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The following Is n copy of the order mnde in the South Benson Baptist Church case when the same was dismissed: vs. FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 11, 1885. Number 30 WL MA8TIN BROS. 3DBu&.ZjEZS XCT Frankmn Circuit Court. Agreed Order. Jno. Jenkins, &c, PlfTs ) 1 building; and thereupon the defend- Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters and Planters. Full stock of Farming ants, by the consent of plaintiffs, Gear always on hand. agreed that they would pay one half . of the taxable, cost of this action. Jno. & J. W. Rodman, Atty. Plff's. A. DUVALL & D. W. LlNDSEY, mir.7-3m- J. D. l'arrent, &c, Dft's. j This day came the parties hy their A.TDattorneys, and the plaintiffs dismiss TD I their action herein conditioned as follows: Ann street, Williams Bros. old stand, Frankfort, Ky. Then came the defendants and offeruse of ed and tendered to plaintiffs the South Benson Church building for a Old Hickory Wagon, Saturday and Sunday in each month, McCorniick's Machines, to be fixed and agreed upon by a comSouth Bend Chilled Plow, and mittee of three from each Church, Erinlay, Mai tar, Meikle, thereupon the plaintiffs, in oil kindness and good feeling and courtesy, decline And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. the proffer of the 'use of the church -- Faming Implements, Field Seeds, "W .A. 3B B A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. DO IT. season has Seen late, prices in the 3ast have been depress )d, and we went into the market late with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods at prices that were un known in the history of the trade. We have jought a mammoth .stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c and we offer this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but THE i wBtt, Br WHY WE for CASH BUYERS will get the Watch. Our prices wo guarnntee Atty's Deft's. m m maioritv. Mr. Church nearly repre sents the wants, tastes and interests of the industrious people as any man in Kentucky, and by virtue of his splendid record as a successful business man and member of Council is entitled to the warm support and confidence of any Democrat in the county. Let all pull together and give the gentleman a rousing majority. Belle Point. Mrs. S. V. Pence returned home from Qratz Wednesday. Mr. Jas. D. Moore will make 100 tobacco hhds. this spring. Mr. Geo. Shackelford and family have moved to Winchester. Mr. Chas. P. .Nichols Is visiting in Madison, Indiana, this week. Messrs. Charlie and Logan McKee went to Bridgeport Wednesday. General Jas. P. Pence has been quite sick for a week or more. He Is some better now. The foundation for the new School House and Chapol will be completed in a short time. Mr. Wm. Roberts and family, have moved into the house formerly occu- by Mr. A. G. Robinson near the kound House on railroad. Who owns this end of the Plat Creek Turnpike road from the far end of Belle Point to the railroad. The county say they gave it away several years ago Who to? Belle Point did not ask for it. and don't want it, and cannot afford to keep it in repair. Will some of the members or the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee please oxplain why this side of the river was ignored when they were appointing the officers of the Gas House precinct to conduct the primary election to be held on Saturday, May 2. We have always boen represented before Why not now? as the majority of the Democratic voters of that precinct live on this side of the river. ' Then why did not they order the polls open at 6 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock, so the working men could have a chance to vote Defore to work. Gentlemen, treat us airly. rtonnlfi if WnnLrlin nnnnrv tn good business man for the place, in order that all her Interests will receive nroner attention. Robt. C. Church is a candidate soliciting the suffrages of the Democrats in this election, ne needs no Introduction to the people of Franklin county. He is a careiui business man, successful in all the undertakings of life, intelligent, temperate and reliable, thoroughly practical, always painstaking ana polite, he will make a good representative He was born and raised In the county, and is now serving his third or fourth term in the City Council, having been honored the last time by a handsome SttlPflt n The Democratic Committee has select ed May 2d, 1885, as the time for holding u primary election to nominate a Dem- No. 439 Main St Over Crulcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House ocratic candidate for the Legislature. A nomination at this time is equivalent to an election, and it behooves the Eliior Roundabout : CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. (9 9laaVaVBSfllHjPkkr The Waterburyf are lower than thesnmo can be bought uM elsewhere. The most of our goods were in the house and marked in plain figures before we thought of the WATERBURY, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. tracted illness as to be able to be out again. No new cases of matrimony to report this week. Little Nellie Kirk is quite ill with diphtheria. Mrs Evie Sanders is quite sick with pneumonia. . A business boom in this section seems to be inevitable. Let her come. Wanted, a few more candidates, and then we'll have one for each voter. Mr. William Crutcher had 25 or 80 sheep and lambs killed by dogs last week. The bill poster of W. W. Cole's circus was In our town last Tuesday, much to the delight of the juveniles. We report the general health of this community as perhaps better than at any time during the past year. Mrs. Ann Russell and family have returned to their farm for the summer from their winter residence in Frankfort. The wonderful revival of religion in progress at the Baptist Churcli in Frankfort is a source of great rejoicing amongst the followers of Christ in this section. Farmers in this section a majority at least failed to attend County Court last Monday. It being a beautiful day, deemed it the better part of valor to stay at home and work. Sunday-Schowas organized at Franklin Church last Sunday, with C. H. Parrent Superintendent, A. B. Read, sr., assistant Superintendent and