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Number 35 v td mi V W t her ola friends in this section, has returned hime. Mrs. Jennie Allen, nee Armstrong, and children, of Lexington, are, visit-- . ing her father's family. The Franklin County Teachers Association convened in regular session in Frankfort Public School building last Saturday at 11 o'clock. V. P. Hunter in the Chair. Messrs. James Sledd and Sam Card-we- ll gladdened the "hearts of at least two yoang' ladies in this burg last Sunday evening by their presence. P. D. Read, who has been visiting his father's family for several weeks, has returned to his home From the grief manifested by some of the young- ladies in this section, awe should judge that his departure was very trying to their young atfections. Cheer up, girls, he'll be back again. Col T. B. Ford's address on the sub ject "The best means to enlist teacn-er- s in the cause of education,'.' was a masterly effort, clearly demonstrating the fact that teachers are more vto blame for the poor pay received and the inefficiency of the schools than any other class, of persons. If every one interested in the cause of education as who is not? would but use one half the efforts he is putting forth in this direction, what a glorious revival there would be in this matter. iMie's Katie Shipp's essay on the school teacher, was read with her usual elegance and grace, cle rly evincing the fact that she is worthy the name teacher. This being the regular day for the election of officers, the following were chosen to serve for the ensiling year. Thos. Hunter, President; Miss Katie C. H Parrent, Shipp, Secretary; Miss Maggie Innes, Assistant Secretary. Committee on programme, Messrs. Ford and Fears and Miss Katie Shlpp. Miftr iKatle Shipp was also chosen to conduct the Educational column in the Roundabout. The following were jchosen as tdele-to the State Teacher's Association ?fates 'held in Lexington, in July: o be Misses Katie Shipp and Maggie Innes and Messrs. Ford, Fears, Hunter, Frank Johnson and C. H. Parrent Vice-Preside- nt; and delighted an people In the company are all evidently fresh from Europe, and they give a performance full of amusement and free from any obCorn is coming up very well. jectionable features. The ladles present enMrs. Ella Parrent is still improving. joyed the programme quite as much as their Blankets and overcoats have been in escorts. The entertainment was opened by the singing of the Tyrolese choir, who'gave demand this week. some very sweet and pretty Tyrolean songs The frost did some damage to beans, and chants. The voices are strong and good tomatoes, &c. and the .selections were excellent. Mile. Ada Laurent, a transformation Several of the boys from this place some remarkable characterdauseuse, gave her engaged in working on tho reser- changes of costume being made dances,lightare with voir at Frankfort. Mr. Patrick Feeny, "the ning speed. Rev. T. N. Arnold, pastor, will shaughraun of Celtic minstrelsy," in his songs (reach in Bridgeport Christian Church and dances, displayed an unusual order of talent. Mr. Fitz and Miss Webster are at 11 o'clock. musical geniuses and comedians of remarkaat Mrs. Mary Jen- ble talent. The passage Singing between kins. All are invited to attend. S'Jaquarine," the female swordsman, and Mr. Churchill Bailey is very much Capt. Engelbrecht, was a fine exhibition, "JaqUarine" is a very handsome woman, better than when we last reported. however, and was much applauded. The Mr. Wm. F. Russell made a business Herbert Brothers, acrobats, gave the most astonishing performance on the carpet 'ever trip to Louisville last week. seen in the theater, and was as beautiful Mr. J. P. Sargent, Jr., and infant as it was astonishing. itMarie Loftus, the daughter are quite sick. Queen of the Loudon Dudes, made a hit, our community and the tableaux finished out a programme No scarlet fever in in which there was not one dull act. as was at first reported The company deserve large audiences. Miss Jennie Cunningham, who has There is nothing objectionable in the whole been spending several weeks visiting evening's programme. Born, May 10th, 1885, to Mr. R. S. There will be n Service of Sonf? at Kingkead and wife, a son. the First Tresbyterinn Church evening at 7 J o'clock. Seats always The announcement of Dr. S. F. Smith as Prohibition candidate for free in this Church. Representative in the next Legislature About 4 o'clock Saturday morning from Franklin county meets with the hearty many of of Judge W. the best approval in of this section. the Champion Saw-mi- ll citizens L. Pence and the store of Mr. Chas. L. King Alcohol has held sway long McKee, in Belle Point, were destroyed enough. Crush out this demon that by fire. There being no means of put- has made so many widows and that ting out fires over there except with orphans and left desolate homes How were once so full of sunshine. buckets, the citizens of that village any parent can stand idly and see could do nothing but watch the flames, tliis state of affairs growing daily and guard their own homes from the worse and worse, if possible, is a mystery not easily solved. Mothers sparks. The hook and ladder com- and sisters, wives and daughters, we pany went over from this city, but call on you to assist in this holy warwero of little service. Judge Pence's fare. And may the time speedily loss is about $10,000, with $7,700 in come when every vestage of this soul destroyer shall be blotted from existsurance. Mr. McKeo's loss on stock is ence. $800, with $500 insurance. Col. John Don't forget to decorate your houses N. Crutcher owned the building in which Mr. McKee's store was located next week. and his loss is $700, with insurance of From Louisville Commerchl.) $G00. In addition to the house Col. A Novelty at Maoauley's Crutcher lost a carriage and some other articles, which were stowed in the The '0!1 Vorld Gem Company," a novelty and variety company, made its lower story, and uninsured. at Macauley's Theater night, Report comes that General Grant's improved health is due to the fact that he is using a "simple vegetable preparation" forwarded by one of our consuls from South America, and sent him by the Surgeon General ! Is th's possible! By an "unauthorized" rem- -' edy? Shocking! A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE Of $15.00 AND OVER. WE DO IT. season has been late, prices in the East have been depressed, and we went into the market late with CASH IN HAND, and bought goods nt prices that were unknown in the history of the trade. We have bought n mammoth stock of Boots, Shoe', Clothing, Hats, zc and wo offer this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None bat THE WHY Bridgeport. And yet, if this "simple vegetable preparation" wero owned and advertised by any one as a specific for this terribledisea.se, certainly' the Surgeon General would not commend it, nor would bigoted physicians prescribe it! Nevertheless, it is a fact that many of the best proprietary medicines of the day, as the late Dr. J. G. Holland stated in Scribnerh Monthly, were more successful than many physicians, and most of them, it should be remembered, were at first discovered or used in actual medical practice. When, however, any shrewd persons, knowing of their virtue and foreseeing their popularity, secured and advertised them, then, in the opinion of the bigoted, all virtue went out of them! Isn't this absurd! We believe that a remedy, if properly made, is just as effective when