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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mb AtifaMA jiitfjL ffftr fati jit rufAifl UaMjrfl The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi FRANKFORT KY JUNE 5 1880 Number 37 Mr Will G Goodwin while digging in Persons who are fond of bananas should The June meeting of the Old School If you want twelve pounds of ice for a he more careful where they throw the rinds his garden a few days since found a bronze dime call on Thil Goin or stop his wagon Baptists at Alton last Sunday was largely attended not more than one third of those Officer Jack Long slipped upon one that was medal of the Presidential campaign of Saturday night Albert Reed a nreaent iejnc ftbj0 to cct nt0 je i0U8 left on the pavement last Saturday and his ltfIO On one side is a but of Gen Ilnni Last colord boy employed at Mandcvilles barber Three sermons were nreacl led bv prominent back received such a wrench that he did son with the words Major General William shop on St Clair street was carelessly ministers during the day A number from not recover from it for several days II Harrison and on the reveise side is a handling a cap target gun when it went this city were in attendance representation of the log cabin with a barrel The Convention of the Greenback party of hard cider al the door and off the ball striking Mr Sam Harris who the words of this Congressional district met at the The peoples choice for President Saw Mill Casualties his front window on the was standing at The court house in this city last Monday morn- medal is about the size of a His clothing opposite side of the street twenfy cem Willie Graham a young man who runs It was very slimly attended but piece and looks as though it had been being thick prevented its entering the flesh the lath saw at Mr J M Wakefields mill ing Capt buried a number but the force of the ball was sufficient to was brushing the sawdust away from the twelve delegates being present of years S T Drane of Shelby county was elected bruise the flesh considerably saw about eight oclock Monday morning chairman and Thos J Hutchison of this No preparation of Hypophosphites I have used can compare with Fellow- pistol in her when approaching too close his left hand city appointed secretary An excited woman with a Col Ben Selby a sensation on the streets touched the saw and an ugly gash across of Henry and J W Robinson of Shelby Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites for hand created quite the back of it was the result None of were appointed delegates to the Chicago restoring strength to the nervous sy tem in the vicinity 01 me penucnmiry jhkbuj I think it the best medicine I ever used W J Jlouvnu Buffalo N Y It seems that the lady has but the leaders were cut however and he will Convention which meets on the 9th of afternoon moved to this city her husband soon be all right again recently this month 0 W Thomas of Henry At about seven oclock that evening DkT T Bradfords Cure for Rheumatism being employed at one of the mills on the county was appointed district elector and Gout and Neuralgia This is not a nostrum river and on the afternoon in question a James Edwards who was employed as a John Kastle of Fayette assistant Col but a preparation compounded by an experi- Â¬ man entered her house and insulted her and hand at the edge saw at the same mill un- Ben Selby was recommended to the State enced physician with a iew to the cure of tho above complaints To any who are to protect herself she caught up the dertook to tighten a nut of a box that holds Central Committee for appointment as we offer this remedy as a sure cure suffering and enn pistol to frighten him but he pursued her the shaft to which the saw is attached and elector for the State at Large and then the furnish the most reliable testimonials from per- Â¬ sons who used and she left home and went in search of in doing so reached over the saw which Convention adjourned to meet at the call fifty cents have bottle it and boon relieved PriceÂ¬ por Further information givWhen the nut became ller husband carrying the weapon in her was in motion en by tho sole proprietor Dr T T Bradford of the chairman tight the wrench slipped oft letting Ed Augusta Ky For ale by W II Averill hand Frankfort Sons wliole