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The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY NUMBER 38 Volume hi The Tale of a Oat For tho Roundabout FRANKFORT KY Playing Boss A JUNE 12 1880 - Lot others sing of loftier themes Of purling brooks uml winding streams And with poetic firo awako High sounding strains on moor and brnko But T to sorrows snd refrain Would sweep my luto this once again And with a tender touoh impart My own sad throbs to every heart But gentlo loving calmscrono oer had scon Tis of a purring puss Id sing No mewing prowling thieving thing A lovlior puss none Her virtues could not turn aside The fateful blow of deaths dark tido While walking out one gloomy night As was her custom in good plight Some heartless dogs a thieving pack Going their lounds fell on her track And oer she had time to explain They pounced on her with might and main And bit and chawed and chawed and bit Until shed got tho worst of it But all her virtues could not sato The stern decree of tyrant fate t knotted and combined locks cat fashion when she washes her face posed ourself in a graceful writing attitude and begun making phonetic characters at a rapid rate And oer tho morning dawned again Are the gentlemen in she said as she She lay upon tho cold ground slain stood in the doorway sweetly smiling long and fit them well She fit them And vowed her life- shed dearly sell aim me lairesc ueing mat eer our eyes naught avail had beheld so we thought at the moment not a theatre not a circus not a concert But claws and teeth could Against such odds Her last sad wail We assured her that they were and bade her not a festival not a free ticket to anything Sho broathed out on tho passing galo enter and be seated But she remained No one has sent us a free drink a free And all who heard it must agree It was a sad standing and said where are they In cigar or a vegetable curiosity of any kind a very crest fallen manner we explained that When we edit this paper again we want Picnics will booh be all the rage the proprietors were absent this week and a week when there will be plenty of theatres We dont want any free we were in charge and could attend to any circuses etc Kill the howling South Side dogs drinks or cigars but if any pretty young business she might have with the oflice Jim she said turning to a diminutive lady wants to send us a boquet it will be The streets and alloys need cleaning colored boy standing in the background gladly received There is great danger in bathing in the with a huge waiter upon his head take Sunday School Reports Sore eyes result that ice cream and cake over and give it to river at this season from it Johnston Todd with my compliments and Report of the Christian Sundav school give that largest boipiet to Logan MeKee Number of officers teachers and pu 201 Charity Lodge No 3 U B 0 F will with my regards and she left our presence pils enrolled Mav 1st 173 celebrate its seventeenth auniverpary in without another word Then it was as we Highest attendance during month 152 Lowest attendance during month this city next Thursday sadly watched that large waiter of edibles Average attendance during month 166 and flowers going across the street to two Teachers absent during mouth 4 The drowning Tuesday is another warning S3 15 Average collection during month to mothers who allow their children to good looking young men that we thought New scholars received during month 17 her positively ugly play about the river 4S Visitors during month We picked up our paper- - once more m Teachers Meeting every Friday evening There is some prospect of having some wondering what it was in our appearance Hour of holding Sunday School 9J a m Visitors to the school always welcome the river this summer that denoted that we were not a gentleman fine excursions up Lri A Owkx Secy The S V Pence will do the work and not fond of ice cream and flowers We Report of the Episcopal Sunday school tried to drown our sorrow by reading an Number of otlieers teachers ami pu will be run from this account of a little boy who An excursion train had died from 181 pils enrolled May 1st Fare eating too much ice cream and cake city to Indianapolis Ind July 3d at a Highest attendance during month 