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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -i ar maiMmimmBmaHmmmMmmnmmTWTimmwnmixriwri - v-y - rft jiMfjiik4iLj1 V The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi vp filpd from FRANKFORT KY the wharf with a hand of music and JUNE 19 1880 Number 39 r aH the city to the public echool where we were spent by most of the party in walking abou thn hnnt nfinnnnn worn firm met by a bevy of the young misses who the beautiful grounds and visiting the va Wn rnrrfnt flint nlir nnnPP IS RO limited nnu r tne air was rent witn c leers a were attached a beautiful button hole boquet to rious objects of interest and many attend that we cannot give a full description of n88j d comforUlble homes n03t of the each gentlemans coat After visiting the ed church and heard two able sermons bv i u t ti-- Frftnkfort party being located me recent meeting at the Hotel several departments of the school we were vr Lottreil of Bowling Green who Kentucky Press Association and will have Aldine Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock conducted across the street to the Congrega- Â¬ made the trip with us being one of the to content ourself with simply giving a the business meeting was held and the tional Church where an organ concert was editors of the Central Methodist brief outline of the main feature following officers of the Association elected given and Miss Kate Campbell a young In keeping up the custom of Frankfort On the morning of the 8th inst the for the ensuing year President Col J lady who had just returned from an eight people of going to the depot when the train members of the press from Louisville and Stoddard Johnston Kentucky Yeoman years sojourn in Europe for the purpose of comes in Sunday morning we were o the western part of the State arrived in Vice President K B Grahn Greenup perfecting her musical education favored fortunate as to meet our old friend W this city and we together with Col John- Â¬ Independent Secretary Thos G Stewart us with some beautiful songs Leav- Garing who will be remembered by many ston wife and daughter Mr D C Barrett Clark County Democrat Treasurer W B ing the church we witnessed a display of our readers as tho Grand Worthv Coun Mies Florence Barrett and Major Bedee Haldeman Courier Journal and then sat selor of the Good Templars of Kentucky G Allison by the Fire Department joined them at the depot and proceeded to Holland of the Eminence Constitutionalist down to a lunch prepared by the ladies of who several years ago delivered a number Lexington where we met the delegation was selected to deliver the annual address Ironton at Union Hall where we were of lectures in this city He has retire I from the northern and central parts of the at the next meeting and Mrs E D Potts bountifully supplied with all the delicacies of from the lecture field and is post master at At 3 oclock p m we took a of Lancaster the annual poem State the season not excepting the cheese and White Sulphur At night Although advanced in special train kindly furnished by the a public meeting was held at which an lemonade Speeches were made bv Gov years he looks as young as he did ten years Kentucky Central Railroad under the address of welcome was delivered by Judge Chns Anderson and Hon Green R Keller ago and seemed delighted to meet all tho charge of Mr Jas C Ernst General Ticket W C Ireland which was responded to by of our party and Capt Williams of Ironton Kentuckians and Passenger Agent of that road and Col Johnston At 945 Monday morning we turned our Judge W M Beckner and then we took leave of our Buckeye At Paris Millers- - delivered the annual proceeded to Maysville faces homeward address and Mrs friends and returned to Ashland Arriving at Huntington burg and Carlisle our numbers were In the afternoon many attended the races at 8 oclock we took the steamer Buckeye Nellie Marshall McAfee the poem At and by the time we reached Maysville 9 oclock Thursday morning we took the at Ashland Driving Park and enjoyed State and arrived at Maysville at 7 oclock we were more than a hundred strong themselves until six oclock when we Tuesday morning too late to take the train train on the Eastern Division of the Lex At Lexington there was no demonstration ington and Big Sandy Railroad and again took the Fleetwood and steamed five for Lexington and had to remain until the of any kind but at Paris where there was proceeded to the Coalton Coal Mines about miles up the river to