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VuSV j va i wvatv f n tni-- ww i '. i ( ty. n 'ui '1.1 j .' jj - ' ,j vij 'i,p,i '::"" ." .rf' . -- i tv w ..si. . i. - i. it. ..' H, ,v . r y ' j l c ' ji - . -- , -. i v i - i'u- ' ; 'v 3Vj.i - 11 i i ,'. a " . i . . . . - 'i - ' eari .w. &? r i ' v !? "fflT1 W. B&if: . - r?1'- The Frankfort Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. A f! MSHK' CSV, ' ' . .. . . J 6 GORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR y Imfc'h BPJWat' Volume IX. tw'xva?wraw,flaciuaJtaiMiiiiiiiiMiiaai FRANKFORT, Mr. II. W. Hulhsing, jr., agent for Lorrillard Tobacco Works, of New family of York, . has .boon visiting the ... . . . x.' .Mr L U. warren. ins latnor-in-laMrs. Judgo Win, Lindsay, accompanied by Miss N Dorsey (who has beoh visiting here for the past week), wont to Louisville Monday morning. Mr. John W. McClure returned from Rochester, N. Y., on Wednesday evening, and we regret to know that the trip was without benefit to his health. Mrs. It. W. Macey, of Versailles, who has been visitinir Mr. Geo. E. Frazer, of Taylorton, for the past two weeks, loft for home Monday after- KY., AUGUST 21, 1S86. L1UI.il. Ill U1BJII tm Numb e r S2 i JPerftoiaaS. WrXM'Fi 1V$P ffie'lngton S8:t '&& "i .Mr W Tuesday. 4JHUUI1 Tanner was in i. Lex- - i .... i3ff;';-,'j0rn- Rov. V. E. Kirtlcy, of rorsaillcs, mete ''t lines hnon in th( ci(V th S WOt'k. StZfMVSlt' fTJ .W ..V C.y n. 1111VI vtt IV 1VHV vofurnm frnivi ' v V,v uvi h'? TJ"iif Tll. -- iMil".' ' kjnin J'lMi"" for tlio past monti has heon vory Orchard Monday morning. rtl a ilSf MiZJh ( 'Rev. Dr. .Tamos M. Lewis, of '.M1s JVIIcl-)Pu'S- "'" Mm mitt Hawkins wont to Now lhany, liul, on ilonday, for u short If you wish to get your money's worth of anything for sale in a grocery store, go and spend your money with John Driscoll. John is a square dealer from way back. tf About the neatest and handsomest new thing in the way of chairs that we "have seen lately are those manucompany factured by the Mason-Foar- d at Messrs. Sta-to- n and now on exhibition & Dehonoy's. They are models, not only of neatness and comfort, bill of beauty and strength. KJ jLj kJ DRY SIN G OUT! 4? '.ho In order to make room for our large Fall stock of GOODS, GLOASCS AP3D MOTIONS. 'rj "4 r'j Wc will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at $$!.,' 1?pv. "TC. Pnnh. Julian and family, of noon. Justice Thos. II. Hint's has V Warsaw, Incl., are visiting friends near iJt" ' gone abroad for his health. His many this nitv' ir.iis.-,j friends in this city wish him abundant Mr. A T. Dudley and family, of success in his search for that great des'...Henderson, are visiting Mrs. It. M. Ex-Chief ( 1 mm-Aimau- o. )K; & . "Afr ftnl irorpntwim. thtt VIOlllllSt Of .'LOUisviflo is visiting Atr. IT". JJarris in I Hlnv'Kjr1' n ri.,nv'tA uiinuit,y Tenii M.ary Payne, of Nashville, is visiting relatives in South tfla&&&-.Mis- s 5wS6"''u M$tUi this city. near mm -- fe(8Sft J4?ranUfort. ' regicloneo of Dr. J W.- - Dodd and daughter are at J. A. Stewart, James A Edwards returned from n two weeus' visit to voreaiuun, uu o;u- evening. SSSTiV1 ... . . ..r T ....!., ..Ml,. iVliss ivnniowuiuvan, m uuuinvun, sH7w visitin-- ' her broth(!r. John T. Sulli- efe'sis fjyun, on liioadway. f4?. Miss Maggie A. Lewis returned, on .Thursday, from a two week's visit to K$te& 'Mends in Lexington. WSl ., Miss Rushy Taylor has been spending fM't'- the summer in Woodford county with Ml& ; friends and relatives. m Judge W. L. Pence Iw'fe. Misses Belle andnroKatie Page, of fortable house for rentadvertises a comvisiting Miss SSSSw Memphis,, Tqiui., in this issue. '"Mamie Bull, South Side. Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell and Rev. G. Sm'&y Miss Maggie Ayres, of Woodford C. Kelly will exchange pulpits Wp$ county, is visiting her sis.tor, Mrs. W. night at 8 o'clock. ' jPf-.Mr. J. S. Berry mail and wife, of Mrs. Fannie Reddish McPherson has . ?;.'; Louisville, navo noon visaing .ur. 'filed a petition for a divorce from her g:y H'. Posey and wife, this week. C. .miss waiue :fcV vM ss Minnie Koni ano Saturday for husband, A. McPherson. vAVilllniuson will leave on Rev. Papli. Julian, of Warsaw, Ind , V a weok's visit in Shelby county. will preach at the Cnristian Church toWjki. Mrs. John Gnadinger, jr., loft Satur-jAfc- ., morrow night at 8 o'clock. "day morning for a two weeks' visit to fclieroJd Homo in Springfield, Tonn. PS.. Hon. W. 0. P. Breckinridge will S IA.11 AT.. J. . JL'tlll rp.iflfit. nf T,nlli7illp. -, "".w iTt&'A' AllJ.'J', on the 6th of ilil. D speak at the Court-Hous- e w in the cit.V on Sunday, and roturn-p- ;, September County Court day. ,ed to Louisville Monday morning. uSs; Sldnev J. Bush. Esa.. of Louisville, Dr. W. I. Kelley will be at the Capipassed through the city on Monday1 tal Hotel, on Saturday, Aug. 28, 1830, ffigffi Wjyrning, returning ironi rianousuurg. and his patients will remember the A. Morris is making Miss WC visit-o- Willie weeks to friends in India--a fact. s, f o a few '&& Miss Rebecca Averillgavoa.musicale Tiupoiis, Ind , and other points uf inter- to a few friends on Saturday evening &SJ&St 'WfrMl' Mrs. Mary Ware and Miss Lutio last, which was highly enjoyed by all W Ware are spending a few weeks with present. 4 .friends in Bourbon and Woodford J"A spicy communication from a corw counties. p mi'i' ,,... t r..r.,. T.v!.ir respondent "Truth" was received, t j as in the city on Saturday, on a but unavoidably left over to our next i .i i ,...,fu '.itit .vrv. J.. 'iwiH issue. till! lltl MIllUUIOl vll,l. Mr. ! s$'''-'ururt- - ideratum. Miss Jessie Kennedy, of Memphis, Tonn.. the very nonular young lady, who visited in this city last fall, is hero on a visit to Miss Nellie Sanders, on Ann street. ....-I--r ! TTT..J. 01l. .Miuwny, iuiss waits, iir. TT Mamie J Shy, of 'arlislo, and Miss Maud Probert, of Lexington, are the guests of Mrs. Thomas Shy, at the Crow Distillery. Rev. T. J. Dodd, D. D., who was called to the residence of his kinsman; Dr. Stewart, by the illness and death of his brother, returned to his home in Nashville on Wednesday. Dr J. Q. A. Stewart will return from Old Point and the eastern cities on Monday. His daughter, Miss Rose, remains in Richmond, Va., for a month to visit friends. The telegram calling him to the bed-sid- e of his relative, Dr. Dodd, was not received until nearly a day after Dr. Dodd's death. . Mr. J. II. Williamson (seeing our notice of thq large sunflower, sent to our office by Miss Laura French, last Wg will give the trade some good bargains. week,), brought to us, on Tuesday, one inches in cirthat moasur s forty-on- e H cumference. This just gets away with W v anything we know of. Next. Rise up, WW fiH y 8 EamUesaOam Craddock, or forever hereafter hold ' your peace. REDUCED PRIGRS. Call and see us. Q W mBm IP 3 sVnifjMlEMO'l I Hon. W. C. P. Breckenridge was given a splendid ovation at Midway, on Tuesday. Fully o,CJ0 people were present, and Col. B. rendered an account of his stewardship. Whatever may be thought of the Colonel's views, no one will or can question the fact indeed a "silver-tongue- d orator," who worthily wears the honored name of Breckinridge. A large number of our citizens attended the barbocueand came home enthusiastic in their praise of old Woodford's hosIs 225 St. CLAIK STZEIEI1., 225 rr'! rMf 111 caagBflGPfl m m& ff-- V"l. LM KB 3 Hi iM 053 " -- "Mira IS tU M U aH VW bj fa m mm ImMMhmM AT- tmi&m 1 BI&BdAI 8 mm j& I that ho R lUAJHVJUai.i?smvrrTr,Taaim!jrirr- - .'inmm' j;jifig.iimn -- M'CLURE'S! Call and see our- y pitality. On Monday, - v ' . while in Versailles, I looked on the old and noted race horse, Checkmate, which is now being driven to an omnibus. Mr. Williams gave him to Hon. Jo. C. S Blackburn, who gave him to Mr. Andrew Steele. Old ('heck, has traveled twenty thousand miles, and won fast races on all legiti: mate courses in this country. He was good at all distances. Tsaac Murphy and Mr. Freaks were always glad to have the mount on the old gelding. To show that the old fires were but smouldering, there was a base-ba- ll nine on the omnibus, and one of thenv tapped a drum, the old horse sprang to the front and illustrated his former readiness. R. o REHNAN -- r"jr AiuLjiL OF- -- A great manv at- - Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head off doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough instantly, relievos Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price f0 cents and SI .00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. .1 YOUR PICK FOR $1.50. STRAW HATS AT GOST. Come quick before all are sold tfl&te , .W " -- S. f K McCLURE ESSIE ?i r, 4 v:i pWJ 9 -- Jp W . r A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, spices, and all other general grocery supplies Cfbo had cheap at John Driscoll's. tf Our and see him. KH : m t n Gauger In the" Case of the Comuionwerlth v. JfftJ!'''" Jhb.-LSnoed, Esq., ' Y1 An Ka stli Miutriff nt" iventunkv. has Ben Brown (colored) for selling liquor mi s."'