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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886071701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. a mj '.! T A J" "v3 The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR & i Volume IX. Linr,,iT.n,i...,trAM-13nggarw.ii FRANKFORT, iw nnMMfwi'liii.ii,!i,i' i.wimiui"jw in KY.,'JULY 17, 1886. 1M Number;4 irL n. J 'J.ll.'. r Trr' f" ""T'""-- ' "i"" '""-''- "' "'"iiliAJtViUU iftMm VJmWXX.'jn!iai ' t t" If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Almost every person has some form poison Intent in his vein6?. hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Sal of scrofulous When" this poljiii develops into Bcrof-ulou-s ver's store, No 223 Main street, oppo-f!4-t- f. sores, ufera? or eruptions, rheu- site Dr. Duvall's residence. matism, miO?or&rtnlt' disiwses, the sufSar-saparil- proprietor, sends his phaetons to the depot twice each day to meet the train-- . The guests all seem delighted with this cool, romantic retreat, particularly the children, who vie with Foil SALrcITounrjioLi) & Krrcnnx each other in praising our agreeable fering is terrible. Hence the gratitude FuiiNiTUitn. Commencing on Mon- and accommodating host, and his of tlne who discover that Ayer's lovely wife. L. J. G. day July 10 1880., I will offer at will eradicate this evil. o sale all my household and kitchen Mils. M. Kaiir. furniture. Resolutions. la nri-va- tp McCLURE. ijHI Would announce to his friends that his Forks of JSIklioni. tf Mrs. Ben. Warren, of Louisville, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Thonvis B:iker, of Woodlake, is reported quite sick with flux. Mrs. Murray and Mm Calvin Greenup are on the sick list this week. Misses Sue- and Lotta Innis spent last Monday with Mrs. J. H. Burdin. Mrs. Button, ofPrankfort, is visiting Mrs. L. J Cox, at Stedmnnsville. Miss Ollie Compton arrived home frqm Louisville last Wednesday evening. The time is set at "tnto" harvest; no cards, place, Stedmanville neighborhood. AtteailSosa, KnZgtfats ion of Mot- tezca dkdhdh IN MEMORIAM DAVID KIRUl'ATRICK'. & -- fez? A WWf&&i All members of Frankfort Lodge No io. departed this life, therefore be it K. of II., are earnestly requested to meet at Resohrd by Capital Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. their nail, this evening at ,2 o'clock, to par- F., that we deplore our loss and deeply reticipate in laying the corner stone of the gret the death nf our esteemed Wother. new City School huildinir. Resolved, That we will ever remember him JUNIETODD, Dictator. as a faithful Odd Fellow and a true friend, and tender to his family and friends our sympathies. ILoMJsville Resolved, That we will wear the usual bac'ge of mourning for thirty clays, and will drape uur FUBNISIIED BY GLOVEH (i DUUEETT, PHO- lod'e in mouring as an evidence of our esI'METOES LOUXHVII.I.E TOBACCO WABE- pro-found- Whkrf.as Brother David Kirkpatrick has OF- Boot s, Shoes, Mats, Boob, Is now complete. Thankful for the fe A Tobacco Market. 1IOUSE. teem. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions Tho snles on onr market for tho woek he sent to the widow ol the deceased and be nmount to 21562 hhih. nnd tho sales since published in the cily papers. Geo. W. Reock, Jnny. 1st nmount to 70.272 hhds. Tho week Committee. V. H. JurFRins, just closed mnrks the lowest range of values ) C. A. Nelson, of the year for tho good to fine grades of LIBERAL PATRONAGE Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- tinuance of the same, m Flux is the raging disease around in this portion of the county. Some 10 or 15 cases reported. Miss Annie South, of Frankfort, is spending a few days in this community with friends and relatives. Miss Susie Wilkerson, of Scott, was down last Sunday visiting her sister, w Mrs. Loyd Featherston. Mesirs. Newman and BLockersmith returned to their tobacco patch since s, the strawberries have disappeared. Miss Lyda Stedman left last Monday for Union county, where she expects to spend the summer with her sister. Misse? Bettie Jones, Jennie Featherston and Annie South and Mrs. Smith spent last Wednesday with Mrs. E. and S. Trimble. Mr. Jno. Newman and family and Mr.-- Win. Sudduth and family spent last Saturday and Sunday at Benson s it with friends and relatives. We had the pleeasure of meeting the Bloomington correspondent last Sunday. She is a charming and ac- -' compllshed young lady. ' Miss Mary Bell Cox returned home last week from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Texas, Kansas, California, and Colorado. r Mr. James Thomas, of Swltzer, had '' his picture struck off in Frankfort last - Saturday. His girl is delighted, but the artist has not been able to work his camera since. Mr. William Sudduth commenced topping his tobacco last Tuesday. It will b'e the first crop of the season. Lays Newman and Ilockersmith in the " shade of the strawberry patch. Wake up and gather blackberries, but ilrst top that premium patch. and Wilson, of Messrs. Frostier ' Woodlake, has the boss thresher. Last week they threshed .101) bushel of barley in one hour and three quarters at James 'Wood's farm, and the same week at Mr. Twyman's they threshed 800 bushels of wheat from half past 2 until seven. Died. At Woodlake last Saturday k at noon, of flux, Mrs. Jessie Wash, in her 20th year. She leaves a husband and J small children, the youngest only 7 months old, and a host of relatives and " friends to mourn her loss She was a kind and affectionate wife and mother ' and was beloved by all who knew her. She was a devoted Christian, a memPt'L ber of the Beform Church. Her faith was strong at all times and under all circumstances She never doubted that Jesus was ready and willing to save, and she trusted him to the last. Her funeral was preached by llev. C. L. Ford, at the residence of Mr. C. Murphy, two and a half miles from Stamping Ground, on Cedar pike, after f v , - bnrley tobacco. Tho common grades have about held thoir own. The manufacturing trndo is now in a very depressed condition, and holders of hurley tobacco will have to make up thoir minds to feed tho market sparingly or expect very low prices Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for new burley. 3.00 to $8.50 Dark Trash fi.50 S.f.O to Colory Trash Common Ltigs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.C0 7.50 fi.i0 to Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory.. . 5.50 to 8.00 8.00 to 11.00 Good Leaf 11.00 to 13.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 13.00 to 18.C0 -- From a Minister. Rev. C. T. Clark, a member of tho South Georgia Methodist Conference, writes from Tatnall county, Ga.: "One year ago I was taken with rheumatism and became almost helpless for over three months. All the remedies used ssemed to fail until I commenced tho use of Swift's Specific. I have taken five bottles, and am perfectly well and sound again. I would have written sooner, but waited to see if the cure was permanent. And now I unhesitatingly recommend S. S. S. as a safe and reliable lemedy for rheumatism. I have all confidence in its virtue." - ASSURING YOU THAT We will always do AS WELL FOE, YOU IF NOT BETTER !WM M !. .J THAN YOU CAIN April 17, 1856. DO W&SJ ELSEWHERE. I M &3 gM W. C. T. U. 000 - .i PJifl H p3 M y the family burying ground at the same place. WHICH iiiu rciutiiii.i wi'iv iiuunai id it. Active, PwsMng: and Relia- ble. Jos. LoCompte can nlways bo relied upon, to carry In stock the purest and best goods, and sustain the reputation of beingaetive, pushing and reliable. Having secured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, colds and coughs, will Hell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely euro any and every affection of Tli roat, Lungs and Chest, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to call and got a Trial Bottle Freo. i i "Woman's Christian Temperance It- Never Fails. Union will meet at five o'clock Wednesday p. m., July 21st, in the chapel of I have had blood poison since Octothe Christian Church Let every mem- ber, 188-j- , and obtained no relief from any treatment (nnd I tried several) ur-t- il ber be present. I commenced taking Swift's Specii-ie- . Band of Hope meets every Sunday at In one month I felt as well as I four o'clock p. m. at Masonic Hall. ever had. I atao had a good appetite o and was entirely free from the pains in A Letter from E&rSppiiaty my shoulder nnd head, which had torSprung. mented me so long. Now all the sores and swellings from my head are gone. To the Roundabout: S. W. McCautku, Presuming upon our old acquaintNo. 