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MfctefoftiiiiiftWifflW'' rmAfriiiHdiyteiiilftlitilini The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR V Volume VI. FRANKFORT KY., SEPTEMBER 15. 1883. Number 52, KENTUCKY RIVER TACKET, Ss&ESgigi FANNIE FREESE! I? still making her regular trips from Frankfort She leaves Frankfurt ovcry uesday and Friday nt 7 o'clock, and rntes are as cheap 118 nny other tr.innportatlon. The Fannie Frccic belongs to Frnnkfortnnd to dipt. S. V. Pence. and why not patronize hir? Special rates on all freight going south or west' and through bills of ladlnir given. " S. V. Fence, Prnp'r. BEN FREEMAN, J. E. KIRTLEY, Agnit. July 1 1 tf. I. T. RDNYAN, Hns just received his fall and winter stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C. Call and see him at Swigert's old stand St. Clzir Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Nov. W. S. DHHONEY DEALER IN SAl'LE AND FANCY RY GOODS, WINS, CHOCKERY & GUSSWHRE. I cordially invite you to call and examine ray New and Fresh Stock of Goods. MAIN STREET, TRANKFORT, KY Sep3 tf. LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED IN BULK AND PAPERS, GUARANTEED FRESH. ALSO VICE'S FLOWER SEED, . A.T 1 JOE LeCOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. ISTOTTOlfl. USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON J. rxnrcWos at tho Kentucky Institution for the Education and Training of Fciiblo Minded Children will hurcuftor tukc place every Friday uftcrnt'on (rout 2 to 4 o'clock 1 M. Tho Institution is open for visitors nt nny titnu when most convenient for them to attend. JOHN' Q. A. STEWART, Suporintcdont. Oct. Watches, Fine Clocks, Engra.vin, Sic. SAMUEL AYERS, FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH 31 A. !i IS It, Successor to B. F. Meek, Main Street, Frankfort, Ivy., continues the watch repairing business ut tho old stand, lit promptness and oarolul work he hopes to merit tho natronngo of those who desire to havo their watches repaired without duma','o being donn tlirm. Survoynrs' repaired and othor instruments requiring dclicuto and ncouratondjmtmont. ft In rotlrlng from business in Frankfort I tako ff.ntrasuro in exnrrwing my ontlro confidence in m'jr. S. Ayros, and from my long acquaintance IvfVltll lllm tt WOrKinau, uu nui liuaiunu iu Ij'menu' him as ovory way capable of meoting tho oxnootatlon 1 of my former patrons. 11. P. MEEK. E E. Winters, Covington, Ky., enys: "Brown's Iron Bittern cured tne of a pain in the cheat caused liy indigestion." Mrs. Mary Huycrnft lias moved into her handsome new residence on Third street. Fall and winter suits made up in the latest and most approved style at Berberich's on short notice. Mrs. M. II. Stout has removed from her iate residence on Third nnd Steele streets, Smith Side, to Mrs. Gay's property, on Broadwny, opposite the Depot. A party of twenty or thirty young ladies from Texas, Arkansas, and oilier Southern States passed up on yesterday morning's train hound lor Milltrsbnrg, where they will attend school. The Knights ol ,oill have a grand time in Louisville nt the meeting of tie frrnnd Lodge next week. The Lodge in this city has suspended, hut Mr. W. S. Grand Master nt Arms, will attend, having united with a Lodge iu Louisville. Royal Templars, Attention. There will he a meeting ol Frankfort Council, No. 7, nt the photograph gallery ol Mr. II. O. Mnttern on Monday evening, September 17th, nt 71 o'clock. Business of meat importance requires the presence ol every member. o The Resvnrection of the Whisky. While the court-house was being built in 1870, .Judge J. M. Elliott, then Circuit Judge of this district, and Thomas II. Jailer of this cotintr. uroenred a bottle of whisky, and had one Jerry Downing, a who was working on the house, place it in the wall nt the northeast corner, ((up dnv lnxt week ...., Dnwniti" name hern nnd "-"I - - n took the bottle out in the presence of n few spectators. The whisky was taken to Judge UnzelngES othce, where n number ot gentlemen tasted nnd tested it. The whisky wns niniln hv Howard Rumps it On . nnd Prober! said it wns four years old when put in the wan, so u is now seventeen years oui n was