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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fV-JTWv- A AixitgA L in IT n tC nliriraiLi UftitariJ The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY I LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi FRANKFORT KY FEBRUARY 21 1880 Number 22 Miss Mary Talbot Dudley Rose Bud to legalize their use as a City Park devoted Messrs Day fe Half are selling an extra Belle Point muslin and lace over pink silk pearls to the healthful recreation of the people Heed Farmers in choice article of hemp Miss Mamie Johnston white muslin Most of our young ladies remained at especially the industrial classes These Deed of peed will do well to call and exam- Â¬ over pink silk home Sunday on account of the boom in something of the kind a place the river ine it before purchasing Miss Bonnie Todd Spanish Ladv ennnrv ner silk black lace flounces wine colored velvet for social reunion after the labors of the day Master Willie Crntchers store room stood We regret to lie obliged to announce the over dress rubies The grateful shade embellished by grassy the high tide notwithstanding the water Miss Belle Hensley evening dress very death of the estimable wife of Rev J W plats that glitter under innumerable gas was nearly over it 10 pretty Pugh which took place in this city at We learn that the damage to Judge Miss Maggie Dudley blue silk white jets sparkling fountains that scatter showers night She has been a patient muslin overdress oclock last of silvery spray gravelled walks cosy Pences saw mill on account ol high water is about 200 sifTerer for many months and met the Miss Maggie Graham Flower Girl pink grottoes rusticseats with enchanting music to far Judge W L Pence bought a fine gray grim monster with a calm resig nation be- - silk tarlatan overdress pink trimmings from the band would make of Capitol horse from Gen J P Pence last Tuesday flowers coming a true Christian woman Miss Madge McDowell Widow Malone Square something else than a gloomy We didnt learn the price paid secluded repulsive locality during the long black velvet en train white lace cap The high water last Saturday morning The Childrens Fancy Dress Hop Miss Fannie Murphy white dotted mus- summer nights caused four or live families to leave their A suitable police force could easily preserve the best of order and homes and seek higher ground evening the little lin pink trimmings flowers and gold At an early hour last Miss Virginia Stanton Young Lady ol Me srs folks begun to put in an appearance at the the Period white tarlatan blue trimmings make the Park as orderly as the most well ols were James Neatherton and C Nieh kept busy Sunday transferring mannered opera house Capital Hotel ball room dressed in all the roses people between this place and Frankfort Miss Lucy Stockton white muslin over We trust the proposition will meet from fancy costumes imaginable representing a You orter see our valentine but well blue silk gold the Legislature a cordial assent Frankfort frame itand put it in the Belle Point Ait great variety of characters The costumes Miss Alice Hiues white muslin over has little territory not already overcrowded Gallery and then you must come and take were gotten up with much taste and speak pink silk pink trimmings Well for the patience and perseverance ofi Miss Alice Trabue white lace over pink and aa little territory adaptable to park a peep at her The RoiNdaiiout is eagerly sought after purposes Capitol Square is just the place the makers of them In such a large as diamonds Its hard to keep one longer Miss Annie Glass white muslin over for a holiday ground the peoples general over here scinbluge it is of course impossible to than ten minutes We have been thinking lavender silk sknt gold Ho for the Park Straight of getting a sale to put ours in mention every one present yet we have en Miss Lena Smith berage and black vel assembly there without change of cars deavored to slight none If the names of vet gold The Lady of the Lake a new boat Ceres white Miss Daisy Blackburn built by Mr Win Arvin was launched who were present last night have been any Flood Happenings from Judge Pences mill Tuesday morning omitted in the list below it is unintentional dotted muslin over blue silk flowers and in the pre ence of a large crowd of men gold The following characters and costumes The Benson bridge is slightly disfigured and boys Miss Maggie Smith Persian Girl blue were on the floor with crimson and gold but it is lipped that it is still fit for service silk skirt trimmed We understand that Mr George Suttles Court Lady crimson overdress coronet of gold pearls Miss Jennie McDonald Two hundred families were compelled to of Oldham county is prospecting here with cherry velvet lace cream satin gold trim Miss Henrietta Blackburn Puritan move out of Craw by the recent high a view of going