put up, advertised and sold in bulk, as when doled out to patients at enor last enthusistic audience. The mous expense by their physicians, General Grant is getting better through a simple unauthorized vegetable preparation where is the vaunted exclusive skill of tho medical profes- CASH BUYERS tho Wntch. Our prices.TFe gunrnntee are lower than the same goods can be bought elsewhere. The most of our goods were' in the house and marked in plain figures before we thought of the WATERBURY, and consequently we can not charge you one cent more for the goods will get I If Why not? Vthe Waterbur to-nig- ht at-ar- A Stupendous Project. Editor Roundabout: It is currently rumored that a Commission, consistingoffourmembersnfthc County Court of Fmnklin.will shortly go to New York City to negotiate thesale of Donds to enable the county to purchase a new bell. The time for the Commission to start is at picsent delayed by the discussion of the project of patching the present melancholy bell with porous plaster, which, while covering the gaping aperture, will permit the sound to trickle through in drops sufficient to refresh the weary ears of of the public. Should a new bell be purchased during the year as a result of the bond issue, the present sad relict, so tenderly cherished, will, as a matter of economy, be offered for sale by advertised proposals, with reserved right to reject any and all bids. The bonds stated will not be issued, should there be a remote liability that the county will thereby become bankrupt. Apropos of the suspension of some very prominent members by the Medical and Chirogical faculty of Maryland, for endorsing advertised remedies, the Baltimore American (April 25) says that "when a patent medicine goes on year after year widening its Ky. circle of believers, it is pretty fair eviMain dence that there is merit in it. The regular doctors may ignore it, and ex- any their members who Eell whenofthey do so their actionuse it, looks more like envy against a successful remedy than a true desire to protect the public." The failure in the Garfield and Grant cases, the American thi ks, and properly, has knocked professional HUDSON, & CASSELL, pretensions higher than a kite. But tills is not a singular instance of unprofessional power over "incurable (SUCCESSORS TO HUDSON & MEAOHER diseases." That "simple vegetable preparation" now everywhere known as Warner's safe cure, was pronounced a "god send'.' to the medical profession for the cure of kidney and liver disorders, malaria, general debility, spring feebleness, female irregularities, etc., DEALERS IN by many leading physicians, but when the formula was fully perfected, and the medicine was put up in bulk and advertised so that every sufferer might TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS and CANES. know of it and treat himself, then the profession turned upon it and let their patients die rather than to use it. SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM This is certainly a strange proceeding, but it is oti a level with all the AND rules and regulations of a code which RECENTLY REMOVED TO THIS HAVING woulJ respectfully inform the citizens of has gone so far as to forbid a physician Frankfurt and vicinity that I have opened afirit class displaying beyond a certain size his name and profession upon his sign! But the world moves, and merit THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds wins the fight. sion. CRUTCHER & ST ARKS. Street, Frankfort, COME TO SEE US HUMPHRIES Tailors, Hatters and Men's Furnishers, m JmL I constantly on hand and (or sale at the Another Bell. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Programme Of the Franklin County Teacher's Association on Saturday, June 20th, 1885. The following set of resolutions are the sense of feeling in the Capital City Lodge, Orders maybe left at the Post Office, g ven to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the IS97, G. U. O. O. F., in Frankfort, against baffell residence, and wilt receive prompt attention, C. W. SAFFELL. jfev. G. W. Patterson for wounding the feel- mayo-tf- . ings of the widow of a deceased brother, 18845. Henry Taylor, at the funeral of said brother on May I2th, 1885: Whereas, The Capital City Lodge, 1597, G. U. O. O. F., wishes to resent the insult casi upon the family and Lodge of Bro. Has opened up the New Year with a full line of Henry Taylor by irreverant language used in preaching said Bro. Taylor's funeral on LOWEST PRICES! 208 ST. GLAIR STREET, Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of 1885. TBEMES1D1SM! Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Which I will sell at the lowest CASH prices. I have come to stay, and will Rive satisfactory references ns to responsibility REPAIRING of a" kinds neatly and pro nptly executed. (Jive me a call. ap.22-t- f May 12th. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, IF. H. GEORGE, Paints, Oils and Artist Material, to see the feelings of the widow of their deceased brother Taylor hurt in such a mantonls and impression ner as they were by Rev. G. V. Patterson; And is headquarters for for DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY paper therefore. Be it Resolved, That the Capital U. O. O. F. Lodge, City, 1597, G. denounces to the fullest extent the funeral Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. NOTIONS. CHDCKE I GLOME .sermon of Bro. H. Taylor as preached by Patterson, and regard the TELEPHONE CONNECTION NO. 121 Rev. G. W. Icordlally Invite you to call an. mine my words which fell from his lips on that oc JOS. LeCOMPTE. not such as should have lallen from Now and Freah Stook of.Qooda. Parrent. casion 7th Lesson on compositions Miss the lips of a true christian on such an ocFRANKFORT, KY MAIN STREET, casion. Lou Brock. Sei)3tf. Resolved, That the Lodge never had any 8th. Model lesson in notation and knowledge of brother Taylor being such a numeration H. Polsgrove. SAN FRAMCO TEA & COFFEE COHAN, 9th. Primary Grammar Miss Sue vile man as he was represented by Rev. G. Dealers in all kinds of W. Patterson. Joyce. Resolved, That Rev. G. W. Patterson has 10th. Essay Mrs. Allie Jones. Coffee Tea, Cannea Fruits, Pure Spices true Odd Fellow in the 11th. Primary Spelling Miss Mag insulted every and is hereby denounced city Frankfort, by of And everything in the grocery line at Innis. Lodge i 12th. Relation of politics to the this irreverantuntil he publicly apologizes for ROCK BOTTOM language at Bro. Taylor's funerhis hurts and many sorts of ails of Common School L. F. Johnson. al. All teachers and friends of public man and beast need a cooling We, as a body of the Grand United Order education are earnestly invited to of Odd Fellow sr could not expect a man AGENT. lotion. Mustang Liniment. attend. under the influence of liquor to fix the destiJ. R. Fears, ny of a brother. T WILL CALL ON THE CITIZENS OF FRANK Shipp, By order ot the Lodge, 1 fort in a few days with a full line of samples. "' T. B. Ford, Please reserve your orders. J. H. Thompson, J. J. PETERSON. QommiUee. N. G. 1st. Duties of public officials of the State in connection with the school system W. Cromwell. 2d. Duties of teachers J. R. Fears. 3d. EssayMi&s Katie Shipp. '4th. Difficulties of County Teachers Chas. L Quire 5th. Select Reading Miss Mary Merna. 0th. Model lesson in fractions C. H. Whereas, Odd Fellows do not propose W. S. DEHONEY REPOUSSE WORK DRY GOODS, All Sorts of H A PRICES. J. J. PETERSON, v Katie W Ita . ., maCkMtjSi t,.,.',.ilfaf-- -t -- .;j. jWjJ.j.JtiiAVjt.j ali.'mrfj..