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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. Council Proceedings. Fuankvokt, Kv., March J 7, rSSj. The Council met in regular M'ith tho following members present: TWeswrs. jsrwun. Ford. Mnngan, Hicn-::r- d scs-iio- n FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 21, 1885. Number 27. graxtimwBj MASTIN BROS, 3DS.XjSS I3ST WHITE HALL! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- Mayor ;ro fern. Th1 minutes of tho last meeting 13 lEZ u&- - IE3 road and approved. were Mr U. Kugin presented a petition Ann slicet, Williams, Bros.' old stand, Frankfurt, Ky. asking that ho bo permitted to transfer FOR, Ills license and business from Ann Who fail to call on us when shopping for- Htreet to Broadway, which was grant- Old Hickory Wagon, ed. Mccormick's Machines, .Mr II. Glogower asked to transfer South Bond Chilled Flow. ltinggold. lleferred his license to Erinley, Mnltar. Moikle. to Committee on License. And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. to bo permitMr. J. W. Kirk ted to erect a frame house on corner of Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters and Planters. Full stock of Farming Cross and Logan streets Granted. Gear alwavs on hand. Mr. Hugh Kodman presented a peti ho be allowed the mar tion, asking that sum of $500 for professional services rendered in case of Dehoney and others vs the G.is Company said claim being certitied to as just and reasonable by Gen. D. W. Lindsey, P. W. Harlias just returned from the East with an entile new stock of din, Jus. Andrew Scott, and others, e lleferred to Finance On motion of Councilman John Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ready-mad- e Clothing, Tobin, the Capital Base Bull Club was granted permission to build a fence on fANI) WILiJL. OPEN HISH3 Holmes street, north of the present line of the property owned by Mrs Barret Tho committee on Hall, to whom j. was referred too peuuon 01 Only try us once and be convinced. Woiitl, lessee of tho Opera House, made a report agreeing to release him at 214 St. Clair sticet, Runyan's old Stand, on from his contract 011 tho ;ilst inst., anil also to allow him $2" for losses .A. IR, claimed to have been sustained by him while repairing the heating apparatus account of tho Tho Woodford county, on Sntrtrduy, votWork-hoiw- e W. O. T. U. Notes. Keeper was allowed Councilman llichard Tobin offered ed by u majority of 1,001 to subscribe the following ordinance, which was $50,000 to the Midway and Versailles The Woman's ChrWinn Temperance Union meets every Wedoodav after- referred to the Citv Attorney, viz : ,n by i 1 Be it ordainedCity Urn Board of railroad. Ciruil of Cjunoilinen of the of J'Vanfort, STONBY CREEK. Mr A. Arthur Reade sent circulars That section!) of ordinance No. IS) bo to a large number of literary men, amended as follows: Insert after the The people are too busy to furnish asking about their habits with respect OFwords "police judge" the following: to the use of alcohol, tobacco, etc , agent of any insu- us any news. "No rance company shall make or effect Howard Henry made a visit toElm-vill- e while engaged in llterarv work. He SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, says that no one of the 1(52 who replied any insuranco in this city without last week. to lus questions resort to alcohol having complied with section 9 of orA.X dinance No. 15), under penalty of We are glad to learn that the sick of for inspiration. Thirty-fou- r abstained wholly irom its use. twenty dollars for each offense, recov- Ham Knob, are improving. ! A writer in the Chicago Tribune, erable by a warrant before the police Stegor and wife visited W. H. J. W. in speaking of the statement made by judge." Smith and wife last Sunday. a member of Congress, that whiskv fs FIRST READER, 15 CENTS. And other books in proportion. g '2 Tills ordinance to take effect from Died. At her homo near Bald Knob a raw material, and therefore should SECOND READER, 30 CENTS. and after its passage. Writing paper 10 cents per quire. t,IX(H, apento .Messrs. Ilensley & Son asked to bo Miss Uosa McDaniel, March 17th, I880. !!?im. ." follows: THIRD READER, 40 CENTS. Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack. hisky a raw material What do we permitted to put up a sign in front of There were throe portable tin shops Opera House, lleferred to Committee that passed through our neighborhood manufacture from it but criminals, All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house drunkards and paupers? Raw material! on Hall. last week. in the city. And where are the finished products Councilman llichard Tobin offered J. W. Steger bought a cow and a stored V In the the following resolution, which was jails, pencalf from J. C. L'enn last Monday, itentiaries, and on the gallows!" adopted, viz: A young man who had resisted all Uct.u-t- f itesoivcu, Tinu toe uierK oe (iireeieu price $4.). to draw his warrant on the city W. R. F. Brawner sold three stacks the entreaties of friends and of the Treasurer in favor of Ed. Lillis semi- of hay to Lewis Moore, of Belle Point pirit, was led by the recitation of the following poem by a little girl at a monthly for any account he may have last Monday. temperance meeting, to sober repentant against the city, when thosamo has Dr. Sulliyan has moved been certified to by the Street Coin, Rodger's, on Flat Creek, to from Henry thought and action, and so to u ChrisLewis Lee's tian life. miss ionor and approved by the Street on Flat Creek. I will paint you .1 sign, rum seller, Committee. r presented his Dr. Alex Bailey is to board and And hang it over your tloor, The City assessment book for tho year 1883. have his office at G. V. llarrods, Bald A miernnd better .1 Than ever you saw before. Councilman 11. Tobin moved that Knob, in the future. I will paint with the skill of a master, the Council meet every evening from Mrs. Mahala Smith and daughter, And many shall pause to see 7 to !) o'clock to examine tho Assessor's Roberta, visited Mrs. Frank Brawner FULL OF: This womlei ful piece of painting book. Adopted. and (laughters last Sunday. So like the reality. Councilman II. Tobin offered tho Our farmers have commenced to I will paint yourself, rum seller, following resolution, which was adopsow oats, and burning and sowing toA. you wait lor the fair young hoy, ted, viz: Dressed in the morning