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' ' . ' The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR m Volume VI. FRANKFORT KY., AUGUST 25, 188. Number 49. HBUJIf UBJUWIHlWWiSBMMUMI nTRMMNramrr j BKGULAR KENTUCKY It IYER PACKET, EEggSSBW' i N i&fe (34ffi WsMn iCjiVjjJ mis ij k:i g3g$!3&rrFfrzmP' FANNIE FREESE! I? still nuking hrr regular dips from Frankfort Louisville. She leaves Frankfurt every ucsilny nnd FrMnj at 7 o'clock, mill rates arc ns cheap as any other transportation. Tho Fannie Freeze bolongs to FrunMortnnd to Capr. S. V. Police, hihI why not pulronizo her? Special rates on all freight going south or wept and througkbills of lading given. S. V. Fsncp, r' BEN FREEMAN Matter. J. E. KIRTLEY, "A'rtit. July U tf. I.-T. RDNYAN 3 Hns just received li Is spring mid summer Mock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C. Call and see him at Swigevt's old stand! St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. W. S. DEHONEY DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ild, u & GLA I cordially invito you to call ami examine my New and Fresh Stock of Good. MAIN STREET, FRANKrOUT, KY Sep3.tr. LAHDHETH'S GAMS SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED FRESH. ALSO VICE'S FLOWER SEED, JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. NTOTICJ:. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON THE exercises at the Kentucky Institution for the Education a'ld Training of Foehlu Minded Children will lieu-utter taKu plneo every Friday afternoon (rum 2 to 1 o'clock P. M. Tho Institution is open for at any timu when most convenient for litem to iittend. JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Superintedent. Oct. Watchs, Fine Dlscks, Engraving, Sss. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE. KENTUCKY., WATOH HAIiEK, Successor to B. F. MpcIc, Main Street, Frankfort, Kv., continues the wateli repairing buslucsi) ut the 'old stand. Hv nromptness and ourelul work ho hopes to inorlt tho imtronnjra of those who desire to have their watches icpairod without damage being done them. Surveyors' compasses repaired and other instruments requiring delicate utid uuourato iidjustiuenl. In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasuro in expressing tny enllio conlldenuo in Mr. S. Ayros. and from my long acquaintance with him a" a woikinnn, do not hosltaiu to him ns i-wry way capable of meeting the cxneotntion 1 of my foimer patrons. 11. F. MEEK. Sopt. The Grave of Daniel Boone. The following pong wns written liy Mr.". Eliznlit'tli Mills l'rnlt, nistcr of Dr. J. M. MilN, f'oitnerly nf this city, in J847, pooh nller llic of the remuiiiH of the olil pioneer i ml his i ft from Missouri to our lienut Jul Cemetery, nml guiueil quite a ly snug nil over the Stnto by a Imtid of hinders cnlleil the "ColumbiiiiiH," who it to tho tune of "Oh, curry me bark to Old Virginia's Shore." Mnny of the matrons of this city will fie jjliul to rend nutl treasure tliene lines jih a nicnieuto of MNe Betsy Mills, their teacher in the loni! ago: I. From a lonely grave In M issouri land, A murmuring volco there came: Oh, sons of the Wist, a noblo band, If yo still revere my name, Liht to tho earnest praytr I breathe, And my spirit shall pine in, more ; Oh, hasten to cirry my ashc back To my own Kentucky shore ; Oh, carry me back Oh, cirry me buck To my own Kentucky shore. II. In, tho days of old my choen homa Was the dark mid bloody ground: The tnmde I heard was the panthor's scrciiu, Or tho night wolf howling round ; Hut the haunts tint in life I loved tho best, In doth nre mine no more; Oh, I long for my slumbering dust to rot On my own Kentucky shore! Oh, carry mr hack, etc. III. The quiet shade and tho mountain brook Afar from tlio haunts.of men ; The fires of the red men left to die, Were my swectet pleasuros thin. I journeyed with deadly foes behind, Hunger and death before; Oh, let me Ho where I walked in pride-On my own Kentucky shore. Oh, carry me back, cto. IV. Trials and toils and triumphs wore mine, Such as bravo men only knew ; Oh, sons of tho Wost who at cao recline, I encountered those dangers for you. Now uiy