Catlettsburg We afternoon Just after leaving Huntington a stoppage of twenty minutes the fire de fifteen miles from Ashland Here we were were met by a committee at the wharf and Gov Anderson in walking in the dark was partment was ordered out and gave a fine put into the small cars used in bringing escorted up into the city and after viewing so unfortunate as to fall down the -- teps of display while a string band discoursed coal from the mines and pulled into the the place we repaired to Morses Opera the steamer and break the little finger of sweet music from the balcony of the new drift part of the way by means of an end House where Col Laban T Moore wel his right hand and bruise himself so badly At Mil less wire rope driven by an engine and court house during the exhibition part comed us in a short speech and was re- as to have to stop at Catlettsburg for medifamous string band from of the way by mules lersburg Curriers When we reached Catletts The drift runs clear sponded to by Judge Beckner on the part cal attention Cincinnati which was there for the purpose through the hill a distance of a mile and of the Association After the exercises at burg a beautiful sight met the view a All of ol playing at a college commencement met half and we were taken the entire distance the hall an elegant supper was spread at the houses on the river front were bril- Â¬ us at the depot and favored us with some inspecting the mines as we proceeded by the the Alger House which was greatly enjoyed liantly illuminated and cannons were fired choice selections and at Carlisle a large light of the small miners lamps with which by all At 1030 p m the older portion in honor of our return crowd assembled to wish us a pleasant trip each gentleman had been furnished at the of the party returned to Ashland but the Leaving Maysville at 130 p m wo Blue entrance On the way to Maysville the young people remained to the hop given arrived at Lexington at 5 having parte Returning to the entrance we sat furnished the excursionists down to Grass Route with the greater portion of our partv at an elegant lunch which Mr John by the young men of Catlettsburg with fans and refreshments consisting of Means had caused to be spread on the side At 7 oclock Saturday morning we took Paris those from Louisville and Soithern All par sandwiches and iced champagne of the mountain and did ample justice to final leave of Ashland and proceeded to Kentucky taking the Kentucky Cential to took of the former and most of the gentle- the many good things before us Dr G Huntington West Virginia stopping at Cincinnati where they took the Short Line men and we are sorry to say 6ome of the W Wroten who was elected surgeon to the Catlettsburg for those who had attended the at night for Louisville ladies the latter Frankfort party prescribed a liberal sup- hop and at 10 oclock took the oars for The balance of the Frankfort pirty su At Maysville the Baldwin Guards with We were here ceeded in catching a pay car at Lexington ply of cheese and lemonade for his patients White Sulphur Springs a band of music met the train and escort and his directions were so willingly followed taken in charge by Major N II Hotchkiss and arrived home Tuesday night but not ed the editors through the principal streets that it required one waiter to keep a supply General Passenger Agent of the Chesapeake being at the hotel when they started wj to the Central Hotel carriages being fur got left and did not arrive until the neL Returning to Ash and Ohio Railroad who left nothing tin Hon Sprig Shack at our end of the table nished for the ladies done to make the trip pleasant in every par- morning Ashland Furnace and Norton Iron leford the Mayor delivered an address ol land the After passing through the valley Works were inspected and proved very in- ticular The boys wish to return thank- - tor welcome from the balcony of the hotel of the Guyan river to Scary Station where the compliments they have received on which was responded to by Col Johnston teresting These large establishments to- the first battle was fought in West Virginia their maiden effort at journalism last week ami then the party repaired to the dining gether with the Coalton mines are run by during the late war Gen Garfield com the same company and employ 800 hands They promise something belter during uio room where an elegant supper was spread At night Mr John Means gave a eception manding the Federal and Gen Jenkins the next press convention At each to which we