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ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, ""1 .. jj:iv ; r ,h . tA'-y.- ji rteaai j- s Ba '?r .vt mi WRT MM 27, 1884. H Number 2. IWANKFOBV m. iiw rarwieimw ?11I11 OPTSTSTHSTG- - r- - OiALLED TO THE 8B1! a THI1TG- OF THE UT T M ;f 'iV iv,'i:-- waiw ; i j-- 1 S5. 3SE. COHEN. & m w d Hoi .L .fMbWWJtol fe.gtceWe 1 P. whpri There will be a grand pony race on The hbU and supper given by the A. frVQhib. at Weltael's hjdj Tiiesdhy Col. R. P. Pepper's track at the old 'i&ii&;i L2fiIL. ':i aim rrauiwu '.evening y as a del lgtfjjI 'jitfiilr. Sn Idor's Fair Grounds . this afternoon at 3 rcoraiii:iiut;u o'clock. fcessioris to the church. fBndfurriished the.hiusic fert's dtscourseswero' The following are the assignments of i'viand f6rcil)ler(W4J Internal Revenue Storekeepers in this bMelrtll y welcomed when: , ..Fjrankfoiit, Kyi Sept. 20,, 188-1vicinity, as we are advised, for Have accepted the agency in this city for, and have on hand sample lots tlmcshe returns tqRrank- - ActonTieldy of, the following machinery : sBaughp G P the term commencing October 1, 18S4, i Buford, Nancy 'BusbrGe'o Viz: J. P, Manny Mower and Reaper, M BusKOTllA J. J'. Hampton to W. A. Gaines & lon. 'train will berun from. v.uin;cai, o.Ai,y it,- uuinauiat x Co,, No. 4. Superior Grain Drill, jmou,-josepf6hfiIiOUl8iile(,Exp9sitloh "" HUntsteni, A M GilmerBUas Buckeye Cider Mills, L. H. Finnell to W. A. Gaines & Co., nexfi Thetrnin will pass, Hiirbei(l4A'lex Hennessy.BS No. 4 (warehouse). l$cify about'5'8V$0 o'clock ,Hul.,.,.r Common Sense Fertilizer. Hhnsduri, Mary Jrto. M. Jamison to E. II. Taylor, .yoimes, v,m uaiinan, v l JtiheeCCftrrle &rjn. at ioffflfck MJett. Jennie Jr., Co., No. 2. & V. H. Gray to E. II. Taylor, Jr., Co., 'Loutsille. at JJellytyattr .Logan, Hettie leave. froni' tttis city,. ;Tjaird(vJpjwphy,yLammelein, Mike No. 113. Capital Machine Works, m oicoira, u Hf.-ii orna Alice Geo. It. Duulap to Jno. Cochran & mar. 22-t- f PolscrOve iMw.V "Perry, John M FRANKFORT, KY. Co., No. 37. :Bafferty, Bridget Eeed'.Ed sneny Annie Kooertaj Lienfl . J. F. Murphy to W. A. Gaines & Co., Smith, Joe established Smyral? Alek No. 10(5. Ste.wart, Bob SHauaeW S , Perry Crosthwait to E. H. Taylor, Shackleftifa, Wm Tast.Otto Jr.. Co., No. 113 (night). illlams, Jake Wheatpeo Pericfe callihg for'the above letters Thos. X O'Conner to W. A. Gaines .wlll.be! found itijfuture ready viir.iMe.say 'advertifled." and give & Co., No. 1 (night). r;Av;c.''r.'..:-'- S?'- - ... "vJr: ;,n AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. FERGUSON MEEK . as-nea- ?iV -- CHenry n M.-rii- Machinists' jobbing and repairing promptly done. FERGUSON MEEK, v - daietwlist. J.' islfSoMmkfortf shop, and all wrork laeftlii'elMlrMve prom aWn- if fi ' J. G. HATCHITT, if. M. What G & S. Means. - -- iia j - A:tK ., k" The 'ft jwihg is cljppedt, frqtai t the. martinvRoberts is building a neat DiirA'w tpZX.. v , , c . a .' coSjage. house near S.E. Duulap's. oS',Ml Despit fthe insuflerable. neat which "Bfafa JohttSQUJiasf been, quite ill seveml Vlays but is improving. O braved itne lntt.Jh oriable audience,asseniblage;in: Tumiu XrnVfiki era; Jeff. uuwja ,i'.w lis jdmfc ;Afdf acro"wd.el all- sinking wells. andaan'i.Payneure ,or( et jq; eeqieaun;a new piayiast Waire1lAtt'diende.' 3 r,,' j. t rt. : s,. ' & "I arn "i-- rariorpiance ,"" f ' j oeiore . , t Not Crutcher & Stnrks, the clothiers on Mainstreet, but Crutcher &Stephcns, om. JSept: 20, to Alfred Comley the meat merchants on Broadway, a wife, 'a. 'daughter. c Morris: of Clifton,' was down where you can find constantly on hand and for sale at low prices the following Siturday andiBunday. .list of good, tender, juicy meats: A- Wo6re bought a forty dollar Ge'dar Run. :verv - JJ$'' COW-11- 1 . . '.rtJiUurHUH luuiii. ", ., fe, itu, fafeUJiiufe' 'lOVI n&lrk M1V Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak.. Writes that his wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried gave no permanent relief, until he procured a Having bought out the Coal Business of W. J. Chinn, I will be Kinipa New Discovery bottle of for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, prepared", on and after JANUARY 23, 1884, at my Coal. Yard, near the iwiaka Ait;vi' AUUA VtminovnfiSiV llinaa which had a magical effect, and pro- Railroad Bridge, to deliver 11U16(VU LirliCkl UWUVIJI "IMh .wv lt'riwto; rup1? h( leac ?.?! duced a permanent cure. It is guaranturned teed to cure all Diseases of Throat. Hpeaction of the;play turns 'tipon the A 'terpLfi ridifeeUacrlflce of Yyqnne;" S(fttBloMingt6.V( (, . Lungs, or Bronchial Tubes. Trial "'iMiises Antole.. MoOre and. Alary Bottles Free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug at reasonable prices. of j,a iThonlaspn are, attending school at Store. Large Size SliOO. I therefore respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in town and aapifiou3:niwiLHMm;iwir.UMwiMtui Greenwood Female seminary. llsgrace,upolat:her; own sHduIders, Is country. M wtraelsed.'eiisr.fn brison fo ' susneCted W. H. Paris.of Buckner's Station, Orders for Coal left at the Drug Store of Joseph LeCompte, South m obbeVyo'ped?by.a phllanthropie Oldham County spent a few days the WEITZEL & O'DONNELL Side, will receive prompt attention. pf tlie weekwith Still Smiley. iiiiui iwu.uuci.iu. nuu uuhii.v:iciuiiii)'ui first DRALBRS IN Office at the old stand, corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets. liui honie'cciinnleterv vindicated to the Bled. September 17th, little Infant . Bcomflture of Her treacherous relative. Telephone connection No. 2. ofJohfciEllis. The remains b ho meetajth a violent death, atthe daughter wer,evburrled onthe 18th at W. A. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C. S. BLACK. Moore's. ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR ritpjhaye b'hfc'rUln. The.plot Mrs. W. A. Mflore and son, Bud, occasfonally Inlshed Having sold my Coal Business to S. Black I recommend him to my made a short visit to Loulsvlllo last former patrons, and hope they will continue to buy coal from the old and took In tfejire-lult-etilhardl- y. ..--- icomplaih of ,her, reception, om her initial entrvt until the frOJOiiiweek'sYisit to relatives in Louisliutibut the staeeaor.tne.ilast ville; W t abtjieeartiesjiriptio'n.. ma. wian "MoviTs is visiting her fefhsfrn Marshal Dickerson, in Owen eaissucn- enuourajreuient keanhust have, been In "k 'new fiif 'tVvfilai1 nlav aha- front hoi a:de.ParetitJs,erectinga large tobacco JiudSwe.cl6ely in, hand, 'awl, barn'rJo&sayH he .has a tine crop ot help .ferovfofcefa$Uy Weed. . "ZT atiaifet6ryt6 both artist andaudleftce., the filthv...'ip., i .1 tMiWrim'A littteson and da'vurht'er YWnp'Us a highly emotional dama, I'itindwheii tills is said there is little hV64.Wtesiek:,'bttta'rimproving - rant gifted itheOper M4&S&Sfc X VW V .V actress Vhad no Hous'eV The. naUUIlK OUK, uuioer io u. i MmmmJh fy - YVUR.CUC1U. Round steaks, loin steak, porter-hous-e steak, rump steak, rib steak, chuck steak, shoulder steak, flank steak, and mutton, lamb, pork and shoat stakes and chops in endless variety and a roast of any denomination, all or any of which can be had on application to J. Watt Stephens, at the store, 403 Broadway street. Just think of a shoat roast baked with sweet potatoes and a hot biscuit made of J. E. M. or L. F. C. flour. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have 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 giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. H. BALDWIN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, :i Vouvh Avenue, KENTUCKY. - EASY TERMS ! WtA r. M .1. H. CULTBR. Salesman, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. May LOUISVILLE. i7-- y A Startling Discovery. COAL NOTICE! ALL KINDS OF COAL ImPI ;& 7. ngrietitheiwrath 1 ajlMidents .r The nobility MSctcaeo'S. P.Moore, ...Mnl W IW',W;WWmKWJ' the UHRCV tKevxposltlon. night the young folks most On Monday wlthi mArtiahiMcv. all of hiet at Mr. Smiley's and tripped the )if.sari im: ii.ti:,a rayed" by itqle Rheai fantastic toe till a late hour. All say lithlwi llvPQwer. To many, one it was a' perfect success. ai Gatofe 'attractions of the: rne.mi IrMH. ofliMb? imtm her winninir . nreJ . Misses Jessie McAllster, of Shelby-vlllMary and Maggie Enlowe, of iince whlcK'aiways provokes admire-- ; w )n(viHlu) iiiiKiumiioii ner Clifton, are visiting Mre. Still Smiley. s$uiuu wniuti.SBviioiicuLCHCu u.v iicr Miss Mary Enlovelfft Wednesday for irench acxttt?fAUndbtedJy this new Louiayine and Brandeniurg to visit j KUiy ,nw;m ,,rjWW5Wa " Kl'SJ relatives. 1cce."tanji.wiEKJ ;inoVvvrucwi Well the boss tobacco boys are done xjqe nupjKui; cutting and have flUd, the commodious ppears to,na,ve oeen seiecieu wwn barn and all of the yacant houses on the farm with tobacco, and yet they look sad. It is thdugUt they both have tiei0pera House, a severe attack of heart disease. t motiv-ofaevitintr- It ,i J LUL','X.M sroMMare VX.Af.11.. stand. W. J. CHINN. . .' Frankfort, January 26, 1884-tf- . .?' uVl '1MMJ e, f . CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. i No, 439 Main St Over Crutcher & Stnrks' White Hail Clothing House jr mm ats I J " ?m j5 AWMKSIl locri. if, W. ViUMUCn IMMMffllMSCT ,&m& SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort send to the city home. Oct. 25-- tf. ' 1 $Vf vrfa im&fo , -- n ;.:.,- i m JX4f SV, n ns . Jft h SI . . wiHPfy mi- - ' . . 'S83 wm t T M. ' -- ' r ..v fm ' ' ' itti.rfW?imm&.Msmm m'd .JS .M i.vf0hi r 3 .. ' SUjiit'1 j&to, t-- -'- -- SVrW;ilm HJVW.'HrV..fj 7 .OTHWl,, 18 yWpBg I 7 ' 2 I.A.C JH ccmwawuHMWbi i rKttCTPi Mr. William Hell'ner, of Shreveport, Latest styles of children' and ladies' in V La., who has been visiting relatives felt hats just received at Ferguson this city for several weeks, left Tuesday e nt l'r.inkfort, Kentucky Albritton's. li ltoroil at tho for a visit to relatives in Ohio, accomc iconnd class mailable mutter. panied by his nephew, Mr. .las. W. Oct your watches, clocks and jewelry Ilemier, of this city. GEORGE A. LEWIS, repaired at F. M Wayne's, 10(5 St Clair street You will save "0 per cent. tf. M V 11 li I K 1 . Mr. I Mrsie preaches hU eighth anniIn tliN citv, on September 44th, 1B84. by Rev.'J. rnAN'KFOKT, SEPTEMHEK 27, lPfit. M. J versary sermon at the Christian Church M Lewi-- all .Mr. Anderson 1'kicr anil Miss Maljssa . county. of Hallow, y. afternoon morning. Jn the great composer, is he leaves for Hardin-vill- e Frank Howard, the where he fjt 1.1 I K 1) . Avith Thatcher, Primrose & West's will hold a protracted meeting lasting Mi In tills city, on Snturdny. Si iitombcr 20, 184, Minstrels. a couple of weeks .. Makv infant dnuglitrr of W. T. o T)aniel Gober has removed hi Dr. The bids for constructing water nnil .Minnie W. Hiitiynn, agnl 7 month. office to the Weitzel building on St. works in this city were opened yesterML' For the Roundabout, J Clair street. See his eard. day and the following persons were to be the lowest bidders: For In memory of little Mary GreenThatcher, Primrose & West's, the found wood Runyan. pipe, Mr. Gole, of Bellefontain, largest minstrel company in the world, laying Ohio. Reservoir, Mr. Snider, of Obit). wiil visit Frankfort October 1st. Put away all the pla things, Pumping Station, Thos. P. Shanks, of Tin1 ir.ulle, the caniiRC anil to; s M KsirallieHerndon is having erected Louisville. Tor our lu ej ed aby has left Us Ami sadiloiiid nil our jojs on Second street, another store-rooA large number of persons went to swi'.g in her hammock, She store of Messrs J. W. from this city to Louisville Thursday adjoining the The falrct, daintiest thine. FRANKFORT post-offic- KOUiNDABOUT. NEW TELEPHONE FOR THE ( , ffi. BENEFIT OF FRANKFORT AND VICINITY. I nqKtpvw& .1. 1' ' . ! I 'V irnl! m I' - v' d Johnson V Co. a niiuuit:. What do they contain? Sheetings, Calicos, Cottons, Ginghams, Towels, Napkins Dress Goods, Novelties, &c, and they tell mc new goods are coining in the latest? every day. Yes, and how low will he sell them ? He intends to sell them lower than ever, as he always believed in The Active Hae Ball nine, of thi city, went to Versailles Tuesday afternoon and defeated the club at that place by a score of S to ". profits. The east bound C. r. O. train which Yes '" "'" 1'l.ist. through this city at M o'clock at pa-- cs Have just learned from Md'm Hartley Wliat style of lit in ? night, will hereafter carry mail from What ? Why, Sol Hairis. Personal. this city to Mt. Sterling. That Mrs. Harris is now in New York buythought Ilanis ,S: Ilcirmaiiti crc propri-uto- i . Miss AnnieCrutcherisvisitingfriends ing the latest novelties in Millinery, Dress Haley and Weston Brothers, Wood of the Arcade. the greatest musical team in the Uni- in Louisville C. Hughes is visiting N'i, iii'iced. Sul If.inis is ilu successor of Goods, Notions, and Fancy Goods in fact, Mrs. Frank ted States will appear in Thatcher, relatives in Mt. Sterling. everything necessary to complete all the 11. iv 1! Primro.-- e fc West's Minstrels. Mrs. 11. J. Hyde is visiting her sister, tments. Go early and examine his stock And " ' i lie soiling? 1 great burlesque on Fedora, Mrs. Hampton, in Louisville. and ott will find his prices to please every- The liveiuhin, cNCfptinj; salt. Mrs. dipt. S M. Swigertand children entitled Bad Fed Ora, is one of the are visiting relatives in this city ody. If you have not leisure, telephontl an, '''nd r funniot pieces ever put on the stage. Mr. V. JL Newhall left Saturday ' Please disconnect. 1'iaiN of goods just opened. " Will be produced in Thatcher, Prini-ro-- c for st visit to Springtleld, Missouri. West's Minstrels at Opera llone Mis-Lizzie Watson left Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Richmond. October 1st. Miss Mattie Lyne. of Henderson, is At'NTIB M. DlTl)LKV INSTITUTE, sSBtradc Mft"SvJrtVASMXKVjhWtftftf W. B. Comer, contractor on the the guest of .Mis-- , .les-siCalmcs-- South i charged LwusTI Anfn(lrflyNewnil poiidrelyeffrctirel fS j Side. Lexington water works, who 7i". Mrmrir fur tho irfety and neiminertl W sure of Seminal Emissiona and Impoteucy by the only FRANKFORT, KY. convict to tL principals! of tbelilKUc. Thfl true nay, tIi , Dirtsi Mr. Frank C. Hughes is visiting his wiin the murder of the ue of lb rcmvdjr atuitJct wuh natiu or Imctmtiteac, nJ does Bit the ordinary trcttotot bu (Successor to N. F. & O. T. liichardson.) O'lsricn, had his examining trial Tues- brother, Rev. Win. Hughes, in New Tho ninth annual session of this liiierferc wltb Iu vrrr fcrrr punuftt ofklife. Thli mol of $wetn. Thi now rrdnoubcM comi, kd1 tbi tnt U no nooi9tif about thii ration. Vnct cl tn&blti uj to York. commence school "vil win iivo prriret fttiaUcticn. day, and Wih held over to the Circuit pit tivei rntrantee that it u de li:u IN vet d teav the Miillnd rof utoii ta I ttia noil ffttionft) ct 1J Rev. Thos. N. Arnold returned of rraelitnf ni curing till verr rrttilcnt trouM, Tb fomwlr ia trci Court in $11,000 bond. Wlaitmp fnonthl. fli Ha. fanfflcin ta titUnU ait. nflLrMniM. Tuesday evening from a visit to CovMonday, September 8, 1884. (Ualiif ihrM nwnini, a iTtnrtit rut, !