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The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY I LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume in 0 FRANKFORT KY MAY C 1880 Number 3 Mrs Nancy Spun has moved to Elm Cove Hill Persons wishing tomato nmt sweet potato pointed to act in conjunction with a committee appointed by the County Court ville and is wefl pleased with otir people 11 plants should read the advertisement of FToraes are dying with some new disease in regard to the interests of the city and Our post oflice has boon closed on ac- Â¬ II Nicol it Co in another column county in the Wooden Bridge and the wc know not what -count of the resignation of postmaster A following conminittee was appointed viz Mr Q D Wilcoxen of Bagdad pissed Hon Sinclair The number of persons in town on County Couueiltnen Brvan Burns and Church through this vicinity this week Mr J no Cain and Mr Jno Will Pavne Court day was not so great as on the precedMr Geo Brink is out again He has r Phelps was in our neighbor- - been confined to his room lving Court day but still there was a very fair petitioned the Board to grant them building for several weeks on condition liooil last week looking young and well with pneumonia Sales of Btock were rather permits which was granted complied crowd in town with that the city ordinances he Whooping cough has about disappeared Scarlet fever is all gone hitler than usual There were no rattle on in regard to same All the old and miscellaneous troubles now exist cows cases are out and Dr J L Maggie re except a couple of milch Mr J B Lindsey and others asked lor the market The cave at the head of the cove is a ports no new ones hut plug horses were largely in excess of a wooden nunin at the corner of Waimitig CJ and Washington Referred to curiosity that is worth coming to see streets oum uii urI our townsmen nave organized the demand Water Committee We learn that Mrs William Church who I circulating library which will he oft value Cr Mattem and others asked Inri in- - uvtii uij mi ni ovcini utiroi 10 iin- - to this neighborhood 111 Win E Day of Chicago Illinois a Mr Id Mr sidewalk on Campbell and Lugan streets proving slowly popular Referred Mr Frank Thomas has returned to his and Miss Mary Brown Russell a to Street Committee Mrs Mary Gaines has gently improved home in Gralz Owen countv and has lelt city were married at the Mr Sol Harris and others asked that a young lady of this Church at one oclock Wed sewer be constructed on Main street from the appearance of her residence with ai one sad heart at least in these parts Presbyterian new coat ot paint St nesday Kcv J W Pugh ofliciating ami Ann to officer-lair streets received and approTheres the bet prospect for wheat in - reports City The services at the school house this district that has been known for manv train for their future priately referred left on the afternoon afternoon will he conducted by Mr years Farmers have planted but little Bids for the construction of a sewer on Phelps instead of Mr Tharp as previously home in Chicago carrying with them the corn owing to the wet weather good wihcs and congratulations ot a host Washington street from Main to the river stated t were opened and the contract awarded to Messrs James and John Bridges of of friends We were sorry to learn of the death of Owen county have bought Pat Morgan farms and The following named persons were an- - one of Frankorts worthiest citizens Mr moved to them two mile- - wet of this place A little after eleven oclock yesterday morni r nil- h v t R Giiihnm The bereaved lamily s in iijiih w miiiii l tiiiv iwi J svmpathv of our entire commuiiitv has where they expect to cultivate fifty aero ng the sleus oeongng 10 the vjjr N vcn from hy iU f tobacco Tramp Maeklin a coal yard opposite the- arsenal Sawyer Mr J G Dudlev W II Sneed Mr Fergu on who has located in our L Waggener were discovered to be on fire and in a few S I M Major and illage for the purpose of merchandising On motion Mr L W Olore was granted Belle Point The worn wrnnned in Humes it miim 111 W jj rought on his -- topic of good- - and while permission to open Steele street under the waiting on a customer tire department was promptly on hand nut direction of the Street Committee ciling shot and Mrs S V Pence has been unite ill this cap gave him to understand that he they could get to work the small 18S0 week but is convale cent now before The rate of taxation for the year would not order any Mwder until the game frame houe just east of the sheds took was referred to the Committee on Finance Miss Pannelia Collins has returned from law