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Clark, Mrs Susan
Dawson, Susie M
Gwin, Henry P
Howatter, liarry E
Hampton, J H
Hackney, T D
Fi:URUAKY 21, 1885.
Crutclicr. Mr Annie il
Dunnigan, U A
Fowler. Enirr. A
im, Geo P
U lines, Win.
Mdtoii, V L
Kichards, F L
Williams, H M
Wheeler, W H
Persona calling for the above letters
will please say "advertised" and give
date of list.
J. G. Hatchitt, P. M.
W. O. T. U. Notes.
The Woman's Ghrlsti n Temperance
Union meets every Wednesday afternoon
at three o'clofk, in th Chapel of
the Christian Church. All members
expected to attend, and friends "of the
cause cordially invited to be present at
When you are asked to take a drink,
my son, and have half a mind to accept
the invitation, remember this: If
you had a whole mind you wouldn't.
The .Michigan Central Railroad has
'a lnagniflceut new station at Detroit
No saloon or bar is allowed under its
If it is murder to kill a man with a
bullet, it h murder to kill him with
whisky. And if it is a crime to assist
the murderer to dispatch his victim
with a knife, it is no less a crime to
aid in killing himself with intoxicating
A wag in a Connecticut Valley Tobacco
Grower's Convention, offered a resolution
that the "use of tobacco be
encouraged in the public schools." He
broke tho dead silence that followed
with, gentlemen, why do you balk?
If this is a legitimate business, why
not push it? Tliesamo might be said
of the liquor tralllc, if it is legitimate,
Tho London Lancet, tho highest
medical authority on tho globe,
nud'an exceedingly conservative journal,"
says: "Aleonol, as a general
tnrent. is being subjected every
where to most.suspicious treatment by
physicians and by boards of guardians
alike. It has, still, friends who think
it indispensible, either to preserve
health or to cure disease, but tho wisest
physicians show themselves chary
either on taking or recommending
much of it.
Tho New York Tribune, which is
by no means a fanatical tcmporjinw
paper, recently stated that ''ppe, in
twenty of tho inhabitants of this country
are rendered idle and incapacitated
for work through tho linuor, traffic;
and these, if not idlo,(would, at ordinary
wages, earn $200,000,00" anpilajly "
Mrs. E C. Nield. of East Uornstadt,
who will bo remembered by all -who
attonded tho sessions of tho W. C. T.
U. Convention held hero last September,
Is doing a grand work for tho
temperance cause In the mountains,
traveling miles on horse-back, speaking
night after night to largo audiences
organizing "Unions," both white and
colored, and by her eloquence induc
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The Frankfort Roundabout
GflttffJ? i. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR
Volume VIIT. FRANKFORT, KY., FEBRUARY 21, 1885. Number 23
Tlio Association of Mexican Veterans
will meet In FlcminRsburg on
Mr. Geo. H. Watson was so fortunate
as to win the pair of Texas ponies and
hitmen raffled by Mr. J. O. Mnucr
Col. Tom Buford, who murdered
Judge John M. Elliot in this city
in April, 1870, died at the Central
Lunatic Asylum, at Anchorage, Fri
The bonded debt of this county
amounts to $38,000, the floating debt
to $14,000, and claims against the
county will not Hie received by the
sheriff In payment of taxes.
For the first time this winter the
river is frozen over hard enough for
the boys to skate upon it, and it is the
first time in many years that it has
been frozen over so late in the season.
The grand jury has indicted the
County Court for not providing a bettor
jail, and Jailer Sheehan for allowing
prisoners to run at large upon the
streets after they had been placed in
jail to serve out a fine
Mrs. Bettie Mayse, only sister of
Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mr. .las. B. Hawkins,
of this city, died at her home in
Woodford county on Tuesday morning.
The remains were interred in
the Cemetery at this place Wednesday
Ex-Gov. John P. St. John, of Kansas,
delivered an address upon the
subject of temperance at the Court
House on Wednesday evening. The
house was filled to its utiriost capacity,
and the audience was highly pleased
with the speaker.
The annual meeting of the Franklin
County Bible Society will bo, held at
the Christian Church to-morrow evening
at T o'clock. There will be no
services at the First Presbyterian,
Southern Presbyterian, Baptist or.
