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The Masonic Home Journal, published at Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home, Louisville, in speaking of tho parade on St. John's day, Juno 24th, has this to say: Frankfort Commandory, No. 4, was in the parade, and added to the beauty of the column, which, for regularity and precision of movement, lias probably not been excelled by any body of men, of equal numbers, in the United States. The Infantry battalion was composed of champion Commanderies DeMolay, Iiapcr, St. Bernard, Louisville, and Frankfort. The first three had won the first prizes (or their equivalent) in national contests, and the last two held the Kentucky State banner for a year. Frankfort Commandery held the prize banner for two years, having won it at the meeting of the Grand in Georgetown and tit Dan- Com-"lande- ry FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 5, 1884. fibers, makes it more nutritious and easier digested, and saves time and fuel. The Charter Oak stoves and ranges are so constructed that the fire passes directly under the centre of all the boiler holes. They have large ovens, heavy covers, reversible cross pieces and wire gauzo oven doors, and are constructed to bum either hard coal, soft coal, or wood. Mr. Power has a .simple of this stove at his store, and he will be glad to show it to any one interested in a stove. It is as cheap as any other s stove, and will bo sold, guaran teed to give entire satisfaction. first-clas- Number 42. f to the afternoons; and we did hear that the scribe aforesaid umpires the game Lovely place, morally; businesslike, beautiful. I will pass Mink Eye tit present. Ills runmrKsaio too liisigiuncani 10 ramcc. I will leave him to the tender mercies of tho Benson magistrate at the same Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots time admiring the Inconsistency of said of, the following machinery: Squire, who voted for the Bridgeport and Benson pike and against the much Piano Twine Binder, needed Water-tan- k pipe up Benson. Hew Warrior Mower, Tho weather is hot. News is scarce. Hunk Updyke are well, and spring Manny's Independent Eeaper and Mower, chickens are ripe. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. 4 FERGUSON & MEEK i I w"'0- - . E. Power desires to call the attention of tho housekeepers to his new stove. by the Excelsior Manufacturing Company of St. Louis. It is an extra heavy &tove, having all the modem improvements that any other stove lias, and in addition it has Wire Gauze Oven Doors. Tills is an improvement that is in no other stove in the world, and makes a vast difference in tho baking and rousting qualities of tho oven. It is so arranged that you can make it a tight oven. stove like any other, by merely turning an extra door on its hinges or turning a register. It is an established fact that a highly heated current of air may bo driven against fine gauze wire without transmitting its temperature from onesideto the other, and that while the air will pass through the heat will remain tfehind.- Tho baking temperature in ovens is obtained by the radiation of heat from tho flues which surround them. It is necessary that tins heat should be retained in the oven, but it is also necessary that the vapor of water and other volatile gases liberated in tho process of baking should escape. This secured, we aproximate tho perfection of cooking attained In 'spit roasts before an open fire. All this is accomplished in tho Wire Gauze Ovens, THE 1'JIACTICAI. KKSUITS OVKN OK O.VUJ5K JIOORS. Bread baked in close ovens has never attained the perfection which characterized bread baked in old fashion brick ovens, and never can. Superiority of the brick oven over tho tight iron oven was not due to any difference in tho character of the heat within it, but to tho fact that it was large, and afforded .ready means of escape for steam and volatile products thrown off In the chemical changes incident to cooking. With the Gauze Oven Doors wo secure all the advantages of the brick oven, without sacrificing any of the conveniences of the modern cook stove. By this improvement a given weight of Hour will give 2' per cent, morehreud and of a better quality than can bo produced in any close oven in use. Meats roasted in their own juices in ovens having Gauze Oven Doors, result in more tender and more agreeable meats for the table than can be obtained by any other means. No has ting required. There is not a cooking apparatus made using a solid oven door but that the loss in weight is from U" to ID per cent, of meat roasted; in other words, a rib of beef weighing 10 pounds, if roasted medium to well done, will lose !) pounds. The same roasted in a Charter Oak Stove and Range with Gauze Oven Doors will lose less than 1 pound. But few have an idea of the enormous shrinkage of meats roasted in closo ovens fully HO per cent. To allow meat to shrink is to lose a largo portion of its juices and flavor. The fibers do not .separate, and it becomes tough. The wire gauzo oven door saves tho weight and shrinkage, allowing tho meat bo roasted In its own juices, retains its natural flavor, and separates tho contains a communication defending rvn ui wim.ii hu i.i,uin are me oest in tnc man-ret- . oive us a call. tho county court for its acts, in si manner unheard of. Years ago, an approFERGUSON & MEEK, Mis. Ann Mnyhall is quite 111. Mrs. Dr. Chlnn Is slowly recovering. priation was made to build a turnpike Capital Machine Works, The stock market is rather dull. from Bridgeport to Farmdale. A toll-gawas not placed upon It for the rea mar. 22-t- f prospect for an abundant cahbugo The FRANKFORT, KY. son tnat too travel would not sustain yield is splendid. Mrs. Julia Bailey lias been quite the gate keeper. It was said it would lie a valuable road before it, erection. sick again this week. Wheat harvest is about over. Tho But it lias followed the wake of others, and turned out a failure. When that yield will be very good. Wo understand a foot race will take road is completed to Benson it will fare as the one has from Bridgeport to place in tin's vicinity soon. Last Tuesday, July 1st, was the com Farmdale. "J. I). M." says he wants to connect Benson and Bald Knob with mencement ot a new sciiool year. Bonx. June 27th, 188 i, to.Tas. P. Bridgeport; for what? Was a turnpike ever erected to favor neighborhood Sargent, jr., and wife, a daughter. Splendid rains this week, causinir travel? Or was the appropriation vegetation to assume altogether a made to permit the good people who live in the county to get to the county brighter prospect. Master Willie Chambers returned seat, over a good turnpike? Isn't this home last Tuesday from a visit of tho only reason a turnpike is aided by several months to relatives in Owens-bor- the county? If any other, is it just? No! I would liketocaII"J. D.M.'s"'attenti( n Several citizens of this place expect to tho appropriation made to the turnto visit Old Point, Washington Citv, pike extended to the mouth of Elk-horThat road paid a dividend. Pri- PIANOS AND ORGANS ! ! and other places of interest on the EASY vate subscriptions were made to the Atlantic coast this summer. Itev. B. F. Ilungerford, pastor of company; the court was asked for an In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they New South Benson Church will preach appropriation to extend it one mile. must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income at Franklin Church y at 2 o'clock It was done by the court of claims, who p. m. and 10J o'clock a. assumed to locate a bridge that the pike of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from fi veat was to cross. To erect tho pike it has to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do m. A trip from Bridgeport to Benson cost nearly twice as much as it should not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but last Tuesday convinces us more have done because it had to pass a hillthoroughly of the fact that a pike side all tho way. and the slides have see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are covered the pike all winter. Now giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. connecting these two places is the company has no money to finish it to their best interests. H. BALDWIN Jls CO.. We propose tho following as part and it is stated that not a dollar of priWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, x:W of the programme for discussion in tho vate subscription lias been paid. In Avciiii.', .1. H. CULTWTl. Snl(tninn, LOUISVILLE. KE.Vl'CCKV. Teachers Association to bo held In other words these private subscriptions May FRANKFURT, KENTUCKY. to turnpikes are amytli. For instance, Frankfort Jtfftntce, That the present method of Benson precint lias not exceeding 20!) Eclipse vs. Flat Creek Clippers. Tho WM. CROMWELL voters, Bridgeport not exceeding 2.30 F. C. C.'s were defeated by si score of 2 examination of teachers is a farce. voters. Most of the travel from Ben- to 1. We feel for them bat we can not son is on the railroad, and when a turn- reach them. Attorney-at-Law- , Tick Ridge. pike is built it will never sustain itself Dr. Au.