121 for round trip 4 25 to Louisville and re- - birthday dinner and had about succeeded Lowest attendance during month 96 7r tume 115 Average attendance during month when a stout colored woman with a large 7 absent during month basket on her arm the top of which was Teachers collection during 82 35 month Average South Frankfort is a lovely place ami covered over with a snow white cloth en New scholars received during month o quite a favorite resort for evening walks is de boss in 10 tered and asked We Visitors during month But it is a pity that it should be infested Hour of holding Sunday school 1V a m thought we would play it sharp and replied with howling snarling snapping curs that Visitors cordially leceived no but he would be in directly that she Joux X IIitcihsox Secy scream and yelp at every passer by could leave anything she might have for him Report of the Methodist Suudav school The temperance people of Kentucky will and we would deliver it as soon as he came Number of otticers teachers ami pu- Ill jea wait Is come artor ails enrolled May 1st hold a State Mass Convention at Park She said 120 104 imd IlTghest attendance during month Hill Camp Ground commencing July I3th dal little bill he owes me fur washin 80 and continuing several days Park Hill is a she seated herself in a way that meant Lowest attendancv during month Average attendance during month lovely place situated on the Licking river she had come after that little bill and Teachers absent during month 6 at the crossing of the Lexington and Mays was going to wait for it Wo paid it ami Average collection during month 0 90 ville railroad It is expected to be the went down anil locked the door concluding New scholars received during month 37 largest temperance gathering ever assembled that if we were cut out for an editor we Visitors during month J our of holding Sunday School 2 i m in the State The most prominent speakers were spoiled in the cutting and twas no use Visitors always welcome trying to make things fit us in the United States will be present Wkslkv Wriuht Secy Â¬ 1 Â¬ Thet miss Alviry gones Torakcns Wcr to our violation of the law The law applies as hous thiss Weak N 0 It We thanked the s b and told him we much to one person as to another would gladly make the announcement What do our city dads think of having We turned to our morning paper and were the crosssing over Main street in front of trying to solve the Chicago problem when the post office raised It needs it badly we heard the rustling of female garments upon the steps We hastily smoothed our Bro kindly furnish a seat McClnre We were sitting in our office the other wharf yesterday morning thinking how nice it was to be boss that was before we needed cop Messrs J W Payne and Chap Todd and wondering how long before the editors have occupied their new residences South weekly offerings would put in an nppearance Side this week when there came a gentle tapping at our Mr B F Meek is repainting and other investigation it Upon othce door proved to be a small boy with a note for wise improving the appearance of his jewelry store on Main street the editor It read thus Mr odctur pise Put it in yor nox papur Fast riding on the sreets of the city is a Â¬ den of young minks was raided and destroyed by some boys at Ilerndons 3STOTTOE All persons having claims against tho estate Graham are hereby notified to present same properly proven for payment and nil persons owing said estate must come promptly and sottlc to avoid litigation M E GRAHAM Ailniinrtratric of John It Â¬ Juvb 1st G 18S0 in G GltAILMI DKAIjRRS CO in Staple and Fancy Groceries LIQUORS C Broadway one door west of Ann Frankfort Ky COUNTRY PnODUCE WINES DuT T Ukadpouds Cure for Rheumatism Gout and Neuralgia This is not a nostrum but i preparation compounded by an experi Â¬ enced physician with a view to the cure of the above complaints To any who are suffering we offer this remedy a a sure cure and enn furnish the most reliable under their awning for country girls to sit sons who haveued it andtestimonials from per- Â¬ been relieved Price while they eat their lunch of ginger bread fifty cents por bottle Further information giv- Â¬ en by tho solo proprietor Dr T T Uradtord and peanuts Augusta