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MfiiiTili riiiTriiiirriiwiiriiii tMtto ItliMl tSV r The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY I LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi For tho Roundabout 1 FRANKFORT KY Mrs Geo Bulir of this city was out riding with friends in Louisville Monday afternoon when the carriage by some One of Mrs Ruhrs means was upset was broken near the ankle but the limbs other occupants of the vehicle escaped unÂ¬ MAY 29 1880 Number x6 jDrT T BitADKonns Cure for Rheumatism The houses and lots of the entire city Gout and Neuralgia This is not a nostrum The ut a preparation should be numbered by nil means compounded by an experi Â¬ A Roundelay business men of the city demand it to m enced physician with a view to the cure of the ibovc C WKM8 To nnv who urn Riiflnrinir IIY nothing of the wants of every man womnn we offercomnlaints this remedy as a sure cure and can and child who lives within the corporate furnish the moat reliable testimonials from pr Not nil involved is mortnl life With somber shades of wo nnd strife limits Call the ayes ami noes and lets n who have used it and been relieved Price fifty cents per bottle Further information giv- Â¬ Not nil distorted to the view hurt At last accounts the fracture had see how the Council stands en by the solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford Not nil deep tingod with sorrows hue Vugusta Ky For sale by W II Averill Not given oer to ruling ill been reduced and Mrs B was doing very Frankfort Ky John D Park high carnival for still Or crimes Sons whole Â¬ Monday morning a span of horses at well sale agents Cincinnati 0 Tho voice of sovereign truth is heard feb2l m tached to a wagon were left standing in the Amid tho din with potent word You are especially invited to read the yard of Mr J M Wakefields mill and Restraining vice nnd eer above scene a patient lovo Tho motley advertisement of Mr D P Faulds the well becoming trig tenet tnev started and ran Presides nnd hope nnd chnrity known music dealer of Louisville which up Broadway as far as Lewis street when The darkest griefs illume as wo will be found in another column of this they came in contact with the renr end of Tho hand of God in all things sco I will deliver pure Crystal paper Mr Faulds is esteemed for his Mr J M Wakefields wagons Capt Joins residence or inIce at my residence any part of the Sclliert lias hail his store fair dealing and promptness and having another of Mr Philip that was loaded with heavy lumber and city at one cent per pound week nicely repainted and repapered this May 22 tf once obtained your patronage never loses jammed the tongue of the wagon so tightly PHILIP H GOIN LouisCall to see him when you go to among the timbers that they could not get Mr Virgil Hewitt has purchased from it PLAINTS FOK SALE - ville or write for his catalogue and prices it loose and of course were brought to a her residence on WanMrs Sue Rodman of music and musical instrunients and standstill No damage wax done farther Burmuda Sweet Potato Plants 25 cents per ping street for 5500 100 Trophy and Acme Tomato Plants 10 cent dont fail to tell him that you read his adver than the breaking of a pair of hames per doen Geraniums S cents Verbenns sociable given tisement in the Kouxdahout There was a very pleasant cents Other plants proportionated low May8 tf It II XICOL A CO of Judge The committee composed at the residence of Mrs W A Wilson on fare on the street cars in Louisville Tinsley nnd D M the Georgetown pike last night in honor of If the Smiire Thomson was put at ten instead of five cents moie KEW PLANING MILL the anniversary of the birth of her daughter Woodson appointed by the Court of Claims than three fourths of their patronage Jennie to receive bids and plans for the erection 01 would fall off and the companies owning an iron bridge over the mouth of Benson There will be an excursion train run from the roads would soon become bankrupt Having recently added to his Establishment a It will If the managers of our fair will put the connecting Belle Point with this city met Mt Sterling to Louisville June 10 Wednesday afternoon when the King First Class rianiiig Mill leave this city at six oclock A M The price of admission at twenty five cents in Bridge Company of Cleveland Ohio and Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of fare from this place will be one dollar and a stead of fifty cents the Association would the Canton Bridge Company of Canton half for the round trip realize two or three times as much money Doors Ohio submitted plans and bids for the Frames Molding Try the experiment gentle Â¬ as ever before work After examining both plans the fanners want agricultural Whenever our men and give our county people