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Tho following is the programme for tho Odd Fellows' procession in this city on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Berry Degree Camp. No. (, will assemble at the Odd Fellows' Temple at 1 o'clock sharp; from thence will pro- Number 51 TIk liwirt of tho small boy is sad. Farmersand Mechanics. The schools of the city all open on Save money and doctors' bills. ReMonday. lieve your mothers, wives and sisters by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's Rev. A. C. Caperton, of Louisville, Cough and Lung Syrw, best known vlll preach at the Baptist Church remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial effections. Relieves Chilmorning. dren of croup in one night, may save of dollars Price "() The session of the Colored Public you hundredsSamples free. Sold cK by and $1.00. School was'opened on Tuesday morning Hughes & Chiles. 2 with a large attendance of scholars. W. O. T- - Notes. The K, M. I. I3ao Ball Club and the The Lawrenceburg Club will play a match Union Woman's Christian Temperance will meet in the chapel of the at Lawrenceburg. game Christian Church every Friday afternoon at four o'clock until further noto-da- CRUTCHER & STARKS! y Masonic. , s desired. Visiting brothers cordially invited. Esoteric Lodge, No. r32, A Y. M., will meet in. regular communication on Wednesday evening at 7. o'clock. that Mr Spurgeon occasionally inThere will be work in the F. C. degree. dulged in a glass of wine. Visiting brothers invited and mem.. t bers requested to bo present. For.stylish, nice fitting suits Hudson, Humphries & Cassell cannot be exGood for the Child. fii-celled: The ailments of childhood need careful attention and wise treatment. An Answer Wanted. Some people think "anything is good Can any one bring us a case of Kidenough for a child, and there isn't much the matter with it anyhow." ney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily cure? We But judicious mothers know better, say they can not, as thousands of cases do as Mrs. H. W. Perry, of Richand says: "I take already permanently cured and who mond Va., does. She Brown's Iron Bittors and give it to nrp rlnilv rennminendinir Electric Bit my children witlr the most satisfactory ters, will prove. Bright's Disease Diabetis, Weak Back, or any urinary results." Sold everywhere. . . complaint quickly cured Tney purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and Belle Point. net directly on the diseased parts. Mr. Bennio Steele is ill with fever. Every bottle guaranteed. by Joe For sale at 50c a bottle 1 Mr. S. W. Howel has built a large cistern. Mr. John L. Zieglcr, of Texas, is The Truthful Wintess. visiting his family in this place. I will begin in tho next issue of the iMfcs Mattio Todd and Miss Locke are Witness to cnnvnss the subject, Local Opv'siting friends in the country. tion in this county. Lot everybody, Demhelp to circulate Miss Lulie Merchant is visiting rela- ocrats iind Republicnu3, BO cents a year for the Witness. I only nsk tives in Madison county. it. Mrs. A. Lewis has returned from a I hnve enlisted in tho war against tho demon strong drink, and I havo drawn 'my v'sit to Lexington. sword.to do battle until my Heavenly John Merchant, who has been sick bids mo to lay my armor down. t, recently, is much better. I will furnish flvo copie3 of tho Witness 3.75. Mis Jennie Merchant, of Louisville, one year for $2, or ten copies for SMITH, S. F. who has been visiting Mrs. R. L, Grin-steaFbankfout, Ky. left for home "Wednesday. Albert Crutcher, who has been visitAotod like a Oharm. ing here for some weeks, has returned My little daughter all her life has to Louisville The letting of two miles of the Bag- been, in delicate health. Her blood dad, Jacksonville and Benson Valley scorned to be impoverished. She has taken various preparations of Iron, pike took place last Saturday. cod-livoil, and tonics of many kinds The School Trustee hive which were prescribed by the best Miss Sue Joyce as teacher for ensuing physicians, and while she was benevear. The school will commence fitted, yet it was only temporary. A olonday, 7th inst, member of my congregation, who had tried It, recommended S S. S. For Hattox, Ky. about a year she has had an indolent Ed. Roundabout: sore behind her ears. It is with a sad heart that I hasten to but fatubborn taken Swift's Specific for After she had" inform you of the death of my wife, u short timb the sores grew worse and Polly Yocum. Yes, your dear aunt is betran to discharge. This I regarded no more. Her lunacy organ became us favorable. In a very short time her deranged about the time she became ears grow better, and to day is entirely correspondent for the press. is splendid and well. Have you heard anything from the regular:Her appetite lire and cheerfulshe is full of Phelps brothers? Poor boys. Now that is evident to the Tho I'm bereaved.in thelossot Polly would ness. casual change observer. I ascribe it all, most you be kind enough to hunt up poor under tho blessing of God, to Swift's David Talmago Phelps or George Bogs Specific. Iu viow of what it has done Phelps and tell them to come home and me and mine, 1 can most confidentlive with their undo Zeke. The last forand sincerely recommend it to all ly news was that Dupont had them ii his who need such remedy. Let tho paper mill chewing rags to make suffering give it aafair trial, and it will paper. From bereaved uncle, bring hope, Zekk Yocum. evey home. health and happiness into Bexj. R. Hall,-Pasto- r Proprrommejj M. E. Church, South. Shelby, N. C, Fob. 2, 1885;. of Franklin County Teacher's Association for the second Saturday in SeTreatise on Blood and Skin Disptember), 1885: eases mailed free. I. Duties of Trustees Thos. Hunter. This Swift Specific Co , Drawer 3, II Select Reading Ml&s Lulie Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 2.')d St. Wiard. III Grading and . Supervision of Dr. J. M. Lewis Schools Prof. S. P. Browder. Filled Row R. H. Kinnnird's pulpit IV. Jiksay MissShipp. V. Relation of Private Schools to on last Sunday night. The sermon was a remarkably earnest and eloquent Common Schools Mrs. Runyan. VI. Should the Board of Examiners presentation of the truth, and the show any leniencV in granting certifi- whole congregation were greatly pleased with the doctor and his sermon, cates T. E. Utterback. and unite witlius hi tho hone that this VIJ. Essay Miss M. T. Merna. good man may come to see them often Institutes-C- ol. T B. Ford. VIII. Doctor Lewis' reputation as a preacher IX. Address J. R Fears. y ulways secures him a good X. General Discussion. Clipjwr, The Association will meet at the Public School building in Frankfort at Da. m. All are cordially invited Go to Hudson, Humphries & Cassell ' for the latest styles in neckware. by the committee. -- . s Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., meets 'n regular communication on Tuesday evening at 7 J o'clock. Business of importance will be brought before it and a full attendance of the members is Five saloons were closed in Chata-noog- a last week. A dispatch to the Nashville American attributes the fact to hard times. The hard times that stimulate economy to this significantly new direction will not be an unmixed calamity. Nmhv ille American. Rev. C. H. Spencer writes the Voice that he is a total abstainer, advocates total abstinence, ana rejoices in wear incthe blue ribbon. This statement was brought out by a circulated report tice. ceed in a body in full dress uniform with Snyder's Bras Band to the depot to meet and receive the visiting comrades. The procession will bo fotmed on High street and proceed thence as follows: 1. Down High to Clinton. 