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TERMS, QUE DOLLAR FER YEAR s V Volume VII. sxsssrsim: aBwwuijiiixiftVMJJ'wn,ariaBrweiTyTaajwMiiAiij: F1MNKF0HT, KY.f AUGUST 30, 13S4. xwniBatcrvxirrr&armr.r.BjmrrtvmMnBrtT.xArTttr3 FEMALE Number 50. t Nichols, of ;Tndianapoli-- lecture is well nigh impossible to convey an wondernight, tfept. 4t.li, and Cleorge appreciative knowledge of the fe fully long list of peculiar ituie, Sept. Oili. W. B.iin Friday niyht, Hpe"ialattracti'nsaiid inwiK'nsop!"asure to b" con-- i lered. giving Bridgeport Seven sp, i,il trains of 'aiiroid cars transport "o mc two thousand ron- - '' io;. A splendid rain last week. "tilert ii".unnt end geniine 'I'JthroIogical iuclu i n the George Hancock is quite ill. ot Strange Savage Tribes ever as' The sweet potato crop igood, though sembled anywhere, two menagerie, not e:ara. with three ring-- , a three circu-e- s of living human inar( -, a Several ladies and pen tiemeu of this miN'iim section atteude.l the Lexington Fair huge elevated -- tape for the display of Olympian mums, and 1. T. Barnum's thi week. Great New York Roman Hippodrome, Several ladies and gentlemen of this in all it metropolitan magnitude and vicinity attended the Shelby vi lie Fair magnificence. Two full set of 'thi.- week. w hiehareoftliem-.elve.swonder, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farmer are on arc required for all these varied exhifor the benefit bition-, and one set ha to be put up a a trip to the North-wes- t lay in advance of the show. They Aoi' his health. cover nearly ten acres, while tw'iitv Tim Mayhall and family of Louis- thousand be comfortably ville, are visiting friends and relative-i- .i seated in people can the stupendous either of this section. hippodrome pavilions. The irotracted meting at Franklin The Sicred White Elephant and Colo-sChurch closed last Thursday. Jumbo, around whom center 7 addition-- . uch a wealth of wonder-- , will :t!-.-- urely be here. The forty elephant.-- , Mrs. Tiettie Jenkins lias so far rethirt two camels, illne-- s a to he covered from her rcent sixteen open chariot dens, sevi n perable to be out again. forming lair- -, twelve kinds ofmu-i- c w.w Mr. J. 11. HvddNh, of Oldham coun- uui other m.ije-ti- c and Mpcrb ty, and hi-- , son .John? of Louisville, 'pecta,ular features of the daily fri" with a'tlendfd the funeral ol Little (Jeorgie -- trect jtMgeanl, will be wonder and delight. last week. . Mr-- .. Thm-idas in-tr- iu 1 on-gncan-vas's- and relatives the happy state of all tho-- e who enter through the pates into the city. What u work the Christian mothers "hweei inui, cut ironi me parent oonyii, of J'Ynnkl'ort niijrht do if they would In lic.ivcn's cilniL' is opening now; Iione.-t- . earned efl'ort. only make an Tlit-rto flifTu.e its sw cutest hrctli, iuieid of ilMntf idly downwitholded Ne'er to wither or fwle by death." Iiuiuh, sivinjjf there i no iwi' tryinjr, or they haven't tini", or tliey have liwt KAltXUU'S KIHKEST T.003I. 'I'he interest in the teninntliee eau-sully day may eonu' when you will regret n'oloi-teopportunities. With Forty Elephants and Two Thousand Tons of EnterThere w ill he iiue sin'my; durinjr the (oine of the bi'-- l 'in,'er Convention, tainment. in the city June promised to Ag on thai ovealon. The biwy evangalist of the Sacred Dolejratw to the Convention will White lOle'phant lias- breu with us, :md arrive in theeitv, Wednesday alternoon, through him we are enabled to Barnnm announce ihatTheGre-iru'jrt. :5, and all 'persons who have agreed to entertain them may expect them at and Loudon Nine United Monster Barnuni that time. A committee will be at the Shows will give us a grandThur-day- , them home,. depot to holiday in FY.mkfoit on ' Kith. Remember the State Convention of October really This vond"iful exhibition ha the W. C. T. V. will he held in this mu 'h greater grown to besomethim; of and higher city .Sept. 1th and ."'th, in the Hall of standing thanimportance th largest merely .Representative. entertainment of its kind in the world. 7 rnCirinnell, Ohio, named tor Hon. It has noblv won and really a sinned .1. B. there are no liquor character and dignity of an established years no public institution; everything concernand for twenty-ii- e one has been bent to jail or to the ing which intere-t- s everybody, and .penitentiary from there. ami about which more is written, . It Let everybody come out to hear sdd than any other topic sng't.-- W C. T. U. Notes. man MRS Slllfl, Principal. AQ-H10ULTXJB.A- L MACHINES xi . WARY T. RUNYAM, Thirty-sixt- h The e. Anntirl Se&3lon of this School will open on tho Second IIhvc accepted the agency in this city ror, anl have on hand sample lots MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884 of, the following machinery: An' 23.;t A.LFRAKKL18 FERGUSON & MEEK J. P, Manny Mower and Reaper, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mills, Common Sense -- i)K Koiainor. I'ntented Auj; 5, i334 - po-i-tiv- t nsr'-U- will Invc it atti hed u yn- - .ujf Inlout foi 5 j LuiiU per pair; will li.ne it mijU'ttd srfaai!t to ) utr cull buttii.is for !t 00 p'-- r pair until she sells of tulT Iili pit ut, wlncli is niiw ( 1" i c . tmttii 11 inii- -t pay pi(.s liuili ijH, u IC ti Mils. AONi:s h rKANKI.IW rUAMKt'ORT, Fertiliser. (jner Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON mar. 22-l- & , rmm If not h-sold &MiLfcc f dj'itil MEEK, Machine Works, KRAXKKORT, KY. (h-innel- pmately before SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1884, j wiM. ,orrKii .vr punuc salu ox mi: my i prtmise-- FAK?X OF HO ACI5ES, Ihrecnn'li halfmilfs north ff Frankfort, on tlie l'u.ik'i Mil pike, ihere is t j;ooJ frnme liou'is ofi nxinis .ip n tha pliia, n large tobacuo barn 5 i 'ect, a iidj large stable, aounj; orli .rrl I . nppl'', pen h andpeir tree jmt u,.n linjt to tn j grape arbor with 3jO ines uf sbmiul grapci, two never fti'tni; prinii. The nnprnvcm nM aro irl ne and tne hnd is in a hili i.atu ol cult. - ah ;i- ".k, iCtd .r.W.Tll01KI.Mfi. JL 'l wi .til Tins juet H 1 jt. ny LI Li j his spring unci "utntu r stock of PIANOS AND ORGANS ! -, - a nsw pan my yw j) sjfti ! IlS ES a Mf 3 STAPLE AXI) FANCY a a ij-t- y EASY TERMS e ! aj? Q NOTIONS, Call and soe him. &C. In buying a Piano or Organ many perrons have the idea that they must pay all cabh. There are thousands of families who have an incn-.nol' fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcelv mis.s it. To all such we would sav,' do not wait to lay up enough to pay for an intrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are giving easiei terms than any Music House in the United States Vi-ib- le al iv-ul- ts r. 1-- WIluLlVl Mav uAiL-tvV i: thirty-threecliario- ts, -- St Nov. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. i. .J. IT rR VNKIOlU, KLXIt crrPKR. Siilo.ttiuu, CK. l'iiiu'li iJt LOL - ILI.I vfin hi" V l- XI) RhlAILDi . vt co.. LERS f. 1UCKY. -- tauAimLUEi!; I iHTh A KJf. IT 'A A NOTICE UP CJOAlj in ! Ji-nkit- Is rVl RV PAIROI-- ' A game of ha.