had expired Good for Lon with directions to report at first meeting lire and it together with the sheds was JKH Ordered that the Committee on Water a visit to relatives near Lawreneebnrg A strong wind was works write and ascertain the price of 12 rapidly consumed We have not been informed as to when Bridg sporb blowing at the time and the frame dwelling inch pipe suitable to convey water from the and where the next meeting of the Pierian on the east would also reservoir dam to the city Club will be if Mrs Parker Plentv of fruit in the aggre Sundry have been destroyed but for the lire tie gate to accounts amounting Mr R L Grinstend s horse was found 2112 1 were allowed and then The prospects for a ood crop is encourag- near Bethlehem llenrv count v last Mon partment giving its whole attention to sav the Council adjourned ing day auiil returned ing it which they did although it was Dr Daily of Louisville is visiting relaJudge Pence has commenced building a Sunday School Reports -- evcral times in flames The sheds were bridge Across Benson wide enough tives heie pontoon for the purpose of storing anthracite Report of the Christian Sunday school to drive his leauis over Born On the 4th inst to tin wilg of cal and wagons but fortunately there Number of olhcers teachers and pu- Â¬ Mr F P Lewis had a fine bav mare to Mr Wm Dunigan a daughter i pils enrolled April 1st were no wagons or coal in them at the ofl Tuesday evening and up to this 174 stray of hay that was in Highest attendance during mouth Miss Bettie Anderson i viriti time About ten tons ter writing has not been heard of A r m wl The total Io h is Lowest attendance during month in l lilsltT in liOIUSVlile iiiiuii ju shed wa destroyed ihe Average attendance during month Ift2 Mr Ed Brawner purchased of Judge Miss Jo ie ReddMi is visifitiu- her mint about 1j00 Teachers absent during month Pence the fine sorrel mare Milly and Is Mrs Full in Louisville CJ Shu will U ah 00 now running a team of his owi Average collection during month Temperance Convention sent averal weeks New scholars received during month Messrs Gault k Co ar making a large 17 Visitors during month Some of the farmer- - are furrowing out I hev Ivy May 8 1SS0 lie Fuankkout Teachers Meeting every Friday evening number of liners ilailv kiln in Will few and replanting tlu corn which wais washed a burn their arge fc the GW Templars of Frank in Countya m ready to Hour of holding Sunday School away by the haul rains wee Us Visitors to the school always welcome We the undeisigued a committee ap Three valuable additions were made to We have been asked by ait least for y Lkk A Owkx Secy pointed liv Capital Lodge No 201 I O the Good Templars Lodgv at this placi different persons when and by whom will tlu T have been authorized by that bodge to Report of the Episcopal Sundav school Still they come We simply rej ly last week Benson bridge be built of each of the dit Number invite tl e members of ollicers teachers and pudont know Mr J W Hall who was a delegate to fereut Lodges of Good Templars in t Hi pils enrolled April 1st K2 to meet in the city of Highest attendance during month Franklin county Itll Master Tommv Irvin caught over twenty the Democratic convention at Glenuou re Fnuiklort mi Timrsday May 20th ISM Lowest attendance during mouth 70 pounds of fish on a tiot line Wednesday tained home Wodnes lay aftternoon for the purpose of or Average attendance during mouth ait 10 oclock A M SS The line only reached a quarter of the way Mr duo Wilson and wife of Anderson auiii g a Franklin Count Convention ol Teachers absent dating month across the river county who have befti visiting relaiiv Free entertainment wit Average collection dining iood IVmplars month All New We feel like we are living in the country near this place haw returned home lu provided for delegates and visitors I scholars received during month he wagons have quit coming in State Counselor Sidnev French and stv 0 now pi ors who will attend are requested to Visitors during month and if the Champion mill did not run every eral memluT ot Capital Lodgde notify the uudersigred on or before May lf M Hour of holding Sunday School FruiM rt day there would be a general cessation of Come one come all Visitors cordially received lmm tu ull0 Temulars of I h I II business in our village IIviik Uhrin Loiv ui their preseuee lat wt k M Joux N Ilrremsox Secy Com ClAUHNCK EdllKUT Secy Mr L McDaniel died at five o clock tcrcv smith one ot the nurtv enuutniiifm j vm Martin Report of the Methodist Sunday schoo WlIU Wednesday afternoon from cancer ha ing 3 with a wry eloquent and iaiieivstlnt Number of ollicers