7G .Madison St. ance, I write you a short letter giving New York, April 30, J 88(5. you a faint description of this delightful watering place, situated in the Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mountains two miles from Crab Or- mailed free. chard. I feel it almost a duty to let The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, my friends know of this enjoyable, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 2;kl romantic place. Last year was the St. first time Drippings was thrown open to the public1, although tho water has Hard Times. been known, and drunk as the elixir "While money is close, wages and of health for many, many years. The prices low, expenses should be cut accommodations now are equal, if not superior, to any watering place in down in every household. Economy for mothers, head off Kentucky The new buildings are the watch word always keeping in the doctor bills, by situated just at the base of the moun- nouse, a uottie oi uv. uosanKo's lougn persons, tain and can accommodate in- with everything necessary for health, and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough comfort and pleasure. The fare is un- Croup and pain in the Cliest in one exceptionableevery delicacy of the night. for hard the season, well cooked, well served, and times. It is just centsremedy .01). Samand tf Price f0 the most accommodating and polite ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chile?. waiters. Tho greatest recommenda8 tion of the place is, that everything is so beautifully clean. You can stand in the pavillion at the rear end of the main building and hold forth your cup and catch tho cool, chrystal drops as they i!ow from a cliff that Is covered l'cr.oin who sutler from Indirection with beautiful ferns and creeping can nrrct the progress of that nmludy by the iiro'of tut plants The water falls into a large pill, o composed thut it will fcho tono stone basin, placed just at the edge of to tho sitoinucn, prevent rouo a grotto of ferns and mountain plants. tho liver to healthful net ion, invigorate melThe basin is illled with delicious tha,kidney,iiud thus, tluoughthc- activity of these organs, promote tho natural ons that are served to the guests at 4 movement of tho stomach and bowels. o'clock in the afternoon. One hundred AYrnt's 1'ili.s arc so compounded that mountain is a picturesque building their notion, though mild, cneciuallv procalled "The Governor's Lodge." It duces tho uboo ruiultit. They nUo, in stands upon a plateau, hewn out of curing Constipation, remove tho cnuo of Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Dissolid slate with a terraced walk leadease, Rheumatism, and many other .serious ing up to it. This little cottage con-fealiments. above base the of the tains two bed rooms and a sitting room witli voianda. Tho proprietor contain no mineral nor poisonous subtold me it was built especially stance, and do not irripe unlc.--s tho foi the accommodation of Gov. and bowels nro irritated, and even then their Mrs. Knott, who are expected hero influence is healtn','. To continue their ell'ect in constipated orehroniu this month. I hope the Governor nnd they need only bo taken In diminishing; instead his estimable lady' will soon be with of Increutiimr doses. For t,e:tmen, and us. The Governor's courtly manner, or travelers in sparsely settled his gay repartees and laughable aneccountries where phy.siehins arb not at dotes would add much to our pleasure. hand, they aro of inestimable Milue. There is hardly n sickness they will not Our highly esteemed and much belovalleviate, and in most cases cure, if taken McCreary and lady ed promptly. To young girls just entering have engaged rooms hero for tho upon womanhood, and to women whoso month of August. period of maternity Is drawing to close, is tine Sarlo's eolebrated The music Ayor's Pills, in moderate doses, merely suflleient to ensuro regular action of tho is large, Italian Hand. The ball-roobowels, will bo found of windows ventilated with thirty-eigh- t a hop evoy night of tho season. Ten EncalcuEabSe Value. pins, target sliooting and rambling ritKl'.MtED nv over the mountains am tho principal Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. amusements. There are now between forty and llfty guests, and mor arrivSold by all Druggists. ing every clay. Mr. Slaughter, tho 0 Our Oolored. and "CTclex-wesi- r C3rOOCls we have greatly reduced in price. Strarsxr We have all kinds of UNDE RWEAR Suitable for the warm weather. Oome azid. See TJs. liita, Humphries Gassell. READlPli&f iPlllEPllicEAD! iS--O Mim dinner. r.ftei'-cliimcr heni-ibur:- .21 We do not expect to make money on every article we sell; our plan is to close out the last piece of goods in every purchase we make. We frequently buy large lots in order to get prices to suit, and have large enough to keep accumulated stock. not store-room E E S0I1E -- AND RARE ARE - BMGWS ! 'H8 Jjt GOING TO GIVE THE TKADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. i "A et "WEITSEL 8Z O'ZDOSTITEIXjZ-.- , WEITZEIS NEW BLOCK. 223 ST. CLAIR STRKKT, N. B. 1,000 Remnents of all kind of goods at your owu price. cai-e- CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MATTERN, Prop'r, . & Stft a k a No, 439 Main St., Over Cnitcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House m PEAIKFOET, KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of of fine pictures Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS I "' - fc , . raHHMMkCTMA &xwwmatm ui 7:jt?ap'n.7jwdi iii rr n n mwrnnf mr nw rinmwinrrii rnir tnrmrTnmn Twrirnn iwrinn rmraTn rnr iwmwninin rarrwar nwawrBTmwtp .. " iKbtt)w4ifliraywajKCh3LMikuj.!tt iublv l&. &&& V V .i. ' If T-- " Wl I k FRANKFORT po-office WHWMiJUUT. Personal. Prof. A. Fu-cof Louisville, was in the city yesterday. Mr. J. C. Bradley left Saturday for Wyoming Territory, Mrs. Wm. McChesney, of Benson, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Laura Thomasson, New Castle, is visiting friends in this city. Mr. D. E. Wasson, of Versailles, was in the city the first of the week. Mr. Orlando B. Crittenden, of Arkansas is visiting his parents in tills city. Mrs. Annie B. Walcutt has been lying very ill at her home near this o, al Ernnklort, Kentucky filtered at the anccond class innilabli' matter. 