-hf.in'tiid 'ltv this week on a visit to to a minor, Brown was lined SCO and ' ,lus mother. costs. . ahcUwite. ... Oolored. TTrLcLer-v-esLn- and U. S. CrOOClS A 7"7iT9ClHnlr s.XXjM Ollalr we have greatly reduced in price. Stra7" A. HL . m ! Ijl'.l 4 1' We have all kinds of atr.tr. rnruc!Mi.ni. Tii.lr rPiiff vvlu hn The case' of the Commonwealth vs. "SPa2':beonln New York and Washington 'SSty nit-- , tVip Qnimi ton flnvq. ivtiiriittfl homo Wm. Gordon, for assaulting Frank Fe- v,.ou Friday night. jg licetti, was called and again postponed . :' Vlcor etirea baldness. Vigor restores youth, Ed. Loomis, the colored boy, who Pfe ' liajns, South Side. broke into the store of Scottow, on who has Clinton street, was arraigned and v Mrs. Chan. It. Gresham, &kh Been visiting re.atives in Georgia for waived an examination and was hold $&V the past month, returned home on over to the Circuit Court in $101).' His fV ' Wednesday morning. accomplice had his case nollied. &'" Miss Annie and Emily Thomas turned home from a two weeks' visit The Franklin Presbyterian Church, W& v. to their aunt, Mrs. Koiningham, in near Bridgeport (at a congregational Paris, on Friday evening. $$ meeting at ife' Mrs. Sarah LeCompto and daughter, 3 o'clock),held last Sunday afternoonwith resolved to consolidate Miss, Maggie, returned on Friday tK$" ing from a protracted visit to relatives the Southern Presbyterian Church, of , tnis city, both to be one organization in uarnm aim ocuil uuuiiut-aMrs, Lizzie Winter, who has been under the pastoral care bf Rev. R. E. visltincr lior mother in this city for the Caldwell. jkjj1-- . &f 'V.last few wedks, returned to her homo The Mikado Troupe, under Prof. mi-in St. Louis. Mo., on Saturday. khJ , Miss Lizzie Macklln and Miss Mattie Wayland Graham's management, has Springs, $ly "Orutcher left for the Esculpia evening, been pressingly invited to visit Louisville, Lexington, Winchester,' and "M in Lewis county, on Saturday imj "aQd rOttirncd to.tno uonvontion. Ilarrodslmrg, with the promiso of lino Jir.- dames wumiivi. nun m ' tfiTnas audiences. If the people are in earnajif', wash., urutonor, 01 taketi a position dth Messrs. Crutcher est they can enjoy a rich treat by. securing this troupe. Sfei'v titarks at the groat White Hall. '"r'i '..viHftlntho.fiimilvufi)r. - S, Hooker, of Indianapolis, Ind., are until to-da- y. ' . . U. V. Wil- - it re-m-- i'i ful frcsbnea and color to faded mid yi.iy hair. It attains theso results' by thu film, ulatlon of tho hair roots and color glands. a TT nnd cleanses It. It rejuvenates tho It restores to tho XAxSLXx' that, cither ly reason of ago or discuses of tho EcalnJ has liccomo dry, linrsh and brittle, n pliancy and clossy silken softness of cxtrciuo beauty. Thcro Is no dyo In Aycr's IIalr'VTT"i rfVBT) nnd tho good1 it does Is by tho V JLvH'LJjLtii It imparts to the follicles, and tho clean, llness nnd hcnlthfulncss of tho condition in which it maintains tho scalp. Hair Vigor renews tho hair. A JL JCjMX O JX. "VT?T??G Hair Vigor is tho best euro known for Brashy Hair, Scald Head, Itching Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, and nil other diseases ot the sculp that cause d Its fading. tho falling of tho TT TT Nothing cleanses XxxxXXv of tho nulsanco of dandruff so perfectly, aud so effectually prevents Its return, ns Ayek'h Haui Vioob, In addition to tho curutlro nnd rcstoratlvo virtues peculiar to Aycr's Hair "kT it is n toilet luxury. Tho Hair V Is by far tho cleanliest made. .It causes tho hair to grow thick nnd long, nnd keeps it always soft nnd glossy. tt UNDERWEAR, Suitable for the warm weather. r M ji K& m Oome stzid. See "CTs. Hudson, Humphries & toll, .'! m 1J 7T1 XVJLV g CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. yEA.TTElRlSr, Prop'r5 No-- , Ayer's Hair Vigor Contains no deleterious ingredients. Its ufo prevents nil scalp disease, becurcR ngninst tho hair growing thin or gray, and surely cures all baldness that Is not organic. rnEPAHED , 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS - BV Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated Oct. 25-- tf. home. ' "v ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of at mm&' :;''," ' ' ;''';'vA-irt4v-';.yiv-';:;;rv- ; ''.'i'i-f-- ' .; ''"'' ,:. .vA;,,.. :.;''' ,7i.. '..,. ' .,;,-,;:.,,- ' $W ' .' v. . vs ' t, Xfii " ' V - Ml. ? &mvPL.'i'5'aV-'- - ; " ' IffWV L V &-' : if" ) ;v rf" $ w-- ,:. . A full attendance is requested, as business of importance will be tranC itcrcd attliiJ nt ErnnUort, Kentucky sacted. tis ico nil clas mnitnblt- mutter. Mr. Mike Sullivan's new block of REORGE A. LEWIS, buildings, on the corner of Ann and Sca.it. c a.J5.e5L Broadway streets, is being rapidly comFRANKFORT. AUGUSS 21, I860. pleted and is a great improvement in city. If only some that portion of lieatSi of Prof. Jasnes Wxl-ISat- n one would put aour building on the nice JOoiM, 1,1. IK ground now occupied by tho remainAs foreshadowed in our last issue, der of" tho old market house, it would rrof. J. W. Uodd breathed liis last nt add finish to the whole block. fie residence of his kinsman, Dr. J. Q Mr. Mike Buckley had the contract, A. Stmyurt, near this city, on Sunday and Mr 32 Power furnished the beautiful galvanized iron cornices. evening- last, at S) o'clock. away, in the prime Thus has pawed The grocery store of Mr. W. J. Scot-toof lite manhood, and in the very Hood-tid- e on the corner of Clinton and Lewof his usefulness, one whose very is streets, was burglarized some time name was n synonym for all that was in the night on Monday night. A T good, true and noble in a pane of glass was broken and entrance symmetrical Christian character. thus obtained A gold watch, a silver Prof. Dodd was born at Winchester, watch, and a quantity of groceries, Va., March 25, 1885, and was conse cigars, &:, were stolen. The case was quently in his 52d year at the time of put in the hands of ollicer Chas. Noo-nahis death. While still quite young his and, in a short time, a clue was father removed to Lexington and be- obtained and Ed. Loom is (colored) and Trancame president of the James Wood (white) were pulled and quite an ear-- . found with tho stolen goods in possessylvania University. At ly age Prof. Dodd was so proficient sion They were lodged in the lock-u- p that he had mastered nearly if not all to await trial. Loomte is the boy who the studies in the curriculum of that robbed the o some two years grand old mother of scholars. He ago. ' graduated from the University in 1S50, apd at once devoted himself to his Greenwood Female Seminery. chosen profession that of teaching-open- ing iri aim i n his first school in the city of Lexington. From thence lie removed lUAKKUKT KUUflDAJJUUT. poit-olTice - 820,000 Cihetteh wmil &BK3. RBajacn ssstnsa if.0,000 nopm eanm Khv raBfni Si xSSA CUXOtJ (KTOTI wSSSX. xsssr tabus scNnnsBnuloBMUHi N vjKi'l BOUGHT AT THE- - - Great Au CTION SaleH Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim & Bauer, at PQQ well-rounde- d, TH A M rf A MI ITh A PTT1T? PP'Q mQT; ..' Vi- These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the rwi v. n, far-fam- ed LOWES T CA Sn 1 m JA-ICJ- S Post-Oflio- A GREAT R DUG TI O " In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy Wi'Q . kt. ky. v. i to Nieliolasvillc. After residing there ANNUAL SESSION OF for a short time he removed tofthclby-vill- o "Pill: Mir.ool will commence on and remained there for 15 years, 1 tliib 3iOMAV, ilUTUliiEK Cth. USG. ityEBy w g building up and tirmlyestablishing his For terms etc., aiiaress tho principal. td. educator. The reputation as a first-claw &&: impress of his exalted manhood and h-lxscholarly character were left indelibly A COMFORTABLE FRAME HOUSE OF FIVE Kentucky impressed upon that community as but J room.-,- . Bltui.tecl onapply to Ae:me, l;i Belle- lhiii. for terms Ac, f e .v could have done. J CI) (JEW. L. PENCE. Au'. FikH-FOB. BAX.2SI Some thirteen years ago, after rePSHSl .515' ffer K peated solicitations, he removed to this BUR FOE SAIL A SMALL EAUM OF f.0pike. GO ACRES. LYING ON OR In Woodford county, ihe old LcMtown city and established the High School, sben miles irom Frankfort and lour and a half w Inch he so successfully taught for six DEALERS IN- Jltdtvny, is ollored for sale at it bargain. HTHE BRICK COT TA(JE, NO COS MAIN SHEET. miles from The comlortable, years; and was only induced to leave 1 Mining Tour rooms, and nil reasonable conven- sary Improvements nre Tho pi ice Is and all necessplendidly waRood. iences, 'ilirs property Is no.v occupied by Mrs. Kate here by the strong urging of the Cura- Mahoney. nnil possession cannot bo given until the tered and well timbered, f'or terms address or call on April. IIAllitY CRUTCHER. tors and friend of Vanderbilt Univer- 10th or next of hale apply to For terms Duckers, Woodford Co. July L. U. or BEN. MARSHALL, J) is field of usefulness would sity that tf. heiso much enlarged and that it was P.'CT. FARM FOR SALE! ' his duty to go. Witli exceeding relucW tance he yielded and left our beautiful A GOOD FA KM OF 2j0 ACRES. LYING ON THE FRANKFORT. KY., AGENTS FOR city for Nashville, Tennessee. We . V Frankfort tz Oiventon tumnlke. seven miles PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF Mill, three milts from Gallatin, Boono, Owen jrood know now that his heart was ever from Frankfort ami a bargain. It is a Peak's stoei: (rant tfranklln, Carroll.Court of Appeals, and In and Is ottered for sale nt countl-jsthe In the being farm, nearly nil of urass. ?M with our people and lie regarded watered. There Is aIt erv irondJndweltinc ami Is well 31jy-t- Court. house. and Fedir.U ' as n whole tenant houses. Frankfort as his home, in that his af--' three or four suit purchasers. Will be sold address or v For terms or In lots to T4' foctions went out to her people his call on J. W. (tallies, at tho Sherl'l'B otllce. or REAPERS & MOWERS..' JAMES U. GAINES, Frankfort, Ky. boys mid girls, as he so loved to style Aug. . BEEN APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR fT HAVING tho late John Henderson, all persons them with undying devotion. These machines nre unexcelled for knowing themselves Indebted to him will please JAS. A. VIOIETT, But his great heart is stilled and his come forward and settlo at once, and all thoso bav.simplicity, durability and lightness ins claims tiRtiltist the estute of said decedent are genial voice is hushed in the silence of notified to present tho same, properly proen, for of draft. A full line of repairs in --. MM2i,Sj'(242"' ft ulM fv4JiitZ. rjifr.