of manhood, bacco beds, but the weather is rather Itesohrd, That Thos. Brislan, A niotheiNpiide and joy. directed to make sale of cold to set out their plants. lie has no thought of stopping, all property on which taxes were due Charlie Marshall sold a sorrel horse mu December ;Us, 1884, being tho delin- last Saturday for $125 to Tom and Ed. And you gieet nun witli a smile, THE1R you seem so blithe and friendly quent list accepted by the Council a Harlow, of Lebanon, and Madam RuThat he pauses to chat awhile. provided in section 22 of the city char- mor says Charlie contemplates a bribal I will paint you a sign, rum seller, ter, and section :i of ordinance No. 27 trip. I will paint you as you stand, Various accounts against tho city MERCHANT TAILORING Our farmers have commenced to With a foaming glass of liquor wore allowed. IiMi'iuled in your hand; The Council then adjourned lo meet sow oats. Burning and sowing He wavers but you urge him, tobacco beds is in full blast but the Wednesday evening, at 7 o'clock. Drink, pledge mejiist this once, weather is rather cold to set out their Is especially attractive. Mr. Todd, their cutter, has no superior. And he takes the glass and dtainsir, plants. And the hellish work is done. Advertised Letters. At tho sale of George Allison, de- - And next I will paint a drunkard, Vitality of Great Men deased, the 14th lust., oats sold for 28 S. Only a year has flown, i not always Innate or born with Mi;cii 14th, 1885. cents per dozen, bacon averaged 12 And into that loathesome creature Ilrown, Mary Ellen Anderson, Mrs Betsey them, but many Instances are known DEALLR IN SAPLE AND FANCY cents per lb , and everything else high Hooker, Koiitanie Baker, fcdn.i The fair young boy has grown. where it has been acquired by the Ucll, Lenora Heastey, Harriet in proportion. The work was sure and rapid, persistent ami judicious use of Dr HurU ird, V H llaty. Maria And I'll paint him as he lies Combs, Cynthia l)alt(Hi, ler's Iron Tonic. Horace Ilarrod arranged a double UaWson, William Dickerson, Irl In a torpid, drunken slumber geer attachment to his grist-mi- ll last Elaic, Lizzie Etherton, Felix Under the wintry skies. Friday morning started to Foster, lien Ferr, Frank week, and NOTIONS. CROCKED t GUSSH Green, li C Gibbard, Harry grind. They had ground only 8 or 10 I will paint the form of another, Grifiin, J W (iodfrey, John B As she kneels by her darling's side, bushels when the main wheel bursted Green, Virginia Gates, Ruth Icorillally Invito you to call an. w.nminomj Howard, Charles W Harris, Eddie all to pieces and flew in all directions. Her beautiful boy that was dearer ilockaday, Samuel Jackson. Rosa Than Now and Fresh Stock ofJGoods. The mill was full of men and boys but I will all the world beside. Moure, Qalvin Lynn, J M paint the shade of a coffin lucky enough no one was badly hurt. Mason, Lice bander, Fannie Labeled with one word, Lost ! Nurah, Mattie Meek, Satlie FRANKFORT, KY is only a part of beauty; MAIN STREET, I'acc, J S Parkluee, 1) Horas Ilarrod arranged a doublo I will paint all this, rum seller, Sep3.tf. Came, Linie Shields Barbara geer attachment to his gristmill last And. paint it free of cost. but it is a part Every lady St Clair, Mary Stivers Chas O week and Friday morning started to Smith. Thos Sneeley, Joe The sin and the shame and the sorrow, may have it ; at least, what DR. Thomp-on- , Maria Fannie Tracv, They had growned only 8 or 10 The crime and the want and the woe Thomas, Florence COLLINS, Updike, UunK ushell of corn when the main wheel That is born there in your workshop looks like it. Maxwee, barah Wallace, V W Magnolia No hand can paint, you know, Persons calling for tho above letters bursted all to peaces and flew in every Balm both freshens and But I'll paint you a sign, rum seller, direction. Tne mm was iun 01 men will please say "advertised" and give and boys but lucky enough no one was beautifies. And many will pause to view QUci Main StrMt, ovtr Ivy larrttt't Niwt Otpet, This wonderful swinging badly hurt. date of list. Frankfwt, KiMucky. Mnvor Taylor bciiiKalteont, on motion, Councilnmn Ford was elected Tobin and John Tobin. Farming Implements, Field Seeds, 1 ID S 7T A.G-ISrfcTI'- I J-- d HOES IN ANY STYLE "WILL E-A-"ST- t Wf H. RINGOLD I Com-tnilto- Dry WELL FOR THEIR IEGLEGT -- i. NEW TRADE PALACE! OIF1 Ike 28lIH C SI, 18 85. semi-month- ly 6BUTCHER & $ TAR -- hlniJliSW BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE! &0, &0 non-reside- nt ' MgGLvURE & BRO'S 1 alms-home- s, R. K. M'CLURE & BRO. YOU WILL FIISTO As-e.so- HUDSON & MEAGHER'S STORE sign-boar- d, SPRING GOODS, DEPARTMENT fc" W. DHHONEY fr DRY GOODS, Ei A Clear Skin ft J. S. DENTIST. ao-i- sign-boar- J. Q. Hatciutt, P.M. d Snoozeb. So terribly, fearfully true. Sept. y, O 7 m$& WBlllWWiTOWnWW ; "fy wmi a ' TrvrjK;-r?rr'T- ' tqfjggtir- - -- ."WWWJIp.M" l'P)'THiK.ifijjfpyTTr' ESSEBSaSS! "' -- -- "t7 TtiTp''-vr-"?T5Il7S5v5!- !? r r- -- " "w. ,, WTr FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the pott-ofll- -e I a second dm mailable at Kr.inkfnrt, matter. Kentucky I UUll , Am11 1 1 tlHvivtliiwiWl. t.R,nslurkly (M With the morcury standing about fifteen for the last three or four mornings, one would think the blue birds and robbins were a little previous in scared. If llll'l' II1L' Mill WHS - IIIMIIK Uli- - -- - Editor GEORGE A. LEWIS. arad. 1855. FRANKFORT. MAttGtTll, Many poivons looked through a ghvs their visit Monday who are not often guilty of such conduct. 