The Frankfort Roundabout.
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
Volume VI. FRANKFORT. KY.. JANUARY 6 1883 Number 16.
Catarrh of tho Nasal and
Ulcerative; Oatarm of tho Ear. Eyo or
Thront. It la taken INTERNALLY, and
acts upon the Blood and
Mucous SurfJices of tho System, tt
Is tho bast Blood Purifier In tho
WO-.LD, and is worth ALL that la
charged for It, for THAT alono.
only vmm mi for catarrh
tSTIN THE MABKET.3
And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any
Oaae of Catarrh It will not Ouro.
WILL CUItE ANY CASK.
Office of A. T. Stewakt ft Co. I
Chicaoo, 111., Juno 4, lbSO. f
Messrs. F. J. Cheney Co., Tohdo, O.
aentlemun.l.tnUo pleasuro in informltiff you
that I havo Hall' Cntanh Cuiv. Ir lias
cured mo I wild v li id -and don't heltat to
nay that it will nny iuro of Catarrh if taken
properly. lu jri ti uly.
J. IJ. WEATnKtirORD.
WOFTTI Ot O A MOTTLE.
E. MtntitAV, JuukMt u, Mich., Havo hail
ratarrh for SO years. Hall's Catarrh Cure cm ca
u.o. Consider it wurth 10.00 a bottle.
by all Drup:j?ist8 at 75 ots per bottle.
Manufactured and sold hv F .T. CHENEY & CO.
Solo I'roprie torn, TOLEDO, OHIO.
Fur S.ilc hy
.jos. lj.com pte. duuogist,
Oct South Frankfort.
W&telus, Fia9 GIqbIb, o! Mi
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.,
Successor ti IJ. F Mei'k, Main Street, Frankfurt,
Kv., tliu watch rcpairm;; biu'.ne'S
a! tilt "lil sin nd. Rv nromptni'ss nml curcUtl
work he to merit tho piitrnn:i;o of tluifo
who desire to h.ivc tlnir watches repaired without
(1 itiiir.'i' being diino thorn. Surveyor?' com-jinxes
repaired nml other instrument requiring
klicate .t ti i uccur.itu adjustment.
In retiring from huitie?f in Friinkfnrt T lake
il iv-tin in i.piii?injx uiy eutiio cotiYulcnco in
Air. S. Ayifi". ami from my Ion: iciiialnt:inpc
with h i in a' a noikiiiaii, ilo i.ot he.iit.iti.! to e
nienii him us cAin wa capable it' meeting the
expectation ol my former patron".
ii. e. mki:k.
C I-I A. It M S !
I II rgO Afsnituii'llt of
SOLID SILYttK LADLES!
FORKS AID SPOONS.
I.ig Amui tuiPiii of
ti w 18 1 nil mm !
Water Sets, Tea Sets,
CaK'oip, Hti t r D'uliii',
Pickle Stands, Baskets
Ami Novelties In Pino A.nericnn Silver l'lulo.
If you nctil any of the above or iinv thing
else In tho Juwelry Line, wo urn selling at
Wholes ilu Priors. Quullty u.irntitccd.
OX1S W. SsXYIE,
MpPWw'lllll'li'1111 1'miUfiPiyi i nil fifi in h 1 1 i
Carrier's Address to the Patrons
of tho Roundabout
We have spread our winss and liave taken our (light,
And there is no telling just where we wi'l light.
Our pinions are flapping, our feathers arc loose,
And we may lie an eagle, or torn out n goose.
Hut we mean no offense, as we fly in and out,
We'll bring you good news, and a nice RiiUMiumiiT,
If forbidden fields we should happen to pass,
Remember we travel without any gis.
And so is we blunder along In the dark,
We can not be blamed if we light ou a lark.
Hut the jail it is near, and the work bouse beside,
And if we should fall 'twould be useless to Hyde.
It the brnrcn old rcostcr or the Yeoman should crow,
We'll haMooto Stanton to look out below.
We will light on the pole, and will rest if we can,
And whistle a tunc for the "Moncjlcss Man,"
Ah! how many moneyless men are now cold,
While misers are counting their silver and gold.
How many a wreck in the merciless pa'.t
On the breakers of life has bien ruthlessly cast;
Mow many a widow and orphan will sigh
Tor the comforts of life as the wind whistles hy.
Oh! friends, if there's plenty and peace at your door
Remember the needy, the hungry and poor.
'Tis an age ifpro4ress!on, we can't stop our flight,
For the people are working by day and by night.
Uvcn the river men seem in a hurry,
licing whooped up of late by our friend Co!. Murray;
'I he Government worried that any should warn it,
Arose from its slumbers and waked up the Hornet.