J. W. Jenkins Sec'ty and Treas. The Ashing season having commenced, those who have the time and inclination are taking advantage of the beautiful weather this week to engage in this business. Some very tine fish for this creek, little Benson have already been taken. Now that we have a prospect of a business revival in our vicinity, we again call the attention of the General Superintendent to the fact that a telephonic connection is very much needed at this place. Wo ure confident the interest of the company would be very materially advanced financially. ol and consequently we can not charge you one cent more for the goods. played a prominent part in the Circus world. There have been big elephants and baby elephants, but W. W. Colo still maintains his position at the front as the owner of Samson, the largest Asiatic elephant known to be in captivity, which, with the herd accompanying him of the most specimens of their kind ever imported, form a salient feature of W. W. Cole's New Colossal Shows, which besides contains almost everything that curious humanity cares to see The circus is so large that it takes several rings and an elevated stage to give all the performers an opportunltv to display their accomplishments, and the only fault to be found with this truely enormous show is that it is too big. At every performance sixtv distinct acts are given, combining the Circus, Menagere, Theatre, Roller Skating Rink, Gallery of Wax Statuary, Mexico and the Mexicans, the d Living Cow and other distinctive features all in one pleasing and harmonious exhibition. Performances are given In the Menagerie tents as well as in the Circus rings. The troupeof real Bedouin Arabs are a pronounced novelty, as are also the Human Fly, or aerial ceiling walker, the aerial Bicyclists, the artistic and grotesque Roller Skaters, the Roman Gladiators, wrestlers, leapers, gymnasts and rival bareback riders, all of whom enter into spirited competition for supremacy All kinds of trained animals are introduced and performed, among them that rarest of animals, the white hippopotamus, u rhinoceros, and the wonderful horse Blondin, in his tight-rop- e act. A side splitting act is that performed by the educated racing pig, ridden by a monkey jockey, who "makes uice of no vile hold" when there Is a possibility of the Darwinian Dude's losing his balance or being "unhorsed.'' Take the show all in all, It presents such an array of novelties as to justly entitle it Two-Headetwo-home- d Elephant Holiday. A For many years elephants have Bigr CRUTCHER & STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS. NOVELTIES .r: ZXT HATS. NOVELTIES IN UNDERWEAR. NOVELTIES IN COLLARS. HUDS0N& MEAGHERS. -- AGENT FOR- OJ7 - Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jar, It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs to twice the bulk of any other beater. SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. vN A Bovine Freak. Dame Nature, with all her prover bial skill and wisdom, gets off the track occasionally and either adds to or subtracts some portion of her manufactured article. One of the strangest freaks of the kind on exhibition is a living cow, having two distinct and separate heads, fully developed In every particular, with two sets of horns, two pair of eyes, two pairs of ears and two mouths. The animal is otherwise in a normal condition, healthy and sound. Mr. W. W. Cole has secured her as an added attraction to his colossal shows for this season. and visitors will have an opportunity to see one of Nature's most singular mistakes. fort is set for Tuesday May, 0, when every feature above named, and many that space will not permit us to enumerate, will be presented, furnishing a feast of amusement outranking; any three shows that heretofore existed. Boots and shoes made to order and repairing promptly done at L. B. Marshall's. day." The day of exhibition in Frank- to thfi tltlfi nf n "TUtr TCImihnnt Holi SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER, It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. S-A-ZFET-S- Bridgeport. to-nig- ht '. ? The wheat prospect still brightens. at J. W. Jenkins'. Singing Come all. The many friends of Mrs. Nada Kirk will be glad to know she has so far recovered from her recent pro-- Approved and used by the US. Government. Capt. D. M. Rlggs, who Is well known at New Orleans and along the Mississippi river, says, "I have been suffering from dyspepsia for the past Plain and Fanojr Water Coolers, Toilet Seta, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Enameled five years, and from, broken rest, by Ware, and all kind of Tinwarei Seven different kinds of Ioe Oream Freesers) Bevere pains In the bowels and kidneys Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves) Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal aid I tried every medicine recommended for these ;diseases, without success. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest, ', At last I used a bottle of Brown's Iron Plain and Enameled Grates, Pnmps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe) Tia, Slat aid Iroa Bitters, which nrnveri h norfitw mwnoaa Hoofing a speoialtj, and for whioh he is oelebrated all over the State. in mv case." It cures alfllver, kidney and malarial diseases. . May 3i-i. y. What a Mississippi Pilot Says. OI CA-IfcTS- I PUP -- r a t c i rw 'VtV-"- - --. ax" i- - wplfim ' J1 '"C" it 11 r?T ".' o o o o O W 53 W W OQ O W O W U2 u Pm 4 OS e is p p pq m I 53 a i' o fl, s O " v GO H O CD "rf n p- -i D 8 o o PQ o O (3 o o pp 0 Eh rv PQ o g o C 0 CO -- -( ( CM ft W 4W 1 0 3 a CD s 69- CO 3 O S Eh s ft fl w a GO - 3 H cs to l.T O o A Ki o cz CD a f i j o post-offi- o CM 9- - od M ir C5 FRANKFORT ROLTNDAp0UT. ce Entered at the at Erankfort, Kentucky ' as second class mailable matter. . GEORGE A. LEWIS. Editor ..