500 JJjli SIY WHS JXJST SZSCIEirT-IEID Personal. correspondents Another precinct has boon hoard Mrs. IT. J. Jlyde returned Tuesday Rov G. F. Unjrby still continue S tllO from and another candidate for jailer from a visit to Louisville nt tho Baptist Church. The has come to the front mooting Mr. It. C. Church returned Tuesday interest has been steadily increasing, Mr. A. W. Overton will shortly from a visit to Kansas City, Mo. hoen filled nightly and the Church has Mrs. J. W. MeFiWnn left for Louiswith large congregations. So far there erect a frame residence upon his lot on ville Thursday to visit relatives. thirty-fiv- e to the second street. additions have been Miss Church. The meetings will be conManchester, Clay Judge Lewis AV. McKee, of Law- - i county, White, of Mrs. Jas. Rodman. is visiting tinued during next week. f 111 f ttl Wl rencehurg, j in ."Hfwii t(i OJ Iti iiiiiiiiti; a Mrs Sol Iiarris loft Thursday afterfor the Senate from this District. noon for New York to buy spring e wagA team attached to a goods. on ran away, on the Versailles pike, The fruit trees and grape vines in Mr. Geo. Huffman and wife left near Col John L. Scott's residence, this locality have been injured but Wednesday for a visit to relatives in yesterday afternoon, and ran over two iittle by the cold weather of the past Louisville. little boys who were walking along winter. Mrs. W. C. Hcrndon lias recovered the pike. One of them, a son of Mr There are nearly enough candidates sufliciently from her recent severe e keeper, is thought Epler, the illness to walk about. for jailer to make up two base-ba- ll to be fatally injured, while the other, a Miss Sallie Jones, of Eminence, who nines, and it would not be a bad idea son of Mr. Henry Crutchor, is seriousfor them to have a game, the losing has been visiting Miss Ella Steele in ly though not dangerously hurt. Belle nine to pull off the track and leave day. Point, returned home Wednesfellows to tight it out among The entertainment given by the the other Mr. J C. Kelly and wife, nee Miss themselves. Virgie Smith, of Eminence, spent ladies of Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church at the residence of Mr. C. T. The young ladies of the First Pres- several (lays m tins city tins ween visiting friends. Freeman, on Wednesday evening, for byterian Church will give a candy Dr. S. F. Smith and Mr. H. .1. Hyde Hie benefit of the students fund of the pulling at the residence of Miss Sallie success. Al- Jackson, in South Frankfort, Thursday, went down to Louisville Thursday to Church, was a perfect represent this county in the Prohibithough the weather was unpropitous March 25th, 1Sn", at seven o'clock. tion convention. the attendance was large and the Everybody invited. Mr. Wicklilfe Chanman and wife receipts amounted to about eighty and Misses .Ton nie Gaines and Lizzie fien. Thus. II. Harris, the genial Rodman left Monday for a visit to the dollars. and jolly Assistant Secretary of State New Orluan Exposition. As we are publishing a local paper, under Governor Blackburn,, will be a Mr. II. W. Iluthsing, of St Louis, and always endeavor to insert matter member of the next Legislature from who has been visiting the family of Mr. L. Warren, in which is of interest more particularly Oldham county, having been nomina- his father-in-lato the people of this city and county, ted for the position on Monday by the this city, left Thursday afternoon for home our columns are always open to those Democrats of that county. Messrs J. IT. Jones, T. D. Jones. who desire to discuss matters of local Rev Geo. Darsie, who has been John M. Davis, J. J. Hannon, and interest, provided they do not wish to conducting a meeting at the Walnut John M oyer, all of Youngstown, Ohio, have been in monopolize too much of our space, but Street Christian Church, Louisville, the purpose the city several days for of purchasing trotting we wish it distinctly understood that for the past two weeks, returned home stock from Col R. P. Popper. we do not assume any responsibility Wedius.day night vtry 'ill with fever; for the views or utterances of our is better but unable to till his pulpit ID IKD. 3 C 1W-11 AT THE ARCADE! -- 41 XlfcT .LIj- - two-hors- ;C O JLa O IK toll-gat- FOE' LADIES AND SOL HARRIS, FUA.N KPOBT. KY. BLUE" GRASS NURSERY We offer th: s w, ! Spring a larger .stock tlinn usual of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, VINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! logues on application The Louisville Commercial, having fought a splendid light and secured the closing up of the gambling dens in that city, is now carrying the war into Africa by urging the grand jury to pile up indictments against the gambler-? and the owners of the property in which they operated so high as to prevent their attempting to open up again. All honor to that independent paper. May it be equally as successful in the last as in the lirst undertaking. A little son of Hon. Iaac T. West, a bright little fellow three years old, was given a silver quarter of a dollar to play with, several days ago, by Dr. E. E. Hume, and put it in his mouth. While at play he swallowed the money and it became fastened in his throat, causing him great pain. The local physicians were consulted and the child was taken to Louisville to I)r Yandell, but all said the coin was too far down to reach with instruments and they would not attempt to remove it. The little suilerer is sumo better at present but has fallen off very much and it is feared that he will not last - i8Bj, of llKsblK I'., W. The partial eclipse of the sun Mon- 8th,and barahconvulsions, aged 7 years,daughter of and mar.i-tf- . Lexington, Ky T. Watkins, 4 months day morning was visible here from 3 days SA1I FRANCISCO ISA & C0FFE2 C0KFA17, about half past eleven until about Dealers in all kinds of half past one, about one third of RESIDENCE FOR SALE. obthe face of the sun being Coffee Tea, Canne ; Fruits, Pure Sp ces scured. Smoked glass was in demand I Shelby street. South Frankfort. This is one of And everything in the grocery line at the most and groups of citizens collected on the idences indesirable, convenient, i and coinfort.T le res ery lirgc and the the city. '1 he lot THOS. CARTER. streets to watch the progress of the neighborhood ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Further information can be obtained either on the moon's shadow. premises, or from myself, or Wlutesidcs iS: MeEwan. first-clas- At Pleaant View, this county, on Sunday, Match t. A ND EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY establishment. Strawberry nnd general cata to H F HILLENMEYER. M"J jBfcifiMTBlf LMJli IrifcjJ ilil"" '- mfuI!mi B.143SKK9lti?klfAivlK4ff'tJt The manager of Capital B B. C. received a letter Wednesday inviting him to attend a base hall convention to be held next week at Columbus, Ohio, for the purpose of forming an inter-Statlfcwe Ball League, to be composed of ' .. iu TO fllllw nifwt ,,. fliMin .,, fllii. if if ... .,., ,,.,.,,-i,. ,,, 111 WII1W, in Pennsylvania, one at Covington one one at Lexington and the Capital Club of this city. The Capital Club will very probably send a delegate over, and should he conclude to put the club in, our citizens will have plenty of amusement this summer, as the national game will then be exemplified