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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886090401 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I! tT?j 1 v.' l n ' ,.rtM .Yaffil r 6i ;Y M V 'IS m& tx 4 The Frankfort Roundabout. QaJORGEA LEWIS, Publisher. rf DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR A j. utl Volume r IX. J FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 4, 1886. Notice. Number Wr r,- )$ The gloomy fears, desponding views The main water pine leaclini? the .. t,1Qf and weariness, that many complain of A.... A.. XI K1..... ..., ID WIU rivur uitsw uui u juiiujuav AVnit?r . I.''',-.f would disappear werp the blood made . pure and healthy before reaching Hie delicate vessels of the brain. Ayer's Sarsaparilla purifies and vitalizes the 4HLr: ril blood; thus promoting $$Iriver would bo without water asain. and sanity of mind. health of body to tho foresight of tho water .. ffihanks company wo are sp ucd this annoyance Louisville Tobacco Market. j& 7 and can Roon a s ujwnl. f?K'' "Mr. Sol. Harris, who is the exclusive KOBNI8HED BT OLOVEH & DUBnnTT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE"agent for this vicinity, announces that 55" HOUSE. .... 1......1 the largest assortment Ixtihe has Wr'&jr .. the closed amount WHof Butterlck's Patterns, lor any age to Tho soles for with week just of 2,900 lihds. receipts 2.471 hhds., ;H"and of the newest styles of garments. for tho siuno period. Salos sinco tho 1st of any He will send patterns to .... section 01 January amount to 93,295 hhds. The con. i, n.o!nf rF i tobacco this week " 't country ismg Pm "" c"-t"- Clair dition of Burloy lower tendency. has been irregular with a Address him, No. 214, St torice. very large, and tho stocks tl8treet, Frankfort, Ky., for circulars arcReceipts areincreasing. Reports from the gradually nx tf L , -. . i A meeting of the citizens of Peak's Mill and Bloomington precincts will be held at Peak's Mill on Saturday afternoon, September 11th, to make arrnngehients to take part in the celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the city of Frankfort on the Gth of October. Everybody requested to atT. N. Sullivan, tend. CLOSING OUT! Ml .i In order to make room for our large Fall stock of Si4 Geo. W. Quarlis, DRY GOODS, CLOAKS AND Committee. NOTIONS. - ft - The following changes in the assign- flttiPPrS in tins tll- ..munto if w .. t'TIUVUUJ " fPVPtllln SL$?slon took oirect on September 1st, - t4B.Ji. Gibson M W L. Meagher to Nat Harris j V..T A.nmnt to Jno. Cochran & Co., JSR.Wo. 37, for night duty. Willis to Labrot fc Graham, to $)"E. J. & J. M. Saffell, Tho musical extravaganza, "Areund the World," may be classified as a dramattc crem. The performance ii remarkably pure in tone; musical, both instrumental and vocal. The charactors are all natural, being life; tho artists are taken from overy-daexperienced and finished. There is no piny like it on tho stage, in' construction, plot and purposes, and the entire performance is growing cropq were never more favorable, as successful as it is original. Pi ess. and the indications now are that wo will not At the Opera House September 18th. only have n large, but a good crop. Tbe following quotations faiily represent our Life. Gen. market for Burloy tobacco : 4.C0 3.00 to Dark Trash A wonderfully nice book, as enter(.t'0 taining Colory Trnsh 4.00 to as any novel, is Richardson's Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5."Q uyl Personal History of Llysses S. fi.00 to Colory Lugs 7.00 Common Leaf, not colory... (5.C0 to 7.00 Grant,11 revised and completed by Mr. 9.00 Fletcher, of the Hartford "Courant;" Good Loaf 7.00 to Fino Leaf 9.00 to 14.00 a volume of G30 octavo pages, with 8G Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 14.00 to 20.00 fine engravings, illustrating scenes in y We will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at 'i. REDUCED PRICES. We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. u ' SUi Grant's WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! -- 225 St. CLA.II2 -- S,X'IE3EJ,X,, 225 m UjiKt, 3 Editor of the Roundabout: lu tho outsot ticcopfc my thanks forollow-- 4 iu mo space in your paper to vindicate for you 'myaelf boforo my f& , 'oke tho dnly ono who has accorded mo that., aftnr pub-pivifere. The $2? lfthinK nil the falsehoods and damaging state- monts against mo that was possible for their 'j& correspondent trom this place to gather up concerning the caso that caused my dismis-&- $ ;sal from ttio police foico refined, me spaco T their paper to lay the facts boforo the V' " 'public tho facts as they occured nor do I Jeel willing for tho verdict of tho Council to v ' tta before the nublic without tho tacts sur- -h grounding it going with it, they are substan-'niiw na fnllnwa: On last Saturday nicht weok, between 12 and 1 o'clock, Fratik ii3'- "bert got into an altercation with a negro jkv man, named Jake Dudley, and out him in W rf'tho face wita a putty knife. I was not bjft present at tho diiflculty but in company Vr J&ith Mr. George Smith, who was tempora-'irUy on duty, I arrived at tho placo a few '47' '"Jpmutes alter it, happened, and learned from 4i '"tb.e man cut that it was Egbert who did it. '"""We immediately started to hunt for him or 5 him 'VTfnd camo uponho wasinincompany with crowd frout of tho , ofthistrienU3; f j Agoing from us with his pistol in his hand. ;j 'started through the crowd toward him jrVwheri thoy acattered and he turned and Meveled his pistol at mo telling mo not to Ui'' advance on aim that he had made up his 5v','mad to die boforo he would go to jail tor J& Tie was right in what he had done. I did tadvance and he still holding tho drop on 'me Continued to back, this was kept up for '.VA more than a square when 1 was satis tied yflj that I could not urreat him under the 'cumstances, and as u sober discreet man I wVkn&w it was suicidal to draw my weapon. M&Anu' could I h:ive used my weapon, it would Wfiaye only been to commit inurdor, f'fckndwing tuo man as I did and ho under then i' winmir.u nf Hniinv. TIihii thoro was nothing lef t for mo to do but do aa 1 did, or & Jleavo him and head him off somowhero else $ and taao advantage of him and shoot him but thank JkT , d6wn Hko I would n mad-doStO God my bettor instincts have taught me to "? 1fae too manly, too honorable and too brave &V o commit a deed like that oven though tho , law mignt have held me guiltless for doing i , ' ? so. I was satislied as a sensible man that it was impossiblo to arrest him that night fij? without killing hirn, pursue what course I would, and that I was unwilling to do, for I lh-dl- d apt think tho crime ho had been guilty f $M:would warrant sucti an action on my pan, blood on ray fW hor d6 I want my iellow-manf Trttl fSri- IVhands under any circums ant it. Some who hold mo guilty or tailing o Uischargo ray duty say that X sboulu nave 5 : nim uutil my uroiuer uujuuj. 47 IVboald haye loft mo and wakened up and W jLauramoned enough citizens at midnight to but thou VVhavo surrounded and arrested him,no telling Sw'ttiey would havo hud to find us for W "whore wo would havo beou by tho timo siastanco dould havo boon gathered together FitANKFOKT, To Centennial Ky., Sept. Rooms, 1, 1830. 