( ttw .)i $itw), 7, tttkbky tuttl, MftM i i t.vmUoH rl.irf fntiiIik ington." ' Ilia wrapper, fit' Ihi dwiilfor t)Mcnjtiri!ijkWtfit Atitnnirtl l4uritA4wtrhmMt Mr. Sidney S. Buh, of this city, Fur further information apply to nhpt the lb mitibvtf. ' ' fifmMtt for Htnm M Mrs. Leslie Collins lias returned tr nt ! rf u t4 tha Aut f '! nmiF if has formed a partnership in the drug from a visit to friends in Connorsville, HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mf'Q CHBMISTS, T.M. BURNER, Principal, or Murket untl Mih tr?et. wT. I.OIH. MO. business with Mr. J. T. Cook, who Indiana. HARDWARE, &C, Aver-il- l PRji J. H. LACY, Ass'i Teacher. formerly clerked for Dr. W. IT. Mrs. Richard Church left Thursday All 4 in this city, at Harrodsburg, and afternoon for a visit to her parents in Bridge Street, Frankfort, Kentucky Avill remove to that place to reside the Louisville RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. Mis-e- s Lizzie and Mamie Crutcher Fresh Ureid every day, Goods delivered in any iht of October. BSa& feept. 27 tm. A fnvorlto nroscrlntlnn of rinn nf llin left Wednesday for a visit to relatives part of the city. most noted nml successful sncclullMsin tlicU.H. Thatcher, Primrose it West's Mins- in Louisville. mCREENKD Zost DOUHI.K I. Miss Loulie Walby, of Lexington, trel-! will'appear at the Opera IIoue on scaled ciivclopcVee.Kru'leleantlint. Al KINDSuse Prompt Delivery, Full lnplalnMnnhnoil, Weakness ami Dekaf.Scnt unily y:7 Address DR. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Wednesday evening, October 1st. is visiting the Misses Hughes, Weig . Il'iltom Pi ices. Murray street. VtTJPHlNG TO QUIT HOUSEKEEPING, I They are the largest and one of the JUST RECEIVED, will tent my residence on the Owcnlon Mrs. Sallie Crockett returned WedIcpliniit' coTiiiPctioii o. 36. i' miles from the city limits, including all best minstrel companys on the road, nesday afternoon from si visit to friends land 011 the south and cast side ol the road And tnc to a sni able fimily will also rent the furniture, bedding, and if you want a good seat secure it in in New Castle. QEiO. B, MACKILIIT, FALL AND &.C, appertaining to the house. will be a crowded hoiwe. Miss Joanna Rodman left Thursday time, as there Sept. FRANKFORT, KY. i. HORD. for school at Judson Baptist College, Dcc8f Attention is called to the card of Mr. Marion. Alabama. for & Jcvjdry Rspa A Sailneii (Jims. F. Lang, who bought out Messrs. Judtre W. JL Sneed and wife left Attcol the . in this .w. Thursday morning for a visit of several S. P. te O. T. Pd "hard-oMr Lang is a good business man, a days to Louisville. HAVINGOPENEDASHOPINTHEGROCERY Alex. Szymanski left the Lexington, Ky. Tailor, clever gentleman, and will deal fairly of Mrs. week for a visit to friends first Ann streets, I am prepared to do all kinds of work Of Kentucky University, the year. No l ballon. in in m line at reasonable prices. All work left at niv BtmieDH can brgln nr la the Time to coiuplott the (all Diploma Bmlness Courte about 10 nud honorably with all who may favor Louisville and Cincinnati. shop in South Frankfort ill re:cie prompt attention. AvcratuTntat Colt, Inclulluj Tuition, Pel of lloik5 and Courae St. Clair Etreet. Board him with their patronage. Call and Mrs. W. B. George, of Chicago, is GEO, XV. GAYJLE. free. Inlaitafamllj.lao. 15Teloiraphy aofiiclolly. LltcrarrOur InLiJtca recchol. 5,000 succcnful graduates. to 45 jean llet Alain and Hroadway, aw.from 23 Statu. rear from puplli Sept. see him. visiting her parents, Mr John Whitestruction It practically anil Individually Imparted by 10 toaclicra. University Special couraea for Tcacbera and Dullness Men. Kct'p constanil)1 on hand head and wife, in this city. Diploma prticnted tolti graduate!. Thlt beautiful cltv Is noted Mr. Chas. O. Reynolds, of Lexingfor Hi healthfulneai and society, and Is on leading Railroads. wa called to Mrs. George Dar-i- o Clotlis, Doeskins liul newDr. Fall Stulon ltgin$Srpt.Rth. For rlrculaw and full parUculars, address iu President, WILBUR R. HMITII, Uxlatton, Kj. ton, and Mi4-- ? Josie M. DeLime, Lincoln, Illinois, Thursday afternoon est Styles of pjiiriy French daughter of Mr. L. A. DeLime, of by the illness of her sister. ft CASSlMliRtS. Spring Hill, were married Tuesday Mrs. John W Pugh, of Franklin, PHRHGIAN & SURGEON, STRONG'S PILLS! DR. Indiana, w MisHe is prepared to make at the residence of the bride's parents, city, is visiting herHallie Tedd of this AaamwKttSi Well Tried, Wonderful parents here. The Old. RmiflwlnaT by Rev. K. A Peniek, of the KpNco-jmi- I Remedies. uoaith them up on short notice, OFFICE 223 ST. ClMfl ST., UP STUBS. Misses- Sue Gheslin and Sue Bush KTnnurHd C1U1TIUC Ml I C ror tan cure ror Cliurch, in the jjresence of a few have returned from a visit of two speeoy stinn O. OMUllllt TII.V0 A ,a.Al. dinUIID Sept. a?.iy. and (jive perfect fitting gar- l1Truompiini.Ria''i jjisiBrioi rP.ln. w.irlfvlni friends and relatives. A MAW. ."?. months to relatives in Norfolk, Virginia. the Blood. Uiensinsr irora f cure br Slclt Headache, Coaitlputloa Mi-- s Lela Garrett, of Little Rock, r.iuits, stylish and ana etit iiwm r M SrlA..1aa.lAlf1ai. George Auder-o- n Brown and Cha. Arkaiisa-- , is visiting her grandparents, NEW MEAT STORE. COMrORTAIH.K Straw', half brothers and both colored, rapt. Ji. li. iioiaway aim wue in in is had a dilnculty on Sunday afternoon, city IS Vficate?alej..j iorthi; E.AAW'5J& Judge L. I lord and wife will leave NO. 223 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE DR. B. F. down in Craw, about the ownership of a pistol, which resulted in the former in a short time for Pekin, Illinois, OUVALL'S RESIOENCE. 1 J r.hooting the latter in the left breast, where they will mako their Inane iu future. ' .'Mil AIL' inilicting a dangerous if not fatal ISEVI.RY I'MK OP VfWi Mrs. L. A. Kenniiigliain, who has a,1 ii IlJiUlWiD wound. Brown surrendered himself been visiting her brother, Mr. L A. Would respectfully inform the public that he has juM toanoHicer and was placed in jail. His Thomas, left Wednesday for her home opened a first cl.iss FICANKFOirr, Ti.'. examining' trial will take place tfiis in Paris. Sold by inc. AIko that my entire s'uclv of m E. D. Smith and daughter, Mr-!- , MRS. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. morning. tin- uliove place, where he will keep cot.stantly on Mrs. Lizzie Reynolds, and son, Mr. At Annual SeeBion DRUGS IS PIJIIE The Thirty-sixt- h h.ind the RKLIABLE The now Colored Public School Randolph Smith left Thursday for of this School will open their home in Alabama. building at the east end of Clinton on the Second Rev. G. C. Kelly and family arrived Htreet is rapidly approaching comple- MEJ "' MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. COME TO in the city on Thursday afternoon from Anil rnpcctfully soliuits asluire of their patron.ijje. Ann 0 (ion and will be ready for occupancy Covington and have gone to housekeep- J'rompt attention sivuu to all orders. about the middle of October. The ing in the Methodist parsonage MACK HALYJURS. Sept. 20'llll. Mrs. R. S, Hooker, of Indianapolis, building is a handsome three-stor- y South Side Druggist tp. 4rlek, with twelve rooms in it, very Indiana, and Mrs. Capt. Prank Wilkin son, of Columbus Ohio, are visiting similar in stylo of architecture to the Mrs Dr. LT V. WMllanis, South Side. DR. COLLINS, Has just reoclved his spring iinU mimiuer itock of White School building,-anMisses Pim Marshall and Carrie is quite S. an ornament to that part of the city. Allen, of Louisville, who have been STAPLE AND PAMY this visiting Mrs G. Ed. UEAI.KK J SAt'l.i--. A.MI FANCY The walls will not be plastered but city, returned home Marshall in afterThursday ealsomined, the ceilings plastered and noon. Office Next Ooor to Buhr's Hotel, Frankfort, Kentucky. Sept 25--i y. the floors deadened so as to prevent Mi's Mary A. Todd, who has been visiting relatives in this city and noise from above disturbing those . u. WWTS. J. . KIKK. HDOTiNS. CnOCKEBf & SUSSWARE. below. The grounds ant being graded Versalles for several months, left Thursday afternoon for her home in off and will be sodded, so that when Lee's Summit, Missouri. NOTIONS. &C. t limine loordiully Invite you tocair-ind- j completed the colored people wiil Mr. W. J I. Miller, for several years, Now and Fresh Stock have a school building and grounds agent of the Adanis Express Company HAVK JUST HUII.T TIIK.M A SHOP ON where Oall and see him. Cross, .South Frankfurt, ktrcct, in this city, but who now resides jn they arc prepared to.tlo nil kinds of carpentering on that will compare favorably with anv Covington, spent several days in the short notice, St, Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky MAIN STKEET, lob wor,l: a specialty, (Jive tlieni a call, iu the Slate. city this week visiting friends. Sent, 6eii3.tf. Nov. 1 morning, attended the Exposition and returned on the late train at night. Many persons are waiting for an excursion train before they attend the Exposition, not caring to stay longer than one day, and the L. & N. Road could be certain of u large crowd from this city should they put one on. That ever blessed a household With b doings a baby can bring. She Mas. nlwajs so tiny and fragile, Such a pure and deluate flower, Wc u.crc almost afraid to touch her, And watched her hour by hour, lint all our w.itchiiiK va useless, For she f.idcd gently away, And all we could do, or say, or think Did not help to make her stay. For "Our Father'' wanted our baby, He just let us have her awhile, He wants the fairest and brightest ones Fur jewels free from guile. Our baby will not be Iouclv Iuthiisc famous g.inlens fair, I'or many to hold her little hand Arc wniticg for her there. Let the turf cover her gently, Let the flowers their fragrance fling, I.ct the very breezes blow softly And'thc birds .is softly sing; For the baby is .ucetly sleeping, A sleep that is .Jin and long Her soul has gon hro' the big white gate And the angels lu.vc burst into song. Well. Have you I. .11 'u.-.i-'l ? is 11 Hciipcninf,' of t!.i- - Aicadc. ! Vou dou'i ti'li me quick sales and small de-p- al I 11 1 . s e , CHAS. F. LANG, J Anl"-fc,w- I toj-- l ft J H eon- ri I iBMnfl GROCERIES Ll flVrt will I Nn. 2 ufl.-- No. 3 Kn) d tm In wiMirt Tor iecnmruf'T 1 fc kj mr miMi ( for u.1, tm I fli- - Choice I CoaPCheap FREE! turn-lik- e, '' WINTER s;-t- l-- iig. n, (cpefl wetk-daj- GOODS! Merchant OH, r wet-ka-. SOD 27-3- 1 Daniel Gober, 1. - I WSSSWkOStSSSBti I . GUARANTEED MilVK SALYERS - i MEAT STORE SCISSORS, Jos. LeCompt W. SEE 23-7- 1 J. S. W. T. RUNYAN, 3DEJ2STTIST. DHHONE'fl J DRY GOODS, DRY GOOD, WAYTS ni-a- r KIRK J j&W i&.1!$&il1t.,'u&ljbi',,j) -- UiiV.-V.'jJ!!' &&tU$M' Zk ' 1.' - ' ' - t i i taaLafeahaMMfeaLh (MwsWT'pa ,'!,. ;:,, ,i....L.miWi w i.;,i...u..ih.j-.i..- ..j , jVyi.P'"Tf" MvwippppHiw ip i n j 1' . i mnii vnmppiMHpnp iJfclw wwMMaijKSH!e9a VT" r, & ' - $ 3 MUiautSiraMaaiMMfeMMi m&.iti'.ux ittiMtafMMai AAanaMfMatfeM SMaiuriMtaxa .A fcv' FMMFGilT ROUNDABOUT. "27. ItfS-l- ,' , -' FRANK FOttT, SKI'TIJMHEK ElBCtlLITiON . IB8EST t IB CITYANB CflUPiTY If you want a nice eight day clock of live rooms, Foil Hrxr.--Jlou- -c buy yourgoiiils of Weitaol & O'Dontiell with gas in all the rooms and good You ale now one, said the Minister cistern in the yard Apply to j V. ('. Hkiixdox. to the happy pair, only one thing I ask of you is to get bread from Sower Now oat store No. 223 & Abler and he liannv. READY FOR YOU! UDSOft! & HEAGHER '-' at If you want to Ik;, convinced that fences and the small boy is liappy. l iV A. have the cheapest millinery Mi.ved Spices for pickling at Day it goods in town, M. K. Meek 'sold Half's, Arc in their new store, and arc prepared to show a large and select stock. h bocomlng stand, Xo. :iH call atstreet and examTho use of the int-gun Main J 00 com fort.-- at W. T. Runyan's for alarmingly iYeiuont in this community. ine for yourself. F. & A. silo cheap. gX Wa' j ,'w 'vi v fmr, Capt. E Fl. Taylor, tlu- newly elected i rw V.j i Now Meal store tit No. 223 The best tock of all wool jeans in the 1.1? ?- M&JZK i-- j 1 M--z Warden of thi.' IVnitontiary, came up A cK M. ,JL1 ' vf I. i city at V. T. Kunyan's Monday and took charge of that Insti- .Ha in street. tution. GEKTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND TBOTKS. Stone fruit. jars, just the thing for . l For pure freh spices, ground and ''Monday is the Jewish atonement tomatoes, at Day Half's whole, go to Day A- Hall. Give them a call. You will certainly he well treated. 302 Main street L'dflyanlnur oiii.ens of the Hebrew Please remember, in connection with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Vfiiitlvlwill close their business houses on our milline'-- store, we arc prepared to Tim IlirsT Sm.vi: in tin world lor Cut?, that day. do all kinds of dress making on HruifC, Soiv.--. L' leer-- . Salt Klu'iun, HiiiuIp, riitliiiii!l Corns. Sons, CJlit pf ,Tho Spring liilll Gun Club were short notice. iiimI nil Skin Eruption:-- , iiml Mitivch' cure." I e 1 iu handsomely on iertalned by Col. H It is .Miiiritntfi'il There are many reasons why I don't Piles, or no jiiiy Pepper at his residence on Saturday aatiMnctinn, or money rcluiul-i- l marry; him he is too liidious and stu- to jive (Successors to 3IOI1ISIS A: AKN'liUIM.; Prici 12") cunts' pir Imx fc.JPvenlnS' pid and will not get bread from Sower For sale liv .lo. Lt'ComiU Mrs. "Walter Franklin has invented & Abler, made of .1. E. M. Holler and patented an adjustable lap curtain Hour. AXNOUXGUMENT. and wheel screen for use on buggies, Pure country Vinegar, made by A. Jersey wagons, etc. FOIt JAII.Ell. Li. Talbutt, at Day & Half's. -l- .The circus hills now ormumnt the Mam street. nnaR riR a wot - ii iik (' lAi v Iu-vc- r i ! r&mw AI T! iiws Mm IN m? yn Dr. Uasll Manley, of Louiswill preach at the TJaptNt Church ville, morning at 11 o'clock and at night at 7.) o'clock. "Rev. Merchant 7ailorsT ANO DEALERS & Choice dried beef for broiling at Day Hall's. Wo are atiiiiorl.o'i t annoiinoe DAVID MOOUB.IS a oundliLiiofor J.iilur of Prankllii .imiit.v, julijicl to the auti'in of thu Dftnucrntlo JUI Go to Woit.el nt a handsome pre.