wards arm drop on the saw cutting a gash Charley Washington was laboring under salo agents Ky John D Park Cincinnati 0 feb2Miin the residence of Mr three inches A burglar entered long and one inch deep across the impression Saturday afternoon that he Jas A Hodges on the corner ot 1 hird and the right arm It is hoped that no perma was the worst nigger Craw ever produced and St Catharine streets Louisville about nent injury will result from this accident that he could lam any country nigger that one oclock on Tuesday night of last week but the arm will be useless for some time ever presumed to set foot on the sacred pre- Â¬ There was no one at home but Mrs Hodges to come cincts of Dog Walk It is unnecessary to say I Mrs J W McClure their children and Accidents of this kind are becoming that the aforesaid impre sion was produced Captwill deliver pure Crystal lee at my residence Goins residence or in any part of tho a servant girl Mr Hodges being employed fearfully common of late by an overdose of Dog Walk stagger juice rny ai one ceni por pouiui May 22 tf The entrance was PHILIP H GOIN as a night storekeeper but it was not long before Charles found Found Drowned two of the slats of a effected by cutting out that there was one country darky it would PLAIN TS shutter of a lower window opening the Last Monday morning while the logger not do for him to tackle as a regular thing The shutter and raising the window Burmuda Sweet Potato Plants 25 cents j cr at the saw mill of It N Archer cfc Co was for Moses Willis the ciillud pusson afore 100 Trophy and Acme Tomato Plants 10 ecus was awakened by the burglar servant girl getting logs out of the river the body of a said happened to pass that way while the per dozen Geraniums hj cents Verbenaswalking about the house and gave the man floated out from under the raft on warlike Washington had on his lighting cents Other plants proportionately low MayS tf It H2UC0L CO alarm when the screams of the ladies for which he was at work The clothing had clothes and was stopped by that worthy frightened him away before he the police all rotted off except a strip of pants around who proposed that they should take a SEW PLACING MILL could secure anything of value But Moses one leg and a pair of shoes the hair had round for the fun of the thing Sunday afternoon about 3 oclock thiee all come out and the body was in an ad was a man of peace and declined saying convicts two white men and a negro tore vanced state of putrefaction showing that he wanted nothing to do with the pugna Having recently added to his Establishment a the cover off of a man hole to the sewer it had been in the water a month or two cious namesake of the lamented toter of First Class Planing Mill which was fastened down with an iron rod The body could not be identified as that a little hatchet But this did not conform Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ot and covered over with stone near the rear of any person belonging about here as no to the Washingtonian idea and stepping wall and went down into the sewer thence one has been drowned in this vicinity lately into the street he picked out under the wall where they had to and it is supposed to he the remains of a lonniim W illis that he f spring two sets of three inch iron bars man who jumped from a raft one night blood was up and nothing but fight would ALSO which they did with an appliance they took during the last rise in April up at the Big d him he threw at Moses and struck him Turning He left the raft for the purpose of on the head This had the desired effect for Scroll Work Stair Work with them being a couple of large holts Eddy Gotten out in the Bost Style with nuts upon fhem which were hooked tying a line to a tree on the river bank but it inspired Mose with a desiie to do battle May 15 tf Lie reached for Washington he drew him over the bars and then screwed up with the current carried the raft down the river large wrenches until an opening was made and the other men saw him no more In to his bosom in a loving embrace he butted sufficient to permit them to pass through quiry was made for him but it was never him in the face on the nose in the eyes Having had number of years exnorieneo it After gaining the outside they started to learned whether lie was drowned or went he