teachers and pu Conic aaiu geiiiloutcii He address for a number ot years 121 been alllictcd pils enrolled April 1st m II Council Proceedings i he iiiuerai was was over JO veins old ys The lollowing is a list of the otlWr Highest attendance during month in the Christian Church by Elder electeil at a imeiing 11 preached ol French LmI Lowest attendance during mouth Mmktinu ii RroriAit Ky May ft LSSO J Average attendaucediiring month SI George Uarsie at II oclock Thursday G T Friday night JlUh ult to V Frankkort - morning am the remains interied in the ensuing turv montii i II Sldun W Honor S I M Major Teachers absent during month Present His on the hill CT Miss Matiic William WVT 0 Uo beautilul cemetery Mayor and Councilmen Bryan Burns Average collection during month Pairvnt P W C T New scholars received during mouth Willie Loiiir and Church Tobiu VS Blmville folio Crockett W F S 10 Mb ouncilmeu Duvall ami Luscher Visitors during month Absent t Cordie lackson W T Hour of holding Sunday School 2 i J H Long W E quiresGwin and McDonald appeared Miss Maggie Williams W I G Visitors always welcome Mrs Bettie Hall who lives near thisM betore the Board and asked that a com Ben Sargent W Q G Byg place is very sick Wisuv Wkiuiit Secy mittee on the pari of the Council be upÂ¬ 1 j 1 - Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 - li - ri 1 I II II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii I -- - Â¬ J Â¬ 1 I W r I v 1 1 I 11 1 1 j Â¬ Pwwr 1L IJ AftrfrAftMhll turin - Vvv iV Sift - K IW 1 A WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OliAUDK IJUCICtKY OKO A dune approacheth grinucth and the school boy tKWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS FIUNKKOUT M VY S IRSO The Art Loan Exhibition closed its brilliant caieer in this city Monday night We were unable to learn the receipts but we understand they far exceeded the expect atious of the ladies who had it in charge Â¬ McCLURE BBO IIAVF ON HAM THE LARCLST STOCK OK inty ConIf your Homutiorr U marked on the Persons who expect to at Hrt pnirc with a ml X it indicate thai vention of Cost Templars which meet in your subscription ha- - cxnireil and must ho in this city Mav 20th will please notify the renewed before yon receive another paper committee of arrangement on or before the Iwth inst HATS BOOKS STATIONERY TO UK C HA state whether or not they Special accommo J H Hendrick pastor is to have a new dations will be made for the ladies A porollurch edifice in South Frankfort tion of the lot at the corner ot Second and Personal ed of Col Steele Ptreets hie been purehn Mr John Sheehan of Lexinirton has W Hunt Reynold for the sum of 1400 been in the city his week on which the buildinji will be erected Mr llujih Hodman spent a lew days in Legislature as the Falls City thi- - week Only one ineuilier of the far us heaid from hns spoken ill nnturedly of Mrs 1 0 Mauer left for Ohio ye teulay for a vi it to her old home Frankfort and her people the from Owen county who denounced Mr Virgil Hewitt went to Louisvirc this lair citv as a sinkhole of corruption Wednesday for a short visit Lieut S M Sw inert and his bride ai ami the home of more chronic oflice eckerB inaids than any other place on med in the city yesterday afternoon uuifcurold F Dorland of Loui xille spent eftrth Mr several das in the city this week About wx oclock ye terdn taorninjr three Elder Tho- - X Arnold and witc hau co imc made n attempt to escape over the been visiting in Ccvinirtou this week outer wall of the penitentiary whib re Mi s Julia Smith went to Lexington Mi It ei in the death of one of them Tuesdav to vi it relatives in that city Smith from Hrtrrod The men were falhews of the Spencer Mr H C Smith from Hen buiy sent for life Courier has been in the city this week derson ent for five year- - Frei1 Farris colHC Matter will o to Loui viUe ored froiy Uichmond pent for lite TJe thi-Mrs - afternoon for a vi it ot several weeks placed a Judder fijrainpt the wall near the K Mr- - A Col iv lelt for Columlms ouih ve3t corner of tie yard hnvinjr a rope Ohio Monday to visit iclatives in that tied to the uppjr end of the ladder by citv which thev could defend on the other side Miss Allie Todd i at hone a train after The two white men made the a -- cent and an ab enco of several weeks in the Suniv were deiendin on the out ide before they South Farris the netrro he i were di covered C Elrod jr and his younjr Jbridt Mr alsnoal white having been frequently mis will return to their home in Louisville tins taken for a white man was nearly at the afternoon top of the ladder when John Ries a yuard llv Lynn Hoyd ha- - oe to her old