- - A&ifcUfaUtfrtftj&AiL'J. fSS '' .'( 1 I. IJ r ft F V$ " O o o o PQ 7 o o W CD O CQ CO , UV-- B . GO O Eh PQ CD W 02 d o. o a M CO o n? g s o Pi 0 1 e CZ2 jfwa.4! r- S3 E! M i a. B pq Cm 5 D s 5 8 PQ 5 a a GO- GO; a .g; CO 0 J3 PQ s is GO fl- - 3f -3 o EH 5 D. O &H cr 02 o o W) P. w CO CJO 111 FRANKFORT Entered at th? pojt-o(Ti- & CO OD. pg-- s&. CSI EC 03 &JD OB, a is. H g.. . II, 60- ntrtt1 o'clock eg -- d o 2 69- 2' ! ROUNDABOUT: at TvMnkfort) ktittickyij as sccona class inauaaie maiicr. :c GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor and Sa."blisli.er. FRANKFORT, MAY 1C, 1885. GRAND OOMMANDBRY T.( , OE KENTUCKY, K. Its Meetinpr Next Week. The Grand .Commnndery of Kentucky, Knights Templar, will hold its thirty-eight- h annual conclave in this city, beginning on Wednesday next, May 20th, and remaining in session two days. The attendance, promises to be unusually large, all the rooms at the Buhr, Capital and Meriwether hotels having already been engaged, as well as rooni3 in many private residences, and a number of others are expected who have not spoken for quarters The following is the programme of the meeting: At ten o'clock Wednesday morning the officers of the Grand Commandery will assemble at the Capital Hotel, and will be escorted to .the Hall of the House of Representatives. The procession will form on Ann street, with the right resting on Broadway, in the following order: 1. Platoon of Police. 2. Corps of Cadets from the Kentucky Military Institute, acting as an escort to the Grand Commandery. 3 Frankfort Cornet Band. 4. Grand Captain General on Horseback. 5. Frankfort Commandery No. '4. G Visiting Commanderies in 'order of Seniority. 7. Grand Commander and Staff in Carriages. Theprocession will movenorth on Ann street toClinton,thnce to High; south on High to Main; westpn Main to Wilker-son- ; south on Wilkerson to Wappiug; cast on AVapping to St. Clair; South on Mt Clair mid Bridge to Second; east on Second to Shelby; south on Shelby to Third; east on Third to Main; north on Main to Second; wAst on Second to Bridge; north on Bridge and St. Clair to Capitol Square. The Grand Commandery will then assemble in the Hall of the House of llepresentatives, where an address of welcome will bo delivered by His Excellency, Sir J. Proctor Knott, and responded to by the Right Eminent Sir Bernard G. Witt, Grand Commander of Kentucky, when the Grand Commandery will be opened for business. At 21 o'clock the different Commanderies will assemble at their respective headquarters and march to rendezvous in front of Capitol. Square., At 3 o'clock the procession will reform and march to Capital Park on Holmes street, where a competitive and display drill will fake place, in which Louisville, DeMolay, and Covington Commanderies and the Corps of Cadets of K M. I. will participate. At 5 o'clock dress parade and reyiow.. At eight o'clock in the evening Reception at the .Executive Mansion-tend- ered to tho Grand Commandery by His Excelloncy Sir and Gov. J. Proctor Knott. , the Grand Qpfiiniajiery will assemble fpr business. . At eight o'clock in the evening thp. newly elected t officers of tne.uran.u; immanuery will ue puo-licl- y instalje at the opera .ouse, to which the public generally are invited. p k At J)) o'clock P. M. a hop will be Iveat ;th,e Capital I lotel ball room, to which all the iadeof the city and their lady visitor!) are invited, but no gentlemen except.Knights Templar in fuUunifqrin,, sword excepted, will be admitted. It is hoped that our citizens will decorate their houses, especially along the lino of march, and help Frankfort Commandery to make the occasion as enjoyable as possible. The headquarters of Frankfort Com mandery have been established in Sower & Ahler's hall, on Main street, where they will keep open house during Wednesday and Thursday. The members of Frankfort Commandery will assembleat their Asylum at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon to act as an escort to the visiting Commanderies which will arrive on the 2 o'clock train that afternoon. The young men of the city will give a hop at the Capital Hotel on Tuesday evening next to the. Knights Templar and ladies visiting the city.. Mr. Constantly evincing the example of the blessed Saviour in her resignation to HU divine will, showing to those by whom she was surrounded that while her body was racked with pain, her' soul was feast-inon that heavenly manna that cometh from the Celestial City. We can truly say of her "Safe in the arms of Jesus. Safe on hi gentle breast." Tint those who will most miss Aunt July, as she wa. familiarly called outside of her immediate family are the little .children in and around Hrid?e-port- . Not a child in this whole section but what loved her dearlv. Next to her duties ti her God and immediate family, her chief delight seemed to he to gain the love and. confidence of the little ones. Not a day passed but that her home was visited by these little prattlers, anxiou for de-i- r Aunt July's smiles and attention, Kven when the grim messenger death came to summon her home, her bed side was surrounded by some of these nn chief mourners. We nay to the little lamhs: "Aunt July" has gone to heaven and is beckoninp you to prepare to meet her there wnere parting will be no m re forever. To the sorrowing brothers and sisters and lonely and grief stricken husband, we tender our sympathies and point you to the Lamb of Calvary for comfort and consolation. C. H. I. ir HI r- - II OF- 1 1AT-- SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY I invite the public to inspect my new imported c STROCSE & NEWMAN -- ! rRACTICAL- Parisian Spring AND Summer Hats Bonnets SANITARY ENGINEERS, . Which have been selected with the greatest care, and from the latest Parisian stvles. Are located in. Frankfort, at the xorncr of Main and High streets. Parties desiring work in their line will be benefited by calling on them before having it done, as they are practical men and give all work their own indiNo charge for estimates. vidual attention. May i6-i- MY DEESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Is complete with all the latest and newest novelties that could be found in Eastern markets. Just received from Eastern manufacturers 5,000 yards of Carpets, Oil, Cloths, and Matting's ; also a fine lot of Smyrna, Velvet, and Brussels Rugs. Prices to suit everybody. ni DR. A. C. NORMS, l6-3- 149 ELM STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Makes a specialty of Cancers, Tumors, MLss Josie 5 married by Rev. Catarrh, &c. Book sent free. Albritton were George Darsie, at the Christian Church, FRANKFORT & LOUISVILLE Wednesdaytevening in the presence of T A. O IS. ETD , a large assemblage of friends. John Stephens and SOL. HARRIS. AVitly fjMfa IW IaMz; T ifla-Mf-- r Personal. Miss Kittle Warren left Tuesday to visit relatives in Missouri. Miss Jennie Sharp,' of Lexington, is visiting Miss Rebecca Williams. Mr. E. Whitesides attended the State Convention of Undertakers in n 'EKSEBK&S(NBEmss& BfflW inthoo.d Market tiouse, corner of Ann and Iiroadwny streets, where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of TTAVINGJUSTOPENED A GREEN GROCERY WmWM fmKBjttm HI Ir '1 v FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FRESH FISH, and everything usually kept in such an establishment, I would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. H.J HYDE. April 25-- m. 1 BLIJE WING, . . Master CAM MACK Louisville Tuesday. f. f. Mccarty . Chief Clerk. Mrs. Fred. Howard returned Mon-- . Custom House Wharf on Mondays day from a visit of several weeks to Leaveso'clock. P. M; Fiiday at 5 o'clock A. M. at 2 relatives in Dayton, Ohio Leaves Lomsvill on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 o'clock, 1. M , sh.irp. SpccUl rates to Rev. Rush Eastman, Rector of the fisherman and excursionists. 