0,000 0,000 S'T'OCTe" -- GEORGE A. LEWIS, Edit:t and. 188G. -Law-renceburg FRANKFORT, JULY 17, CLO BOUGHT AT THE 7 v The three Sunday Schools of & Bauer, Eva Schaffer, of Louisville, is visitinc Mrs. Georce Huffman in tiiis A lively game of base ball was play- city. ed at Lake Park Tuesday afternoon beMiss Ruth Stanton is tween the Lexington Club and the uncle, Mr. R. H. Stanton, visiting her jr., in Athletic, jrs., of this city, both colored, which resulted in a score of 8 to 9 In best values ever offered by us, These goods will Miss Dorsie Stanton will leave next fe iavor of the former. The fielding was week to visit relatives in Jackson, be marked so sharp that neither side scored until Tennessee. after the fifth inning. Mr. Richard II. Stanton, jr., of spent several days in this city The repairs upon the Baptist Church this week. have so far advanced that there will be Mrs. R. D. Deuson, of Louisville, is morning and visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Huffman, service there at 9 o'clock in this city. evening, and Sunday-schoa. m. Miss Una Marshall returned last FriRev. Dr. F. H. Kerfoot, of Midway, day week, from a visit to friends in and late of New York, will preach to- Georgetown. days for cash only. Now is to for all morrow morning. This eloquent young Mrs. W. H. Jeffers returned Thursdivine should, and doubtless will have day from a visit of several weeks to rela large audience. He is a fine preacher atives in Louisville. Dr. R. H. Lochrage, of Columbia as we can testify of our own knowledge. University, South Carolina, is visiting & Mrs. Eliza Myers and son, Mr. Da- Prof E. A. Fellmer. vid Myers, of Nashville, Tenn , have Miss Alma Miles left Wednesday been visiting Mrs. My ere' brother, Mr. morning for Louisville to visit her J. C. McChesney, at Benson Depot, the sister, Mrs. Guy N. Emmet. past two weeks. Her first visit to this Misses Maggie A. Lewis and Bessie L1I it' section since 1845. She came to this Markham left Wednesday afternoon to visit friends in Versailles. ZEaZHjX. city Wednesday of last week to visit Mrs. Dr. Wm Morris, who has been friends and took a look at the house in dangerously ill for several weeks, we which she was born on Wilkinson are glad to learn, is improving. trouble, walked to his front door to ask some one to street, and inquired about all the old call a physician, turned to go ba?k to his bed nnd Mr. Joe Marcosinj the citizens resident heie at that time. young violinist of Louisville, eminent fell in the Hoor a corpse. Ills funeral took place is visit- Monday afternoon from his late nsldcnce, nnd the The railroad then ran up the hill to ing Mr. Ed Harris, of this city. remains were Interred with the honors of Odd the Old Depot, and the only houses in DEALERS IN- Mr. Julian Cleland, ofKeokuk, Iowa, Fellowship by Canton Berry, No. C, of which he was the business part of the city she recog- is visiting friends and relatives in the a member. nized were the Mansion House, the Old city and county and is the guest of W. Shields' Now Great Southern H. Averill. Bank, and Mrs. Baltzel's residence. Mrs. Herbert W. Bromley, of Mobile, RAILROAD SHOW ? Rev. Thomas P. Dudley, D. D., the Alabama, is visiting her sister-in-lanoted and aged divine of the Particu- Mrs. John W. Bohannan, 540 Shelby ANDBaptist Church, died Street, South Side. lar or Hard-she- ll on bunday last, and was buried from f?Mrs. D. E. Wasson and daughters. AGENTS FOR- the Bryant Station Church (of which of Versailles, who have been visiting Mrs. J. B. Lewis for the past week, rehe had been the pastor for seventy odd turned home Monday afternoon. HENSLET LOT ON HOLMES 01!., years), on Monday, July 12. He was COMMENCINGMrs. Dr. Pusey. of Louisville, who the ablest man in his denomination, has been visiting her parents, Dr. J. Q. and was n devotedly pious, Christian A. Stewart and wife, in this city, re- MONDAY, JULY 19, 1SS6. REAPERS & MOWERS. "Uh gentleman. He had many friends and turned home Wednesday morning. Two performances dally 2 and 8 o'clock. The larThese machines are unexcelled for relatives in this community who will Misses Nina McGoodwin and Lena gest Ten Cents Show on earth, to Mar performers. sincerely mourn the good man, who Bennett, of Louisville, who have been Ladio3 and 01iilt.ren Especially Invited. simplicity, durability and lightness visiting Miss Fannie Herndon, at Lo'has gone to his rest. Dr. Dudley was cust of draft. A full line of repairs in STRAYED OR STOLEN! Grove, returned home Thursday. Mfi22fii&?n Wut,&tW& .ytuj' year. Among his in his ninety-secon- d 'LnH2aSf stock. Call and examine our stock V&fiZjyXr tj sifSS1 relatives who were former citizens of Misses Lucy Payne- and Liitio SalisRED AND WIIITE PEIFEU WITH END OF of Rusellville, Ohio, who before buying elsewhere. our community were Jeptha Dudley, bury, visiting the Misses Miles in have ONE cnt oil und White snots between her head been this and shoulder on right sldo of lurneek, we'ghlng Esq., Gen. Peter Dudley, Col. Ambrose city, left Wednesday morning for about 100 pounds, lroin the premhes of Mr. a. g. ,eifers. Will nay liberal reward for her return or W. Dudley, and Rev. Green Clay home. such information us will enaole me to recover her. A. C. HENRY, Smith. Miss Carrie Keller, of Cincinnati, Broadway, near fl xsc x EKES Gcara visiting her sisters, Mrs. July who has been Ann street Centennial Documents. Phil. Selbert and Mrs. Verberich, tht reolved his largo- Has just past week, returned home Wednesday All old deeds, letters and other relating in any way to the early afternoon. A HOUSE AND LOT, LOCATED ON THE CORNER history of Frankfort and bearing date Eev. .T. McC. Blayney, D. D., left A of Second and Murray streets, lot 60 by 100 feet, OFThursday for a trip to West Virginia Will in the latter part of the last century and Eastern cities to spend his sum- and house containing mo rooms. J. E. be sold on easy terms. Apply to KENT, Corner 2d & Shelby. July or the early part of the present century mer vacation. He will be absent until Stoves, Grates & be valuable contributions to the first of September. will Call nnd examine tho- PROF. AjFTJSOO, Frankfort's centennial to be held on Messrs. Snm'l R. Smith and Clias. C the Gth of October, 1880. Persons hav- Furr left "Wednesday afternoon for LOUISVILLE, WILL OPEN A CLASS IN SOUTHERN QUEEN ing such documents or letters in their Cincinnati to join the other members OF and piano music In this city on the first of the King Fisher Club and will Saturday In soptemoer. Persons wishing to taka possession arp earnestly requested to go from there to St. Mary's Wrought Steel Range, river, lessons will be furnished with terms on calling ut this ofllce. enclose the original or copies or state- Michigan, for a two weeks' fish. July Tho now Library Lamps, now Gas Fixturoo, ments showing where they may be Mr. J. Howard Gray, of the U. S. tho famous found to the Frankfort Centennial Coast Survey, who has been stationed II association or xo uoi. jonn Lt. scott, in Florida for the past year, is visitinir P PAINTED AND and wife, A GOOD BUGGY. NEWLY ut u bargain. RE-- .' Chairman Centennial Committee, his parents, Mr. Jolin paired, Is olfered for sale Apply at the Kentucky Military Institute. MRS. WM. T. DUDLEY. to Frankfort, Ky. and all newspapers And to many other usoful articles loo nuo' July merous to mention, all at tho friendly to the movement are requested to copy this article in aid of FrankLOWEST HARD TIME PRICES, At his home In South Frankfort, on Wednesday PUBLIC fort's centennial. Already a number morning. July Hth. l&'G, ilr. Alex G. Hkaw.nb.ic, u lingering Illness of more than n jear, with of these old documents have been re- ufter of tho face. cancer Of Land, Stock, Farming ImpleOf all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering ceived, including an original letter Tho deceased was a prominent citizen of this city, ments and Town Lots. gas lifting and plumbing. whero ho was born and reared. Ho was ii member dated in 1804, from Governor Adair to of tho City Council In 1K8; made tho race for the General James Wilkinson, giving his Legislature In 18Sd, and last August was n candidate Assignee Give mo a call, ASserve, on of II. O. Davis I will sell without reviews at length as to the propriety of for tho Scnato from thli district, and held tho pos'- of T. T- atthetlmoof his death-H- Timffs&ajr, taking Mexico from Spain, marked 2 tlonwas Street CommissionerMethodist 12, n member of the Church and a cents postage, collect. Also another gullant Confederate soldier during tho Into war. 16SG,ut 10 o'clock, n. in., on tho homo place, S-XjIEI town lots old document containing an account of He leaves a wife and n largo family of children to mile west of1 Midway, In15tho town of audi Alldway. house with rooms. Also ubout 40 acres of land situated near Midway. There the hanging of Beauchamp, July 7, nioarn his loss. General Insurance Agent, Tho funeral took place Thursday ufternoon from Is a two story brick dwelling house on the land, 1820, with the original poetry on the Methodist Church. which contains 8 rooms and has all necessary conveniences; one tobacco barn, two tenement houses, tlte tragedy written by his wife a In this city, on Sunday, July nth, 188G, Mr. David and FARM! Ofllco on Main St., Opposite Farmers' Rank. usually found on a farm. 