did ample justice to the members of the press and citi- Confederate forces thence we proceeded up plate was placed a beautiful button hole the valleys of the Kanawha New and A Card boquet with a pin beside it giving evidence zens of Ashland at his residence which Greenbriar rivers viewing some of the of the presence of some of Maysville t wns an elegant affair grandest scenery on this continent and ar Â¬ Editor Roundabout Friday morning we took the steamer Why will not the paid city piliee prucct lovely daughters a few moments before rived at our destination at 8 oclock p in the ladies who complain of the gentlemen is kept by Messrs Simonds Sc Fleetwood and repaired to I ronton Ohio a As we The Central stepped from the train the first fa- chairs sitting and standing crowds on the McMurtry both of whom were for a short distance of four miles down the river At miliar face that greeted our eyes was that foot- - ays adjacent to theYeuirm office time connected with the Capital Hotel in the Sarah Furnace we disembarked ami of Dr C B Chinn of this county who chatting over matters smokin chewing and spitting tobacco their ditli lence a I this city after Mr F B McLean took were met by the Mayor of Ironton who wel wasspendinga few weeks in the mountains modesty requiring them to enss the tivi charge of it and they are making a first comed us in a neat speech which Col for his health or contract their garments t iVeo Johnston responded to and after inspecting cluss house of the Central After a little delay we were all comfort- boots At 1130 oclock p m the elegant new the Sarah Etna Grant and Bel font Fur ably located in cottages about the grounds The expenditure of brain piw rtnt r steamer the Bostona arrived and took the naces the Water Works the Iron and Steel and after a good supper in the mammoth or too severely in children otu i re t Works Belfont and Lawrence Iron Works dining room retired for tho night and had Â¬ party on board and conveyed them to Ash physical debilitv the nsi f l lli i v land where we arrived at 10 oclock Wed and Tyler Hoe Works we were driven in the most refreshintr sleep we had enjoyed pophnsphites exerts a siicitinry jiipv isceday morning The citizens met us at carriagea through the principal streets of since leaving home The next day was etlect in such cases 1 F Â¬ The PresB Gathering Â¬ 4 Jv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -r- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 11 f jjlbA WM WrwifffinifmiMiM 111 pWpfflKT te AV-- J WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT KntiTcrt at tho post nflico at Frankfort Kontuoky iu second clues mailable mutter Mrs Bettie Monroe is visiting her daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Green near Clarkaville Tenn Mrs Hebccca utiAuni iuckmv BUCKLEY 010 a rnwis LEWIS lE Editors ancL aTolisliers FRANKFORT JUNK 10 18S0 TERMS Tho WrKKiiY Rouniuhout is published every Saturday atono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six month1 50 cent three months 25 conts Monny may ho acnt by post ofiieo money order or relish red letter nl our rifk f33 NTotiec of Mnrriages Births and Dcntti incortod free of ehirsn Obitmrv notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates is marked on the first pane with a red X it indicate Hint If your HorNDAROLT your subscription lias exoirod and must lie renewed before you receive another paper Little IFarrv Green eldest child of J 0 Green the blind man who keeps the first toll qate on the Georgetown pike died Wednesdoy after an illness of three weeks He was a bright little fellow and the joy of his parents We sympathize with them in their sore bereavement Ohinn Julian The Christian Church was literally packed with people Wednesday night to witness the marriage of Dr Geo W Chinn of Bridgeport and Miss Jennie Julian of this county The pulpit was tastefully decorated with rare and beautiful plants and flowerp and over the space where the expectant bride and groom were to stand were suspended two floral pipes of peace Elder Geo Dars ie officiated in his hap piest style and Professor J 0 Matter pre sided at the organ with a grace and ease all his own and brought out its sweetest strains of music After the ceremony was performed a few invited guest were elegantly entertained at the residence of Mrs M J Gaines on Clinton street The best wishes of innumerable friends are entertained for the happiness and prosperity of the newly wedded couple Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ countv Wednesday to spend the summer Mrs J 0 Mnuer relumed Thursday afternoon from a visit to relatives in Ohio Mrs Orlando Wilson of Loijisville is visiting her aunt Mrs D C Crutcher in this city Miss Nannie Dawson left for her home in Munfbrdville Thursday afternoon to spend the summer Mrs J Stoddard Johnston and herdaugh ter Mi Mary are visiting friends at Staun ton Virginia Mis Georgia Bright of Eminence has been visiting the family of Judge Geo C Drane this week Messrs Wallace Egbert of Louisville and John Egbert of Massachusetts are viiting in the city Miss Gusmc Von Borries of Louisville is visiting fiiends in this city and will remain several weeks Mrs Ins F Meek and Miss Addie Meek returned from Fort Keough Montana Wednesday morning Mr Theodore Abbett of Philadelphia Penn is visiting his brother Rev V McD Abbett in Belle Point Dr C B Chinn has been spending several weeks at the White and Ked Sulphur Springs West Virginia Col Orlando Brown and wife left Wed nesday for the White Mountains where they will spend the summer Mr Tim Griffin left Thursday afternoon for Cleveland Ohio to visit the water cure in that city for his health Mrs Louisa A Moore and Miss Murium Window of Carrollton are the guests of Mrs W McD Abbett in Belle Point Elder George Darsie will leave next Mon day for Pennsylvania to spend his summer He will be absent till September vacation Mr Win E Day and bride nee Miss Mary Brown Hussell of Chicago Illinois have been visiting relatives iu the city thi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Barbour left for Fayette AND STILL THEY CO mt I have this day received the Largest Stock of MILLINERY GOODS Ever brought to this city consisting of all the Latest Styles and Shapes of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats For Ladies Misscs and Children MINGS Also a FULL LINE OF FLOWERS AND TRIM RIBBONS in all the Latest Shades OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTimT Is full of all the latest novelties ioo Different Styles of Oriental Novelty Trimmings 25 New Styles of Brocaded and Figured Silk 250 Pieces Plain and Bordered Lawn These goods will all be sold at old prices- as they were bought before the advance - OUR BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT Is complete in every paiticttlar and I am offering great bargains in this line and convince yourself that I am the Give me a call CHEAPEST MOUSE IN THE CITY SOXi I3CA32SS b Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky Â¬ J 1 il 4 MclsLIJRE v HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF week Win 0 Iiiddell formerly of this cit has been personating Sample Switchel in Ten Nijihls in a Bar room at Little Hock Ark this week Wills style is inimitable Mrs Emily Tubman and Mrs Louisa A Kenninjiham who have been spending life winter at Augusta Ga arrived in this city last Monday and will remain several oots HATS BOOKS Bz TO HE Czy L39 NoF e sdm Xo s tsa Vcaj g qe tm STATIONERY Â¬ months Col id thi- - weidv J Stoddard Johnston Mr D C Barrett and Miss Florence Barren returned Personal Tuesday evening from the meeting of the Pres Convention at Ashland and the ex MKs Fliza Green is visiting friends in cursion to White Sulphur Springs West Covington Vi mi iiia Dr W II Hall is visiting friends Mrs in Cynthiana At North Benson Church Sholby county on Col Krn nk S Owens of Mnysville was tho 10th int bv Kev J B Thurpltuv L V in the city yesterday IlrrfTT and Miss Nannie Poisokovk Miss Annie Kersey has gone home for the summer vaeation ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Katie Chinn of Shelby ville is visitCITY MARSHAL ing relatives iu the city Cadet Midchipinan Iluirli Hodman is visitWe arc nuthoriil to announce T1ICH J ing relumes in this city TODD as a cm IMito for re lection to tho office Mnrsdinl at the enduing Augut election J Newlon of the Midway Clippei of City was in the city erMerduy NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Miss Mary C Cromwell of Fayette coun Scaled iroinnl for the construction of tho tv is vWiini relatives in the city abutments wing walls and approaches of tho Misi Lucy Sayres has been in the Falls new Hullo Point brulgo at tho mouth ot Ufiison City this week visiting friends will bo received by tho undersigned until JUNE 19 1880 Bids to bo given for ih work ns a Judtre M H Cullen of the St Louis whole Plans and specification- by I M Wood Â¬ Central Law Journal has been in the city son Superintendent can bo scon at tho ollico