3m. Parish of La Porte, Indiana, and wife, are visiting their relation, Mr. S. C. T. B. MACKLIN, AGENT. Clothing Cleaned T & Repaired! AM PREPARED TO CLEAN, SCOUR AND 1 repair clothing rf all kinds at the lowest rates and on short notice. Call and sec me on Main street, opposite Capital Hotel. CHAS C. STOI.L. may 91m. ill II liams. Hull. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat and son, Dr Thos. Neat, of Mew Albany, Indiana, are visiting the family of Dr. U. V. Wil- XOBI T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE citizens of Frankfort that my wagbn is now running regularly every murning, and I am delivering IOBI FOH SALE. Two Town Lots. LOTS.w RY 190 TWOSouth Frankfo't, FEET. WELL LOCATED ire orcrcd for tale at a bargain. For terms apply at thi office. ryMjH iHMBBWflME TA.1 Ji mwI7M 5 Fall 1 I Miss Emma Hutchings the popular artist, will bo here in, a few days to resume the instruction of her classes in PUJW13 t T' ' painting. Rev. G. F. Bagby returned Tuesday morning from Augusta, Georgia, T HAVE OPF.NKD A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., from Rodman & Uro.'s dry goods store, where he has been attending the meet-ingo- f I third for the' sale of the Southern Baptist Convention. Fkanklin County Court, Saturday, April nth, 1885. j Mr. Charles Newton, of Frankfort, rNORDERTO ARRIVE' AT THE FLOATING and Mr. George Duoy, of Cincinnati, J indebtedness of the county, the county iudgegives claims those two lightning jerkers, with all the notice by advertisement to illthe sameboldi"g county .. piesent latest improvements, are working at agal iM the county to sixty das, to be to the with credited cferl: within the next and the clerk shall tho Western Union telegraph office a view to payment, and dale of issua), andrecord each the holder1 claim, the amount hero during. the races. Col. Terhunc, of the same. i the gentlemanly manager, says they are All persons holding such claims and failing to pre. AND .'' Lexington Transcript. sent the same as. so prescribed, within the next sixty upon the same shall cease at the ex- to my customers n all parts of the city. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. R. H. NICOL. mar BENSON ICE naya im NOTICE. FOTIOE do-ir U" NOT AT COST! FHIXalP S&LBSiXlT I is offering hia -- Of- 1 The Popular Jeweler, BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, at prices 'Jim-dandies- Obituary. Mrs. Julia Bailey died at'ihe residence of her husband, Mr. Churchill Itoilcy, in Bridgeport, Franklin county, Ky., April 29th, i83j, in her 73d year. At the age of 17 years (he made a pub ic profession of faith in Christ, and from that time until her soul took its flight to die glory land, 56 years, she was a bright and shining light in the service of her Master; emulating his examDle bv a meek and humble spirit. Her sickness was protracted for many months, was borne with that degree of patience and fortitude rarely ever witnessed unaer sucn trying circum.J her lips, ' stances. Scarcely a murmur escape davs. interest piration of said sixty day on claims not presented. R. A. THOMSON, County Judge. April 18 60 days, I. ?' ! . To Builders SEALED until the 3d and Contractors. All carriage' apr.i8-tf- . HAENE88. work sold by me Warranted.. &C,C.'," y ' ft. lower thaii the lowest, " . H 'A ?. T. QTTIXT. ' ! Rk, WOOL! PROPOSALS WILL DE RECEIVED Monday in May, for the erection of a new jail for Franklin county, according to the plans of McDonald Hros., now filed .n the county court clerk's office, the court reserving to iUelf the right to reject any or all bids which may be presented. A. THOMSON, County Judge. apr.iS-td WOOL!! WOOL!!! 100,000 POUNDS. FOR WISH.TO PURCHASEh'ghest CASH PRICE. will pay the Wool sacks now ready, cnnie and cet them 1885 Give me ;i call and convince yo'ur'ielyes, Will not'sell at costbut with a smail margin. Notick. PaYtfes leaving their' watches'orjewelf'y with me for repair, may that they will get them again, rest-eas. ITOIt CASHONLY! PHILIP SBLBBRT, Jeweler, 931 St. April at, st. MORRISON ROGERS. Tioga, Ky. mar.38.3m. Clair street, Fankfort, Ky. i r( WsHVm.. k igai!.i :li'Jiisiii ;.. ,'. i S , . ' ' ' ' A'flf.W.ji .1 ' . ' ' , ..'.U:.:.,,:'.-- , r tJJ A rti w;fVX' j ' , J.. .'. 4k. . .. ' TO;Tw.fl ?. & :' v pysiriiKifw v V . " BBBwar. 'if.'v '.r,;r" .'ji"r Hri' . - ' r . .a a it ; I' i ' The eighth annual meeting of the mill. He having the largest stock of Kentucky Pharmaceutic Association oak and poplanlogs in the market, is Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at ' Arrive). Leaves. Oct. 25-t- f.. .t . . 8. to a in 8.15 p m will bo held in Danville on Wednes prepared to fill orders for that kind of home. at I.JT 100 pm . . . 4.4S p IA Reduced rates have been lumber, us well'us any other kind, on 4 st P m day next. 19, R. P, BRYAN, Agent. obtained on all railroads and at all the short notice. The Judge or one of his agents can be found at all times at the Otis W. Snyder, the popular Lexing hotels in Danville for delegates. . , , mill. He will robuild his mill, and ton jeweler, has on hand a large lot of BEALEKS X3ST The young ladies of the Mission will be ready for work by July 1st, Jewelry and silver ware which he is Band of the Christian Church will and when this mill is completed disposing of at thelowest rates to re- give Sphinx- party it a at the residence of In the State. duce his stock. If you go to Lexing- Mr. L. A. Thomas on Monday even will be the best saw-mi- ll ton call and see him. ing, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Admission If you want a handsome mourning AND- parasol call at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. far Thos. M. Newman, the popular 25 cents. Everybody invited. TTsT -- u nnd accommodating clerk at the Buhr A fine line of baby buggies at R. Mr. Chas. O'Hara, un old and highly Hotel in this city, is to have charge of respected citizen of this county, Rogers', Muln street. Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort; Ky. ' the; office of the hotel at the Crab Orch- died at his home on the Peak's Mill -- dLGKSasTOrS 3POE ard Sprhigs.thls season. Tom is one of pike Thursday afternoon. He was a Paper bags at reduced prices for cash at L. B. Marshall's. Old Hickory Wagon, fellows in the world, and brother of Col. Theodore O'Hara, the . the cleverest McCormick's Machines, will soon become, as popular wherever celebrated poet. His funeral took A nice line of baby buggies at R. South Bend Chilled Flow, he goes as he justly is here at home. place yesterday afternoon from the Rogers' furniture store, Main street. . Erinley Maltar, Meiklo, He will leave for that place early next Catholic Church. We can sell' you a satin parasol in all And Brown's Plows and Cultivator. month. shades at $1.50. The boat of Messrs. N. Brown & Son, Weitzel & O'Donnell. Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming' A double frame cottage, occupied by who have been running on, the Ohio Gear always on hand. Leander Pickens and Harlan Brown, and Allegheny rivers for a number of Call and select the goods for your located in Battle alley,' was destroyed years, selling sash, window blinds, new spring suit at V. Berberlch's. by fire Sunday night about seven window glass, &c , Is lying at the city , Buy you a spring hut from L. B. o'clock. It was the property of Messrs. wharf. Mr. Brown, sr. has been in Marshall. Gaiilt & Co , and was valued at $500 the same business for forty years and New spring goods in all the lates Thero was little or.no wind blowing at is one of the oldest river man in this -- DEALER styles at Berberich's. the time or the whole row of house on country. have been destroyed. the alley A Genuine Mexican Hammock The ladies of the First Presbyterian for $1.00 at L.B. Marshall's. As the hotels of the city have already Church in this city will give a series engaged all their rooms for Wednes- of entertainments this summer for .the See our new coaching shape parasol. day and Thursday of next week, and benefit of the Church, commencing Weitzel & O'Donnell. Ware, the probabilities are that many with a strawberry festi val, at an early If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Knights Templar will come who have date and followed by lectures and oth's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack not secured quarters, it would be well er entertainments. Special They hope by store, No 223 Main street, oppo- Pleadquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. fl4-t- f. for all those of our tcitizens who have the attractiveness of these entertain- site Dr. Duvall's residence. attention paid to rooms to let for those two days to ments to furnish such enjoyment as leavp their names with Mr. F. C. will induce the pleasure seekers, to Berberlch keeps none but the best goods and makes them up in the best Hughes, Chairman of the Committee patronize them liberally. style. Call and see him . of Arrangements, at the drug store of Call and see our handsome line of Hughes & Chiles, so that anyone in Thursday afternoon, while workmen Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acall. need of quarters may be sent to them. were laying the water pipe on Main parasols and fans. Weitzel & O'Donnell. T- street, in front of tho Presbyterian Henry Taylor, the well known col- Church, the bank caved in, catching . bargain in fine gold watches and A Saint Clair Street. "Frankfort, Ky. ored portor at the grocery of Mr. Thos. an Irishman by the name of John French marble clocks at Philip Rodman, jr, died Monday morning Scallan, and burying him up to his the jeweler. after a week's illness with pneumonia. shoulders. He was gotten out as Fourteen years ago, when the firm of quickly as possible, when it was Foil Rent. Two houses, one brick Gray & Rodman first began business, discovered that his left leg was- broken and one frame. Apply to Frank he went into the house as porter and just above the knee. He was taken to Chinn or Logan JVIcKee. ZKZ3T-- , 3t. held the position to the day of his his boarding house, where the fracture MtUVUFdCTUtENS' ilGEXTM FOB death. He was reliable, attentive to was reduced and he is now doing as Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and his duties, and always polite and ac- well as possible, but is suffering a will receive the highest market prices commodating. Having been in the great deal. Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless En- by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-tf- .: gines, Threshers, and Saw Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle house so long, Mr. Rodman feels almost street. Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; as if ono of his family were dead, and BASE BALL. . Cheap John is selling goods at bankregrets his loss deeply. He was burried Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo There was a good crowd at Capital rupt prices, in Odd Fellows building. Tuesday with the honors of the Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; Supepark Wednesday afternoon to witness rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler of which he was a prominent member. the game between the Erie3 and & Bro have secured the MtClure Frankforts, who were somewhat disapWorks; Columbus Steam agency of Alien's Cheap Publica, There is a man residing in this pointed at the showing the home club Pumps ; county who was never known to made. Their errors wore numerous tion Standard reading from 2 cents ZK-AJ-- Sr 2t. subscribe for a newspaper in his life, and some of them Inexcusable. The up. JEtna. High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for Blasting Rock and and if a paper of any kind has ever visitors were good players, but it Removing Stumps. For Rext. A largo stable, well family his wife has looked like they ought to have been taken in his located for livery, training or All of the above we claim arc the best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take to pay for. Yet this man been given a closer rub for the game. sale stable, aApply had it to John T. pleasure In allowing them to parties at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. goes regularly to a neighbor's house on The play was .sharp for a while and the Waters. Saturday to read the Roundabout, score stood three to' ono for several and If it has not come goes to the postT inningsbut errors enabled the Erles office after it, and then has the gall to to run theic, score up to 0, when dur DDnwirs mB fg i n E "vQS1 E13SSI a3ESLiiS ti abuse the paper because it is full of boys rallied and madii .three scores and wm advertisements and doas not contain as then Ju the, next iiming went, all to FOR- much reading matter as he wishes it pieces agaitif to. Tho soul of such a, miserable The game Thursday betwepn the Beater & Measuring Jai), Glass creature could be dropped Into-th- e Silver's same nines was an 'old time "muffin" seed ands r.attled affair, and was remarkable chiefly for hull of ka mustard aroujid like a bean - in a gourd. He tho oiuniber of errors and accidents. It beats eggs in from two to three mjnutes. It will whip eggs certainly is ji nearrelati vo of tho man Rousseau, tho short stop of the Erles, to twice the bulk of any other beater. wboitrled to 4odgehis shadow for fear was struck in the eye by a foul ball it would ask him for a chawofttobacco. and so badly injured that ho had to leave the grounds, and Mr. Williams, Mr. T. F. Humphries, a cutter of the umpire, was struck in the face and b im v m i-i -- THE o 80 years ;experienceM.and Mr. John on the neck several times by the ball. The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. BEST TONIC. ri H.-the popular sales- The score stood 28 to 13 at tho close In Cassell, ThU medicine, combining Iron with puro man, have, bought out the, interest favor of tho Erles. In the last Inning, veffctable tonic, quickly and completely of Mr. AL J. Meagher in the the homo clul found the bull and Cures Dyspcpiiln, iiidlscHtlon Wenkiiess, Impure Ulood, JIuiurlu,CblllitaiidKeYcrH, firm of Hudson & Meagher, and'fogoth-er-wJt- h batted It ull over the field, making and NeuralclR. It la an unntiline remedy for Diseases of the It shows.you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. Mr. W. P- - Hudson, Jr., will nlno scores, while tho visitors had it Kidney Had l.lvcr. It is iuvnhmblo for Diseases peculiar to conduct aa extensive merchant tailor all their own way In the first part. Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. Wumon, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not lnjuro the teeth, cause headache.or ing and geut'a furnishing gqods busi- Tho Youngstowns and tho Frankforts produco constipation other Iron medicines do. ness, wide the firm name of Hudson, played lho first game of their series It enriches and purifies stimulates the appetite, atds the assimilation of food, reHumphries & Cassell. Mr. Huhi yesterday afternoon and thegamo was lieves Heartburn and Belching, acd strengthens the muscles and nerves. phrioshas a splendid as a a little more interesting than, tho oue Approved and used by the U. S. Government. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c it has no equal. first cjass, cutter, and every body ii on Thursday, but wo go to press too has above trade mark and tit" Plain and Fanoy Water Coolers, Toilet Sets, Bath Tubs, Berlin Agate and Pnamelei Centnu Kentucky knows Johnnie soon to'roport the score. Crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. BUOWH CUXXIC1L CO., BAITMORX, M ll1jbT Ware, and all kinds of Tinware; Seven different kinds of Ice dream Preezersj Cassell ,to; be an energetic'.young This afternon at 3 o'clock the second Five kinds of Goal Oil Btoves; Gasoline Stoves) All kinds of Goal and. while VW1U ftudson has won game will be.played with the YoungsWood. Cooking Stoves, from the smallest to the largest, a host-- ' pf friends' during the elgh towns, when it in hoped there will mcmthhQ has ,been . ty business, and bo a good crowd in attendance. Go T HAVE THIttiEOR FOUR BUJLD.1NG LOTS Plain and Enameled Grates, Pomps, Drain Pipe and Flue Pipe; Tin, Slate and Iron for sale, which ' thnety flrAh'is'b'ounti to do a splendid out and encourage- tho boys by your d1welling', nearCt?.. wouldno make very good sites for Roofing a specialty, and for whioh he is celebrated all over the State, where I w reside, about ten minutes urnllr frnm tH, Ifmia. business. presence. May3i-iy- . mar.38-4t- . MICHAEL BUTTIMER. , k k All the earliest spring Vegetables can Mr. J. M. Wakefield purchased on Monday the and planing mill be found atH. J. Hyde's green grocery, of Me&srs. Hodman & Sneed for ten corner of Broadway and Ann streets. FRANKFORT, MAY 1G, 1885. , thousand dollars. ' Rev. Mr. Eastman, of Laport, IndiTO TRAVELERS. Rev. Carrol Q. Wright, formerly of ana, will preach at Ascension Church morning. this county, but who has had charge No, 430 Main St Over Cnitcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing Bouse' The following time table of the Louisville & Hash a church in Philadelphia for v.lle Railroad Company went into effect Saturday, of In Judge Pence, wlioso Baw-ml- ll Mayo, 1885. several years past, has been appointed TRAINS EAST. Belle Point was burned last Saturday Leaves Arrive Chaplain in the Navy, and will sail for No.:8, morning, has leased the largo mill 10.15 a m io.io a m SPECIAL iND'udte'MENTS' ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY N'i. as s.17 p rn China in a few days. 5.1a p m known as the the1 Hatehitt fc Zlegler No. 24 8.15 p m of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of No. ao 9.47 P m 9 4j p m FRANKFORt ROUNDABOUT. paw-mil- ls CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gk MA.TTERlSr, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ..,....., .... .... TRAINS WEST. '& MA8TIN BROS. ABD KS - Farming Implements, Field Seeds, fii i, it fl T " mar.7-311- JOHN T. BUCKLEY, STOV s 1IS, H"5 Tin Jappaned, Granite Iron $ Enameled Sal-yer- Sheet Iron and, Slate Hoofing! Sel-bert'- s, - FERGUSON rie.lSritOET, & MEEK, . ;' . 'V , , ' Vli i THOMAS KA.22:E3S. as 'ff. B-- - 3F O T77" IE -- AGENT Patent Egg S . 'i r 4 -i- r SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER . ' iz :ti SILVER'S PATENT EGG- TIMER, ; a -- ' pi , SAPBTT OIL . GAITS,! 1 1.$ v-1 - J?? -j The-genuln- bus-nepima- nj FOR8ALE. N J, - ' - ' m H MANKFOfHf ' "I1 ",flrm w $TO T 1 'l 5V ftkDABOtlT, Frankfort W. O. T. U. Notes. Antiooh. at 10 ai m. The calf buyers are becoming ns numerous ns candidates for jailer. Born.To the wife of Henry Spalding, May the 0th, a daughter, 13 lbs Sunday-school w. k lizzie iiay. Mrs. James Qlore has over 100 young chickens. Preachers will please make n note of this. Our market gardeners have been very uneasy for several days past, and well they may be. Mrs. Kate Shackleford, of Winchester, is visiting her father, Mr. James Glore, this week. Mr. Carter Hales and wife, of Belle Point, were visiting Henry Spalding . I ! " theMillerites. The teacher's meeting last Saturday was the most interesting one yet held. All present took an active part. The next meeting will be the 3d Saturday in June. Come and see what you are missing. , Some of our young men when calling on the young ladies, are in the habit of turning their, horses loose. We have been requested to ask tiiem to hitch them, so that they will not trample the flowers and gardens. We were shown the other day a letter from Miss Mary Lee Glore, a student at the Danville Institute and was glad to see such a great improvement, not only in her writing but also in her composition. Success attend you, Miss Lee. Our County Court seem to be in the same fix that the fellow in the quicksand was, the more they squirm and over the jail question the fret deeper they sink. They may sink to their eyes and nose (ayes and noes) but they will go no further. The teacher's association, at their meeting last Saturday, elected Miss Katie Shipp as editress of the educational column, in the Roundabout. Miss Shipp is an accomplished young lady and well qualified for the position, and we hope the teachers of the county will assist her in keeping up the column as it should be. Now go to work, write on educational matters, let it be short and sweet as possible. Address all communications to Miss Katie Shipp, Versailles, Woodford county, Ky. McKee. Has a railroad company any more legal right to run their trains on Sunday, than a farmer lias to run his wagon or his plow ? Some of our neighbors have been making war on the finny tribes of Benson. We have heard of several fine strings being caught. We have been requested by several persons to call on "Ked Eye" to open his battery again. Come, Red Eye, give them a few more rounds. Messrs. William Hales and Sam. one. Hulctt caught a buzzard and put a bell Miss Addic Graves, a charming on it. Anyone hearing "music in the young lady of Frankfort, has been' on air" need not become alarmed and join a visit to friends and relatives in this and family last Sunday. John Itossell sold his Craddock horse and bought a sorrel of Mr. Walker Lewis, which is ready for a buyer. All persons clearing land or blasting areliereby admonished to be careful and see that no candidate is near by. This neighborhood sympathises with Judge Pence in his great misfortune; he has many friends out here, .also The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet in the chapel of the Christian Church next Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. Members expected to be present, and everybody invited to attend. The meetings are interesting, and all christians, by whatever name known, can in this way encourage temperance Work. There is no lack of evidence that it is creatly needed in this city. Mrs. Agnes Franklin will take charge of the ".liana or Hope" os Superintendent and will have for Assistants Misses Anna Lyons, Annie Macklin and Flo-rl- e Owens. It is needless to say that with such a Superintendent and the youncr ladies mentioned above to assist her. the children Will be in good hands. Ida Snhllon, Will every mother in Frankfort who' Annie Buckley. reads this