1 J M Vi fellow-citizen- Couvior-Journa- l, $f' N, )t i nicipal Officers in Kentucky, and all Citizens and Societies in this and Ad joining States : It has been tho plcasuroof the Frankfort Centennial Association to entrust to us i a Committee of Invitation the agreeable duty of extending to you a most cordial invitation to be present and enjoy the hospitalities of the City of Frankfort, and take part in the ceremonies attending the celebration of the first Centennial of Kentucky's Capital City on Wednesday, the tith of d October, 188G. Our pleasure is by the thought that this occasion will afford a favorable opportunity for the renewal of so many Iriendships of bygone years, and enable Frankfort, in some manner at least, to recognize and return some of the kindnesses and courtesies bestowed upon her by the good people of the State during the century just passed away. The time being too short to permit us to address eaqh one of you by mail, we hope to be excused for eytpnding this invitation through the courtesy of the press. John L. Scott, Ch'n. E. H. Taylor, Jr., augu-mente- all Federal, State, County, and Mu- the great soldier, d the price. and sells for about No better author ever appeared before the public than .Mr. Richardson, who lias always been noted for his careful and accurate writings, and the General is to be congratulated in having a biographer of to great ability We can heartily advice any who want a leliable, llrht-cla"Life of. Gen. Grant," complete to date, to purthe entire career-o- f one-thir& which the late General figured. This is the original and genuine book published under this peculiar title. Any other book bearing the same title is an imitation, and is copied more or less from the Richardson book. The work bears strong evidence of the controlling hand of the General, and of the valuable assistance which he rendered in its preparation, nnd theieforeis really of more value and practical use than the General's own "Memoirs," which will cover but comparatively small portions of his life, while Richardson's book covers GAINS! BAEG.S! R K. M'CLURE'S! ATssnwaa Mm 3$ & m S3 iii.im -- Call and see our- - a ' ifii i REMNAHT TABLE -- chase "The Pergonal History," by Albert D. Richardson, in preference to any other The book ought to be in every household. One shoes: -- OF- A great manv at- - ?i HI Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now P Proper Treatment for Coughs. YOUR PICK FOR $1.50. STRAW HATS AT COST. Come quick before tall are sold . 'v v g, That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar Alvin Duvall, Fayeite Hewitt, and Wild Cherry is the basis of the w. h. averill, best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equally Ira Julian, as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. John W. Rodman, Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Charles E. Uoge, William Lindsay, thus making it one of the most reliable (om. of Invitation. now on the market. Price 50 cents and' 1.00. Samples free. Sold by 2 The following queer and ancient Hughes & Chiles. document was handed to us by Mrs. A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, F. B. Lyons. This is the document spices, and all other general grocery from which arose the old saw about supplies can be had cheap at John "Symmes' Hole." He was a noted Driscoll's. Go and see him. tf Our character in his day: LIGHT GIVES LIGHT, COVER UAD TO R. K. M cCLURm HOT WEATHEfl GOODS Oolored. TTm.ciex-s7v7-esL- n j& W 's tW rb-5$- .? it I claim, could I havo samaioneJ others,that would havo been to murder him and Vnrtt.iri Uva iif.on nflkliiir them to do what I have said I was too honorable and too brave todo myself. But a great many thinga Qolden Secret. the patronage of this .My terms are i in .,.,,, .oaf fhftninilvia t(i our miud that xl ' o miiTiit hnvadono that would have boon and the new worlds. . 'iV.Miffaiiiiin nniv. that would not occur to a I dedicate to my Wife and her ten f'M inan's mind placed under tho circumstances - Children. no. on thnt utoht. But for failing to nrI select Doctor S. L. Mitchell. Sir II. i) Egbert on tuat night under the fore-- Davy and Baron Alex, de- Humboldt as Pfr . ffoing circumstances I was dimissed from "my protectors. a the polioeforco by tho votes of all of the I ask ono hundred brave companions, t 'counollmou presout at tho investigation well equipped, to start from Siberia in S&A.fixoeptlug Councilman Ford who voted the fall season, with Reindeer and . EaiiW it. When I was, olooted to tho on tho ico of tho frozen sea ; I i slays, took an oath to faithfully 'Hoe foroo I engage we tlnd warm and rich land, -- V BT1t.ll HH IllUVIIllf HWUV Uii fc fc.w.w. .ww undertaking. JNO. CLEVE3 SYMMES, Of Ohio, late Captain of Infantry, N, B. I havo ready for the press a Treatise on the principles of matter, wherein I show proois of the above positions, account for various phenomena, and disclose Doctor Barwiii's -- INFINITUM." ST. LOUIS (Missouri Territory), 1 North America, April 10, A, 1. 1818. j TO ALL THE WORLD ! I declare the earth is hollow, and habitable within ; containing a number of solid concentrick spheres, one within the other, and that it is open at the poles 12 or 10 degrees; I pledge my life in support of this truth, and am ready to explore the hollow, if tho world will support and aid me in the LIGHT DIS- CrOOCLS and we have greatly reduced in priceff r ffitxBsw MLfffi t rst - Vigor restores youthful freshness und color to faded and gray hair. It attains theso result? by tho stimulation of tho hair roots and color glands. a T"R m c'canscs ' It rejuvenates tho It restores to tho XX21J.XV that, cither by reason of ago or discuses of tho scalp, has becoino dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and glossy silken softness of cxtrcmo beauty. Thcro Is no dyo In Ayer's Halr,rTpi XT AVXVfXli and tho good It docs Is by tho It Imparts to tho follicles, and thu clean llncss and licalthfulncss of tho condition In which It maintains tho scalp. "V'T?T E5 IIa,r Vigor renews tho hair. G Hair Vigor Is tho best euro XX X , Itching known for Brashy Ilulr, Scald Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, nnd all other diseases ot tho scalp that causa tho falling of tho a XT nd Its fading. Nothing cleanses XJ.21.X XV of tho nuleanco of dandruff so perfectly, und so effectually presents Its return, as Aran's ILun Viaon. In addition to tho curntlru and rcstorutlvo lrtuo8 peculiar to Ayer's Hair XvXVX. It Is a toilet luxury. Tho Hair Is by far tho cleanliest made. It causes tho hair to grow thick and long, nnd keeps It always soft and glossy. JUXfe O ii. X7"I7XJCi Hair ru n tt $ V We have all kinds of Hair Vigor cures baldness, UNDERWEAR, Suitable for the warm weather. Oome lltlX Hudson, IU-ad- See TTs. Humphries k Cassell. staad. WSM fa t.V ifii vS4ffl fl tt TfTTl g iT CAPITAL 1RT GALLERY! H. Q. MA.TTERN Prop'r, No, 439 Main St Over Crutehcr & Storks' White Uall Clothing House Ayer's Hair Vigor Its uso Contains no deleterious Ingredients. prevents all scalp disease, secures ngnlnet tho hair growing thin or gray, and surely cures nil balducss that Is not organic. rilEr-ABE- po-$- dis-X- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why wll the people o f Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at ' Oct. 25-- tf. home. ohttWethodutiesofthoonlcotothobestofmy stocked with thrifty vegetobles and ability and with those fnots boforo them 1 animals, if not men, on reaching ono jr caso with an impartial public to leave my ?' i Otttll. degree northward of latitude 82 ; we T ' r oujr ...Imthnr - hnvn ltJint inviolatO that ! will return in tho succeeding spring. "" respectfully yours, lam J. C. S. C, X' DUiiUf jmlt . fy BT 1 Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Moss. , Sold by all Druggists. :' 'r .V . v.v k w , V ' ,;?" iV ' ' m ' NftwBBJiliiiiiifl ' mmal rf j?fPBiPKHflP95BBHPHK ''tra.eiuwBLx KiuflHHPKPaflPRTi w iww.miiaLljxjjxiaueiiLiiuuiiiJMrwiMKL.,i..iLig?iimTrCTt: jumtuiuu - WM FUAMFOKT KOUNDABUUT. Eitcrcd at the at Ernnktnrt, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. post-office Personal. GEORGE A. LEWIS. 