on the wall at the south east corner ot the home in We tern Kentucky for a visit ol yiml saw him and tired at him with a Hal everal weeke lard rifle at a distance of about one hun Mr James Jilaekburn jr returned from ball Mrikinr him near the the Xn ihvillc Tennessee Centennial the dred yard- the tir t of the week left temple and killing him instantly Mr Henrv lovd left Thur dav for a vi it The two Smiths were shortly nfterwnrl He will In recapiured in the cemeuiy on the hill and tf friends in Calloway county ab eut a couple ot weeks returned to their quarter- - within the prison Mr Ceo Huilmaii and tamily went to waili Olifon ye lerday on the -- teaner Dora Xo E ipiirc Ceo W Cwin was notified of the 1 for a vi it to friend- - in that localitv and The Franklin Pvcshyterian Church Rev will remain over nitrhl Â¬ FOUND IN THE CITY YK JJUV DllilCT FROM THE MAXCKACTUIiEKS FOli CASH AXI 1 j7h bowen AgricuEtura co7 m h US IB Implements asid Field Seeds y Broadway bet Lewis and Ann Sts FRANKFORT KY 1 fWwiWWw I CHILLED llutt WR VlsON A UROs U AtJONS N f Â¬ uilwHilIl We me Ajiiit- - b HI Â¬ DRILLED tr the KI NTCCKY CUAIN IHRLsIIINO MACHINEI K t 1 1 I the TRADE a BROADCAST 1 I We aNo cla hpe HAMPTON MOWER AXI lincof CIXH OLIVER REAPER Ami keep eve yt lung uiuiU kept in a lut estabhshment of this kind J T Ilarxey Hlenn Esp a promi day yountr lawyer of arli le has been visitini week in the Capital Citv-th- iHis chief object and mi sion wa- - to aid in adjourning Mr Clenn returned honie ihe LejLrislature DKMIU IN mJ j Kll Si i J Ml numerous Iriends here iSt been en fair iSl nun in thin city since the lir t of January Umvc lor hi- - home in Oeonre- He leave- - behind Din town to day i laire circle of Iriends ainoni whom aie f mU Me serial vnmL ladie win wi h hi sucees the ritv free aof clnirre in whatever held he mav enter -- Mr J id in T Jurey who has Â¬ jiayed in hubine PiiV7ivii1crii Ilt line I1 JSiitfii to nn i icy eill Jllr v iiii i3a S A 4 W i J iai4iricirr5rv czvjat ji AfAl JOisliJStMjyi U i to have jury smuoned r r- i 14 -- A Mil 3 holding an impieM winter with friends in Natchez Mi s UmJv and hearing all the teMiuony in thej yu Moron ll ngl iSllturily ease the juiy returned a verdict that the for Eminence from which place she win aid Freeman Karris came to his death by jio to Missouri to spend the Mimmer with a gun Mhot wound from the hands of John btends Miss Mamie Ay re- - a eharniuj younjr Hios one of the prison guards and whilst v the said Farrh wa- - oi and ascending a hlty f W010ni Vr 1vltP Mi-sLucie hnvrea and Nellie heohahl ladder and endeavor- - to make hi- - ccHijSiml tSii Mtt t from coiitiuenient in fcaid Kentucky pent Miss Mnrv Is uinl ot Atlanta tieorLia tviitihiy tier little si ler iMvra aecoinpauieil l in the city Wedue div and will i rived Senator Cvru- - W Gilmoie of Pula k i uuty died- fHiddi nly ot apoplexy at the clock ye terday af- Weit7el Hoiel at 2 Dr W II I IMllllllll IVIIIIIIII llldlll 1UIIII He had beenMuite ill lor some MV t nioon rom lNlrtiUere hehas been lor-etime but occupied hi- - seat in the Senate Wl H 0 health lie is now Chamber Wcdneadnv aince which time he perfectlv well but look thinner in llesh i He w s Un when he lelt hue bad been conlined to bus bed Mi Sallie Hawkins uo has been much esteemed lv hi- - brother Senators relative- - near tin- - ity lor several and had uianv friendB in this citv It is viainnir U I i i i i mi tiOllie III Lincoln sapi I Hit I e iiim iieiuer iuui nui iwii livmj iitiu hi friends in P ulaski county were tele- u wui wiuiwih inv- iiov iiiuuiii gtitphcd of the sitd vent hope -- for the pmposeol Alter exau ininjr tln sltmllv ii nn niniii j oiviii i in niii nounshe has been spending i i i I 1 - At tho the reaitleneu of Eilmond Ilntt I Uv Apr him in ihi i euuny v 1 lliinj JH mi-irni- hint a tin mlior Uisuofof UMenn thd Mamkv atier Lmner o J CV Oho nna um M Is- - ij iiu llkll1 t1luir Vs Maha rnI f M t iiiij in x in ii vnt id iii- exporienee at em iim ol - n v i3i wi y In this city on the hi iiSt uloof Diiuel Miecliun Mr M Omi m l u i the re y Ikritriell MuMo llU c tok w II reeeiro promjit Hftontion thnrifus liuoiMiitu j j imtihson iiUh tl I tf IFIRE liHe FIRE A rP FIRE i- 1 AXSOUCKMKiSTS CITV MAILSI1 Ii On neeount of tho j huj rent ilumngu ilono to tho u were tormeily lueutcd in wliieh wit lieiii oblijcil to reiioso ur - iii 1 1 I hitus for the ofliuu of Mirchil ami Deputy ol To u house on ANTX tlio city of IVnkfortMiljcut to Hie action ot the H isu where wo will ho IllYTIIIAX iirnl HIJ SKL SNKKI iiseanili- Deinocratiis Par WniironiitlmrlarltoiiiiimiiiicolliKTIHTT Afl ft r O T-- TT VXtJJJ STHKI opposite 