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'7f' ' " ";'irr7?'','T (7'7 w"ijrpwJ - i ,t ' The Frankfort Roundabout. 6E0RGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. Found. On St. Clair street, n folding key, evidently belonging to the door of some store. Call at this office and get it. of the county this spring. He has thirty acres of com planted that has sprouted and is beginning to come through the ground. Chris- FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 25, 1885. Number 32 MA8TIN BROS. DZALEBS I1T A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. season has een late, prices in the Inst have been depress-d- , and we went into he market late with CASH IN HAND, ind bought goods at irices that were in the history if the trade. We have mught a mammoth .took of Boots, Shoes, Nothing, Hats, &c and re offer this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but un-cno- Mr. Will C. Bedford, of the Forks of Elkhorn precinct, lends the farmers Farming Implements, Field Seeds, gfll EC .& mtt JmJ WHY WE DO IT. "77" ( Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. J3 IB I I M ft M ?s b . ICt. wv The protracted meeting at the A.OKHIsT'X'S FOB tian Churcli this week has developed Old Hickory Wagon, a marked interest. There have been McCorniick'M Machines, large congregations and twelve addiSouth Bend Chilled Plow, Erinley, Maltar, Helkle, tions to the Church. The meetings ra And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. will continue next week. Mr. Adams, President of the Union Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters and Planters. Full stock of Farming Gear always on hand. 1HE Pacific Railroad, passed through the city Monday afternoon, in a private mar.T-jCASH BUYERS car supplied with sleeping, sitting and vill get the Watch. dining apartments, on his way from )ur prices wo guarantee New York to New Orleans over the ire lower than tho same C. & O. Road. roods can bo bought elsewhere. The most of A number of Mountaineers have our goods were in the arrived in this city with rafts of saw-log- s house and marked in and report the river above filled No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House plain figures before we with them on the way down. So the thought of the saw-milwill soon be supplied with WATERBURY, timber enough to run them all sumand consequently we mer. SPECtAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY can not charge you one Why will the people ol of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. cent more for the goods Tol.Paxton, a young man about 20 years of age, from the Farmdale neigh- Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25tf. borhood, was tried Tuesday afternoon nome. on a warrant of lunacy and found to be A young St. Clair street merchant Mr. Otis V. Snyder, the wide insane. He was taken to Lexington Ky. Main Lexington jeweler, comes to will be married on the 6th of next awake Wednesday. the front in this issue with an adver- month. enterprising gentlemen, Messrs. tisement every one should read. He Mr. H. Hyde Those J. has opened a fruit Crutcher & Starks, of the great White means business, and will sell you any- and vegetable store In the old Market Hall Clothing House, on yesterday thing in his line at the lowest figures House, corner of Broadway and Ann sold Dr J. I. Llghthall, a handsome If you go to Lexington call and see streets. $1C0 silk velvet suit of clothes. When him. NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS. Mr. Waller B. George, a young man the doctor gets it on his diamonds will be more dazzling than ever. Mr. Jas. H. Graham broke ground In every way reliable, has opened a 2TOVSZ.TZBS IXT Monday morning for a handsome jewelry and watch and clock repairing The base ball season will be opened y NOVELTIES IN UNDERWEAR. brick residence on the lot he establishment in the Mansion House in this city next Saturday. The first recently purchased from Judge W. P. block, on St. Clair street, and has come ' game will be played at Capital Park D. Bush, on Washington street. The to stay. Read his advertisement in NOVELTIES IN COLLARS. day between the Lexington and work will be done under the super- another column. .that .A.W Frankfort nines of the Inter-Stat- e GUs Shaefer, and of vision of Mr Willacoocb.ee League. & course will be executed in the best Is the name of a flourishing village in following Is the nine of the possible manner. The Cofl'ee county, Georgia, on the line of Frankfort Club: Schultnechdt, catcher tho Brunswick and Albany railroad. and right field; Wells, pitcher and Mr. D. E. Gaskin, a well known the storm of Friday night Just after and left field; Hammond, catcher and citizen of that village, writes under were right field; Little, pitcher and left of last week, several young men South date of December 22: to their homes In returning Soon after my marriage, about four field; Comock, short stop; Long, first Frankfort, and when they reached the years ago, my wife was stricken with base; F. Buttimer, second base; Shelby and Cross streets they some trouble peculiar to her sex, which Shlnkle, third base; Edwards, center corner of broke down her general In found the sidewalk overflowed to the this condition she was health. after soon field. depth of six or eight inches with water attacked with Inflammatory RheumaMessrs Wells and Schultnechdt will from the gutter, In passing around the tism of such a severe type that it made be remembered as the splendid battery pool they hoard something fluttering her a cripple. She was reduced In flesh FOR- of last year's Capital nine, Messrs, in the water, which, by the aid of the to sixty five pounds and came very near losing her life. She was attended Goodloe Hammond, Frank Buttimer, members of that flashes of lightning, they discovered by three good physicians who treated and Shlnkle were also to be a wild duck. They at once set to her with some benefit, but the swelling Silver's Beater & Measuring Glass club last season, and all of them first in her Joints never left her. Last four are new work to catch it, and after a lively summer the Rheumatism returned in class players. The other chase of a few minutes, in which, two a still more severe and painful form, men here, but have the reputation of or three of them got a good wetting by which seemed to defy the skill of all being good players. Mr. Frank It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs frantic only one who lives here, tumbling down In the water, one of doctors. She would almost go scream suc- with pain, and would lie and to twice the bulk of any other beater. the party, Mr. Frank Graham, Mr. Goodloe Hammond lives in Henry A ceeded in capturing it. It proved to all day. on friend of mine, who is an i engineer the Brunswick & Albany county, and all the balance are Louisd be a Teal, and is supposed railroad, suggested that I should use ville boys. The whole nine is expect- to have been beaten down by the hail Swift's Spedflc (S. S. S.), which I did. ed to be here ou Monday to go into in attempting to fly over the city dur- Alter she had taken one small bottle training. In the meantime the new she was up and able to walk over the storm. house, and after taking the six small grounds on Holmes street are being ing the bottles she Is now able to do any kind rapidly as posThe nicest thing ever made for that purpose. gotten in readiness as B. O. Church's Reply to "Record." of house work; the swelling has gone, sible. all the pain has left her, and she is in Below we give a schedule of the better health than she ever was. The treatment before using the Swift's games to be played here during the Editor Roundabout i Specific cost mo between $350 to $400, season: In your paper of last week some one and the six bottles of S S. S. cost me July 14 signing himself "Record" charges that Lexlngtom. . . . May t Erics six dollars. Lexingtons. . . . May 4 Youngstowns. , .July 35 ,ki as a uouueuman voted in iavor ot a It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. It Is certainly the most wonderful , .July 37 . . My 6 Youngstowns Lexingtons. proposition to exempt nil property In medicine and the best blood purifier in Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. May 13 Lexingtons. . . . July 39 Frankfort from taxation for county Erlei proprietors should let May 14 Springfield . . . Aug 11 purposes, except to the extent of ten the world. The Erles the world know about it. Youngitowns. . . May 15 Springfield . . . Aug 1a cento on the hundred dollars." The S S. S. Company wish . . May 16 Springfield) . . . Aug 13 Youngttowns. not not one word iu the record to Note s-e'e-xcaution purchasers In regard to Aug 14 There is tst Springfieldi June 1 Daytons Aug 13 of the proceedings of the Council to the numerous Imitations oftheir goods. Daytons Springfield. . . .June show that I voted for it This is the Some carry the lie on the face, pur-Aug 17 Daytons Springfield. . .June that was circulated orting to he vegetable remedies: wlien Lexingtons , . . .Aug so same falsehood June Daytons Approved and used by the U. S. Government. n fact they are really strong solutions Lexingtons .... Sept 5 thrmgh the county by handbills and .June Daytons Erics, Sept 9 which I denounced In u handbill as of poisonous minerals as Mercury, Daytons June Sept jo infamously false. I never voted for or Potash, etc. Be careful to get the Erics Lexingtons. , . . June Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Fnameled . .June t6 Youngstowns.. .Sept is favored such a proposition and tho genuine. Youngitowns thut "I did" Is false Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Youngitowns . .June 17 Youngstowns , . . Sept h charge Ware, and all kinds of Tinware) Seven different kinds of Ioe dream Freezers; Youngstowns. . .June 18 Springfields , . . Sept 14 and published for the purose of deceivmailed free. Five kinds of Goal Oil Stoves) Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and ."June 19 Springfields , , . Sept 15 ing tho people and thereby injuring Erles The Swift Specific Co., 16 me in the race for Representative. Wood Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest. It Ertes June 10 Springfields . . . Sept Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. Sept 17 is not surprising that the manufacturers June ft Daytons Erles Plain and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe and Fine Pipe) Tin, Slate and Iroa Sept t8 of these lies are ashamed to sign their Boots and shoes made to order and Lexingtons.. . .July is DaytonS Hoofing a speoialty, and for whioh he is oelebrated all over the State, Sept 19 names to them. repairing promptly done at L. B. Mar Lexingtons . . .July 18 Daytons I May3i-iy- . July In C. Ciiuncn Er.es R. shall's. (mm SgjBS!8 CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MATTEEN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ls The Waterburygf CRUTCHER & STARKS. Street, Frankfort, HATS. two-stor- HUDSON MEAGHERS. E- - 2? O T5s7" -- AOENT Egg E IR. Patent Jar, Buttl-emrist- he blue-winge- SILVER'S PATENT EGG POACHER SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER, oi CA.2STSI .... . i . iJ-AJ iifVLw e AfV t LA (a. V ' jkk. W--. lir'iL. : oi - ' ! 111 c 8 pq Eh 8 o i W Pi D O) GO 53 8 to cfi w s S EH O PP a o (ft &H O O PQ 0 P4 c ,rt QG o n g j s s a & f4 CO gw'J 0) o 5 0 W 9? .2 B 5 Jt'W .V EH CO 3 o GO 'i C3 S CO o J2 o K- - ' be ce CNI SHI FRANKFORT Entered at the post-offi- so-" 69- - ROUNDABOUT. at Erankfnrt, Kentucky ce as second class mailable matter. 3Bd.lt or GEORGE A. LEWIS. 8t33.a. The protracted meeting at the Methodist Church has been very sue cessful so far., There have been twenty additions to the Church. -- FBOFOSALS FOB -- IVEITII AT- AJTTEIfcTTTOasT to -- I 3VLteli3a.er. FRANKFORT, APRIL 25, 1885. v. ffek ' 1 rkasurv Department. The Spring Hill Gun Club was reWashington, D. C , April n, 1885 organised Wednesday evening, for this race. WILL BE SEALED PROPOSALS m. on then hRECEIVED until a p. day of May, is lino Good:, and Trimmings to Mitch! season by the election of Mr, Richard 1885, for futnivhing and putting in place complete in Litest Mties Personal. the C urt House. Post office, &c, building at Frank-forMorris as President, Dr. E. E. Hume, Kv.. a Low Temnerai nre Hot Water Hcatine Apparatus in accordance with drawings and Vice President, and Mr. Geo. L. Payne, copies of which and an vadditional information was Mr. R. R. Perry, of Also an assortment suitable for a Secretary. They had their first shoot n the city Tuesday. Versailles, m y be had on application at this office or the office of tne superintendent. Thursday afternoon. Hid accompanied for Mrs. Edgar Keenon, of Covington, $$00.00 must heto the or.ler of by a certified check the drawn the "Secretary of is visiting friends in the city. 'I reasury," as guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract if his bid is accepted and furnish a Mrs. Margaret Newman, wife of Mr. Mr. Chas. O'Hara very Dina equal to tne amount 01 tne contract, residence of ill at his residence instill remains Bids received aft:r the time of opening will not be Pat Newman, died at the this county. considered. In the- M. K. BELL, her husband, on Clinton street, Sunday Supervising Architect. Mr. A. S. Browinski left Thursday afternoon, after a short illness with per for a visit to relatives in Carrollton. itonitis. She was a most excellent lady ! AM VEGETABLE STORE. Mrs. Jas. M. Saffell returned ThurS' SEW and her death is a heavy blow to her day from a visit to friends iu Lexing husband and five children, who have ton. OPENED A GREEN GROCERY Which will be announced in due time. the sympathy of the entire community. Mr. M. J. Allen and wife left Mon- HAVING JUST Market House, corner of Ann and Broadway streets, where I will keep constantly on Her funeral took place Tuesday morn- day afternoon for their home in New hand a full line of York. ing from the Catholic. Church. DAILY FTR FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PRESH FISH, NEW GOODS ARRIVE Mrs. W. C. Herndon returned Thursday morning from a visit to relatives and everything usually kept in such an establishment, During the storm of Friday night of in Lexington. I would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. H.J.HYDE. week such a large body of water last I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths and Mr Clay H. Hatchitt left Monday April 35.1m. Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such low prices that must collected in the fish pond of Mr. Wash. afternoon for his future home at Ale-maGive me a Call. astonish everybody. New Mexico. Crutcher, near Jett's Station, that it FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE burst the strong stone dam built across Mr. Philip Selbert and wife returned P. S. Remember one end of it, rushed in a torrent down Tuesday afternoon from a visit to rel- TOJ'X'OUST, the celebrated dress-makeleading towards Glens Creek, atives in Cincinnati. who has already ready received a number of orders, asks the a ravine Mr. Duncan McDonald left Thursinundated the house of a Colored man attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to call early. in its course, washed away his stable, day afternoon for Kansas City, Mo , with a view to locating. and drowned a horse belonging to Mr. Mr. Wm. Jas. R. Shaw, which was in it at the afternoon for A. Wiard left Monday Richmond, Ky., where time, and did great damage to the ne will probably reside in future. Glens Creek pike where it crossed the Mr. E. A. Lindsey, of Jackson, rmTM, i t iMs., iLhitLUiti mouth of the ravine. Tennessee, spent Sunday in the city ROBT. HUMPHREY. . . Master. HOPE MILLS FOR SALE. with his sisters, Mrs. II. T. Stanton and H. B. CAMMACK . . Chief Clerk. The Lexington Races begin on Tues- F. C. Hughes. MR. R Y. THE OWING TO wa it ILL HEALTH OF and offer we curia our day, May nth, and continue until the Mrs. Miranda Gorham and Miss Leaves Custom House Wharfaton Wednesdiys at 5 Tor sale the above tu amed ilMill. business, complete o clock noon. It is a ociock, a. m; naiuta.iy ii Roller Mill in every respect and situated in the heart 13th. There will be four races each Eddie M. Lederidgo returned Wednes1 he made by us day afternoon from a visit to relatives Leaves vLouisvill on Mondays and Thursdays at 3 of a wheat growing country.made. flour have a fine is expected that this will in Mt. Sterling. We grades with the very best day, and it 1.1U1.K1 j i.i i 9tiuij. .?pcnai ruic iu local trade, and an abundant supply of water. fisherman and cxcuriomsts, 3m. be the largest meeting ever held on HOPE MILLS CO., Address either Mr. Frank K. Rodman and wife, Association track. Arthe Kentucky k iY. UKKKV. Ky, HERRY, who have been visiting his parents Vbrsaili.cs, rangements have been made with the here, left Monday afternoon for their L. & N. Railroad to run a special home in Cincinnati. Franklin Countv Court, train from Lexington to Louisville Mr. Lee C. Woodson, who has been SATURDAY, April Ilth, I8U5. each evening, leaving the former visiting relatives here for several TN ORDER TO ARRIVE AT THE FLOATING HAVE THREE OR FOUR BUILDING; LOTS J. indebtedness of the county, the county judge cives place at 7 o'clock, so that any one weeks, left Wednesday morning for notice by advertisement to ill those' holding claims for sale, which would make very good sites for IfBS agai lit the county to piesent the same to the county dwellings, near where now reside, about ten minutes wishing to attend from this city can his home in Kansas City. walk from the State House. 