2. Down Clinton to Ann. 3. Down Ann to Broadway. 4 Down Broadway to St. Clair, o. Down St. Clair to Main. 0. Down Main to Washington. 7. Down Washington to Wnnping. 8. East on Wnpping to St. Clair. 9. South on St Clair to Second street, South Frankfort. 10. East on Second to Main. 11. South on Main to Third. 12. West on Third to Steele. 13. North on Steele to Second. 14. West on Second to St Clair, lfi. North on St. Clair to Main. 1G. East on Main to Canital Hotel, where the procession will disband. W. S. Dehon-ey-, Chief Jfarsicd. 1MMT I 12 ! CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MERCHANT TAILORING FM1SHING 60GSS AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO CASH BUYERS! . With every purchase of A i at Le-Comp- te. Cnp-tai- n d, er "Grossest Man in Alabama." "De crossest man in Alabama lives dar," said the driver as we approached A a wayside home, near Selma, Ala. , to ask accommodations for the night. At And an ornament to any house and both good time keepers. supper, and after it, "mine host" Remember none but the CASH BUYERS get the clock. We have scrowled at every one, found fault a few Waterbury watches left, which we will continue to 1th every thing earthly, and I was give with a purchase of $15.00 and over, for cash. wondering if he would not growl if the heavenly halo didn't lit him, when Our stock never was so large and incidental mention being made of the the . prices we name will comet of 1882, he said: "I didn't like , paralyze all competors. its form, its tail should have been fan shaped!" But, next morning, he appeared at our offering to pay for his hospitality! JJy companion, however, made him accept as a present a sample from his case of goons. Six weeks later, I drew up at the same -house. The planter stepped lightly from the porch, and greeted me cordially. I could scarcely believe that this clear complexion, bright-eyeanimated fellow, and the morose being of a few weeks back, were the same. He inquired after my companion of the former visit and regretted that he was not with me. "Yes," said his ! wife, "we are both much indebted to in surprise. him." "How?" I asked, "For this wonderful change in my husband. Your friend, when leaving, We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever handed him a bottle of Warner's safe shown in town. cure. Ho took it, and two other bottles, and now " "And now," he broke in, growling old bear, "from nn I am healthy and so cheerful my wife declares she has fallen in love with me again!" It" has made over again a thousand love matches, and keeps sweet the tempers of the family circle everywhere Copyrighted. Used by permission of Aug. 2Z- American llural Home. half-offend-ed VIC TO R THE and wit'i esry purchase splendid Oiosk, $20 and over, PRESTON, THE handsomer Clock, ! and under $20 we give o'7 WHITE HALL, OPP. CITY HA.LL. T7"E3 -ZRIE-A- d, BEADY FOB YOUI OUR FALL STOCK IS ARRIVING m g, HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASELL CUSTOM GRINDING! CUSTOM GRINDING A SPECIALTY -- m A largo stock of fall nnd winter goods have just been received by Mj. After extensive repairs and improvements, we have again started u our mill. We are better prepared now than ever to A. G. Alstrom, merchant tailor. 310 lead all competitors on flour . Call and examine them. Main street mm FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE PACKET, "TiTHiinMWWMwr .'r"'ii!aiLi5i!Wiir-"- r WE GIVE YOU FROXI- - 32 to 46 lbs. Flour Xl Offal for a BusheJ of good Wheat E BLUE WING, t. f. Mccarty H. B.CAMMACK . MILES & SON, CITY ROLLER MILLS. Aug. tf. Master. Chiel Clerk. . . ELKHORN WATER MILLS ARE NOW COMPLETED AND ABE RUNNING THE i. I Wharf on Mondiys at a Leaves Custom Hous o'clock, P. M; Ftidiy at 5 o'clock A. M. Leaves Lomsvill) on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, P. M , sharp. Spcciil rate to 3111, fisherman and excursionists. , FULL ROLLER SYSTEM Making six different grades of flour; and giving farmers from .. T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. 37 TO 50 POUND! A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. According to the grade. As Good Flour as is made in J illy 4.2m this or the world to com' 'i 1 citizens of Frankfort that my wagon is now ning regularly every morning, and I am delivt . ITOTIOE-T- . J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church' Livery Stable, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80. Alt calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly mar,7-iy- . attended to. IOHI IOBI t would respectfully inform m congretfa-tlnn.Midwu- PUKES 6 BENSON 1C1 m Katik Shipp, CWm. 51-- 3t to my customers in all parts of the city. Ou. solicited and promptly attended to. mar ai-R. H. NICO ML jmsumtm a Trr---- - gSggaMM.JLW r 'miM IBM MB THM"W."34jW',w',w W Ty in"wjji py t,, ni, wppn. v)r7m?nr-Tf,r'- ;rr .mm Esnccacn :rai FRANKFORT Entered at'thc ice as second class A. Murphy, SuperintendPersonal. ROUNDABOUT. ent of the Public Building, has in his at Frankfort, Kentucky possession live autograph letters from Miss Katie Weltzcl is visiting in mailable matter. Gen. Grant. Nicholasville Capt. D. TOO MUCH STOCK! Wo TOO MUCH STOCK! GEORGE A. LEWIS, BcLi-tiC axieS. Fta.'folieli.er. fi, It. Glogower will open a dry in Miss Una Marshall is visiting friends Georgetown. goods store on Broadway, in the room at present occupied by Mr. Dority as a Mr. Ed. It. Ball, of Midway, was in Mr. are overloaded nnd must urpaok! Having bought 01ms. Cnspcr's entire Btcck, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos, Hate, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &o., nt less tlmn their vnlno, wo will oiler ovcry nrtiolo on hand nt one-httlf FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 1885. shooting gallery, next week. A large audience minstrel performance low, Wilson A-- Baukin Opera House Thursday FALL AND Grubbs, recently appointed Mr. J. Howard Allen, is Two games of base ball were played tendent of tho Government Building visiting his brother, Col. of Florida, BYR. D. Allen, Capital Park on Monday and Tuesat in this city, has been held up until the at the K. M. I. day afternoons, between the Athletics, return of the Secretary of the Treasury , Mr. Chas. E. Taylor, Jr, of of this city, and the Black Stockings, to Washington City. 1). C, is visiting his parents in of Louisville, two colored clubs. By MERCHANT TAILOB, this city. the aid of a Louisville umpire Monday The session of the white Public school ST. CLAll STREET, Miss Fanny Gober left Wednesday afternoon the Louisville coons .suc on Monday. Wp are glad for a visit to her sister in Christian BETWEEN ceeded in putting it on our home boys will begin a' higher grade county. 