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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nriT I l m I i -- V4 llTi I t m WW in i 1 t tV Im 1 Eouiidbwfii PRG0 lllln BUCKLEY LtiWISPilbllsfars i iV- DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOClETYNWS i i3 i u 5 CJBTOS PSiJ C0P7 Volume iii -- i jr airfc FRANKFORT K7uLY Â¬ ioi88o 11 Number 42 11 DnT T Bbadpouiis Cure for Ilhouuintlsm Death of John L Moore the business houses Of the city were closed Miss Laura Campbell entertainedafew Wout and Nourufgla Thig 3 not nostrum evening it being the the services at ilic church out of buta propuratidn during friends last Monday compounilcd by an experi Another old citifcen has passed away- respect to his memory The bereaved enced physician with view to the euro of the 70th anniversary of her motherls birth one who has been identified with the busi fibnvo complaints To any who aro suffering arV uValerrible ness interests Of Frankfort fof the past filty family have the sympathy of the entire we offer this remedy a a urd euro and cm The Streets and alleys community furnish the most rclallo tcstimoninls from At The stench that arises yearsiias beeligalhbred to the fathers filthy condition owii rilu uiive nuu ic ana ocdn relieved rrii n fifty cdnts per bVlHu Saffell Browder Fulhcr information giv- Â¬ from some of them is almost unendurable 3 oclock Thursday morning John L Moore en by the solo prbprictor Dr T T Uradlord the merchant so long and well known in Augusta Ky At an early hour Monday evening a FrnnkforttfKya For sale by W If Averill The tax books are now in the1 hands of Nils community died at the Meriwether it John D Park - - Sons whole the Cilv Treasurer and if you want to save Hotel He was taken sick about a week few near relatives of the young couple sale ngents Cincinnati 0 fobSMim ten percent on y6ur taxes go and see him ago and- his death- was riot nnlooked for as gathered at the residence of the brides G G GRAHAM it was known for several days that he was father Prof S P Brower in South Frank CO Mr Frank A Crutcherhas thehahl8 fort to witness tile marriage of Mr W S Very ill though when it was announced a DKUiKnS IN of the Kouxdauout oflice for a saokofithe dqep feeling of sorrow fell upon the com- Â¬ SafTell and Miss Amelia Brow tier which have-seetH we finest Harvest r apples-that-was performed at 8 oclock by Elder W Staple and Fancy Groceries munity this y ear j j Mr Moore was born tn Henderson Ken- Â¬ H Bartholomew of Louisville COUNTRY PRODUCE WINES LIQUORS C There was no show no meaningless little Wiley Williams are tucky intl00Jand came to this city at the Messrs John B and Broadway one door west of Ann Frankfort Ky At speeches no sunshine friends at this gatherselling one oftliebest fhVceiJt cigars tobi age of 15 and entered the Land Office had in this city at their telephone pflice on 17 years oYage he was married to Miss ing only a few who entertained feelings The Worlds Greatest Instruments Sarah BYanbam who lived but a few veara of sincere regard for the welfare of the Broadway I after marriage and bv whom he had four happy couple who have so modestly and Cheering Pianos Gatilsr Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs One of the shocs worn bytiieelebrtied children allof Whom are now dead The happily launched their boat on the sea of racehorse Bmroo in yl tjig pcesjwoijy eldest John served as a soldiqr in the Mexr matrimony J ican war During his leisure hours while After the ceremony was performed and 105 Fourth Avenue him this season is on exhibition at J Louisville solo agent for nil Swigerts drV good 4 store- JO in the Land Office Mr Moore studied law expressions of heart felt good wishes were of the above which in selling for 20 yeurs f am I given the company was invited to such a convinced nro the very best made Everything pertaining to music to be found here Thorp wns a tolerably fair crowd in town and was examined and granted a license by the late jov Jos It Underwood and was supper as would have done bredit in point MofniavrCountv Court day btit difisiiicssJ of good taste afid variety to the grandest The mer- - sworn as an attorney at the same time as S was rather quiet on the street B the late Gen Humphrey Marshall After a flairs of modern times Every one who chants nad a veryigooq traue practicing law for a year his health began knows Mrs Browder