notice, send her children to the chapel of the Christian Church Meroury and Potash Vanquished. next Wednesday evening at five Mr. Wiley F. Hood, known to almost o'clock. every man, woman and child in Athens, bears the following testimony as to the virtues ofSwift's Specific (S. Cedar Run. S. S.): Oh may we have the pleasure of meeting the first day of next May and may we have our littlo playmate Nettie with 'us. We havo been playing in tho sweet grass of April, but this is May now, and oh how glad I am, the forest is getting green now. We take great delight in riding through the meadows fair and green. And oh I will soon be in the woods among the flowers, gathering daisies; they will soon be in bloom. Oh I hope we will have our little playmate with us. Goodbye, bright day. dear readers of the Goodbye, "Roundabout " This is our first effort to compose, so you must excuse all mistakes us wo are only nine years Affectionately, old. FOR JAILER. authorized to announce JAMES GORDON os a candidHtc for the office of J tiller of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of the Demooratio party. Wo arc authorized to announce TH09. E. DAILKY ns a candidate for juiler of Franklin county, subject to tho notion of tho Demooratio Wo are BLUE VVc -- GRASS NURSERY! stock thnn offer this Spring a larger usual of party. We are authorized to announoe HENRY MITCHELL ns a candidate for jailer of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ASPARAGUS ROOTS! EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY es establishment. Strawberry nnd general cata-ogu- GRAPE VINES, to We are authorized to announce AUS. ROBINSON as a cfttididato for Jailer of Franklin .county, subjeot to the action of iho Democratic on application . mar.i-tf- H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. EK, party. S.MOOT ns a We are authorized oounty, subject to the notion of the Demooratio enndidato for Jnller of Franklin ! to nnnounoo HIRAM party. We are authorized to announce MOSES HAYDON oh a candidate for Juilor of Franklin county, subjeot to the action of tho Demooratio INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC! S PREPARED TO. GIVE LESSONS ON THE . J?. HH M.HH.. 111. l, CIIMC. n viuiiii, IIMIC, H..I.MW Hbt .!,!.. .1. ,nui, v.tll, ..!..!!.. 41.. the residence of the pupil or at t U home, on Lewis street, in the old Weitzel House building. T. O. a-TT- I party. Wo buggy mare. Price $150. Mrs. Wesloy Tapp is improving after a severe illness. Col. R. T. P. Allen will preach at at 11 o'clock a. the Chapel m. Let all attendt for the Col. is an earnest, interesting speaker. Wonder if Franklin has been writing a letter that caused Anderson and Mercer to sit down on her. If not, 1 has she done? what the d The vivacious secretary of our Sunday-school is never so happy as when calling the roll. Earnest is a good Corn planting is in full blast this week. Mr. Dan. P. Payne lias thirty fat shouts for sale. Mr1. George Green sold this week to Mr. Alstrom, of Frankfort, a fancy neighborhood. Miss Annie Moore, wo are glad to know, is rapidly recoverinc from a protracted illness. Miss Fannie Campbell has returned to her home, after a pleasant visit to friends in Frankfort. If the Democratic county committee would dispose oi the party nominations at the public outcry it would be a great saving to the defeated candidates. Capt. Zack Reid has recovered from a severe attack oi headache contracted We are glad to know that our friend at the primary election two weeks ago. Meanest Sneak in Town. Malarial gases sneaked up through ibe poorly constructed drains and made baby very sick with malarial fever. Baby would have died but for the iiinelyuse of Browfli's Iron Bitters. There is nothing meaner in its way of coming, nor worse in its effects, than this malaria from the underground regions. Mrs. McDonald, oi New Haven, Conn.,' says. For six years I Buffered from the effects of Maluria, but Brown's Iron Bitters cured me entirely." Try it when malaria steals in nnd undermines your constitution. It will give relief. ly interest in our Sunday-schoo- l. The gallant James Mulligan, of Lexington, was bullied out of a nomination to the Legislature by the police of that city. . Bob Church has nothing to show for the money he and his friends spent Not so with the successful candidate. The Lexington plan is to bully, ours to buy. Which is the best? Mr. James McAllister, of Shelby-villwas the guest of Mr. Smiley last week. Call again, James. A letter written to his wife 24 years ago defeated Capt. Jas. Blackburn for Revenue Collector of this district. Oh, that mine enemy would write a book, &c, sc. For one we record the war as over. nnd now nominate Capt. James Blackburn for Kentucky's next Governor. As a scholar of the Sunday-schoyour correspondent is a complete failure, but, how can a poor fellow learn when he is surrounded by such an array of beauty. e, ol With fev exceptions, everybody in our neigoborhood seems to take a live- For 'twelve years I suffered from mercurial poison, with all of its torturing pains. I was treated by several physicians, and was dosed on iodide of potassium abundantly. This treatment Increased my trouble. My blood was thoroughly infected; my skin was thick and yellow: my stomach was weak so that I could not retain my food; my person was broken, out with sores which became offensive ulcers, and my strength was gone. Mercury brought on rheumatism, and potasii had ruined my stomach, and I thought there wss nothing left for me to do but to die so thought many of my friends as I went hobbling along the street. I tried all the remedies within reach, but to no avail. At last a friend suggested the use ofSwift's Specific. Like many other drowning men, I was ready to catch at a straw that came in sight. I procured six bottles from Dr. Long. The first bottle gave me hope. The nausea of the stomach disappeared, and by the time I had taken the third thchard lumps on my neck went away: the ulcers were healed; my complexion cleared up, my skin smoothed off, and my strength began to return. I have taken in all about" thirty bottles It has made a new man of me. I am a man of G3 years, but am strong and vigorous, eat anything and do anything and do any kind of work. I am sound and well. It is my honest opinion that Swift's Specific has taken me from the gruve's mouth and added many years to my life. I would recommend it to suffering humanity everywhere, not as a universal panacea for all diseases but as a specific for all blood and skin diseases, such as blood poison, rheumatism, scrofula, eczema, tetter and catarrh, for I have seen it tried on most all of these. I am ready and more than willing to answer all inquiries tending the above points I am well known in Athens, and refer to any one or all the old citizens of this city. Wiley F. Hood. Jan. 5, 1885. Athens, Ga. nre authorized to announoe JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer of Franklin county, subjeot to tho aotlon of the Demooratio paVy. I nroby announco myself a candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer of Franklin oounty, subjeot to the action of the Democratic DAN SHEEHAN. party. We are authorized to announce JAMES D. MOORE ns a candidate tor Jailor of Franklin oounty, subject to thu action of the Democratic jan.i7-t- r. KEVV PLANING MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having his Establishment reoontly added to First-Gln- ss Flaning Hill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of