1 M i v- Wo to announee TII0- re authorize TODD in h oinili htu forru ilufiion t tin olllee of CV b thuenuinK AuiMtUtoii eniloinors ami the pullui enViallv at all tnuH a full MpplM At the I happy to MirK t Hm our oil We will i - FftKSH MEAT OF ALL KiNim twvH nnirUet pi ILiAjMO Jlaruuulii 1A JMFJi feAJjrj - IM27tr - lpettullv II o fr IirhiK ---- IIAllDT v m CO lt ii 1 ii I I 1 Jd r l0tg I MayS lf k Other lJnU ilantH Sweet Potato Plant- cents-- per Trophy ami Acno Tonito Plant- Ill caiih M0n1 II Vllt0 A 6 II NTOOI 0 J Aik UUsi t JaPS Uatl ViUH i ji Hoino nnrl w a mil iiiim ill 10WCSI pilCCK Ul LUIS OHICC M i va UiKtaiiitWvrvimmmvmfitr tw - Tmt 3 their might and drive thu accursed rum If the women of tratlic from the laud would pursue a similar course Frankfort to the brave women of Menard county Illinois the friends of temperance would experience little dilliculty in winning the light for local option in this city at the next August election In all the towns and villages in Menard county where elections have occuned this spring anti license has carried and this includes till that have a corporate existence under our municipal law So that we will have a county Iree from saloon licence one vear sit least Yesterday April 20h was the annual ol election for village ollicers lrntec clerk and police magistrate Two tickets in the field the is iiie being between to sell liquor at license and Busine-J-was nearly at a stand saloon i till and the excitement being centered around the voting place and free lunch loom opened not far oil by the Indie- - and The well patronized by the sterner sex ladies took a very prominent pari in the election piomenadiug the street with thei hand full of ticket ciieourajimr with their winning smile and bright o e those they had won over to temperance entrcntinir and pleading with tho e not yet brought over watching t lie doudlitl ones ami doing their work so well that the ticket wa ekcted by a handsome majority On Tuesday the great battle wa- fought e party between the liceii e anil which resulted in the election ot the whole ticket The scene witnessed it n t i license on our treets in the evening when the victory was announced cannot be de cribed Cheer after cheer went up from mo women All the bells in town were and children rung anvils fired and the old town cannon was re cued from the enemy and pealed forth to the surrounding country in tin inistakable tones that Athens had followed the gorioiH example of the county -- eat ol A Menard upper was given v the W i T U and some of the temperance ladies Hart- - Until ol ol the vicinity at fapt which over two hundred per ions partook The tables were beiutitully decorated and bountifully supplied with choice hinds A procession was formed alter the result of the election was made known lieu Km hy the music of thu drums nnd carrying of hanneis improvised tor the occasion and marched to Air Kankiu s resilience to com municate the joyful news lie came out and responded to their cheers by ai iloqiient addie s The rejoicing- - were kep up to a late hour in the night Â¬ Ron-i-linti - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Prof Lenry the well known tcnclicr of practical booldtuepiiiir bns arrived and A splendid will open n class in litis city Iiuhmichs men opportunity Ibryotinji The following wholoMile prices of lumber was njrreed upon by the lumber dealers of Frank Ioit April 21 IS80 HO Building lumber green per Jf 15 t0 Fencing jrreeti Itt 00 Third common jrrccn boards 2n 00 ins Houjh dry clear to 17 50 Second common dry l r 00 Third common diy -- hefting 10 00 Common sbinjile root 13 00 Clear rough weather boards I I AND STILL THEY CO ME I hae this day iuccicri the Largest Stock of MILLINERY Ker biought GOODS of to this city conMtiiif of all the Latest Styles ami Shapes Frimmed and u ntrimnied For Ladies Misses ami Children Also a Hats FULL LINK OF FLOWERS AND TRIM- tie- MINOS RIBBONS in all Latest Shades IMtKS ll IUMtllK 17 anti-liceu-- e Second itirj Jlar drepsed side weather boardinjj rale dieted weather board I to 4 in 1 f0 J OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Is full of all the -- 14 50 28 50 Clear drv Clear drv dres ed on one dre sed on two 30 22 24 It 24 28 tit to I Secoml common dresed on one side Second common dre sed on two ides Thud common dreed on one side Three eighth in eeilbi dressed esl poplar flooring BeM pine lloniiii Second rate tlooriny Be t pine shingles Star A1 econd rate Mmrles Hlis ins 00 00 00 00 00 00 UU of Oiieutil melty f Minima New Suits of Iinnidt d and Fig u el mU 25 Liun 20 Pieces lbin and Brirdcit d old prices n they were bnigluu