--e ball was played at When it wa- - known that Col A. 31. last Saturday between 'the Xwope had resigned as Collector of this place Bridgeport club and the Bonsm White the Storekeeper- - and Stripes, resulting in a core of -' to 1:!. Sold by me. Also tint my outre 'ock of to make him a handsome Dr. Burr Clark and Mi- - s Annie OH'utt, pre-efollowing letter show-ho- w The of Georgetown, arrived in this i)i:n'( well that determination was sAU Tiiuivlav week, sloi )ping ar Mr. O Roberts', where they were quietly carried out: S32ZS MS3. Lnxi.vfiTox, Kv., Aug 21, is-Jtev. Tho-- . .1. Stevenson, murne' ottloialin. Vr. (li'O. it. i'Jinitrtp, A'. I am in receipt of 31 v !)::u Snt: Hungerford, of Shelby ville, Rev. B.F. pastor of New South IV 'nsm Church, the beautiful two karat diamond -- tud South Side Druggist. a ( will preach at Franklin 'iiurch next md of your kind note of to --recent date. ay: "Allow in which you are pleased 'Saturday evening at 2 o'clock, and CAM DII : l Sunday morning at 101 o'clock, Sept. me, en behalf of the ofhYeis of the sieb Aiuurn iiui;i seventh Internal Il'wcnue District 0th and 7th. f Kentucky, to pre-eto you I. irf MKMOIM this gen as a token of their high Departed this life at the resd'Mieo of :egird and appreciation of you a- - as a OI D Rl.D, his parents, near Bridgeport, Franklin superior oflicer and geuleinan, ever pUI I RICH Dl'KI' sure calfSIK VKVRs ery line ami lj l'erf.tt! jj.ttcr A August M, lWsl, after ti eourte.UM and kind. V one and all iiiinial I'ritCipnet 00. county, Ky., ;63 you a prosperous and happy life." week of intense su:i'riug with flux I accept the beautiful (Jeorgie, son of Charlie and Mattie genij, who-- e lVI10.it ill' Tow(llo ami Russian Amber Varieties, .lenkin-- , in the second year of his ape. value to me lk-- in the one fact that it cockle, both I'ntircly is the free offering of thirtv-thre- e true, from tofree from re, cheat andAddie)- m. it in ule thit year, ,!'tt, js "One by one we eioss the liver, loyal, and grateful hearts Ky I'ranklin, One by one aic fenied o'ei." With gratitude for your gift, with WASH. CRUTCHER. How fon'ib'y tlu-- e lines impress pleasant memories of our former olllcial Au,; Min. their meaning on the memory a.s we relations, and with the best wishes for associate-- , sire again called on to consign to the you and for your thirty-tw- o ! confines of the dark and narrow tomb l remain the sincere friend of you all fellow-morta- l. how little Ah, A. M. Swoim:. another though do we realize the deep sorrow WNhiiiR to ottle up the btiMncN of the firm ol that this bereavement brings to the A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest N T KU V I'icharilson, wewill oITlt the storeroom which we now occupy, with the stock of t,ooiN, to all. father and mother. Bereft, as they are, darling, their only child, of their little J. A. Tawney, rq., a leading attorjust as lie was budding into that period ney of Winona, 31inn., writes: "Af- STAPLE '$ FANCY tiROCERlES of life most interesting to parents, that ter using it for more than three yeais, period when the prattle of childhood I take great pleasure in stating that I contains music sweeter than any earth regard Dr. king's New Discovery for can yield. The little chair will no Consumption, as the best remedy in the Queon's-warPocket and Tablo Cutlery, more be placed at the table forGcorglo, world for Coughs and Colds. It has I'aint-.- OilSc , .c. the cradle is empty, tho toys are no never failed to cure tho most severe sell them separately. Will sell them together or will longer needed, tne house is desolate, colds 1 have had, and invariably reN K. RICHARDSON'. Mi . O. T. RICHARDSON. sorrow and woe are depicted on their lieves the pain in the chest." countenances. Sad sad indeed, would Trial Hot ties of this cure for all this picture be if thero were no bright Throat and Lung Diseases may be had IANITAOIUM. Krwinldo, Ont. Tho dry rllaata enres. No3u, 'Ihrout, Lunte, luUldon, Slip., route, coit.treo. future awaiting the ransomed of the Free at .Ids. LeCompte's Drugstore. Lord on the other shore. Then cheer Large si.e, tfl.OU. MARRIAG AND HEALTH 1 up, loved ones, tho babe has only pone f llitntrntfid . over the river where ho is now in the f All that tho (loubtf ul ciuloiuortiioui.ntf til nnpt to Knavr, tin- Di-tr- kt ((auger--determined SCISSORS, DwrnimmM COM3 TO Having bought out the Coal BusinebS of W. J. Chinn, I will be prepared, on and after JANUARY 23, 1S84, at my Coal Yard, near ibe Railroad Bridge, to deliver K J. h nt lLJLm J&.ihjL?S2 - 1 1. Jos. LeGonipt e, m. 1 1 1 at reasonable prices. I ihercioie respectfully solicit a libera! share of patronage town and nt iFOTA SjSl.XiE. 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. i 1 S. BLACK. i- -h s Having sold my Coal Business to S. Bhck I recommend him to my former patrons, and hope they will contiiue to buv coal from the old ' Y. J. CHINN!' V stand. iSSj.-tf- . Krankfoit, January 26. ls - FOH SALE a m. 11 1 m imi Ji TMftl BaswQ r" W T a i. 1:1 n r nri-"ii- i ww (Successors to 3I0KIUS & ALSTKOM.; H erchant Tailors. AM) Dl'M I.KS IV o, , -, GP8STS, FURNISHING- GOODS, IC AXXT STHEET, PrANKPOBT, KY. - WWV" arms of .Jesus. The funeral services were conducted bylliv. L II. Sal in, who most graphically portrayed to tho weeping friends Job Work Neatly Exe- ukunnnd i;uia uinuiu::ict3,iuirerH',.Mr5; rlnBiOutiln.lU nlGo.oont HoMed, mune or atps.uit. 10 OR. .'1 cuted at tills Office. bo frmut gpeeliillst. Nor niurriasu, iMutuuntioa rniu I'linipoin ino. ousueulllir.l mpadltnenta The best Goods constantly on hand and Perfect workmen emfits insured. None but first-clas- s ployed. All orders promptly filled. Please give us a call. Jiui. 12-1 yi-nr. j l fi '& t't . V. t ) , t A , i 4r I UIJSJMSJiMWMJlliULIJsXllUIJIIIM UK FBANKFOBT H ROUNDABOUT. itorud attlio Frankfort. ICcnlucl. a inconil ol.ufUiKiilnMe mtiltcr. po?t-offloc- GEORGE A. LEWIS, ws 7 Suitor and FRANKFORT, AUOUST .10, 1SS4. The Press at the Exposition. The members of the Kentucky Pre' Association were enterti'mei in huud- some style by the Exposition Company ,1 .A All the ediat Louisville Thiir.-iliitors of the Ktate were invited, furnishs on the railroad-:- , ed with free entertainment at the hotels, and supplied with badges, which insured them free rides on the street cars and admitA ted them to Exposition lUiilditisi number were in attendance and larue A public enjoyed the day iinmen-elbill at reception was iven in Mu-- k' 1 o'clock p. which addro es of in., at y. pn-ey. welcome were delivered by Cols. Bennett II. Younsy and R Polk Johnson in behalf of the Exposition Company and the local pre.", to which Col. J. Stoddard Johnston responded in behalf of the Press Association. The editors were then invited to Payan'srestaurant, where a splendid banquet was spread, of which they partook sumptuously, and at the close of which numerous toasts were read by Mr. Finley, of the Evening Post, and responded to by gentlemen from different parts of the State. The Association then throughout the building and grounds, to witno-- s to ride on the roller coa-te- r, drill of some of the iinest military the companies in the Cnited States, six of which were present to contend for prizes oilered by the Exposition, and as they liked. A to amue them-elvheavy rain just at dark prevented a splendid display of fireworks prepared especially for the occasion. ed es It is proposed to hold at an early day a at Woodlake this county, of the scholars who attended school at re-uni- at that the old ''Stone school-house- " place, in "days lang syne." They are scattered far and wide throughout the State and county, many of them have attained prominence in political and business life, and so far as known none of those who received their early instruction there have been convicted of crime. It was there that our venerable State Treasurer learned to make figures and swapped biscuits with the girls at play time, W. J. Chinn, Ex-Mayor Mr Geo H. Macklin, Dr. 13. F. Dt.vi.ll, Col. C. Went and Mr. Wm, French I-- tit recess; and Dr. C. " played Ii. Chinn, Frank Chinn, Esq , Mr. Jos. 15. Lewis and the man 't learned their "ab abs," played "prisoner's base," and built miniature log cabins on the hillside The yiftod Mrs. J. C. Morton was also a scholar there and has inscribed one of her beautiful poems to the quaint looking old structure. If gotten up it certainly will be a very pleasmt affair and well woith riding many a mile to