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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886082801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ShtttifcPKaifcfiZap-r&J- .y-iii- iS . P lv-tr- -j - W . ? rrv :r w The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. VM- &: DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. AUGUST 28, 1886. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. There was a same of FRANKFORT, Base-ba- ll KY Number 5( ISD, ItJAfrr" m K, vw ed at i ween the "Craw" Club, of thU city, and Benson Club, which resulted in a score of four to three in favor of the -- playBenson Depot, on Saturday, bi latter. Mr. Morrison Ilodgers has purchased the interest of his partner in the grocery firm of Rogers & Allen. Mr. Rogers will continue the business at the Old stand, comer of Broadway and Catfish alley, and respectfully solicits a slmre of the business of the communi2t. ty. A New Council Demanded. The time is approaching for theelec-- ' Frank'of a new council for the city of present fort An improvement on the tt& one is needed badly, and it devolves upon the people to select men who have the good of the city at- heart instead of their own private ends. Thi3 Council, or at least a majority thereof, y had a scheme before the last Legislature in which the city was authorized to take an unlimited amount of stock therein, in other words it was a scheme to get the city to furnish the money an .and the stockholders were to havecon'Unlimited amount of stock and full trol of the whole matter. Again, to aid a "friend," an insurance policy for more money than could be collected from the company should .a fire occur, was canceled thirty days before it expired to givo the insurance to a "friend" of the councilmen, and the, worst of all by the instruction of power the Clerk is this same one-ma-n directed to issile, and does issue, the city warrant for the full amount of the premium without any order of council. When trustees of a city concoct schemes ' to make money for themselves at the expense of the city it is time for a change. Let the citizens look around and elect a council composed of good men, all Let them select such men as Judge Win. Lindsay, J W. Pruettj R. K. r, .McClure, Michael 'Buckley, Sig. Capt. Sam Sanders, Hiram Berry, J no. V Payne, and J. W. Hughes, n mpii nf snnli standiii'r that no IlkC1 '"scheme" can be manipulated through for any one's benefit. ' rfifris- T'at thn riH'Pll4 nnrl themselves of the very ter, aud avail ..... & ni' siucai uicii in Hut. nhovn nil. KMaV make a oWt thpiTt. new deal for the good of the city and her people and place- a seal of condemnation upon every scheming councilman who offers for P. S. In referring above to the late "Insurance deal" it should have been stated that, in order to defeat the united efforts of other agents to secure in a manly way a division of the "Bridge WW insurance" ($11,000 for 3 years) the account of the favored agent was approved by the chairman of the Bridge Committee, the premiums ($J0; collected a to. month prior to the expiration of the old policies, and council afterwards, with all the facts before them, with but' one dissenting voice, indorsed the Whole "scheme," to favor one man (and he now and for years a delinquent to the city; notwithstanding the earnest protests made before the council by other agents in person and hv written remonstrances. The county Judire allowed a similar "deal" to be. worked with the county policies on the Bridge. For many otner points and proofa in the premises, ask the inTruth. surance men of the city. tax-payer- Advertisement Master Mat. Thompson, of Stedman-villhas. as we understand, the finest yearling Percheron colt in the county. Rev. F. W. Morgan and sister. Miss Mollie, of Scott, were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Featnerston last Wednesday evening. A very interesting and sociable gathering of young folk, at the residence of Dr. Wallace, war Woodlake, on Thursday evening of last week, and was very 'much enjoyed by all present. The following are some of the young ladies and gentlemen present: Misses Mamie ancl Addie Norton, of Lexington, Bessie Lewis and sister, Mamie Gallihue, Master Will Vardie, of Jacksonville, Florida, the Forkner Brothers, of Lexington, and several whose names we did not learn The same party were invited to Mrs. Bob Wilson, jr.'s, on last Tuesday evening, winch was also a very enjoyable atiair. e, Neuralgic Rheumatism and Erysipelas. About four years ago I was attacked with what the physicians pronounced neuralgic rheumatism, accompanied with erysipelas. My appetite failed me entirely, and I had an intermitting pulse and very irregular pulsations of the heart. A terrible pain soon came into my chest and shoulders, and I became so helpless that I could attend to no business at all. The pains were movable, and would sometimes pass fiom one part of my body to another. Finally the erysipelas broke out on my !e "t hand and arm. aurproduced much swelling. I wa.sjKrfr eighteen months atlHeieii in thisay, and of course used a gml ,manyKinds of medicines, but po.b'ngprve me re'ief. Friends finally poivHitded me to fry Swift's Specific. I n owed a decided ininrovement vb"e fng the first bottle. I continued its until I had talrou about one dozen boiiles. when I found nivself sound and well again, with no sign of the disease left except a stiffness in my hand, a result of the erysipelas. While taking the medicine I gained on an average two pounds of flesh per day. I think S. S S. a valuable medicine, ai:d I frequently recommend it to my friends. Rev.' R. M. Piokkxs. Greenville, S. C, June 21, 1880 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases CLOSING OUT! f 1 i In order to make room for our large Fall stock of DRY GOODS, CLOAKS AND NOTIONS. We will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at REDUCED PRIGES. We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. Frankfort's Centennial. mass-meetin- WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! 225 St- OHi-A-IIES s. . ipt;. . IBH5B-- . IP liS Woodford. Miss Bessie Featherston and brother, Master Ernest, of Lexington, are heie Visiting relatives. Preaching at Mt. Pleasant Church torinorrow morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. F, W. Morgan. We spent a very pleasant time at tlio Association this week with the good brethren at Frankfort. Miss Anna Woods, near Woodlake, returned home last week from a pleasure trip to Old Point Comfort. Mr. Dudley Thompson, of Lexington, spent Tuesday of aist week. with, A great manv at-mittee. The resolutions were unanimously adopted, with a request that the.y be published by all newspapers friendly to the movement. Lysaxjiek, IIoiii), Chairman. Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now W. H. Sxekj), Secretary. on Monday At the adjourned meeting night Gen. D. W. Lindsey was elected President, a number of the oldest citiJudge W. ,11. zens Sneed, and. Messrs S. C. Sayres and A Reliable Article. Come quick before all are sold H. B. Ware, Secretaries. A number For enterprise, push and a desire to of committees were also appointed. get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the DrugSeveral young ladies and gentlemen gists, lead all competition. They sell from this city attended the hop at Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's the best medicine on the Shelbyville Thursday night. market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and Primary nption. l'rice ou cents 1 At the last meeting of the School and $1.00. Samples free. Board the following named teachers were elected: S. P. Browder Supt., A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, Mrs. Anna Kersey Payne, Miss Julia Miss Minnie E. Bell, Miss Sarah spices, and all other general grocery Todd, A.Bell, Miss Lena M. Lynch, Miss supplies can be had cheap at John AnnieSullivan, Miss Mary L. McEwan, Driscoll's. Go and see him. tf Our TTxid-er-rea- r and Miss Lou Wiard, Miss Maggie Lewis, Miss Sue Jenkins, Mrs. S. T. Railey. CSOOCLs we have greatly reduced in price. Jacob Brown, Janitor. The school will begin on the first Monday in September. We have all kinds of The first and second grades will be Is the most virulent form of Less speedily fatal, but not less certaught in the Odd Fellows Temple. The third and fourth grades will be tainly so, Is the vitiation of the blood of which thu first symptoms ore Pimples, taught in the Sower Building. No 309 Sties, Boils, and Cutaneous ErupMam Street. tions. When the taint of Scrofula gives ancl eigth The fifth, sixth, seventh warnlngof Its presence by such indications, no time should be lost In using Ayku's grades will be taught in the Strow-bddg- e Porks of ElkUiorn. Sarsapahilla. the only perfect and reliBuilding, No M Main street. able Suitable for the warm weather. Miss Emma Stedman is visiting The tenth grade will be taught in blood.medicine for the purification of tho School Building, No village. the old High friends in our Second street, South Frankfort. SCROFULA Mrs. J. V. Crane and two daughters have been quite sick with chills. Is n foul corruption in tho blood that rots oufr nil tho machinery of life. Nothing Miss Annie South, of Frankfort, is Louisville Tobacco Market. will eradicate it from tho system ami visiting Miss Jennie Featherston. its transmission to otlspring but FUBNIHHED BY OLOVEU & DUKBETT, PBO- Ayeu's Sahsapauilla. This preparaSunday-schoFBTETOB8 I.OUIHV1LLE TOBACCO WABE- every Sunday aftertion is also tho only ono that will cleanse IIOUS3. noon at Stedman's Hall, three o'elocl . tho blood of Mercurial poison and tho taint of Contagious Diseases. Impoverhomo Miss Cliflio Thompson returned Tho sales for the week amount to 2,775 ished blood is productive of last Tuesday from a visit to friends in hhds. with receipts of 2,350 hhds for tbo -Lus-chetilY-llllVHlVice-Presidents, following resolution: Jiesolved, That Houa Alvin Duvall, Hiram Berry, Jno. L. Scott, E. J I. Taylor, Jr., Thos Rodman, Sr., W. H. Waggoner, E. L. Samuel, Wm. J. Chinn, L. Tobin, be appointed a committee to report permanent officers of Frankfort Centennial Association, with a programme therefor, and the proper and necessary standing committees to carry the same into execution; said committee will report its actions tom uu ourutfu sfssiuii vi una minimi; iuva" seven Monday everi held at half-paM ing, the 23cl mst., at the Court-housUpon motion oi uoi. J. w. rare, Judge Lindsay was added to the comst e. g of the citizens of At a on Frankfort, held at the Court-hous- e the 20th inst., for .the purpose of considering matters pertaining to the centennial to be celebrated in October next, on motion of Gen. D. W. Lind-seJudge Lysander Hon! was cal'ed to the chair, and Judge vv. n. aneeci, on motion of E. P. Moore, was made mailed free. Secretary. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, After some remarks by Col. John L. Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d Lindsay offered the St. Scott, Judge Wm y, STKBET, 225 -- BARGAINS! BARGAINS! AT- U Notes. ' The Woman's Christian Temper ance Union will meet in the chapel of the Liiristian Church Wednesday at five o'clock p. m. There is business of importah'e to be transacted, and every member is requested to attend. The Sixth Annual Convention of the Kentucky Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet in Lancaster September 22d. W. C. T. R. K. M'CLURE'S! -- Call and see our- - REMNANT TABLE -- Committee Meeting:. The Centennial Committee of invitation, composed of the following per sons, will meet at the law office of John L. Scott this evening at three o'clock to organize for business: E. 11. Taylor, jr., Alvin Duvall, Fayette Hewitt, W. Ii. Averiil, Ira Julian, John V. Rodman, Chas. E. Hoge, Judge Wm. Lindsay Jno. L. Scott, Cli'm. shoes: OF- m .' YOUR PICK FOR $1.50. STRAW HATS AT COST U y"" R. K. McCLURE. Colored. .P HOT WEATHER GOODS Msi S'traw m '388 iJt tax-pay- er PYEMIA blood-poisonin- g. UNDERWEAR, Oorjae -- m :m vva g m vi M pre-ve- ut ol Hudson, and See Humphries TTs. "A 's & Cassell. his parents, at Stedmanvillo. snme time. The sales for the yeur to date amount to 1)0,821 hhds. The market has boon lower this week on all grades of hurley, the decline on the bettor grades being fully as much as $1.00 per hundred, while 50 cents per hundred about represents the decline on low grades. The stocks of burley are grad ually increasing. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley. $U.OO to $4.00 Dark Trash 4.J0 to 0.50 Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.C0 fl.00 to 7.00 Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory.. . 6.00 to 7.G0 l).00 7.00 to Good Leaf 0.00 to 14.00 Fino Loaf Select Wroppery TobRooo.. 14.00 to 20.00 ANEMIA, Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shattered Nerves, and Melancholy. Its first symptoms arc Weakness, Languor, toss of Nerve Force, and Mental Dejection. Its course, unchecked, leads Inevitably to insanity or death. Women frequently sutler from It. The only medicine that, whilo purifying the blood, enriches it with new vitality, uud Invigorates the wholo system, is A wretched condition Indicated by Pallid CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gv MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Grutcher & Storks' White Hall Clothing House 8 Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PKKPAHKD HY FRANKFORT, 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. $rQr4l Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. ffl Sold by all Druggists: Price $1: Six bottles for $5. it- - ? . V -- V v1'- M Cf' Bl&V- -- . . 'Vr ; ':.;... ' " ' ; V'.y'i; '. V - '"'."'' ''''' ':'u. i V,-'-l, , 'Ji'i ' ' - 'Ssjw-' : ' $ ?& . ., . VW WWTOiWVW' 820,000 BOUGHT AT THE- - FRANKFORT Entered at the pov.-ofli- ROUNDABOUT. at Brnnklnrt, Kentucky Personal. on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Berry are out in the far west. Miss Lillie B. Clioate is visiting friends in Salvlsa. Miss Maggie J. Sheafter is visiting friends in Louisville. Col. Jug. W. Tate went down to ee asH'jcond clans mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, 3Ed.lt. e axid. 3Pna.TcliB3a.er. FRANKFORT, AUGUST 28, 1880. L. Tobin is at home, quite ill. Mr. William Craik was in Louisville Mr. 820,000 CLOTHIITC? STQOZ:! & v Rumor hns it that there Is to be another wedding soon. The groom is an employee of Uncle Sam, the fair bride is the leading saleslady in a St. Louisville Tuesday morning. Clair street dry good store. Mr. Adam K. Stephens if very ill at his home in South Frankfort The Annual Conference of the M. E. Col. Ike Wingate, of Woodlake, was Church, South, meets in Winchester in Louisville on Tuesday last. on September 7th. The ofilcers of the Mr. and Mrs. V. Berberich will reMetholist Church in this city, at their turn from Hot Springs last meting,requetecl the return of the Councilman John L. Tobin was in Rev. Mr. Kelley to this charge, which Louisville on business this week. ' he has served .so acceptably for the past Hon., Jno. M. Atherton, of Louistwo years. He has not only endeared ville, was in the city on Monday. himself to his ow'n members, but is held Mr. E. B. Weitzel returned Saturin the highest esteem bv the entile day from a visit to New York City. company, and our people, without reMr, John Selbert left Wednesday, gard to sect or creed, join in the prayer for Evansville, Ind., to visit friends. fiir his return to this charge. Miss May Bagby and Rev. H. A. Bagby left Monday night for Virginto-da- y. Great Auction Sale! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim & m Bauer, at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S be marked at the COST! and-will These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, Go and Register and Fill Register. LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy . -- ia. jVl r ik. last week from a month's sojourn on the Pacific slope. Mrs. Maria Haner and Mrs. Sheffer 'WMl Richardson left Thursday to visit rela.; tives in Lagrange. , Miss Henrietta Major, of Louisville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Nora Hole-mam in this city. i Miss Kate Sanders returned Satur- ? day morning from a short visit to friends in Lexington. tV I FOB, Messrs John andMcKenzie Todd and Linton Tanner attended the Shelby-villoFa- ir this week. LYING ON OF 60 OR A SMALL FARM Frankfort 60 ACRES. and county, tbe old Leentown pike. In Woodford Mr. A. C. Hunter, jr., spent Satur- seven miles from and four a half DEALERS IN mllcH from Midway, Is at bargain. day and Sunday in th's city as the The Improvements areottered for saleand aall necesconifoituble, guest of Will A. Lew's. sary good. Tbe place Is Bplendldly wawell timbered. For terms addross or call Miss Maud Wayts returned home tered and ou HARRY CRUTCHER. from a two weeks' visit to friends in July Duckers, Woodford Co. Shelbyville and Lagrange. Col. D. L. Sublett and wife returned T7. Monday from a month's vacation in Virginia, on Friday night. Mr. Virgil Hewitt left Saturday AGENTS FOR PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF morniug for a two weeks' visit to his Carroll. Gallatin, Boone, Owen and Franklin. old home, at Elizabethtown. Grint counties, In the Court of Appeals, and in the Fe er:il Court. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis returned Tuesday evening from a. visit to relatives in Missouri and Illinois. REAPERS & MOWERS- Major W. Bradley and wife have rePOPULAR TRIP These machines are unexcelled for ; turned from a protracted visit to the ROUND now on TICKETS TO THIS return Oct. wile at S4.60, good to eastern cities and the seashore. lllst either via Lexington or Louisville. Baggage simplicity, durability and lightness;, TOM NEWMAN, Cashier. checked through. Misses Maggie and Agnes Griffin .July of draft. A full line of repair's in went to Cincinnati Saturday to visit Franklin Association. stock. Call and examine our .stock, their sister, Mrs. Jno. B. Campbell. annual session The seyenty-secon- d before buying elsewhere. Miss Lottie Stanton returned MonTHE of the Franklin Association of,Baptists day from a visit of two weeks to Old met with the church at Frankfort on Point Comfort, Washington and New Senii-AiinuSession of this school August. Was organized York. the WILL COMMENCE by electing Mr. Thos. Rodman ModMiss Mary Love Minor, a charming erator and Dr. U. V. Williams Clerk and beautiful young ludy, of Virginia, Has just recived his large Iips been visiting UXBi: and Joseph B. Lewis Assistant Clerk. at Woodlake, thisfriends and relatives TERMS FROM county. The introductory sermon was preachMr. and Mrs. H. D. Fitch, of Loute-villc- y 8SO TO 37 PKR HKSSION, ed by Dr. R. M. Dudley, who gave a who have been visiting the famOF T. M. TURNER, Principal. resume of Baptist history in this coun- ily of Mr. J. B. Lindsey, relumed to July try for a hundred years. Was an ex- their home, on Monday morning. Stoves, Grates & Mantels, haustive and eloquent address and Mr. Alois Fuhs, of the Jinn of S. FARM FOR SALE! contained historic facts not usually Fuhs & Bro., accompanied by Mrs. Call and examine the touched upon in such discourses. The George Salender and Mrs. P. A. Fuhs, A GODD FARM OF 250 ACRES. LYINO ON THE left Sunday evening for a visit to t Frinkfort & Owenton turnpike, seven miles. SOUTHERN QUEEN business of the Association was in- Frenjch from Frunkfort and three miles from Peak's Mill: Lick Springs, Ind. is ottered for sale ut a bargain. It Is a good stock and throughout was such as structive grass, farm, nearly all of Mrs. C. E. Wirgman and children, of watered. There Is a It being Indwelling and Is well very good Wrought Steel Range, house, and to keep up the enthusiasm and interest or four tenant houses. Will be sold as a whole Louisville, who have, been visiting her The new Library Lamps, now Gas Fixtures, delegation and visitors, sister, Mrs. S. R. Smith, in this city three luls to suit purchasers. or terms address or or In of the entire W. (iulnes. at tbe Sheriff's otllce. or the famous which was an attendance so large as to for several weeks, returned home Mon- cull on J. JAMES B. GAINES, Frankfort, Ky, Aug. 2Mm. fill the house to its utmost seating ca- -. day. WBITS Opacity. The aisles were filled with BORN. JAS. A. VI0LETT, chairs, and still others failed to gain And to many othor useful articles too nn . city, on 1. 1ESC. to Mr. Aviost In this admittance. met on h to mention, oil at the O'Donnell and wife, u daughter. James The communications from the On Sunday. Avtust 22. 16S6. to the w fe of Alex. LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. n son L noon Thoims we'jht 14. churches showed an increase of SzniiuiBkl, pou ads. ' FRANKFORT, KY., indeed a revival in every one. PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN interest prethe Sunday-schoWhile Of nil kinds solicited in roofing, gutterisg. Franklin and ad lucent counties. OFFICE-- Cd MARRIED, stairs, over Judge P. v. Major's olllce. gus lltting and plumbing. sented a large increase over all former , x Aug. by J'l FranVfort, Wednesday, August years. Fifteen churches form the Asso- Rev. (Jeorge Darsle, Mr. Cii:les W. 2Jth, IE"!,and v HliA'h' Give me a call, counMiss Ella ciation, all but. two located in Frauklin ty, Kentucbr.D Rouekb, u'lof Tioga, Fran'-llchurches in (his counJ". T1- V. county ,while four membership in another ty .hold their AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL TO THE PUBLIC. C. Association. Summed up 15 Sunday- SPEOIALJTOTICE. church-house8 misschools in the Insurance Agent, exe-cul- e General sion schools; over 1,300 children taught HAVING PDflCHASKD THE STOCK OF GROC1 Mr. J. K. Kent, corner Second and She H aviso Made of amunoements to till kinds in Baptist schools in the county every by ntreetH, South Frankfort, I propose to keep a nice Office on Muln 8t, Opposite Fanners Bank. Sunday. While the four churches not stock ot JOB PRINTING AND BINDING REPRESENTING reported have fine schools with over GROCERIES, AUG. 81st, SEP. 1, 2, 3, and 4. . -- AT T1I- ECANNED GOODS, IS Leading American and four hundred in attendance. Raised f oriign Companies, COUNTRY PRODUCE, Comp- Uti d open to the world free. Sec33a&xi Office Sia.lld.laag-- , Hofne, $104.00; raised dufor Orphans' WITH OVKK- first iIhkb the underdsned lAinMf fully tollelt a Hhare of vour ring the past year for home and other and In fact everything kept In athe ieoiile of(Jrocei Frank-foStore. I Invite the attention ot TWO RACES BACH DAY. rutronage, We uid i to execute, upon uliott $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. imrtlcularly the and hundred dollars and people ofFranklin county, and more find my location missions, over six notice South Frankfort, who will Special trains on nil roade ut reduced rates. TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON PARS! PBOP- -l erty. at lowest niteH. A?ent Anchor Line, of BLANK B00K.rfl!F,tt