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The Frankfort Roundabout. vi m
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
Volume VI. FRANKFORT KY.. 1ULY 21. 188. Number 44. j
REGULAR
KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET,
FANNIE FREESE!
1(41111 milking her regular trips from Frankfort
Louinvilln. Sho leaves Frnnkfort every
uosday and Friday at 7 o'clock, and rates itro
as ohcap at any other transportation. Tho
Fatinio Freeso belongs to Frnnkfort nnd In Capt.
, S. V. Pence, and why not patronir.o litr?
(Spooil rates on nil freight going south or weft'
fnd turpugh bills of lading given.
- S. V. Pane,
Prop'r.
BEN FREEMAN,
Matter.
J. E. KIRTLEY,
Agtnt.
July 14 tf.
,W. T, RDNYAH,
Has just received his spring nnd summer stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, &C.
Call and see him at Swigert's old
standi
St. Clair Street, Frznkfort, Kentucky.
Nov. 11-3111.
W. S. DEHONEY
DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
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I cordially Invito you to call and examine my
Now and Fresh Stock of Goods.
MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY
Sep 3 tf.
LANDBETH'S
GARDEN SEED
EM BULK AND PAPERS,
GUARANTEED FRESH.
ALSO
VICE'S FLOWER SEED,
AT
JOE LeCOMFEE'S
SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE-
NOTICE
H "t
USUAL TI1UKSDAY AFTERNOON
TlIE
at thn Kentucky for
the Education and Training of Fccblo Minded
Chlldron will hi'Tciiftot tuko Friday
afternoon Irom 'i to 4 o'clock P. M. Tho
Is upon for visitors nt nny time when must
convenient (or them to uttend.
JOHN Q. A. S5TKWAHT, Superintcdent.
Oct.
Watches, Fine Clocks, Sn.fr&vmg, Ssr.
SAMU.EL AYERS..
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.,
WATCH MA.HEK,
Succespor to B. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfort,
Ky continues tlin watch repairing business
nt tho old stand. It v DroinptiU'ss and o.ireful
work ho hopes to merit tho liatronngo of those
who desiro to have their watjhoi repaired without
damage being ilunn them. Surveyor' compasses
repaired and nthor instruments requiring
delieato and aoourato adjustment.
In retiring from business In Frankfort t tako
.pleasure In expressing my entlro confidence in
TWr. S. AyroK, nnd from my long acquaintance
with him as a workman, do not hesitato to commend
him ns every way capablo of mooting the
expectation of my former patrons.
11. F. MEEK.
Sept.
THE DANGER OP OVER-EXERTION.
A Stalwart Man Becomes Weaker
Than a Child and Then Recovers
his Former
Strength.
(Waterloo, N. Y,, Observer.)
In these dnyeot rowine. giants and ntliletic
lieroct) line pliveicnl is more
nliserved tlutti ever belore since the tune of
the Athenian gnnien. A innti who hIiows
t lie elements of physical power is looked up
to far more than in the days of our ancestors
poeibly because there are fewer specimens
of well-developed manhood than then. An
emissary ol this paper met a magnificent
specimen of physical power a few days since
in the person of Dr. A. W. McNumes, ol
Waterloo. Hi- muscles, which showed
unusual development, were as hard as wood.
At his request the writer sought to pinch
him in the arms or leg-, but found it wholly
impossible. A realization ol what is meant
by an iron man was fully made muniiest.
"Have you always been so stalwart as
this?" iuquiteri the news gatherer.
'Not by any means," was the reply.
"When a young man I was always stiong
audnctive'aud telt that 1 could accomplish
anything. This feeling so took possession
of me on one occasion that I attempted to
lilt a box which lour men loitnd it
lo move. I succeeded in placing it on
the WHjion, but in two miuiiles lioin that
time I Mas unconscious and remained so lor
hours, and when 1 recovered consciousness
I vomited a large quantity of blood From
that day 1 began to grow weak and sickly
I believed thai I had suffered some internal
injury and experienced a general debility,
which seemed similar to the ell'ects produced
by malaria. My back was very weak; 1
had no appetite, and at times loathed lood.
My lips were parched and cracked. My
head lelt as though it were entirely oppn at
the top and it pained me on the side intensely.
In fix weeks' time I had fallen away
Irom 208 pounds to less than 170; 1 was in
a most wretched condition. I was completely
discouraged."
"What did the doctors say about you?"