be present at. "cat-ballIIoi'-vdaijoi- which was too small, had failed to extinguish it, and ii- - soon as the cartridge touched the paper it went oil. Unfortunately the militia law make-- . Hervlee, after enlistment, compuNory, but make - no provMon for pensioning a s0i(U(. in case he is maimed lor life, atid the aid this young- man so justly divserves from the State will hardly be given him, as the only way to obtain (t will be by an act of the Legislature, the members of which will be very likely to be too uneasy about their - Many of m, perhaps, have realized the truth that "1 his life is but a strife, bubble, but a dream ; And man is but a little boat 'I lint paddle- - down the stream." Such funeral note were brought tu niiml when we heard f the death of Mr. James Ilrown, who died 01 cuiiMiniiitioii at Denver, Col irado, August i;th, 1884, at the .iyc of 39 years. He leaves a wife hut no chil dren Mr Ilrown w. is an engineer on the I. & X railHe was a great favorite with the road for 22 ytats tr.ivclinj; public and never met with an accident during hi whole career as engineer. A little over two iimn lis ao lie went to Colorado, with the hope During a sham battle tit the encampthat the change of 011111.110 would prove beneficial to lis impaired health, but the fell deslrovcr, consumpment of State Militia at Louisville, on iMMlllHti'k. tion, bad too Mirely marked its victim, and on the 17th of this month his spirit took itN flight to the great Saturday, thoprouiaturcexploMon of one Will appear at Opera J louse one night Jehovah, who doeth all things for the best. Hut of the cannon used by the Governor's only, Monday, September 1st. "Why should death be linked with fears? . A single breath, a long duwn sigh, Light Artillery of this city, caused Mr. Can lieA the tics that bind us here Edward Stephens, sou of Mr Walker And waft tin; the spirit to the sky " Stephens, to lose bis right hand. He Miss Mimic Humphries is We have encountered jo sand sorrows unending; was ramming home the cartridge at friend in ( mciunati have heeii bright hearts made one by the beautiful rite uf I'linnu'iiy ; hasi heard the low sad wad of and hi- - hand was blown of! Mrs. ),.. (.'. A. 1). Brown Is visit agony sent up by limited hearts ; but in all this c mcininy can revert to no circumstance which in Columbia. just above the uri-- l. the arm being io ing friends li its sailnest so deeply bows down the heart with Master Willie A Lewis is visiting the dentist ( James lirowu. badly mangled (hat it bad to beamputa-te- d All feci that one o' tiie brightest and most genial ooulord county. above theHbow. man friends in spirits has been lost to Lexington. James Drown has Heaty, of Louisville, gone, but hisgcntlcnniilj bcring, the remembrance years of age, quiet is Mi.s Katie ii.Nannie lirowder. about twenty-tw- o manners and feeling of bis kindly nets, hi court'-uuMiss Inward his tehowiucii, an never he erased from the and industrious, and this is a terrible memory of thosr whose- hearts now- bleed at the loss Miss Nellie Orbison has been visiting blow to him. An investigation made relatives in Shelbyville this week. Ilis rei.iuius arrived in Lexington list I liursd.ij and in the beauti ul "City of the lic.ul," were by a court of inquiry acquits Private Miss Henrietta Blackburn, of Wood- at I r.inkforl, .1 large 1. umber of fiieuds, relatives .ind ucqii intinrih accompanying the cor'ege. U ife Chas Hridgeibid, of company, ford, N at Mi Allit I lines' 110 eatthlj comfort mother, sisters, br thers, there-ito urn, but fnriMi He Mi-- s who was holding the in him' Around annotd ,11c of (10J he is luucangoto at the time, Hollo Lynch, who is singing, with tliv tl.ione will return hoiiM'Thursday. thousands uf others, the songs 01 love and praise to of tiny blame in tiie matter, and the lilesSLd Redeemer, Rev. I'.mh. Julian and family, of opinion it as the accident uas 11c hope to meet him, "Vet visiting relatives Madison, Indiana, unused by a wad of paper that had been When the d.iy of life is lied J m tin- - city. I hen in Heaven to greet him. rammed intothegun by some unknown Mr. Aug. M. Hicks, of Louisville, Where no f teal is shed." person. It had taken lire and V Meagher, hasarriv-- I cutler for Hudson disregarded every Sunday, and that few or no arrests are made for it, and that still fewer fines or punishments are imposed are facts that are well known. Open saloons, gambling, drunkenness, fights, in all of which cuis-in- g and swearing i both loudly and softly indulged in are every Sunday's occurence, and little or no attention is paid to it by the authorities, although it is all against law The police say they are not to blame that when they make arrests the parly arrested is promptly turned loose without punishment, that this lias been repeated so often that they have become both discouraged from making further and arrests. Then who is to blame'.' Oh moral people, oh Christian citizens, are you not to blame'.' Degenerated and shrivelled puplic opinion is responsi ble lor it. "The Old Curiosity Shop" last night. The Opera 1 louse was again replete with a fashionable audience to witness the charming Kate Putnam in her inimitable and wonderful impersonation of Little .Noll and tiie Marchioness, two widely dissimilar characters, from Dickens "Old Curiosity Shop." To say that the public was pleased with the production, would convey but a faint idea of the gratification experi enced, for the evidence of an intense inward delight were pictured on every countenance. The assertion is not overdrawn when we remark that Dickens' Little Nell was almost an inspiration, so sublime in its conception and so grand in trutlifuUne-- s, to nature is it in execution. The character is not only grand, but it approaches a climacteric where the word suberb involuntarily It finds an appropriate expression. bears on its front in every scene, thoughts, and feelings, and emotions which appeal irreisibly to the higher manhood and gentler womanhood of our natures. Dickens has inime:talized Little Noll, and Little Nell will yet immortalize Katie Putnam It is so difiicult for those of maturer years to fall back into the habits and feelings of the time when we all were (or ought to have been; Litth Nell in character, that Miss Putnam's charming rendition of the jmrt is more than a success; it is a triumph. In this character she has won a national reputation, and we may safely say that no actress on the Amer'a. ican stage is her equal Xoi'falk dis-ruste- to vote more than a mere pittance. J le haa the sympathy of our entire communUy, and it is hoped that if the State fails lo provide for him some employment may be provided for him that will enable him to gain a livelihood. Thursday morning Mr. Chns. Mand-leh- r took some glass from a broken show case to the back door of his mother's .store and threw it out. The most of it struck a brick wall and rebounded towards him, and in order to protect his face he threw up his hands, when a large piece struck him in the palm of the left hand, piercing it clear through. Several pieces of glass were taken from the wound but he still suffers great pain from it. JFr. JioumUihnut: We read sometime, ago with noliftle regret and mortification, a communication from one nfyuttr county correspondents, who was making strictures on the remissness of our Sunday law- -, since which time we have taken a little trouble to notice around on Sunday and find all, even more than he complained of to be true, and we should be glad to know who - responsible for all the lawlessness existing in Frankfort, and especially the violations of the Sunday law and ordinances. That it is openly and shamelessly abused and i- Mnj. II. T. Stanton and (Jaughter, Mis.s Lutie, returned Monday from a trip to Old Point Comfort. Dr. Thos. L Taylor, formerly of this city, but now of Abilene, Texas, was in the city the first of the week. Miss Allie I lines, after a visit to Miss SOMETHING NEW. From iho announcement in lliis paper vou will ob erve that the partnership of Harris & Herrmann has cissolved by mutual consent, and I will carry en the business as heretofore. I will vi poet fully announce to the public at largo that I will sell my V s lloa McDonald in Louisville, has roUtrned to her home in this city. Mrs. M. P. Wayt.s and daughter. Mi-- s Maud, are visiting friends and relatives in Scott county this week. Mis Corinne Blackburn; who has been visiting friends in this city, has returned to her home in Versailles. Mr. A. D. Aldridge, of Dallas, Texas, who has been visiting bis parents in this city, left Tuesday for a trip to New York. Miss Sallie Wool folk, of Woodford eounty, who has been visiting Mrs. Eugene P. Moore for several days, returned home Tue-day. Mr. Pen Morris, of Louisville, who has been visiting his parents, l)r Wm Morris and w ife, in this county, returned home Tue-da- y afternoon. morns. 