33c2.it : c axid. ZFia.Tcliclver. TltANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 4. 1880. The City Council have (lispon&cd the services of all the men at the fire engine house eqcebt Eugene Phillips, Wat Nichols and Phil Goins. We are inclined to think that this is lather doubtful economy. The Kentucky Central Railroad is running an excursion rate during the Cincinnati Exposition, which opened on Wednesday last. It will only cost you .2.05 for the round trip from Lexington to Cincinnati, with tickets good for twenty days from day of sale. That is a very low rate indeed. The oldest fair in the State is that held at Paris. It begins this year on the 7th day of this'inonth and continues to the 11th. Its attractions are very full and should call forth a large attendance. The Kentucky Central Railroad sells tickets for round trip cents. from Lexington for seventy-fiv- e The steamer Grace Morris, with her palace barge, left the Custom House Wharf on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock p. in., and had aboard fully two hundred and fifty passengers and Schneider's Cornet Band. Th? excursion party returned in time to attend evening services at all the churches, well pleased with their trip. Jus. Andrew Scott, Esq., has been commissioned by the President of the Centennial Association to raise a regiment of cavalry to parade Oct. Gth. Messrs. Geo. Quarles, of K Cv lx't Mm Peak's Mill ; M. B. Lucas, of the Forks of Eikhorn; O. B. Polsgrove, of Bald Knob; Robt. Ander&on, of Benson ; and William Armstrong, of Bridgeport, have been selected as captains to recruit com panics in their respective precincts. Sabers and carbines will probably be furnished by the Adjutant General. "Scott's Cavalry" promises to be quite a feature in the coming celebration. Deatli of John W. McClure, Esq. On, Wednesday last, at 1 o'clock, better land there passed over into the ... . . . . as crentle and noble a spirit as ever breathed in man. John Winston 3IcClure was born at Owenton, Kentucky, November 21st, 1852, and was consequently in his 34th year. His father d ing when he was a small boy, lie removed with his mother, Mrs. Agnes H. McClure, to this city. Here he grow to man's estate, winning the respect and confidence of all by his manly and unselfish bearing. January 20, 1873, he united with the Presbyterian Church upon a public profession of his faith in Christ under the pastorate of Rev. John H. Nesbitt. In April, 1875, he was united in marriage with Miss Helen II. Black, daughter of Dr. E. H. Black. She, together with two interesting daughters and a bright little boy, are left to mourn the sudden cutting down, in the prime of his manhood and in the midst of his usefulness, of the devoted lmsband and loving father. Several years since he removed to Louisville, and traveled for Messrs. Mi's. W. L. Cannon arrived here on yesterday. June P. Wayts is at home on a visit to his parents. T Miss Helena Weitzel is visiting Mks hstaP Ilallie Duval, Bald Knob. o Judge W. L. Jett, Inspector, was in the city this week. BOUGHT AT THE- Mr. Warren Buckley, of Chicago, is visiting his parents in this city. Mr. J. R. Stafford returned Saturday from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. W. Todd Crutcher, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting his parents in Of Bellepoint. from house of August Bernheim & Bauer, Miss Lizzie Woods left Monday morning for a visit to friends in Bowling Green. Master Howard Orbison will leave Monday for Staunton, Virginia, to attend school. offered us, and will best values These goods Capt W. E. Hunt and wife and Mrs. Woodford Prue Hunt returned from be marked on Monday. R. H. Godson, Esq., editor of the Blue Grass Clipper, parsed through this city Thursday. Mrs. Kate Venable and daughter, Miss Mittie, left for Dennison, Texas, on Thursday last. Mrs. Lieut. D. D. Mitchell neeEttie l Scott is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. vw W. Scott, in this city. v. I days for cash only. Now is all for time to Rev. Jos. Venable, of Topeka, Kan- - 't sas visited tno lamuy oi .Mr. v. t. ":U& Reading this week. Pl-I f; Mrs. Mary A. Todd, of Versailles, r A came down to attend the funeral of '$Ml John W. McClure. M Mrs. .Tno. Gnadinger, jr., has returned from a. two weeks' visit to relatives E&S .gjRggg3;BtoBar at Springfield, Tenn. TJ4 Miss NeiUe Rodman will leave Mon4 day for Nicholasville to attend Miss Malt. Hewitt's seminary. .JB Mr. Sidney Gayle, of Jackson, Ten'a nessee, spent several days in the city CT this week, visiting relatives. S-XjIMrs. Chas. L Johnson and children im returned Wednesday from a visit to 'PWO STORE BOOMS FRONTING ON ST. CLAIR her parents at Lawrenceburg X strtet. Apply to Miss Mary Moore, of Louisville, who u DEALERS IN- JOHN HALY. has been visiting Miss Eleanor Moore, Sept " J- TTTf. South Side, has returned home. Tr . . ... 7 TTT Tf T T. inn.'Fm'i'i.mn BmnfnB0.fmf.mT. 110.11 Fzoono i Mrs. John S. Van Winkle, of DanO-E- w SASulTLti.IS. ville, who has been visiting friends near this city, has returned home. LARGE NUMBER OF HOISTING BLOCKS. 14 , Mr. Phil Selbert returned Thursday new. Inches, 12 Inches and 10 Inches, all us goou us eveninir from a Ihree weeks' sojourn Apply to at French Lick Springs, Indiana. JOHN MEAGHER. ' Miss Lucy McConnell, of Los Ange-lo- s, Sept ' AGENTS FOR California, is visiting her sister, . "U. Mrs. Henry Showalter, Cedar Run. JOB,, . R. Knott. J. M. Todd and J. A. 7 Hodires, of Louisvlle, attended the .. &: PRAXKFORT, KY, funeral of J. W. McClure on Friday. PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF REAPERS & MOWERS. V Dr. Ed. Chiles, of Chicago, who has Fianklln, Carroll. GnlMtln. Boone, Owen and been visiting his mother in this city, Grant countlou, In the Court of Appeals, and In tilt Federal Court. These machines arc unexcelled left Monday morning for Louisville. aijy-tdurability and lightness Mrs. S T Fortune returned Mondav niirht from a three months' visit to relOro2a.aj?d of draft. A full line of repairs in ' atives in and near Clarksville, Tenn. stock. Call and examine our stock Mr. Geo. W. Henry, of Chicago, who ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO THIS POPULAR good to return Oct. has been visiting relatives here, left Hlht either now on nsdo nt $4.C5, LouIrvIHo. lihKgnue before buying elsewhere. vjii Lexington or Monday for Lexington to attend the checked tluoush. TOM NEWMAN, Ciishler. July Fair. Rev. Robert E. Caldwell will leave shortly for Princeton Theological Seminary to 'complete his theological 0,000 mi imtujun'.iMBim 820,000 TOO Post-ofiic- Great Auction Sale! the Underwriters, the celebrated at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! represent the ever at the by LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION thirty the In departments buy J- CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC:a Mi. ST1 ABtfft IFOIR t. i B. -- !r t , Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, $& 4- -it P. MA Mil y, f. Crab yi-c- Springs 4 t. Dudley Institute! THE TWESTV-FIKST ul Sutclifib & Owen, wholesale boot and shoo dealors. About a year ago indications told that the fell destroyer consumption-h- ad taken hold of him. Everything that medical skill could do was done to avert the stroke, but, alas, in vain. Like the brave boy he was, he went about his usual avocations, endeavoring to obtain an honest living fur his little family. With determination unshaken he kept at work until sheer exhaustion