at the new base ball park on Holmes street on an.average of twice a week during the season, and all of them first class games at that 1 ZFOJR, fie. SJZj-dJ- . mar.si-im- J. J. PETERSON, . AGENT. A RESIDENCE It. John IN SOUTH FRANKFORE, ontaininu 8 rooms, kitchen and servants rooms, Apply in Mrs. Jouett on premises, or to Mr. 7 WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK-- 1 fort in a few d.ij s with .1 full line of samples. Please reserve your orders. v 1 1 1 c hT I.indscy. T I citizens of 1'r.mkfort that my wagon is now regularly very morning, and 1 am delivering ypULD RESPECTFULLY iobT "eagle house,' INFORM THE run-nin- t; J. J. PETERSON. THE SOUTH SI Has opened up thp New Year with a full line of BW and impression, Corner Lewi3 & Clinton Sts, Frankfort, Ky. KANFOM) Accommodations in my customers in all parts of the city. Orders Terms reaonablc. st helled and promptly attended to Feb. i"-marsi-fiR. H NICOL. PUKE BEINSON ICE Stockholders Meeting. OiX8. PROP'H. or day. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, Paints, Oils and Artist Material. And is for hoarders by week headquarters for paper r tools REPOUSSE WORK Prescriptions given careful attention day. or night. "V7 THERE WILL 1 I!E A MEETING OF THE stockholders of he Frankfort & Flat Creek on baturcl.iy, turnpike trad held at the Court-housApril tith, t83j, at a o'clock, p in , for the purpose of electing a new llo.ird of Directors for the ensuing yc ir Hy order 1 f the Hoard. mar.2t-3- t F. M, CONWAY, President. e ttl """" TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 jos. Lecourm K. C. IILT.IlHi,. Frank Noel, a young man of about thirty years of ago, while standing in Walker's billiard saloon, on Ann street, Wednesday night, suddenly caught hold of a table and tried to stoidy himself, but sank to the floor and died almost instantly. The body was taken up and carried to the undertaking establishment of Messrs. Whitesides iY MeEwan, whore a post mortem examination was held and the heart of the unfortunate young man found to be badly dison"d. Tlie Coroner's jury returned a verdict of death from rupture of an anurism of the Arota. He was a painter by trade and well known in the city, the tenor drummer of the brass baud and one of the best player.- - in the Capital Base Ball Club for several seasons, and had been signed as one of the players in the club for this year. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of his uncle, Mr Elisha Merchant, and was largely attended. The procession was hetded by the Frankfort Cornet Band, of which he had been a member, and the drum which ho had beaten so often and so well was draped in black, by a beautiful harp of flowers, borne, by two members of the and b.uul just in front of the hearse. biir-mount- od Sheriff overflowing, and Mi-- x Hawthorne certainly was a great surprise to all who saw her acting. She actually galvanized the part of Camille. She gave it new life. Miss Hawthorne T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon ! knows every tard in the play of acting, PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN every trick. She is in- HAVING may be consulted on the diseases of and Horses. other SVew deed a great actre.-- s. Orfeunx Office R Cattle and .ill Livery domesticated animals.y C. Lhurch'j. btatle, Fr.inkfoit, K Picaittne. Telephone No. 80. promptly All calls At the Opera i louse Wediuvday, attended toby mail, telegram or telephone mar.7-ij- . Grand Hawthorne is a sensational Camille. Her make-up- , tragic attitudes and stride, and business with eyes, is like Sarah Hern- Iiardt, and tnen, again, rhe reminds one strongly of Clara Morn.- - , in her emotional, tenderer, and colloquial cenes. The house was packed to up-turn- LAST NOTICE. LL FAXES DUE THE STATE AND county mnsi he paid by the first day of April. I he up I ert ol all persons who aie delinquent on p th.it da will bs advertised and sold for dclniueiit lanes, oii'o iiiu settle and aonl nuuition.il expense. I CHAS. I'. t'Xl'M, AUotncy-at-l.a:- HUGHES & EXUM General Insurance Agents, Office opposite z -- W. L COLLINS, Farmer's Hank. Aiuciii-ni- i UOTICE3. Uepip.sentini,' ,-: 20 jj rniciyn Ctiiiipanicb. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado J'olicies. Losses Lending and Over $100000,000 Assets! Prcmpily adjusted And Fairly Paid March iMth. Attention i.s called to Air. Jno T. iluckley'rt advertisement in i.sMie. in view of the new water works to-day- '.s NOT AT COST F23IX.ZF The Popular Jeweler, is offering his ! to he finished thi.s season .Mr. JJuclc ley has enlarged his shop, taking the tlilr I Ho ir of his hailding, where he has plenty of light and room, and where Mr. A W C.ddwell, who has proven himself nia-te- r of his Imsine-s- , to keep up with all the has arranged plumhing and gas fitting entrusted to this house. Mr. Buckley will himself take charge of all outside work, and Mr. Pud Parker has charge of the hooks, with Monte in the store. We know of no house in the city better prepared to keep up with the business SSr.BSH.TI ZElsTTIIR.E! STOCK S TUo Flltet Subject For fever ami uguc, mid uttiittants, tiro blliotld mill nt'ivoiui. To thu UubillMleil, such pursons, IIostettcr'8 StonMcli lUtteM atforda utU(uutc inoicction by iticri'iising vital Ltamlim anil thu renistunt iiowit of thu constitution, ami by chucking IrrcKti-Inrltlc- a of tlio livr, stonuich nnd bowels. Moreover, it pntiiicati'3 mnlurml of nn obstlutim typo unl Btuntls among our uutional tilono unequttled rcini'dii's. For sulo by all Driigpista ami Dealers generally. coni-liliunt- B ja'i.3-t- y WRICHT'S iNDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS And all Biliou Complaints Safe to take, being purely vegetable: no griping, i'rleo 25 cts. All DrugBlsts. LIVER J FOB THK 'V. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, INSTRUCTOR OF 3IDSIC! SIl.VKIIWAKK, &C, &0., at prices lower than the lowest, FO Vt O A fe H O IV LY PREPARED TO (SIVi: LESSONS ON THE uuitar, He, titlier at the rcbidcnce of the nunilnr at is home Oil I.KWiH old Weitzcl House lmiUlin; in ! street, f. the j.in.t7-tni.'ino, oruau, violin, Mute, Did you ose Supp- entrusted ;.to it than them a call. this. Give Give me n call and convince yourselves. Will nut sell at cost, 'but with a small margin. Notick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry with me for repaii, may rest easy that they will net them aK.iin. Mustang Liniment only good for horses ? It is' for inflammation of all flesh. PHILIP SELBERT, Jeweler, mar.28-3in- AMPREPAREDTODOANY KIND OF LAND S''rveyinj at short notice. Address tne at Jett P. O., Franklin county. Ky. T 1 . 