11. Jones left Tue-da- y Mrs. having for Home, Georgia, to ing accnted the position of Matron of Shorter ( ollcge in that city. Mrs. Adelia Smith, of Point Pelle, Canada, who has been visiting her brother. Mr. John 3?. Miles, in tills city, left Tuesday for Midway. Mis? Bosamond Stewart left last Wedne-da- y to attend school in Nash ville The best wishes of Miss Pose's host of friends accompany her. le-id- o, ENTIRE STOCK! To a Louisville Auction House to them, and will in a short time brin assortment for every depart irent. you for past favor, I will kindly ask a contiuuenee of their patronage. dispose oi on a full Thanking the pub ie Mrs. Masonheimer and daughter, Blanche, of Danville, who have been the Misses Holmes in this city, left Tue-da- y morning lor home. Judire R. E. Gaines and family, of Belle Point, lelt Tuesday afternoon for Miss vi-iting Eureka Spring-- , Arkansas, where they will remain for some time for Mrs. G.'s lealth. Misses Georgie and Tate Parrent, of Louisville, who have been spending the summer with their sister, Mrs. 11. S. Banta, near this city, returned home nonday alternonn. Mr. J. C. McGinnis, of Jacksonville, of the K. M. I., Florida, an is in the city. Report has it that he will take one of our fairest bells home in the fall as his bride. Squire S. M. Tinsley and daughter, Miss Lelia, and Mr. Owen Tinsley, wife and daughter, of this county, who have been visiting friends in Jasper county. Missouri, for several weeks, returned home Saturday evening. Mr. Chns. Stowe. one of the clever est fellows that ever run the press de partment of a circus, was in the city Tuesday making arrangements for the appearance of Barnum's big show ill ims ciiy in uciuuei. ex-cad- et July J9-t- In the joar. No vacation. Students can brRln onf week-daTime to complete the Fall Diploma Builntis Couric about 10 neeki. Aieraze Total Coit, including Tuition, Sctof Book, and Board in afamlly, 90. Telegraph a specialty. Literary Courie Ladle, recelrrd. 6,OH) lucceasful graduates. Oter &00 free. pupils last year from 15 to 45 rears of ace, from 22 States. Instruction is practically and individually Imparted by 10 teachers. Special courses for Teachers and BuMneis Men. Vnitersltr Diploma presented to Its graduates. This beautiful city is noted for Its healthfulnesi and socletr, and is on leading Railroads. FeXl Setrton beginl Stpt.Hh. For elrculaw and full particulars, aldrtss lis Prtifdent, WILUUI1 B. SMITH, UilagUa, Ej, Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. tJK A Botlntti Ter Fixation bUC AIKIIU ELKHORN MILLS. L. F. C0MPT0N, Proprietor. Best Patent Flour $3 00 per 100. Other Grades procortionately low. All grades constantly on hand nt office on l'roadwa) opposite Capitol Square. FLOUR DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. O. 1223 K SALOON, Clair Hnint (Street. May L. ic-t- JLT. C03H?TOISr. f. L. WEITZEL, Proprietor. None but offc-rc-- For Sale! 17s AVAI.UAFiLE RLUE GRASS FARM OFthree for tobacco and gr.iii, next week. THE F1NE8TL1QUORS Wines, Ale, Beer, and Mineral Waters Kept in Slock. The Capital Brewing Co. BEER Constantly on hand. HOHN Cliftcn. In thi city, on Saturday, AuctiM 17, 1S84, to Mr. 1.. liomnion and wife, a daughter MAKGARfcT I'. 1 June miles from Frankfort, on a good turnpike ro id. A bargain The grass on the place will be rented for the present reason. Address or apply to May CHAS. I F.XUM. Fr.mkfort Ky. 3i-3- m. BTO NEWTHING. Used throughout tho country For Sale! AND 'PHE HOUSE on the LOT KNOWN AS TIIE 1 old Frankfort and Flat Cretk pike, two miles from Frankfort, .ill be offered t public sale, on Satuimjav, Si.pii.muku 6, 1SS4, at ti o'clock a. m., at the ofiicc of V. L, lcnc, in .Belle Point. JJy order of the board. A. B. UAMMONJJ.Scc'y Aujf. m. 1I MKMOR1AM. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS I"OH OVBB. provedITXlAXUsVy And thus 0 The Best Liver Medicine In the World. No Grlplntr, PoIsonousDnisrs, tint purely Vegetable, afo and reliable. Prescribed oven by Physicians. A speedy euro for Liver Complaint. Regulating- - the ltowel8,Purifylntrtho Dlood, Cleansing from Malarial 1 A perfect cure Tor Nick eurtneue, Cunstlpntlon nnd till ISIIIon If Disorders. Sold by Druirirws. For Pnmphlets, etc., address C. . H VX.I4 sSe CO., 18 Cedar Ht K.iC. City. Taint. ItmdcmariO An tnlirelrN.'wanJpoiitiTeljr effective Utrntiv for the inreclv tod oermiucnt by the en! 7 fix , Drfcit Ap)ictiuii iU pttnvipft) tvkief iBIlm&m, Tie tttt of titff rrmnly Rtun ltd With no im vr tnooQTtnUot. toi dof Oct Interfere with lb urdtoii; punulti of lifa. Tbi icmlt of trebtmeat bu Itoocl tt tail in wry Mttrt cum. tnt U itu a pranouDeed euect . Th"t to no Douicnii about thli pirftnUui. 1'rfectwu fttMrvation tsaUti to riartntM that, H will elr ptrftft iiUftcti n. II ta ctdtttj hj lbr Mf dlcftl I'ro'enio't to t mit rttionai lacana nt lno riaebiD(atilcurln lib vrj mtfaltat troubtt, Tbthtntdj la rtitt siiiUMtniM, MrNM n iimf mMttl. Hi N. I TfM 4 iSraiiMl rll. IiImi tl M'rt uim)i Ui M 1 ItasAihtt MtrtttrM kis)tt. Wat. I ksf IMmW MAlki U ill MtuMu ), f7 rrtstT !( t this srt luf burnt uMSpli) !' Wtmn. tu ilirai-tft h 11, To iMrmiiiK rn.nii ( b ttsnii I iiMtrstiM,vi'i in IsM M4I Bltlfiilkl thftl ikts ftMJ HtH fOsMrl, tj4 fit' r ttrit. ftt Mkt. f ninn. lb slwiiM r l(f MJ HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O JMBrWCt HUB "in nirvrw, r . J July cure of Seminal W&Sffi' n3z BGCKFOBB WATCHES truo, XmUilons nnd I m potency (ci u l 2fni.tU ( Personal vi-iti- ng PU'atY""ysAfT J XvJ' ' .1 r- I' r -- . . "iS.T yM; ' Or?. r rTN. - v O V. .. .A. Z (ra - r6a CHEMISTS, umini jur ) iLVA "j thotime, WBl liipUIUbuJlt FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUB- epe-rieenc- Heisuyoung wk'03 I - Jmr ! E VaSk A favorite nrpscrlntlnn of one of tlm jnosi noroii :iiiii BUCf'8iini fpceuuir-i- in itii'U.n. (nowictlrcil)fortli'fiiroofArTt'OM.'irfciii, Xiofit 3Iauhnotl,Wi'aUneaa it ml Xl'rrjr.S'iit i) ulieliiifrcr,l)rtiKK'Iut'' unlllllk Addrcit DR. WARD A CO. Loultiinn, Ma. vi-iti- ng - - Tin; mxr int-rr- thosuup vert s Railroad Timekeeper 1VH j w-Ui- ng g.ne Louisiilo, I their that ate A. ix Tin; IR, IKI T mm Hii IVI mWi)rrf7-iH- ; Hr &x. jfflhu flrsmwi 3ase5S"JSf5,j Y . XWWpggggiBhy .(WSS-Ci- l 141 -- Ettas?o:A SZk1.l .u-ai- IE T ! kSEWigL N JTS, Xni,i'.& -i' I rvfi-- i . ixy?j i &j&iLzZ.2.. ,. .1 Ijj.tl thesuab j ' The ninth annual session of this A LI. KIM)1- - UOL'III.K SCRKhXKI) afternoon. school will commence I't )iiil Uu!icry, Full foi fainily itv. Mr- - Kate Wimble and daughter, Miss .Niittle, left yesterday afternoon Monday, September 8, 1884. Weight, Itotlom 1'iico. for their home in Denison, Texas apply to Tor further TclRiliono conniiction No. .