-- :. i- settlement. the grave. When we utter these JuIyW-lJ. C. ROGERS, Adm'r. !& 2gg$ggggj stock. Call and examine our stock ..r words we, as we often do, wonder why FRANKFORT, KY., God's purposes seem sodiffer- jA it is that before buying elsewhere. 7ILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN ; : ent from man's. For here was a man V W 'whose life was a benediction, whose ht.ilrs,r over Judge P.m!U.lucent counties. OFFICE Up T" OUND TRIP TICKETS TO THIS POPULAR rauklln and Major's office. w I resfjrtnowon sa!entSt.65,Kood to return Oct. courage in the Christian warfare was Aug. Slht either via Lexington or Louisville. HiiKKauv wi TOM NEWMAN, Cashier. clitcKcd tarousn. unblenching, and who was so well fitJuly'24-Ct- . tated to do the Master's work he is OF Has just recivod his lnvfrc t$&.ken and the laggard, the sloth, and tho worthless are left. i TIIK 'His funeral was largely attended by IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. OF Session of this school - his pupils and friends, from this city, ' ilbyville,; Lexington, and other TOTICE IS HEREBYJ. GIVEN THAT AS ADMIH-S WILL COMMENCE MlcUUetoii, deceased, and Jstralorof Tlios. Stoves, Grates & Mantels. ; the Methodist Church, ripec'al Commissioner of tho Franklin Circuit court p'intrf, at 3.- of Mlddleton's Administrator vs. suit Cnll and examine tho in this city, on Tuesday morning, In tho&c, I will on W TERMS FROM I) o'clock. choir, composed MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1886, The at SOUTHERN !fcv of .Mrs. Alice urnison, :urs rat- Between the hours of 10 and 2 o.clock. at the Court- 820 XO $:W PKR SKSSION, 'F' tle 11. Guthrie, Miss Nellie Orbison. house door In Frankfort, being County Court day", T, M. TUKNBK, Principul. bidder, Wrought Steel Range, sell at nubile sale to the and Messrs. S C. Bull and "W. J I. A credit ol six, twelve, hlnhest and best months on July In and elghtheeii Tho new Library Lamps, now Gas Fixtures, A. eriH, with Prof. Graham as organ- equal Installments, the farm on which Thos. J. ' & lived, containing about tho famous v rendered the beautiful pieces illddltton ist, my God, to thee," and "i.'earer, LOT, LOCATED ON THECORNER or together 4 And ; "Peacefully Sleep, in a tender and un- Willi 111B IVSIUCUVU,of an acre, more illlUless, u'ljiuiic A HOUSE AND Murray streets, lot 5( by 100 feet. of Second and (111 Will bo sold i situate on A short, but .fee- nances thereunto' belonlnK; road, about the old miles and house containing .live rooms. J.E.KENT. on surpassed manner. easy terms. Apply to three and Frankfort dirt ' And to many other UKoful articles too Corner 2d & Shelby. ling tribute of aiiection was delivered douthwost of Fraakfoit, adjolnliw the lands of Scutt July mcrocB to rcci:tkr., r.U nt the Orowti, Colon Jones, and Ken lluhes, and Including friend, Jlev. W. T. lbout44acresof line woodland, and having on tliu by his long-tim- e LOWEST HARD TIPflE PRICES. lM place a gond spring and Hue Poynter, D. D., of Shelbyville. After tract will be oflered In separate orchard. toThe above ' PUBLIC parcels suit and then as a whole, and the bids accepted which the remains were taken to Lex- which realize the greatest amount In the aggregate. C". be required to The purchaser of these ington for interment. The following glvo bund with approved lands will bearing six per Of Land, Stock, Fanning ImpleOf nil kinds solicited in roof injr. guttering security, bi vi gus'ilttifig and plumbing. gentlemen acted as cunt interest irom date, and Immediate possession ments and Town Lots. and t?keii, If Atti rt Hodman, Hon. Grant Green, sale be continueddesired, court.a deedW so soon as the Col. Thus. .1. i by the JENKINS, Give me a call, I will sell without reSaw-yie- r, Special Comnils'r F. C. C. Assignee au& Hon. James W. Tate, Dr. N. .1. ASserve, on of U. 0. Davm K Judge W. P. D. Bush, Messrs. 12, D C Crutcher, 31. J3. Witoon.und Jno. O. accompanied the re- AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL 1B8G, at 10 o'clock, a. in., on the home place, f jL Proctor, who mllo west of Midway, 15 town lots and 1 SPEOIAlJNfOTICE. auuway. Also house with i rooms, in me iowii oi gains to Lexington. about 40 acres of land situated near Midway. There Insurance Agent, TO MADE The last tokens of affection have Is a two story brick dwelling house on the land, HAVING kinds of AMtANGEMENTS which contains 8 rooms and has all'iiecessary conve thus been given by tender and loving niences; one tobacco barn, two tenement houses, Ofllce on Main St,, Opposite Farmers' Bank, iSid out bulldliiKH usually found on it farm. Nearthe hands and hearts to the loved and lost.' JOB PRINTING AND BINDING house Is a never falling spring and it tluh pond. Tho KEPIIESENTING location Is convenient to churches, schools, Ac. To the living and bereaved wife and AUG 31st, SEP, 1, L, 8, and 4, AT TH- ENear tho above tract of land Is 81 acres of No. 1 land IS Leadinz American ad Foreign Coaj&Diw, brothers and daughter, to, the with u laro tobUcwo barn on It, and n tenement house relatives, we tender .the sincer-e- Compt titi n open to the world free. time. with 3 rooms, which will bo sold at the same "5reoiaa.aaa. Office Other WJTU OVF.Il Also 130 acres of land, lying In Scott county, one the undersigned respectfully solicit a share of vour sympathy of one who knew and mill, adjolnlng.the farms of R. patroiKJKC. Wo are prepared to execute, upon short $100,000,000.00 yW.O RACES EACH DAY. mile east of Fisher's ASSETS. loved, the lamented .dead. I'. Popper, known as'tlioSmniioIs and- (ilass place, notice THIRTY-EIGHTH MRS. MARY T. KUNYAX, Principal. CLOTMIMG,. SHOES, MA rrC J TG& ss FOS IBSUT. ta-t- t. aUT gmtm TXxarzT'D . M -- . Farmivsg Implements, Field Jblarm889 baddies, ore ' Seedfyy- 81-l- MMOB, , f. IHcCormick Binders, nsroTjc 21-l- J- Attorney at Ltm 14-t- f. ni Crab Orolaard Springs 'Blfe - mi &&a' -- . PUBLIC SALB! VALUABLE LAND Hau-j;!n- Dudley Institute! TWENTV-FIlt&- T emi-Annual mi EFBXSSQr STOGKIk A s, . QUEEN,! FOB SALE! SALE three-fourth- 's iy pmnh 1I!S MWIUttS, u-- r-- JOBWORK- pall-bearer- s, '.t. Thursday, August one-hal- R. two-Mo- F. ETCHES, Gepal -- do-vote- . st - Sposial trains on nil roads nt reduced rates. First Day Shorthorn verses Uoroford'ti. A meeting of tho pupils of Dr. J. V. floral Hull open tho llrst dny, nnil will bo iDotld will be held at the residence of a feature of tho Fair. MAJOE P. P. JOHNSTON. Pres't. .Judge W. P. D. Bash Saturday even THOS, L. MAET1N, Soo, td. ing Aw?.21, ut8 p.m. will be sold publicly at same time. It Is well fenced r mid supplied with water. Tho stock consists of 4 No. ,1 mlloh cows, 2 work saddle mules and 1 Tho farmliiK Implements are such us usually " v found on a farm. ' T. P. DAVIS, Assignee. 1). Uiunium, Auctioneer. mn. BLANK BOOKS. DRIEKS. LKTTEH AND DILL HKADS, s and such other work us Is usually done In any establishment. Wo propose to-- execute work figures us m be made by any olllce In at as close Central Kentucky. !i4Jy--lt TANNERY WILLIAMS. first-clas- Steamship. Prepaid llckct sold from any point , In (ireat Brittaln or iretiml. Apr.l7-l- r. WRITTEN ON FARM PIIQP-- 1 TEM POLICIES .TiitCB. ABont Anchor Llho of ertv at lowest . July 17-4- U uuiuu n uiig ujiiuo. Work neatly Job ..Aj.'t.i.- - ..ms. A a- '"..! ' vxti---- ml , , .l i ' ,'',' 'H ' 4&:?"fy$ (: rfW ii Wtitt ' -- . V Yi , . )' ' - im ......... v&v. a. re-op- ep - ,.., .,i - J.vii i. u,iliiHiii,wiimtWMWil)lriiiiMrt- r t.J.ttat,aAJtHtttii MlWi m"' n u ; " iaSw 3JUUJ ffl FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. AUGUST 21, 1880. The A. I.. Franklin cuff retainer at Philip Selborl'S. It & Deputy Collector Blackburn reports hm collections for the week at $2,128.10 the smallest in :v.its. V Tohn'L Jones, Eitj , has purchased grocery store of Mr. J. E. K:it on thp corner of Sholliy and Second streets, Soutji Side, and will continue the business at that place. thR , , at Itemembor that John Driscoll's, St. ' Dr.ngcr! la' ilU'iIi u7.1 or coudTi inav kiui : omumpilnn her residence, Moncl ly, Ospt. (5. t Clair street, is the place you should (II ('U'.u. I'li'Mimniii i. Pectoral or other f.ital Btronfj'o PiiH lcuro:i po'iiiih iy mimic. iiiiijiiiiK(iiriyftpiM"M.lii td you wish to buy visit if ulKUstlGii.sickhc.uluuho m thoujMida testify, pure, old Anderson county whiskies, i .i Dr. J. L. McKee will preach at the tf Don't fill the system with quinine in First Presbyterian Church the effort to prevent or cure Fever ahd For wire door and windor screens Ague. Ayer's Ague Cure is a more morning and evening. call on Joe Bohannan, shop on Lowh potent remedy, and it leaves in tlio IB SoniDtiiiiiij New. street, near Main. Prices range from iMKi.y no poisons to produce dizziness, Burmese ware in plush and peach 10 to 20 cents per square foot window clearness, neauaene, or otner disorders. Tlio proprietors warrant it. mow Jini.su tor painting m co-i- t from 1)0 cents to $2 00, according to 3t Philip Si:iiUi:iiT'.s. t. size. r The Willing Workers of the MethoHave given Tonga line a thorough dist Church will given sUpper at the When Baby was sick, wo Rare her Castorta, trial in seven cases of neuralgia SeCourt-hous- e on Thursday next, com- cured relief in from one to four hours. When alio tt.t a Child, she cried for C'astoria, mencing at 7 o'clock, p. in. W. A. Johnston, M, D., When eho lipmnio Miss, oho clung to Caatorla, Mrs. Green'.s school will first-clas- s, J , 45-I- R. ROGERS, -- DEALKIt IX- - L 6iS H 101 Q arp i a . 