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IjillKof thirty, luw nir-- . of 212 acres in Shelby will occupy the pulpit at the Christian clinsod a farm ' c unity, near Shclbyvllle, and will Church spring. remove there In the Foil Sam: A No 1 team of horses the same used in drawing sprinkling Dr. E A. Church, formerly of this county, now a- resident of Abilene, cart the past summer. Apply to W Texas, was married Sept. 10th to Miss P. Hudon, jr. Belle Bracken, of San Antonio, Texas. A. G. Font. - Tho Bridgeport school is progre-sim- r finely under the management of Prof. J. B. Lea. s, Mr. Daniel B. Fox, of visiter! friends in this town last Ver-ailie- NEW FIRM. ICBI liJElI T Wed-Msda- y. ' Attention Bacon regular There We are under obligations to Mr. tho Post will be a evening, meeting of Monday Oct 5th. county, for Win, M. Bristow, of this 1). W. Lindsay, Commander. two of the largest sweet potatoes, of It. B. TAvr.oit, Aditifaiit. the Bermuda rod variety. wchavos.een Mr. Will T. Bunyan was so unfortuthis year. nate last week as to break one of the The services at the Baptist Church small bones of his right arm m at" f.r the fall and winter will be as fol- tempting to prevent a cask from falllows: Sunday at 11 a. in., and 7 p. m.; ing, which was being lifted by some hands at the Brewery. Sunday-schoat !) a. m.; Prayer-meetinevening at 7 p. m. Wednesday Mr. Guy Barr tt has pure! a ed fr. m Mr. John Mchgher the news depot The XlouNi)Aiif)U'r oflk-- has always portion of his business and has conbeen to some extent run on the cold solidated it with hisown business Herewafer plan, but in the future it will be daily papers can only be had more so, as we are putting in a Backus after the of Mr. Barrett. Those of our subscribWater Motor with which to run our ers who have been receiving their machinery. papers at the store of Mr. L. B. ' Rev. O. W. Merritf, for several years Marshall will find them at Barrett's. retary and treasurer. pastor of the Meth'nlisl CluiVch in this picnic at South Mr. Charley Mandhler, a popular Tho Sunday-schocity, and afterwards Presiding Elder and well known young man, died Benson last Saturday was a success. in this district, died at his homo at Tuesday morning, at his mother's res- The addresses of Messrs J. B. Lea and Anchorage Saturday morning, Septem- idence on Broadway, after a brief ill- W. J I. Parent reflected credit on the young gentlemen. All present seemed ber 2th, I88.-ness with dropsy of the heart. He to enjoy the occasion hugely. c- was a devoted son, the stay of a widWe are again requested to call atHon. John TT. Crane, Geo. C. Cohen, owed mother, and his last breath was tention to the fact that the ordinance Esq., and Judge F. U Feland, of of the Lord's Supper will be observed resting in her have purchased the Ander- drawn while was a look arms, his at Franklin Church by the Presbyteeyes, in which of deep afson Sows from Mr. J. T. Boswell, and at rian congregation worshiping fixed upon her face fiat place evening at 8 as the Ander- fection, being will publish that great one, and she o'clock. All are invited to attend. Judge Feland Her loss is indeed a son News company lias the sympathy of a large circle of Rev. T. J. Stephenson, pastor, assistwill still have editorial charge of the friends. ed by Rev. T. Warn Beagle, of Jessapaper. m m i mine county, will commence a m.i The foot ways of the St. Clair street protracted meeting at South Reason From August 11th until September bridge are so very narow that it is Church the second Sunday in this 9th there was not a single interment exceedingly inconvenient to pas per- month, in the evening at 7 o'clock, in the Cemetery at this place a longer sons comiii'jf from the opposite direc- Oct. 11, 18S5. All are invited to attend. interval between burials there than tion in them. It seems to us that the A Clear Mead and a Strong has been known for years. But from law of keeping to the right could be Heart. the 5)th of September up to the present .enforced by placing turnstiles at the If you muddle your brains with any time there have been sixteen inter-ment- entrances so that pedestrians going to of the whisky compounds which are "bittei," and the south side of the river would be sold under the name of for which topers delight in stimulants, compelled to take the west foot way you do your system irreparable misMr. John Meagher has bought out coming to tho north side the chief, ibrown's Iron Bitters is not one Mr. L. B Marshall and has returned to and those east way. This could be done at small of these. It promotes healthy action bis old business at the old stand Mr. would render walking on of the heart, liver, and stomach. It Marshall's health having failed him expense and cleanses and enriches the blood, and bridge much more pleasant. fits the brain for the best mental work was the cause of his disposing of the the The best physicians prescribe it, and Mr. Mike J. Meagher will business. First appearance in Frankfort of it is well worthy of a trial by all. b? interested with his brother in the Jules Gran's great opera company 10 business artists in two of the greatest operas Wild Cherry and Tar. . ever written. Tuesday, October (ith, Everybody knows the virtues of Judgo Iteuben Brown is announced for the 'first time in Frankfort, the Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and in another column as a candidate for Queen's Lace Handkerchief, which cure for any effect ions of the Throat Canity Judge. Having filled the po- ran 500 nights in Loudon, M." nights and Lungs, combined with these insition for one term very acceptably, in New York, 150 nights in Chicago, gredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. he is well known to the people of the and over 500 nights by this company. Uosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup county, is a good business man and The costuming of this opera is ah ne making it just the article you should s officer if again have the hou-- e for will make a worth the price of admission. Also always Croupin and Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds, Price elected. three Prima Donnas will appear in 50 cents and !S LOO Samples free. Sold :5 this opera, and the whole strength of by Hughes and Chiles. The increasing b;ir.ine.is of the enter- the company. On Wednesday, Octoprising firm of Wietzel A-- O'Bonnell ber 7th, the original production of lis necessitated tin ei.lirgement of Mikado, as produced at the Savoy NEW PLANINti MILL. their establishment, and the room has Theater, London, and Fifth Avenue been ext'iided back some fifteen or and Standard Theaters, New York, twenty feet. Tbee young men are where tho above opera is playing to busine.