'CI clerk within the next sixtv dais, to be credited with MICHAEL IJUTTIMER. Mrs. H. E. Thomas, of Greenwich, ailow to payment, and the clerk shall record each mar.28.4t. go up in the morning and, if ho fails to claim, the amount and date ofissual, and the holder P. put his, money upon the right horse, New Jersey, and Mrs. W. are Thomas, of thesjme. of Philadelphia, Penn., visiting A persons failing to preget back home at night, if he hasn't their sister, Mrs. J. N. Crutcher, in sent IIthe same holding such claims and the next sixty a& so prescribed, within MaaT33KHBHSflgiWWl?BFfliiS'Mi days, interest upon the same shall cease at the exloat his ticket also. Belle Point. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE piration of said sixty day- - on claims not presented. wagon is now run1 citizens of Frankfort that my Messrs. Hugh R. Ay res and Fred. April 18 60 days. R. A, THOMSON, County Judge. ning regularly every morning, and I am delivering lMMMJWrlHMWMIAI:i: Last week, because Dr. Lighthall, Bagby, of the State Geological Survey. PUltK BENSON ICE the great Indian doctor and lightning have gone to Caldwell county, for tho JEWELRY BSTABLISHHEHT ! to my customers in all parts of the city. Orders purpose of making a topographical tooth puller, failed to comply with a survey of that section. solicited and promptly attended to, I HHHEIifsuSbl3ffl9BEBw" marsi-oR. H. NICOL. not of the law in provision . Mr. Nevil P. Whitesides, of Mt. RECENTLY REMOVED having his State license recorded in HAVING would respectfully inform the TO THIS citizens of Vernon, Ohio, spent Saturday and Krankfurt and vicinity that I have opened a firtt class County Clerk'H office, a warrant Sunday in this city visiting his parents. the was issued against him and he was He left Mqnday for Leavenworth, T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! fined $100. The Governor, as soon as Kansas, where ho will reside in future. LOCATED IN HAVING PERMANENTLY on the diseases of the matter was brought to his attention, Mrs. Nevil P. Whitesides and chilmay be consulted Horses, other immediately remitted the fine, but the dren, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, are visiting 208 ST. OLAIR STREET, Office R Cattle and allLivery domesticated animals The Popular Jeweler, is offering his Stable, Frankfoit, Ky C.ehurch the family of Mr. E. Whitesides in Telephone No. 80 costs had to be paid. The Doctor, with promptly All calls by this city, preparatory to removing to Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line ol attended to, mail, telegram or telephone mur.7-iy- . EUSTTIKEJ characteristic liberality, left the ba- their future home in Leavenworth, orodd dollars with Kansas. lanceseventy Mr. D. C. Crutcher to be devoted to Mr. G. W. Hammond, of Henry Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, some charitable purpose. In compli- county, Captain and change catcher of Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware T HAVE OPENED A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., ance with the request Mr. Crutcher the Frankfort B. B. Club, will arrive Bro.'s dry goods store, 1 third door from Rodman Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have Monday morning. SILVERWARE, &C, &t, took the money and divided it equally his brother, Mr. A. He will room with come to stay, and will give satisfactory references iu for the sale of at to all ten Churches of the city, the Capital Hotel B. Hammond,ball andresponsibility. REPAIRING of cull. kinds neatly at prices lower than the lowest, between the promptly executed, ulve me a during the colored. Whatever season. both white and ap.2a-t- f IF. II, GEORGE, else may bo said of tho Doctor, ho cerMrs. S. H. Sneed returned last week Give me a call and convince yourselves, tainly conducts himself as a perfect from St. Louis, where she has been WOOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!! Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. gentleman, does a great deal of good spending the winter, and has rented AND Notick. Parties leaving their watches or jewelry 100,000 with me for repair, may rest easy that they will ret for the poor of every community he the house on tho comer of Second und WISH TO PURCHASEhighest POUNDS, FOR Side, latoly vacatpay the Main streets, South I will CASH PRICE. tbem again. visits, and there is great virtue in ed by Mr. C. H. Hatchitt, and gono to Wool sacks now ready, come and get them All carriage work sold by me warranted. PHILIP SELBERT, Jeweler, MORRISON ROGERS. some of his medicines. housekeeping. apr.i8-tf-. mar.a8-3m- , 7. 7. QC7ZST. Tioga, Ky, April 31, 1S85 jt. 333 St. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. t. spucifi-cal'ons. Anderson and Mercer having combined against Franklin to defeat her candidate for State Senator from this district, Gen. Scott Brown has withdrawn, from the The counties of - Frankfort. KentuckyOffice of Supbiivising I hereby announce Architpct, to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that Mrs. Sol. Harris has been in New York for the past three weeks purchasing the J ' GRAND OPENING! MILLIENRY DEPARTMENT filT EAST. (7j n, PACKET, r, lvlvB- HOR1TBT, NOTICE. SQL. HARRIS. w FOR SALE. 1 H14Al ICE! ICBI iff 1 JEWELRTT STOKE! NOT AT COST! PHILIP SELBERTI -- NOTICE. He stock: SPRING WAGONS BUGGIES, FOR CASH tN LY! to. HARNESS. ' e' ' ' ; f, '-- . ' , .-" V ,. 1 &ML;ifk,M i j,i T TlTMlglHiMBWWIMlMWraKrMMMBWWHlfrillllflnilll II Hill """" --. " w 'llPT' ' f ' iiiiiiiiiii.imijii.iijjiuii i.i iii.iii.iiiii ii.i ill ..i m,. , ' 3 P5 O Q t c P n & J2 "i C r "ai ZZZXZ) P c S ft S p bi cd P 2 ' EL 2 go 1 GO B B w d 2 P Hs cd cc Q cn W 09 g .1. i- -M d I d Hi O as td w M P Q O l S W W i QC O O ) rj u 5 S'So cd ffi - 2L 2 er P5 P pp. ZL S3 2L O a CO 5 o !!"" CO h P - w W Jmtm, GmmCi5I 2 cc 5 v S tea. no m M x s c a rv 2. s O W 0 4 O w p r Clmjial p- 0 o - &-5?-p- rc r S "p b C71 p O . SL 35 5. to o bo W (& S SLg"g FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, O O O en o o O 2 5 2 S g mam FHANKFORT, APRIL 25, 188S. Rev. G. F. Bagby will deliver the annual commencement sermon at Clinton College, in Hickman county. al of last Sunday The Courier-Journgot off something very much like nn old cut of Chos. J. Guitteiiu and tried to make its readers believe it was a m likeness of Gen. Green Clay Smith. audiences. Call and select the goods for your new spring suit at V. Berberich's. A protracted meeting will be begun Having opened my ice cream saloon Buy you a spring hat from L. B. at the Southern Presbyterian Church for the season, I would respectfully on Friday evening next, May 1st invite the ladies and gentlemen of the Marshall. m The pastor, Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell, city to give me a call. Will keep New spring goods in all the latest will be assisted by Rev. Dr. E. O. constantly on hand the nicest ice cream styles at Berberich's. Guerrant, of Mt. Sterling. J. Weitzel, jr. and sherbet. Two colored girls, Mary Eliza Dudley r If 2 DDnwirs GRAND OPENING. and Waller Woolfolk, went to the e On Thursday, April 30th, I will several days ago, picked out a call box that was well filled with exhibit one of the handsomest bonpattern displays mail, and, while there was a rush just nets everofshown inhats and this city, to after the opening of the morning mail, whioh all are invited. Mrs. Maggie J. Hallnan. called for the mail in that box. The clerk, without thinking gave them the Ico cream and soda water at