spent several days in the city the first was shot ter, was arrested in Chicago Monday. oi tne weeic, the guest oi Mrs. saran Chas. Straws, colored, who is Officer Stephens left Tuesday afternoon LeCompte. two weeks ag-- by his improving and it is thought will get with a requisition and brought him Mr. Jas A. Richardson, an old well. Hyde citizen of this county, has been quite hero yesterday. Chief of Police ill at his home near this city, for several Jf you want to live long and be happy heard of his being in that city from days but is some better. don't neglect to get your bread from gentlemen who attended the Chicago Hello, Central! Mr. S. D. Cheseldine and wife, of Sower Jc Alder's, made from J. E. M. Democratic Convention, kept trace London, Ohio, who have been visiting Hello of him, and finally telegraphed Monday Mrs. Sarah LeCompte, left Thursday roller flour. Stop rt minute. to have him arrested. morning for home. An excursion train of eight coaches Well. While our neighbor Lexington is ty,Miss Minnie Gay, of Woodford coun densely packed passed down to the who has been visiting Mrs. Dr. Have you heard the latest? Louisville Exposition on Tuesday agitating the question of establishing Thos. II. Hudson, returned home What is it ? manufactories in her midst, why is it Thursday morning. morning. Reopening of the Arcade. that Frankfort, witli so great facilities Mrs. Capt S M.Swigert and children, Messrs. C. R. Mason & Co. have been for the successful operation of manufac- who have been visiting relatives here, You don't tell me awarded the contract for the erection turing establishments, does nothing? left Thursday afternoon for Bank Lick, Yes, in full blast. of liie stone work of the Branch Peni- Only a few days ago the old Cotton Kenton county. What style of lirm ? Assistant Engineer T. Fred Carter, tentiary at Eddy ville. Mills, with all its machinery, was sold U. S. A., who has been visiting his Why, Sol Han is. of its real value, parents in this city the past two for about months, dipt!" J. B. Veach lias sold out his and now lies I thought Harris & Herrmann were proprl idle. With one of the left to join his billiard parlor, at 332 Main street, to largest lumber markets in the country ship.Thursday for Boston etors of the Arcade. Mr. Wallace Harper and has removed No, indeed. Sol Harris is the successor of this certainly ought to be a splendid Mr. Arthur Peter, wife and children, to Lexington to reside. hniui l:if tin M isi place for the establishment of a furni- xi'liri lin-H. & H. parents in this city the past For. SaTjE. Plymouth Rock roost- ture manufactory, and the old Cotton left Thursday for their home in month,l. And what is lie selling? Louis-viler" and pullets of Sid. Conger's strain. Mills a first class site for it. If we Everything, excepting salt. have not local enterprise and capital e Apply to J. G. Green, at the Miss Florence Frank, of Maysville, I am glad of it. sufficient to establish it, why cannot is with on the Georgetown pike. the children of Col. John L. I saw six dray loads of goods just opened. inducements be offered to foreign Scott at Edgewood, near this city, comCol. W. C. P. Breckinridge will capitalists to come here and invest in pleting Iter education under the inaddress the people of this county on the something of the kind? Don't let struction of Miss Lottie R. Prather, political issues of the day at the Opera Frankfort be a dead town always, but late of Daughters' College. , House this afternoon at three o'clock. lets wake up and make the old place a WORN. (Successor to N. F. & O. T. ltichnrdon,) business centre. Mrs. H. L. Watkins has a remarka- live In Woodford county, on Saturday, September 20th, DEALKT. IX i83, to Mr.T. K. Postlethwaitand wife, a daughter ble rose bush in her yard which bears Personal. Sakah Morton. a bloom four inches in diameter when In thi city, on Friday, September 26th, to Mr. Wm. full blown. The odor is very sweet Mr. Chas. Keller is visiting relatives T. Heading and wife, a son. in Cincinnati. In this county, on Monday, September 29,1884 to and the color a dark red. Mr. Joejih Peyton and wife, twin sons ANDY Mrs. R. McClure is visiting re- i'EKCE nnU UROVEIl (.LBVELAND. The seventh of this month, Tuesday latives in K. Louisville. next, is the last day in which a citizen Bridge Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Col. E. C. can register and qualify himself a voter evening from Went returned Monday to Indiana. a visit Fresh Bread every day. Goods delivered in any at the election of Councilmen in Decempart of the city. Sept. 27 tm. Capt. G. Marsh. Wood is quite ill at ber. If you have not paid your taxes his home on High street. T OFFER FOR SALE MV FARM OF 82 ACRES, 1 3i miles from Frankfort on the Versailles pike, at you had better hurry up or you will be Mr. Sam D. Johnson, who has been Jones Station shut out. uct. J. A. SIDEXER. quite ill with fever, is improving. Mr. L F. Compton left Wednesday There is great complaint of the careKINDS SCREENED ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full Prompt at the up afternoon for a visit to Cincinnati. less shooting on the railroad per end of the tunnel. The family of Dr. J. G. Hatchitt and wife snent TT7ISHING TO QUIT HOUSEKEEPING, I Weight, Bottom Prices. win rent my residence on tne uuenton turn a colored man living in Soutli FranL-fo- rt several days in Cincinnati this week. Telephone connection No. 36. jiike, ij miles from the city limits, including all tne land on the south and ea,t side of the road And to Misses Nannie Browder and Irene opposite that point have been in a suiiablc f.imily will also rent the furniture, bedding, GEO. great danger of being killed on several Boyd left Thursday for a visit to Louis- &c, appertaining to the house. ville. Sept. FRANKFORT, KY. L. HORD. Dec.8-occasions by the balls flying in that direction. The police should look after Miss Maud Wayts left Wednesday to attend school at the Georgetown Female fi Jewelry Repairing.