Ohl press on the good work until it is done,
And let us soon finish what we have hegun;
Until we arrive at the long wished for goal,
And the people are warmed by the low price of coal.
Our federal Court building will soon be erected,
for the hill it has passed, and the lot is selected;
Hut the great question now is to find out the man
Who started the move, and suggested the plan.
Hut, dear friends, we've got it, no mittcr v. ho led it,
And ask not the question of "who deserves credit ?"
Hut breathe tt no more, let it rest in the shade
Where cold and unhonorcd such trophies are laid.
We've another good paper, both spicy and ncv,
To ?ive us the items from Scott to t.aruc;
S i vc'll fill up a bumper and drink to the health
Of our sparkling oung neighbor, the "New Commonwealth."
We've a brand new council of men good and wise,
That will listen unto their constituents' cries;
And we know that those cries, they will not be in
And on our finances no longer a Dranc;
No longer be Minus our water and light,
To guide us to Church on a dark stormy night.
Our morals are even Tom HelTiicr's yarns
Are not half as bad since the advent of Hames.
' I is a religion that gives us all hope,
'I hat omc day the portals of Heaven will ope,
And give us all entrance to a happier laud;
Hy mystical breezes of June ever fanned.
Where magical blossoms unfold to the eye,
And the music of Seraphs rewound though thc.sky.
A p'ace that the people fall in love with instante ,
And the Ocncial Assembly never to Atlanta,
Where no member, either in or fun,
Tries to carry the Capita! to I,e.ington;
Where every man knows his own friends and connections,
And thanks to the Lord ! there are no more elections;
Where there are no struggles, no strifes, nor contentious.
No primary meetings or public conventions,
all men are eitta', none stronger or weaker,
A ml no struggles fur lilackbum or CarlU'e for Speaker,
Where there is no whisky, tobacco or tascs.
And n"hody lias to grind other men's axes;
Where there h no outcast, no rogue and no sinner,
And the prisoners each day get ,i nice Christmas
Oh! friends, haste the day when there'll be a new
And the Heaven above will be Heaven on earth.
All the lonely year long, the day in and out,
I've brought unto jour doors the welcome Kousi) v
And when the days were cold, and the winds dreary
You found me on my beat, faithful and earnest still,
llriiiging juu the news throughout your lounty and
Then surely, my dear friends, on me you will have
I've brought jou many a daj's news of peace and
So please dive down in your pockets and reward the
A one tlioiisuml dollar tioml,
of the iMie ol IMiimry, ISlH,
llie rale of mx per cent, and due in
IH'.l'l, luin licon Irninel mid f on exhibition
in llie window ol Mr. .Itw. LeL'oinpte
Smith Side. Only one coupon has been detached.
Frank Stanley, colored, uliotdiot Chailey
Mt'sjiieeii, coloied, at the Kentucky
Miliwiry liititiiuie, was tried in the Circuit
Coutt his olleiise having hveii
reduced to a iniHilcuicanor, and wuh tine.l
one liuiidiid dollars ami i to work it out
at the rate ol one dollar per day ou county
work, lie is in charge of Jailer Sluehan
"Rough on Rats."
Cleans out rats, mice, roachen, llie.s, ants,
ukuiikH, chipiimulvH, gophers.
Xo mnilcr how hlintteied the inns
he lioin of any kind, the f I rent
Ocrnmii Iiiviyonilor will neetire health and
hnppiiuH. See mlvoi tieiiieht.
Ths Hunk of Kentucky Iiih declared a
dividend of lour and the
Dank three per cent, on capital
The firm of Morris A; AImmui, merchant
tailois. has heen dUiolved, Mr. A. (5. Morris
retiring. Mr. A. O. will continue
the nt the old stand on Main
It is a fnct that hoisc ate lnvi tir
Iioihi'S with ringhnnes and spavin
they can make money liy Kendall'.-
Spaviu Cure. Head ndveriweinent.
Mrs Dr. C'rutcher has heen quite ill this
Little lliih Ikanch lias heen very much
for several days.
Henry Parrent nud Jas. Parker
were in the village this week.
W. Jackioii is in Illinois spending
some time visiting relatives.
ML-8 Mollie McKwan, of Frankfort, is
the guest ol Mrs. Katie
Miss Kate liatclill'e, ol liagdad, is the
guest of Miss lietlie McWiiliains.
Miss O'Connel. of Puiinglon, has
heen visiting Iriends in lhi Mctinn
Willie Crockett, ol Je-.-amine county,
i- visiting relatives in this section.
Miss Minnie Qaines has returned houi"
from a visit to friend" in this vicinity.