21 to 12, but Tuesday to be able to state that MAIN AND BROADWAY. by a score of Ensign Hugh Rodman, U. S. N., is he taught in the school this year afternoon the tables were turned and will visiting his mother and sisters in this Keeps ccustnntly on Unud enough scholars city. Hid Vrmikfnrt club won by a score 'of provided there are cloths, doeskins, nnd the whh wish to enter it to justify 26 to 16. Miss Ruby Macklin returned Friday of French enssimers, board in establishing it. Many pu- from a visit to Block Island and other set into pils of last year had completed the points in tho East. The fire hydrant, which was 1J01jS Ho is prepared to make and their parents were at a loss the bank at the corner of Cross and course, what to do with them, being Mr. E. L. Samuel, wife and Miss to know Mary Ely returned Friday from a trip In this city, on Sunday, August jo, 1885, to Mr. them up on Bhort notice Main streets, is gradually being buried Duck Kccnon nnd wife, a financially to send them away to Connecticut. nnd give perfect fitting out of sight by the sliding of the earth unable In this city, on Tuesday, September 1SS5, to Mr. is hoped Mrs. Maria Kindred, of Georgia, is I'cn Marshall and wife, a daughter. 1, gnrruents, stylish nnd comWith it at the bottom of a from home to" school, and it upon it. they will tuue advantage of this class visiting her sister, Mrs. O. T. RichardISfl VII In this city, on Tuesday, August 25, 1835. to Mr, hole five or six feet deep, at the edge fortable. Robt. IJ. Franklin and wife, a daught'er Ac.nks to complete their education as far as son, in this city. of a narrow sidewalk, at a point where possilie. Mr. Robert M. Patteson, of SpringFOR SALE OR a coal oil lamp gives about as much field, Illinois, is visiting relatives in dip for a short time light as a tallow At the Catholic Church, in this city, on Wencsday Win. Woodward, a negro convict this city and county. I.. Young, and then goes out altogether, the sent to the Penitentiary from Warren FRAMK HOITSR. WITH .. Miss Mary Browder returned Wed- morning, Sept. a, 1S85. by Rrv. Father Maniilbhii. A roomsin it. in cood rctinir. Inr.iii) nn nn.ih probabilities are very strong that some county, two years ago, was sent up to nesday from a visit of several weeks to Mr. Jaoils u'Uunnei.l and Miss Lena in At thp residence of the bride s father, this city, Gl.iir street, is orTered for sale or rent. For terms unwary pedestrian will meet with a one of the convict camps in the Moun- relatives in Louisville. on Tuesday evening, Sept. 1st, 1885, by Rev. George apply to hS. E. OKA MAM. July 24.4m at If. R. Williams' grocery. Mr. LuciaN F. V llia.us and Miss Al.ICK serious accident there some dark night tains, and made his eseajie during the Misses Lena and Rose Stewart left Darsie, M. Norwood. and the city have a damage suit in cold weather of last winter, laid out at Wednesday afternoon to visit friends TO THE PUBLIC ! at Anchorage. consequence. night and had his feet' so badly frozen Mrs. Mary J. Gaines, of this county, I dc"e to call the attention of housekeepers and they had to be amputated. His s the public rry fine The ice houo of Mr. John C. Fra.ier, that was out several months ago, when left yesterday morning to visit TAKEN UP AS A STRAY 11Y t A. B.ot BRANCH, fruits and generally to which I assortment of fresh living a$ miles Frankfort, vegetables, keep term in New Castle. one red roam cow, nboutS years old, left horn slipped hand and sell at Mila'n profit, for cash. constantly iton I make near Woodlake, was destroyed by fire a off, valued by the undersigned, a justice of the peace specialty to have fruits and vegetables fresh arrested at the pri(.n gao and was ovcry Mrs. John N. Crutcher, of Belle lor Frankli'i county, at $35.00. Witti ssmyhiudthis day and will not palm ofT anything stale on one morning last week. A little negro he placed in jail hero to a it t i' for Point, lias been dangerously ill this August 28, 1885. J. W. HOHANNAN,. '. F. C. purchasers. I will furnish all articles in my line at boy sent there for ice had gotten hold the lowest market price. Give me a call aiut leccivc making Ins escape. The matt was week, but was better yesterday. kind ,a:id prompt attention and value for your of some parlor matches and was so money. anu c Knott Respectfully, Cuff Retainer For Ladies. Master Graham Iloblixcl, of Madidelighted with the popping noise they brought before Gov. a pardon and Jan. 18, tf. H.J. HYDE son, Indiana, is visiting the family of was amus-In- jj Tuesday he issued him made when ignited that he Bowling Mr. Wm. Todd, in South Frankfort. GEORGE WOLF CO.. FOURTH sent to his old home in MESSRS. himself lighting them,. when he streets, and August Rees, 235 SA-LIfl- . Miss Minnie Terhune, of Louisville, Fourth avenue, manufacturing jewelers, Louisville, cover- Green Wednesday. dropped one in the straw wluch A Ky., have arranged who has been Visiting friends in this of hrankfort, Ky,, with MRS. her L. FRANKLIN, to furnish patent Cuff Reed the ice, and it flashed up likeso much city, returned home yesterdajj tainer to ladies in and visitinc the citv. Courier Wheat Show. . SMALL FARM'OF 108 ACRES, COMFORT-abl- v Journal. powder and tlu wholo interior of the improved, mirth nf nrU Miss by Com- visitingCarrie Lemon, who has been Messrs. George W, Gaylc, corner Main and Ann iMkhorn, trankliii two miles Kentucky.the Mos'l of The wheat show advertised couuty. in building was in flames in an instant. friends in this city, returned streets, and, W. H. George, 208 St. Clair street, have sixteen acres fresh tqbacco Mid A very' devicinity, which was missioner of Agriculture, Col. John F. to her homo in Georgetown Saturday. made (lie same arrangement. sirable little farm. Address, for particulars, The grass in the WASH. CRUTCHER. Aug.8-im- . very dry, took fire and burnt for a Davis, came oft' Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Dora Ferguson left on yesterJett, Kv. EXECUTOR'S SALE. considerable distance around, and had and was quite a success, a number of day for New York City to purchase present. There were her fall and winter stock of millinery. it not been that the wind was farmers being THE ESTATE EXECUTORS direction, the forty samples exhibited and all were Mr. Chas. L. McKee has gone to jtA SDudlev, deceased OF We flVr for stle OF A W, STROOSE & NEWMAN ! blowing in an opposite the house Ilroidwav, near Washington street, 1101 dwelling house, which is one of the very fine. Messrs. L. F. Compton, Lock No. o to accept the position of and lot nu by Mai. Alex. Grant. occupied PRACTICALGeo. C. time keeper for tho contractors erecting I G. DUDLEY, handsomest frame residences in that Jas.N. Miles, S.C. Bull and W. T DUDLEY. the new dam. judges, and made the A. T. DUDLEY, section, would have been destroyed Shaw acted as JCx'rt, Aug. Mrs. W. L Hammond and daughter, following awards: also. Miss Fanny, of Smithfield, are visitBest sample of white wjieat No. 1, AND ing Mr. A. B. Hammond in Belle of premium $15 Jeff. Lewis, of Franklin Point. correspondent The Frankfort SANITARY ENGINEERS, the Louisville Times, writing under county. Second best, premium 10 Judge Thos. H. Hines and family Frankfort, at 2, 18So, tells his C W. McQueen, of Franklin county. returned to the city Thursday from "'JCliirts'-sevent- li date of September yenr begins fcSept. Are located in streets., l'nrtie.s the cprner nf Main anil High desiring work lWt-i- . A, Murphy, the Four samples shown. spending the past two months near 7th, paper that Capt. D. in ihcir line will be henefitei. by calling on Best sample of Rod Wheat, No. 1, Mobile, Alabama. MARY T. RUNYAN, of our Public Mrs. present Superintendent them before having it done, as they are pracPrin tical men and give all work their own Miss Maud Wayts returned home Aug. Building, "knows nothing of the premium $15 W. H. Sleadd, of ShelNo charge for estimates. attention. by county. Second best, premium $10 Vonday from a week's visit to Emi- buiIdingbusinc.ss,"butthat"Mr.Henry May T. W. Clark, of Shelby county. nenee, iroin wnere sno was uttcnuing DUDLEY Olmsted, his clerk, is an architect and the Shelby ville Fair. o samples shown does the work for him." It is true Twenty-twTJ S B- Best sample of Bed Wheat, "long Mr. Chas E. Wilson, of Versailles, 1M1E NINETEENTH Mr. Olmsted is an amateur archiSES- that newly appointed U. S. Gauger, went 1 7, tect, having studied architecture for berry," premium $15 R. II. Hoskins, on duty on Tuesday at the Old Crow r. sion of this school will begin September of 1885. Uni' jtl,01TURNER, Principal, raduateURANE, Second best, premium versiiy Virginia, assistm ny l'AUl S. twelve months in Cincinnati. But of Louisville. and J. S. Taylor distilleries. July gr. duatu of Harvard. , county. Mr. Olmsted was not appointed clerk $10 A. J. Cogar, of Woodford Capt. J. C. Post, U. S. Engineer In shown. until October 27th, 1884, and, conse- Fourteen samples Kentucky river, came A DESIRABLE GARDEN FARM! FORFollowing is a list of the Exhibitors. charge of the over from Cincinnati and spent several quently, the Frankfort building was White Wlieat Jeir. Lewis and 0 days in this city this week. FOR SALE OR LEASE. more than half completed before he Mr. Olmsted has noth- W. McQueen, Franklin; John Straughi Col. E. C. Went and family returned had seen it. N WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1885, Saturday afternoon from a visit of seving, and has had nothing, to do with and J W. Thomas, Shelby. will offer for sale or lease, to the highest bidder, AND Red Wlieat A. J. Cogar and V. P. eral weeks to friends in Boston, Mass , en the priinisvs, whit is known as the Cap. Wm. S. as they are the plans or specifications, Church place, containing 17 acres, Ijing on the Washington, D. McCauley, Woodford; J. 8.' Coke, and Lewiston, New York, tlicCapitnl wntersol Main Kll.linrn creek, 5 tnilthfi carefully prepared in Misses .Rosa Crittenden and Lizzie Citv. I will put the place up for sale to the highest C, Mr. James C. Bradley, of Frank- Anderson; Louisville Milling Co.; E bidder, :nd if not suld will then put it up to the Davis left Wednesday morning to at2 to bidder for lease of WITHOUT years fort, is the foreman of the building, J. Boss, Shelby, samples; R. F. Rives, tend school at Bellewood Seminary at highest th party. The placethree clear five incumis of to suit Christian; W. H. Sleadd, Shelby; W. Anchorage. failing springs, a good tenebrance, there are 2 never and is a 'practical mechanic and ment house built last year, a'so a good old orchnrd Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. and a linn yuung orclwrd, set out this spring. Only builder; and lie has had immediate K. Woods, Mercer; Geo. F. Sullivan, Mr. Geo. W. Parker, of this county, u quarterof a mile to a good mill, same distance to charge of the plans and of the work- E. W. Ayres, T. X. Sullivan, and. M. returned Tuesday from a visit of sev- Mt. Pleasant llaptist Church. Po.sestion given to rOH HALE I5V will commence nt to suit the purchaser. men on tho building for two years, J). Averill, Franklin; Laf. Crutcher, eral weeks to Mr. J. T. Wigginton in o'clock: all those who The salebuy orle.Te take notice want to for am determined toscll nr lean. Some one will acting always under the authority of Woodford; Richard Waters, 2 samples, Marshall county. Judge Gordon, of Owcnston, lias mlis a bargain Terms made known on day of sale. Superintendent. It would be as and R. II Hoskins, "Louisville; T. W. W. D. HAWES. the THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIBT. Aug. this to take the plans from- Mr. Clark, Peytona, Shelby county; W. N. been in the city as a week looking D, A. I'ktcrs, Auctioneer, unjust candidate for C. Freeman, after his .fences FRAN- - FORT. KENTUCKY. Bradley, the foreman, as it would be Stephens, Croppers; J. Common wealth's Attorney. &:&:&. to take the books from Mr. Olmsted, Lexington; Andrew Muth, Geneva, Capt. Geo. II. Taylor, U. S. StoreIF the clerk. Capt, Murphy says that Henderson county. OF keeper, who has been tilling an assign- A FARMprivate300 ACRES. that NOT DISPOSED Milllime the farm of oi "Long Berry" Red Louisville Mr. Bradley .is tits eijen on the building, rvii;,.u ment in this city for several months, .i. i... at i.'ii:.. sale brf uc1. i S... ti.r. 1. R M is hi ear in the ing Company; E. J. Boss, Shelby; lias resigned and retunif d to his home Railroad, one mile and n half west of Frankfort, will and that Mr. Olmsted be offered at public sale tin Tuesday, September 1. county. Terms made known on day of 1885, on the premises. office, and that the Public Building as A. J. Cogar, Woodford; II. II. Rives, i.i Fleming sale, W, I., I.ULI.INS, S. J. Hawkins, Hardin; Mrs, E, II, Lewis, Misses Mary P., it now stands will ever refute tho silly Christian; Z. T. Collins;, Scott, Woodlake, Franklin; Fanny T, and Bessie Lewis, of this July5, td. Administrators. nothing of John-It- . slander that "he knows returned the building business." Mr. Samuel Jo.'C. Garrott, Long View; R. II. county, two months' Tuesday afternoon visit to relatives Hoskins, Louisville, (5 wimples; Rich- from a pose Mustang Liniment only good llunnafonl, the matchless architect of iii Virginia, Cincinnati and Superintendent of the ard Waters, Louisville. for horses? It is for inflammaW. WATTS SALYERS Itev. Dr. Hubert Christie and family, MACK purchased theAND J. l'ranklort Meat HAVE Col. Davis, tho Commissioner, will U. S. Custom Iloii'so there, has twice tion of all flesh. store of Louisville, who havo been visiting formerly owned by Mr. South made an inspection of tho Public purchase fifty bushels of each of the relatives here, left Wednesday after- ask the patronageofihe Taylor Collins, respectfully citizens of Frankfort. They Buildiwr at Frankfort and both times nremiuni varieties for seed to bo dis- noon for their new homo in St. Paul, will guarantee to furnish the best tho market affords nt the lowest prices, uan anu sec us. reported officially that tho work had trl billed among tho members of the Minnesota, where i)v. Ciinstie has ac- and u SALYERS & WATTS. Aug. z3'im cepted a call to take charge of Legislature. been well done. superin-Wash-ington- The engine for the pumping station of the water works arrived Monday and is being put up as rapidly as possible. The nine has been laid up the river bank at the foot of Ann street and the whole system of pipes is now connected and ready to receive the water which is thought will be pump-P- d - Into them bv the middle of the month attended the of the Bartroupe at the evening. Tho work of putting up the large en cine at the mi m nine station of the Water Company is an exceedingly heavy Job and it will bo several weeks before it is completed. . The. commission of Mr. W. E. Ohio. the city yesterday. Mr.' Henry Craik loft Tuesday for Danville to attend Centre College. Mr L. B. Marshall is very sick at his homo in South Frankfort. Rev. G. F. Bagby left Wednesday for a visit to Crab Orchard Springs. Prof J. T. Gaines, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in this county. Mr. Wm. French and wife attended the Louisville Exposition Tuesday. Master Ollie Waleutt has returned from a visit to relatives in Columbus, LESS.THAN A.OXTJA.L WHOLESALE PRICKS I There novor wns such nn opportunity to got Imrxiins ns wo nro now offering to tho people of Frankfort nnd vicinity. It in useless to (iroto prices, como nnd ceo for yo Kcuiembor these goods will bo sold without reserve. , ur-Bo- lf. KING-OLD- Casper's Old Stand, ntiK.8.tm St Clair St. Frankfort, K!y. church. They were accompanied by Mrs. C's mother, Mrs. John Watson, of this city. Misos Minnio nnd Flora Wigginton, of Verdin, Illinois, who have been visiting the Misses Peterson in thN city, left Wednesday morning om Jmo Hornet for home. Messrs. Harry M. Buckley nnd Hobt. L. Dooley, of the Anderson News office, Lawrenceburg, came down and took in the Minstrels Thursday evening. Mr. Logan McKee, who has been filling tho position of clerk to the resident engineer at Lock No. f, for several months, has been transferred to the Engineer's office in this city to fill tho vacancy occasioned by. the resignation of Mr. A. S. Browinski. VIITIIHU! V. BERBERICH new-styl- es d.iughtci--AGNK- S. a. t.' REST, TWO-STOR- Y Si-- STRAY NOTICE. south-wes- reja-tive- iu-wa- s He FOR A 1 -- ran mm him! ?7-t- ni. 27-- tf. y Vi iifdi-vidu- al JMSTITUTE SEMI-ANNUA- L ii-2- 16-i- 'Antifermentine -- !' 