--s men, and wo standing room only, together with the Havingrcccntly a (Id oil' to his I'stnliltahmcnt live, First-Clas- s predict that their trade will, demand real costumes, which wero imported Finning Mill, a still larger room before, many years. by Mr. Gran himself from Japan. The Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of original Mikado has never been seen Little Jimmie Gregory, a three-yea-r in Frankfort in tho stylo and manner, son of Mr. H. Clay Gregory, got a fall as performed by this company, together Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frgfnes, Molding last May and broke hi. arm. On Mon- with a strong chorus and superb orciu ba -- ol g, e in Graefensburg. Misses Amelia and Georgie Sargent have been visiting friends and relativ. s in Owen county during the pant two or three weeks. "Rev. James Trvin, of the Island of New Zcland, will preach at Bridgeport at 11 a Christian Church m., and will lecture on his far away home at night. Since the commencement of these items copious showers have fallen, r freshing tho parched earth and giving us water in abundance. It is very strange indeed that there are persons in this age of advancement so blinded as to believe that tho greater number of hours children are kept at school the more they learn organized at The Sunday-schoBridgeport Church last Sunday by the selection of Prof J. B, Lea, superintendent, J. B. Russell, aistant superintendent, and M isd Lillie Biissoll, sec-ol ol returned home from a visit to relatives Misses Kate and Alma Scofleld have TACK SALVERS AND'J. W. WATTS HAVE 1 citiz of Frankfort that mv w.icon is now rnr- I intr ntirvliinecl the South rVnnLlori Meat more nini; regularly every morning, and I am delivering formerly owned In' .Mr. Taylor Collin, respectfully citizen of Frankfort. They ak the pitronan'-o- f will guarantee to furnih thf the market afl'ordsi and at the lowest price. Call and ce us. customer, ;n ai D,rt, of .1- .- citv. Or.Ier Kepc fully, solicited and promptly attended to mar SALYERS ft WATTS. R. H. NICOL. Au;, i WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE lt bt 1 .... JPLTlfcE BENSON ICE 33-:- CRUTCHER & STARKS! CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, FURNISHING GOODS Ill of $20 and over, H $ MERCHANT TAILORING unpur-purchase AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN. A PREMIUM TO GASH BUYERS! With every purchase of $12 and der $20 we give 1. THE Clock, and with every VICTOR! A splendid THE PRESTON! Law-rencebur- g, r - A handsomer Clock, and an ornament to any house, and both good time Remember, none but the keepers. CASH BUYERS get the Clock. We have a few Waterbury Watches left, which we will continue to give with a purchase of $15 and over for cash. Our stock was never so large, and the prices we name wil' paralyze all competitors. s. 'WHITE HALL, OPPOSITE 0ITY HALL. SX7"E .22S- .1 READ Y FOR YO UI OUR FALL STOCK 1$ ARRIVING We can show you the nicest stock of piece goods that was ever shown in town. f- - first-clas- HDDSOS. HUMPHRIES SOS UUCA-Us- T kC J.M. WAKEFIELD go-ahea- d pt errn un Wholesale and Retail Dealer STREET. q IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. IN ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS Clover, Timothy, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, R Top, Hungarian, Millet, Seed Grain, &c. Always in the market to buy and sell anything in our li:i Correspondence solicited. Telephone Connection. day, while playing about on the pavement In front of Mr. Jas. M. Todd's residence, ho fell again and broke the same arm in the same place. The lit:le fellow has been vjry unfortunate but is doing as well as possible. Notwithstanding tho great expense attending this world famous company, the management hasadopted popular prices, 75, 50, and 25 cents. tra ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5.tf. & Turnln Gotten out in tho Best Style. Bridgeport ' The repairs of dam No. Very dry. were comWater scarce. pleted Wednesday, the pool is now Mast in abundance. being fllle 1 and navigation will be rePumpkin pies are ripe. r as soon as there is suffsumed to No. Work on the pike progresses finely. icient water, which will likely be tho Tho farmers are about through cutcase in n few days. The dam has been very thoroughly repaired on the upper ting tobacco. Very few persons slope, with entirely now timbor and a from this vicinity. attended the circus double course ofslope and pile sheeting. Bernlce Jenkins has been quite sick The dam will bo backed as soon ns tho for a week or two. Uredgo can get hero from No. 5 with Mr. J. H. Baily has been spending some time in Louisville. gravel, &c. Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. Sept, i9-6- P. CARROLL,Street, W. Main and , jy 79 Lexington, Ky. ' '4 "" IT4$; ffBffrrzrffi t Jllll.rWJftlflBW '1 CW'PlM 'tH' " J'J' ' '' ' ' -i V" Tr np -- t' 'f 'vi pjFJFf'wr7 Jt"ww,iriT wi """Tiwf I 3.' witamn mjmmw affHi ';'??-?-"- r " Hum fciupw.jjiuwfajuaxaanwi'jifi.awjafaugnai FRANKFORT Kntercd ROUNDABOUT, at F.rankfnrt, Kentucky mailable matter. en athc as second post-ofli- cc (.his Jz To the Citizens Cf -i- - JEu JD . GEORGE A. LEWIS. 3d.lt-- r and IFiatalislier. .". 188fi. FIIANKFOKT, 0CT01HJR The spcclaf postal delivery law wont Into elleet Thursday and Mnj. W. T. Flynn was the first of our eitizens to "receive a letter delivered under the iiew regulations by carrier. The President of Eminence College has been exceedingly fortunate in securing the services o.f Prof. Fueo, the celebrated Italian vocal teacher, under whose instruction Mrs. Fredenheimer, the sweet singer of Louisville, attained such perfection. He will vi-- it the Col lej;e on Wednesday of each week, for the purpose of giving instruction, and any of our citizens desiring to take lessons from him there can do so at much less than the regular price. AVe had the pleasure last week of hearing Miss Williams, a young lady of Louisville, who had had no previous train-i- n only been under his tr, and lm instruction for six months, and she is already a splendid singer, excelling some of the .leading opera singer.-- that have appeared in tliis city, and gives promise of becoming a noted vocalist in the near future. If so great progress can be made in a short time under Prof. Fusco's training no one with an ordinarily good voice which they wi-- h to improve, should fail to take advantage, of this opportunity to place themselves under the instruction of such an excellent teacher. . We have just purchased the entire stock of goods of Mr. L. B. Marshall, who has conducted business in the line of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, School Books and Stationery, at; 306 Main street, for the past 15 years, and will in future continue the business at his old stand, where we will be pleased to see all his old friends and many new ones. The business will be conducted by John Meagher, late of the firm of Marshall & Meagher, and Michael J. Meagher, who was a clerk with Messrs. Marshall & Meagher for several years, and late of the firm of Hudson & Meagher, merchant tailors, and the style of the firm will be Meagher Bros. We will keep a full stock of such goods as have been found in the house heretofore, and ask a liberal share of your patronage. We prices, and all propose to Sell goods at goods will be what we represent them. JOHN MEAGHER, rock-bottom of Frankfort and Franklin County: OCT. l, 1885. M. J. MEAGHER. On Thursday of last