-the matter. a college. Misses Flora B. Williams left Good weight in beefsteaks atCrutcher OPENED SHOP GROCERY yesterday for collegs at Ann Arbor, HAVING J. At Todd,A at the IN THE nf .Main and corner Stephens'. Kentucky university, Lexington. Rr. I am prepared of FRANKFORT post-offieont ROUNDABOUT, fish NEW TELEPHONE FOR THE al Belter an BENEFIT OF FRANKFORT AND VICINITY. half-brothe-r, ! What do they contain? Cottons, Ginghams, Sheetings, Towels, Napkins, Dress Goods, Novelties, &c, and they tell me new goods are corning in Calicos, every day. Yes, and how low will he sell them ? V ! He intends to sell them lower than ever, as he always believed in quick sales and small profits. Have just learned from Md'm Hartley What ? That Mrs. Harris is now in New York buying the latest novelties in Millinery, Dress Goods, Notions, and Fancy Goods in fact, everything necessary to complete all the departments. Go early and examine his stock and you will find his prices to please every-i-od- y. If you have not leisure, telephone. Please disconnect. one-four- th n toll-gat- CHAS. F. LANG-- SjBrAGKMARK GROCERIES HAKDWARE, &C, tbarrratlm mOIm us to .'IV .PtI" . um w wt" F,T" PtrlvCl uunMMfj. 1 M on crura dj im auaicM rroiduon to 1 1 mon rutooij mmi ytt dlMOT- red of mcbliif ud curinc toll to tr vrtraleat troalto. Th S tUn N" " X " nn(M. fit K. (afMi to vtrtnrMnwMM n"'"w", ' i" mMiM a4 tmum f.f in tU wm um), 7. tuiK fcj Mil MtM fa win NkMt vriMh Fill 4irtrtiofit ft rh hot. inf U m Mtrivt.M PM)4iWt gr.. hmhinm lrk fflMV At.fmlr.l MwrMkM. kM hf to WT2 1kmJmT auhMd, J Sv 1 5M AnrntirrljrNefrtndpnsltirtlf ffectiw Retried fni th ftne(4 nrl Mumiimt '! nf fanlUal tlMlmaJ sua a m potency tFl. . The trot w,tcsiium auiuiwuitit prlnrtMiSeu of t urine onir vis., for! AppltcuxMi lo XHmu. Me of tU remtd j li ttundtd with no run or in coot chIosm. ut Dot uttrfcrt vtifc tbt erdinwT punulti r lib. TMi nod of ttMintot bu toot the tut la utj wfcrt ewi, tad It now ft pronounced foeetM. Tha If no iiMwnM ftbo.it ihU prtptmlon. PrftctiMl 1 Ssm5Jc '.?' J& I ,k,' !" '"i fi i. ft knd FARM FOR SALE. HARRIS REMEDY CO. nit4 frft MF'I CHEMISTS. Choice Coal Cheap. 'reliable FREE! self-cur- e pok lE&iEnsnr. 27-t- f. favorite prescription of onoof the J1i.si".,.ed 5?.'1 successful specialists In theU.a lnplalnscaledcnveloperee.DniKKlstscauflUtt, Addreu DR. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. foat Manhood, Wenhnets and Deeau. SoxiX JUST RECEIVED, (nowrctrcd)fortliociiroofyroiMleWHti B. MACKLI1T, FALL AND WINTER Witt, h , f .sxt-- GOODS! V. BEHBEEIOH, Merchant Tailor, wmff Ann meets, to do all kinds work line at reasonable prices. All work left at my shop in South Frankfort will re :eive prompt attention. in m Pept. 27-- GEO. W. GAYLE, Dr. Daniel Gober, In ine jeir. no Tacauon. inr wetk-da- r Time to complete the Full Diploma Builnen Oourte about 10 eeki. Arertn Tout Cott, Ineludlng Tuition. Set of Booke nd Board In a r.190. TeleertDhraeijeelaltr. hltxtmrr Canrmm free. Lt41ei received. 6,000 uccetaful cradustes. Oter 600 dudIIs last Tear from 15 to 4J Tears of from Sum. In. tructlon li pracllcallr and IndWlduallT Imparted by 10 teachers. Special couries for Teachers and Builnen Hen. CnlTersltr Diploma presented to Its (raduates. This beautiful city Is noted for Its nealthfulneis and society, and Is on leading Railroads. Tall Sutim bioin$ Stpt. W. ForrlreulsM and full particulars, ddrsss lu Frasldent, W1LBCK R. SMITH, Uik(toa, Ky, ui etc txrin Students a. n St. Clair Street, Bet. Main and Broadway, PHMCIM OFFICE 223 5T. Sept. 27-i- U I Mli, ST., UP STUBS. DR. DR. STRONG'S PILLS! Th Old, Wll Trlod, Wonderful Health Renewing Remedlee. For the Uven i'S a ipaearoare tot Unr implalnt, 1 fttUtln tl a Howe u,rui rifrlnsi UrUiTalnt. a. Blood. ciaanainir from flap HICK ueaaacme,JOBftipatiea Keeps constnnlly on hand Cloths, Doeskins and newest Styles of Fancy French CASS1 MERES. He them is prepared to make up on short notice, NEW MEAT STORE. NO. 223 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE net and all BUIoas JMsordeM. th ni mi and give perfect fitting garments, stylish and COMIOUTADLE. I. F. STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS ItkeuMuatlHM. Imow healthy appe tit e.gooddigea. tloB.reuUrity of the bowels., A preeloas Beea to Jklleate featalee. eoothlnir and bracing the Derroas system, anajnniur vigor ana neaivu wenn rlttcForPuiphlet fibre oi tne dot. epia OedMSt.,t1.V.OiJ OUVALL'S RESIOENCE. Ji.ly t. MACK SALYERS Would respectfully inform the public that he has just ouened a first class At the nbove place, where he will keep constantly on hand the GUARANTEED ! C t) MEAT STORE UN FRANKFORT, KY. MRS. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. SCISSORS, Sold by me. Also that my entire stock of ISEVKRV PAIR OF The IT MEAT. Thirty-sixt- h Annual Session ftHDmnin DRUGS IS PURE Ar of this Sohool will open RMJADU on the Second MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. COMB TO 33-7- . DR. J. S. COLLINS, W. T. RDNYAN, Jos. LeCompte, W. SEE MS. rEi3sra?isa?. 30-- DHHONEY DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS. WAYTS KIRK 1 n FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, &mrrsfV: 3 READY FOR YOUI tt? mTK Fresh shoat at Crutcher & Stephens' & Stephens'. Now is the time to get good comforts. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 4, 1884. 