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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fM i a t The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY L LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPi Volume hi FRANKFORT KY JUNE 26 1880 in that she Number 40 has a Bradfoiids Cure for Rheumatism This U not a nostrum but a preparation cornp undod by in oxpori flout and Neuralgia To any who arc suffering The outlook for a very large attendance above complaints c uuur ims reuicfiy as a auro cure and can at the State Mass Temperance Meeting furnish the most reliable testimonials from per which take place at Park FI ill Camp sons who have u cd it mi boon relieved Price fifty Grounds July 13th and continues several en bycents per bottle Further information gi tho solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford days is most promising This place better Augusta Ky For alc by W II Arerill Frankfort Ivy John D Park Si Sons whole Â¬ known as Deeiiug Camp Grounds is ex- sale agents Cincinnati O fcbJl Gin cellently lonted and very easy of access BY J J AND C S The following is a list of officers elected It is bounded on one side by the Maysville Little Birdie is so guy at the last meeting of Frankfort Lodge branch of tl K C R R on another by On that bright summer Jay No 10 K of II to serve the ensuing six Licking riwr nd on another by the Paris All person haiine claims against thu ptiif Lot her lnugh ami let her play Graham nrf and Maysvilh turnpike months Lot the Child bo happy and gay It is within a of John K properly provenhereby noMfmd to present same for painjat and alt A T Todd P D very short d iance of Blue Lick Springs persons owiris- - siid o tato must oorno promptly When the child is fast asleep Geo Salendcr D a few hour tiive from Paris and from and settle to avoid litigation And dreams of joyous glory sweet M K GrKAHAM Alex McEwan V D Do not let her mind be deep UmwMratris Maysville and is surrounded by the most Junk 1st ISSn j Lewis HFinnell A D In the weary years that fastly sweep beautiful scenery in that portion of Ken Logan McKee R When the sun rises with the break of day Lee Herrmann F R tucky Eviy convenience for the accomG G1UHA37 CO And the fun shines over the hill faraway W S Dehoney T modation QI has been arranged for Then call little Birdie oucc for play DKAIKKS IN J W Rupe S That merry joyous summer day at moderate Kites and a grand good time is E A Felmer C promised to all who attend It will be a Staple and Fancy Groceries When the sweet sixteenth year coruo John Dean G Let all the silly plays bo dono B F Duval Ex P mass meeting of the temperance people of COUNTRY PRifJC Let her have other sports and fun fMtS LIBORS 3C Kentucky of whatever name and a gath Broadway ono door Tor she thinks what sho has dono est A Ann Frankfort Ivy ering together of the finest and best orators A Compliment When sho is dressed like- a Brido With some ono by her side in America Dont fail to attend the meet- The Worlds Sroatast instruments Mr John W Rodman said after having ing for such lie is full of m ntnoss A pride another may never be within Marching gontly by her sido read the first number of the Kentucky your reach Talk the Pianos Gabter matter up and try Chickering Hamlin Organs Piano Kurtzman Fianos Ma son a Smiths American Organs Law Reporter I regard it as invaluable to induce your neighbors and friends to go Those dogs are still permitted to howl and I would not even if you cannot go yourself They make to every Kentucky lawyer T bark in South Frankfort ID be without it if it cost twenty dollars a nijht hideous 155 Fourth Avenue Loui v 5tio ni ont for I year Thanks Mr Rodman for your of theabovo which in soiling for 2 years I am Our Work Our Thanks It is said that the steamers will once good opinion of the Reporter The editors convinced are fa- Oi y made EvervthJiij perttining to inuie to Ik uun I lit re tnoje plough the waters of the Kentucky will spare no pains to make each succeeding The first number of the Kentucky Law about the first of November number better than the one preceding it Reporter was issued from this office this S D It contains eighty three pages of Mr John Hutchison is agent for the sale and we promise to improve its typographical week of rubber printing stamp in this city A appearance until it is a model piece of reading matter interesting to every practicing attorney in the State and needs only full set of samples and prices may be seen work A kuu e M vv IIouc ftfoiZ SV to be seen by the members of the bar Office and news depot at Drydens SN t Commencement of F M I -- of Kentucky to be appreci