will readily under The children of the Presbyterian- - Sun to fail and he opened a commission and stand that only the nicest and best and Office ami Residence Mansion House Block St dav school had a very pleasant excursion grocery store in the room afterwards occu- daintiest ices and fruits and confections Clair Street Alley which could find a place on her table up the river Monday on Mr S V Pences pied by Messrs Greenup FRANKFORT The bride was a young lady much es-Â¬ Thev left Chinns wharf stood on the present site of the grocery saw mill boat Apr 26 ly a Itttle before Voon and returned abVutjjatore of Mr Henry Geobber on the corner teemed by those who knew her highly 7 oclock in the evening of Lewisnd Broadway streets where he accomplished beautiful modest NEW PLANING MILL The bridegroom is1 welT known to everydealt extensively in tobacco buying and Messrs CruteherStarkshaveoflered a selling most of that staple raised in Owen body in the city nR a quiet gentlemanly special premium of a twentfive1 dollar He afterwards sold out and accommodating young man countv the fastest bicycle two mile bicvele suit for We sincerely Wish them all the happiness Having recently added to his Establishment a moved upon Main street to a room which dash on tlfcfifipday o ojrtj coraiOftii- stood where First Class Planim Mill the store rootii recently occu- iipd prosperity that can fall to human lot should Our young men who have machines I now prepared to furnish all kinds ot pied by Mr 0 S Walcutt now stands aiid Several weeks ago a n euro man went to l ao into training at once and make the con conimonced the dry goods business in Sail Doors lini Frames the house of Mr Robert Cruteher in the WwHil v test spirited Which he Continued to the day of his dehtli J j ede of Woodford coutity shot his dog youth Frank- Â¬ His place of business was burned in tijif ALSO Flower thieves are abroad in cursed lus wife and Tun the place for They are not satisfied with the fall of 1853 when the great Main street a while In order to avoid fort Turning arrest this Scroll- Work Stair Work fire took placed but rebuilding heqontiuued bloom but take plants up by the roots and cullerd pussoii Gotten out in the Best Stylo info this enmeover May 15 tf carry them off Two yards adjoining on to sell goods at the same stand until several county Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Hughes Cross street have been robbed ot some years ago when an unfortunate speculation handsome plants the last week but the caused him to lose all of this property his whereabouts and procuring a warrant thief has been sharp enough to cover up Instead of sitting down to mourn over the started out in search of him Thev found prospect of ptfvfcrfy iitlijs old age lie gath him his trail at work in a harvest field about five ered together a small stock of goods the miles froni town and ajter a lively About one oclock lastSaturdayMr11 I net dav after he was sold out aiid com- - overhauled him and hroijijht him in chaee Captwill deliver pure CrystalinIce at my residence fioins residence or any part of tho C Dunigan of the firm of Hughes it menced businets aiiQW city at ne cent per pound attempted to screw up tne nuuie Duniiran PHILIP II G0IN Truly he wasa remarkable man full Attention is called to the advertisement May 22 tf of the large saw at the Eclipse Saw null of energy to the last Although repeatedly of Mr Dan Hancock in another column when the wrench slipped and the saw urged to leave oil business and go anil Persons having horses to boar or break caught the forefinger of his right hand spend his remaining days with his children would do well to call and see him MUWVKR JAS v cutting it oft near the first joint Dr U mdaviki he invariably refused saying that if he was called and amputated I5RAWNER V Williams McDANIEL Attention Foresters left his store and sat down to idleness lie the finer would die in a flw weeks There will be a called meeting of Court For any nnd all kinds of Briek fur In 1834 he was iarrjej a second time to Fleetwood No 20 I O P oh Wednesday nlo nt the lowest marketlirtok Work Our enterprising merchants Messrs Lee priec Ordt rs lelt nt Herrmann and Sol Harris have offered Miss Marv Boonewho survives him By evening next July 14 at 8 oclock for the W J Chinns coal scales will receive prompt at Â¬ A full tention transaction o special premiums