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THE APATHY OF THE this vicin ( 4 Antioch, July 4th, 1884. Miss Annie Kersey, who has been When wo take into consideration tho vfsiting her father and mother, returnimportance of education, from a social ed home Sunday. or national point of view, we are ready We were out in to exclaim, is it possible, is it reason-nbl- and saw corn andthe country last week tobacco along the that the people feel no interest in education of their children? Could road that looked fine, but the weeds the we unveil the future and show to them looked better. what their children's position in the Mr. Richard Head, son of Mr. J. S social circle will be in years to come, Head, Monterey, has been visiting his when from under a father's care and the sister, Mr W. M. Combs. He returned influence of a mother's love, they would home Sunday. stand horrified and broken hearted at Mrs. W. P. Lawrence, who has tho sight. Yet it may be the sad fate been visiting her uncle, John Hnrrod of your child, you who take so little interest in its welfare, for you must re- and family, and Mrs. Win Combs, member that ignorance creates vice, returned home Sunday. and is the father of superstition and Tho funeral of Mr. Lonnie Harrod's error. wife was preached at the church at this What father will admit that he is place Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, training his son to All a convict's cell or by Rev. J. A. Peters, of tho Baptist a felon's grave? Where is tho mother denomination. Rev. Dr. Struvo preachwho would for onemomentharbortho ed in the afternoon and night. thought that her daughter is in training now in We for a life of disgrace and shame? The trade have but one boatLouisville the running from to hareidea is horrible,too horribleto think Frankfort. We guess she will advoyet remember, dear parents, you cate upon, which are the are unconsciously giving them their importedhigh tariff on things tho Kenfrom Louisville up start in that direction. flrst Now there is a cause for this apathy, tucky river as long as she has full sway. not one but many, and while I may The Steamer Fannie Freese passed not give the main cause, J wish to point down on tho 4th of July with a lively out what I regard as some of the prin- crowd of excursionists. They camped cipal causes in this case. at Cedar Lock, in the U S. buildings, 1st. Inferior or low grade of teachers, spread their table and had a regular I mean as to qualifications. These the jollification, and went rejoicing on their people are in a great measure respon- way home. sible for. Some favorite in a neighbor The finest game of base ball that we hood has nothing to do, or perhaps too too lazy to work, or it may be have had this season was played here proud or Eclipse they wish to engage in some other Saturday afternoon. M. T. homo vs. club business, or may want to marry and Six Mile Sluggers. Tho have not tho means, they apply for came out victorious. Six innings were the played without a the school, their friends urge their three innings the score, but inin 8 next visitors got and claim, the trustees know that the ap- tho home plicant is not qualified but it is one of our Six Miles, team 1G. Come down again, when you want the thing neighbors, or on any one can teach our Nix. school, ask the examiners not to be put on you. too strict, and all they wish is for him We have got the finest crop of babies Bridgeport. or her to teach this one school. The in this country that we ever saw. We having any saw at church Sunday morning, well examiners, not caring nor The farmers have about all finished interest in the matter, and having too we will not and say one goodness of heart to refuse, after hundred, but we think wo could say laying by corn. much Wo report several cases of cholera a mere formal examination grant a fifty more and not miss it much. We certificate, and lo, another teacher(?) can not sing much, mid we have not morbus this week. made. the money to buy an organ, and it is Prayer meeting at Franklin Church The next cause I will notice is tho well and good that we should have every Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. trustees, and here the people are alone some kind of music. Dr. Bartlet, of Lexington, will preach to blame, for as they say about the neighbors was afternoon teacher as about tho trustees, "any one to One of our the other day, on a visit at Franklin Church Monterey and told a at 3J o'clock. can act as trustee" and if it were true gentleman of that place that ho would in tho teacher's case it would be in this. give B. Russell and corn if he but if the people would only try it for- send him a turn of Tho Montereywould R.Messrs. W. F. and J. been in LouisJ). Armstrong have him a sack. gent men they have one year, select tho best would and for trustees, and give them to under- said he never, seen he did send a sack. ville this week. such a sack as it was. a teacher, and 1 have Our proposition in last week's Rouxn-ahou- t, stand that thoy wanted He not a mere puppet or makeshift, and end'got two 3V bushel meal bags, cut the "Resolve, that the present out of them and sewed then see that their children went daily together. one ofJ. H. was to send them method of examination of teachers is a Bro it to farce," was not Intended to reflect on to school, provided with the proper mill and have it ground and above all encourage and rey gent and he was not for the Monte- the efficiency of our worthy County books, satisfied stand by the teacher by words ard the 7 bushel sack, but sent a pillowwith Commissioner but simply to draw out slip leading educators on this question. deeds, treat him as your friend and as along to put in enough corn to pay tho A better way perhaps to put it would one in'whose care you have placed the tho toll at the mill If welfare and interest of your children, that is unreasonable wo anyone thinks be "Resolve that the decision of the refer in other words, do your whole duty, 1 them to the miller at will justLock, Attorney General requiring the Cedar of teachers is unjust." venture tho assertion at the end of the W. F. Lawler. Corn year you would be agreeably surprised. Wo grow it down here.don't cost much. Following is the proceedings of the Sand up Mr. Another cause is the ignoranco of the S. S., and get another turn next July Franklin County Teachers Asociation to the school laws, and people in regard held in tho Public School Buildin n) that their privileges and duties under that when when gives out. But bear in Frankfort, last Saturday: wo give corn away again we as teachers fail mind, law, and here I fear at 10 o'clock, Vice President T. the in one of our duties, for I believe that we will state got tonumber of barrels E.Met Utterback in tho chair. Prayer by that we have donate. the teacher should familiarize himself Captain. Col. it. u. Alien, rue nrst suoject m with the law and then preach it to the the programme, "The object of the people until they became familiar with County Teachers Association," was Antioch. it and understood their duties. discussed by Col. llen. His remarks This I think would awaken an interest replete with Wheat harvest over; oats next, throughout were only regret is sound in school matters that would surprise thought, and tho that mostof us; tills would necessitate the Wheat reported fine. all the teachers in the county were visiting of tho patrons by the teacher, Thomas Hunter visited friends at not present to enjoy this intellectual which is a very important duty. I North Fork this county. feast. fear I have trespassed too much upon Essays by Miss Mary Mcrna on Miss Lillio Goins left last Sunday on your space, and will close by hoping . . Mrs. to relatives In Shelby and Jeffer- "School Discipline,"teach Agnes Frankthat others will give us their views on a visit the primary lin, on "How to son counties. this important subject. branches," and Miss Lulio Wiard on MoitK Anox. Antioch to tho front again. Married, "Select Reading." These ladies hania Jefferson vllle, Ind, July the yd, Mr. dled their subjects in such a manner as Joseph Tutt and Miss Jennie Quire. to reflect credit on themselves and PKOGHAMME. honor to tho cause. Next. Mrs. Mary T.Runyan, being present, Of the Franklin County Teachers AssoSunday-schoat Antioch every ciation, to bo held in Public School day at half past nine a. m. Let allSun- made a fow remarks seconding the the courso pursued by Mrs. Franklin in Building, Frankfort, Saturday, August parents como and bring their children. teaching the primary brandies. On Kith, 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m.: everbody and welcome. 