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, The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VI. wmmxmmtnmmKmimwmiM.mMmmmmmrmmKmKmmmmmnmmm S -1 t II f A II I i IUL 0 I I Beware I I U of Franfl. o Li tS aaaaaaaaaaaaftl "" Unscru S m. I ar SlBnHKkmSeSRntfl t pulo us Earties ave tried to imitate our Renv edy and deceive thepublic by using SIMILAR NAMES, 3- MQ W "HIEK b u t d 0 r sj btchpHfS5bVb B K not be deceived! seo that p Res 'WCnnfSB tho word IffiBl . sJImI IdfC with pic ture of an Iron Safe, onablack wrapper andwnite letters is on every package. Also, seo that it is on the and stamp, and take no other. H. H. WARNER & CO. ROCHESTER. N.Y. BSPThis remedy is an absolute specific for the hstasts of women; for the nervous troubles of youth, and for the debility which precedes vld nsc A statistic, show that all arise from the kidneys or liver, c can guarantee fncdum from disease by reason of the power which our Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure possesses over these organs, l'or Diabetes ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. W. S. DHHONE' 7 DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. 1 u p & ffi. I cordially invito ,ou to call and cMiiuiiio uij Now and Stock uf Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY .S:i tf. HALL'S hum Rure 7.1 BY PHYSICIANS. OXXJfcCabaa Ontnrrh of tho Nusal and Ulcerative; Oatnrrh of the Car. Eye or Throat. It is taken INTERNALLY, and nets DIRcCTLY upon th Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It Is the bost Blood Purifier In tho WO.iLD. and Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alone. ONLY UAL CUES FOR CATARRH tXTIN THE MARKET. And we offer One Hundrod Dollurs for any Oaso of Catarrh It will not Ouro. WILL CUIUS ANY CASE. Ofllco of A. T. Stewart & Co. ) Chicago, 111., Juno 4, IbSO. J Mtssrt. F. J. Cheneit Co., Toledo, O. Oentlemrml taf.o pleasure, in Informing you that 1 Iium) used Hall's Catarrh Curt). U lias ouredmi Iwiwviyliul r.ml don't hesltufoto nay that it will euro uny ram of Catarrh if taken properly. Vuura tt uly, J. 11. WBATHEBrORO. WOBTII 010 A IIOTTLE. E. Murray. Jueksou, Micb., writes Havo had Catarrh for SO yearH. IlallM Catarrh Curu cut ed me. Consider it worth $10.00 a bottle. l$-Sold by all DruRKlstsat T5 ctn per bottlo. Mnnufactiirwl antl boMIiv F .T. CHENEY & CO. Solo Proprletom, TOLEDO, OU10. l'Yr Siilo by JOS. LkCOMI'TK, Oct DHUflOIST, South Frankfort. Wigginton. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY Stock hog me eellin tit t cents per pound. Toliacco liuyer.M itre jjettiiij; qiiitu ami prices lire j;eltiii; lietter. ftof. .1. C. Hriilcs liouylit Fr.itilcliu IIciliiclc'H Imv Htttltllu pticu iiiiUnown. Mr. Oeoigt Pinker, of Wooillonl, nputit Inst week with tiie luinily ol W. S. Mc Clionl. Itev, Iliriini Fonl Iiiih (Itcliiieil topienoli n O.ikliiiid Cliriitiiui Clmrcli for Mr. Oilil Hodiiek lioitlit. n few ilnys ngo, from .lolin Milton Wiley one buy mare nt !j8.j cnali. Mr. Willin Wiley elnims to Imve llic hoss tolmuco crop in the United Slates lor length tind color. Win. Wntson'fi cwe.M have .dropped him thirtyodd liniiliu, and the most of ilium ate doiiii' vtell. Mr. H. T. Pav'n, of Bourhon, fient several lit vts lant week with J. IC. Iledriek, near our village. - want the next Representative and our Miters all unite on Esiiuiie Milton Wiggin-Ion it's the man. Mrs dames done., o( .Scott county. ,ppnt several days lasst wtek with the lamily of lames W. Bridges. There never was Mich a demand in of the State heforj lor work as lew to .sell as at present. Esquiie Milton U igginton has bought S or 10 pounds ol toliaeeo, at an average ol 7 cents per pound. The lead mines on the waters of Camp Pleasant Bianch are wtitl to lie getting