week, Messrs. J. B. Webber, A. Miles, A. V. Scofield Mr. Richard Knott and daughters, and J. B. Turner, four young men The election of Directors of the CemFOR SALE OR RE1NT. ffi 11 2 BROW5, Bagdad, Shelby county, came to etery Company will take place on Misses Mattieand Annie, of Louisville, from who have been vHting relatives here, this city to attend the circus and re- Tuesday next, the (ith inst., at the store returned home Wednesday. FRAME HOUSE, ti A rooms in it, in good repair, located on WITH St. n6rth mained until after the performance at of Messrs. R. K. McClure & Bro., beMr Will. Parker, who has been reClair street, is offered for sale or rent. For terms night, expecting to return home on tween the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock siding in Paris for the past year, visited apply to Jfii) Ji. UKAMAJI, July at 11. R. Williams' grocery. the freight train that leaves this city in the morning. The present board his father's family in this city this about 11 o'clock, but failing to catch of directors is composed of the follow week, returning home yesterday. -- TT S B- that train obtained permission to go as lowing gentlemen: Messrs. E. L. SamMisses Kate Shannon, Laura Hollen- Nugent, of Lexington, far as Bagdad on the circus train. uel, D. W. Lindsey, W. H. Waggener. camp. Shortly after leaving this city, one of W. T. Beading, W. J. Chinn, Jas. M. and Misses Doyle ami Welch, of Paris, attended the employes of the circus came into Todd, and S. C. Bull, and so far as evening. the hop in this city Thursday -- FORt he car where they were and collected we know they are the only candiMiss Sallie.Grant Baldwin, of West the fare, 40 cents, from each of tliem, dates for the positions. They have --" -T- HE and in paying it several of the young managed the affairs of the company Virginia, na cousin of General Grant, II iUil will make visit to her cousin, John men displayed considerable money, in u very satisfactory manner, and the L. Scott, at Edgewood, about the 120th BEST TONIC. -- AKDand a few minutes after seven men Cemetery is now in a better condition of October. This medicine, combining Iron with pure Tegetftble tonics, quickly and completely entered the car, and with pistols level- than for years. Mr. J. T Boswell, of Lawrenceburg, Cures Dyapcpcla, Indigestion, Weakness. ed at their heads forced the young ImnureUlood, Mai ariaiC'htlls and Ferrers, late editor and proprietor of the Anunit Neuralgia. Personal. derson News, was in the city WednesWITHOUT men to throw up their hands while It la an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Kidneys and Liver. day Ho wont on duty Thursday as a pockets were rilled of all their their It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Mrs. IT. II. Watson left Tuesday for u. . uauger, to wmen positon ne was Heat, Expense, or Annoyance. ' money, watches and valuables. The Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. Louisville to visit friends. recently apnointed by Collector Cox, of It does not injtiro the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation olhn- Iron medicines do. scoundrels then made the young men KOU SALIC 11 V Mr??. II. II. Kavanaugh left yesterday the Sixth District. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates walk out on the rear platform and for a visit to friends in Louisville. the uppctlte, nids tho assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn nnd Iltlchlng, and strengthMOWN. jump oh' while the train va running Mr. B. A. Waller, of Chicago, Illiens the musries and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of September 29th i83s, to In this rhy. on Tuesdiy. at the rate of 20 miles an hour. The nois, is visiting friends in this city. Energy, &c., it has no equal. THE SOUTH SIDE BRUGGIST. mid wifj, Mr H. Cay sin Newman: y- - The frontline has above trndo mark and iirst jumped off in the cut jut beyond pounds. Mr. Ed. Bull, son of Mr. S. C .Bull, is weisht 10city, crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. KENTUCKY. mi Saturday, Benson Station, the next just after the attending Centre College, at Danville. In this P. Williams and September 26th, 1885, to 4t Mljbjr MMWN I JIKBKUI. rO 11I.TIMRI, MV. wifs.a son. Mr.Jee train had crossed the bridge near North , Mrs. V. Berberich and daughter In Kansas Citv. Mo., to Mr H H. Craig, jr., and wife, nee Miss Nellie Morgan, of this comity, on SepBenson Church, thethird a little further have returned from a visit to relatives tember tEth, 1885. a son. on, and the fourth just at Hatton, and in in Ohio. STORY FRAME In Ilclle Point on Fridiy, October 2, :83s, to Mr. of Second and Steele streets, A TWO the cornercmt.iiningDWELLING JJOUSE on McCoy, of Louisville, is Robert Lewis, jr., and wife, a daughter. Mrs. the fall he struck the end of the phit-lorseven rooms, with outh Frankfort, visiting her daughter, Mcs. II. G. Mat- kitchen and servants room at ached, all in good reT OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM OF FIFTY-tcofleld's right ankle was inll supplied with gas and water. Possespair, anJ five acres, Uins on the llridgeport and Farmdalc MAimiKD, sion given Oct. 15th, 1885. F r ternn. nnnlv to jured, Turner's no-- o was broken iJiIe.V tern, South Side. pike, at a bargain, if not disposed of privately W. C. HERNDON, Frid.iy. October 23, 1885, will offer the place Cooper, of Shelby In thisritv. nn Mnndav, September z8, i8Ss b' Mis. Wickliffe right thigh was injured, and both of county, is visiting 33 Main Street. t public sale, on the premises, on that day. The . Rev, u. r. isagny, Mr. her sister, Mrs Adams, ot rarm is principally "W ebber's knees were dislocated. Turand Miss Matilda Kuaton, of this ccmlnriable, with a in crass, tbu improvements are frd T. Beading, in this city. well at .the door of courty. the dwelling There is a good orchard of young ner, being the least injured was able to Mrs. M. J. Levis returned Wedncs trees 011 the place. Terms made known on applicaAt the Christian Church in Frankfort, on Wednes a ocure assistance for his companions day afternoon from a two weeks' visit day cvenitiL'. Sept 30th, 1885, by Rev. Geo Darsir. tion to me, or hi day of rale, td THOS. RODOF.RS Vi'.vr and Miss Nancy Wakfiki.u, both Mr A and succeeded in getting them home. to relatives, in Louisville. Chimney Swucp & Stove Clpmiwr, of this city. He went to Louisville the next day Miss Bena Marston. of Versailles, HIS SERVICES TO Till: CITIZENS if I rankfort, guaranteeing gold work and low and .secured the arrest of Win. Carroll, who has been visiting relatives here, ricos. Bichard White, John Murtln, Paul will return home this afternoon. I.eai c orders at Jesse Hocker s grocery, corner of HE! NO Clinton and Lew is fcits OF WAYTS .NicQuad, Jacob Boyd, and (Jeorge RESIOEXCE ON HIGH STREET NEX'I Mkses Henrietta and Dasie Black- THE FIRM W I.. Wayts &.KIKK will 1 dis.nlvcd. rnutinuebusMY to Govern n' Ma'iMon. 