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QEORGEA Fhe Frankfort Roundabout. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR u. Volume IX. A FRANKFORT, KY., JULY Si, 1886. Number 4& Mr. James W. Hodges and family, now house of four Foil Rkxt.-'-Hy- of Waco, Texas, are visiting relatives rooms, hull, cellar ami veranda. drant in the yard. .Call on Willis L. at Benson. Wayts, corner Cross and Conway Shad could not steal "dad's old mar" streets. oh! how sad. Come over, Shad, and I'll lend you my ca f. There will be a grand Democratic cuts Mr. A. Barbecue in Julian's woods, near 10,000 Jas. per Flynn's saw-mi- ll Semo-ni- s feet day. Mr. Basil at which speaking, 'Bridgeport, engineer. "Dad sinked, he's a music, dancing and handshaking will goodun," quoth Jim. bo the order of the day. Your devil or somebody else made mo say Dan, when it should have been Mr. Darsio occupies Ids pulpit at the Dave in my last letter. In other morning words Dave Moore stole the sheep. Christian Church night at the usual hours. Night and Mr. Flynn's coat caught fire from the subject "The Decfeitfulness of Sin," engine last week, when most conAll cordially welcomed. sumed a terrific explosion .occured, many of the neighbors believed it was A base ball club has been organized Gabriel's trumpet, others contended at Benson, of which. Judge J. Dan. that Dave Moore had only fallen from Moore is the manager. Col. Dave old "yaller." But the subsequent inM inhabitation Moore is also an enthusiastic member, sists that itsoon told the tale. Jim e m was only a little turpen-timand is given up to be the boss back to grease "mine ingun." But stop in the country. It is said the the sad truth boys, it smelled more like Uncle Zeke Yokum's "mad dog." r Louisville Club arc anxious to secure team next season. Pie I am (pardon egotism) a handsome him for their is a strong batter and cannot be excell maiden of sweet 10, weigh 92 pounds, medium blonde, fond of music, the ed as a base runner.- boys give me a gracious sinilo; but Miss Rebecca Averill gave a tea on say, Uncle Zeke, can't you send me a . Thursday evening to her friend, Miss neaw. .Not at nil particular wno, exover Alice Page Nelson, of Virginia, who cept he must not bo drink 23, weigh less no whisky, than Dave Moore, has recently come to the city to reside chew no tobacco, and eat no opium. in the family of Col. Iloge. There Say, if you see such a fellow send him were a number of our captivating this way by telephone immediately if n sooner. Don't want them belles and gallant beaux iu attendance not "fellows," nobody from Harwho enjoyed the evening to the full per's Ferry; by the way how is the itch? is: extent. Miss Rebecca is a charming Kinder think you would fill the bill minus the itch and Republican proclivihostess. ties. We certainly can be one on the If there .is any man in this country subject of "John Barleycorn" or "Bam'who lias worse luck or more to dis- boozle Juice." All correspondents courage him than Capt. Sandy V. please address Sweet Belle My Own, S.S.'S. SwihstIO. Pence we don't know who it it is. In making a landing at Grata on Tuesday Editor Roundabout: his boat, theHibernia, ran upon a rock Governor Knott is advertised to adin the bottom of the river and stove a dress the Democracy at the picnic at hole in her hull, necessitating the un- Julian's woods, July 31st. We hope will, loading of the boat and laying her up the Governor he, as in his address, explain how the Governor of for repairs. Kentucky, permits criminal convicts most heinous crimes to be turnMr. Sam. Thomas, of White Sulphur, of the ed loose upon the city of Frankfort Scott county, a young man well known to walk the streets through the day . in this city, was assaulted in a coward- - and a portion, of tho night in open brutally beaten with a violation of the law, and to be employly manner and families and to do other work stick by J. H. Northcutt, at that place ed In honest labor in our midst could that He was qn Saturday afternoon do. his horse when Northcutt came It looks bad for Kentucky for her up behind him and dealt him a fearful Governor to have felons employed at Mansion and the blow on the back of the head, knock- the Executivethe work some poor State House, to do man ing him senseless and fracturing his would gladly do for a mere pittance. skull. Thomas, as attorney for Lex- Let the Governor explain himself to ington parties, had several executions tho. people on the subject July 31st. issued to satisfy judgments against The people are anxious to hear from him. Northcutt, which so enraged him that Respectfully, ho took this cowardly method of A Citizen of Fuankfokt. vengeance. h ' wreaking-hiTlte Centennial Register. Mr, Thomas was improving at last ' was still suffering great Office or Bradley & Gilbeut accounts, but Publishing Company, pain. Louisville, Ky., July 1, .There is nothing this city needs so Hon. John L. Scott, Chairman Centennial Committee, Frankfort, Ay.: roiich as an electric flro alarm system. Dear Sir: I am ploabed to lonrn thnt tho .Th'ursday night of last week the citizens of Frankfort propose celebrating, saw 'dust pile at Mr. J. M. Wakefield's iu a raannor bofltting tho occasion, the one mill caught fire, and the alarm was hundredth anniversary of tho settlement of that city, and I bog allowed tho privigiven, but no one could get to a tele- lege of contributing to botho success of tho to phone to notify the fire department of enterprise by presenting to the Centennial the locality of the blaze, and they ran Comraittco a Register, in which all tho resiFrankfort may inall over town before finding where it dents of, and visitors to, such historical and scribe their time. If the biographical names, with they may seo fit to wai, losing much valuable romarks as to-da- y, , J Frankfort, Ky., July 6th, 188G. John C. Hoihhn, Esq.: Your letter of tho 1st instant, tendering for tho use of Frankfort's first Centennial, on tho sixth of next Octobor, a largo register prepared for that purposo by your publishing house, has been recoived, and your generous offer will bo accepted with equal gratitude and prido. Your motives in tho gift are among tho highest and purest that nctuato human conduct, springing alone from your desiro to do good to your nativo place. Allow mo to suggest that tho register be made of durable material, and in tho form of an alphabetical index, so that everything relating to tho same oiuco, person, family or society may bo readily found undor the proper letter, and that tho register bo large o enough to contain 710,000 names, with headings for remarks, and with sufficient blank pages, either at tho front or back, to hold a complete list of all the Governors and Stato Officials of Kentucky, as well as the Mayors and Officers of Frankfort during its existence. Your suggestion that this register, with ,a full registration of all the citizens of Frankfort, and all who attend and take pnrt in) the Centennial, with all the facts that may' bo gathered from all tho offices, churches, societies and business interests, and all tho orations, poems and othor offerings, be turned over to tho archives of tho city, to bo preserved until tho second centennial, a hundred years hence, is n good one, and I have no doubt that your wishes in this regard will bo oboyed in due form at tho close of the centennial coromonies. Yours, John L. Scott, Chairmrn Centennial Committee. suit-abl- m -- BARGAINS! AT- R K. M'CLURE'S! -- Call and see our- - REMNAHT TABLE -- OF- SHOE great manv at-- w 'A mJLmnlmifmfdmJL Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now YOUR PICK FOR $1.50. STRAW HATS AT COST. Come quick before all are sold & stone-kitche- luflaiiamatorj' Rheumatism. For over two years I suffered intens-l- y with muscular rheumatism. I became almost helpless, and had to be helped out of bed. At times I was unable to turn myself in bed, and had to bo handled as tenderly as an infant. My chest was involved, and the pain was intolerable at times. All the old n remedies were exand hausted, but no permanent relief was obtained. About a year ago I was induced by a friend to try Swift's Specific. The effect has been magical. My friends scarcely recognize me. My rheuma tism is entrely gone, my general health is superb, and I am weighing thirty pounds more than when I began taking S. S. S. I am able to attend to all my ministerial work. I am devoutly grateful for my restoration to health; which I owe, under the blessing of God, to Swift's Specific J. M. Lowky. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d . St. well-know- R K M cCLURE. . vd $a V3. JA ur - Oolored. TT":n.d.ez -s7v7 - C3"OOCLs we have greatly reduced in price. We have all kinds of ear and Straw f K sit-ting- on UNDERWEAR; Suitable for the warm weather. tmm o Wild Cherry and Tar. s ,i . Everybody knows the virtues Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any efiections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in tho composition of Dr Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup making it just tho article you should always have in tho house for Coughs, Price Colds, Croup and Bronchitis 50 cents and SI .00 Samples free. Sold 3 by Hughes and Chiles. Come sind. See TTs. HampMes & Cassffi m of Hudson, USED! fcEADH SJCt"MBwf WE1TZEL & 01UUMMElLL . 1 i HALLS hair KENEWER. "Vo go table 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 storcJ-roo- j- - fcr. V Ih rap city had an alarm system the exact locality of the firo would have been given in the engine house, and the fire boys could have gone directly to it on leaving the home. A complete system, with fourteen boxes, bell striker, gong, joker, apparatus for unloosing the horses in their stalls and letting them out to run to their places, &., can be had for $2,000 or S2,500, and would be money well spent. Our city is fast assuming larger proportions and should keep up with our sister cities hi pro viding all the modern applications for protection against destructive fires. ' s. s. s. Hot and dry. Benson will barbecue July 31st. The candidates are waking up the boys. J.v,&. Y Magistrate's race "red hot and still To which the.CoptonniaJ Committee heating." mado the following reply iu accepting Make no mistake bays, S. S. S. tho offer: weans Sudduth Sulphur (springs. I . - write. Such a register might, when comploted, bo doposited with tho nrchives of tho city, and would. I feel confident, prove not only interesting, but valuablo to futuro generations. I am impelled to this offorbyno o or personal agfor grandizement, but by one of tho strongest of all human motives lovo of one's native place -- as well as by gratitude to the people of Frankfort and Franklin county for honors conferred upon my father and undo, and for the many courtesies extended to mo and mine. Should your committeo decide to accept this offer, pleaso advise mo at your oarliost convenience, so that tho book may bo mado e and forwarded to you in time to bo of for tho purpose for which it is suggested. You will also oblige mo by suggesting a form by which to make tho register, so tbat as much information as poasiblo may be contained in tho space allowed. Wishing you and your committeo abundant success in tho preparation and execution of your pluus, I am vory truly Your obddiont servant, Jno. C. Heundon, Vice Pres't. of the Bradley & Gilbert Co, do-sir- It causes new growth of hair on bald heads provided tho hair follicles aro not dead, which is seldom tho case; restores natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves tho scalp healthful and clear of diinilnill'; prevents the hair falling off or changing color; keeps it soft, pliant, lustrous, and causes it to grow Jong and Hall's Hair Rekewek produces Its effects by tho healthful influence of its vegetable ingredients, which invigorate and rejuvenate. It is not n dye, and Is a delightful article for toilet use. Containing no alcohol, it does not ovan-oraquickly and dry up tho natural oil, leaving tho hair harsh and brittle, us do to after its test of many years, should bo an assurance, even to tho most skeptical, that it is really meritorious. Thoso who havo used Hall's Haik Kknkwek know that it does nil that is claimed. Tho great popularity of this preparation, WE HAVE SOME RARE AND AKE BARGAINS! GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. TEITZEL CAPITAL EL SC O'ZDOIIsrElILiXj, WEITZEL'S NEW 11LOCK. 223 ST. CLAIR STKEET, thick. ' N. B. 1,000 Remnants of all kind of goods at your own price. sor-vic- other preparations. Buckingham's VOU TUB Dye GALLERY! a, MATTERN, Prop'r, ART Colors ana bccniiiolt is Harmless; produces a permanent natural color; ami, being a singlo preparation, is mora of implication than nuy other. W lu ll. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N. II. Sold by all Dealers iu Medicines. is tlio best uye, WHISKERS them brown or No, 439 Main St,, Over Grnteher & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House black, as desired, cou-vcule- nt PEANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. At f I i.e. z1 & V - if ilfefc. r .,. ( lV- m, !av- - mi . U"i 'i:t p j. - i hMM Li5ri:;wryiu.rca'4w.; T.'-ty'frre .Jr.: - r. tf ij j m 1 ?n-w- r mm ' ' T lUAiKIOilT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the at EranMort, Kentucky asxecond class mailable matter. pou-offi- cc - . M &, -- GEORGE A. LEWIS, Edit:c and FRAKKFORT, JULY 31, 1880. blood-suckers are The .bummers and at a lively rate. getting in their work Every candidate's success depends upon what "we is don' fer ye! I tell ye, KurncI, we is lliakin' it red hot fer ' B- - tion on Monday. Mrs B. K. McOIure will return today from a two week's visit to friends in Owen county. Maj. Win. Starling, of Sunny Side, Arkansas, is on a visit to his sister, Mrs. U. P. Pepper. 'em." Miss Laura Bransom, of Lock No. 4, popular is visiting friends at Carrollton and Lawn Tennis is now the nnuweincnt with our young people. Prestonsville, Ky. Mr. Guy N. Emmett, of Louisville, Courts have been established in the lot spent the past week in this city, .T. Stoddard Johnston, on the of Col. visiting relatives. corner of Second and Shelby streets, Mrs. Penelope Wingate and libs and in the vacant lot of Mrs. Tarlton, Mary Campbell Sawyier are visiting on the corner of Second and Steele. relatives in Covington. The warm weather does not teem to Mr. Richard Morris and wife, and interfere with the game. Master Gavin, of Spring Hill, were in Louisville, are visiting Mrs. C. C. Farr, on Third street. Miss Fannie Murphy, of Greystone Hall, was viiti nc: Mrs Grant Green, jr., this week. Judge Joseph II. Lewis lias gone home to Glasgow to vote at the elec- Mis. Ed. Coleman and daughter, of 0,000 BOUGHT AT THE 0,000 TOO & ttspn ujpui nj . .i i Great Auction Salb! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August' Bernheim Bauer, at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! . tf ' the property of Judge P. U. Major, Mr. Jack Long discovered some old newspapers, which are a cuviosity to most of us, but will be recognized as old friends by tiie older members of this community, viz: The Frankfort Commonwealth of January iG, 1841, published by Col. Orlando Brown, sr., and Col. A. G Hodges, under the firm name of Brown & Hodges. The Ken tucky Gazette of January 30, JS11, of Lexington. The Observer and of August 24, 1842, also of Lex ington, unu published by D. C. Esq., and the Shelby News, ol February 17, 1811. lie-port- er, Viek--lifl'e, Louisville this week. In looking over some old documents, Miss Lizzie These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the Rodman lias returned from a viit of several weeks to relatives in Hopkinsville. Mrs. F. M Thompspn, of Paris, who has been visiting relatives in this city, LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REOUCTIO JL. , HI S IK ;.. IN 5V4 J r'l 7f, Bellepoint, The Champion Saw-mil- l, has had two accidents to employes last week. Young Alex. Robinson was attempting to put a belt on a pul ley when he was thrown forward and ., the back of his hand came against a saw cutting it pretty badly. The next day Ed. Tracey attempted to nut the same belt on and the sleeve of his shirt on the left arm was caught in the belt and he was drawn around the pulley several times, breaking his suun above the elbow and tearing and lacerating the arm fearfully. Their wounds were attended to by Dr. J. C. Ely, and they are doing as well as could be expected this warm weather. As freight train No. 28, on the L. ct N. .load, was coming up from Louisville Thursday afternoon, one of the trucks under the box car next the caboose broke, when at the bridge across Benson, near Benson Station, and threw both that car and caboose off the track, wrecking them badly Mr. Chas. Diekerson, the conductor of the train, who was standing on the roof of the caboose at the time, saw the wheel when it ran out from under the car, aud ran to the ladder and attempted to get down to the ground, but was thrown off, cutting his head, bruisjng his leg, and dislocating the clavicle at the base of the .sternum. He was brought to this city on the engine, received medical attention, aiid is now doing well though suffering intensely from his injuries IIv is a son of the late Dr. Dickerson, of the Fnrmdale neighborhood, and was making his first trip as conductor. The west bound C. & O. train was caught this side of the wreck, and the six o'clock passenger and accommodation trains from Louisville on the other side, and it was twelve o'clock that night before the debris was cleared away and the trains allowed to pass. The wrecked car was loaded with en hogsheads of tobacco, which were dumped out and rolled down the bank, some of them into the creek. ' returned home Tuesday. Master Porter;' Hiter, of Woodford county, is visiting his cousin, Master Owen Furr, South Side. for all Mr. Ed. W. Ilines returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit of several weeks to western Kentucky. Mr. W. H Wnggonerreturned Wednesday afternoon from a week's visit to Warm Springs, Virginia. 3 Rev. H. A. Bagby, of Louisville, is C-2in the city on a visit to his parents, Rev. G. F. Bagby and wife. Mr. Eugene M. Ashton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting Miss Willie Robb, near Ducker Station. Mrs. Henry Owsley, of Midway, was in town tliis week, on a visit to I FOB, her father, .Capt Sam Sanders. MissThomasson, of Newcastle, who ON" has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Guy A SMALL FARM OK 50 OR CO ACRES. LYING the old Leestown pike, in Wooirord county. has returned home. .seen miles from FraiiKfort and four und n halt Barrett, miles lioni Mldnuy, is ollered for sale nt n bargain. Misses Nannie Page and Georgia Thelnipiovements are comfortable, and all necessary good. The place Is splendidly waWilliams, of Lexington, are visiting tered and ell timbered. For terms address or call on the Misses J oilers on Broadway. HARRY CRUTCIIER. of Rol-lJuly 3Mm. Puckers, Woodford Co. Rev. J. IT. Dennis and wife, Mo, are visiting their niece, Mrsf "IT. JOSfc, George Sudduth, near Bridgeport. In departments "T rvr r, jlu i niiYix, ottUJLo, mjhl i o. YTF?11 thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy nSTTTTmTT Tv!I I nTIATrv TT M S9 HER "zaizi? C5 -hz-a-liu W Jb E&lfe HSitiHil&iitaB FARM SALE -- DEALERS IN- - jFarming Implements, a, F. MA visiting friends in Eminence the past two weeks, will return home Mr. F. II. Bagby, of the Engineer Corps of the Owensboro and Russell-vill- e railroad, returned home Monday. Mrs. Ann Howell, of Shelby county, and Mrs. Laura Plunnner, of Hickman, are visiting Mrs. W. S. Delioney, to-da- y. Mrs. B. B. Jefl'ers, who has been FRANKFORT, KY., PRACTICE IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURTS OF Franklin, Can oil. Gallatin, lloone, Owen and Grant couutles, la the Court of Appeals, and In tho Federal Court. Sljy-t- f. Hardware, Buggies, wagons, Harness, Saddles, $?c. AGENTS FOR Field Seeds, McCorm&ck Binders, HSTOTIOE. APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR VINO IT of the BEENlute John Henderson, all person the knowing Indebted to him will A please-com- e REAPERS & MOWERS. n" 'm&8&i!3sm PWiuaBt wHMffefirftHZft WSttl0'sr'$br1 vjjiap &&' Hr'JrfcV MKL?-t- i .' ii! themsehes Misses MattieJonesandEmmaKava-naug- h forward and settle at once, all those havreturned home Tuesday from a ing claims uij.iiust the estate of and decedent are Mid notified to three week's visit to friends in Henry settlement. present the same, properly proven, for county. JnlyiU-lJ. C. ROGERS, Adm'r. Mr. Claude Buckley, of Lexington, and Miss Blackwell, of Mississippi, were in the city Thursday on a visit to ni , I m S..uKyWmUM Crab Oroliard Spring's JulySM-tt- These machines are unexcelled for simplicity, dumbility and lightness of draft. A full line of repairson stock. Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. relatives. Mr. T. M. Porter and wife, of ington, who have been visiting tives here for several weeks, left Thursday for home. Misses Sallie Powell and Murtie Hammond, of Smithfield, aro visiting A. B. Hammond and family, Front street, Belle Point. Covrela- TRIP TICKETS TO THIS POPULAR ROUND now on sale nt$!.G5, good to return Oct. 3lst either via Lexington or Louisville. Baggage TOM NEWMAN, Cashier. checked through. . Dudley Institute! THE Semi-Annual TWENTV-nnST T. BUCKL EY -- Hns just recived his laige- - SFBING- STOCK OP Session of this school "WILL COMMENCE Mrs. A. II. McClure and Mrs. M. J. Lewis returned yesterday from a two months' visit to relatives in Hopkins-vill- e and Todd county. Stoves, Orates & Mantels. Call nud exumiue the ' TERMS FROM RV ' county. Mto Katie Waggener, of Austin, Texas, is visiting Miss May Bagby, in this city. in town. Dr. V. I. Kelley will be at the Cap 1880. nt 10 o'clock, a. in., on the home place, Mrs. Guy Barrett is visiting relatives town lots in New Castle. ital Hotel y and will be ready to ,mlle west of Midway,In15the town of und 1 Midway. Also house with 4 rooms. is In New York treat all who may call upon hint. about 40 acres of land situated near Midway. There .Hon. J. W. Tate General Insurance Agent, Is a two fctory brick dwelling house on tho land, HAYING MADE ARKANGEMENTS TO EXE City on business. which contains a rooms and lius all necessary convecute all kinds of D1KU. niences; one tobacco bam, two tenement houses, Ofllce on Main St., Opposite Fanners' Bank. Prof. S. P. Browder was in Louisaud out buildings usually found on a fariri. Near the At tho residence of Iter husband, nt Ducker Sta- house Is a never falling spring and a Hull pond. The on Wednesday. JOB PRINTING AND BINDING ville REPRESENTING tion, Woodford county, on Wednesday Julv2fl. 1KJ& location is convenient to churches, schools, Ac. -- AT