'M f m w) si a r OOPFEHTS, &C. m m m mm A SPECIALTY. STREET, FRAXKl-ORT. !foS 1 IT yx "h . f 4. hi- V ? r f ( W. M. Iloleman, Esq., of Louisville, u'.ini. M!iotn4u'iir( or nnvtliisi paid the Jtou:? D.vnotrr a call on Tuesline, 0 to riee John Dnscoll, St. Clair street, before you buy. Ute'll make it day. We congratulate him on his to your interest. tf youthful appearance, as ho is looking no older than he did twenty years ago. The will of Col. S. I. ..M. Major was Mis? Ruth Hod man gave a tea to her offered for probate on Monday. Its provisions are such as to leave the friend Miss Julia Lawrence, of Louiscontestovcr thogu irdimuhip of his son ville, who is visiting at Col. Popper's,-oFriday evening last. All the young in much the same position as bjforo it people who were present enjoyed the was filed. If you are pfoin to purchase glnss- in frlmt " a - Raleigh, Ind. Whon eho had Children, eho gavo thorn C'astoria, n evening hugely vertKoment 'of Female Seminary, Mrs. Mary Tryne Itun-Thi- s yan, Principal. is the thirty eighth annual session, and the accomplished principal merits and should by the Grace Morris to receive a large patrquage. The excursion o-LoekNo 5, on Wednesday night, was Mr, IJ. L. Marshal! purchased from went. very much enjoyed by all who On account of the.sudden change in the Mr. Miko Sullivtn the old market temperature a great many who would home bell. This old, clear toned bell has called us from our bud'on many a have g :ia re n line I at horn 3. frosty morning. It was made in 1S07, o A lady found au umbrella at the in the city of Philadelphia, as the inOpera House, on Wednesday evening. scription in raised letters shows. The owner can have same by calling Mrs. C. J. Smith has3ent to our office ut 42o Ann street, proving property a cabbage which is a lunn naiun-Q-. and paying for this notice, or by callgrows up From the centre stalk rot. ing on us and complying with the a full sized cabbage there surrounded by above condition?. seven smaller ones all well developed. The Franklin Association will meet It was grown in Mrs. Smith's garden with the Baptist Church in this city on in Belle Point. Mastin Bros. Tuesday next, Aug. 21. Itev. Dr. It. Farmers having real good butcher ISall. Base M. Dudley, of Georgetown, will preach Good, well cured bacon, lard, stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Uptown Dudes vs. Leestown Boys. the introductory sermon. This Assofor sale by John Driscoll. tf will receive the highest market prices by calling on .Mack Salyers, 2:23 Main numbers about 2,500 members. Score 15 to 12 in favor of Leestown. ciation fM-tGame again on seventh day. you want a good juicy steak, sweet street be in session two days. If It will 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack 's The Lee3town Stars went to Cornice Poles HO cents each at R. store, No 2 Main street, oppoOaroldfrienl It. Cunpodll Steele, Wednesday and beat the fl4-tRogers. site Dr. Duvall's residence. r Esq., has taken charge of the Lawrenceburg club to the tune of 15 Hotel, and will hereafter run to 14. Wild ChorrjTand Tar. that well known hostelry. Ills past Everybody knows the of The Kentucky Conference of the Wild Cherry and Tar as a virtuesand fame as a hotel keeper vouches for the relief future. lie .starts in witli a house full Methodist Church will meet, this year, cure for any ejections of the Throat of both regular and transit boarders. with the church at Winchester, Ky., and Lungs, combined with these inon Wednesday, Sept. 8th. Bishop IT. gredients are n few simple healing Mr. C 0. Ne.vton has charge of the K. Hendricks, of Missouri, one of the remedies in the composition of'Dr V. Cough and Lung Syrup Western Union Telegraph ottice during new Bishops, will preside this being Bosanko's just Jan. the article you should malting it the absence of Col. Chas. E. Taylor, the first conference over which he has always have in tlio house for Coughs, who is attending the Telegraph ers' been called to preside. Colds, Croup and Bronchitis ' Price 50 cents and $1.00 Samples free. Sold Union at Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. New3 Our people should not forget that the by Hughes and Chiles ton is well known all over this country TIUT i',n.J THE PU11LIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED iirtro I boucht from Mre. .Add'" (J"rr as one of the best race reproter.s that old, and by far, best Agricultural Fair Cider Mills and Cutting Boxes at of E. WhlteslUcs, deceased, his entire Interest in Kentucky i3 to take place ut Lex- Mastin Bros. Bj In the WH Hi3& ever touched a key. ington on tho'31st of August and the Furniture and Undertaking score of Mr. Chas It. four succeeding days in September. The Do you want to buy clean and fresh Gre3hnm on Second street, South Side, This fair is conceded to be par excel- canned goods? Well, then, John Driswas orolcen into on Monday night. lence in overy respect. We hope there coll is the man you are looking for. The bolts to the the front door were will bo .special trains provided by the He has them. St. Clair street. tf And hae sold Interest In injwuslnesa to forced and when once inside the burg- railroad company. lar fastened the door, and made his Tf 'oat of sorts' vilh hondnplie, stomach disorder, torpicMiver, pain in back or sidf, conS. Tho most wonderful Pain-Cur- or through the back door. The full The elbow flange of the new steel stipation, He . iioKlcrt niv no Intnl. One dose exit tho world has over Saaatlvo fills will give rellet extent of the thieving is not known as water pipe, on the Turnpike bridge, of frtronK'o roitoioao new health and vigor. And hereafter the stjle ot tho Ann will bo Alowiluaca known. Your money will yet. cracked and burst at the south end of the ga bo returned if not 'found Tuesday afternoon about .') Louisville steam bread and rolls at as represented. We have often buid before and now, bridgei on mi STATEN & DEHONEY, .! t St. rne company unci tuo. pre- Kleber's. - reiterate it, that if you wish to let the ociociv. t Audthobutlnesawlllbei-entlnucdi.the old people know you want to sell or buy caution taken to have a new one ready Oura for Piles. Children Cry for Pitchers of W httesddes & Staten, No. Iil8 St. Clair .vtieet.stand and it was speedily fixed. This much-neede- d May unything, just advertise it in the JAS. T. STATEN. Castorfa. Piles are frequently preceded by a pipe gives us two streams ot ltoUN'DAHOUT. Mr. L. B. Marshall seneof weight in the back, loins and 3TOIE3 IfflTlW tm " advertised a home for sale qn Satur- water so that if one pipe is out of fix lower part of the abdomen, causing the other will supply the north side of the patient to suppose has sone ejecday week ago and sold it in a few days POTTAOE. WITH HARDEN ATTACHED. IN tion of the kidneys or neighboring orKelie l'oint. on reasonable tcniw. Apph to for $1,800 He still has another piece the city with water. WM. CROMWELL gans. At times, symptoms of indigesJUIJtiE RKL'UEN lmOWN. Auk. of property for sale, which he. adver-- " s As a proof of 'the accommodating tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness , Uses this morning. like disposition of the L. t N. R. R. com- of the stomach, ect Amoisture, disa- Atiorney-at-lawJSEW PLAKIjSOMILL. perspiration, producing a very Rev. Geo. O. Uirnes, the noted evan- pany, we note that the train from Lex greeable itching, after getting warm, AND ' gelist, has returned from histriparotind ington, on Monday morning, ran is a common attendant. Blind, BleedM. the world and was in Louisville on against a cow belonging to M. H. P. ing and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Tuesday. From there he goes to Lex- Williams, Esq., at the far end of the Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon Ilavingrcoently added to his Establishment Franklin and ington and thence to Dripping Springs, tunnel, and knocked her oil" to one the parts ofi'ected, absorbing the Tu- will also give specialthe adjoining counties, nnd attontion to tho purchase in Garrard county, lire Barnes con- side. She sprang up, and the engineer mors, allaying the Intense Itching, and ni fule ot rial ortmo, collection of rents, First-Clas- s riaiiing Mill, templates revisiting this section of the and fireman drove her out of the tun- effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 olnitns, and tbo negotiation ot loans. Office opposite Court IIouso. Address, The Dr. Bosanko cents. Qtuto, and we hope he will look after nel Into town just ahead of the train. Is now prepared to furnish all kind? of (Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by June the 1,200 coufe&4ora in our town. Large Hughes & Chiles. Mr John Wagner, who kept the sanumbers of them have gone back and 8, ft loon under the old Commonwealth