'Near the THE Kr.iiKi'ATmcK, suddenly of hemorrago of the lungs. house 13 ii never falling spring ami a llbli pond. The REPRESENTING few hours before she committed suicide to A WELL KNOWN AND VERY FINE FARM. 7fj Tho deceasod cmno to this city from Lexington location Is convenient laud churches schools,1 Ac. tU Is .11 acres of No. land Near the above tract of in the Frankfort Jail. The centouninl about 18C0, and has since made miles by turnpike from Frankfort or Lawrence-burIS Leading American and Foreign Compasies, this his home. with a large tobacco barn on It, and u tenement pike from will have use for hundreds of these old Shorly after coming hero he was elected a policeman house with tf rooms, which will bo sold at the same Alton about 8 miles by coutalulng either Bridgeport, or llurdlnsvllle, WITH OVEIt papers and persons throughout the by tho City Council, in which capacity ho oorved until time. ISO acres of lund. lying In Scott county, one 217-2uCRE- S! Also 1802, when adjoining the farms of It. Fisher's country having them in possession will company he volunterred In Capt. Jas. It. Page's mile east ofknown as mill,Samuels and Glass place. All In grass or clover, except about 20 acres. The $100,000,000.00 ASSETS, P. ot tho Oth Kentucky Cavalry, and after willPepper, publicly tho 1, PROP- a solidly built brick house at same confer a lasting and valuable favor by serving out Ills term, was ugjln placed upon tho po. and bo sold with water. time. It Is well fenced Improvements consist of and kitchen, good double TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON l'ARM Lino of erty at lowest rates. Agent Anchor supplied of seven looms, pantry forwarding them or copies of them' at lice force und continued to servo tho city In that Tho stock consists of 4 No. 1 milch cows, 2 work cabin for servants, large stables, buggy liouso, gran- Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point In 1 Apr.17-1mules &o. Fencsaddle muro. ary, corn crib, Creat Brittuln or Ireland. o::ce, so they may be properly arranged capacity, with brief Intermissions, until twojears Tim and farming Implements are such us usually ing good, and a great deal of lt now, Kino well and ago. He had several uttacks of hemorrage last week found on a, farm. Hprlng in tho yard, and abundance of stock water. for the centennial, October (5. News- from which ho xecovered, but nbout 5 o'clock Sunday Job Work neatly exc- T. P. DAVIS, Assignee. Terms llberaL Deferred payments to suit purI). BitANiiAM, Auctioneer. chaser. Call on the undersigned, on tho promises. papers can aid by copying this article. morning he had u return of tho samo fearfu July cuted at this office. R.S KINKEAD, July Mill. i composed an excursion party who passed down to Lock No 4 on the Grace Morris and excursion barge Thursday. There were about three hundred in the party and they took dinner at the lock, returning to Tyrone city. in the afternoon. Great Auction Sale! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim '4 Mrs. at Car-rolllo- n. LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! represent the at the and Car-rollto- n, w LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION thirty In departments the time ol buy CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. CRuTCHER & STAR "WHITE -- w, -- WILD WEST, -- Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, fyc. -- 'Vi i- ;u v. . cGormick Binders, ; SiM fti ' 5l m M fit 17-l- t. doc-men- ts FOR SALE! 17-n- J. T. BU -- SPHIHG STOCK -- lantels. -- VO-c- al 17-t- f. T.-Gra- y 17-l- t. ilfiPilPfiff SALE JOB WORK o .August ono-hal- f two-ttor- y FOS TEIRY g, 1 smoke-hous- e, hen-hous- o. ?, 17-l- t. V v ?r.WW$ 3 I FRANKFORT ft? ROUNDABOUT, it FRANKFORT, JULY 17, 1880. TtooMH Willis Street. for ItnNT Green, No. 217 Apply to Mrs. Washington 2t floor to couple of gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. McCarty, St, Clairstreet, north of State Capital. .. ToBknt Furntslu'fi room on first i... To mnstt.-lilldrothe bare siurerestlon of a dose of castor oil is nauseating. When physic is necesary for the little ones, use Ayer's Cathartic Pills, they combine every essential and valuable principle of a cathartic medicine, and, ' M John E. Heffron, advance agent being sugar coated, are easily taken for Shields' New Great Southern Show, ISridgeport. is in the city making arrangements for ids great ten cent show to open here Copious showers. on Monday, See advertisement. Look out for mad dogs. She says it will actually occur very Masonic The desirable residence of Dr. Blackburn, at South end of Logan street in South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to Frank Clilnn, for terms. The soothing and restorative effects of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral are realized 4a t .mjt. 111 nn unia ui vuuim, uuuui wi mil; troubles, wnlle Its powerim iieaiingj qualities are shown 111 tne most pui- k 1 1 "O "D'sV IPDQ JV JT V U XLX O . -- DEALER IN- - nioiiary disorders. 1 IP nil dlM-ase- clyspepxlii.tii licit mini? (llKestlon,blclclio.i(laelio tin thousands testify. nililnx livniiiL'le. Banger A noglectail cold or cougTi may to i'iifiiinniilsi.rnnunintl(iii or other fatal citron Gtronfr'a Pectoral PillT . tr 1 - . : The Cemetery Company have passed There will bo a called meeting of an order forbidding riding and driving Frankfort Cominnndery, No. 4, K. T. faster than a walk in the Cemetery at the Asylum In Odd Fellows Temple, proper. this afternoon at 1J o'clock, for the purposo of escorting the Grand Master Mr Dirsie occupies his pulpit at the morning to the grounds of the new City School Christian Church cerennd night as usual. Seats free and all building, and participating in the monies of laying the corner stone. welcome. Sir Knights will report in full dress Col. R. P. Pepper purchased this uniform. By order of week of Mr. German B Stout, of Jas. A. Murray. E. C. his fine filly Linnctte, by .Woodford, Attest: Onward, dam a Mambrino Time W. S. Dehoxky, Lee. mare, for $1,000. Notice. "Wonderful Cures. 7-fP W-- R rm- 3- - m.' &: The members of Hiram and Esoteric Lodges, and all visiting brothers are Mrs. Dora Ferguson will sell to night at auction hats, bonnets, gloves, feath- - requested to assemblo'at Masonic Hall era, flowers and every thing in the mil- this afternoon at 2 o'clock for the purlinery line. pose of participating in the ceremonies week. of laying the corner stone of the new Miss Ida Crockett has returned home Rev. W. K. Ajcbill, returned Mis- Public Building from an extended visit to friends at sionary from Jamaica, will preach at New Castle. the Christian Church next Wednesday BioomSngton. Several gentlemen of this place connight at 8 o'clock. All will enjoy this template visiting Old Point Comfort Fishing about over. talented minister. No collection. next month. Threshing next in older. y in Mr. J. A. Two picnics There will be a meotipg of Frank Jack. Wallace is quite sick this week Scott's woods and one at Pea llidge , fort Council, No. 7, Royal Templars of with chills. school-housTemperance, on Monday evening at Mifs Julia Dickerson, of Louisville, "Rev. Robert E. Caldwell will preach 7 o'clock at the photograph gallery of is visiting Miss Katie Johnson. evenat Franklin Church G. Mattern. A full attendance of H. Miss Jennie Hawkins, of Louisville, ing at 3:30 o'clock. the members is desired. is visiting relatives near this place. Regular services