pledges made for tlie ensuing year quite u convenience, and I hope by cloie attention to Firwt Day Shorthorn verses Hereford' .AtfJIJ L K1 CEd A NO BILL HEADS, ana jair ueui"i to receive a portion oi me nusnieas .fflW UommyvoMin,, rfflffifr-iKSlS..amounting to over eight hundred dol- - public i psitn Jingo. day, and will bo Floral Hall open tlm - ..v.o'i'ii . ii? .W nui.i nil ' --, : una BUcn omcr wore iw ih usiwuy uone m any nrnt- -- Li Hoousueiivereuprompuyinnnypttrioiineciiy. iJL a feature of the J?'alr, C OPC'tl TAS class establlnhnient.. We prono.se to execute work ' fMOBt1 ;'" The s?ssion just "';" wi the (Jive me a call and be convinced. tVilr IlOJUJy CXC- -" ' Mh Very Respectfully, W ut as close llgures can bo nmdo by any otllce In HOrK MA JOE PrPi JOHNSTON, Pres't, jaHMmost, ftiltliusinstie and eiHcIenl 'ever JOHN L JONES, y' THOS. i. MAET1N, Sec aus23-'Jtd. South Frankfort, Ky. S?u HfhelUiby that body. 1M tanner & williams. ClltC(l at tlllH Office. , ., All citizens and persons who expect to attend the Centennial had better go fo John L. Scott's office and register their names, families and business In.the Centennial Register, as the rush from that time until the Gth of October will likely be so great that there may be difficulty in making the registration of all our citizens State, county and city officers, heads of departments courts, churches, schools, and all societies now engaged in preparing statistics showing their origin, growth and present status, would do well to have all their reports filed by that time so that notes of each can be properly entered in the register. These re ports ehould be plain statements of facts, signed by the officers or persons making them, and so shaped that the future historian and biographer can be benefited by the facts and give due credit to the officer or person to whom he is indebted for them. This register and its accompanying reports and of statistics will make a store-hous- e does information, the like of which not exist, in the South. Let us make this a grand and entirely new feature of the Centennial. Write your reports in clear style and place them in large envelopes properly endorsed, so that there will be no trouble in seeing at a glance what eacli report is about and who made it been ill for the past four weeks, is convalescent. Prof. J. O. Matter's wife, who has ',.!" :.. -VCM Dr. Clias. Kearns and daughters, of Covington, visited Dr. W. H. Averill this week. Col. $& 1 J. Stoddard Johnston returned CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. ' .mm m$ CJMTJTCHER & rABM out-hous- n, STARES. " ;;$ SALE MASTIN BROS. Harness? Saddles, Sfc. McCormick i. F. MAJOR, Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Binders, 31Jy-t- f. Crab Orchard Springs t, Dudley Institute TWENTY-FIRS- T al 24-23-- 26 J. T. BUCKLEY SPRING STOCK 21-2- .. MOD HI, Thv-ndav- Attorney at law, 14-t- f. mem-'bershi- p, ol TfrHmBf BlV JOB WORK n 7. BUOKLEY. HUGHES, s; '' Xjezsizigrtozi, - Ky. it pt.-pa- tc jrt - .... - ?" a-- j IK i - i ' ' - ' -- , ' ' " ' i ' " ' r' ' :iW , T'Sl "( U t it ' FRANKFORT - ROUNDABOUT, 28, 188(1. , FRANKFORT. AUGUST Rov II. II. Knvannugh will preach .at Antioch Sunday, September 5, at 11 if KVt 1 irS?' IiTF. (,u, I'HIVK II III. Dr. V. lnfflff.V I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, h to-da- y, and will Hotel lWV)f at the Caitltal. ..ti 4i .. r awk .i .t.. w sue un iiiisu iieeuiug Jitnxuu- ii... i.i . .... UBgmu i'." ; tM?. fessional services. Grace Morris nnd burgo ivMW Thostenmor $$ MK il - brought down tlto river on Jbrlday eVening 1,005 sacks of wheat, biwidea a rpiii rM"'. ""ootiw"""v j;" """"y lfi A h tf Mr. W. M. Bristow has placed us 'i ." - cler obligations for u mess of the finest xmx s'wee.t potatoes of the season. Fjour of Vf .'.', f hem wveiirhed 7V nounds. They are of h red bermuda variety. "vuthe . l; "V ?? .P L5C-- iilnrni nf flw nh ftiinri.-iinniil Innr at 7 oclock wiw occasioned b.V the bakery of the Capital Hotel catching fere. It was peeljly exnngulwica nua cWitli but little rimmi"?. r. un- - ' t ?S ' ' . Wh nrfl niiKili iriMtHin:! rn lr.irn that M.r. Grant Green, sr., who is at the Vnn Spring", in Virginia, is im proving, and hopes are entertained now lor ner complete recovery. . iur. :i. iinscow, seeing our no ilce of the. large sunflower, brought is "T & 1 by'Mr. J. It. Williamson, rouffht us lletter, 1ffiM one that goes right smartly circum3V. .ivrf forty-eiginches in being HAi i ?3itf ference. Next. ltM And still they coin1. Mr. Lewis ISanford has sent to our office another mammoth r.unfIower. It is just the fir nine size in circumference with the I" one sent by Mr. Bristow, but is a little r 9L larger through the back. ht .' Deputy Collector Sam'l Dlaekburn Have prescribed Tongalineiiihfjverai reports $3,y2U.l() as the Internal Rove-nu- u cases of chronic rheumatism, and have not been disappointed in its curative collections for the past week. effects. Oh A nice crowd of excursionists went E. Benkendorf, M. D , St. Louis, Mo. up to Clifton on the Grace Morris and Fou Salk oh IIknt. My residence her palnce barge, Wednesday, and in South Frankfort. I have it too for sale Home very desirable building loto tlion mghly enjoyed themselves. at low prices and reasonable terms. Rev, Win. L. McEwun, of WllmiiiK - ' AVP!f't0 Mrs. Col. Joitctt or Rich. Aug. 28, 'd0-2- t. uy")r ton, )oiovnre, to visiting relative in this city, and will conduct the services Remember that Jolin Driscoll's. St. at the First Presbyterian Church at 11 Clair street, Is the place you should o'clock visit if you wish to buy pure, old Anderson county whiskies, reCommitteo on Decoration are quested to meet at Council Chamber tf on business of very great importance, Do you wMi a beautiful complexion'.' Then use Ayer's Sarsapanlla. Monday afternoon at o'clock. It cleanses and puriflc the blood, nnd R. Fkkousdn, thereby removes blotches and pimpleChairman. , mnoH, from the skin, in'',,,,ir ' clear, and giving it a bright and healthy An experienced wishe appearance. to write up, pjst or balance books at night. Parties desiring the service of For wire door and wlndor screens same will address P. O. Box '375, call on Joe Bohannan, shop on Lewis street, near Main. Prices range from 2t. Frankfort, Ky. 10 to 20 cents per square foot window cost from 90 cents to $2 00, according to Special trains will be run between t. this city nnd Lexington during the size. Fair, which begins on Tuesday next For Rent. The store to the right an I continues live days. The train of the main entrance of Odd Fellows' will leave this city at 7 o'clock in the morning, nnd returning leave Lexin- - Temple, with small room up stairs ton at G o'clock in the evening, Fovo Possession given September 1st. Apply to E. A. Fellmeii. for the round trip $1.15 i first-clas- s, 53 book-keeper " leaU to riiPtinioiilii.''nnitmptlnn e. cougTi Taier! .. neglected coal oror other may lii'xtiliiiiRfiirUyflpPiisla.lii diKtistlon, slcklicudnclio us tliousaudd testify, . man Btrons'e Pectoral Pilli '.Icuma nynmulu. fatal R. ROGERS, -- DEALEll IN- - to your interest. tf Have given Touguline a thorough C. trial in seven cases of neuralgia. Secured relief in from one to four hours. W. A. Joiixston", M. D., Raleigh, Ind. Coraic6 Poles and Window Fixtures If you wish to get your money's worth of anything for sale in a grocery A SPECIALTY. store, go and spend your money with John Drlscoll. John is a square deal FRANKFORT, KY er from way back. tf 227 MAIN STREET, M rs. Green's school will at All ythe latest style furniture constantly In stock. y Mr. her residence, Monday, Sept. 6. If you are going to purchase glass