befote the advance Tittse goods will all he sold at Diflerent -- ioj Suits hti t nou ltts OUR BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT I- 25 00 42 2 50 complete in ecry particular and iiid eomince yourself that I am the - I am offering gieU bargains in thU line live me a call - Laths - aiiti-Iiccu-- To Whom It May Concern -Â¬ CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THIS CITY Cor Main and Sf Clair FnxnL -- Xcarly two years ince Dr J M Buck ley of Frankfort made me a full set of artificial teeth the upper plate being cel luloid ami the lower metal Thev answer admirably fov mntdicntion and for natural Dr Buckley beauty cannot be excelled - an old experienced dentist and in this style of work I consider he has no superior It K UN van in ihi section of roitntrv May 5th 1SS0 r rjrt Ky BEST PLAOIS1 In Frankfort to buy -- URUCiIUES is at F V Gray Who have 1 Coa mammoth stock of 1 1 1 NEW TiLonzia 11 miumm opeil - A Card The Committee on Workdioue from the City Council havini adverti ed to let the city work hoiif to the highest and best bidder the bids to be in by the first day of May 188 two bids were put in as follows viz Ed Ltllid bid for hivikini and spreading rock on the streets cents per perch foi street erOiiu complete 7 cent- per foot for the labor of the prisoner- 30 cents pet - just received i OIIOICK OLOCIirfllli hiili they offer at prices to uit eve r body tlioy kcop none Imt the vory best anil giumintei v ry iriule to be just us represontu ami 1 1 A full lino of Veioiit in every instance Fonnei ly ot ootitvn Kj hns tir it class Taiiorin l r IllMhmiiit in ilixir to IlujliC t T V Xexi Dr MJIIsI Old Stand h - dru- Main Â¬ STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 35 13 GOOD CAK T hml Mr1 a re ho will lint- t lull kcip coiiifmtl tor nil Wooden xm And day perch fir breaking and spread live cents le s per the t toot fir makiii kIih cro ing and live cents Hjrday more tir the labor of prisoners could have sriven a- - ood a bond as Mr Lillis or anv other nisi and the oue tion Ov preRwiH itself whv did not the coin- imu e accept my til v The only solution i can uivu is that Air uiiis i in iletit to MY El7 Bum- who is chairman of the eoujniitee and Mr Bums gave the contract to Mr UHi so lie could -- ave bin debt la it the pdiev- of the inembeih of the Citv Coimeil to give contracts to persons tor their own individual interests to the detriment ol the tax payers of the citv Why liiii tlm commUee advertise for hids it they had already made up their mind to give It to the man from whom thev could ilerivu the mot personal benefit eent- - le s per inir roek on j 1 Mr A it Al trom in xp rienetd citfer oriiierly of this plaoe is in my emi lov nd wlil From hundreds reported caes where grocery I bid for breakiiii and spreading rock on pli Try our SO centTeaand choice braiiilr give satisfaction patients have increased in weight from live ltf f the Unetfc 0 cents per pei eh fot street to lortv pound- - while Using Fellows Com f OolVee - per foot BiSt Fresh Oysters always on hand for pound Syiup of llypophosphite- - no doubt ironsiug complete 70 centjui 15 tf tno labor ot tlic pris niers 35 cents per day reiiuin of its powerful action on the organs It will be ob ered that my bid was live ot nutrition -- o of Stone Ware ffi IP ill tiik uknt quality of SliTilGS everything usually kept in a first clns MILCH COWS FOR SALE five JOHil for It luumiusiii not u no triiiu Imt a preparation compounded by an tX peri oticed phyhioiin with a view to th cure of tin ibove coniiliiitit3 To any who are stiflernit wo otrer this remedy a- uro cure iiid 010 furnisli the mo it roliuble totimoniaU trotn pT 1 lout and Xeir iT T Cur IiiitniiisThis ilia - T reh which jl tf htue ten good Milch Cows I of which nn KiLRNAN 1 will sell eheiip lot ensh kAROX STOCK OP 11 f us who huvottiod it 1111 1 b en relieytd - fifty cents per hottlo Further inform itlon gi mi lv Hie sol irprtofor Dr T T Bradford II For iilc by Vigntu Ivv Aerilt Frauktort Ivy John Park V Sou uhok tebLM iiin biiIu igtitita inciiiiiuri i 1 Irio W H A7ERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky IANDIlBTir 0ABDB2T SBEDfi In liulk uud in Ittpvrs AT Music and Musical Goods JIRBEST BEST JISSDIITME8T IB THE CITY IoOomptui SontU Fmnkfoit Drug Store F Physician and Surgeon S SMITH M B - binji Ojjin ami u CUu MtWiiw lfouc St t 1 for Pimm Violin tiuitur A full line of ooks u imhi iiiind Order lor Sheet music ili-ifed lusic jmblihcd inyhere joiiui tiy oltiiind lit String Ac Yioii fl -i- Vi k St ublishois Prices New Music ruehed uioniii- - D 1 X ivman Apr 21 ly Temperance Wins The following items