& E'la.TollsSJLr. FRANKFORT, APRIL 11, 1885. An effort is being made to got Major "Whittle, the celebrated evangelist, to come here and hold a meeting. . Mr. John B. Dryden has been ap- pointed night watchman and Harry Bacon day watchman at the Government building. Mr. M. Nichols has purchased from the Berryman heirs the lot on Holmes street, adjoining the residence of Mr. John Crumbaugh. secured your early tomato, cabbage and cauliflower plants go and see Charley Saffell at the Post Office and have him save what you If you have not want. The new base ball grounds, Capital Park, on Holmes street, are being in closed with a close plank fence ten feet nigh, ana win soon oe ready ior the ball tossers. All the friends of base ball, who wish to aid the managers in sustaining a first-claclub in this city, should go and induce to the Opera House friends to do likewise. " This is a their first class company and well worth seeing. ss t, Tuesday evenings. In addition to the splendid vocal music beautiful views I hereby announce to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that Mrs. (leath. from a fine photo-optica- n Will aiso be Sol. Harris has been in New York for the past given. three weeks purchasing the m Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. Personal. T., will hold its regular monthly con1 clave on Thursday evening next, at in Pine Novelties and Trimmings to Goods, Dr. J. G. Hatchitt is quite sick. 7A oclock, on which occasion the reMr. D. A. Adams, of Georgetown, gular annual election of officers will place, and a full attendance of was in the city Monday. take Also an assortment suitable for a Mrs. Belle Shannon, of Indiana, is the Sir Knigjits is desired. visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Lee C. Woodson, of Kansas City, As the District Democratic ComMo , is visiting relatives in this city. mittee has called a convention to meet at Lawrenceburg on the first day of Mrs. Frank K. Rodman, of CincinIn the May to nominate a candidate for Sena- nati, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Pattie Moore, of Winchester, is tor, and the Franklin County Comvisiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. F. Ex-u! mittee has directed a primary election in this city. to be held on the 2d of May to decide Miss Alice Hickey, of Louisville, Who will be Franklin's candidate, the who has been visiting friends in Which will be announced in due time. this Franklin man seems to be liable to get city,returned home Tuesday afternoon. Mr.' Robt. M. Aldrich and wife left there a day behind timeJ Thursday morning for a visit to rela- NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY FTR The meeting at the Baptist Church, tives in Alabama, New Orleans and which has been in progress for the past Texas. five weeks, was closed Wednesday Mr. F. H. Bagby, who has been on I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths and Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such lov prices that must evening. The result of the meeting a visit of several days to the New astonish everybody. Give me a Call. was one hundred and twenty-on- e addi- Orleans Exposition, returned home Tuesday evening. tions to the Church. A debt of $3,800 P. S. Remember ILdCHSHlE!- - ItfTOJWX'OIbT, thecelebrated which has been haniriner over the BORN. dress-makewho has already ready received a number of orders, askjs the Church for some time Has been liquicity, on Monday, April 6th, 1885, to Mr. attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to tall early. In dated, and the congregation is stronger Davidthis and wife, a daughter Makv Todd. Nicol and in better working condition than In this county, on Friday, April 3d, 1885, to Mr. Albert Kodgers and wife, twins a son and daughter. ever before. Mrs. Ann Parr, formerly Mrs. Jas. Page, of this city, mother of Major James It. and Mr. J. Cliff. Page, died her home in Olney, Illinois, on Friday of last week. Her many friends inihis city will regret to hear of her Philip Phillips, the singing pilgrim, whose reputation as a sweet singer, is world wide, and his son will appear at the Opera House on Monday and EN k: ! --1. a-w- T L. L:t ( " QRAND OPENING! MILLIENRY DEPARTMENT EAST. r, Mrs. Julia R. Smith, wife of Dr. S. M A. K, S. E We have had any quantity of street amusement this week, between the Shamrock Oil' gang and the traveling notion store, and on Wednesday a domesticated Cow Boy kind of an individual was posting bjlls announcing that we are to have next week Dr. Lighthall, the Indian doctor and light uing tooth puller. ' A large crowd was in town Monday attending County Court, and between the auctioneers, Shamrock Oil men, notion sellers, and fruit dealers things were kept pretty lively all morning, and in the afternoon the hore show was the principal attraction. A number of fine stallions were exhibited, among themvMr Steve Black's fine young horse Pretender. Sales on the street were lively and quite a number of cattle and horses were disposed of. The horse swappers were too busy listening to tho songn of the Shamrock oil 'men and notion sellers to attend to F. Smith, editor of the Truthful Witness, died Monday morning at eleven o'clock, after a brief illness, aged 42 years. She was a consis- HI K 13 b. SOL. HARRIS. In Lexington, on Thnrsday, April 9th, 1885, Mr, Maxon, of Monroe, Louuiana, and Miss ,v PLANTS FOR SALE. HAVE FOR SALE A LAROE LOT OF SEV-- 1 eral different varieties uf Tomato, Cabbage and Cauliflower plants. Leave your orders now at the e or battel I rcMdencc, and call and get your plants when yon desire them. apM-tt- . C. W. SAFFELL. T Post-offic- i m tent member of the Christian Church, an excellent lady, and her death is a great blow to her devoted husband and children, who have the deep sympathy of the entire community. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the residence of her husband and, as she requested, the ceremony was very brief and simple. She leaves three children, the youngest an infant a few weeks old. Mr. r STRAYED OR STOLEN LH two nnd has will one LIGHT BAY MARE, about 15 bands high, white hind feet, tar in forehiad, heavy mane tail; will fol about first day of I uly. This mare been missing since April 4. The above reward be cheerfully p lid to any one returning the mare NEAR THE FOURS OF ELKHORN, HOPE MILLS FOR SALE. for sale the above I amed Mill. It is a complete Roller Mill in every respect and situated in the heart of a wheat growing country. The flour made by us grades with the very best made. We have a fine local trade, and an abundant supplv of water. Address cither HOPL MILLS CO., Y. OWINOTOTHEtoILL HEALTH OF MR. Roffer curtn il our business, and to JOHN T. MURPHY, Frankfort, Ky. FOE A ZREXnTT. Reuben Runyan, for many years a prominent business man of this city, died at his home on Ann street, Tuesday morning, after an illness of several months, aged 71 years. He was a native of this city, having been born March, 1814, and was one of the oldest inhabitants. In 1819 he moved to Boone county with his parents, but returned here about 1814, and went business. into the dry goo.ls business with Mr. Mr. Samuel White, at one time David Meriwether on Broadway. employed at the Yeoman office, but 'Plwh 41l.n iifnu iinui iiiiin UimiJJ VUU, in; mil. vrtii nAAMiit.iMfi. 1S ....! for tho last 19 years foreman of the when he removed to St. Clair street Lexington Gazette office, committed and continued the business. He aftersuicide Sunday by shooting himself in wards removed to the room on Main the head. Ill health was supposed to street at present occupied by tho be the cause. Col. H. II. Grata, his Adams Express Co. Ho was an honest, employer was absent iii "St. LouiS at upright gentleman, and a consistent the time, but returned home Tuesday. member and office bearer in the MethOn his way up from Louisville he re- odist Church for many years, and his marked 'that 'in the nineteen years Mr. funeral took place from that Church White hacl'jbeen wlfti Him this was the on Wednesday, the services being only .wrong ining he 'had . ever known by Revi E. L. Southgate, of . . . aw , i. . mm to uo, inarne 'i j out a nan day's Shebyville, assisted by Rev. G. C. iosi titiie'froni totfWbrfc in"!? v'ears. jU Kelly, fhe'pasfor.' He 'leaves a widow could alwaytftft'fe: rid t6 the business' of and threo children to mourn his loss, the office as well as himself. The life who have tho deep sympathy of a of the deceased was insured for $8,000. large circle of friends. 1 con-conduct- ed HOUSE IN SOUTH FRANKFORT ON Third street, near the bridge, containing seven 17) rooms, large y.trd au1 garden, good cistern. For terms apply at this, office, npr ti.it. J. A. CRITTENDEN. n DDnwtrs lartsi 1 ipp AlEr llf iPH liUil im ''- --r 11 5.w IVSE aew 7T"mlT- - T T s: at 1 for bale, which would make very good sites for du ellings, near where 1 now reside, about ten minutes walk from the State House. MICHAEL BUTTIMER. mar.33.4t. HAVE THREE OR FOUR BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. i t I UfM HI mvurm -- FMUM A I 1 P!S115 llll II w') B7 Y. I1ERRY, Vrrsaim.es, Kv. 3llti KfiHSEBgfiniMfl iwj HUHBHBB9msznnm9minjnw& ninBaaauui9BuujBjwiia mm 11 DOS!!' T PUKE to my customers 11.jr21.6m 1 citizens of Frankfort th.it my wagon is now running regularly every morning, mm I am delivering WOULD RESPECTFULLY ICE! isM I"! u 1 nmumm INFORM THE BIQINSON in all solicited and promptly attended to. ICE parts of the city. Orders R. H. NICOL. NOT AT COST PHILIP SELBEKT The Popular Jeweler, is offering his I '. 1 Tbia medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable toulcD, quickly and completely l!ureN Dyiipcpvla, ludlffentlon, Weaknens, linpare Bload, OIaIarla,t'hUta aud Ferera, and Nmralgla. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Itldneya and liver. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Wftmen, and all who lead sedentary lhes. It docs not injure thetecth.causoheadache.or produce constipation olht'Irtm tnctHclnndo, It enriches and purifies the blood; stimulates the appetite, aids1 the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength . ens the muscles and nerves. Forlnterraittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of ' ' Energy, &c, It has no equal. O- - Tho genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. U al hj BROWN CHI1ICAL CO, SULTIMORK, 81 &l 51 Ji 9 THE BEST TONIC. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle nnd all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church's Livery Statle, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. Uo. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly , mar.7-iy- . attended to. HAVING Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILTEHWARK, &C, &C, at prices lower than the lowest, Give me a call and convince yourselves, r' J Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin, ' ALL PERSONS INDF.BTED'TO THE FIRM cO;..TJ.KtCHARl)SONar hertby o.N. Notice. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry notified to come forward and settle by the first f wita me.fpr repftir,-ma- y rest easy tbat'ther will eel May, 18S5, or their accounts will be placed' in the them again. -- A NOTICE. "i' '' ft hands of nn officer for collection April 11 at. N.F.RICHARDSON. mar.a8-3- PHILIP SELBERT, Jeweler, 23 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky'. .gftrt,,,-.,,.- ,. 1. AkiMi y -- -l . - fJA-l- - , ...f-- j wU4,a. 'n jjfcaisJjU - -- wp-p w, iiiqnT9TT?r'?Qr- - "T;1! T t "yi -. $' t"p- t,' '.U'fJ;V Tjw ,""'SW,g"'J,',' &0 CO El! s CD " 1 8 H r (D h3 c ro s" 2-i ""T t 4. R M 1 I it i rP' ' - m sMsSMHsVB go S CD W W TO W O Hrt w o i 3 E3 W . J- "iM 05 go J o riri o V " - H & 0 ffl cj-- 5 3 GO S B tl 1 i 59- - i CD CD 77 f1 B CD d B FRANKFORT o 5 g! 3Q O CO P ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT, APRIL 11, 1885. Rev. J. McC. Blaynoy, D. D., will preach at the Chapel in Leestown tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock All are invited to attend. Mr. Frank Gobber, grocery merchant on Washington street, died Wednesday, after a lingering illness with liver complaint. Major J. Alex. Grant is an applicant, for the appointment of Consul at some foreign port. He does not specify the the point to which ho wishes to be sent. The Democratic primary election to select candidates for Senator from this district and Represqntative from this County in the next Legislature has been ordered by the County Committee to be held on Saturday, May 2. m m The Carleton Opera Company will return here on Friday and Saturday, April 17th and 18th, and will render two splendid operas. The price of reserved seats will be for one night $1.00, for both nights $1.50. Seats can be .secured at once at Barrett's. The contract with the water company gives to the city two public fountains and we learn that the one in Capital square