1st. Tho Relation of Teacher and Como the wholo tho meeting was a decided success. Patron, by Col. Thos. B. Ford. Misses Mary Leo and Nora Gloro Min- and Master George Gloro, spent bust lid. Essay Text Books-M- iss Conundrum. nie Gaines. Saturday and Sunday with their Undo ;id. Best method of teaching Arith Mr. Newt Haile, over the river. Editor Roundabout: metic, by floury lancei. Mr. Chas. Semones and Master Chas. Will some of your readers please 4th. Effects of good school houses on schools, by W. H.Parrent. S., Jr. of Tucker's Branch, and Wesley answor tho following question: 5th. Essay Tho School Teacher-M- iss McQuillan and lady were tho guests of A gentleman In this section has his Sarah Bell Mr. and Mrs. John V. Semones Sun- second wife, ho and his son married 0th. Best method of touching spoil day. Tho father has an infant son and the son an infant daughter. ing, by Prof S P. Browder. Mrs. Lucy Hoard and son. William, 7th. Select poem Miss lluth Robin- and Mr. A. R. Maddox,of Middletown, Now what relation are the parties to son. father and J oflerson county, were tho guests of each other children? 1son, their wives don't believe 8th. Qenorul discussion. Mrs. H.'s sister, Mrs. Noah Goins, this and their JQI Thos, Hunter, Jumbo, Minns Nemo, You Know, or week. C. H. Pahkent, any of the halanco of your numerous Mr. John Flynn and Miss Sallie correspondents can- solve tho problom. T. E. Uttkiiuack, Committee. Hopper visited Mr. James Flynn and E. Q. Lee. o, over-estima- te , ol family, of Cedar Run, last Saturday. Miss Sallie ought to have enjoyed the visit, as it is said she walked farther to find her horse than she rode after she found it We are requested to call tho attention of the president of the F. fc F. C. pike to the condition of the pike between Stoney and Flat Creeks. It is said that there are trees across it in places and it is in a miserable condition generally, and don't forget tho bridges. The Teachers' Association met last Saturday and had a very interesting meeting. The essay of Miss Mcrna and the selected piece of Miss Winrtl were beautiful and appropriate. Mrs. Franklin, on primary education, was excellent, and Col. Allen's address-w- ell, all who know the Colonel know that he gives a good one when he tries. The next meeting, the 3d Saturday in August, promises to be very interesting, and It is to be hoped that every teacher in the county will be present. In conversation with a citizen of Frankfort the other day, ho remarked that there were a large number of young men and boys in that place who had to work daily for their support, and could not attend the day school, thus being cut out of the advantages oi an education. He also s'ntod that the city was paying a teach r r 50) dollars a year to teach a training class. Now which is of the most in. ortance to the city, the education of these young men and boys or the training of a few young ladies as teachers? We don't object to the training class; it is a noble and praiseworthy object, and. is in the right hands, but it does seem to us that if tho city would run a night school with that $5M) It would have been a more charitable and worthyaet. Come, you are trying to put on city airs, now add this noble feature to your lists, and educate your deserving young men. The greatest good to the greatest number applies very well In this case. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots of, the following machinery : FERGUSON & MEEK Piano Twine Binder, Hew Warrior Mower, Manny's Independent Heaper and Mower, Minnesota Chief Thresher and Engine, All of which we claim are the best in the market. Tlothchild Checkrow Corn Planter, Manny's Mowers. Give us a call. FERGUSON mar. 22-t- & MEEK, f Capital Machine Works, FRANKFORT, KY. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! muse pay an casn. 1 nere are mousanas 01 iamuies wno nave an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who .can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they 7- -' EASY TERMS ! giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. r. H. BALDWIN WHOLESALE .Sc .1. H CULTKR. FRAN KFORT, KENTUCKY. Snli-smn- n, ZiliU May LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. H'oiipIi Avi'ntU', AND RETAIL DEALERS, CO., Fawcett Mary E Howell John Hoekday Maria HerveyMisWH Heator Weaver Kinninghani Louisa Limsey C W Lee Mollie Luekett Samuel Marshall G E Martin Sanely Pearce Andrew Nicholas Emma 1) Pony Jas G Purdy John Kiehardson .Mary Palter Willie Stucker 11 S Smith Joe Turley Sallie Whiteberg Lizzie Wilson Susan Blessing Tom Scot Mary Sollards John W Short Louis Bell Mrs Henrietta Bailey II P Crosswhile Mary Carr Susan Duncan Lucy Dozare William Advertised Letters. FnAXKroiiT, July 5, WM. CROMWELL 1S84. Elliott ST Foril Sam Himpton Louis Hooker Maggie Calnies Scot Bonnie Mollie Brawner W 11 F Burbrie W X Creans Pearl Attorney-at-law- , AND Real Estate Agont, Will pruetlci in the courts of the mljoiiiiii),' counties, nnil will oljo give spioiii attention t the purchase and iale oi reul est n t o jollt'ction of rents, cinitus, and tho negotiation ol luaiiH. 0 ill co opposite Court House . June 2j-- 1. j&lAt. 1 ?MV f .afttfa 1 ?My T ASfte T WS8 1 aMfe Wright Elor Watson Susie Fn.vxKi'ouT, Adams, A 11 Anderson, Lizzie Beaty, Ben Ilochl, Theresia Butler, Emma Clements, Austin Cayle, Henry Clay, Jennie Cole, William Dalton, Mary li Letcher, Maria Gillespie Halo, Henry Ky., July 12, 1SS4. McClollmid. v J I Nixon, Lee Harlow, Joseph Hughes, Mat Konon, It Jeniics, Maria Murphy, Dr John Lane, .las Y Murphy, Lucie B Morohoad, Mollie Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. J. G.JTatchitt, P. M. Tracy, Henry Williams, Billie Fawcett, J (' Harper, Alex Halsey, J M ihuloc, LizJo Jenkins, t'olley Schuobly, N Teller, Ritchevd Patterson, Annie Poles, Edward Hay, Hanna B Payer, Mira r , antrum W9fllHHMIH!NHIIHIIBIHlMlr MUHti'iP' IIAllannRknMkinHiUUUii iMMt 1 ra m si -- " SH M(V ftV JOBH FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. half-sister- s. Address DR. WARD & CO. Louitltni, Mo. Mr. Win, Thomas, of Newton, la., says: "My wile has been seriously effected with a cough for twenty-liv- e yenrs, and this spring more severely than ever before. She had used many remedies without relief, and being A LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED urged to try Dr. King's New Discovfor family use. Prompt Delivery, Full ery, did so, with most gratlfyhif res ilts. Weight, Bottom Trices. Tho llrst bottle relieved her very much, and tho second bottle has absolutely Telephone connection No. 30, cured her. She has not had so good A Great Discovery. Iout Mnnknod,Weakneaa and Dreay.Soiii luiUliinec,!c.nvclo)eVet.l)ruforltitscuuaillt A farorlto nrpBorlntlnti of one of ttio most noted ami successful speclulljtsin the U.S. (now tetlrodUor tho euro orJVerw.D,MWy, Choice f Coal Cheap. - health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store. Lurgosizo$1.00. GEO. B. MACKLIIT, Dec.8.f FRANKFORT, KY. mtmtlmmmtjimmimmmmm 3 FRANKFORT J UOdiNMBOUT, ntered atthe Frankfort, Kentucky . second class mailable mutter. post-offlco- at GEORGE A. LEWIS. Mr. John Cain is again operating his grNt mill at the foot of Main street, South Side, and will bo glad to have his farmer friends call and see him. Read his advertisement. M I The telegraph office windows have again been the centre of attraction this FRANKFORT. JULY 12, 1884. week, as the National Democratic Convention has been in session at Chicago and the proceedings have been THE WATER WORKS. bulletined there as fast as anything of The Contract Closed with Dennis interest transpired. The nomination Long & Co. of Gov Cleveland, of New York, for g President was announced tit 1J o'clock At the meeting of the Council yesterday afternoon. to closo tho contract for new water works, the Frankfort Water ComMrs. Agnes Franklin, of this city, pany, or in other words, Messrs. Dennfa has patented an attachment for a sleeve Long & Co., of Louisville, refused to button which is very simple, but very accept the offer of the City Council pubuseful. When in use it attaches the lished in our Inst issue, to sell them the cuff to the coat or dress sleeve and old water mains for 20,000 and pay holds it in position, so that the outer $0,000 ji year rent for 100 Are hydrants, garment can be removed without disand the city advertised for proposals placing it. All the ladies should have for the erection of water works, the bids attachment placed upon their sleeve to be opened on the 30th of this montr. the buttons, for it will prevent ruining the On Thursday evening Mr. William ends of their fingers in pinning their Eeinecke. attorney for Long & Co., re- cuffs in position, and the gentlemen turned to this city, got Ave of the Coun-cilm- should also have it, for it will enable together and proposed to comthem to wash their hands without gopromise the matter by paying the city ing to the trouble of unbuttoning their $20,000 for the old mains if the city cuffs. It is a good thing and if you would agree to pay an additional antry it once you will be certain to like nual rental on the 100 fire hydrants of it. s one, counties. $250. As the Arm is a . Mr. W. M. P. Ramsey, wife and son, proposition Is considered the and their A lady from this city is visiting been made tho city, it friends in Chicago, and the first Sunday of Louisville, spent several days the best that has first of the week with the family of was agreed to accept the compromise, she spent there many of the stores Prof. S. P. Browder. and a meeting of the Council was called were thrown open, picnic parties went Mr. D. C. Hardin and family, who for 9 o'clock yesterday morning, at through the streets with bands play have been visiting at Judge L. Herd's which time the proposition was ing, and business went on in most of for several weeks, left Wednesday formally accepted by a unanimous vote, the city jut the same as il there was morning for their home in Bardstown. tho contract closed, and the order no Sunday. She wits greatlv shocked Mrs. J. C. Smith and her sister, Miss directing advertisements for bids for and took occasion to speak to her Aussie Cox, who have been visiting Mrs Dabney Todd, in Belle Point, the works rescinded. friends about the ungodliness of the returned to their home in Covington, Tito Company bind themselves to Chicagoans, and did not notice that on the 4th of July. begin the construction of the works her little daughter, a bright little one Mrs. J. W. McClure and children, of within ninety days and to have them of four summers, was listening to the Louisville, who have been visiting in complete running order by the first conversation. She was made aware, relatives in this city for the past two of July, 188.5 The reservoir is to be however, when the little ones' bedtime weeks, left Tuesday for Stamping erected on one of the hills south of the came, that she had heard every word, Ground to visit her parents. city and the pumping station is to be for when she told her to come and say at a point above the city on the river, her prayers before retiring, she said, the water to be drawn from the bottom "Mamma, I don't want to pray." HERRMANN IS of the stream. The city is given the "Why not?" asked the lady. "Because THE FIRM OF HARRIS &consent. Sol Harris J. this day dissolved ly mutual the end there's no God here to pray to." U authorized to collect all, accounts due the firm, right to purchase the works at and he assumes all the the liabilities thereof. . of ten years at an appraised valuation. SOL HARRIS, LEE HERRMANN. The property of the company is not Officers of Election. July jth, 1884. exempted from taxation, and the amount of taxes collected from them The following is a list of the officers GRIi-- T will go a great ways towards paying of the election on August 4, 1884: the rent of fire hydrants. The whole Court-hous- e J. W. Bohannan and T WOULD RESPECTFULLY' INFORM THE 1 running my srist mill at contract is very fair and well guarded. James Richardson, judges ; George A. thefarmersof that I am againSouth Frankfort, and will Main stiert, foot grind on Tuesday and Friday of each week. A share By this contract the city gets $20,000 Lewis, clerk; John L. Tobin, sheriff. of patronage is solicited. Market-houh- e for the mains alone, and does not sell Jerome Weitzel, sr., JOIIIV CAIN. ' the ground on which stands the old and Sam South, judges; William Saf-fel-l, July reservoir and dam, for which an offer of clerk ; D. A. Lynch, sheriff. has already been made, and a good Charles Davis and A. II. aS'.l SSnint Clnir Street, trade has been made. By landing McClure, Judges; John N. Crutcher, firmly for the first proposition made clerk; Dan Driscoll, sheriir. L. WEITZEL, Proprietor. by the Council, Councilmen Church, Forks Elkhorn B. F. Head and next week. None but McClure, Meagher and Snecd have L. F. Com pton, judges; Henry Green THIAle, laNKsJTLlQTJORS saved the city just $.3,000 and deserve up, clerk ; B. F. Suter, sheriff Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept In Slock. Wines, the thanks of our citizens for it, notPeak's Mill H. I. Morris and Theo. The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hand. withstanding our neighbor of the Yeo- Sullivan, judges; J. M. Parker, clerk; June man thought their action unwise and L. Church, sheriff. H ,' A T M E N X contrary to the best Interests of the city. Bloomington J. Scott Hawkins and or mi: condition of thi: Win. Jones, sr., judges; John W. Mr. P. M. McRoberts, who lias held Deposit Bank of Frankfort, Bates, clerk ; Cyrus Calvert, sheriff. the position of Deputy Collector in this Bald Knob G. V. Harrod and Lem AT THE Cl.OhE OK IlUSl.N't-SDistrict for the last year, has been re3"CJ2TE! 30, Wentworth, judges; Jos. Peyton, clerk; moved by the new Collector and Capt. Chas. Quire, sheriff. ASSETS. W. L. Neal appointed in his place. Benson James Hulett and J. B. F. Loans and Discounts $156,17683 The many friends of Mr. McRoberts Stigers, Judges; Kd Coleman, clerk; J. Cash 34,5 14 30 in this city regret to have him leave Due fiom Hanks 3,556 90 Robinson, sheriff. 1,900 00 the service, and wish him all the Bridgeport J. W. Jackson and F. Furniture 6 55 Protest so richly deserves in the success he M. Scolield, judge; J. W. Jenkins, Stamps 70 00 practice of his profession the law. Real Estate 12,542 46 clerk ; R D. Armstrong, sheriff. Cedar Run Scott Brown and Jo The Lexington Transcript, In speak$208,767 04 changes in the Collector's Parrent, judges; Marvin Averill, clerk; ing of the office, says that"Mr. John T. Bruce re- Chstp Thoma, sheriff. LIABILITIES. signed on account of his deatli and to Capital Stock $77,400 oo 1S1 00 Personal Old Dividends be appointed Storekeeper." The reaDhidend No. 32, 4 per cent., . 3,096 00 son for the resignation certainly was a Depositors 100,658 28 Ml--s Nonie NIcol is visiting friends Individual good one, but as there is no whisky Dim to Hanks 11,503 84 in Lexington. State tax 193 50 either in bond or out of bond where we Mihs FronieRisk is visiting friends l'rotit and loss '5.737 42 hope John has gone, if really dead, the at Woodlake. question arises what will lie do witii a $208,767 04 Mis Mary Risk is visiting her sister commission as Storekeeper, and how in VerNiiUos. H. H. WATSON, Cashier. will it be sent to him? Mrs. A. F. Stephens is visiting relDIVIDEND NOTICE. Boudcault's famous Irish drama, Col- atives in Mercer county. A dividend of ') per cent, will be Frankfort, leen Bawn, will be presented at the Norwood is still very ill, the Capital stock fourthe Deposit Hank of tiaid upon Mrs. Chas. of on and niter Saturday, July 5, 1884. Opera House on Wednesday evening but was a little better yesterday. H. 11. WATSON, Caihler. next, for the benefit of the Church of the Mr. Samuel Winter, of St. Louis, Good Shepherd inthiscity. The various! Mo., is visiting relatives in this city. WO actors, parts will be taken by nrst-cias- h vr. II. D. Fitch and family of Louiswho are now enjoying their vacation ville, are visiting relatves in this city. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS Ueod throughout the country from their regular engagements, and tho Mrs. Charles Jacobs, nee Miss Denla , wit- Kahr, is visiting her parents in this entertninmentwill be well worth And tutu prowl nessing. The prices have been reduced, city. The Bast Liver Midfclss li thi World. Mr. Albert H. Crutcher, of Louisandtheobjt.'ctfor which the performance TfoGrlplnir.I'olsonousDruga.butpurnly Vegetable, afd and reliable. parents in Belie epecdy curs, for 1'retcribed even byPnjralcTaM, tho is given should insure a largo audience. ville, is visiting his lvr. Complaint, Regulating Howels, Purifying tho Illood, Oleanainafrnni Malarial Point. Taint. A perfect euro Mick leadnchv, BIIIoim ull fr Miss Annie Kersey opened her vacaMiss Hunt, of Cincinnati, is visiting CoaatlpBtlo. uad For Pamphlets, Disorder. eta., addrew Sold by Drugglats. tion school Monday morning with six the Hisses iuuckiiii, in wusmugiuii V. . HULL CO., ! CUr MUA'.iT.CUy. July street. scholars. flntur-morninen el.it r a& Mrs. Mary Moore, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam'l R. Smith. Mrs. Dr. W. L. Nuttall, of Henry county, is vMtlng her mother at 4U5 Third street. Mrs. C. C. Furr returned tho first of the week from a visit to relatives in Mercer county. Mrs. Maria Ilaner and Mrs. O. T. Richardson are visiting relatives in Scott county. Mfcs Katie Coleman, of Louisville, is visiting the family of Mr. C. C. Furr, fllJJ Third street. Mr. Robert Stephens and family have returned from a visit to Bloomington, Indiana. Mrs. J. H. Williamson, who has been very ill for some time at her home near this city, was worse yesterday. Mr. C. Fd. Wirgman and family, of Louisville, me visiting' the family of Mr. Sam'l R. Smith, South Side. Misses Georgia and Tate Parrent, of Louisville, tire visiting their sister, Mrs. II. S. Banta, near this city. Judge W. P. D. Bush and wife returned tho first of the week from a visit to friends in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Geo. W. Johnston, who has been residing in Abilene, Texas, the ptist winter, is visiting his parents in this city. Miss Sallie and Master Sam Smith left Wednesday for a two weeks' visit to relatives in Jefferson and Shelby A. G. ALSTROM AND DEALERS & CO., nccpRRora to M0RKIS & ALSTKOMJ Merchant Tailors, IN M AX2T STRJSET, FRANKFORT, XT?. The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect s workmen emfits insured. None but ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give first-clas- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, us a call. Jan. 12-- 1 year. COAL NOTICE! Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal Yard, near the Railroad Bridge, to deliver ALL KINDS OF COAL at reasonable prices. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and country. Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South Side, will receive prompt attention. Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. Telephone connection No. 2. first-clas- S. BLACK. Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old W. J. CHINN. stand. Frankfort, January 26, Notice of Dissolution. S! II t--i C31VU33133 1884-tf- . ELKHORN MILLS. L F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. $3 50 per 100. Best Patent Eour Other Grades proportionately low. All grades constantly on hand at office on Broadway opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR DELIVERE0 IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. May L. F. COMPTON. to-t- f. MILL. F. J. DIEM & CO., V 4ft fl (Successsors to Bridinger & Diem.) MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Paper, To the needs or the tourist, commercial traveler and new settler, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it strengthens the digestive organs, and braces the physical energies to unhealth-finfluences. It removes and prevents malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia, healthfully stimulates the kidneys and bladder, and enriches as well as purifies the blood. When overcome by fatigue, whether mental or physical, tne weary and debilitated find it a reliable source oi renewed strength and comfort. For salt by all Druggists and Sealers generally. ul Paper Sags, Hour Sacks Cincinnati, J ia-- 3t. 00 Gas-hou- se O. K SALOON, TWINES, &C, 71 Walnut street, Agent for Kentucky, May Ohio. M. 1TEWHOT7SB, will fill all orders promptly. DUNIGAN & NICOL, PROPRIETORS NOTICE. deavor to give satisfaction. Wc can be found jt the residence if Mr. J At. Stephen, 319 Washington street, hct. liioadway and Clinton Miss Josie Aldritton, Miss Uakbra Shields. Juneai-i- m Mipss Saw and Planing LUMBER. lb ! HTHE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN X notifying their friends and the public that they arc prepared to l fancy or pl.iin dress making or tewing of any description, and respectfully ask n every enshare of their patronage, promising AND DKALKKS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING DOORS, tuc ISS. Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring Laths, Shingles, &c, Foot of Cioss street, Frankfort, Ky. All orders will receive prompt attention. MM M r S fS7 I A Dutlneii Educatloo Attend the '' fl fLrfj)st j yt 9I )! Mar. Telephone No. 24. 8-t- University, Lexington, Kjr, Of Kentucky an To tho jetr. No vacation. Student. cu begin to complete the Full Diploma Builtieia Court about 10 week-da- SOi-- A Tim. week.. Average Total Coil, Including Tuition, Bttof Book, and Board in a family, fW. Telecraphj a abeclalljr. Literary Coura Ladle, rcctlied. 6,000 .uccewrut graduate.. Over 600 free. pupil, lait year from i to 45 year, of age, from 21 State.. In. atruetlon li practically and indlrldually Imparted by 10 teacher.. Unlver.lt; Special count, for Teacher, and Bullae.. Men. Diploma presented to it. graduate.. Thi. beautiful city I. noted for It. healthfulnc.i and ucletr, and 1. on leading Kill road.. fall Sutton tesln. Sivt. . ForrlrculaM and full particular.,. B. 8MITH, UxlagtM, dar- e- lu tWdent, Wl-B- UB WATER! ! AND ICE CREAM ALSO Henry Ellwanger, WHOLESALE AND HRTAIL UBALfiR IN Choice Fruits FANCY GXG-.4&.X3.3 Vegetables, TOBACCO, GROCERIES, 5s SHAVED ICE, GINGER Frankfort ALE, best The made in AT NEWTHFNG. Main Street, Opposite Sower' Confectionery. Receive!" frenh tmpiilica of Fruitn and Vegetables, dirt at from early gardeners at Louisville duily, which I urn ni'lllnj; iittovk bottom prices fur cash, (live um n cull und he convinced. Very rcsi.ootlull.v, HENHV BLLWANCJER. May f. Jos. LeCompte's S CENTS A. GLASS. Valuable South Frankfort vok ovo. o For Sale! AVAI.UAIJI.E PROPERTY 0-"O FOR SALE! """(aMH e, A t. (Villi I1I.UK GRASS FARM OK 175 'Pi.:., 1119 for tobacco and firming, three is one or the most desirable homes in the city. miles from Frankfurt, on a good turnpike road. A bargain offered. minims uuum two neres in yaru ana garden. I he gra on the place will be rented for the ores. On the place is a new green-houslarge ent aeason. Address or apply to flower pit and cold frames. A No. 1 sitna May 31.3m. CHAS. F. EXUM. tion for floribt. y 3.3m Frankfort Ky, H. FOR on winch he now D R.theW.place HALL OFFERS resides, SALE erlv lieloitrrimr to Dr. Vnll.mrlfiirlintt - " PM ag IsJsMPFr af 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT, JULY 12. I8S4. 'I ' ARGEST CIRCULATION IN CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the following time table wilt be In effect on the L. & N. R. K. for this point, TRAINS SOUTH. No. 7 No.' 34'. Mo. 17 ...... . . , . k Lrave Frankfort. S"S P. M OOO A. M, 8:10 A. M. 1'.!$ V. M. 448 P, M. Louisville. 700 a. m. No. at No. 19 C. ft O lo'SO A. M. S'.I5 P. M. 7:14 P. M. Arrive at Louisville. 8 io P. M. 9'I5 A M. TRAINS VORTH, Leave No. t8 . , . . . , . Frankfort. a. M. 10-1- Leave No. 22 3:15 P. M. 540 P. M. No. a4 leaves Lou. 5:00 P.M. arr. at Frankfort 8 oj p. m No. a8 leaves Lou. 3 00 a. m. arr. Frankfort 11:00 a. m. Train Mo. 34 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at i:ts noon, and 7:15, p. M. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, joor. Nos. 24 and 31 connect at Anchoragejor Sficlbv-villM. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:fs a. m and returning leaving Lexlneton at 7:15 P. M., will carry ngen between Frankfort and Lexington, and all ntermedlate points. Nos. 27 and 23 are Sunday trains only, K. P. BRYAN, Agent. e. no. n u, 8 u, , . . 7:13 P. m. q'35 h. m. The firm of Harris & Herrmann was dissolved on Saturday, Mr. Herrmann retiring. Rev. Dr. J. McC. Blayney vill preach at the chapel in Leestown afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. Basil Manley, of Louisville, will fill the pulpit at the Baptist Church to- - Buckley can have your hydrant reThere will bo a meeting of Castle XXTTM, S. Capital, Knights of the Golden Rule, paired ATTO ft? E Y - A.X - LAW, DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY at the office of the Secretary of State, AND Glass Jars and tin fruit cans for sale on Tuesday evening next, at 8 o'clock. ut Buckley's. A full attendance of the members is GenT Agent, Nice veal at Noel & Jeffers. desired as business of great Importance (Successors to C. E. JAMES ) GLASSWARE. MOTHS, BRDGKERY will be presented. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, A fine selection of walking canes at Mr. W. H. Hampton, formerly of Philip Selbert's very cheap. FRAIVKFORT, K.Y. loordlally invite you to call and examine my City of London Lonond. this city but now of Louisville, will be Cleveland Ohio. Mercantile New and Fresh fitocK of Goods. A full lino of fancy goods at F. Covington, Ky. ordained a Deacon by Bishop Dudley Kenton Tu VrtiL fl.m4nt. at the Episcopal Church in this city to- Heeney's, 311 Broadway. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KYlprMcott Ho.ton.. New Orleans, La. New Orleans morrow morning at 11 o'clock. In the Bath rooms, water-closetkitchen Sep3-tfaujt ii'ty. evening at 8 o'clock confirmation sinks, and everything in the plumbing services will be conducted by Bishop business can be done at Buckley's. Dudley. Fou Rent. House of five rooms, following scores was made by with gas in all the rooms and good The the Spring Hill Shooting club, at 24 cistern in tho yard. Apply to W. C. HekXdon. double clay pigeons, 1") yards rise: G. F. Berry, 14; R. Morris, 18; E. E. At Cost. Philip Selbert, thejeweler, Hume, 14; F, B. Staines, 10; G. I . offers his entire stock of Nickle Clocks Payne,;0; J. T. Murphy, 0; L. B. Mar- at first cost. shall, 10. Second match at 80 birds: R. Morris, 20; Geo. Darsie, 17; G. F Nice dressed pork . at Burckhardt's. Berry, 28; L. Marshall, 24; F. B. Staines, Farmers can buy Iron roofing at 21; Sam. Smith, 10; G. L. Payne, 14; Buckley's cheaper than shingles. W. S. SafTell, 10; J. T. Murphy, 13. For choice Southdown lamb go to A Card. Burckhardt's. The ladles of tho Methodist Church Veal and lamb chops every morning MANUFACTURER OF return sincere thanks to Mrs. Tnrlton at Noel & Jeffers. for the use of her beautiful grounds, to the Howard Brothers for their gifts and Spring lamb at Noel & Jeffers. Galvanized Iron Gornioes, Window Hoods, &o, valuable assistance, to the efficient policemen ; and t y all who in any way ' Go to Burchardt's meat store for gave us their aid. choice beef. W. DHHONEY OHAS. F. DRY GOODS. i Insurance . s, . . E. POWER, July 11, 1884. TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK. DEALER IN THE CELEBRATED ing the track to Mr. W. C. Herndon. at this office. m Crazy Patchwork! The Graefensburg Base Ball Club McClure & Bro. would call upon all Having a large assortment of remand the Belle Point Reds will play a those indebted to them to come forward nants and pieces of handsome brocaded game this morning at 0 o'clock at Lake and settle. silks, satins and velvets, we are putting Park. them up in assorted bundles and furm Many of the farmers in this county Fon Sale A fine young cow, good nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cushions, cut their wheat before it was fully ripe milker, with calf by her side. Apply age No. 1 Mats, Tidies, &c., Ac. PackIs a handsome bundle of to Mi's. A. M. Russell. and a great deal of it has rotted in the exquisite silks, satins and brocaded Shock in consequence. Fob Sale. Either one of two good velvets (all different). Just the thing for the most superb pattern of fancy Mr. John T. Buckley has purchased horses; will work anywhere. Apply work. Sent postpaid for 56 cents in stamps. Package from the Heffner estate the old livery to Dr. Smith. Sostal note or Containing three times as much stable lot at the foot of Ann street, Hosiery and underwear a specialty as package No. 1. Sent postpaid for at F. Heeney's, 311 Broadway. $1.00. These are all of the very finest r adjoining his residence. quality and cannot be equaled at any The Steamer Hornet will make Ice cream freezers, granite, tin and other silk works in the u. a. at three another excursion trip up the river this enamaled kettles at bottom figures at times our prices. They will please any lady. One order always brings a dozen evening, and every Tuesday and Satur- Buckley's. more. Ladles Manual of Fancy work, day evening until further notice. with 400 illustrations and full InstrucTioga. tions for artistic fancy work, handMr. Henry Gobber is erecting two 50 cts. Order bound, large business houses on the foundations Don't venture out too far without a somelyAddress, postpaid, now. The Rochester Silk he built last fall, on his lot on tho north- palm leaf fan and an umbrella. Co., Rochester, N. Y. east corner of Lewis and Broadway. The melodious mosquito cometh with m his teeth filed and ready for work. ANNOUNCEMENT. Capt. W. G. Thompson is raising a Mrs. D. O. Robinson, of Frankfort, military company in this city tosupply Is visiting her parents in this vicinity. FOKSUERIFF. the place of the McCreary Guards, who Don't blame anybody for laying Capt. J. C. JACKSON is the candidate of the will bo mustered out of service in a few around in the shade this weather If Hcpublican party for sheriff of Franklin county. days. they can offord It. Election August 4tb, 18S4. Wheat harvest Is about over and I Col. D. L. Sublett and his' corps of FOR JAILER. of our engeneers having tho Kentucky river hear somespoiling farmers complainiiv-o- f on account ot the w it theii 's We are authorized to announce DAVID In charge are only awaiting orders to weather. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin commence work upon Lock and Dam Madam Rumor reports a wedding in ounty, subject to the aotion of the Democratio No. 5. this vicinity. Wo are real glad to party. I ereby announce myself a oandtdato for reGen. D. W. Lindsey has been elec- hear it, for the matrimonial market has been exceedingly dull this spring. flection to the office of Jailer of Franklin ted President of tho Branch Bank of in tills There Kentucky in this city, to 1111 the who are is a familystorms. neighborhood county, subject to the action of the Democratic get afraid of The vacancy occasioned by the resignation up at eleven o'clock at night will go party. and DAN SHKEHAN. to a neighbor's house. The Bible says of Gen. A. W. Dudley. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. woe unto the weakminded. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin Mr. David Moore, of the Benson Minnehaha. county, subject to the action of the Democratio precinct, is announced in this issue as a Report of the Chemical Analysis party. candidato for tho office of Jailer. We aro authorized to announce R0RT. STONE Dave is a thoroughly reliable gentleman Of Ue.r sent by the Capital Brewing Co., ns a candidato tor Jailer of Franklin county, and if elected will make u good officer. 1 Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Mr. L. Weitzel will keep constantly Tiik Best Sa'.ve in the world (or Cuts, on hand the best cigars and tobacco to There will be a gamo of base ball at be had in the city at the O. K. Saloon Bruise?, Soren. Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever Sor8, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Lake Park Tuesday afternoon, between cigar stand. ml all Skin Eruption), and positively cures the White Hall and Georgetown nines. I'iles. or no pay required. It is guaranteed Found. In the Cemetery on SunMr. Hugh Rodman has withdrawn day, a lady's red satin parasol. The to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund Price 25 cents per box. from tho race for City Attorney, leav- owner can hear of the same by calling ed For 'sale by Jos. LeCompte. morrow morning and evening. 1 ! Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it h is never failed in single instance to give satisfaction. which is most beautiful, most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, a The IFXfGt Sagf, the the Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezers; Five kinds of Coal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All kinds of Coal and Wood Cooking Stove3, front the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Orates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron Hoofing a specialty, and lor whioh he is oelebrated all over the iitate. May 31-i- y. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. CHAMPION Frankfort, on May 24th, and received May subject to the aotion of the Democratic Party. Messrs. Graham Evans have made COMPOSITION. arrangements to keep our citizens sup- Specific gravity 1.03. plied with nice ripe watermelons. Per cent. alcohnl, by volume They have them on hand, shipped to Absolute 5. 68 Per cent them by the ear load. Drop In and pitto by weight 4 53 Total Acids, (Acetic, &c.) .04 buy one. 6.13 Total Solid Matters The solid matters contain (dried at a is.0 F.) Have another minute hand put on Per cent your watch, set to Standard time, m Gummy and Nitrogelious matters. 4.75 Malt sugar 05 that you can have both city and rail- Ash, or ininerahn.itters jj road time. It will cost but little and 6.13. you can always bo on time either for Calculated to a gallon tlierc is a little over the train or business. 7 fluid ounces of Absolute a coholj 641 grains Mr. A. C. Wood, manager of the of malt Suyaij about 23 grains Jof Acetic Opera House, is making arrangements and other acids about 84 grain of Ash, and ror a tour of tho Bijou Opera Company 2,743 grains of gummy and Nitrogenous solid through Central Kentucky in a fow matters dried at 212 F. The piopei test showed the absence of any weeks. They will play "Muscotte," inj minus tuetalic substance in the beer, as well "Olivette," and "Iohmtho." of & 26th, 1884: 1 1 Wo aro authorized to announce NOAH Q0INS as n candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the nfflco of City Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratio party. W. C. HERNDON. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ire are authorised to announce JAS. A. VIO-l,ET- T to the ns a candidate for office of County Attorney, aubjeot to the action of tho Democratio party. We aro authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announco W.II. HAWK INS as a oandldate for Assessor of Franklin-county- , subject to the aotion of the Democratio , MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. BUCKLEY, Saint ClawStreet, Frankfort, Ky. yt! Livery, Boarding, and Safe Stable. L. MANG-AN- , SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Toxt3a.Mt Corzxx, as of Sulphate Lime, which would have Tho White Hull and Shelbyvillo been piescut if glucose had been used in its party. Clubs played a game of base ball at mauufactuie, It is evident, therefore, that this is good We are authorized to Lake Park Tuesday, which resulted In a score of 17 to 2 in favor of tho homo sound Beer, made of Malt and Hops of good IIARROD as a oandldate for county, subject the aotion club. A largo crowil was In attendance quality. ROBT. PETER & SON. party. and enjoyed tho gamo very much. CliAtcxx Straat, Capital Seu-are.- . "uounoe LEWIS sessor of Fiank-i- n tho Domoorutio Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notice. Hauling of all kinds done Jan. 6ay Orders by telephone promptly attended to. &&& iirtiaMiHMMihri 1 in riiiti liiiiT H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, LIST or REGISTERED VOTERS FOR Chinn, Dr. Cl nicnt IMmncy, W S DtviiNoti, S X j)migl.us, Arthur Daily, I V. Davi. John, ool Darnell, Ins S Parkrr, 1'irker, El B-i- T tT0 00OD ItEAlTlt fto Um wnHl fcrat ta ardrr. CITY ATTORNEY, Lebanon Ridge. Wheat harvest is over. We are happy to say that our friend Samuel Cain is able to walk around again. Diek Beokley, of Shelby, was on the Ridge last Sunday, the guest of Eliza Rodgers. Miss Laura Dodson is visiting friends and relatives on Benson this week, but there is hopes of her returning soon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee. of Shelby county, visited the Ridge last week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Snook. Walk up, boys. I think Mr. D. will invito you in the parlor, as he lias got it repaired and his girl is not at home. Mr. John W. Duncan is a candidate for Jailer of Shelby county, subject to any regular action of the Democratic party. Johnie Coleman and wife and Mrs. Mollie Brewer, all of Campbellsburg, were visiting friends and relatives on the Ridge last week. Messrs. Thomas Tracy and William Pierce were visiting the family of Isham Pierce one day last week. They are such nice young men and we hope they will come again. School is out. The subscription school taught by Miss Lillie M. Scroggins was out the flth of July, at the Eden School House. There was a large crowd there, as everybody liked Miss Lillie so much. She can get another school there if she wants it. Egbert, IKul Priir. IV J S PlVlie, lien I, Kf.uliiiu. W T Run'. an, Reuben Runyan, W T Rodgers. James DR.SANFORD'S Ghesapsake anil Ohio Railway, I KENTUCKY'S HOUTE EAST FOR , AUGUST Ay res, Hugh 4TH.1884 w-a.ei:- d. Evans, Jake Eminerson, Odic Feehnn, Dan Kit's John Robintnu, lVnnis Richardson, Dudley Russ II. J C Ramsey, l.evis t KEN YOHK. ONLY first Fortune, Stephen Fiucel, Chas Albritton, Alfred llrowcler, S P Hrnwner, A. O Uerry, Geo F Barrett, D C Barrett. Guy C Berry, Hirnm Butcher, Moses Bnvd, Martin Baiita. E L Buckley, Lee Bohon, Jos. Brown, Dr. G D A Bnnta, H G Bush, Geo Bales. James Blaney. Rev J McC Bush, Joseph Bull, S C Bohnnnnn, John W Belts, Chas Coleman, J no W Cain, John Coke, Wm Craddock, G V, sr Choate, Ed Chiles, R T Castlcman, L B Coleman, Lewis Conwav. Cabl ell Cnplinger, Albert Cain, Andrew Cole, Joseph Dilger, Adam Dunigan, H C Dean, John Drane, Geo C Dotson, Henry Diane, Paul S Diane, Geo K Dorsey, Henry Duke, Geo Evans, Zack Flymi, Nick Carter, Thos Cassell, J H Friend. Flat Creek. Harvesting is about over. The picnic at Bald Knob last Saturday was largely attended. Messrs. Joe Snook and Curtis Rodgers visited friends on Clear Creek last week. Ben Williams, of Frankfort, attended the picnic at Bald Knob last Saturday. Mr. A. J. Greenwell, of Cropper's Depot, visited friends in this section last Saffell Wm M Smith, Dr S F Gray, W II Silar, Jno sr Green, Grant Sullivan, Mtkc Glowgowei, R South, W T B Griflin, Andy Kennedy, Frank Snced, Jno L Kavanaugh, Rev H II Gcers, II L (Joins, Sanford sr Shea. Alien LeCompte. Joseph Snced, W H Gray, John T Lewis, Geo A Hume," Dr E E South, Samuel Larkin, Jim Tom Smith, P F Henderson, John Lmdsey, D W Sullivan, M A Harris, Sol Long, Jack Shc.i, Samuel J Herancourt, Oscar Lane, L C Sawyier, Henry Hatchitt, Dr J G LeCompte, Chas Hutchinson, Thos J Sneed, W C Miles, J N Hutl-oSower, John DrT H McCarty. Tim Stephens, J Watt Harris, Thos J McEwan, Wm Suter, Jesse Holmes, W T Merchant, C W Thompson, James Hutchison, John Marshall, L B Terrell, Jas jr Harris, W H McRery, R W Taylor, C. E sr. Hammond, Lon Matlern, H G Taylor, C E jr. Harvey, Dick (col) McGrcw, Milton Tucker, Dan Holmes, S B Marshall, Hen Vallandingham, A W Mosby, Spencer Vallandingham, G R Jilson. R B Mosby, Wm Woener, Jake James, C E Maisey, Roht Weitzel, Gab' Jilson, R 11 jr Marcuin, Geo B WeitZ.