who have ALSO committee selected that of the King Bridge implements they should not buy without heretofore been debarred from attending on Bowen te Co on it as the one to be Scroll Work Stair Work Company and adopted first consulting J II Turning account of high prices nn opportunity to recommended to the Court of Claims The Broadway They keep an immense stock see our county fair Gotten out in the Best Style plan is for a high truss iron bridge of 190 and sell at bottom prices May 15 tf One day last week Mr Walter Pierce feet in length single span with a sixteen- Our enterprising fellow townsman Mr found a cow stuck in a quicksand on the foot roadway ami four foot sidewalk I There Ed Power has a contract for putting a river bank near Dudleys saw mill only her will be a called meeting of the Court of Having had a number of years experience f I large amount of galvanized iron cornice on head being above water He employed Claims next Saturday dune oth to receive the business I offer my services to the citizens ot Gilchers Hotel Danville and also has the a half dozen hands and prized her out and and act upon the report of the committee Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell stock on tho street household goods or do gen- Â¬ for putting a galvanized iron front contract then had to nearly drown her in sinking eral farm auctioneering Orders left at the storo on the Clark County National Bank ol About half after six oclock last Satur of Mr V Berberich of the stable of Dan Han Â¬ in order to swim her her under some rafts cock will receive prompt attention He will do the galvanized Winchester Charges to the other side of the river to get her day evening Manlius T Smith being under moderate J J PETERSON iron work on the Woodford county courtout of the water the bank being too steep the influence of liquor went into Peter 38 tf house and we want to assure the people lor her to climb up were she was found Sowers saloon on Main street and re respective places that the work M- of these He has not been able to find an owner for quested a man who was standing at the will be done in a workman like and highly her as yet ami if any one has lost a cow counter to go out on the street with him I1KAIKR IN t atibfactory manner which the party refused to do whereupon would do well to call on him they Smith became noisy and attempted to force cases before Judge Sneed There were two Fresh and Salt Meats of All Tuesday morning Bud Kinkend a lad the man out Mr dames Sower the barTuesday for violating the Sunday Law J Zicglers tender requested Smith to let the man alone promised noL to repeat employed in Messrs Hatchitt One confessed and SV Clair St near Wooden Bridge lite left hand sawed entirelv nnd not make a fuss to which he paid no the offence and was let oil with live dollars saw mill had attention and Mr Sower tenched over the PRANKFORT The other was required to deposit n ten it off lie was engaged as a hand at the edge KY lower story of the mill that is counter and loosened his hold on the mans Now that the saw in the being the first offence Smith stepped hack and drew a pis- Â¬ Meats of in getting out flooring and the job he arm nil kinds delivered to any part ot officers have found that the law will be en used 011 was just finished the tol when Sower dodged under the counter the city free of charge Give me a call forced it is to be hoped they will keep their had been at work gone up stairs for a few Smith fired at the counter evidently think eyes open and report all violators of the foreman had minutes and having nothing better to do ing the ball would go through and hit Sow- Â¬ law Bud picked up a board about eighteen er but it only buried itself in the hard commissioners ajv- inches long ran the saw through it as far walnut molding of the counter about a foot The penitentiary pointed to select a site for a branch peniten- - as it would go from one side and reached from the Moor Sower moved up the coun Office ami Residence Mansieit House JHock St Ciair Street tiary and report to the next Legislature over to the other and was attempting to ter and Smith tried to shoot at him n FRANKFORT met in this city Tuesday afternoon audi pull the board when the saw caught his second time but the ball took effect in the Apr 25 y by electing Judge R II Stanton hand cutting it in two between the wrist palm of his own left hand tearing oil the organized Officers Lee and The mills have been in llesh in an ugly manner of Maysville chairman and Judge W M and knuckles The operation eight years and this is the ninth Merchant appeared on the scene at this Beckner of Winchester secretary board then adjourned to meet in Cin hand that has been maimed by the various point arrested Smith and placed him ini Dr the worU house where he