33 St. Clair street, F.mkfort, Ky. Fch. TOM IC. JETT. I I I .lu. wmBBmmtMtomwwimmmmmmm - ,4 i.- - '."'yd '- Sl ..j.tj,, ri fjLJ?a- -. . iS--- -' V .,. .1, " ; "'liMUW,'?",- - fM" - " 'iJW'TJF" "i ' 3 CO o ! - r (D r r "3 rTl ' S .&- s8 --s o w j Hxj ,i Je 3 0 oi D O N w 1 cr a p P u K IO Hi o 5 bd El B o (0 "n 30 M k CO o o DO 4 CO H z CO CJI 0 . L S S8 ROUNDABOUT, en en Tcrv"rJ OL'ukflllM V If our Peak's Mill correspondent, What is the use in wasting a dollar who signs himself "Quicker," will when you can save it by buying from send his real name to this ofllco his McClure & Bro? FRANKFORT, MARCH 21, 1885. communication may be published, but Kxnuiine cash p. ices at L. B. ' tides in otherwise it cannot. Marshall's It is a long thno between tho river this season. She presented one of the best Cuni-ille- s Fishermen, go to McClure's and get een here in many a day." Her E. Bailey Is announced in articulation is wisp and clean, her a fresh supply of fishing tackle. Mr. Tims. they keep the best assortment another column as a candidate for "business" full and judicious, and her in Frankfort. make-u- p and dress all that could be Mler. desired. Tho audience grew genuinely Berberich's new stock of spring suitMr. II. H Nicol has begun deliver- enthusiastic over the strong portraiture ings is one of the best selections ever ing ice every morning in all parts of of Miss Hawthorne's, which is far brought to this city. warmer and even more sympathetic the city. Read his card in another than Modjeska's. '1 hues. Clover seed, timothy, blue-gras- s and column. the Opera House Wednesday red lop lower tnan anywhere in town. At MASTIN BBOS. Fifty convicts were .sent from the evening, March 2"th, 188o. Tuesday Penitentiary to Eddyvillo Berberich keeps none but the best Seed potatoes 7o cts. per bushel at afternoon to work on tho new Peniten- Mastin Pros. goous aim manes tnem up 111 tno best Htyle. Call and see him. tiary at that place. . Editor Roundabout: Mr. Cicdiir Shuhinski, formerly of A bargain in fine gold watches and HKAiiSnt: One more word as to this city, but now of Lexington, has the new jail in answer to Mr. Bohan-an- , French marble clocks at Philip accepted the agency for the American who seems to represent tho Court the jeweler. Mutual Aid Insurance Society, of of Claims, and I am done. Tho grand bear me out that I, the Hudson & Meagher are Louisville, and has been in tho city jury will made ueiore tneni, saidin tnat making spring suits. Their very busy new cutor- remarks for several (lays representing that if it was necessary to build a now jail ter, Mr. Todd, is an immense success. ganization. it would incur additional taxation, . . Our goods are all news and seeds all and that this would affect me perhaps Mr. Jos. It. Fears, of Scott county, as much as any member of the grand fresh MASTIN BBOS was granted a license to practice, law jury or other citizen of the county, to A new and handsome, line of sumbut by the Judges of the Court of Appeals, Nowthat 1 was willing the stand it. members mer silks at I do not doubt that on Tuesday, the 17th. Mr. Fears of the Court of Claims are a sensible Weitzel O'Donnell's. taught school in this county for several body of men, thoroughly competent to years, and received instruction in his decide as to whether tho present jail is The Duty of State Legislaturea legal studies from Col. Thos. 13. Ford sufficient or notto(though remarkably Legislation in every State should such conclusion), but slow in coming during that time. there are some of us who doubt their regulate the sale and use of the many ability to manage the finances of the poisons resorted to by women in their county. They are presumed to be a desperation to obtain beautiful comCaprice" at the N. Y. Theatre. plexions lawful body The season at the Now Park Theatre unlawful act. and would anot do an Iron Tonic TJiere exists in Br. Harter's accommatter of Yet it is was opened last night with Mr. record, that at tin ir meeting in No plish the every requisite to injuring object without comedy drama Howard P. Taylor's did pass "Caprice " Mercy, the pretty hut vember last, theyconstituents an order neaitn or -endangering -me. . 1 to nay of an Adirondack pledging their uneducated daughter eight per cent interest on the bonds of Call and see our all wool jerseys mountain farmer, is married off hand J.1... II" 1 J... for one dollar. u uouioru con my coiuu.v. by Jack Henderson, a young artist, mo Court House bonds negotiated nun Weitzel & O'Donnell. for her who Is discarded by his family. After V, pen cent, but the Franklin county o live months of married life in a ReadL. B.Marshall's hat advertisemagistrates must step two per cent ho becomes discontented, and beyond the legal interest in says in his wife's hearing that he is negotiate Franklin county order to ment this paper. bonds. tired of her ignorance. She leaves Now as to Mr. Boha man's delicacy in Farmers having real good butcher .goes to the seminary 'it which him, advertising himself as one of the board stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, his softer studies, and four years later act of the Court will receive the highest market prices Lot is hN sister's guest at his father's house. of magistrates. him this do a little for The acts of the by calling on Mack Salvors, 22;) .Main Jack, who still loves his wife, but Court of Claims are public property, .street. fll-tthinks that she is dead, meets her and subject to criticisms by any citizen piece there, and all ends happily The of the ciamty. As to the political axe Boots and shoes made to order and is filled with interesting incidents. Miss I will say I have neither one of a po- repairing promptly done at L B. MarTho part of Jmy is taken by litical or private character to grind, shall's. 's Minnie Maddern, who played in two years ago lam impolicy man, but stand boldly Park Theatre is right though the heavens for Fou Ricnt. House of five rooms, She was called before the curtain at fall.what with gas in all the rooms and good act. When she appoar-th-e tho end of each Wash Ckutciiku. cistern in the yard. Apply to rose and time lat her. tho audience was also W C Ilniixnox. Mr. Taylor cheered Call at Mastin Bros, and see their called out and made a short spyyh. new patent harrows. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Ar. v. Sun 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack !;! Main street, oppoAt the Opera House Tuesday, March .store, No Job lot of lints $1, former price site Dr. Dttvall's residence. f lt-t21th. $3 and $3.50. McCluro & Bro. Call and see Brinley's new Achine Louisville Tobacco Market. steelo plow. It is warranted to be the P. K McCluro and Bro.'s new best in the market. Kept by Mastin IMJKNISIIUJ HY LOUISVILLE toiiacco spring style boots and shoes, hats and Bros caps are now coming in daily. PKANKFORT Bc-memb- er Sel-bert's, PIANOS AND ORGANS- !- EASY TERMS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There arc 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 suqh 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. J, H. CULTBR. SnloHinnn, l'RANKKORT, KENTUCKY. CO., I. H. BALDWIN Avpnne, ;j;iu ivourii Sc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. a. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. m Main St., Over Cnildier & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. 1 A- -. 1 1 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Frankfort home. cot-tag- -- AGENT F O K- - f. Silver's Patent Glass Bgg Beater & measuring Jar,,. It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs to twice the bulk of any other beater. Ab-bov- Sal-yor- SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. f. uwni:-IIOCS- SILVER'S PATENT EGG- TIMER, - Louisvii.i.k, Kv Mar. iS, 1885. Sales for past week amounted to 2,548 lioj'shcaiN, and sales since January 1st, 30,435 hogshead. Of the crop of 18S4 there has been sold 32,617 hogsheads, and at this date last year there had been sold of crop of 1883, is selling at steady ai d regular "prices and at about the prices of a week ago. The offerings of Green River fillers have been remarkably small for the time of year and prices for such are very firm. Receipts have been better than was expected this dry weather. We quote new iium.7 iuu.i.w .. ...,....,$3.50 to ?4 jO Dark '1 rash 4.sOtO O.OO Colory Tiabh 4.50 to 0 60 Common Lugs Uright Colory I.ugs . . . . . 6.00 to 8.50 b OD to Common Leaf (not colory) . i,.,i n r.nod Leaf (not col'y) 7.50 to 9 00 " Medium to Good Leal (coioryj 9.00 10 13.00 '3.o to 18.00 Fine Leaf . 0 574 hogsheads. ll Uinlev tobacco 1 . styles at Berberich's. Plain anil- Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled C.i'l and select the goods for your Just received 50 dozen jerseys in Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice Oream Freezersj now spring suit at V. Berberich's. all styles and prices. Five kiuds of Goal Oil Stoves; Gasoline Stoves; U kinds of Goal and Weitzel & O'Donnoll. Buy you a spring hat from L. B. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. Marshall. Itch, cured in !M) minutes by Wool-ford- 's Flain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipo; Tin, Slate and Iron Sanitary Lotion. This never Hoofing a specialty, and for whioh ho is celebrated all over the State. Now spring goods in all tho latest falls. Sold by Hughes & Chiles, . . McCluro & Bro. deal in good goods Lil'o Insurance call on S. C. and not trash, and believe that the Hull at 31 Cluic' . masses will patronize tho house that sells the best goods for tho least monE. & W. collars and cuffs at Hudson ey. & Meagher's. .'It Booms kok Bk.vt. Two rooms, Wo have genuine guinea rep silks front and back, on second floor, cenat one dollar. trally located on Mninstroet. Address, Weitzol & O'Donnell. lock box No. ill. Also a stable with two stalls, carriage Paper bags at reduced prices for hoiwo and roomy lot for rent by same cash at L. B. Marshall's. party. tf. For It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. SAPET OIL C-A-iLTSI Approved and used by the U. S. Government. Druggist, Frankfort. Maysi-iy- A j A4 ftmflfcUoK-fU- iutJ anaHMMHiifiBiNiHi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. month by Rev. Burton, pastor. All are cordially invited. Sunday-schowill be organized at this church on the iirst Sunday in April Parents, come and bring your children; don't send them and you stay at home, or go visiting. A place will bo found for you to fill as well as them. ol Wonro ns a cnndldnto for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho action of iho Doiiwur.iHn authored to iinnoiincc AUS. RODIN-SO- N party. JOHN T. BUCKLEY -- DEALER lJN- We nre authorized to nnnnunee II RAM 3.M00T as aoandidate for Jailor of Frnnklln county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Deputy went to Anderson county Monday and arrested Jim Kcllis, colored, who is charged with being one of the gang of whisky thieves. Jim is an old offender, having served one or two terms in the Penitentiary, but left here some time since saying he was going to try nndleal an honest life He was released on bond to appear at the June term of the U. S. Court. U. S. Mnwlinl Con. McCnrty Cancers Conquered. The Swift Specific Company have the most indubitable evidence as to the cure of Cancer by their famous medicine. S. S S. Among others, John S. Morrow, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Florence, Ala , makes the following statement as to the merits of this remedy: "I have been suffering with a cancer in my right ear, for about three years. I tried various remedies and Mas treated with Iodide of Potash, which produced rheumatism. My feet and legs were greatly swollen, so that I could not walk. About one year ago I was induced to try Swift's Specific, which soon removed the trouble in my limbs, and my rheumatism is now entirely gone and my Cancer is steadily improving, being better now than at any time within the past two years This medicine has done me more irood than anything else I have taken, and I feel that I am on the. road to a speedy cure Undoubtedly Swift's Specific is the best blood purifier in the world." Joirx S. Moimow, Florence, Ala., Sept. 22, '84. Wo nro authnrirod to announce MOSKS HAYDON ns n candidate for Jnllcr of Franklin county, subject lo the action of tho Democrntio party. IVo oounty, subject to tho action ol tho Democratic DAN SJIKKHAN. pnrty. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a otndldnta for Jnibr f Pninkliii county, subject to tho aotiou of tho Democratic cratic party. I nroby announoo myself a candidate for to the office of .Inller of Franklin nnnounce JOHN T. WATERS nsa .'nndldulo for Jailer ol Frank-li- n county, subject to tho action of the Demonro nuthorircd to S T O "V IES Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special Antiooh. Smoked glass was at a premium lat Monday. Mr. J. W. Semones is on the sick list this week. There will be preaching at Anttoeh party. WoaronutlioriredtoiuinouncnRODT.STONr, ns n cindidate tor Jailer ol Franklin county, subject to tho action of the Democratic Party, Wo arnauthori.od to announce NO A II GO INS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subject to tho notion of the Democrntio party Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me a call. 1 at 11 a. m. Miss Kate Semones, of Frankfort, is visiting Mrs. H. T. Smith Mr. R. H. Shannon, of Lebanon Ridge, was in the neighborhood last week. Mr. Dock Arnold, of Frankfort, prtfd Henry Spalding a flying visit last Sunday. Mr. John Cornelius, of the Roundabout office, was out last Sunday, the guest of ,T. D. JIiUlc: "Wanted. A few more candidates for jailer, for terms apply at the Roundabout office.. The report that Mr. James Glore had sold out is not true; his 'place is still on the market. If wood wagons are as numerous on all the other pikes as they are on the F. & V. C. Frankfort need not fear a FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We nro authorized to nnnounce LAZARUS P. IIULE rTK a i em lid.ito for Comity of Common Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic pnrty. Super-Intcnde- Kentucky Central Railroad. Saint Clair Stretft, Frankfort, Ky. for me. I have had a cancer on my face for many years I have tried a great BH, U E GRASHROUTE" many remedies, but without relief. Shortest and Quickest route from I almost gave up hope of ever being cured. Dr. Tlardman, my son, CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL ro NTS recommended Swift's Specific, which I have taken with great results. Mv AND SOUTHWEST. face is almost well, and it is impossi- MTU. EAST WEST, ble for me to express my thanks in FAST LINK KETWECN words for what this medicine lias done Monroe, Ga.. Sept. 2, 1884. Treatise on DK).1 a'ld Skin Diseases mailed free FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES r - WILL REPAIR YOUR- - Mn. flMvr.it IIaiidmax, LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 1SS4. PUMPS, GAS PIPE SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 12ST, ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND Tin-- ; Swipt SPKGTFir Co., Drawer ft, Atlanta, Ga. wood famine. . The peach market has been rather A Husband's Greatest Blessing dull for the past two weeks. Come is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife back, Dud, and give it a boom. with a clear, handsome complexion. Died. March 17th, "Old Fan," the These can all be acquired by using Dr. family horse of Butler Glore. I Iarter's Iron Tonic. Old Kan is dead, that good old mare, No more she'll feel the goad. She alwnjs kept her traces fair, Wnilc Charley pulled the load. p t p n ti 1 p n ;i n r par "' 52 53 n-i n Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent -- ::? 0 O r M ??"" I - For cash. Having the best : and- - 2 ; ' ; OtpUU 13 "3 ' , . , T!0 . "O "O An Editor's Tribute. Theron P. Keater, Editor of Ft. Wayne Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five years have always used Dr. King's iNew Discovery, for coughs of most severe character, as well as for those of a milder type. It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My friends to whom I have recommended it speak of it in same high terms Having been cured by it every cough I have had for five years, I consider it the only reliable and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." fall at Joe LeCompte's Drug Store and get a Free Trial Bottle. Large Size 2 owBuo" U "3 WU1 ol " MMMOOT c p 3 55355 3 tJPPPP iso 3 0.0 '" hPu MOST : COMPLETE SET.: OF : TOOLS I B 3 3 3 3 3 "l', I" P K f In the city enables then to offer this inducement. Mr. James Rossel swapped a horse, sold one and bought another all in less than a week. Dink says he can make more money trading hordes here than he can by fanning in the mountains, and says he will slay here. So trot out your horses, boys. We learn that there are several school districts in this county that will have to build new school houses this year, and 't is time the people were discussing the ways and means for doing so. We propose that every can- $1.00. didate for office, instead of buying whisky and triving it away, give the ANNOUNCEMENT. money toward building school houses FOR 3 r,TK SENATOR. V e could insure that man's election We nre authorized to announce that would do so. DROWN as a candidate wh0 O'O'a'c 5 3 3 3 I" ( co ' 5 5333 " SuuO Tj'e'co'o m4.Ui(1)M NEW PLANING MILL. ' O ' ' .. o v,oi inoNom vpWllUNM,IJj.ESSoOOCO in oaui 53355 ? s a r " J.M.WAKEFIELD Establishment Having reoently added to his First-Clas- mmm i WASHINGTON and Mwnjf KOUTE EAST KENTUCKY'S s Pinning Mill, PHILADELPHIfl. & NEW YOBK. THB ,. H. Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sf 40ul, , ppppppi. .uiOuiCmoono 333333I' 33 35 3 535 1 1 1 o 1 p n 1 r ' 1 ' Si:h, Doon, Blind:, Friffi::, Molding ONLY LI ALSO NE RUNNING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR rrrirrnrprr-i i n C--n 1 mnm mm SCOTT 3 O p-- 3 pP.orpPffd'SSrsc p ' sbrp S3 Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in tho Best Style. A SOLID TRAIN FKOM May 15-t- f. 2 O. c o c 3 LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Q. Benson. fast week. Misses Kennedy and Calahan, of Frankfort, visited Miss Lizzie Ryan for Senator from tho comities of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, subject to thc.ictlon of the Democratic party. ni ot 11 O CO(i M u H bj w Ui n n, ti U c Attorney-at-Law- , M WM. CROMWELL AND Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. The sale of Mr. Oliver Travis took place on tho 14th inst.. that of Mrs. Ryan on the 18th Wo tiro iuthorizud to announce W.ll. HAWK INS nca cundiduie Franklin, Mr. O. B. Mc Andrews has moved to county, subject to the for Assizor ofDemocratic action of tho the Farmdale neighborhood, where he party. will crop with Mr. Averill. We are authorized to announce LEWIS Tho rain has interfered with the IIARROD ns iicindidatetor Assessor of Frank-i- n county, Hulijjat