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FRANKFORT, NOVEMB EU 15, 1884.
Commencing Tueiday, January t, the following
lime table will be in effect on t"he L. & N. R. R. for
No. ti :ts p. m 8:30 r. m.
No. 6:ooa.M. A.M.
34 , , 9:15
No. 17 8:to a. M. 10:50 a. m.
No. ai J5 r. M. 5:15 r. m.
No. 19 C. & O . . . . 448 " 7! '4 v '
No, 18 7:00 A. M. 10:17 a. M.
No. as a:ts r. M. 5:40 p. v.
No. a4 leaves Lou. 5:00 p.m. nrr. at Frankfort 8:05 p. m.
No. ao C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. M. 035 P. M,
No. 28 leaves Lou. 8'ooa. m. arr. Frankfort 11:00 a. m.
Trains No. 34 and at both connect for Cincinnati,
arriving there at 12:15 noon, and 7:15, P. m. Train
No. 34 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p.
M. Nos. 34 and at connect at Anchorage for Shelby-ville.
Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. m., and
returning leaving Lexington at 7:: 5 P. M., will carry
pass ngcrs between Frankfort and Lexington, and all
intermediate points. Nos. 27 and 3 are Sunday
K. P. BRYAN, Agent.
Go to Noel & Jcffers to get your lard
cans filled. 2t.
is guaranteed better than my patent
flour made by any other m ill, and is
only $.') per KM) pounds.
Tho finest setting of battle, camp,
paradise and dungeon scenes ever seen
on any stage to-night at Opera House.
Pure leaf lard at Noel & Jeffers' at
bottom prices. 2t
The plot of Lost Cause Is laid in Virginia
and is the only truly Southern
Buy your dry sausages at Burck-
Burckhardt one of our old butchers
understands his business, and lie buys
nothing but the best stock lie can find,
at the highest market price.
A lot of tho latest style hats have
just come in at Hudson & Meagher's.
When ascertained for certain that
Cleveland is ejected, in connection
with the popular meat store of Messrs.
Crutcher & Stephens, J. Watt. Stephens
will open a bank, hat store, and clothing
Wanted 38,000 for five years at 8
per cent, per annum ; on first class
Frankfort property worth $7,000. In
terest paid semiannually. Address box
052, Frankfort, Ky. tf.
Louisville Tobacco Market.
RCrOKTEO F.Xl'Rr.SSI.V FOR TUB ROITNDAI10UT
BY GI.OVP.ll & DURRIVI'T, LOUISVILLE
Louisvinx, Kv.,Nov. 12, 1884
Sales for one week to date 814 hogsheads.
Sales since 1st of Jan. 69,955 hogsheads.
Sales of new crop to date 730 hogsheads.
92 hogsheads new crop sold this day.
It is yet too early togiveany definite range
of quotations for new tobacco. The highest
price obtained thus far is 1 1, but nothing
very fine has been sold. The general range
of prices run from $4.00 to $0.50 for lugs:
$6.50 to $8.00 for common le.if; $S.oo to
$11.25 for medium to good leaf.
The receipts of the new crop will be liberal
from now on whenever the weather will
admit of handling.
J. A. Smith, a Gainesville. Ga..
merchant, says;: "For years I was a
victim to the combined effects of Erysipelas
and an aggravated type of Eczema,
that baffled all medical skill. I consulted
tho very best physicians in the
United States to no good purpose. I
gave every patent medicine that was
recommended a faithful trial and received
no benefit. 1 took large quantities
of potash and a pint cup full of arsenic
pills. The patent medicine, pills, and
potash mixtures fed instead of curing
the disease, tliey destroyed my appetite
and wrecked my system I lost
flesh and enersry I lost three years from
my business and spent $2,000 in a fruitless
effort to regain my health. At
last, when I began to consider my case
hopeless, I commenced taking S. S. S.,
and in ashorttimo I was entirely cured
I waited ti year after a cure was
effected, and continued to take Swift's
Specific off and on as a. sort of safeguard,
before I was willing to make public
this marvelous cure. Being assured
beyond the possibility of a doubt that
the cure was permanent, J wrote tills
history of my caso for the benefit of my
My skin is now as smooth as it was
when a boy. I weigh more than 1 ever
did in my life, and my general health
was never better. I passed through
last winter (which was an unusually
cold one), without losing a singlu day
from my business. For the last twelve
months I have had no return of the
erysipelas in any shape or form, or any
touch of eczema."