uNl by them Mrs LeComptc hu lo t a pair of gold We will at once send out three men to It was impossible to be otherwise than isit the lawyers of the State in the interest Apr 20 ly spectacles for the return of winch hhe offers For full description Arc pleased with the commencement exercises of the Kentucky Law Reporter and be a liberal reward SEW MILL on Thursday afternoon at the above named speak for them the patronage of all live see advertisement in another column institution The pupils performed their who de ire to keep up with the M Messrs Miles fc Son of the City Milb parts in calisthenics singing recitations lawyers B decisions ol the Court of Appeals every llavin-itt- I have contracted for about four hmuLed etc most admirably showing the results I addel i biien t which will be published in the bushels of new wheat which wiil be de Â¬ of almost infinite patience and kindness on one of First Class Planing 31111 livered to day or Mondav This is the first the part of the Superintendent ami his Reporter Is now prepared o fuiuih all kinds of To our brethren of the Kentucky Press of this years crop delivered in thij city corps of teaehers who while trying to we return our grateful acknowledgmentSsii ff Mr H S Rautn Census Enumerator develop memory and intellect evidently do for the notices given to this enterprise and ft for that pait of Frank Jort lying north of not forget that the unfortunates placed will be thankful for an opportunity of do a to under their care have hearts and souls to ing them a kindness at any lime Kentucky river and east of St Clair street Scroll Work Stair Wcrk Tuminu lias tiled liis lists with the County Clerk be both respected and developed We are aho thankful to many members iitteii ut in tiu Finn Stvle Numbers are sent out from the institution of the Kentucky Bar for encouraging letter as required by law and will be at the Mnv it court house next Thursday and Friday July well taught and skilled in mechanic arts concerning thU undertaking and to a still 1st and 2d for the purpose of correcting whereby they may become useful member greater number tor substantial encourage any errors that may have occur ed in his of community instead of helpless burdens ment in the way of oiibscuptions of which a they must otherwise have been lists last we have received a great many more EH The institution ia a noble charity and all than we ever hoped fr in advance of the The following is u list of officers of honor to those who have devoted their publication of the first number of the I will deluor pure Crytal Ijc at my reitUtn e Cajt Ooini rusidence or in any part of the Frankfort Council No 7 It T of T talents to the sacred work therein anil whose Reporter iity at one eeut per pouid elected at the meeting Thursday night to humanity and culture qualify them for it so May 22 tf IMIELIP H JOIN We feel considerable pride at the pros serve the ensuing six months well pect of success before us and together with smi C5eo A Lewis S C Wi the editors of the Reporter we promise to II 0 Mattern V C Wanted leave nothing undone to merit it M Lewis Chaplain Having had a number of years experience t Claude Bueklev R Sec Wo ask every lawyer in the State to sub- - the busino ss I otk r my erviees to thu oificn- - if Tersons having pamphlets magazines e P F Smith F Sec which they have read and for which they scribu for this the only law journal nub Frnnkliu eounty a an Auetjoneer and will ill J as X Miles Treas have no further use are requested to send rl3ied in Kentucky and believe that before stock on the uroet houuhold good or do en oral farm auctioneering Orders left at the stfe Harry Buckley Herald of Mr V Uerberioh or tho stable of Dan llm v18sl II J Hyde Guard 9bsovuio will receive prompt attention Charves W L irahatn Sentinel list will reach considerably more than a cook J B THARP prisoners moliTOte J J l KTEUSOX J W Pruett Past Couu JlJ tf thousand Cw plain Â¬ i 1 -- Dont the citizens and business men living and doing business on Bridge street South Frankfort think it would pay them to have that street watered The cloud of limestone dust is so thick there during dry friend aged respectively about nine and weather that one can scarcely recognize a They are printed just as friend across the street It is very injurious eleven years to the lungs throat and nasal organs to they were written Birdie live in such an atmosphere Little One of the prettiest little girls in town handed the following lines to us a few days ago requesting that they he published and assuring us that they were the production of the joint efforts of her and her little Frankfort rejoices