ofvalk no more with him 2 J A nillfiS ptbUBUrMT PCDTflIU ntloernn fice, on St. Clair street, in this city (and ALSO (Veare requested to state that the who was indicted at the last term of the XiOstt'ailinLBMwUood.NeTTOutaeM Waxaaa, Iook tf Utnntfih, services at the Pleasant Hill Christian Circuit Court for keeping a Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin gambling COiM by indisunitianiL O.hurqh, this county, will be lipid on house, )??!, NoBneflUln a dayiOuroaaaoAllr and who jumped the town), ha a DMeptlon Gotten out in tho Best Style. W the third Sunday in each month in gotten himself into a flue fix v over In 11 ,wtry5. fv9yjw JTITKJiB. XDll i"""roiaTio iapiin u MaylS.tf. KBIK MKDICIAJ. OO., P.O. Urnrnr I7jfJi,jTi5o. K Y. , jilaco of the first Sunday! heretofore. T If (f 1 ft iiuuauapoiis. u appears mat n woJildor J.v. P. South Is the pastor of man named Frankio llowe Jiad beenr this Church. Thoso interested will his' mistress, "and was Tiic Best attempting to govern themselves accordingly, Liniment is older than Mustang throw him oil. lie procured a 'pistol Watciwoof v A protrWted meeting will be hold at and shot most men, and used more and her twice, inflicting very seCoat. that place, commencing on the Satur- rious and painful wounds. Wagner more every year. 8BJ.NDM.TCKJCBUwrrmnto..'wtrnroor. and will kD iou dr. In day ritght before the third. Sunday in vas arrested and Jailed. "The way nvroMltKLnURKSBIi and tl.lint tut tniir turn. mnulna tbo ' BRKW S3nttlnrtn, Th Hewaro orimlutkiD. Nona aJ. rrhcl without cot,"tlih lraanqaTa. ninnrtiw yamogua ire. A, Towtr, Uo.ton, M. September, , . of the transgressor is hard." , i .'' The case of Jiulsye P. U. Major vs k'--. Mrf.lt. "V. Scott, for the possession "rihd We would call attention to the ffU.rdianship of Col. S. 1. M. Major's child, was called in the County Court, on Monday, and continued until October. Bruisfs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt COMPTON& MACKLft, Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Cot tacks for Rent and Sali:. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures ritniT.iKTcns Apply to Drs. Gober &. Son, 317 Main Pile, or no pay required. It is guar.street. anteed to give perfect &ntisfactiou, or ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, money refunded. Price 25 cents per Saved Mis Ufc. HAVE box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. IXLL Mr. J). I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., says he was, for many years, of Foit SATii: on Rent. The residence Mrs. Frankfort. badly afllicted with Phthisic, also Dia- Lock boxJouett, in SouthKy. 1151, Frankfort, A.NI)3IiSCF.tTL'mbetes; the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost House Fou Rent A comfortable Six of the best grados of tli best Hour throw him into convulsions. He tried made in the world. Electric Bitters and got relief from house of five rooms for rent. Main Street. Apply to J. W. Pruett, Branch Ofllccnndn.irerooinon Eroadwaj, first bottle and after taking six bottles, oitcslte Cap2t. was entirely cured and had gained in Bank of Kentucky. itol Square Jati.2 flesh eighteen pounds. Says he posVnuno-old and middle aged nil itively believes he would hav dhxl. had it not Lkvii for the relief aifordeu experience the wonderful beneficial by Electric Bitters. Sold at iilty cents eiuvts oi Ayer's SarsaparilJa. Young BY ROII'O TO SVM children, su fieri ng from sou- eyes, nore G a bottle by Jos LeCompte. ears, scald-heaor with any scrofulous or svphilitie taint may be made "- y 8 brick house healthy and strong by its ue. Foil Rest. A aof six roo ns, located on Ann street Apply at Cm tcher & Starks. ClosiMg (But I In order to make room for our larjre of Cloaks If you wisii fresh, nice, and cheap Fall stock we Dry Goods, during and Notions, will this groceries, John Driscoll's is the place month, all goods in htock, at reduced to go, St. Clair street, Mrs Kahr's old prices. We will give the trade some stand. tf good bargains. Call and see us. WEITZEL As O'DONNELL. Cuttin&r Boxes and Cider Mills at 225 St. Clair street. G5-t- f. Fon Rknt The store to the right of the main entrance of Odd Follows.' Temple, with small room up stairs Possession given September 1st. ApE. A. Fkllmuu. ply to 227 MAIX KY Bucklen'a Arnica Salve Cuts, All 3Iay L. V. the latest stylo furniture cciistnntly In stock. COAirTOK. The BrT Salve in the world for W. C. Macklik. TUJ-- : Roller Svslem, v'i . MOXf BY -- SAVED - d, two-stor- - 4!5-t- f. feMfelS H ' W ilM f. Law-rencebu- rg Sal-yer- if 4 Meri--wethe- f. BERBERICHJ n. MOTHQE.! one-ha- lf '"J i K dry-goo- ds W. DEHONEY . 8-- tf Till S-A.3L.- DS! Steal Estate Agent, J. WAKEFIELD X5-l- y. MEN ONIY KsS !r ' ., tBUi iVt4 . Man ahd Beast; K K LICKER -- iJSa If ''. h ' V . w FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, K--' n w ? 1 Thomas Hunter Was qualified and enteied upon the discharge of the duThe modal shoot of Spring Hill Gnu ties of County Superintendent of Club, August lJUh, fit 2fi Knowille Black- Schools for Franklin County last Satbirds, 18 yurds rlso, screen trrtp, wns ns fol- urday. .His office will be in Col. T. B. Ford!s office, on the Capitol Square. lows: lt 17 K. Tnvlor tt. Mnrrla The following named gentlemen 15 have consented to be present and ad10 G. F. Horry Jno. Mnatt.i 1! R. lM'oppor, jr...in dress the Teachers' Meeting, at Swit-ze- r, J. L. Prlco 1!) S. It. Smith n. T,. Tnvnn It' on the 1st Saturday in September, Payne, Prlco nnd Tnylor, having tied for viz: Prof. J. T. Gaines and Prof. N. H. Motsinger. of Louisville, Messrs. the medal, the tie was shot off, Payne win- Ira Julian, John L. Scott, and Thomas ning. B. Ford, of Frankfort Others have been invited and will probably be Miraculous Escapes. piesent. Let all the teachers and friends of common schools turn out Winclics-te- r, W W. Recti, dniist, of and have a good time. Intl., writes: "One of my customo h ers, Mrs. Louisi Pike, Jiurtoiiin, opening Entertainment at (Jo., liid.,vnsiiIoiiKsufferer with Consumption, and was p;iven up to die New Opera Mouse, Sept x. by her physicians. She heard of Dr. MINSTllELS AT rOHD'fl. ' Iving's New Discovery for Consumption, and bejian buying it of me. In Tho oponing performance of tho season six months' time she walked to this was given at Ford's Opera House Ins) night city, a distance of six miles, and is now by tho Wilson & Rankin Minstrel Company, so much improved she has quit using it an organization which in genuine, talent stands nlmost She feels she owes her life to it." and versatility of excellence. alone upon tho Tho Bottles at Jos. LeCompto's highist plane a stato of constantaudience Free Trial was kept in delight G Drug Rtore. during tho entire ovoning. The individual ltun-dolp- ?ft" u Ioui$vSnc Tobacco market. FOHNIRHKD HY OI.OVEIl & DUKItETT, WARE- LOUISVILLE TOB ICCO HOUSE. . U' j -- St, .w fc Sales were largo ngnin this week nmount-inj- j tolMloi hhds which aggregates 8S,(M9 hhds sinco tho 1st of January. Prices were fully sustained on all grades of tobacco but no material change wtu noticeable. i Receipts continue largo amonnting to 2,400 hhds for the week, Thoro has as yet been no dirninuition in tho largo stocks being held hero. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burloy tobacco1 ?3.00 to $t.()0 Dark Trash 4.00 to G.fiO Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory.. 4.00 to 5.50 8.00 .00 to Cplory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory.. . COO to 7.00 7.00 to 10.00 Good Loaf . 10.00 to 15.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 20.00 , Tiie Safest and Kest. In October, 1S8."), dreadful disease, blood poison. I went under treatment of a physician at once. At the end of the first month I became alarmed at the progress of the disease in my system, and abandoned the doctor. A'friend told me of S. S. S. and its wonderful effects. I gave it a trial and began to improve with the first bottle. I have taken ten bottles, and a well man. To all who are am y in need of a blood purifier I will say, by all means try Swift's Specific. It is the safest and best of them all. to-da- I contracted that 'St. St., Newark, N. J. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d 93 S. 14th Suxitlay-Sclio- ol E. 13. Black, State vciitiou. ol Con- - This Convention, which is under the Union, auspices of the Sunday-schomet in the Opera House in this city, on Tuesday last. It was composed of some three hundred of the most promworkers of all inent Sunday-schodenominations in the State. Prof. J. 