J. mail, which consisted of a package of Weitzeljr's. silk floss and a letter. They divided Drs. Gratigny & N orris, it between them, one taking the letter and tho other the package. AS soon Specialists, from Cincinnati, will be at as the theft was discovered Deputy the Capital Hotel on Thursday, April tm. m mB s( -- THE U. S. Marshal Con. McCarty was noti- 30th, for tho reception and treatment BEST TONIC. fied and soon had them locked up. of patients suffering from cancers, tuThey were tried Thursday morning mors, nasal and pulmonary diseases. This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, quickly and completely before Commissioner Ford and re- They will remain several days, but all Corea Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weultnesw, Impure Blood, JIalarla(C'hUls and Feveru, leased. Thesegirls are but about fifteen patients arte requested to call on Thursunit Neuralgia. It is an uniBilincr remedy for Diseases of tho years of age and are two of those who day. Kidneys nnd I.lver. mm t It Is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to prefqred the foul charge against Mr. A. Women, and all who lead Bedentary lives. Fresh stock of spring flats at John C Wood several weeks sinceIt docs not injure the teeth, cause headache.or 3t. W. Payne's, South Frankfort. produce constipation olhT Iron nedic'mn do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates AOROWNINtt TRIUMPH. the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re llcvcn Heartburn and Belching, and strengthTo Our Customers and Friends in Hon. George R. Wetidliiig will deliver a series of lectures at the Opera House in this city, beginning on Thursday evening, April 30th,and continuing threo evenings. His subject for the evening of the 30th will be "Beyond;" for May 1st "Voltaire," wh'le for the evening of May 2d his subject has not as yet been announced. As a lecturer Mr. Wendling has few equals, his reputation being world wide, and should be greeted with large Berbcrleh keeps none but the best goods and 'makes them up in the best style. Call and see him. A fine line of baby buggies ut R. Rogers', Main street. - Brinly's Champion Hillside Plow, sold by Mastin Bros. mm Paper bags at reduced prices for cash at L. B. Marshall's. A nice line of baby buggies at R. Rogers' furniture store, Main streot. JHwHHhHsHBsHsIssHBHhh L Miff 'TSmBBsfsSMSMsta sflgWm'HisTViiHltMiriiMr PIANOS AND ORGANS ! - post-offic- In. buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they must pay all cash. There are thousands of families who have an income of fifty to one hundred dollars per month, who can easily spare from five to ten dollars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, wait to lay up enough to pay for an instrument before buying, but see or write us at once for our terms. We will satisfy you that we are gjving easier terms than any Music House in the United States. do-no- y EASY TERMS ! t' r. H. BALDWIN May i7-i- .1. H. FRANKFORT, CUT-.XIf.1-R. KENTUCKY. Salesman, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, XtlliS H'ourli Avenue. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. & CO., THE MODERN MECCA OF RECREATION ! To which MlUlons make m a Yearly Pilgrimage. WILL EXHIBIT THE CROWNED KING OF WONDERLAND A- T- TU$aAY,fflYbtn Afternoon and Evening 1 and 7 P. M - W. W. COLE'S -- riding, tumbling, leaping, etc., are retained, to which are added such novel and astonishing attractions as lerinl bicycling, performing Arabs, Turks, Moors, Egyptians, Mexicans and Spaniards; M'lle Aimee, the Human Fly, who walks head downward upon a pulishej plane of wood, sixty feet above the ground; grand roller skating carnival, a clown elephant and a performing white hippopotamus from tho historic Nile; an equine wonder in tho shape of tho horse Blondln, that has reached tho zenith of brute intelligence by learning to walk a tight-rop- e strotched twenty feet above tho ground. A decidedly interesting feature in tho natural history department is tho bovine curiosity a living, hoaltuy cow, with two distinct and perfectly formed heads, cad) with its complement of horns, eyes, oars, and m.mth. This feature alone is a study for naturalists. Many cages of wild animals, and numerous trained animals, occupy tho menagerie tent. A better or more pleasing show could not begot together, and tho popular verdict places W. W. Colo at tho head of the procession as t'-greatest showman of the country. Huch'.as of the many failures in our line of will W. W. Colo's Colossal Shows are business and offer be for a short time bargains in nil deprepared to coining, and will exhibit at Frankfort partments. Tuesday, Mayo. That Mr. Cole has the Diamonds, from tho large solitaire to greatest show now on tho road is about frankly admitted by both the press and tho small, cluster atWatches, tho price of fine imitations; public The surpassing excellence of fsl1 nwl aflirat. nil A ttmiflitun in ooth tvinlrnj. nis entertainments, winch exceed in Silverware of the latest styles; Solid extent and variety of interesting and Silver spoons at a trifle above the value novel features anything heretofore of the silver; Plated spoons and forks presented in the circus line, is It .thoroughly attested. The exhibitions at les than half tho regular price. and will pay you to visit Lexington given under a mamomth canvas are inspect our stock If you can't come unique in character and abounding hi in person write for prices on anything startling feats, comprising over sixty distinct acts, performed in succession you desire. Otih W. Snyder. in the rings and upon the olevated Lexington, Ky. 2t e stage, The circus features, old-tim- The Unequaled Entertainment Given by Cole's Colossal Shows. the Vicinity of Lexington. We have taken advantage of some ,! ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. 49r The genuine has above trndo mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. cwlfbr PIMHTH CHEMICAL CO., nALTIKORI, BB. Xk I CIRCUS CONSOLIDATION. To Builders SEALED until and Contractors. - 1 -- AN PROPOSALS WILL BF. RF.CEIVED the 3d Monday in May, for the erection of a new jail for r'ranUm county, according to tne plans ot aicuonaia nros., now niea .11 trie county court clerk'i office, the court resering to iuelt the right to reject any or all bids which may be presented. K A. THOMSON', Coti Judge. apr.i8t I CONGRESS OF WONDERS, -- COMPBISINC &STBA1T NOTICE. Fhanki.in County, Set. nTAKEN UPAS ESTRAV 1IY JOHN WALLACE, 1 a farmer living on the Frankfort & Owentnn Turnpike, about eight miles, fruin Frankfort, in Frank 11 II! UK SHOWS II THE WOULD! Greater, Grander and Richer than any other Exhibition on Earth. Soda water, mead, and ice cream at J. Weitzeljr's. - Go and see R Rogers' now lot of baby buggies. lin county, one hay horc, bout ten ears fild, marked with sore back ana white spot on end of the nose and valued by the undersigned, justice of the peace ol Franklin county, at fifty dollar. Witness my hand this April 13, 1885. JOHN W. UOHANNAN.y. '. F. C. Apr. i8-i- 45 STERLING AND NOVEL ACTS Is tilt Circus Slags anl on as oaoraoas EtSVATlD 0XA3I, by hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main strcot, oppofl4-t- f. site Dr. Duvnll's residence. Sal-yer- If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's FOE8ALE. OFFKK rOKSALKTHK I now tesidc, corner l.ojan South Fiankfurt. 1 will sell For p.tit cu'.irs, app'y on the T 1 Tie Clief Champion of every Nation 12-BEN- UIXE House and Lot. I'LACE ON J. In prodigious jorforsuMM. BEDOUIN ARABS-- 12 Til sapremsly Bare-bac- Examinn cash prices at L. It. Marshall's Puro Burbank potatoes at Mastin Bros' for (50 cts. per bushel A bargain in fine gold watches and French marble clocks at Philip Sol-bort'- Or to 1). McCarty at the Yeoman Office. tim. Mccarty, and Carnphell Streets, as a wlio.e or in lots. premises. WHICH GreaUst Living UlcyoUsts k Eiders, s. Gymnasts. Acrobats. Athletes, Wrestlers, Tumblers, Leasers and Grotesque Circus Celebrities, K ller-Skate- rs, and Ceillng-Walker- THE MEXICAN EXHIBITION!! BmUsUo BetSH 0! Wfl4 Uft, tto. ."I 5AXS0N, tbe LAR&EST ELEPHANT AL17S. Actual Zzptau, $3,000 7X3 SAT, rata er iMae. s, good butcher stuff on hand, i)ich,they wish f;osell, will recely.b (tho' highest; markot prices by calling bit Ma?K Solvers, 223 Main ' street. . fl4-t- f. Farmer; having " real ii tho jeweler. Men Think . i 1 i , they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. walks a THE HORSE BLONDIN! That 20 feet In the Air. rope Tight- LIVIHfi TWO HEADED COW !!I STUPENDOUS! ADMISSION, HKADS. EYIS. HORNS. Cheap John is selling goods nt bankrupt prices, in Odd Follows building. I MOUTHS. MAGNIFICENT!! CENTS. CHILDREN UNDER SUPERB!!! 