'The Miller) six of the robbers, and they burn, of Woodford county, spent sev- i'ies in the shop on Conway street. South Side, wlirr High street, ruiiniiig back zoo feet t lot fronts 01, pavtd Mlej. lie ivprep.ired ti do all kinds of' arpentcr's work, jnli carri.ige is stable r"oni were brought to this city Saturday eral days thh week with friends in this .....! a rn.illkllnhimWill ale furnish estimates on Therefor two cirriaje-- , tur twoa hllres, andcom crib with rojm rat pro f Give a call buildings city. and macademizcil stable bit The him-consit if afternoon and lodged in jail. On .MoOct, Urton and Mrs. James frame nf eight rooms, besides Kitchen Mrs. Nel-o- n a nday (Jeorge Parent, the neventh, and cellar, nil in order The garden is and perfectly dry Urton, of Jeiferson county, have been in :i high state of ''ultivation, iii, a varictyof thr wdd to be the leader of the gang, was visiling Mrs. John L. Jones the past finest grapi s in full bearing. 1'iic- - $3 500 Mv reason lor wanting to sell is tint my business calls me arrested in Lafayette, Indiana, and a week. Apply un premises, or 10 Mr Fruik elsewhere. . Miss Annie Crutchef has been very Chii I DKSIRK by the Governor was TO J. Ji. THARP. requisition TO ILL HEALTH Just received my fall stock, nnd propcxe to 340 acres lyinsj on ill for the past week, at the residence OWING farm of s from I'r.mkfirt, the a Glens Kent to that place for him, and he was pood to Creek pike, tluee mil-her father in Belle Point, with ma- - tenant. The land is firM class fur either tolnccn or J.EAD IN STYLES AND PRICES. brou ,1 i , i.;. ,.;- - i..4iiiuv in. f "hh.r ." .' v R K. WOODSON. grain. .m,i lover. Oct. SALE. The of Police Whalen, of Louisville Mi-sI'nttio nml Minnie Williams Ladies, call and sec for yourselves. Ihvtf six were brought beloro Judges It. left Thursday for a month'- - vWt to MRS. DORA FERGUSON. FARM CONTAINING ic6 ACRES, Willi Louisville and New Alba- A. Thomson and It. JC. Gaines Monday lvlative-i- n dwelling A good offered torand alln oihr neressary improve-is Sept. , n.v la hirg.iiu. Tlie lil.ice sale ment!.. Is morning, ;ui(l on motion of their attor-located 011 tlie couniy line between I'r.uiklin and OiF1 Win. Cromwell and L. ' .Mr. M. 11. Wayts, ol tin-- city, wasnwys, Me.-s-r tt twomilcsfroui1nnes'u.illaud2 ii (Jrotind, near Norih Llkborn. 'I here is from .St.uupii g lm:i rcbaru THAN USUAL of fruit titesand a sugar orchrtd of 100 4iree.s on t lie their ea.ses were eontin- -' willed to the .Stanijiinj; Ground on .Sun- I OITPKA LARGER STOCK Grape I Johnson, of fiuit and Ornimeul.il trees. incs, siml pi ice, two. birds of it - well set in grass tia.V loiuiumi im." juui'.iu uj nn uiihiiu For ued until this morning, when three oi ltt tluit plt'e. t urscry f mnd in fruit and every thing particulars apniy on the pmnisr No agents arc employed. A new further estaellsbmeiit. F. M. HUDSON. Sept tjie younjr men, Mes-r- s. Turner, .Mile,, Mm ylvClun, and children, Catalogue it realy fjr diatrjbutii and will be s jut ' to able to et about, mtl(; m lhttlo an(, blaster Kichard, on and Seotield, who are ill F..IIILLEX.MEYER, Lexington, Ky. Oct TO THE will aonear aiiiiiiHt them. Mv. Web left Wednesday for a two weekV ber is still coniined to bed, but we are to relatives in Louisville. STRAY. NOTICE. Mis. Emma Wanton, of Jndiaiiap-oli- , lad to learn will be out hi fore loii,', desire to cll the attention of housekeepers nnd they know all about Mustang Linfine assoitmeiit of frcsl. tlie public generally to i who ha- - been Jndiana, though lie .will be troubled wi(li keen constantly oil and egetabli.s. whn h TAKEN UP AS S'IRAVS.HY O'HARA & fruits and sell at iment. Few do. Not to know is relatives here for several weeks, lelt 1 Graluun, fanners, living three mil's north-ealiaiid suinii profit for cash. I make it a tlie knees. i sli'Mlcs aged specla'ty to have fruits and egctalilcs fresh every for home Tuesday niornin,'. ol lr.uih.fort, in Franklin county, not to have. will not palm off anything stale on Valued by The erime is one of the most dastardJtev. George l)arsie left (l'liurndny about one year, black and white spotted. of Franklin day and purchasers, I will fiiruinh all articles in my line at the uiideisigned, a Justice of tlie Peace ly ever committed in this section, and afternoon for New Cattle, to the lowest market pi ice, Give me a call and receive in county, at 8 each. nlue for 'your kind nnd prompt attention nnd to, i83s. would have been worthy of Cunt. Kidd eonductiii? a )rotraeted meeting: at the Wituets my hand this Sept WVIIOll ANNAN, Respectfully, money. JOHN II.J.UY1).-:F C. Christian Church in that place. Sept. 19.1m. J. . Jan. IS, tf. in his palmi st days. , re TWO-STOR- Y 1 'Antifermentine !' P ?ra7HLKllHS - JOSEPH LeCDMFTE, FORWENT. Or.-gor- .1 Joe FAEM FOR SALE. 1 -- 1 be-lo- re wohi-"uiit- never-failin- g AMOS BAKER, .1 NOTICE. 1 FOR SALE. .1 u NEW two-stor- y FARM FOR RENT. FALL MILLINERY! 11, Attorney-at-Law- - i.iV -.- -'- FARM FOR ea TREES!jXj TREES!! .1 , E-A-X- 335. c r 1 is-ii- n. anpli.-atioi- i vi-si- t rUKLIC! 1 Men Think 1 vi-iti- st ait , 1 i 1 . mssiaiSSsmsaBmMmmmmmssaMkamtKSSss "TTTfrwnf ! in U i T"H'r y "i"f ? "I'r" V "7" vt "'in" " ""V MlwpB"f?V" fT 3 tfm Ktum..vmMi..iuJii'LU. muu o GO 5 b b SI CJQ pmt s S9 M (TD S CO GO - O O 4 CD & W CD GO .as O O pr CD G a C -5 N--; ?T M a CD -- j & h s j s CD Cu S CD 3 o CD a to to CD fi r- -h P "2 . P r CD H0 a mi P m 00 b K SI i .O S en on i 77 K CO to CO -- S C C to CD P P to O P 2 CD CD et CD P o G I ST (B 3 CO to a d I H 00 00 CJI en 1 P8ANKF0RT ROUNDABOUT. A largo lot of colored gas globesclieap Carpet chairs at cos"t at R. Rogers. at Buckley's. Great excitement has been caused in 's 1EALER IN ALL KINDS OF hams, bacon or Jure! go to Mack the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the reTO TRAVELERS. Main street, oppo- markable recovery of Mr. J. E.Corley, store, No fll-t- f. site Dr. JDuvall's residence. who was so helpless he could not turn e table of the Louisville & The following in bed, or raise his head; everybody Kailfoad Company went into effect Saturday, To tlie President of the State said he was dying of consumption. A My9.885. TRAINSEAST. trial Teacher's Association coverybottle of Dr. King's New DisLeaves Arrives was sent him Finding relief, and Teachers of the ro 15 a m "Mo " No. 18 ha bought a large bottle and a box of 7th Congressional m P m P 5 No. as Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the Particularly Goal Oil Stoves of various patterns m District. 