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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886091801 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. . The Frankfort Roundabout. QEORSEA LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR i Volume X. FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 18, 1886. Number 1, i BRIMFULL.OF BUSINESS! - r NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS 'OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A 1 t;LARGEWELL SELECTED STOCK TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think we can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. ..QUE c fc FURNISHffl IS aOMIFlLiEmEl -VsT-ITK: GOODS STAPLES -- DEPARTMENT AJfcTO itovelties. HI fl'UU UU n TAILORING DEPARTMENT IS OUR PRIDE! i In it you can find any kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. COME TO SEE US. We IP will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. s ?,id-- .' -- . , Lost. A bunch of keys, on Sept. Try Ayer's Pills, and be cured. Tongaline is an excellent remedy street. Finder Misery is a mild word to describe the in rheumatism and neuralgic diseases. will please leave them at this office mischief to body and mind caused by A. P. Hendekson, M. D., Martin-villhabitual constipation The regular and be rewarded. 8, 188ti, on St. Clair HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. R. K. McCLURE e, "'?J The following is a copy of a bill of sale found by Capfc H. I. Todd among the papers of his grandfather, Judge Harry Innes: Know all men by these presents that I Robert Andrews of ye City of VMiamsburgmth hy these presents bargained & sold & do hereby bargain & sell unto Harry Innes of yo county of Bedford one mulattoe man slave named Peter for & In consideration of the quantity of Eight thousand Dounds welchtof uett tobacco, which s'd slave is vested in the Heirs of Robert Ballard by virtue of ye last Ayxil a, Testament of John Ballard deceased lato of York county, to have & to hold ye s'd slave to the s'd Harry Innes his Heirs & Assigns forever and ye s'd Robert Andrews for himself & his Heirs the s'd slave to the s'd Harry & his holrs shall & will warrant & forever defend firmly by these presents. In witness whereof I havehereunto set my hand & seal this 13th day of November 1779. Seal Ron but Andrews Witness FjEiiDixcs Lewis James Thompson. action. use of Ayer's Pills, In mild doses, will restore the torpid viscera to healthy Mo. Resolutions of Respect . : Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his Mr. Elmer E. Pressell, late of the Fbankyort, Ky., Sept. 11th, 1886. At a regular mooting of Frankfort Arcade Shaving Saloon, Cincinnati, on of H., nt and Mr. Wra, Troutman, of the Lodge, No. 10, K. Sept. 14th,their Hall, fol1880, the Tuesday evening, Farmer's Hotel Barber Shop, Louis- ville, have accepted positions ' in Alex. Szymanski's shaving saloon in s this city. They are both artists and come well recommended, and all the customers of that popular establishment can rest assured that they will receive first-clawork. first-classs A Postmaster's Statement. - The negro man In question was afterwards captured by the Indians while at work on the farm of Judge lunes, iu this county, the place at present owned by Mr. Holt, lying on the Peak's MHLpIke, and was held a prisoner by them for six years, but was finally returned to Judge Innes through the instrumentality of Hon. John Brown, grandfather of Col. Orlando Rrown, Mrs. Barrett and Mrs Seott, of this city, who was U. S. Sonator from this State nt the time, and intluced the Indian Chiefs to bring him to "Washington with them when they came to that city to treat with the "Great Father," and sont him homo from there. He has a large nupiber of grand children and great grand children living in this section now. About three years ago there came upon mo a feeling of general debility, accompanied with loss of appetite and energy. Eventually rheumatism attacked me in my shoulders and arms, which so disabled me that I could not dress myself. Finally I had to give up my school, I was then engaged in teaching. The physicians tried various prescriptions, but failed to bring mo relief. In fact, some of them seemed to be at a loss to make a diagnosis of my case. The disease finally settled in my right hip and leg, and produced lumps under the skin and swelling of the limb, especially at the ankle, so that I could not rest at night or walk except with a crutch. Previously I had been a man of fine physique and strong constitution. Various remedies were tried but no permanent relief followed, and they wore abaudoned. Seeing a certificate of a case similar to mine that had been cured by Swift's Specific,' I concluded to try it. I commenced to improve on the first bottle. Have taken twelve bottles of the large and small, and am glad to say that I have been entirely relieved, and have had no symptom of the disease for more than twelve months. I recommend Swift's Specific to all my friends. R. L. Lewis, Postmaster. Central, S. C. Juno 19, 1880. Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease's mailed free. The Swift SrEOino Co., Drawer lowing preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whebeas, it has seemed good to the Ruler of the Universe to removo from among us our beloved friend and fellow member, John W. McClure. therefore, in view of the loss wo have sustained, nnd the still hoavior loss occasioned to his respected relatives, bo it, .Resolve Thnt the members of this lodge hereby deairo to express their sense of bereavement and griof at tho loss of one of their most vzorthy mombors, nnd to record the onjoyment nnd'profit which they have long had iu th genial sooiul qualities of the deceasod. Resolved That we sincerely sympathize with tho relatives and near friends of our lato beloved Brother, and that we respectfully commend them for consolation to that Divino Power, which, though sometimes inscrutable in its dispensations, yet, 'dooth all things well, feeling sure that to them, as to us, there is comfort in the knowledge that tho deceased was honorable and manly in all respects. Resolved, That in token of our sorrow at tho death of our beloved Brother, the members of our Lodge wear a badge of mourning for thirty days. Resolved, That tho Reporter of this Lodge is instructed to send a copy of theso resolutions to tho family of tho also n copy to tho papors of Frankfort, Ky., for publication as a testimonial of our griof and sympathy. FALL & WINTER STOCK OP- - BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF r". '!Sl Tt v' &C. V- -4 SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &0. CAPITAL EL Gc. - VH , rt.S if f & d, A Philip. Skmjert, A. T. Y. T. t Todd, Readinq, Committee, . Keynote to Health. MA.TTERIST, Prop'r, KENTUCKY. ART GALLERY Oct. 2;-- tf. ! Health is wealth. Wealth means Main Street, Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House, independence. The Keynote is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, tho best Cough Syrup in tho world. Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Chest, Bronchitis and primary consumption. Onedoso gives relief in of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of every case. Take no other. Price Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated f0 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes FRANKFORT, M 51 y Atlanta, Ua. & Chile3. 1 I at home. W MfL P' & vr 1 ' ' , ; hswsmbw sMsawsMBBiaBS FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered nt the as Bccond-clna; post-offlc- o mm niMiiri win miwi iiiiiii mil jmiMiujiiwiiiiiwi in LML r. at Frankfort, Keutuckr, mailable matter. ur ft-- T. Hendrick will preach at tho Southern Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning and at the Franklin Church afternoon at 8 How .1. 