ware, queensware, or anything in that) line, go to see John Drlscoll, St. Clair street, before you buy. He'll make it HUE COFFINS, w. C. yH ;j "hi lS , re-op- td L. F. COJtPTOK. Mackmn. Something New. Burmese ware in plush nnd peach blow finish for painting at 3t PllllilP Selbeut's. COMPTON & AIACKL1K, -- PR0PR1ET0K9 ELEH0R2T ROLLER MILLS; HAVE THE 45-4- ITLL When Bby sick, v ro her Castor!, When hft itm a Child, she cried for Castoria, When sho became Miss, she citing to Castoria, When she had Children, she gare them Castoria, ni Roller Svstem, -- AND MANCFACTLfl- E- Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the world. Office 55-t- f. -- d?l $kts RV-r J Mr. V, Berberich, who has been absent from the city for three weeks, Will roturn und will be ready fof business early Monday morning. His many customers will take due "notice and govern themselves accord to-da- y, IfAi . a?q n- .i r. - n t ingly. The Public School, in South Frankfort, Mr. Mike Buckley, contractor, and .Mr. B. B. Jcffcrs, superintendent, is being pushed toward completion. The hope being to complete the building this fall, they have a full force at work. The Committee of Arrangements of the. Sunday-schoConvention desire to thank Messrs. 1. II. Baldwin & Co., for tiie use of their elesrant Estov Or- ...i ..ii i.. v. w kh. loiuieu iuy tr im m. oimer, t f ntrprir nr thta iilnnn.i - tho iippi4inn f" the late ,Convention. S. (J. Bum, Ch'm Com. Ar. ol . WS- - -- 1 !Zi b' ' i- -l 5? tr m 9 ' I jij. - tj-- ---; '- 5sJ A Wtftisi M& FSS'r t'& lh T " Messrs. Richardson and Hawkins haye just sent thu Roondajiout boys the lurgest watermelon of the season. It weighed forty-fiv- e and ii half pound and is of the black Italian variety. It was'grown on the land of M- -. Na ' . Richardson, and they have ten acres of them that they are daily ref,nljng to our citizens. Mr. Darsie occupies h's pulpit at the morning Christian Church at 11 o'clock. There will be no night service, us Mr, Darsie goes to Grafene-bur- g to begin a protracted meeting night. The meeting will continue a couple of weeks, but Xv. Darsie will fill his home pulpit each contit-uance, :. B &s w v"1" ' tv.. mi ;r . Harris has Irft for New York Cottaok? and Sale. rity to buy a. full stock of dry goo(', Apply to Di-s- . i'or RentSon, 317 Main Gober & fancy goods, notions, millinery, et'. street. She will meet Mme. Wollerman, my Wonderful Cures. head milliner, there where they will senoveltlrj that can bj W. D. Hoyt & Co.. Wholesale and lect all tho laust found In the eastern markers. It will Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: V have been selling Dr. King's New be to your internet to wait for her Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buck-e.i- 's Sol Hakuis. Arnica Salve for two years. Usive never handled remedies that On Tuesday night Mr. Win. Egbert, sell s well, or, give such universal There have been some son of Mr. ,Cluis. T. Egbert, of this satisfaction. city, was shot and dangerously wound- wonderful cures effected by thee c medicines in ed by some unknown person, nen" of pronounced tins city, several ei-- n Consumption have be Texnrkumi, Texas, while acting us j entirely cured by ube of a few bottles nightwatchman in a luiidicr ynrd. ofDr King's New Discovery, taken Electric ni: fiilirti mirl iTinUmi nft tlilc o!If rn in connection with tlhvays' Bitter,-- . Sold Wednesday for that place tote wIOi 05JgJ2Jhem him. y For Rent. A brickhouse of six rooms, located on Ann street Last fall Messrs. J. E. Miles A Son Apply at Crutcher & Starks. introduced the Mediterranean Hybred, a new variety of red wheat, in this und Messrs. Richard Fogg and If you wisii fresh, nice, and cheap M. D. Averill, of tins county, were groceries, John Driscoll's is the place among the number of farmers who to go, St. Clair street, Mrs Kahr's old tf procured seed from them. On Tue stand. day Mr. Fogg took the first premium Good, well cured bacon, lard, iSc, nt the wheat show of Commissioner for sale by John Drlscoll. tf John F. Davis, on a sample raised by If you want n good juicy steak, Sweet him, an'l on the same day Mr. Averi" bacon or lard go thresaed out his crop, the yield being hams,store. No 223 Main to Mackoppostreet, 41 bushels to the acre. It seems that site Dr. Duvall's residence. fH-- . !'. this variety is especially adaptr 1 to Keynote to Health. this locality. m Health is wealth. Wealth means On Saturday night Fnuik Egbert independence. The Keynote is Dr. had a difficulty with a young colore! Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best "Cough Syrup in tho world man by the name of Jake Dudley, in Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the which Dudley was seriously stubbed Chest, Bronchitis and prima y Conseveral times. Officers George and i?' sumption. One dose, gives relief in every no Price F. Smith attempted to arrest Egbert f0 cents case. $1 Take Sold other.ughes & by H and .00. a pistol and defied them, Chiles. but he drew 1 and ht's since eluded arrest. The two o ficers have been dism'ssed by the Do you want to buy clean nnd fresh City Council. Officer P F Smith fsl- - canned goods? Well, then, John Drlsthe public to suspend their judvnent coll is the man you are looking for. in the case until next week, when he Hohasthom. St. Clair street. tf will publish a card explaining his acIf 'out of sorts' wim headache, side, contion, which he brought in too Into fo" tllsordor, torpid liver, palp In back or stomach stipation, etc nfk'Icct nisiv bo Intnl. One dose tills Issue. Mrs. Sol ie-tur- n. nnd wareroom on Bronihvay, opposite Cap-lt- ol Square Jan.2 lSSMv. Buoklen's Arnioa Salve in the world for Cuts, Bluish, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and nil Skin E'l'Oi "ons, and positively cures Piles, () oo pay required. It is guaranteed io ',ive perfect satisfaction, or money ciuuded. Price 2o cents pen box. r or sale by Joe LeCompte. of Mrs. Jouc.i. in South lvuokfort. Lock box 113, luankfort, Kv. The Best Salve MONEY SAVED -- BY GOING TO SEE- - L JUGS)) For Sale or Rent. 'ITe lesidence Ti n pa House For Rent A eomfortabl house of five rooms for rent. Main Street. Apply to J. W. Pruett, Branch 2t. Bank of Kentucky. Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. ,m w CTniJaKllkliyj?iasl;TaTs)wAVW two-stor- 4(i-t- f. 4aaMsiw;ftife.lgHVsIgJird;isi .flt A ' H to , S;d-yer- 's Children FOR PITCHER'S ' V. Jan. BERBERICH! a. V . THE PUBLIC IS HKREBY NOTIFIEP bought from Mrs. Addle Onrrt'tt In the NOTICE! of E. Whltebldes, deceased, his entire Interest THAT iidm ''"J -- I . & nls-tratr- lx ', iLM Furniture and Undertaking BUSINESS. And lime sold one-ha- lf fasloria Centaur Liniment is the most tho wonderful Puiu-Curworld, has ever known. er Interest In my business to W. S. DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be j STATEN & DEHONEY, T of mx.v swi's r 1 . . s, 1 V m lr u -- -. fSM k7ZUr.. S-A.X. The best medical authorities acknowledge the value of Ayer's C.ithui f Sunday morning during IN Louisville steam bread and rolls at pOTTAC.E, WITH GARDEN ATTACHED, IN tc Pills, and frequently prescribe their Kleber's. 8t. WM. CROMWELL ruim, un reusuiiiiuie terms. Aimlv fn Auk. IUDOE REUBEN BROWN. use with the utmost confidence, as t.e CapL John II. Puttie, who attended nost effeclt"il remedy for diswM'. t Ouro for Piles. Attorney-at-Law- , airced by NEW PLANING MILL. the reunion of the "Orphan Brigade,1 liver, ami deianucments of thestomac'i. Piles are frequently preceded by a bowtls. AND of which ho wat a member, inCyntb'-t- i seneof weight in the back, loins and m of Ihe abdomen, causing lower uu, returned home on Thursday, itti l'uIton Hall opens wKIi a the pal nart 1o suppose has sone ehec-- i tent together with .lorry Spalding and JotFirst Class Show. 