100 for sale at V. T. Runyan's. If you want a nice eight day clock buy yourgoods of Weitel & O' Donnell. Try the new watchmaker He will UIBI G1RGUUITI0II IH CITY AND COUNTY 10(5 St. give you good satisfaction Everybody should remember that tf. Cialr street. Sower & Alder are the bakers of our Berborich's fits nre superb. city. Fon Rj:nt. House of five rooms, ,T. A. Sldencr offers his farm with gas In all the rooms and good Are in Rev. their new store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. Best Shelbyville Hour nt the very cistern in the yard. Apply to for sale. lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South W. C. Hkunjjon. 2t. Conl Is now selling at 10 cents nt re- Side. VTflHft fifff 100 comforts at W, T. Runyan's for tail In this city. yon want a handsome lamp call sale cheap. If Nice Tender beef steak nt Crutcher and see Weitzel & Donnoll. Wo givo them away to our customers. & Stephens'. The best stock of all wool jeans In the GENTS' FUENISHI1TG GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. The blessings of life nro many. Live city nt W. T. Runyan's. fail to see Mr. Wm. Goat, Don't long ana oe nnppv. won't neglect u Give them a call. with Peck's Bad Boy. You will certainly be well treated. 302 Main street. Buckl&n's Arnica Salve. cough or cold. Keep yourself well clothed in changeable weather, nnd Tin-- Bkst Sai.vk in the worlil lor Cuts, The Frankfort Base Ball nine will always keen a bottle of Dr. Wistar's Bruinec, Fever Sore. Inland Reds in Lexington this Balsam of Wild Cherry In the house- Sores, Clin)Mil Ulcers, Salt Kheiim, Corns, play the Hnmla, Cliilliliiinp, hold. A single sponntul will cure an find all Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures afternoon. ordinary cough or cold. Its continued files, or no pity required. It is irunrnnteeH to ive perfect sntistuction, or money refundJuno Ellis, the Fleetwood jockey, use will euro consumption. -ed. Price 23 cents per box. rode the winner in six races nt the For the best all wool Jeans go to W. (Successors to NORMS & ALSTKOM.; For sale liv Jo. LeCompte. Louisville races. T. Runyan. A strike occurred at the Yeoman ANNOUNCEMENT. bindery Wednesday, when nine of the The weather will soon turn cool nnd you will want a fall overcoat. Berber-ic- h hands went out, leaving only four at FOR JAILER. will make you a neat fitting one of work. Wo are authorized to announce DAVID the very best material. MOOKEns a ciindldiuo for Jailer of Franklin The funniest of all plays, Peck's Bad AND DEALERS IN Boy, nt the Opera House Monday, Oct. The best $1.00 shirt in the city at W. county, mbject to the action of tho Democratic party. T. Kunyan's Cth. We are authori7od to announce MOSKS Go to Weitzel & O'Donnell's nnd get Capt. Pres. Wilkerson, a former resi 1IAYD0N a u ntmlldate for Jailer of Franklin a handsome present with every dollar's county, subject to thu action of tho Democratic dent of this city, died in Louisville Inst worth of goods. party. MAIN" week. He had been in failing health In hundreds of instances where Hot llc are authorized to anr ounce JOHN T. for several years. Springs and other treatment failed to WATERS h a candidate fur J.iiler ot Frank-liThe best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect you want to vote for Councilmen cure scrofula and syphilitic disorders, If county, uljcct to the action of the Demofirst-clas- s the sufferer has sought and found a cure cratic party. fits insured. None workmen emin December, you must not forget to in Dr. Guyott's Yellow Dock nnd ployed. All orders pay your taxes and register by Tuesduy Sarsapnrilla. It enriches the blood, filled. Please give I oroby innounoo myself a candidate for renight, as that is the last day. strengthens the urinary and digestive election to the office of Jailer of Franklin us a call. organs, and quickly removes all indicayenr. Jan. The congregation of the Southern tions of ill health and blood disease, county, subject to the action of the Democratic Presbyterian Church on Sunday ten from a pimple to a running sore, from party. DAN SHEEHAN. dered a call to Rev. J. J. Chisolm, of a headache to a rheumatic pain. Its We are authorized to announce JAMES D. Harrodsburg, to become the pastor of superiority over all other blood purifiers MOORE as .icinliddte for Jailer of Frunklin and strengthening medicines Is adthe Church. mitted by all who test Its curative effect county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. coun- and inflcence The newspapers throughout the try say that Peck's Bad Boy is the best Goto W. T. Runynn for the best We aro authorized to announce ROUT. STONE as a candidate tor Jailer ot Franklin county, play of the kind ever written. shirt In the city, only 1.00 subject to the action of the Democratic Party. The marriage of Miss Venie Herndon, By using Sower & Aider's bread We aro authorized toannounce NOAH GOINS of this city, and Mr. John Morgan, made from J. E. M. roller flour it as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, traveling salesman for a Cincinnati strengthens the body, quiets the nerves subject to the action of the Democratic party. grocery house, is announced for next and produces dreamless slumber. Try FOR COUNTY CLERK. Tuesday, the 7th Inst. it once and be convinced. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. m 0V EN s candidate for Clerk ot the FrankThe prospects now are thai the race Best patent flour $3 per hundred; for Representative in the next Legis- good family flour 61.75 per hundred nt lin County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. lature from this county will be a lively J. Heeney's, South Side. 2t. three cornered flght, in which event FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. No chromos given away but someMANUFACTURFR OF the "boys" will have a good time. ire are authorized to announce JAS. A. thing more useful at Weitzel & O'Donas a candidate for to the I 1 T T T 1 117 n If Secure your seats for Peck's Bad Boy, nell's. office of County Attorney, subject to the action 1120a hooqb, only 75 cents for a reserved seat. At iron cornices, window imivai of the Democratic party. Opera House Monday night, October Nervous debility, indicated by loss of We are authorized to announce BEN. O. memory, universal lassitude, constant 6th. TIN, SHEET IRON AKD COPPER WORK. fatigue, vivid dreaming, unnatural WILLIAMS as a oandidate for County Attorney, Thatcher, Primrose & West's Miastrel excitement, fits or dizziness, etc., is eubjeot to tho action of the Democratic Party. DEALER IXTHECELEUUATED troupe gave an entertainment at the quickly cured by using Dr. Guysott's FOR ASSESSOR. This Opera House Wednesday evening before Yellow Dock and Sarsapnrilla strengthens a good audience and was one of the remedy purifies the blood, body, quiets We aro authorized to unnounce W.II. HAWK the weak portions of the Franklin-countbest shows of the kind which has ever thenerves, produces dreamlessslumber, INS as a candidate for Assessor of Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never failed in a subject to the aotinn of the Democratic visited this city. All those present and is the only remedy that perma- party. single instance to give satisfaction. The JEQXfOCt ZESaIlgre, nently cures the many distressful ailwere delighted. which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range ments resulting from nervous debility. We are authorized to announce LEWIS in the world. IIARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n A new stock of watches, clocks, and Get your watches, clocks and jewelry county, subjeot tho action of the Democratic Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and .Enameled jewelry, also Holland's flno gold pens, Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers; repaired at F. M. Wayne's, 106 St Clair party. solid silver and the best brands of silstreet. You will save 30 per cent. tf. Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Goal and ver plated ware, just received at Philip Wgod Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Selbert's the jeweler, 23a St. Clair street, Nice tender beefsteak at Crutcher & Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iro Frankfort, Kentucky. tf. Stephens'. MM CELEBRATED Boofiug a specialty, and for which he is celebrated all over the State. We are requested to say that the May 31-iWe feel assured that housewives who appointment of Rev. J. M. Lewis as an uso Sower & Aider's bread, cakes and elector for this district on the Prohibi- rolls made from J. E. M. roller flour tion electoral ticket was without his avoid the disappointment so often exknowledge and consent, and as he is perienced. not in politics ho most emphatically Messrs. Sower & Abler have accepted declines to serve. the sole agency in this city for Messrs. Emanuel Baer, the at Klee Coleman & Co's. favorite drinks, White Sulphur, is in trouble again. He Southern Favorite Ginger Ale, Chamwas attacked Tuesday evening and pagne Cider, Mineral and Drennon badly beaten up by J. B. Northcutt, Waters, and will keep them constanta farmer living in that neighborhood. ly in stock. They are alone authorized He was rendered unconscious for sev- to collect all boxes and bottles which eral hours by a blow Northcutt struck have been distributed by Mr. J. O. him on the head. Mauor. Thee goods are all first class, recent letter from Nnppa City, and aro pure and healthy drinks. A California, reports Mrs. Harriett Leon- Messrs. Klee Coleman & Co. are the Pwtocttea. No inch protective against chills and ard, formerly of this city, who is now largest bottlers in the State, are shipfever and other diseases of a malaria typo exists as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It making her home with her daughter ping these goods all over the country, liver disorders, and have established a reputation of relieves constipation, bladder ailments rheuin that city, as in good health and matism, kidney and with change, aa spirits, and although nearly ninety selling nothing In their line but the certainty and promptitude. A. soon takes gratifying aa it is complete, as well as the years of age she is still able to use her very best to be had anywhere. Call place in the appearance, haggard invalid of nnd see Messrs Sower & Abler when sensation, this the wan and Who uses standard promoter of health needle nearly us well as in her younger and strength. you wish a cool refreshing drink, tf. duys. saw au urns-gutana Good weight In beef steaks at Cruteber HUDSON & MEAGHER M QittV "M&mLORlNCx! .- : A. G. ALSTROM & CO., Merchant Tailors, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. but promptly 12-- 1 E. POWER, VIO-LET- T k, y, COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, lf y. CHAMPION post-mast- er Bitters rot dj s 5 J pieces of lovely glassware givon Have your wedding suit made by Berberieh. rauy. oeaiera 7. ! away with every purchase of iHM) at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. A young man who went to the circus with oneofSoworA Aider's loaves of bread made from J. E, M. flour had his arm seized and savagely j or ked by one of the monkeys. WOTMMM. fttatsMa. OiL Tfa dry ellawto earn. Mess, TbJOtt,LBa tall tdts, 88 p., root, cost, Its terrible Sower & Abler being compelled to organize a body of men to guard their store at night to prevent the people from making a raid on their bread made from J. flour. E. M. fit. MARRIAGE M. fTbaerMttpceliulK. All UutttM oVMbtral eurioas or woaavtralwaat to tkaow. Ototh and BitM trfadiaa 80 U,ppw 3fc3lfcr-Irttfolds, Ut pUctnt stated, boom or itrfrby NTTOaaPjwu)r7tlBMUsMMS tpftarrtifroLUtlPjuBppjrnv, IllustratsJi. MONITOR! For Sale by Roller JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. - 1 ,Mmu UlSit UL , J ..