forced him to turn aside to die, About three weeks ago he returnK Rochester, N. Y , to his 11 K. McClure's house and was bvother unable to leave it again. Without a murmur, with unshrinking faith, and calmly awaiting the change, conscious to the bust, lie leaned ' liis tired head on the dear Savior's breast and went over the river to the home beyond. .The' funeral services touk place from the First Presbyterian Church on Friday, at 11 o'clock,' and was very largeed from - ville, spent Sunday with his parents, John N. Crutcher and wife, in Bellepoint. Mrs Judge Lindsay, Mrs. Holmes, Miss Marion Lindsey and Mr. George Bagby, jr., left Wednesday for a trip to Mammoth Cave. Mr. Howard Jett, of Versailles, but formerly of this city, will be married to Miss Hinkston, of Cynthiana, on the 30th of this month. Mr II. D. Denson and wife, who have been visiting at Mr. George Huffman's for some time, returned to Louisville on Wednesday. Mr. Harry M. Buckley, of Lawrenceburg, was in the city the flist of the week on his way to Lexington, where he will reside in future. Mr. Orlardo B. Crittenden, of Mississippi, who has been visiting bis parents Col John Allen Crittenden and wife, in this city, has returned home. Mrs. John Rijy and son, Master of Denton, Texas, 1io have been visiting relatives in Anderson and Franklin counties, returned home Thursday. Col. 01-li- e, course. Mr. Albert H. Crutcher, of Louis- T. Semi-Aiimi- Session of this school WILL COMMENCE TERMS FROM S20 TO S:ir July2t-2m- PKR HJCSSION'. T. M. TUHNER, Principal. . FARM FOR SALE! 25(1 ACRES. LYING ON THE Frankfort !!: Ouenton turnplko, seven miles from Fiunlifortimd three miles from Penk's Mill. la olfered for stile nt u barKHln. It Is u koo1 stock furm. neiirly nil of It foeinu In khibs. and Is well wittered. There to n very Rood dwelllnc house, mid Will be sold as n whole thrie or four tenant hou-es- . or lit lut.j to Milt purelwtiiTS. For tcri'ih addrehs or call 0:1 J. W Guinea, nt tliH MierUl's oillce. or JAMES H. GAINES, FranWort, Ky. r A GOOD FARM OF Ait,?. 2Mnj' aZTyiolsttT" Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN mid adjiieent counties. OFFICE Ui Btalrs. over Judjje P. u. Major's olilce. J II ' . :- wMzwm SPKIUG mmismm&m -- Hns Just veoived bin LF Y lnrfro- - STOCK-- Willi OF toves, Grates h Mantels. Call nnd examine tlio SOUTHEEN Tho new Library the famous QUEEN m 74ft Wrought Steel Range, Lamps, new Gug FisturcB, III HE, i And to runny other r.?eful nrliclcp ico to nieutki), rll f.t the LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of all kinds solicited in roofing. pnttfcru(? gna fitting and plbnibiiig. JOB WORK T. v' WILL Au. Give me a call, W' 14-t- f. HORN. In this county, on TliurMl.iy, September '2d, to Mr. Jns Andrew Scott ittnl wife, a daughter. 188C, T. I1. BTTOKIXElTr- . TO THE PUBLIC. GROCE HAVING PURCHASED THE STOCK OFand aiieN Mr. J. corner Second by streets, South Frankfort, I propose to keep a nice stock of SPECIAL NOTICE. T7AVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS cuto nil klriiiH of TO EXE- - TAKEN UP AS A STRAY NATHANIEL RAZOR, A FARMER RESIDING about live miles from Frankfurt, on the Versailles )ll;o. it red heifer viduai itt 20.00 Said helf erlstwo years old, solid red In color, with the exception of u into tip of the tall, (ilven under my hand tins 30th day of Atujust. .T. W. JJOHANNAN, tJ.'1'tl-l- t J. P. F. C. HTJGHKS, General Insurence Apnt, O. Off.co on Miiln St., Opposite - GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE, twt-cliws JOB PRINTING AND BINDING -- AT TH- K- Farmers' Bank. REPRESENTING IS Teoxn,xri Office 3.ilc3,iarj, Loadine hmm and Foreign nn, tt K'. .:'.,, i ly attended. Grocery the undersigned respectfully hollclt a Mmre of vour and In fact ovarytltlmr kept In a More. I Invite tho attention of the people of Frank- imtmnuKe. Wo are prepitrd to execute, upon short fort and Franklin county, and mora particularly tho notice on farm pror- peoplo of South Frankfort, who Mil llnd my location l'olicieh A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE FIHM 1 erty nt lowest rates. Atjent Aticlior Lino IJLANK ROOKS. DRIEF8. pulte a convenience, and I hope by closo attention to Steanihliln. Prepaid Tlehet sold from any point n LETTER AND RILL HEADS, A of business and fair dealing to recolvtt a portion of the Cre.it Ufittuln or Ireland. Apr.17-- 1 , bublUtiiatrmiace. s WMITESIDES & STATEN and buch other work as 13 usually done lit any tioons delivered promptly in any pari oi mo city. Wo propose to execute v.ork a call and bo convinced. establfrihnient. Give me oxoVery Respcctrnliv, lire hereby iiotllled to cotuo forward and settlo up itt at nt close lliw.'fl tit ui:i be jaadu by tiny otllce In , one-nt the nil ilia of the llrm are to lm closed up. JOHN L. JONES, Central Kentucky. Sept-l!i IJy-- lt nusCS-ta- i WILLIAMS. TANNER J. T. STATEN. eouth Frankfort, Ky. WITH OVIt $100,000,000.00 'verm written a'ssetb. - llrst-clas- Job Work (ay cutod nt this oiKicc. . '" ' " j ' r . . ft ".-- '. '' ' "i'1 iiwiM-'iwwwiaj-- . - .. ' ;....-- . . .1 V- -- ,f- -- . j f ''-- . . . o .. (. :, . - - - . . .m ' 'l & ' ' Miy ' hi-i-iii't'-i'1 j, " t. - ' 'mim mmmmmmm mwmam -. mm wiimn n mmmmmti i iiiin hw1v,7mt- t - rt ' " "' i j i fimii -jj inii y "n ii1 w iii m 4 vt -M- --iiiij iiii1 urn i TwmrwTtwnmWmmmmtmtjK0 n ss ;t" "s Tjt ax&zi jfcj At ' vv ri: ?& MWMM vt; v 'V wv$rrm. " f 'l ' fcK tT& & &y S i - ret- n :rr .i appropriately, that archesof evergreens nated to tho Indigent children of the The Kentucky Conference of the should be thrown over the city bridge county. Teachers and tiustees may CeleMethodist Epheopul Church will meet on the occasion of the Centennial call on him for further information. Sept. 80, bration next month. in Lexington, on Thur.-duy- , and will bo provided over by Bishop Mr. John L. Jones has now gotten Win. Egbert, son of Chas. T. Egbert, Cyrus D. Fos, D. 1). under way at his new grocery, on the Esq., who was shot by some one uncorner of Second and Shelby streets, H. L. Hons, piano timer and re known in Texas, was brought homo South Side. He offers rare inducepairer for Measrs I). H. Baldwin & by his father, and Is now able to go ments to customers, is a clever and reCo., Is in the city, and will attend about with the assistance of liable man. Give him a fair showing. promptly to all orders left at the olttce, in the city on Fri- Read his advertisement in another colcorner of Main and Ann streets. day of last week, a silver monogram umn. A very perceptible shock of earth- with the initials "L. G." in gold, and The brick house oppoFon quake was felt In this city on Tuesday with the owner's name on it. Finder site theRi:xt. belonging to V. Kalteu-brudepot, night, at about half after 9 o'clock. It will please return to this ofllen and reIt. rattled windows, gas fixtures, &c, and ceive reward. Mr. J. Weitzel, jr., will open a first .shook the solid walls of houses for a Officer Henry Brown on Tuesday, class restaurant in connection with his vsecond or more. arrested Peyton Willingliam and Jane confectionary store, on Monday next. All the delicacies of the season served Frank Egbert, who was charged Thompson for borrowing some hogs at all hours. It. with cutting Jake Dudley (having from John Stuart. Willingliam is a surrendered hlmsslf) was brought be- former uenizen of uistie rayior ana is Cottages for Rkxt and Sale. fore Esquire J. V. Eohannan on likely to return to his old quarters. Apply to Drs. Gober & Son, 317 Main street. Thursday and discharge I, the evidence G. A. R. j liN being held over. notwarrantin Brace Up. There will bo a regular meeting of