'on oft he kidneys or neighboring orPRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Cole, will go over the ground and gans. At t'lnes, symptoms of iudigrs-tUi- n Any. 14. )aily Neio-AVUavingreoently addod to his Establishment Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and the scenes from 1801 to JS(;"J, r.t uneu-iu- e will uUo give special attention to thepurebngp are present, opening of Fulton Hall for the oft lie stomach, flatulency, The ect Amoisiiue, like and tale of real estate, collection of rents, their experience meetings, which are season took place hst niirht, when First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, oluiuis, and the negotiation ol loans. Office pernpiralion, producing a very hald nightly. at the 5toro of Mr. C. V. Vi'son and Rankin's ruinous minsticN getting warm, opposite Ouurt. House. itching, after June Lang, in South Frankfort. They arc lppeared to a house tint was far Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of common attendant. Blind, Bleedwith the excellence of the is a and Itching Piles yield at once to nil loud in their praisa of the hospital- ntertainment. Tho bill was one oT ing amplication of Dr. Jtoaunko's ity of the good people of Cyntblana. tho liest ever offered by a minstrel tho R?inedy,which acts directly upo'i Sash, Doors, Bliads, Frames, Molding Pile company to a audience, hut thepaite effected, absorbing tho Pai-ack- . The the oppressive heat deterred :i groat A QUICK. FERMANHK3CERTAIN Hull Aluamiira CURE FOR allaying tho intense itching, ALSO principal feature in tills week's pro- uany from going who would oiher- - effecting permanent cure. Priceand IiMtorFailing MsCUood. Nervouaaw f0 a WeslotMo, Iaok of Strcastk gramme at this place of amusement visc have nepu there. The Poiim;i cents. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin Vigor or DTlopiaet, Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko extraordinary performance of the Brothers aud tho Pavanehus are won-dei- s, Bbylnd5pNtlons.zoMSM.fto Bsnsfltstaa Sold by iNW'dlcine Co., l'lqua, O. Oar tuall wlthla a month. No OmpUoi 'i Qotten out in the Best Style. Pavunelas, "The Paviors of Par's." and the applauso thev elicited Hughes & Chiles. porQukry. fotltt? Proofs, full Jotoriptloa sad ! snTslopo. trie, Their entertainment is certainly most wasjas generous as it deserver.. Geoi-g&SftS4SR laJeJ?l9u J3rsw.r 17sT BriTslo. N.T. Mayl5.tf. MEDICAL CO., P.O. original, for they contrive to produc , Wilson bos lost none of his powers for "nnd that of the most ple.isiug kinu, making people laugh, and ho repeat"'iVom some of the apparently most un edly ''brought down tho house " All Is Tbe Best Efift ra isical of articles. Paving stones in till, we have never aen a belter are not Waterproo Goat ja miners and chisels sounds, bariihiialJ minstrel and variety entertainment in TUB 1UU0K COTTAGE NO Oi VAIN SI1FKT, dsspciated with sweet under this city, and if the company should 1 ilti'im four rooms, mill till r uimlo coiiven. SH fiMtfP KYBP Mad6. tho manipulation of the Pavanelasthe.v return in cool weather we feel safe in ir - This propeily Ih now i bv Mrs. Kute Nona ctnulna nnlwt MaUoiuy. nnd pO'SMsloiicmiuotbe jjlveii until the Don't waste yourmoner on a (mm or rntber coat. Tho FISII nlUND fiUCKnr instyntly liwome harmonious.-- saying they will bo greeted with a 15.U o.' nc.t Apill. me SNuuiid uuuMARK, above Is absolutoiywa(Bnilvfii;lrBoor, and will keep you dry la tlio hanlest storm ' TRAPS Aklort!ie,'KIsU BKAN'D" slicsir ami tako no other, if yourrtorekecporiloef Eng.) VaUi Mm. crowded house. lor ' rnis of side applyO.to BEN. MAltSIIALL. ' cnil fnrlff rlptlvecntslni'iie to A J. TtWKR.gH Plinmn'uSt. Hotn'i. Mn Inot h ive ino "run hkawd or h. . Opera House September 1st. Opera House September 1st, mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmimHmsmmammmiKmmKKr oc-ii- Alow doses reatoio to new health and vigor. btron'a Sanativo Fills will Rive reliet n And the business will be continued nt the old stand of WhlteslUes & Stnten, No. 21S St. CUilr street. MayH-t- f JAS. Y. STATEN. FOE - Heal Estato Agent, J.M. WAKEFIELD m i u diti-gieeab- le com-nensurn- te J55-- ly m A Tu-mo- 's MEN ILY m ti '41 M Bj is-th- e Ni 1 or.-up- i SLICKER .S3 mx v- - . - - '.;i ' fC" - i'j'- - "' y '- - i ' rij 2 Etf ' V W. vi' r. KV M ' ' FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Ridge, while he was saving the wretch at 11 a. in. September 4th and 5th. from a drunkard's grave. Mr. John Ed Graves and bride and Prof Parrent, of Bridgeport, is said Mr. C. II. Crockett and Miss Kate Harp. lo be the most progressive educator in Jenkins attended the Shelbyville Fair Franklin. His excellent method of yesterday. y Miss Sue Read leaves for Kenton county, where she will remain several months visiting her sister, Mrs. to-da- Vif lr, sv More rain. training is abreast with the times. Cutting tobacco next. Mr. Thomas Wilborn is reaping a McQuillin is improving rich liar vest in Ills new store and Post-ollic- e Mr. Wesley at Scrabble. Tom and his excelnftor weeks of severe illness. lent family will do well anywhere. Messrs. John and Anion Gilbert, of A live teacher of vocal music can Mt. Zion, Ind , are visiting In tins secobtain a liberal compensation by aption plying to Major Tracy, at the MoorPoor old Rusty Cuss traded his bone land institute. He must be a fair mill for a dry good store, sold out and bU'bO. is now located at the foot of Brawner's A Union soldier is here from the hill collecting dimes for the Turnpike South, with a frightful slash in his Company. neck, which lie received while interPublic school will begin in our dis- rupting the Hon. Jeff. Davis in a retrict on the first Monday in Septem- cent political speech. ber, under the management of Mr. A, subscription of $o,000 is proposed Jasper Daulton, an old experienced to be subscribed and placed on depost and well liked teacher. by end to aid The Democrats of Bald Knob are in the farmers of the west her former restoring Franklin to talking strongly about nominating Mr. sensed, like her neighbors, Henry and Jasper Daulton as a candidate for some Own. office in the near future. They say a Miss Carrie Tharo, the accomplished man that will vote for the Democratic nominee instead of a Republican is a organist, eclipsed ml the belles of fashgood solid Democrat, and they are the ion at the evangelical union. She wore a costly silk dress bedecked with fine kind we have been hunting for. Harp is increasing fast as Mr. ITor- - gold and diamonds. Carrie took charge of the soprano. aco Harrod is putting up a first-clagrist mill, to which he is going to Dr. Robinson has opened a handattach a saw, and Mr. C. R. Brawner some drug store in his line building at is running a first-clahuckster wagon, New Bald Knob. Mr. M. S. Urban, and also Messrs. Hugh Burns and Da- a graduate in pharmacy, takes charge vid Dal ton have started a stage line of the drug department. This popuand will make two trips per week. lar physician has an extensive practice. Round trip tickets fifty cents. All inAny worthy brother or sister, memtermediate points at reduced prices. bers of the Franklin County Teachers' Association, desiring to obtain a situaJett. tion as toucher in a public school in Miss Mnnd South is visiting relatives here this or adjacent counties will please address the Secretary, Maj. Tracy, at this week. Tioga. A good number went to the barbecue from A stranger, while passing through this place lnsfc Tuesday. Stringtown yesterday, called at a cabin Elder J. R. Mngin, of Versailles, will to inquire his way to Hatton. The inpreach at Grassy Springs Sunday, August mate grabbed a sliot-gu-n and ordered i!2d. him to throw up his hands. "Hah, ss ss Julia Miller. Mr Willis Easley, while assisting in moving Mr. Ben Morrison's thresher from Mr George Sudduth's, had one of ins legs severely masneu. Mrs. Belle Mahin, Mrs. Addie Morris and Miss Rosa Crockett, all of Jessamine county, attended the Graves-Crock- ett marriage last Wednesday. Married August 25, 1886, at the Franklin Church, by Rev. G. C. Kel-leMr John Ed Graves and Mis3 Samuella Crockett. May heaven's richest blessings ever attend them. y, Though painful and wearing almost beyond "Had a ease of Inflaaamatorr Rhenmattan of endurance, Is not an incurable disease if treat, nearly all the, lane Joints.. Oare TONOAUwe, and soj pat'entls out and doing well." ed in time. Perhaps no other disease has bo y baffled the efforts of science and medlclno as W. W. BJLXTxm, M. ., Hanswn, QL this, but at last a remedy has been discovered in "In mj opinion Tonoimn mperoedas all other ftVftfVYV0 whlch CURBS heartily rEeomatlo romediea." and is 8. 