Ky For salo by V II Averill cruiiKiim uy jonn u farK A Sons whole- Nevermore do we boys want to take salo agents Cincinnati 0 febill bm the place of the bosses Here we have been editing this paper a whole week and ICE ICE I will doliver pure Crystal Ice at my residence Capt Joins residence or in any part of tho city at ono cent per pound May oo tf PHILIP II JOIN The Worlds Greatest Instruments Chickering Pianos Gablcr Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma Â¬ son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs 165 of tho above which in selling for 26 years I am convinced are tho very best made Everything pertaining to music to bo found here 3 3D Fourth Avenue Louisville solo agent for all PiLTJIjDS SEW PLANING MILL J M WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First Class Pinning Mill Is now propared to furnish all kinds of k floors Blinds Frames ALSO Molding Scroll Work Stair Work Mav 13 tf Turning Gotten out in tho Bost Style ATJOTiowBBaiira i Having had a number of years experience at the business I olTer my servicos to tho citizens of Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell stock on tho stroet household goods or do gen eral farm auctioneering Ordors left at the store of Mr V Borborieh or tho stable of Dan llirs cock will rocoivc prompt attention Charges moderate J J PETERSON Â¬ HU tf F SMITH M D Physician and Surgeon S Office and AVjtvv Mansion House JloiA Clair Strut -- s 1C Apr2ti ly i ttiw 1 JttMt l i X i WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office at Frnnkfort Kentucky ax second class mailable matter glaum iiuoKinv BUCKLEY avo a mvis LEWIS Editcrs prc axid FRANK TOUT JUNE 12 1880 If your KorxDABotT is marked first with n red on tho it indicates that your subscription has exoired and must be renewed before yon receive another paper X The editors proprietors and publishers n m v i of the HorxoAHouT have gone away some are junketinj about tlie country with the press gang and some have turned inquisi- Â¬ tive lacks goins about asking people all Is full of all the latest novelties manner of foolish questions such as how ioo Different Styles of Oriental Novelty Trimmings where did 25 New Styles of Brocaded and Figured Silk old are you are you married 250 Pieces Plain and Bordered Lawn house are you a your father come from These goods will all be sold at old prices as they were bought before the advance etc and left us ofiice keeper or a loafer oralis to run this paper and we purpose to run it run it on high points We dont intend to hurt anybodys feelings we dont intend to show up contractors or tell any Is complete in every particular and I am offering great bargains in this line Give me a call manufacturer that he behaves naughty or and convince yourself that 1 am the flavors hi- - merchandise with rats Gentle who violate the Sunday Law bv men selling liquor or shop keepers who pull down their blinds unlock their doors and sell their goods and wares on the Sabbath dav ate not worthy of our notice and we We are not pa them by without a word Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky going to intimate that we have heard of men who retail rum without a retail license for if we did the Grand Jury would make us tell on them and then G J would tell on us and we would have to beuspon-f-ibl- e It might be fun for our readers ANNOUNCEMENTS HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF but we dont hanker after notoriety in that We will try to make an interesting way CITY MARSHAL paper without pitching in to anybody Vc nrc authorized to announce T1I05 J and if we fail we crave the indulgence of TODD us a cindiduto for re flection to tho office our friend- - and beg them to remember of Citv Marshal at the en uing August election that the editors chair is entirely too large 13IICI3 for u- - and that we do the best we can under the ciicum tances In South Frankfort on the 9th inst Mrs Maiiy P Eppbrson TO HE Â¬ Mr and Mrs Chas Ilaydon Louisville came up last Saturday and remained till Monday with friends in this city Mrs Agnes II McClurc will leave for Ilopkinsville next Wednesday to Hpend the summer with her daughter Mrs Walter Kelly Mrs Win McGinnis and her little daughter Stella left this week