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The Frankfort Roundabout.
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ill
; Volume VI ' FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. Number 2. W
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BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!
Goes the prreat gun of the fall
season of 1882, and already is heard
the war whoop of the enemy, as I
DAVIS returns from the Bast with
a stock bought for
and at prices that will astonish you.
Ho oflers no fabulous impossibilities
But Means What he Advertises.
His immense STOCK is all ready
for the purchaser, and
your inspection, whether
you buy or not. Remember the
St. Clair Street, Murray Building,
Sept. 303m. FRANKFORT, KY.
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.,
Sueccwor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort,
K.v., continues the wnteh repairing Implies
nt the Iil stand. It urnmptnt'FS anil c.iroful
work ho hopes to merit tlio ptitronngo of those
who ilcsiro to have thuir wntches repinreil without
ilitnngp beitiK lnno thom. Surveyors'
i paired and utbor instruments requiring
clelicato :iud accurate adjustment.
In retiring from bu'lncsn I tako plcasuro In
my entire eotilidcnco in Mr, S. Ayres.
nml from my lonp acquaintance with hi:n us n
workman, do not hesitate to commend lnui as
every wu capable of mooting tlu expectation (if
my foimer natrons.
13. F. MEEK.
ESTRAY NOTICE! .
Fkankiin County, Set.
Token up ns n stray by .T. W. French, living
near Vnrtli Elkhorn, about 7 miles north cast
of Finnkfnit.ono black sow, marked with under-bit
in right car, so mo white un legs or feet, ago
unknown, valuwl ut SI 3 by the undersigned, a
Justice il the Peace for Franklin county.
my hand this, 2:id day ot September, 1882,
D. J. HEAD, J. P. F. C.
The Best Soda Wafer
In tin' City is nt
TRY ALABASTINE !
It is the best tiling in use for ceilings and
walls. 1 or bale at
SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE-
I . T, Ri OMAN,
Staple and Fancy
ST. CLAIR STREET,
W. S. DEHONEY
DUALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY
I cordially invito you to call and examine my
Now uiul 1'iesli Stock of Goods.
Mary's Lamb on a Now Principle.
Mollio ha I alittlornm ns black as iv rubber shoo,
And everywhere that Mollio wont, ho emigrated
Ho went with hor to church one ilay the folks
To sen him walk demurely into Deacon Allen's
The Duiicon quickly let his angry passions riso,
And gavo it an unchristian kick between the
s'id brown eyes.
This Inndod r.imuiy in tlio nNIo; tho Deacon followed
And raised his foot again; alas! that first kick
was his last,
For Mr. Sheep walkod slowly back, about a rod
And cro the Deacon could retreat ho stood him
on his head.
Tlio congregation then aroso nnd went for that
Hut several well-directed Unit just piled them
in a heap.
Then rushfd they straightway for tbo door with
corns Ion;; and loud.
While rummy struck tho hindmost man and
shoved him thiouuh tho crowd.
Tho .Minister hail often heard that kindness
Tho llreest beast. "Alia!" ho said,"!'!! try that
gnmo on you."
And so kindly, g.ntly callod, "Come, rummy,
ram my, ram,
To seo tho (oiks abu4o you so, I grieved and
sony am." ,
With kind and gentle words ho cimo from that
tall pulpit down, .
Sayliig.'ltauunv, r.iniinv ram best sheep In
all tho town,"
Tho i.iui quitu ilrrppe.il it's humble air, and rose
from off its feet,
And when tho Parson landed he was behind the
And a hoshot without tho door, an I closed It
uith a slam,
Ho named u California town I think 'tw,a
" 1 '! JMm."
List of Gavsgers Assigned.
Tho following tire the alignments ol
iiniifjcM's in the 7tli District, to take elk-el
October lM, 1S82.
II. S. Bnnta to W. A. Gaines Co., No.
John Gnndinger. Jr., to John Cochran Ac
Co. ami J. S. Taylor.
C. K. Ilatchitt to K. II. Taylor, Jr.. am!
E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co., No 113, and J. N.
B. F. Harris to G. G. White, G. G.
White & Co., anil Samuel Clay, Jr., it Co.
S. D. Pinkerton to Glen Spring Dis. Co.
anil Ltihrot Ac Grnhnm's.
II. C. IloJenhatigh to B. J. Cnrley, No.
15, E. J. Cnrley Ac Co.No 3, Peck, Warner
Ac Co., and Warner & Reed.
S. S. Thompson to Win. Tarr Ac Co., and
Derhy & Day.
A.T. Todd to E. II. Taylor, Jr.. Co., No,
2, and V. A. Gaines is Co , No. 10G.
Ed A. Tipton to II. C. Clay & Co., Ford
Ac Bo wen, and II, C. Bowen.
B. F. William to D. A. Aiken, Ileadly
Ac Peck, and Stoll, Clay & Co.
Moirta Voider to J. A. Ilugtieley, D. L.
Moore, Mooie it Kelistock, and J. B.
Mi.s Emma Stone N vibtting nt Mrs.
Mi.s. Howell and Mrs Poplin ave visiting
at J. B. lIoi:keninilh's this week.
I?ev. J. D. Bohannan, of Georgetown,
preiiched to the people of North Fork last
Jack frost has again visited our neighborhood.
Lookout, you men that have tobacco
Our little town is improving very fast of
late. Mr. P. C. Smith has opened a wood
and blacksmith shop here,
Mr. James Carter has improved the looks
of our tow n very much by repairing some of
his buildings. May the good work htill go
Our farmers are quite busy preparing to
now their fall grain. Potato digging and
culling corn are two important branches ol
industry at this time.