party. acandidato mr Jailor of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Domocrntio Party. We arn authorized toannouneo NOAH GOINS asaoandldatefor Jailer of Franklin county, subject to the notion of tho Demooratio party ns We are authorized to announce ROBT. STONE Siish, Soors, Sli&ds, Frames, Molding ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Gotten out in the Host Style. May Ifi tf. WM. CROMWELL T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon Attorney-at-LawI , AND PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN t Frankfort, may be consulted on the diseases of Horses, Cattle and all other domesticated animals. Office R C. Church's Livery Static, Fraiikfott, Ky PRACTICE.IN THE COURTS OP Telephone No. 80. Franklin and the adjoining counties, and , All calls by mail, telegram or telephone promptly will also give special attention to the purchase mar.7-iy- . attended to and sale of real eetnte, collection "of rents, claims, and the negotiation oi loans. Office opposite Court House. Heal Eatsvt Agcmt, 2,5-l- y. FOR8ALE. House and Lot. Tim. June OFFER FOR SALE THE PLACE ON WHICH 1 I now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, South Frankfort. I will sell as , whole or in lots. For particulars, apply on the premises. T Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. ,' Or to D. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. Mccarty, . DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Office Telephone connection No. 36. DENTIST. Main Street, over Guy Barrett' Frankfort, Kentucky. 20-i- CEO. B. MACK&XIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. News Oepot, Sept. y, Chesapeake li FOR THE Ohio Mmj, JOSEPH E. FEARS fitioTTzey-at-Lcbzu. KENTUCKY'S WASHINGTON ROUTE EAST PHEUDELPH1A. & NEW YORK. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS in Franklin and Court of Appeals. Office in the same room with G. ONLY W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 3$ Main street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and ap.18.3m. prompt attention given to them. P. C. HUGHES. CHAS. aOjoining counties, and LI NE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS RUNNING FOR P. BXl'M, v Attorncy-at-Lai- A SOLID TRAIN FROM Tho Best in the Market. HUGHES & EXUM LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, I have been afflcted with a blood indigestion for fifteen years. General Insurance Agents, Cincinnati, humor and and Lexington, Ky. I have used various medicines, but TO with little purpose. I have received more benefit from Swift's Specific (S. S. WASHINGTON CITY. . Office opposite Farmer's Bank. S.J than anything else I have ever CONNECTING IN 8AME DPP0T WITH taken. It is the best blood purifier on Representing 20 Leading American and EASr TBAIASFOfi the market. A. J Bbooks, Foreign Companies. Feb. 13, 1885. Round Rock, Tex. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Oyer $100,000,000 Assets ! THK DIRECT ROUTE TO mailed free. 1TEW TO UK.. AND ALL The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. Adjusted And Losses ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announced B. F. CAPITO a a candidate for A'nesjor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announoe JAMES K. O'UARA as a condidate for Assessor of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announoe W.U. HAWK INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin, county, subjeot to the aotinn ot the Democratic Promptly jan.,viy. Fairly Paid Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, For tickets nnt further informal!) n, opplj to your nearest ticket office, or address, Ticket Agent. 226 Fourth Avenui- L'iuivlllo, Ky H. V. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, Gen. Pass. Agt., General Manager, Richmond. Virginia. Advertising Agt., - Wrights Indian VegetablePills And all Bilious Complaints ife LIVER rOBTHB . w.j.bkro, w.e ah sold, F' k . the aotlon the lin was obtained yesterday at the Louisville'house! Democratic party. May 1st,. 1885. .f 19 per hundred for one hhtl. The prices Good morning, bright morning: this obtained this week for the better grades of. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Bui ley "are from'42 to 4. per hundred' above' Is the first of Muy and a beautiful day We are authorized to announoe' JAS. A. T the average range of prices for the same it is. I have had the pleasure of as a candidate for to the of April with pffloe of County Attorney, subject to the aotlon spending the last week .grades since the beginning of the year. my friend Annie. The birds are all of the Demooratio party. We quote singing with joy of delight, and the We are authorized to announce BEN. Q. HURLEY TOBACCO. ark Trash $4.66 to J5.O0 summer is coming, and on! the flowers WILLIAMS asaoandldatefor County Attorney, Colory Trash 5.00 to 6.00 Will soon be here, and the forests .will subjeot to .the aotlon of the Deoqporatlo forty, Common Lugs 4.50 to 5.50 .be ringing with its joys of delight. Bright Colory Lugs 6.00 to 8.00 Oh we have nice times' skinning over FOROOUNTYSOKOOL superintendent Common Leaf (not Votary) . . 6:50 to "8 00 the pastures carrWted with urreen. and '. We are authorized to announoe. LAZARUS Mkd. toGodd'Leafnotcol!y).f.ootb 9,50 our voices rldnfng with joy; we have mTOM. d Id jtefoR County Super- -' a, o Medium to Good Leaf .(colory J 9.$o't6 13.50 own ruling over me green carpeis 01 laWaVntrCdiBHion Schools, sybjtcttofthe Tint Leaf 13.50 to 19.00 grass. action of the Demooratio part. VIO-'LET- I have always, as a teacher, been in favor of encouraging little children in party. their efforts to improve themselves, We are authorized to announce LEWIS and nothing gives me more pleasure HARRUD as a candidate for Assessor of Frank-i- n than to do so. The following compocounty, subject the action of the Demoorutio sition on "The First day of May," was party. sent to irie by two little friends of FOR COUNTY CLERK. Louisville Tobaoco Market. mine and was composed and written We are authorized to announoe JOHN S. separately, but were so nearly alike BURNISHED BY LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE- that I make one answer for both. I HARROD, as a candidate for County Clerk, HOUSE. will state, however, that I have the subject to theaotion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announoe GEURUE S. originals and will keep them as souLouisville, Ky., May 13, 1885. for Clerk or Franklin GREEN as a venirs of my two little friends. Miss County Court, cadtdate to the action the the DemSales for one week to date 3,048 hhds. of Ida Snellen lives in the Tiger neigh- ocratic party. subject Sales since Jan. 1st 56,058 hhds. Miss Annie Buckley in There has been an advance in the prices borhood and We are authorized to announoe LEE A. Frankfort. on all grades of Burley tobacco within. the OWEN at a candidate for Clerk of the FrankT. Hunter. days. The highest price of the year past few County Court, subject to of Editor Roundabout: Antiocii, May 4th, 1885. to take.being purely vegetable: no griping. Prloeloett. AflDruggleu. FOR SALE. THE BRICK Clinton. 1 of Wa.hington AthecornerstandGROCERYandHOUSE ONhU h one best in Frankfort. For terms anply to of mayi-i- t TUTT'S v H. Mils. LUCY A. DAVIS. hiii Vkhw - TYP E 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. foundry. fltANKJUIlV 2S YEARS IN USE. Tk Orwttit MeSlotl Triumph of tha Age I FOTJKTDTIY, Editor t.t above ALLISON A SMITH. 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