8.15 No. 24 Qb 947 P, m 9 45 P m No. so time he had taken two boxes of Pills TRAINS WEST. Having taken up my residence in the and two bottles of the Discovery, ho Leave. Arrives. congressional district, and being was well and had gained in flesh thirty-si- x 8 15 p m sixth 3. jo a in No. 17 AT VARIOUS PRICES, ALSO THE pounds 57 P "I loo p m no longer a citizen of the seventh, I No. at 4 5ipm hereby tender my resignation as vice 4 4 P m No. 19 Trial bottles of this Great Discovery, K. P. DRYAN. Aeent. president. As I retire from the office for Consumption free at Joe. TWIN-BURNEDrug Store, Soutli Side. I desire to express my sincere thanks R GASOLINE need of fruit or orna- to the teachers and officers of the disIfyouarein in trict for the earnest s mental trees for fall planting, the very behalf of the great educational move Mrs. Dora Ferguson, in connection Warranted to be ive and Superior to any you by Mr. 11. in Kentucky. My associations with with her complete stock- of millinery, best can befurnished in the Market. F. Hilloiimoyor, of the Blue Graw the teachers have 'een not only has also a full stock of childrens' goods Nursery, Lexington. Read his card pleasant but profitable, and while I for both boys and girls. WATER COOLERS have tried to be faithful in the dis in another column. charge of my duty as vice president, Gas fixtures, lamp goods and fixtures -- ANDto be held I am gladwordsay that I have never at lowest city prices at Buckley's. Communion services will nor written a lino that uttered a m FlIffiBS I morning at the First Pres- was calculated to wound the feelings Just received a fine lot of silverware preparatory of any one connected with the school at Philip Selberts, the jeweler. byterian Church. The a specialty. services began last night and there interest of the State. Life is too short too precious to be frittered and time Hard Times. will be preaching this morning at 11 away in idleness or.in trying to drag Tin ioo&ng and job wt. ik While money is close, wages and o'clock. down our fellows, brothers and sisters IN THE in the great cause of education. Al prices low, expenses should be cut though my official career ends with down in every household. Economy oJmmt Messrs. W. L. Graham and lui. the watch word for mothers, head off" Choat will open h tobacco hogshead this letter, I hope in no wise to become doctor bills, by always keeping in the neatly and promptly executed. less interested in the work, but will factory in the building on "NVapping serve as faithfully as I can as a private, house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough street formerly occupied by Messrs. and it is my earnest request that you and Luug Syrup. Stons a coujrh in FRANKFORT, KY. to my stantly, relieves Consumption, cures W. R. Watson & Bro. as a spoke fac- give your hearty succcsorin office Mr. H.R Blaisdeli, Croup and pain in the Chest in one tory, in a short time. of Paris, who in every way is worthv night. It is just the remedy for hard of your encouragement and support times. Price SO cents and 1.00. SamMr. Dick White, of Graefensburg, I feel assured he will be as faithful ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. !1 well known in this city, shot himself to your interest, and the interest of the masses, as any last week, inflicting a painful though could be. In conclusionman possibly Farmers having real good butcher wound. While loading to you, teachers of the 7th let mo say stuff' on hand, which they wish to sell, not dangerops be. district, gun the faithful, be dilligent, be earnest, de- will receive the highest market prices one barrel of a double-barrMil X U Fil C T U 11 E U S' AGEXTS FOR by calling on Mack Salyers, 22:1 Main termined to do something for your- street. other went off accidentally fll-t- f. selves and the cause of education in J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and an old colored man Kentucky. Live not for. yourselves Fresh oysters in cans and ' celery Pres. Adams, Twine Bindor; Gciser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless Enalone, but for the good of mankind. Hyde's, from Bald Knob, suffering from heait gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle Wishing the cause prosperity, and constantly on hand at H.J. streets. corner of Broadway and Ann disease, had a severe attack of palpita- all good men and women peace and Machine Works, and Rumlcy Engines and Threshers; m Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo. ' . tion, on the- street Monday morning, happiness, I am most respectfully your Buckley will sell flue pipe and sewer ' fanning humble servant, pipe lower than any other house in the and It required a great deal of Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supe-- , It. It. Hutciirsox, city. and bathing, of his head before he could JJrior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider;, Corinth, Grant Co., Ivy. be brought around'all right again. sept, yist, I880. Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler Cheap John is selling goods at bankm ? Works; Columbus Steam rupt prices, in Odd Follows building. Mrs. Dora Ferguson still leads in Orders have been received from the Pumps ; Treasury Department at Washington styles and prices, and will continuo to Baby buggies at cost at R. Rogeiv to close up the Public Building here as do so during the season. Call and see for yourself. soon as the present contracts are You can buy a number 7 stove at ntna explosive rowcier (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and' appropriation for the erecBuckley's forSo.oO Wood heaters at $;i.if,:?;l.7f) and Kemovmg stump?. building having been exm . tion of the at Buckley's. Square top, No. 7 stove Buoklen's Arnica Salve.' so. The old fore hausted, or nearly at $7.00. Come and see them. above in the the We keep them in stock, and takeman and day watchman were relieved TiiKBiwrSALVKin the world for All of thepleasurewe claim arc thembest parties market.Warehouse in in showing to at our Frankfort, Kv. authority has been Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Thursday, but no Call and get cut prices on everything Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped on in stoves and tinware at Buckley's. veceive to put the new appointees Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all duty. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures . I have rented the store house for- Piles, or no pay required. It is guarof temperance meetings was merly occupied by Mr. Will Runyan, anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or A .series begun at the Court House Wednesday next (lour ro lucuiure liros., wnere 1 money reituuica. iTiee . cents per ovmilner bv Cant, It. S. Chcves, of intend to open on or before the ffrst of box. For sale by Joe LcCompte. DEALER IN- Louisville, and Mr. James M. Dunn, October with a full lino of millinery Cure for Piles. -of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. At the and fancy goods. I will leave in a Pilesare frequently preceded by a e few days Wednesday for New York with Miss eloseof the meeting 'and sense of weight in the buck Lodge of Good Templars was Wallerman, my former head milliner, lower part of the abdomen,loin? causing reorganized. Thursday Capt. Cheves to purchase my fall stock. the patient to suppose has sone effectual of the kidneys or neighboring orMRS. SOI u HARRIS. left for Crittenden, Grant county, and Ware, gans. At time, symptoms of indigesMr. Dunn is continuing the meetings tion are present, ilatulency, uneasiness These are Solid Pacts. alone. They are conducted pretty of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. Special much the same as the Murphy meet-i- n The. best blood purifier and system perspiration, producing a very disaattention paid to ;s of eight years ago, thesamo pledge regulator ever