into the lumber hu iues tnings diamonds Griettc pink skirt flowered ovemkirt water Mr Suttles has followed saw milling the Miss Clara Buckley Girl of the Period French bodice and Grisettecap greatei part of his lite Oilicer John Rupe was busily engaged blue satin white swiss lace gold Miss Bessie Markhum white embroidered Programme ot the Pierian Society for all day Saturday seeing to the remo ving ot Miss Jo Duvall Girl of the Period muslin over blue silk gold from the flooded district Tuesday evening February 24th at Judge pink and blue silk diamonds Miss Katie Sproule white swiss over blue families Pences Fairy Queen span silk blue trimmings natural flowers and Miss Nettie Walcutt Water having filled the gas pipes Sa tur Instrumental solo Miss Lizzie Thnrp gled tarlatan starry crown gossamer wings gold day night no gas could be had and the Ad Ires Jls A Scott representing dew drops diamonds Miss Helen McElruth of Carrol ton wine light of oilier days was brought into Sung with ueeomjinimentMrs HG Muttt rn Miss Katie Green Marie Antoinette colored silk and lace gold requisition lUcitiition Weslev Wright i tr pink and blue satin pearls Pittsburg Penn Miss May Fawcett vociii uuei uisses uwen anil uoieinan Several members of the General As- Oration Miss Nellie Sanders Folly crimson vel green and black silk plaid white dolled William McKwan sembly had to go to the State House in Piano Milu vet old gold overskirt gold Klrodjr J muslin overdress pink trimmings gold Miss E Maud Zook Miss Clara Swigert Girl of the Period Fayette He welt a knightly page to hacks last Saturday morning on account of Vocal solo Select leading Miss Mnttio Graham high tide in the river pink silk white swiss oveidress pearls Charles crimson velvet jacket point lace the Violin solfi Im A imr Miss Eliza Johnston Normandy Peasant and white satin breeches gold lace and rhe school children were very much Address Alln rt H Cruu he pink silk muslin overdress blue trimmings pink stockings disappointed Monday morning when thev Piano solo Miss Nellie Jillson turquoise Phythian Sailed Page to the Queen blue found that the high water had receded jSehet reading Mies Liie Penn so1 Miss Cordie Cannon Girl of the Period and black velvet white satin point lace Claude Hucklty snlticientlv to allow them to pas drv shod iJuiar l AlllllO UrUtCllor bine silk white muslin overdress diamonds KV f Alford Blackburn Field Marshal nlnmrKwrnwl oli- VVV n mll I KUItVH W SR reading vv f Seleot Miss Agnes Nicol Miss Mary Lindsey blue bilk and lace Harris Johnston Ralph Racktraw in Citv School building utl H Speeoh Hen Dcerim Miss Floreta Buhr Flower Girl pink satPinafore Col John N CruteheCritifluo In coming to town along the Lawrence in point lace diamonds Pat McDonald Prince Edward black A UOUfcUTSOX morning Mr Jas Mifft Bessie Dudley Night black illusion velvet mantle and knee pants white satin it nrg pike Saturday T r I lughes -horse got fastened in ilm nnlvm t panglcd with gold stars and gold lace trimmings mile from this city Miss Lulie Stout Wood Nymph white Carroll Walcutt Prince Perci nett crimwhich was coered with water and both M illusion wreathed with wild flowers son silk knee pants green silk coat and the horse and Mr Hughes came near being Miss Lottie Stanton Spanish Peasant cup point lace and gold trimmings Dealer in all kinds of drowned j- r crimson velvet blue satin bodice white vi l Sailor Hoy John Stewart uurnuvr waring tit- - il n oarawg weaiaer Cij Col J W South Messrs I f wish overskirt c McKee Ilettuer Cupid w bite silk tights Miss Julia Duvall Josephine in Pina r ilver and lace trimmings gossamer wings Church Brothers J M Wakelield and Laths Shingles cc rose colored satin skirt cream satin silver crown bow ami arrow John Henderson placed their teams at the Ofliuo and Saw Mills near lUilroad 15 ridge toie overskirt point lace nifties gold trimmings Ullie Walcutt Sir Henry Clinton black disnosal of Olticer Rune for the removal V diamonds of families in the flooded district free ol O cloth military suit yellow satin vest charge last Saturday and deserve the thnnksi Jai1 ilb- Miss Nellie Cartmell of Uniontown Robt Trabue Gay Cavalier Young Lady of the Period wine colored Jimmie Withrow Louis XIV lavender velvet blue silk diamonds satin and gold trimmings point luce ami A citizen of Craw had a line dog which V J Mit s llallie Rodman Young Lady of pearls he did not wish drowned and arose early the Period light blue sill diamonds Mil lfeWilii Iwr tlful Id f it ia i i1ihh s A new foot bridge has been erected on Miss Rosa Stewart Buttercup in Pin KINDS OF COAL ON HAND A1 i i i i KiifiK inn iviM i albre solid red skirt llowered overdress Second street near the intersection of Logan Hul uvllW M water had risen so rapidly that he could iVVu t r KLIN poke bonnet South Frank tort not get within a square of the house in Miss Lena Stewart embroidered