at South Benson y Miss Lizzie Wallace and Eddie Church at 11 and ladies ofihe Baptist Church deThe Brown are on the sick list this week. o'clock each day. to roturn their thanks to the'friends sire Mrs. Zeeba Webster has returned Harvesting is about over for thi. Who so liberally patronized their lunch, after a protracted visit to friends season, except saving timothy hay, Mrs. M. L. Camp- homeGeorgetown. at the residence of near which is now in progress. bell, on Thursday evening. The net A Sunday-schoconvention will Dr. Geo. M Reddish and receipts were upwards of sixty dollars. be held at Pleasant Hill Church, begin- Pulaski county have returned wife of from p o ning Friday night, the lGih, and con- visit to his sister, Mrs. Mattio Jenkins Sunday-schoP. H. Duncan, State tinued over Sunday. All are invited. Miss Minnie Fanner had the misforEvangelist, will hold a Sunday-schoMiss Katie Johnson, who Plpasant Hill, beginning visiting friends in Louisvillehas been tune to break one of her arms last Institute at for the Wednesday, caused by a fall from Friday night, July lGth, and will con- past four months, returned home last hore. tinue over Sunday. Dinner prepared week, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. One little boy in this vicinity is si Saturday.' All are cordially invited to Annie Dickerson. fond of a horse that he will walk twe The combined Teacher's Association attend. picnic, last 'Satur- miles any time to get to ride a nun and Sunday-schoday, was well attended. The exercises dred yards. When a gentleman, who is a candi- were very interesting. The dinner, The editor of the Roundabout hondate for office in this city or county, burgoo included, was sumptuous. Hon. ored the village and vicinity with his goes to Louisville to have the necessary J. L. Scott, Col. T. B. Ford, Mr. and presence last Sunday, being the guest printing announcing his candidacy ex- Mrs. Walter Franklin and Mr. T. Utter-bac- of Mr. Wilder Dupuy. of Frankfort, were present and ecuted, the supposition is that lie ex- added much to the interest of the The Presbyterians expect shortly to pects to go there for his votes also, and meeting. The singing, by the ladies erect in this town a church house. Such a step would meet doubtless would make a better race and gentlemen of Peak's Mill, load by hearty approval of the with the entire Mr. T. N. Sullivan, deserve especial there than at homo. community. applause. Leo. I have given Tongaline a fair trial That the Rouxdarout is a first-claThe following is a revised list of the officers in facial neuralgia, and, to use my pawas shown last advertising medium tient's own expression, "it is the medweek. A gentleman 'who lost a cow at the August election: icine for that disease." It has done and messages, and Court House J. V. Hohannan, Jas. Rich him more good in one week than all sent out hand-bill- s the drugs taken before within three weiittpthe country in search of her ardson, judges; K. it. Uayle, Clerk. Maiket House Geo. Valladinghnm, himself, none of which brought the Wettzel, Judges; Thus. Hutchison, Clerk. J. years. cow, but by inserting a small adver- f Gai House Henry Pohgrove, N. I. Mo J. P. Rinkel, M. D., Brighton, Ills. tisement in this paper on Saturday he Daniel, Judges; J. N. Crutcher, Clerk. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Forks Elkhorn C. F. Jacobs, Scott succeeded in getting her home In a few Judge-.- ; H. C. Greenup, Clerk. Tiik Best Salve in the world for hours after. Peak's Mill L. Hannen, Wyatt Parker, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt The Roundabout is the people's Judges; Geo. Paikcr, Clerk. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Uloomington Kichuul Wiley, paper; everybody takes it and every- Judges; Milton Arnold, Clerk. Wni. Jones, Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures body reads it. Haiti Knob Geo. V. Harrod, Chas. Piles, or no pay required. It is guarJudges: Jeff. Riner, Clerk. anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or The Ladies' Exchange of the Meth-- . Reion J. R. Hamilton, J. B. F. Stigers, money refunded. Price 25 cents per odst Church will be held at the store Judges; Jas. Hetties, Clerk. J. W. Jenkins, box. For sale by Joe LeCompto. JJridge'port, W. Harrod, of Mr. John T. Buekley, on St Clair Judges; C. H. J.Parrent, Clerk. street, on Saturday, July 17, from 10 Cedar Run Scott Diown, Win. Cook, If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain in back or side, cono'clock, a. in., until 0 o'clock, p. m. Judges; Ren. Rogers, Clerk. stipation, etc. neulcct ni:i notiitnl. One dose Hat Creek Elijah Harrod, Richard of btroaE'o Sanatlvo Pills will givo relief. The following ladies will furnish the Hutchison, Judges; Jasper Dalton, Clerk. Aiewdoscj restmo to now health and vigor. supplies, viz: Mrs. Jno. L. Jones, Mrs. o Waller O. George, Mrs. Gus. Talhott, Corner Stone Ceremonies. Louisville steam bread and rolls at 8t. Kleber's. S TheoMrs. Walter Franklin, Mrs. E. The following is the programme for the lay13. Taylor, jr., Mrs. ing of the comer stone ol the new bald, Mrs. E. Public Ouro for Piles. John J. Quin , Mrs. Geo. Glllam, Mrs. School Building this afternoon : preceded Piles The procession will form on Main street, J. G. McLean, Misses Mattle Jones and the head resting on Ann, and will move at sense ofare frequently buck, loins by a and weight in the Emma Kayanaugh. 2:30 o'clock sharp: East on Main to High, lower part of the abdomen, causing We are requested to call especial noitli on High to Clinton, west on Clinton to the patient to suppose has sone elecattention to the place John T, Buck- Ann, south on Ann to Broadway, west on tion of the kidneys or neighboring orBroadway to St. Clair, south on St. Clair to gans. At times, symptoms of indigesley's Stovo and Tinware store. Main, west on Main to Washington, south tion are presotn, flatulency, uneasiness of Hibernia, which was on Washington to Wapping, cast on of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like The Steamer to St. Clair, south on St. Clair to perspiration, producing a very disaso long roosting on the river bank near Second, west on Second to the school yard, greeable itching, after getting warm, Worthville, was gotten off and taken where the following progi amine vill be ob- is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to to Madison, Indiana, several weeks served: . Prayer by the Grand Chaplain. the application of Dr. Bosanko's ago, and thoroughly overhauled and 2. Introductory remarks by the Mayor of Pilo Remedy, which acts directly upon the city, Hon. E. II. Taylor, Jr. repaired. She will come up tho part effected, absorbing the Tu3. Music by the Baud. with an excursion party from below The Mayor vilj intioducc the Orator mors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price CO and will extend her trip up iho river of 4. day, Rev. George Darsie. the cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Speech by the Orator. Oregon, leaving her wharf at 5. as far as Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by 6. Music by the Band. 7 o'clock p. the foot of Broadway at the Poet Hughes & Chiles. 