820,000 G'-L-jw) 820,000 BOUGHT AT THE GEORGE A. LEWIS, ' FRANKFORT, -- o'clock. Rev. Geo. Darsie left Tuesday afternoon for a week's visit to Boston. There will be no preaching at the morning Christian Church or night. Messrs. C. r TEZZInTO-the celebrated at SEPTEMBER 18, 188G- - stocz:! by Frankfort's Centennial Cen- ir John Marsh Moore and C. two of the employes at the Allen, Hermitage Distillery, will walk a match from this city to Louisville totrom house of August Bernheim morrow morning, leaving the front Of G o'clock a. & Bauer, of the Court HoiMe at in. Mr. John E. Jones,, who has the contract for putting up part of the stonework of the dam across the river at Beattyville, was in the city several offered us, and will best values These goods days the first of the week and reports the work progressing finely. be marked cess. Our most active, sensible and He says that with no interference wealthy citizens, as well as the poor- from high water it will bo completed er ones, have taken hold of the en- by December. terprise with equal energy and are moving along with it with equal deMr. Buford H. Trabue, of Louisto make its success com- ville, and Miss Fannie Murphy, of termination plete. The striking feature about it, tliis county, were married at the resand the one that makes its success be- idence of tl e bride's mother, near the . yond a doubt, is, that there is no dis- Forks of 'Elk horn, on Wednesday cord about it no such thing as one evening at 8 o'clock, Bev. G. F. days for cash only. Now is for all time to faction or party or church or society Bagby officiating. The happy young running it in fact it is a movement couple left the same evening on the by the whole people and there are no C. & O. train lor a trip to Old .Point, Washington, and New York. big persons nor little persons in it equal, and all realize this but all are Capt. Thos. C. Jones, Consul to lively feature and are working toof brothers, as Funchal, Island of Mnddra, sent Mr. gether like a band they ought. The people are subscrib- D. C. Crutcher several photographic ing liberally, and already the Finance views of that city and surroundings, -Committee have raised between 81 ,000 a few dayssince", in which the familiar and $2,000, and much more will be form of the Captain is conspicuous, subscribed. The people are register- and he looks terribly lonesome. The A littlejlaughter of Suire John V. ing rapidly, and already some 15 or following note accompanied them: 20 reports have been well prepared Dear Dal.: Bohannan was bitten through the Come in and let's tako some Old chin Monday by a vicious dog beand filed, and fifty more are expected, John? Has Ed. How's Crow. covering every material feature of Bryan been around lately? Give my longing to Mr. Canada Goin. The dog was promptly killed by his ownFrankfort's history from the statistics love to Uncle Hi. DEALERS IN- wooden'bridge and Frankfort's er. of the The many friends of Rev. G. C. famous drift pile. The ball is now Mr. Chas. W. Saffell was plowing Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, fcc.,. will be no Kelly, in this city, will be, glad to fairly in motion and there field, on the Lawrenceburg such thing as letting up until after know that he has been returned here in his Thursday afternoon, when his pike, the 6th of October. Let the watch- for another year by tho Kentucky team started to run away. He held A3VN STREET, NO, word be, ForwardI all along the line. Conference, which has been in session the lines manfully, but one of & at Winchester the past week. Rev. on to broke at the bit and flew back, them && Sunday morning's Killing:. E. L..Southgate. was made Presiding striking him 'in the., right eye, inElder in the Covington District, Rev. Ben. Wallace, a'young white man D. A. Beardsley goes to Maysville, flicting a wound which came near & MoSHEJfflY who tends the farm of Mrs. W. T. Rev. J. H.Young to Winchester, Rev. costing him the sight of that organ. Drills, Dudley, a mile from the city, on the Dr. E. Hiner to the Shelby Circuit, Breaking PL ws, O.'d 'Hickory 'Wagons Versailles pike, was returning home Dr., Morris Evans to the Garrard Fe- HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE. from this city, about two o'clock Sun- male College at Lancaster, Roy. J. T OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE MY HOUSE Cutting Boxes, Corn SKellere, Cider Mills, I und lot situated on Broadway street, between day morning, when he discovered W. Mitchell to Falmouth, and Rev. Ann und High. The house contains eight large A general assortment of Hardware; lull some,hogs, in one of his corn fields, J. E. Wright to Williamstown.iRev. rooms, with kitchen and servants rooms. The lot stock of Harness nnd Saddlery; seed Is about fifty feet front and runs back about one and started across the field to scare Jos. Rand is returned as Presiding hundred feet (ius, water, &c. and all In good re' JOHN T.GRAY, Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, them out, and in order to frighten Elder in this district, and Rev. H. H. pair. 4 Apply to Farmdale. Ky., &o. CSTfBICES GUARANTEED LOW, or JUDGE W. H. SNEED. them drew his pistol and fired it off Kavanaugh as Chaplain at the Peni Kte'5feiOTjRBWSg3Sy?t Frankfort, Ky. Sept. several times. He passed on through tentiary. '. t cSMALL FA;RM,F0R SALE. the field home and to bed. About 9 Mr. Win. H. Jones, one of the oldo'clock Sunday morning lie andr his T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM SITUATED ON 'T.r brothers returned to the' field to see est citizens of this county, and father I the Frankfort and Georgetown turnpike,' place u'orks mile if the hogs, were still there, when of Mrs, W.T. Gaines, of this city, has u neweast of th house. of Elkhorn. The outdwelling un1 all necessary m 40 und Hns jnst recived his lare thev discovered the dead body of was stricken with paralysis Sunday buildings, land, contains about of acres of good r f, which is about blue grass 'vPBbBHOIBPwvii Possession given at once. Wash Freeman, a negro, lying on the night from the effects of which he LLOYD FEATHERSTON. Srpt 17, ground, with a bullet hole in his chin. died, at his home near Bloomington, A sack of sweet potatoes lay near at 2 o'clock Thursday morning. He OFhim and the ears of corn he was en- was speechless from the time he was gaged- in stealing were scattered first stricken and passed away with CONTAINING 126 ACRES, LYING BETWEEN Stoves, Grates & Mantels. . the Kentucky 3r river and Frankfort- - and Mat very little apparent suffering. (He Creek turnpike, four und one halt miles from around'. , 7 ' Word was sent to this city und the was a Call and examine the- uewi? jurai V jovial old gentle- Frankfort, known as tne Jimies .good dwelllwr lUO,lUi:UliD VC'i IliyiuICT4, two Place ...... urtimuij dead body removed to the Court man, who made friends of all whom uuuscb; nu good cistern, iu the yard and n good ft, SOUTHERN ' QUEEN vatered;..u House, where an inquest was held he met. He was firm and true to vvell; two never falling springs on the place. For terms Monday morning by Coroner Phy-thia- his convictions of right? and with sepUMm. atmlr to G W.LEWIS & BROS. Wrought Steel Range, when the jury returned a ver- unfaltering zeal followed vhere those mtj,' aW'tJHBCfttFffB The new Library nmps,new'Gn Fixtures, dict tjmt he came to his death by a convictions led. For long years he tho famous gun bIM wound atthe hands of Ben. had been a member and officer of THK Wallace in the protection of his prop- Bethel Baptist Church, near Peak's J erty. Wallace was arrested, but re- Mill. His-losto the community is Semiannual Session of this school ' And to many other flefnl articles too nu' WILL COMMENCE leased on his own recognizance uutil great, as he could be illy spared merouc to mention, nil at the Wednesday, when he had an exam- where his influence was so great for TERMS FROM LOWEST HARDTIME PRICES. ining trjal before Judge R. A. Thom good. j. discharged. son and was What has become of the proposed Freeman, the negro killed, was a Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, T. M. TURNER, Principal. notorious thief, having served one or street car line from the upper end of July2Wm. gnu lining und plumbing two terms in the Penitentiary for .hog South Frankfort to Belle Point? It Give me a call, Stealing, and either he or some one certainly would be a paying investFARM FOR SALE! .." .else had been depredating upon the ment, for street railways are paying . 3E- - O?. THE GOOD FARM OF 250 frtrmoivi tn flint npi'rhlwirlirwirl nil institutions wherever tried. A sin- A Frankfort A OwentotiACRES, LYING ON ml es turnpike, seven S, . 