are taken from the Petersburg 111 Democrat a paper pub lished at the county seat of Menard county Illinois They arc further evidences of the determination of thu people to rise up in Â¬ COAL A LB G COAL B wt W Ulaol onxra 00AL 1 ALL KINDS OF KINDS OF COAL ON HANI ami for rfale at Lowef t Price by MACKLIN OE CA SH lat the vary lowest figures TYPE 1 l KKAXKMN ItiS Iiiiv strnl Citititimtti SMITH A NOlV Ohio ALLISON JOHNSON ThrvHon which tlitt paiior hi urlnt tlioutiovo Ftiundrv lit b fiiiu 4 H wj WEEKLY J10UNDAB0UT FRANKFORT MAY 8 Now let us have the city parlc 18S0 TO TRAVELERS On and after April 28th 18l trains on tho L 0 fc h K It will lonvo Frankfurt daily Sunday excepted a follow According to the school census there arc 04 white children in the city between the ages of six mid twenty years Law icnceburg will beheld The lair at ITih of August this on the third Tucdn veiir and will be continncd Iotir days A the last meeting of the Board ol Directors of the Franklin and Owen Turnpike Koad Co they declared a dividend ol lour per cent on the capital stock ol the road All thoc wjio are interested can get their dividends bv callinii on W S De honey the tieaurer of the company At is nothing so delirious and so re There Â¬ NOTICE All porBons ItiloUtotl to tho firm of llowen v llolton will pUao uoino forward ami settle im ineilititcly Tim aoeounts arc in ihe hands of J Illiowen it Ui lor soltleinont nnd they iniist lieHottlol at onco oitho bv ash or Vote April 2 IHSU HOvVlJV lLTv No No 1 ruAtvs Leave Frankfort Leave WKST 12 0 Frankfort IK 81 f 250 KAsT im nm in m No No 11 Tho tion its 20 M formerly I Leave Frankfort Lotvo Fnmktort visa thO l n 54iip I 1 train will make oloso jonncn for Cincinnati lntYAX- Tho Legislature iias none Let us have coming fail A So orry bicycle race at our lair the o-- Mtuiy of the Legislator- - left Frankfort Thtuvduy afternoon with tearful eyes Evervbodv in the count should go c work to make mir next air a grand success tw copie of the Kntmky Rriende A 1 1 try for of tho Firs sule cheap at Marshall Meagher Why cant wehae Elder I W McGar famon vejr of Lexington to deliver hi Holy L ind in this city lecture on tin -- - tr lipp-js are much worn b Josephine the ladies They arc henutie and can be bought at ppnlar prices at U T McClure Bros Will Mackliu ha been riding his ey lit clone at the fair ground Mbis week lifts along as well as could lie expecletl fo hicIi short practice Hoyal Templars of Temperance meet ii their Council Chamber next Thursda evening at S oclock The members an urged to attend this meeting Say firay yon ought to yu over to tin express office ami see that new cyclone thatV jnt oome Gray went over and took look at Will Mackhus new bicycle There were live iutermeuu in the Frank fort cemetery during the mouth d March -four whiles and one colored and elcvei interments during the mouth ol April ol which en ware white and one colon d -- - rw Elder Geo Dur ie will begin a cries ol meeting tomorrow which wiil probably la Seivics wiL pose continued for two week Tin bvjjiu every evening sit 7 oclock attend Senator David It Murrav drew bis ner public is coi dirtily invited to hem onlv for the lime he was actual Mr K II Xicol is delivellng yoI Ben present in the Capital He was absent in oji ice to hirt custiiuier daily at the lowe LeudvilleA Colorado on private buines lie gives good citrht ami eighty one day and he left S405 in tin market price hi ou touiors may count on never being State Treasury that he was legally entitled disappointed by him All honor to the honorable Senator to It is time some ai nint emeiii wers being David It Murray made lor the decoration of the graea ol The oflice of Coroner having been made Flowers an the Confederate -- oldiers by the death of Mr J It Graham plentiful thi spring mid there should b vacant ii devolved on the County Judge to niaki no lack of them at the cemetery on decora uu appointment to fill the vacancy until a Hun dnv n Thur dav peciil election can be had A Broti toie look McO nre like a new Mr Alex McKwan of the firm of Whiti place since it has been enlarged and im sides LVwMcEwnn received the appontnet proved It is roomy light cheerful look- nun gne i ie nuuen uiy uumi 10 emioie mill ing mid jtict the place to make one feel to enter upon the discharge of his duties at Mr McKwan will make a good like representations made to customera- in Oice ollicer and nn acceptable one to the people th etc limy be relied on - class ol abtiiit nine candidates freshing during the waim summer after Messrs was conlirnied by Bihop Dudley at the noons a ice cold soda water H tidies A bibs have put up their