muslin which he had left his wife and children over pink cameo J HES ANDREW SCOTT A City Park So far as we have been able to learn the Miss Todd Sattell Carmen from the opera The project to materialize the Capitol uuwmiiu a Spanish dress yellow silk tnruien ii t- uii-- iiisath uie saw nun mm with crimson and old Square into a City Park is one that should in this city sustained during the high water1 Will liorenfterprietiee law in ill thecourt- - held underskirt trimmed cri niton overdress trimmed with blue and elicit the heailicst support from every citi- Mr M V uCLm UMU 00I Wakefield to the amount id1 -tA gold blue satin waist trimmed with silver zen Messrs Hodman Sneed 0 mtytiuarterl Circuit The Legislature will find no mure L Pence fc00 iml pearls diamonds This dress was eur- Judge Messrs d G jourtshe willhy srcinlkrrang 0riminal iissul by none in the room in point of appropriate or useful method for preserving Dudley Bro riwhoud track damaged in0nt have th dviee and assistanucof Nhn I t euuiy in handsome shape its State grounds than considerably Scott iTithuuudditionaleharfte Vtb23 i v nl Â¬ Â¬ 1 - 1 -- Â¬ - I I Â¬ J WAKEFIELD -- It T li -- JA J JJ AJL 1 1 1 tn-tl- wf A - rxOKN W AT IAW IV Â¬ 1 I Wp T9t 5U 9 vH v plrWJWH V V jW i- - A jfeil amw frfe3fe-SiJ--- 4 i 3 vice mid irent it accordingly Other States tlinn Kentucky north unci east have long OfiAUDK HUOKLtiY oho a iiKWifi iheen acting in recognition of this fact and have very generally established Inebriate BUCKLEY LEWIS Asylums Let ns take the one cent tax on each gallon of whiskv made in otir State smcL and apply it in this direction We move this as an amendment to the original bill of FRANKFORT FKMRUAHY 21 18S0 the gentleman from Jessamine WEEKLY BOUNDABOIT PS kaW Zua EL 1 1 mwi fir Ml Mm W j2ditcr3 3ublialaer A Motion to Amend The A Card I v ii leave obtained by the member from Jessamine J C Welch to in- - to We take this method of returning thanks our employes and other good citizen trodnce a bill levying a tax of one cent on for their efforts in assisting to save our evprv gallon of vhikv nianufactnred in the property during the recent high title Kespeetfully State for the benefit of Common Schools Hatch itt k Zikuikii is a move in the right direction It is more than mere poetic justice to require the tratlie Personal in whisky to rentier some faint equivalent or compensation for the amount of evil it Miss Alice Lewis returned home Monday is but fair and right that mormmn It accomplishes No 330-I-r- ont No 330 Back View View Elder C Q Wright has been in the city the business most of all destructive of the material and moral interests of the people this week Mr p T Dunegnn Lawrenceburg is should be made to pay back in some way visiting in the city at least a trilling return for the injuries it Miss Dora Huffman is visiting her sister inflicts Mrs lessee in Lexington JJut we think a more direct and fitting Our new Organ expressly designed for Sunday Schools Miss Lottie Sutton of Scott county is way to do this would be not by making Chapels etc ii proving1 a visiting the Misses Jeflers the whisky trade contribute to the educa Mrs Dr John Bull of Louisville is tional progress of our State but by using visiting relatives in this city Bo sure to send for full descriptive Catalogue before the tax proposed for the purpose of estab 1 Mr B Nuwlon of the Blue Grass purchasing any other lishing at some convenient point within the Clipper was in town Tuesday Commonwealth the long and much needed OF THE KIND Oil THE GLOBE THE LARGEST A Hie Miss Todd left yesterday for Inebriate Asylum Certainly if the people Memphis Tenn to visit relatives keep up the jails and prisons the lunatic Illustrated Catalogue sent frcee Miss Belle Wesner Louisville is in the fub 21 fiin and orphan asylums the institutions for city the guest of Mrs J B Veach the feeble minded and other unfortunate Mr Wm II Kinnaird of Lancaster proportion of the inmates of each was in the city the first of the week larger In this county at the residence of Mr loo of which is the direct result of this wicked Mr L II Blanton of Indianapolis Ind Mitchell on thu 5th inst by Rev L P Hulett and hurtful trade to ny nothing of the is visiting his mother at this place Mr Jamks II Williams ami Mrs Attaava Pclmah pauperism and misery in countless homes Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best The Misses Tavlor of Winchester are all over our State of which it is the one visiting the Misses Sanders this citv Stock ever brought to this Market DiiT T Hkadkoiids Cure for llheumntistn undoubted cause it - asking a very small Mr las G Arnold left Wednesday for Uout and Neuralgia This is not a nostrum thing at the hands of this despoiler of our Texas where he will make his future home but n preparation compounded by sin experi enced physician with n view to the cure of the To buyors of