5r Peak's Mill, three miles t;i summer. gle track, with switches nt convenient from Frankfort and a bargain. from a good stock is offered for sale at It is IFOIEB C. .v" points, would do the work, and the farm, nearly nil of it being In crass, and is well watered. There is a very goodlweJllnphouse.and LARGE NUMBER OF HOISTING HLCCKS. 14 MaJ. H. T. Stanton's new story, people would soon learn to rido on three or four tenant houses. Will be sold us a whole to suit purchasers. For terms address General Insurance Agent, A Inches, 12 Inches atul 10 ' dus, nil as od ait or in will bo commenced In them, forthere is no one who would or call lots J., W. Gaines, at tlie Sheriffs office, or new "The Kents," on Apply to JAMES B. GAINES, Frankfort, Ky, Office on Maiii St., Opposite farmers Bank. No. 1.G18 of Frank Leslie's Illustrated not pay a nickle to save it long walk. Aug. REPBE8ENTING' Newspaper on the 25th of this month. Besides, the suburbs of the city JOHN MEAGHER. 8opt4-i- f story and is would soon be built up when brought IS Lfadine American and Fdrojgn Crapanies, It i$ a strikingly original JAS. A. VI0&ETT, , ' characterized byj?reat strength und In close communication with the cenwith over -TT. ryCA originality of plot, while the charac- tral portion of the city by means of ASSETS. 100,000,000.00 ters possess an individuality which street cars. A charter wns obtained yVT LAW, "ERM paLlCIKSAVRlT.TEN OK FARM PBOP- - ATTOftNKV erty nt lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line ot holds the close attention of the reader from the last Legislature and Ithe any pAak'Kfobt, ky., Stoamsn! FRANKFORT, KY., In Great In. Prepaid Ticket sold from Apr. point from tfje outfit. It will bo read with Company organized by electing offiBrlttufn or Ireland, practice in the' circuit c6t'rts grqat pleasurt and Interest here at the cers, but has never gone to work. IT TILL PRACTICE IN ATjL THE COURTS IN Fidiiklln, Gallatin. Rnone. neatly exo-cute- fl and Grant counties,Cam.1 Court of Appeals,Owen In tho Job Work und W Franklin and adiacent counties. OFFICE Ud Major's home, as well as elsewhere Wnke up, gentlemen, and show the stairs,-ovei In thn Federal Court. juage Jr. u. Major's rtfee. &t thjs.oflice. mjv-t- t peole you mean business. throughout the State. AUg. tennial on the sixth of October will be the most imposing event that ever Tho Frankfort. in transpired crowd will be immense and tho ceremonies of the most interesting character. The stamps of complete success has been upon this movement ever since it was started last spring. There has not been a day since its inception when it was ever regarded in any other light than as a pronounced suc-- Trom present Indications tho Great Auction Sale! the Underwriters, represent the ever at the LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! LOWEST CASH PRIC ES! A GREAT REDUCTION thirty the In departments buy CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. CRUTCHER & STAR VXr&ZXrrtt JJ KLA.LL, MASTIN BROS 4c, 3 I5,3?, 3E25TO?TTC22:'3rGrain Eentucky and r 18-l- one-ha-lf 'one-hal- tot-to- J, 'Hcb-T, BUCKLEY -- J, 1886-l- FARM FOR SPRING STOCK kind-hearte- d, fKv-sii- i! 22ii22zzirizs n. Dudley Institute TVVKiTV-FIBS- T i. s job wok b: Z;. B-CTOK.LE'- T. HT7CHES, SPIELS. JOR, 21-lr- Attorney at Ldw9 . r li-tL P. .iv-j- y. will . Xr-i- ir.f. I ' i . vj U-s- l 'S , . i IT r ; pike to revive the custom of charg- Louisville Tobacco market. ing funerals through their gates. Wo consider tho move a very selfish FOBNISIIED BY OLOTER & DUBRETT, PBO- PBIETOBS LOUIHTIIjLE TOBACCO WABE- one, indeed. We hope for the credit FRANMFOIIT, KY., SEP., 18, 188d. HOUSE. of tho road they will recind their action. Tioga. Tho sales for tho week amount to 2,508 It was our pleasure, last Sunday, to hhds. with 1,260 hhds. roceipts forthosnmo Mr. Noel, of Bald Knob, spent n greet our old friend .and neighbor, period. Tho sales since January 1st few pleasant hours In your city last Rob. Owens, who amount to 98,633 hhds, which is only 1,781 Sunday. visits his old haunts. Bob is now the hhds. less than the enormous reoord of last of Belle Point honored Prof. Hule, of Stony Creek, has a and I tellmarshal feels his keepint. year for tho corresponding period. have Tho bettor grades of Burloy leaf you he school there. His little flourishing When he puts on his badge ho treads shown a little moro animation, but tho boys and girls are bright little daithe earth majestically, and his swag- market remains dull and depressed for sies x ger and strut is almost, If not quite, tho great bulk of tho offerings. The folCapt. .ob Applegate, a prominent as consequential as that of our exalt- lowing quotations fairly represent our market for Burley tobacco: educator in Scott, was a welcome ed president Conway. $2.50 to $3.C0 guest at the Teachers Association at Dark Trash In looking about for a suitable per- Colory Trash 8.50 to 4.50 Switzer last week. Legis- C.ommon Lugs, not colory. 3.50 to 4.00 son to represent us in the next The good people of Sandriffle have lature," we can think of no one whose Colory Lugs 4.50 to 6.00 subscribed cash enough to build a fine qualifications for the position are su- Common Loaf, not colory. 4.50 to 5.60 church. They fear no earthquake perior to those of Dr. E. E. Hume, of Good Leaf 6.00 to 9.00 now. Frankfort. In the language of An- Fine Leaf 9.00 to 14.00 is honest, Mr. Crutcher, of the firm of Crutch-e- r drew Jackson, "He hope to see he is Seleot Wrappery Tobacco. 14.00 to 20.00 once & Starks, is invited up here to the capable." And we In a lifetime the office seeking tho Citizens Meeting: at Peak's high land to stuff his body with pure man. Antioch will be solid. Mill for Frankfort Cenoxygen. Hawkeye. tennial, Oct. 6th, '86. Mr. Joseph Harrod, of Woodford, The meeting was called to order by G. deserves a shake for the'safe delivery Hloomington. ' W. Qaarles, who with appropriate remarks of news from here to the RoundaMr. James Carr went to Louisville stated the object of the meeting and the bout. last week to take his little blind request of Frankfort citizens and the Elder Frazier, the famous faith di- daughter, Mattie, who will attend President of Centennial celebration. vine, of Sweet Home, predicts an school at the State Institution for the T. N. Sullidan wns then elected President earthquake to shake up Sandriffle. of Poak's Mill precinct; C. Gran. Graham Bro. Frazier has shaken up the peo- Blind for the next ten months. Secretary. ple to religion down there by his Mrs. Sue Yount, of Bald Knob, is Committco of ladies on Docoration, , visiting friends in this neighborhood Art, tc: Mrs. Debbio Timmons, Misses faith doctrines. Lizzie Church, Ida Steele, Emma Stone, Our bad boy plunged his foot into this week. Jennie Hodges, Claudia Sullivan, Laura a caludron of boiling water to scald his Misses Katie Duvall and Julia Wal- Hockersmith, Anna Quarlos, KatoPilking-tomother's heart. The old lady ap- lace returned Monday from an extenand Nannie Forseo. Moved that all plies a soothing poultice and seems sive visit to friends in Owen county. moats bo dressed and sent to Peak's Mill to he consoled at the thought of her 5 Mr. John Wilson and wife, of by boo'clock p. m., October 5th, 1886, ready only son having such a strong tropisent to Frankfort. Woodford county, visited friends in to Company of volunteers called for with cal turn of mind. neighborhood last week. They G. W. Quarles, Captain; C. Gran. Graham, this Prof. Hunter. Superintendent of returned home Saturday accompani- 1st Lieutenant; Thos. E. Dailey, 2d LieuSchools, received "from Messrs. John ed by their little son, Master Rums Sergeant; tenant; G. F. P. Morton & Co., Louisville, $100 Mrs. Bee Wise and Miss Susie Carr Joseph Calvort, 2dSullivan, 1stWm. O'Nan, Sergeant; worth of school books which the be3d Sergeant; J. M. Sullivan, 1st Corporal; nevolent Superintendent intends to returned Sunday from a visit to Richard Stone 2d Corporal; Gill Gross, 3d friends near Frankfort. donate to children who are unable Corporal; James Harp, 4th Corporal. to pay. Thanks to Bio. John P. and Lost. A small shopping bag, conPrivates G. R. Bacon, Joe Gib30n, Bro. Hunter for favors to the child taining some money and several ar- Mason Flynn, Thomas Wilson, J. W. ren . ticles of value which the finder will T. D. Ellis, Pat. Wallace, Wm. Bloomlrigton Dailey, R. H. Graham, J. R. Dailey, G. E. Our