very rich with anil gold ore. Mr Wyatt. Parkei's new dwelling, under construction, adds greatly to ilieappearanee ol the went end of our village. Mr. Willie Wiggintnn and MNs Eliza June Sharp spent last Sunday with Mi Annie Willey, in Sweet Owen. One ol our fanners was offered, hist week, $'-lo lo per hundred for his crop of While Butley tolmccoand it, wanting 40 Mr. Odd Hediick killed SO l.iids. 40 .1 IJ coons and 4 crows in one day hist week, and did not hunt but six houis. A few nights since some worthless dogs made a laid on Milton Wiaginfon's llock ol sheep and killed several woilh 8 per head. Several of our best mathematicians liae gone blind overworking themselves on that hog pioblem iiiven our yieae.her. and jet its bejond solution. Mr. J. T. Spencer bus letiud from the mcrninlilo owing to leeble health, and is working as a liirm liand lor Esquire Milton Wigginton. Eliiivilleis loliae aiiother wedding in a lew dny.s. and (Seoige Brink will be badly fool'id il lie is not out; ol the parties, So i-as Madam Iiimor. Itev, .lolin T Benton will pivacli at the Mt. Vernon Chinch the balance of the ear, on the fourth Sunday, instead of the second as heretoloie. Mr. W. S. McCoid and Mr. (".nines will in a lew days exchange placet, of business, Mr. McCoid will go to tanning and Mr. fiaiuis io merchandising. Mrs. .huncs W. Biidges, Mr. J. N. Biiilges niiil wile, and Miss Lizzie Bridges .spent last I nesilay with riol .1.1 . JJmiges, and enjojeil Ins bachelor lio.pit:ilily. Miuliiiiie Kiiinor says that Mcssi. Frank lledrick and John Lo-.s Budges will lead to the liytn tiinl ultei two of Owen's laiiest daughters hi a lew weeks. boys. The scarlet l'eer is among the children in and around llaiuiony, Owen founU, as well as at the head ol Cedar, in this county. In the family of lilins. Mciloid theie are llnee cases. I'rof. J. C Bridges singing at Mt. Vernon Chinch will close on the -M S.itinduy in ne.l month. This class unnibers sixty scholais and is the heel e or oigauied in the Sluio. Mr. Jnuttri W. Biidgos, our popular tobacco mail, spent seiral day hist week in Louisville looking alier the interest ol our laimeis whom he iepiei'iiH in this and Mr. C. E Ciiilins ..ent neveral ilitys in ibis pait of the county week looking up hiM'ImiK'e lor sheitil', Mr. Collins has many warm tiicuds in this pint of the county and if he should see lit to make the race he would meet a warm support. d. K II. No mutter how shatteud the system iniij be hnm excesses of any kind, the (Ireut (leriiian Invigoiator will secuie health and luippinesH, See mUeitiseinent. Tuikcyp, (diickens, and rahhiis at J. M, Bantu's Bridgeport. Anolher wedding soon. Mrs, Katie Branch is sick this week. Mrs. Rebecca Crockett has recovered from her recent illiies. Little Mis Lida Terry is viiting her aunt, Miss Maggie Jenkins, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. have been very much indisposed for several days. Miss Alma Scofield, of this place, is visiting friends in the Purrington neighborhood Pnuer meeting at the Bridgeport Christian Church every Wednesday night, at 01 o'clock. Mrs Fannie Parrent has in her possesion a gold coin (lint has been in the family more than one hundred jears. Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for week ending Jan. 20, 1BSH : Lena Robert-, John Blown, Anne Dowdeu, Paul Crutcher, Milchuin Sargent. Mrs. Amanda Scaniland, who tlied in Louisville this week', was brought to her late home near this place, and interred in the lamily burying ground on Wednesday. A lady in ibis vicinity has in her possession the slipper worn by her mother on the occasion ot her marriage lit ty year- uno, tho 8'ime being" in a perfect state of pie-el vaiion . . . Belle Point. Judge Pence has bought about '200,01)0 feet ol logs on this title. Born. To Jesie Maun and wile, on the evening of the 12th, a 10 pound boy. Miss Alice Cox left Tuesday for u to her brother, Mr. Walter Cox, at Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. George Lewis is building a hon-e on the old homestead place, about four miles Irom town. Conductor Ed. Roberta, of the L. it X., has rented one of Judge Pence's houses and moved in. Mr. Jas. Zook has rented Mr. J. F. Dea-kin's new house, on Wilson street, anil will move in this week. Capt. S. V. Pence went to Carrollton and Louisville this week on business connected with his new boat. Mrs. Mary L. Todd returned home fiom Paris last week, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Clino. Judge fSui lies' little girl, Mary Lena, has been quite sick this week, but has recovered stillicieiitly to attend school again. Mr. R L. Grinstoad was Inst Sunday elected Supeiinlendeiit of the Belle Point Sunday School, vice S. S. King, resigned. Mr. W. II. Lewis is erecting a neat frame cottage on the lot adjoining Capt. S. V. rences. Messis. lerpin ami Allison are the contractors. The Misses Todd entertained the Belle Point Social Club last Tuosda evening in hnniNonie style. The next meeting will bo witli Mi.-s Maggie Huidic. Messrs. Diugiu. Moore and O. C. Deakius sold 4 hogshead of tobacco mised in this coiinlv to the Farmers'' Tobacco as Inflows: $21 oQ, 21, Sill. $13 7.') an average o I $1S Otl per hundred. Mr. Sid S. King, who has held the posi tion nt shipping clerk at the Champion Sawmill lor the past year, left for Lexington Tuesday morning to take oharire of Judge W. L Pence's new lumber van! up there. Bloomington Capt. Win. II. Carr, of this place, sold to L. Tobin, . two hogs, tliii teou ton ilujs old, that weighed 1,02.") pounds. Cjrus Calvert, our fellow citizen, is a candidate for the Ucmociutic. nomination lor sheriff. If elected ho will make a good ollicer, as he in a clover follow. Success to Cy. Mr. Dan, Glaiitonon Tuesday last finished lilliug his with a tine qualitj ot ice, iratlieied Irom his pond. Gue.ss there will be mint and things used over that way next summer. We'll endeavor to bo on hand at tho right time. The entertainment of Miss fieorgia Church, at the residence of her lather, Mr. Henry Church, on Fiiday evening was, as predicted, a brilliant ntl'uir, and certainly very eiileitaining to some of tiie boys, as one young ucutlemau did not return home till Sunday night. Job Smith, one of tho merchants of this place, N entitled tit the sympathy ol the community, on account id tho ol his entire flock of chickens, which mysteriously diss appeared a few days since. A flora vigorous seaich ol several das ho tailed to Oud 27. 1883. them Of course there's no thieve" in this locality. Hence the mystery. The nountv should keep srifc bridges on its main roads. The road which passes through this place, and which crosses Elk-horn a short distance below here, is such a rood, and, nt the above named crook, is without such n bridge. Therefore the county should build one. It i$ the duty ol all governments, whether county, Statu or national, to advance the financial interests of their subjects. It is to ibe financial interests of thee people to be enabled to reach the lauding on the' river at the mouth of Klkhorn. Therefote the county should favor and aid a move in that direction. Here we have the duty of the county in to two things, which lorlunalely for all concerned, aie into one. That one thing is a new bridge in a new place, and that new place is a short distance below the dilapidated bridge. Two lards killed at one throw is good I browing. NiiM'i'.i:. "Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches flies nnt, bed-bugs, shanks, chipmunks, gophers 