&w I M T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. GilTEST Bridgeport. Abundant rain this week. The fall grass is booming. Colie Crockett is able to ride about. Mrs. Mollie Armstrong is on a visit to relatives in Missouri. Rev. T A. Spieer graced the village with Ills presence last Friday. Mtes Bettie Roberts is visiting at Bagdad and Christiansburg. Johnnie and Lizzie Jackson have about recovered from their recent illness Mrs. Kiz.io Vannatta and daughter, of Shelby county, are visiting relatives in this vicinity. Rev. B. F. Hungerford will preach p m , at i'TaiiKim unurcii y at at 10 o'clock a. m. and to-da- SHOW OK Exhibition, save the ElTiLira,y. Bw(N, Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. M s Prop'rs Sca.-u.ai.r- L. MANGAN, SB., & CO., There is on the broad earth no Royally, Transcendentally Magnificent Glixitcaa. Street, 3lTrtlieast Corner, Capital Oiders by telephone promptly attended to. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6-i- y BarnumLonflon snows FRANKFORT, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16. EXHAUSTLESS CATALOGUE OP FEATURES. A.L.FRANKLIN Cuff Ketuiner. Patented Aug. 5, 1884. Chesapeake and Ohio Mmy, MEW KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST r'OR AGNES L. FRANKLIN, FRANKFORT, will have it attached lo yoitf cuff buttout for s per pair; will have it adjusted searabe tojptircuiT button for 1.00 per pair (until she sells her patent, which is now for sale. Owners of cufT buttons must pay express both ways. MRS. A ONLY "its LINE RUNNING FOR Aug. i6-t- t. NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- Lillie McWilliams and Lena Roberts of Shelby county are the guets of their cousin, Miss Bettie McWilliams. Mr. Zach. Reid and family are on a two week's visit to relatives and friends in Anderson, Shelby and Spencer coun Misses ties. , A SOLID TRAIN FROM ROYAL SACRED WHITE ELEPHANT will n nd Rl June 25-ly. AND LOUISVILLE, - Married. At the Franklin Church Tuesday, Sept. 30th, 18S4, Mr. M. F. Parrent and Mks Sallie II Crockett. Rev. J. McCloskey Blayney officiating. May their honeymoon bo lasting as life. Dr. Geo. W. Cliinn paid a vWt to LouUville this week. This is the llivt recreation the Dr. has taken for a period of live or six years, owing to the incessant labor he lias been compelled to perform as a physician during that talo of real rtiitc, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation ot loan. Office oppotito Court House. Franklin and the adjoining counties, and also give special attention to the purchase Estate Agent, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Cincinnati, OF and TO FRANKFORT, Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TBAINS FOB NEW PLANING MILL. NEW TORE. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO AND J. Having M. WAKEFIELD rooently added to his Establishment Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, ALL First-Cla- ss Flaning Hill, For tickets ann further information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address, W.. I. Bf.ro, W.E.ARNOLD, Advertising Agt., Tiokot Agent. 225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky 11 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of time. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Moidiii Millville. ALSO C.W.SMITH, W Dr. Payne expects to remove to ieliolasville this week. Mr. McEnnis has moved into the house lately vacated by Mr. Goins. The distillery of Messrs. Labrot & Graniam is rapidly being repaired. Mrs. Alice Goins has Plymouth Rock hens live months old that are laying. Only Baby Elephants. 2 American-bor- n Forty performing Elephants. Mr. Hiram Harris has made Ave Elephant Comedian. Real Roman races, run in earnest and for hundred gallons of sorghum molasses. cash prizes. Scores of dens of rare Wild Beasts. Mis Bettie McCowan has taken Only traveling Museum of Curious Sights. charge of the public school in this dis- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Mayl5-tf- General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Virginia. r ci, Gotten uut in the Best Style. . KENTUCKY CENTAL B AILROAD. JUMBO. CHANG, Every and To fcT6 GOOD HEALTH the MTER nut t Iwpt In onto. Db.S1NF0RD'S "BLP E GBASfJ ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL FO NTS NORTH, EAST WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND No. 4. CINCINNATI. 1884. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. iST, South-Boun- trict. last Saturday. Mr. James Goins has moved to his The stalwart Chinese Giant. Major Atom, the Elfin Man. Admiral new home known as the old Dot, Midget, Actor and Dude. And one thousand Marvelous Pepper farm. Human Curious. Gigantic Ethnological Congress of Mr. James Shaw is buying all the Savages, Heathens, and Barbarians, Nautch calves in the county, paying the highest Dancing Girls, Etc., Etc. prices for them. Mr. Jas. Goins had a line turkey gobbler to die, when a not mortem Three Great Rings, Mammoth Elevated Stage, examination was had, and it was found Eighty of Performers, that its lungs were decayed. Acts Exhibition. Mr. James Goins has a fine bull dog that will go out at night and catch opossums and bring them to its master's door He weighs 1)7 pounds and is IS months old. O-c- ar Mrs. Fannie Shaw purchased a tine lot ol hill goods iroin Mr. Ja.. Lassen Daily. No. 6. No, 13 Daily Daily Ex, Sun. Ex, Sun. Lve. Covington oust, wnai us namo implies; u vemuun jioit Mcdicme.andfordlsaaseo resulting from adorangea or torpid condition of the Liver; such asBiliousness, (Jostlvenoss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia. Malaria, Rheumatism, etc. An Invaluable Family Medicine. For full information send your address on a postal card for ICO page book onto "Liver and Its Diseases," to OR. SANFORD, 24 Dunne Street, Now York. AS UUL'Utii&T WILL