remained until cinnati in July when they will make a saws in use in the establishment KINDS OP COAL ON HAND tour of the Eastern States br the purpose rhythiau dressed the wounded hand and Sunday afternoon when he was released ALL forsnleat Lowest Price bv G B MACK LIN Bud ia doing as well as could be expected no warrant having been issued against him of inspecting the prisons of those States Â¬ 1 ICE ICE Â¬ Â¬ J M WAKEFIELD Biii Id AUCTIONEERING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J STEPHENS Â¬ Kii Â¬ Â¬ SrpSMITHrMD7 IY - Physician and Surgeon 1 Â¬ COAL COAL HHHffy t t k tSF Ti- - f wv ffirisfSifTl wr Wi Mrs Nevil Whilesides and daughter Ada of Mt Vernon Ohio are visiting the Entorod at tho post office nt Frankfort Kentucky family of Mr E Whitesides this city a second class mailablomattcr Rcv Nathan Ayres of Missouri was the Mrs Margaret guest of his sisfer-in-laOIO A LKWI8 OliAUDB nUOKlKY Ayres South Side the first of the week I have this day received the Largest Stock of LEWIS BUCKLEY Miss Sallic Young of Danville who has aEvaTolislJerQ been visiting friends in this city for some weeks returned home Thursday morning MAY 29 1880 FRANKFORT Miss Mamie Rinkcr of Louisville is ex pected in the citv next week to spend the Ever brought to this city consisting of all the Latest Styles and Shapes of your RouvnABorr is marked on ye summer with her cousin Miss Sallic Nor If wood first page with ft red X it indicates that Mrs Lewis Castlcman of St Louis who your subscription has ex wired and must he has been visitinsi relatives in this city for renewed before you receive another paper several weeks returned heme Thursday afternoon For Ladies Misses and Children Also a FULL LINE OF FLOWERS AND TRIM Co have recently Messrs GG Graham MINGS RIMJONS in all the Latest Shades Mr Russell Abell of Harrodsburg has opened a first class procery on Market street accepted a position behind the counter of and will keep constantly on hand a full line V II Averill and will take up Ins abode They want in this citv of goods of the best quality Read their ad- Â¬ von to come and see them Hon Alex E Adams Senator from vertisement Pike county passed through this city Wed Is full of all the latest novelties ioo Different Styles of Oriental Novelty Trimmings nesdav morning en route for the Chicago The City Council has issued and adver Convention 25 New Styles of Brocaded and Figured Silk 250 Pieces Plain and Bordered Lawn sale thirty five 1000 bonds and tised for Mr Hugh R A vies of the corps of en- - These goods will all be sold at old prices as they were bought before the advance tbirty eisht 500 bonds all bearing interest irineers that has the Kentucky river im at the rate of six per cent per annum provements in charge has been at home The 35000 will be used to refund the citys this week Capt J Crittenden Watson U S N debt and the 19000 will be used to pay and family left Tuesdav afternoon for New for the free bridge The rate of taxation port R 1 where they will remain the Is complete in every particular and I am offering great bargain- - in ibis line Give me a call for the current year Iuib been fixed at ninety-f- next three months and convince yourbdf that I am the cents on the 100 worth of property ive Miss Eva White who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city and county Personal for several weeks returned to her home in Alton last Saturday Mrs Jas M Saftell is visiting friends in Mrs Jas W Mayhall and her two Woodford county children arrived in this city Tuesday after They will make this Miss Mary Jackson of Monterey is noon from Louisville visiting relatives in this city their home in future Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky Mr Henry Crittenden who has been Mr J F Lewis of Louisville was in visiting his parents in this city for several the city Thursday on business weeks left for his home in Greenville Mr Arthur Peter jr Louisville has Mississippi Wednesday morning been visiting in the city this week Mr Arthur Elwang who has been clerk Sarah Lnckett left Wednesday ing at Dr W II Averills drug store for Mrs morning to visit friends in Cloverport some time past left Thursday afternoon for HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Mrs Lucy Mills ot Louisiana is visiting Louisville where he will go into business for himself her sister Mrs Cad Lewis this county Rev Dr C Leis Rev J M Lewis Mrs S P Browder returned Monday Mr W H Lewis and Miss Mary P Lewis p morning from a short visit to Louisville returned Wednesday morning from Owens Misses Denia and Mattie Kahr returned boro where they have been attending the Tuesday from a visit to friends in Cincinnati Baptist General As ociation Rev E A Penick Messrs Grant Green Mrs E L Partee has been visiting and John B Lindsey have