soda Kpi copal Church lat Monday night fountain this week and wearv warm Chinn shipped a very fine Al Mr W runslll derney heifer by express Thtiisday to Mr by this harmless bevcraue soda water for Lewis Brush Cuba Allegheny county New the paltry sain of a nickel Call and et York them The Court of Claim donated the remnant Our citv was visited Wednesday bv tin id the Belle Point Benson biidge to the gradutiting class and second grade ol tin Devils Hollow Turnpike Company Wed ajidwny Orphan School twentv nincyotitj nc day Indie- - in charge of two female teacher- T Wm Shipp and B J Neulon i and Messi s Ihe boys had an lmtneie bonfire and i nev arrived on ine eariv inoinimr nun i i iii piay oi nre worivs i uesuay nigm in nun Lexington and spent the day in sight from or of Hon P U Majors nomination for seeing The Coventor and all the Stall Circuit Judge ollice were iited bv them besides the The alarm of lire about ten oclock Lcjii latttre State arsenal pnibentinry juii1 riiuivda night was caused by the burning cemetery The manageiM ol the model oi f a lot of having near W A Gaines Ajihe fainou- - Strnhuig clock invited the toMctlii wonderful piece of mcchaiii ti Iofe cooper hop South Side U Iwliieb invitation tliev accented here will he an option oi uiticem Upending the dav most plca antlv here th he FraukiWrt ChriMian Temperance Uni AjiwaMi la t lotU A full attend tl the courl hoiise to niirlit -- ix oclock train uce of all the mem Iter is earnestly m At a meeting of the stockholders of lb Kentucky Industrial As ociation held i The model of the Straabnm clock ha thi- - etty Monday the lollowing gentleme tieen on exhibition at Major Hall all tlii- - were elected directors to rve the on uing veek and mav be seen thi afternoon and year The price ol evening at the same place Gen Scott Brown Mc sis Geo W linhh idini fion i onlv ten cents V S JUiifh L Herrmann D L Inly A -- J Lewis K W Ay re My Sain Cox for many vears a clerk at Maclclin Wm Geo T Graildv Jos llobinson Col K P apital Hotel died in this city lat Satttr Pepper Col J W Hunt Reynolds am lay ni jht alter i very short illness and Judge L Hord va buried in our cemetery Monday afterThese are all energetic gentlemen win noon stand high in the community and a goo The two gentlemen who were examining lair next lull is already insured by then n plant on Campbell street South Side last election After the stockholders meeting bad ai Sunday eeuiug will plea e tell us its f the drector wabotmiicnl name and what ellect it litis on joiirned ii meeting following otlicer elected the noe when pres ed igaiut that organ held and the Jen Scott Brow n Pre ident Is it m odoriferous plant Mr C W Kohh and Col J W Hui The mot eligible site in Frankfort for tin Reynold- - Vice lieidents J no X Cruteiier Secretary new Government building is that now occu J W Tate Tiea urer pied by Dudley In tiiute and if it is uece- Tuc day May I lib wa ajpointed a tin nrv to secure the location of it theie tfli time lor the next meeting ol directors am people of South Finnkfoit will donate that then the meeting adjourned projierty to the Government for that pur1 Â¬ L i7zL -- EJ j IfliflDJTf TM - KM i IS IB 1 w jh CLAt UCN1 BEST qpapt wmm HMrnlm X EVER MATIF J J when ndjustet to the wearer the round corners draw Inward conforming In ltr graceful outlines to the neck nnd chest Ixaiiilne carefully for the ItitLMit unil on tne inoizm eaciiHcan jtonc otncr are cenuiiic l or Bale at This novel Scarf FOK fJEXTTiWIEN derives Its nnnio from the Lnttn Chiiullo to thaw together Owing to the iuKcnloiiii construct Ion of the shield M A ITS W1 j ioirr WORLD BEST IS THE I i Â¬ OSSZsfiS -- fe A TTTiLhW 7i III mm y 22 - 6o OOLU M B I A N E Ji Â¬ TAYLOR SlCCKaSUK TO Walson Is Co Â¬ the Cheapest place to buy your School Notico The election blanks have been forwarded to all tho trustees The examination of teachers is fixed for the lir t Saturday in June Tun- B STOVES TlWAttlS Foun House Furnishing Goods LOCAL NOTICES want to hire a good cook Liberal II G Banta waged paid I MANTELS GEATES iVc Iron nnd Tin Roofing jiillcriiiir Srcj Special bargaiiih in Lungucdoc lace at Grilliu Bros In a letter from Lexington received by Mile A Son ordering their Iateut Hour It comes high but this expression is used l people will have it Similar expres- J0 WORK A STFUAln Iy J Olllcf 1 M WAKEFIELD iKalur in nil Kinils of tV gret it An J r K M T you will PU6 Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding never re- Laths Shingles Mm w-Mllla c c immense slock of fans and pann oks at uuprecedentedlv low price at Griflin Bio near Hiiilroiid Bridge rX 31 Juu My si ICFO li KY 4