land to provide an Asylum where its ino l Mr W B ITandsford of the Somerset above complaint To any who are suffering sadly wounded victims may for a season Citizen is in the citv and called on us venter- - we offer this reined as a sure euro and can turiiisli tho nifijt rflinfiln t nwt i mriti in Id Irnm nor w w w receive adequate medical treatment lav Price lis who have used it an I b en relieved r f it i inr oi r it help educate our children To make Lincoln oountv ffty ei ntf per licutle Further information giv- - Well made Stylirth and Shrunk wo invito ii ihhnimo unui ami thus compel it to huild up where it lin ji visiting Mi s Millie Hawkins near this en ly tho solo proprietor Dr l J Hradlord inspection Ky Augusta For sale by W 11 Avrrill heretofore only torn down would he a good l Sons wliole OUU TAILOKI N Frankfort Ky John D Park DKPART3IENT thin- - Hut tomake it provide for the treat- - fMisf Jinie and Mary II Todd and ale agent Cincinnati U Kb21 im Is up with tho times all thats Mhs Annie Bull are vi iling friends in T i i mem aimi reeuvei v oi iuue wmui iiiuuiv ui ry jll Sffe whose sicknes and dannige it is the imrnedi- nr IM JVIIIIV- u VIIAVI UIt wi wr M llllllll It Va is the guest of Miss Libido Weiizel Me cause would he n still better tiling FURNISHING DEPARTMENT C1UCU1T ITDUK where it this citv would he placing the ou Vr belonjrs It would directlv implv that thi- Oeu Chas Walcutt of Columbus Ohio Wearo nuthorid to annoum e JOHN J OKU 1tf nl uppliod with Owen county as a Uunioervtic candidate It It would lis visiting his brother Mr S Walcutt of i IS J 1Llj u la lJ tratlie is an enemv to the State JX 1JJ1J TIF P MhYllf I 1 Ji O I JudLeof tho Circuit Court of the Kl vcnlh Jum ns cv stamp the seal of the laws condemnation diciul District subject to tho action of thu Dein- Miss Julia Winter of Covington has oeritic Party upon it It would recognize the prrnciple vishiiis Mis Sallie llu hes South A 1 IX rr 1 M XO JC that thecireof theiuebriatis theinalieu- CO M M 0 X W E A LT S A T TO It N 13 V iSuie this week man alile njrht and bounden We nro autlioriyMil to animunco IHA JFLIAN ri youn- lIZIpi C ell a charmi GEO V JACKSON who makes him as a fuiiiliilai f- r Conu onwcnlths Aituriuv of M VV SICt last SuldaV the Kleventh V tJnt r nlull rnill l ial distrot Mibj ct t the ic- - JUll VVniTllt with trienUe in the fitv ITIttLIIIIllM tion of iln DnnoTitic party i the price not be educated on money thai MiH Callie Hawkins i of Woodford IfliAJSJIxlOoir JCY ot blooti i i i in-- un t want their sciiooiinr All ordrs for Mill wri hting and setting and paid for from fund- - which reek witn the JU p4t Miles this week repairing machinery promptly attendd to at iuioitiiv and wretchedness of the whikv rousoiiablo rate Leav- - orders at Koimdabout ilis Jennie Keenon of n Ovington is in e woitlil not thu- - rob tho u irniHo oily the guest of her cousin Mi s fti1t- tJi o WJACKSON wzkssi Jan in Mamie Smith Suth Side wluuij ii rightfully belong- Medical testimony e tubliahe the fact that Miss Xanie Archer who has been on a OIEHiErB 0 uu tnuli proportion of prevailing drunken visit to her parents in this city returned to Formerly of Sooretowii Ivy has opined ue s U the omcropping of phy ical disea e iho1 at Georgetown la t Monday a Tailoring ICatublinliiaeiit in Cigar and Tobacco Stand Oov Jas H MeCienry nnd wife who JJv Moral rvmeilief aro powerless to reach llo IVfills Oltl StSjH i in this city the pa t two j liavt bH iiiiia sionaeh that is disordered the blood that il ujt MiiK ton 0r t0 lu oiigil and the norves that are ahatU redtweelcs returned home Mondav Uln- iNoxl stiot wtoro ho will keep ciiimtiiuily on Ciricr Jlrotiilitai ami I Ann Stn h umsil Mr poi Xiln HIM S il10 r Mr Fred Jonett left Wcdne dnv tifier- - 1ln1 ll ml1 The inebriate - as bv theuxeot whi kv po uion of bill clerk in jMjjiny tho medical practitioner oon u lak much a PlCtIMIDl Alllll dNlllfi I1 i aithmatic tho conMtmpive or ilelj -h lMlMlUv i- mwlyilc Wolnno opened ii Olcnr arid Tnljawn Shiml OF TIfK 1U2ST 0UAL1TV I in Minneotion with our TeKvione Oflijo and It iiteierauce is CVW erudicuted and willlpeiinManVp Vnd Wrm- - my of Im lr and H 5 wll b be- - Jn tlmitiliid from our ountry t dome cigars 0 tho thf ob in the nity dldeaaaVtjlla6aM A Jay after a lingering illng w rotfttnl it Cull nul IdUMf oiu Ilcnis lr BRATTLEB 0R0 VT Â¬ cs ee3at success IRKS Â¬ CLOTHING BOOM -- - First Class Clothing w and aTobby PnC - ANNOUNCE3iT8 - nf tf ii 11 CRUTCHES 3t s STAEKS i I11 i fy 1 ill N C JC W N iote SmiLIMI I fiiNt-eli- s- i y - MU i I - n tXriTl 11 vjf W 3 W BE KLY ROUNDABOUT F HANK FORT The high wind of Tuesday blow down a cedar tree in the yard of Ollicer lack upon the roof of his house hut little dam age was done however As a Â¬ Long on FFMUJAllY 21 ISflO T7PD tA JL spring wagon containing Mr ami was Mrs Brewer formerly of Virginia w- tj-j v-i wry y-f