-eworth of good- -. Now is the time to get good comforts. Wc an mitliorlRil to announcu MOSK." T. Runyan's. O'PonnelPs and get 100 for sale at IIAYDOX iif n niipiiilaiu fur Jiilli-- of l'rntikliti with every dollar's of ihu Duinucr.itif If you wish to be happy you must county. Ktihjfut to r t.v. GENTS' FURNISHING GOCBS, The best Goods constantly en hand and Perfect fits insured. None butfirst-cUi?- s workmen m- ployed. All orders promptly 'led. Plea&o ve us o call. i j Itev. G. C. Kelly, the pastor of the 'Methodist Church, has arrived in the city with his family and will preach to morning his congregation, and evening at the usual hours. ghw-war- U'h iiro .iiitliori'l to iimi'ni tie JOHN T. blessings of life are many. Live tl'A I'Klt.S ii! n iMimliii iiu fr .l.iili-- it Frank- The long and be happy. Don't neglect a in county, 'iilijuct to tlic a linn of the cough or cold. Keep yourself well iuij. clothed in change ible weather, and t "ruby ii.inoitn:o mygtilf a c.imlMitte for always keep a bottle of Dr. AVistar's to tlio ollicc of .Jailer of Franklin Dalsam of Wild Cherry in the household. A single o given ordinary cough spoonful will cure an county, .ul)j.-c- to the action of the Democratic 0 pieces of lovely or cold. Its continued party. away with every purchase of &".00 at use will cure consumption. DANSIIEEHAX. . .. Woiteol & O'Donnoll's. Wo aro authorized to announcu JAM MS D. I could nlino-- t die eating the broad, MOOKE as a lil.ite tor Jailer In digging a well for water on n brick rolls and cakes made by Sower tv Abler, county, subject cm thu action of the of Franklin to Democratic yard near Lexington Mr. U. D. "Vil-gu- s of J. J3. M. Holler Hour. party. struck oil U is thought the well We arc authorized to announcn HOIST. STONE For the bet all wool jeans go to AV will yield ."?) barrels of oil per day. as a candidate tor Jailer of Franklin county, T. Ilunyan. subject to the action of the Democratic l'arty. Nochromo- - given away but someO'Dcn-ncll'8- . The best 81.00 shirt in the city at W. Wc aro authori.cd to announce NOAH OOIXS thing more useful at Weitzel it as a candidato for Jailer of Franklin county, T. Kunyan's r Deian-cru'.i- o t t got your bread from Sower iV Abler. p.irijr. Jan. 12-- 1 year. cMJ POW IAM'l'ACTt KKlS sssa m c1 J The chap who gets up the Frankfort personals fi:'.1 the Sunday ('(airier-Journmust have been in condition to ee double last Saturday, for nearly every one of his items were duplicated in Sunday's issue. al Gentleman, if you desire a neat fitting suit, weli made, call andee Derbericli. - - Sipiire John Hamilton, of Benson, of the Democratic party. lias sent to this office four splendid We aro authorized to announce BEN. 0. apples of the Pippin variety. The four and in licence WILLIAMS u.a candidate for County Attorney, weighed four pounds anil a quarter, Mother what good bread isthis?AVliy, rubjeut to the action uf the Democratic l'arty. and each measured fourteen inches in son, that is baked by Sower it Abler, FOll ASSESSOR. circumference from J. E. M. Holler Hour. strengthens the urinary and digestive organs, and quickly removes all indications of ill health and blood disease, from a pimple to si running sore, from a headache to a rheumatic pain. Its superiority over all other blood purifiers and strengthening medicines is admitted by all who test its curative effect In hundreds of instances where Hot Springs and other treatment failed to FOIt CO I'M' Y CI.KIIK. cure scrofula and syphilitic disorders, We are authorize! to anuouu''( LEE A. thesuiferer has sought and found a cure OWEN" jandidute for ClerU ol the Frankin Dr. Gtiysott's Yellow Dock and lin County Com t, subject to tho action of Sarsaparilla. It enriches the blood, tin-De- subject to the of tho Dcmocntlc party. H'ratic narty. FOll COUNTY ATIOUNEY. ll'e arrf authorized toannoiiuce .IAS. A. as a candidate for to the office of Riiuiity Attornt-y- , subject to tho action VIO-LETT i .! .r Window Hoods, Gahanised Iron n-.- , 'ornioes. Hli k, S ;i.N, S1IEI.T IKON AM) UMTKU WOKiv ITIIK(.'I i LI'.HAil) t f C( singh in tin Plaiu : and see Weit.el & Donndl. We give them away to our customers. .All If you want a handsome lamp call New Meat store Main street. at No. 223 ..rkl. the litest styles of suitings have Goto y. T. Ilunyan for the best We ate authorial to announce LEWIS rnncv Water Oonlfli. Toilet Sets, Bixtn Tu)3, Poilin Aato aud IIAHIMD in. a enidid.itofor of Frank-ihave just been received at Dorbv'rich's, shirt in the city, only 1.01 county, u'ljiC the aitia-- of the- DemovT.it ie Wa all kinds 01 i'ir.waie: S'Ye:. ilirfieu hiuh of Ico Cream Irccso call and see them. ' . Nervous debility, indicated by lo.-- of lirt . uids of CVol Oil G;i)Vt- -; 6ajoli:ie. lovfisj All kiivls . f Coal am! The lease of Mers C. It. Mason memory, universal lasitudc, constant Vnod Cookiv : iiiovoo, f.ci:i tho cum! ps. to the Inrrp't. fatigue, vivid dreaming, unnatural A: Co on the convict labor in the PeniE ameled &n Plum aPuiiips, I'r.iiu Pipe and Flue Pipe; 'Iiu, Slate ." excitement, tits or dizziness, etc., is tentiary will expire on Wednesday and quickly cured by iwing Dr. Guysott's lioi It ,'j' a special v, and lor vrh'ich he is eeLb.Mtnl al. over the StUc. Al.n- as yet no bid have been received by Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla This CELEBRATED remedy purities too blood, strengthens tho Commissioners of the Sinking the weak portions of the body, quiets SkTV. Fund for the labor. m .he nerves, produce drc'ini.'osssluniber, Bggggs tmm-Sand is the only remedy that permaI lord wishes to rent his Judge L. v X. S nently cures tlu many distressful ail farm See hi advertisement. ments re.ulting from nervous debility. n 1 ri-a-i We aro mt'iori.jd to uniio-incW. II. HAWK INS as a candidato for Asje'.sor of Franklin-county- , iiiliji.ut to thu action of the Democratic party. Vhit . whicli i fnl-i a ir fifteen ye us ;i'ul ii li is to iw xitislaction. The !xPSs5C"fc JtwSi.. u'nice ii 'no most beniitiliii, the most convenient, .mil most ant :. iv..rmc .UMPi N - C(H)K Sri 111, ,ms been selii:i;- ner nd oled - -I te-j- , i:o If V i Dkkd. A negro man found murdered on the roadside trytr. ing to get homo with of Sower & Alder's bread, rolls and cakes made John Simmons, the negro shot by Morgan Drawner on Thursday of bet of J. F. M. Holler Dour. week', dh'd Friday night, lirawner Messrs. Sower A-- Abler have new pled was rearrested and kept in the custody agency in this city for Messrs. of tin oilicer until yisterday morn- the sole Klee Coleman A- Co's. fivorito drinks, ing when ids examining trial was comGiug r Ale, Chammenced before Esquire McDonald j'nd Southern Favorite pagne Cider, Mineral and Drennon Hohammu. Waters, and will keep them constantUerberich will get you up a ly in stock. They are alone authorized suit of clothes at the lowest to collect till boxes an I bottles hlch price. have been dMribut d by Mr. J. O. ltov. L. II. Hlanton, D. D., will Mauer. These goods are all first class, preach at the Southern Presbyterian and are pure and healthy drinks. morning at II Messrs. Klee Coleman V Co. are the Church o'clock, and evening at 7 o'clock. It largest bottlers in tlr. State, tire shipIs earnestly desired that every member ping these goods all over the conn ry, establi.