THE Near tho above tract of land Is 31 ncrea of No. l land Capt. Geo. W. Daniels left yesterday Mrs. I9AUKLLA (illlSUN, MlftJ Ol Will. (SlUbOll. Es(J. IS leading American and Foreign Capa&ifig, with a large tobacco bam on It, and a tenement for Morgan county on business. nouse wmi a rooms, which win oe som ut tne same "STecMaaaa Office 33"u.ilea.in.g WITH OVKII RAW OR SHINE, WET OR DRY I time. Cabbell B. Bullock, Esq., of Fayette Also 180 acres of land, lying In Scott county, one tlio underMgned respectfully solicit a share of lour east of. Fisher' h mm, adjoining tho farms of It. patronage. Wo are prepared to execute, upon Bliort $zoo,ooo,ooo.oo mile ASSETS. county, was in the city this week. FRIDAY EVENING, P. Pepjier. known us tho Samuels und Glass place, notice MOONLIGHT EXCURSION management under tho the 'PERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- Bagby returned Monday Frankfort Brass and Stiing Hands. Fireworks,of dan- will be sOld publicly at same time. It Is well fenced Miss May Anchor Line und supplied with waler. BLANK BOOKS. BRIEFS. l erty at lowest rates. Agentfrom any point of Prepaid Ticket sold from a visit to friends in Woodford cing, and other amusements, Ac, &c. We guaranSteawMiln. In LETTER AND BILL HEADS, The (.took consists or 4 No. 1 milch cows, work one-ha- lf to-datwo-3to- ry Col. C. Bridgeport, this county. Mr. James W. Hodges, of Waco, Of Land, Stock, Farming ImpleTexas, connected with the Missouri ments uiul' Town Lots. Pacific Railroad, made us a pleasant Personal. call on Monday afternoon. He is vis Assignee of H. 0. Davis I will sell without iting E. Bowman, of Danville, is time. lus Kentucky tnends lor a short AS e, on $ar Mr. Wm. F. Brewer, of Louisville, 82o was in the city Saturday, having come T. up to attend the funeral of his uncle, July21-2m- . M. TUItNER, Principjil. Capt. Harry Brown, of Woodford. Mrs. Agnes George and Mr. Stanley George, of MeVidian, Mississippi, and Mrs. J 0. Thornton, of Versailles, A HOUSE AND LOT, LOCATED ON THE CORNER of Second and Murray streets, lot 50 by 100 leet, visited Mrs J. B. Lewis this week. aud house containing live rooms. Will ho sold on J.K.KENT, J. T. Helm, Rector of Trinity easy terms. Apply to Corner Ud .tShelby. July Church, Louisville, Ky., and his son, Master Herbert, spent a few days this week with Mr. George Sudduth, near xo icr session, SOUTHERN QUEEN Wrought Steel Range, Tho new Library Lnmps, now Gas Fixtures' the famous FOR SALE! i. WHITE I11T1 FEB, nu- And to many other useful articles too merous to mention, nil at the PUBLIC SALE LOWEST HARD TIKE PRICES. Of nil kinds solicited in roofing, y uttering gas fitting and plumbing. JOB WORK BTTOZEZLjIES-S- r. . re-se- n Give me a call, Thursday, August 12, SPECIAL NOTICE. tee tlieio will be a good time for all of those who mules und 1 oaddlo mare. will come. Strict order will be maintained on board The funning Implements are such as usually Don't forget tho date, Friday evening, Aug. Cth, at found on a farm. 8 o'clock, p. m. T. P. DAVIS, Assignee. FUANKFOUT BltASS AND STIUNO BANDS. n. biunuam, Auctioneer. ai-l- '& July t. July and such other work as Is U3u;ily done litany llrs class establishment. We projto.se to execute ivprk at as clo.se !lures as can he ntado by any olllco In Central Kentucky, 'JlJjMt TANNER & WILLIAMS. Great Brlttalu or Ireland. Apr.l7-ly- . 17-4- t. Job Work neatly, cuted at this office. exe- fc. -- i N M. H r V'7W !mmwwwfi i j n Ifr, l FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 188C. FRANKFORT, JULY 01, "Rooms &y. A Willis Green. No. Streot. for Runt -- 217 Apply to Mrs. Washington 2t Tliurstlnv win tlio hottest day of the the shade. The fee for postal money orders of live dollars and less has been reduced : from eight to Ave cents, the reduction going into effect on Monday. .The Steamer Hornet came up on with quite a crowd of excursionists from Vovay, Ind., on board. We understand that she Is going to run in this trado for the present. t 1 a, On Wednesday evening little Miss A little child living on Broadway was' bitten by a mad dag on Tuesday. Sheffer Stephens, daughter of Mrs. Ed. . .. V. Stephens, Was so unfortunate as to The candidates are very busy now get a fall from a swing, breaking" her and are very polite, they know every right arm. fellow they meet. How will'it be next Rev. G. F. Bagoy has laid on our weak? a large smooth tomatto, with a projecMr. Harry Cruteher wishes to sell tion, an inch or so in length, growing his farm on the old Lcestown Pike. out from tho side like u spout, giving Read his advertisement in another it very much the appearance of an old column. fashion tea pot with the handle broken off. The State Board of Equalization of . Not a particle of calomel qr any other deleterious substance enters into the composition of Ayer's I'nthartle Pills. On tlio contrary, thoe who have used calomel and oiner mineral poisons, as medicine, Unci Ayer's Pills invaluable. icuiorcougnmay Danger! A ji. to l'ni'umoiil i.rotiMiniptlon or other fatal disuse. Strons'o POctoral PIUt v',1 eurr tPiid R. ROGERS, -- DEALER IN- - ,' rotduH by nntuiu. Hit tiling for dyspopiitn.lii digestion, sick licaducho ua thousand testify. Taxes adjourned Tuesday, having comProf. Graham's Amateur Troupe, of pleted their labors. They reduced the this city, will give the opera of The valuation of lands In this county 2") per Mikado in Liwronceburg Thursday cent., and on town lots five per cent. evening, August 5th, and In Midway " door and windor screens on Friday evening, August Gth. If For wire call on Joe Bohannan, shop on Lewis the citizens of those places desire to streot, near Main. Prices range from see the finest amateur troupe in the window country they Will turn out in force. Capt. S. V. Pence's boat, the Hiber-nl- 10 to 20 conts per square foot .T of to having been handsomely repaired, cost from 90 cents to $2 00, according The "Spinster Club" met with Miss Mary Ely, at the residence of E. L. came up on Sunday afternoon With a size. full line of freight and a large party of We would call attention to the law Samuel, Esq., on Thursday evening, store. ii excursionists bound for Oregon. card, in this issue of our paper, of Hon. a id the exercises were very much enFor Sat.e. A tine heifer calf. Ap joyed by nil the young people present. From the number of boats nowrun- - P. U. Major. His term as Circuit This is the new name for the "Young ply to it. K. jMct'iure. 1,1 I...U, !. """k ! Judge having expired, he proposes to !.. Ali J niwg in huh rivur wv annum juugcuiufc rfc e practice. Ladies' Cooking Club" of last season. settle down to his ,? '.the freighting business was pretty Miss Mary is one of our most amiable good. Opposition being the life of He is both an able and skillful lawyer and charming little ladies and knows ber Cutorla, When Baby fu sick, ire trade, wo wish them all abundant suc- and pleader. the art of entertaining to perfection. i,i. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, cess. The monument erected to memory . m sho clang to Cajtoria, The old town clock has been silent When she hecame Miss, sho gave them Castorla, citizen of this city pro- of the late James F. LeDiiard by the A prominent Wban aha had Children, poses to give Ave thousand dollars Old Timers' Telegraph Assjciation in for a week, owing to the fact that a towards founding a widows and or- the cemetery at this place, was un- new winding apparatus has had to be phans' home in the city of Frankfort, veiled on Thursday afternoon, in the put in, on account of the hammer now if others will join him in the enter- presence of a delegation of that organi- being used to strike the bill being to Foil Sat,i: on Ri:xt. The residence zation. Rev. Jos. T. Leonard and son, heavy as to require larger wrights. of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. prise. Capt. Leonard, of Mt. Sterling, brothei Mr. J. B. Meek, who now has charge Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, For Rent.