(. Mrs. Jits. A J lodges and children, of Louisville, who have been visiting rela- T. M. TURNER, Principal, or CEO. MACKLI1T, tives in this city and Scott county for several weeks, returned home yester- PROF. J. H. LACY, Ass't Teacher. FRANKFORT, KY- Dec.8-- f day afternoon. Aug. houif y--- ed in the city. Col. Dennis A. Lynch left Thursday for Louisville, where be will probably make his future home. Miss Maggie Lewis, ,.hohus been visiting friend-iLexington, returned n l THE DUDLEY INSTITUTE, Choice Coal Cheap. FRANKFORT, KY. JET7s7-BaLn3K- PHILIP SSLBEBT'S, m rd i I Wiiiuj ii n jitii wtM V lsTsssmlfllsIWSls.t 'Urn Ifl infurni-itioi- i S. 3 vnxmcacKx BManseuzurm mKatrmrtmiusmMtaEUXiiiaMitwiBS cxMitsnxstesaaLcm evening. M Docs your father allow visitors in the Thieves are bccouiiug numerous in S. South Frankfort. Several houes liave evening'.' Ye', my dear, if you bring been broken into over there within the one of tluwe line loaves of bread with FRANKFOllT, AIK1UST 30, 1881. last few week's, but as yet no great loss- you from Sower & Alder's. A nice selection of line IIRfl GinCULATIOH IN CITY AND GOUNTV es have been sustained. Watch.:.p Hudson & Meagher's new Hats posi- - gold and silver watches at Philip ll, u Sclbert's, the jeweler, St. Clair .street. of Mr. tively cannot be beat. thief broke Into the cellar Guy Barrett Thursday nljrht. You can get 11! pounds of the best . Diamonds. A line lot of diamonds, Icordinlly Invite you New nnd Fresh in the Baptist granulated sugar for one dollar at at bottom prices, at Philip Sclbert's, Dr. Bagby will preach morning and James Heeney's, 'W- - Second street. Church Sunday next, the jeweler. MAIN STREF.T, FBAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. W. DEHONEY! & E. WM. CROMWELL - DRY GOODS. ' ,A I Agent, .Real Estate ryiLL o piiACTH i: in OF to call nnd cxamino raj lianklin nnd Ithe adjoining eouniics, nn I r Ilk ti tilll nirn iii it .luiAlil ' U'I II1.IIIKII t Ii flit. i.l(tihniii in 'Hi n uli fill nldii U lli I'UIVIHf'U StocK of Hoods. mil rule of rial it.ite, cullcction of idits, lolilui", utiil the nr tfirti.itlon ot loan. Office I -- the courts FRANKFORT, KV oppo-it- A eroding is badly needed on way street at the intersection of way and Third. ConCon- There are now seven candidates for Jailer of tlii-- county, Willi several precincts to hear from. A badly Mnahed up buggy was the result or a runaway yesterday morning in South Frankfort. 5 - W . Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The old folks are out Be sure and the Tin: lu:vr S.w,T .in the world lor Cnt., come early with oneof Sower it Alder's Hruise.", Soie.s. Oiceri', Snlt Kheuin, The Public School opens Monday for tine loaves of bread. SorcH, Ghii))i(l II ti nils, Chillilain, Corns, the year. Hunt up your books, boys, iinil nil Skin Eruptions, and positively ciiic-t'ilcHudson it Meagher's cutter is a daisy. and be on time. or no pay mjuireil. R is inmrnnti'pil to ive perfect or money refundPure Cider vinegar from Mrs. A. B. ed Price 2.) cents per Imx There will be the regular services at For sale hv Jo-'- LeCompte. Dr. Blanton's, for sale at James Heeney's, the Methodist Church t lie pastor, having returned to South Side. Evans, the city. ANNOUNCEMENT. Do not fail to call on Hudson it . Mr. J. T. Meets was married to Miss Meagher next Monday morning. FOR JAIIiCU. Susie Baxter last Thursday morning by Hudson it Meagher can furnish you Wo nre authorized to anriniinco DAVID Judge Thompson. Both are from with anything you wear. MOOltBiij n uiitiliil.ite for Jailer of Frnnklin Peak's Mill. county, ftibjtct to tbu notion of the Democratic All the best grades of Hour constantThe Rev. Mr. Bagby is conducting a ly in stock at L. V. Compton's, iil" l.nrty. We nre authorized to announce MOSES protracted meeting at South Benson Broadway. IIAYDON n n ctin.lidato for Juiler uf Franklin Bridgeport. Considerable Church, near county, subject to the notion ol the Democratic interest is manifested. T am willing but unable to comply party. with your wish unless you get your Mr. Moses Haydon, of the Jctt Uo nre authoriA'd to announce JOHN T. AWATERS us a oandiil.ilc for J.iilor ot FrankStation neighborhood, is announced in bread from Sower Aiders'. this isue as a candidate for Jailer. He Hudson it Meagher have the nicest lin county, subject to the action of the Demois a good, reliable farmer and if elected line of neck wear that ever came to cratic party. will make a good oittccr. I oroby announce myself a c.iudiiJuto for rethis town. election to tho office of Jailer of Franklin The Court of Appeals and Superior Your cough is growing worse. That county, subject to the action of tho Democratic Courts will meet next week Judge soreness and pain in the throat and party. of DAN SHEEIIAX. Hiucs will take his seat as Chief Justice lungs is increasing. Better get ridwill Q. Ward the absurd idea that any thing Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. of the former' and Judge J. cure a cough or cold, and give Dr. (newly elected) as Presiding Judge of Balsam of Wild Cherry a trial be- M00HE as acuiiJi'lito Air Jailer of Frnnklin fore it is too late. It never fails to county, subject to tho action of the Democratic the latter. check consumption, and quickly cures party. The justly celebrated little actress, all coughs and colds. We are authorized to onnounce ROUT. STONE Katie Putnam, will appear at the as u candidate fur Jailer of Frnnklin county, Now is the time to get good comforts. subject to tho action of the Democratic Party. Opera House on Monday night. As AY. T. Bunyan's. Wo aro authorized to announce NOAII 00 INS she has always been a great favorite in 100 for sale at this city she will be welcomed by a Never mind what they say, I am a? a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, good audience. true as steel as long as you get bread subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Mr. D. P. Payne, of the Cedar Bun from Sower it Alder's, made of J. E. We aro authorized to announce LEE A. neighborhood has presented u with a M. flour. curiously shaped egg laid by a hen on If you want a perfect fitting suit, call OWKN as a nandidato for Clerk of the Frankj t, lis place last week. It is not quite as on Hudson & Meagher and you will lin County Coparty.subject ro tho action of the DittnooMtia large as a guinea ofj, has a neck to it get it. ' an inch long, and looks very much like FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. For the best all wool jeans go to W. a crooked necked gourd. Wo arc authorized to announce .IAS. A. T. Runyan. as a candidate for to tho During a rain storm in Lexington Tf you want a fine looking face, and office of County Attorney, subject to the action Thursday of last week, the residence of of tho Democratic p.irty. Mr. Andrew J. Campbell, formerly of a skin rosy and clear use some of Sower Wo aro authorized to announce BEN. G. this city, was struck by lightening and it Alder's fine bread made of J. E. M. WILLIAMS nsa rumliiLito for County Attorney, stunned that she flour. his wife so subject to thu action of tho Democratic I'arty. did not recover for several hours. The testimony of many who long suffered from ill health, caused by an FOR ASSESSOR. of the new firm of impure state of the blood, goes to prove The store-rooHudson A Meagher is the most hand- that the best remedy for making the Wo are .tuthori.e to Announce W. II . HAWK somely decorated on the interior of any blood rich, red and pure, for beautify- INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countsubject to the action of tho Democratic store-rooin the city. They will open ing the complexion, for curing sores, piinples and other skin diseases, for party. up ne.t week, and their prospects are removing aches, pains, stiff joints, Wo aru authorized to announce LEWIS flattering. They already have the rheumatism, etc., for increasing the HARROD a a ctndidate for Ase-isoof Frank-i- n power of endurance, An giving health promise of a large trade. county, the a ti in of thu Democratic and strength to every weak portion of Just before day yesterday morning the body, is Dr. fliiysott's Yellow p.irty. Dock and Snrsaparilla. Its effect Mr. Henry Pifer discovered a thief pleases the User in every instance. No attempting to break into the smoke- other remedy equals it. Feeble-minded Emma Coleman, of this city, has elected a teacher in the school at been Mtes House of live rooms, gas in all the rooms and good Hudson & Meagher will Monday morning and will expect to cistern in the yard Apply to Y. C. IIimxDox. see you during the day. 2.."