You are feeling depressed, your The oldest paper published in Keyou are bothered with i. ntucky is the Paris Citizen, being eighty Albert G. Bacon Post, Monday Aeven appetite is poor, are lidgetty, nervous, full headache, you injfi nein. Hlli, at 7LV o'clock. "years old. By an announcement in its attendance U requested. and generally out of sorts, and want to By order D. W. Lindey, '.last issue it appears that it will be mander, ofV. BERBERlCTl, Com- brace, up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines or bittors merged with the True Kentuckian, Ad'nitant. winch have for their basis very cheap, appear hemifter as the Citi- and will bad whisky and which stimulate you The negro Peyton Wiliingham who for an hour apd then leave you in m worse condition ' Rev. J. T. Hendrlurf, D. D., who was arrested for stealing hoys from you want is an than before. What will John Stuart, was brought before Es- purify your blood, alterative th.ataction preached here in January so accept- start healthy ably, is to bo the temporary supply of quire McDonald, waived an examina- of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vi ana tality and give the South Frankfort Presbyterian tion, was held in $100, failed to givo strength. Such arenewed lieaitn will medicine you bond, and was sent to thi cooler until v Church during the absence of the pa. find in Electric Bitters, and only oO tor, llev. llobt. E. Caldwell at Prince- Circuit Court. cents a bottle at Jos. LeCompte's drug 3 ton Seminary this winter. Mr. Cald- - Mrs. Grant Green, sr., who has been store. at tho Warm Springs, in Virginia, for f well leaves Tuesday nUht. To mako room for a large and ele gant stock of new goods, we will sell jM. Gilman, a some time for her health, returned Datiu'i Monday evening, considerably im- French and stone China at reduced Bay & IIaff. Louisville pedestrian, will undertake proved, being able to walk about with prices. to walk from that city to this place, f2 y the assistance of a cane. This will be brick hou,sc For Rent. A miles, in twelve hoursfor a purse of glad news to her many friends all over of six rooms, located on Ann street $75. lie will start from the corner of Apply at Crutcher & Starks. section of Kentucky. First and Main streets in that city and this follow the Shelby ville pike. Ho will Collector Cox, of the Louisville disused Tongallne in many cases be accompanied by a number of inter-- - trict, received orders from Washington of Have rheumatism with marked success ; ested parties in buggies. to reduce the force of Revenue Store- the most important one was that of a who has been a Storekeeper-gangerIn patient, age fifty-onThose enterprishij young merchants, keepers and sufferer from that disease for forty Mesvs. Weitzel k O'Donnell, have accordance with that order, on Wed- years. In one of his severe attacks I and prescribed Tongallne, and upon the new three nesday, seven Storekeepcr-gauger-s rented Mr P. C ten storekeepers were dismissed tho fifth day he was able to be out, and story, stone front building, on Alain also to attend to his business. Have street, and will remove their dry service Tongaline a fair and impartial The boys in this district had better given and think it the best remedy I goods and notion store to that place trial, With their facilities thus en- look sharp. Lightning may strike have ever found for rheumatism. , shortly. B F' Davis, M. D., Sturgeon, Mo. larged they burely can and will do a somo of them next. boys a call. larger business. Give the Mr. Simeon Payiuywho lives at the Great reduction in French and stone forks of tho Versailles and Georgetown China for next JJ0 days to make room Messrs. Richardson and Hawkins Day .v Haff. a rather unexpected for new goods. continue to deliver their unrivaled turnpikes, had If you want a good juicy steak, sweet Black Italian watermelons In town. present last Sunday night, in the shape hams, bacon or lard go bal certainly the finest and of a bouncing girl baby. Some heait yer's store, No 2'23 Main to .Mackoppo These arc street, parents caused the little waif to we have seen this less largest melons that site Dr. uuvalrs residence. o patch is yield- be loft' on the platform in front of Mr. season. Their, Payne's store. Mr. Payno brought the ing thorn a handsome return. Just young lady to town and delivered her Farmers and Mechanics. try one of those melons, and you will over to Judge Save money and doctors' bills. ReThomson. Any married be more than satisfied as to their quallieve your mothers, wives and sisters folks who have no bairns of their own by a timely purchase, of Dr. Bosanko's ity. can get a first class girl baby by calling Cough and Lung Syru: , best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Judge. Prof. T. M. Turner and wife returned on the Bronchial of feet ions. Relieves Chillast week from their summer vacation. A may of croup Great Sliow Given lUast dren hundreds in one night,Price o0 save you cts. of dollars. The Professor will reopen Dudley InNigral by tlae Blaverly and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by stitute on Monday, September Kith, in 2 Company. Hughes it Chiles placo pf the 0th as heretofore announced. This prosperous school will If 'out ot sorts' with lipndscho, stomach Last night Boyd's Opera House was i!lonler, torpid 1vor, l'U' In back or sldi-- , resume its sessions at the place where packed to overflowing with an audiI'tc . nrclcct nir ho Intnl. One ilosi of Ktroua 3?ill3 will Rlvo rellfi it was originally founded tho old ence that represented the wealth and AluwUuiCM asmatlvoiiuw health and vigor. rcsioio 10 Hanna propprty, in South Frankfort, culture of Omaha, to witness tho best minstrel on Second, at tu end of Bridge street. the city. performance ever given in To make such a declaration Cure for Piles. .a a in relation to a purely American feaThe earthquake which visited our ture of the world's amusemen t after tho Piles are frequently preceded by a city on Tuesday night last seems to institution has had nearly half a cen- sense of weiirht in the back, loins and of the abdomen, causing have visited almost every section of tury of continuous popularity, would lower part iu hupjhisu jih kuuu emoseem impossible to bo well founded, me piuieiii the country. Jt was especially severe especially to tho blaae theatre-goer- s and tion of the kidneys or neighboring or and disastrous in its effects in Charles- minstrel patrons. The statement is gans. At times, symptoms ot indiges ton, S. C , aivl the adjacent cities. The true, however, and the distinction was tion tire present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like loss, both ot'lifoaud property, was ap- easily won by Ilaverly's Minstrels. The solos and choruses in tho first perspiration, producing a very disa palling. It is feared that hundreds of part were the perfection of harmony greeable itching, auer getting warm, Jives were lost In Charleston, as tho and expression in song The jokes is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedplaco seems so demoralized Unit It is were new and crisp, and told hi new ing and Itching Piles yield at onco to application of Dr. Bosanko's impossible to give even an estimate of ways The orchestra was very artistic, tho Romedy,which acts directly upon and each and every act was put on the Pile lo:;S either in life or property. stage in that masterly and gorgeous the parts effected, absorbing tho Tu manner so characteristic of Col. Havor-ly- . mors, allaying tne intenso itching, and Miss Lizzie K. Dehoney, one of our The first part closed with a neat effecting a permanent