hardships are dotio, tny strength it is gone, My w.tudfiing and sorrows nro o'er; Ob, let me ret on s me lovely spot On my own Kentucky thoie. Oil, carry u:o back, etc. V. Tho call ws havo heard, and tliero hastened away A bravo nnd generous band, To lind tho old hero's lonely dust In tho fur Missouri land : And mountain and river with grateful caro We bore Ills ashes o'er, And gave him a grave In the holy earth Of his own Keutucky shore. We've borne him baok, etc. VI. On a fair green hill, with a riv'r benoith Singing a lulling turn, Is tho holy enith that pillows tho bond Of tho gloriou Daniel Boone. Therolet him rest, tho warrior brave, And his spirit shall pine no more, With nnught to disturb his hallowed sloop On his own Kentucky shore. We've borno him back, wo'vo borno him back To his own Kentucky shore. Please boar in mind that Hie blue pencil mark X on yonr pa per indicates that the time for which von have paid lias expired and ou are requested to call mound ami settle. o Harry fluincH and John Scott, two es cnpeil convicts ftom the Peniteiniury here, are in jail at the former having been arreted lor attempting to liberate the prisoners at that place mid the latter lor hoi he Menliiu. Miss Laura (.'. Foid, of this city, has gained Mich a reputation as a writer that she has made an urnuii'iiicnt with an Eastern publisher by which she receives two hundiid dollars lor every story sent him, and siie weaves her romances with such rapidity that she easily emus cents per hour. - One of our bet citizens w uld ny to iho publjc that he has uied Hall's Catnnli Cure and it is all that is claimed for it. Price 7f cents per bottle. Our Postmaster, Dr. J. G. Halchilt, hns received all the necessary to begin issuing the three cent postal notes on the third of September. They will be issued in any amount from one cent to (our dolluis nnd ninety-nine cents, nnd will he good lor three months from date of issue. In sending them through the mails it will be it the sender's risk. o Notice. The Committee of Reception on the occasion of the inauguration of Governor elect J. P. Knolt, nre requested to meet at room No. II. Capital Hotel, this evenin! nt 7 o'clock. By order of E. FI. Taylor, Jr., Chairman. Following is a list of the committee: His Honor. E. FI. Taylor. Jr., Mayor of the City of Frankfort, Chairman, fas. Saflell, Grant Green, j. Stoddard Johnston, J. G. H.Uchitt. L. Tobin, John Rodman, S. I. M. Major, V. J. Cliian, Orlando Hrown, J. L. Scolt, T. Q. A. Stewart, T. W. Scott, IJ. T. Duvall, G. V. Craddock. Fayette Hewitt, A. Duvall, II. I. Todd, T. C. Jones, Peter Jett, Lewis E. Hnrvie, Scott jjrown, Sitj. l.uscher, I). C. liarrctt, "Y. Lindsay, K. I Pepper, A. W. Dudley, J. G. Dudley, E. L. Samuel, L. IIoul, Jo. Robinson, L. C. Norman, Jas. Ulncklutrn. sr. C. E. Uowinan, Chas. S. Green, J. . Tate, Tlios. Rodman, sr., G. C. Drane, J. M. Todd, John Kiernan, V. L. Jett, II. Kerry, D. Meriwether, D. V. Lindsey, L. A. Thomas, V. P. D. Hush, W. II. Sneed, G. A. Lewis, J. II. Graham, John Meagher, Lewis Mangan, Minus Williams, S. Mack, Henry Williams, J. S. Price, Joseph Desha Pickett. At an adjourned meeting of citizens, hold at the Capital Hotel Saturday evening, for the purpose of perfecting arrangements for the innuguiation of the new Governor on the 4th of September, the following ollicers and sub-committees were appointed: cuii:k marshal. Scott Brown. ASSISTAN 1 MAKSH.U.S. J. W. Pruett, W. II. Sneed, Isaac Wingate. chii.k or roi.ici:. IJ. IJ. Jolliers. coMMirrr.i: un dixouations. Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Chairman; Mrs. J. G. H.Uchitt, Mrs. W. L. fett, Mrs. Y. H. Sneed, Mrs,. P. McDonald, M"rs. S. I. M. Major, Mis. Ed. Ilenslev, Mrs. . Stoddard Johnston, Mis. J. L. Rodnun, Mrs. Win. Sall'ell, Mr-,. Dr. Sawyier, Mis. J. Welch, Miss Jennie Monow, Mrs. D. W. Lindsey, Miss Hallie Herndon, Mrs. 11. T. Stanton, Mr. Dr. V. II. Hall, Miss Laura Craddock, Mrs. II. J. Hyde, Miss Agnes Nicol, Mis. Thos. Rodman, jr., Mis. Tho-.. Carter, Mis. Nannie Duvall, Guy Barrett, Mis. Win. Pence, Mrs. Alex. Mis. M. L. Campbell, Mis. E. II. Tay. lor, jr., Mrs. J. B. Lewis, Mrs. Dr. Evans, Mrs. Kate Palton, Mis. J. M. Saliell, Mis. John T.Gray, Mrs. John Daly, .Mrs. S. A. Rodman, Mis. Alice Orbison, Mrs. Mamie Haycraft, Miss Sallie Jackson, Mis. R. K. McCluie, Mrs. Hiram Beny, Mis. George E. Bony, Mis. Le. Watkins, Mis Rosa Tobin, Miss Rebecca Averill, Mrs. W. H. Waggener, Mrs. John 11. Lindsey, Mi-s Jennie Hendiiek, Mrs. B. C. Milam, Mrs. Frank China, Mrs. G. R. Rodman, Mis. L. C. Kendall, Mrs. Dr. B. I'. Duvall, Miss IlallieTodd, Mis. Giant Green, Miss Susie Rodman, Miss Amanda Powell, Mrs. J. W. Hunt Reynolds, Mis. Thos. Rodman, sr., Mrs. Annie B. Cook, Mis. Geo. IJ. Macklin, Mrs. D. C. Biirett, Mrs. E. L. Samuel, Mis. A. Trahue, Mrs. W. P. 1). Bush, Mrs. J. 1). Stout, Mis U. Keeaon. coMMtrruu on tinanck. Pat McDonald, Chairman', Tno. W. Payne, J. W. Pi ucit, W. S. Dehoncy," M. H. P. Jno. W, Johnson, Arch Oveiton, COMMIlTr.r. O.N STAND. R. Tobin, Chairman; B. B. JelVers, C. E. Col-Hns, Jas. A. Scott, Jno. L. Sneed, 11. S. Ellis, Dan Sheelian, John Meagher, W.C. Hemdou, George A. Lewis. COMMlTTr.K ON MUSIC. James G. Crockett, Chairman; W. S. Delto. ncy, Aich Oveiton, R. Tobin, nnd R. 1). Franklin. COMMl'lTKK ON ICi: AND WATKl'., W. T. Flynn, Chairman; Louis Mangan, Sig. Luscher, Roboit Allen, and R. H. Nicol. coMMirnn: on e.RRi.u:i:s. R. C. Church, Chairman; Jas. M. Saftell, II. Bejiy, Guy It.urott, H. R. Williams. cmtMinT.i! on I'rinmm; and iivdcks. Thos. J. Hanis, Chairman; II, T. Stanton, J. Ale.s Giant. Tlioimifl GiiiveLouisvillcsnyp: "Btown's Iron Bitteirfcuieil me of u iliBtiesainy cough." LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Solid g 1 M w 1 rl lM'f''J l-s. A x MOHOGR AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, KY. Workstops and Sales-room No. 8 North Upper Street. R.ES2LLEHS&C0. PRQPRISTCRC. fiVVSaUROH. PA. June 1 RHEUMATISM ! Immediate Relief in all Oases by 1 BLOOD ROOT OIL! Citnd of lihiitmatiiiii in Tico Honri. UurFALO, N. Y., May i, iSSi. Dr. Ruth' Mi tli til Awitltttltm: I Crstlemkn. I have been foublcd with rheumatism fur two 5 ears. 1 tried all the best advertised oils and liniments, and many first-class physicians without relict The last Dr. I isited recommended Dr. Rush's "1 flood Hoot il." 1 . jniieliascd a lare boitle for fifty cent, and applied it In two hours 1 was relieved and now I am entirely well. Its effects are wonderful, and I lieliecit the only tiling in the world which will cure rheumatism, lrttly yours, ' JOHN HUTCHINSON. 89, Erie St.. Ilullalo, X. Y. I I I DR. RUSH'S BLOOD HOOT OIL has no equal in the world a a Liniment or Oil. It is .1 , eheip, (.afe. simple and sure external remedy for man : or beast. It ncer fails to cure ( I HEEUMATISM, N'eural(ia. ?eiatiea, Lumbago. Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Hunt, Quins., Soro Throat, Swellings tiinl l'aiiis, Hums and Scalds, General Bodily Sprains, Toeth, Bur and Huulaohc, Frost-oil Feet and Bars, and all other l'ains nnd Auhes. It is put up In two sizes. I'rioc 25 and bu rents. Sold by nil druggists everywhere, or sent direct upon receipt of price by D11. Ri'Mi's Mi.iiical Association, Nuuda, U. Y., U. S. A. :: I to Q Gold and Steele Spectacles. INSTRUCTIONS How to Test Your Eyes AND Order Sent FHEE. AMS WE. CROMWELL, .ND leal Estate Aezxt, ' Will practice in tho courts of Franklin and the ! adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purobnso and sale of real estate, ' collection of rent', claims, and the negotiation j of ' loans. Olnco opposite Court House. , June JUST UEOBIVKD KY Y. BERBERICH, Mo3?o3aasit Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, AAIBKm BETWEEN MAPI aud BROADWAI, Keeps constantly on hand clothes, doeskin, ana now-est styles of fancy French MafjiJ cassimcros. Ho is prepared, to mako thorn up on shor notice, and give perfect fitting garments, stylbh aud coiufoi'tnblo. W. J. CHI2OT, DEAI.KU IN ;ALL KINDS .OF COAL Will sell atthovory lowest figures FOR CASH! " J. C, BUSH, D. D.S., KRANKKORT, KY Successor to Dr. T. ., Taylor.) Can ho found at his "Mce from FJ a. 111, to 5 p. 111. roadv to do nil kinds of dental work to tho entire of thosn who may ohosn to patronize him. julyl5.1y ' S li K Ir me