Mr. S. O. Crockett, who mashed his hand
very hud Ivy Inst Saturday, is improving.
Klder T. X. Arnold preached at the
Bridgeport Christian Church lait Sunday.
Mi-s Pinkie Buckley is spending several
days Iriends in this neighborhood.
Lister Terry is at home Irom school, in
Shelby county. Will remain several weeks.
Bad colds ami change of reideiice seem
to be the prevailing epidemics in this section
at this time.
Mr. W'.G. Roberts mid Inmily, of Shelby
coiinlv, spent tliu holiduvs ti lends
in this vicinity.
Iloll ol honor ot Bridgepnit school, for
the week ending Januaiv otli, 1882: Lena
Huberts, John Brown, Annie Do'wden.
The Cotbai. brothers, ot Owen count ,i
spent the holiday? in this viciniiy. Th s
gentlemen are noted lor their line Oi-it I
Mi Henry Thompson, wife and Mr
Archie Shields, of Wuodloid eoiiuiy, havej
I'l'turned home from a vi-it to tiie lumilv f
Mi. A. B. Brunch.
Mrs Mary Cunniin;hain, Mi-s Minnie
Haw kin.-, ol Louisville and Mi--Sue ( u.
vert, ol lioone county, were the jLiie is o i
Dr. ). Ihivvkins and laiuiy
Our tiee. ami the exercises
held in connection therewith, on Monday
night, Dec 25, were a decide I success.
Dilicaeyon our part forbids any I'utihei
The infant of Dr. and Mrs. XV. Li e
Ciuleher died at the tamily residence,
nijht, after a lew diivs of intense
siitleriim. The patents have the sympathy
oi the entire community.
A mad dog was killed at the Alms house
last week, after having billon several other
dons in the neighborhood. Dr. Crutcher,
Taylor Parrent, and Sam I'arrent each
killed his dog in onler to prevent the spread
of that tearful disease.
Large quaulities ot lumber lauds in
Breathitt uud Ifouan counties, Ky., have
recently been purchased bv Eastern capital
ists, who will erect to cut white
oak for ship building. The piice paid for
the laud ranges from five to ten dollars pel
acre tivutftem Lumberman, Ike, l.".
Ivy.. .Inn. 0 1882.
Augustine, Adam (2) Hanoi. Sallic
Buriel, Curry llanod, John 0
Branmini, Nancy .lolinson, Sam
Calines, Archie dohnson, Mary
Clarke, D B dohnson, Mollie
Carter, John Lee, Mollie
Callen, .loe A Miligau. Carry
Davis, Xancy Win A
Fly tin, .Sarah Patterson, Liuamla
(Iriihani, Mrs Belle Hice, Augie
Oreeii, Louisit Whiteheieal. George
Fliinry, U F Whiteing, dohu
IIiiIViumii, Bettie Washiugion, Walker
When calling for the above letlers please
say advertised J. Li. IIatciiitt, P. M.
The Board of of the Public
School now in ollice have one lerm,
and proven laithlul and cflirietit. Thcie
leeins to be u very general desire to have
them accept the lor another tetm,
Thev have not been but it i-hoped
they will not refuse to obey the will
of the people. By the following
announcement in your paper, von will confer
n favor m,
M.vnv Patrons or tiii; Sciiooi,.
For Tiustees of the Public School-:
V. S. DEIlONKY,
D L I1ALY.
gp t i
Editor Houiutiifiou :
In answer to a call made upon us a few
days since, tlirouii the cnlumnx of the
HofNDAiiotT and Yeoman, to become candidate-
for School Trustees we will that
while vvc do not seek the
if the people de-ire our services tor another
tetm, and elect us, we will endeavor
to discharge the duties to the best of our
D L. H.vi.v.
W. S. Dkiionky
Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't
be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
inteinellv. Price To cents
W. S. DIiH0NE 7
DEALER IN SAPLE AND f ANCY
lid, U &
I cordially invito you to call and examine tin-Now
and Fresh Stock of (ioods.
MAIN STREET, FRANKfORT, KY
.Sep. '5 tf.
USUAL TIIUUSDAY AFTERNOON
exercises at tho Kentucky Institution for
tho Education and Training of Feeble Minded
Children nil! dike place every Friday
from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution
Is open for visitor at any time when most
convetlleiit for them to attend.
JOHN IJ. A. STEWART, Superintedont.
'1 In uiiirsl ever
discovered a- it i- icrtiin in it- elfcti ,nd docs not
blister. KI.AU lil.l.uvv.
Saved him $1,800
Aiuii, N. Y. J.ui. 30, i3Si.