tt v Mexican war turning the c rncr f Todd and Shelhy jfc Jfcj Jfjj Tin vctinn soldiers of the will moot at tin court house in this city streets South Frankfort last Monday the AVt The Hon Cnurles Stewart Parnell the chair in which Mrs Brewer was sitting next Monday at 11 oclock a m topped over throwing her to the ground great Irish agitator arrived in this cityj having had Mr Pat Newman Thursday morning accomnanied bv o n- and hrnising her up considerably grocery broken into several times has had Clair Street Frankfort Ky mittees appointed by the Houe oi Wepre- - St shutters put up at his front doors The one story hrick huilding on Ann entatises and a meeting of the Irish citieis Htroim received a full stock of street opposite IlcUner k Cases stahle of this city windows He wa- - met at the depot by One tnm hied down Sunday afternoon J Lilt tT IvLOolliS Coventor Blackburn who in a few words S folf out some time ago The subject of Mr Darsies discourse at q lu lilin welcomed him to the city and conducted Atnl is receiving glials il lily the Christian Church to morrow morning am hp ol h1i wjw moro of kaJ him to his carriage that was in waiting ami i r Tt1 is MiPMiineieimy oi uiv imr nd it is a relief to Goods Sold to Suit the Times ian nnvin elH escorted him to the Capital Hotel the proonliniiy nivitcu i t llil prietor having extended the hospitalities lerMOIIS IIVIMfi III lllill IIKIKIHIWIIHI of Nov 22 tf A Christian Sunday have children to know that it is gone The Franklin County that establishment to the distinguished school Convention is in session at the little girl had just passed hv it and was but visitor All are a few yards awav when the walls foil Christian Church in this city At 10 oclock Mr Parnell was presented invited to attend this afternoon to the Ilniist of Rftirrftitsitivs In ff While Mr II C Rodenbaugh of Jesa i I McDermotl of Louisville in a neati W Tilforl thn Having purchased of who disappeared so mysteri- mine and Mr Alex Todd of this city were Dr Rotts jind addressed tiie Legislature fori TTTTT7 ously from his home near Millville Wood coining down Arsenal Hill Thursdav the speech TlDTTH JjJCb U U in which he -- luted IN i W ford county in January has turned up in right fore wheel of the buggy they were about half an hour Willvvni FuL Souti Frankfort Illinois where he is visiting ti friend who in ran ofl throwing Mr Todd out on his the object of i his mission to r this country i i n nt bruising his ami considerably shoulder is sick DltCS to It orill tl Mtl MS f Prinkfurt nhil attributing it to the stem of tenant vicinity Hiiu he will k ep at tlio ubive nlue n The horse immediately ran off going at a MeEwnn have a lot oj terrible Whitesides tlwit country He was roundly lu ino of rate down the hill with Mr Roden fining pictures on hand framed for different per baugh still in the buggy After runningjiPIknided hy the audience at the conclusion sons which if not called for hy the first of several hundred yards Mr Rodenbaugh f his remarks an after being introduced March 1880 will he sold to anyone desiring was thrown out stunning him senseless and ton number of Representative- - he repaired CIGARS TOBACCO ETC them to pay for the framing of them The to the Senate Chamber and was presented Whd to wU ll t priut s to nit tin times injuring his foot and shoulder badly t simro ot tan nuhlic nitroniif is solicited to that body Ahout twenty hoats of coal have started horse with buggy attached ran down to from Froetor and if thy are not swamped Ann b reet thence down to the malt houe t nw nn ii hi tn vu ud int y- - Xiyht b II prMimilv answered on the way we will have plenty of coal in where he was stopped with a badlv smashed 9 win wwihi oclock train took Mr Parnell in charge Nov22ly vehicle and a severely injured horse A large niimher of rafts a short time and escorted him to Louisville in a special of saw logs are also expected from above A small frame dwelling on the alley ear furnished by President Wilder of the S D I1 Mil iM t lie car There will he a called meeting of Frank Â¬ running from St Clair to Washington Minn liine uoau tor me purpose fort Hoyal Arch Chapter No 3 next street between Mero and Blanton streets was beautifully decorated with Iri h am Wednesday evening sit 8 oclock for work was discovered to be on fire Monday night American flags and each member of tin KcsittttiiL Mansion House Flock St v in the M E and R A degrees A full at between eight and nine oclock and the committee of escort wore a rosette of red Clair St nut tendance of the members is requested and alarm was sounded which brought the white and blue ribbon with trreen streamers 14Ars iv leoiiT 3vVT firo dotnrtmmit to tlit sniMio iii a few mn lnnnn tlw ILIt wl rt II- - mii -w v i li visiting Companions are cordially invited till pr2J ly ments who extinguished the flames in a Mr Parnell is a young man being but