You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 fra1885041801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 MM! ,;.- .i. ;; .' ' v '. ' , 'h u.i'.; .. . vfVT- t 'tr r( V v TMR" ', jf" ' '- 'f; - I" v:jiir "V" HMILMiaiULHLmjJ 'I'i.'T jyw' - ? i?7' 'v,'f "TBWfWT'!! The Frankfort Roundabout. v GEORGE i, ITO, ftMtefor. DEVOTE6 TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS, TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. THE PRESIDENT'S SISTER. Miss Cleveland on the Rostrum-So- me Thoughts Suggested by Her Leoture. FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 18, 1885. Number 31 MA8TIN BROS. XDEXjES I3sT A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $15.00 AND OVER. ft ' IT. Elizabeth CleveWHY WE DO has season White-housland, present mistress of the A.3STX3cen late, prices in the delivered an address before the lust have been depressElinira. N. Y., Female College, which ed and we went into Jc3 J--J nA Jcttm jc3 I ES the Presbyterian Evangelist proAe market late with Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. nounced "great," a deserved comCASH IN HAND, pliment to an excellent woman. It and bought goods at was entitled "Altruistic Faith," and prices that were in the history for her illustration she took Chedidja, Old Hickory Wagon, jf the trade. We have first wife of Mohammed, who was rich McCormick's Machines, oought a mammoth and much older than he was when she South Bend Chilled Plow, tock of Boots, Shoes, married him. When asked in later Erlnley, Maltar, Meikle, Jlothing, Hats, fcc and years why he did not put her away and And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. we offer this Watch and take a younger wife, he replied that he Chain as a premium for loved her best because she believed in Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming cash trade. None btt him when all men despised him. Gear always on hand. THE Chedidja's faith made Mohummed.jyyi There ,is faith in God, faith in sell, niar.73m. CASH BUYERS and in humanity. The first produces will get the Watch. the others. Jmitn in numanity living Onr prices we guarantee believes that life is Worth You will and worth saving. are lower than the same have much hunger and thirst, will goods can be bought crave affection when the bloom of elsewhere. The most of youth is supplanted by the ashen hue MA-TTERIST, our goods were in the of age; will cry aloud for help in inhouse and marked in must needs come, because firmities, those on whom women rely, though No, 439 Main St,, Over Crutch cr & Starts' White Hall Clothing House plain figures before we themselves powerless to relieve them thought of the of their intolerable aches, pains, prosWATERBURY, trations, sleepless nights of agony, and and consequently we days of distress because of the narrowness of their code and the selfishness SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY can not charge you one of their purpose restrain them from of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of cent more for the goods.resorting to those agencies which Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at greater may lilt women to a plane of home. Oct. 25-- tf. usefulness, and to a nobler life. Many a woman lacks the faith of Chedikja. If they had faith in their Bridgreport. own reserve of physical power, confi- Records Live to Follow Their SupKy. Main Street, porters in After Life. dence in the personal experience of a race Editor Roundabout: others follow; and instead of Snow, ice and frost last Monday and of suffering mortals slaves to the Your paper contained a communica- Tuesday. only interest firejudicesof those whoseby Mr. B C. Church and Judge R. Brown has the boss piece bounded their pro tion, eulogizinghis standing as a Coun- of wheat. recommending fessional fees we should see nobilThe pike to connect this nlace with to the and a ity of station reinforced by nobility of cilman nf thin business mannnn hpst Benson seems to be a certainty. Two nniintv. nu nonnla mind,"and robustness of life. represent the people this routes were surveyed last Wednesday. N0TELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS. The power to rid themselves of the qualifiedinto nexi .uegisiaiure. of We are not informed, however, which county me aches pains and desperate despair Ah (Inunhilman. reoresentiner a wre- - Is the most practicable. which afflicted them, 'tis in women, nnn. n TiYnnkfnrt. hn voted for a lavvre-- Little Nellie Kirk has tfOVSXiTXES reand, ought to come out. You all have buiringthe people of this county, living covered from her recent about of attack a countless amount of testimony.' NOVELTIES IN UNDERWEAR. of Frankfort, to pay a tax suf- diphtheria. Some one will say to you "Go on, .and outsideto pay all the expenses of the ficient Miss Anna Belle Cockett, who has you will conquer.' ne county, ana NOVELTIES IN COLLARS. been very much indisposed for a week "How?" Do as your sisters have himself from by tnat vote this relieved or two, is about well. is what the tax. If JT- done! Have faith in their indisputable makes him a successful busines man experiences. We want more life and hn is n sih'ppss. Rut to vote for a law The announcement of the death of Mr., Curtis Magill, at his home in Clay-villafuller, and need all the help we can county, last Tuesday night, was quite get. Man would fail were It not for that required the people, of the, uiv minus the Chedidjas. There is much in good resiUllly tax sufficient to uj j.' runiyui, a shock to his friends and relatives in pay digestion to keep a woman sweet and. to pay a nil nuraotiH fnrrested the the this section. in nf in thorough lovable. There is more , Miss Jennie Cunningham,of Grrefens-burcity of Frankfort) confined in the jail, action of the great blood purifying me is In our town this week visiting' Ul uii wuiuy umueia, ouu- organs the liver and kidneys, for if portstuurien of the county, and the friends. the poor they are deranged women can not cost of constructing all turnpikes, as Corn planting and other farm work physical comfort so. craved well as bridges, would be virtually a in full blast. have the and prayed for. To secure this, the dissolution 01 tne town tromtnecounty, Veare reliably informed that the help they need the help that thous- and a complete law in hfcown interest. T !1J County Court, in its wisdom, passed an ands have already used and to which The county and city are interested order last Saturday, by a majority of they say they owe all they possess is in the success of the whole county. only two votes, for the erection of a Warner's sate cure. Mrs. Maria C. enriches TreadwelT, Stamford, Conn. (President What bepeflts, one,for would the other. new jail. Now the fact of the business, now be A.GE3VX of the State Woman's, Christian Tem- The law he voted Representative in is, the people in s, this section, and esoperation had your can't see the perance Union), a well known leader, the last Legislature been in favor of in pecially the economy says: "itisths only thing which seemed He refused to father it, and it died, it. erection Ih.aexpending .