spoiled his beauty generally in fact his the bu ines1 T aoffer I services He laidj Fnvnklin ClUnty ns nlf Auolloneeto Uoirzen- of he ad was a regular battering ram walk past the guard house near the north back home ill The raft under which the body was found the Washington in theduthe stood on tock on the street household goods or do gen- wall thinking the guard was inside and Ortlera loft at the tro would not see them but young Sam South had been tied up at the Big Eddy for some him and if oilicers Lee and Hupe had notnlTfrv or tho stable of Dan Han- Chip e who was 611 duty was sitting on the shady time and been dropped to the mill a few arrived on the scene ti ere probably would cock will recolvo prompt attention J J PETERSON The strip of pants seemed to have been one name less for the census10100 side of the house saw them in a few min days before li ll with his be jeans and the shoes were front lace box enumerators to jot down isotn were placed utes brought them to a stand Q Jj ritle and notified the guards on the inside toed gaiters One of the front teeth of the in the work house until Monday morning Iff D when they were taken back to their old upper jaw was missing Coroner McEwan when Judge Sneed released the cullud ryj 3 iiySlClQIl EH1Q quarters and are now each wearing a spur was notified and summoning a jury he gemman from the rural deestricts and One of the repaired to the place where the body was sent tho bearer of that illustrious name oBtVuj rr of iron around his ankles k i inij iUf if M Â¬ found Ctw- Stntt and after inquiring into the case to the Soldiers Home until the little white men was yard boss the other forethe negro was fully returned a verdict that the party had matter of five dollars and costs should be man of the shoe shop and KY come to his death by accidental drowning liquidated Apr2U ly high sherifl Â¬ Â¬ for sale - Â¬ Â¬ J M WAKEFIELD I Â¬ AtTCTIOSTEEKIa il15- - J Â¬ -- SMITH - i bUPeOl - i -t JM t jVEfi- g t iff ti jj jitgiF jMfrjjgiigi 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered nttho post office at Frankfort Kontucky as second class mailable matter OLAUDK ntlOKMJV OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS waiters and FHANKFORT Eu1olisliere- MAY 29 1880 is marked on the first page with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before you receive another paper If your RoUNDAnoUT number of houses in South Frankfort are receiving a new coat of paint A dog giving evidence of having hydrophobia was killed in South Frankfort A Â¬ Thursday evening He had bitten several persons and great fears are entertained of serious results There are two maiden ladies living near the foot of Fort Hill who have resided in the same house for thirty seven years When they first moved there Crawfish Bottom was one vast field with but few houses upon it The young gentlemen of the city gave a hop at Capital Hotel Thursday night in honor of Miss Annie Loree of Vinton Iowa who has been spending a month in Miss and near the city with relatives charming young Loree is one of the most ladies that has honored our city with her presence for many months and has made a host of friends during her stav here She will leave for her home next Monday much to the regret of a number of admir The hop was ers and friends in this city a very nice affair and the music by Wolfs Lexington band was most excellent Â¬ - i Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville spent last Sunday with his parents in this city Mrs J J Brooks of Richmond has been visiting friends in the city this week Rev B C Willoughby and wife of New T have this day received the Lnrgcst Stock of York are visiting their daughter Mrs Thos Rodman sr Mr W M Miller and wife returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit to Cincin- Â¬ nati and Kansas Mr II S Darsie of Washington county Ever brought to this city consisting of all the Latest Styles and Shapes of Pa has been visiting his brother Elder George Darsie this week Misses Lucy Say res and Nellie Theobald who have been visiting in Louisville re- Â¬ turned home Saturday afternoon For Ladies Mibses and Children Also a FULL LINE OF FLOWERS AND TRIM- Â¬ Miss Rena Marston a charming young MINGS RIBBONS in all the Latest Shades lady of Midway is spending her vacation with Mrs Owen