FREE BRIDGE DaT T oncod physician with a kw to the euro of the NOTICE I Â¬ Â¬ vi-ito- r- 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ r uiu r s - ht Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon Â¬ J PLAmo WAKE if I EI i - Siii SSi hm Mk I Â¬ 1 Â¬ i IPC UWm Â¬ AtroTsoisTsaBirjsr 1 -- XwrtZitotoL iiji Rzl rur or V mi BBwIfWl HF- TlBwff i its-rr vTVTif Sp HimlliiilTii IT V i r I ill T lir it iJiiWi hi H rf 11 Hm -- - m- WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered ut tho post ofiico at Frankfort Kentucky m second class mailable matter CLvum huckmjv KO A Will Mncklins smiling countenance may shall Menghcr Messrs S B G now be been behind the counters of Mar Â¬ BUCKLEY rEditcrs circid FRANKFORT LEWIS JUNK 215 Huber S J Kaye atid M Allison the Louisville bicyclists LEWIS were in the city the first of the week on their return home from a trip to the Blue GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF F vaTolis3aers 18S0 TERNS The Whkkiy UotJNitAHOUT is published every Saturday at ouo dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 conts Money may bo cnt by post ofiico money order or restored letter at our risk TFif Koticcs of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will bo charged for at our regular advertising rates is marked on tlio iirdt pace with a red X it indicates that your 8ulcription lias expired and mast he renewed before von receive another paper If your RorNDAHoiTT Capt Coin wants to employ 100 hands to work on Lock No 3 See advertisement The attention of persons going to build is called to the advertisement of Browner A McDauiel in another column of this pn per Our friends and neighbors of Shelby and Anderson counties are cordially invited to No more tolls on our call and see us FREE BHIDPtE Daly have dissolved part Messrs Lee Mr Lee is nership Mr Duly retiring well and favorably known in this community and will no doubt receive a liberal share of the public patronage as he deserves Hi livery stable is well located and is one of the most convenient and comfortable in the citv Grass Region Mr H Pope Hawkins of Greenville Miss arrived in this city Thursday afternoon ami will remain during the summer visting his fathers family Miss Lizzie Macklin returned home yes terday morning after an absence of several months She lias been attending school at Vassar College New York Mr A W Brown a former employe in the old Commonwealth office arrived in the city yesterday morning and will imme- Â¬ diately go to work in the Gazette olHce Mr Frank L Wells left Thursday morning for Western Kentucky where he has gone to see the members of the legal pro fession in the interest of the Kentucky Law Reporter Lieut S M Swigerl of the 2d Regiment U S Cavalry who has been visiting relatives here for the past seven months de parted with his bride this week for his post of duty at Fort Ellis Montana Mrs James Rodman who has been visiting her sisters in Louisville for a few weeks past returned home yesterday accompanied by her sister Mrs Albert A Stoll who will spend a few weeks here with relatives Â¬ Â¬ Clothing Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing at STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits Blue Flannel Suits 6 50 Good Light colored Cassimere Suits y oo Boys Blue Flannel Suits 5 oo Odd Pants from 75 cents to 5 00 Mens Office Coats 35 Boys Coats 25 Boys Mohair Coats 50 Boys Black Luster Coats 75 less than former prices Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 to Larcfe Stock Summer Underwear in India Guase Wansook and Balbriggan at prices lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats below cost at S3 7S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS CORONER SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE Cor Main and St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Wo arc authorized to unnounco ALEX Mc N B Special EWAN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county nt tho August election 1880 for confirmation CITY MARSHAL attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable of City Marshal at tho ensuing August election We arc authorized to announce TIIOS J TODD as a candidate for re election to the office K cCLURE BRO Thursday afternoon Juno 24 between Mrs M Chirms and Mr W J Chinas a pair of Gold Temple Spectacles in a black ense Tho ease Teas was marked Cook fc Sloss Fourth street Louis- Â¬ ville Ky Tho finder will be liberally rewarded Miss Nannie Browder is visiting relatives by leaving them at tho Roundabout ofiico or de- Â¬ inLouisville livering them to mo at Mrs Chinns opposite Mas SARAH LkCOMPTK MifS Fannie White