-tand Mr. Jlavis llarrod, except by some one who will keep it up from Flag Fork, speait Sunday with us. AND RED EVE RESURRECTED. privately with the county aid. How Come down again, boys. Lest the readers of your sprightly many pikes in the county pay a diviMiss Sue LcComptc, of this place, organ should consider mo totally dend, Mr. J. D. M.? lie would have who has been visiting friends at Will practice in tin courts of Fciinlclinaiul the annihilated by the fossilized pedagogue you believe all were paying ro..ds. No returned home Sunday morning. iiiljoiiiitil; counties, mui will also k'ie sjifoiu of Bridgeport is my excuse for my road that has been nuilt within the Our mail lists been carried fro 111 tin's "Mention to tin iurchnio and olc ot real cstnte ol rents, iMuims, imd tho negotiation appearance at this time. 1 have been last ten years ever paid the county one ivl.x.i. T fnm if u'.: VfO'i-- liv nlii'i'iiitinn otlietion umuo opposite Court House. laboring under a fit of ant! caralies cent either in an increase of valuation until now. but the C S. Government' "' ' b. xcribenrfi, and had a perfect disgust for on property or in the way of dividend. will carry it from this time on. Mr. pen, ink and paper, and I was waiting Now, sir, you may hurl anathemas at Joseph I'eylon is contractorsind carrier, "Mink Eye" and Invoke pro bono pub- lie msule his first trip with the mail to see how many pumpkin-heade- d chaps like Mink Eye would rejoice at lico and threaten us with lJ(utos renionx. Tuesday morning. Mr. John Iilanken-sliimy demolition by the great Bridgeport assisted by the air of Hail Columbia, b;.t the former mail carrier, brought luminary. Well now didn't lie use me can you deal m lacts sum not nuicic--V the pockets in for the last time Ssitur-- d up. "Twenty-fou- r years a pedagogue!" Don't you know a mile of road reiy. We feel sorry for .John. 1 le will he say; 1 reckon the people round ceived si subscription of stock from the have to go out in the mui and hoe toabout Bridgeport supposed themselves county sit the Bald Knob end that is bacco. Won't tlisit be lightning'.' I struck by a regular cyclono of wisdom out in tlio cold, and will be worn out should murmur. Cait.ux. when they heard that. Strange that before it is conntcted with the main lino? If that astute member of court one so knowing and accomplished Switzoi-- . (according to his own account) has not lias knowledge on court sdl'airs let us long ago been called to take his choice have a little: Miss Katie Owens, of Louisville, is 1. How much turnpike stock hsn of irouswships in Harvard or Vander-bllt- ! visiting friends in this neighborhood. This learned prodigy, this whole- Franklin county? A large crop of tobacco bst.s been .set 2 How much of it pays a dividend? sale devourer of "ripe spring chickens" in tills community, and most of it is ('tis said that ho can make way with I). How much Is the floating debt? looking splendid. 4. How much money over and more of them than a Methodist circuit We had a splendid rain la- -t Monday, aboVe the power to levy si tax for I8s. rider), is beyond question tho 17th wonhas he voted for to give to turnpike?? which seemed to give new life to all der of the world and should be honored o. Csm hcsiiy any one will ever pay a growing vegetation. accordingly. He should havoa monuThe farmers are now very bu.-- y gathgate keeper? ment of brass or pewter, garlanded all ering tlse yellow .sheafs of wheat, and These five questions properly anover with spring roosters and pullets they report a very large yield. and labeled with a teacher's certificate swered will enlighten this community, .Niiss JU'ttie Uradloy, who has been years experience," also In .shin- and to get it will give J. D. M. knowl- visiting friends in Frankfort fortune of edge. Scorch er. time past, returned home la- -t week. ing letters of brass or pewter. "Honor to whom lienor." Boom for tho galB. 11. McCoy left for LouNvIHi-Monda.v- . Polsgrove. W&i lant peihiyoyiui of Bridgeport, who, .Mine 'IK, where he will . more than a quarter of a century ago, Tho tohaeeo in this section needs rain rcsusun lor some time engaged in tying crossed the terrible Pons ainoram very had. strings on C. 15. Jfopkin' patent under the whip and spur of an old field money box. Tdsi Tliatt, of this place, is visitMks school master's birchen rod vigorously ing friends in Frankfort. Miss OphioThomason's..chool closed RELIABLE SELF-GUR- E. applied to his youthful but blistered Mrs. W. P. Lawrence, of Monterey, on tho 27th Miss Liz.ie Hoover's sciiool pOMieriorH. MNs Mary .Sanaa A CivnrUi nriMcrlntlniunf nun nf tlm is visiting friends in this neighborhood. will close in a short time. Bjiecliiflstslii iliell.S. ii:osi notoil nnil Micccf-ri- il Ahem! T cannot close tin's epistle Kersey, of Frankfort, is Merna will teach the public .school sit (jiowictlrt'iOfortliootiroofAVfroMnJicfiriV. Miss without a passing notice to tho dudo visitingAnnie fall. Jutnf Mmilittml JVtiiliHCHu mui JUrfr.s'uiit mother and father at this Peak's Mill this who does up so nicely the things and place. her Little Pryor llockonsmith, son of .1. ' lui)Ulnscali;lL'iivfli))e"n,f.nni(,''.'lt,tsi.atintUt. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. doings of Belle Point that beautiful 11. llockonsmith, lias been quite 111 for Rev. John A. Head preaches sit the village which nestles so clo-el- v under Baptist nays, oat umier ine trcuuiicm umbrageous shadows of Tick Bulge. Sunday, Church hero Saturday and several Dawson, our village physician, Coal of Dr. He speaks the truth when he saws Ids The corn in this neighorhood is not he Is rapidly Improving. "is a business and moral little 'town. as gooil sis it usually is at this .season of We don't like to go out ot our territoSo businesslike that a man cannot ride the year. ry or Intrude upon the right. of other A U, KINDS DOLT.l.F. SCREENED through tho town with a now bonnet for Monday correspondents, but we beg to mention We had a line for famil) use. Prompt De!iciy, Eull Ids wife in a bandbox without being morning. It didshower herobefore wo a game of Imsc ball, that took place at not come Weight, lioltoin Prices. accosted by tho hucksters with, "how needed it either. Stamping (.5 round between the Stampyer sell chickens?" "i las vergotanv 'fuli-phonMiss Anna Quarles, who hsis been ing (Sround Club and theSwit.er lied connection No. 30. buttur an aigs?" "Will yer' take it in visiting friends at Pewee Valley, re- Stockings. When the game closed the trade?" Ac, and so very moral that turned home Sunday. score stood Swlt.er 2S, Stamping GEO. B. MACISLIIT, they keep their booths open of a A very gootl walk over We had a good game of bsiso ball hero (round FRANKFORT, KV Sabbath morning and play base ball in Saturday evening. Tho Mount Carmel for tho llrst match game of the seas. 11. Dcc.s-te o. Bridgeport. KkdEyk. To J. J) M, of the "Ilonnu Land of Canaan:" The BouxiiATKiUT of June 14, 1881. Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, Tlothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, Mannv's Mowers. f n. - TERMS to-da- indis-pensib- lo I. to-da- y: ui Heal Estate Agent, -- v u- ; p, ! t t ' 1 FREE! Choice Cheap. o 1 f si.' a FRANKFORT nternilatthopogt-nfllcun- ROUNDABOUT. Frankfort, Kentucky ; jccnnil elm's malliihle mnlter. t GEORGE A. LEWIS. SAltr and. IF'bliBler. JULY 5. 