clear as water, nnd tnsted like new whisky. Being confined in the wall, air tigiit, age had not improved its flavor. Elliott anil Probert nre both dead, some years since, and Downing alone knew of the hiding ol the bottle. Ml. Sterling Sentinel. Antiooh. Mr. Hunter went to Benson last i aturdi y. Where lore? Miss Lilly Goin spent last week in Louisville, taking in the exposition. Mrs. Emma Hawkins, of Henry county, is visiting her lather, Geo. Roach. Mrs. Butler Gloiv has been very sick, but we ate plenued to leirn is now improving. Something should be done about repairing the school-house before the had weather sets in. Kev. Polk South commenced a series of meetings last Sunday night nt Antioch Chinch. Mr. Wm. Polsgrove has erected a frame barn on bis place, which will be n good one when finished. Mr. Win. Masters, who has been confined to his bed for a week or more, we are glad to know is better. Mr. James Glore and hi daughter, Miss Laroie, attended the meeting at Pleasant Uidge last Sunday. Mr. Finny Bryant living out on the ridge road, loit his house and all its contents by lire last Monday morning. Who has the appointing of the delegates for Fiankliu county to the Educational Convention to meet in Louisville on the 1'Jili? Is there no law to stop the reckless riding and driving on the 'pike? It is a wonder that some of the school children have not been' injuied by it. Mr II. J. Shannon is building a large tobacco barn, nnd combined, Mr. Simon Harper general HiipeiiulemUnt. And now the sorghum mill has begun its same old tune Mrs. Sally Slivers commenced last Tuesday. Oh! wont the little ones be stuck up. We itiu sorry to learn that Mrs. John Stivers is coulined to her bed. Also that Mrj. Sheets, formerly of this neighborhood, now ol Benson, uas very sick last week. Mr. Hi Penn.while on his way to Frank fort hist Monday, when near Mr, Butler Glore's, the hore he was driving full to his kness, cutting them badly, so much so that he was foiced to return home with it. Some one or more persons made a raid on Messrs. Goiua and Jenkins' watermelon patch on Saturday, iho 1st of September, and completely mined it. They hnve the names of the parties, and it is said the next Grand Jury will investigate the matter. At the singing Inst Sunday evening, Mr. Hunter was compelled to stop, on account of the disorderly conduct of a lew ''would be noticed ones." If such characters cannot behave themselves in public, their parent" had better keep them at home, for fear ol the law. The young folks of this neighborhood hnd a fine time Inst week. Tuesday the Wednesday night singing at the school-house, Thursday night Hinging at Mr. James Hos?ell's, nnd Friday nisrht the debate; nnd this week meeting every night nt Antioch Church. The Point Plensnnt debaters were greeted with n lnrge nnd intelligent audience on the niiUi of the 7th. The school-room wns decorated with evergreens: a large wreath hung on the wall bnck of the speaker's stand, while in front ol the stand, suspended from the ceiling, was a large cro. all the work of the young ladies attending Mr. Hunter's school. Nix. Belle Point. Miss Georgia Todd visited the Louisville Exposition this week. Miscs Mnttie Todd and Jnlin Shelby nre visiting friends in Lexington. Sunday-school at 4 o'clock every Sun day afternoon. All are welcome. Mr Louis Moore is ftirnishiii" n lnrro lot of cedars to fill in the dim at Lock No 4. Guy Owen has purchased a lot on Mill street, and is building n dwelling house on it. Mr. Ambrose Hampton has been in bad health for some time. He is improving now. Miss Dolly Littlepage, of Anderson county, is visiting the family of Mr. Fisher, at the Lock. Mrs. Nathan Teroen. who has been vorv sick for some time, is able to go around again. Mr. Tho. Denkins is visiting his brother, Dr. II. W. Deakins, at Sweet Home, Henrv county. Miss Mary Forsee is spending the wck with the family of Mr. J. W. Gaines on Benson street. Col. Sublelt resigned a suprintendent of our Sunday-school last Sunday, nnd Judge Gaines was elected. Mrs. W. W. Cnlbertson and son, of Ashland, are on a viit to the family of her uncle, Geo. A. Robertson. Mr. Clifl'ord Roberts having removed