of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - FOUND IN THE CITY WE BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH AND OAH SBIiXa AS LOW AS THE LOWEST J H BOWEN imWtmmw DRILLED CO Agricultural Implements and Field Seeds Broadway bet Lewis and Ann Sis FRANKFORT KY Hi I 1 IV I Uwh i mllhk u I J I 1 1 1 1 I I j- - ilr ill J JJillJ Ulli 1 1 111 J BROADCAST OLI VKR Miss Lucy Brown returned home yester day alt r an absence of several mouths She was accompanied by Mw Annie Huh of Cnluiiibu- - Ohio who will spend several weeks with relatives here Â¬ We are Agents for the KENTUCKY GRAIN DRILL the TRADE ENGINE The CominUsionurs resorvo tho Crookutt CHILLKD ILOW THRESHING MACHINES CHAMPION MOWER AND right to reject uny or nil bids Bond with good HKOS WAGONS We also have a line oi security will bo required of the successful bid W R WATSON II A THOMSON dor J0 REA PER TINSIJ3Y McDONAbD Cvminwiancrt Fkankkoiit Kv Juno 7 1880 S M P Buggies Carriages and Spring Wagons isaallj kept in a first ckus otablbhment of this kind And keep everything - x f WV W WXhpWWVGt PWWIPWWpwi m wW 5c r Wf a 4k A 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNK 19 1880 fisTJIllCy On IHITHi COOT TO TRAVELERS and nftor April 23th 1879 trains on tho L L II llwilllcavoFrankfortdaily Sundays C excepted as follows TltAtVS WK8T No No No No 4 12 9 11 Vjcavo Frankfort 815 a tn Zo 0 Leave Frinkfort TUUN3 IAflT om m m Loavo Franklort The 250 P M train will mnko oloao connec tion as formerlv for Cincinnati E I BRYAN Aunul Iovo Frnnkfort 5lip l n Â¬ The Uovernors mansion is being newly painted The State House dome has just received n new coat of paint o Mr M 1 Hyde the census enumerator LOCAL NOTICES for South Frankfort having conclmjeil hie Boys black luster conts lor 7o cents at work desires any who have accidentally Sol Harris Clothing House been omitted to notify him and he will call A Circulating Library for sale at a bar- Â¬ on them at tliwir residences gain Will sell whole library or separate volumes and will oiler our hook lor rent in attempting to Until sold Catalogue and price furnihscd on Miss Ruby Mackliu A Meagher cross Main street Wednesday morning in appliia on to Marshall Bovs Mohair coats for 0 cents at Sol front of a wagon IVII and came near heine In trying to hrenk Hairis Clothing House run over hy the teatn Special bargains in Languedoc lace at the fall she threw out her hnnd and her coming down upon them fractured Griffin Bnm weight A good coat for a boy for 2j cents at Sol one of the small hones of the right hand Harris Clothing House A nice stock of silk sun umbrellas at C Mastin of Woodford Mr John Marsha 11 te Meaghers county and Miss Cecil Vaughn of this Dusteis calico nlanaca and luster coats city were quietly married at the residence by the thousand at Sol Hairis Clothing of Major H T Stanton in South Frank- Â¬ House fort in the presence of a few friends Thurs Â¬ An immense stock of fans and parasols The couple left immediately day evening at unpreeedentidiv low prices at Griffin for their future home in Woodford county Bros Photographic Studio 1 WYBRAHTS 11 IV LOUISVlLLlfl M Mmkt St hit F urth and Fifth - iv fi- - KV TDEECE udenli 5T ThC laudcnt AA BEST MifS EVER Attention to Orders The McCreary Guards will have a full All pcroni hm ing claims against tho estntc The probabilities are that we will have a dress drill Monday night June 21st Mem of John It rtiliniii ore hciehy notified to pre--csume properly proven for payment and all free bridge next week hers will take notice and govern themselves person owing nul estate must come promptly This novel Scarf FOR GENTIYEIHEN derives It and settle touvuid litigation name from the Latin Claudio to draw together Mr Hobt W Imwler has our thanks fo- accordingly By order of M E GRAHAM Atlmititmtrir Owing to the Ingenious construction of the shield W G THOMPSON liate files of Denver Col papers Juvrc 1st ISS0 when adjusted to tho wearer the round corners draw lm nt o NOTIOJE Captain Commanding Our correspondents will greatly oblige us by writing on one side of the paper onlv vatolwower has been erected on the northeast corner of the penitentiary walls A O Col G J W Hunt Reynolds has a four tiKAHAU DKUEHS IX CO new Our correspondents will please bear in mind that we cannot advertise free ol charge in this paper Cincinnati linn has bought all the bonds recently issued by the city of Frank fort for which they paid 1051 50 cash A Â¬ legged chicken preserved in alcohol which Ti was hatched on his farm this vear lived