$20,000 for the as to reach my case." These unprejudiced it should have done. Now you who pended of new Jail when $5,000 ex- Silver's Glass Beater in improving the thousands have blessed the world would have been affected by its pas- would answer every purpose. old jail because they have become Chedidjas, sage power and it is your Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell, pastor of the who have felt it their duty to declare duty have the any candidate seeking to defeat their own .faith and to inspire, their your suffrages who would attempt by South Frankfort Presbyterian Church, It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs sisters with confidence in the extra- his. vote, to foist upon the people of the will preach at Franklin Church toenergy of this county such a law. The act is record- morrow nt 3 oclock P. M. ordinary to twice the bulk of any other beater. Miss Sue Jenkins has wonderful discovery. ed in the. City Books, and Mr. Church home from Shelby county, returned Miss Cleveland has evidently an where she voted original and fertile mind, and we are is by that record shown to have never has been teaching for several months, that indebted, to her interesting lecture, a for it, Butbeing was when hefor the having been compelled to close indefia candidate few thoughts from which we have thought of The writer of this will nitely on account of sickness in her put of which the Tfflsliitiire.acts copied for a. text as a Councilman, so far vicinity. discuss his above suggestions, have grown. Miss Kate Jenkins has been quite as the ciiy, is concerned, in your next issue. Your correspondent evidently sick for.8eY.Qral days, this week. The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. Frankfort, Ky;, April 15, 1885. knew little of Mr. Church's record. Mr. Thos. Freeman has returned Editor Roundabout ; Here Is the law, and It speaks for home from an extended visit to Mends in Louisville. If Dr. S. ,F. Smith will consent to itself: become a candidate, for Representative Mr. James Hurrod attended ,the of.Franklin county in the next Legis- April 2, 1884 Present Councilman R. funeral of his grandfather. Mr. Samuel lature he will receive the support of C Church and others. Miles, at Jacksonville, last Tuesday the Temperance voters of both partiea AN ACT Now that the footpad business is in OF THE CITY OF FOR THE, BENEFIT, Many Voters. It shows you when eggs are cooked just the. way you want them. full blast again, the good housewife FRANKFORT. m begin to prepare extra lunch for may Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. Be( H enacted by the General Assembly their accommodation. Like an old Creaky Window of 'Hie Commonwealth of Kentucky: This being the regular, day for the Shutter. meeting of the Franklin County That is the way a mante rheumatic Section 1. That all property, real, Teachers Association, it is earnestly a? joints sometimes are. Hinges old, personal, and mixed, in the, corporate desired thut.a full attendance be presrusty, and worn, and badly need oil? limits of the City of Frankfort, shall ent, as, business of importance will be ing. ;Thetrpuble;is in the blood. 4A be exempt from all taxation for county transacted. Approved and used by the U. Sppvernment. man who Is of any account is worth purposes, except to the ..'extent, of ten The Legislative race waxeth '.hot in cents on the hundred dollars valuation, repairing. The repairing cn be done by means of Brown's iron Bitters. until the Joint bonded, Indebtedness of this section. The candidates.iMessrs. out. That enriches, and purifies the s blood, said city and county of Franklin shall Major and Church, have beenclaiming Plain and Fanoy Watet Opojtew, Toilet Set, Bath Tuty, Berlin Agate md.Fnamelei ' the boys,, each '" drives oirt the pains, arid works com- be paid off, and the same shall be apWare, wdtVtf,tindi of.Ti this precinct, We are confident how-plete restoration. Thousands testify plied to said indebtedness. Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves Oaaoline Stoves; iU,kindi of 0ol, liul Sec. 2. AH acts ami parts of, acts In everv8bmeJjody will be( left. to it from happy! experience. Mr. 0. Woyd siting J9toyM, rftom the smallest to.te larfiit A Suftday:Pchopl was organized at orth Oftfe&th, conflict with this act are hereby reH. Huntleyf'Sfe Pea Ridire ,J&USunday, with Mr. Plain wd street; St. Louis, says; "I usetf Brawn's pealed' . rDrain,Pipe ndjflu ,P$e,Tijar . Iroi ,. i. Iron Bitters fur rheumatism; general eec .3. xnjs act, snail taKeeiretiiroiu j Charlie ,PJterce superintendent. We Boating a ipeoialty, and for wiioh he is oelebrattdall oyn ike JtaW. , ud embrace tneyeariBtn, are not informed as. to who the other debility and prostration, with the best officers are. .."XVVJSU.- results." tn June, 1883, Miss Farming Implements, Field Seeds, -- e, jL 33 fob an-mo- CAPITAL EL Q. ART GALLERY! Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Vine Waterburygf - CRUTCHER & ST ARKS, Frankfort, UJ SATS. ge UUl-aiu- HUDS0N& MEAGHERS. ex-nona- pa g, . -- OT FOR tax-payer- Patent 5gg Measuring Jar, up-buildi- ng , SILVER'S PATENT EGG POACHER SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER, tf m -- s jk. a as T oil-- , oasnlsi jjMd 18 '- - ;jsw$$'wufa Vl j r ''MMMMpBwyro lP'WWWfffjWS TWPyPf!ffiMJ WW TTrV1 .f" rr pw&r: 'TTTw&rfl ' ' oi k. j !gMgffgggBg!!gi,iLijjwjLw vf iiiii ii 'p ii'hiiii laiflMBMsaa iiiiiii TTHrrTr""1 7THTWttifym T,H'!FHV'r",r "l1 nji''itXrft;liyi""ffty in ' 'i,i O xji -- ?'"lf-'- , r t CJ"D FRANKFORT Entered at the post-office O O w Eh Eh o O Eh O o o 13 PP WWW wwwo o o WWW Q O xn 3 GO xn tj C3 o CO H ctj H- -3 pq e 5 o ee-- 8 P g Ho p m T W O l- -H 0 9? U 2 O p VJ g p 1 o H3 --"4 O w 0 a 3 o 5q Eh jZi R3 w M mm bd mm o ? O 9 O 6Q- 3 o cq Eh 9 o 5q Eh Pfl 5 to tS S CO CO o- co M -- iJ 2 q GO j o K CtJ cs o ROUNDABOUT, at Erankfort, Kentucky as second (.lass mailable matter. o o o cd rrs, cb o o cnj r HOltJS. d? csJ jqq. o o K 0)' 'P ft qj 85 5 1 0 g PQ GEORGE A. LEWIS, The attention of all those indebted to the firm of N F. & O. T. Richardson i3 called to the card of Mr. N. F. Richardson in another column. On the tith inst., to the wire of James H. Hawkins a daughter Lucille Tati:. Sd.lt or and. E'la.Tolisli.er. FRANKFORT, APRIL 18, 1885. Unole Jack Quin has returned to his Station. ' old business and opened a carriage Mr. Darsie begins a protracted meeton shop in the Dudley ware-rooing night that will continue Lewis street. o weeks. His subject for toseveral Mr. Clay Hatchitt has resigned his morrow night will be "Sowing and position as U. S. Gauger and will leave Reaping." in a few days for his new home at A protracted meeting was begun at Aleman, New Mexico. the Methodist Church on Sunday. Esoteric Lodge, No. 532, A. Y. M., Rev. G. C. Kelly, the pastor, is being holds its regular meeting at 7V o'clock, assisted by Rev. Mr. Hughes, an earnon Wednesday evening. There will est, eloquent gentleman from Nelson be work in the M. M. degree. County. There have been several additions to the Church. Persons holding claims against the county should not fail to read the adThe contract of the Water Company vertisement of Judge Thomson in re- with tho city calls for completion of gard fo the same in another column. the works by the first of July, 1885. The convict labor in the penitentiary At tho present rate of progress the has been leased for four years to a works will hardly be completed by the company of which Mr. Chas. E. Hogue first day of January, 1880. The Comis the general manager, at $8,333 per pany should try and inject a little m, Messrs. Wayts & Kirk, of this city, have been awarded the contract for I hereby announce to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that Mrs. Franklin County Couht, Saturday, April nth, 1885. j erecting a large residence often rooms Sol. Harris has been in New York for the past TN.ORDERTO ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING for Rev. J. K. P. South, near Jett's 1 indebtedness of the county, the county judge git es three weeks purchasing the II notice by advertisement to those hnldi g claims agai 1st the county to picscnt the same to the county clerk within the next sixty davs, to be credited with a view to payment, and the clerk shall record each claim, the amount and date ofissual, and the holder of the same. All persons holding such claims and failing to present the same at. so prescribed, within the next sixty days, interest upon the same shall cease at the expiration of said sixty day 011 claims not presented. R. A. THOMSON, County Judge. April 18 60 days. -- NOTICE. ATIBITTIOIT ! M Hies is h ht Goods, and Wig! ' to Match ! Also an assortment suitable for a ' JFOR T SALE. Tim. OFFER FOR SALETHEPtACE ON WHICH 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, South Frankfort. I will sell as n whole or in lots. Tor part culars, apply on the premises. Or to D. House and Lot. J. GRAND OPENING! In the McCarty at the Yeoman Office. Mccarty, MILLIFNRY DEPARTMENT Which will be announced in due time. ! To Builders Contractors. tion of a new jail for Franklin county, according to the plans of McDonald Hros., now filed .11 the county court clerk's office, the court reserving to itself the right to rtjectnny or all bids which may be presented. apr.:8-- t I R A. THOMSON, Count) Judge. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED SEALED until the 3d Mondty in May, for the erec- NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY FTR EAST. year. Mr. W. H. Polk, Chief ington Fire Department, city Monday talking fire graph to the members energy into the work. Mr. Monte of the Lexwas in the Personal. T 3STOTIOE. HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., 1 third door from Rodman & Bro.'s dry goods store, for the sale of I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Clot lis and Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such low prices that must astonish everybody. Give me a Call. P. S. dress-maker, ft . Ftt I alarm tele- for several days. of our City Mrs. W. T. Reading has been quite ill for several days but is now imCouncil. proving. Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, R. A. M., Mrs. I. T. West and children returnAND meets in regular monthly communica- ed Monday from a visit to friends in tion on Tuesday evening next, at 7J Carrollton. Mrs. Pat. Newman has been lying All carriage work sold by me warranted. o'clock. A full attendance of the at the point of death for the last two apr.i3-tf- . 3". 3". QTOJ. Companions is desired. days, with peritonitis. Mrs. W. T. Moore, daughter and son, &STRAT Col. S. I. M. Major, candidate for of London, England, are visiting the the Legislature, will address the De- lamiiy of Mr. Li. A. Tnomus. Franklin County, Set. mocracy of the Forks of Elkhorn this AS Dr. B. F. Duvall and Mr. Jonn E. "PAKF.N UPlivingESTRAY1JY JOHN WALLACE, 1 a farmer on the Frankfort & Owcnton afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. R. C. Miles left Thursday afternoon for a Turnpike, about eight milts from Frankfort, in Frank Church is invited to participate. liu county, one bay horse, about ten years old, marked visit to not springs, Arkansas. of the nose and with sore back and white spot on the undersigned, justice of the peace ol Mr. Preston Loughridge, of Louis- valued bycounty, at liny uoiiars. Rt. Rev. Bishop T. U. Dudley will ville, spent Sunday in this city with rniiKim mv hand this April n. 1885. Witness preach at Ascension Church JOHN V. liUHANNAN,. P. F.C. the family of Rev. G. F. Bagby. Apr. morning at 11 o'clock, and administer Mrs. James Thompson, daughter of the rite of confirmation in the evening Mr Henry Jirown, oi tins city, is lying Articles of Incorporation at 7 o'clock. All are invited to at- very ill at her home in Lexington. OP TJIH tend. Mr. Geo. Riley, of Shelbyville, Bridgeport and Benson Depot Turnspent last Sunday in this city the guest pike Road Company Mr. Sidney French, who left this of his niece, Mrs Albert 11. McClurc. 1. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE city several weeks ago to look out a Mrs. Richard Starks and Mrs 0. B. ART. that the undersigned R. D. Armstrong, L. P. Hamilton, Hulelte, John home in New Mexico, has located at Wright, of Midway, viited Mrs. Let-ti- e Taylor, W. G. Armstroig. andWilder Dupuy, C. W. wl.omthcy any Jett at St. Elmo Saturday and Sun- may nssoci ite with them, have this otheis day formed them Raton, a new and thriving town in Helves ii to a bodv corporate under the name and style (if the liridgeport and Uenson Depot Turnpike Road that Territory, where he will practice day. tor Elder John Sidener returned Wed- Company, from the purpoe of constructing a turnprofession. We are glad to learn his to Ilensin Depot (said pike road nesday from his visit to Tennessee. road to be 30 feetBridgeport 12 feet mettle), and from wide, with that his prospects for success are very He left his daughter much improved thereto intersect the Devil's Hollow Turnpike Road flattering. He is tho only lawyer in in lie 1th. at or near the residence of John Polgrove, in Franklin cr unty.nearest one to him is tho place and the The Mrs. N. W. Casey and daughters AltT, 3.be at principal places of transacting in over a hundred miles away. His will leavo in a few days for Kansas Franklin county. Bridgeport and lien.O'i Depot, said Art, 3 family will join him in the fall. City, Mo., where they will reside in not exceed 'Ihe capital stockinofshares company shall Sio.ooo, divided of twcuty-fiv- t future. tho dollars, ta be paid at such times and in such sums as Directors may require the ame. The the Board of Tho following officers were elected Mr. Thomas Ashby, who has been corporation shall commence on this day and continue thirty vests from visiting his, uncle, Mr. Josh. Warren, forAltT. The officers this date. of a board of five Thursday evening by Frankfort in Belle Point, left Wednesday for his directors,4. from whom shall consistshall annually sea majority No. 4, K. T., for the ensuing lect a President; and said Board shall annually select home in Nebraska. year: a Secretary and Treasurer. Said Uoad shall be stockholders, Thursday elected nnnu dly by the of said Company shall have F. C. Hughes, Eminent Commander. forMrs J. N. CVutcher leftcalled The officers AltT. Louisville, having been there powr to5.contract and be contracted with; to sue and Jas. A. Murray, Generalissimo. by tho continued .illness of her mother, he sued; to acquire lands or other things by purchase, donation, or otherwise, as is now required Ly law. V. A. Kaltenbrun, Capt. General. Mrs E. S Hodges. AltT. 6. The highest amount of indebtedness or D. Allen, Prelate. liability to which the company shall subject itself R. Mrs. Dr. James Rodman, of shall be the actual cost of constru tion said road. Henry Wilson, Senior Warden. who has been visiting relaAltT. 7. The,pivatc property of members shall not subject to the debts tives hero for tho past week, left yes- beArt. 8. The holders olofthe company. road may D. M. Woodson, Junior Warden. shares in said, terday for home. transfer the same by assignment as other personal E. Whites ides, Treasurer. property U assigned. Mr. Ed. O'Hara, ofKansasCity.Mo., R. I) ARMSTRONG, W. S. Dehoney, Recorder. L. P. HULETTE. and Mrs. W. T Samuels, of Elizabeth-towGeo. A. Lewis, Standard Rearer. I.U.HAMILTON, are visiting relatives in this WILDER DUPUY, A. G. Alstrom, Sword Bearer. county, having been called hero by C. W. TAYLOR, W. U. ARMSTRONG. Peter Light, Wurder. the dangerous illness of their father, ArniL 3d, 18:5. Mr. Chas. O'Hura. ' HGus. Shaefer, Captain of Guard. April Pickett has been quite ill attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to call early. Remember 3SC1vjE3- - DTO-WJL'OIkthe celebrated who has already ready received a number of orders, asks the T, SPRING WAGONS BUGGIES, SOL. HARRIS. two white hind feet, star in forehead, heavy mane and tail; will fo.il about first day of inly. This mare has been missing since April 4, The above reward will be cheerfully ptidtoany one returning the marc to JOHN T. MURPHY, Frankfort, Ky. HA.R2STE18S. HOIOE, NEVR THE FORKS OF FROM LIGHT BAY MARE, about 15 ELKHORN, hands high, STRAYED OR STOIjTCN $25 ESffiEB! MlllfiKll OT H Tl 'yes w i 1 !& HOPE MILLS FOR SALE. TO THE ILL HEALTH OF MR. R Y. we want to curti il our business, and offer for sale the above name'd Mill. It is a complete Roller Mill in every respect and situated tu the heart of a wheat growing country. The flour made by us grades with the very bct midc. We have a fine local trade, and an abundant supply of water. HOPE MILLS CO., Address cither .T BERRY. Y. BERRY, Vbhsaiu.es, Kv. 1 OWING 16-i- JsdJ 5M TtAHrfli tIM J. . T 11 HAVE THREE OR FOUR BUILDING. LOTS 1 for sale, which would make very good sites for dwellings, itar where 1 now rcsidv, about ten minutes walk from the State House. mar.s8-4t- FOB SALE, . MHaiBBroWiWMIMMlMgMft MICHAEL BUTTIMER. - ll T WOULD RESPECTFULLY 'INFORM THE J. citicus of Frankfort that my wagon is now running regularly every morning, and 1 am delivering to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. mar R. H. NICOL. ZOBI 3SOE1I ICE NOT AT COST! FHZXJP SELBEH.TI The Popular Jeweler, is offering his is' fir. 1 PUK KS2JNSON Com-mander- y, ITOTICE. T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon HAVING 1 IBHSTTIIRIEJ -- or- STOCK Hop-kinsvill- c, PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C.CIiurch'n Livery Stable, Fraukfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80. All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly . inar-iyattended to Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, &(J., ItC, at prices lower than the lowest, n, Give me a call and convince yourselves, Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin, ALL PERSONS INDFRTED TO THE FIRM NoTici!, Parties leaving their watches or jewelry of N F.