to Lexington, Gen'l Jntnes Pence will occupy the dwelling vacated by him. Miss Lena B. Rogers returned home lnt Friday from a two weeks vNit to Miss Laura Edmonson, at Berifonl, Indiana. Clifl' Roberts and family have moved to Lexington, where he has a position o'yard master in the Cincinnati Southern yaid." Judge W. L. Fence went to Lexington yesterday on business. He reports hi new yard there as doing an immense business. Mr. Robt. Sanfonl hns the contract to build an otlice for Dr. R. W. Denkins at Sweet Home. He will begin work Monday. Mr. Jno. L. Ziegler arrived home Thursday eveniut! from Texarkaua. Texas, where ho has had charge of a large saw-mill for n year or more. Mrs. Edna Grinstead, who has been quite sick for a week, is some better now. Mr. Lute Thomason has charge of her grocerv during her illness. The Fannie Freese cannot come further up the river than Lock No. 2; on account of low water. She is doing a large business between there and Louisville. Miss Carrie Lee Sanders, of Biidegport, who has been visiting her couin, E. Maud and Jennie Zook, returned home Friday accompanied by Miss Jennie. The Champion Saw-mill's branch yard iu Lexington has the contract for furnishing the lumber to rebuild thn stables of tiie City Railway that burned Wednendav night. Oh! how refreshing it is when asking one of our moneyed real estate citizen. to subscribe to tho school-house and chapel to receive a replv redolent with euphony. Not a cent, sir. Not a copper. The school Trustees have bought from Mr. John W. Gault his lot on the coiner ol Wilson and Bo.iworth streets and intend to commence at once the erection ol a building that will answer the purposes ol a chapel and an academy. No matter how jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, the Great German Invigorator restores it permanently. See advertisement. For sale by Joe Le Conipte. WATER SETS, ICE URNS Forks, (to' t0 4m ) TEA SETS, All The HoYelties, Genuine Bargains in Fine Goods, Manufacture anything desired out of Gold or Silver. OTIS W. SNYDER, KT. Work-shops and Sales-room No. 8 North Upper Street. 83 GRAND COMBINATION. Frankfort Roundabout AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL One year for only $2 00. Two papers for little more than the price of one. Uy paying ns 52 00 you will receive lor one year vour home paper with the Courier-. loiiriml. the rcpreentatie newspape of the outli, .md the j bent, hiightct and ablest family We'lilv i" the , United states. who Ucire to examine a sample copy of the tan Uo so at this I DlStf HJIlWl 111 1TRAS XZSinSKMMsMH so RE SELLERS & CO. PROPRIETORS. PITTSBURGH. June DR. JAMES ELY, ! Office anil Residence, Old Crittenden Properly, Corner Main and Washington. Oflico Hours 7 to S A. M VI to 1 l M., 7 to 8 P. M. EDWARD M. DRANE MILLER'S AGENT, GBAXK DEALEB, FRANKFORT ICY"., 111-: IN TIIE MARKLT FOR WILL new crop of wheat nt the highest pi ice. Don't sell until you &ee him. He buys for the Southern trade; has always paid better pi ices than any buyer in the market. Will receive giain at any point on the River or Railroad, juno llMm KNIVES, Spoons. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-Law, AND Heal Estate Agent, Will practice in tho courts of Fninklin ami the adjoining counties, nnd will also give sjircin I attention to the purchase and lale of rral estate, oollectinn of rent:", claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Offico opposite Court House. June JUST ItECL'IVED BY V. BERBERICH, Mero&ant Tailor, ST. CLAIR STREET, BETVVEEX MAIN and BROADWAY 1 Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dooskins, nna now. est styles of fanoy Froneh cissiiueros. Ho is prepared to uiako thorn up on shor notice, and glvo perfect fitting gat nicnt, stylish and comfortable. W. J. CHINN, DK.AI.EIt IX ALL KINDS OF COAL Will sell atthc very IowcbI figures FOBCASHI I" J. C. BUSH, D. D. S., FRAXUFORT, KY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Can bo found at hi? nllice from 8i a. in. to ft p m. ready to do nil kinds of dental work to tlu cutlro satisfaction of thoso who may uhosit ( patronize him. July 15-1 fHl(PpP'lW'WWPW lifpilPW mmmpimmfmw MwipiWMMwwwa'wtW!i' "