to visit She will be relatives in Pennsylvania absent several months Our enterprising Bridgeport correspodent Rug paid us a pleasant visit Thursday Always glad to sec our correspondents Call often Indies and gentlemen T B Demarec Grand Worthy Chief Templar of I 0 G T of Kentucky and editor of the Good Templars Advocatej spent several days in the city with friends this weelc Mrs George Buhr who was so unfortu- Â¬ nate as to have a limb broken in Louisville several weeks ago returned home this week but had to be carried from the car to a car- Â¬ riage not being able to walk John Milam and Charley McKee refuse They mourn as men to be comforted Cheer up boys and look without hope at the beauty and loveliness all around you that may be won by a brave heart Miss Mary Wiard and her beautiful little sister Myra who have been visiting their aunt Mrs Walter Franklin South Side for several weeks returned to their home in Atlanta Ga last Saturday of Mr AV Mrs Herndon mother-in-lastricken with paralysis last J Chinn was week one side becoming entirely useless She has been very ill but hopes are enter tained of her ultimate recovery 1 Col Stoddard Johnston and wife Miss Mamie Johnston Mr D C Barrett Mks Florence Bairett and Mr George A Lewis and wife left this city Tin edit morning to attend the meeting of the Ken Â¬ tucky Press Association which met at Ash land Wednesday morning Â¬ AND STILL THEY COME I have this day received the Largest Stock of MILLINERY GOODS Ever brought to this city confuting of all the Latest Styles and Shapes of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats For Ladies Misses and Children MINGS Also a FULL LINE OF FLOWERS AND TRIM- RI IJ130NS in all the Latest Shades OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT OUR BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY SOX HARRIS Â¬ R K McCLURE BRO Boots z HATS BOOKS CAST Slb oes C AND STATIONERY Personal Mr Mi T M Turner left Thursday morning i for Virginia Ida Marshall in South Frankfort i- wife of It quite ill at her home In South Frankfort on the 5th inst to the V FOUND IN THE CITY WE BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH Hulett a son Mi Todd Saflell - visiting friends in the In Eminenco on tho 2d ins t by Elder W S Fall- - City for a few weeks Oiltner Josbpii TKkks E qof Eminence and Henry county Mr lien Mar hall of Loui ville is in Miss Nanmk Has k kit of the city spending a few days In Eminence on the 3d ins by Elder V S M D of X w Campiik Giltner Aiiikkt Mr Burt Rodman of Rook Island 111 York and Miss Ukttik Coluian of Heno is vi itinc relative- - in the city county Wm Lonr of Xa hville Tenn wa Â¬ Mr NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS in the city the fltst of the week 1 MARKIED rfirwEN DRILLED SELL AS LOW AS TECS LOWEST car Agricultural Implements and Field Seeds Broadway bet Lewis and Ann Sis FRANKFORT KY 1 Capt John II Todd U S A and wife are i itiiir lelative- - in thi- - city Mis es Rebecca Averill and Annie Bull are vi iting relatives in Danville Mr Dudley Watcon left for a vi it to ftiend- - in Richmond la t Samrlay Linda Triplett of thi- - county Mi relatne- - on the South Side Di B T Wood of Lehanon has heen vsMtii fiiends in the city thi- - week Mr- - Fiank Uujrhes left Monday afte iinnu tor Ml Sterling to vi it relatives Our e teemed and wot thy ouny friend Evimi- - has a position as night guard at the penitentiary Mi- - Mary Tutt of Ileiider on is spend in the miiiiiiuI with her sister Mrs John Marshull South Side 1 iirniiijsiild for tlio construction of the abutments wing walls and approaelie i of the new Helle Point bridge at the mouth 01 ienon will bi received by the undor igned until JUNE 19 1880 Bids to bo given for the work as Plans and sjMciiicutions by D M Wood Â¬ whole son Superinti ndent cm be seen at tho otlico of The oiniiii sioiiors re ervo tlio Uroekett J Jbuid with good to 10 uct any or nil bids rilit eeunti will be lequiiol of the successful bid II A THOMSON der Spnlnil 11 -- S M 1 P FitAMvFOttT MiiiOXAU foHwiWoiirnr Kv June 7 ISSO INrflEV I mm ii v r BRUAULAOi STRAYED OR STOLEN Heifer two j cars old A linht roan Last mun at J iu tohiii- ns jrute and very fat m LoiiUvillu turnpike Friday evening luno 4 rt liberal