five days and was as lively a chicken C0UH7RY PRODUCE WINES LIQUORS SC dining that period as ever scratched Brondwny one door west of Ann Frnnkfort Ky The two extra legs were not quite dirt long enough to reach to the ground when The Worlds Greatest Instruments the little chick was standing but in walk- Â¬ Pianos Gabter ing the legs were kept in motiotHike the flickering Hamlin Organs Pianos Kurlunan Pianos Ma Â¬ son S Smiths American Organs two legs proper Inward conforming In Its graceful outlines to the neck and chest Examine carefully for the lntont Stamp on the back of each Scarf None others are genuine For sale at k Staple and Fancy Groceries CSUTCHER MAIN STAEKS Tl iTKT SI- BEST IN THE WOULD I The person who lot a paper of new brass stair rod fastenings can get them by calling at this oHiee and paying for this notice The grocery store near the tollgate on the Georgetown pike two miles east of the city was destroyed by fire on Thursday Loss about 1200 night ol lat week It was supposed to be the work of an incendiary Â¬ Mr James Grimes who lives on the Lawreneeburg pike about a mile from the city limit and a well known character in this community started to walk into town yesterday morning and when in front of Mr Nicholas Flynns residence at the old base ball grounds he fell dead in the road Coroner McEwan was notified and sum- Â¬ moned a jury who after full examination returned a verdict of death from neuralgia of the heart llif Loni sole ugt for nl1 of tho above which in selling for 2ti yinrs I am onvinecd are the vct heat in ul Everything pcrtnining to mupic to he found hero PAT7LDS Fourth Avenue villc nt ID j 1 iijir IE iti ji F SMITH M D Physician and Surgeon S Office and Residence Afansioit House Block St Clair Street FRANKFORT lvY Apr2G ly I NEW PLANING MILL Next Thursday is the regular meeting of Terrible Accident Frankfurt Council No 7 Royal Templars of Temperance and as the officers for Mr G Finnie Graham of this city who the ensuing hx months will be elected at has for some time been employed as a bridge Having recently udded to his Ejtahlihment a that time a full attendance of the member builder on the Louisville and Nashville First Class Planing Mill Railroad and its branches was nt work is requested now prepared to furnish all hinds of Is with a number of others on a bridge near The residence of Mr W O Parker in Makers Station on the St Louis and South F Molding South Frankfort was entered by a burglar eastern Road about 10 oclock Wednesday hint Saturday night the family being from morning when a train came on the bridge home at the time As nothing of value was before they were aware of its presence Scroll Work Stair Work Turning mi sed it is -- up posed he was frightened The workmen had to run for their lives Gotten out in the llot Style Mny 15 tf away before he had a chance to search the and Mr Graham stumbling fell on the house track and before he could get out of the The SherifV of Fayette county arrived in way the engine passed over him cutting of this city Wednesday afternoon with nineteen both hands and the right foot The engine 3 vS JIG3 E was reversed and before it could be stopped prUonera for the penitentiary One of T will deliver ji le ire Crystal lee ntiuy residence them a colored lad sixteen years old hn lacked over him cutting off the risrht dipt Joins roM Jpitce or in any part of tho above the knee He lived until 2 oclock Iitv six fingere on each hand ha served two it one ci iit poi pound May 22 tf PHILIP H COIN terms in the penitentiary before and now in the afternoon The sad news was tele fell with crushing graphed to this city and comes for life fleet upon his already heavily nfllicted Mr Sam Savres has rented the house on family who have the deepest ytnpnthy of Having hud nunihor of years oxperitfiieo nt Main street formerly occupied by Dr J S his numerous friends and the community tlio husiuoss I iiotter uiy services to the oitins ol Price and will keep a first class boarding generally He leaves a wife and two little Pninklin county nsnn Aueiioneor and will sell stoolt on or do gen Â¬ house Mrs Savres is well known as a fiist children The remains arrived in this city eral farm tho strout household goods at tho sturo auctioneering Orders left class caterer and will no doubt have as Thursday morning and the funeral which of Mr V Uoroerioli or the stahlo of Dan linn Charges many boarders as soon as fahe moves in took place from his mothers residence in cook will receive prompt attention moderate