Mr. B. TL McCoy, who came home fiom
Illinois several weeks ago, on u visit, has
concluded not to return but has nccepted a
clerkship with .1. II. Swiuer, in n general
store at tins place.
Messrs. J. M. Lyon, J. C. Hopkins,
Dudley Baker, and others who visited
Louisville on the twellth lor the purpose
of witnessing the grand turnout in that city,
were well pleased with their visit. They
kw many wonderful things.
One of our young men started to Church
last Sunday moiuiiig, but before he had
gouo very far he was lead to believe that ho
could do more good by going elsewhere, o
he tinned and went, as his feeling directed
him, to visit a little sick friend across the
way. The dear little friend has been improving
Oncb A Wixk.
Mrs. Colon Jones te quite ill.
Old Uncle Winston Vnughan is very
Mrs. Allen Hamilton has been quite sick,
but is better now.
Sorghum making is in full blast. Crop
below an average.
Born. Sept. 24th, 1S82, to Ollie Scant-land
and wife, a son.
Sam. Parrent, who has been quite ill, is
ible to be out again.
Miss Alma Scofield paid a visit to friends
in Louisville last week.
Mis Addie Crockett has returned from a
visit to friends at Purrington.
Miss Bettie Wilson is visiting friends in
Graefenslitirg, Shelby county.
Mrs. Henry Sargent is visiting her
mother's family in Boone county.
Rev. II. F. Middlclon, of this plnce,
preached at North Benson Church last Sunday.
Mrs. J no. Anurave has returned home
after an absence of several days in Frankfort.
At the mule show in this town lift week
Mr. Charlie Mayhall carried olY the premium.
Mrs. Atmio Demnree, of Louisville, is
spending several weeks with friends in this
Mr. T. R Parrent (Uncle Tom), of Anderson
county, visited friends in this vicinity
Mr. J. B. Russell and wife, and W. F.
took in the Louisville Exposition
Mt. Jos. Parrent and wife visited their
oil, Mr. H. II. Parrent, and family in Shelby
county Inst week.
Miss Lillie Kusell, who has been in
Woodford county during the past week or
two, has returned home.
Mr. ,1ns. Ilupoell nnd family, of Cincinnati,
have returned home from a visit to
relatives in this section.
The enlargement of the Roiwi.r,otrr is a
source of gratification to its many readers
in this .section Long may it wave.
Col. T. B. Ford, Common School Commissioner,
visited our school last Monday,
in an official capacity. lie reports the
school in a prosperous condition.
Your type in lnl week's is.iiie made us
say J. II. Jenkins ami wife visited friends
in Woodford, Scott and Fayette counties,
when it should have been J. W. Jenkins
Mr Jas, A. Violett has moved to town.
Miss Katie Graham is quite sck with
chills and fever.
Mr. T. C. Hale has laid a Mone pavement
in froi t ot his residence.
Mr. Ed. Brawuer, furnishes the hungry
with fresh meat eveiy morning.
Mrn. S V. Pence visited Mrs. Olliver,
near Lewis' Ferry, the first of the week,
Mr. Jas. D. Moore is building an addi
tion to his residence on Kentucky avenue.
The Steamer S. V. Penco landed at our
wharf Thutsday moriiingand supplied some
of our citizens with Pittsburg coal at 14
cents per bushel.
The Railroad bridge has received a new
coat of red paint. Captain Ilardie says he
has ordeied paint for the Benson bridge
and will have it painted ns soon as it arrives.
Miss LUzie Thomson, who has been
visiting the Misses Todd, at Lake Park,
returned to her home in St. Louis Thurs
day morning, accompanied by Miss Mattie
Todd, who will remain some time.
The walk on Kentucky avenue, between
Todd and Major streets, is very much out
ol repair. 1 here is a town ordinance requiring
owners of.property to build walks
in front of same and keep them in repair.
The Marshal should look into this.
Mr. Win. Coulter returned Wednesday
from an extended trip to the Mountains,
bringing with him the skin of a rattle-snake
he killed in Hath county. It
mcuftiircd about six feet and had nine rattles
beside the button,
Boiix. To Geo. Shackelford nnd wife,
Monday, the 25th, a boy. To Augustus
Robinson and wife, Wednesday, tne 27th,
a boy. To Major F. V. Lewis and wife,
Thursday, tho 28th, a girl.
When you have got an old horse that
has passed tho market period, apply a bottle
of Kendall's Spavin Cure nnd the result
will be marvelous. Read advertisement,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
STAPHS & FANCY GROCERIES,
LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C,
Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to
sell as low as any holisc in the city. All goods warranted first-class.
J3EST BRANDS OF
Fresh Oysters IJeoeived Daily From Baltimore.
All other goods handled in their season. Hunters' complete
FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS,
Constantly on hand.
Fine Breech-loading Shot Guns a Specialty.
CA.TL.1L, AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
AND FOR SALE
AT LOWEST PRICE
R. K. MCCLURE & BRO..
An Bnormous Stock of
S AND: SHO
For Fail and Winter Wear.
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF
Our Staple and Nobby Hals
J. C. BUSH, D. D. S.,
(Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.)
Can be found at his oflico from SJ a. in. to 5 p.
m. ready to do all kinds of dentul work to tho
cntiro satisfaction of tkodu viho may chosn to
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Tho partnership heretofore exlftlng between
M. 11. 1 Williams, Jr., uiul Wiley 0. Williams,
in the iigriuulturul implement and grain business,
under tbo stylo ot Williams Urotbcrs, him
been disgtdvcd by mutunl consent. The
will bo continued at tho old stand by
Wiley 0. Williams.
M. II. P. WILLIAMS, Jh.,
WILKV 0. WILLIAMS.