&O. T. RICHARDSON are hereby notified to come forward and settle by the first of with me for repair, may rest easy that they will get May. 1885, or their accounts will be placed in the them again. hands of an officer for collection NOTICE. at. FOR CASH OiNJLiYI A xS.-4- April N.F.RICHARDSON. 11 mar.a8-3in- , PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, 33 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. ss .' & ,. maiK ... 7.Tm:,,..jrrfr Kit -.. 1 . j ur-.- ,fe$H ;il )SSSaSmSmMamSmmmmi2mX2mmmSSSmm 'mjkjj x'"wkfk ; SKVPHRXMemIw Q0BKHB?BlHnElBQ9B9SiPiiSSHBSBflHS ai-jwi HmMHHW!a,Kl ; ' , ' - 0 8 v l CD (i) W go e CO W K H t1' g. erf 70 m CJTD 0 CD Eh bJaJ !5 S 9 4 H Q O O CO t o O i ff ft ? pp. i p H " s. 3D OB H 0 CD lJ3 I 'I H K H-- 8 cr- - E 5 L-td (TD 0' cr5 ROUNDABOUT, 18, 1885. O Fresh htoek of spring Hats at John Spring ginghams and prints of best styles at John AV. Payne's, South W. Payne's, South Frankfort. 8t. to O FKANKFORT FRANKPQRT, APRIL "See Naples and Die." Was the language of an enthusiast Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell will preach Sunday after- in describing tho beautiful city that at the Franklin Church crowns the bay bearing that name. noon, April 10th, at 5J ocloclt. , The modern exclamation would naturally W. W. As we are needing money badly just showsbe, "see convincedCole's colossal and be that there is at the present, time every subscriber none greater no, not one." to the Roundabout as much as three months in arrears can expect to be To Our Cu tomers and Friends in the Vicinity of Lexington. given a chance to settle up in the next We have taken advantage of some few days. of the many failures in our Jine of Mr. Joseph Dryden, brother of Mrs. business and will be for a short time Matilda Reading and an uncle of Mr. prepared to offer bargains in all deJohn B. Dryden, of this city, died at partments. from the large solitaire to Diamonds, his home in Alexandorsville, Ohio, on the small, cluster at about the price Thursday, April 9th, aged 78 years. of fine imitations: Watches, in ooth His death leaves Mrs. Reading as the gold and silver, all American makes; Silverware of the latest styles; Solid last of seventeen children. Silver spoons at a trifle above tho value A difficulty occurred on the corner of the silver: Plated spoons and forks It of Main and Ann streets, Thursday at less than half the regular price. and will pay you to visit Lexington night between a white man by the inspect our stock. If you can't come name of Sam Goro a"d a negro by the in person write for prices on anything name of Henry Letcher, in which the you desire. Otih W. Snyder. negro stabbed the white man in the 2t . Lexington, Ky. side, inflicting a slight wound. Letcher is in jail. A Note of Waruinjr to Suffering Humanity. The Carleton Opera Company renWe feel that we would be wanting dered Fra Diavolo in a very satisfac- in the duty we owe to suffering hutory manner before a largo audience at manity if we did not sound a note of the Opera House last night, and every warning in regard to the use ofMercury ono present was highly pleased, ns the and other poisonous minerals in the and Skin Diseases. company is a first class one. They treatment of Blood see the horrible sufIf the reader could for fering, the awful wrecks of human will present the Mascotte which nearly all the seats have been health and happiness, shown by our sold. If you have not already secured correspondence with those who have been dosed with these mineral poisons, your seat go at once and do so he would shudder with horror. Arsenic, Antim'ony, and Iodide of PoA person under the impression that Mercury,are some tassium of tho remedies most this is a healthy community will ordinarily used for these diseases, and change his mind if ho goes and looks they are all POISON. Do not take upon the constant stream of sick and ihene poisons. They might dry up aflllcted which flows up one side of tho your disease for a lew days, and with you will have Mercurial Rheuma Indian Doctor's Wagon and down the it tism, which may bring you years of other, every time ho takes his stand on torture Tne Mercury seems to sink into the bones, and tho Potash drives the street. tho Poison into tho .system, oidy to Dr. J. I. Lighthall, tho Indian lurk thero and attack the tender orDoctor, arrived in this city Tuesday gans of the body, as the lungs, tho with his party, some thirty or forty throat, the nasal organs, and stomach. mado ntrong, and went into camp on Mr. V. Hundreds aof people have been by tho deaf, and great many blind, C. Herndon's lot at the foot of Steele use of Mercury and Potash Bewaro street. Ho has been doing a lively of Mercury and Potash Mixtures gotten business ever since, pulling teeth and up in imitation of our Specific. A few a curing aches and pains, while his camp, grains of sugar of lead dropped intothe glass of these imitations will cause with its occupants and hangers on, poisonous drug's to full to the bottom, reminds orio very forciblo of old war and show tho danger of using them Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, times. and is tho best tonic for delicate ladies Mr. Sam Freidlander, of Masonic and. children and old people in tho Temple Theatre, and Mr. John T. world. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Macauleyt of Macaulay's Theatre, mailed free. Lqulsville, have both madoappllcation Tiik Swift Si'Eciric Co., to tho City Council to. bo allowed to Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. bid for tho lease of tho Opera House for Go and see It. Rogers' now lot of tho next year. Tho former was in city Thursday looking after tho na by uuggics. the matter. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Messrs. J. A. Holton and J. II. storo, No. 223 Main streot, oppot'I4-tfBowen, of this county, sold on Wednes site Dr. Duvall's resilience. day their fine young trotter, Carlisle, Examine cash mites ut L. 1i. to Mr. George Whiting, of Seaforth, Marsha H's Canada, for $2,000. Ho is threa years a. old, by King Rene; 1st dam Sally Pure Burbank potatoes at Mastin Johnson by Bell Morgan; 2d dam by Bros' for On cts. per bushel Alexander's Bay Chief. A bargain in fine gold watches and A largo stable, well French marble clocks at Philip Fou the Jeweler. located far a livery, training or Apply to John T. sale stable Farmers having real good butcher Waters. . stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Boots and shoes mado to order and will receivo the highest markot prices repairing promptly done at L B. Mar-all'- by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fU-tstreet. -to-nig- Frankfort. Berberich keeps none but the best goods and makes them up in the best style. Call and see him. Stop at Howard Bro's for a loaf of iresh cream oread or a dozen oi tnose delicious hot rolls. A nice line of spring straw and fur hats at John W. Payne's, South Frankfort. Howard Bro's cream bread and rolls yet offered. Fresh every evening. beat everything BBVJhJh1!SBBjPSJ9Bjb 0WSMHSBSnBnBBSSSBsflpSSBMisfl A fine line of baby buggies at R. Rogers', Main street. Cheap John is selling goods at bank rupt prices, in uau enows Dunuing. PIANOS AND ORGANS ! In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who cah easily spare from five tf to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do Brinly's Champion Hillside Plow, not wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but sold by Mastin Bros. see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are . Paper bags at reduced prices for giving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. cash at L. B. Marshall's. U. H. BALDWIN & DEALERS, AND RETAIL A nice line of baby buggies at R. Efourli Avpnim, iilii LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. J, H CULTBB. Salesman, Rogers' furniture store, Main street. May i7iy FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. CO-WHOLES- - EASY TERMS ! Call and select the goods for your new spring suit at V. Berberich's. Buy you a spring hat from L. B. Marshall. New spring goods in all tho latest styles at Berberich's. THE MODERN MEGOA OF RECREATION To which Millions make ! a Yearly Pilgrimage. WILL EXHIBIT AT fRjITll pi p THE CROWNED KING OP WONDERLAND i i rx lUESDAY.MAYOta FRANKFORT, Aftebnoos axd Lvemso 1 1 and 7 P. M W W. COLE'S Pvi BEST TONIC. 0 -- GLOSSAL CIRCUS CONSOLIDATION. -- THE g -- ANI This medicine, comblnlnff Iron with puro tosctablo tonics, quickly and completely rnkueiis, Cures Dyspepsia, InilixcBtioii. Iuiiir.ro IMooil,iInlurlu,CUtllnndI'cverM, uimI Ncuralain. . It Is nn unmlHnpr remedy for Diseases of the KMiicyn nml l.lvcr. It Is lnralunblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lend Eedeutary Ihcs. It does not injure tho teeth, cause liemlnche.or produco constipation oZit Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates tho npnetlto, aids the n limitation of food, relieves Heartburn nnd Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and ncres. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., It has no eoual. 4- - Tho penulne has above trade mnrk and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. CONGRESS OF WONDERS, lis Ui:iE us! ns ui oa as esoraoui XiSVATU 6TA9X, b7 COMPRISING in m world! Greater, Grander and Richer than any other Exhibition on Earth. 45 STEELING AND NOVEL ACTS In tea Circus Slags atJuir7 drown ciaiuui. ro., iiltimork,mb. FOHTHE Wrights Indian Vecetable Pills Tie CMef Champion of every Nation BEDOUIN ARABS--1- 2 Sal-yer- Satoto take, being purely vegetable: no grip- log. rrieeaoeU. jffi DrugKlsts. And all Bilious Complaints LIVER Men Think 9 la srollgiois joifornitwi. Tat sap:eael7 Greatest Living Sareback Riders, Gymnast, Acrobats, Athletes, Wrestlers, Tumblers, Leapers and Grotesque Cir cus veieoruies, KiitxKaiers, Bicyclists and CeilluK-Walker- s. .( THE MEXICAN EXHIBITION I! BtalUtio Seuu cf Will Lilt, ite. SAM, tks t LARGEST BflUITillA IfMil That walks a Tightrope 20 feet in the Air. 2 HEADS. EYM. MOUTHS. HORNS. i Aetail Xxjtait, 13,600 P8B ViX, rtla cr iblai. . THE HORSE 6L0NDIH! LIVING , Sel-bert'- s, they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. TO SO HEADED COW l MAGNIFICENT!! CENTS. CHILDREN UNDER s. STUPENDOUS! ADMISSION, SUPERB!!! f. 9, HALF PRICE. ii JlliMftF::HrrrVnfc(Mll"?"FH-T . n 'i r f tBiiih iiiiiiilitfSlTir ihii-ii ii i n1 ivfn nn i' raueMErsiettr il ' iiTiwBiWIIilipT f ir- -f lmtoniSiS.Miw 7i i n.n .. u'AkjtiiUwJ yirvr wm"V''y? ; ,.-. ""vm,H; jTrJt?-)- ' f"-- i " v ,,'S ".'ffHBB'' I'M- 7fr,asTryT7' ." x- i . :. - v. i, a jifvJfti; ,it la- ' ftt'ftftifN.' . t f i fin- - h ' :!.' ;J . ' :" Hf 'jf v- - r -- ' ir f'ltJlfc WaHi FRANKFORT ,' home even in the .daytime, since she party. let her sister's child freeze to death. Wo are authorised to .announce HIRAM So Mr. North rented a farm in Shelby S MOOT as a oandidato for Jailor, of Frnnklln -DEALER- IN- county, and he and his wife and her county, subject to the notion of the Democratic youngest child, a little boy, have mov- party. ed there, leaving her son, who is about We are authorised to announce MOSES 10 or 17 years old, and her girl, who is IIAYD0N as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin Bald Knob. still younger, at Jior homo to make the county, subject to the action of tho Democratic best of life they can. party. Thos. Gordon Is on tho sick list this We are authorised to .Announoe JOHN T. week. !Antioch. WATERS as a. candidate for Jailer of (Franka cow Inst week t (Geo. Hnrrod sold Mrs. Teny Tracy visited relatives in lin county, subjeot to the aotlon of the Demo for $50. Tiger last Saturday. oratlo party. Ware, Tin, a oandldate for Mr. Henry Rockers made a business Little Dave was out on the pike this I ereby announce myself Jailer of Franklin to the office of trip to Louisville last week. week hunting calves, &c. oounty, subjeot to the action of the Democratic Mr. Dennis Bailey, of Flag Fork, is DAN SHEEHAN. March has borrowed too many days party. busy sawing lumber at tliat place. Special from April to kill that old cow We are authorized to announce JAMES D. Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. with. paid to MOORE as aoandldnto for Jailer of Franklin attention Mr. Clark Warren and wife, of Shelby Democratic county, were in the Knob Sunday. Mr. Newton Hales and wife were oounty, subject to tho aotlon of the party. over Mr. R. C. Church, of Frankfort, T. D. last Sunday to visit their son, We are authorised io.nnnounce ROM?. STONE Hales. was in th(s neighborhood last week. as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, Miss Barbara Hughes, of Cove Hill subjeot to the aotlon of the Democratic Party. Mr. Drufal Moore, of the Flag Fork farm, attended Church at Antloch neighborhood, left last week for Flori- last Sunday. Wo arc authorised to announce NOAH QOINS da. a a oandldate for Jailer of Franklin county, Mrs. Snlllo Snellon, of Tiger, was subjeot to the aotlpn of the Democratic party Mr. John T. Deakius, of Belle Point, the broker, passed through this place me guest oi ner sister, iurs. Joe ary-an- t, F0R00UNTYSOHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Job Work of All.Kind9 promptly attended to. Give me acali." last Sunday. Monday. The Brawner men are getting more We are authorized to announce LAZARUS Mr. Charles Baker is repairing his P. IIULETTE as a oandidato for County Superdwelling house. Mr. Jas. Sandford numerous since his name came out in intendent of Common Schools, subjeot to the papers. Hurrah for Brawner. the contractor, aotlon of the Demooratio party. Messrs. Budjand Price Moore, of Shelby county. Mr. Wm. Bell, of spent last Friday night with Jno. Lee ueuur nun. came out last undav. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. S. much to the gratification of their lady and Joel Lee. friends. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Mr. Jas. Sandford has put up, a very Miss Annie Roberts, who has been Har-rod- 's nice picket fense in front of G. V. sick, we are glad to say, has recovered residonce. and has taken her place in the schoolMr. Boyer, of Shelbyville, agent for room. MofidNS. the Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Ma-t gussmre Col. Major and John Klernan passed WILL REPAIR YOUR- chine, .was at Geo. V. Harroa'slast through our neighborhood last week, Tuesday. I cordially invite you to call an- - uxnminemy waking List of the sick: Mrs. Mary Pulliam, gents. up the natives. Come again, Now and Fresh Btook oF.Goods. Mr. Bourbon;Pulliara, Flem Mahoney, The Sunday-schoat Antloch will Arthur Mahoney, Ulyses McDaniel, 3 V,AW Miss Lilly McDaniel, Mr. Willie Allen. be organized FRANKFORT, KY Let every MAIN STREET, Typhoid and malarial fever. parent in the neighborhood be on hand Sep8tf. ALSO ANT MACHINERY, AND If you want to be accommodated with their children and give it a good call on W. L. Lee, as he has on hand start. Remember the hour, 10 a. m. DR. COLLINS, a new stock of drugs and medicines. You Remember his office, one mile north R. on west of Bald Knob School-housthe headwaters of Flat Creek. 0Mtt Mala Strut, ovar lay tarrett't Newaltpaf, fcbtomey-at-Laiu- . For cash. Having the best and FrwiWort, Kaatackj. Philip Mosehart, who lives in the IN ALL WILL PRACTICE and adjoiningTHE COURTS Sept. Flag Fork neighborhood, has in his counties, and in Franklin Office the possession a gun probably over one Court of Appeals. Mansion inHousesame room with G. : COMFXJCTX : : : TOOLS I W. Craddock, in block, 258 Main hundred years old, which- - he brought street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and 1885. 1885. ap.18.3m. with him from the old country, having prompt attention given to them. In the city enables then to offer this inducement. been handed down from generation to THE SDH STORE ! generation. ANNOUNCEMENT. NEW PLANING MILL. GhflSftpsake and Mr. John Anderson, of Flag Fork, Railway, Has opened up the New Year with a full line of has in his .possession a very exact F0R STATE SENATOR. image oi a chisel cut out ot a rock by KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST some unknown race. He found it on We are authorized to announce A. G. BRAWNER DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in this, the soth State Having reoently added to his Establishment FOR Kentucky river near a candidate for to the Senator, of the Democratic the bank of the Paints, Oils and Artist Material, action District, subject Macey's Ripple. ROUNDABOUT, Mr. North and wife having made up their trouble, she told some of her neighbors that she Was afraid to stay at We arc authorized to nnnounoo AUS. ROBINSON as a eandldato for Jailer of Frnnklln county, subject to the action of the Democratic JOHN T. BUCKLEY, T O "V E IB S vi Jappaned, Granite Iron $ Enameled Tin, Sheet Iron and Slate Hoofing! josaraT W. DMONEY t. bttok:il & DRY GOODS. mm, FERGUSON MEEK ol pumps CM PPF, 0 FIXTURES Guarantee J. S. e, JOSEPH FHAEi id is :rr a? 1 ao-i- y, s t. a Saving of Ten Per Cent SST OF MOST IE U J.M.WAKEFIELD First-Class Oi watch J..K. P.Moore bought at New Orleans for $40 00 and traded it to the said parties for a shot gun. When one wears it the other one lets the people know by saying, that's my watch. Died. Jack Deakins,Tuesday,March 81st, 1885. Messrs. Charley Barker and Nick Allison ,1m vein their possession the gold at the primary election to be held Saturday And is headquarters . for tools and impression May ad, 1885, under the call of the county committee paper for We are authorised to announce SCOTT BROWN as a candidate for Senator from tho counties of Franklin, Anderson and Mercer, subject to the aotion of tho Democratic party. Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. p'Srtjr, Planing Mill, WiSHINGTOr PKILKDELPHIS. THE ft NEW YORK. Is now prepared to furnish all kinds, of ONLY 11.80 'Vi . REPOUSSE WORK CONNECTION NO. LI c NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announco ROBERT SAN-FOR- D as a candidate for to thooflco of Assessor, subject to the aotion of the Dem- TELEPHONE r. 12! Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. A SOLID TRAIN FKOM JOS. LeCOMPTE. C. HUGHES. CHAS. P. BXt'M, MaylS.tf. LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, Child of Jas.. Stivers .died. on ocratic party. Lebanon ,!Ridge, Monday 80th, 1885. We are authorized to announce JAMES K. Cause, burned to death. 