0. Wobskak, It X Marengo, m. of the Leading Physicians. ."Tfsvegfon TtmaALDtxa fair trial and think M WHAT THEY SAY: " ToxtMUOT is doing all that is claimed it will do." the beet remedy I hare erer found for Rheumatism." 111. O. OTbcxrbt, M. D., B. V. Davis. Sturgeon, ICe. FOR 8AIBT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ORE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE, A. A. MELLIER, Bote Proprietor, 100 sad 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, BT. LOUM, KHEUMA-WVmVSWf.Tised mmm 1 1 Capital City Machine Works, J. B. Meek, Propreitor. r I r9' ."--! All lovers of pleasure should bear in mind the excursion w. Educational. from the "Year Book" of theOwenton High School, by Walter S. Smith, the The following extracts are taken They are so appropriate ac- that we thought we would give them to the readers of the Roundakout, with the sincere hope that each one will study them well and then act cordingly. T. flUNTKR, Principal. Pres't F. C. T. A. Dear Friends: The education of our children ranks among the highest of human duties. Many of you who are in earnest upon this point, make serious mistakes in the discharge of your parental duty, some of which mistakes are fatal to the object In hand. We suggest the nature of the mistakes in the interest of the children: 1. AGENT FOR ' tit 3fi J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com '( jBS3' ... ; ' Ml Trt C &.t pauy s rcurit-s- Tt inresners ana oaw - mui, naiamazoo opnngT .1 iootn. e$ffim Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider v&WsM Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps . . . . . . . .r xxv All ot the above J claim are the best in the market. I keep them fim1u in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Frank- - i$M$ '')3m fort. Kv. T !B i ,.JHjff , Jim t 1 1 s -- , ft" ...... . 3C335! FOR I ! j vj: m Ll ii KENTUCKY'S EOUTE EAST DE. . I. EELLEY, WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA Rev. Mr. Trabue, of Southern Kentucky, yer still tamperin with this yer wois visiting Dr. and Mrs. Sullenger, his rela- man o' mine. You" using language tives. not edifying in church. When the 0. R. Crutcher and sister, Miss Mattie, nearsighted husband discovered the were visiting friends in Lexington the first wrong man he was willing to drop on his knees to ask pardon. of the week. m Mrs. Capt. Thos. Steele, of Rover, Yell county, Arkansas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nancy Fogg. Cider makings are fashionable. Bloomiiigton. Miss Annie Edwards left for Trimble Born. To county Inst Wednesdny to take charge of a Bates, a son. large district school at Hunter's Bottom. the wife of Dr. Mason m Died Aug. 23d, the infant daughMiss Birdell Bedford has so far recovered ter of Mr. Dick Whalen. from her recent serious spell of sickness as Miss Annie Moore, of Cedar Run to be brought home, and is at present doing neighborhood, is visiting Mrs. Lou nicely. flinith. Bro. Polk South wont to Pendleton counMisses Mary McDaniel and Alice ty Wednesday to hold a protracted meeting. Long spent Sunday with Mrs. Sallie He had just returned from a successful Kring. meeting at Beard's. Ky. Mr. Byron Scantland sold to Messrs. The Harris Brothers Hiram and Frank Noel & Jeffers, of Frankfort, a lot of having received letters patent for the Keneacn. tucky Blue Grass Gate (and by the way, one lamos at .77 of the be3t lever gates ever invented), are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gaines, of now selling State and coanty rights, and Frankfort, spent Sunday with the famthey deserve the praise of the whole country ily of Mr. B. S. Scantland. for inventing and placing in the market a gate that has no saperior and few, if any, Mr. George Wiley left Monday on equals, and they being boys of our commu- the steamer Hibernia with a lot of nity, we are justly proud of them. wheat and corn for the Louisville marm Lebanon Ridge. ! ket. !. W' . t Fine rains. Wheat all threshed. Never saw tobacco grow so fast. Esquire Tracy has the hay fever. Sorghum looks well. There is a good time coming. Water buckets at Johnny Roaclrs. Two for 15 cents, one for a dime. Johnny Roach, the Shelby county merchant, Jit out for Louisville last Monday for more water buckets. Mr. V. B. Snook, of Shelby county, and Mrs. Josie Snook, of Columbus, Ind., are visiting relatives on the Ridge. A good lively, honest Wanted. young man, to stand at a toll gate. Apply at Rusty Cuss & Co's New York store, No. 2 East Fork. Poor Rusty wants something to say or do with everything that comes up. As soon as lie heard of Governor f Moore's tag end party lie nulls up and moves over. Governor, dont let him in. Died William Penn, at his father's, Jama) Penn, on the 10th. His remains vu3 taken to Lebanon Church yard and placed there to wait for that final day, when we all shall be called to give an account of the deeds done T. Little-JacWilson fell from a hay rick one day last week and injured one of his arms. Fortunately no bones were broken. k Mrs. Lizzie Haydon and daughters, Lulie and Lillie May, of Scott county, visited the family of Mr. Fount Haydon last Sunday. Mr. Willie Onan, accompanied by Mr. Jack Church, of Stedmanville, made a flying trip to East Tennessee, with a view to locating. Not liking the country, they returned Friday. Willie says that he would not give any farm in Tiger for all that he saw In Tennessee. Rev. John Cannon preached to a large and attentive audience Sunday evening at our school-liousWe are situated so far from any place of worship that to have a sermon among us is quite a treat. We hope that tiro. Cannon or some one will send another appointment soon. e. Bridgeport. Schools in full blast. Sweet potatoes are not extra. J in the body. Tioga. .'- r . i L5 r . ... r' . - Another dense audience attended the evangelical union. Open every , Sunday at 8, rain or shine. has become as dumb as Jacksonville an oyster. Not even a house cur will lKt bis dull eye to greet the passerby. Our bad boy thrust his hand into a rat's nest. The arm is carried in a sling, and the paw throbs In a bag full of poultice. Wild Bill Yocum was the scamp who stoned Capt. Joseph Tracy, of Pea . The excursionist arrived home in gootl time. The whooping cough is still on the rampage in these parts. Miss Alma Scofleld visited friends in Anderson county last week. Prof J. B. Lea has again been chosen as teacher of the Bridgeport school . Rev. Robert E. Caldwell preached at Franklin Church last Tuesday evening. Mr. Joseph Terry Is improving his remises veiy much by additional E uildings, tfc. p Rev. L M. Salin. of Owen county. attended the Soutn Benson meeting the first of the week. Regularservices at Evergreen Church next Saturday at 2 p. in. and Sunday have better opportunities than have men in any other vocation to make education useful. Educated farmers, alone, are able to get from the soil What nature designs it to yield. 