been attending relatives in Shelby county for a few weeks the Episcopal Diocesan Convention at pa t TO BE Louisville this week as representatives of Mrs Dr John Fhythinn and Mr Chas Ascension Church in this citv Phythian of Newport are visiting relatives in this city Cajt WG Thompson of the McCreary In this city Thursday Miiy 27 to tho wife of WE BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH AND Guards has been appointed a guard at the Jens Driscoll a daughter penitentiary CAET Col R W Scott and wife returned from ANNOUNCEMENTS near Melon ville Florida their winter home the fir t of the week CITY MARSHAL Mr Ben Roberts left this morning for New Orleans to take a position on board We are authorizedto announce II IJHEATHITT PflYTIIlAN and RUSKL SNKED us candi Â¬ the steamer It h l ee dates for tho oflico of Marshal and Deputy of Mr Harvey Co for left Tuesday for the city of Frankfort subject to the action of tho Memphis Tennessee alter a short visit Democratic Party to his fathers family in this city We are authorized to announce THOS J Broadway bet Lewis and Add Sts FRANKFORT KY TODD ci8 a candidate for re election to tho office Mr Jas Nicol returned to Louisville of City Marshal at the ensuing August election Tbuivday afternoon after a visit of two weeks to his parents near this city CO G G GRAHAM Wur Mr L S Howell of the Paris Sunday DKAUUIS IN was in the city Wednesday and Courier dropped in on us for a few moments Staple and Fancy Groceries Mrs Lizzie Norwood of Oldham county COUNTRY PRODUCE WINESLIQU0RS C will arrive in the city this eveninjMo spend with her fathers family the summer Broadway one door wst of Ann Frankfort Ky D C Mrs Col Orlando Brown and Mrs The Worlds Greatest Instruments Hardin of Bardstown returned WedneB BROADCAST DRILLED ii iy from u weeks visit to Cincinnati Chlckerlng Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma Â¬ We are Agents for the KENTUCKY GRAIN DRILL the TRADE ENGINE OLIVER Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs son Mr J M Hallnan formerly of this CHILLED PLOW THRESHING MACHINES CHAMPION MOWER AND REAPER city has been appointed one of the census IF1 A XT Ha 3D S IE3 W R WATSON BROS WAGONS We qIho have n line of ID i numerators for the city of Louisville 105 Fourth Avonuo Louifvillc solo agent for all Mr Sidney French left Tuesday for of the above which in polling for 2fi years I am Southern Kentucky where lie will spend convinced are the very lest made Everything And keep ererythlng asually kept in a first claw establishment of this kind pertaining to wuaic to bo found hero everal weeks in the temperance work WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT AND SHLL THEY COME GOODS w 1 Editors and Â¬ MILLINERY t Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Â¬ OUR BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY SOli HARRIS R K McCLURE BR0 Boots HATS Sz Slices C TECS BOOKS STATIONERY Bom FOUND IN THE CITY 8EL2- AS LOW AS LOWEST J H BOWEN CO Agricultural Implements and Field Seeds iPflnt MmlfflHH fir iHKiiffi Buggies Carriages and Spring Wagons tvir v y-- Vf v Wvt iWftWfaf m P--- - pfiaawfjijjvfn4 J t 1 1 I I m 3 The grave of Geu Zachury Taylor near There is a leak through the strnta of Louisville will be decorated to day by Gen rock at each end of the new dam at the Eakcn comtnander at the JclTersonville water works and the water in the reservoir FRANKFORT MAY 20 1880 supply depot returns to mother earth The water has 144 Writ Market SV bet Fourth and Fifth been drawn off for the purpose of stopping LOU1SV1LL1C All the State properly at the several locks TO TRAVELERS KY the leak if possible It is claimed that May IS f on the Kentucky river was turned over to the leakage is too small to affect the watei On and after April 28th 1870 trains on the L C fc h R R will leave Frankfort daily Sundays the General Government the first of the supply excepted as follows week by order of the Governor WR3T TRAIXS Alexanders annual sale at Woodburn The Secretary of the Kentucky Industrial Farm 815 a ui No 4 Leave Frankfort came of Wednesday The attend Jou o in Association informs us that a bicycle race No 12 Loava Frankfort ance was large and the urices were the TRAINS KA8T and a walking match have been arranged best paid 004 a m No 9 Lonve Frankfort for several years There were 6411 p m for at the approaching fair in September No 11 Leave Frankfort seventeen colts sold at an average ol The 250 I Af train will make oloso connec SOtto 20 and twenty one fillies J7s THK CLAUDGNT A averaging tion as formorly for Oinoinnati A large number of our citizens went out E P lJRYANyWoif The total sales amounted to by private conveyance and the cars to 2t0 23 16775 Woodburn farm Wednesday to attend Mr LARGEST GIRGUUTIOH III GUY AND COUNTY A J