Ml1 The negro woman that escaped from short time The damage amounted to years of age is over six feet in height and the penitentiary last week was recaptured about 200 which is covered by insurance straight as sis an arrow He is a fine look in Versailles and returned to her former The house was the property of YA Pitman ing Irishman and is a member of the Kpi- piarters Monday evening by the towiijan wns nn0ciipied the family havingjeopal Church roriy tour Uoiiars movwl out Saturday on account of high Marshal ot tliat place During the time he was speaicing the of the money and a portion of he clothing water and were just making preparations to lobbies gallery and hall of the House ot ijhe slob was recovered The fire is suppo ed to be the work Representatives were filled to their utmt return incendiary as there was no tire in theleapacitv An address will be delivered before the of an Franklin County llible Society at the Pres house and the flames were first discovered LOCAL NOTICKS of a room in which there was byterian Cuurch to morrow night at half in a corner A Fools Frrund no flue very similar to Uncle after seven oclock by Prof J K Patlt rsou Toms Cabin for sale at McClures liiok President of the Kentucky Agricultural and Yesterday afternoon a wagon and team jtore There will he no belonging to a gentleman from Mechanical College Ander oni Ihe largest and cheapest line of toilet services at the other churches e dt v m Cinis Hros jomitv was standing in the alley njiiiig30rtP Mrs Fatinv Lvon- - was talking a window the Baptist Church when Ceorge Taylor1 Tlinmihout the worldt Favorite Stovu l 5e i I i ii ir are Known 10 neiiie ue ravorite ir Ot tier resilience in oiitu i raiiKtort last stove- - and be happy John T Ducklev Saturday when the sash slipped from her V- Hnan drove into the alley stopped uit St Cluir IJ sii ami km citcliiiir nei lifht naiio team got low u ami went to where the other Unnd oine hue of Horse Shoe jewelry aii wa standing to see it there was between it and the sill bnti ing it learlully W1 mlvkssoi to Hros hist after lie l00in to drive his wagon by but fortunately breaking no bones Kavorite Stoves are without rmestion passed the Anderson wagon the team started the tinea and hist cooking stoves in the hvery mimc iis sold with a written Is the Cheapest uhice to buv voitr i Prof Hough a see v looking tratnpand in attemo inr to ston tthem Tavlor was world lo lllvi ecouonv UU11 le knocked over the vail upon the river bank our euv msi weeiv vi ium ami iinraoiiny convenience ami ieautv i Io i OIW iji5f it nvcmi several novel lectures tie lectures iteian uisiocating inis ngnt arm at tieetiow lNoi lail r mlvt lV imitllioiH ci lmi v to an uuiiicticc whetver he can got one and bruising him up badly The team ran examine them at John T Buckleys generally one to three or four persons out of the alley to Main street llenccdown lllllpk liwu HOUSG FUmiShirO1 00 lInciu jQrfi vo charging live cents for each person He Lewis -- treet colliding with other wagons ceived at irillin Rro- A r MrnTIT c uses go language and lectures with near Market and smashing them up thenee I GtII Lexington Kv nceivel letter fro 1 JljLO great earnestness Kuu is the hnne ol his through Clinton and Wilkerson Greets and1 by Miles iV Sou onlering their Patent thnir It comes high but IlOll illll Till Koofilli lid all his earnings being spent lor the ias stopped in the ard of the Cotton Mills this expro siou is used p wU ar expivsl11 accursel stuff He talks of cunvitssiiuj the We failed to learn wlieder the wagon wasi111 llHllrilll tV f iVf Smth hit Hpring i the inters of Thedaaged or not Dr OivnU net m 0111 iiiru and at last accounts he was doing welligret it WO UK A M The price of liecf lms advanced from 10 to 12 cents in tins market A Mr Peter C Sower was knocked down Main street one night last week hy some unknown party with the intention it is Mtpposed of rohhing him hut as he had only lilieei cents in his pocket they con eluded not to take so small a miiii He wn- rendered insensible hy the hlow which left an ugly mark on the the left temple Philip Selbert TTT --- tj rpriTJjr UJLllYiliJuUj r Jj Jf f A ---- EHCBA7EB -- -- I ri jt Altij - 1 I 1 iiii Â¬ Â¬ druggist JOS LCOMPTEr j OlUlblJ I 1 Jorg 3EsdlicillS i I lLcofti c1ziiiims mmm mmim 1 -- 1 1 I F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon Â¬ il lil BEST IN THE WORLD Â¬ j1 - lA OOLUMBIAK E TAYLOR vu Watson Co 1 i ll Mmrf0 lUlHAiiij jt 1 M A TES - TaylorSST JwV iSIUUlUi swia-r-irsfiij1j- - 1V v vv v - - t - Ps V r 6 U MtftiiillftWffl SSbf L I WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Kev Frank Hodgcp is lying dangerously ill nt liis residence in this county with no hopes of recovery Captain Fitzhtigh is engaged in the prep aration of the plans and specifications foi the improvement of the Kentucky river Finnkfort Commandery No 4 will mei next