will be resuscitated in a short time after the works are in operation. Now for the other would it not be a good plan for the city to purchase the Kentucky Eclectic Institute property, now owned by Mrs Gaines and occupied by MaJ. Stanton, and convert it into a city park ? This is about the only place purchasable for such a purpose, alul ft is something that no one will object to. It contains slx'or seven' acres and is admirably adapted for u beautiful park. On the river front the grounds are rolling, and are adorned by several magnificent elms "C" in Yeoman. A good suggestion, and we second the motion. Nothing adds so much to the beauty of a city or the enjoyment of her citizens as a public park. Let us have one by all means. To-nig- ht Mr. Dan. Sheetinger is erecting a Drs. Gratigny & Norris, neat frame cottage on Logan street. Specialists, of Cincinnati, will beat the && , m-MmCapital Hotel on Thursday next, for Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell will preach at the Franklin Church Sunday after- the reception nnd treatment of patients suffering with cancers, tumors, nasal noon, April 10th, at 3 oclock. und pulmonary diseases. Owing to a press of advertising matBro's ter we aro compelled to leave over to Stop at Howard or a for a01loaf of tnose dozen iresn cream oread bext week several communications. delicious hot rolls. VSS SJSJp BST BSSj cvvm Mr. Darsie occupies his pulpit at the, A nice line of spring straw and fur morning hats at John W. Payne's, South Christian Church ii9lisJBB)BSBBBBtt and night as usual. Subject of the Frankfort. IbhBBBBBBBBhbvI'VbbbBbi BBbbbBBB HbT BH night discourse, Jesus the Great Help Howard Bro's cream bread and rolls er. beat everything yet offered. Fresh ' ! A countryman, unloading some every evening. EASY AND ORGANS ! wood in front of Sower & Ahler's A fine line of baby buggies at R. In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Thursday, threw a stick of wood Rogers', Main street. . one of the large plate glass through must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income at bankCheap John show windows. The load of wood rupt prices, in is selling goods building. of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five Odd Fellows was worth $1.50 and the glass $100. 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 Wanted. To borrow $400 on real Brinly's Champion Hillside Plow, see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are estate worth $1,400, will pay 10 per sold by Mastin Bros. giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. ' cent, interest. Inquire at this office. D.H.BALDW1N&CO., For Life Insurance call on S. G. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Spring ginghams and prints of best pull at M Clure's: iiiltt LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Fonrh Avpntif. styles at John W. Payne's, South Snlesman, J. H. CULTER. May FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Frankfort. Paper bags at reduced prices for j cash at L. B. Marshall's. Berberich keeps none but the best goods and makes them up in the best A nice line of baby buggies at R. style. Call and see him. Rogers' furniture store, Main street. MODERN MECCA OF RECREATION ! SBYffJiSHiHSfiSMBESiiSB JMMMMWWIWHsn KSpsflssHHiBBBBBll jTi PIANOS - TERMS ij-i- y t Antioch. m THE . the Madame Fry Concert Company, of Boston, will give one qf their elegant entertainments at the Opera House, for the 'benefit of Jhe Frankfort'ase'ail QuJ.b Xxi speaking of tfi&company the Boston Times has this to says Madame Fry and daughters, jiKisfr (I liv thn plhrntpfl nrHstx Mr. J. A. Sterling, cornetist, and Mr; A. J. Wells (late of Wells' Cathedral, England), pianist, gave one of their Grand' Concerts last night. The success 'of the artists called forth enthusiastic applause, and double and triple recalls 'were- made after certain pieces Special pralsd should be given to the rendering of the "Ave Maria," by Madame Fry; "The Dove," by Mies Eug'emo; the "Children's Kingdom," by Miss Lulu: the violin solo, by Mis Alta, and the quartette of horns, by Madame and daughters, was simply wonderful. Boston Time. And Dr. Eben Tourjee director of the New England Conservatory of Music" Boston, writes: v sufficient. Miss Edna Chambers left for Louis- new spring suit at V. Berberich's. ville last Monday morning. Buy you u spring hat from L. B. There will bepreachlng at Antioch by Elder Polk South, when Marshall. it will be determined when the Sunday-schoNew spring goods in all the latest will be organized. styles at Berberich's. Mrs1. Kate Shackleford of Belle Point after spending several days with her Go father's family, left for her future home baby and see R. Rogers' new lot of buggies. in Winchester, Clark county, last Wednesday. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet We give a special invitation to all hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salthe candidates for the Legislature to meet with the teachers next Saturday ver's store, No 228 Main street, oppofl4-tand'give their views on the common site Dr. Duvall's residence. school system. Let us hear from you, Examine cash pi ices at L. B. gents, or you may hear from us. The Franklin County Teachers Asso- Marshall's ciation will meet in regular session in the City School building in Frankfort Pure Burbank potatoes at Mastin on the 3d Saturday in this month at Bros' for GO cts. per bushel 10 a.m. We hope that every teacher and friend of education in the county A bargain in tine gold watches and will feol it their duty to meet with us. French marble clocks at Philip Let us now Organize for the summer's the jeweler. there is campaign. "In union strength." Farmers having real good butcher We have been asked to warn tho stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, young ladles of this neighborhood of will receive the highest market prices a certain young gent who is in the by calling on Alack Salyers, 22: Main f!4-t- f. habit of bbrrowinir rinirs. handker street. chiefs, etc, of some and giving them to other young ladies'. We hardly think Itch, cured in J10 minutes by Wool-ford- 's he means any harm by it, but it is very Sanitary Lotion. This "never annoying to some of the young ladies