2")c I)ruggils i 83 . wwj SAMUEL AYSES, FORMERLY OE DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WA.TCH MAKER, Successor to B. F Mek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues tliu w.tteh repairing buinc? at the obi stand. I! nroiiiptni"s tint careful work he hopes to merit the patronage ot those who desire to hac their watches repaired without d image being do tin them. Surveyors' coin-passes repaired and other instruments riquirlng deliiMto and accurato adjustment. In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in impressing my entiro confidence in Air. S. Ayrc, and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him us every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 11. F. MEEK. Sept. istotick" S-JH- E USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON r: exercises nt tho Kentucky for the Education and .training of Fecblo Minded Children will hereafter take place every Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. The Institution is open for visitors at any time when most convenient for them to attend. JO HX Q. A. STEWART, Superintetlent. Oct. Knights Templar CHA.R MS ! Largo Assortment of SOLID SILVER LADLES ! FORKS AND SPOONS. Large Assortment of iaiM.MEliff Water Sets, Tea Sets, Castors, Butter Dishes, Pickle Stands, Baskets, And Novelties in Fine- American Silver Plate. If you need any of tho above goods, or anything else In tho Jewelry Line, we are selling ut Wholesale Prices. Quality guaranteed. OXIS W. fciXYWER, liy. Number 19. W. T. RUNYAN, Has jint recoived bis fall and Winter stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old stand St Clair Street Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. FOR SALET A interest in a and sn doing a xooil Inc.itul in Elmvillc, I'r.ikkbn countv. Address J. M. PARKER, Wigginton, Ky DR. JAMES ELY, Office in Catholic Building, ON ST. CLAIR STREET. Office Hours 7 to S A. M 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to 8 P. M. TELL the NEIGHBORS JOB R., Has opened a new store at BLOOM IXliTON, where be keeps a full line of (Jhi mid Groceries, Dry (Jood. Notions, Seo. which ho sells cheap for eush. Country produce wanted. .Nov. L'.)..!iii. S. F, Smith, M. D. G. A. D. II. own, M. D Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians $ Surgeons, F TtJL. IS K F O K. X , KY. Oflico and residence next door to tho Baptist Church, S'. Clair street. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law, AND Heal Estate Agent, Will prnctice in tho courts of Fiiinklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and "ale of real estate, collection of renH, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House June THE CHEAPEST IT BATE JTffl m This gate is in uu and strongly recommended by Joseph Robinson, Wakclleld & West, TaIor Collins, Judge W. L. Ponce, Colon .M.Jon", and others in this locality. It has been manufactured ami largely in tho Xorthern States tor the last MX or sevin years, aud is. universally ac kiiowlvdgcil to be tho uiot successlul gato ever invented. IT COSTS KO MORi: THAN A GOOD COMMON' UATIL and et can always he opened and without liLM'TING OFT. It has been so thoroughly tested there can be no doubt but it will out lust any ordinary gate. Send jour onUrs to J. T. STATE1T at once, and enjoy tho luxury of riding through jour gate witnout getting out in the MUD. w. j. ohinn7 DKAt.KR IN ALL KINDS OF COAL Yilhollattho very lowestfigures FOR CASH! " J. C. BUSH, D. D. 8., KltAN'IvK'OIi'r, ICY., Stit.ccv.or to Dr. T. L. T.t)lor.) Can bo found at his ofllco from SJ a. m. M 5 p. m. rt'tuly to do all kinds of dental work to tho entiro satisfaction of those who may chose, to pitronie him. July 15 ly Job Work Neatly Exc cutert at this Office.