-lie- d a reputation of of the Church and congregation will be and have present at the morning service, as busi selling nothing in tit ir line but the I ness of importance will be attended to very best to be ha anywhere. Call and isee Messrs Sower A- Abler when nt the conclusion of thu same. you wish n cool refreshing drink, tf. et that you can lind the New Meat store at No. 223 inery ami fancy goods at Kits Try the now watchmaker, jyive you good satisfaction. !lair .street. lie will Si. A TKituiiiM-- : Vkpmt-- 1884 Jfe l6,Xfc0 ' "XiSSX OPENS AUGUST 7T7 ZS ULsKVM-- ' 1 VV ramaics &V prog, . IC t stffrX SSr -- Days, and Continues Sevortty-On- e CLOSES OCT. 55: . xcsign . oj tic imviaget, nt is to eclipse all ever ottered Heretofore oy the promote) s Cv ff of . MADE.-- & THE LARGEST AND FINEST DISPLAY OF MACHINERY IN MOTION EVER J&.1SS XXTUTTSTZSXj ESCSSXDXTXOr&T. SOMS OF TKBIH ATTHAOTION8: INGS OF MODERN AND ANCIENT TIMES. MUSICAL T-W- Ji - The repuUtlon of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters as a preventive of epidemics, a stomachic, au Invlgoront, a general restorative, and a specific, for fever aid ukuc, indlgeutlou, bilious effections, rhueiua-tlsnervous debility, constitutional weakness, Is established upon tho sound basis of more than twenty yearn experience, and can no more be shaken by tho claptrap nostrums ot unsdentlUo pretenders, than the everlasting bills by the winds that rustle through their denies For sale by till Druggists aud Dealers generally. Mow, MfilTARIUM. bitter lUroot, Lontia. full Idea, 1 FIRE PROOF ART BUILDINGS REPLETE WITH THE CHOICEST UFFOKTS NKfKK UKFUKC BQUALEU. PAINT- Cappa'a 7th Reg. N. Y., and Gilmore's World Reuovned Bands. OONOBItTS DAILY. A Horticultural Exhibition, Splendid in its Presentation of Growing Plants, Flowers and Fruits, Illustrating Temperate and Tropical Vegetation. AN ISIMKXSK KINi: STOCK KMIIIUT, ura.ln lu extent the Uol Stock Show ..I I,ou.tn, pro. lentini Huuulnf and Trunin llarm-a- , lUrtforil, Minn Horn nm Pair) Cattle, IVmluni Hhcep Mid llug, only to be found lu nni urouuJ Kcntuokr, unit aliml In thu anjri'UH.' at mail) luilllom of loUt unit Drill. ; ilalHirutu .111 lay. frum tin- - DtpMtnicnKnr Suite (luar.l Kucamiitnent with .tally l'uru-li'thu neutral (loi eminent aro amous the attruetluua tu buoBireil. 'ftiu lualit tuil'llli? cou'rliiK TlllKTKh.S ACIIKS r urouuJ, with a number of anuoxei lu tho l'ark or Vi acre., contalulnic ill) tat It lie uf Foreit Tree, will alio contain it beautiful array ot Foreign uuJ Uuiue.tla Mauufaoturid Uoods. BICYCLE HACEN BKTWKEN TMK 11EST KIDERS IN AMEHICA . GRAND COMPETITIVE -- MILITARY DRILLS b - MARRIARF uuiuk. ! ow, Oteth and Rlrnri Ida, Oil. Tho drr cllaata cores. 06 p., ruuto. coJt, troo. .ywNA s yV AMD HEALTNJ - "r.--j " " xoupn-e- . aa Ontda, 144 p 15o,eent sen lad. monpj or Rtra.by j that tbeuoubtlal ourioaior tbuuuatiul wan, to split biadiaxSO ote.puper 2Sc,Mn.'-- i llluBtrntad. E r. iHiW lbrittoii'. Main street. whii Ito ! MrapaoioiBUH L'nmnhlHt'froa. MhVPVWiOTPW T3BtT, ATI, OHIO. ln2JR2A-vv- txcfljuv ijJfifrZ rstsir m Wm V 7 : -w x lltlwcen the Crack Cumpaulea of thu United Hlatea, Buildings S& aid fltoandi lllumiaitt J Tiiousaaus uf Electric M MMm. a. M a REDUCED RAILWAY RATES uabtluiz v rlh. Kuutli. Kuit ami WVit, r.xniiiiiion 01 tnu NEW SOUTH. t)erv one to S wKwTsr ffS 'laSTO: J'OJC n"aal,laftC?aH?aJira - - - X vx &mwm 8WL Sgjr v- - m, wm I ( .. ttSafnitfi ' - -- aaHM 1 'If- . y j ifm,f' ,4 j f maR!9 SI' m!WWm l'h 'WW',PPiPWl"WIW M rn Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. FRANKFORT 8ZM ROUNDil BOUT. ' "my AnOM RM Lis oSlJ5 -- They show by their actions v:'- they have entered heart lllill and soul into the cause, while the male"how just the opposite Shame on the males. Not a single one of the male teachers that were down on the programme for the last meeting of the Teachers Association responded, not one of them present. Comment is - - Bridgeport. Wheat sowing lias commenced. The farmers are about thrmifh cut- ting tobacco". All hands are now Imsy getting in their winter fuel. Horn. September K'.th, 1SSI,to llen- ry Nirgent and wile a Little Miss Mary .Roberts, who has been on the sick list for several day?, is unneccssiry. Nix. Jett. Wheat sowing will be in earnest thi" and next week. R. S. learn, visited the Louisville Exposition lint week The talk out here te who i it Major or Taylor for legislature. W. B. Quinn is at last building him 1 m Some few wild pigeons have4 made convalescent. their appearance In this vicinity. J It. Shaw and wife visited the Mrs. Gussie Sargent, who has been in rather bad health for some time, Cincinnati Exposition this wek. J. Carter Coleman, of Eranklbrt, is is much worse. visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Miss Emma Morland, of Shelby county, is the guest of her sister, Miss Jen. cutting is under full headway Corn Serene, this week. now, and the early planted is turning Lulie Vox, who has been quite ill out very heavy. Mr Bob Redd, of Midway, came recently, ha so far recovered as to be down Tuesday lu.-- hunting and bagged able to lie up again. about twenty doves. The Bridgeport Juvenile Negro Miss, Georgia Wilhoit, a pupil of Minstrels exhibited lust Tuesday night. Excelsior, had to return home on A very creditable affair. account of sickness. An End to Bone Scraping-- . Dr C. W Winn, of Nashville, Mr. Otho Wheat and wife and Mr. Ella Parrent and children visited re- Tenn., has been visiting relatives and Edward Shepherd, of TlarrMmrg, Til., says: "Having received so much friends here for a week past. latives in Shelby ville lat week. Mr Napoleon B. Itisk, one of our benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it Mr. II. 11. Withers and family, of a line crop of tobac- my duty to let suffering humanity Bath county, spent last .Monday night dude Farmers, has around most lively. know it. Have had a running sore on co, and is sparking in this town, the guests of Oscar llobcrts Washington Crutcher (our next my leg for eight years; my doctors nnd family. Representative in the Legislature) and told me I would have to have the bone Mr. K V. Wade has been awarded wife are visiting relatives in Cincinnati. scraped or leg amputated. I used, The tobacco has nearly all been cut instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters the contract for the erection of un. additional building for the accommodation and housed around our town, and and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica looks fine and heavy, and is curing up Salve, and my leg is now sound and of the county paupers. beautifully. wen." Mrs Ann Mayhall left for Danville "fitu C2.i iii?rti-- i it Mrkittfi ii ll1w-- line Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents last Sunday, where she was .summoned been dead beating around this part of a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at by the death of her brother-in-law- , the county, was tried lor lunacy at IMc. per box by Jos. LeCompte. Mr. Martin McEcrran. Versailles last Monday, There will be a series of meetings at The return game of base ball between Bridgeport and Clayvillage was Grassy Spring church, conducted by A. L FRANKLIN played last Saturday on the grounds of