7. The Mayor will intioducc in., and all those desiring to tako a Laureate, Maj. H. T, Stanton, who will denice rido up the river should be on liver nn Oiigiual Poem. 8. A National Anthem by Prof. Graham hu'nd at that time. Capt. Pence is still and Choir. m, flKRtUtfctV iMALlior ilYEAKMSS AND In command and says ho now has as 9. Laying of the Comer Stone by the DECAY. WDEBILinQWE)lALEJI fine a boat as ever ploughed the Ken- Grand Master of Kentucky, and the A Llfd Esperionco. Romarkablo and Accompanying it. tucky, and hopes his friends will not quick auros. Trial Paclmsos. Bond 10. Btamp for soalod particulars. Addrosa forget him. She will leave promptly Choir. A National Song by Prof. Graham and Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, SVlo, evening. at 7 o'clock 11. Benediction by the Grand Chaplain. to-da- Auction! Auction! W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and "Sow your turnip seed the 25th of Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: We have been selling Dr. King's New July wet or dry" and An extermination of the canine race Discovery, Electric Bitters two Buckyears. len's Arnica Salvo for would be beneficial. Have never handled remedies that Mrs. Curr, of Cincinnati, is visiting sell as well, or give such universal friends in this section. satisfaction. There have been some Lister Terry has about recovered from his recent illnes, 1111:11 iui iiva 111 uin i.ii.y. nint-iuiisira Mr. Alex. Julian, sen., has been very of pronounced Consumption hnve been entirely cured by use of a few bottles sick for a week or two. of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken inJ. II. says it was a hand spike in connection with Electric Bitters. stead of a 15 inch cucumber. We guarantee them always. Sold by 1 Born. July 8, 1880, to Mr. Gran Jos. LeCompte. Spalding nnd wife a daughter. Foil Sale. A fine heifer calf. ApVocal music should be made a part ply to R. K. McClure. of our common school curriculum. Bprn. July G, 1880, to Mr. Mode Hall and wife, a son Still they come. "Whon Baby waa sick, yro gavo her Castoriu, Mr. F. M. Scofleld has been m roving his premises considerably this When eho was a Child, she cried for Costoria, soon. COFFEES, &a. Mm Pelts ii Window fite KY. A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN tf!,.5rPS ..faLiX, I'li STREET. FRANKfORT, All tho latest style May 8--1 v. furniture constantly In stock. . W. C. L. F. COMITOJf. Macklik. COMPTON&jMACKLIK, rnopiuKTons m r ELKH0RU HOLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL Roller System, -- AND Whon alio becamo Miss, sho citing to CaatorU, Whon eho had Children, sho gavo thorn Castoria, MANUFACTL'R- E- Six of the best grades of the best Plour made in the world. itol Square Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJan.2 18FG-l- r. For Salk ou Rent. The residence of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Snlyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. Rogers. MONEY SAVED -- BY GOING TO SEE- - e. Lvll Wt I IW i i T 81 5Bg .1141 to-da- :':mZ:B 3 lUNIHIWTES. , We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of i'ranklln county. Wc are authorised to announces. N. DAVID SON a an Independent Candidate forjailer of 'ranklin cunty, against the field, subject to the will if the people at the Auijust election, t886. forjailei:. ol ol ol 1 t FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as candidate for City Marshal at the August elec-llo1SE6. n, , juiil!vT Lhi Ji i-ZL ! J iL!?!- - , ol TF&m&s k, V JH ii V. Jan. BERBERICH3 23-C- ss Taken up as a Stray. ON THE FRANKLIN BY JOHN DAILY. LIVINGone mile from the city of Owen turnpike road, nmkfort. two barrow hogs about one and a half ears old neighing about one hundred and l.Uy lbs. neh. one black and the other black with white pots, nhlch I lime appraised at lUe dollars each. Witness my hand this 21th dav of June. lt&G. June 2Wt. R. A. THOMSON, J. t C. C. FOR PITCHER'S Se-bre- e. B 13 FOR LEASE FOR TERM OF YEARS. 'T'HE HOUSE IN MANSION HOUSE BUILDING 1 now occupied by John Haly as a residence, on Main street, opposite the Engine House, containing 14 rooms, to nhlch can be added 4 or 8 more rooms If required. It Is the best location In Frankfort for 1 prlMite hotel or boarding house. Apply to JunCHS-lm- . JNO. HALY. War-fiel- Centaur Iiiniment is tho most the wonderful Pain-Curworld has ever known. er tratrix of E. In the THE PUBLIC 1 lime bought NOTIGE! AVhltebldes, deceased, his IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I from Mrs. Addle Garrett, adminis- entire Interest Furniture and Undertaking WM. CE0MWELL Attorney-at-Law- f , And hme sold Busiisricss one-ha- lf Interest In my business to AND Risal Estate Agoxit, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the udjuining countios, and will also give special attention to tho purchase and sale of real estate, cullcetion of rents, claims, nnd the negotiation of loans. Offlee opposite Court House. W. S: DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the Urm nlll be STATEN & DEHONEY, And the business nlll be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street. May 8- f JAS. T. STATEN. -t - Wap-pin- g June 25-l- y. j3 A5 ri ZbTOTZaiE.. NEW PLANING MILL. 1 Moat Store 26-t- f. STor Sale! J.M. WAKEFIELD FIRST-CLAS- S 4 All tho store llxtuies and butcher tools are just in Kood as new. I desire to chungo business. Will sell the outllt In lots to suit purchaser. M. BUCRKHARDT. Julio THE UNDERSIGNED on HAS oodA business 1 meat store for sale, a street. Having rcoently added tohls Establishment First-Clas- s Pinning Mill, to Is now prepared furnish all kinds of Ity imm P&SH'M ivxaKcz. L1 Mil IvVn v" L'LW cere-moni- Lost ovFnilics Iucjj hood. Norvonscoca Wnnknasa, .Lack of S iron&Ui, Vicas o- - XSovolcpmonr, Ooapd ncrQunckerr. I'otltlro I'ronfn, full description aud lnttnrof mlvlca iu plain fo.il'l enTulopo.frca. Halo. N.Y. ERIE MEDICAL CO., l'.O. Iirowor 1T9. brindlHcrcMon. oseossos, tto IknoQtilnn dnys Oun Hiuuully Tithrv u month, Ho DxcepMon A QUICK, PEnMAMTUT. CERTAW CUREFCR MflW y,ta,H,Fns,!loig ALSO Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-tf. & Turnin t' Gotten out in tho Rest Style. n .)! Hv; fc sh V A i m h S3Kf tfXv piRBIHK iIW 1 WpRnvfliKMnBHRift! v; -. mmt j juiXAMl JJUUt-LLM- .' M ..'"'"H .UMJWI JUL II II IIBltiaJMWHMaMMMMWgMBB3aWMaHMtMMgWWWIHWi Ill Mil 1LI I1MI, lllllll JlJjULU.BJJWft Bll Wl IJ jjaV-J- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, don't tear it down, perish the thought. give their customeis their sacks after J). a Build it ui). Ilaggai chapter verse P. S. Tf it must be torn down here is the place to build it, land, timber and rock will be given in abundance and besides it isjiint simply impossible that Bridgeport or any other place needs preaching worse than we do. Build it on the Bidge. 2 Peak's Mill. Apples plentiful. Corn is now in demand. Now is the time for fried chicken. Mrs. Pierce ami Miss "Babe" Forsce are on the sick list. Miss Mattie Church visited Misses Lizzie and Katie Church Sunday. Mrs. T. T Penn and Mrs. C. B. Ilay-do- n visited Mrs. Calvin llockersmith Tuesday. Miss Mary Forsee has returned home from a several weeks' visit to friends near Frankfort. Mr. Jeff. Jones and sister, .J"oie, of Wood lake, mid a visit to the Misses llockersmith last week. Mr. C. B. Haydon 'has purchased of Mr. Shoemaker. ment for D. II. Bald win, of Louisville, a handsome organ Mr. T. 2s . Sullivan has also purchased one from the same company. In looking over the Peak's Mill column Pauvknu took particular notice of the piece in regard to the "Gully View" fete being a perfect success with one exception, and that was "noose berries" were scarce, there being but one on the market and that was of the "Davis variety." We think that was a lapsus lingue, for we know there was more than one "goose berry" there; whether they were of the "Davis variety" we do not know. But one thing we 'do know, and that is the market has been burdened with some very sour ones for the last 1") years. (Perhaps there might be sale for one in Kansas.) As for the rest of the "goose berries" we think the sale will be slim, for they seem to think there is no demand for sour ones. If such is the case they will remain on market for some time. Next Umeyou write, "Noddy," bring in your artillery to help you. p.' is ft "N! Pakvexu. 