0 1 0111 VEGETABLES JOSEPH LeCnMFTE, 1 w 1 1 - fob. 3 you Sup- 3STEW gIBM. Kespe-tlull- y, & v - -- r'l'"1 'r wpi'w1 "T" IT "Tsrr it" p -1 " "pt " "j'wywy nngy r T" "flK$Frn "t"' 3 wuM.!jMimxiat:imAJC-igtJW'"- ' UUUII MHS.T UJHUUIJII o 3 c--f 2 o O Sag CD --S CD LC4J I9fi3 O i P CD r C CD B2 St w rotf "1 CO o a S O sr? o fel en L. J -- Si- GC ft GD CD CD P n- K CD 3 r- " . DO 2 SI CO en rsn CT3 jnj - 5 Q3 5T erf o o CO nr-- CLT3 i ffi2T QpA C0 w C ST CD CD p O irn JMMMK9 PP CO 2 S p. CD a 02 Q CJ"3 3 w I30A11DKI1.3 WANTKI) At No. man's hoarding-housstreet, Frankfort, Ivy. e, o Frcc- - CO GO CO QTI te CTi r.4 at xj.' Riiwia bm w a.m!M xssitmn ROUNDABOUT. MlVJ. FRANKFORT 221 Save money, time and complexion Main by using antlfermentine. Joseph sells it. Le-Comp- TET1 Cassard's patent butter disli at Phil. Mr.' Jus. Heeney returned Thursday Selbert's. TO TRAVELERS. from u visit to the Paris Fair. lie Buy a Kerner pen at L. B. Marshall's. brought homo with him a silver half e The following tin table oftht Loufoville fi Knilroad Company went into tffect Saturday, dollar through the centre of which lie The Kerner Stylographie pen at L. May g. i33s. . Marshall's. saw Dr. Carver sendja bullet, after it TRAINS EAST. Leaves Arrives had been thrown into the air at thirty Sugars for preserving purposes at ro 13 a m to.to am No. i8 p m yards distance. p m f 1. 22 5 2J s.17 lowest prices at J. Heeney's, South-Sid- Particularly 8.15 p in N".. 2 j g 47 p m No. ao 9 45 "P m m A fine bay horse belonging to Mr. TRAINS WEST. No burstcd bottles of canned goods county, attempted Harry Shaw, of this Leave . Arrives. S. 10 .1 in 815pm to jump a picket fence one night last if you use antlfermentine. For sale by No 7 2 00 p m No. 2t Joseph LeCompte, South Side Drug'37 P " 4 Si p m week and fell across the top of it, imNo. 19 4 43 p m gist. R. P. URYAN, Acent. paling himself on the picke's, tearing If you want a good juicy'steak, sweet TWIN-BURNE- R his entrals out, causing death tho next lard It is sulci four weddings are shortly day. Mr. Shaw had been offered 250 hams, bacon or 223 go to Mackoppo- 's store, No Main street, Warranted to be to take place in this city. f!4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. for and refused it. Nash-v.lle. Sal-yer- FBANKFOUT, SEPTEMBER f, 1885. STOVES ! Goal Oil Stoves of various "" Non-Explo- POWER DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF patterns IB AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE GASOLINE STOVE him f. fl w HI'' -- 1 ' h ,. a fine lot of goods and will make you ol-J- it a suit in the latest style. Foti Runt. A frame cottage of four rooms. Apply at John T. Buckley's Mr. Lonny Harrod killed a black tin store. snake on the Stephens place, on the Spring Hill and Lexington Gun Versailles pike, one day last week, The Clubs will shoot another match in that measured six feet in length, three inches across the head and nearly six Lexington Tuesday. inches around the body. If any of hi 3 All the latest styles in fall and win- Bald Knob friends can beat this now ter suitings have been received by Mr is the time for them to speak out. A. G. Alstrom, and he will make them up in the latest styles for the least Hudson, Humphries & Cassell will money. be glad to have you call and make an ul-Mr. Sam'l R. Smith has purchased inspection of their new goods. from Judge G. W, Craddock a Jot on memthe corner of Third and Shelby streets, Thero will bo a reunion of the bers of the 22d Kentucky Infantry, fifty by one hundred and ninety feet. Gen. D. W Lindsey's old regiment, Mr. John L. Jones has given up his at Ashland, Ky., on the 23d and 24th position as engineer of the Steamer of tins month. As there are yet many Grace Morrjs, and will give his whole survivors of the two companies of that ' time to tho machine shop of Messrs, regiment which wero recruited in this city still living here, quite a delegation Jones broftiers. sflould be sent from this city. All the Messrs. Shanks & Jamerson, the new old members of tlie regiment are urged contractors on the reservoir, are run- to attend and will be warmly welning a night and day force. They have comed by their old comrades in the 17-liknds employed besides 37 drivers Eastern part of the State. All persons of tho teams being used. wishing to attend cm go for half each 3t just received their fall hats. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell have ol-- 2t Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. have street. WATER COOLERS g Farmers having real good butcher -- ANDstuff on hand, which they wish to sell, ff pnFFijTiTin will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl-l-t- Marshall's. Bargains in men's low shoes at L. B. ive ami Superior to any in the Market. Cheap John is selling goods at bankrupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Tin roofing and a specialty. tf jib wcrk Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents' per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bruisf-s- , Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tin: Bkst Salve in the world for TIN LINE neatly and promptly executed. IN THE FRANKFORT, KY. FERGUSON -- & MEEK 4 1 WantJ'U) A competent male teacher to teach a three months' school in the Bethel district, near Peak's Mill. Will pay thirty dollars a month and board. Apply to T. N. Sullivan, Peak's Mill. An excursion train w'll be run from this city to Cincinnati next Sunday. The train will loavo here at 7:00 a. m., and returning leave Cincinnati at 9:00 p. m. Tho fare for the round trip will bo but $1.50. Cure for Piles. are frequently preceded by a Piles sense of weight in tho back, loins and Mil X V Fsl C T V 11 E R S' si G E X T S FOR- lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has .sone effec-tio- n J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and of the kidneys or neighboring orTwine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En gans. At times, symptoms of indigesgines, .Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle tion aro present, flatulency, uneasiness Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disaEagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo greeable itching, after getting warm, Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supeis a common attendant. Blind, Bleedrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider way over tho ruilreadi. Itching Piles yield at onco to ing and Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler the application of Dr. Boanko's Go to .F.Dawson's for cheap Groceries. Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon Works; Columbus Steam the parts effected, absorbing the TuPumps ; Just received a line lot of silverware mors, allaying tho intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko cents. F. Dawson sells 10 lbs. Best C sugar Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by liugnes & uiuies. Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and $1.00 cash. Removing Stump?.. Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogers. All of the above we claim arc the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take F. Dawson sells best Hams 12J cts. H morning. South Frankfort .loo LoOomple can always bo relied Caldwell, tho pastor, has upon, not only to carry in stock Uov. R. E. the returned from a visit to Crab Orchard best of everything, but to secure the n and will occupy pis pulpit botli morn agency for such articles as have merit, and aro popular with ing and evening. tho people, thereby sustaining the tuner and repairer reputation of being always enterprisMr. E. T. Nardin, ing and over reliable. Having securfor tho piano house of D. II. Baldwin ed the agency for the celebrated Dr. & Co., of Louisville, will bo in tho city King's Now Disco vory for Consump-tlowill sell it on a positive guaranon Monday next, the Oth Inst. tee. It All piano owners needing his services affection will surely cure any and every of tho Throat, Lungs, will please leave orders at this olllco Chest, and to show' our confidence, and wo or Buhrfa Hotel. You can telephone invito you to call and get a Trial Bottlo I Freo 1 to either piace. well-known, Carpet chairs at cost at R. Rogers. Mr. "Ed. "L. Meagher, newly appointF. Dawson sells cheap Bacon ,8J cts. has been ased Storekeeper-gaugo- r, Lard 8J cts. signed to tho distillery of Messrs. J & Go to Joe LeCompte's and buy n box J. M. Saifell, and Mr. Jos. Blackburn, ofuntifermentine. Storekeeper, has been sent to the jr., Hermitage. Both gentlemon went on A. G. Alstrom has just received his fall stock of goods. Drop in and select duty Tuesday. your goods for a suit and leave your Communion .services will be held at measure the Southern Presbyterian Church hi An Enterprising. P Wifl IP ' yi--zaK- y pleasure in showing them to parties nt our Warehouse in lrankfort, Ky. JOHN T. BUCKLEY f-- " e DEALER, IN- - Reliable House. THE BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with puro vegetable tonics, quickly and completely l!urea DyHpepnln, fmllgciitloii, Wi'nkiieNM, I iniitirelilood,jHalarla,CbUlttRud Invars, unit Neuraltria. It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Klilnejrn nnd I.lvcr. It is luvulimblo lor Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead bedentnry llcs. It does not Injuro tho teeth, cause lieadache.or prodtico constipation oAt Iron metlMntt do. It enriches and purines tho blood, stimulates tho appetite, aids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Itelehlng, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fovers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. Uf Tho rrenuino hm alxivo trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. kdiral7b BROWN CIIESICAL 10., SiLTiaOEljM. Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron 1 Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Koolmg! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky, OLs . 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, strain of his back, again. Miss is able to be out Proper Treatment for Coughs. - Antioch enrco. Still dry but not &o hot; stock water Mr. Henry Span Ming's child is improving slowly. Cider making is next in order; then comes sorghum. Preaching at Antioch to morrow week by Eld. J. K. P. South. We are sorry to hear that the sweet potato crop is a failure in this neighborhood this year. A rain is now needed to save the grass and turnip.--the other crops being past redemption. Mrs. Clias. Truel has been very sick, and at one time was in a very critical condition, but is now improving. There was music, sweet music, in the air last Sunday night. Some of , remember that next Saturday is the time hot for the meeting of the County Association, and we hope that all the teachers and trustees ot the county will make it their business to be present. All friends of education are cordially invited. Owens'. Mr. Richard Kendall and family, of Winchester, have been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. They returned home last Monday. the trustees of the comWhy do-nmon schools enforce the law in regard to text books. It is their sworn duty to do so and they certainly do not intend to perjure themselves. They should look into the matter. There was a picnic given at Quarry Springs last Saturday where all seemed to enjoy themselves. We noticed several of Frankfort's belles in the crowd We hear there will be another one given at the same place next Saturday. The teachers of the county should our young lady friends were singing at ilr. Bridgeport. That the reader may fully untler- Annie Crockett, of Louisville, stand what constitutes a irood Cough has returned home from a visit to rel- and IjUiid- Svrim. wo will miv tlmr Tiir atives in til's vicinity, accompanied and Wild tlierry is the basis of the cousin, Daisy Parrent. best remedies yet discovered. These Born. August 25, 188"), to Oscar ingredients with several others equally Roberts and wife, a son. Also August as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. 20. 1883, to Wilder Dupuy and wife a Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it one of the most reliable son Horatio Granville. now on the market. Price fit) cents In order that our district schools and $1.(K) Samples free. Sold by " may become more eflicient, we vote to Hughes & Chiles. 2 prohibit country children from attending city schools. CANDIDATES. From what we cap learn the chances for Sfr. C. Wm. Taylor for jailer of FOR ASSESSOR. Franklin county are about asiiattering Wc are authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS as any. Of course each candidate at a candidate for Amcijoi- of Franklin county, subthinks his prospect the brightest. ject to the anion of the Democratic party. We are authorized F CAPITO Revs. E. A. W. Roberts and Tyler as a candidate for A to announce II.county, subject scisor of Franklin E Utterback will each nrcach at Red to the action of he Democratic party. Ridge school house the We are authorized to announce K. former at 11 o'clock a. m., and the lat- O'HARA a a candidate for Arcor JAMES of Friuiklin ter at 9 o'clock p: m. All .are invited county, Mibjecl to the action of the Democratic parto attend. ty. to announce LEWIS HARUOD Next Saturday, September 12, will be We are the most important meeting of any yet a a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subheld by the teachers of this county, ject tn the action of the Democratic party. a- - lHKintm, never before mentioned, FOR COUNTY CLERK. except piivately, will be presented for We are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES action at that time. Let us all be as a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, i) o'clock sharp and help to on hand at move the ball. Trustees especially in- subject to the action of the Democratic