50 0, HALF PRICK. ' & 1 mrf-.: . kw&L&tiLtiUikJt l.; .l&Jkz.Lk . .w ,...Aefeagi. . t ....AJa. ?": , MrtA'ai .xam SSffn ,"w )' I ' M' " ' ' fx., -- l 1 I T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. A Card. Articles of Incorporation The Dangers of Blood Poisoning. 8ince the death of President Garfield, there seems to have been an increase in the number of recorded cases of blood poisoning. A few weeks at?o the Rev. Noah Schenck, D. D, of Brooklyn, had an n operation performed on his foot, set in and death ensued. If a man be in good health, a wound heals rapidly; if the blood is corrupt, it is slow to heal. Impure blood irritates and inflames the whole system. It follows, then, if the blood purifying organs are deranged since every particle of blood courses through these organs over one hundred times an hour in a very short time the blood poison must destroy all vitality. In the winter season Nature deg food; in the spring mands she sets up a cooling process; and, to accompllsn this, she ordains that the change from winter to summer shall k gradual: if her laws were never violated this provision would be they are violated, therefore, we must furnish her help in this spring g time: otherwise the seeds of disease remain within us. Blood is made in the stomache; it is purified by the skin, lungs, liver and kidneys. During a long, cold winter, the liver and kidneys aie overworked; the consequence is that in the spring these organs are prostrated; the prostration is indicated by extremely dull, heavy feelings and a weariness which seems to go to the bone; headaches, furred tongue, lack of appetite, itching and discolored skin, mental irritability, depression 01 spirits, ueuruigiu puma, convulsions, emus anu iever, "iiium-ria.- " These little irregularities of feeling are Nature's warnings; if neglected, disease may get the upper hand If you introduce into the blood a little kidney and liver poison, you can artificially produce the above symptoms; It follows, therefore, that to remove them, vitality must be restored to those blood purifying organs. If they omnot perform their work no amount of medicine taken for other organs can have any permanent effect in the system. Brigadier-Genera- l D. H. Bruce, business manager of the Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal in 1883, found that he was not comintr through the spring in crood form: he was not sick, but only out of condition; to the timely use 01 a lew bottles of Warner's safe cure, however. he attributed recovery of constitutional tone,and undoubtedly warded off some chronic disorder. This preparation is not a cure-a- ll it claims to restore the g organs to natural vitality; by so doing, it not only cures, but prevents blood corruption and disease. If you doubt its power, ask your friends: millions have heard of it. 'hundreds of thousands have used it and commend it The ill feelings of spring time are caused by a more or less poisoned condition of the blood; a condition which grows warse by neglect, and finally maysend one to the grave. One day a young physician discovered on his nose what turned ont to be a malignant ulceration: the blood virus attacked his brain and killed him. A prominent merchant of apparently average health died suddenly the other aav: an examination snowed that one kidney, entirely decayed, had terribly t Had this Eoisoned the blood in time, he might have lived to the full "three score and infla-matioheat-makinsufl-cient; house-cleaninblood-purifyin- r OP THE Editor Roundabout : Bridgeport and Benson Depot Turn Having been strongly solicited by pike Road Company many good citizens for several months, and lately by "many voters,'.' to be- ART. t. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES- come a candidate to represent Frank- IX ents that the undersigned R. D. Armstrong, L. P C. W. lin county in the lower branch in the Hulette. lohn U Hamilton, Wilder whnm.lli.tf Armstrong, and any General Assembly, I announce myself Taylor, W. O. with them, have this othei formed them day may associite a candidate. selves irtoa bodv corporate under the name and style of the Bridgeport and Benson Drpot Turnpike Road I am not a candidate for public for printer, nor the candidate of any man, Company, from the purpose of constructing a turn Bridgeport to Benson Depot (said pike road from clique, or ring; therefore, if elected, I road to be 30 feet wide, with la feet mettle), and Road will be free to work for the good of the thereto Intersect the Devil's Hollow TurnpikeFrankat or near the residence of John Polsgrove, in county and State. .Respectfully, lin county. Anr. a. The principal places of transacting busi S. P. Smith. nessshall be at Bridgeport and Benson Depot, in JOHN T. BUCKLEY DEALER lN- T O "V E SS S Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron Enameled Ware,' Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Special Mischief Is Wrought by bad cooking, tough meats, late hours, business worries. Irregular livers, sour dlsnosltions. evil digestion and impure blood. Much of this mischief can be overcome by the use of Brown's Iron Bitters the best tonic ever made. Mrs Emile Crawford, Beidsville, Ga., writes, "After trying Brown's Iron Bitters we are persuaded that It is all that it claims to be a good and reliable tonic.'' Thousands ofothers speak in like manner. , 'w fittorjiey-at-Ijaru)- . block, J53 Main directors, from whom a majority shall annually select a President; and snld Board shall annually select a Secretary and Treasurer. Snld Board shall be elected annu Uy by the stockholders. Art. 5. The officersbeof said Company shall have contracted with; to sue and to contract and esued; to acquire lands or other thirgs by purchase, donation, or otherwise, as is now required by law. Art. 6. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the company shall subject itself shall be the actual cost of construction said road. Art 7. The private property of members shall not be subject to the debts ot the company. Art. 8. Tne holders of shares in said road may transfer the same by assignment as other personal property is assigned. R. D ARMSTRONG, Franklin county. Art. 3. The capital stock of said company shall not exceed 810,000, divided in shares of twenty-fivdollars, ts be paid nt such times and in such sum as the Board of Directors may require the ame. The corporation shall comment e on this day and continue lor thirty years from this date. Art. 4, The officers shall ronsist of a board of five e i 'ST , , Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! Give me acall. V Job Work of AH Kinds promptly attended to. WILL Court street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and prompt attention given to them. ap.18.3m. W. Craddock, of Appeals PRACTICE 'IN ALL THE COURTS in Franklin and adjoining counties, and Office in the same room with (i. in Mansion House April April t8.-4t- 3d, 18:5. HUL.G1T& J.B.HAMILTON. WILDER DUPUY, C. W. TAYLOR, W. G. ARMSTRONG. L.. V, . Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR STATU SENATOR. We are authorized to announce A. G. BRAWNER a candiJate for State Senator, in this, the 20th District, subject to the action of the Democratic W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY party. FOR ASSESSOR. We are author ixedXo announce ROBERT SAN-FOR- D as a candidate for reelection to the office uf Assessor, subject to tho action of tbe Dem- DRY GOODS. HOW, CROCKED FERGUSON -- & MEEK FIXTURES . l , WILL REPAIR YOUR- - ( CLME I cordially invite you to call an. .AMtninemy New and Fresh Stock of.Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY POMPS, GAS PIPE ocratic party. We are authorized to Announce JAMES K. 0'IIARA as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin oonnly, subjeot to the action of tbe SepS.tf. ALSO ANY MACHINERY, AND party. Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W.H. HAWK INS at a candidate for Assessor of Franklin-countsubjeot to the aotion of the Demooratlo DR. J. S. COLLINS, Otto Mali Strut, Sept. ao-i-y. DBITTISl1. IB Guarantee You a Saving of Ten Per Cent For cash. Having the best and : party. We We are authorized to announoe LEWIS (JARROD as n candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n county, subjeot the aotion of the Democratic over Buy larrett't Hiwi Depot, Frankfort, Kentucky. MOST : COMPLETE SET : OF : TOOX--S I 1885. 188S. In the city enables then to offer this inducement. K. FOR COUNTY CLERK. SIDE STORE ! are authorized to announce JOHN S. TOE SOUTH HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of We are authorized to announoe GEORGE S. GREEN as a oadidate for Clerk of the Fran Win County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Paints, Oili and Artist Material, We are authorized to announce LEE A. OWEN ts a oandidate for Clerk of tbe Frank- And is headquarters for tools and impression paper for lin County Couit, subjeot to the aotion of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. are authorised to announce J AS. A. VIO-LET- T Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. as a candidate for to tbe office of County Attorney, subject to the action TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 of tbe Democratic party. JOS. LeCOMPTE. We are authorized to announce BEN. G. WILLIAMS asa candidate for County Attorney, P. C. HUGHES. CHAS. P. EX I'M, Attomty-at'Lasubject to the action of the Democratic Party. We DEW PLANINU MILL. Chosapeftlce DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently his Establishment added to First-Cla- ss u FUR THE Ohio Riilmy J & HEW YORK. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST Planing Mill, IBIGTOH ONLY LI PHIUDELPHIA. Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of REPOUSSE WORK Sadi, Boors, Blinds, F?ames( Molding ALSO I NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS RUNNING roa ! Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- f. Gotten out in the Beat Style. I Turnin A SOLID TRAIN raoM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFOET, WM. CROMWELL Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky. ' precautions as are herein indicated, we may be said to drive a nail in our coffin. The blood .is poisoned every day: if it is not purified every day, untimely death is Inevitable. ten." Every day we neglect to take such FOR REPRESENTATIVE. & Attorney-at-Laware authorized to announce R, C. CHURCH as a oandidate for Representative of AND Franklin County in the next Legislature, sub CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH, ject to tho action of the Democratic party. . FABrTBAINSFOB We are authorized to announce S. I. M. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP XTZSTT MA.TOR as n, AAndlclnta far RunrMnnlillva nf Franklin and tbe adjoining counties, and Office opposite Farmer's Bank. Fmnklln oountv in tho nest Lmrlalntiim. .11K. will also gire special attention to tbe purchase THK. DIRECT ROUTE TO ject to the action of the Demooratlo party. Representing 20 Lending American and and sale of real estate, collection of rent, Office claims, and tbe negotiation of loans. Foreign Companies. Danville, Norfolk, We EXUM HUGHES General Insurance Agents, , WASHINGTON CITY. RalEtsvttA;.xit, 25-ly. 70BE. - FOR JAILER. GORDON as a candidate for tbe offico of Jailer ui irautuu vvuiiijr, cuujeui iu me notion ni me Oyer $100,000,000 Assets Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. opposite Court House. Lynchburg, ! June AND ALL There was a lively game of baseball played on the Sandbar Sunday afterDealers in all kinds of noon between two nines made up of We are authorized to annonnoe HENRY MITCHELL as a of boys and Water Works hands. lin county, subjectcandidate for jailer tbe Frank- Coffe$j Tea, C&nnea Fruits, Pure Sp.ces draw to tbe action of DemFive innings were played and so sharp ocratic party. And everything in the grocery line at was the work that not a score was We are authorized to announoe AUS. ROBINgot further than first SON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. unade nor a man county, subjeot base. party. OT Democratic party. Losses Promptlr Adjusted And Fairly Paid Wo arc authorized to announce THOS. E. jan.3'iy. DAILEY as a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subject to the aotion of the Democratic SAN FRANCISCO TEA & COFFEE COMPANY, party. Choice KINDS Coal Cheap. VIB6IIU 6 I0BTH GARDLIIA FOIITS GXO. B. MACSIiXN, Dec.B-- f Informatl- n, to For tickets DOUBLE SCREENED your nearest ant further or address, apply ticket office, ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full W..I.DKM, W.E. ARNOLD, Weight, Bottom Prices. Ticket Agent. Advertising Agt., 226 Avtnur Louisville, Telephone. connection No. 36. C. W. SMITH,Fourth H. W. FULLER, Ky Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, FRANKFORT. KY. Richmond. Virginia. to tbe action of the Democratic BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! located for .sale stable. . Foe Bent. A large stable, well tLouievilleTobacco Market. Waters. a livery, training or Apply to John T. party. IP. anttlnvtoait n an ...... 1ITDIU SMOOTas a oandidato for Jailer of Franklin county, suDjcci to me action or tbe Demooratlo J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. TUTT'S 4K Tke We Are authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin oounty, subjeot to tho aotion of the Demooratlo T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK-- 1 fort in a few days with a full line of samples. Please reserve your orders. We offer this Spring a larger stock than usual of J. J. PETERSON. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, FURNISHED BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO HOUSE. WARE- party. We I Louisville, Ky., April 22, 1885. Sties for one week to date 2,893 hhds. Sales since Jan. 1st 43,272 hhds. Our market this week has been very regular, both on Burley and dark tobacco. The fine tobacco season of the past few days will no doubt be followed by very large receipts and it is generally expected that Burley tobacco will lose some of its recent .advance. The position of dark tobacco is sufficiently strong to maintain prices even with very heavy receipts. We quote HURLEY TOBACCO. , $3.50 to $4.00 4.00 to 0.00 4.50 to 5 50 6.00 to 8.00 Bright Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . 6.50 to 7.50 Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 7.50 to 95 Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.50 to 13.00 13.00 to 18.00 iFine Leaf. Colory Trash Common Lugs Dark Trash are authorized to announce JOHN T. EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY WATERS as a oandidato fur Jailer of Frank-li- n T AM PREPARED TO DO ANY KIND OF LAND es establishment. Strawberry and general county, subjeot to the aotion of the DemoSurveying at short notice. Address me at Jett P. 1 on application to cratic party. O., Franklin county, Ky. H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. mar.i'tf. TOM K. I -- ereby announce myself a oandidate for reFeb. election to the office of Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of the Demooratlo DAN EHEEHAN. party. ! We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin oounty, subject to tho aotion of the Demooratlo TS PREPARED TO GIVE LESSONS ON THE 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either at party. the residence of the pupil or at his home, on Lewis We are authorized to nnnounoe ROBT. STONE is beautiful, all as a oandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, skin ; street, in the old Weltiel House building. jan.i7-t- f. subjeot to the aotion of tbe Demooratlo Party. nobody We are authorized to announoe NOAH GOINS WllQNrS INDIAN VEGETAILE PlLlf how as a oandidate for Jailer of Franklin county, is wo jam subjeot to the aotion nf tbe Demooratlo party cata-CKuf. GRAPE VINES, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! Ortatntllsdical Trlnmpfc f tht Apt Patala YrltfilNlliTT JETT. wltk sv Call SMiatlis la tk ih akaalaara suk saM Pala aasUv tka with MaaasVallaaM after Mtlajr. xartlaaaf aaar arailit aslla-laellaatla- ata INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC " Many a Lady but her iraaaMt ta mea aanffloffMlinvastOAttoatfhiliafaiaNr. KYirSZZ-lilZSXhZl'toiTHZiTi TCTT' V1IA0 are speWly aoaBU one dot fMta gji Iljahlr calara Oris AAafalTlsVATIOM. V -- FOR COUlfTYSOHOOI, SUPERINTENDENT ' We are authorised to announce LAZARUS P. HULB CTE ai a oandidate for County Superintendent of Common Sahooli. inMn tn tho aotion of tbe Demooratlo party. and has ever told her easy it t6 put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. And all Bilious Complaints SBVJ. LIVER ''. n.r iW WUtlVaM akSRIMMa Biaok by a slnala appUoatlaa ar tatsbi ItlmptutiaaatMUaolor.Mts Waataaeoasly. ohl fc pntgM$t r tent by earns oaraMlpcefjM. GLoaai Obi ev.