'J. Bucker, of Georgetown, called the meeting to order, as President of the last Convention, and presided over tho deliberations until the second day, when Itev. J. II. Deering, of Mt. Ster- ling, was elected for the ensuing year. ' Mr James F. Huber, of Louisville, Secretary and Treasurer, was with the usual number of other ol " ofii-cer- s. ' , Reports from the districts were made anci nesiny an oi uiviii aiiuwwi uamcu and gratifying progress. The addresses were all full of fire and instruction. The offices of State Visitor and Sec retary and Treasurer were consolidated, and Mr. James F. Huber, of Louisville, selected to fill both positions. The unpreoidontly large collection of $1,030 was raised to forward this good work for the year, especially in the mountain region. A large amount of routine work was attended to, which our limited space will not permit us to iuote. W 'The services of song wore especially enjoyable, and great credit therefor is .due Mr. S. 0. Bull, of this city, the two Messrs. Wishard, and Mr. Jennings, of Louisville, and tour other local musicians. The committee of arrangements had their work well in hand, and all the tV delegates and visitors were comforta bly provided for in that hospitable manner which, we aro proud to say, always characterizes Frankfort when she undertakes a thing of that kind. wait for our party. Bottor still, wo found there two of our Cincinnati friends, who hnd gone up via Detroit and Lake Huron. They onjoyed n big storm on tho way, and tho vicissitudes of "upheaval" resulting therefrom. CAN HE CURED WITHOUT THE USEOr OPIUM OR VKORPHIHEI Our trip across tho head of Lako Huron , was without. further incident, snvo tho prevTJeocI TonijaUno In a c wo of Nourntfrla of 13 or 16 Medical Iiritf, published nt 8t. Loub, says Tho : " Mnuy have bccoiuo ynirn ntamlluit, nlilch bad resisted nil treatment, In the June, 16M, alence of a dense fog, blended with smoko victims to the uso of opium or morphine, from 'XMsnasHix months elncoanJ tho patient has perfect lroaJ'ini in n fcor lomiilitiut." from forest tires, that greatly obscured vistho uso of those drugs lorlho relief of Neural-piJi. L. Hows, II. I Oentovillo, Mo. ion, so that naught was in sight except tho It is gratifying to obse'rvo that such "Havo irfvnn Tongalino a fair tn.il In KouraWn. cori'cquenoes mAy bo averted by tho To uto my pattsnt'o vn piprrvlon. "It's tho meil- l"witsto of water." Nearing tho Detour use of Tonoaline, which is almost a Bpecllic clne for thtit dlfloaso." 0. V. Ilu.Krl., IlrlgUtcn, 111. Pass, tho light houso was signaled by repeatin tho acute form of Neuralgia." , "I consider ToerMIpo tbo host preparation tot ed whistles for its fog horn, but tho wind Neuialla I lure fver tried." O. V. Dbval, M. D., Plnovllte. Mo, being off land it was somo timoboforo eithwas recognized. Won SALE BY ALL DXlUOaiBTS. er horn or I'RIOE OKE DDLLAU P2R BOTTLK. Bcla iVoprlutur, 70U ana Til VAblliMii'UW AVUJ0E. a'f. LOUIS. From Detour Pass to tho "Soo" St. Mnry A.A. -is pleasant traveling for 50 or tiO miles through broad reaches of clear water, varying from one to twenty miles in width. Largo lako steamers, with their tows of two to four largo sail vessel . aro almost constantly in sight. Soult St. Mnry is a small but busy little villago of two or threo thousand inhabitants. It is at tho foot of the Government Canal that affords an cosy avoidance of tho Big AGENT FOR- Rapids, tho outlot of Lake Superior. There f, 3fs'M is an immenco trnfilo through this canal. Vessels laden with grain, iron nnd coppor J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiscr Manufacturing Corn-- , ' ? Myi ore, and lumber, are almost c6nstantly beKalamazoo Spring Tooth, pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-miling locked through its waters. itE a Our party spent tho night at tho J, Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Puckeye Cider Vitk House, chiefly notable for tho prejuOT.'Ut USN Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler its proprietor against tho uso deserving of special mention are dice ofnnd envelopes by guests when of his performers writpaper numerous. Goo. Wilson, in his peculiar ing letters to friends. After listening to his Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps line of business, originated by himself, is apostrophe against two previous guests A" simply inimitable, and Carl Rankin, one of whoso misdirected letters had been returned ''Vo All of the above 1 claim are the best in the market. I keep .1 UlClll the princo of minstrels, makes, in conjunc- to his care, a ro'narkod it was too tion with him, a pair that cannot bo beaten. bad, as at least four sheets of paper and two in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Frank Rankin has always been a great favorite. envelopes had been spoiled. Wo called his T- His voice is excellent, and his wonderful " to tho fact that wo wore writing fort, Ky. skill in playing upon all sorts of instruments attention with pencil instead of ink, thereJuu ' our lotters his droll dialect would Bervo to interest by saving tho ink. This was too too much, and and amuse a chronic hypochondriac. Tho and ho vanished nmid tho laughter of tho of tho organization aro remarkably clever, and there was seldom any need crowd. day wo engaged a stoam tug i cskxtssss occf't'Hirua feast Next of light of a' chestnut ball during their efforts to bo dimensions to carry our party and luggacre. funny. Tho Poluski brothors and tho KENTUCKY'S K0UTE EAST tow our boats, to Echo Lake, "ovor tho ore marvelous in their lines, and aro and ran- border" in Canada. No boats boing nt alone sufllcient to iusuro tho nucccss of tho lake, wo rented threo from tho owner at that tho . company. There are many othor features "Soo." Our tug, after taking n tow of ;, rniLiiutLrnin ix ww mniw which aro worthy of tho highost praise. Tho barges down tho river, landed on the west OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, house has been very tastefully renovated, THE ONLV LINE bank, 12 miles from St. Mary. and tho impression mado on the oyo is very Just boforo tying up, tho "Soo" or captain tho pilot WILL BE AT THE now dros3 tho Grand Opera pleasant In its Running Fuilman flew Sleeping Cars had in House will certainly prove to bo even more and the engineer came u "scrimmngo" No which the captain out second best. ton popular than during the past fow seasons, soonor did tho boat land than tho captain when its business was remarkably good, dehis craft nnd departed, leaving his jel .A. Z 3ST" J&. . IN FRANKFORT. KY.. spite tho dullness of tho times. Baltimore forsook passengers enjoying the sccnory of a wood i ritoM Daily News. yard and saw mill. It was our first "shipSATURDAY, ATJGSUT 28, 1886. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, m wreck." Elog: Mollow. Luckily wo were enabled to hire a couplo SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. of Indians, who owned a Mackinnw sail SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1886. TOHot and still heating. boat, to take us to our destination, only lii tit t Most everybody done threshing losing a fow hours timo and saving our fnro All crises or BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured for the twelve miles down. by the llrliikerhoit system without using thu knife wheat. Echo Lake, our first encampment, is a Or LIQATUKE UI1U WlUlOUl Silly pailK Connecting In same depot with fast trains for Dave Hall'says all he has got to say beautiful body of clear, cold water, about c, FISTULA t-osiis that he wishes he had not made this fivo miles long by two miles wide. The ' aorrm shores aro irregular, sometimes precipitous, race. Cured without tho knife or ligature. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO i ' xwit'k heavily wooded ,and having a background Tho young men say Miss Isola Tracy of hills from 300 to 400 feet high. Only a FISSURES LYNCHBURG, can dance the fantastic toe to perfec- sinclo sottlor has ventured to erect his & m Cured without cutting or tearing. tion. DANVILLE. cabin in so remote a locality. V S $ Wo spent tou days fishing its waters nnd Miss Adams, of Jacksonville, has RECTAL ULCER ANQ BECTAL GATAHRH NORFOLK, exploring tho vicinity. Although a month been employed to teach the school at AND ALL too early for good fishing, we captured four Bird Tracy's school-housconditions that produce consumption and muskalong of 7 11, nnd 15 pounds Diseased the chronic diseases, most of Miss Isola Tracy was said to be the weight respectively, nny quantity of pickerel best dancer at the Beaver Dam picnic, from two to oight pounds, bass from to UTERUS, on the 14th of this month. K pounds, nnd somo trout from a moun Diseases of the womb that are causod by u diseased For tickets and further Information iipply to your nearest tain stream. Prof. Tracy's Union Sunday-schobowel, also treated. During our entiro stay wo woro beseiged is progressing finely. Vast crowds nour C. W. SMITH, H. AV. PULLER, in from every quarter, especially from by, "millions" of mosquitoes, black flies and Wo tried smudges of punkies, or nosee-omGeneral Mnnngor, Gen. Pass. Agt., the Hollow. smoke, oil of pennyroyal, and Jnmboline Can also be cured If not too late, as tho Itching Is Richmond, Vibcima. We will be as humble as we possibly without avail. Tho only consolation was in only a symptom of the disease that exists In the can to our Tioga correspondent, to keep painting hands, face, neck and cars with n lower bovvtl. REFERENCES. him from raining fire and brimstone tar ointment, that gave us the nspoct of n W. .T. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUdown upon our heads, as he is perched band of Indians, but was confusion to mosdirectly over our valley on Mooreland quitoes. The thermometer, during our stay SON, Frankfort; J. 31. WI THROW, Frankfort. Heights. We can but say "let us have at Echo Lake varied from GO to 80 degrees Pamphlets describing theso diseases sent free to Something eery man, woman and child should do, " , peace." ., and beur In mind thut tho rendering heavy winter clothing agroeablo, any one by addressing A fight occurred on Lebanon Ridge and camp fires at night a nocessily. Nide Wo saw nothing in tho character of tho M. W. between two of the feminine persuaQueen's dominions to attract settlors, and Has tho largest und cheapest line of hair, cloth, sion. They were brought before the shoe, tooth, and nail brushes ever shown at one 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, court. One was released on the plea of beyond tho lish wo ate and the pleasuro of time In the city. stripes from innocence, the other escaped with a suspending tho stars and surroundings. a tnll CONSULTATION FREE. envied little tho So, .'"