fails. Sold by Hughes & Chile?, who have lost their rings, Xx, by such Druggist, Frank fort. conduct. A word to the Msd'is" ol Call and select the goods for your To which Millions make n Yearly Pilgrimage. THE CROWNED KING OP WONDERLAND WILL EXHIBIT FHAXTKFORT, TUESDAY, MAY Afternoon and Evening A-T- Otll P. H 1 and 7 W. W. COLE'S CIRCUS CONSOLIDATION. f. -- ANI Sol-bert'- s, CONGRESS OF WONDERS, IEE la Uit 45 STERLING AND NOVEL ACTS Circus HI Ml Blast -- COMPRISING - II HE W0RLD1 niiiniw w Greater, Grander and Richer than any other Exhibition on Earth. ati oa aa eagrasai XLX7ATSS 0TA3I, by Louisville Tobacco Market. IIY LOUISVILLE TODACCO HOUSE. WAKE WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS TieCMCtajion 12-GEN- of every Nation ARAB8-- 12 Louisvii.i.e, Kv April 7, Sales for one week to date 2,561 hhtls. " Sales since Jan 1st 3,7033 hliils. The market has been very steady for thu' past week and closes' tu(tity' with prtcGsabotit as they were a week ago. The sales to date have been about two thirds Hurley and one third dark tobacco. During the remainder of the season the sales will show a larger per centagc of dark iSSs. And all Bilious Complaints Sate to take, being purely vegetable no griping. Price i eta. AJU DruggUte. LIVER Men Think v 1 V A FOB THE BEDOUIN k Cr'rtii la proilgioas jjrfortuneoi. Ta aap:imtl7 Greatest Living Bare-bacOelllng-Walker- Bidors, s, s. Gymnasts, Acrobats, Athletes, Wrestlers, Tumblers, Ieapers aad Grotesque Clr-cut Celebrities, KUi'-$katerBicyclists and Wk f?rrAftr Tight- THE MEXICAN EXHIBITION I! Biillitlo SeiaH of W24 tilt, ito. mi 4?. the LARGEST ELEPHANT ALIVE, letaal Ixjiati, 13,600 FXS DAT, tila or islai. tobacco. Uelow we give quotations for new IiaRI.KYt-3'OHACCOj' , ., 1 ., men of unusual musical talent and X cheerfully commend these to tho V Dark Concert Compa- Colo ry- Trash .. ny is composed of ladles and gentle- Common Lugs "Th$ Madame Fry Trashy. .". ,j. . . . . . public.?' v' Reserved seats at Barrett's, .(&. ' '- -. 75 '" cents. 4.00 to 4.50 to 6.00 to Hriglit Cdlory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to Mied.' to Good Leaf (not col'y). 7.56 to Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.00 to Fine Leaf 13.00 to .'$ 3.50 to S4,oo "6.00 5 50 they know 0,00 7.50 9 00 13.00 18.00 about Mustang Liniment.'' Few do!" Not't'6 know is .. : not to have. a.11 walks THE HORSE BLONDIIi: That 20 feet Inathe Air. rope TBS. LIVINflTTO HEADED C0W!:i MOUTHS. HORNS. HKADt. STUPENDOUS! ADMISSION, MAGNIFICENT!! CE N SUPERfe!!! SI TS. CHILDREN UNDER 9, HALF PRICE. r tV4"K irtwM iiit)fiiiiyiiijlBBMMiaiMiMHWB ,; , jiitftifiii'ntiiiiiV.kfii iXiiufa&fai.-.u,l- - ' i ifr BiMiisjiii T JW W , Fiyf'1fT''fT',r r r tttvt' rir JWT f- ' W,J "!!' w '" - n jw" tt - tipcat d M Ftyi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. No. Will they do it? excellent physicians, who are greatly to announoe HIRAM We. are devoted to the code, would prefer that SMOOT ns aauthorised for Jailer of Franklin oandidato Is the Old Hero Dying Because of their patients should die rather than county, subjoot to the action of the Demooratio Medical Intolerance. that they should recover health by the party. The American Ttomoeopathlst has nn usoofany remedy not recognized unWo are authorized to announce MOSES article on the treatment of General der their code? HAYDON no a candidate for Jailor nf Franklin Gtnnt by the Allopaths, in which it oounty, subject to the action of tho Democratic Hays: GENERAL GRANT. Why? Is it not too often the case that many We are authorised to nnnounoe AUS. RODIN-SO- N as a oandidato for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion of ihe Democratic party. JOHN T. BUCKLEY DEALER, lN- - - "General Washington avus murdered by hla medical uttendantB; but at least they were heroically too heroically endeavoring to extinguish the disease Their imitallty was of the active sort and in purpose commendable, though disastrous in result. Gen. Garfield was maltreated for months under an error of diagnosis, and at last escaped beyond the reach of his eminent torturers. Here also, there Was much medical heroism and activity displayed, albeit misdirected. Other illustrious patients have suffered from eminence in the profession; but Gen Grant seems reserved as a shinexpectaning example of cy. To him the Httle group of eminence have nothing to offer but a diagnosis For him they propose, no relief but in the grave. Ignoring the only source of therapeutic salvation, they gather round his bedside to observe his unaided struggle. The flat has gone forth that nothing can be done; and nothing will be permitted to be done. Those who question such decisions are quacks and crank; but who ought not to be proud of such a from such a source? designation Scholarly, refined, cultured, earnest gentlemen as they are, of what avail are all these good qualities in the presence of such therapeutic bankpupt-cy- ? On the contrary, while scientific medicine is to the fore, well may the daily papers announce in startling headlines, A bad day for GeneralGrant Seven doctors in consultation." Yes, the hero of Appomattox is dycold-bloode- Delicate Women. party. been using for a month or We nre authorized to announce JOHN T. two in my household Swift's Specific, WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer ot Frankthe greater portion of It havinjr been lin county, subjeot to tho aotion of the Demo consumed by the female portion of cm tic party. I have STOV E S Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. d my family, and with the happiest results. It act-e- d like a charm, on my wife, who had been in bad health for a long time, and for whom I had paid hundreds of dollars for doctors and medicines. It began to build her up from the first dose. Another female member of my family took it with equally satisfactory results. It is certainly the best tonic for delicate ladies I have ever used, and I have tried them all. I have no doubt that want of exercise, close confinement in poorly ventilated houses, sewer gas poison and malarial poison often produce sickness among our wives, daughters and sisters, and I believe Swift's Specific is the remedy for all this sort of blood poisoning. I know many of