() per hunThe next time you come love, pray Best family Hour only come with a loaf of bread from Sower dred at Compton's. , & Alder's. d Solid silver, fine plated ware, clocks, and all articles canes, Mudson t Meagher make shirts to jewelry Usually found in a measure and put your initials on them. store can be found at Philip Sclbert's, Best patent llour$:J.OO per hundred St Clair street at Compton's. Try the L V C. Hour. Foil Rr.NT. Setili-tf- . Juno Cmrt House. 2.1-l- y. bo open with 33 POWER MANUFACTURER OF 5 gold-heade- fir.-t-cla- -? Institute. Fi-vi- t witir-liictioi- . Galvanized Iron Sornioes. Window Hoods, k ) TIN, SHEET IKON AM) COPPER WOK.. DEALER IN THE CEl.KIJUATL Which he has been selling for fifteen years and it has never f tiled in a single instance to give satisfaction. The ZEPexifSGt iiEwXlg'S, which is the most beautiful, the most convenient, and most artistic Range in the world. Plain and Fancy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and T.naineled Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oreain Freezers; Goal and Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; All Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and lion Hoofing a specialty, and lor which he is celebrated all over the State. kin-isif COLUMBIAN COOK STOVE, - I-- I May 31-i- y. "NVis-t:ir- 's CAPITAL EL Q. ART k Storks' GALLERY! While Hall Clothing House MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutclicr FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at INDUCEMENTS home. Oct. V SPECIAL 25-- tf. VIO-LET- T mmmmmm- t!K0s&z: " S AX-.x 1884 v 'V-- 'r OPENS AUGUST m efcNX c Days, and Continues Beventy-On- e CLOSES OCT. 25. MP Bsmm N. v 3 i8.NSsyO SX 7 of 1 The design of the management is to eclipse at programmes et'er offered heretoore by the promoters a.z-- S' zzTDTTS-mnXj XTjK m BOMB FIRE PROOF LARGEST AND FINEST DISPLAY OF MACHINERY IN MOTION EVER MADE- Of THBI ATTRACTIONS: sscsrrsrrzcir. X. .- ART BUILDINGS MUSICAL REPLETE WITH THE CHOICEST OF MODERN AND ANCIENT TIMES. SHOUTS NKVfclf UEFORH KQIALKI1. PAINT-ING- S t S K Cuppa's 7th Reg. N. Y., nnd Gilmoro's World Renowned Bands. . two aoNosnTs urnlus isa.ii-v- A f r 'i M ' PI Mr. 11. C. house of his brother-in-la100 comfort: at V. T. Runyan's for Danigan, on Todd street, and treated ale cheap. him to a load of small shot from his double-barrele- d gun. He didn't want Headache is immediately relieved to kill the. rascal so only shot at his by the u.--e of Sower it Alder's ine legs as he ran, but failed to stop him. bread made of J F.. M. roller flour . The opening of the thirty-sivt- h The best Sl.uil shirt in the city at W. annual e.ion of Greenwood Female T. Hunynn's. Seminary is announced in this i.ue Hcing one of the oldest female The best stock of all wool jeans in the in the State it halso one of the bcot, city at V. T. Runyan's and parents and guardian can not linda (lo to W. T. Hunyan for the best better or more competant instructor for , than the shirt in the city, only $1. ill). their daughters and ward-noble Christian woman who is the If you are troubled with sores, aches, Principal. pains and general weakness of the various bodily functions, don't be deceived by the advertisements of bitters, kidney medicines, etc., whose certifiWill be given at Mr. S. Iliad' re.M- - cates of pretended cures, are often paid dencThursduyovenhig,Sept. 1th, at 7 for. Put your tru-- t in that simple o'clock. Prof. F.ugene Ashton, F.locw- - remedy called Dr. (Juysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. It will cure tionist, aud others will be present and you by purifying the blood aud I'liu-'- i uuu mi iiiiuiuiiL-irmuiv nun iiiut strengthening the weak portions of supper, which the ladies of Providenco your body. You will also find it very refreshing to Church will furnish for the benefit of system. The the brain and nervous proprietors receive , .. ...... whs parsonage, rriciuis aiu an expectletters bestowing upon it the highest praise. ed to bo present. -- i)0STETTE(V J Horticultural Exhibition, Splendid In its Presentation of Growing Plants, Flowers and Fruits, Illustrating Tempernte and Tropical Vegetation. I.uu Ion, i lu ixtiut the Koyal 8t.ck Sho-vo- f AN IMMKNSH FINK STOCK K.N HI HIT, fimInD" Kuuuiuj ami rroKtug lloricj, llcfoM, phott IKiru ar.i I'.ilrj Cnltle, rrtmlum Slntp anj llu,. uqIt to - fuuud lu atiil ftrouui Ktutuoky uatl nluid iu the .if rtatc at many millions uf lullar ; Ken Utn tri.tu tin lH'ittiu tit of tuco ritalc (luaril l.ncampmtut with dally ranulei aiul lrllN, elaborate the (H'U.'rtl tfOtfrcmcat aru anion the ailri'tiou tu bootUrtd. Tbe tudln btiltllii; cottrln HUKTKr.X r itrouud, Hltli u nuinhcr of nnuexea lu tho 1'irV uf ID a.'rci. cuiitalulug ITi) larlitki of Fori.t CUI! 1 Trie, nut also cmultt n tvuutll'ul array of Konlgu au Inuftlc M ttiutaunud dwli. lli U1CVCJLK It VC'tS KKTWKKN T11K HEST IllIi:ilK IN AHKRKM. GRAND COMPETITIVE MILITARY DRILLS of the Tutted .Stitoa TLouanJi cf Kloctrk "liif t a. Itv'twtrn tn Crack Coiianl Stv X. tS&ArK REDUCED WJM 5 Bsii 2''i mi UnU3Ji llluuiiaatcl RAILWAY RATES "J xim&r C W JufJwjit ZWY X. WAJ I fmm "V From tlm Sonli ry iutli tu ! an mm iimblluj e Mlt 'ht grvat t uii'iuonoi tn mmm----!9fM- v Ittn X new m soum MHmmKKammmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m "9m Sq.-w.aro- j&h rfvtfMM Fete-champetr- o. BITTER5 When Ilostetter's Stomach Itltten is used to promote assimilation of thu food uiul the blood. Indigestion, the chlur obstacle to un acquisition of atreiiKht by the weak, U an ailmeut which lnfullibly to tho action of thla peerless correc- uve. Loss oi UC8U ana auneiue, laiiuru iu sleep, unit growing evidence of premature uccuy. . iore specuuy counieracieu oy mo great Invigorant, which braces up the pby- elcal energies and fortifies tho constitution against disease. For sola by all Druggist and Dealers generally. eu-rl- ch sue-cum- ba Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MANG-AN- , Tho Fceblo Grow Stroav. SK & CO., Prop'rs. . r Cllntcn Street, ETortlieast Corner, Capital hun-dnds- of . Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done on short notice. Oiders by telephone promptly attended to.. Jan, 7 I OWWWWPWWiWW' PVWWViW, www nwuiimij. iunuuwixmjjiuji.u- - juiuuaunwunjnu mn,mjwj. jiwmjMjmiwuiJinmiojm Limjiuj.wjM.i BWMHMBWUMilJWIII wetMBmrs mMMmMmMnanM 0gC3KTUJ.',JW."tetegg2'CTJ H KRANICIWKT Wr&n TJ D S O N & 11,11 -n- "iS) M BAG H E R jfC! V aim i'.imtti' jiaT'C.TayjBMuami t i Are in their New Store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. MERCHANT TAILORING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. Give them a call. You will certainly be well treated. RfllWIURMIT 'we would mvo to your nwlers but that training das and augment it by a Willi- 111 tlll'lll lllllllll lllllll.ll lIll'U few hundred dollars and have a night V(M;ii'iV . H'hnol. Will the trustees consider our 'riioiv wh- - n lavpro crowd at tlio ban-- . proportion'.' ,tlscinSla.t Monday morninp on Stonoy be--I have talked with a number of our t citizens and they all agree with wlio Cwk. There were tifteen por-oreceived t!,e ordinance hnptfcii- i-' nieonthi important .subject. There raised eiudit niale and .'even teniale-;- . Lkler can be no objection1 succe-sfull- y against it, and if wo want the .1. A. Peter- - officiating. 