2. As to regular attendance. Hundreds of bright minds have been injured by a broken attendance. The work of the school is a growing process; and each day's growth depends on the growth of past days; especially on that of the day preceding. When growth is checked for a season It can not but begin again at a great disadvantage A child who stays out of school on Monday is a certain failure on Tuesday, and works sluggishly and unsatisfactorily for the remainder of the week. If this is repeated two or of such three times the pupil is destroyed for the session; and such are almost sure to become discouraged, break down,,and stop school. 5. As to stopping out The necessity for stopping out at the approach of fair weather is a great misfortune. When a pupil enters school he Is unfit for good work as a student, because he must undergo the process of habituating his powers of mind. He must become acquainted with the teacher and learn his ways. He must develop an interest In his work, and his mind must begin to grow. It Is usually a month or two before a student begins to do first-rat- e work. Toward the close of the session, these impediments are ail out o! the way; and it lias beeu estimated that a student does more work, and does It better, the last two months of a year than he does in the first five. So it is a great loss of money and time to stop near the close. 4. As to coiporation.Tho true teacher Is no enemy to a true parent or his child. With the parent the teacher d goes in the holiest of all duties the training of ids offspring. While It is true that teachers are not infallible, it is fully as true that they are not always wrong when they seem wrong. Parents should never act upon such an impression without a candid inlecview with the teacher. By such a j'c'endly course the most painful misunderstandings may be adjusted. Teachers are servants, but they are not doss. They have the interest of the children at heart, and if sustained by parental cooperation, will help the children to become men and women. class-standing THE ONLY LINE As to starting in. Parents wait to 4. A ttfTCK finish the crops and sow the wheat beWILL DE AT THE Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars' fore allowing the boys to enter school. Meantime, the girls are enrolled, and FOR is well begun; securtheir class-wor- k -- A. ing to them advantages that tell rDTZ.J.X2T jSS&i IN FRANKFORT. KY.. against the boys for the remainder of FKOMvavB the year. This is having its effect all SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. . . r n. mi i .niiiBvum i :iiiiiiiti'iii ,vr i nvnini ai over our farming districts, in the way JLIUUlOIIIllj) VIIIWIIJIIIU IV JJb.tlllglUH) of giving to the world a class of men SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. -only partially educated. Men on farms SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1886. . - OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, I NEW Ml'Ml 'i CAPITAL HOTEL SOLID -- ..or..'" fasttralns for - - All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoff system wrrnoirt using the knife or ligature und without uuy pain. WASHINGTON Connecting In same depot with m CITYhjf "h mm FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. SSTE-SXT- - v w VOHTT W m 'WS& I hmw mmmtm " w rvrr THE DIRECT ROUTE TO FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULBEH AND RECTAL GATARHH LYNCHBUKO, . DANVILLE, -- NORFOLK,.! r r . $m ir jrtit' 1iii-.i- Diseased conditions most of the chronic diseases, that produce consumption and AND AL1 J UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by bowel, also treated. ! a diseased nearest Vnr tlMrata mul fnrtliai -v ...tu ww--..Ut-.- l IlliViWHUIUU Infni-nifttln- n tlcket-offlc- miMtn UWIJIJ t wm LU IUW T i PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Cuu also be cured If not too late, as the Itching is only a symptom of the disease that exists In the lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUOIIES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WiTllROW, Frankfort, C.,W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER., -- .. fc General Manager, Richmond, VmaiNiA. Gon. Pass. -A'at... '?rf&' i..j k'j '..' rJ ;f .W ,? i, hM 'uy&mi C . iVC' & a 4'r'Z Y--K .! V BRUSH UP! '.SSffl Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to Something every man, woman and child, should do, any one by addressing and bear In mlud that the W. Dec. 2G-l- I. KELLEY, M. D., n Soutli Side Drug Store ! -- 1;-1I 376 West Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0, CONSULTATION FREE. Has the largest and cheapest line or hair, cloth, shoe, tooth, and null brushes ever shovnint one.v . time in the city, I. J. R. April 0. 0. F. HON-da- y 60 60 j ,., " " ninth shoe .H3aa V.Vi .im CyijK K'VJsM 4HTs Don't fall to examine the line at .. rr.. Williams, -- night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LEE A. OWEN, N. G. f Sec. LODGE, NO.C, MEETS EVERY JOSEPH LeCDMFTE'B THE SOUTH SIDE DEUG STOBE; FRANKFORT, KV. vs 'WLi . & .... h PROPRIETOR OF THE C. Aunrr.a nvn 'tta , tat, AND mriam? 'tesa 4t,iu UVHVWUSI , . "W tp i "A-'- hand-in-han- LECOMPTE'S HANDSSIOOTHER"'! HOKEOPATfllSTS OFFICE S27 July ! Choice A Coal Cheap. a DOUBLE Si'iippm v r w..,.,..,.wk TT..V Prmnm Tn1tvo UllliL lyutl VtlVJ.'UI 3G. t f.1 OSSCf! 2nA.X2T ST. h X fnr iHiiiKi ii ; w. fnmilv u iiK.i.i mwhuiii a uvea "ti,ll ii. .it, ..1 i.:.ka. LL KINDS VTJA fvVfM Vft DR. J. S. COLLINS, OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' Teeth extracted without pain by the use of mur.20-t- f NTtrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. -- Telephone connection No. DENTIST, FRANKFORT, H CEO. B. MACISLZ2T, Dec.8-- f i e , - Ml 'j - ' FRANKFORT, KY, 'H r O The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Blppus, Ind., testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare, Druggist, Belleville, Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medicine 1 have over handled in my 20 years' experience is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the liver, kidneys orJBlood. Only a half-dollu bottle at Jos. Lecompte'a drug store. ar W Greenwood Female Seminery. K"V. MRS. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. ANNUAL SESSION OF TMIF. THIRTY-EIGHTJL this school will commence en MONDAY, Used toKlsy regularly by lO.ogo. Amwrloaai n perl or nil Women. or ethem,on C'jurti refunded. Don't waste money wortblea netrpnM. Try :. a tm A UaII milled to anv address. Send 4 cents for purllcul I ANSY PILLS Are perfectly Safe and always EMMtasl. r.Ci 1 f '". Jarnled . V"J. K; '' wixcx BPiicnrio co., rhiiwta., rm. -- ",W l rt- -. il iV h td. For terms etc., uddress the principal, SEPTEMBER Cth. 188a k'fw V.' POI3 I5E3STT. i z poln. A COMFORTABLE FRAME HOUSE OF FIVE rooms, situated on Kentucky Avenue, In Belle Aug. For terms 21-2- t. Jtc apply to JUDGE W. L. PENCE. broiiiBlhometoyou. lOWmlerral UK or well, ihould toll. Young or old, married orilntl. iltkPKTCRumiuf ntOlUStat Hiled by DB. WHITfI 6H.8t.LoiiK.Wai riUUUUIMDUIIB ini laulKVor KlniDl 8tmr. tuntr cover. He. Thli Ilnnlr rnn. ttlDi Aixtho curious, doubiful or lnguliltlewnlloktow. J "' ISt?" Intrrrttlnr tnd Toluabla faAutMiloo. 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