at our coining fair the this marriage hoiha seyen children six of ilttepdance of important business theimembera is earnestly former forlhbestjstalk oflrtobrfccopfiVH whom are Hvingt1wo W this city three in requested Bv onler of the latter fox thebeet single turnoutand Louisville and onein Texas vaiuxsfONT todd Th fohner residneo otV 0tt6 Von Birr His funeral tofflvulaeaesterdftyinorniHg if theiFelnuuTile WHMollawny ft number t nojv ocoMpio t hy K M 11 Sec ftuo imatod un S of otherslour aiinual ilijryfluUliflafitiocess Ifrom the- Christian UhUrch of which ire ond strcut heiweon luii and Lotran stni HiM t VJUlni Many of ourMtnetclfahTswtUkGHicle or no had been a tnfembtfr fAriiearly fifty yeHrlr ICV The lut tillpwJivriip orilfyiophwipliitert suH pijthPrnnkftirf rojr inn runs irons about 0 HO interestinib and think it strange that it is and was largely attended Prof VJ Jpv pi I e niiiiier lor ncne ami inooii renueruig ttflV V Vxt1 torum apply to haul C UHO f t For nil alloy Ilomlun Pickett conducting the services Moet of it highly beneficial for feeble children not all it should be attorney at law Frankfort Ivy -- Â¬ pt-r- i Â¬ - Orli ht jj k Â¬ Â¬ ID2 PAT7LDS - - P SMITH M Physician and Surgeon 1Y Â¬ Â¬ J M WAKEFIELD Moll Â¬ Â¬ ICE ICE 1 1 B RJEOK CONTBAOTOBS FOR JEJAE w - -- y I w a hAtmMi n j Sm - i it V ft Mr T ft Humphries and wife lefljlast F Mr D C Keller Louisville thought it Saturday for aTlwo vfeeksisit tb Wend worth hia time tocome np ahd spend1 the lo 2273447 m in New York w i tf V day in this fclty Monday on a little1 matter 1 posUoflioo at FraBkfortKcntuCky Entered attho - IMieWeofthe katyidTs heard in the of business We hope h rmi with sitclr a second class mat lablo matter Miss Bourne Sanders returned home encouragement ne will induce him to come trees Six weeks till frost Monday from a two weeks visit to friends again OEO A LEWIS OLAUDK IIUOKrKY in Mt Sterling BUCKLEY L LEWIS A fight between two amnll boys drew a Mr W 8 Snffci and his benrrtifal bride Miss Susie Joyce who has been teaching went to Louisville on the enrly morning staa cSL ZE ublisshers large crowd on Lewis street Thursday EdLitors school in TrueBville Owen county returned train Tuesday wliere flier remrtinetl1 until home Thursday yesterday They will probably spend to Rev Green Clay Smith closed the series FHANKFORT JULY 10 1880 Col R H Crittenden United States morrow in Lawrenceburg with the bride of meetings at the South Frankfort Baptist Marshal for Kentucky was in the city the grooms mother and then Wills smiling TERMS Church Thursday night first of the week countenance will beam happily on Mondnyr tfiroircM the little window at the cenerat The Wrkkly Roundabout is published ovory The balcony in front of this office is in- Â¬ Mrs Annie Jensen and her brother W delivery ol the posiotKce Saturday at ono dollar por annum invariably in tended to serve as a passage way and is H Nichols Louisville are visiting friends advance on the South Side Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents not to prevent any one from falling out the Mrs Geo W Gnyle left Wednesday Money may bo sont by post office money order window AMOUNCEMEflTS or registered letter at our risk afternoon for a visit of several weeks tb CORONER ASS Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths Mr W J Hughes removed to his hand friends in Louisville inserted freo of charge Obituary notices will Mrs Jane Page returned Tuesday afterWo arc authorised te anouc ALEX Mc be charged for at our regular advertising rates some new residence on the site of the old noon from a visit to her son Mr Saint J EWAN as a candidate for Coroner of Franklin Eli Smith house in Sonth Frankfort last county at the August election 1880 Page in Scott county Frankfort to the Front Monday It is an ornament to that part of Mr John G Shaffer and wife of New CITY MARSHAL the city York have been visiting Mr J L Ziegler There is no good reason why Frankfort We ro authorized to announce THOS J of Belle Point this week should not become one of the first cities in TODD as a candidate forro cTcction to the office The catalogues of the Anderson Frank- Â¬ Kentucky The Capitol is already here and lin and Salvisa Agricultural and Mechan Â¬ Mr J W McEwan and wife Midway of Oity Marshal at the ensuing Augsjatclcotion there is no probability that it will ever be ical Association have just