J J PETERSON as she can accuu nodate the afternoon was largely attended 39 tf o o OOLUMB1AH E 11 J M WA2CEPIELI TAYLOPv srcCKaSOU TO Â¬ h Mi ii Watson 3yo Co Us the Cheapest place to buy your STOVES T1XWAKE House Furnishing Goods fiMANTELSGEATES livnu niul Pin Rnnliitr H Jii illllj J- - HI illltlTili ki 4 joij work a srihurn if L AUOTioarssassisTa f J M WAKEFXEID Dealer in nil Kinds Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shingles cc Olhco a d -Mills k FRAKFORT Jun Sl ly near Hiilroad Bridge Ii Y j M r y 1S4fcWtWMPV t nt u 2MN iatf tfg- - A fr frifir2 f I V Hi Ativ 4u v a H WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Bridgeport Edior Roundabout at the junction of Lewis street alley and Let me remind the city authorities s nl Ma that 4n 43 Js 1 J Wapping Ftreet corner of the Baptist Church propei ty on the liver bank is a precipice of twentv or more feet exposure Plenty of rnin and a stone wall where a cart went over Farm hands are 6caroo ami a horse was killed more recently two men tumbled over and were dangerously Ill o harvest is upon us injured for lack of piotcctiou of a raised Enough tobacco plants for all wall or plank fence ihese men were Mis Ben Morrison is very ill strongly advised to bring suit against the cm ami oats are growing finely city for heavy damages for their neglect Mr A C Taylor who has been ill is to protect their streets and alleys against G liabilitv of danger to limb and life imploring A Powers who has been ill is Mrs A now convalescent Belle Point Miss Julia Dickerson is visiting her Mis Jennie Oliver was visiting friends ter Mrs Katlifle near Farnulale over here last week Girls why did you read the Roundabout The Pierian Club will meet with Miss of last week with so much interest Florence Collins next Tuesday night Mr E R Hedges has purchased of Mr Rev Ben Deering will preach at the Win Powers aiufothers a number of sheep Chapel to morrow afternoon at 4 oclock Misses Florence Parmelia and Jennie Miss Peggy Crockett of Frankfort was visiting Misses Jacque and Cordie Jackson Collins visited Mrs S V Pence last week at week Mrs Lucy OConnor of Louisville is Misses Ella Owen of Eminence Hattie visiting friends and relatives here this week Radelyt of Simpsonsville and Lena Smith of Peytona who have been visiting at Mr HeMr Sam Todd left for Lock port Tuesday has been Win Scohelds have returned to their on Lock No engaged as assistant engineer 1 homes A II Crutcher made The young ladies of Bridgeport request to Mr Sterling this week in a business trip Mt the interest of us to inform the editors ot last week R N Archer As Co Roundabout that they do not sit under Messrs J W Gault Co have burnt awning ami eat ginger bread and peanuts a large kiln of brick and will have another Bug when they go to Frankfort ready to burn next week We would not be guilty of calling the Quite a number of charming young young ladies of Bridgeport country ladies of Frankfort visited Mrs Judge gilrs ex Ens Pence last Saturday evening Our Sunday school with Rev Ben DeerJacksonville ing as Superintendent is in a flourishing condition Nov scholars are coming in The corn crop is looking prosperous every Sunday Everything in the vegetable line looks The Debating Club composed of young well since the late rain men from Frankfort and Belle Point meets every Tuesday night Doors are not The majority of our fanners arc done open to the public yet Hitting out tobacco plants At the election for School Trustees held Tobacco worms are expected to be numer- the first Saturday in this month Met sts ous this season from their early appearance Geo A Robertson and J no L Ziegler Mr G W Vaughn lost a nice cap of were elected by a handsome majority honey by an accident caused by the violent Judge Pence cut his pontoon bridge loose wind last Monday at one end Monday afternoon to keep it The death of Mrs Attawa Williams on from waliiui as there was a boom in It was replaced Wednesday the night of the 5th inst was very unex Benson Miss Mary Lynchs school closed Wed pected to relatives and friends nesday after a very successful term The Quite a lively time is expected this sum scholars and patrons were well pleased with mer picnicing and tripping the light fan her and are very anxious to have her take tastic toe especially on the third of the school again this fall She gave her July pupils a picnic Tluuxlay in Lake Park Rev L W P Ilulett and his wife have where they all spent a pleasant day swing- Â¬ gone to housekeeping with as much ease