the ajtion ol the Democratic farmers, checking their energetic spirit which was just developing after being party. so long dormant FOR COUNTY CLERK. Messrs. J. and E. Wade have rented Ho are authorized to announce JOHN S. a farm in Shelby county and have IIARROD. ns a candidate tor County Clerk, removed hence. Their sister, Miss vibject to the notion of the Democratic party. Mildred, accompanied them to take Wo are nuthorizad to announoe GEoROE S. charge of the house. GREEN ns a cadidate for "Clerk or the Franklin Misses Bettie Richardson and Linda County Court, subject to the notion of the Democratic party. Triplett, of Frankfort, and Rev. Circuit, We are au'liorized to announce LEE A. Savage, of Lawrenceburg undidnte for Clerk ol the Frankspent Tuesday and Wednesday of hist Ott'KN week with the family of Mr. J. C. lin County Court, subject to tho action of the t FOR ASSESSOR. Wo nre authorized to nnnounce JAMES K. O'lIARX n a enndi.tulo tor Assessor of Franklin cuiiiii), ruliji-oto the action of the Democratic pirty. U P P CO CC, - P P P P , i p o bin 00 CON -m - - N Vf A WASHINGTON CITY, OONHEGTJNG IN SAME DIPOTWITfl FAST TB AUS FOE OF o ' 533333 nO UJ In O O a av 5 33COM M IJ O Wl 3333 00 M O CONJ 4. p p p P p' p p p wi 0 v M vi ff, O 333533 O'STS'O . 3 55 5- - 3 2 M Frnnklln and tbe ndjolning counties, nnd will ill co give )ieeinl nttentiun to the purchase nnd sale of real, ertiite, colkction of rente, (.Inline, Real Est ate Agent, PRAOTICr. IN THE COUltTS ot limns. 2!-y. KTB'W TIIK J1IKECT ROUTE TO 70BZ. m M nnd the negotiation opposite Court lloune. Otliie Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, AND ALL 0-- 3 June BB To hTO GOOD ItClLTIt the UTTR Bitut fee Iwpt ! ordrr. 2! o d'O'O'a'o-- a 335333 00 oijpphs'apPP 33 3335l55333 i S mjLumvMLM si blKI mm NFORD'S M!IWisBJM j MAYSVILLE UKANCH. Nortli-Uoun- No. 51, Unily, I'.x. Sun. 7,25 No. 53, lm Ml For tickets aim futhcr informntii n, api.h to our nearest ticket efiice. or address, n. is. akkuijL, w..i.URKn, Ticket At-nt- . Advortisinc Agt. 22.0 Fourib Arrnue L'luisTlllo, K7 H. V. FULLER, C. W. SMITH. Gen. 1'ass. Agt., General Mnnnger, ) Dnil), p p V.x. Sun. m m Richmond, Virginia. Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. I.ve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. Pari Carlisle Millersburg Maysville Johnson McChesnoy. Democratic party. 1030am No. s', D.dly. Ex. Sun 6.30 a 5 45 8.40 a 9.00 a in 9 48 a in 815am m am 300pm 4 30 5 so 547pm 609pm 7.00 pm 745pm INVIGORATOR .. M(in fill IIUII1U ,lilllUVi U . CCMW.W Jlcdlclne.nnd lordiwsn aretiultinicfroinadorkngea or torpid condition of the Liver: such asBilioasnues, OoctivenoHs. Jaundice, Dybpojwl.i, Malarin, Hheuinatlsm, etc. An invftlu&blo rara ilyModiclno. l'or lull information sena your es ou a postal card for 100 page book on Uie "Liver and Its UmoaseV' to OIL BANlfOEU, 21 Dunno Street, Now York. VUBV McChesnoy has a sheep that last July became perfectly blind and remained in this condition for four months, when its sight was restored. This is truly applicable to its case, "Once I was blind but now I see." Already the smoke has been seen curling from vale to hill top from the .great brush and log heaps used in the (Preparation of tobacco beds I wonder if. by climbing to one of tho hill .tops around here we can see this year .as many yards of canvass as we did Mr. W D. FOR COUNTY AT TORNEY. IVe are authorized toannnunco .IAS. A. T as a candidate for to the office of County Attorney, subject to the action of tbe Domocratlo party. Wo are authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS ataoandidntcfor County Attorney, subject to tbe action of the Democratic forty. VIO-LET- South-Boun- No. 54 Daily, Ex. Sun, 1.38P m 3 47 p m 3,09 p m 3.35 Turrs PILLS Tb Orwttert Medical i'riaaph. of the Ace! Lve, Maysville . Lve. Johnson . I.ve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington, . Arr. Covington . a .1 7.3: 7 44 8,10 a 9,10 a 11.30 a a m m in m m m m J.ispni 25 YEARS IN USE. . T ml M jat UULOtUiT HILL TELL VOU ITS HIPOTaTIOH. pm o.oop m 5.35pm Choice ALL Coal Cheap. NOTE Train No. 3 runs daily from Knoxvlllc, KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Winchester, and Lexington to Covington, FOR REPRESENTATIVE. fnmily use. Prompt Delivery, Full We are authorized to announoo Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Pari', and not Weight, llottom Trices. R. 0. CnUROII as aonndidato for Representative of via Winchester an I Paris. Franklin County In the next Legislature, sub Telephone connection No. 36. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox-villject to tho action of the Democratic pnrty. last. We are authorized to announoe S. I. M. and Paris No. 53, daily except Sunday, MMra TTnlotfo. (Yinurnv. W. T). &. MAJOR ai a candidate for Representative of Lexington 8:20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A. M eave Paris, rS E. McChesney spent Monday iandi Franklin oounty in tho next Legislature, sub-jeFRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f No. 53, daily except Sundny, leave Lexington, 4:30 to theaetion of the Demoorntlo party. Tuesday of last week In Louisville. P. M.J arrive Paris, 5:15 P. M. These gentlemen reported tobacco FOR JAILER. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid very low, and vust quantities on the with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between CincinWe are authorized to aunouneo TIIOS. E. Trains, and Richmond Va. and Winchester and Polk says: "boys, lets not market. nati, DAILKY as aoandidate for jailer of Franklin Washington, D. C. talk ubout tobacco, for it makes me county, subjeot to tho aotion of the Demooratio feel bad." The loyv prices of this Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a raijrpad. weed will nearly ruin men who rented party. S. F.B.MORSE, 168 rtne Strict, CtneinnmH, OM: We are authorized to announce HENRY W.Jf. WHITTLESEY, Jand, paying high prices for it. Pass'rAgt., TrV. Pass'r Agt., MITCHELL as a candidate for Jailer of FrankALLISON A SMITH. Covington, Ky, Lexington. Ky. Services at North Benson Church lin oounty, subject to tbe action of tbe DemThe type on which thin paper U printed it from C.W. SMITH, H. W. FUjTlER. t. e above foundry each ooratio party. Roundabout. first Saturday and Sunday in ' Gen'l PaM'r Agent, Ccd'I Manager. GEO. S. MACSZ.IXT. 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