Methodist Churches in consequence.
Mr. E. J. Parker will on Monday
establish an omnibus and transfer line
for the purpose of carrying passengers
and baggage to and from the Railroad
Depot and the steam-boat landing.
His headquarters will beat the depot
and orders can bo given him by telephone.
A series of gospel meetings will be
becrun at the Southern Presbyterian
Church on Monday evening, at seven
o'clock, and will be continued during
the week. The services will be conducted
by the pastor, Rev. It. E.
Caldwell, who will be assisted by
ministers from other places.
Wants the Pacts Known.
Mr. Editor: I and my neighbors
have bo?n led so many times into buying
different things for the liver, kidneys
and blood that have done us
more harm than good. I feel it due
your readers to advise them when an
honest and good medicine like Dr.
Harter's Iron Tonic can bo had.
Youis truly, An Old Sitiisckihkk.
1A11I Bffi 111 Mili !
The largest and handsomest line ever was shown in this city now
ready for Ladies' inspection.
GUARANTEE LOW PRICES!
H ST. JIjAI.K. STREET.
GOODS AT YOUR OWN
HAVING ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
:f is 1 rLd: b -:- o o s t i-
S . KLASS.
DRY &00DS, CLOTHING "AND NOTIONS!
Ever brought to the city of Frankfort, which I am compelled to reduce
to make room for my spring stock, I will, for the next
30 days, sell the entire stock at
MESSRS KL EIISraOLD Sd CO.,
WILL OI'EN THE
NEW TRADE PALACE,
at 214 St. Clair street, Runyan's old stand, with a full line of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing !
ON OR ABOUT TUEQ
1ST O lEA.K;aJE3:, 1885-
ing many to sign the tho total abstinence
pledge. She numbers among
her converts', Col. T. Z. Morrow, late
Republican candidate for Governor and
Col. W. O. Bradley, who as a lawyer
and orator is too well known to need
an introduction. A Lexington correspondent
of the give&
a glowing description of tho good that
is being done in tho mining districts,
by the Temperance workers, with
Mrs. Nield as the leading spirit. He
speaks of Col. Bradley "donning the
white ribbon" and delivering a temperance
address in which "he excelled
himself.'' Brilliant as he always is, "it
woulc." says the correspondent, "have
made Gough or Geo. Bain green with
envy " Oh! if there were only "more
to follow" tlioo to whom the gift of
eloquence has been given. Why will
they not use it for the glory ot God,
by raising their voices in behalf of fellow
These are Solid Facts
The best blood purifier and system
regulator over placed within the reach
of suffering humanity truly is Electric
Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver,
jrilliousness, Jaundice, Constipation
Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the
urinary organs, or who over require.-an
appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant,
will always find Electric Bitters the
best and only certain cure known.
They act surely and quickly, every bottle
guaranteed togivo entiresatisfaction
or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents
a bottle by Joe LeCompte. 4
Vitality of Great Men
is not always innato or born with
them, but tunny instances are known
where it has been acquired by the
persistent and judicious ue of Br. Harter's
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
WHY I WHY! WHYI
IS IT THAT
CRUTCHER & ST ARKS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
less than any other
HOUSE IN TOWN
is often asked. We answer that
WE BUY AS GHEAP,
have no extra expense in selling them, are
SATISFIED WITH A SMALL PROFIT !
hence we can afford the low prices.
CRUTCHER & STARKS,
BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE!
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &0., &C
MgGLURE & BROS !
FIRST READER, 15 CENTS.
SECOND READER, 30 CENTS.
THIRD READER, 40 CENTS.
And other books in proportion.
Writing paper o cents per quire.
Fine envelopes 5 cents per pack.
All goods in our line will be sold always as low as any house
in the city.
R. K. M'CLURE & BRO.
UOSOfl & MEAGHER
I3?lie3r are giTTing entire satisfaction.
Having sold out my coal business to W. T. Gaines & Co., I hereby
PEESOITS ZlrnDEJBTBID TO IMZIE,
To call and settle up. Either Johnnie Murphy or myself will be found
during business hours at the new south wing of the coal office, or will
TBLEPHOITE. IN" TT :MI IB IE IR 2,
And call at your place for settlement.
Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 30,