icwaid will bo paid lor her return or tlimiks lor any information in regard to her Dm limn - Wuiic V Lcnts for the KENTUCKY OKAIN DKIM A OLIVER MOWER AND REAlEU MACHINES CHAMPION the TRADE ENCINE We also have a line of JOHN JENKINS Buggies Carriages axid Spring Wagons R WATSON UROS WAGONS UuidhiuCiut June 10 18S0 And keep everything usually kept in a first clasb establishment of thia kind fc NJ jjw VipW MtVflWi WifWBM M 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNKFORT JUNK LARGEST CIRCULATION IN CITY 2 Moonlight nights again A steamboat excursion up the river these m The Governors mansion is receiving n new shingle roof The Good Templars will meet nt theiir hall in Odd Fellows Temple nexiThurs 1 1980 pretty nights would pny Our lovely cemetery of resort on Sunday afternoons is a Photographic Studio l 1 WYBJRAITTS Wt Mtrk t im- Â¬ be several initiations portance brought before the meeting A Electricity will strike the next man that lull TO TEAVBLBRS attendance of the members is desired pokes his bend in at the door to inquire il On ami after April 28th 187U trains on tho L is hot enough for tn Mr S V Pences saw mill boat the C h It It will leave Frankfort daily Sundays this Kentucky River Accommodation made excepted as follows Mr Charles Ilaydon has sold his henuti a trial trip TltAlNS WEST up the river last Sunday aftei- 815 a tn ful residence on Third street South Fmnk- Â¬ noon and showed that phe could travel at No 4 Tioavo Frankfort 250 o m fort to Mr Chas C Furr for 3600 No 12 Leave Frankfort Quite a number of a good rate of speed TRAINS KAST boys took in the pleasure of this am iM Leave Frankfort No School commencements are being held men and 54 p in No 11 Lchvo Fmnkfort nil over the State and the usual number of free ride Tho 250 l M train will make eloso connec lawyers doctors etc are being turned out tion as formerly for Cincinnati There are ten saw mills in and near K P MtYAN Aicni Mr Nat Richardson has removed to Frankfort all of which are doing a rush Â¬ Flux is almost an epidemic in this ocality his handsome new brick cottage on the ing business There is room and natural j corner of Shelby and Campcbell streets advantages here for manufactories of all Blackberries and chigoes will be plentiful di kinds and we day is 1 111 COUNTY favorite place Mtfc vjiiiiik in uillii i w ii and business of iiiwunt i- St btt Fuurihaml Fifth ILoiLillLOUlSVlLLUJ n May 15 ff - KY TUB Claudent ltl r THC TIT0 61 CUUDSNT It AAYw T this vear South Frankfort hope the not far Hon Fountain Fox Bobbitt enlightened in Kentucky the barbarians of this vicinity with one of Cheek has been known to accomplish his characteristic speeches at the court house a great many things in this world It did The Public School will close its session Monday afternoon last Sunday night in the case of a yoini next week Frankfort is making rapid strides and gentleman of this city who asked a young Numerous weddings are in prospect So will soon be a city A city park custom lady if he could see her home and when house free bridge sheets named etc All she told him no went anvwav eay the gossipers Thev we need is to have the houses numbered parted as friends The mercury has been floating around Some of our citizens will have to celebrate in the nineties this week The Belle Point Chri tian Temperance the glorious Fourth in Owenton as they Cniou will hold a meeting at Belle Point Onr people are patiently waiting for that have been summoned to appear there on Chapel to morrow at four oclock p m Good park with Grata seats the first of July as witnesses in the Tom speakers will be present The President Buford case Mr Alex Robinon extends a cordial inThe Capital Gazette will appear daily on vitation to the people of Frankfort to be We wish it success ov about June 2lst Foresters meet in regular session next Let there b a large delegation evening at eight oclock An present Frankfort now has three young printers Wednesday election of officers will take place at that from this side of the river who are contemplating making lawyers of time and a full attendance of the members Two very lovely South Side damsels themselves is desired two among the loveliest of that realm of The trial of Tom Buford for the murder of loveh