TtLL 10 U ITS BEPDTAT10& DR. S.ANFORD'S. LIVER IHyiOORATOR Hundreds HARRIS'Vj AEidlcalCura FOB SPERMATORRHEA PROF. flB) cj, andwcukncu sua J oriiuta 1TFRVOUS DEBILITY numerous p Arr Paris p Arr. Lexington. . Lve. Paris . io.o p Arr. Winchester 11.15 P Lve Winchester . Arr. Richmond . . Arr. Lancaster . . Arr. Rowland . , Arr. Ilercn Arr. Lexington . . . Arr. Lon. L. & N.R'y Arr. W'ms'g " Arr. Jellico " " , North-Hound- " Cynthiana " . . . Falmouth . . , 8.10 9.22 10.10 10.40 11.15 p m 8. jo a m 2.00 p m p m 9.55 a m 3.37 p m p m 11.00 a m 4.43 P m m m m 11.35 a m 5.15 P m. 12.20 p tn Ceo p m 11.35 a m 5.25 p m ia.10 p m 6.00 p m 12.30 p m 6.20 p n 1.30 p m 7.15 p ir 4.33 P n 8.41 p m 5.S5 Pni 9 05 p n 2)8 p m 3.15 P m 4 33 P m 0.02 p m &35 P m No. 1, Daily, Ex. Sun No. 11, Daily, Ex. Sun. ttm. Bald Knob. hundred. John Lee returned home last week from a four week's vacation at Shelby-villGood stock hogs are selling at $4.."0 a IMPOTENCY. JKWTesUd for overS yoors by use In thou and of oaaea. Inipoicl on by pretentious claims ol for tbess other remedies troubles. Oct our fret) circular anil trial package anJ learn important facts before taking treatment elwwbcre. Take a remedy tbat bas cured ttioianji, sua does not in. tcrfere with attention to boil ness or cause pain or Incon. TCniesce. Founded on tcl cntlflo medical principle!. A Mild being euro aiieuei, Dauini skillful ph.vilclam, rciutl from youthful lndUcro tlooi, too free Indulgent, asdOTcr brain work. Do not tcmpontovuuo inea encmlei lurle la roar sts ob . See '1'ra'n N0.1. a Nucs. e. XQQ VsSn are getting in this good work in that direction. A little son of W R Clark's had the misfortune to fall off a horse a few days ago and break his arm. Dr. Austin set the bone and he is now getting along all right. Doctor Alex. Baily and Miss Sue LeCompte wore united in bonds of matrimony Tuesday afternoon. A large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties were present. Bro. J. Head will begin a protracted meeting at Lebanon Church Monday night, the 22(1. Elder Head is a profound thinker, a fluent talker and an earnest worker. Those who desire either to be instructed or entertained would do well to come and hear him. Mr. George Ilarrod has cut and housed 0,000 sticks of tobacco and other farmers IUIk HjHVihaAB BjHEnDHV -- "JS. TRIAL PACKAGE. 8END ADDRESS Crowing In faior and repute tlon. Direct application to tbs scat of dliea.i makes its spe eino innuence nut whuous s delay. The natural of the buman orgsa are rcitored. Tb iim aslmatlnt; elements of waited ar (lren baci. ino ratieot ueoou gains oheerful strength rauidly. CO., M'f g ChomltU. lire which Arr, Paris . . . . Lve. Winchester. Lve. Jellico. . . Lve. Livingston Lve. Iicrca . . Arr. Richmond , Lve. Rowland . Lve. Lancaster . Lve. Richmond . Arr. Winchester. Lve. Lexington . , , ti.45 a 11.50 p 1.30 p 11.15 a 12 41 8.30 1.30 p HI 3.35 p m 3.00 p m p m a m m m in m m 6.00 a . 7.00 a m 1.35 p m j.25 a 3.15 p m 8.10 a 11.50 r b 7.20 a . . 8.05 a . . 3.15 p m 8.10 a p m 8.45 a 3.53 3 57 P n 9.55 a 5.35 P o 11.30 a m m m .... Arr. Cynthiana Arr. Paris. Lve, Paris . North-Boun- d. 2 55 . . m m h'j ben 406 Arr, Falmouth 453 Covington . Arr. 605 WAVSVILLE BRANCH. N0.55, Sunday Only. , . . . . m m in f 'WMoHTH'8TRUTI.WT1t3j2MOItTH8.f5j8H0NTH8,7, HARRIS REME twy Kortk iota St., No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. a 815 a No. 53. Ex, 4.30 5.20 5.47 6.07 7.00 Su. P m p m Hb liooii, no. Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. 1'nrU. . . Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysville, South-Boun- . . . lOOoa m 7.45 a m 8.1c a m 8.30 a rn 9.17 a m Dl 700 a 7.5 9.4$ a 10.30 a 8.40 a 9x0 a 200 p m p m p m p m n 7 43 P THE ONLY TRUE No. 56, Sunday Only. . . Kt,. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun. Daily, Ex. Sun, m n m m BEWILDERING AND GORGEOUS PROCESSION ! PROM THE GROUNDS DAILY, AT 8:30 A. M. IRON A Great Discovery. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., says: "My wife has been seriously affected with a cough for twenty-fiv- e years, and this spring more severely GENERAL ADMISSION, 50 CTS ; CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS, 25 CTS. ,than ever before. She had used many remedies without relief, and being 1TT7MBBRED urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with most gratifying results. Two exhibitions daily. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Performance 'The first bottle relieved her very much, commences at 2 and 8 p. m. and the second bottle has absolutely cured her. She lias not had so good "health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store,' Large size 1.00. More men, women, children, horses, chariots, lairs, loose wild beasts, trained animals, fine harness, jewelled and gold trimmed wardrobe, Roman glint and glamour, cunning surprises, magnificence, dazzling gorgeousness and matchless splendor than all the other Stushows in America combined can produce, 12 different kinds of music in the parade. pendous menagerie of loose and led animals in the street and in the oriental entree under the tent. Hundreds of thousands of moral and religious people attend this exhibition who No other does this. never think of visiting another. Whatever it advertises it always exhibits. For the especial accommodation of those who desire to avoid the crowds on the grounds, RESERVED NUMHERED CHAIRS can be purchased at GUY BARRETT'S NEWS DEPOT at the same price as at the ticket office at the tents, and general admission tickets at the usual slight advance, the days of exhibition only, Five thousand excellent opera chairs. Good seats for twenty thousand people. TONIC FA0T8RECAMINQ Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . . . Lve. Lve. Lve. Lve, Carlisle, Johnson