Richardson South Side Mrs Arthur Peter who has been visiting her parents in this city for several weeks returned to her home in Louisville Monday Is full of all the latest novelties Mr Ed Hensley has been appointed to ioo Different Styles of Oriental Novelty Trimmings a position in the Auditors office and entered 25 New Styles of Brocaded and Figured Silk upon the discharge of his duties on Tues Â¬ 250 Pieces Plain and Bordered Lawn These goods will all he sold at old prices as they were bought before the advance day AND STILL THEY COME MILLINERY GOODS Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Â¬ AAiiiiAinrittnnt Iv rtl v VAUIIIHS nT flrnOn wood Seminary took place at Grahams Academy of Music last night There were three graduates viz Misses Ro a Boyd Wilson Mattie M Hughes and Be sie Gor soR2 themselves don Clarke who acquitted this county on tho Hist ult to the wife ol The other exercises were as V In V Jett a son Cnuiis Miiis handsomely interesting as only Mr- - Runyan can make them The house was well filled with the ANS0UNCE3IEMTS patrons and friends of the school and the Mrs Runyan floral offerings were liberal CITY MARSHAL was compelled on account of the very bad Wc aro authorized to announce THO J order at her exhibition lat year at Major TODD as a candidate forrc election to tho office Hall to decline going there again as the of City Marshal at the enduing August election police were powerle to keep the crowd of rowdies that usually flock to free shows from disturbing those who wished to hear MM 1 I1C liUlllllll-illV-IIIClll Mrs H G Mat tern and Miss Man Risk wiio have been visiting in Louisville for several weeks are expected home this afternoon Mr Jas M Todd jr came down with Is complete in every particular and I am offering great bargains in thi5 line Give me a call the Danville base ballists that played at the and convince yourself that I am the Institute last Saturday and spent the day in this city Little Miss Clara Crutcher who has been visiting relatives in this city the past three months returned to her home near Dueker Station Monday Dr J Q A Stewart left Wednesday afternoon for Barry Ma s to attend a Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky meeting of the Superintendents ol Feeble Â¬ minded Institutions in the United States Mr J Harlan Hatohitt left last Saturday afternoon for Chicago to attend the Nation- Â¬ al Convention of the Republican party but returned Tuesday being unable to obtain hotel accommodations HAVE ON HAND THF LARGEST STOCK OF Mr Henry B Ware of Georgetown has been appointed a clerk in the Auditors He assumes the desk of Mr JNew ofhee Kagrfisf BJ hall who has been promoted to the bv the election of Capt made vacant L D Holloway as clerk at the penitentiary OUR BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY SOS ESABJES K Boots HATS VK BUY Â¬ j BOOKS STATION Y C TO HE FOUND IN THE CITY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH AND CA3KT SEIA AS OW AS THE XaQWlSST claim niiinpt thn estate Graham are hereby untitled to pro Personal ent sumo properly provon for pnjinent and till person owing siiid estatn inudt come promptly Mr M E Jett of Versailles was in the and settle to avoid litigation M E GRAHAM city Monday AiimiiifarntrU 1m 18S0 Junk Prof N S Shaler former State Geologist was in the city Monday Ss CO NOTICE G J H BO WEN ftf CO f All person hn int of John R Agricultural Implements and FieldSeeds Broadway bet Lewis and Ann Sts FRANKFORT KY lt Miss Annie Middletnn of Louisville is is visitÂ¬ G GItAHAM DKAIKIIS ing her mother in this city Mr Jos Maratta and family are visiting relatives in Spencer county Mrs M e Jen of Versailles cmneiown titteml the wedding Thutiidny Mr Henley Middleton of Louisville ia tli gueat of Mr Win M Sullell Mifii Elian Hrowii returned Tuesday Uiinilinirom a visit to LouUvillo Gen IX C Huoll of Mulilniliury county wnst in iho city the tirgt of iho wetk I 1 visiting Mihf Todd Saflell Mrs II Clay Sale of Louisville IN In j fll R Staph and Fancy Groceries COUNTRY PRODUCC WIHES LIQUORS fiC Ivy Uroiiduny one door wi etof Ann Frankfort The Worlds Greatest Instruments Cliickerincj Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos son C Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organ Ma- - It it 1 rr DRILLED Afients for the 11 11 