-l-, J MHillJ, sr Kirtley. John E Merchant, Hunt Kaltenbiun, Vineen t Willi ims M It P, sr Moore, E P Kendal!. Clarence .lggoner, J L Morgan, W B W mesi..s. E Kernon. UliertM Morgan, Frank W )ods, I ieo M Lillis Edward Marshall, Geo Wrtsh. Willhrn Lillis P.it McEwan, Hunt W.ir.l, Patrick Lutkemier, W C Norrell, lames Williams, Ben G l.uschcr, Sig Oliver, Chas E Lynch, Dan sr Wrighi. Hen C Payne, Jno'W Williams, Wiley C Lee, Ros's P.mie, J H Lvnch, Dennis jr Walker. Geo Parker, W O Wells, Win R Long, W 11 Pearce, J W Williams, M H Pjr LewU, Rev J M Parker, W W Veagle, (ieo Lewis, Jos B Pendleton, Jno M Attest : F. V. GRAY, City CUtk. Rodman, Frank Rodman, Jos L Jouett, Lnndon Jordon, Chas Johnson, Henry Johnson, L F 'Kesslcr, Walter" Krenon, Bud Kent, J E Kent, W S Finnell. Lewis Feaiheistone, Chas Full", Stephen Foote, Volney Goins, James Cobber. Henry Rf'n'k. George lender, Geo Stilliviti, Jno F Sanders, Capt Sam Sawyier, Dr N J ft.i INViGOrUTOR i.Hioinn mH nt HtanMi.il nxultlnsF f mm a dertnsad or torpid condition ol thatlveri ic.i ftHpil ousnes, jRundlco, Dyp8pU. Malaria, Kheumntlsni.etc. An Invaluable l'ara-ll- y Medicine. For lull information Bend ronr book on the ou ft postal card for lttl Liver and Its DUae," to DO. SANbOBD, 21 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR LINE A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. Dw5J)UtruSht miXiXIOtJ ITS lUrtTATIOS. WASHINGTON CITY. Watches, FinQ Clocks, Dngraving, Sse. 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TEAINS FOB SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, NEW YORK. tIjk direct route to Lynchburg, Danville. Norfolk, AND n, WATCH MAKER, Sucoe"or to B. P. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, K.v., contitiui's the wntch repairing busine't at the "old aland. B.v promptness und carcrul work he hopes to incrlt'tho iiatronnge of those repaired and other instrument delicate aud accurate mljustiuent. who ileniro to have their wiitches repaired with-oduraage being dotin them, Surveyors' coin-pncut es ALL II For tlckfts aim further infornintlt n, apply to your neniect ticket 3 adtlrcu, W.. I. Hero, , E.ARNOLD, Atlveitlslng Agt., :.4(l H'est .Main requiring In retiring from hulnc pleasure In expressing my Mr. S. Ayrei, nml from my long acquaintance with him as a workmnn, do not hesitate to commend him us every wny capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. B. F. MEEK. 8ept.30-t- f Street, Louisville, ky. C.W.SMITH, H.W. FULLER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., in Fronkfort I take Richmond. Virginia. entire confidence in Ticket and Paw, Agt. JNEW PLANING MILL. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having rceently added to his Establishment First-Clas- W. T. RDNYAR, tins just received his spring and summer stock of Is now s prepared Tinning Mill, to furnish all kinds of Sash, Doors, BUitds, ALSO Frames, Molding & Furr, C C Fellmer, E A Forbes, Timothy Rodman, John Rodman, Hugh Robinson, J D 0?X3:ZE?,3D "W-Tll- STAPLE AND FANCY Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- f. Turnin Friday. Noel Lee returned home last week from a visit to friends and relatives at Shelbyville. Graves, W D Dr. Alex Bailey and Mr. Newton Green, Warren Harrod visited friends at Cropper's Griflen.F JnoD V Gray, Depot last Saturday. Graham, J W John Coleman and wife and Mrs. Glore, Jno Adam Mollie Brewer, of Campbellsburg, are Green, Thos visiting friends and acquaintances Glore, L W, jr Gordon, Wm in tliis neighborhood. Gaines, W H Died. Saturday, June 24th, Lula Coin, Canada Pulliam. wife of Wm. Pulliam, jr., of Gaines, Quincy spinal disease. While yet in love with Greenup, Jas J life and raptured with the world, she Gayle, R H passed to silence and pathetic dust. Hudson, W P Her remains were interred at Lebanon Huffman, Geo Hughes, Wm J Church. Hughes, E J Jumbo. Ilvde. H T Franklin, Walter Fisher, Bernard Franklin, Kobt B French, Wm, jr French, Sidney Farleigh, Geo Farleigh, Dave Glore, John Gale, J W Gault. Tno W Graham, W L Rodman, Thos, jr Rodman, Jno W Rodman, G R Rodman, Willoughby Richardson, N F Shuck, T P Stephens, Adam Stephens, Matthew Showalter, W B Strobridge, Wm Smith, Tab Smith, Manuel ShacMeford, Tames Stephens, H T Stanley, W H Shackleford, J C Smith, Geo W Stevenson, Milton Smith, Sam R Stanley, Frank Rodman, Thos, jr, Rodman, Thos, sr jr Ayres, Samuel Averill, W H Aldrulge, R M Allen, Robert Berberich, V Bush, W P D Bridgeford, Charles Black, Thomas Brobston, Carter Blanton, Fied Chinn, W J Crockett, J G Conners, Thos Case, Jason M Congleton, Wm Macklin, Geo B Macklin, T B Gotten out in the Best Style. DRY GOODS, Henry Morton, John KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. Macklin, V C Mosby, Ecx Marlow, W H Moore, Jesse McClure, A H McClure, R K Noel, Frank Nicol, Walt Norwood, Chas NOTIONS. Call and see him. &C. "BLUEGRA8W ROUTE" Shortest and Quickest route from CENTRAL KENTUCKY, ro TO ALL NTS St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Nov. xi-3- KORTH. EAST, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. FAS1 LINE BETWEEN Crittenden, F R Casper, Chas Casper, Herman Combs, Henry Davis, Charles Dudley, A W Darsie, Rev Geo D.ivis, Squire Driscoll, Dan Dudley, J G jr Dryden, Jno B Duvall, Dr B F Dawson, Merrett Davis, I Evans, Harry Ely, Dr James Nelhcrton, Jno O'Connor, John sr. Prewett, John W Pepper, R P Penick, Rev E A Phillips, E A Pendleton, Henry Price, J Lampton Pfetzner, Pete Payne, Daniel Quion, J J Rogers, Ben Roily, John LEXINGTON WMTrnra tit?htMTT AND CINCINNATI. Taylor, E H, jr Tobin, Richard Thompson, W C Taylor, J Swigert Thomasson, Z R Rodman, James jr. Stephens, J M T 9 "S PROF. HARRIS' sou Bands orgoulo weakucM auA d car, did numerous ob. euro dlicasu, boEIng Klllioi liiivmciau.( avau.. 1IUU1 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 8TH, 1884. No. 6. "NTTT No. 12 South-Boun- Daily. Daily Daily Ex. Sun. Ex, bun. 3.00 3.38 4.44 5.17 6.00 p m P m p m tloui, too frco lndulgta-e- . auaoTcr oraia wwa w cot temporize vbllo laca nrmfrft lurk In TOOT tTJ fVUkUIU. mww.w- - Lve. Covington Arr 1'aris Arr. Lcxuigtoi Lve. Paris Lve. M . . " " Cynthiana Falmouth . . . , , . . . . Stivers' Mill. Hughes, F C It is reported that we are soon have another wedding. The camp meeting at Sweet Home still continues, and is attended by very large crowds every day in the week as Avell as on Sunday. Professor Sampson, pastor of the Indian Fork Baptist Church, delivered a splendid sermon at Lebanon last Saturday evening, at 4 o'clock. Married. At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Alfred Rodgers, on the 15th of June, Mr. F. P. Stivers and Mrs. Bettie Harrod, by Rev. J. A. Peters. Kexo. Notice to Teachers. to-wi- Herndon, W C Hall, Dr. W H to Humphries, J S A Thompvui, Todd, Alex T Tanner, Thos Utterback, J. B. Utterback, W K Williams, W H Williams, H R Williams, Minus Williams, Dr U V Williams, Anthony Williams, Lucien Weitzel, Gabe Wayts, Willis Watkuis, H L Williams, Isaac sr Wavts, Meiritt Williams, Russell Snyder, Alex Samuel, E L Sower, James Hcmbie, Lorenzo Harrod, Jno S Harrod, J W Hudson, W P, jr Holder, Thos J Heeney, James Jett, Peter Jeffries, W H Ferguson, Richard Finney, Reuben Ford, Thos. B Fahy, Jno I. Flynn, W T Flynn, Chas F Fahy, Ed Ford, Dan-Grant, Stephens, John Salander, Andy An hv nntcntloui cloiral other rcaieillcs for thesa AEadicalCura trouoies. Oct our iree circu; and br and trial pocljago before learn Important facta SPERMATORRHEA taking treatment eliewhcrs. TiAe a rcniclj tbat baa cured thvUitnJa, and does not InJL3STD terfere Itb attention to busiIMPOTENCY. ness or causa pain or Incon. FcunJcd en scl Tcnlenco. principle, aWTeatd for over 5 cntlfla medical and reputa(irowlnij In favor tha yoara b7 uso la tbou- - tion. Direct aprllcaUon tospe tern. Aold btlnj lm)icit Of Lve. Lex. C : O R'y Arr. Winclieur " 8.10 9,22 10.10 10.40 11.15 p p p p p Arr. Winchester . . . , 10. )o p 11.15 P Arr. Richmond Arr. Lancaster Arr. Rowland incucMtcr . . . . , 11.30 p 12.30 a m 8.70 a m m 9 55 a m m 11,00 a m m 11.6 a m m 12.20 p m 12 50 p m .45 P m m 2.16 p m m 2.50 p m m 3.05 p m m 4.10 p m p m p m P m 0.00 p nt 6.;op in 7.14 p m 8.32 p m 8.55 p m Ed Greenup, Kitt