Alexanders annual sale of line horses EVER Messrs Lee tfc Daily have moved into The Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the their new stable on Main street where they Docs the new reservoir leak World I O G Tt was in session in New will be glad to see their friends Their Geo W Bnin T B stand is upon the site of the once popular A walk that tries mens soles up Devils York this week Demaree and It S Cheves represented the stable of Messrs Giltner it Link and later Hollow pike Grand Lodge of Kentucky of M B A W J Chirm and if they can Ten cents a quart was the price of straw- Â¬ in build up such a custom as those old timers The Good Templars meet in regular sesberries this week had their success is assured sion at their hall in Odd Fellows Temple The Foresters hold a regular meeting next Thursday night at eight oclock A The census enumerators will begin the This novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives Us next Wednesday night lull attendance is desired as business of im- work of taking the tenth census of the nnmo from the Latin Claudia to draw tORCther Owlns to the lnRenlous construction of tho shield There was a heavy rain in the Big Eddy portance will be brought before the meeting United States next Tuesday and it is earn- when adjusted to tho wearer tho round corners draw Inward conforming In Its graceful outllnea to tho estly hoped that the citizens of this cit neighborhood last Mondav neck and chest Examine carefully for tho Pntent It is unjust to water consumers to compel and county will use every effort to aid the Stamp on tho back of each Scarf Nono others are Keep your paper and trash off the streel them to piy water taxes for the whole year enumerators in obtaining all necessary genuine Forsaloat and give them the benefit of water from the or the police will be after you Every question should lie information hydrants for only a few months in the The Colorado potato bugs have attacked year More water or less water tax for the answered promptly anil accurately as the law requires the tomHo plants in this vicinity consumers WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Photographic Studio -- ij Claudent THE Â¬ BESTjliiMI maotHHH mm fr- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I CEUTCHEE STAKES At a meeting of the Pea Hidge Sundav subscription is being raised to build a mission church at Leestown or Taylorton school last Sunday it was resolved to defer the election of a superintendent till Sunday Commencement exercises at the Military June bth nt 3 oclock p m at which Institute take place next Thursday time all members and friends are requested June 3d to be present The apple crop will be short in this Mr Frank Conway who lives on the vicinity on account of the great part of ih Frankfort and Flat Creek Turnpike reports uiooiu oeiug uinsteu that he has a hundred bearing peacli trees Satl lie frankiort ttoat oiuu lias mult a that are so full of fruit as to oblige him to large and convenient boat house to be used prop the limbs The peaches on them are now larger than hen eggs during the present season A 1 y Messrs F C Hughes it Co as agents of the Orient Insurance Company paid to Mr Z Taylor Parrent last Saturday 1100 the full amount of insurance on his stock of goods destroyed by the late fire at Bridgeport It is not often that a loss is paid in less than a week after the fire occurs but this enterprising firm is prompt to fulfill all its engagements Now that Frankfort is to have a new Government building a free bridge a city park and steamboat communication with the world wont the City Council order the houses and lots of the city to be numbered for the convenience of the citizens and the public generally It would cost but a trifle and would be such a convenience Come gentlemen if you have any enterprise or public spirit about you order the work done at once Â¬ PRA1TKPORT IKZ ST BEST IN THE WORLD PS TO - 1 I f A lady in this citv lost a favorite cat the first of the week and went around to all the sively worn by the ladies this season are neighbors and reo nested that if a strav cat very unbecoming to the wearers came to their houses to please send it to Where is that bountiful supply of water her and there has not been an hour in the that was to lie furnished by the new reser dav since that some one has not brought a cat to her door voir Echo answers The new style turbans that are so exten- COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR SUCCKSSOIt -e The series of meetings at the Christian Church closed Tuesday night There were twenty one additions to the congregation Mr Dp rise preaches to morrow morning and night as usual The annual commencement exercises of periment this year Eminence College will take place next Mr Faulds the music