damsels have a system of calling in Judge Elliott will take place at Owen ton There is an ugly hole the floor cf the that thev call bock door calls They dont foot b rid ire on Conway street near the next month corner of Third South Side that should go around to the front door ring the bell -Squire John Jenkins of Bridgeport has be repaired before some one gets a limb and end their cards in on a silver waiter All they do is to g not a bit of it Read broken in it lost a light roan Durham heifer through the alley through the back yard his advertisement The enforcement ofxjthe Sunday Law into the kitchen and scream for each other Surely our like they wanted to see them and wanted Aunt Matilda Howard a colored woman seems to have been spasmodic living in Crawfish Bottom is one hundred highh intelligent City Council cannot mis- to bad and they generally succeed too Her youngest child is now construe the Gathright law The people years old Those dogs that howl all night in South of age demand its enforcement sixtv years Frankfort should receive the attention ot Ordinance section 7 says A ic uuiou of the old soldier- - of the war At a meeting of the McCreary Guards the police Any uerson who shall permit on hi of HI2 will take place at Paris on the Monday night the following commissioned premises within the city any loud aim W G Thompson frequent or continued 13th uf July They will be entertained officers were elected barking howling or liv the citizens of that eitv II B Phythian 1st Lieutenant velping of anv animal of the dog kind so Captain as to annoy and disturb any neighbors J L Price 2d Lieutenant shall for every twelve hours such annoy The attention of contractors is directed There are more beautiful drives around ance shall continue atter one days notice to the ndvertisincnt of the Coininissioners by the Marshal be of not of the Belle Point bridge which appears Frankfort than any place in the State exceeding ten d dlars liable to a tine in another column of this paper The majority of the eight pikes leading from the city are smooth as a lloor and LOCAL NOTICES A young lady of this city addnssed n the scenery cannot be surpassed A Cit dilating Library for sale at a barnote to Rev Mugs En Illtc when she South Frankfort is a flourishing part of gain Will sell whole library or sepaiate wauled him to call Another begins with volumes and will oiler our books for Jnkey my dear and the boys answer in the city A number of handsome residences until sidil Catalogue and price furnihsedrent on tire being built nice building lots are chang ipplna on to Mar hall A Meagher person ing hands mitt iiit outlook mi lis llllllll w Special bargains in Languedoc lace at The Court of Claims last Saturday growth and prosperity is quite favorable G nlli u Bros awarded the contract for the erection of an A number of grocery stores two liverv A nice stock of silk sun umbrellas at i iron inuigc across inc mourn o Jiennn cm i ji cumuli aiini Marshall k Meaghers to the King Iron Bridge and Manufacturing drug store are all doing a good In a letter ompauy of Cleveland Ohio It is to le business The one thing badly needed is bv Miles A from Lexington Ivy received Sou ordering their Patent flour IJD lea -- pan with n four fnot sidewalk A large bricu this expres ion is used first class dry goods store It comes high but and Mxteen lbot roadway and will l 11MII V I mull lk lln rtl MWII ttl 11Ullllll 111 HI UIII lllflll V the people will have it Similar expres M CI The approaches are to be con- - adanted tor that ihiiiim can hL- hml m sions are received daily from all points VJ i yJ --trucied at once and it ms expected to have reasonable terms and it is a matter ot Use their J E M and you will never re gret it them ready for the bridge by the lirst ol wonder that some live man has not dis An immense stock of fans and pnrasol September Mr D M Woodson will covered the bonanza there is in such an at unprecedentedlow prices ut Gritliu superintend the work enterprise and scooped it in ere this Bios Nearly every street in this city terminate at the river Â¬ 1 Â¬ tant when Frankfort will be the livest town mi This novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives In name from the Latin Claudia to draw together