Maysville , . , 5.45 a m i,3o,p &30 a m i,59' P 7.31 a in 3.43. p 7.44 a m 3,cv p 330pm s.io a m 3.33 p 4.15 p m 9,10 a m 6.00 p o.QS P w 11.30 a m P m rn m m 1.15 p 57 P 3.45 p 3 05 p m ta Br. HorUt's lion Tonic RESERVED CHAIRS EXTRA. LOUISVILLE, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1GTH. LEXINGTON, FHZDA7, OCT. 17TB. It will purify and enrich the BLOOD, rcprulato the LIVER uml KIDNEYS, nmTlUstoiiu iiik II thpso HEALTH and VIGOR of VOUTHI In n'IONIC, ilUiuseN I'lMiiilrliiKncL'rtuliianil tlllclcti jiuiliill- jf)iiiislii.Vniitur Aiietlto.IinltireB-tlui- i, l.ucl. ot blrciiirlli, ctc.llH tiku Is niuikcil i ami woiHlcrlitl results, lioness. with iiiiiouhM uml iiiTVfs leeehu new furuu. Jtullvens tliu iiilml and supiilles H111I11 I'uWiT. siillerlnjr IIMIiefi peculiar toIroin all uomplatnts lliull'scx will iliullu L Ft. COIRON TONIO a ulu nntl spLi-iljR. IIARTBR'S cine. It Kites n tli'iir and heallhy complexion. Tliu siniuifeNt testluiony lo the aliie r l)lt. IlAUTKliS Inn.s TONIC Is that rruiiiunt attempts, at couiiteiTi'llliiKhaU' only udiled to the popular. Ityoi'tliuoilwluul. K you etiriiistly desire lieultli do nut your mldress to The Dr. Hurler Mod. Co. V liiiiiiL-illnlir On. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Sale by Druqqists and Dealers Everywhere. Kt. Ixj.ili. Mo., for our "DREAM BOOK." Full of straouoand useful inlormatlon, Jiea. au day south of Winchester. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Parrs, and not via Winchester and Paris. Falmouth Accomodation, No. 10. dairy, 5:25 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P, M. No 9, daily, leave FaAnouth, 600 A, M.; arrive Covington, 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M,;. arrive Talmouth, 10:40 A. M. No. 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. Mi,; nrrive Covington, 5:00 P. M, Lexington and Paris. No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave Pari, 8:20 A, M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A, M, No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington. 4:30 P. M.i arrive Paris, s'.U P. M. Fast Liilc Nos. 3 and 4 ruii via Winchester. SoKd Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railrcnd, S. F. 11. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLESEY, Trav. Pass'r Agt., P.iss'r Agt., Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky. C. W. SMITH, K. W, FULLER, Cen'l Pass'r Agent, Gen'l Manager. Train No. runs daily from Wfncnesrer and Lexington toCovngton, but is daily except Sun- NOTE j l , , " V mMiMi L A. 5 week. Mr. Jvclllo)': We are very sorry to hear of the lien Williams, My Dkau Nkimikw: I find that of Glens V., ii. i J lope he will be leifiiuHH-iiouuEditor Jimtmhiboiit : the old woman s mind lias taken a The following linos written by Miss entry turn, awl votir unco cone tulei lli " "l'i oun Ktitiu Shipp ana read hy her before the he would try his hand. Hick. Franklin County Teachers' Association In reference to Polly's production W C. T U. Notes. at its last meeting, is a noble tribute of would say that it is good, except that .one ot Kentucky's fair daughters to ner part in regard to our kin's crop of . noble dead, ana deserves to uo preserved tobacco. J lutve reference to the old as such. Itenuhlican Hell. But onouirh of this. Here goes for the news in this part of It is said that every member of the The Frankfort Cemetery Illinois bar both drank and gambled sneiny county: Tobacco crops Rood and generally in when Judge David Davis first joined it ; It is the Cemetery, the sun is high o'erhead, the house. Corn short. lie having made up his niin'd to do And casts its golden light o'er the living and People generally are sober new neither, has outlived them all. the dead. M( treaty's whisky is all out. An enthusiastic supporter of total The south wind breathes its high, the river What a shame that freemen can be abstinence is Archbishop II van. of laves the shore, Some who Philadelphia. Where sleep Kentucky's br.aves, to walk this bought with whisky. profess to be Baptists and some Campearth no more. A New Temperance Move. bell! to were (trunk on McCreary's Pirrsiiriw;, P.., Sept. Hi. A petius now we see, beneath the .sun's whisky. Uefore bright gleam, The Campbellites are going to have tion is being circulated in titis city reThe marble cross and tomb, like the spectres a big meeting soon. Eiders linker and questing the Legislature to enact a law of a dream; Phelp will do the preaching. They providing for compulsory temperance All by tlie mountain side, all down the woody also propose to exclude some of their education in all schools supported bv vale, members forjgetting too much of MeC.'s public money. It will ask that instruction be required in the.se All n the rolling tide, tests. Kentucky's war- bug juice. schools in physiology and hvgiene, riors pale. Hut enough of this, my dear Nephew. with special reference to the effects of g Beneath this hallowed groun Jour Boone Its getting late and your uncle is gct-in- alcoholic drinks, .stimulants and sleepy. securely sleeps. The old lady and I had some words narcotics upon the human .system. No comrades gathered round disturb his Lawand Order League have instituted mom ner writing tor a newspaper slumbers deep. against seventeen saloon he bade no I'm afraid she will be a woman's rights proceedings He spake no warrior's words, lady if she keeps this nonsence up. keepers in Dubuque, Iowa. One huntrumpet blow, lie fought his battles well and bravely faced Publish this first production of your dred more to be interviewed soon. Judge James Baker, of Springfield. the foe. dear old uncle, M i.ssouri, was Ya:izk Yoitom. nominated for Congress Dick Johnson rests from fight among the from the Thirteenth Congressional slumbering baud, District by the