dealer of LouisThursday and Friday dune 31 and 4th ville has a man in his employ who has Snakes are said to be more numerous been his porter for twenty six years he this spring than fftr many years Several also has a young man with him who has have been killed in the central part of the been a salesman is his store for eleven This fact speaks well for both em Â¬ years citv ployer and employes Mr E Power has a very large and a Thirty hands employed by Messrs very fine collection of Mowers and a nice lot of shells for llower bed or grave orna- Williams it Glore on the new Hermitage Distillery warehouse and in the quarry ments struck for an advance of twenty five cents The National Greenback Labor Party will per day last Monday The contractors hold a district convention in this city next refused to accede to the demands of the Monday to select delegates to the National strikers and supplied their places in a few Convention of that party and to appoint hours without any material delay on the an elector for this district building Â¬ If the Directors of the Kentucky IndusAt a meeting of the Commissioners of trial Association will fix the price of admis the Sinking Fund on Monday night the sion to the fair at twenty five cents it is reorganization of the penitentiary under thought that more than five times as many the new law was completed by the election people will attend than if the price is put of Thos J South as deputy warden and Suppose they try the ex at fifty cents i apt u u uonoway as cleric An inÂ¬ Â¬ Watson Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your STOYES TINWARE House Furnishing Goods Â¬ Â¬ ventory of the machinery fixtures etc was taken by the commissioners appointed for that purpose this week and the institution will be turned over to the new officers next Tuesday the first dav of June MANTELS GRATES c c Iron ami Tin fiooliiig LOCAL NOTICES Special bargains in Languedoc lace at Grillin Bros a In a letter from Lexington Ky received by Miles it Son ordering their Patent flour M this expression is used It comes high but Dealer in all Kinds of the people will have it Similar expres sions are received daily from all points Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Use their J E M and you will never reLaths Shingles c c gret it Offie nd near KHlroad Bridge An immense stock of fans and parasol at unpjrecedentedly low pricea at Griffin IT TEL A Sx JP O JZ V Bros Jan CI ly job work sramn WAKEFIELD J Guttering Â¬ Â¬ Y-Milla T K -- V UtiUitffo tindMiVsMwMMW iv M 5 Dr S r Smith has recently purchased handsome new buggy and with his pretty bay it makes as line a turnout as there is The now reservoir dntn is being llie in the citv Inuse of a ooil iknl of Imnniug just now In the habeas corpus case of Mary Bell winMing comes ofT Wiley vs Richard L Wiley tried before R The Tito bridegroom elect in A Thomson P J F C C on last Tuesday next Tluusiltiy one of the most popular benux in Kentucky morning the custody of the child in controbesides being one of the very cleverest versy Clarence Wiley an infant under the men in the State age of two years was given to the plaintiff R L Mr Alex Szymnnaki bus just received Marv Roll Wilevand the defendant visit the a handsome new barbers chair and a dozen Wiley was granted permission to and a half of new shaving cups He is child and see that it was properly cared for The Court reserved the right a fiistclas barber and is deserving of the and treated to set aside the judgment rendered at an huge patronage he is receiving lime upon snllicient evidence of the failure Mr Jlio T Thielkeld living near Stamp of either ol the parties to fulfill the term ing fi round Scott county had the misfortune ol the same to lose his smoke house and several other outhouses by fire last Wednesday even Convention of the National Greenback-Labor Party of the Seventh ing Supposed to have been caused by a Congressional District spark lighting on the dry roof Low about 510 You are earnestly requested to meet in mass convention at Franklort on the 31 The City Park Commissioners have day of May I8S0 for the purpose of secured the services of Mr David Xicol delegates and alternates to represent who will superintend the laying oil of the said district in the National Convention Capitol ground- - into plats and walks in which assembles in the city of Chicago AK o Illinois on the 9th day ol June next aecoidance with the plan of Mr D M to select an elector to represent said distiici Mr Gratz has very kindly in the coming Presidential canvass Woodon All loaned the model of his patent lawn seal voters who have made up their minds to and ihe park will be supplied with seats of support the nominee of our party at said Chicago Convention are cordially invited to that pattern at the com ol