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Tho Swift Specific Co., Drawer a,
Atlanta, Ga., W) W. 2:id St., N. Y
and 1205 Chestnut St., Phila.
Wanted. To borrow (SoOO) five
hundred dollars on good paper. Apply
ut this office.
"Try the Lexington Hour."
Tender heef at 12 cento at C'rutclier
Philip Helhert, the popular Jeweler
will present to hlrf patrons valuable
prenontfl consisting of 1 handsome
clock with bronze figure, 1 Quadruple
Proceiain lined ice pitcher, and 1 pair
of broii.ovneos New goods for the
holidays received daily.
Pork chops and steak at 10 cents at
Crutcher & Stephens'.
If you want a suit of clothes, either
business or dress, made in the highest
style of the art, call on V. Uerherlch,
2m St. Clair street.
Neckwear In endless variety nt
Hudson & Meaghcrs.
F. M. Wayne was tried to-day for insanity
because he was selling spectacles
for 10 cents which cost 20 cents, and
watches for $7 00, selling elsewhere for
12 00. Cleared because overstocked.
A fine assortment of watches, clocks,
jewelry, silverware, spectacles, opera
glasses and gold headed walking canes
at Philip Selborts, the jeweler.
Pure pork sausage 12 cents nt
Crutcher & Stephens'.
Fresh lamb 12 cents at Crutcher &
The cream means the best, and cream
flour is "cream de la cream" of flours.
Arcade keeps all the latest novelties
in the city.
The Lexington flour has been used
by a number "of ladies in this city wlro
say it can't be beat.
At Sol. Harris ' you will find the
latest styles in cloaks, such as the
New Market, Hussion Paletot, Dolman,
&c. You can save at least 2" per cent.
To the Ladies. We want you to
ue our flour and be happy, Lexing-
ton Boiler Mills Company.
Sol. Harris competes with Louisville
and Cincinnati prices. Arcade.
Come and examine an overcoat for
1 ."0 former price 2 50 at Sol. Harris.'
Kid Glove Department at Sol.
A full assortment in all the new
shatKs in button and musquetaire.
Gloves flitted to the hand.
The Indians, knowing the value of
Wild Cherry bark as a cure for coughs
and colds, used to prepare it in their
rude way, and in winter kept it constantly
on hand. Tho careful and
secret method of preparing Dr. Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry make it superior
to all other preparations. It Is
very pleasant to take.
Can't bo beat, the best shirt in the
city for 90 cents at Sol. Harris'.
Business suits of all styles made to
order at Berberlch's.
Go to Burckhardt's and buy your
Berberich docs his own cutting and
insures every suit to fit
Fou SATiK. Carriage, nearly new,
and first class family carriage horse.
Apply at this ofHce.
Intelligent people have quit taking
bitters and mineral poisons, have quit
doctoring kidneys, and liver, nerves
and brain, have tiuit using ale iholic
poisons and narcotic drugs, have quit
poisoning their system with quack
nostrums, and now keep themselves
and families in perfect health by occasionally
using the only perfect blood
purifier and true strengthener of weak
portions of tho body, known far and
wide as Dr. uuysott's leuowuocKuuu
Saixiparilla. Any druggiht will get it
Burckhardt keeps the best Headcheese
and Liver Vurt.s in the market.
Burckhardt aUo keeps the best Corn
Beef and Spice Bound Beef.
Burchhurdt keeps the best meat in
Call at 820 Market street to get your
Sufferers from nervousness, early
decay, etc., if you value life, avoid
advertising doctors mid medicines that
act on kidneys and liver. Be not deceived
by the many bogus certificates
of cures from paid or imaginary persons,
if a weakness of the sexual system is
the cause of your distress, Dr. Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparllla will
strengthen the parts affected, stop the
drain, quiet the nerves, produco dreamless
slumber and allow you to regain
perfect health. It has cured thousands,
and will cure you, for, by purifying
the blood and strengthening every
weak portion of tho body, It removes
every symptom of dlstre&s.
The Arcade is kept buy from morning
till night, as the people go where
they can buy goods the cheapest.
Go to Hurekhardt's and buy everything
cheap in the meat line.
Ask your grocer for Lexington flour.
Overcoats, either liirht fail or heavy
winter, neatly made on short notice by
Berberich, the St. Clair street tailor.
Wanted. 5,000 large corn-fed hogs.