of Alton is visiting the depot Personal L QS T HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Miss Jennie Rogers left Wednesday for 15 IBoots Sz Slb oes HATS BOOKS relatives in the city Mif s Sue Robinson is visiting relatives mid friends in Shelby county Mrs William Hunt of Greenville Miss is visiting her fathers famyy in this city Miss Mamie Powell left Monday for Mis oui where she will spend the summer with her parents Mr Uobt Til ford is in the city and we understand has accepted a position in Dr Halls drug store Miss Mary Lemon a charming young lady of Georgetown has been vibiting relatives in the city this week Elder George Darsie left Monday to be alent till the first of September He will tpend most of the time in the East Mr David Todd and wife arrived in Belle Point Wednesday after a visit of several wieks to relatives in Shelby county Miss Anne Thomas who has been attend ing suhool at Vassal1 College N Y the piiat ten mouths returned home last Satur day Mr Pen Morn- - of Louisville has been He Siting relatives in the city this week be in the enjoyment of perfect appears to health Mm Carrie Stenhens and her sister Miss Mattie Rubinson Cynthiaua have been in the city this week the guests of Mrs James Â¬ Â¬ laborers wanted CAPT OOIN wants to employ 100 Laborers to work on Lock No 3 Apply at his residence Monday The former residence of Otto Von Borries now occupied by E M Drane situated on Sec- Â¬ ond street between Main and Logan streots South Frankfort Ky Tho lot fronts about 100 feet on second street and runs back 200 feet to For terms apply to W C Hemdon on alley attorney at law Frankfort Ky STATIONERY TO BE C FOE SALE B FOUND IN THE CITY AVE BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH AND CAIET SBX X AS IOW AS THE XiOWUST J AS O IlItAWVKK RIC K N I JH BO WEN CO A MdANIKI Agricultural Implements and Field Seeds Broadway bet Lewis and Ann Sts FRANKFORT KY BRAWNER McDANIEL Brick for For any and all kinds of IJrick Work sale nt the lowest market price Orders left nt W J Chinns coal scales will receive prompt at- Â¬ tention LQBK OUT FAR lyfiiiiiit DRILLED We are Acents for the KENTUCKY An U ED PLOW - nn cumr i BROS WAGONS UKE PARK DAIRY Fresh Milk from grass fed cow delivered in any part of the city at popular prices DISSOLTJTIOIT 1 BROADCASl GRAIN DRILL the TRADE ENGINE OI I VI -iitwt S tHAMI ION MOW LL AND RE APE K We also have a line of lletlner Mrs Florence Seearce and her little son Ulll HUSH Will IUU UIMHIUU VII III IUIUIU Iuy Ullltu TIMIV Ill Churchill arrived in the city Monday LEE and a liberal share of tho public rtatron- jnujs luu alter an absence of several months in ago is solicited Ami keep crcrjthlng Mally kept in a first JAMES DALY Missouri Tho partnership heretofore existing under tho firm nu uo of LEE t DALY has been dissolved J bv mutual coiucnt Jiiiiies Daly retiring Tho W R WATSON II1 Buggies Carriages and Spring Wagons das estabttfthment of this kind stf K j jj mmm 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNRFORT LARGEST It was made a FREE m BRIDGE at 12 FREE BRIDGE Rodman Currens a small boy about fif teen years old left hi fathers house near this city Tuesday morning June 22 1880 and has never been heard of since Any person knowing of the whereabouts of said boy will do his parents a great favor by informing them at this oflice Â¬ oclock Monday June 21st 1880 sale in this the Sunny with JUNK 26 1880 III CITY AND COUNTY CIIEIUTIll TO TRAVBLBES Watertneloup huve been on city this week They are from South and should he eaten caution for fear of cholera morbus great or cholera Photographic Studio Fourth LOUISVILLE JY tf 144 Witt Market St 5 W TT B R ii IT T S het mat Fifth May Â¬ We take pleasure in calling attention On and after Anrit 28th 1870 trains on the L C t L R R will leave Frankfortdaily Sundays to the announcement of Mr Alex McEwan in another column of this paper who is a excepted as follows TUAtNS WEST candidate for the oUiceof Coroner of Frank 815 a in lin county No 4 Lcavo Frankfort Mr McEwan is well known in 250 o m No 12 Lcavo Frank fort this county ns an honest trustworthy gen TRAIJfS KA8T 004 a m tleman and will no doubt be elected to No 9 Loavo Frankfort 64p in No 11 Ijohvo Frankfort ollice to which he aspires without 0 will inako oloso connec- the lM Â¬ Â¬ train Tho 250 tion as formerly for Cincinnati B P URYAN Atient Â¬ The Frankfort fair should be better pat Â¬ ronized this year than ever before If our home merchants are enterprising public spirited men let them show their hands at the fair in September by joining with the Board of Directors to make it a grand success A THE yjT THE