cure. Price f0 most charming young ladles, and a 1 and highly amusing sketch entitled, cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Co., teacher at the Institute for Feeble- "Tho Liverpool Club." When the Medicine& Chiles.Piqua, O. Sold by specialty portion of tho programme Hughes minded Children, was married in Lou- was reached each act proved to be new, isville, on Wednesday, at tho residence and all were of much more than ordiof her mother, by Row Geo. P. Rugby, nary merit in conception anil executo Mr. K. II. Gralin, Of Olive Hill, tion. Space forbids mention of each individual excellence, and where all Carter county, Kentucky. We have are so clever it might seem an injustice T1IT niUOK COTTAGE. NO COS MAIN SHKKT, 1 t iliiliu: four looms, and I'll rcuconubl') conwu- no acquaintance with Mr. Gralm, but to mention any one act or person. K'tict's Thin prop rly la mw occupied by Mw. Kule Mnlionoy, und possession cannot bo i;ivcn wall tho wo hear him highly spoken of by those Herald. loai or next Apru. Opera House Thursday, September For terms ot sale apply to who know him. Out best wishes L. I), or MIX. MARSHALL, 9. the happy pair. tt Lo.ST.-Somewhere For cheap crockery of all kinds call Caldwell will preach at frRANKFORT ItUUNDABUUT. after- at Day & Half's. the Franklin Church a noon at 8:30 o'clock. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 4, 1880. Dr. W. B. Rodman will take an ofllce Mr. 55. Taylor Collins killed a two near Dr. Hume's, In the Capital Hotel, wishes An exporlonccd year old heifer this week that weighed on Tuesday, tho 7th, and resume his to write up, pent or bnhuico books nt practice. night. Parties (Wring the servlca of MOO pounds and was as fat as butter. m at same AVill ndtlma P. O. Box 375, Thomas Hunter, County Superinhas been suggested, and we think It 2t. Frankfort, Ky. tendent, has $100 worth of books doRev. R. 13. booU-keoper Bangor A lu'Ioctr il emil or coucn may ti J'ni'iiinmil'i.coiisi'iJintloti or other fatal Strong's Poctoral PlilrJ "M euro a ro'il nt liyimtulc. Iiit ililuctor tlynpppMlit.lii ! icmiI . dM-ase- R. ROGERS, -- digestion, sick headache us thousands testify, DEALER IN- - Foit Rent The store to the right of tho main entrance of Odd Fellows' Temple, with small room up stairs Possession given September 1st. Apply to E. A. FlOJ,MEK. o5-t- f. t Fon Sale on Rent. My residence in South Frankfort. I have also for sale some very desirable building lots at low prices and reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs. Col. Jouett or Kich. II. Taylor. Aug. 2S, '80-2t. COFFIN'S, &a. km Ik ui Window Mm A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, AH n. Ayer'a AgueCure, when used according to directions, is warranted to eradicate from tho system all malarial diseases, such as Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, and Bilious Fevers, and disorders of the liver. Try it. The experiment will cost you nothing if a cure is not effected. Mrs. Green's school will her residence, Monday, Sept. re-op- FRANKrORT. KY May L. tho latest stylo furniture constantly In stcck. TON. I . COMI W. C MACKLI.V. C0A1PT0X & MACKLM, at 0. I'lUU'METOKS td ELKHORN HOLLER MILLS, Burmese ware in plush and peach blow finish for painting at Philip Selbeut's. at Something New. HAVE THE FILL Roller System, AND MANUFACTURE When When oho ita3 a Child, she cried for Castorift, she clang to Castorift, When alio hccamo-Mlos- , had Children, she gare them CMtoria, Whea the Bby tu slot, its gare her Castorta, Six of the beet grades of th best Flour made in the world. Itol Squaro Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap Jau.2 lf?C-l- MOTEYSAVBD -- BY GOING TO SEE- i Bruisfs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bucklen's Arnica Salve The Best Salve in tho world OCT. lw for w t.i i mi --mSi i To-morro- w Fou Sale on Rent. The residence of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. Lock box ll.'J, Frankfort, Ivy. Farmers having real good butcher1 stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices bv calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main f!4-t- f. street. two-stor- 43-t- f. s. e, V. Jan. BERBERICHJ 23-6- PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I bought from Mix. Addle Garrett, administratrix of E. Whltosldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the THE NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-hal- Furniture and Undertaking And have sold f ti-l-t- t. ten-acr- Interest In my business to The most wonderful Pnin-Ciirtho vorld. has over known. Your money will be returned it' not found, as represented. cr W. S. DEHONEY And hereafter the stjle of the firm will be STATEN s 8-- tf & DEHONEY, Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. Ami the business will be continued at the old stand or Whltt-slde& Stolen, No. 218 St. Clair Mitet. May JAS. T. STATEN. 1 W1L CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , POTTAGE. WITH GARDEN ATTACHED. IN termn. s Belle Point, en reasonable REUBENApply to Aug. J CDUE BROWN, SEW PLANING MILL. AND Sisal SstateAg-ont- , PRACTICE IN TUE C0DRTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, und will alvo givepeciul attention to the purchase ind sitle of rtul cstwto, collection of rents, oliiituf, and tho negotiation ot loans. Office npposltc Court IIouso. J.M. WAKEFIELD II avingrccontly added to hi A Establishment First-CIas- s Tinning Mill, to i June 2J-l- y. Is now prepared furnish all kinds of h mhm OreOr bftadiwretloD. eta Bentfitalna day; Oaron uiuall within a month. No Deception nor Quackery. PobIUto lroof, full description and !?J.t?r.ll?,dv2 InpUln iwxled enTolopo. t roe. KKLS MEDiaiL CO., i.0. Drawer JWanflalo. N.T. Sash, Doors, Blinds, F?amos, Molding ALSO for-11- Iioctorx ailing HtuihiKa. Ifervouuacui W eotoioHs, JiRck of Strength, Vigor or JJsvoloprasnt, (UtiifKl A QUICK, PERMAHyiT. CERTAIN CUREFCR oreis. Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- & Turnin m mm i Gotten out in tho Dost Style. . uul tf 1 ml rl. at-te- nd lffl rrgSte? O Jr, lb Best Waterproof Coat. ThoFISttUUANOELICKEUI warranted waterproof, en a will kf.p jou dry In ttia tii.iliJt mnnn, Tho nrrro:i3IH. 8UCKUSU a ptrfrit rMliiK coat, ami ruveni its entlru tulila. Jlnwars of ImilFitloni. Kouo si nulna without tb "Full UranJ'' tnto-lim-r. illoalratiM cataloru tree. A. J. Tower. Hoatun, iltiti, Cfl .y WSU BR& &ssswrycw '? f . .. f u .t1" Mm$: t -. i .if ? - 'i a:. v; te. & ; .T V JiV' i ,. k.lV It-"-. kV ,' f1 w JTa Fannie Bullock, of Frankfort, visiting friends in this section. Mr. J. W. Hampton, of Midway, is visiting friends at Stedmanville. ISloomingtoil. Mrs. Ryland Bedford left here ThursMips Lulio Youut snout Inst Snturdny nnd Sundny visiting nor parents in the day to attend the fair at Lexington. Misses Lena and Loulie Crane are Bald Knobs. visited his cousins, visiting relatives in South Frankfort. Mr. Henry Settle Messrs. John and Bob Noel, of Wood-lak- e Dr. Thompson killed thirteen rice tliis week. birds last Monday at one shot. Who Mr. Milton Arnold traded his brown can beat" it? Fitzgerald, mare. Juglcr, to Mr. Born. On the 30th of August, to the for n large gray horse. wife of Mr. Henry Penn, near StedMr. Jack Long is improving his manville, a daughter. hduse. Mr. Nick Graham is the conMiss Lulu Coleman returned home tractor and carpenter. last Sunday evening from a visit to Mr. Dan. Pickett left last week for relatives at Peak's Mill. Cairo, Illinois, to reside, to the regret Mr. Robert Frazier, of Woodlake, of his many friends here. left last Tuesday for Hot Springs, Died. At the residence of Mr. Jas. Ai'Kunsas, lor