52arp. Warmer. ' Most farmers are hoeing their tobacco at present. Mrs. Noel Moore and Line Steger 'made a flying visit in this section Sun day. The Trustees of district No. 43 have employed Mr. Jasper Daulton to teach saict school. fr It" i-- i IT iiV We are having a good protracted meeting at Mt. Carmel Church with several additions already. The house of Mr. Job Broughton, with its contents, burned Friday of last week, which rendered the poor old homeless and almost helpless. We hope the good citizens of this community will help the old gentleman get another start in his old "age. The Teachers of Franklin county will hold a meeting at the Harp School completion. House, near Flat Creek, second SaturPuacuslaxtuusAuko. day in August. We hope the good o people will not forget it and be prepar- ILvitrKii's Fkhhv, Ky,, July, 188G. ed for the occasion. Let 'em come! My last letter was from Stone KitchPea Ridge. en, Franklin county, Kentucky. I was'compelled to leave there because Cooling showers. I gave the public a few facts in regard Oats nearly all cut. to school matters, itch, Ac. There was some devilment going on in the Stone Heavy crop of blackberries. Kitchen district, but I was afraid to Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of make it public, As I'm now in SiFrankfort, visited relatives and friends mon's barracks I am not afraid to tell you all about it. here Sunday last. A young lady from the Midway Orpicnics to- phan School wanted to teach in the Pea llidge Sunday-schoday.. There is a thresher in the neigh- Kitchen district. She was worthy and borhood which threatens to run a rival well qualified to teach, was endorsed entertainment. Its pluck is admired, by the examiner. She is intelligent, but the thresher that bucks against our of unblemished character, but could picnic will get left solitary and alone not get the school because she was a by a large majority. Campbellite. I have no stock in the water dogs myself, but your uncle Bro. Roberts preached here last Sun- thinks such conduct is wrong. Allow day morning and held meetings at me to suggest a remedy. Send such night during the week, attendance and trustees to the Feeble-Minde- d Institute. attention good. Dr. Stewart might help them some or calls things by their at least restore them enough to find the Bro. oberts rignt names aid charges on the ranks geese. If Dr. Stewnrt could bo the of sin with the impetuosity of the Old means of giving them mind enough to Guard and the force of an avalanche. make gooil trustees, he ought to be the United The Great Metropolitan daily has elected President of to leave the States. Being compelled Kitchtaken up the cause of the school boys en bv niirlit on account nf rlin Wnnrl. against the leucners oi the btate ana lake desperadoes, I picked an opportuthose who got a licking last session are nity and walked to Harper's Ferry, by delighted at the manner in which the way of Hatton. Arriving there after a coil Great Exponentof live issues with knew the spiing tariff attachment, handled the midnight, I scarcely so much. place, it I first gloves and then sat havingon improved teitchers without Mr. Lee, the little Jew, who called right down on 'em. is doing a good business, selling lots of Advertisements pay those who read tricks. He savs tho I'Misnn hr win noil them. Frankfort lost a cow and ad- so cheap is that ho steals his goods. vertised in the Roundabout offering I lis house is on Water street, near a liberal reward for her, Pea Ridge Goose alley. The next thing that atread the ad "and then there was tracted my attention was a new building going up opposite Pike's Peak, mounting in hot haste the steed." The- woods wer" searched, cow found, containing eight rooms, to be used as returned and reward paid. I know a summer resort by persons owning Orane Groves in Florida. On the opPea Ridge reads the ads. posite side of the railroad Roberts & Rumor says Franklin Church is to be Wright are doing a good business. torn down. This is regarded in the light The senior member of the firm is very of a calamity hero eve.i by those who polite to his customers, but is too lazy are not members of it. Old Franklin to furnish water more than once every is regarded with affection by all our peo- thirty days. The next building of importance is ple for the work it has done by its teachings!, memories, associations and for the magnificent steam mill, owned by w1") mation of character and the stamp left W. F. tno cjenn thing upon it. If the congregation h tw in the vay ol rim. Tueiv ,.:'0 m''!"- large build another Ii...iv, u iuj sma.. who think that they make a sacrifice to fel-low ol taking the corn. Give Lea trial if you want good meal. Up the road further I found the new depot in course of erection, by that old Campbellite Republican, Bell. I would have remained in the new depot until morning, but could not sleep Bell snoring so loud. Mad dogs are all gone. On last SunSutiduttli Sulftl&ur Spriasjjs. day one was on the train and bit the conductor and two brakemien. is prosCrops are fine. P. R Pattie's Sunday-scho- ol pering finely. The grand old man i3 Lawrence is after the boys. making good impressions on the minds of the young. He sometimes walks "Make hay while the sun shines." u Beech "Look-a-here- " Dan whar' dat nude. from Benson to miles. Ridge Church, of distance of five lie is a man Mr. Thornton Sudduth will soon brains as well as a good heart; loved, move to his new house. honored and esteemed by all the good Moore sold six steers people. Mr. Thomas Sunday-Schoat Mt. Zion, conducted for $210. Good luck to you Tom. by .J. A. JJell, is not large, he not nav-id- g the support of the children's parSomebody aak McCl lire's Durham ents. But one of the members of the Bull, sr., how that man broke his arm. congregation taking any part. He is Obanion Theophilus Theodore Bron- - doing his part well. There are some s son Sudduth will shortly take a rib, so who are too iazy to go to heaven and have not enough rethe widow says. ligion to keep them from going to hell. Two deaths recently: Geo. Tracy 25 EDUCATION. years old, Uncle Billy Pierce age 98. Peace to their ashes. Many thanks to the teachers of Kenthe Mr. J. A. Flynn, while moving his tucky for their efforts in behalf ofMay children of our illiterate State. to "this place lost a champion saw-mi- ll that God who rules the destinies of nafine horse. Sorry. tions remove all the fools who voted against the Bliar bill, is the wish of Nels. Shad says "if I can steal dad's Zeke. I have an abiding iaitli that he 's ole mar 1 intend to go to see Bird will, and whilst ho is attending to the girl nex' Sunday. opposers of the Bliar Bill, may he not The many friends of Billy Bryant forget some of our State otHcials, and sympathise with him in his misfortune. with the besom of destruction utterly Don't give up Bill. destroy the worthless, drunken, Legislature. Miss Docia B. Ilulette will teach our Dear nephew, will you please present school. The school room is to be new- my kindest regards to Mr. Stoflefunk, ly carpetted. Give me the old one. your correspondent at the Forks of my Col. Dan Moore parsed down the Elkhorn, for his advice in regard to leaving the Stone Kitchen, and the pike the other night with a sheep. It sympathy for me on account of being is not known that he bought it, thereafllicted with the itch. Ako my bet fore he must have stolen it. wishes to Mrs. Stoflefunk and the little We had a fine game of base ball last Stoflefunks My article is so long I will close. If Saturday between the Hunchbacks and Black Claws. The former won. but any one from Woodlake is disposed to Greasy Bill beat Henry Spaulding at hurt Zeke Yocum, you advise them, before coming to Harper's Ferry, to foot racing. call on my cousin, Joe Slaten, and get The friends of Judge Dan Moore are one of the things he has on sale before alarmed at his condition. He has symj -- starting. I'm some better of the itch. toms of lunacy, or has lost his Aunt HanYour Uncle, nah. He sits and sings: "When Jesus Zeke Yocum. comes to reward his servants," I know who burnt my house. Keynote to Health. Health is wealth. Wealth means We here that our old friend Junie Todd is a candidate for C C. C. With- independence. The Keynote is Dr. out speaking disparingly of his oppo- Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, nents, we must say the ofiice with its the best Cough Syrup in the world varied responsibilities could not fall in- Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Chest, Bronchitis and primary Conto more worthy hands. sumption. One dose gives relief in The stockholders of the B. St. J. &, J. every case. 