CLAUDENT 1 Claudent vaotIIMW Foresters meet next Wednesday evening at 8 odock Belle Work was commenced on the JT Poi tit Benson bridge Monday Good Templars meet at their hall next Thursday evening at 8 oclock little half ripe knotty apples and peaches have been on the market this week They are fine promoters of cholera A few Mr Win F Rodgers of Benson is the first man in this county to pay his State and Who will be the county taxes for 1880 next Mr Otto Von Borries residence in South Read the Frankfort is offered for sale in another column of this advertisement paper the ga lorious Fourth be celebrated This is the question that now agitates the public mind We say go to How shall church Dr W II Averills handsomely remodeled will add materially to that part of Washington pleted residence is being and improved It the appearance of street when com Â¬ Mrs M T Ruuyan will continue to give lessons in drawing and painting through the vacation from 8A to 10 oclock a m Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at ten cents per lesson The City Park has been laid off but the work on it dont seem to make much head wav If Frankfort Whats the matter will ever need a park it needs it now Let us have it at once About eight oclock Wednesday evening two heavily loaded wagons met in the oast carriage way on the wooden bridge The The Census Enumerators for South rural nibs who was on the wrong side had to unhitch Iris team and back his wagon Frankfort and that part of North Frankfort lying west of St Clair street will be at the out court house next Tuesday and Wednesday Too much credit cannot be given to Mr 2Hh and 30th insts from fl oclock Dryden for his enterprise in having a new a m till 6 oclock p in for the purpose drop curtain painted for Major Hall We of making such additions or corrections in can now have a rest when we visit that their respective lists of enumeration as are place and gaze restfully and delightedly on necessary All persons interested in having a beautiful bright morning scene on the Bos a correct enumeration of thisciu will plea e phorus The scene is new and fresh exe Â¬ take notice and go or have such of their cuted in a masterly manner by the painter acquaintances as they think have been who has given to the citizens of this place a omitted to go and have the lists corrected specimen of his skill in handling the brush If you feel any doubt about whether or not by the painting of several ornamental signs vou have been enumerated no to the court Mr LaCoste the artist painter did the house on the above mentioned days and work and Mr Dryden foots the bill All be sure about the matter by examining the honor to Dryden lists man from the Green Mountains of There were never so many pretty lawn Vermont a few days ago told one of our dresses seen in Frankfort as ore worn this old citizens of a new process for killing season they are ot oeautuui patterns flies It was to put powder on a bench are as variegated in color as the rainbow and touch it off with fire and blow their pink blue and corn being the favorites wings off Accordingly our old friend They are made and trimmed with exquisite went to a grocery store hard by and pur tasie fit to a nicety and are worn by the chased a trickles worth of powder put it on most beautiful ladies that ever gladdened a butchers bench touched it off with fire the heart of man fully expecting he would kill not less When the smoke than a peck of flies The ladies who had in charge the festival had blown away he looked for his game at the court house last week desire us to and lo he had killed three flies return their thanks to the friends of tem- Â¬ Mr John Moore better know as Bud perance who helped to make it a success by went sparking out in his neighborhood and their presence and patronage and especially to Mr Robt W Lawler who made no bestowed his nflections on a sweet little charge whatever for services rendered girl whose parents thought she was entirey Bud and Forty dollars and fifty cents was too young to leave her mother them his dulcinea were of a different opinion realized at the festival about the matter and tried to convince the The Junior Warden of Frankfort Com old folks that they could worry along mandery No 4 K T has been to the through the journey of life together with Blue Grass Capital this week to confer with out any more help than the strong right Lexington Com mandery No 2 K T arm of the devoted swain But the old about the trip to Chicago in August Any folks could not see the matter in that light sir knight desiring information on the sub and their Irish being aroused by this ject will receive