Gibbous, James Jones, Jno L Johnson, Jno Will Jett, W L Johnson, J S Johnson, Ben Johnson, Sam While, Armstead While, Alonzo Williams, Price Wilson, R B Jouett, F E Attest: Yunt, Stephen Vunt, Thaddeus 1- - V. GRAY Citv Clerk. SEC03JT3D Anderson, Jim W.SilD. Meagher, M J Meek, Jno B Miles, Jno E Mangau, L sr Meagher, Dan jr Meagher, Ed Meagher, Dan sr Meriwether. D Mangan, L jr Mosley, John Meriwether, A P Meagher, Jerry McDonald, Pat McEwan, Alex McCaulilfe, Jas McCauliffe. Con McCauliffe, Con jr McDonald, 1) C McCarty, Dan Nickles, M Noonan, Mike Newman, Pat sr Noonan, John (Fox) activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sf)ld at fifty cents a bottle by Jos. Le-Comp- te. If you are suffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered bktod, weak constitution, headache, or my disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you will be inspired with new life; strength and Brislan, Jerry The Attorney General has rendered the Burns, Thomas following opinion , t: That under Buhr, Geo the new school law all teachers hold- Buckley, Mike ing county certificates will have to be Bucklev, John T and get new certificates in Black, j W order that they may be legally qualified Brislan, Jno A to teach, and that no teacher is deemed Brislan, Thos J qualified according to law until he or Banta, John M Polunnan, she has passed such examination. The Bryan, E PR A School Board S, ill meet at my office at Bullock, Roht 10 o'clock, a. the 2d, 3d and 4th Bradley, E Saturdays in July to examingall anpli-- . Bohnnnan,W Jos P cants who may apply. This June 2(Jtli, Conway, L L 1884. John 8. IIauhod, Com. Callahan Dan (depot) Craik, William Crowley, Mike Never Give Up. Church, I M Graham, Jas II Goius, Philip Graham, Jas E Harvie, Jno h Harvie, L E HeiTner, Jas W Heffner, Thos jr Hermann, Lee Haly, D L Hal leek, Jerry Haly, Tim Haly, Cornelius Harris, Claiborne Haly, E J, jr Hagel, Harry Matthews, Jas m..m Stenbeuranch, Chas Tood, Jas M Tate, James W Tobin, L Todd, II I jr Thomas, L A sr Thompson, Albert Thornton, Henry Todd, James, jr Todd, T J Todd, H 1 jr Terry, Richard Todd, Geo D Tobin, Jno L Williams, W II Weitzel, Louis Wurtz. Frank Jefiers, B B Johnson, Ed C (cold) Waggener. W H Watson, II II Julian, Ira Whitehead, Jno sr Klass, Samuel Worldridge, Noel Labrot, L Ward, Beverly Lindsey, Wm Lindsey, John B Ward, Jno Waters, Jno T Lee, Thomas Weitzel, Chas Letcher, Geo Watson, Dudley Letcher, Jack Weitzel. Henry Lefever, M T Whitehead, Jno (col) Milam, B C Walker, J W Meagher, John Murphy, Dennis Attest: F. V. GRA Y, City Clerk. Sheehnn, Dan Stoll, Charles Sheehan, W P Salyers, Sam SchrofTJoseph Sanders, Alex Sublett, D L Simons, Moses Sage, J L of casta. tcatofdlKare maliet lu riiioauuucuvw.. tcUr. The nature! funa. organ. ..-. North-Hound- . No. 3, T. TRIAL IDRFSS ! PACKAGE. HARRSS REMEDY CO., M'Pg ChemhU. 800 Nortk 10th St., nu laouia, so. Une Mohth-- BrNn l,Pittengir. ratalj. tlcns of tbo human Iim aro restored. Th animating elements ff beep, hlca lv life wasted arn den tack. .The ratlcnt - beootuel Daily. r No. 1, Daily, Ex. Sun No. , Daily, Ex. Sun. l..rViii nlna Trutmwt, 63 j 2 month8.$5 Smooths. 17. Lve. Rowland . 9,00 a in Lve, Lanc.i-.te. 9.22 a m Lve. Richmond . J.25 p m 10.40 a in Arr. Winchester. 2 25 p m 11.45 a m Arr. Lex. C &. O R'y 12.45 p m Lve. Lexington . , , 3.00 p m i35Pm Arr, 1'atis p in 2.15 p m Lve. u incncMer. . . 2 55 p m 1.15 p Arr. I'aris 3.30 p m 2.00 p Lve. l'.uis . . 3.40 p m 2,15 p Arr. Cynthiana 4 07 p m 2.50 p Arr, Falmouth 4 55 p m 3 57 p Arr. CminBt"n. . . 605 p ni 5.35 p MAYSVILLE URANChT 6.00 a m 7.00 a m 8.10 a , 7.20 a 8.05 a 8.10 a 8.46 a 9.55 a 11.30 7.23 a m m m m m ... ... ... m m a m THE ONLY TRUE North-Houn- No. 55, Sunday Only. . , IRON TONIC FACTS FECARDINQ "..S'a Daily, Daily, I'X Sun. Ex. Sun, 7.25 a m Arr Miller.-bur- g Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson South-Houn- Lve. Covington Lve Lexington Lve. l'.iri. . . . . . , 7 00 7.45 8,10 8 30 a a Arr. Ma)sville. , . . 9.17 1000 a a a a 8.40 a m I47 9.to a m 6.07 948 a m 7.00 10 30 a m 7 45 815am 2 00 4.30 5.20 No. 56, Sunday Only. . No. 52, Daily. Ex. Sun. 5 45 O.30 No. DallyT Ex, Sun. Dr. Barter's Iron Ionic m, .... a. -- .t M.ii..ii iIia SLfinn. rpcrulnti. 9 .....' a Iwto ,,.',.1 lirrJRVS. nniT HKHTOIIK THE VrTOAi.Tir nrtViaOKof YOUTIIl llinll tlioso l tllHjuni" J'":- - .'Mr'Ji' nil. , n iiv.mw, 1Jm)Uc!..iiv IIVH iiV ktiVimlli. etc.. lit. life la nmrkcil ''.'' f m.wi....."... .?.? it.:mi iim Willi lllllllUHUlli: UN. I iuiiso.ua) nml tirrvcH icfiln.; new fiircc. Enliven t'liMvr. tliuiiilntl mid bu)iIUb lliitln r) u cornplapt Johnson . Carlisle. . . Millersburg Arr. I'aris, . . , Arr Lexington. Arr. Covington . . Lve. Lve I.vc. Lve. Maysville . i 15 M5 305 330 '57 7.21 7.44 8. y 0.05 to it. 30 9,10 a a a a a a a m 12.05 p m m 12.44 P m in 1.28 p m m t.47 P m m 2 10 p m m 6,00 p m m P in 's .: Crumbaugh, Tno DB. HARTBR'8 IKON TONIO u ritle um apteily coiiiplexloii. ' rlfnr ami euro. It Kli iisllnniny lo lliu vulno pf iiii. 'llio Hii'iiiiKi-a- t II mitkii'- liioN Tonic la Hint frojiuenl ullumiiU ul iMimilfttYllliiidiuii' only u.l.loU lo Il'ynit I'liriifHilyilcBlru lliu OlIldIN AL AND UK8T. no expoillllf C-t tliel.ijinlur-Itvril'tlit'oi'ltilii1 1 llt-K- LADIESpeviillurtolliclriuxvtillfliiJiu Church, R C Crutcher, D C Collins, M A Collins, C E Conway, Jno P tiWymmmCl imiii Church, G T Church, Richard Cornelius, J D Con, Stephen, jr Cohen, Lee Capeto, B F Crutcher, R L Noonan, Charles Newman, Thos Newman, Pat jr. Norwood, Joseph Overton, A W O'Donnell, Hill Owens, Johnjr Pow er, Ed Paul, W F wiiniji lltlltMlLMH.ljyUIAjyUtJ Jwfln ntlrsljr Ntir ud posltir.lf .flsellu '" ' H.rntdr for the iiwidr tad Dtrmintnl and XmpoM&or tun of ,Seminal amission tU pilDclD.IH.it t t ik only tU ., lainat AppllMawa u trw tu Duns. Im, vm 01 IM rsuta is ihmm wian n Miq vi invuavvauawa, tourftrt lib U. ttiluij mntius M lif.. Tbl mod. f intra .pa It mm, pitnouMW Kwl wmt mim. Tai uiu.nl M pnptruiw. rruixtlKUntttloiiwkUMaKo ontnatM Ibtf H ll tinUKMrfa.i wUrfMtlui. II dlMor. nm nt Ui b Um Mxllnl fnfWtwn I kt pr.til.Dl rttlouJ WW tUmad, li irouLU, o rMctloi mrlc uu mi iMliwl nrn.u1 Una Haa. h. I (Tx.M iimmH, Hi tte (wfUUM u I rt . MIDIW. .Dffc !. WTWTIWIW HI PlilllHMffnn vm. MatwMMHlMf.llpUlt.l.MiM.r'. u, . . . FU 4if..ll.M tor nw, .wa..; w JtaA M OmmIIm .MMl aflM A.MMK.I I.MII.lll itllt . li do DowtuM ttwul poiiUt.lT ,Alkr3tWi-- v Kt. Lo.iU, Mo., for, our "DREAM BOCK." I'ullol slranBUQil useful Inlormutlon.ftee. On. HAnTER'8 Iron Tonio ib for Sale by "rvinniofS AND DKALEnS EVERVWHEREa all tjfmimm. Mrwslru , Onl. Tha Art etlmato enraa. Som. Throat, Langa, fall kua, W p., route, aoat, free. luimn ttr W) MARRIAGEKS 11 bow, Olotb Jr Ian Oulda, Nrant to tkat tbadattbtfnl ourlouior tbotwhtftij ak.&lar-i- t and guilt blndiaqCO ou.poper lMplao.iient oeoled, rnonei or etpe.ojr u4fw.ka iMTAaM.rtwMltkMlft.f Amiiam rf lifft. MH.UV Hk.lMi4ltHMwaM. turn.. MM UMIM. Mm. M.U1 ttm Craik, Walter Parrent, Robt 2iEttJJul OO. M ". BMTfcV1 leBTeatapajclallit. NerroaPfSlllt7, rfMMtaf4alaya No, k. daily, leave Falmouth Accomodation. Covington, 5:25 1'. M.; arrive Falmouth, 7:30 P. M. No 9, daily, leave Falmouth, 6:00 A. M.; arrive Covington, 8:00 A M. No, 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:55 A. M.j arrive raimoutn, 10:40 a, m. No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P, M.; arrive Covington, 5:00 P. M. Lexington and I'aris No, 52, daily except Sunday, leave I'aris 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A, M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; arrive Pari, 5:15 P. M. Note to Passengers South Winchester. Trains Nos, 3,4, 11 and la run via Winchester and I'aris only, Nos. 6 and 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Paris and Lexington. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D, C, Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a rallr ad, W. H. WHITTLESEY, S. F. B. MORSE, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Pass'r Agt., Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky, H. W, FULLER, C. W. SMITH, Manager. Gea'l Pass'r Agent. Gen'l '