the best families of this county are using it for this purpose, and I have never known or licard of any failure to give entire satisfaction. I have known the remedy a long time. I know it to be entirely vegeatable, and the best tonic and alterative, especially for females. I oreby nnnounoe myself a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the aotion of tho Demooratio DAN SHEEHAN. party. We nre authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin oounty, subject to tho aotion of the Democratic party. We are authorised to nnnouncn RORT. STONE as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of tbo Demooratio Party. Tin, Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware, Special fl Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Give me acall. We are authorized to announoo NOAH OOINS as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the notion of the Demooratio party FOROOUNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to nnnounoe LAZARUS P. HUfjECTE as a candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. TOHIT T. BTaTOSZIL.B'Sr, Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY F. L Jones, J. P., Quitman, Ga. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. FERGUSON PUMPS, GAS PIPE Guarantee & MEEK FIXTURES so-call- General Debility. CHOGKE..' t GUIAE WILL REPAIR YOUR ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND He who knew no fear in war, knows fortino fear in suffering. His quiet tude wins universal admiration. You President Lincoln, in visiting a hospital during the late war, noticed a mortally Confederate boy, poor For cash. Having the best and wounded With his native tenderness he put his arms around his neck in sympathy. The sight melted the : : : : TOOLS I hospital to tears. 1S85 The Swift Specific Co., The heart of American people in In the city enables then to offer this inducement. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. like manner bleeds for Grant, the ! silent sufferer. It would have him get store well, by any effective means. ANNOUNCEMENT. NEW PLAKING MILL. Chesapeake &nd Ohio Railway, His phvsicians say he cannot recover. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of flil him. with anodynes but Thev . FOR STATE SENATOR. despite their favorable bulletins he is DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST We are authorized to announce A. G. BRAWNER daily growing worse Having reoently added to his Establishment Fur A specialist who has won reputation a candidate for State Senator, in this, the 20th Paints, Oils and Artist Material, in the treatment of cancer visits his District, subject to the action of the Democratic First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, MIIIGTOI PHIUDELPHK. & 1EW YORK. bedside. The opposition he encounters party, at the primary election to be held Saturday And is headquarters for tools and impression now prepared to furnish all kinds uf of the county committee. Is paper for THE from the attending physicians brings May 2d, 1885, under the call painfully to mind the story of the dog We are authorized to announce SCOf'l ONLY LI 4 RUNNING PULLMAN S&sh, Doors, Blinds, Frmes, Molding BROWN as a candidate for Senator from thu in the manger. NE SLEEPING CARS And General Grant, perhaps, must counties of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. ALSO die because of this intolerance! Is it subjeet to the action of the Democratic? party. FOR possible that there is no hope of cure TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin A SOLID TRAIN FOR ASSESSOR. outside of medical profession? J Gotten out in the Best Style. Preposterous FROM JOS. LeCOMPTE. We are authorized to nnnounee ROBERT Mayl5-tf- . For years medical men insisted that as n candidate for to the offlot P. C. HUGHES. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, CHAS. F. BXl'M, fevers were incurable, but Chincona of Assessor, subjeot to the action of the DemAttotntyal-Laiproved the contrary. For centuries ocratic party. Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. WM. CROMWELL they have protested that certain renaj We are authorized to announce JAMES K. HUGHES & EXUM TO disorders were incurable and yet a O'HARA as a con d Mate for Assessor of Attorney-at-Lawspecial preparation has cured and Franklin onnty, eubject to the action of the General Insurance Agents, WASHINGTON CITY, permanently cured the very worst Democratic party. AND ing! For several years past my wife's t cordially invite you to call an. Hmlneinv health has been exceedingly feeble New and Fresh Stock of Goods. a general break down of the nervous system. She was greatly reduced in VRANKKORT,K"V flesh. No remedy seemed to do her MAIN STREET, any good. In the spring of 1883 I in- Set3.tf. duced her to try Swift's Specific The first bottle gave her hope and twenty COLLINS, bottles produced wonderful results. She DR. gained thirty pounds in flesh and it renovated her whole system. It is certainly the greatest tonic in the world. Buy larrttt't J. T Higgins. Office Main Strut, over Kentucky. News Depot, Frankfort, Indian Springs, Ga., Nov. 8, 1884. Sept Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases ' mailed free. l8-- 5. DENTIST. 30-i- J. S. a Saving of Ten Per Cent SET OF y, 1 n si MOST COMPLETE dm J.M.WAKEFIELD REPOUSSE WORK SAN-FOR- D v , We are authorized to announce W. II. HAWK , FASr TBAINBF0B FIR.A.IfcTiriF'OSVr, TETST. Why may it not be possible in like INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin manner to cure a case of cancer? B. county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Office opposite Farmer's Bank. Franklin and the adjoining counties, and F. Larrabee, of Boston, was doomed to party. Representing 20 Lending American and will also give special Attention to the purchase THK DIRECT ROUTE TO death by many eminent Boston physiWe are authorized to announoo LEWIS Foreign Companies. and sale of real estate, culleetion of rents, cians. J. B. Henion, M. D., of JRoch-este- r, IIARROD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n claims, and the negotiation ot loans,. Office Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, N. Y., was given up by the best county, subjeot the action of the Democratic Over $100,000,000 Assets ! opposite Court House. doctors of all schools. Elder J. S. party. June AND ALL Prescott, of Cleveland, Ohio, was Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. gravely informed by them that he FOR COUNTY CLERK. VIH6I1IA & ROfiTH GAH0L1IA FOUTS could not live, and yet these men, and We are authorized to announce JOHN S. Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid jan.3-ithousand like them, have been cured HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, For tickets ann further information, applj to KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED your nenrert ticket office, or address, and cured permanently, of serious subject to the action nf the Democratic party. SAN FRANCISCO TEA & COFFEE COMPANY, ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full kidney disorders, by a remedy not We are authorized to annobnoe GEORGE S. W.E.ARNOLD, W.J.Bkio, .officially known to the code. Advertising Agt.. Weight, Bottom Prices. Ticket Agent. GREEN as a eadidate for Clerk of the Franklin Dealers in all kinds of 225 Fourth Arenur Louisville, Ky What has been done may be done County Court, subject to tho aotion of the DemTelephone connection No. 36. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, . ocratic party. Agairi. Coffee Tea, Cannes Fruits, Pure Sp.ces General Mannger, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Anson Stager died ofBright's We are authorized to announce LEE A. CEO. B. Richmond. Virginia. And everything in the grocery line at .disease in Chicago last week. "Joe" OWEN as a candidate for Clerk of the FrankFRANKFORT, KY. Goss, the Boston pugilist, died of it. lin County Coutt, subject to the aotion of the ROCK BOTTOM PRIQEg. Dec.8-- f Hundreds of thousands of people Democratic party. perish of it every year, while in their BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. 'doctor's .hands. The cause of death PETERSON, AGENT. Wt are authorised to announce J AS. A. blood poisoning, paralymay be called as a candidate for to the sis, heart disease, convulsions, apoplexy, pneumonia, or some other office of County Attorney, subjeot to the action T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK. We offer this Spring a larger stock than usual of 1 fort in a few days with a full line of samples. .'common ailment, but the real difficu- of the Democratic party. Please reserve your orders. We aro authorized to announce BEN. G. is in the kidneys Physicians know lty J. J. PETERSON. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, WTT.T.TAMH it but they conceal the fact from their subjeot to' the asaoandldatefor Conntv Allnrn.v 25 YEARS IN USE. action of the Democratic Party. realizing their inability to patients, GrRA.FE2 TINES, Tke (kstt Medial Triumph ef tto Age! I cure by any "authorized" means. The SYMPTOMS OP A FOR REPRESENTATIVE. ASPARAGUS ROOTS! remedy that cured Larrabee, Henion and Prescott (i e., Warner's safe cure) We are authorized to nnnounoe R. 0. T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY J. Surveying-a-t ih6rt notice. Address me at Jett P. establishment. Strawberry and general cataLeeeef appetite is a Bpecial, independent discovery. CHURCH as a candidate for Representative of O., Franklin county, Kjr. to the bM4i with a stall eeaaatlea 1st the ici in Its record entitles it to recognition, Franto in uouniy of tne next legislature, subTOM K. JEJTT. logues on application H. F. HILLENMEYER. aaek fart Palo aaeer the eaealaer-h!a- e Feb. snar.ftf. Lexington, Ky. and it gets It from intelligent people. ject the action the Democratic party. VallaeM after eatlag, with ele laciiaatieste exertieaes ae: rersauMf Its manufacturers have an unsullied We are authorized to announce S. I. M. Irrltablllt r ertesaaer, Jbow efrlte, wfclt reputation and are entitled to as great MAJOR ai a oandldate for Representative of geeliagef harlag aegleetee eease slaty consideration as any school ot physi- Franklin county in tho next Legislature, subwearlaeafli INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC ! Hearst PeteDlaataeea, Vlatterlag at the Defer the eree Heaeaehe ject to the aotion of the Democratic party. cians. are the light ere. eetieseaeei with DuftAviaA D A limn Kf T Tinan fttfal areata nighty celere Urtae, aa TS PREPARED TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE FOR JAILER. of the United States Medical College I piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either at CONSTIPATION. . rises above profesVTJTT'g ViXX art asoeeiallT adaatau the residence of the pupllor at Mi home, on Lewis of New York City, W9 are authorised to announce JAMES street, in the old Weltsel House building, to euoh cafee, on dose efleetg euaa m sional prejudice and on its personally GORDON as a oandldate for the office of Jailer is beautiful) all but her skin ; jan.ij-t- f. bang-- nf feeHngaetoastonkhMieswerer. gives it several of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of tat proved merits alone and nobody has ever told res or tne warmest commenuauon Desaooratic party. ana or tnotr xeaas FRANKLIN lis published works the only in her how easy it is to put We are authorised to announce THOS. 8. .stance on record of a high professional DAILEY as a candidate for jailer of Franklin beauty on the skin. Beauty endorsement of such a preparation. county, subject toUie aotion of the Democratic The unprejudiced people do not PI on the skin is Magnolia f FOTJTTTfY. .OsUT Haib or want General Grant to die. If there Wo aro aathorUsd .to aonoaaoe HENRY Balm. Giovr Black toy m ingle 1B Thtt Btrnt, Clneinnmti, OM: is in all nature or anywhere. in the MITCHELL ai ft oandldate for jailer of Frank., tali Dri. nlapattgaj sroi eer,a ALLISON iaataatejMoaalv Said SMITH. world a remedy or a man able to cure lis eoaatv. subiaot to the action of tfca Dim. eat by expreea on reeef ' nr,n,' from I 1 -- aove oeratio party. his cancer, give them a chance. foeaarr. Xenon Rouhdabout.' inlM,44 Murray 1 cases BoalEstatoAgont, 25-ly. CONNECTING IK 8AME DEPOT WITH NEW "STORK. Choice Coal Cheap. y. VIO-LET- T J. J. TUTTS PILLS MVi A , TORPID MY3R 9 1, ;-- f. Many a Lady TYPE etjs-SM- . .,,,. $tor"' ,T,y3s5jjBJiHffl!lraWw5wWTOW" Jwtw" ,7?'flMMHI