1884. FRANKFORT, Mr. Mike Buckley 1ms boon awarded the contract for erecting the Colored Public School building. It is to be built of brick, three storied high, with four rooms on n floor. Senator John S. Williams, on Mon day, uceecded in getting the appropria tion for Kentucky river, which had bc?n cut down by the committee, restored in the River and Harbor bill to $i"o,000. It is a great misfortune for Kentucky that "old Ceroo Gordo" is to be succeeded by a gentleman who cares so little for the wishes of his people as to neglect this important measure en-tirel- The City Directory. Mr. Chas. Emerson has jut completed and published the first city directory of Frankfort. The work is gotten up with great care and contains much ucful information to our people. In addition to a full and complete alphabetical list of all the residents of the city, with their place of business and residence, it contains a telegraph and express office directory of the State; a list of all the land owners in the county, with their post-offiaddress and the number of acres of land owned by each ; a classified list of all the business men of the city and c:mnty, and any amount of miscellaneous information, making a volume well worth having, and one which advances the interests of our people by advertising to the world that we are not only a city in name but in fact. Mr. Emerson has had considerable experience in this business and has done his work well. He proposes to return again in two years to get out a second volume, and it is to be hoped that by that time our population will have become so numerous that he will be compelled to issue a volume twice the si.e of the present. He will shortly begin the work of getting out a similar volume in Maysville, and we cm safely recommend him to the residents of that city as a gentlemen in every way worthy of their confidence, who will fulfill all his contracts and give them a good job. post-oilic- e, ce Mossbacks. One would hardly think that there was a citizen of this place who would object to having a small piece of tin bearing a number placed over his door, but nevertheless there are quite a number who not only objected but wanted to resort to legal process to prevent their houses from being numbered. For our part wo cannot conceive what earthly objection any MHisible person could have to it. Our city is growing and it was only a question of time when the work would have to be done. Mr. Chas. Emerson a gentleman of experience in such matters, came to this city for the purpose of getting up a city directory. The City Council saw that this was an opportunity to have the work correctly and well executed, and he was asked to make an estimate of the cost. He did so, and the Council employed him to do the work, and passed an ordinance requiring every property owner to pay him twenty-fiv- e cents for each number placed upon their houses. lie complied with his contract, made accurate measurements, and has numbered l he houses of all who did not positively refuse to allow him to do no, and by far the greater part of our citizens think the Council have acted wisely. It is true all tli.--o who are now kicking were not consulted before the order was made, and perhaps that is why they object to paying for it; but then the Councilmen had an idea that they were elected to manage the affairs of the city, and did not think it necessary. It is to bo hoped that such old fogies will learn some day that this is a progressive age, and they will have to ltep up with it or bo run over. They .annot clog tho wheels of progress and iiilht as well fall into line. Our little city i.' going to bo city sure enough .some of these days, and this is only one .op in that direction. ing: A new foot bridge 170 feet long ban who will go to work at once to erect it been erected over the hollow on F.wing reservoir on one of tho hills, construct n street. pumping station at a convenient point on the river bank, and lay down Mr. Doc. Howell, of Hello Point, fcum'ssors to MOJtltlS & ALKTUOMJ mains to supply both North and South while at work laying brick on the new Frankfort. warehouse at the Old Crow Distillery If anybody wishes an indignation of Messrs. "W. A. Gaines iv Co , on meeting called the Court House is idle, Wednesday, was overcome with heat. and our accommodating Jailer will He was brought homeas soon as it was ring the bell. AND DEAl.r.RS IN cool enough to move him, and it was feared lie could not recover, but we are Pergonal. glad to be to ablestato that he is doing-verMr. M. E. Jett returned Tuesday from well and will soon be all right MAIBT a visit to St. Louis. again. Miss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, is . The raspberry festival given by the isiun ri'iuuves in mis city. i first-clas- s Mioses Dettie and Kate Holmes are ladies of the Southern Presbyterian visiting friends in Lexington. Church in the church yard, corner Mrs. Steele and Third, Wednesday evening, Monday TIkh. a D. Hcffher returned from visit to Louisville. yenr. Jim. was largely attended and a perfect sucMiss Dettie Grant, of Louisville, is cess. There was thegreatestabundance visiting relatiles in this city and county. of ices and other delicacies, and all Mis Ida Iliatte, of this county, is that were not sold that evening were visiting friends and relatives in this disposed of to parties who went out city. Mrs. Dan. Roche and children, of picnicing yesterday. The receipts Paris, are visiting relatives in this deHaving bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be amounted to over $200. The ladies city. on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the sire us to return their thanks to the Mr. Walker Gault returned Monday prepared, public for their generous patronage and from a visit to friends in Harrison Railroad Bridge, to deliver to the ladies who contributed so liber- county. ally towards getting up the entertainMiss Stella Gober left Thursday for n visit to friends in Auburn, Logan at reasonable prices. ment. county. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and The Water Queston Settled. Mrs. M. Wayts is very ill with rheumatism at her homo, 2( 0 country. After being in session several hours Cross street. Orders for Coal left at. the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Misses Susie and Carrie Rarr, of Side, will receive prompt attention. Thuixlay morning, considering the Louisville, are the guests of Miss JenOffice at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. (P question of new water works, the City nie Hendricks. Telephone connection No. 2. Miss Ella Hutchison left this mornCouncil finally settled the matter, it is S. BLACK. ing to visit friends and relatives in to be hoped, for all time. Christiansburg. Two propositions were before the Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my Miss Lassie Hardaway, of Water Committee, one from Mr. Glenn, county, is visiting Miss Minnie Meade former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old Cain, who offered $1.",0()0 for the old works, at 2'2G Cross street. W. J. CHINN. stand. and agreed to lay down 8 miles of 4 Messrs. Kenner and Edition Taylor 26, 1884-tf- . Frankfort, January and 8 inch pipe and put in 80 fire hy- have returned from school in Fairfax drants, for which he proposed to county, Virginia, for the summer. Mr. Ed. A. Tuttle left Wednesday charge the city tin annual rental of 1 fffe VJW afternoon for Louisville with a view SoO each to making that city his future home. The Frankfort Water Company of . Miss Maggie and Master Willie A. L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. fered 20,000 for the old works, proposed Lewis left Wednesday morning for to lay down 13 miles of 8 and 1'2 inch Curollton to visit their grandparents. Mr. Rip Arnold, who has been visitpipe, put in 100 tire hydrants at an Best Patent Flour $3 50 per 100. ing Ills parents here for several weeks, annual rental of 0,000. loft for Mobetie, Texas, the first of the Other Grades proDortionately low, A majority of the committee reported week. All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway in favor of accepting the Glenn propoMrs. D. J. Hubbeli and daughter, opposite Capitol Square. sition, and Councilman Mangan offered Miss Callie Goad, will leave Monday FLOUR DELIVERE0 IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. n minority report recommending that for a visit to friends in Columbia, Tennessee. an inventory be made of the pipe Ju. jp. Messrs. Craik now in use, and when the committee turned Saturdayand Julian Jackson reMay from Exeter, New had gained all the information necessa- Hampshire, where they have been ry that they adveitL-- e for bids for water attending school the past year. Y privilege for twenty-fiv- e years in pamtS rnw (Successsors to Bridinger & Diem.) pers published in Louisville, St Louis OP AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN MANUFACTURERS o.iu;aon33 ah and New York. The vote on the In thif city, on Saturday, June 28, 1884, to minority report was as follows: yeas, Mr. Jolin W. Johnson and wife a daughter Paper, Paper Bigs, Flow Sacks, Church, Mangan, McClure, and Wil- - J I'M a Luckktt. To tho needs of the tourist, commercial liamis; nays, Taylor, Drane, Ford, &C, traveler and new settler, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, sluce It Meagher, and Sneed. Cincinnati, Ohio. 71 Walnut street, strengthens the digestive organs, and iiQ'.t Wtiint Clrtir Street. braces tho physical energies to unheiilth-fThe vote on the majority report was influences. It removes and prevents then taken and resulted as follows : L. WBITZEL, malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia, Agent for Kentucky, will fill all orders promptly. healthfully stimulates tho kidneys and yeas Meagher and Sneed; nays Taybladder, and enriches as well as purifies May 14.3m, next week. None but the blood. When overcome by fatigue, lor, Church, Drane, Ford, Mangan, Whether mental or physical, the weary TZ McClure and Williams. and debilitated And ir a reliable source of Wines, Als, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept in Stock. renewed strength and comfort. For sale Mayor Taylor then offered the followby all Druggists and Dealers generally, Tbe Capital Brewing Co. A. 6. ALSTROM & CO.. Merchant Tailors, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 12-1 m I STREET, P;'ANSFOBT, KIT. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect fits insured. None but workmen em ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL 0 I ELKH0RN MILLS. compton. F. J. DIEM & CO., xo-t- BOUN. . Ski li m Vll KH O. K SA.LOOIS", FINKSTL1QUORS SEER Constantly on hand. TWINES, ul Proprietor. M. ITEWHOTJSE., 4 I TH June DUNIGAN & NIC0L, PROPRIETORS ville, and that the charge for J00 hy- urants lor ore purposes snail not exceed $(5,000; and that said Company guarantee the city that the fire supply will enable the city to dispense- with her fire engine-.- and that said Company will take the present water mains of the city at a cash price of 20,(MMl, us they now stand, keeping open the present supply until the new works shall be completed and successfully operated. A contract of careful preparation to be entered into between the contracting partie.-- . Councilnnn Mc.igher moved to strike out Frankfort Water Company and insert any responsible Company; also strike out 0,01.0 for fire hydrants and insert $"),000, which was defeated by the following vote: yeas, Church, Meagher and Sneed; nays, Taylor, Drane, Ford, Mangan, McClure and , Unsolved bji (he Jiourd of Counvifiitcn noil: fort, That they will contract with the Frankfort Water Co. for a water supply for the city of Frankfort, the service to be made equal in till respects to that of any other city whatever, and the charges for service to consumers not to exceed the charges made to the citizens of Louis of the City f J and the pudlic that they i pi fancy dress naking Deposit Bank of Frankfort, arc prepared to description, or and tinrespectfully ask or of any ewiig (In s or 'in rr e i ok iv X r a. uj.MJinuN e k 'i 111: NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED nrtifjini; their friends TAKE PLEASURE IN .1 Eclipso m AM) UKAI.KKS IN AM. KINDS t fMg Mi OK ! BUILDING LUMBER. DOORS, at 'ins: ci 011: or nuhiMss TXT2STE Loans and Discounts Cash Due from Hanks GO, ASSETS. . . . 1ES-3:- . $156,176 S3 3,55 1,900 00 6 55 3 9 share of their patronage promising t" tie every togiie tatUlaclion. We can he found at the residence nf Mr ,1 M Stephens, 319 Washington street, net. Hroadw.iy and Clinton Miss Jusii: Aliihitton, Ml.ss 'Da milt A Siiiki.os. June m a:-i- Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring Laths, Shingles, &c., Foot of Ciqss street, Frankfort, Ky. All orders will receive prompt attention. Mar. Furniture Protest Stamps Real Lstate rrj A Builncu Education j jf) Stf. Tel. phone No. 24. 70 00 12,542 46 208,767 0., LIAMLITIES. Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No. 32, 4 per cent., Individual Depositors Due to Hanks State tax Profit and loss .... $77,400 o 1S1 00 3.C96 CO 100,658 28 11,500 S4 93 5 '5-73- vacation. in tlio anr week-da- y Hiudmn cau Time to complete tlio Full Diploma nutlni Count alwut 10 weeki. Aersa Total Cut, Including Tullloii, Hetcf Itookiand Literary Courae Hoard In a ftmllj, 190. Tilexraphr a free. Ladie reeiiied. B.octo aucccwul (rraduale. (Her COO Htatea. In puplla lait rear frrai 15 to 45 icara or one, from atructlon h practleallr and Individually imparted by 10 leachcri. Special couriei for Teachen and Biulnen Hen. Unlmaltr Diploma preicntcd tolti graduate!. Tnli leautirul cltr I' noted for In healthfulnen and society, and la on leading Railroad. Fall Seition Itglnt Srt. WA. For rlrcula n nn t full particular!, add rest lu WILBUR II. SMITH, Laxlaitoa, Kj. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. year. No SODA WATiiE WITH ! n ICE CREAM AND ALSO ! Henry VIIOLUS.LK Ellwanger, AND ItETAIt. DI'.ALHR IN 42 $208,767 04 Choice Fruits ? Vegetables, GROCERIES, Sc H. H. WATSON, Cashier. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A dividend of four (4) per cent, will be paid upon the Capital stock of the Deposit Hank of Frankfort. on and alter Saturday, July 5, 1884. FANCY Williams. Tho vote was then taken on Mayor Taylor's resolution and resulted as follows: yeas, Taylor, Drane, Ford, McClure, Williams; nays, Church, Mangan, Meagher, Sneed. The Council will meet to to-da- CICAHS TOBACCO, SHAVED ICE, GINGEUR ALE, Frankfort best The made in AT H.H.WA'I SON, Cashier. NO NEWJTHING. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS y Main Stioct, OppuHltoSowcru' Confectionery. lUccivra froMt stippliis nf FrultH and Vi'jUn blcs, ilinct from cuily garth'tinr nt l.ouUvillp ntrnc-- bottom prices for (luily,h!cli'l am ciihIi, tiivo me n cull mnl ho convinced. Ver.v ri'gpoctlully, J1KXUY KLMVANOKR. . May Jos. LeCompte's O 13 IS TS A. GLASii). Valuable South Frunkforl prepare the contract. The Frankfort Water Company is composed of the members of the firm of Dennis Long & Co., of Louisville, Cols. .1. Stoddurd Johnston, Thus. Hodman, sr., Gen. 1). W. Lindsey and Hon. W. J. Chiitn, of this city, and several gentlemen from Louisville, FOR OVUH. provedVXLAJRJB, And thus 0 The Best Liver Medicine In tfie World, NoGrlplnif.l'oisonousDrufrs, but purely Veireta bl, af and reliable. Prescribed oven by I'ujiiciuiM. A jpoody euro for Llvor Complaint. IteRulatlnff tho llowolii,Purifyinirtlio Wood, C'lomuInK from Malarial lulnt. A perfect euro Coiiotlpuilon and nil l"ir Hick lleuducho, IlUtona JIUordcra, Ho'd liv Dnigifin. For Pimphleu, etc.. address C. K. UVMtl. di CO., 18 Cudiir M(.i K.X. City. July yCt. Used throughout tho country W. II. MALL OFFERS FOR SALE "pl'ice on which he now resides, form-eil- y VALUABLE I1LUEORASS FA KM OF 175 belonging to Dr. ValLimliiifjIiani. TliU acres, kiiituhlc for tobacco and (,'r.iin, three most desirable homes in the city. miles from I rnnkfuit, on a good turnpike road. A is one of the Contains'nbout two acics in yard and garden. offered. bargain 'I lie (jrnsi on the place will he rented for the pre, On the place is a new green-liouslarge cut reaun. AddrckK or apply to sittia flower il and cold frames. A No. May CHAS. F. KXU.M. may 3.3m tion fqr lloriit. Fraukfurt Ky. For Sale! PROPERTY DR. FOR SALE! A 1 3 FiUNKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, JULY 6, J8S4. INBl CIRCULATION IN CITY AKD COUNTY TO TEAVBLBBB. Commencing Monday, October 16, the following lime table will be In effect on the L. & N. R. R. for this point. TRAINS SOUTH. No. aj No. 17 No. No. lo C. & O . . . . 8:i$ r.27 yis Frankfort. Leave Louisville. 8:30 v. m. 10:53 a. m. 5:15 p. m. 6:40 v. M. Arrive at 'o r. m a. m. r. m. r. m. It is expected that Hon. Jan. G. Blaine Buckley can have your hydrant recandidate for President, will visltGen. paired Ekln in Louisville n a few days. Nice veal at Noel & JeH'ers. By reference to the analysis of the Messrs. Froudcnborger Bros, would beer manufactured by the Capital respectfully Inform their friends that Brewing Co. it will be seen that it is they have removed their tonsorial the best made anywhere. parlor from the baement of the Capidipt. S. V. Pence has sold the Steamer tal Hotel to 203 8t. Clair street, and Fannie Freeso to the Kentucky River are now located in the room formerly Navigation Company, owners of the occupied by Messrs. Payne fc Berry, Hornet, who will have her overhauled where they will be glad to see all their and repaired and continue her In this old customers and many new ones 2t. trade. She will be transferred this morning. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ATTO CHAS. F. :N AND E2CTTM, E Y - AT - LAW, L DRY GOODS, P 1 Geril Insurance Agent, (Successors to C. E. JAMES OPPOSITE COURT Cltv of London Mercantile Kenton CJertnanll New Orleans aug j ii-:- u & E. 1 HOUSE, I cordially invito you to call and examine my New and Fresh StocK of Ooods. FRAINKFOBT, KY. Lonnnd. Cleveland Ohio. New York. Itoston.. New Orleans, La. Ky. MAIN STREET, Sep3-tf- . FRANKFORT, KYipre,coU I TRAINS VORTH. Just Think of It. No. t8 7:00 A. v. No. 32 S!S3 r. m. :. r No. 2 1 leaves Lou. s'oor m. arr, at r ranlilort 8:05 P. M No. 20 C. & O. . . . 5:1 a p. m 3:00 P. M. No. 28 leaves Lou. S'ooA. M. arr. Frankfort 11:05 a. m Trains So, 23 anil at both connect for Cincinnati, arriving tliere at tr.t$ noon, and 7:15, r, m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Shelby villc. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 A. m and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 P. M., will carry ngers between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntcrmedhtc pjints. Nos. 27 and iS are Sunday trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. , Leave Louisville Leave Frankfort. 10:27 a. M. The Diane Club will, until further notice, meet at the Court House on the second Tuesday evening in each month. book containing a number of open accounts'. Finder please leave same at this aftice. Lost. Small memorandum The City Council on Tuesday ordered the city clock set up to solar time again and the charge was made Thursday morning. The cholera is spreading in France, but it is thought it wiJ.l not cross the Atlantic this year, though we may look out for it next year. The river and harbor bill parsed the Senate Tuesday, and Kentucky river will get S2.")0,0!)0 enough to repair Lock No. o and build Lock No. G. Good enough. - Mrs. S. E. Dunlap attempted to drive his horse past a moving train on Broadway, Monday morning, when the animal turned short around, threw him out of the buggy, overturned and smashed it up. r A large crowd attended the game of base ball at Lake Park yesterday afternoon, between the Emmetts, of Louis- The City Is to receive 820,000 cash for the old water works, and as she has $23,000 of school bonds falling due in a short time this amount could be used very advantageously In liquidating that indebtedness and save $1,380 interest on that amount. The Fourth was a rather quiet day in tho city. The colored people celebrated the day with a street parade in the morning, a picnic at Lake Park, and a cantata at the Court House in the even-im- r. Many went to Louisville for the day, the Presbyterian Sunday-schowent on an excursion down the river on the Freese, and the game of bane ball in the afternoon caught all thoc who were sufficiently energetic to walk down to Lake Park The Weitzel block on St. Clair street is rapidly approaching compeltion and is being occupied as fast as tho rooms are gotten in readiness. Messrs. C. & J. Weltzel have reopened their ice cream saloon in tho upper story of the first building, while the second will be occupied next week by the Old Kentucky Saloon on the first floor, Col. Sublett has already moved the office of the U. S. Engineers into two of tho upper rooms, the other rooms will shortly be occupied as sleeping apartments and offices. In the third story is a largo room extending over both buildings, which is intended for hops and suppers. The other two buildings of the block will be occupied by Messrs. Weitzel & O'Donnell as a fancy store and the new Public Printers as a newspaper office. The entire block will have a pavement of stone flagging in front and will present an exceedingly handsome appearance. ol are selling beef till the way from eight to fifteen cents per pound, plenty of It and that that Is good. We buy nothing but the best, consequently have nothing mean to sell. Our lambs are of the Southdown breed, well fatted and large, and a hind quarter will only cost you $1.2"), fore quarter $1.00. Call and see us; we are always ready to wait on you. Respectfully "We E. POWER, I Broadway street, opp. Merriwether Hotel. Glass jars and tin fruit cans for sale at Buckley's. A fine selection of walking canes at Philip Selbert's very cheap. 403 Cuutciikr & Stephens, MANUFACTURER OF w f I I Galvanized Iron Gornioss, Window Hoods, &of. A full line of fancy goods at F. Heeney's, 311 Broadway. water-closet- s, TIN, SHEET IRON AM) COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED Bath rooms, kitchen 1ST sinks, and everything in the plumbing Buckley w business can be done at Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it his never failed in a For Rent. House of Ave rooms, single instance to give satisfaction. The UPexifeGt rESaailgrS, with gas in all the rooms and good which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. cistern in the yard. Apply to W. C. Herndox. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and "Enameled m Ware, and all kind9 of Tinware) Seven different kinds of Ice Cream Freezers; At Cost. Philip Selbert, the jeweler, Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds if Coal and offers hlsentire stock of Xickle Clocks Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smal est to the largest. at first cost. COLUMBIA COOK STOVE, Nice dressed pork at Burckhardt's. Farmers can buy' iron rooting at Buckley's cheaper than shingles. For choice Southdown lamb go to Burckhardt's. Veal and lamb chops every morning at Noel ik Jeff'ers. Spring lamb at Noel & , Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; ') in, Slate and Iron Roofing a specialty, and lor whioh he h celebrated ah over the otate, May 31-i- y CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, No. 139 Main St., Over Grntcher & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House; Jeffers. Fou Sale A fine young cow, good Go to Burchardt's meat store for ville, and the White Halls.. The game milker, with calf by her side. Apply choice beef. was interesting throughout and resulted to Mrs. A. M. Russell. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY in a score of 17 to 0 in favor of the Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Fon Salk. Either one of two good visitors. They play again world lor Cuts, of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. in Tiik Why will the people of horses; will work anywhere. Apply Bruises, Bkst Sai.vk the Soies. Ulcer?, Salt Rlieiim, Fever Sores. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Mr. Louis Weitzel lias Just fitted up to Dr. Smith. in elegant style the room next to the Hosiery and underwear a specialty and all Shin Eruption, and positively cures home. Oct. 25-- tf. Piles, or no pay reuuired. It is jiuarnnteed confectionery, of Messrs. C. fe J. Weit-ze- l, at F. Heeney's, 311 Broadway. to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundm in his new block, and will reopen ed Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Jos. LeCompte. Ice cream freezers, granite, tin and the Old Kentucky Saloon there in a few days. Ho will keep none but the finest ennmaled kettles at bottom figures at liquors and will keep a first class house. Buckley's. ANNOUNCEMENT. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. to-da- y. 4 Miss Augusta 'Dauber, of Mr. Otto Von Worries, formerly of this city but now of Louisville, and Mr. C. F. Proehl, of that city, were married at the residence of Mr. E. L. Meagher, on Main street, at noon Monday, by Jtev. E. A. Penick. They left the uno afternoon for their future homo in Louisville. step-daughter Report of the Chemical Analysis dipt. J. CHAMPION FOR SHERIFF, C. JACKSON is the candidate of the Of Uc.r sent by the Capital Hrewing Co., Frnnkfoit, on May 24th, and received May Republican party fur sheriff of Franklin county. 