little Jimmie caught a live please leave at It is supposed and Wiley, G. T. Graham, Ace Wiley, Morris to snake and put it into his pa's boot. receive reward.somewhere near Long Hockersmith, S. S. Hawkins, A. B. Bacon, have been lost His father had just returned from a Branch. F. M. Bramble, S. C. Lawrence, J. F.Walweek's visit to the city and now the lace, James Roberts, L. C. Ellis, A. C. old man sees reptiles all over his bed Ollie, theVtle daughter of Mr. Johnson, J. T. Wallace, C. G. Gregory, A. and the boy tells him his clothes "is Dick Wiley, is quite sick this week. H. Johnson, V. H. Johnson J. W. Dougfull of em." Jerry Messrs. Colon Jones and Thomas las, J. P. Stafford, J. E. was presented Hayden, of Farmdale, passed through Chambers, A. C. Hamptoi WJ. I. Sames, Mv. Ann Pulliam G. T. B. Innos, m. Gregory, with an infant squirrel, which she our village Tuesday to visit friends L. H. Dailey, H. M. O'Nun Alox Kring, W. O'Nan, C. to a cat with kittens. The hun- near Long Branch. gav j M. Long, Richard Jenkins, R. H. Snter. gry squirrel flew under the cat and Ir. Steve Hawkins Major sold last The meeting adjourned to assemble at to dine with the kittens commenced Bloomington this afternoon at 2 o'clock, before Mrs. Puss had time to think. Saturday, to Mr, James Clay three short-horne- d The nest is removed from the smoke and one Jersey cow at a fancy heifers and in the mean timo tho subscription price. houe but the cat insists in carrying paper Is being passod around. " family back and the squirrel as Mrs. Sue Satterwliite, of Eminence, her gentle as the rest. came up Sunday night to attend the Forks of Elkliorn. sick-be- d of her father, Mr. William Alltiocli. Jones. Pap has returned from the cllfts. Thanks to Mrs. Ryland Bedford for Tobacco cutting is now in order. . Corn cutting has begun. subscribing to the Roundabout. Never before have we had a more magnificent crop of this staple. Also EDUCATIONAL. Dr. J. Coleman went to Louisville the greatest abundance of good fruit. this week on a business trip. The mass meeting of tho Franklin Mrs. Martha Walston is now occu- Mr. Lewis Lea and son, "Walker, ying her new store house, and the Teachers' Association and the SwitzUnion picnic, com- are spending a few days at Hatton one-horgrocries will have to er Sunday-schoittle held at Switzer on last Satur- this week. stand from under. The great com- - bined,September 4th, was a scene long things very cheap to day, makes Every body like-- j a good thing and to be remembered. From early dawn he consumer. that is why so many take the Roundall avenues were blocked with carButler Gloro has made a large ad- riages. The seating in the sequester- about. dition to his tobacco barn in order to ed vale of Eden contained about 400 Mr. Merrit Williams has the boss house the immense crop produced persons. Irish potatoes: three which he has on this season. exhibition weigh 7$ pounds. Morning Session. family, of Mr. Carter Hale and Master Claude Featherston had three Prayer By Bro. C. Duvall. Belle Point, visited his brother Win. Music By the choir, In charge of of his Angers badly mashed last TuesHale's family last Sunday. day in the cog wheels of a cider mill. Mr. Earnest Jones. Object of the Association By PresMrs. Stivers and daughter visited Miss Anna Thomason has been the family of Mr. Jas. Gloro on Mon- ident Hunter. quite sick with ilux; she is improving Music By the choir quartette. day last. and it is hoped wlllvsoon be able to be Mr. Fielding Lewis and family vis- B.Compulsory Education By Col. T. out again. Ford. ited the family of Leonard Lewis last A protracted meeting will comMusic By the choir full quartette. Sabbath. mence at Providence Church Afternoon Session. conevening at 7:30 o'clock. Also, Our prosperous Sunday-schovenes each Sabbath morning at 10 Music A choice selection, by Prof. one at North Fork church. o'clock Joseph Roberts Superintend- E. Jones. Mr. Loyd Featherston bought the ent. All are invited. Address on Sunday-school- s By Ferguson farm, on the Stamping Ground pike, last "Wednesday. It About ninety pupils of school age Mr. James B. Kelley. . Music An appropriate selection. contains 129 acres, at 45 dollars per in Antioch district, and about a dozAddress on Sunday-school- s By acre.1 . en or so attending school, a capital Col. Thomas B. Ford. teaching empty benches. teacher, meeting at Buck Run church The Music A grand quartette. How about this, Samuel? Wouldn't There has been Address on Sunday-school- s By will close in order to punch them up a litit be added to the church, so far, six by President Hunter. tle? Essay on Trifles By Miss Mary T. experience, one by restoration and Miss Mary L. Gloro has returned to Merna. one under tho watch care. Bro. school at Danville, Ky. Cody, who has been preaching, will By the Secretary. Elocution Mr. Jas. Glore is on a visit to his Arbor Day By President Hunter. baptize tho converts this morning, near tho North Fork bridge. daughter at Winchester, Ky. Music Full choir. Prayer By Bro. Barnes. A little three year old girl of Mr. The St. John & Jacksonville turnTho great, liberal mothers and Tinchnor, while standing on a fence, compike will soon have another mile daughtors spread a table striking pleted, and then we will have a toll which contained food for 800 feet long slipped and fell, edge ot a her head GOO people. mowing against tho keen be of Immense May gate. This road will benefit to tho farmers in this section. ever the good ladles of Switzer for- scythe, lying near and inflicting a prosper. very sovore wound. She was attendHugh Traoy. ' ed to by Dr. Coloman and at present We think it unwiso in tho directors Sec. F. C. T. A. of the Frankfort & Flat Creek turn is doing well. HDHBOOT supplement Scrabble. G. L. Rodgers is coming from to his old stand near ScrfTbblo to run his store. Har-vleland semi-occasional- ly J. James had an apple pealing September 1st. A goodly number met and had a nice time and broke up with a singing. We are having plenty of rain now. Tobacco looks well and still growing, so look out for tho suckers. You will have fun now to keep up. Tho funeral of Wm.' Penn took Sunday, September 12th, at cebanon Church, the sermon being preached by Rev. J. A. Peters. T. H. Wllborn had an apple pealing August 31st, which was largely attended and a great quantity ofap-ple- s were pealed. It broke up with a singing and a nice time. Letter From Mexico. Santa Ana, Sonora, Aug. 22, 1886. n -- Sat-torwhi- Mc-Dani- el, . ol se the natives over the prospect of a war with the United States, but tho peo-)le, so far. are very civil to all Amer-can- s In this part of Mexico. They tell me that they dread the Idea of having to face American arms, but will do so, if their country is invaded. The people of Northern Mexico are onxious to get loose from the oppressive government of Mexico, and yet they hold to the fiction that it is worse to- live under the American rule. The people here don't have the right of suffrage, and none of them can tell you how an officer gets his office, or anything about it. And still they fancy themselves a free people. General Porfio Diaz, the president of the country, is nothing more or less than a dictator. He makes governors and unmakes them, he makes judges and unmakes them, he makes laws and unmakes them, and he makes legislatures and unmakes them Nevertheless, I should hate to see a contest between the two countries, it will be bad for me and for all other Americans in Mexico. But, if the Slate of Sonora ever becomes a part of the United States, I should like to live' here. The Americans would make a flue country of Sonora far ahead of California. But the Mexican government is bound to callapse, it is going to the wall, and very fast. The people are becoming poorer, and worse off, all the time. If war Is declared all Americans will be ordered out of Mexico. I will send you some more of those "man The weather is very hot down here now. The Mercury stands 120 in the shade. You tell those "gringos" there, that they had best wait 'til cool weather to start down hero to thrash us "greasers." Get Harpers Weekly of August 7th and seo some fine types of Mexican soldiers- .