"Almost everything. I consulted no les-than
six dillerent physicians. They all
treated me and none did me any good. At
that time I was suffering intensely. 1 could
not i-it upright but was obliged to rest in a
cramped, uneasy position. 1 was compelled
to inmate every live minutes anil I passed
over thiee quarts every day. 1 was not
living, I was existing
One night (how well I remember it!) my
wile had put the children all in bed, when
the feeling came over me that I should live
but a very slioit lime. My wife and I talked
matteis all over and gave the minutest
directions ns to what she should do alter 1
was gone. I was not in a tlLhty condition
by any means, for the doctor, on leaving
town the day following, bade mu good bye,
saying lie never expected lo see me again,
for 1 was Hiitlering with HtightV disease ol
the kidneys in its last stages.- Within the
n xt few days more than twenty Irieuds
came to hid me good bye. Among the
number was Dr. John L Clark, lie asked
mu what I had used in the way of medicines.
I told him. lie then recommended a
edy ol which I had heard itniuli, but about
which 1 was very skeptical. It laitli were
an element of power itcerlainlv was lacking
in my cane."
"And so you did not try it?"
"On the contrary, J did tiy it and lo my
surprise it seemed to go to ju.i the spot.
Indeed, it was the inoif pulttiuUc thing I
had taken into .my mouth for months. 1
relished it.
"And did it cure yon?"
"Do I look as it fi did?"
"Yes, indeed What was it?''
Safe Cure."
"A ropr etnry medicine!"
"01 Whatol that? I suppose I
once hud as great a prejudice unuiiihi advertised
medicines ns any one could have.
When I was studying medicine at Ann
Arbor, Michigan. 1 used to vow with the
rest of the class that we would light all such
icmedies at all times. When a man comes
down to the last hour, however, and bids
hi-, witc and friends good be, such bigoted
piejudices ns these all vanish, 1 can
yon, mid any remedy that can cure is gladly
welcomed."
"And how have you neen since then?"
"As well or belter, than betoie."
"Do you still exeit our strength?''
"Certainly, lint I do not as
foimeily. My stro gih 8 iuctuising cvety
day, and mv health I know
that my life was saved by Warner's Sale
Cure, mid J believe it is the best medicine
that was ever compounded by any chemist
or physician, I am willing the doctois
stiould sneer at me for 'such a statement if
they choose, but 1 have proven its truth,
and nm prepared to stand by it."
The above experience should be ol great
value to all who are sit tiering. It shows
the deceptive nature of this terrible malady:
t'mt all symptoms are common to it, and
that there is but one way by which it can
be absolutely avoided,
C B. Lyttle, Manchester, Ky says he
has ued Brown's Iron Bitters in" his Inmi'y,
find it is all it claims to be.
Flag Pork.
Blackberries arc abundant.
Oat harvest is about over.
Mr. E. B. Bailey is on the sick list.
Mr. C. V. Bailey lias gone to Louisville
on business.
Hon. J.C. Smith has got the tobac
co in tins section.
The Flat Creek base ball club will piny
the Elkhornclnb Saturday afternoon.
One of Mr. Ben. Yoiints, litllejchildren
fell Wednesday and broke its arm in iwo
places.
Mr. A. B. Polgrove moved in with Mrs.
Sain Slnttery Monday I guess she can
stav at home now.
I would like for some'one to tell me
why a man gets mad when he is warranted,
ns it is generally the case that thev do o.
Mr. W. A. McDowell and Miss It Filer.
"s'mJth were missing from home about the
same time two or three weeks since, neither
could be heard frr.m until they came home
Tuesday in a buggy, stayed all njuht. nnd
went to Vereailles next dav, saving they
had married and gone to house-keeping in
that place.
Mr. W. IT. Grubb died at bin resilience,
in this neighborhood, on Friday, July Kith,
1SS3, nged 50 years and five month", after a
short but painful illness with disense of the
spine. His mnnv friends and acquaintance-will
be pained to hear of hi's death. His
wife and seven children linvp the heartfelt
sympathy of the entiie conimnnitv. The
remains were interredi in the Pleasant
Ridge Church yard.
U. K:iotv.
,
Switzer.
Born. On 15'th inst., to P. C Smith nnd
wife, a daughter.
But verv little news to be found this week.
Mot every peison has gone visiting.
Miss Belle Carter, and Mis Tda
are visiting in New Henry
county.
J. W Gayle, of the South Side drug
slore. is visiting his parents, Dr. R. C.
Gayle and wife, this week.
Miss Bettic Lyon and Miss Lizzie Hoover
spent several days with Mr. Win. BrNtow
and wife, nt Cove Hill Farm last week.
Mr. Dudly Carter, an old citizen of this
neighborhood, died nt hi- residence on the
10th inst.. after in of onlv i lew
days. He leaves a wife and children to
mourn his los-. The bereaved family
have our sympathys.