placed within the reach greeable itching, after getting warm, of suffering humanity, truly is Hlectric is a common attendant. Mind, Weedloi hit used and the blue ribbon badge Hitters Inactivity of the Liver, Bil- - ing and Itching Piles yield at once to worn. There were twenty signers to lloustu'ss,.Jaundlce,Constinatlon,Weak the application of Dr. Bosanko's the pledge on Wednesday evening and Kidneys, or any disease ol the urinary Pile IU'iuedy,which actsdirectlv upon twenty-seveon Thursday. The meet- organs, or whoever requires an appe- the mrts effected, absorbing the TuJob Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. each evening tizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will mors, allaying the intense itching, and ings will be continued always act surely and quickly, every effecting a permanent cure. Price ill) for a week or more, and everybody is bottle guaranteed to give entire satis- cents. Address The Br. Hosanko invited 'to attend. They will begin faction or money refunded. Sold at Medicine Co., Piquu, O. Sold by fifty cents a bottle by Joe LeCompto. 1 Hughes Chiles. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. promptly at 7J o'clock. Sal-yer3 c FRANKFORT. OCTOBER 3, 188S. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Excitement in Texas. E POWER STOVES ! Non-Explo- Nash-v.ll- STOVE - H TIN line Wll m' QrW FERGUSON & MEEK, el , com-pletedt- he IiTHOMA ZEaJST I3A.KES. - JOHN T. BUCKLEY, oven-ing.th- S TO V EST Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled -- Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! :ro:Ea::ir n 1 t. btjoch h (l &.& m.1 ,,. - m ..if l.tfu,ifrtiii.AAttin1.ftiJlii mrf2ir"ii "' j'-"--.- 't!. 1 J Jl.llM.,rt 'rTlrV" - ;"T7"Vp,fr"rTr"T' f ""7P"T - - y w ' H WPS fl v ittftfb . FRANKFORT RO'UNDABOUT. 'Antioch. T)rdcr. Sweet potatoes and opos.unis are in Tlioi'o will ho preaching at Antioch at 11 n. in. hv Kid. .Tame Sop-teniher Falls Was there ever such weather in before? The "oldest inhahitant wiycth not." Mr. and Afis. Ifonry Quire, of Loul ville. snout lait week in tlite neighborhood visiting relatives and friends Wo wish to say to "Observer" that the County Teachers' Association invited the State .Superintendent to them some time since on "The Resources of the School Fund," but have received no response. There a valuable niece of property in Belle Point for which it scorns there is no owner, viz: from the terminus of the R - p. O. nikp to the Henson bridge. Now is the main business street of that bountiful lifln nUx .., wish to cfivn the oitv fathers this nut to crack. Tfthat street does not belong to "Helle Point onsrht the citizen on tlie South and East side of that street pay city taxes? The Teachers' Association meets next Saturday and it bids fair to bo the most interesting meetinc vet held. We have assurance ot a larsro crowd on that dav and wo lmpo that the largest portion will bo teachers. Ry the way we irive our vote now for the llridcopnrt meetiiu', and we hope the teachers from otber portions of the county will call tbe Association to their notahborhood. T)on't wait for the rcsriilnr day of mooting. The often-e- r the better. ad-drei- sweet sunny South, where the Trimble-in- g sound of the sweet toned Hell echos its music across the beautiful Dell.". Mrs. Maria Murphy, of Frankfort, is improving her farm liere by building a new houo. It is being built on the foundation of the old limine known, as tbe old Red htone Hall, the home of Marion Grav. Tom Greenup, while hunting last Friday week in Mr. John Noel's woods, let his gun fall and "it was discharged, and ho received a fearful wound in the calf of his leg. Tie suffered a great deal from it, but at pros ent he is doing very well. Editor Jionmlitbout: Tricks on the Tracks ! Dangers from which Engineers Save the Public and Themselves. One who is accustomed to traveling can scarcely realize how much he is dependent for safety upon the engineer. Added to the responsibility of their station, engineers are also in constant danger of accidents caused by tricks of The Railway Review. - A- alt Eetween line Pikes. r Beautiful weather. Cider and ginger cake now. Everything is flourishing since the late rains. Mi.s.. Jennie and Pearle Ilarrod visited Miss Willie B. Peters Thursday night. Miss Jennie Harrod. who has been sick the last few days, is able to be out again. Mr. J. R. Ilarrod, Attorney, is in attendance at Circuit Court at Shelby- -' ville this week. Mr. Charles Wilburn is verv sick with typhoid fuver, and is thought to be m a dangerous condition. Mr. 13. W. Rodgers and daughter, Miss Al'ce, of Tioga, visited the family of .Mr. P- - Mo3hart Saturday and Sunday. Mrs J. R. Ilarrod and Mrs. R. J. Shannon, of Shelby, vKited Mrs W. -- jealous rivals. This rivalry, it is said, sometimes prompts to the doing of utterly mean tricks. A Xickle Plate engineer after his very iirst trip was laid off because lie had "cut out" all the bearings of his engine, lie was reinstated, however, sifter ho had proved that some rival had Jilted his oiling can with emery Another engineer was suspended for burning out the flues of his boiler. Through grief sit the loss of his position he died, and then a conscience-stricken rival confessed that he hadjnit oil in the tank so that it foamed and showed water sit the top gauge, when in reality there was scarcely a quart in the boiler. These intense jealousies2 together with the terrible anxiety incident to their work, has a terribly straining effect on tlie nerve, and statistics tell us that, though Locomotive Engineers may. look strong and vigorous, they are not all a hearty class. Engineer A. S. Hampton, Indianapolis, Jnd., (Div. 143) was one of those apparently hearty men, but he says: "The anxiety, strain and jolting csime near finishing me." His sufferings localized in catarrh of the bladder, but he used Warner's Safe Cure faithfully for twenty weeks and now exclaims, Ex-chief particular candidate any advantage. is best for the candidates to settle the matter before the ides of winter. and thus avoid the discomforts of a winter canvass. It is best for that class of citizens that forsake home, wife and children to do their country's service by electioneering. Again the Legislature will be in session next winter, and it will certainly be no credit to our citizens to be engaged In bartering in an election. Won't tlie various candidates jointly ask the committee to set a day not later than the 15th of December to settle the matter. We admit that complications arose a few years ago that a later primary might have averted- - This was exceptional rather than otherwise, and we likely would never see it repeated in a century. Speak out candidates. What say tlie committee? Won't our best citizens talk the matter up? Respectfully, people is s.ifljk'ient. No good rcaso i for subjecting our,dtizens to the broils and turmoils of a long canvass. It is SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY perfectly fair for all, as it gives no of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of every good citizen. Will the Democratic County Committee do their duty by calling a primary election at an I-- . I early date and settle who shall be the nominees for the various county oHiees for the next term? Time for the candi- No, 139 Main Si., Over Cralcher & Storks' Wliilc Hull ClotliingJloiise dates to present their claims to the One word on a subject that concerns CAPITAL GALLERY! G. MATTEBN, Prop'r, ART FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. It Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. '' Kentucky Central Railroad. Wricht s Indian VeoetablePills FOB Till! Shortest and Quickest route Irom CENTRAL INTI, EAST FAS1- -- KKNTUCY rOlNIi And all Bilious Complaints Bale LIVER FltAIflCJlN FOUNDRY, TO ALL to take, being purely vegetable; no griping, trlooascts. AUDrugKUts. WEST. HI SOUTHWEST. LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. S3s. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH. TYPE Thotypp on which tlilt pipor In printed t.enbovo foundry. r.mton ItmrxrtAnorT. P. C. ItUGHItS. CIIAS. 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. A.LUISON A SMITH. South-Boun- No 6, Ex. bull No. 4, Daily. No. 12, Ex. Sun. 2 00 p m 3 32 p m 4 45 P m from - JOHN (JlTISEN. CANDIDATES. FOR COU.NTV JUDOE. To the Democratic Voters of Franklin County: I am a candidate for the office of County Jtidze, " Lexington. Lvc I'.iris Arr Winchester. " Cynthiani. Arr I'jris . . . . Lvc t.'oviiu'ton.. " Falmouth . .... . " Lancaster,. " Rowland .. Arr Ilerea " Richmond. Richmond and shall be until the close of the polls on primir Le " day. C. Thompson, of Franklin, last r Thurs- gineer, and other prominent members sire also emphatic in its praise. Tlie Ldcombtivc Engineers' Brother- ty. We are authorized to announce LE.WIS HARROD hood has 17,0(10 members and 240 divisions. Its headquarters is in Cleve- as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subland, Ohio, whore Chief Engineer ject to the action of the Democratic party. Arthur for twenty years lias exercised FOR COUNTY CLERK. almost dictatorial sway. It was orWe are authorized to announce G C. HUGHES ganized in August, 1S03, by the em- at a candidate for County Clerk of Franklin county, ployees of the Michigan Central It subject to Hie action of the Democratic p.irty. hiis given nearly two million dollars We announce NAPOLEON 11. are to the widows and orphans xf deceased SMITH asauthor'zid tofjr County Clerk, subject to a candidate members. P the action of the Democratic pjrty. Some seven or eight yesirs ago my right thigh was covered with si skin eruption causing intense itching. In a short time it extended down the entire leg, which became inflamed and finally broke out in small sores between the knee and ankle. Swelling of the limb ensued, and I could nit walk or put my foot to the ground. Tlie pain ran me almost distracted. I tested the medical profos-s'o- n thoroughly, having tried all the syteme. Some of them brought me temporary relief. I paid out hundreds of dollars but found no permanent benefit. The whole poison seemed to concentrate in an ulcer near my ankle, T. S. Ingrsilisim, I of Cleveland, Ohio, assistant Chief en'f sun a well msm." in t88r, I va honored with a vote which, nut of 2,300, fell short of electing me by only about 30 vote. North-HounNo. Grateful beyond expression for that mark of ynur confidence. I ask your aid in my present candidacy. Very respectfully, Lc Livingston . 11 CHAS. F EXHM. Hcrca . , We jre authorized to announce REUBEN Arr Richmond. , BROWN a candidate for Judge of the Franklin Lvc Rowland . Lancaster County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic Arr Richmond. ' partv. Lvc Richmond . 0 00 FOR ASSESSOR. Arr Winchester . 7 00 8 03 Patis . . . We arc authorized to announce W H. HAWKINS Lvc LeMiigton. . 7 3$ as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county, sub 8 15 Pais. . . . ject to the action of the Democratic party. Cynthiana 8 30 Falmouth . Wc are authorized to announce II. F. CAPITO 9 51 Arr Covingtou, it 30 asacaudidatefor Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. MAYSVILLE O'HARA as a candidate for of Franklin r county, subject to the action of the Democratic parNorth-Boun1. , d elrctiou day in 1886. sn candidate for County Attorney . . . , Livingston. G 10 p S 10 a in ni 0 52 .1 in 9 27 p m !i a m 10 o 17 p m 11 35 a 111 10 45 p m t2 15 p m ti 20 p m it 35 a m to 35 p m 13 so p m it 00 p m 2 00 p m 4 5 P i 5 40 p m 2 05 p m 3 30 p in 6 00 p m f. KXl'M, ;1 a AftPtttej-at-La- 5 2C p 111 6 10 p m M 6 10 p m p m 7 25 5S5P HUGHES & KXUM eneral instiranss Agents, :F,:E.:fcT:K::F,o:K'z iz-sr- n . Office opposite Farmer's Hank. Representing 20 Leading American and Foreign Companies. No. No. 3. Over $100,000,00.0 Assets! Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Losses a a a a m ra m in a ni a rrt a m a m 8 00 a m 10. 2 a m 11 45 a m 7 15 a m 8 05 a m it 00 a m 1 25 p m 2 25 p ni 1 18 p m 2 30 p m 3 J I' m 3 49 P n 4 41 p ni Promntlj jan..viy. Adjusted And Fairly Paid Choice 2 30 p 3 33 I Coal Cheap. DOUBLE .SCREENED ALL KINDS 4 "3 P 5 8 P family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Ptices. 600pm 6 55 P Telephone connpctioii No. 36. BRANCH. No. 51, Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.25 8 20 8.45 9.03 9 49 10 30 GEO. B. MAOKEiIlT, No. 53, Daily, Ex. Sun. 3 00 p m Dec.8.f FRANK FORT, KY -- Lve. Covington . Lvc. LeMnEton . Lvc, Pari-- . . . a m a m a m a m a m a m Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Millersburg Carlisle . . . . Johnson . Mnsvi!lc. South-Boun- . 4.35 p m 5 25 p m 5 5' P "i 6.13 p m 7.05 p m fapb WASHINGTON u( in 14 Edlwaji, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST It PHILADELPHIA. & HEW YORK. 750pm No. 52, Daily. Fx Sun 5 45 n I" No. 54 Daily. Ex. Sun. 1.42 p ti. 3 29 p ni the ONLY LI - RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS ton Life and Health to Me. o bother. Mr. Nathan Razor and wife, of Woodford county, are attending the : Wilburn, their half bedside of Mr. ami Mrs W. T. Wutklns, of this neighborhood, attended church at Mt. (j'urniel Saturday. Rev. J. A. Head lilled the pulpit Died suddenly At his late residence o'clock, of heart Sunday night at 1 The disease, William Y. Gordon. family have the sympathy of the . whole community. family, of Mr. G. L. Rodgers and Mill Grove, who have been visiting the family of Mr. Rodgers' mother the past two weeks, returned home Monday, accompanied by Mr. Waller A. Rodgers. The Franklin Mission Board lias , divided the Franklin Association into ithreu districts, and tho first meeting of rtlie lirst district will be held at t'Cnion Church the "th Sunday in Octo-ibAll who are favorable to Mission worlrare cordially invited to attend, as there will be speeches, made by distinguished missionary workers. 