Owing to the Ingenious construction of the shield when adjusted to tho wearer the round corners draw Inward conforming In Its graceful outline to tho nock and chest Examine carefully for tho lntont Stump on the back of each Scarf None others ore genuine For sale at Mlm EVER CRUTCHER 3JA1I STARKS STREET Â¬ BEST IN THEW0RLD COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR sLCCK SUl TO Watson House Furnishing1 Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your STOVES TIN WAKE Gocds Â¬ MANTELS job wo inc a GRATES I j Iron anil Tin Roofing Uiillcrinir -- lirst-chis- snemn if c c 11 J Oflioe M WAKEFIELD lknler in all KmhIs i eo-tj-si- oi I I Â¬ it- - Â¬ Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shingles cc ujil near Kiilrnud llriljr Â¬ - FKAKFO Juu M ly 1 ri 1 Y D mmmwmmmmnmmwiauii nvmrnimr j- - 1 miMtmmmmmMmtmmttmm tfwiWS r -A- XL-Kr H W1SEKLY 110UKDAB0UT Peaches arc in the market Koll of honor of Dudley Institute for the i month ending June lth 1SS0 TIIOSi STANDING 98 AND AtlOVH Sallie Duvall Antoinette Lindsey Pelle Ilenylcy There is n young lady on the South Side Alma Scolield Katie Sproule who can auM up three columns of figures Minnie Williams AND IDSS THAN OS and play an organ at the same time and TIIOSi STANDING AH0V1I Bacon Blanton Sallie J3yms do both conectly Salina llatris Lonia Harris Ella Hutchison gallinippers Fayette Hewitt The annual return of the Annie Duvall In Walker Stephens t the wooden bridge has taken place si Pattie Williams Florie Williams a lew nights they vill swarm around the Mvda Ziniinerman gn ligits there by the billion The finder o a pearl nhell about af large as the end of a mans finger will be ruitahly rewarded by leaving the hi me at this office The shell was lost Monday Nannie Fithngh JESTEYCO ILLUSTRATED run Catalogues SENT FREE Most Extensive MmBmUKimf Manufactory OF REED ORGANS xtt Bridgeport nm ft Mulberries are ripe Miss Martha Crutcher is very ill Large strings of fish are caught daily in the creek While Capt San ford Goin was coming wedding conies off The down the river path from the ceuteten next Tuesday la i Sunday afternoon he lost his footing Will why do you go to Spencer so often mid fell ilMocatiug his right shoulder especially Mainly The excursion train which passed here Bruce why do you look so dejected She Thursday morning bound for Louisville will be back again had eleven coaches crowded with people Mr Ben Bradlev of Champagne 111 filled one of is visiting relatives near here Fiankfoit pleasuic seokeis them Mr A C Taylor who has been very sick for the past week is improving Mr Ben Marshall met with an accident Prof Shinn has added much to the ap Une of his hands in Louisville this week pearance of his residence by erecting a wa- - caught in the roller of a paper mill veranda cutting the extreme ends of two of his Mr James Russell has commenced buildfingers off ing his new residence Bridgeport will soon be as pretty as ever Buo Dr U V Williams has located in this city for the purpose of practicing his proIf ever household affections and loves His residence is on Cross street are graceful things they are graceful in the fusion The ties that bind the wealthy and poor between Conway and Steele South Side the proud to home may be forged on earth tne residence formerly occupel by Mr M but those which link the poor man to his Ji Jett humble hearth are of the truer metal and bear the stamp of heaven The man of Fighting is bad at best but when two high descent may love the halls and lands peivons jump on one poor little fellow we of his inheritance as a part of himself as Sometimes no trophies of his birth and power his associ- Â¬ feel like remonstrating ations with them are associations of damage is done beyond torn clothing or and wealth and triumph the poor pride mans adiing heads but the principle is bad all attachment to the tenement beholds which strangers have held before and may to- Â¬ the same morrow occupy again as a wort bier root Two little colored boys Ike and Jake struck deep into a purer soil II is house- Â¬ hold gods are of flesh and blood with no B mker weie playing on the pontoon or bridge at the mouth of Benson last Tues alloy of silver gold in preciou j stones he has no property but the