- You may think that that picture is a joke but it is not. I have never seen anything better or moro perfect. And the article on it is every word the truth. You seo I know whereof I . speak. . . - My Dear George: You may not object to reading a line from me at this time, and under the present circumstances. There is considerable excitement here among f Frankfort Centennial Art Loan Association Committee, i ol to-nig- ht. This Committee met in the Kentucky State Library Office, and, upon invitation by Mrs. Hauson, went through the Senate Chamber, Representatives' Hall and Court of Appeals Room, with a view to selecting the most suitable room for their proposed Centennial Exposition. Upon returning to the Library Office, Mrs. Stoddard Johnston, President, in the Chair, the minutes of the meeting of Saturday, Sept II, were read by Mrs. Jennie O. Morton, and approved by the Association Committee. It was decided to occupy the Representatives' Hall, and Mrs. Hanson, with her usual accommodating courtesy, offered to put the Hall in order, and notify the Presi-de6f this Association when the Hall is ready for decoration and reception of. exhibits, other than those at the Capitol. Mr. Newliall, Courier-Joiuncorrespondent, who is ever ready to serve Frankfort and her people in any public enterprise, took notes for his paper that forrntr Fnmkfott people throughout America may be informed of our "Centennial Celebration." The meeting then adjourned, to convene again at the call of the President. MRS. J. STODDARD JOHNSTON, nt al 4 v & Mrs. Walter President, R. Franklin, 14, 1886. Secretary, FRANKFORr, Sept. v V '(, ', ''- - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 18, 188G. The Post promised, for yesterday morning by the Signal Sorvico failed to mnko connection. .I I r. Mr, A. (i. Alstrom, formerly of this city, has removed from Lynchburg, Virginia, to Baltimore, Maryland. '' r Daniel at Oilman, the pedestrian, walked frdm here to Louisville, on Friday of last week, In nine hours minutes. nnd forty-seve- n Mrt. Ban. Roche, of Paris, nee Mollle Parker, of this city, took fhO first premium on light bread made from J E. M. flour, at Paris Fair last week Messrs. Cryer & Wayts have received the contract for building a large frrtme residence f6r Mr. V. A. Baker, four miles below Shelbyville. They Will leave Monday morning to begin Foil Rent Three rooms, either Miss Maude Wilson hns returned with Mrs. Ferguson. Ladles, call furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Miss Mary Cuirimack. and fth&will take pleasure ill showing you the very latest in millinery. Farmers having real good butcher - n stuffon hand, which they wish to sell, Mrs. Dora Ferguson has returned will receive the highest market prices from the east and brought a fulhand by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. complete stock of the latest fall goods street. m In her line. They are now ready for A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, inspection. spices, and all oilier general grocery Dr. W. I. Kelley, specialist, of Cin- supplies can bo had cheap at John tf cinnati, will be at the Capital Hotel Drlscoll's. Go and see him. on Saturday next, Sept. 2otli, where Mr. Sol. Harris, who is the exclusive he will be glad to sec all his old patiagent for this vicinity, announces that ents and many new ones he has on hand the largest assortment Lost. fly Mrs. T. N. Sullivan, a of Butterick's Patterns, for any age, lady's black shawl, on the 24th of and of, the newest styles of garments. August, either in this city or some- He will send patterns to any section where on the Owen ton pike. Finder of country postage paid on receipt of price. Address him, No. 214, St. Clair will please leave at this office. ' tf A little colored boy in this city no free receut earthquake by counted for the Itlediteraueaii Hybrid saying that he supposed the man who carried the world on his tack Seed wheat, $1.50 per bushel. We was only shifting it over on his other have only a limited supply; those deshoulder siring to purchase will please notify us at once so we can save it for them. Mr. J. Russell Hawkins, jr., hns seed wheat left oh our table three of the largest Other choice varieties of sweet potatoes we have seen this sea- for sale. Ot. MILES & SON. son. They are of the Bermuda Red variety and the three weigh seven If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pair In back or side, conand a half pounds. stipation, etc .neglect may' he fatal. One dose of btronit's Sanative Fills will give relief. Dr. J. T. Bryan, of Shelbyville, A tew doses restoro to new health and vigor. formerly of the firm of Hudson & Cure for Files. Bryan, of this city, was married on frequently preceded by a Piles Thuisday of last week to Miss Enola sense ofare weight in the back, loins and Glenn Moore, at the residence of the lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone ejecbride's parents in Scott county. m m . m tion of the kidneys or neighboring Mr. John T. Buckley has received organs. At times, symptoms of innnd is opening one of the handsomest digestion are present, flatulency, unect. A and cheapest lot of china and fancy easiness of the stomach, producmoisture, like perspiration, glass ware ever brought to this city. ing a very disagreeable itching, after The ladies should all go and see his getting warm, is a common attendant. goodsj for they will be delighted with Blind, Bleeding and Itchipg Pil"i yieiu ai once xo me appucuur them., .r jl1. juu3wib.u a xiiu j.vv;iiicj.y , w Notice J, W. Johnson' & Co. acts directly upon the'parts effected, the have employed me to collect their absorbing the Tumors, allaying perintense itching, and effecting a firm accounts. Those indebted to manent cure. said firm will save cost of suit by com- dress, The' Dr.Price 50 cents. AdBosanko Medicine ing forward arid settling at once. Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & L. h Johnson. Office on St, Clair street, opposite Chiles. Court-hous- e Sept. t. 18-2- CLOSING OUT! ! 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 PRICES! 2 We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. 'vsft! of root Pro nlr furt Tfxf- - fr7 ntrinlnra" WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! 225 St. CaLfcAJER SrTHEEBI' 2J25 Is The first work. . 'tf2te HSR None renntn ontcM ittiuptd wltn th ebon ' As our city should put on her1 best appearance on Centennial day", the streets all over the city should be cleaned up so that the groat number of Visitors who will be here at that tlmo will not think our city has grown aloveh as she grows older. . Don't wftst yourmonev on a from nr to Titer coat. The FISII URAND BLICKEn absolutely vntr ami rini moor, nnd will keep ynti dry in the hardest storm THADK KAHE. I ui ruil cnciTici IIUC ! nu I1U VUlCIl HUB tui JtlJU DklbUllll HliU Mnot have the "rinwiD". Demi forrtyncrlntlvernMlngiiB to A .T,TOWEH.2i)SlfnmninSt..llntnn.Mn I Bl SLICKER r Waterproof Coei mr Mane, 1 BiasBIHIia.rf M.I flEW PLANING MILL. '41 -- . Will. McCoy, a little white boy, Was running along the plank sidewalk on Cross street Tuesday after-booWhen he stumbled and fell With such force as to render him Renseless for some minutes. Both his knees were badly cut also. Mr - E. n, J. M. W.A'KEFIELD Having reoently added to bis Establishment First-Cln- ss 'M 4JH n, Tlaning Mill, 'k Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of agent of the rail-toa- d at this place, has been notified that the road is to furnish eleven ears for a circus which will exhibit here on the 23d inst. As no bills are up or advertisements are out, the show" must be trying to slip up on us and take us by surprise. m Sash, Doors, Blinds,Frames, Moldiag ALSO geiigBiin; m .u "w " h- -j Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- . & Turning Gotten out In the best style. Messrs. Weltzel & O'Donnell will "certainly cet into their new store room, on Main street, by the first of October, and will open out with a "Blood-food- " is the suggestive magnificent stock of dry roods, dress name often given to Ayer'sSarsparil-la- , goods", notions, &c. It will pay you because of its to wait and examine their stock be- THE PUBLIC IS Mrs. bought from HEREBY-NOTIF1E- THAT I Addle Garrett, administratrix of K Wliltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the NOTIGE! r ffhm Baby IfiTV f-- '- B' &" J Wi t feSSafc Fresh Oysters, selects only 80 cents Mr. R. W. Oliver, of this county, per can ' Day & Haff. owns a sow whichj four weeks ago, and harFqr Sale gave birth to two pigs that lived only ness, Steinway Horse, bugjry Couch, Piano, Folding a few days. On Thursday she crave etc. These will sell at my price or T, H. Hudson. birth to a litter of five more, which yours. Sept. lively little fellow's as one are as v, ,. would want to see. This Is one of A Reliable 'Article. the strangest fredks of nature of Which ,For enterprise, push and a desire to we have ever heard. get such goods as wlty give the, trade Hughes & Chiles, the Robinson satisfactionlead all competition. They On Monday Mr. Jos. Druggists, met with a serious accident, at his sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung home near Bridgeport.