Apply to C. W. Fined, JJ20 Market
Trunks all styles and sizes at Hudson
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk Uest Su.vb in the world lor Cuts,
Bruise!!, .Sole, Ulceif, Sail Iilienm, Fever
8nrH. Clinppeit Mnmla, Chilblains, Corns,
iiihI nil Skin Eruptionw, nnd positively ciiri'H
L'ileH, or no pity required. It is irunranteed
to give perfect Hatislnction, or money
Price 25 cunts per box.
For sale bv .In. LeL'ompte.
We are authorized to announce Mccsrs. L.
Mangan, It. O. Church and Jerry Brislun us
caii'lidatcs for Councilmen from the Second
Wo nre authorized to announce DAVID
MOORE as a unndidatu for Jailer of Franklin
county, sulijio to the action of the Democratic
We are authorised to annnunco HIRAM
S.MOOT nn ueindiilate for Jailer of Franklin
nounty, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are nuthorlzod to announco MOSES
IIAYD0N ns 11 candidate for Jailer of Franklin
county, subject to the action ot the Dciuocrutic
IVe are authorized to announce JOHN T.
WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer ot Franklin
county, subject to tho actiun of the Demo,
I oreby announco myself a candidate for
to the otlico of Jailer of Franklin
county, subject to tho action ot tho Democratic
party. DAN S1IEEHAN.
Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D.
MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce R011T. STONE
as a candidate tor Jailer of Franklin county,
subject to the actiou of the Democratic Party.
Wo am authorl.ed to announce NOAH QOINS
as a candidate for Jailer of Frauklin county,
subject to the action ot the Democratic party.
We aro authorized to announce ROBERT
URATTON a? a candidate for Jailor of Franklin
county, subject to the action ot the Democratic
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce LEE A.
OWEN as a candidate for Clerk ot tho Franklin
County Couit, subject to the action of the
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announco JAS. A. VI
as a candidate for re-election to the
otlice of County Atturuoy. subject to tho action
of tho Democratic party.
We aro authorized to announco BEN. Q.
WILLIAMS a.a candidate for County Attorney,
subject to the action of the Democratic t'arty.
Wo are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK
INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-county,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
We are authorized to announoe LEWIS
HARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-in
county, subject the action of the Democratic
fob . rossrAcra $&
Ilostettci's Stomach Hitters is a lino
blood depurent. a rational cathartic, and a
Biiberb speoillo. It rallies tho
failing cuci'h'iea of the debilitated, and
cheeks premature decay. Fever and asaio,
bilious remittent, dyspepsia and bowel
complaints are ntnong tho evils which it
entirely removes. In tropicnl countries,
where the liver and bowels aro organs most
unfavorably affected by the combined In.
flueucc of climate, diet and water, it is a
very neevsury H.Uegut.rd. For sale by all
Druggist and Dealers generally.
ANITARtUM. Rirenlde, Cut. The dr7 cllaato cures.
Nose, Throat, Ltuuit, lull Idea, 80 p., route, cost, true.
(All thot tbadoubtlul curiousor thouKOtlul want to
know, Cloth nnd cmllt bisdlwCO cta.puper
ruuro uuiae. it i iro, uoao bqpicu. hiuiiui wr na,uj
m. WHITTIER fiffiffitfT.TM.W, S
Tho sreRtspecliilIat. rierrouo Dpi illltr, I raped tauntsc
ltttitltlat ftf A K
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HUDSON & MEAGHER
Tlesr sire giving1 entire satisfaction.
A. G. ALSTROM & CO.,
(Successors to MOftlilS & ALSTROM.;
AND DEALERS IN
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
MAX1T STREET, PANSSFORT, KTT.
The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect
fits insured. None but first-class workmen employed.
All orders promptly filled. Please give
us a call.
Jan. 12-1 year.
Galvanized Iron Gorniees, Window Hoods, &o,
TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK.
DEALER IN THE
Which he has been selling for fifteen
single instance to dive satisfaction,
which is the most beautiful, the most
in the world.
Plain and Faaoj Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Unameled
Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers;
Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasolino Stoves; All kinds of Coal and
Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest.
Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slato and Iron
Roofing a specialty, and tor whioh he is celebrated all over the State,
years and it has never failed in a
ihe .EPeriect icaHere. . .
convenient, and most artistic Range
Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.
jiJi mymnujujii iiM'ia, jwillwlvwPa,' " '