Belle and Carrie Haidin. nnd Mis-Hattie.
of Monterey, who
have been friends in this neighborhood,
ret in ned home on of
week, very much to the regret of all who-e
it was to meet them, and more
especially the yonns: men. We hope the
voung Indies enjoyed their vis', ami that in
the near future we nicy again have t lie
pleasure of extending t !i 3 hand ol welcome
to the young ladies in our neighborhood
ajiain.
It woui'i suprisc you to see the chanire
that ha- taken place in some of the vouuj:
men of this neighborhood in the vwek.
Young men that have always woin a pleas
ant smile on their faces in the now
look a perfect picture of A
uronpof them mnv be eve
ning at this place around and stand
imr about, ivinj f a-ked "why tarry ye here, '
with a long luce and verv -ad look they
will say. "the uirls have all gone home;
thee who have been Niting the neiuhbo -hood
nnd of those living hue have
gone away on a vi-it, and we have no wheio
to l'o. Cheer up. boys, live in hopes that
they will all return again in the very near
future.
Oxen A Wi:i;k.
For Sale.
A TEUSEV WAGON AND IIAKN'KSS
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new, will sell ctieap. to
llry.int cv: Shields, opposite the
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83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83
Frankfort Roundabout
AND TIIK LOUISVlI.I.i:
WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL
One year for ouly $2 00, Two papers for
little more than the price of one.
Hy nayinj; ui $J oo you will receive for one yeir
your home paper with the oui'lllll,
the representative newspapei of the South, and the
best, biightest and ablest family VVwulilv in the
United States Those who doire to esaminc a sample
copy of the can do so
at this office.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
MONOGRAMS
AND
ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY
MADE TO ORDER.
OTIS W. SNYDER,
LEXZIlSTGirTOISr, KY.
Work-shops and Sales-room No. S North Upper Street.
CHEAP FLOUR.
H'e havo greatly reduced tho price of our
Hour. As uvideiicu rend tho follow in;
CAPITAL PATENT - -$3.75 per hundred
FEANKfOBT BELLE- 3.00 "
XXX 2.75 " 1
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Ijiivv grades in propurtion.
A libcr.il discount lo dealer?.
June MA1UI.V BROTHERS.
!
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The ono ?fory brick warehouse nnd lot on
uliK'h the iMuiu is situiitt'd, lndonging to M.
K. Cochran, on tliu West iiilo ol Lewi- street, ad- I
joining w 11. linys rutiuutce, in iranluort
For tirms ai)plv to
D. W. LINDSF.Y.
April 'JS, lSS:i Int.
boils,
TOiswaKSiSBiiiliiiS! LOSS
nm
Appetite
fi i ii rwa
EnSM&imttt gaeaMHaiuai
Bk B.R SELLERS & CO.
PROPRIETORS. PITTSBURGH. PA.
Fox Sale.
rp0 NEW UKICK COTTAGES, located
X on Hro.itlway, hetweun Washington anil
Wilkinson For terms apply to
L. A. THOMAS.
May
DR. JAMES ELY,
Office in Catholic Building,
ON ST. CLAIR STREET.
Office Hours 7 to 3 M., 12 to 1 P.M., 7 to
8 P. M.
hi ttg Mid3 to Order.
Solid Gold and Steels Spectacle?.
INSTRUCTIONS
How to Test Your Eyes-
A NO
Order Sent FREE.
T
WM. CROMWELL,
Attorney-at-Law,
AND
Sleal Sstate Agent,
Will practice in the courts of Franklin and the
iuloinltK counties, and will also give special
nttentiun fo the purchase and sale of rral estotc,
cnlltctiori of oliiims, and the negotiation
of luiins. OITiiiu opposite Court House.
June
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JUST RECEIVED BY
BERBERICH,
Marob.aat Tailor,
ST. CLAIR STREET,
v Pt
BETWEEN
MAIN and BROADWAY,
Keeps constantly on hand
clothes, doeskin, ami novr.
ost stjles of fanay French
cissuncros. Ho Is prepared
to mako them up on shor
notice, and give perfect tit-tin;
srartuent?, styll."!i mul
comfortable.
W. J. CHINN,
DEALEH IN
ALL KINDS OF COAL
Will sell at tiro very lowest figures
FqR CASH!
J. C. BUSH, D. R S.,
deittist,
FRANKFORT, KY.,
(Successor to Dr. T, L. Taylor.)
Can bo found at his nfllec from SJ a. m. to 5 p.
m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to the
entire satisfaction of thoso who may choan to
patronize him. July
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