Eld. J. W. Lumber, of Louisville, Cuff Retainer. the latter, resulting in a score of :M to beginning Sunday next. 123 in favor of Bridgeport. We are all sorry indeed that our old Patented Aug. 5, 1S84. is lying so friend Col. Mr. Ji. W. Eox had the misfortune dangerously It. W. Scott he will soon ill, and hope to hav some foreign substance enter recover and be among us again. fRS. AGNES L. FRANKLIN, FRANKFORT, one of his eyes recently, from the effects i, 1V1 Ky., will have it attached to your cuff' buttons Mr Jas Hearn is busy making for 50 cents per pair; will have it adjusted' separable of which he lias suffered very much. and says it will be the best he toorculT buttons for gi.oo per pair (until she sells is now for The Eranklin County Teachers Asso- ever made. The yield of the juice is her patent, which express both sale). Owners of cuff ways. ciation in Frankfort Satur- not heavy but is of a very fine quality. buttons must pay Aug. day, Sept until, 1884; President liar- - Send us a gallon, Boss. rod in tne chair. Minutes of previous Hick. WM. CROMWELL meeting read and approved. Several Belle Point. additional teachers were present and Attorney-at-Lawenrolled a members of tJie AssociaMr. spent several tion. Select readings by Misses Ship days inE. L. Grinstead week. Louisville this AND and Bell. These young ladies acquitUncle Henry Polsgrove ted themselves in a manner creditable with fever for some time. has been sick He is convain the highest degree. The subject, lescent now. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF "nrespeeehes in our schools beneficial?" Miss Ella Steele has returned home Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and was discu-.e- d pro and con, a majority will also give special attention to tho purchase spending of the teachers present favoring the after county. several weeks in Wood- and sale of rtul cstato, collection of rents, ford affirmative. This subject is worthy Todd is attending school at claims, und the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. the careful consideration of every K.Frank this session. . M. I. June teacher in the county. In conse Mr. llicliard Brawner took in the quence of the absence ol a majority of those asignd to duty on the Pro Exposition last week at Louisville. Che:ap3ikc Mr Railway, gramme the ixci-ciscwere faw. Miss severalMcKee Hardie was in Lexington days this week on business JLiulie Wiard was appointed as one of KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST the Committee on Programme in place connected with the Champion Saw ofT. E. Utterback, who is necessarily Mill. Ed. Brawner and wife visited FOR Mr. compelled to be absent during the relatives near Benson last week. remander of the year. Next meeting PHIUDELPH1A. NEW UK. Mr. Harvey Smith, from the Antioch WASHINGTON third Saturday in October, 1881. neighborhood, is boarding at Mr. Win TUB Steele's, and attending City School at ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Antioch. Frankfort 4 sor-gun16-t- l. a new shop. It was needed. Mrs. Polk Conway. Mr. L. L. Conway, of Frankfort, was at the picnic last Saturday Soim of the youii), ladies took him to be Mr. James IT. Williams and chatted him pretty Climtcaa S3q.Ta.are. Street, ZbTortlioact Comer, heavy. But wouldn't he have had a merry time if he had known their Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. Hauling of all kinds done mistake. Dn:r. On Thursday,Scpr. ith, 1881, on short notice. Orders by telephone promptly attended to. of consumption, "Mrs Kate Shackle-ford- , Jan. wife of Albert Sliackleford. She had been confined to her bed nearly ten months. She leaves a husband and one child and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her death. Lee Conway, of Stoney Creek, was over last Sunday. He Is trying hard to catch a bride. We would advise him to get the cage ready first. Lee, the old man is talking of nutting his whole farm in tobacco, and building a new barn next year; wont you help him? The "old fashioned picnic" given at this place last Saturday, was almost a complete failure There was a very small crowd and nearly all went with out their dinner, and we heard there came very near oeing war in the camp. Hungry soldiers, whether males or females, will fight best. a good blacksmith? Mr. Jell' Dean, of un last Sunday on a where lie now lives. Wonder if Lee is Henry county, was visit to his cousin, MANGAN, SB., & CO., Prop'rs. Capital P y C H AMP I02T bbbbbbbTp-m MONITOR! For Sale by JOHN T. To BUCK-LET- . Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. II tiro GOOD irEAIiTIt (to ItTFR noit t BBB kept tn order. UtGOH WORD'S ik 'asBBB KENTUCKY CENTAL KAILKOAD. -- B:LUEO:R.AiS TO ALL TO NT3 CEMTRAL KE1NTUCKY HOT, I I M bbb Shortest and Quickest rente fiom ROUTE" S9UTHKIEST. HST H bbV K bRBpJb?i Bjsbbk? bbbI j9 MSI. AND NT. 4. Daily. to p p to p 40 p 12 1110 siH iH bbbV bbbb 1 1 FAST LINE BETWEEN , LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. ,SS4. SCHE DULE IX EFFECT SEPT. tST, Real Estate Agent, 25-ly. INVIGORATOR XAl DIUliUlSr WILL TLLIi VOU Soutli-tioun- DR. SANFORD'B LIVER INVIGORATOR Juet what its name Implied; a Vegetable Uror No. 6. No. 12 Daily Daily Ex. bun, Ex, bun. 3.00 3.37 4.43 5.15 6.00 Modiclno.andfordiKae3rrsmltinj:fromadorangeol or torpid condition of tho Liver; gticli ns Biliousness, Costivoness, Jaundice, Dyspeptia, Malaria, Rheumatism, etc. An invaluable) Family Medicine. Tor lull Information send your address on a poeta! card for ICO impn book on tho 'Liver and Its Disomx," to DU. SAIUOSD, St Duano Street, New York. ITS REPUTATION. Arr Lve . Covington . Falmouth . Cynthiuna Arr. Winchester Lve, Winchester . . Arr. Richmond . . . Arr. Lancaster . , . Arr. Rowland . . . Arr. Herea . 7 .7" . . Arr. Lexington . . . Arr. Lon. L. & X.R'y Arr. W'ins'g " " Arr. Jellico " " Nortli-Boun- Arr, Lexington, Lve, Paris i'aris.. . . . 8.?o a m 9 55 a in 11.00 a in "33 :i m 12,20 p nr 5P I" P m 11.15 a m 5 V m 12.10 p m 12.30 30 33 I p m p in V p 525 P 6.00 p 6.2o p P ni m li h 5.25 3.o8 m ni m 7.15 P ni s.41 p m 9 05 p ni PROF. I HAKKIS'W ABaiicaiCura FOB SPERMATORRHEA fPl j 1 NEW SLEEPING CARS corn other mill at Jamison, Carter county, next. the first of the week to have a bill of FOR Lumber cut for the gates at Lock No. .". A SOLID TRAIN Miss Josie Jenkins, of Peak's Mill, is Major S. visiting her cousin, Miss Janie Jenkins. cutting andT. Pence has a contract for in the Kentucky putting Miss Mattie J. Polsgrove LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, visited River from Col. Harvie's fine forest on Louisville and the Exposition last Flat Creek, one million feet of timber. week. Little Johnnie Davis has been very Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. sick with fever this week, he is some Mrs. Andrew Polsgrove has been very sick, but is better at present better now. Rogers returned, frpm WASHINGTON CITY, Mr. Thos. writing. Cincinnati last week, where he attended 00NNE0TING IN SAME DEPOT WITH Mrs. McDowol, of Frankfort, spent an embalming school. He has a FASr TEAIHS FOE several days this week with Mrs. J. diploma with. him. W. Tracy. At a pieeting of the Directors of the Frankfort Flat Creek Turnpike Co , Born. Sept. 10th, 1884, to the wife held Sept (ith, it was decided not to sell THE DIRECT ROUTE TO of (George Sliackleford a son Judge the old Toll House but to remove the Luther Pence. there in a short time. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, The Council has donated ulLthe back Mr. William Polsgrove's infant child AND ALL had u severe attack of diphtheria the tuxes due the town and half of the taxes for 1884 for the purpose of building a latter part of last week. school-hous- e and town hall, yhich Mr. Thomas McQuillen, of Polk new with the county, Mis.ouri, is visiting relatives will erect amount already subscribed For tickets anu further inforiinillon, apply to a and friends in tills and other portions of trustees liave very nice house. The your nearest ticket office, or address, selected a lot opposite W. J. Ukru, county. W. E. AR.VOLU, the, M r. L. A. Morris, on south-eacorner Advertising Agt., 'Tickeu Mr. Powell Moore and Misses Belle of Todd und Crutcher streets, and will 225 Fourth Avcnuo Louisville, Ky Moore and Susie Owens attended meet-lin- g "negin work on the building in a short C. W. SMITH, 11 W. i I u , at Grassy Springs Church last Sun- while. General Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., day, night. Richmond, Viruinia. Benson. The fashion wave struck Antioch NEW PLANING MILL. heavy last Sunday. Several of our Farmers are busy cutting nnd housyoung ladies liud. on their little white ing tobacco. "Capitoe" bonnets. Mr. Polk Conway has the chills in Mr. William McQuillen and lady ids family. Miss A. has not caught that Jay yet: and, Miss Mattie McQuillen visited Having recently added to his Establishment she would make a better Hunter. friends and relatives in Woodford counFirst-Clas- s The school ut this place is under, fu 11 ty the first of the week Pinning Mill, headwuy, being taught by Miss Itutli Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mias America Penn returned homo Robinson. last Saturday, after several weeks' visit Mr. Polk Conway is erecting a new in Pleasure ville. Her sister, Mrs Jen- barn on his place. He has a fine crop of Sash, Boors, Blinds, Fr&mes, Molding nie Ethington, came with her. tobacco tills year. Mr. Johnson Conway and lady, of ALSO The lady teachers of the county take mpre, interest in educational matters Shelby county, were over last SaturScroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin than the male teachers do, jus shown by day week on a visit. on all educational their attendance Mr. William. Pursons is .talking of Gotten out in the Best Style. meetings, nhd the interest they take in putting up a new blacksmith shop May Tobacco cutting in full blast, Judge W. L Pence went up to his 1MP0TENCY. years by aas In thou sands of cases. K3T"Seatei for over a and muscrou ot (curb dlKaacf, boSHog (klUftil phjrilcluna, result from youthful lndlicro-tlon- i, too free lndulK0a:c, una tvet Dram yoix. uo sot temporize uhllo aach eacniln lark In Tour ? km. AoId being licpoicl en tx prucntloui cltimi of cher reaedlci for tlicsa troubles. Get our freo circular and trial package and lcaro Important facta bcre tilling treatment elaensere. Take a remedy that bu cured tkwaianda, and does not In tcrfeiu 1th attention to buil-nes- s or cause pain or Incon. Tculenee. Founded un set ctitlflo tnedlc&l principles. Crow In (rln faror and reputa- oreu.li KTRVOnS DEBILITY weaJtneaa tud 2JJ 0.02 No. 3, No. 1. See Tram Notes. l.x. Sun 11.45 a w 11.50 p in t 30 p m i No. 11, Daily, Ex. bun. Lve. Jellico. . . Lve. Livingston Lve. Herea . . Arr. Richmond Lve. Rowland Lve. Lanca.ter Lve. Richmond Arr. Winchester. Lve. Lexington 8.30 a m , . . 11.15 a in 12 41 a in 1.30 p. in 2.35 I ni 111 ? TRIAL PACKAGE. )DRESS xee h HARRIS REMEDY COKTg 806 RFNn tion. DlrcctapplIcat!ontoth9 seatofdlscare makes lta rpe . rifle inuueneo ren wiuiou-delay. The natural Pina tlcns of the human organism aro restored. Th animating elements et j Ufa fori uhlch wasted am el'tn bae'.. The rauent - necoiu. gala eheerful ratrcDgtn rayuiy. Arr. I'aris Lve. Winchester. Arr. I'aris. . . . Le. Paris Arr. Cynthiana. Arr. Falmouth . Arr. CoUngton . . . . . . .... P m m in m m 4 53 P m p m 605 300 p 255 p 3.35 P 3.40 p 406 p 7.00 a un 7.25 i35Pm 8.10 a ni a m 215pm n.50 r m 7.20 a ni 8.05 a m 2.15 p in 8.10 a m 253 P m 8.45 a m 3 57 P m 9.55 a m 5.35 P in 11.30 a m 6 00 1. ..1 MAYSVILLE No-55- BRANCH. , Chemist. North-Boun- NEW YOBE. Une Monti's Treatment. $3i 2 months.! 8 uonths, $7, Korth 10th St., BU Louis, SIo. biinddy Only. . No. jj, Daily, Ex. Sun. No-5- Daily, Ex. Sun. toll-gat- e Lve. CoTJugton Lve Lexington Lve. P.iri. . . Arr Millersburg Arr. Carlisle . . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysvillc, South-Boun- . . . , . 8. 10 a m 8.40 8.30 a rn 9.00 a 9.17 a in 9 48 a 10 00 n in 10.301 a 700 a m 7.25 a 8 15 a a 111 aoo p m 4 30 p m 5 20 p 10 5 47 P m 6.07 p m 7.00 p m 7 45 P ni THE ONLY TRUE No. 56, Sunday Only. . . , Nc D.-.if-v t'x. Sun. Ex. Sun. fi.30 a m 7.21 a m 7 4 a in 8 io a ni 9.10 a m '1.3 a m 5 45 n m Daily, st IRON TONIC FACT3REQARDIMQ Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. . . , Arr. Lexington, Arr. Covington . Lve. Lve. Lve. Lve. Maysvillc lohnsoii Carlisle. , . 115 p 57 P i'.2o p ra 1.59 p m 2.43 p m 3,02 p m P 305 P 3 3t P 4 5 P . 3 P J.5 e.to p m 5.35 P m P m runs daily from Winchester and Lexington to Covington, but is daily except Sunday south of Winchester. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Parii, and not v Winchester an I Paris. Falmouth Accomodation. No. 10. daily lenvo Covington, 5:35 P. 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.' ' arrive Falmouth, 10:40 A. M. No 31, Sunday only, leave Falmouth, 3:00 P. ' Covington, 5:00 P. M, Lexington and Paris -- No. 52. daily except Sunday, leave Pari-- . 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M. lllkia ' CJ,'ngion, 4' JCKKfT,' JJ' P. M.; arris e '.. Paris, 5:15 P. M. mriw rust Line. Nos. 3 nnd 4 run via WinchL-ti5nii iKlwi' Trains, with Piillmsn Sleeping Cars, between Cincinf mm anu iwcnmonu, va., anu Winchester iviV Washington, D, C. ltJKs.1 Through Tickets anil Baggage Checked to ani" ucsiinaiiun rcacneu oy a raiiruact S. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WKT1 Fass'r Agt., 'irav. Pa f.iKiaaamsa Covington, Ky. NOTE Train No. J.M. WAKEFIELD Dr, Salter's Iron Ionic , It will purify and nnrlcli tho BLOOD, ropulnto llic LIVER und KIDNEYS, nnd KSHTOliir, Tiitc I thoso HEALTH and VIGOB of YOUTH! Ill 'iONIO, dlMiuvuH rciiiilrliiriiici'riiiiiiHiMi , etc., lis litu la marked Hun. l.aiK ol' in. i.itmi.iiiiiif. uii.l w niiiliM nil ri.millfl. Itonea. iiiiiicIim mid ui'ilvi' ni'w force. Liillvcm tliu inli'U und luppllt-- llruln I'linrr. sufli'i'lii)! Hum all complnlnls pceiilliirto thfirer x will II ml In DH. HARTER'S IBON TONIC u full-- und spei-ileuro. It Kites it clnii' 11ml lii'itllliy voiuiiluxion. l lliu value of Dll. Tho nti'iiinrusl lUltTKitS Iiiiin 'J'oniu Is Hint liwii only iidilud in tlippijpnlar-- t ut voiintatrri-ltliiaoi'tliuoiieliuil. If you bin-licllis l)tKitislii,Wuiilol'Apivtllc.Iiitl L a Mips Ul It' ""' r m llunot Heod your uddrusjtoTuo Dr. Hurter Mnd.Co. u in, i. ai .. ir,,.., .uv.a .w. w. "lmnAV noriK." LFullol airnngeand useful lalormntion, ) 15-t- f. DR. HARTER'S IRON TOHIO IS FOR SALE BY ALL DHUOOI8T8 AND DIALERS fcVERVWMERB. C.W.SMITH, Gen'l Manager. "i pyw wbbbS nlliiitti'ialir"fiir-- '