Tuesday evening nt 7 oclock at thei asylum in Odd Fellows Temple for worl A full attendance of in the K T degree Sir Knights is desired I Scarlet fever of a malignant type hat broken out in the lower end of this city Bridgeport A little child of Mr CImIhom sawyer nt J Mr Chns Jenkins wife is convalescing Satisfaction guaranteed Sept l5 0m M Wakefields mill died with it Thursday AND II Longs lat A Lrand soiree at Mr afternoon and six other children in the Tuesday night neighborhood have been very ill of the Mr Win Knssell and family have re disease but are improving orKHBlJ BT MAIIV nrned to Bridgeport CO IIALY BROTHERS is Miss Peggie Crockett of Frankfort We are under obligations o our friour I have just received a full stock of goods for in MANSION 1101NK 1SIOCK B F Meek jr for an invitation to attend visiting Misses Jncqite and Cordie Jackson he CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS that cannot W Taylor Parrent and wife and Mnj E T Mirpassid by any other house in thin city Tojf VJiXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS the two hundredth anniversary of the dis if every description can be hnd fur a mere trifb Hardware in Gomral Paints Oils Doors covery of the Falls of Saint Anthony Parrent have been visiting in Louisville thi hnve on hand nt all times Cakes of every dc -- ash Shutters llouldiugs Slantelr Gratci veek cription such n which takes place on the 3d of duly 8S0 on the University Campus Minneapolis CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN MjACK Peaks Mill Oall and bti convinced Minnesota pound CO IIALY IROS Aug 30 tf Tl e fishermen anticipate a great time be And in fact everything that is usually kept in Fish will Frankfort girls who visit a fortune tellers when the spring opens i first elas Confectionery I invite all to conn plentiful and see for themselves before purchasing elsetwo on one horse find many misfortunes oi A weddinsr of one of our fairest belles is where Two of them visiting in the the road In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at that is if Madam Rumor n country last week tried it and found their is the near future correct in her prognostications misfortune to be the horse and themselves Madam Rumor says that one of our mosi I have also opened my Restaurant for the acall piled up together in a mud hole Who havo juat received a mammoth stock of gallant beaux will shortly lead to the altar commodation of the public and will constantly keep Fine Select Oysters the best of Came and one of our most fascinating voting ladies There have been eighteen additions to the Fresh Fish and all other things that tho market We sorely need a bridge to connect our iffords Steals at nil hours and prices reason Vhicb they offer at prices to suit everybody Baptist Church during tin South Frankfort PETER C SOWER Our churches and schools art iblc village They keen none but tho Tory beat nnd guarantee protracted meeting that has been in progress principally on one side and our citizens on Dec 20 Sm ivery arncle to be just as represented and Ffii The ordinance of the other A fnll line of WKWI17 inovery instance Who will move in this matter there for several weeks will be administered at the pool on baptism The great waters have been fearfully STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Cross street between Main and Logan streets swollen and the beauty of it all is that R C ODS Persons desiring a choice article of South Frankfort to morrow afternoon at 4 T Long will not drink a drop of whisk May they never suit until the waters fall Wooden Stone Ware oclock All are invited to attend side an get it by leaving their order a JOKES A And everything usually kept in a first elas Our citizens and especially the members COMPTONS Flour Store on Broadway Affectionate young couples who seek tin grocory Aug 30 fun gdif Try ur 80 centTcanml choice brands the old Fort Hill and with arms of Pleasant Hill Church are more than solitude of of Coffee delighted at the end of the great and seem entwined about each others neck whisper ingly interminable litigation between two list Fresh Oysters always on hand I jan 15 tl MP the promptings of their loving hearts with of our most worthy neighbors many kisses should remember that a great Having had a number of years experience at MILCH COWS FOR SALE the buMiiess I olfer tny serviees to the citizens ol number of windows look in that direction North Benson Frankljn county as an Auctioneer and will sell and that some people have very good opera stock on the street housohnld goods or do gen I have ten good Milcb Cows five of which are Orders left at tho store freh which 1 will sell cheap tor cash Oh tlie roads the terrible mud roads eral farm auctioneering The couple that was thus engaged glasses of Mr V Berlierioh or tho stable of Dan Han JOHN KIERNAN ol tf Wednesday afternoon was plainly teen and Maple