- - !iKSWliir omMt mvrrmj mt seejw Tra ', i i . f . ... - i m Ti i iiiiiiiBiiiiiii i inn nniiii-.iiinwii- miMwiiiiiili iiiriiiiniirrrirnrTnnMrCTiiffnrMrnniBnl imi'wi'i'imi i 'awn'wo tr u ftij fYSrH vi,i nunuunni s niiwiwr As a Councilman, I Mad Purchas- us for the Oity, Approved my Own Accounts, and Received the Pay. Editor Roundabout : Your correspondent, in speaking of Mr. Church as a representative in the City Council of Frankfurt, failed to give one act of his that would entitle him to a seat in the Legislature. The writer took a look through the record, and found many things that aillrmod the truth of Mr. Church's capacity as a business man. No friend ever looks up a candidate's record to condemn it That always arises from a searcli by those opposing him. This fact ought to be patent to every one. An official's acts are public property. The records make them such, and they alone speak the truth, no matter who may say otherwise. Accounts were presented to the Council of Frankfort by Mr. Church while ho was a member of the body, allowed and paid by warrant drawn in his favor on the City Treasurer. Every account against the Fire Department is approved by himself They can be seen at the Clerk's office He cannot deny his own signature FIKE DEPARTMENT. TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, time tabic will this point. lie in cITcct on January t, the following the I.. & N. R. K. (or The conductors and brakemen say 85' that Jett is doing more business than any station between Louisville and Lexington, witli the exception of Frankfort, in regard to freight. m A K AND COMBINATION. ftfl THE ROUNDABOUT AND THE LOUISVILLE L, ritAINH SOUTH. W. O. T. U. Notes. The "Woman's Christian Temperance Union meets every Wednesday afternoon in the chapel of the Christian Church. Tho hour of meeting lias been changed from three o'clock to four. Let all attend who can. Drunkenness is the root of all evil, and the rot of all good. Yonge. The Hon. Samuel J. Tilden has do nated $.i()0 to the W. C. T. U. of Yon- kers. Every day's experience tends more and more to confirm me in my opinion that the temperance cause lies ait the root of all social and political reform Richard Cobtlen. According to Richardson not one of the transmitted wrongs, physical or mutual, is more certainly paxsed on to those yet unborn than the wrongs which are inflicted by alcohol. Dnre Dare Dnre Dare to to to to be n Daniel, Bland alone, have a purpose Arm, make it known. TJtEUE'H DANCIEIt. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- No. No, No. No. 24 17 . . ... Leave Frankfort. . . Arrive at Louisville, 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:iS ' M 7:14 r. M. ji 10 C. ... KO, 6:00 A. M. 8:iO A. M. ' 1:35 l M. . . , . . . , . One year for only Ja 00 Two papers for little more than the price of one. I'. M. TBAINH VUIIT1I. No. 18 5:40 I'. M. .Nu.ai 2:15 P.M. No. .4 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 r. m. p. m. No. 10 C, UO. . . . 9:25 p. M. 7:13 Trains No. 24 anil 21 both connect for Cincinnati, noon, and 7:15, l M. Tram arriving there at 1:15 No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Ancnor.ige for Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 0:15 a. M.,and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. m., will carry pais timers hetween Franklortand Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and s8 are Sunday trains only. K. P. BKVAN, Agent. Leave Louisville. 7:00 a. ..'. Frankfort. 10:17 a. ..1. Leave has the laraMt Democratic circulation ofnnyNnwM-ptipein A.tnricu. Those who dsire to examine a sample cony of the Courltr-.- f ournul can do so nt this office. The Weekly Nuwupnper oft he the.Rftr'Mtntsitive and a South, Democratic and theforbest, Tnrlfr for brightest and only, Tfvenni wiM'lcly In the United States. ablest family Courier-Journ- Rv paying us Ji.no you will receive for one year your homr paper with the Courier-- Icmrnnl. . r Kentucky Central Railroad'. "BLJEGRASROUTE Shortest and Quickest route from (JENTUAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TO NTS Maria Williams, alias Maria Webber, a white woman, was arrested in this Ity Tuesday on the charge of bigamy, by Deputy Sheriff Dan Meagher, and taken to Woodford county Wednesday for trial. (10HTH. EAST WEST, UNO SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. 12ST, 1884. Under this head will be found items Dr. Lighthnll is having a wagon amounting in all to a little over two built for use upon the streets of the thousand dollars. These were all paid to C. Church and all of them cities lie visits that will cost him $10, are.Mr. It approved by him. 000. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. iently fitted up, elaborately ornamented, and inlaid with tri le gold. It is to be large, rooinytg conven- WATEIt DEPARTMENT. Frankfort Council, No. 7, Royal Templars of Temperance, will meet at the photograph gallery of Mr. II. G. Mittern on Monday evening at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of tlio no members is desired as there will be an ed Councilman should become interestin any contract with the City whilst initiation of a candidate. in otllce, the making of which was connected with his official duty during Rev. Geo. W. Riggan, D. D., a his continuance in oflleo,"yet his name prominent minister in the Baptist is attached to all the accounts. "Truth." Church and pastor of the Forks of Elkhorn Church, died at his home Antioch. near Louisville on Saturday morning, after a painful illness with meningetis. Ruth, the infant child of Frtmk and Laura Moore, as buried at Antioch . A brilliant youth remarked Tuesday last Sunday evening. night, while witnessing the operations Mr. Henry Spalding says the thunof the Indian doctor and enjoying the der scared his clock so bad thai it music of his band, that it was very stopped running. Was it Henry or strange ttiat a man "who apparently the clock that was scared? Messrs. Boone and Duncan were cared so little for money as Dr. Light-ha- ll should be willing to sell his life caught out in the storm Friday night and had to unhitch their horses from for ten cents. lie has since died sud- the wagon and let them take care of denly. themselves, while they took refuge in .. . M r. Geo. Roach's house. Our regular Bridgeport letter came was organized at A Sunday-schoto hand as usual this week, but before" Antioch last Sunday with Bro Joe it could be put in typo was Mown out Roberts as Superintendent. Now will come of an open window into the street and the parentsschool forward and try and a success? "Where make the lost. We regret the accident exceed- there's a will there's a way." Do your ingly as our correspondent at that place duty. seldom fails to send in a readable Our neighborhood was visited last Friday night by a heavy hail storm, letter. accompanied by thunder and lightning Col. Thos B Ford received on that was awful but sublime. The rain also Thursday the following response to a that followed wasthe a very hard one newly plowed and damaged letter of inquiry as to the probable ground to nome extent. The hail was time at which the Government build the largest that we remember to have ever seen. ing would be completed : Mr. Hiram Penn, accompanied by TRKASIJRV DKl'ARTMr.NT, Mrs. Hurst, while on their way home IIITECT, O Tier. OF SlTKKV s xo from Frankfort one day last week, Apiil Mt! 1SS5. J came near having a very serious acciMr. Thomas D. Ford, Clerk, DMrict dent. The horse attached to the wagand Circuit Court, Frankfort, Ky : on became unruly and backed the Sik: Yours of the 10th inst. is wagon through the fence at Mr. Roach's, throwing Mr. Penn out and received. Every effort will be made to com- bruising his face very much. Mrs. 11. plete the Federal building at Frankfort, was fortunately not in the wagon at Ivy., at the earliest possible day, and the time. it is hoped that the work will be entirely finished by September