ing playing croquet and other innocent and mace as though they had been in the amusements business forty years The excursion to Lock No 5 on Col Kentucky River AcThere wasnt anv excitement in this part Pences new boat of the country at all over the election for commodation last Sunday was a grand kjIiooI trustees Everything passed off success which could not have been other- Â¬ wise with Pence as captain ami our hand decently and orderly some young merchant Mr F P Lewis We expect quite a lively constable race as mate The boat showed a speed of in Benson piecinct the ensuing August about seven miles an hour There were Alli ou and Bryant are the gentleman who about one hundred and twenty five persons will cause the enthusiasm Good order was maintained all aboard One of Bagdads fair belles has taken one the way which was owing a good deal to of Jacksonvilles brightest young men for a there being no liquor aboard anil Col companion through this lonely world Pence assures us that he will not allow anything intoxicating on the boat or any May they live long and prosper one under the influence of liouor There We are glad to learn that our neighbor will he another excursion next Sunday ing village Bridgeport will be rebuilt when every one who wishes to avail them for it has been a place noted for sobriety selves of a pleasant trip and the beautiful industry and general intelligence for years scenery which the Kentucky river affords We have had quite a number of mar Â¬ should by all means go For the month of June riages this mouth it has been rather remarkable for so man DnT T Diuimmiia Cure for Ilhoumatism This is not a nostrum oeieinonial rights to be performed Even Gout and Neuralgia but a propiraion compounded by an experi Â¬ Ministers of the Gospel have taken up the enced physician with a viow to tho euro of the Cross above complaints To any who aro suffering The marriage of Mr Wm Ilaydon to wo offer tliiri remedy as a suro oure anil can Mi s Ethia Linda Johnson was an interest- furnish the moirt roliablo testimonials from per ing event which took place at the residence fnnt who hiivu used It an I boon relieved Price fifty of the brides lather on the night of the en bycents per bottle Further information giv- Â¬ tho T iiitit The ceremony was performed by Augusta solo proprietor Dr W TII Uradtord Ky For sale by Avorill I W P Ilulett in a very impressive Frankfort Ky John D Park Rev Son whole manner Liswit sale agonts Cincinnati 0 fub21 0m -1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JESTEYCO L ILLUSTRATED TIIK Catalogues SENT FREE Most Extensive r Mfil wr II T iii Manufactory OF REED ORGANS IN THE World flSllilHSiimSNSiHHjii POWER Combined with r iiMfflMBTryiMrirtf IlliiiiiiwfMMl lrWWI IN 9BiiiilH feb2 6 tn Purity of Tone Durability AMj Finish THESE ORGANS ARE UNRIVALED BRATTLEBORO VT STEPHENS BEST PL ACE J M- In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at DEALER IN P V Gray Who have Oos just received a mammoth stock of Fresh Sf Which they ofTer at prices to suit cvorybody They keen none but the vory best and guarantoe every article to be just as represented and Full Weight inovery instance A fnll line of CHOICE GROCERIES d Salt Meats - i All Kinds Clair St near Wocxlen Bridge FRANKFORT - IY STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Meats of all kindB delivered to any part of Give mo a cull tho city free of charge Â¬ CANNED OOODS Wooden And everything usually kept in a first class grocory 9 Try our 80 ciiit Tea anil choice brands of Coffee first Freeh Oyster4 tlways on hand a1 Stone Ware COAL COAL GB ALL KINDS atOF COAL ONbyHAND Lowest Prices ami for sale MACKLIN jan 15 tf Â¬ MILCH COWS FOR SALE I havo ton good Milnb Cow five of which art froch which I will sell cheap for cash 51 Â¬ tf JOHN KIERNAN W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky A IAKOK STOCK OP LANDRETHS GAltDEN SEEDS In Bulk and in Papers Music and Musical Goods URGEST at LcCowptcs South Frankfort Drug Storo Â¬ ft BEST ASSDHTMEHT III THE CITY Banjo tc A full lino of Instruction Rooks al ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Publishers Prices Now Music received monthly- Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Â¬ W J OHINN DKAIKH IN Â¬ ALL KINDS OF COAL rr FOR CASH 1 Willdcllatthe very lowest figures TYPE J OH Vine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH PUtvYNlvJiLISr Otibu 1 JOHNSON firoiw Tho Tyr1 on which this wier Is priutfid the ubov o Foundry En j vv- - - ia B j - fi - i -- rntm w