- - --The store to the right and nephew of the deceased, were also of it, has taken advantage of this nec- Farmers having real good butcher essary stoppage to thoroughly overhaul , of the main entrance sf Odd Fellows present. stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Temple, with small room up stall's and clean the works, something that will receive the highest market prices Two freight trains going east, on has not been done for years. Po5fc$8ion given September 1st. Ap--. by calling on Mack Salyers, 2:23 Main Tuc-danight last, were wrecked by street. E. A. Felemuu. Dlv to . the rear train running into the other at Tongaline is giving general satisfac55-t- f. Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. tion in my practice. It is doing all Spring Station. An engine and severRogers. Messrs. M.ile.5 & Son, of the City al cars were derailed and considerable that is claimed it will do. , G. C. M. D Mills, are receiving such a large quan- damage clone The passenger" train due CANDIDATES. Cnntrnll, Ills. tity of wheat that they have rented here at 8:20 on Wednesday morning F0R.TAILE?.. the large warehouse on Main street, did not arrive until 1) o'clock, the COTTAGES FOK RENT AXD SALE. We nro authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL ns a Republican candidate for Jailer of i'rankllu next the engine house, in which to Wrfick not having been cleared in time Apply to Drs. Gober & Son, 317 Main county. street. store it, their warehouse at the mill be- for the train to make schedule time. Wc are authorised to announce S. N. DAVID? ing inadequate to hold it. , SON as an Independent Ctndidate furjailer of A lady writes: "I old and afllicted colored woman, Sarsaparilla in my have used Ayer's Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will An family for many Our friend, Wm. Brlstow, Esq., hhs living on North SI. Clair street, in this years, and could not keep house with- of the people at the August election, 1886. FOR CITY MARSHAL. '.placed the Roundabout boys under city, had a large cage full of trained ca- out it. For the relief of the pains conWe are authorized to anriounce W. S. MORRIS as sequent upon female weakness and irobligations for a full supply of nice nary birds, which, being regularities, I consider it without an ii candidate for City Marshal at tho August election, 188C. ripe harvest apples, and also for some she had trained until they were really equal." finest Irish potatoes of the sea- wonderful. One day this week she of the y dozen filling a half peck heard the birds crying as if in great For Rent. A brickhouse son (one-hal- f Tttey are of the fright and distress. She sent one of the of six rooms, located on Ann street. . measure chuck full). Apply at Cruteher & Starks. . White Elephant brand and are splenfamily to look after them, when it was m did. Friend Brlstow has lots niore of found that a large snake f Cutting Boxes and Cider Mills at Long may ho had crawled up the side of the house the samo kind for sale. Mastin Bros. , vave. to the second story and into the cage If you wnnta good juicy steak, sweet The Grand Commandery of Ken- and had killed her much loved birds. was killed and measured hams, bacon or lard go to Mack tucky has held its annual conclaves in The snake No. 223 Main street, oppothis city eleven times out of the forty J learly four feet long. The mystery is site Dr. Duvall's residence. fl4-t- f. m years of its existence, 0 times in Lex-- , Yjwtfueh a kirgs snake could have gotHard Times. iugton; 5 in Louisville: in Covitigton ten through the close bars of the bird !& Georgetown three times each; in .age. Our sympathy extends to this and While money is close, wages and Mt. Sterling and Paducah twice each; poor woman whose one life's pleasure prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy aud once each in Carlisle, Versailles, is now gone. the watch word for mothers, head off wMk , jtfaysville, Newport, Cynthiana, Dan-doctor bills, by always keeping in the The Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad house, a bottlo of Dr. Bosanko's Cough ville, Honderson, and Bowling Green. FOR PETCKE&S and its connecting lines propose to give and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough inyear in Danville. It will meet next ' one of their grand and unrivalled ex- stantly, relieves Consumption, cures Mr. W. M. Culter, agent for D. H. cursions to Old Point Comfort and Croup and pain in the Chest In one WW night. is just the remedy for hard Baldwin & Co., has established an of-- Newport News on August 10, 1880. times. It Price oO cents and .00. SamSawing Machine To any one 'who has been over thN ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. ' flee in the Singer 3 orice on the corner of Main & Ann route it, is not necessary to say anyCider Mills and Cutting Boxes at he will have constantly thing, and to those who have not, it is streets, where on. exhibition the finest makes of only necessary to say that here is an Mastin Bros. ' pianos and organs, and will be glad to opportunity for a splendid trip and Buclclen's Arnica Salve Centaur Liniment is tlio most wonderful Pain-Curthe have all interested call and examine one that you will never regret. All 'The Best Salve in the world for world lias ever known. them. He has worked up a boom in the grand scenery in West Virginia is Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, his line in this section and has sold a to bo seen at its best advantage. And Hands. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped iMsottEmmm W Chilblains. Corns, and nil number of line instruments in the last then the cool and invigorating sea Skin Eruptions, and positively cures bathing, fishing, &c , at the end of the rues, or no pay required, it is guarfew weeks. WM. CROMWELL trip is enough to make a fellow turn anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Yesterday morning about 11 o'clock, money refunded. Price 25 cents per green with envy when wo are swelterAttorney-at-Law- , Mr John Grlflln was about to get into ing here with the mercury near the box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. his wagon at the door of the water running over point. AND If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach company's ollice, on St. Clair street, conTho tickets will bo good on any disorder, torpid liver, palp In backer side, dose stipation, etc , ni'Klrrt Ono when the horse attached to it got his train leaving Cynthiana, Paris, Mays-vlll- of frtronK's Sanativeninv !o lutiil. clvo rellet Flllo will PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF became frightened jo new health and vigor. Afuwdoes restoio tail over the Jine, Richmond, Stanford and other Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and o street, the wagon and ran across the will special attention to tho purchase stations on the K. C, and Lexington, Louisville steam bread and rolls at and also give real cstnte, collection of ronts, ealo of coming jn contact with a lamp-pos- t, Winchester and Mt. Sterling on Aug. Kleber's. 8t. claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Offioe was upset, the dash board broken Oil", 9 opposite Court House. and 10, and will