V fh h B 1 A f 1 8 I 1 I V 4 t t fCj t Ifift of tho uhovc uhiohin o lin ij for 21 wnrt I ivin convinced atu tliu verj oht iimile Everything And leap everything unually kept ia a firbt coaj cstsMihment of thid kind pertaining to muaic to ho found hero 1 2 3D Fourth Avonuo I ATJIjIDS soli uisvilk KFNTUCKV RAIN DRILL the TRADE ENGINE OLIVER Vvatl CHILLED ILOW THRESHING MACHINES CHAMPION MOWER AND REAPER We nlso have line of R WATSON V IJROS WAGONS iigM for m M iiiiiiMiMiWIWllMIW Wfti-vii- 3 WEEKLY 110UNMB0UT PRANK FORT MAV 29 1880 LARGEST CI1EIUT1II III CUT AND COUNTY The Stole entered upon its eighty ninth year Tuesday - The mercury dropped down to 50 during Wednesday night - The Episcopal Sunday school is picniciug at Lake Park to day South Frankfort could not luxury of a barber shop n fiord the Mr W R Bacon is erecting a frame cot mission Sunday school was organized at Lecstown last Sunday Mr J W Pruett tage on Cross street South Frankfort adjoinwas elected Superintendent and Mr 11 K ing the property of Mr John Cain McClure Assistant Forty three pupils were Rev J W McOarvev delivered his cele- in attendance I jrnleil lecture on Palestine at Major Hall A gentleman living in the Antioch last night before an appreciative audience neighborhood has a horse with five feet Master Howard Gray son of John T The fifth foot is attached to one of its hind Gray Esq of this city received the medal legs just above the fetlock and does not offered by the Superintendent of Kentucky reach quite to the ground Military Institute for proficiency in mathe The Democrats of this county will meet matics at the examination of pupils at that This young man has in convention at the court house this after institution this week never been beaten for an honor at any noon at 2 oclock to elect delegates to the State Convention which meets at Lexington school he has ever attended having taken the first grand honor at the public bchool on the 17th of this mouth A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1S Photographic Studio T M4 Wnt Market St bet W BHA fourth uml Fifth LU1JSV1LLE IY Claudent 5 THE CLAUDEMT asBxeat THE AV h The officiating minister Rev Dr J M Lewis met them at the altar and after a beautiful ceiemony pronounced them Leaving the church by the man and wife with left aisle the bridal party repaired to the fort Drydens world renowned and onlv origi- residence of the groom in Belle Point Messrs W A Gaines A Co have pur wliopo tln rilutivck ntiil n fiiv triiMiila m chased of Joe and Sol Warren their house nal Little Four Minstrels will appear for the down to an elegant supper and lot on Cross street South Side for second time at Major Hall one night next The bride looked lovely in an elegant week Those who saw this troupe a week SI 000 changeable silk dress with mignionette and or so ago know that a rich treat is in store A fine oil painting of Mr Dan Swigerts for those who have never witnessed their blue brocaded overdrew trimmed with lace famous colt Hindoo has been on exhibi- performance The simple announcement and a cream colored satin hat with scarlet The room looked unusuallvhand tion in the show window of J it J Swigeri of the entertainment is sufficient to secure a flowers some in a suit of black this week full house It was the unanimous verdict of the At a meeting of the directors of the ladies Mr Peter C Sower has fitted up in elepresent that it was a pretty wedding gant style a Indies ice cream saloon in the Frankfort and Lewis Ferry Turnpike The uewlv wedded couple verv sensiblv second storv of his stone front confectionery Company held at the office of Messrs concluded not to take a trip and have Hatohitt iVj Ziegler Monday aternoon it settled down to housekeeping in the home on Main street was resolved to throw open the toll gate on he had provided in Belle Point where it is Frankfort Cummnndery No 4 Knights that road just beyond the city limits for the earnest wish of their hot of friends Templar will meet in called session next free travel on Sunday in order to allow lliev mav live ong and happily together Tues dny evening at 8 oclock for work in those who may wish to ride down to Lees the K T degree town to church or Sunday school to do so LOCAL NOTICES without cost Messrs W A Gaines A Co are erecting Special argtuns in Languedoc