nis neaitn. Carr, Wednesday August 24th, Mr. A protracted meeting will commence Ben. Wise, of consumption. at Buck Run Church evenMrs. E. M. Bates, widow of the late ing at early lamp light. John C. Bates, of Pewee, is visiting Preaching every Sunday morning at relatives in this neighborhood. Mt. Pleasant Church until further Miss Nancy Gravitt is lying very ijl notice, by Rev. F. W. Morgan. at her residence near this place. Dr. Mr. Frank Head had a partial para-leti- c S. F. Smith, of Frankfort, is attending stroke last Saturday, and has been in a critical condition ever since. her. Born. August 23, to the wife of Mr. Mr. Dan. Gaines and daughters, Misses Ellen and Lee, Mis Mattie White, Millard Wilkerson, a daughter; and and Messrs. Willie and Mode Webster, on the 20th inst., to the wife of Mr. of Woodford, visited friends near this Lloyd Featherston, a daughter. place lust week. The teachers of this county 'will meet at Switzer AJso the Tioga. Sunday school of that place will have a picnic, and a grand time is antici. It is feared that Zeko Yocum has met with foul play. Lucifer, his pated. School will open iu the new school-hous- e nephew, is suspected. Monday morning. It is said to Thanks to Mr. Warren Pulliam, of be the best in the county. Will the Aperient Springs, for his first sub- Secretary of the Teachers' Association the scription to the Roundabout. let us know when they will come out Bradstreets report no failures at Tio- and dedicate our new house? ga or Buford the past week, but stocks Mosquito bars at lowest prices at hold firm, with light demands. Stnteii ct Dehoney's Mr. Bance Peyton is building a manHis brother sion at New Bald Knob. Bellepoint. Neely will soon erect a business house store. on Main, opposite the drug Him Dam Moore, of Benson, was in Mr. Horace Harrod has moved his town Tuesday. fine grist mill to Flat Creek, where a Mr. B. F. Firestone has moved to full band of adjacent whistles will not South Frankfort. drown the music of his own shrill Miss Loulie Merchant is visiting piper. friends in Louisville. Mr. Noel Lee, of Bald Knob, begins Mrs. Edna Grinstead and son, Fredto exhibit superior talent as an artist. His drawings excel anything yet seen die, are visiting friends in Midway. in the public journals. As a caricaMr. W. H. Lewis has just completed turist he has few superiors. a large livery stable on Benson street. Mr. Eli McDaniel, late Republican wife Mr. candidate for jailer, is ready to join the friends Ed. Roberts andBensonvisited Saturparty when convinced that day andnnd relatives at Democratic Sunday. Democracy means that a few pete shall Henry White, colored, was fined $1 rule the majority against their will. and cost by Judge Hardie last week Mr. John Bell reigns at Hatton. for beating his wife. The sovereigns of Europe command Mr. Ed. Hansbrough has bought a respect by the point of the sword. M r. Bell wins respect by his gentle man- lot from Mr. J. N. Crutcher, and will ners, love and friendship to his fellow-me- build a residence this fall. Mr. Thos. Lock, who has been visitDr. Adams reports an extensive ing Mrs M. L. Todd, returned to his practice out of town, but says that one home in Louisville Tuesday. professional visit in a century would Mr. R. S. - suffice for Jacksonville. This town is Flat Creek Brawner was visiting on entirely too healthy for a physician Some think Saturday and Sunday. he means business this with a large family. time. The infant son of Mr. Warren PulThe sidewalk on Benson street has liam, but 21 years old, is a prodigy. been extended to Jas. Simpson's blackHe can dance on a table, jigs, horn- smith shop. It was built by the citipipes, and all the figures performed by zens on west Benson street. a first clas dancing master with marMr. S. T. Pence had his foot mashed velous agility. by the carriage at the Champion Saw The great millenium appears to the Mill last week. He is limping around Nearly attending to business this week. good people of Sandritne. every man, woman and child is being Mr, J. W. (Dood) Gilpin has returnconverted to religion through the ed from the country, where lie has preaching of the well known faith been for a month for the benefit of his divine, Bro. Frazier. health. He is very much improved. Prof. Hunter has at length obtained ' that office of honor and trust which FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. Don't think that we didn't feel the the enlightened masses had long sought trustees, who earthquake. for hiin. A few low-bre-d stood against him to protect their obon a Mr. and Mrs. F. sequious teachers, begin to "believe visit to Lexington. P. Lewis are and tremble." Miss Minnie Todd returned home Cols. Thomas B. Ford and John L. Monday evening from a visit to friends Scott, of Frankfort, may remain at Versailles. by the people of the present School commences over hereon Mongeneration, but those of the next shall day, with the expectation of a large sing their praises when the flowers yet attendance. unborn shall bo blooming upon their Messrs. G. Alex. Robertson, John patrigraves. These two ots bore with christian fortitude "the W. Gaines and son, Howard, went to slings and scorns" of a pharaohic san- the Lexington Fair Tuesday. Bellepoint is to lose one of her most hedrim at your State Capitol. When that certain apostate synarchy had de- attractive young society men, Mr. John creed to steal from the defenseless in- D. Zeigler, who leaves Monday next nocents a quarter of a million of their for Centre College, Danville. school fund, Cols. Ford and Scott, Mr. Albert Crutcher paid his parents two valiant knights of honor, buckled a short visit the first of this weok. He on their whole armor, marched into informs us of his intention of locating, the field, put the enemy to flight and about the middle of next month, at licirrnno unil flnnllv rwnntiirwl fnr tlin Los Anglos, Cal. children of Kentucky over $2oO,000. Young Tracy, who was so badly injured at the Champion Saw Mill about a month ago, is, through the skillful Forks of jQlkliorn. treatment of Dr. James C. Ely, going around, and is almost recovered. hogs in demand. Stock It looks as if Bellepoint has started tCider mills in demand. an opposition to M. A. Dauphin. This week there was a hog rallied. Mr. 'Corn crop will he extra good. Franklin Pearce Lewis was the lucky Hemp cutting and dove hunting. winner. Next week there will be a Buy you a now buggy of J. II. Bur-di- fine cow rattled, and so on. Our young boys have organized a base ball club, and are ready to receive Mr. William Ireland's little boy is challenges from all clubs under fifteen quite sick with flux. years ot age, Matax Gaines was electMr. Leo Church, of Texas, is visiting ed captain. Zip Merchant treasurer, and Bug Fisher secretary. relatives near Stedmanville. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Miss is ment of passengers, every berth being taken, and n jollier sot of passengers wo never saw before; tlioy laughed immodorately, nnd there was not n single case of during tho voyage. The only Herious occurrence during tho trip was a few who nearly choked with laughter. As n comedian John Thompson ennuot be surpassed; his versatility is astonishing, nnd imitntion is out of tho question. who nmkes n tour of tho world every evening. Ho started again last night iu tho good ship "Acadomy of Music," with n full comple- pared with John Thompson, the coineilinn, Mnuil 8. has a remarkable record for ileet-nes- s, but hor velocity is onl trivial na com- &VwQS - - , - -- W; PMg&ttb Often Mlced. but seldom answered gtlfa!torflrt " I thsra a remedy known to tho medlcM profession that will allay the sufferings peculiar to woman who are subject to Dyimenorrhm nd tta attendant diiooraforts?" At the Opera House September 13th. " I haro deriTod particularly gratifying results from the use of Tonirallno In cases of Dysmenorrhea. Iu the case of a lady of rheumatlo condition, and a chronlo sufferer from this dlwwiso, who had been driven almost to the verse of Insanity byher monthly sufferings. Its action has boon most satisfactory. It relieved hor promptly, and she now passes the once dreaded periods with but Httlo discomfort. I could mention other instances of a similar eharaetor, but this is a remarkable oase " T P Fit AZKlt, M D TerelsVetleHoryoui It has bee?found fri Head what an eminent phyalrtan has to say upon the antyectt W!l$$fcSNil Educational. Whole number of applicants examined for teachers' certificates from June loth to August 23d 2!). 22 White Colored No. of 1st class No. of 2d classs No. of 3d class No. that failed 7 KIffi A. A. MELLIER, Sole Prop'r,'00 m2SKST K Ave Capital City iachioe Works J. B. EV3 AGENT FOR Trustees will bear in mind that un- J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com- Vf der the new school law they have the pany's Peerless Threshers and Kalamazoo Spring Tooth power to levy a tax for building, repairing or furnishing a Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider without taking a vote of the district Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler THOS. HUNTER, thereon. C. S. S. of Franklin county. Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps 17 3 4 eek, Propre.tor. Saw-mil- l, r school-hous- e, to-da- y The School Board addressed a very polite official note to the City Council at its last meeting, requesting it to order the tablet that was placed on the old school building to be replaced on one of the walls of the new building, to commemorate tho time when the system of free schools was organized in this city. The records show that when the vote was taken, a large majority of the Council have said that they don't want the names of John Maon Brown, J. M. Mills, and Dennis L. Haly, those warm 'and staunch friends of the public school In its gloomy days to adorn the walls of the new school building to tell the stranger who may come this way, or the future pupil who may be educated at this temple of learning, that such true friends ever lived in this community. Say, gentlemen, are you ashamed of them? If so. let it be known. Perhaps the qualified voters of the city will remember you at the next election. A All of the above claim are the best in the market. I keep them stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Frank-- " fort, Ky. T. T in Jnn :s." 3vEng:m MsmrmmtMM sBsjS5SBjsjajAMJU KENTUCKY'S E0UTE EAST -- iytfM DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE , ron- nSIIIEIII, PHILADELPHIA THE ONLT LINE 4 NEW nib 8$r. ;' O APITAI KOT3IIN FRANKFORT. KY.. Running Pullman fCew Sleeping Cars ron FltOM - wmWk J ''fef .' The Franklin Church. The Presbytery of Louisville in connection with the Southern Assembly, through its commissioners, which met in Shelbyville last week after hearing the petitions which had been presented in proper and regular form from the Franklin and South Frankfort churches for union into one organization, Resolved, "That the joint petition of the two congregations be granted, and their action in the premises approved. And to this end the Franklin Church is hereby dissolved, and the members and officers of that church are transferred as such to the roll of the South Frankfort Church and incorporated therewith." The Church as now consolidated is known as "The South Frankfort Presbyterian m SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1886. Louisville, SATURDAY, NOVEM'R 20. 1886. All cases or BLIND or BLEEDING 1'ILES cured bytlio Brlnkerlioa; urstem without csino the knife or lioatuue iind without any puln. CiiK-imml- i & Lwiii'Mon, 1 WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains for FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH LYNCHIiUHU, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL r- .' Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, 'f Vl 1 ft, n. UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, ulso treated. E For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlcket-o.'Hc- PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as tho Itching Is only u symptom of tho disease that exists In thn lower buucl. REFERENCES. W. J. UUOIIES. Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. C. W. SMITH, General Managor, Richmond, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., Vihoinia. Sun church." A Child Healed. My little daughter, at the age of five years, was afflicted witli a very painful Pamphlets describing these dlsenses sent free to Something every man, woman and child should do, and bear In mind that the and disfiguring eruption on her face any one by addresslug that baffled the skill of the physicians. South Side J)rug Store KELLEY, ffl. D., W. I gave her Swift's Specific, and less Hius tho largest and cheapest lino of hair, cloth than one bottle cured the disease enshoe, tooth, and nail brushes ever shown at one 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, J. L. Buitan. tirely. time In the city. Athens, Ga., June 1G, 1885. CONSULTATION FREE; BRUSH UP! x W4 I. un-honor- ed non-j)olitlc- al Early in October, 1884, I was taken with inflammatory rheumatism so that I was confined to my bed, and could not even move the toes on one of my feet. I could not bear to have my clothes changed or to be handled in anywise. With all the remedies administered I found no relief. A friend seeing the advertisement of S S S. as a rheumatic cure, secured some for me. This was in February, 188o, and after taking six small bottles I noticed a change in the feeling of the limbs, and could turn over in bed almost without assistance or pain. After a dozen bottles had been used I could walk on crutches. I am now able to walk without crutches, and to do the cooking for a family ot four, and nearly all the Mrs. Fannie E. James. Hephzebia, Richmond Co., Ga., June 21, 1880. From a Grateful Heart. Dec. 26-l- I. 0. ( F. 75 styles and prices hair brushes 50 cloth " " ' 60 " shoe " Don't fall to examine the line at LODGE. NO. C, MEETS EVERY HON-danight Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LEE A. OWEN, N. O. J. R. Williams, Sec. April -- f JOSEPH LeCQMFTE'S THE 80UTH SIDE DETTG STOEE, PKANKFORT, , AND ICY. PROPRIETOR OF THE IS. BIH, 11 FAMOUS GEN. EA MIS COLOGNE & LECOWPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. ! Hi H0M(E0PATHISTS July Mm. Choice ALL ) Coal Cheap. l OPPICE GIT HdlJ&.X2? ST. DR. J. S. COLLINS, housework. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Prices. Telephone connection No. 80. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, rFFICE, Atlanta, Ga. J Teeth DENTIST, GEO. S. MACIILI2ST, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT, KY. - Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox-vllle, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' extracted without puln by the use of nmr.2U-t- f Oxide (or laughing) gas. Nitrouse n. SI .00. lent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found MRS. MARY T. RUNYAN, Principal. it to be all that you claim for it, desire ANNUAL SESSION OF to testify to its virtue. My friends to THE commence on whom 1 have recommended it, praise 1 this school lll SEPTEMBER 6th. 188C. MONDAY, it at every opportunity." For terms etc., address the principal. td. 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