bo good on tho reand other slight damago dono. The turn vtrip until August 20. There will Juno Cure for Piles. horse broke loose from it and ran be no stop-ovPiles are frequently preceded by a privileges on tho outrapidly towards the bridge, but was going trip except at Richmond, Va., sense of weight in tho back, loins and ' lower part of the abdomen, causing caught before going very fay. privi- the patient to suppose has sone ejecbut on tho roturn trip stop-ove- r There will be a ilnal meeting of the leges will bo goal at all points along tion of the kidneys or neighboring orAt times, Chautauqua Circle at' the residence of the line upon notifying the conductor. gans.aro present, symptoms of indiges- THE UNDERSIGNED on HAS A business street. store for sale, a kooU flatulency, uneasiness All tion the Mr. C. E. llaff, Main street, Monday Tho following aro the rates for the of the stomach, ect. Amolsture, like good as, store fixtures and butcher tools aro Just us now. I desire to chaiufo business, Will evening next, at 8 o'clock. The moot- round trip. : perspiration, producing a very disa- sell the outtlt In lots to suit purchaser. M. UUCRKHARDT. Frdm'MuysA'illo and all points on greeable Itching, after getting warm, JunuaMf. ing will not have a formal programme, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeddouble purpuso of tho K. O tills side, 812' Oft and is called for the From Lexington and on to Eastern ing and Itching Piles yield atoncoto discussing the work of tho past year tho application of Dr. Bosanko's and the examination quosttoiis thereon, Ky. Junction, 11 00. Pilo Reniedy,which acts directly upon A QUICK, PERM mm. CERTAIM CURE FOR , From Ashland, Catlettshurg, fce.f the parts effected, absorbing tho Tuand of laying plans and making sug mors, allaying tho intenso itching, and 00 gostions for the coming year, which $10 Wnnkneai, JLaclr. of Stroaktfc, W effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 Vigor or Davelopmeatt begins Oct. 1st. All the members ofi For sleeping cars application must bo eeiits. Oftuied bx Indiscretions, exonuet. eto BoneflUIn Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko daj lOurMuiunllr within a month. No Deception or. G, W. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold bv tho Clrclo arc earnestly solicited to bo made to W. W. Monroe Barney, Leglngton, Ky, Hughes & Chiles. present. j m l6-4t .- -I your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you arc fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to omce up. Jiracc up, out not with stimulants, spring medicines or bitters which have for their basis very cheap, bad whisky and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at Jos. LeCompte'a drug You are feeling Brace Up. o depressed, COFFEBTS, &C. km: Is and Windew FtRttirei A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, All the latest style May 8-- 1 v. FRANKFORT, KY furniture constantly In Etcck. W. C. L. F. CojrrToN. Macklin. COMPTON& AlACKLtit, rnontiETons v'J ELEHOM ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FELL 1 old-tim- rt Holler System, AM) MANUFACTURE ft'i Six of the best grade3 of tho best Hour made in the world. Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposlto .Tan.2 lf&O-litol Square Cap- MOHBY SAVED BY GOING TO SEE UaasJUjas UV gmrX. i . ICT I 1 t3l"J. rTr,M Y.. a T WmM T "i lag I 9 y fl-l-t- f. SEn-'EiiT- - S133 V. Jan. bed-ridde- nf two-stor- Jli-t- f. cow-suck- er Children BERBERICH! 23-J- w v THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED bought from Mrs. Addle Garrett, NOTIGR! hae sold tratrix of E. Wliitesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the THAT I adminis- Furniture and Undertaking BUSINESS one-hu- ll And 1 Casta er Interest In my business to f 73 W. S. DEHONEY And hereafter tho style of the linn will be 1 fjjj M STATEN 8-- tr & DEHONEY, ri ', - And the business will bo continued at tlio old stand of WhlteMdea A: gtnten, No. 218 bt. Clair street. May JAS. T. &TATEN. NEW PLAKINti MILL. t n$ J. M. WAKEFIELD First-Clas- Having recently added tohis Establishment s e, Heal Estate Agent, 25-ly. Pinning Mill, "-- Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sash, Doors,Blinc!s, Fairies, Molding ALSO A. 'Li & Scroll Work, Stair Work MayU-tf- TurniR er nsroT'ios- Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. . Meat Store For Sale! FIRST-CLAS- S rCOA" AJ3A3 OJOtQ ptre ojora pasn pue 'uatn ;sora ueq japjo si juaunurj, 2ut?jsrtj; MEN ONLY I ' ' " ' ' iwPlPI' w ' ,' '! i .v PS 1 Bf t ". Chicken thieves have been getting in their work pretty lively during tho past two or three weeks. Co. Look out for burglars. They have East Fork, Franklin made several attempts recently to get Hurvest is over, and a bij? crop of it. in their work in this section. Regular services y at Evergreen Corn looks fine, tobacco crop ditto. at Church at 2 p. m., and tbese parts health is generally 11 a. m. In A cordial invitation to all. good. Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell will conduct Mr. R. J. Shannon has two cows that devotional exercises at Franklin Church give twelve gallons of milk per day. at y o'clock p. m. Mr. G. L. Rodgers is now building a Prof. J. B. Lea has returned store at this place, soon to commence trip to Topeka, Kansas, where fromat-a he business. Look out, Scrabble. tended the National Teachers' AssociaRev. D. S. Cain has prayer meeting tion. He reports a boss time. every Saturday night, at Lebanon. had gentlemen Says lie will continue until the Asso- anAarm. a leg, in his vicinity has noe collar bone and ciation. broken in turn, and yet, notwithstandIsrael Rodgers started to town with ing these calamities, he is still in good nine dozen eggs. His horso scared and trim. broke Ave dozen. Thirty cents lost. He said it was a right big loss. Educational. to erect a new Steps are being taken Teacher's and big church House at Lebanon. D. at The Polsgrove Association will meet School-hous- e next Satthe says those that, don't pay the urday, S. Cain Aug the 7th, when the followpreacher must be seated out of doors. ing programme will be observed; 1. Opening exercises. We would like to know the com2. Address John L. Scott. plexion of Uncle Zeke Yocum and why 3. Illiteracy T. Hunter. lie had to leave the Kitchen. We were all gone, 4. Essay Miss L. A. Wiard. thought the night-rider- s uncle. 5. Compulsory Education T. B. Ford. Messrs. R. J. Shannon and M. F. G. Essay Miss Maggie Downey. Rodgers purchased a mowing machine 7. Education of Adults James Har- and are running it every day. They rod. have fifty acres to cut yet. Mr. Wils. 8. Es:ay Mrs. Walter Franklin. Miles is employed to stack hay for 9. Duties of Trustees T. E. Utter- them. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, in music on the organ and piano at Tioga and Jacksonville. here at Tioga. Mr. Charles Baker, an expert agriculturist, has 15 acres of fertile soil set in vigorous tobacco, which in other days would yield him a small fortune. Polk Moore, Esq., the proprietor of Moorland Heights, is an extensive farmer, a genial and hospitable gentleman and a devoted patron of the Prof. Hulett, principal of tho Flag Fork High School, leaves his younger e brother in charge of his store and post-ollic- '?i Often asked, bnt seldom answered gatlsfiKJtorilyt " Is there a retnody known to the modleal profession will allay the sufferings peculiar to women who are subject to Diimmorrhen and Its attendant discomforts?" to-da- tht VSWrMaS Jacksonville, this once flourishing 711 WnNltliiftton 'eSSr&tSSSS: A. A. MELLIER, Sole Prop'r, 700 fc ST. lAU19t MIU. Ave. village, surrounded by a sea of fertile fields, has been the metropolis of northern Shelby. But, alas! Time has reduced her former splendor into obscurity and insignificance. The grand opening of Union Sunday-schoat tho Moorland Institute will take place on Sunday August 1st. at 3 J. B. Meek, o'clock. Mibs Carrie Tharp will preside at the organ, accompanfed.by Prof. Tracy with flute and clarionet. AGENT FOR- Where is yovw Tioga correspondent? m.: asked a spicy reporter in a former issue J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing of the Roundabout He fled to the mountains to drive the pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mil- l, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth miners out of the coal mines and place Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Harrow and cultivator, Superior fl convicts in their place by authority of the Legislature. Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler $jL'4 He is a nephew of Uncle Zeke Yoto rasa, Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps cum. He is here perched on these AsaM heights over Hatton to rain lire and "f T it. brimstone on his old Uncle's head. of the above I claim are the best in the market x Keep uieui All in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Frank- Hakpek's Feuhy, July, 188G. ol Roundabout. uhp uuriTou particularly gratifying results irom tne use or Tongf Ulno in cases of Dysmenorrhea. u tho caeo of a lady of rhoamatto condition, and a chronlo sufferer from this disease, who had been driven almost to tho Terge of insanity by her monthly sufferings, its action has been most satisfactory. Itrolloied ' ner promptly, and sho now passes the once dreaded periods with but little discomfort. I could monlloa-- other instances of a (similar character, but thla Is a remarkable case." T.F.FKAZERM.I. WtyfiSwNtl Thore ItwH rfforyou j t hat been found In jieaa ivunt nn eminent pfiytlrtan has to at upon the subject i . $ Capital City Machine Works, Propreitor. -- ComM fy$ 1 i Rusty Cuss. n l v Jetl. , Warm nnd dry. Miss Lilly May Stono was at Mrs. South's Sunday Inst. Miss Eirdel Bedford is visitiiip in the Forks neighborhood. Blnckborries nnd chigoes nre the prevailing epidemic just now. Messenger Boy's visit of a week or so was not beneficial to his health. Miss Annie Edwards is spending n week at tholligh Bridge Camp Meeting. Wheat is being threshed right lively, the good weather being quite nn advantage. David Hawkins, Jr., of Cincinnati, is visiting his uncle, Wash Crutchor, at Foirview. Wheat is turning out from 15 to 30 bushels per acre around here, and lots sold at 05 to GS cents. Miss Addie Taylor hns returned very much delighted with .her trip to to the Mammoth Cave. Mrs. Fnntly Johnson and Miss Essie Dougherty visited in this community last Sunday and Monday. Bro. Pack Duncan held a Sunday-schoo- l Institute at Grassy last Sunday. A large crowd and good singing. The cooking club met nt Miss Annie Belle Fogg's last Thursday. Every one enjoyed the delicious supper spread. Mrs. Laura Coleman and her accomplished daughters, Misses Kntc and Pone, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Lee Owen. The young men of the neighborhood are talking of getting up a Pioneer Cavalry Company to participate in the Frankfort Centennial, if there is no objection. Mr. Mason's large, barn, constructed on the Pennsylvania plan, is uearing completion. It will be ono of the best in our county. Col. Hoge is having one built of the same kind. Tho house upon the farm recently purchased of Mr. Craig is being put in u moro modern style, and will be ono of tho nicest and most convenient houses on tho pike when Mr. Hoge gets through improving it. back. 10. Miscellaneous business.' The Association will meet at Swit-ze- r on the 1st Saturday in September. T. llUNTKit, PrcsH. Forks of &lknorn. Hot nnd dry. Corn is damaging from the drouth. Wheat quoted at tiS cents per bushel. Oats worth 35 cents per bushel at the thresher. Miss Lotta Innis spent last Sunday with us. Miss Anna Forsee, of Peak's Mill, is visiting Mrs. Dr. Thompson. Miss Florenco Lea, of Hatton, is visiting relatives in this section. Messrs. James Gallihue and Alf. Stedman are on the sick list this week. Miss Lizzie Macklin, of Frankfort, spent last Friday week with Mrs. Jas. Martin. S- was up last Tuesday Mr. G and had a wheel repaired, ready to start for Scotland. . Crum. Mr. James Thomas, of Switzer, will start soon for Long Branch on a fishing expedition, and expects to make a big haul of 8,000. Died. Near Woodlake, on last Saturday night, about nine o'clock, Mr. Thomas Baker, of flux, age 27. His remains were taken to his father's, below Peak's Mill, and interred in the Poney South. Messrs. Newman and Hockersmith have covered their tobacco barn with straw ( lie per bushel). A new idea. Mrs. G. C. Hughes and Sarah Feath- erston left last Saturday for Baird Station for a short visit to Mrs. Mattie Jett, of Jett Station, are visiting Misses Maggie Quinn and Lizzie Mrs. r-- i It i JbS.. tort, Ky. Editor Roundabout: ', ' '!Vk , My Dear Nephew: I did not intend to rtt'W Jun write to you this week, but knowing you felt . Jfifib very prespoticeous about ui3 I'm happy to inform you that I'm bettor of tho itch. There ore only threo largo sores now that havo not healed up. They are located so KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST that it does not suit my convenience to sit down. ron . 3mlt Will tell you what cured me, providod you do not tell it. so that any ono might learn UNIiGTOH, PHILADELPHIA & DEW -: tho secret who is not a friend of Milt. DurOF CINCINNATI, OHIO, obham. Now for tho remedy and how I THE ONLY LINE tained it. The third night after my arrival WILL BE AT THE Running Pullman New Sleeping Gars . Tf at the Barrax I called on the Widow Fissle-to3ra on a sparking expedition, she boing tho FOIl first lady that I havo cast a sheep's eyo at since your Aunt Polly's death. When I was .A. i IN FRANKFORT. K.Y.. introduced to tho lady my heart was so full FKOMthat I could not speak. I turned and twisted and scratched (you know that walking SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. Louisvillc, Cincinnati & Lexington',.. this hot weather makes the itch worse) and SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. She at last said: was much embarrassed. TOJH'V "Mr. Yocum, I have heard that you havo tho SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. itch." Then I fainted away. Whm I beAll cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured came conscious I found myself in tho widsystem without ow's lap, but could not speak. Sho had one by the Brlnkerhottwithout any pain. usiko the knifj Connecting In same depot with fast trains for , or ligatuue and arm around my nok, and 'V'h tho othor -w was pumping Bull's Sarsapanlla down my FISTULA two slop buckets full throat. After pouring Cured without the knife or ligature. THE DIRECT ROUTE- TO I began to revive. Tho next thing sho did was to mako a salvo for the itch, which was FISSURES .YNCHBURG, composed of smart weed, Cayenne pepper, Cured without cutting or tearing. No. 6, and country soap, equal parts. Tho DANVILLE, .UM'ZI first time sho applied tho remedy I became NORFOLK: i RECTAL ULGEH AND REGTAL GATAHRH got bettor somu time near unconscious, but AND ALL- daybreak and wont home. Question, dear ' v "HVi Diseased conditions that produce consumption ami George, would you go and see her ogaiu? to inform you that I feel se- most of the chronic diseases, I'm happy Lot the Cod Fish aristocracy of cure. UTERUS, Woodlako come. They can come by tho For tickets and further Information apply to your v 2A trus- Diseases of the womb that are caused by a dlseasec with tho Stono Kitchen and earest bowel, also treated. ' tee and that old bachelor that wont into "' . "V CntirpET fits becauso tho young lady from tho OrH.W. J.' UUIJUIV. II U.'lllll, il T"I phan School at Midway got the school in General Manager, Gon.PaBS. Agt., tho Kitchen district. If thoy conclude to "1&. too late, as Itching bo cured Richmond, Virginia. como after poor old Zeke, you advise thorn Can also symptom If not disease that tho of the only a exists In tin &, Deuonoy beto get an outfit from Staten loner bowel. REFERENCES. fore starting, as there is no undertaking establishment at Harper's Ferry. I feel reW. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGr SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITI1R0W, Frankfort. lieved, now that I havo told you my' mind. Geo. A. Lewis, j . Jt. JL mom DR. W. I. KELLEY, i --- in eailiivI ;- p CAPITAL HOTEL SOLID 1?Tl.X2iT ta ml W '( WASHINGTON CITY, - xri-- 5ro:E:Es:,I; - M M .. -- I tlckct-ofllc- e. ,m if-!a.' PRURITUS, Itching Piles. 1 '!;'' Housekeepers, T KEEP CONSTANTLY 1 Cooper's and Nelson's Mention!! STOCK, COX'S, 'U , MOBE OOOD HCHOOL TOUSTEES. family burying ground. Sandrifile. J B. U, to" 11 ! School teachers, I suggested toMr. Mr. J. H. Bailey is at home after a Ford, rather Col. Tom ,as he is generalKINDS DOUULE SCHEENED.UI ly called, some time since, that I betwo weeks' absence. (32.r7 IMIirfcT ST. ALL family use. Prompt Deljvery, Ful n lieved prayer,or some other Weight, Bottom Pricc3. W Little Dick Parrent has been quite simple the Lord's July prayer, should be taught in tho sick for several days. ' Most common schools. Ho said he thought ! Telephone connection No. 30. Excellent. We understand the marrying busi- the Lord's prayer should be taught as tjyU it was without sectarianism. I further ness will commence soon. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox-v'llMACXSXJXT, v suggested that the pupil should bo Ten n., writes: ''My family and Farmer, of Louis- taught to pray, and that it is his duty mi Master Edward I are beneficiaries of your most excelFRANKFORT. KY. ville is vacating in this section. "Ft j Dcc.8-to pray. lent medicine, Dr. King's New DisJt Dr. Chinnis improving his residence covery for Consumption; having found "vFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' Teeth extracted without pain by the use of W Tioga. by the addition ot a porch, etc. it to bo all that you claim for it, desire Nltrouse Qxlde (or laughing) gas. mur.20-tto testify to its virtue. My friends to Alexander, of Louisville. Mrs. John Postmaster James Hulett accepts whom I havo recommended it, praise is visiting friends in this place. charge of the High School at Flag Fork' it at every opportunity." Are perfectly Safe and always EirfectBHl. A regularly by 10,000 Americas Uaed Miss Samuella Crockett, who has at an unprecedent salary. Dr. King's Nev Discovery for ConH wnmpn. flnnlrn4 lynerlor to all Don't watte. very ill for a week, is better. Mr A. J. Hulett, tlie popular educa- sumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs, or Ciuh retaaded. rbeen Ml TVV H otbera, VAWhlMl HflltFlim. mnnnv nn tor, scholarand gentleman, takes charge and Bronchitis. Sold by all Druggtsta, or fata Kerned? flrat. aena gems lor parucuiiuw Prof. J. T. Gaines, of Louisville, is of Tracy's "Eclectic," at Bald Knob, of Colds. affection ofAsthma, CroupChest mailed to any aanreM. tho Throat, every t M recreating in this neighborhood-Misse- s WILUOX SPKCiriO CO., Sblld., v'.M 124 pupils. and Lungs. Trial Bottles free at Jos. Prof. Tracy, an itlnerent preceptor, LeCompte's Drug Store. Large size Sallie Miller and Emma Jen.'1 opens his Business Institute at Moor- $1.00. kins are on a visit to friends at hurts and many sorts of ails of land Heights on August 2nd with brilliant prospects. man and beast need a cooling The electioneering business will be Mr. Thomas Kesler, the well known "Ol 9AA PAflFB IlltutrmM. in Cloth indOlU nindlnr. 0r. I. "l innnv nr uimm Rimr. nitlMnvr. fftj. 'Thla llwilrNm. i Monday, and the boys allowed courteous gentleman, of dosed lotion. Mustang Liniment. taint ALL the curio ui, doubtful or InquUltlvewtnttoknow, Jacksonville, Ful of very InterMtlns and Tftluable information. HKALTH, a three weeks' rest. is somewhat indisposed but will go to y ujukuti na nArrmiQOiru promoted uj ill aaYlie wao LODGE. NO.C, MKET8 EVERY rnay Many, who not, whv t Medical Aid, ulien necemry' night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. jkl .las. S. Jackson and family, of the Drennon Springs for recuperation. brought homo to you. sononderfol PKS PlCTVBKH.trus LEK A. OWEN, N. O. (ollfS. Young or old, married orilngle, nick or well, ihouU Miss Carrie Thar), the accomplished IWBoiB, are visiting friends and Sec. mdlt.B.ntwtledbr DR. WHITT IER. 8. LOUit. MO UUTTU1Q VUT AS scholar and musician will give lessons J. It. Williams, this vicinity. JWITUUMU . April Mr. Isaiah Smith has been very ill the past week. A sermon on the faith doctrine will .Bridgeport. be preached by Rev. II. Frazier at the Sandriiile school-hous- e on the 1st SunCorn and tomatoes. day in August. Still very seasonable. Born. On the 5th Inst., to Mr. JofT. D. Onan and wife, twin boys Noble Wheal turning out very Well. and Alex.; also on the 4th Inst., to Mr. I Blackberries about played out. G. Babbett and wife, a son. Little Rowden Owen, son of Clemson Work on the pike is advancing rapOwen, of Morgadore, was reported idly. very ill on last Saturday. We have Querw "J)oes anyone's feet ever not been able to hear from him since. fall oif)" in tho school houso in grass time. They did him right. I can't say what I will do or where I will go. Prospects good for the future. If I could see you and consult with you, would be glad, but that can't bo done unless you could como to tho Ferry. I am offorod tho Stato agency for tho 40 por month. Mule Incubator. Salary Will mako this proposition if you will furnish the grass to food tho young mules. We Answer at onco. will divide tho profits. Private. Will bo at Hatton next week and write yon all tho news. Will send a copy of a love letter from tho Widow Sallie Fissletop. Tho abovo is private. My kindest regards to all f Hondo, including the editor of tho Truthful Witness. Your Unolo, Zeke Yocum. P. 8. Aoents Wanted for Zeke Yooum's Remedy for Itch, Worms, Mad Dog Bites, Harper's Ferry, and learned whilst there that tho trustees discharged tho teacher becauso ho was unwilling for tho cows to stay I stopped at Bald Knob on my way to Pamphlets describing these rilseasfs sent free to any one by addressing IN W. Dec. 26-l- I. KELLEY, M. D., r; 376 "West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, CONSULTATION FREE. Which are quruuteed tho best. Extract of Lemon R. C. STEELE, FRANKFORT, K.Y., My own make. & Vanilla,. ,'jggv ifiaS K REAL ESTATE AGENT, GRnilftin"WILL May22-3m- Puro Spices, ground nr;d whole, . me very nesi i can i " . anuanenurni m especially cued to my Rl AHk """.;:: ..; prppcR " m :Mi A'- ATTEND . or adjacent counties. TO BUSINESS EITHER IN Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 p Don't fall lo give mo a trade. Gallon. IS. HI, 11 & HI, JOSEPH - LeGCIMFtfE ! THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. fiOM(EOPATHISTS ui. Choice Coal m Cheap; $ -- OPPICE e, DR. J. S. COLLINS, DE2STTIST7 CEO. B. f t TAMSY y PILLS ::l AH Sorts of rv Graef-.ensbur- g. 0. 0. F. I MON-dii- rela-tivfeT- in 10-t- f