lace at A twelve inch terra cotta newer pipe has Gritliu Bros an addition to their cooper shop 30 by SO feet ami when completed fifteen more been laid on South Washington street In a letter from Lexington Ky reccivi d Mr Pat Horagan bv Miles V Son ordering their Patent flour from Main to the river hands will be employed has the contract and the work has been this expression is used It comes high but will have it Similar expres- last Moiidnyt Ilie new Smith Side livery stable is one pu hed forward rapidly since simis ure received iiniiv irom au nouns nt ill i III t tat fiAimlntn in tlki Ulllt iriTvll fi uiiiiL iiliuiiII c in itll IiiiIiii l in I llin kll w I II M HI lllliQl VjlMIIIMWll III IMUHVII l VII IMIl LiVllltV ill V tilt Ull l tlVI l Oil VUI llll tlltll li M Morris the proprietor has a nice lot of work was cotiupleted yetenlay afternoon jti rol horses and buggies for hire at popular which is a much shorter tune man An immense stock of fans and parnsoln prices and is naid to be the Ujest feeder in any similar work has roiitiired in thic III II U VvvvlviUVUl i fj ji ii iuw jjiiwi a ui vil nun I Frankfort city for gome time Bro Â¬ Â¬ of Bridgeport has The weather was cool enough Tuesday rented the residence of Mr M E Jett in and Wednesday to make tires and overcoats South Frankfort and will remove to this city Frankfort will then be well supplied comfortable with doctors as he will make the fourteenth Mr John W Payne has erected a hand member of the profession residing here pome veranda in front of his residence on A tobacco chewer in this city undertook Conway street South Frankfort to quit chewing by using Langs Plugs Mr Jas W IleHner is building an ad but carried a plug of the weed in his pocket dition to his residence on the corner of also After trying the antidote for some Broad wav and Washington streets he mixed a little of the narcotic with time i- tit and in the course of a week or two he Messrs II B Phvthian and Russell JSnecd have withdrawn from the race for concluded that Langs Plug was a first rate Marshal and deputy of the city of Frank- thing for boys to learn to chew tobacco oclock in this citv six vears in succession commencement exercises of the The Railroad Commission has been in College of the Bible of Kentucky UniverPence French session in this city this week sity at Lexington takes place next Tues The Baptist Church was filled to its Mr C Q Wright of We are under obligations to Mr R W day the 8th inet utmost Thursday afternoon with a large this county is among the graduates Lawler for lnte Colorado papers assemblage of ladies and gentlemen who If you are indebted to the estate of the had gathered to witness the marriage of Col Ed Conner made a rousing speech late John 11 Graham the executrix would one of the cleverest and most popular at the Greenback convention Monday If you have gentlemen of this vicinity Judge William like for you to call and settle A suflicient amount has been subscribed a claim against the estate prove it and pre- L Pimno of Belle Point and Miss Sallio J and the Leestown Church will be built Read the advertise- C Irench the accomplished daughter of sent it for settlement ment in another column Wm French Esq of this city which Mr W J Chiiui is putting in a new took place at half past five O Clock on that coal scale the old one having letdown Elections for school trustees will be evenili held in the various districts of the county tolead A former Kraukfrnt boy will shortly Ihe pulpit space was decorated with day In the Belle Point district there are rare and ncautitui nowers ami loiiagei to the altar one of Bridgeports daughter four candidates viz John W Cox Geo plants which in the mellow light of the Rev Ben Deeving will preach at Belle W Reock Carter Hale and Ed Redman gas the church being darkened presented Point Chapel to morrow afternoon at four The contest will be livelv an enchanting aspect The Â¬ SCARF llW HNl JIIIlK MADE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives its namo from the Latin Ctaudio to draw together 0wrlnK t0 thc ingenious construction of the shield when adjusted to the wearer the round corners draw inward conforming In Its graceful outlines to the neck and chest Examlno carefully for the Pntent Stamp on the back of each Scarf None others arc -cnulne Forsaicat