manufacture attend and participate in said district conand the work of fitting up the grounds will vention Col Ren Selby and Mr Pollock Bar be begun in a short lime bour will address the convention The Little Four Mtn tHs an organize Simon II Shia lion cotnpo ed of colored boys of this city Member of the Stale Committee for the 1th district from twelve to sixteen years of age gave an entertainment at Major Hall Tuesday Bridgeport night before a large audience The per forma nee was very crediialde and amusing Crops are looking well many of the actors giving promise of be Our little village will be rebuilt coming stars if they should choose the stage Digging in the debris is still continued a- - a calling The price of admission was Some of our farmers are still furrowing at a very low figure but we understand a out and planting corn handsome sum was realized The insurance agents are settling up with Mr 7 no Drydeu is trying to arrange those who lost by the late tire promptly with Elder J W McGarvey for a lecture Mr Taylor Parrent who has been to in this city next week from that eminent Louisville on business has returned home He will no doubt be received and will bein business soon divine with an overflowing house should he con Mr Leslie Collins purchased of Col Alex Julian 63 fat hogs average weight He is one of the most elude to come 3 75 per hundred learned Bible scholais in America and 215 pounds at James Rn sell Esq has returned from having recently visited the Holy Land his Louisville where he went to replace his lecture on that subject would be especially tools and material which were destroyed It is earnestly hoped that Mr oy me intere ting Drydeu will be succe sful in his efforts to While four persons were fishing with have him lecture here hook and line Tuesday night three men came along with n large The following are the changes in the creek Thin of course seinea dragging the put stop to the a iguments of Revenue Oflicers for the hook and line business as the fish were frightened away besides it was a direct next sixty days The violators had Storekeeper- - S It Smith to W A violation ol the law better look out for they are known and Gaines A o No 4 C C Furr and W II Grav to E II will be properly dealt with Bvu Taylor jr Co No 2 Jacob BiHiford to J N Blakemore Nouthiokt Wis May 6 1879 No yii V James I Fellows A T Todd 1 have to John Cochran Co Silt been using your medicine No 37 for over a year now and with the best efGeo R Dunlap to E II Tavlor jr fects 1 have used 12 bottles of the Hypo No 113 phosphites and it htn made a new man ol I lull t John I Quin to J A J M Satlell lltk til inv nuu iivcn miiiig in ei sy years wim 91 No a number of diseae- - but lung dillicultv I aac Webb to Glenn Spring Distillery io nit iiiu i luuiiiiiiciii i nave neon Y Xn ST iimier the care ol a great many doctors and i Saml D Pinkerton to Labrot A Gra ufnc tilv loir uuwii luuumes uiI ineuicilie WltllOllt ham No frl any apparent benefit but appeared to be Clms W Bean to IT D Owings ic Co still growing worse and weaker until I Gangers S C tardwell to Wm Tan accidentally came across one of your cirA Co No I and D A Aiken No 26 culars and was constrained to try your J B Lewi- - to W A Gaines A Co No medicine and J found its effects were almost 4 and I k I M S iflell No 91 magical upon me and I was a surprise to J II Bailey to Labrot A Graham No myself and friends having gained so rapidly it2 Glenn Spring Distillery Co No 57 and in ilesh Respectfully Vulliiir- - ifc Krigler No 105 Lvitivci Doiuv WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT JESTEYCO Ttfj T ILLUSTRATED tiii lonii-loriUitl-H- u Catalogues SENT FREE Most Extensive Manufactory OF REED ORGANS IN THK World IN Â¬ Â¬ POWER Combined with Purity of Tone Durability ANU 1 Finish Mmmmammmmmmwm mmMMmsmmm w THESE lORGANS ARK UNRIVALED Â¬ Â¬ BRATTLEBORO VT 1ST E VV BEST PLACE Ii Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at Â¬ P V Gray Who htivc TUII Gos stock of ESTABLISHMENT just rcceivcil a mammoth CHOICE GROCERIES STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Which they offer at prices to suit everybody They keep none but the very best and guarantee every article to bo just as rep rescn toil and Full Next door to Hughes A Chiles drug storo A frill line of Wkioht in every instance Main street whero he will keep constantly on hand a full line of Formerly of Georgetown Ky has opened a first class Tailoring Establishment in A G MORBIS Dr Mills Old Stand y OF THE BEST QUALITY Mr CANNED COODS Wooden and Stone Ware And Bust Fresh Oysters always on hand 15 everything usually kept in a first class formerlyA G Alstroin an experienced cutter of this place is in my employ and will grocery psT Try our 80 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