next. Jett. Very respectfully. M. K IJKMi, W. T B. South was in this neighborSuper vin imj A reh itect. hood last Thursday. Elder Thornberry. of Indiana, visitMr. John T. Waters wants his friends he is still in the race ed "Excelsior" lat Tuesday. to remember that Mr. Hiram Berry's fine mare dropfor Jailer, and will bo in the lead at It. ped a colt last Tuesday by Onward. the finish. Farmers are now busy plowing up their wheat for corn. Oats have nearAn Equine Wonder. ly all been sown. To show the extent to which the Two of Mr. Thos. Bedford's thorough horse is susceptible of training, it is bred Bates heifers dropped calves last only necessary to visit W. W. Cole's week by Duke of Harrington. They colossal shows and watch the horse are worth $250 apiece. Bloudin in his unparalleled feat of In the case in the Woods, not in stretched twenty equity, of Green Taylor versus Charles walking a tight-rop- e ground. Every body Minor, the jury said: Uncle Charlie, feet above the you stay tliar in that house. that sees it declares it a marvel. ol Thfs account includes items amounting to:tnore than seven hundred dollars Thus we find a purchasing agent for a municipality having the accounts made out in his own name, approving the name an correct, and securing the money for them is a trustee for the dear people. At said time an ordinance was in force and provided that Write it on the liquor htore, Write it on the prison tloor, Writo it on tho gin shop line. Write aye. write this wonderful line: "Wnere tliore's drink there's danger.'' Write it on ttie work houe gate, Write it on tne school hoy's slate, Wtite it in the copy book, That the young may on it look: "Where them's drink there's danger."' Writo it on tho church yard mound, W.uro tho drntk-jlai- n do id are found, rite it on the gallow.i high, Write it for all passers by: ,l here there's drink there's danger." Write it underneath your feet, Up nnd down the long street; Writo it for the great and small, In tho mansion, cot and hall; "Where there's drink there's danger.'' "Write it on tho ship, which sail, Bjrne alo.i by storm and gale; Write it in large letters plain. r a r, r . "ss: .?!? a 73 2.0 ? I isias.a.S's.S - iW ro.t C. 2I"V . o . m 0 w CO 0 op-i-- M m m 03 3 UIU1H OO v y y y m u 53 j'C U 23 O 2333 i in 8-5 ZOt CM OsUi -3 n U - Siiub vc ocv) o 3233 m 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 OUlUlU M M 0 w 5 3-- - a a a a a a o 333 333 33 33 33333 O'er our h'lid and past the main: "Whore there's drink there's danger.'' -- Advertised Letters. Cuter, Thos Drive, How rd I'.ivi. J Jewell Drawuer, R T H'ackburn, Lullis II .3 i". rm 5.1 -- - ' 3 a rr n o rr i " ' r, p -- rr w 3 53 Cahcll, lolm D oley. R L 3 Dunn, Jo'mi S ahe.irs. J W 5 3 3 a p' Hugh's, Frank Hrivlriv, Martha Ci.iiu., l,ae, Ruth Mnllie hatiford,Sue Thoma. Omy Taj lor, lane Tracy, Henrv Shackle) rl, Nathan Trobaugh, V P West, Mrs Jennie Wallace, John Walker, Uanie' MagriiuVr. Sue Neusun, Alfie Kos, Tom Smith. Georje Mes, John Charley l.o Willi., ChrNtouher Manuel, Mike Nixson, Lte I'.uc on, hron Simpnn, Eddie Ru h, J W S nitli, Mam Slieley, t ) ivi.i Thoinpxw, Ralph I'racy, Manic Wagner, C L Wood, J .lines WclNoii, Willie Wm A II irris, Lavina Hugne. W H MUlAUw M ) M M U) J VI i, a a a a a a 2 -- la a 33I 00N , - 8' c Pi v. 33 3 33 0Ol O Ulfl S 'nB 3UiDuiO3ln rtO 35 a a a a aa a a a a ?.0 COM CO4 "Z 33 y Ul 3333 M . N li 3 C V J. U -w -3 3 m M s: 33 3 Zeeiner, Mary. Persons calling for the above letters will please say "advertised" and give date of list. Z KU1 uu Ljni'i ' j. -- u,u 5 o j o oui e cooCMi6 jowjc 3 3 '3 3 j - a a ; a a 332323l33'3333 !33323 UUU o -- -- w MAVSVILLU IiKANCH. No. 51, Djily. L. Sun. J. G. Hatch itt, P. M North-Houn- $25 REWARD! TJROM NER T one LIGHT HAY MARE, about 15 hands high, tu o white hind feet, tai ig foreluul, he ivy ma e and tail; will foil about first d.iy of Inly. I'his mare has been missing since April 4. The abme reward will be cheerfully p .id to any one returning the marc to JOHN l MURPHY, Frankfort, Ky. Ev. Sun. 3 STUAYKO Ol J STOLEN THE FORKS OF ELK HORN, Arr Millerburg Arr Mavsville, South-Boun- I.ve. Covitigton Lve. Lexington . Lve. Kiri'. . . . . . 7.33 a iu m 9.00 a m 9 43 a m 10 30 a m .1 cop Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson . . . . 8 15 8 40 a 4 3 m 5.20 p 111 5 47 P ' 6.09 p m 7.00 p m 7 45 P m m P ni NOTICE. j A Daily. Fx. Sun . E. No. 54 Daily. Sun. 111 L"e. Maysville ALL PERSONS IN'DI'IM'KD TO THF. FIRM 09 p m 01N F. 0. T RICHARDSON' are hereby Arr. Paris. . . . 35 Pm cop m notified to come forward ulnl settle by the first of Arr. Lexington. . May, 1885, or their accounts will be placed in the Arr. Covington . 35pm hands of an officer for colle tion N K RICHARDSON. April it at. NOTE. Train No 3 runs daily from Knoxulle, Winchester, and Lexington toCinington. Train Nn. runs via Le!nj;ton and Pari, and not A v'n Winchesteran Paris, lolmsoii Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg I.e. fi.30 a m 7 31 a in 7 44 a m 8 10 a ni 9.10 a m 11.30 a m 5 45 .1 m I.I5P 5a p m 47Pm TYPE 108 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ALLISON A SMITH. Fit NK IIIS' 1 Train No 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexing-toand Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knox-vill- n POUNDIIY, t t'nbovp foundry. Tho type on which this paper I printed It from Koitoh Itoi'Nnsiioi-- r. Horse and Jack cards and bills neatly and promptly executed at the Kounda-bo- nt office. Lexington and Paris No. 52, daily except Sunday, eave Pari. 8!20 A. M; arrive Lexington, 9:10 A.M. No 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:10 P. M.; arrive Pari., 5:5 P. M. Fast Line. Nos, 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, betucen Cincinnati, and Richmond Va. and Winchester and Washington, I). C. Through Tickets and lla;.'gai;e Checked to any destination reached by a railr ad, S. I II. r.is'r .W. SMITH, Agt Covmctoii, Ky. MORSE, W. H. W1UTTLF.SEV, " "" "Sl'i Lexington. Ky. Cen'l Manager. H.W. FULLER, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. i v, I SlllI ; . IHLimiE MM - 1J8T! 1 I & I For two weeks from date, on receipt of price, we will send any of the following articles by express or mail, charges prepaid, and cheerfully refund the full purchase money on the return of any article mentioned, if returned in 30 days from time of the purchase: ft 14 K. CHATTAIN WATCH ENGRAVED & ENAMELED 17 DOLLARS ONE PAIR Solitaire Diamond Ear Rings, white stones, medium size, $17.50. OITE SOLITAIRE DIAMOND EAR RINGS, LARGE SIZE, $65. Z3P-A- .I SOLITAIRE DIAMOND LACE PIN, $25. 11 (Stone -- Cluster Diamond ing, white stones, first class, $40. paste-boar- d Measure the finger with piece of writing paper, or tfut hole in guarantee a fit. exact size, and we Solid Gold Spectacles, 82.75, S3.50, $4.00, and $5.00 per pair. Instructions how to order mailed tree. 100 Latest style Ladies' Lace Pins 75 cents each, worth $1.50 to $2.00 each. In ordering describe style desired and we will please you. 150 pair Bracelets, worth from $6 to $15 per pair, tor $2.50. We can suit the most fastidious. Solid Silver Tea and Table Spoons, plain and fancy patterns, $1 35 per ounce; initials engraved free. Rogers' Tea Spoons $iJ5 per set; Table Spoons $2,30 per set by mail free on receipt of price. Triple Plate Knives and Forks $2.60 per dozen, express pre-paid. iH Where money is sent in advance, I shall take special pains to fill the order satisfactorily. It is my interest, as well as my duty, to do this. In case the goods are unsatisfactory, they should be returned in 30 days after date of receipt. In case of return, I will send other goods, or return the money, whichever may be desired. I wish to deal squarely and honestly with all, but more especially do I intend to exert my extra efforts to please those who send their money in advance. Do not hesitate, therefore, to let me know of any cause for dissatisfaction, and if I fail to remedy it, do not hesitate to request your money back ; it will be returned as cheerfully as it was received. I would far rather have your respect and return your money than retain your money and lose your respect. 1 m M iWM tZA H m Full assortment of the finest plated ware at one half the regular price All Kinds of Jewelry and Siver-war- e Made to Order. LEXINGTON, OTIS W. IfcTo. SNYDER, IfcTortih. TTpper Street KENTUCKY. I