11m li wiiIimm! Mr. Hunter wa compelled to top '0'- vi.uui. Vox I'oi't'iii. the inJmi- at Antioch on Sunday evening on account of the Glcaninjjs fron P. V Journal of Education. of oine w lio have lot all their el 1SSI Axtiocji, Aug. It i a shame that tiioe who Teacher do your belong to one of to meet and enjoy theinelve-cannwih do ?u on account of Mich these meeting V (i. e. association-..always attend? If not, you ought creature.--Xix. not to complain of low salaries and a d want oi lrom tue world lor NOTIUK. your profession. "Who is wis"? Schnieder's Brass and String Band. Who i weighty VHe that is teachable. Ue that conquers He thai is conhiineif Who We arc now prepiicri to furnish tuuic, tented. Who is honored? He that either HraN or Mnnjj, lor every occasion, honoreth himself. po-nibl- u t-- &T&2 Jtxk J&fJk J& 54 &fy.W'dh Scrabble. ZM aMVSP-e2?TO ION r. 11 m m t J 'ft Ir r JkU school Xo. i How to teach spelling Prof. S. P. Old uiule Alfied llodgeri- - is still very ick, tbovigl. u- hope he will recover Rrowder. n in fractions common and i'.sain. for .v n - the very bc- -t of attention; j"i 11' wr.'ild. Inn been called to decimal Mr Tiiisley, M'hool No. 1 Importance of Geography ee hiin from North Benson, and one o: both of his daughter? are with htm Mi Lou Brock. iUry Jasper I ).i lton. most all the time. Selct J'.eading Miss Ida Ik'll. "(jleneral Jett. Thomas Ht'XTnn, ii C'ii.. II. Pa Kit EXT. Excelsior Institute will open next Tyi.kk F. UrnntiiACK, ?donduy week. ( 'onuidftce. Mr.s. Thos. Bedford is visiting relaTHE PKAXICroi'.r XIGHT SCHOOI, te is in Boyle county. Some few weeks ago "Nix," one of Mr. Den. Williams vMted friends in your correspondents" called attention t ) Lexington this week. thi very important subject. Move would , A light rain Thur.-daI de.sire to ask room in your paper to h.i e -- tattvd lots of say a few words niordireetly to ihcjtru--teesothe ubject. W. K. Rally left for his home at Rich Frankfort, a- - we all know, has the Hill, Missouri, lat Thmyday. best organized Publi School system in (rill ha another nice one on hand; the State . All the strangers who have come on, you fancy hore buyer-- . had the opportunity ot visiting our ,!. Heavn viited his daughter, scho.il have suid thele i mo l'ublic C. in such vi tiling scnool in the Mrs. Joe Thinning, at Lixington. order as our- - Thi- - is quite llattering to u and v.'c take it a- - a compliment, as Miy. M.nck Shaw and Mix Jno. we sj,,uid lint let thi be so, yet we Ilender-on- . of Frankfort, viited Mr .!. take it that there is one thing lacking It. ishaw this week. vet. and there i one very superfluous to it. Mi-- a Maggie Quinn ha returned home w ill con-idWe, the later flr-- t. from a two week'. visit torelative and with "Xix," highly commend the - Mill friends at Peak'training cia? a:t iviieve it to oe a TFeuvn, II. I learn praiseworthy appendix to the chool. W. J3. ijuinn, and wife, R. J Fogg and wife attended We have no objection-- - to that. except we think u is supermious in tin way: trie Fair at Lexintong Thursday la-- t. It strikes me very forcibly that the Hie. first grade in the school studies exactly the same thing that this training class Antioch. studies Xow is there any the world for thi-- 1 lass? I think not. And Mis.s Flora 'Wallace is at more, it is mJiki or $7l eAtra cxpen-e- . Seinoni's' till week. It seem to me that thi money couhl be spent in a more profitable way. and The meeting at Pleasant Ridge in the end more good Church i now in its third week. Thcqiiestion heie is: Can we do ohm We had rain hist week, which did a tiling better with the money? Can gfcat deal ot go d, .mil all the crop- - are we make it conducive totheb's-- t intcr-f'-t- s looking I'm we can of our ' itizens? I Mr. Charles McQueen and family do something better, altlaaigh we havey a vi.siteti .uis. jit1 Mi. Waller siqipoi'ted for,thelai two year can make institution. I say we Lewis, Sunday. it more conducive to the interest of our Mr Job Smith, of the Stoney Creek citizens. e could do this hy orgamz district, wa the gue-- t of hi brother, ing and running a good night school. Mr. Mich Smith, Sunday. When we read the biographies of mo-- t ol our great men we."( that they got Mi.ss Mamie Brauner, of South ineir .start in a puoiic nigni school Frankfort, attended the Sunday-schoWe have sivn demonstration of the at Antioch lat Sunday. working of night schools. Who can Mr. Dick Moore and lady, of Stoney d"iiy the good that such schools have Creek district, were the guests of J. W. done, and who can do otherwise than iSemonca and family last Sunday. predict good results of them. Who a good night i carrying on a knows but if we had Elder J. K. P . South work's meeting at Antio"h this week. school we could educate a President, a Senator or a man of high rank from There is a large crowd every night. our news bov., and other. The bae ball fever has .struck thi In obscurecircunistances. The question neighboihood. The boy., meet this even- i now, which in more praiseworthy, ing to organize a nine. Look out, ye prepairing a lot of young ladle to teach Capitals. who are already advanced considerably in the way. of knowledge and in the Mr. Caroline Wallace, of Cincinnati, laws of science, or take a poor, hard Ohio, and .Mr. John Green and lady, of working boy, youth or young man, Graefen.murg, were visiting Mr.s. J. girl or lady, and educatethem, although W. Seiuones thi week. they are obliged to work through the "Old Time " in your Jut l.ue hit. day in the factories, hemp mills, or the nail square on the head. We were some other place in order to gain their mum mediny support. Yet they could go to a night preenl at the school and get a very good common and can endor.se what he say.s. school education. There seems to bo Me.sr.s. Simon Hopper and JJob no question about it in my mind. We Owens are telling a snake story that ought to take the money expended on ' l.e--o-Ks-suy 1 this week. The weather here - very warm and dry. The people think their crop are nettling lain badly. Mr Uatler. the artist, arrived at Scrabble for the panicle of toiinjr AH order-- will be pioinptly attended to. a while with his art 'gallery. For fmther lnfoiination. plcwe call at the Old uncle .lohnny Moore and wife office, . 309 Main stieet, Srfwot's were visitimr th place Sunday, th jrue&l of T. II. Wilbnrn and vifv EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Mr. Imw N. WilUoin and wife are attending and visitiny J'noGKA.MMi: their relative. in Woodford county. Of Franklin county Teachers Associa.Mr'. Margaret Ilarrod and daughter, tion for ;kl Saturdav in September, the ff Flat Creek, :'; lAielnda Duncan I'Dth, at Frankfort Public School buildi.ixi gi.indd.uighter, aNo Mis. Amanda ing: Thoihp' 1. .. tit" L'UCStH of Mr?, Addrc. t'ol. Robt. IX Allen. Vtdne.day Aug Si rah (.'. Pullij-."The Tesicher" Mis Ship, ! Association. Mr. T. IT "W i lboi n - viitinjr hi3 brother in 'Woodford county, this week. Jiis.s Harriet Jours, of Imminence, wa viithij relatives near this place i- Natlmnirl K;ror is attend intr the i'-- e-pivt. 