'mice no other, rnce turnpike elected the following board oi r0 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & directors last Saturday: F. Goins, J. J Chiles. l Hulett, Dr. White, Geo. Bryant and W. C. Bryant. After which the board elected W C Bryant President, F. P. Lewis Secretary and Treasurer. This COLLECTOR'S SALE! pike is a much needed enterprise and FOR it is hoped it will be rapidly pushed to ol Tho tcdleal Brief, published at St. Louis, cays In the June. 1831, Issue : 'Jinny have becoxuo Metises to the uso of opium or morphine, lrom tho use of those drugs lor tho relief of Neural-p- i a. It la gratifying to observe that such consequences may bo averted by tho uso of Touoamnk, which la almost a spcculc in the acuto form of Neuralgia." dau-poro- wutm CAW O . - iTdMli TjfW r- - H. P'S BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIUM OR VRSORPHIHCX tTod Tnasallno In ftcr.ro of NeunTria of 13 or 15 5jnrn Btmdiotf, which bail rnslitod nil treixtmons. montbu Bltn.and the pntlent lias na joud parluct irtxyJom ircrni hex complniut " A. A. " Have) given Tcnrfnllno A filrtn.il In Neurnlsla. To tto my pat'out'u own expr? elnn. "It's the niAI- ctne tor that chseceo." J. i Itl.NEr.1, BrichUn, 111. " I comldnr Toattalino tho boct preparation lor NeurUgiu I have over tnod." O. V. Dotal, M, D., PlnevUlo, Ho. FOR BALK BY ALL DKUGQISTS. PRICK ONE DOLLAR PBR BOTTLE. VAbUL.NJi?ON AVJUiUU, fel. LOUIS. WtlULtUERf Ooie tfropriotor, ?Ol tud h. L. Ilonx, 11. 1 GcDtrjTille, Mo. tit Capital City Machine Works, it .iV mt BfTi f ;, rropresior l, IF 'A church-member- AGENT FOR- J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com- Kalamazoo Spring Tooth pany's Peerless Threshers and Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider ' Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Bciler Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps Saw-mil- 4' Dot-son- All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them' in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in FrankT- fort, Ky. 2JLJ2Jzl3gZ Juu S. Dissolution THE stand. of Partnership. DBURUB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING J. U. Brnnncr nud N. I. McBanlel, under the firm narne or Brnunsr &McDanlel, In tho livery business In Belle Point, li this dny dissolved by mutual consent. .1 Brunuer retiring. ,N. I. 3icT)nutel will continue the bu3'.nebs tit the old KENTUCKY'S 1 01 EEW, E0UTE EAST 'II M 0. tt .j ron ..g ;l,S a, PHiii Elm June J. 2G-- O. BRAWNER, N. I. McDANIKL THE ONLT LINE i.i "v imjaj OCrfZa ft U'.M J G2T sjasTOf. tasS-- r Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars FOR .A. SOLID FI10M TRiIlT CITY, DE. W. I. KELLET, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, BE AT THE Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, -- TO- WASHINGTON CAPSTAN ESOTKL IN TBANKFORT. KY.. Connecting In same depot with fast trains for SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. or BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by tho Brlnlterhoil system without usino the knife or lioatuhk mid without tiny pain. AH cases THE DIRECT RODTE TO LYNCHBUim, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. rau&nuuyuNfln Tor tickets and further information npply to jour nearest tlcket-ofllcO. ifl TAXRS, Vnlue of town lots. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER W. SMITH, General Manager, Richmond, H. W. FULLER,. Gon. Pass. Viboinia. Agt:,- - HID RECTAL C1T1IU Jags ! Name. Total tax' $1 80 85 3 85 8 45 .1 G5 Diseased conditions 1885. most of the chronic diseases, 500 200 700 250 1153 GO that produce consumption and Calvert. Ike. . . Gault, JW . . . Hales, C T. . . . Hammond, W It. Hodges, HC Kane, Wm . . . . Lewis, Wm . . . Lewis, Robert . . Merchant, CO.. Moore, Jns D . . Thomas, L. A. . . Todd, Mrs M L . 1884. Cox, Housekeepers, T Alfsufion IN STOCK, UTEItUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused bo.el, also treated. by n diseased KEEP CONSTANTLY 1 Cooper's and Nelson's COX'S, 200 840 GOO 5395 1000 700 100 700 1)90 8 4 2 2 8 1 9 05 15 too late, as Itching Is be cured 75 Can also symptom If not disease that the only a of the exists In tlin i)5 bow el. lower REFERENCES. IMS 50 W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGU10 SON, Frankfort; J. 31. WITHROW, Frankfort. PRURITUS, Itching Piles, ' nUTOI MSfIR Ff ffiS. & Manilla, of Which are Qurantced the best. Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK Calvert, Ike Gault, J W Goins, Phil Hales, CT Lewis, Wm Merchant, CO Todd, Mrs ML Moore, J D (Bal. duo) Calvert, Iko Gault, J W Hales, C T (Bal. Due) Morchant, Wood Todd, Mrs ML Calvert, Ike Goins, Phil Gault, J W Morchant, C J W Pamphlets describing theco diseases sent free to 3 70 any one by addressing 2 75 85 85 2 75 My own make. Pure Spices, ground un-- l whole, the very best 1 can buy, an'l attention Is especially called to my lot) W. I. KELLET, M. B., 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, Dec. PEPPER, Gallon. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, Don't fmt lo cive . . . 100 8000 800 700 100 800 200 3000 500 200 75 100 3 40 85 10 05 2 00 2 75 85 1 85 1 15 CONSULTATION FR3E. 2G-l- at $2.(X) nu a trade, ier JOSEPH R. C. STEELE, - LeGDMFTE ! 1883. THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST, ... REAL ESTATE AGENT, Choice FRANKFORT, KY., WILL 3Iny22-3m- 'Ora! Cheap.- - 10 05 2 10 1 15 ATTEND . 1882. 77 85 1 15 or adjacent counties. TO BUSINESS EITHER IN ALL C 1. July 1881. Goins, Phil Gault, J W Merchant, CO Russell, Mrs J W 1880. 200 75 100 77 85 1 15 85 1 45 H0M(E0PATHISTS it 111 ;: i ! KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Pi ices. Telephone connection No. 30, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. - I 200 100 1879. 800 100 100 200 3,000 Morchant, C. C OPPICE 31'7 2MLj&.T2T ST. . -- Forbs, Hiram, . . Merchant, O. C.. . Morchant, Wood. Thomas. L. A. . . Todd, Mrs. M. L. 85 85 1 20 10 05 J. S. COLLINS, DE2STTIST, f .:- ? M' -- i -?" ?.'?': Are uerSVctly fiar andcVanys y Used nuularlv ty 1,KW American Womvii. Jwsirnni'.l ntiiwrict' it nil or S'ntJi rirfsjit'v. Don't wru.ta oilioro.nu worlinlvhu iioriiirmo. '.Try, mmifv "'! bv .ill DrusuMth, tbla Rosnady Aral. SimI 4 c?nts Icr pti ll( u'.urn: mailed to nny wlilm. TAMS h -- ' PiiAia"i' - iilVtJ. Ii, ''-t- o-, I will on Monday, August 2d, 188(5, OFFICE, 3IAIN STREET, .OPP. RODMAN BROS.' J Teeth extneted without pain niar.'20-tdoor in the City of Nltrouho OxMu (cr luughli'g) gas. by the ube of at the Court-hous- e Frankfort, Franklin county, sell at Publie Sale for cash, to the highest bidI. F. der, the above Town Lots for taxes due the town of Belle Point for the years 1885, '81, '83, '82, '81, '80, '70, or LODGE. NO.O, MEETS EVERY so much of lot a3 will satisfy said CAPITAL Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LESA.OWEN,N. G. amounts. J. R. Williams, Sec. p. April 10 tf. NOZL CATNIP, r. B, 0. 0. MARRAG 3fiO PACER. Illuitratrd ii Cloth andOlli Blndhijr, J50& Ulutltvur mftlnni Ramp. nonrr pftt pr. PR. M hi. ltuiV,,.- tain, am, tho curious, duubttul or Inquliltlrewaiitlol.iiow. valuable information. f "llpf. very IctcrritinR and nro prcniotrd by It, ilKALTH, lIKAtTY anil uilvlio who llinv Marrv. who nnt. uhv, Mnllrnl AM. ulmt. ... .... Irouflhtliomotojoii. fiOKomlrrful I'KJf PltTinKrUtruo to lite, l ouiik or old, married ortlnglr, tick or ell, iliould eUdE 4 Tcadlt.fctMiMlfdbyDR.WHITTIER.8f HBOUTTIIIU OUT AMU tUCKD WITH OIIUKU.