0'HARA as a oondidate for Assessor ,of Monday, March 80th, child of Robert Franklin county, sabjeot to the action of the Waite, of Flag Fork. Cause, scalded to Democratic party. death. We are to announoe Twins of David Wiley and wife, INS as a authorized for Assessor W.H. HAWK oandidato of Franklin, one Sunday, 29th, the other Monday, oounty, subject to the action of the Demooratio 80th. 1885. party. Atlomey-al-La- HUGHES & EXUM . Atiorney-at-taw- , General Insurance Agents, AND Office oppbsite WM. CROMWELL Stytiri; Cincinnati, and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, Farmer's Bank. liV 'i PRICES. Brawner, of Stoney Creek, and Miss Mary A. Chisolem, of Bark Branch) FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! .visited Mrs. M. B.Steger last Tuesday. We are authorized to announoe JAS. A. PETERSON, AGENT. T J. as ,a candidate, for to .the Mr. T. D. Kesler. together with offer this Spring a larger stock than severalxithers, moved James Montfort office of County Attorney, subjoot to the action WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK-fo- We usual of in a few, days .with a full line of samples, last Thursday from near Bald Knob, to of the Demooratio party. Jlease reserve your orders. We are authorized to announoe. BEN. G. his mother's, on SixJMlle, near Duma 1Frut and Ornamental Trees, J. J. PETERSON. WILLIAMS reek. MrMonfort was in a critical subjeot to the asaqandtdatefor County Attorney, action of the Demooratio Party. condition from a. relapse of typhoid GBAPE VINES. 3irc3- - z fever.) and the doctor recommended FOR REPRESENTATIVE. change. We have not heard but the ASPARAGUS ROOTS! hope that the change was in his favor. We are authorized to announoe R. 0. T AM PREPARED TAiDQ AWY.KIND QF LAND EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY 1 Siirveying,m,hort notice. vddre me at Jett P, CHURCH as.a pandiUte,fpr Strawberry and general cata establishment. ,, V Messrs. T.D. Kesler and John W. Franklin County in the next Representative of O., Franklin cqunty.Ky. , logues on application xo Legislature, subSeraoneg, both of, whom have lost their ject to the otion of the Demooratio party. Lexington, Ky. mar.i'tf. dwellings by flraiately, assure us that We authorized, .announce 8. I. the agent of the Phoanix Insurance MAJORare a oandidato tofor Representative M. at of Company has been to see them both .and.gaye them drafts 'for the. .amount jeot to the action of the Demooratio party. INSTRUCTOR OF tUSfC ! due, to each. They had no trouble about their Insurance aid; ,bpthsay tbqy, were S PREPARED TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE FOR .TAILSIt. piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, Gcc, cither at dealing with honoeaWe Mtfemen. e residence of th DUDllor at Ms home, on Lewis We .MtksiriMd it fo ,.ainoMee .JAMES Hurrah for the old reliable Phoenix. the,od Weitiel House building. ht GORDON as a oandldate for the office of Jailer jan.17-1b bcswtjfujiajlbuthtrkin; street, in The widow of Humphrey Marshall Df FraukllBiMBBtV, SUblsfit to the Afltinn nf. t VIO-TET- 20 .Leading American and will also give special attention to the purchase THE DIRECT ROUTE TO We are authorized to annoqnoo LEWIS Representing Foreign Companies. STONBY GREEK. and salo of real .estate, collection of rent, QARROD as, a oandidato for Assessor of Frank-i- n claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, county, subject the aotion of the Demooratio ! opposite Court House. Our farmers say their wheat is a party. Jane AND ALL failure, and nearly all are plowing it Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. FOR OOUNTY OLERK. up and sowing oats. We are authorized to announoe JOHN 8. Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid Misses Agnes Chisolem .and Nora HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, jan.3-:For tickets ann further inftrnati"n, apyly to LeCompte, of Bark Branch, visited subject to the aotion of the Demooratio party. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED your neatest, ticket office, or address, Misses Delia and Alice Brawner last SI COFFEE FSAMCnCO-TECOMPANY, ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full We are authorised, to announoe GEURGE 8. SAN W.E.ARNOLD, W..1.BKBO, .Saturday. GREEN as a cadidate for Clerk of the FranWln Ticket Agetit. Weight, Bottom Prices. Advertising Agt., Dealers in all kinds of 226 Fourth Arenur Louisville, Ky Three more of Mr. Eli McDaniel's County Court, subjeot to tho aotlon of the DemTelephone connection No. 36. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, been very sick but we ooratio party. family have Coffee. Tea,Cannea Fruits, Pare Spices Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, .are glad to .learn that they are a Wo are authorized to announce. LEE, A. Richmond, Virginia. OW.EN.as a oandldate for Clerk of the Franknow. eatdeal better And everything in the grocery line at FRANKFORT, Ky . lin County Coutt, subjeot to the aotion of the Dec.B-- f Mrs. Mahala Smith and Mrs. Mary Demooratio party. ROCK BOTTOM TTTIIiL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP WiFranklln and the adjoining counties, and Ral 25-ly. Acsmt, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAS I TRAINS JOB 2? 3SW 7OB 2 . Oyer $100,000,000 Assets y. Choice Goal Cheap. GfcO. B. J. TUTFS tsVfl ' I 'I sB rt OK srcinR'VB'sm: Feb.-7-tf. nt QntXmt Mediotl Trlntetk of fit Aft! VI AWt :IM fUlt. TORPipT-lv";-; I . , tick mm. Pain strliM wMa sUfc stMa klasltiVsilIatM afttr stlul UellaaUM t tsattlta aMMMT ami rtspiMr, IiaUitlr -- Many a Lady I as. Dtjt Han Uotre, lMWk tM4fmm. HUkTtr e9n4CrlM. aSS 10 scja.jMssj, ontVaoytjS i5S it Waanatttr Jastt mumi-S- l&jKwtohgM Wala at taa 1. jnartied ioAlx.'NortJvsane tujae DejBoeratfo party, r J' .. . over a year ago. .Last foil they had in MBOBjioe' 7Jt S5MWWM some difference "arid - separated. In. DAiLbT at a itindlditU ,tnr lulla ntT.H03. i X. V..bii- that time Jeff Peter's wife, a sister of .out?, subject to the, aotion of the . Dmefatlo Mrs. Norths died ineaying child ahatTax,weeks Aid. Was . : TMrs.-KorL- H ivm and noDoy has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is 'Magnolia Balm. ' ,r m FRAWltLirC M 1 "TsLr JLT ij ml iWjy fQu$nTiSoK by aiitMWntJsijf tlilt Dm. It JjBDWtS) Bittrif aataty aMt 'to death,., hut sheaaidiltismotheriidl !tmfffjtpwi9cifo Miction, eorMiefafir. MITCHELL as a oandldate for, Jailer of Frank. pf tne-Dtm. 1(4' faalsaa u 'u - I ' ''' a.MM ' - ' ' i y ' iff11 h IlJsV'TjST 1 ? ' i isat irtf smi'pslis-Asiji- iiTifriis .,.''"'. A tiil&A ar mt T