26th, 18S4: COMPOSITION. Specific gravity Absolute nlcohrl. by volume Ditto by weight 1.02. Election August 4th, 1831. .Percent. Per cent 4 i- 'i 5.68 B FOR JAILER. I orcby announce mysolf a candidate- for reelection to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Pemocriitle party. DAN SHEEIIAN. Wo nro authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE aH 11 cumliilato for Jailor of Franklin county, rubject to tho action of the Democratic-party- . Wo aro authorized to announce R0HT. STONE us a candidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of the DeiuoorutioPurU. Wo arn authorised to announce NOAH 00 INS as a candidate for Jnilor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Douiooratlo party The ladies of the Hart Memorial Association of Lexington are getting up an excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort for the benefit of the Association. The- train will leave Lexington on the 21st of July and the tickets will bo good returning until the 6th of August. The faro for tho round trip will be 11.00. 'lota! Acid, (Acetic, &C.) ' A Total Solid Matters . . . . 1 he solid matters contain (dritd at 212.0 Gummy and Nitrogenous Malt sugar Ash. or mmeral'in.itters 53 F.) matter. Per cent 3- 4.75 105 6.12, , At tho election of officers of Capital No. (J, I. O. O. F., Monday FOR CITY ATTORNEY. evening, tho following were chosen for I hereby announco myself a candidate for the the ensuing six months. Win. Howe ofllrc of City Attorney, subject to the actiou of tho Democratic party. XV. C. IIERNDON. Williams, Noblo Grand; Fred U. manufacture. Staines, Vice Grand ; W. S. Dehoney, It is evident, therefoie, that this is gmul FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Secretary; Nat. F. Kichardson, Treas- sound Jitur, made of Malt and Hops of good Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky, We nro authorized to announco JAS. A. urer; Hen. Firestone, Host. This quality. as a candidato for reelection to the makes tho thirtieth election In succesROUT. PETER & SON. ofilcoof County Attorney, subjcot to tho action sion for Air. W. S. Dehoney. of the Democratic party. An End to Bone Scraping. Wo aro authorized to announco BEN. (1. wel-- 1 Robert Coleman, a former Edward Shepherd, of larrlsburg, 111., WILLIAMS nsa candidate for County Attorney, known colored citizen of this city, son says: "Having received so much benesubjoot to tho action of the Democratic i'urty. of the late Undo Wins. Coleman, who fit from Electric Hitters, I feel it my know has been living in Colorado for the duty to let suffering humanity my leg FOR ASSESSOR. it. 'Have a had running sore on past ilvo years, was in the city tho first We nro authorized to aunnunue W. II. HAWK for eight years; my doctors told mo 1 of the week. He came to claim as his would have to have the bono scraped INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin Comer, Capital Sq.-u.arbridu Miss L. II. Newman, who has or leg amputated. I used Instead three county, subjcot to the action of tho Deuiocratin Clint c si. Street, 2Tort2i.esi.st been teaching in tho Colored Public bottles of Klectrlc Bitters and seven party. lea's Arnica Salvo, and Wo of Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done to announco LEWIS School in this city for several years. boxesleg Bucknow sound and well." ate authorized Is my Thursday at tho Electric Bitters' are sold at fifty cents a II ARR0D as a candidato for Assessor of FrankThey were married on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. residence of the bride's Undo in Des bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo at lin county, subject tho action of the Democrutlo party. Jan. 2oe. per box by Joo LeCompte. Moines, Iowa. Lodge, Calculated to a gallon there is a little over fluid ounces of Absolute alcohol; 641 grains of malt Sugar; about 23 grains Jof Acetic ami other acids; about 1S4 grains of Ash, and 2,743 giams of gummy and Nitiogenous solid matters diied at 212 F. The nioper test showed the absence of any injuiious metalic substance in the beer, as well as of Sulphate of Lime, which would have been piescnt if guctst! had been ucd in its 7 MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, VI0-fiET- T 1 Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. SIANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. e. 6-l- y VdipttpJMMtfajBJpjMJMBJMJBJBJMJM H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS FOR Ch'nn, Dr. D.Mimioy, Diyidso'n, Daily, CI nienl S X I'lik.-r- , Hid To hut GOOD ItCAtTH th UTGR nntt l fcpnt tnordrr. P ikcr, El P ice CITY ATTORNEY, Antioch. Dm'igl.iss, Aithur I (i John. C'd Dvi. I) unci I. I is S Dr J S I'lVIIC, (Sen I. Dr.SANFORD'S Chesapeake and Ohio Mm;, 1 HEW YORK. R .id in 1'gbeit, Bud AUGUST 4TH,1884, rXTTlTD. Kniis, Jake U place in August, 1SS(5. Messrs. L. L. Conway, H. Finccl, of Frankfort, Mrs. Frank Kendall, oi Belle Point, Messrs Moore, of Cedar Hun, Prof. Fear.-- , of Scott county, were at Antioch last Sunday. The most of the young men had their girls with them. We regret that we could not learn their names. A lady friend of ours takes great pleasure in raining chickens, guineas, Last Saturday night she heard a great commotion among her pets. She jumped out of bed, proceeded to the of disturbance accompanied by her dog. Shep. She heard something in the weeds, and on looking about a black object lying on the Shep after it. Shep ground. She shook, and bit it his best, our friend encouraging him by clapping her hands and saying "sick him, sick him; Hiako him, Shep; you'll steal my chickius, will you." After some time she called the dog off, got a board and rolled the object on it and brought it to the bolide to the light, when lo! it was one of her chickens. "Well, she didn't say any cuss words, but imagine her thonirhts if von iim. to be quite a contention There in the Stoney Creek school district in regard to who .shall touch the next .school. This is all wrong. The people elect their trustees to attend to this business and when they or a majority of them select a teacher it should be final. If the patrons of the school have to decide such questions, why have any trustees? Select your best, most intelligent men to the office, and then sustain and encourage them in all their legal, official acts. It is a too common error that the people have fallen into, to think that anyone can act as a trustee. He should be the bet man, mentally, and socially in the district. It often happens that the patrons elect a man merely to fill up the quota. They sav lie can do no harm, the other two will time this man rule him; but incour.-eo- f becomes chairman then what a spectacle. Fnable to read or write, knowing as much about school government as lie does about theology, will undertake to dictate to the teacher how he shall s conduct the .school. Again, of the .strifes and contentions in school affairs are cau-e- d by such men. As you have opened your eolum's for the discus-ion of school matters. Let some write on theapathy of the people, in regard to the common school question, Nix. its cause and cure. c. -et Mrs. Joo Roberts is very sick nt FIRST present writing. Tho. Hunter is suffering from in Ayres, Hugh Alhrittrm, Alfred flamatory sore eyes. risd Barbara Hughes, of Grassy Hrowder, S P Spiinjrs, is visititg her sister, Mrs. llrawiier, A. G Uerry, Geo F George Lewis. Lucy Semones, of Tucker's Hanett, I) C C Mis Guy branch, was the guet of her Aunt, Hnrrett. I limn Uerry, Mrs. Nettie Semones, last Sunday. llntelicr, Moses A largo crowd at Antioch last San Hod, Martin day to hear Elder Polk South. Bro. Hniita, E L South's next regular appointment will Utickley, Lee be the ."th Sunday in August. Dohtin, jos. We were glucl to meet our young Urowii.'Dr. G DA friend.!. 