- In attempt- Syrup, because it's the best medicine ing to alight from his horse his left on the market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption, foot became entangled in the stirrup Price 50 cents and $1,00. Samples ,..- jMid the horse started, threw him free. ,t to the ground, dragged him some eleTo distance, and kicked him, inflicting gant make room for a, large and stock of new goods, we will sell serious though not dangerous injuries, and stone China at reduced which are likely to confine him to French Day & Hapf.v' prices, i bed for some time- brick-hous- e y For Rent. A Sunday afternoon a. negro woman, located on Ann of six rooms, sent to street Apply at Crutcher & Starks. by the name of ' , 46-tthe Penitentiary from Green county, nttemotedto commit suicide by lump Great reduction in. French nnd stone ing frqm'the second story window of Chna for next 30 days to make room Day-Hafp. the hospital in the women's depart for new goods. m been ment in the Prison. She had Fob Rent. A dwelling on Third sick for some time, and" on the afterstreet, South Frankfort, recently ocnoon in question got out of bed, walked to the window, and remarking .'to cupied by Henry Duvnll. A. Duvall, 8R, the other women in the room "Good ... evening, ladles!'' leaped out.' The If you want a good juicy steak. distance to tho ground below was on- sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack ly about twenty feet, and she alight- Salyer's store, No 228 Main street, ed without being injured further than opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fl4-t- f. u few bruises, and a good shaking up. 18-2- t. ' fore purchasing. the cried for CwtorU, When iho mi When ahe became VUs, she clung to CwtorU, Caatocia, Wata ah had Children, ah gar dole, to Child, jct he OMtotto, Furniture and Undertaking And have sold tha BUSINESS. one-ha- lf LINE OF Interest In my business to . Gents' Furnishing Goods, For cheap crockery of all kinds call at Day & Half's. -..- W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the Arm will bo EK In Stock, nnd nil Kinds of iBuoklen's Arnioa Salve I Shirts Made to Order. STATEN & DEHONEY And the business will be continued nt the old stand of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street May JAS. T. STATEN. 8-- tf - in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum tFover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, ana all SklnEruptions, arid positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. ' Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. -- The Best Salve ?:&- . . The store to the right of the main entrance of Odd Fellows' Temple, with small room'up stairs Possession given September 1st. Ap s E. A. Fellmer. ply to For Rent. 65-t- f. two-stor- Lou.-Cowher- f. Danarar lend to Jneumonl thing for dyapepala.lu cold h bymiwic. dtKesttoti, sick headache ua thoasands testily. tt WTC. Macklin. JOHN a DENNIS, CHARLES C. NfcWTON. WM. L. F. Compton. Tracy and Albert O. J Tracy, Jnme themselves together as a Grlsliam corpora& 'have nssocluteU tion under the name unit style ol the Pea KIdge and Kussell Mill Turnpike Road Company, and PROPRIETORS their principal place ot business Is Frankfort, Ky. Ither nroDOse to .build a turnpike road from n l point on the Benson turnpike road, nt or near the line Deineen ine lunoa 01 jo uooinson ana .. i. Collins, and running thence westnrdly so as to connect with the Bridgeport and Benson turnpike, r. HAVE THE FULI, nt or near the Dougherty farm. ThR mount of ( anltal Stock Is seven thousand dollars, consisting of, countxnndtrlvutesubscrlp-- ( tlons, and to be paid In at such' times and upon sucn Terms as me corporation may irom imie to time need nnd require. The corporation comAtft MANUFACTURE menced on the 6th d ty of September, 1886, and Is to continue for. flfty years., . The amilrsof the corporation are to be conduct- Six,of tie best grtdesof theb.qt Plonr ed by a board of director's to 'be elected annually by tho stockholders, to hold office, however, until made in the world. a new board Is elected. The corporation shall at no time, subject Itself Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap to an indebtedness of more than Its capital stock, Juu.a ite-iv-. f and private property Is to be exempted from ItolSnuaro . " corporate debts. JOHN C. DENNIS, Chairman. SepUWt T .1 t NOTICE. WUBTl Km COMtTON 3IACKLIN, EMorr, Holler Mills. Roller System, m 'JSKtt TO 1 1 ... lit).' ) ,-- . ' - i , ' '. l' 4 I t ft It -- .1 PURCi?iSED THE STOCK HAVING ot Air. J.-Kent, corner Second uud Shelby streets. South 1'rankfort, I propose to keep u nice stock of V WE PUBLIC. i R. ROGERS -- ' 'LJ8 DEALER IN- - aPt i. mm v. 'Mi m GROCERIES, r- Centaor liniment aaaaBBa , CANNED GOODS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, flrst-clus- ' Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburp, III., says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering., humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight yeanf my doctors told jne I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now ing down to the wharf and the bridge, sound and well," Electric Bittera are sold the appearance of things in, that lo- cents a bottle, and Bucklen's at fifty Arnica cality would be very materially im- Salve at 25c. por box by Jos. , 5 proved, . Lc-Cornp- te. impression that the Government Building will be completed sometime' before Frankfort celebrates her second centennial, the City Council has commenced to put down a new sidewalk on the west side of St. Clair street from Vapping street to the bridge. This 13 a much needed Improvement, and now if the plank fence were taken away and the walk extended out over the space covered by the old wooden walk, between the guard wall of the road lead"Under the' Apply to Drs. Gober Cottages for Rent and Sale. & . i s Grocery and tn fact everything kept In a Store. I invite the attention of the people of Frank- Goioics Fraiikl In county, and more particularly the fort and people ot South Frankfort, who will nnd my location pulte a convenience, and I hope by close attention to business and fair dealing to receive a portion ot the bubllc patronage. of the city. . Goods delivered promptly In any coithts, -- c. Poles 'ind Window Tisinres Son, 817 Main street t Give mo a call nnd be convinced; Very Respectfully.. JOHN L, JONES, aug28-9- South Frankfort, Ky. . 3J7.1LUN STREET,,- FRANKFORT, KY All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. MurS-lr- a sPEciitnr, . m ; . fM '' 1 '$& An End to Bone Scraping. If M f ' t ALL PERSONS INDEBTED ' most wonderfixL Fin- Curer the world has ever known. Tour money.; will be returnedif npt, fyund i ore hereby notlfledto come f orward and settle up at us the affairs of the firm axe to be closed up, Septi-JuJ.T. STATEN. i 3roi?ic Itlnnot' f STATEN B- WH1TESIDES ' L TO 'THE LATE FOE SALE. Sept 4t, Wh " . ! qWO STORK ROOMS FRONTING ON ST. CLAIR X street. Apply to JOHN HALY. W ' .jM .Wa m reuresentecUt. IvtH till" ' 3 ,,V Aa J Ijf. MEN ONLY ItwrF1jWKMaAK5Tgaraw Qaaa by UdtiewtJoM. xemm,y A M!CK, PERMANENT. CEITAIN CURE FOR Children Cry for Pitcher Mwn i a BRICK COTTAGE. NO CC6 MAIN 8BEET. talnlne four rooms, and all reasonable conven- lences. This property is now occupied by Mrs. Kate Mahoney. and possession cannot be riven until tha ISth of next AlTll. f ( M Rfj . V . "m &M2.S!ateffSaa..t. tt "WSmw ' , MARSHALL. ' ',, H ) FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 6 Fon npiNT. The brick houe opposite the depot, belonging to V. Knltenbrun. i i - tf. Personal. ville Saturday. Mr. Jns. H. Graham went to Louis- !t SA ). !, & ing relatives heie. Mrs. J. L. Wright is visiting relatives in Cincinnati. Councilman John Tobin has been quite ill for several days. Mr. F. H. Morse left Tuesday afternoon for Louisville to reside. Mrs. W. L. Wright, son and daughter, are visiting in Cincinnati. Mr P Fall Taylor, of Louisville, spent several days in this city this week. Mr. A. H. McClure and wife left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Louisville. Mr. W. L. Gayle returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit of several days to Mt. Sterling. Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, was in the city yesterday visiting relatives. Mrs. V. Berberich and daughter are visiting Mrs. B.'s parents in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Richmond A. Lewis, of Richmond, Virginia, is visiting relatives in this county. Miss Millie Williams left Monday for a visit to relatives iif New Albany, Indiana. Mr. Chas. E. Taylor, jr., left Tuesday for a two weeks' visit to friends in Flemingsburg. Mr. Julian Jackson, of the Roundvisiting relatives in about office, isweek. Louisville this Mrs. L. B. Kohnle left Thursday for Chicago to Join her husband and make that city her home. Mr. George F. Berry and wife returned Saturday evening from a visit of several weeks to Fort Totten, Dakota. F, R. Smith arid family, of this "city, have gone to Louisville to reside, he having secured a position at Mrs. Dan Roche, of Paris, is visit- has all my papers Relative to the Dispute betwxt Mr. William Triplet and me and he was theSurvaver that Run out my Land if you think proper you May Bring that to trvle as Ground Hog: Hollow. Capt. Davis Knows the nattur or them Cuntrys and Survayes as for Mr. McClanahans and my Sute I would I Tobacco cuttincr is all the co in this ' Wish it put of till Next Cort in Less section. Capt Hayes Should be at Cort and Rev. Lewis Sal in preached at Lebthen the tryel may Com on as Hayes anon on Friday, the 8th of thismonth, was Made the Survay and Returned and sold about a dozen books. it agreeable to bargan I am Sir your Another apple pealing and party at Most obdent , i Boone. Bird Tracey's, given in honor of the Wi "June the and Misses Margaret NB Sir I Never Red your Later Florence Duncan. Jane Rarden until this very night right after I wrote the above Lines I expect Look out for another wedding Hayes will atend Cort and will pruve soon. We are not going to tell who the parties are, but be sure and keep that McClanahans Biness is Dunn. your eves open and have your boots D. B. shined. City of Richnond nov'r 5th 1790. Rec'd from Harry Innes Esqr by Died. Dr. R. W. Deakens, of the hands of Matthew Walton Esqr Sweet Home, Henry county, Wednestwenty-fiv- e pounds, fifteen shilling & day, Sept. 8th. His remains were Eight pence, brought from Kentucky taken to Lebanon Churchyard, for for the use of AnneChrHian'sEstate, interment. He leaves many friends 25. 15s. to mourn his loss. Reed by me. P. Henry. Mr. Lewis Shackleford is improv. ing from his injuries caused by Mr. Bridgeport. Green's horse. Mr. Shackleford says he would thank Mr. Green to keep Turnips and shoat. that old "hell roaring" gray mare's foot off his back from this out. Mr. 'Possum and sweet potatoes let Mr. John H. Jenkins is on the sick list. Green says Happy Shackleford keep Hollow. away from Mr. Jas. Parrenl, Sr., has been of the parties we spoke of in One quite ill this week. Mr. J. H. Bailey made u trip to our last letter says that it is a young lady living in Frankfort writing from Louisville this week. and that it is Ground Born, Sept. 11th, 1886, to W. H. on top ofHog Hollow, the cliff above Frankfort. Hawkins and wife, a son. We can but say vou are mistaken in Miss Ida Crockett has been chosen regard both to the writer and to situas assistant teacher in the Bridgeport ation of the "Hollow." It is not so school. far from home. Yours truly, Ebexekeu Yocum. Miss Pearl Scofleld, of Bagdad, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Alma 1 seuiuipr. uavis xo transax mi my Bisness Exsept that of a Lawer he Capt. II. I. Todd, of this city, Is in possession of tie originals of the following old documents, which belonged to his grandfather, Judge Innes. Both the letter of Daniel Boone nncf receipt of Patrick Henry nre remarkably well preserved, and are valued highly by Capt. Todd. To Mr. Perkens nturnev at Law-D- ear Sir T n m sn iinwpil If Ta mr nf my power to Com to Cort and have built two very commodious livery stables, a handsome dwelling house, and last though not least, a substanon Benson street. This tial side-wallast improvement will be a great comfort to the citizens living on that thoroughfare. Who'll be next. Mr. Buck Smith, while on a visit Mr. Jas. D to his father-in-laMoore, on Wednesday night last, left his spring wagon out on the side of the street; during the night some person or persons rolled the wagon over the hill breaking it badly to pieces. It was their evident intention to submerge it in the river, but it became too badly broken, it is probable that the miscreants will be found out. k w, .wtita&ii How many terrible ache one's poor head I "Tor th Indefinite aches and pains of nerrotn & snpsrior toanjothsr has, and what suffering is caused by these Boot5 MuicuUr R headaches. Relief may bo had fromNervous. Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by tho of Pabk RnTcHo, M. D St. Paul. Minn. hat of i? wvtujwvww, which is antft for Nervous Ll'S1"? MedJoxoAUijE almost ererr Neuralgic success in cure lmunce. Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica taWewouralRjo forms it is unexcelled." Cincinnati. Ohio. ' D NoMOK-M- and Gout. No proprietary medlcino has ever obtained such strong endorsement from tho casMrf0haeafeleheoneBOO1',erT,c,ntffo medical profession. jno, hmimaioi', M.D., St.Thomaa.Mo. .Jf?R SALE BT ALL DRTJOQISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sole Proprietor, 709 and 711 WASHIUGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUUL A. A. MEIXIER, :m .w -- :fi (& ,. vw. w t"a"nk auKSP.SEtelifS " '?" , ' t; ,'M Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, Manufacturer nud Doalor In 1 1 STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS; Disti.lery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. Blacksmithin Agent for ' DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES i FURNISHED; ipeWork, Jobbing and Kepairing Promptly Attended to. jAuTLJLS "WOEilS. Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lowis and rSBND FOR PRICE LIST. St., Near tho River, Frankfort, Ky. 11 J DR. . I. KELLEY, OHIO, 0 1 i KENTUCKY'S BOUTE EAST OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA THE OKLY LINK i NEW YORK. f vii . -- . ,? -- tit CAPITAL KOTELI IN FRANKFORT. KY.. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- rou-- u-- n am 5? vt Scofleld. Mrs. that place. strong. Mary LIttlepnge, of is visiting Mrs. ArmLaw-rencebur- Switzer. of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerholl system without using the knife or ligatuue unci without uny pain. AH cases I1 IR, u IfcT SATURDAY, .SEPT. 25, 1886. &. FK0MSATURDAY. OCT. 23. 1886. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. LonisvillcCincinnnli & Lexington ---- TO- SOLID I it M VJ JW v.T g, : i h. v,:"i r ' Mrs. F. E. Ayres and daughter Miss Maggie, of the Ducker neighborhood, left Wednesday for Norburh, Missouri, to reside. Mr. Geo. F. Bagby, jr., left Thursday morning for Kansas City, Missouri, where he expects to make his future home. Sam Parrent is on a visit to Louisville, where he expects to engage in business. Mr. Hurry Thomas has been quite sick at his home in the Farmdale neighborhood. Better now. One of the spindles of Charlie Jen-kin- s' ing considerable damage. Nothing serious, however, resulting. It is wonderful what knowledge some persons have in regard to the make-u- p of a newspaper. Strange, editors do not employ some of them iWcriterions by whom to be governed. My, my! Mrs. Mollie Cunningham died at the residence of her husband, Mr, R. S. Cunnincrham. nenrthta nlnpp lust Sunday, Sept. 12th, 1880, of consump tion, x ne iamny nave tne sympathy of the entire community. buggy broke last Saturday, caus- r ' . si. w Mr. Nathan Ayres, of Ducker neighborhood, left Wednesday afternoon for Kansas City, where he will make his future home. Capt. A. B. Norwood was summoned Saturday afternoon to the bedside of an aunt, in Owen county, who is not expected to live. Capt. Geo. W. Reock, wife and niece (little Mary Caplinger) have gone to Cincinnati to visit relatives ' and take in the Exposition. Miss Emma Roberts, who has been visiting Miss Maggie Rogers for a week, returned to her home in Louisville Tuesday morning. Mrs. L. A. Kenningham, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. L. A. Thomas, in this city, returned to her home in Paris Tuesday. Mr. Will. T. Crutcher, who has been visiting his parents in Belle Point the past two weeks, left Monday for his home in Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Maggie country is rather better than it is elsewhere throughout the country. There is a great deal of sickness in the neighborhood. Several down with the flux at Mace Lucas's; all nre getting better except Mrs. Annie Head, who is very low. Our protracted meeting begins here next Sunday with Brother Coleman as assistant. Those wishing to rent reserved pews during the meeting will call on Ben. Head or John Switzer Tobacco cutting is of course all the go. The corn crop in this part of the FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains for FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. BECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Diseased conditions thnt produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases ot the womb that nre caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. LYNCHUUKG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POINTS IN PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also bo cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of tho disease that exists In tun loner bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. IIUCfHES. Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHBOW, Frankfort. your nearest For tickets and further information apply to tlcket-ofllc- C. Good Results in Every Case. W. SMITH, Bellepoint. Elmer Bransom has been quite sick this week. Mr. E. M. Hansbrough is building a very stylish cottaee on Grand View street. GeorffG Fletrhpr hns nhnur rnm. pleted a small cottage on Grand View street. Miss Mai Fischer is on a visit to Mis3 Linda Calvert, near mouth of D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper Pamphlets describing dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, any one by addressing these diseases sent fret to that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs; W. I. KELLEY, M. D., had tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. Something every man, woman and child should do, 376 West Seventh St , Cincinnati, 0. King's New Discovery for Consumpuudbearin mind that the -a tion, did so and was entirely cured JST" CONSULTATION FREE, South Side Drug Store by the use of a few bottles. Since Dec Has the largest and cheapest line of hair, cloth, time he has used it in his famwhich slice, tooth, and nail brushes eter shown at one ily for all Coughs and Colds with the time In tho city. F. I. Thisis the experience best results. 75 styles and prices hair brushes of thousands whoselives have been oy C, MEETS EVERY saved by this Wonderful Discovery 0i0th LODGE. NO. ' Trial Bottles free at Jos. LeCompte's CAPITAL Visiting brothersA.cordially Invited. OU shoe LEE OWEN.N. G. 5 Drug Store, Don't fall to examine the line at J- It. Williams, Sec. Genernl Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond, Vibqinia. H. W. PULLER, BRUSH UP! 2G-l- y. 00. - April 17-- tf . N JOSEPH LeCQMFTE'5 THE SOUTH StDE DETTG STOEE, . 'Cy II wms-i Brown and Mrs. iiiiKiiorn. Clemmie Hooker, of Indianapolis, Miss Nannie Indiana, who have been visiting rel- from Mastin fc Stivers has purchased here, returned home Monday tle phaeton you Bro. the sweetest litatives uj I C Hair Vigor cure baldness, ever saw. restores ix X HjIX nnd Hair Vigor faded andyouthmorning. gray color to There was a very enjoyable little ful freshness airs. Jas. A. Hodges, who has been oarty at the residence of Robert hair. It attains theso result by the etlra. ulatlon of tho hair roots and color glands. visiting relatives in this city, return- Uwens on Thursday evening. It. It rejuvenates tho Tf and cleanses by ed to her home in Louisville Friday, either It restores Albert Crutcher is on n visit to his reason of to tho XxiUJLv that, scalp, lias accompanied by her sister, Mrs. John ago or diseases of tho parents. He will leave in a few becomo dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and W. McClure. softness glossy Miss Anna Dickinson, of Prince weeks for Los Angelos, Cal., where he Tbcro is silken In Aycr'fl of oxtrcmo beauty. no dyo will reside. Hrtrrffi Edward county, Virginia, retvrned and tho good it docs is by the Saturday to resume her position of Our Public School Is in full blast It Imparts to tho follicles, and tho cleangoverness in the lamuy ot wr. v. J. with nearly a hundred pupils en- - liness and hcalthfulncss of the condition Lewis, of, Woodlake. LW.1WU. wia) "muni uiu A Wl- - in which it maintains tho scalp. tho cipal, has secured the services of an jflL "VCOJCi Ilalr Vigor renews best hair. JCi XV euro Mr. Lawrence Went will leave assistant. Hair Vigor is tho known for Brasby Ilulr, Scald Head, Itching next week for Greenville, MissisHumors, Tetter Bores, Torpid Follicles, nnd Thomas Hunter, the County Comsippi to reside. He will bo succeeded cnuso as a clerk in the Post Office by Mr. missioner of Public Schools, visited all other diseases of atho scalp that fading. and Its tho falling of tho the two schools of this place on Tues- Nothing cleanses XXzxXXV of tho nulsanco Jo3. L. Rodman, jr. last, and was well pleased with of dandruff so perfectly, and eo effectually Mrs II. W. Huthsing, who has day management of each. the prevents its return, as Aran's Hair Vioob. been visiting her parents, Mr. L. In addition to tho curativo and restorative Mr. F. P. Lewis, the leading merand wife, in this city, for Warren irtuca peculiar to Aycr'a nalr several months, left Saturday for her chant of our city, has returned from a it Is a toilet luxury. Tho Hair "7Tii "YR Vlwvi made. business trip east, where he has Is by far tho cleanliest home iu St. Louis, Mo It causes tho hair to grow thick and long, made large purchases of goods suitaMr. Frank Bull has gone to LouisaVfl keeps it atwaya soft and glossy. ville, having secured the position of ble for fall and winter trade. jsalesman in the Mammouth Clothing The Council of our town have been Vigor invited to take part in the Centennial House of Messrs. Kleinhans & Its use on Market btreet, iu that city. exercises, and they are making Contains no deleterious ingredients. preparations to that end. His prevents all scalp disease, secures against tho Russell Sneed and J. Sir Knights hair growing thin or gray, and surely cures all honor, Judge Plardie, will be mountBuford Hendrick will ;leave baldness that is not organic. ed upon the heights of Goliah's verFBXFABEO BT afternoon for St. Louis, Mo , to tebrae column. attend the Triennial Conclave of Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. W. H. Lewis is the most enterprisKnights Templar in the United t Sold by all Druggists. ' ing citizen of the town. He has States. A. H. V; tt Drs. Gober, Hudson & Gober :s FRANKFORT, KY. PROPRIETOR OF THE HOKEOPATHISTS! Oface July 1AM0VS GEN. MRIS AND COLOGNE 31"7 3iv.IiT ST. L'COIYIPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. Choice Coal Cheap. fT DR. J. S. COLLINS, luvli "'. i DENTIST, MAIN Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.aMi I1ROS.1 OFFICE. STREET. rn imnuiw DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Deliveiy, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Afor fa niily A LL KINDS 1 use. ft Telpphono connection No. 3G. tt tt CEO. B. MACIILIIT, Dec.8.f. MARRIAGE GUIDE 260 PAGES. Illuitrttcd, in Cloth inTailtBIndliiit.Mc.inunty on tinpi borne, paper cover, lex. 'Jhl.Dookcontain. Af.Ltho curloiu, doubtful or In uliltlvewtnttoknow. 1'ullof very Intr ri rtlnjt a d valuable information. 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