! 75 Gtyles and pricec hair brushes black eye, minus one cent. Two sweet flagstaff, Dec'2Wy. when n messenger arrived to " " " 50 cloth young ladies of. sweet sixteen being one night, our Indian cook, on take away " ' " 50 shoe " tho jurors. account of a sick child, wo woro ready to i fail to examine the lino at Don't fold our tents and depart from tho laud of Camp Douglass Lake, August 8C. tho "festive mosquitoes." Editor Roundabout: Our second encampment is nt Douglnss Agreeably to promiso I send you a brief Lnke, eighteen miles south of Mackinaw TEE SOUTH SIDE DETTG STORE, FRANKFORT, KY., resume of our fishing trip to Michigan and City. It is seven miles long by two to , ' FUANKP-ORTs wide. tho lako is three miles of Canada. ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN ' PROPRIETOR OF THE Franklin or adjacent counties. Our party, known as tho "Kingfisher Club," generally shallow, varying from a fow inchMay is composed of three persons from Cincin es to eight or ten feet. Wo fish nlong tho FAMOUS GEN. HA BIS COLOGNE VfSil nati, V., threo from Decatur, Ills., and two mnrginof the reeds nnd water lillios that lino from Frankfort, Ky., to which may bo add the banks, or across the shoals. Thoro are AND & ed a voluble and youthful cook from our no muskalong in Douglass Lake, but our LECOIYIPTE'S HANDSFfiOOTHER. nearest It. It. station, Pelston. Wo oxpoct catch of bass is better. Plenty of pickerel ed another addition from Detroit, but af and Tho latter aro shaped liko , ter getting us far as the Soult St. Mary on and a splendid tablo delicacy. We !. our trail, and finding us off in tho wilder- hnvo also had tho luck of catching n lot of ness of Canada, 18 miles from tho nearest grayling, a fish that sells at 00 cents por P. O., he incontinently forsook pursuit and pound ut Mackinaw City and tho "Soo." It KINDS SCREENED. ALL family use.DOUBLE Delivery, Ful is only found in a few rivers in Michigan returned home. 33.7' 35vl.I2ST Prompt We wore much disappointed, as our Do nnd ono or two streams in one of tho WestWeight, lioltum Trices July troit friend is an amateur photographer, and ern territories. Hickman and Furr, both of our party, his failure to snow up lost tho worm many Telephone connection No. 30, excellent views of distinguished persons(!) caught 50 graylings in ono day, aftor a It) and picturosque surroundings. Leaving mile tramp. Cincinnati via Richmond, we traveled al Our mornings horo aro delightful, with most duo north for a day and night, ovor tho thermometer at 40, rising to 75 or 80 FRANK FO RT, KY . Dec.8.f the brand Rapids and Indiana R. R., a woll dogrees during tho day. It beats your S)i) MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS. managed road, reaching Mackinaw City degrees and dust. Thoro is less of tho mos Teeth extracted without pain by the use of about 7 a. m., the following day. Horo the quito here, oxcopt on tho low grouuds. umr.20-t- f rouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. agent blundly informed us that the boat for Pheasants are plentiful and door abundant, tho "Soo" had departed nn hour or more, but out of senson. Benrs nro to bo found nnd wo would hnvo to wait ovor till next by hunting, but wo hnvn't lost nny. Ono Are perfectly Sur And always KfrectacU. day. regularly by 10.UOO American Used came within fifty yards of camp yesterday, Women. Guaranteed naperior te all Hero was a go. As we restlessly snuntor-e- d moKiiy wnen wo woro out, or tnoro would orworlbleM aoatrama. Try others,on Cali reftanded. Don't wame nbout tho depot, blessing our luck, wo havo been a "dend boar," or n foot rnco. monev Hold by all DrugKlsta, or were not a little amused at the comments tbta Beiaedy flrat. Send 4 cents for pitrtlculara, Huckleborrios nnd wild raspberries nre mailed to any addrriw. on our box of 850 speckled frogs, consigned tho lo;x fruit, loons furnish music, nnd tho WILCOX MPKCINC CO., rtallada,. Tm. to us at Mancellona station nn hour or two waves, on tho beach have lulled us to sleep. ' before, ns nn invoice of bait. A baggage- So an rcvoir. O. man's designation of them ns "canary hurts and many sorts of ails of birds" brought down the crowd. Thirty minutes of waiting nnd wo found man and beast need a moling 2(0 PA0E8. Innitmtea, i In Cloth amToilt Binding, 60c .... . a way to hold the "Soo"' steamer at Mnoki-na: rr rt uioiic7oriiip Dime, ppr cover, an, i nil hook lotion. Mustang Liniment. to know, Island, across tho channel, by sending a Alt the rurlom, doubtful or Innuli llle antHEALTH, 'V Fullof very lntrrritliffnd valuable Infiiniiltlon. dispatch per submarine cable. The expediNO. 6, MEETS EVERY ill auvue wno iiarriaKsa nciiii nawuouot, whyt nre prompted orwlitn CAPITAL L0D0E, Medical Aid, fna y.Mirry, Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ent promised to work to n charm, nnd wo ' broucli noira 10 you. tu nimnni run rn.TtHSS.irua LEE A. OWEN, N. G. tollfe. Youno1 or old. married or itnffle. tick or wpl L ihould boardod tho ferry, and forty minutes Inter It. Williams, Sec. J. mait.Benmaita by on. WHITTIER. St. Loult. M 9i CWilUi had the pleasure of hailing tho "Soo" steum- - April I BiiHwuTTuiauuTAnuBsnuwiTUViui. a. dan-poro- Educational. 1 or " TT at tho island dock, whero she was in imX B. Bfleek, -- II t. -- fWKMl flRP Ught-hous- o F.1E!-L!E- n, Capital City j. laen ine works. Propreitor. l, il m ." Chip-pow- or ' s-- -- m::b:e::h:.. end-me- n as Mil IS H RIW, -- m DR. I. EELLEY, 1 SOLID -- T Ground v..e "i k '1M WASHINGTON CITY, :lst:e"w- e. J, 13, ol tlcktt-oftlc- s. PEUEITUS, Itching Piles, BRUSH UP! Soutli Drug Store I. KELLEY, I)., hnlf-broe- d R7c. STEELE. REAL ESTATE AGENT, JOSEPH LeEOMFTE'B Two-third- IY. n. ::. blue-gill- s. sun-fish- HOMCEOPATHLSTS n ii mil Choice Coal Cheap. OPPICE ST. DR. J. S. COLLiNS, DEISTTIST, GEO. B. MACKXJXT, ANSY PILLS y All Sorts of w I. 0. 0. F. MfilAGE GUIDE con-Ul- ;s ni -- . vmx 3mi ) ! ;. 'm ..ULl:: Vjksfet.&MMa - a - vy, ' it ...'.." v , ..v . ." ..,. . '''--w. ...... l 'k . ,.-n..- , '.f'lXw'v . . v ,mmm) SKTCeaC3KiaTOa3B5KWr3ra3E 7J3?dOTE2K3J hca? Jjisas3tjgwiwvas6gwa rarca 5" &raeracB3s:sQiK3a5zxK3SKraK&asKtHEiiZBa-- 0 BOOT -- SHBBlemBlU. FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 21. tax-paye- rs The nttenlion of all in the city of Frankfort is called to the posters on the street from the City Clerk's office, giving notice of an ad dition of 10 per cent, to all taxes not 'paid to the Treasurer by the 2.3th day mother and sister. MOfAugust. Miss Jennie Featherston returned i home last week from a visit to relaV'ivA ISellepoini. tives in Lexington. JT U CiroiiKitA Ci'itn The following wo .SjkMIss Mary Todd has returned from a find in the Kontuokian, extra of Aug. d to relatives in Sholbyville, .viglt 14: Fothergill's Poultry cholera cure by Miss Je.-si-e Petry. never fails to cure cholera in fowls. It A. Bobortson returned from has been thoroughly tested by some of .f 'Mr.-Ge'(Ashland, last week after a three weeks' the best poultry raisers in IJoiirhon ,vsit to his niece, Mrs. V. W. Ciilbert-son- .- and other counties, and pronounced by them as a sure cure, tfce. Now we know Mr. 'Our people seem to join with the hesitate in KntlienHIl and wnnlrl not Iih cure to people of Frankfort in the interest the people recommending although we j" in this section, Con have i 'jnuuifested in the Sunday-schonot tried it, but we feel confident vention. that it will do just what Charlie says. During the performance at the school Those who wish to try it can drop a -house last Saturday evening Miss Ad postal to ti's, box 19, and we'will give die Ziegler was presented with a hand- - all the information desired, or von can write to him at Paris, Ivy. ftIHU UUqill'l. v Miss Carrie Phillips, of Frankfort, was the guest of Miss Ollie Compton last week. Dr. Pryor. of Monterey, was the guest of Mr. Mace Lucas last Tuesday. Misses Mollie and Jennie Wright and Susie Johnson, and Mrs. Margaret Johnson, all of ITatton, are visiting Mrs. Louis Lea. Miss Jennie Wilson, of Monterey, passed through our village last Wednesday, for Frankfort to visit her uceom-fyphnie- - ol Tub DnvirAs Hollow. Another pike in course of construcDear Uncle Zeke: tion connecting the Louisville and Your nephew is hero on a furlough Frankfort with the Bagdad at Law-sin- 's n from cross roads. the moun tains, and if the authorities will give Mr. Charles Sheets an old and highme another chance to butcher up the coal miners I promise you my liver if ly respected citizen died at the resiI sparo even the women or children. I dence of his son, Mr. Lem. Sheets, near want all our poor convicts turned out this place, August 17, 1SS(5. loose. It will make your old gizzard Makuiki August 19, 188G, at curl up some to inform you that Ken residence of the bride's father, Mr.the J. tucky will soon be sold to nav her D. Parrent, Mr. Wm. Strobridge and debts. You see that it takes a sight of Miss Mary 13. Parrent. Bev. T. J. money 10 Keep so many ol our friends Stevenson officiating. Congratulations, in power, but it's got to be