party. , We are authorized to announce NAPOLEON B. vited to be present. SMITH as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to Parents should be very careful in the action of the Democratic party. regard to the influence they set before Wc are authorized to announce JOHN S. their children and the company they as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the allow them to keep Not unt'requ' ntly action of the Democratic party. ' is it tho cae that our ears are assailed We are authorized to announce GEORGE St by foul oaths emanating from the lips a a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin of little boys, and all because of a lack GREENCourt, subject to the action of the Demo County of the proper care of fathers and mothers in this matter. If parents would cratic party. be more careful about this matter, the Wc are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN for Clerk of Franklin money now expended for the erection as a candidateaction of the Democratic County Court, subject to the party. of jails, penitentiaries and gallows, might be used in the FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. rearing of structures for the propagaWe are authorized to announce JAS. A. tion ot education and religion in the as a candidate for to the office of earth. ' County Attorney, subject to the action of the DemA day of final reckoning will surely ocratic party. come. Sympathy, when offered in We are authorized to announce I1KN. G. WILseason, is no doubt an excellent thing, LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject but when too late is bift mockery. to the action of the Democratic party. by-he- r - No. 439 Main St., Over Grnteher & CAPITAL ART GALLERY Prop'r, H. Q. MATTEEN, Hall (Holliing House Storks' While FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. 25-- tf. Kentucky Central Railroad. WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS B IAJ TE GRAS8BOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from And all Bilious Complaints Bale LIVER Price as cU. FOB THE CENTRAL KKNTUCICY TO ALL POINTS to take, being purely vegetables no grin-la- g. All Druggists. autlio-izc- d MOT, EAST WEST. AND ' SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1S85. TYP !! 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. IIAJVKIIN FoxjivniiY, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY toTH, 'e . The type on which thl pnpor In printed is from above foundry. Editor Rnt'NnAnniTT. CHAS, ALLISON SMITJH. (" F. C. IIUCHHS. P. EXt'M, o Atlorttry-at'Lai- HAR-RO- D South-Houn- No 6, Ex. Sun . . . . . . . No. 4, Daily. No. 12, Ex. Sun. z 00 3' 32 4 45 5 2c 6 to m m m m p in 5 25 p in 6 10 p m 7 25 p m Lvc Covington.. " Falmouth Arr Pam " Cynlhiani. . alms-house- s, Arr Winchester. " Richmond . " Lancaiter.. " Lexington. Lve Paris . . . . . . 8 10 a m 8 10 p m 9 52 a m 927pm 10 ji a m 10 17 p m 11 35 a m 10 45 p m 12 ti 20 ji m 11 35 a m 10 25 p m 12 29 p m 11 00 p m ijpin p p p p HUGHES & EXUM General Insurant Agents, Office opposite Farmer's Bank. VIO-LET- T Rowland Lvc Richmond . . Arr Uerea Livingston, " . , 100pm 4 S P m 5 io I' " .... Representing 20 Leading American and Foteign Companies. 6 00 p m 2 05 p m 3 30 p ni Oyer $100,000,000 Assets 1 ! . Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses PromptlF y .' Adjusted And Fairly Paid North-Boun- d. No. it. No. 3. No. jan.-i- The turnip prospect is gloomy. Miss Lena Cox is Cabbage in this vicinity is almost a ing in Belle Point. at present sojournfailure. ' Mr. Bowman Stone, of Elkhorn, is The apple and pear yield is very frequently seen on our streets'of late. good. .Mrs. Emma Ware, of Versailles, Owing to the scarcity of trees the spent several days with friends here peach crop is light. this week. fanhdrs have commenced cutThe Miss Laura Noel and her sister, Mrs. ting their tobacco. J. W. Gaines, were the guests of Mrs Tomatoes have been more scarce R. M. Grant this week. this season than usual. Walker Stephens has the contract A literary society will Ve organized for the section of turnpike near E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co. distilleries. in this town, early in the fall. 'Col. "YV. H. Murray, the philanthroC. II. Pafcrerkt, who has been quite pist, Vas in tho village several evensick recently, is able to be out again. ings, this week. The contractors have about finished Miss Pauline Frazier has returned the now school, house at this place. from a long visit to friends in WoodMrs. Georgians Hawkins is visiting ford county. her daughter, Mrs Wm. S. Sargent. Miss Lena Stephens, who has been The Irish potato crop, in consequence quite sick, is now convalescent, and is of the dry season, will be rather light. visiting her sister in the country. Mr. J. W. Daniel is lying quite sick Miss Jennie Zook, of near been visiting her sisters, Pea Ridge, has at his home, ur. Jos. Madams Millthis place. er and Oliver this week. Several ladies and gentlemen, of Mrs. Jacob Cox, who has been on a this vicinity, attended the fair at visit to her parents in the country, has last week. , returned home. Mr. Thos. Freeman, who has been Mr. Silas Noel and daughter, who quite sick for some weeks, still remains have been summering at Northern in a precarious condition. lakes, will return in a week or so. -- .hat business boom we predicted for Jas E. Neet, P. M., of Versailles, our vicinity some time since has ar- and wife were the guests of Mrs. Ann rived. M. Frazier this week. The wheat has about all been threshMiss Linda Triplett, who has been ed out. The yield is about one third makingan extended visit to Scott counof a crop. ty, returned home last week. The vivacious and fascinating Miss A protracted meeting, conducted by Eld. Homer Wilson, is in progress ut Willie Macey, of Woodford, who has been visiting Miss Pauline Frazier, has the .Bridgeport Christian Church. Billy Pierce has in course of erection returned home. . Miss Jennie Y. Hodges, of Elkhorn, a house which ho proposes to occupy spent several days here this week, as soon as completed. visiting the family of Mr. Robert TripMiss Bettie Mc Williams has return- lett. ed home from a visit to friends in The Song Service at Taylorton chapel Shelby county. on Thursday night of eacli week is .Miss Joslo Robinson, of Lagrange, is numerously attended, and is a pleasant spending some time in this section, the place to attend. jjuest of Mias Bottle Wilson. Capt Cage-bHavkins? the hermit Messrs. Kendrie and Jas. Wade of Murray's orchard, assisted bV Dr. made a trip to Louisville the iirst of Murray, have of lato been nightly regaling their many friends with apples, the weeK. pears and sweet cider. Oscar Rohorts has removed his busiand her pretness blacksmithiug from this place ty Mrs. Ellen H. Graham Jacksonville, daughter, Julia, of to Frankfort 111., who have been spending the sumRev. A, C. Caperton, editor Western mer with Mrs. Ann M. Frazier and Recorder, spent a night in our town other friends, left for home Wedlast week, the guest of Mr. J. W. Jen- nesday. kins. Col. J. N. Crutchor, the! last of tho Rev. B. F. Hu'ig"rford will preach Franklin Mohiegans, is still on duty .at Franklin Church next Saturday at here. He days that he was an inoffen2 o'clock p. rriM and on Sunday at 11 sive partisan and that ho was born a Democrat." That makes no difference, n. m., Sept. 12 ond,13. sonny, you'll have to soon tumble to Mr. Clara Garnett, son and daugh- the music "to tho victors belong the ter, of Owen county, are Visiting her spoils:'' " Wo are waiting find watchmother-in-laMrs. Thos. Farmer, in ing for you " ,the Farmdale vicinity. Charlie Jenkins and wife were' at Attention, Albert G-- Bacon Post. iBagdad Jast Saturday and Sunday, the of There guests of Mr. D. v. Vannatta and the Postwill be a special meeting7th. Monday evening, Sept. .family. A full attendance is requested. Mr. F. M. Scofleld, who was'di R. B. Taylor, D. w. Lindsey, Commander, .abled for several days recently by a Adf't. , -- Taylorton. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce LAZARUS P. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce THOMAS HUNTER as a indidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. FOR Arr kichmond. Lvc Kowlanu Lve Livingston " Berea . , . , , 800am 10 22 a m it 45 a m 11 00 0 00 7 00 8 03 7 25 Choice ALL Coal Cheap, " Lancaster Arr Kichmond. Lve Richmond . . , Arr Winchester " Paiis. . . Lve Le.ineton. Arr Covingtou. a m . , " Pa is. . . . " Cynthiana " Falmouth . . , . 815am 8 50 a m 953am a m 11 30 a m a m a in 8 05 a m a m 1 25 p m 2 25 p m iB u m 2 30 p m 3 23 p m 3 49 p m 4 41 p m 6 00 p m 7 15 a. in KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use: Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 36. 2 30 p ni 3 33 P m 4 13 p m 5 18 p m 6 55 pm GEO. Dec.8-- f B. MACKIST, FRANKFORT, KY. JAILER. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- We are authorized to announce R. STONE as a candt late for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic pfrty. We are authorized to announce JAMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic par- Chesapeake 0,.is, Daily, Ex. Sun, 7.25 a m 8 20 a m 8.45 a in 9.03 a m 9 49 a m 10 30 a m ni FUR THE Ohio Sailmy, & NEW YOOK. (- KENTUCKY'S Ex. Sun. ROUTE EAST -' V Dail. WASHIHGTOn PHILADELPHIA. ty. Pal-rent'- Shel-byvill- o SAFFELL'S NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Covington ; other trains are 00ME0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITB daily except Sunday, FAST. TKALNSrOE Train No. 1 tuns via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester and Paris. Direct connections are made at Winchester with Chcstpeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterlihj;, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities TIIK DIKECT ROUTE TO I ast Line. os. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. DAN. SHEEHAN. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Wo arc authorized to announce JAMES D. Ciu'cinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Danville, Norfolk, .icudiUate for Jailer of Franklin county, Washington, D. C. MOJRK subject to .he action of the Democratic patty. AND ALL and Baggage Checked to any 'Ihrough 'tickets We are an horized to announce NOAH GOINS as destination reached by a railn ad. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, the action of the Democratic party. Trav. Pass'r Act.. Div. Pass'rAet.. Covington. Ky. Lexington, Ny. For tloketn unn further information, apply to K. W. FULLER, C. W.SMITH, your nearest 'ticket office, or aililris, Gen'l Pass' Agent, Cen'l Manager. ' GARDEN FARM W..J.BEBG, W.E. AR2COLD, Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt -- AND225 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky E" C. V. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, ZE3--- We are authorized to announce THOS. E. DAI-LE- Y as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Democraticparty. Wc are authorized to arinounce HENRY MITCHELL a a candidate Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a candidate for Jailer cf Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HIRAM SMOOT as a candidate for Jailer of Fr.nnnlin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We rfre authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer eff Franklin county, subject io 'lie action of the Democratic t, . y. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candiil.itt for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. I hereby announce myjelf a candidate for to the office of Jailer uf Franklin county, sit ject to the action of the Democratic party. Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . . . Lve. Pri-- . Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . . 300pm 4 35Pm 525pm 5 51 fr Arr. Arr. Johnson . . Maysvillc, . South-Boun- 6.13 p m 7,05 p m 7 50 p in " ONLY LI - RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS ( FOR Daily. Ex. Sun a m 6 30 a m n in 7.31 7 43 a m 8 10 a m 9,10 a 111 11.30 a m 5 45 Daily, Ex Sun, A SOLID TRAIN FROM N Lve. Maysville . Lve Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington, . Arr. Covington . 3.50P 6.oop 3:9pm m m i.oop t.42p m n. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, 3.15pm 6. top in Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. -- WASHINGTON CITY, NEW "2"OB,K. ill 8 'ti fj Lynchburg, 3D 1 I THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Planis of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the Orders may be left at the Post Office, g ven to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the SarTell residence, ana will receive prompt attention. C. W. tjAFFELL. mayo-tf- , RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would res ectfullv inform ihn TO THIS citirens of (rankfort and icinity th.it I have opened a Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. firtt class LOWEST PRICES! WM. CROMWELL JEWKURTSr STORE 7 208 ST. CLA.IJI STREET Where I will keep constantly on TUTTS 2 hand a full line o' PILLS ( Attorney-at-Law- , Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will give satisfactory reference', n. to responsibility. REPAIRING of all kinds neatl and promptly executed, Give mc a call. ap.23.tf II. GEORGE, YKAK8 IN USE. u AND Ik OrtiUrt Kadlctl Triumph of tbi Age I SYMPTOMS OF A Loiaof aspetltot Uowalscpattv, P1h la with a 4alt enrtttoa la taa the back aart. Pala ander tka aaoalder- blade Valletta after eating, with 4la lacllaatlaa t esertlaaof hsdY mrt ilad. Irritability arteaiaer, Lowaafrlta, wltk afaeliacaf haTlavnaglecta aaaae 4at7 VVearlaesa, DlJEzlneaaf Vlatterla at tka llaartt Data kafore tke ayae, Heaaaeka arer tka rlgkt eya, Reitleaaaaaa, wltk fltfal araaaia, Highly calora A Crlaa, aa Haal Estate Agoat, OF IN THE WILL PRA0TI0E adjoining COURTS anil and tho oountles, TORPID LIVER. k4, will alio gl'vo fpct-ia- l attention to (be purchase and tale' of real eatute, collection of rent;, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Qflicc oppobito Court House. AJUW ir. PLAMJNU MILL. June 25-l- y. J. M. waeTefeeld Planing MilJU Havingreoently added tobls Establishment First-Cla- ss W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY w, QRJ MAIN STREET, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds uf GOODS, FRANKFORT, KY &sh, Oobh, Blinds, Frames, ALSO TCTT'S Flixa are especially adaptta to auoh eaaes, one doae affaota auon a ehananoffaallnanatoaatonlahthaaufferer. They Ianraaaa tka AnpaUta.ana aauaa tka body to Take an Fleih.fnuii taa tyttaaf ia TomieAaUam os MaajHakag. arufby CONSTIPATION. tholr. Moldiog GsUT sraBrq ar . (011015, CnOCKE.i 1 EUSSIIflE Icordlally invite you tooallan.. imlne New and Freib fltook of Good. .av m. m Scroll Work, Stair Work I Tunln fUtft or WBIBUM ftlsMffM to ' Gotten May 16-tf. out In the Best Style. 8ep8tf. loki.pfflJ?i?c OfHo( 44 Mumy St., Nw Yfty i '5fr