'd, ot ) Do-yo- . re-pe- lUiil-ling- the-A'-oatio- V LOtl.. which are being moulded the living statues which are to adorn the historic yaleries of life. Xo one should lightly assume duties, especially .such a are freighted with immortal responsibility. Von know not what peculiar niches the living statues you are carving are to occupy. Be kind and gentle, but decided. The most certain styn of wisdom is a Fvery school-roo- m is a studio in fflk 0& f M I5K y f 'W3351 d3 3SS Sale by JOHH T. BUCKLEY, Saint Clair Street, 'Frankfort, Kv. "tt tin In t la 11 continual The door-te- p chcerfu!lnc-- . . to the temple of wisdom is a know ledge of our own ignorance. They whom truth and wisdom lead Can gather honey from r. weed. Cmvfer. 7o tiara COOn V.EAt.Tn n-- f HTTP Wk. B, ffa. fti M U. 4 . ,V rsi fi k ETAC9 .",. ?a eva I. Si IA rj s ra w. r.!or. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. JZJlJJV GTiu.&? TJOTJTIZ9 Shottest and Quickest route from 1 Mora: Axox. An Answer Wanted. Can any one bring lis a oa-- e of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Hitters Avill not speedily cure? We ay they can not, as thousands of case-- , already permanently cured and who m I plo. y. u -- are daily recommending Electric Hitters, will prove. Uright' Disease, Diabetes. AVeak Rack, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, legiilate the bowel, and act directly on the disea-c- d part. Every bottle guaranteed. For Kile at Vc a bottle by O.iiv Prt. CANPORD'O n.vr.-o t4V i ISfe8a wy WVKR I'iVie.CRATOft iii'ilo Liior .. . r W -- ra ta wmrji M ta OBNTHAL KEST'DOE?, IIITI, Effflfirffl 1'asi AND SOUTHWEST. i.i.nnmLnN CINCINNATI. 1S84. LEXINGTON Jlidii-iti- Jo. LeCompte. mi I.irar. fih Fam-- 1' Hcarinclic. Jlbiui.r. i ".." An 'Mrijirint. si.nl your 0,1-"ill .tv - nnn . vx-on inn boo.5 ' on ii nvt.rl ci..l i l1 "I. vernnl it H""-i- . cs," to A..'.. S.'OKC, 2k Iji ! 'vr-'fr- t Nov1''' '! o to'piJW im v!atit f( rdiynK psii ndi'if.n r .'it fil'!ir 'nmnucrtuji'd tj,Ii SCHEDULE IX I.tTECT JUNE 8TH, Suutli'Iiound. Covington 1 almoutli . . . . . . . . . . .No. 4. l.r di Daily. 8 10 ; E. m No. 0. Daily aim, ,?o a 111 J5 a m 00 a in K. sun. 1 00 p 111 3 33 l in 4 44 p 111 5 No. 12 D.uly kv hi Oi fefef,1 ysfflBEsffiEsms IvLMTCUV'S ROUTE Arr i'.irU Arr. i.UMIIjJtOli. Aj Cyntniaiu I.e. thi-wee- k. 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Rot. land . lU.jO p . . . 1111 l.. i: :i 15 p mi 30 p in 1 a 111 2 10 p m! 5.55 50 p in coo oj p 111 0 :o 10 p 7.'-- i B.32 HM. 2: p 111 p in p m p m ji m S55 ji m North Hound. -- o. 3, -- A SOLID TRAIN I , ' ROM korisviLLE, Cincinnati, and TO u-e- in niANKKoirr, Lexinnion, Ky. ! vi-iti- ng WASHINGTON CITY, 00KNE0T1 JG IN SAME DEPOT WITH IAST TBAIRS FOE t'vuftnli, t.d lot rrcre i anei tluj to tul IR1P07EHCY, i,v, cr cai.u p 'u o; lctoa. jn lT5t. ptnclrl1'. nMI-rTTostod foroTorS - Cioi'Iryiu nroTtrcpuc uao la tiiou- tl n, h tii ' ti'ioit) thi yoora i :ci. . . ii. ' ' 'Ppc.udd of casoa. rltr- - liill'ji tec SM v it 'i.'. fii: 4iIit. Tho naturs.or'aa-Intk c sf iLu sro icitorcd. IU Q frlraat'ni iUipdH if TRIAL Ufa nhl 'a L'j t i W PACXACC. aio l,n ba . ll vrJ tr ..Hurt Yit.fi if I'l--ta WM t? Zl ail lir mil trial tea It.'j.o im tr jtuint tt' laslraant eNCTl."-- '. I TuVe n r Jiul) that ii cure t l!oe 1 1 ur trci circa, Duily. No. 1. Daily. in E. No. 11, Daily. bun. Arr. Air l.e. l.e. W intliesti-r. I.e. C , U H'" Lve Eeii.ton . . . . . Eve Hon laud l.anc istcr Kiciiu.uud . . . 1 25 p 1 J5 p in 00 p ni 55 V 1' 000 a 0 in a 10 40 a :i ts-4- 45 a 6.00 7.00 Arr. I'aris T. e. inchektcr 3 a g -- rr I'atii I n Arr CjntliiTiia Air, l'.ilniuiitli Arr. C inginn e I'm is 3 3 1 Tiji . . . . . . 4; (,,i 4 3 " 5 P V p m 35 l m 15 I' m 8.10 1. 13 p tit j 7.20 n in a 00 j in .05 .i in 2.15 1 m 3 10 a m 75 2 50 p 111 S.iC 111 p P 3 57 P in 5.35 P in 0 55 a I it 3 j a in ) 1 MAVbMIJ.E IIUANCH. Nortl.-l'ouii- -- Tiry &ia HARH53 REMEDY CO.,M'Pc RFHD WRF.SS COO'S -- j Chc-nlst- Iforth 10th St., SM.ouIs,3Io. No. 55, Sui.d.iy . an-AVe- r, aSTEW thi: AND TOP-K-. ', I Hue $3i 2 v:hths.$5s 3 momks. 57, Onlj. a E. No 51, Drtdy, Sun a N'n. E Dail,, 5, bun. I )raise-worth- fti-t- er, rouik 10 Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, muncT AI.L An Miilcrslmrg Arr. CarliHiu . . Arr. JiiIiiikuii . Arr. .Nlaikic, Ec e I.NU Coint jii I.UMllL'lUll Pri.. . . . . . 2 i 700 .i 7- -5 8 S . 30 a 9.17 a I to CO .1 No. jO, to .1 a a a 948 a 10 30 a Nr.. 52, Daily. E. Sun, 5 45 7 7.25 8.15 8.40 o.co 4 30 p in 5 00 p in so p in 5 47 P la C07 p 111 7.00 p in ZJLlLi? nnn JrAfo3rTRl fjL ONLY TRUE Soulli'ltuund I,"e Maysville I.vc Jnlinson Eve. Carlisle. . M illcrsljur . . , Stind.iy Only. 1 1 Nf.,5li E Sun. Ml t J ol Tar tickets nun further inforiiiiuicn, .iiil. to jour ncnit'f-- tkku oilite, or adihcfe, . W. i:. AHNOLI;, W..I. lJi.n, Aiivcrtieing Agt.( Tickca '22! fourth Avttiuu L'juitillc, Ky C. W. SMITH, , tt U i General .Manager, Gen. Pass. Ayt., KlCIIMON'D, VlKCIMA. igy in ON Hi 15 p ni Ec Arr. Arr 3 TONIC FACTS REGARDIHO Arr. . . , Lexington. . Covington . l'.iris, 4 15 P m 9,10 a 111 0.03 ji in 11.30 a in 305 p in 3 30 p in 57 l "1 45 p m 0.30 a m 21 .1 in 7 44 a in 8 10 a 111 a m 12 05 p in 12 44 p 111 1.25 p III 1.47 P m 2 to p in 6 00 p m P m boot-black- s, iEV First-Cla- ss PLANING MILL. '111 - Sr.HatU put Ify ami cnrleli llio Iron Tonic I J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently ndJeil to his Establishment Planing Mill, to Is now prepared furnish nil kinds of ! ttteUiys.FJi!i? ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work MoylS.tf. & Turnin BLOOD, recul.ito It tin- LIVER and itlDNEYS. niiilJtKyioiiK tiik a tlioso llEALVn and VIOOK of YOUTH! dli'i-(- ' rc.iiili Iiijlt ii c rliiln nitit HleIii 'IONIC, pini.l.ill iJjhpipHu.Wmitol AiiuUle.linlljfes: ftU.. ItS llhl! IS Iltttl kul tlllll. I,liuk HI lliincs, ullli IiiiiiiuiIKiIu .mil outlet Mil li'sillls. EnllMlis niii'.i'lKiuuil iii'iU'Mi'u Iwi iiijw liirce. thi. i'il id and siiipllt Ituiln I'nwu. h biintiiii( iii'iu uji uiJiiiNiiiiua . IS.. J AdflluOl pi nll.ip tfi tlirtlfu.v w ill liiut In IJ IIA HTKIl'H IKON TONIC u Mlo .llld Kpt i ly ii imika I'li'.ir nun tilt, Btlnl.t.'I'M ll Slllll.lll) ihmiiii .oiiiiii"ii. to lliu MlllIU ol J)n. 'ill. IW.lil l.u'st Iiiii". Iiisii ih llinl frc'iiKiiit.itlnniitt,ir- onlj uddi.il lo llit'popul ul It. ..I 41... f.l l.rll. tl I Jill ..11 IllhlllfWriltnlU.llll llio OIII'.I.N AL A.S1 lll.bf. ill. lint SDUl lull -'ut ,(iiiiil r.mrmltlroiito'liinllr HiirtiirMeil ro.' Hlt.J.oiii. Jlc.for our"BKKAM BOOK." , nip.n (iiiinti'i-li.lni'l.a- 1 lll-t- Ootten out in tho Dost Style, ftriuik'oiiqd Dri. HAriTEn'8 Inon DnUQGIUTS v.lllof AND DEALERS tVERVWHEREi nstful Inlotiiuitlon.lrei)., Tonio is for Sale dy r.'di.iotitli Accoinodjtion, No. io. daily, Icavo AI I Covington, arrive I'almoiuli, 7.30 I1. M. No 9, daily, leave ralmoutli, C 00 A. M.; arrive Cov. t Hilton, 8:00 A M. No. 30, Sunday only, leave Covington, 8:53 A. M.; arrive .ilmmitli, 10:40 A, iM. No ji, Sunday only, leave Ealmoutli, 3:00 P. Covington, 5,00 )'. M, Eexlnutnii and l'.iris No. 52, daily except Sunday, leave I'.tri, 8:20 A. iI; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. No. S3, daily except Siiiu'ay, leave Lexington, P. .M.; .irrivc Paris, P. M. Note to P.isscngcri. South Winchester. Trains Nos. i.aiu . mi i.i ii inLiicsicr aim rann only. Nos. 6 ,ind 1 via either Paris and Winchester or Pari and Lexington Past Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run vh Winchester Solid Iraiiis v. ttli Pullman Mceping Cars. Iiliwucii C'incin. n.iti and Kic iinond, a., Newport News, Old Point Comfort, and Washington, D. C. 'I hrough Tickets and lla'jgat;e Checl.ed to anv dcktination reached by a railnad. S. II. MOUSE, W. II. WHI'ITLESEY. P.issrAgt., Trav. Pass'r Agt 1 j,,, 1 all c.w.Vp,rK,r" .:.w. Gen'l IWr Agent. bk