Prohibition C invention. Jett. Who was foremost in the field, like the lightIt' men will let whisky alone, whisning's living brand, The excursion to Louisville Septem- ky will let men alone. Whiskv never When old Tecumseh fell, and the forest ceased ber .".utli took on some 8 or 10 at this takes the initiative rt never hunts to moan, around for a man to wrestle with. If When 'midst the clash of steel was heard his plajo you don't open, a barrel the whisky in dying groan. Mr. .ramos Miller visited the Expoit will not get out and attack men. No more will cannon roar, nor war's led flag sition at Louisville this week. If men will stay out of a saloon the wave high, The iarmer say too much rain now. saloon keeper will not rush out and mid No more at midnight hour sav.ige man draw Hard to please them. drag them in Atlanta Con. nigh A fashion of speech in Mime quarters, Meissiv--, Oeo and Henry Hearn took Now Johnson sleeps upon the hill, with braves some tine colts to Eminence sale for when referring to the workman, who mound his feet, Monday. does not appear on a Monday morning, That from liuena Vista's plains have come their Mr Ililiovy Bedford last is ntf got the Mondav blight " That They brought good prices mite.s to greet is the correct term, blight, Mr. II. Miller and wife, of Mid- pity of pities is it that the often it is and We find a royal feast, death's midnight so not way, are visiting .Mrs Jas. 11. Shaw. banquet here, merely the ".Monday blight" but the For the "Treasiues of our State," lay beneath Mr. A. E. Ilenton and. wife, of blight of a whole life. What are vou his deadly spear. Lexington, visited Mi Jns. Ilenton doing to dispel this blight.' Blight of In Frankfort here repose the bravest of the nus week. body, blight . of brain, ' blteht of the . . . . c brave, Our community was thrown into a s'lnt which is to live forever. heirts must be their home, this spot must great .state Our of excitement last Frit lav Atthetir.st dinner party, given bv be their grave evening by the report that .Mr. Oakley President Arthur, at the Executive The air seems all a sigl tne eartn seems all a Thompson had accidently been shdt Mansion, which oceured on Jauuaiy and killed by Ids brother-in-law- , Mr ;5uth, it was observed thatseveral of the bier, standing thus we gaze on the noble Sam. Fogg The report proved only guests positively declined to take anv When names carved here. too true, as the sad and distressing acci- wine. Among thoe refusing it were On Crittenden, Mordiead and Clark, on dent happened in Mr. Dick Fogg's the Speaker and Mr.s. Carlisle, (.Jen. Governors live or more, hemp tieid, where he had gone to hunt Sheridan, Secretary and Mrs. Teller On statesmen, poet and priest, and loved ones doves. He had killed several when he and Senator Vance. Those named, by the score. got out of shells for his gun, and war. as others equally prominent, under a tree meditating among them Senator Cockrell, of Mo., While each lies here at rest, with trophies by standing whether he should go home and get always turn their wine glares down at his side, Kach not in vain has lived, and not in vain more when Mr Sam Fogg came up dinner parties. and said he was going to quit shooting Three-fourth- s has died. of the "drunks" in our As lived the men of old, thus will we live or his old gun would kill liim or Mime police eourts get drunk on beer. Cin one else Just then some doyes Mew cinnati Commercial. again. Shall not the selfsame State bring forth the by and both Fogg and Thompson turnMayor Harrison has promised that ed to look at them, when Fogg's gun selfsame men ? ' lie will not renew the lieeiise of any was discharged, .sending shot (IIIV1 wad .saloons within two hundred feet of any We'll nlcdye their honored names in cups into Tlioninson's side, scrlimr his of purest wine, elothiii"- on lire, which was nut nut lv .school llOUM'. And the warrior's deathless name we'll sing the flow of his life's blood. A practical temperance argument Mo lived in stiains divine. until nhnur 7 n'eloclr. Kiittii'iiir onvit was one day deftly put forth by Prof. We'll tell of statesmen pure, of patriot true .)ai,,t jJo wus conioU.sto the TasUld Houghton, of Trinity College, 'Dublin. aimorave. kllOW Illltl rfslkl tVoill tllO Ill"St Hlllt lie A friend sitting by him ordered branAnd teach our growing our eoui(i nt ijVc, () dy and water, with a plate of oysters. great men gave. Oakley was one'Vif our best young Prof Houghton implored him iiot to farmers, mid was looked upon with ruin his digestion in that way, and Friniii. C0l"u' Kv K,vut reject by .ill who knew him; lie MMiding for a ghuss of brandy put an oyster in it before the eyes of his A house on the farm of Mr. J. B. was uprigni, uonesi mm imr man in friends. In a .short time tl'u-rlav in all his dealings and it has never been Catlett, near Alton, filled with grain, my lot, though thrown with all the the bottom oftheulassa tough leathery was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. people who knew him, to lieu1 any substance resembling the finger of 'a It contained 500 bushels of wheat, 2" say aught but good of him. His wife kid glove and just as digestible. children have the deepest sympaSweden has a law we commend bushels of oats, and 12." bushels of rye. and of thy the whole neighborhood in their to legislators desirousthat reaching the of Therowas $1,200 insurance on the house sad breavenn nt drunkard but the manufacturer and and grain. Is thought to lie the work Mrs. Win. Boyett and Mrs. Davis seller of drink notBy this law, a man of an incendiary. Edwards, of Woodford county, attend- - drunk thrice loses the right to vote. T I .t . 1 ROUHDHBOU T-5-0DB1 emeni Hatton. eil the Louisville Exposition thl-- ,v i s;:i.!-:ri'Ki.- svs-tema- tie 1 f . - as-we- ll -- - .,.,., i e