I CEUTGHEE IVIIIV STASKS Dr U V Williams Although there was a large crowd in attendance the ushers succeeded in making eery one comfortable and at the hour appointed the happy pair arrived entering the church at the right aisle preceded by the ushers in the following order Messrs Logan McKee ami John L Sneed Jos B Lewis and II How Wateon while Prof Wayland Graham presided at the organ which gave forth to his touch its sweetest notes STREET -o r r BEST Iff THE WOULD t -- Hs3 i lip Â¬ COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR SLCCKSOK TO Â¬ Watson STOVES Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your Â¬ TmyAliE House Furnishing Gocds MAN TELS k GRATES Iron and lm Itooliiis GilltiMMllff fro iVc JOB WORK A STMLWH lpl I JM Oflieu - WAKIEUID Dealer in nil Kinds f 1 V I I I I - - I I hi I i vlnnrnrr waotuap ivvnug rrtwtus Laths Shingles c prjn rwuu c j iil v --- iv-MUU i rr I jjtu niy rr t V -- near It illroml Ilririy fir r n 9 t xr a i j -- iaiW - r KMiSkftf ftw -- WU iSiiWW w 5 WEEKLY fiOUNDABOUT coimncnccment exercise of Ken tucky Kclectic Institute will take place at the pcltool building in South Frankfort Plie Â¬ next Thumlay c veinnjr m party of German atone masons em Â¬ ployed on the new warehouse at the distillery of- - Messrs Labrot A Graham on Glenns creek started to come to town together Saturday afternoon and when near Mill ville two of them got into a fight when one cut the other in the throat inflicting The an ugly and nearly fatal wound wounded man was brought to this city and his wounds drensed by Dr V B Rodman and at last accounts was he doing well A Â¬ One of our young men was Been in a furniture store the other day pricing a Will you cradle Whats up pard rise and explain One of our bojs has suddenly changed his course from South ward to Lee ward Look out pard the Winn might not be favorable for such sudden changes Mr John Montague left Tuesday for Lexington where he will probably remain his will We know it was much to go and we hope to see him back soon They were talking of pets and he said he thought little goslings were nice pets Yes she replied they were so cute Vou know birds of a feather will flock HiroKTiu together -- JESTEYCO ILLUSTRATED ikw 8 THE Catalogues SENT FREE Most Extensive mmmimMwmf Manufactory REED ORGANS m the Cove Hill The cold spell was not expected so soon Another rain which made the farmers feel good World m The first of last week a grocer of this city was before the police court for telling whisky on Sunday a number of witnesses were summoned to testify against him and Laet AVednesdav he confessed judgment lie was anain before the police court charged with belling liquor without license and he proved by t he same witnesses summoned in the Sunday law case that he never sold any The question liquor and was discharged the grocer who arises which was mistaken conlessed to having sold on Sunday or the witne ses who swore he never sold at all This - lather a mixed up case Perhapi the moot court might throw some light on it i- POWER Combined with Alice Stone was visiting in our vicinity last week Quite an attraction down on Tiger for town gents What is it Mr Zack Church of Elkhorn visits Tiirer every now and then Miss Dora Sullivan from near Peaks Mill is visiting Miss Annie Church We would like to have another fishing party Wont some one make a start Miss Jessie Bell of Frankfort made Miss Nora Church a short visit last week Victory The Tiger reporter has about quit The country is too dry to give him Miss news Purity of Tone WIH8M MlliiBMBHili M Durability AND Finish THESE ORGANS ARE SP K MYALED k- - Dr S F Smith wa riding a young horse near the Barrel Factory in Belle Point Thursday morning when the 9 oclock ex press train from Louisville came up As f uon as the horse heard the noise he began to back and after going some dUtance wound up by falling over the s ide of a small bridge across the rpad alighting six feef be low on his back with his feet up in the air in which position he remained until the Doctor who had succeeded in jumping off on the bridge as he fell over came down and set him up all right The horse was ludly hhook up and the doctor had a little linger sprained but the trip to see a patient was made all the same Â¬ Â¬ We learn that Tiger will have a grocery More news