affections of his day when lake accidently fell into the own heart and when they endear bare w iter and was drowned before assistance floors and walls despite of rags and toil and scanty fare that man lias his love of could reach him home from God and his rude hut becomes Tuere will be a dancing picnic in Mr R a solemn place Oh if those who rule the destinies of B Lewis woods on the Frankfort and nations would but remember this if they Flat Creek Turnpike just beyond Antioch would but think how hard it is for the very Church next Saturday 10th insi at which poor to have engendered in their hearts a jleudid time and good music is promised that love of home from which all domestic by the managers Messrs Peter Tpdyke virtues spring when they live in dense and qualid mas es social decency is lost No liquor will be or rather neverwhere and Henry Fineel found if they would but allowed on the grounds turn aside from the wide thoroughfares ami great houses and stiive to improve the The Gazette of last Thursday said that wretched dwellings in the by wayi w hereonly the nice young man and the devil were Poverty may walk many low roots would point more truly to running the Iioundaiiout otlice this week steeple that now the sky than the loftiest rears proudly up from Now Brother Ben you should have known the midst of guilt and crime and horrible This ollice was never disease to mock them by its contrast better than that In with such a nuisance as a devil hollow voices from work house hospital troubled and jail its truth is preached from dav to We are all nice young men at least that day and has been proclaimed for years is what the girls tell us Dickcns long-looked-for World IK POWER Combined with SBIiil fiilfHBIIHKHl Purity of Tone Durability AM j Finish THESE Â¬ ORGANS AltC Â¬ UNRIVALED Â¬ BRATTLEBORO VT BEST PLACE J M- STEPHENS fib 21 6ui - In Frnnkfort to buy GROCERIES is at DKATKR IK P V Gray Who have Oos mammoth stock oi 10 just received n Tresh ani Salt Meats I of All Kinds CHOICE G ROCJEirfclES aim cvoryoouy Thoy keep none but the vory best ami guarantee every article to bo just as represented and Full A fnll line of Wkioht in every instance wniciiinoy oiior ai prices c oi Clair o near Women jBruye FR VNIilTORT t io KV part of Â¬ STAPLE AND FANfY GROCERIES O A JNT N IS 13 Cr O O D S Moats of all kinds delivered to any Give mo a call city freo of charge Wooden and Stone Ware And COAL G COAL B grocery everything usually kept in a first class fisi-- Try our 80 contTcaand choice brands of Coffee Best Fresh Oysters always on hand OF COAL OX A LL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale MACKLIN jm 1ft tf MILCH COWS FOR SALE I -- I have ten good Milch Cows five of which arc froch which 1 will sell cheap lor cash 51 tf JOHN KIERNAN W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky IROR STOCK OT LANDKKTirS GARDEN SEEDS In Bulk and in Papers A Music and Musical Goods URBESTft BESTASSDRTMEHT IN THE AT LeCoinptes South Frankfort Drug Store CITY Our ladies find great pleasure in covering fans and some of them display a great deal of taste and skill in doing that kind of A small fan nicely covered with work satin or Bilk of different hues is very pretty to look at but when you try to keep cool with them you find that they ttro more ornamental than netful They are too heavy too clumsy or too something any way there is no wind about them nuve aeriveu miicn tienent irom using in chronic con stipation John B Mooni Forest City Montana j Fellows Hypopliodpliites Danjo Ac A full lino of Instruction Books al- Â¬ ways on hand Ordors for Sheot inusic solicited Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Publishers Prices Now MubSc received month- iyj Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar PLANTS 100 FOR SALE W J OHINN ALL KINDS OF COAL Burmuda Swoot Potato Plants 25 oontB por Trophy and Acmo Tomato Plants 10 contB por dozon Geraniums 8 cents Verbenas 6 cents Other plants proportionately low May 8 tf U HNICOL CO FOR CASH - Willsol lattbe vory loweBtfiguree TYPE 108 Vine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH llZANJilalN 3TOUXD14Y Ohio JOHNSON Ttw Tyio on which this popvr la priotod la from the obovo Foundry Kn Ep j aht rtf-- fwti ili f il fr