sugar and asses en ml v are n cock will receive prompt attention Chargee order now J J P1STKRS0N moderate recognized H AVERILL 39 tf Mr 03annon Suddtith was seen on oui Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky On Saturday last the river being on a btreets yesterday informed that in the big bum we are Mr Win Armstrong has moved to his Musical Goods Music vicinity of Pat Hunts there was a white fathers farm in Franklin cotinlv the former woman trying to out bum the river She occupants having moved to Louisville pjoji pniditf ojtcodrio asnn LAHGEST BESTASSORTMENT IH THE CITY suazijio 3upui put Bsrud acting in the most dis- William stands greatly in need of a help um0 1 IPO was beastly drunk Girls dont all speak at once otg ifpruiiij jo oiS 0IH ui uuiidjiom jsajj meet Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar graceful manner cursing and swearing at o Cououi iMit pun imuiouooa o mini oil A full lino of Instruction Hooks a Hanjo Ac It was a sail disappointment at Mt Zion iijuio gi oj siiij vays on hand Orders tor Mm et niueic i olicitid all who came near her This is a disgrace Bro Harvev Baker an z Church lar t Siimlnv pnCn puu pomioio notii Music puhliclied anywhere promptly olitninrtl at Any that even Craw should blush at pOSlKUd ptlll pOUIIO failed to reach his appointment But the 09 1 Hfl0t Publishers Prices New Slusic reeeived month- Â¬ person getting whisky lor such an unfortii disappointment became agreeable when it tU V OIIIJ OAlft O 3 ly IvOIf pUU p003 ailMJBIM OiOlJJ Op IIJVV JfJOAl pay the full penalty was known that Bro Polk Baker was on rmte should be made to The attention of the police is hand to fill his pulpit ol the law iJ- If Old Turk can make buckle and called to this matter DKAIKK IN tongue meet by springtime he will put in about 400 acres of mustard anil will form Elmville a partnership for the manufacture hi uiiuitii who was stabbed last mustard under the style Mr John Taokel Willsol lat the vory lowest fiturt k Co The mills will b Christmas will soon be out again lienson Dr J L Musiie has rem ved to town A ar je number of our citizens Imtli and now occupies hid new residence on rranKTOn ffOUnuCtOOUt FRANKLIN men and women have signed a petition to Main street AMI the Legislature to have a law passed prohibMarried On the liili inst by Elder Hi- iting the sale of intoxicating liquors within THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COlER JOiM ram Ford Mr Quiucby Wet and Mies three miles of our depot We pray the papnrn for 2 lb Nancy Green littlo Yet titer Ono yoar price of onoTwoSend us for 25 andmore Lord that it may become a law 1GX Fiue Street Cincinnati Ohltt 2 ro than the G Wiggintons on is a remonstrance and strange to say The social party at ALLISON SMITH L JOHNSON ccive your home paper with the Courier Journal me rJth inst was a success and the young has signers who make considerable ulaimit the host brightest and ablest fatuity weekly in Tho Type on which this paivr la iirintcnt Is froai We suppose howevers tho country o respectability sters all enjoyed themselves the ubovc rounUrjr Ki Scarlet fever is very bad in this part o they have no children to be saved from de the county Several deaths have occurred struction md Dr J C Massie reports several new Geo F having had nothing of n very ases exciting nature to happen him since hie The school exhibition given by the schol advent on Indian Fork went out lo Uncle One irs of Professor Applegatc at the old Billy Piercee to n dance last week Whar is Yeates school house in Scott county was a of the young ladies axeil him Railroad Sez he Misses Alice and Bettie Wigginton vour pa rd Uoosier success Sez she tng mum What did he go and Miss Lizzie Ford Parker of this place railroading forr Sez he Gaze he ynts took an active part Young lady close at hand remarked io as intlo voce Lul Elmville wants a voting precinct Nice sister aint he smart ionic of the voters north of this place hnvt vonng man lint the worst of nil wn o go six miles and a half to got to JeakV ticorge fell in love and danced nil nighi Mill to vote Jt is so far t lint some ol tin with a married woman and didnt know oters have not been to an election for threi my hotter till her husband invited her t We also want our village return home r four years P SNopohass ncorporated and would suggest that soiiu Hie petition the Legislature for the same K 11 Â¬ 1 V BERBERICH Merchant ST CLAIR ST FRAXAIORT KY Fall and Winter Suits TO ORDER IN ALL THE wm m m m fit CONFECTIONERY LATEST STYLES AN AT Lowest Prices BAKERY STREET New Hardware Store tf cake sponge cake silver cake cake Â¬ BEST PLACE P V Gray Gos HESTAXJHAITT- Â¬ CHOICE GROCERIES WATER MILL FLOUR I1 vi 1 Water Mill Floiar CANNED and ACTibEERIlfd 1 Â¬ W 4 DONT READ THIS and Â¬ -- i i t f 1 hmox in st ioao W OHINN fai80 Â¬ ALL KINDS OF COAL A Splendid Offer 80 1 FOE CASH Â¬ 1 TYPE Â¬ S