for located at Hicks shop fcb 21 6m Reporter Miss Maggie Church from Excelsior Institute was on a short visit to her parents last week In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is nt DKALKB IK Mr Bud Egbert is a frequent visitor in the neighborhood just below here What All Ends and Meals is the attraction Bud Who have just received a mammoth stock of The school at Churchs school house is drawing to n close and a grand time is St Clair St near Wooden Bridge looked for at the last day Which they ofTcr at prices to suit everybody Thoy keen none but the very best and guarantee Mr James Green was in our vicinity ivcry article to bo just as represented and Full FRANKFORT last week looking as pleasant as ever Weight in overy instance A fnll line of Something is pleasing him Plug Moats of nil kinds delivered to any part of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tho city free of charge Give mo a call BRATTLEBORO VT BEST PLACE JM STEPHENS Gos m F V Gray M CHOICE GROCERIES i 1Y I Bridgeport One dav la t week a young man by the name of Thomas Tooley living in the edge JB I4 Miss Cora Harrod of Shelby county who Strings for Pinno Violin Violoncello Guitar A Banjo Ac lias iecn visiting her uncle Mr J II ways on hand full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ Ordors for Shoot musio solicited Reddish has returned home Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Whites School House Mrs Dr Stout and her two little children Publishers Prices Now Music received month- Â¬ Miss Lula and Master Johnnie who have ly Miss Lula Stephens left last Saturday lor a visit of several weeks to friends in beenliving at the Capital Hotel in Frank- ion luring me winter and spring have re Alton turned to their residence here Mr Matt Winn of Woodford county DKALKR IN Col Thos B spent Friday ami Saturday with friends in Wm S Stone Ford School Commissioner Warden of penitentiarv ami this neighborhood Capt E 0 Hawkins candidate for Sheriff Miss Jennie WiNon entertained the dispensed music with their usual skill on Willsollatthe very lowestfiguroB Club on Fiiday night of last week Friday night of last week to a large num Scial t mi she did it handnomelv ber of ladies and gentlemen Bvu Â¬ of Shelby near the Franklin line swapped hordes with a stranger giving him nine dol lar to boot A few days after a man living Henry in the neighborhood of Lock port county came up and claimed the horse Tooley had in his possession and arrested hiiii on the charge of having stolen it While on the road to Lockport under arrest Tooley saw the horse he had swapped the stranger running loose in a lot some distance from the road and so informed the officer who without allowing him to go near the hor e required him to describe it which he did so minutely that he was acquitted at the examining trial the next day Following up the clue furni lied by the horse formerly owned by Tooley the officers succeeded in arresting a patty supposed to be the thief Â¬ Plenty of rain Wheat crop made Farmers are rejoicing Planting corn is still going on One moro rain will make the oats CANNED GOODS Wooden and Stone Ware And COAL G COAL B everything usually kept in a y pijr Tryour 80 contTcaand choice brands of Colfeo Bi st Fresh Oysters always on hand jan 15 tf MILCH COWS FOR SALE I OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale MACKL1N at first supposed Prof Josiah II on last Monday Tobacco plants are not so scarce as was Shinns school closed I have ten good Milch Cows five of which arc fresh which I will sell cheap tor cash 51 LastSaturday was a great day for setting out tobacco and other plants On the 18th ult to the wife of James Wilson Esq a daughter Born K A tf JOHN KIERNAN t r W H AVERILL Post Office LA ltd K STOCK OV John Carter and Albert Kelly colored Opposite started tor iuinsas last Thursday Music Jenkins Miss A Hone Wiggs a charming voung lady of Ilardinsville is visiting Miss Kate LARGEST Frankfort Ky LANDHETHS GARDEN SEED3 In Bulk and in Papers AT and Musical Goods BESTASSDHTWIENT IN THE CITY LcCoinptos South Frankfort Drug Store W J CHINE ALL KINDS OF COAL TYPE 10S Vine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH IVIIAJXJUIS FOUNUItY Ohio Â¬ FOR CASH JOHNSON the ubovc IouiHlrjr TJio Tyix on which Dili pupvr la ISu mintod i frotu v iytyK