it by calling on the hand- time they forbade their daughter seeing some clerk who dispenses smiles and fishing her lover again tackle at the popular establishment of R Well its the same old story secret McClure Bro K communication the aid of a couple ot friends flight railroad cars ferry boat Mr Richard Cummins an employe at the Jeffersonville and then the husband and Co on the saw mill of R N Archer wife are extremely sorry they were comriver just above the city met death sud pelled to resort to this course and come denly at six oclock yesterday morning home for the blessings of the old folks lie was in t lie net ot stepping into ins sometimes canoe for the purpose of going home to The couple Mr Bud Moore and Miss breakfast in South Frankfort when he Georgia Farmer residents of this county slipped or made a misstep and fell into the the bride being a daughter of Mr James river drowning in a few seconds ImmediFarmer were accompanied to Jefferson ate search was made for his body by the mill ville Indiana by Mr Hugh R Ford employes two of whom had witnessed the and Miss Minnie Thomas on the 22d inst sail accident which was recovered in about when and where the nuptial knot was tied The Coroner held an inquest an hour We tender them our sincere wishes for a and the iurv returned a verdict in accord long life of usefulness and happiness ance with the above facts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ posilion BESTM EM lilAUJii This novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives Itname from tho Latin Claudia to draw together Owing to the Ingenious construction of the shield when adjusted to the wearer tho round corners draw inward conforming In Its graceful outlines to the neck and chest Examlno carefully for the Patent Stamp on tho back of each Scarf Nono others are genuine Forsaloat k - CRUTCHER 3IA1IV STARKS ie FiEAfcTKFoRi STREET st BEST IN THE WORLD Â¬ Â¬ COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR SICCKSSOIt TO Â¬ Watson Furnishing Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your STOYES T1XWAKE Goods Boys black luster coats for 75 cents at House Sol Harris Clothing House A Circulating Library for sale at a bar- Â¬ gain Will m1I whole library or separate volumes and will offer our books for rent Iron and Tin fioofiug until sold Catalogue and price fumihsed on application to Marshall Meagher Untlmiijr iVc Hoys Mohair coats for f0 cents at Sol a Harris Clothing House Special bargains in Languedoc lace at Griffin Bros Dealer in all Kind of A good coat for a boy for 25 cents at Sol Harris Clothing House Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding A nice stock of silk sun umbrellas at Laths Shingles cc Marshall A Meaghers near Railroad Uridgr Dusters calico ulapaca ond luster coats Office and by the thousand at Sol Harris Clothing O House Jan i ly LOCAL NOTICES MANTELS GRATES job work srrcmn J M WAKEFIELD w-Mllls FRAKP RT It Y p ww iirn iiiji l JlWflfMilJlllftWJllilJ rnr JIVMUUW1PC n itVF W ftefxprr r r - aidttuW - -- uy v njr 1 V i i ft v f tfAOMf u This is a stunner lo our short memory Now the question is was this the turtle that was decapitated the I believe it was but of tut minor before Bridgeport Some course cannot say for a certainty people Bay this is a mill dam big turtle Gold ft old Ooldt story but my short memory friend positively affirms that he once saw a large sea turtle Wheat harvest is nliout over live three days and nights out of water Either one ol these Mr Ben Morrison who 1ms been ill ie with its throat cut turtle varus 1 think much more reasonable better than the Tennessee bull frogs catching and 1 Mr Tlirvs M Gaines of Loui ulle will eating younj hogs -- pend the summer here with ielative and friends A Texas Picnic Mifis 13eltie Anderson after a six weeks A Kentucky girl in Texas sends us the t it in Louisville has returned home following account of a picnic she attended MU Minnie Gaines who has been at About 7 oclock on the morning of June teitdimr school at Grasy Springs Woodford Sth a party consisting of five young Indie home county has returned and two young men drove up in a Texas Purchase lots and build anvwhere be buggy a two horse wagon and stopped in After a little changing tween South Frankfort and Uridgeport as front of our door The gold around and a good deal of talking and long will be united both ere will join them laughing we started on our journey of about fifteen miles not one of the party Poor Bruce he walks the streets in a knowing the way id iiiehmc holy manner and Ionic- - as Wc were about five miles from town sronmy ns n country grave yard Cheer up when we