done, if wo have to raise the State tax to 1)0 cents Drier) August 17, 18SG, at the resion the dollar New York had the srrit dence of Mr. Jos. Parrent, sr., Mr. John to accept a mortgage on Kentucky for T. Daniel, aged 8G years.' Deceased about three millions, which wo needed was highly respected and esteemed by to assist in paying up the Legislature, all who knew him. The funeral seror they would have frozen to their vices were conducted by Rev. T. J. seats until Gabriel blew his trumpet. Stevenson. They .took only llo.nni) of it, but Mauuikd August 17, 88(5, at the Yankee money will puss in a residence of Mr. Owen Tapp, by Rev anywhere in this State about as good T. J. Stevenson, Mr. D. S. Trinler, of as any other. New Albany, Ind., and Miss Mattie Won't it make you feel mangy to find Kentucky up in New York Crockett, of Louisville. Attendants Misses Jacquo Jackson and Annie among the Yankees'.' Keep out ol my sight, for T have Crockett. May their honey moon never cease. made up my mind to shoot you. From your affectionate nephew, theanti-eitizenswari1 bar-room Ll'C'IFClt Yocu.M. - shirt a barber shop on this side. It "V will be a great convenience to the gen-'- -. tlemen of the Point, who, we hope !? will avail themselves of it .' T hero was a performance of Cindor- elln given at the school-hous- e last evening by a number of little - Mioys and girls of our town. It was .T.,ucted very creditably, and we hope to Vsee tnem again uetore long. ' Sat-,';iirday Mr. Charlton Ilunley, proposes to' iting Miss Vergie Sledman. Miss Aigee Gnrvey, of Owen, is vis- Tiojja. - t f ..,. C ESloomisisrtGza . Mr. A. Ste'dmnn is quite sick. :,. n..n:,. t xisuii :,. ..!.. s..i. nun miss vauit' yit:i., is 411111; hiciv i.i.: ".'' IHLsi ; j vnll loft Mnndnv for si visit to frinnds t' - m-'j- i - Ik ' I' cs... T.. TVfV jjui;, UII, illl.uil. t Ul r...., SjJUIll Ollll- dav with the family of Mr. Samuel -- an vjwtrii. TiimkeH. , ,. .,,. .4. - m? C -' (- X I'"1' " Mi m. I4 -- - r . "'Mrs. Fannie Scantland spent Mon-',- day night with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Jones, who is very ill. Bev. John Cannon will preach at next Sunday evening our school-hous- e nt four o'clock. All are invited. Quito a number delegates from this place are in bTanuiovt this week look-f- lf Jug after the interests of our Suuday- scnooi. - JM Rri ,, Trij. Wnvrl Miiipv lv "Unlim-- t TUn. cey and family, of Versailles, and Mrs George Urazier, of Frankfort, spent . last week with their aged relative, Mr. ' J. It. Gay. f; .' ' Forks of Eiklaorn. Don't forget the Ceutennial at Frank- fort, Oct. G. 1 Several of our citizens visited the Con- '. ' vention this week. ",y "Renew your subscription to the ft RouNDAiioiJT through your correspon dent. I?' Those who were reported on the sick list last week are improving. Mr. Frank Lea, of Ilatton, is in this section and will remain for a week or '',- - two. Mr. Louis Lea paid a Hying visit to the Zeke Vokuiu neighborhood last IV. - Saturday. in Miss Mattio Triplet:, of Frankfort, is mv visiting Miss Lelia Wilson. v Mrs. Mattie Kaphe, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs, Sarah Featherston. -- The cyclone of last week wa- the out of it. most terrific ever known on the heights Craw is full of convicts. I see them About lo pounds to the siuare foot. swarming among the darkies around Mr. Noel Lee edified a fashionable Mr. Bullow's grocery and about the audience at the Evangelical S. H. by Governor's Mansion, and we look for 'em at the Ferry. No family having his excellent choir from Bald Knob. any pivtence to aristocracy should be Mr. Simeon Iiuford will establish a without a few "trusties." laboratory for the distillation of hi? All the high flung folks in FrankAugust flower, in the town of Bufords-vill- fort have 'em. Where are you'.1 If I find your manThe Rev. Dr. Wilson has created a gy hide about the Ferry, I'll put daylasting impression by his lucid reason- light through it. , Your affectionate nephew, ing on the school system before the LL'CIl-'KYOUL'M. last teacher's convention at Harp. The meritorious mothers and lovely ESricljjeport. daughters of Harp, will accept public thanks for their boundless hospitality Very hot. toward the starving teachers. Plenty of rain. Our excellent neighbor, Jerry WilTime of great rejoicing. liamson, will be announced in another To act what you profess is truth. column as a candidate for constable "subject to the action" of no party, Prof J. B. Lea is on a visit to Bagcliquo or ring. dad. Mr. 1L S. Kinkead is on a business An adjacent school trustee, who knows more about pumpkins than triple Arkansas. geography, went down to the school Prof. W. O. Crockett, of Versailles, to instruct the teacher. "Where did naid a visit to this section since our this blamed thing grow?" asked he as last. he crushed in the hollow globe beBoth fruit and vegetables of all kinds tween his iron claws. are more abundant this season than for Messrs. Pulliam and Goins. the pres- many years. ent contractors of the Frankfort and Dr. AVni. Bailey and son, Hewitt, of New Castle turnpike, propose con- Louisville, nave ueen in the village structing a road from New York to since our last. Liverpool in order to dispense with Tho meeting at Franklin Church the fogy system of steamships. closed last Monday night. One addiThe late terrific cyclone tore the door tion by letter. of the institute into shreds. But for Mr. Larry Kesler, of Bagdad, was the presence of mind of the preceptor and his largest pupils, the building tle guest of Mr. F. M. Scofield last would have been a wreck and probably Monday night. many lives lost. According to appointment Bev. T. The moral advice of your Christian Warn Beaglo commenced a protracted reporter at SandriHle, on prayer in meeting at South Benson Church last public schools, is already reduced to Monday night. practice. A boy is being driv Mr. W. G. Sargent and son, Jas. I'm en every morning on the point of the have returned home from a visit to rolling pin into the school where ho relatives in Missouri. turns on the old lady and prays to the Mrs. Annio prince of torment to take her down Crockett, of Wilson and Miss Annie Louisville, have been in south. the neighborhood this week. A bevy of full grown beauties went Mrs. Lizzie'Vanuatta and daughter, down to thePulliani Aperient Springs, Miss Bottle, of Bagdad, are visiting a thoughtless halt to quench and made their thirst. When the proprietor sug- friends and relatives in this section. gested the nature of the mischievous Mr. Henry Julian, who has been reliquid, sheep never broke in wilder siding in Kansas City during the past confusion, nor did thoy stop until year, is on a visit to relatives in this seated in church. vicinity. e. of Devil's Hollow because I preached liberty to (he convicts. It seems harder to get into the penitentiary thaif it is to get Harper's Ferry. Dew Ze:e:Tc infernal have driven me out I Tncte yan-kee- s Fkankfoist, Kv., Aug. 7, 188(5. Editor Roundabout; A few days ngo, I wns rambling nbout on the old farm of Orlando Brown, now L. 13. Marshall's and Silas Noel's, curiosity induced mo to visit the old Hays Grave Yard, where I attended a funeral forty seven years ago, and I was induced to note down some of tho nam? inscribed upon the monuments and slabs that still remain there, although tho bones of many of tho more prominent ones have been removed to our beautiful cemetery. Tho following are part of tho names still plainly inscribed thereon: In memory of Louisa Alizabeth Isemin-gednughtor of H. and L. Iseminger, born Juno 2L'd, 181L, died April 21st, 1840. In memory oi Joseph Henry Smith, born December 21st, 1843, died January 0th, -- r, In memory of Matilda, daughter of John and Matilda Cox, wife of Thomas Furcell, died October 10th, 1838, aged 33 years, 13 days. Sacred to tho memory of Sophia Western Fage, consort of Thos. S. Fage, and daughter of Wm. Woolfork, Seig.. born February 3d, 180'., died May 2d, 182G. In momory of Elizabeth G. Kendall, died July 11th, IS 10, aged 2C years, 3 months, 7 days. James Wilkerson Tavlor, born March 20, 180(5, died October 25th, 183G. 'This monument was erected by tho Legislature of Kentucky to Christopher Greenup, who was a soldier in tho Revolution, and was elected to the highest ollieo in the State August, 1801, and died in his (59th year, April 27th, 1818. This monument was erected 182.'.." "Geo. Madison was Auditor of Fublio Accounts for 25 years, vn a soldier, and died in tho 53d year of his age, ou the 11th of October, 181(5. This monument was erected by the Legislature of Kentucky. Ho was elected Chief Magistrate of Kentucky. On another monument is inscribed: "Solomon F. Sharp, on tho 7th of November, 1825, was struck down by the hands of an assassin in tho 38th year of his age, at 2 o'clock in tho morning of tho meeting of the Legislature, of which ho was a member." Tho following names I found on slabs headstones: and old broken To thu memory of Mrs. Mary Grooms, who died May 1st, 1820, aged 4 years. To tho memory of T. Fottit, Lucinda Pottit, R. D. and W. Fettit, and O. B. Fotmoss-covere- 1814. d 1 tit. Mary Spoonor, died January 30, 183(5. Another, whoso numo time has obliterated, who was a senator from Pulaski county, Kentucky. B. G. H. FOR RENT! Tho Brick House next door to the corner of Broadway and High streets, containing nine rooms. Apply to V. KALTENBHUN. It. 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