Dr. 1! J. Kfvimli. S: Co,, Gents; ll.ivinsued a
good deal of your Kendall's Spavin Cure with ;rcat
siic, I thought 1 would let vou know what it ha-done
fur me. 'I wo years .uo 1 had a- a colt
as via-ever in County. hen I
him, ho kicked over the and j;ot
and tore one of his hin 1 les .ill to pieces. I employed
the best but thev -ill he wa,
-polled, lie had a verv Tarse and I
Used two bottle- of our Kendall'- Spavin Cure, and
it too the entirely olT, and ho -old alterw aril-fur
$iSoo dollar-'. it for bone spavin-
aiul vv mil anil it lias (.ureil eompletelv ,
and left the lee smooth
It is a medicine for I have I
reconimeuded it to a good many, and thej all -ay it I
djos the work. 1 in vv itliuruiKton iN: rsncel.iiiu
store, pi Adam-, the other day and -aw a very
tine ))icturo jou sent then. 1 tried to buy it
but could not; they -aid if I would write to you that
vou would -end me one. 1 juu would, and I
will do vou all the good I can.
,C I tlllJ , 1., .,
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
ON HUJIAX FLESH.
Yevay, Intl., Aug. i:tli, iSSi.
Dm. II, J, Kumi vix .S: Co., Gent-: Sample ot circulars
received; to-da). Please send me with
ins imprint, printed on one only. I he Kendall's
paviu v.ure i- in cscciicm iicinaiui nun n-, ;ioii noi
only but for liumaii ailment-also. Mr. Jo-,
Voris, one of the leading farmers in our country,
sprained an ankle badly; and knowing the value of
the remedy for tried it on himself, and it did
far better than he hail expected, lurid the sprain in
very short order.
Yours respectfully, C. 0. I'iiikiiand.
Price Si per bottle, or 0 bottles for $i. All druggists
have it or can get it for vou, or it will be sent to auv
address on receipt of price by the proprietor-, Ok. I.
J. KrsiiALi. ."v: Co., Enosburgh P.ilU, Vt. Send for
SOLD BY ALLDRUGGJSTS.
EGBERT & SON,
Bouse, Sign, and Ornamental Painters
and Decorative Paper llaiiginj:
Orders left nt Averill's drug .tore will be promptly
attended to. April
I T. RDNYAN,
II s just received hia full and Winter stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
lira I UJJUO,
Call and see him at Swigert's old
St. Clair Street. Frankfort, Kentucky.
A ititorist in a grNt nml saw. mill,
ilnin u good buMncis, located in Eliuville,
Address J.M. l'AUKEK.
Dec If! 1-in Wigginton, Ky
DR. JAMES ELY,"
Ollice in Catholic Building,
ON ST. CLAIR STREET.
Office Hour 7 to S A. M.. 12 to 1 I'. .A!., 7 to
LOWER THAN EVE1L
Arbucklc's Coffer, ti c. per Pk'gc.
(irecn Coffee from 11 to IS Cents.
Grjiimlated Sugar 12 Cis. n Pumul,
Best Leaf Lani io Cents a Pound,
Other nrtieles too nauierou.s to mention in
ii i ura nub.
All goods delivered to any jiart oi the city free.
Hi.'iiJon Building, South I'ntnkfoit.
TELL the NEIGHBORS
Ila a new -tore nt Ill.OOMINCTON,
vviiori' ho ki'i'? 11 full lino of uinl
(Iroceries, Dry (lomU, ,Vc. wliieh
i In' soil- eluip for euh. Country produeo
I uanti d.
sO .ft... ....
i i II BV BATTMV
s iiiiiisiJ irtM Mmuki
S. CS. MATT2SRBT,
No.4'V.l M tin Street, over Cru'ebor & Murks'
'WHITE HALL" Cbithinu ifonrc,
3" K, A. 3ST 3C S" O Z'. T, Z2I TT .
SPECIAL INDUCEMENT: AUK OFFERED
in tho imy of filU' picture; of nil style nml
Why will tho people ol Frmiklort
send to the city lor work when tuey e.tti bo
S. 1", Smiiii, M. l. (J. . 1 ll.cws, M. U
Drs. Smith & Brown,
Physicians $ Surgeons,
FRANKFOH rV , KY.
Office and refiileneo ne.t dour to the U.iptUt
Church, S'. Clair
Will praetlc In the courts of IVmikl'ti mid the
adjoining counties, und will nlfo gn pcci:ll
attention to tin purchase nml salu uf n n' itatc,
collection of rents, claims, and tho u. guilutlon
ot luuns. Ollice opposite Coutt
Job Work ently Executed
at tills Office.
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