begun to inquire the way and ji air hiMu will return r oon strange to say some ol the people didnt Mr W Field who was here last fall eem to have ever heard of such a place as Lake that was the place foi pr peMing for gold on Mr Win Arm Patterson which we werejbound Of course if there was trins farm near this place after having as we taken a quantity of ore to Xew York a wrong way we found it buttritles didwere not not the kind to give up such k r itK piction returned last week with discourage us After a time we reached a peoiineimof told and silver which he had creek called Richland and there struck IMiaeU d from it the ield boing 22 oO in dry timbered country which for three miles Mr Field has gone back the gold to the ton 1 I ever saw To New York to puichar e mining imple-mem- - was the most dense forest imagine it was a good deal like the jungles and will return next September at I was told by one of the party which time he will begin active opeiations of Africa that it was inhabited by wolves bears and We hie I en informed that he ha- leased We enjoyed the ride through it wildcats rnii Mesr Wm and Manuel Aimtrong veiy much for a time but it soon became Win Tin lor and dames Tracy a portion oi ilur iarin- - where he think gold can be monotonous Well of course everything has an ending Buu ion ud and we finally reached our destination by riding and walking together about 11 A Turtle Story oclock very tired I was so delighted at nceing the lake it being more water than KIlix ffnuiufaimU I had seen since I have been in the State For tin benefit of a friend who seems to that 1 went running to it and jut on the havi rather a treacherous memory and bank 1 stumbled and would have gone into b his request I propose to put in print the water if my dress hail not caught on a M friend bush and held me until some of the party a nniH xumdcrl il turtle story cwiii to have turtle on the brain but on came and picked me up Hivouiit oi short memory he cannot re We rested about an hour and a half and ibis marvelous story correct v then ate dinner which performance we en Â¬ When nearly grown several other oung--U-- joyed more than anything else during the and myself concluded to -- eiio r certain day The lake water of which the rest of tuill pond in Shelby county The pond the party partook freely and seemed to a mile in length and we liegun relibh the flavor I could not drink u at The MMhf fiend of lack water and eind down ta te of it beggars description t tin dim When more than a quarter After dinner some played cioquet and uf amiio bom the dam we mu i out a some fished but did not catch any as we would weigh oiiie could not be still long enough for the lish turtle tljiit we -- upMO-ed we We conduded to bite Last but not least was boat riding r iWtbiii pounds to ciriv it home and make soup of it on the lake It made me think of the Sumo of the bo in tie crowd fitfd that many delightful boat rides I have enjoyed 1 believe the it was about the ie oi a turtle they and in my old Kentucky home iimii other loy- - had caught the summer party al enjoyed that part of the pro- befoiv abuit one hundred yard almve the diamine bull in tiie same pond an rs thi y wanted About five oclock in the afternoon we in make mo up of it and had one or two more started back to town The ride home was drn- - to make belure getting to rhf dam splendid as wo came a different way from t both the one we went ilu fut the turtles head off and and the road was delightll Iiend and the turtle lying o it on the ful I tried my hand at driving a wagon bunk uniiJ they could make anohci dra and found it line fun The picnicers all or tvw atur which they returned t r their said they never enjoyed a day as much in irth When they got to where they had their lives and I assure you I never did left it lo it uhs gone but the head was The ladies all wore calico dresses and there Tlu wondered where the turtle sun bonnets regular Texas style I wa- - Htil finally came to the conclusion failed to make the acquaintance of the red bugs and tides though some o1 the iliil it iiad ciMvled bad into the water it is a well known fnct that not even a cat partv did which ume contend has nine live- - hold On our way home we had some delightful on to lite with half the tenacity that a turtle singing some oj those with us being good dues singers Well nothing more was aid or thought We arrived at home just at dark and about the turtle with its head cut oil until not being accustomed to riding in a wagon we pulled out a short distance above the on can imnjino now I felt next dav Ater dam when 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