1). Graves, of Quarry Springs, Uanfa, 11 G last Saturday. I le has been trying city llttsli, Geo life in Louisville, and it seems to agree Dales, James Hlaney. Rev J McC with mm. Mi?s .Mary Lee Glorc, who has been Hush, Joseph attending the Deaf and Dumb Insti Hull, S C tute at Danville, returned homo lat Uohannan, John V Thursday week, to spend the vacation. Belts, Chas Coleman, Jno V She is looking very much improved. So it -- corns that our editor was mis- Cain, John Coke, Win taken in regard to the time of holding Ci ad dock, the election for county ofHeers. Mr. Chuate, EdG W, sr Graves Deputy Clerk on reference to Chiles, R T -, informs us that it takes Carter, Tlios the -" poll-book- Eniineisou, Odic I'ci'hiin. Dan I'miutiv, Stephen Fincel, (.'lias Finnell, Lewis Castleman, L Cassell, J H B Coleman, Lewis Con way, Cahl ell Cnplingcr, Albert Cain, Amlievv Cole, Joseph Pilfer, Adam Dunig.iii, 11 C Dr.inc, Geo C Dotson, Henry Diane, Paul S Diane, Geo 1C Dorsey, Henry Duke, Geo Evans, Zack Fl vnn, Nick Feathei stone, Chas Jouett, Landon Fuhs, Stephen Jordon, Chas Foote, Volney Johnson, Henry (Joins, James Johnson, L F G ibber. Henry Kessler, Walter Gray. W H Keenon, Bud Grcijn, Grant Kent, E Glowgowei, R Kent, W S Griffin, Andy Kennedy, Frank Kavanaugh. Rev II II Gcers, II L (Joins, Sanford sr LeCompte. Joseph Giay, John T Lewis, Geo A Hume, Dr E E Larkin, Jim Tom Henderson, John Lnulsey, 1) W Harris, Sol Long, Jack Heiancourt, Oscar Lane, L C Ilatchitt, Dr J G LeCompte, Chas Hutchinson, Thos J Miles, I N Hudson, DrT II McCaity. Tim Ilnnis, Thos J McEw.ui, Win Holmes, W T Merchant, C W Hutchison, John Mai shall, LB Ilairis, WH McRery, R W Hammond, Lon Mattel n, II G Harvey, Dick (col) McGiew, Milton Holmes, S B Marshall, Ben Mosby, Spencer Jilson. R B Moshy, Win James, C E Massey, Roht JiKuii, R II jr Maicum, Geo B Kirtley. Jo in E Merchant, Hunt Kaltenbi mi, Moore, E P Kemiiill. ('UroiiLU M oi gan, W B Keeiiini. U.ieilo Morgan, Frank T t Stephens, J Watt Suter, Jesse Thompson, James Terrell, Jas jr Taylor, C E sr. Taylor, C E jr. Tucker, Dan Vallandinghani, A W Vallandiiigliain, G R w,mner, Fakj Wci'A-l- . Runv.in, W T Kndgcrs. J imes Ries. John Robiiisiin, Doimis UichnriNnu. Dudley Russ II. J C Ramsey, Lewis Reuok. I iccn'go Silender, Geo Sullivan, Jno F Sanders, Capt Sam S.nvvier, Dr N J Saffell Win M Smith, Dr S F Silar, Jno sr Sullivan. Mike South, W T B Snced, Jno L Shea, Allen Sliced, W II South, Samuel Smith, P F Sullivan, M A Shea, Samuel J Sawvier, Henry Sneed, W C Sower, John Rii'nan, j, W T KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST I'OR 1. the ONLY LINE RUNNING FOR NEW SLEEPING PULLMAN CARS INVIGORATOR KfnrllrlnA find frtiHlRAJHtn rpiiHinir Trritii ftncrftllCtea . ...- -. I niiaA 1L- - T Or lorifidcnnaiTion ni mu i.ivvr; dui;j 1 jubi. DR. SANPORD'8 LIVER w jm i. in namo lmpllcb; e Veirotabio nvcr A SOLID TRAIN I'ROM T...HJtM 11..A....t.ln .1.'.. HciKliichp, Khoimatiim, otc. An invnhmblo Family Medicine. For full.irtformntlon send your on a.postil enrd for lto paeo book ontho "Ltvor nnd its OispiiHSS," to DIU bAMOHD, 24 Dunno StrcPt, Now York. ..! nsjiiiwo.in, HflalA Rlk'a LOUIS VI LLE, FRANK FOKT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. .... Watches, h Clacks, Siipiiig,k KENTUCKY, WASHINGTON CITY. 00NHE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAIUS FOE SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. NEW "STOS.K. ROUTE TO ALL CAROLINA FOIMTS TIIK DIRECT WATCH MA.KER, Successor to B. F. Meek, Mnln Street, Frankfort, Ky., continiivs the wntch repairing business at the old stand. By promptness mill careful work lie hopes to merit thii piitrnnnpo of those ho desiro to hnvc their wntcliC' repaired without riiimnge being done them. Surveyors' compasses repaired nnd other instruments requiring delicate mid accurate ndjustuient. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND nitWlt U1I (ill.' I WVirz i, Wil iins.' . Wig;ei--i- Mill . sr II P, sr J L , Mai shall, Geo Dean, John Fitrr, C C Felhner, E A Forbes, Timothy Fianklin. Walter Fisher, Bernaul Franklin, Robt B French, Win, jr French, Sidney Farleigh, Geo Farleigh, Dave Glore, John Gale, J W Gault, Jno W Graham, W L Graves, W D Green, Wan en Griflen. Ino D Giay, FV Graham, J W Glore, Jno Adam Green, Thos Glore, L W, jr Goidon, Win Gaines, W H Goin, Canada Gaines, Quincy Gieenup, Jns J Gayle. R H Hudson, W P Huffman, Geo Hughes, Win J Hughes, E J Ihile. II J McEuan, Hunt Nonell, lames Oliver, Chas E Pajne, Jno W Pattie, II Parker, WO Pea ice, J W Parker, W W Pendleton, Jno M Rodman, Fiank Rodman, Jos L Rodman, John Rodman, Hugh Robinson, J D Rodman, Thos, jr, jr Rodman, Thos, sr Rodman, Thos, jr Rodman, Jno W Rodman, G R Rodman, Willoughby Richardson, X F Shuck, T P Stephens, Adam Stephens, Matthew Showalter, W B Strobridge, Wm Smith, Tab Smith, Manuel ShacMcfoid, James Stephens. II T Stanley, W H Shackleford, J C Smith, Geo W Stevenson, Milton Smith, Sam R Stanley, Frank Taylor, E II, jr LiilU, LilIU, Lu-ch- I'M P,t u.i 1. C W iiti'sid-- s, W inds, i !eo V.i M Lutkemier. W Willivn W.ir.l, P. fie!. i. Mr. S. Ayres. nnd from ray long acquaintance with him ns a workman, do not hesitate to commend him ns eviry way capable of meeting tho expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. For tickets nnn further Informntit n, npjily to your ncurett tickit ifliie, or nildritd, W..I.11KR0, W.E.ARNOLD, . , AdveiUalnuAgt., Ticket nnd Agt. 3411 H'cat Main Street, Louigvillo, Ky. C.W.SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Geneial Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., In retiring from business in Frankfort I take Richmond, Virginia. pleasure in e.prestng my entlro confideneo in Pos-s- MEW PLANING MILL. Sept. HO-- tf Sij; Lynch, Dan r Lee, Ros Lvneh. I'ci.iiis jr Long, W II Lewis. Rev J M Lewis, Jos B Attest : Williams, Ben (J Wi glu. Ben : Wil.tnn.. Wiley C .:!!,.. i, Gei Wells, Win R Williams, M II P, jr Yeagle, Geo V. V GRAY, City Clok. J. M, First-Clns- Having recently added to his Establishment s WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, to furnish all kinds of W. T. RUNYAN, Hhs It now prepared just received li is spring and summer stock of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fraraps, Molding Al.HO wiEEraaiD Ayres, Samuel Averill, W II Aldndge, R M Allen, Robert Berherich, V Bush, W P D Bridgeford, Charles Black, Thomas Brobston, Carter "WJEVD. Macklin, Geo B Macklin, T B Morton, John Henry Macklin, W C Mosby, Essex Marlow, W II Moore, Jesse McChue, A II McCluie, R K STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work. Stair Work May 15. tf. & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Stylo. DRY GOODS NOTIONS. Gall and see bim. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. &C. "BLUEGRASteBOUTE" Shortest and Quickest route fiom TO ALL TO NTS Blauton, Fied Chi nn, W J Crockett, J G Conners, 1 hos Case, Jason M Congleton, Wm Crittenden, F R Casper, Chas Noel, Fiank Nicol, Watt Norwood, Chas Netherton, Jno O'Connor, John sr. Prewett, John W Pepper, R P Penick, Rev E A Phillips, E A CENTRAL KENTUCKY, NORTH, EAST, WEST, 1110 SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN T ii3m. LEXINGTON vrprrnm nrniT-TTSouth-Houn- AND CINCINNATI. i834. , Casper, Heiman Combs, Henry Dais, Charles Dudley, A W Darsie, Rev Geo D.nis, Squire Diiscoll, Dan Dudley, J Gjr SCHEDULE IN EtTECT JUNEJBTH, Pendleton, Henry Price, J Lampton Pfetzner, Pete Payne, Daniel Quinn, J J Rodman, James PROF. HARRIS' ABadicalCuro orssuU vcitncn aud do- cay, nrt O'jmcroui co NoTi; Daily. No. 6. No. 12 Daily Daily Ex, bun. Ex, bun. I Tobin, Richaid Thompson, W C Taylor, J Swigert Tliomasson, Z T Thomps in, R A Todd, Alex T Utterhack, J. B. Uttei back, Williams, Williams. Williams, W K W Drvden, Jno B Du'vall, Dr B F Dawson, Merrett Davis, I Rogeis, Ben Rody, John Stephens, J jr. &v&& Ill a n from youthful lLdlet3. ttens, tea frco lmlulrcr. e, n4 over brain work. Do not temporize wlilla iaS .nnmlM li.plr in Vfltl IT1. 4 l.nM Krln". li mM cn by rcicnt!oua claim ol M Hughes, FC C Herndon, Hall, Dr. W H Humphries, J S Hcmhie, Lorenzo H Hairod, Jno S nine-tenth- Programme Of the Franklin County Teachers Association, to be held in the City School Building, Frankfort, on Saturday, July oth, 18S1, at !)a. m.: Hudson, W P, jr Holder, Thos J Heeney, James Jett, Peter Jeffries, W II Jones, Jno L Johnson, Jno Will Jett, W L Johnson, J S Johnson, Ben Sam luuett, F E Johnson, Hanod. J W II R Minus Williams, Dr U V Williams, Anthony Williams, Lucien Weitzel, Gabe Wavt-- , Willis Watkins, II L Williams, Isaac sr Wayts, Merritt Williams, Russell White, Annstead White, Alonzo Williams. Price Wilson, R B Evans, Harry Ely, Dr James Ferguson, Richard Finney, Reuben Ford, Thos. B Fnliy, Jno L Flynn, W T Flynn, Chas F Fahy, Ed Ford, Dan Giant, Ed Gieenup, Kitt Gibbons, James Graham, Jas II Goins, Philip Ilarvie, Jno S Harvie, L E Ileffner, Jas W Stephens, John Salander, Andy Sheehan, Dan Stoll, Charles Sheehan, W P Salyeis, Sam Sell roff Joseph Sanders, Alex Subh-tt- , D L Simons, Moses Sage, J L Stenbeuranch, Chas Snyder, AJex Samuel, E L Sower, James FOB SPERMATORRHEA hv rpmnillt for t!lC5d troubles Oct our frco clrcu; lar aad trial jiacaago aa learn important facts befora tiklng treatment cUcnhcre. 'XiVe IMPOTENCY. JtS?estod tor over 0 yoar3 Xij use In thou sand of cases. TRIAL PACKAGE a r moly that bat curca tl vatioli. and docs not ln tcr'ero ft lib attention to business or cause pain or inconFoandcil on wl venience. r'l'lc,P'i! cntiflo medical rowing in fa or end rcpuin tlon. Direct application to tb teatef dlsca- - makes 1U ipe. delay. Tho natural funs, ticno of toe human Covington . . . S.io p m Kihncjuth . . . 