1 A w JK"lrks off Blklrorm. Farmers are cutting corn and sowing wheat Mi3 Jennie Fenthorston left hero Monday for Georgetown College to attend scliooh Miss Lyda Stcdman arrived homo last week from a wisit to her sister, in Union county, Ky, W. M. Wiikcrson has rented his farm to his son.1?, Millard and Dan-dridg- e, for $1,000. M. D. Wilson. The residence of W. . Hawes, near Ktedmanville. was burned one night Treatise on Blood and Skin Ijjseases last week, cause oi nre unxnown. mailed free. some three indies in length, and the remedies used, being largely mineral, did not seem to reach the source 'of the disease at sill. For three years 1 was unable to do anything. The ulcer had already eaten down to tho bone. Two recommended ampuof the phy.-iciatation of the limb as the only means of preserving life. I was almost in despair when a friend suggested to me to try Swift's Specific. I hesitated, but finally secured six bottles. The effect of the first bottle was to stop the eating process, smd the six bottles made a permanent Cure of a disease that had battled the best medical skill in the country. My case is well known in Gainesville the desperate character of tho disease as well as the wonderful cure affected. There are no signs of a return of the disease. I am in better health y than I was before I was taken with the disease. I weigh forty pounds more than I ever did before in my life. Swift'.s Specific has proved life and health both to me, and I never can bo grsiteful enough for the benefits which I received from its use. ns to-da- Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win Lexington and Covii-gto; other trains arc cratic party. daily except Sunday Lexington and Pari", and not Train No. 1 We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN ia Winchester and Paris. as a ca ididatc for Clerk of Franklin County Court, connections are made at Winchester with Direct subject to the action of the Democratic party. Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashlnnd, Huntington, Charleston. W. V ., and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 riln via Winchester. FOR COUNTY AT t ORNEY. v7th Pullman Sleeping ("nrs. between We arc authorized to announce JAS. A. VIO- - Solid Trains Ciucinniti and Richmond, Vn , and Winchester and to the office of Washington, D C. LETT as a candidate for 'Ihrough 'lickets and Baggage Checked to any County Attorney, subject to the action of the Demdestination reached by .1 r.iilnad. ocratic party. W. H. Wll ITTLESEY, S. F. B. MOKSE, We are authorized to announce I5FN. G. WILDiv. Pass'r Act., Irav. I'ass r Agt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. LIAMS as a candidate for County Attorney, subject C. W.SMI'IH, K.W. FULLER, to the action of the Democratic pirty. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. Gen'l Manager. We arc authorized to announce JOHN S. HARROD as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. Wc are authorized t unnounce GEORGE. S. GREEN as a candidate for Clerk of the Franklin County Court, subject to the action of the Demo- Lve. Maysville Lve. Johnson Arr. Paris. . . Arr. Lexington. Arr. Covington Lvc. Carlisle. Lvc. Millersburg 6.30 . 8.10 a m 9,10 a in 11.30 a m 7 st 7 43 a i.oop m in a in 2.50P m 3.15pm 0 lop m 6. cop m A SOLID TRAIN KKOM chctcr, NOTE. LOUISVILLE, FHANKFOItT, ' Ky. tunia Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, WASHINGTON CITY, 00HHEGTJNG PAST TRAINS FOE IN SAME DEPOT WITH 3STBW "STOHiEE. llOUTK TO THK 1JIKECT Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL FOR C0UNTYSCM00L SUPERINTENDENT Wc arc authorized to announce JOSEPH R. . FEARS as a candidate for County Superintendent For tickets lini) furllur inforinnlii l), npplj to of Common Schools of Franklin county, subject to Attorney-at-Lawyour noiiri'ct ticl.t ofliuo, or mMiess, the action of the Democratic party. VI. V. ARNOLD, AND W..I.Bi:bh, We arc authorized to announce LAZARUS P. Tioket Agtnt. Adveiticinir Apt.. HULETT as a candidate for County Superintendent 22f Fourih Avi'tmc Louisville, Ky oi Common Schools, subject to the action of the Tin-ILL II. V. FULLER, PllAfiTrCE IN TSJKCOUItTS OF C. W. SMITH. Democratic party. Gen. Pass. Agt., VV Franklin and tho adjoining counties, mul Geneial Manager, Wc are authorized to announce THOMAS HUN will also givu Richmond, Viisginia. lUti'iilion to the (lurchon-anfiilo uf mil collection of rent h, TER as a candidate for County Superintendent of ot limtiti. Otlicc Common Schools, subject to the action of the Demo olniuii1, n ml tho negotiation opposite Court House. cratic p.irty. 25-l- WM. CROMWELL , U 2&eal -- Estate Agent, June y. FOR JAILER TUTTS 25 YEARS Tke Ortfctwt Wqare authorized to announce R. STONE as a candi (ate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce J AMES GORDON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce TIIOS. E. DAI-LEas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin County, subject to the action of the Dcmocraticparty. We are authorized to announce HENRY MITCHELL as a candidate fir Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a ca'ndidate 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 Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We ore authorized to announce MOSES HAY-DOas a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to 'he action ofthe Democratic U4, y. ' We are authorized to announce JOHN T. WA TERS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. c I hereby announce myielf a candidate for tion to the otnee or jailer 01 franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Y W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY PILLS IN DRY GOODS 1 USE, alJEjjatnh f the Agal ! minem Icorilially invito you to call an ' Now and Fresh 8tooK of Goods . MAIN STREET, FKANKFORT.KY XiMaaf 8op3.tf. STROUSE & NEWMAN I Insurance 8850. Miss May Kuykendall, of Union county, is here on a short visit. She is tho guest of Misses Eftie and Lyda Stedman. James Sebra, of Switzcr neighborhood, fell out of a wagon last Thursday and broke his arm. Cause, too muce wine and circus. Rumor speaks of a wedding soon and the friends of the happy bitfdo-groosing, "Carrie me back to the Atlanta, Ga. N. Y., The Swift Specific Co , Drawers, 157 1 PRACTICAL FLDMBIBS, GAS AID STEAH FITTERS AND tk feta with a dall aeaaatlaa la the hack fait. Fata anacr tha ahaalatr hlaia vallaeaa after eatlnr, with te exertlea ef hear er aiUd. ef teaapart Lew aefrltai with IrrltaMUtf haTiaKaegleetai ftfeellacef aeaeeatr Weartaeeet JMssztaeee, Flatterlaaettae Heart. Data Before the yea HeaAeehe arer the rlsht eye. Keeuaaaaew with fltfal araaaM. Hlf hlr caleree Urlae( aae aele-laellaatl- TORPID LIVER. etito, Bowals eost 1t Fata SYMPTOMS OP A ea W. 23d St. N m Havinir accented a position with the firm of ilesse & Dreyfus?, wholesale and retail dealers in Dry Goods, Jsor tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc., No. DAN. SHEEHAN. 110 south side Market street, between We are authorized to announce JAMES D. 4th and 5th, Louisville, Ky., I would MOORE at a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, the Democratic the action ask my friends to call and see me subject to authorized of announce NOAHpatty. as We are to COINS when in the city. a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to 4t WM. O'DONNELL. the action of the Democratic party. 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