9,23 p m Cyntlitana . , . io.io p in Arr 1'ari 10.40 p Arr, Lexington, . . . 11.15 p m kS: O K'y Le Lex. C Arr. incnotcr " Lve. 1'aris . . . . 10. jo p m Arr. Winchester 11. 15 P m t uiciiCstcr . l.vc 11 30 p ni Arr. Hiclimond . 12,20 a Arr. Lancaster . . Arr. Rowland . . 111 111 n.G 12 12 8. so y 55 11,00 a a a a 20 p o p mS P .16 p So PJiii 5.25 p ni u.oo p in .05 p in 6,:o p in .10 p ni. 7.14 p m Si. 32 p m 8.55 p m in m m ni in in m in 2.00 p m 3.38 p in 4 44 p 111 5 17 p ni 6.00 p ni No. North-Houn- 3. Daily. Lve. Rowland Lve. Lancaster Lve. Richmond 1.25 Arr. incnester. . , 225 iS: O K'y Arr. Lex. C Lve. Lexington . , . 3.00 Arr, Paris Lve. Winchester 55 Arr. Paris, . . . 3.3o Lie. Paris . . , 3.40 Arr Cyntliiana . 407 Arr. r.ilmouth , Arr. Cn illfit'ill . 6 05 MAYSVILLE ira nro Ufa anlma'ln? Tno TU restored. cf elenienti bl:U ha-- j ,bci No. 1, Daily, r: nun co a 22 40 IS lx, sun. 6.00 a m 7,00 a m 7.25 8,10 7. so 8.05 8.10 8.46 No, n, Daily, Vunt, Stephen Vtint, Thaddeus F. V. GRAY City Clerk. Attest: SBC03ST2D "VvT'.XD. Andeison, Jim Meagher, M J Meek, Jnu B Miles, jno E M. mgaii, L sr Meagher, Dan jr Meagher, Ed Meagher, Dan sr Meriwether, D invocation. Address Object Association B. Ford. Essay School discipline and benefit of the Biislau, Jerry Cols. B. D.Allen and T. Burns, Thomas Miss Mary Merna. Address J. lL.Fears, of Scott county. Essay How to teach the primary branches Mrs. Agnes Franklin Select Heading Miss Lulie Wlurcl. General discussion. All teachers and friends of education are cordially invited to attend. Tikis. JIi'xtkh, C. H. Pakkkxt, T. E. Utthkhack, Committee, A Startling Disoovery. Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes that his wife had been .troubled with acuto Bronchitis :for many years, and that all remedies tried gave no permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, which had a magical effect, and produced a permanent cure. It is guaranteed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial bottles free, large bottles SI. 00 at JoeLe-Compte- 's Drug Store. Church, Richard Cornelius, J D Cox, Stephen, jr Cohen, Lee Mangan, L jr L'oliannaii, R A Mosley, John Meriwether, A P Brvan, E P Meagher. Jeiry Bullock, Robt McDonald, Pat Biadley, W E McEwau, Alex Bohannan, Jos P I "on way, McCauhlle, Jas L L Callahan Dan (depot) MtCauliffe. Con McCauliffe, Con jr Craik, William McDonald, I) C Ciowley, Mike McCaity, Dan Church. I M Xickles, M Crumbaugh, Jno Noonan, Mike Church, R C Newman, Pal .sr Cru tcher, D C Noonan, John (Fox) Collins, M A Xoouafi, Charles Collins, C E Newman, Thos Conway, Jno P Newman, P.ujr. Church, G T Han In, Buhr, Geo Buckley, Mike Buckley, John T Black, J W Brisliin. Jno A Brislau, Tho J Matthews, Jas John M Tood, Jas M Tate, James W Tobin, L Todd, II I jr Thomas, L A Heffner, Thos jr Albert Hermann, Lee Thornton, Henry Haly, D L Todd, James, jr Halleck, Jeiry Todd, T J Haly, Tim Todd, II I jr Haly, Cornelius Terry, Richard Todd, Geo D Harris, Claiborne Haly, EJ, jr Tobin, Jno L Hagel, Harry Williams, W II Weitel, Louis .offers, B Johnson, Ed C (cold) Wmu, Fiank Julian, Ira Wnscncr. W II Kl.iss, Samuel Wntion, II H Labrot, L Whitehead, J no sr Lindsey, Wm Woiklriilyc, Noel Lindscy, John B Ward, Heverly Lee, Thomas Ward, Jno Waters, Jno T Letcher, Geo Letcher, Jack Weitel, Chas Lefever, M T Watson, Dudley Milam, B C Weitzel. Henry Meagher, fohn Whitehead, Jno (col) Murphy, Dennis Walker. J W Attest: F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. 15 riuen Kalnft .h...rtii -t hwh'. tronittU rajidly. RFVD "ODRESS OO., M'f s Chemltti. uintiiQ onfUlF -"-,r v i.'" ? una 8003 Kona":r.r ot., ou jvu,, -- p ni P ni p m p in a a a 45 P 35 P S P 5 P 00 p a a a a M MOITH'8 TREATMEMT, 83 J 2 M0MTHS.S5 J S M0NTH8. 7, 15 50 57 P ni 9 55 35 P m 11 30 111 p p ni a a a a UUANCH. THE ONLY TRUE North-Houn- moN TONIC FACTS RECARDINQ No. 55, Sunday Only. 7.00 a m 7.45 a m 8 10 8 30 111 L. No. 51, Daily. Sun. a a a a a a D.ul). Ex. Sun. 2 4 5 5 Lve. Covington . Lve Lexington . Lve. P.iri. . . . Arr Millerxhurg Arr. Carlisle . , , Arr. Johnson , , Arr. .Nlajsville, , South-Houn- a a in 917 a ni 9 48 10 00 a m to. 30 No. 56," Nc. , Sunday Daily. Only. Ex. bun, 15 p in 1.57 p m 1 7.25 8.15 8.40 9.00 00 p m 30 p in so jl III 47 P m C.07 p in 7.00 p nt 745pm Daily, Ex, .Sun. 12.44 p m 1.28 p m in in in Le. Maysville Lve D? Hatter's Iron Ionic. li Bill nurlfy ami cnrluli llio BLOOD, rcfrulatq i nit lliu LIV&Rii'l tCIDMEYS, ftiuriiusio Hit tlioio Iir.fti.Tn und VIGOR ofVOUTHI 111 UN t'illC Arr, Paris, . . Arr Lexington. Arr. Covington Johnson Lve. Carlisle. Lve. Millcrsuurc . . . 5 2.45 p m 3 05 p in 3 30 p in 111 6,30 a 7 21 it 7 44 45 a m 12.05 p m 111 a in 1.47 p 8 10 a in 2 10 p 4 15 p 9,10 a in Coo p 0.05 p in j 11.3-- a 5.35 P 111 in in iTBAtir Utltf " SlSfll I sure oi nominal sifzL AipIictioiiiucUrtnclftibrfttef imIumh. lrueHf tUfliirtlklUiultd vritb no n or iutaTcniiDoe. Ml doea Tbi Pel dm tuc remcl j U i iuittUrt witb tb btdiouj puriulti u Jiff, Ttl moI f utstmtot tM too.) it Uit la tttj t.ow ff trt cm, n4 Jfct aclironouDM4 luoorw. Th U ii uo noahuM About tbli iircptratioii. tbitri itloa tBftblM U Urtly furntf tbfti It will rtrt perfct Mtlifftetiba, It U too ct lil by Ibf Jtfidichl f rofiiiloti to U tW inoit rttlonAJ unul nt ducov red of rtwtUc wt curini tbU vir prcrftlcnt trout It, Tb tUnwdy U . N. I (Ust n( ihontk), 3( K. t feuBUUkt U f"t Up U MM boist, three tlfWt thrstmnttihA, Mmftitenl Ns t, WBlwwIatMtrtrMM)! f rtM), Jdmtui tfruul, mU4 U caiiMiDM ah4 ifUm iuf In lltu tM ft. (ftbi 1 3 oT 1U An enllrely New tnipotitively effective liemedv (ur tho tnetdv aiii Derminert jumissioas ana xmvoiouoy wv cnijr j DU. IIAUTEB'H IBON TONIO n f..lu ami e ii;utly l III U. II UIIH It Iflir IIIKI livnill.j mi i.ni- Tlltl SlIlMIHISt IthlllllOII, III III!) MlllIC l llll. It UTKII'" liniV TtlNIt! l lliltl liciliclit altflll ill nlcoiinU'irillliiirliui'mlj milled I" l III llico'lln.il. IDiiii tin in hllyufsuulii-iilll- KMT. lliu OHIfilNAI. A.N1J lu ixpoi llliHlt-K- Ct I i Mlf.lll.Wllllt ill Aflltc. ii"k fle..ll ll!l 'V,1k,K,, with Iiiiiik illiilu mill wiiinidllll Tin vv. fciillven i fi"i;l u lii;w niii.rliM anil lu-tliu iiiliid 1111U iiMilkij I lain Wr. pocillw lo liiulrVJx iiViimi n L A. E?I I lllillt.CS-lli!- ., t-- ES .Ht.l,OiiK .Mu.,for our "DUEAM M'lilli.r .tnmirii anil i:b. fill Inlornilitlon, nn. HAnTcn's InoN Tonio is foh 8alc by ' r'wir tun UKAkEriu uvtiiTricnci ;:) all Blreraida, Onl. The dry cllaotn curve. Foee, Ituoat, Lunus, fait Idea, 80 p., routo. coat, froo. MNTAMUM. mii Noiwood, Joseph Overton, A W O'Donnell, Hill Owens, Johnjr Pow er, Ed Paul, W F i HARRIS ce4 ruf itfets t4 hi the MMI MMniui REMJEDV OO. Htrceto. Market und dHM iinuuHifiiin ejbi1 Iko lttf life, I iirii M if wuisui-"- n misuihiksi i iuHisiina,VBM,B fl re ereJ KpfiMI anting, n4 lit 1 M ktferieJ Mated tot flliui MF'O WT. I.OUIH. MO. .CHEMISTO, MARRLAGE2W Irla9 know, Ototb nnd Built blndlnaW cts.papor 2So,I rar , F Capeto, Crutcher, R L Ciaik, Walter B Parrcnt, Robt Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. Exe- MIR. fTbc to Marriaiie, Ooaiiiltatlon ond l'amnnlwt WHlfflERmwMTi free" No, 10. dally, leavo Falmouth Accomodation. Covington, 5'25 P. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P, M. No 9, daily, leave1 Falmouth, 6 00 A. .M.; arrive Covington, 8.00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8,55 A. M.: arrive Falmouth, 1040 A. M, No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P, M arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M. Lexington and Paris Np. 52, daily except Sunday, cxmgun, y;Q , JJ, ItrtVK i,u., u..u. ni) .mire No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 V, M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M, Note to Passengers South Winchester Trains Nos 3,4, 11 and 12 run via Winchester and Paris only' Nos. 0 and via either Pari and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Fast Line. Nns, 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman bleeping Cars, between Ciiicin- 11.111 aim kiciiiiiuiiu, vii., iMewport newt, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and llavgago Checked to any destination reached by a railn ad. W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. II. MOUSE, Pass'r Agt,. Trav. Pass'r Agt., Covington, Ky. Lexington, Kv. C. W. SMI'l II, II. W. FULLEK, Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent. 1 .