been issued from spent Inst Sunday in South Frankfort with the parents of the former The new removed during the next century They are neat the Rouxdabout preefe Mr Jas M Todd jr who has been reservoir baa been constiucted and there well gotten up and display much tsele on MAS A GOODvisiting his sister in Louisville returned will be water enough for a population of the part of the printer home last Tuesday morning 50000 The bridge connecting North and m Mtb D M Woodson left Wednesday Well located and is prepared to Hoard or The steamer S V Fence started down South Frankfort is no longer a toll bridge afternoon for Saline county Mo to spend Break Horscs4in n satisfactory manner Terms The Government the river Thursday morning for a cargo of he summer with her parents but is free to the world low juhlO If has taken charge of the Kentucky river produce but the lock just below this city Mr George Ellie an employe of the and it will soon be navigable from Carroll was in such a bad condition and mo clogged Louisville Commercial has been visiting LOOK OUT FQBiAKE FARE DAIRY Our schools and witli eand and mud that the tower gate his parents in this city this week ton to the Three Forks churches are all that the advanced interests could not be opened and the boat could Fresh Milk from grass fed cows delivered in Mrs Patsy Rodman hns been lying very of the age could require and all not get through ill at the residence of her son Gen John nny part of the city at popular priocs and ideas Rodman in this city the past week these things conspire to make Frankfort The hull of the little steamer Valley has Mrs Calvert and daughter Miss Susie one of the first cities in the State and point given out and Capt E M Drone her of Lincoln county are visting the family as a desirable place for wealth and it out Tho partnership heretofore existfng under the owner is now engaged in building a couple of Dr J It Hawkins near this city business of all kinds to accumulate and firm name of LEE DALY has been dissolved of barges into one of which the machinery Miss Snllie Smith is rusticating with by mutual consent James Daly retiring The prosper of the Valley will be transferred The her relatives in Shelby and Jefferson business will bo conducted in tutnre by J tiKJti But added to all this it seems almost She will be absent several weeks LEE and a liberal share of the public patron will be furnished with steam power counties ago is solicited JEltE LEE certain that within the next few months other Master Charley Hardin son of Hon C JAMES DALY dry houses and in a short time the Captain will be tobacco warehouses large is spending a navigating the Kentucky with two boats A Hardin Harrodsburg stemmeries and tobacco factories will be couple of weeks with relatives in the city This subject is instead of one put in operation here Misses Emma Belle and Julia Abbett of con Â¬ attracting attention and already Newport are visiting their grand parents Personal Rev W McD Abbett and wife in Belle sultation meeting of the tobacco growers OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND Miss Mary Lynch has been very ill this Point for sale Henry Owen Scott Anderson of Franklin week G B MACKL1N Mrs William McEnnis who hns been Shelbv and Woodford have been called at Miss Eliza Green is visiting friends in visiting her parents in Pennsylvania the this place for the 14th of August for the Newport MILCH COWS FOR SALE1 paet month returned home Thursday purpose of taking steps to inaugurate this Gen D 0 Buell was in the city the first morning movement in the interest of the tobacco of the week Mrs W C Perkins nee Miss Loulie I have ten good Milch Cows five of which aro The movement promises to be a trade Mr Richard Godson spent the Fourth at Shockley formerly of this city died last freh which I will sell cheap tor cash JOHN KIERNAN his home in Midway success night at her home in Lexington of 51 tf We understand it is to be organized on Uncle Dick Sharp is very ill at his flux the warehouse com residence in this city the plan of allowing Mr Winfield Huff and Misses Com Mrs Harriett Page of Covington is visit- Â¬ Savage and Jennie Jones of Columbus pany to make advancements of money to Ohio are visiting the fnmily of Uapt John the tobacco growers to enable them to ing relatives in thiscily city plant and raise their crops with the under Â¬ Chns Tilden Esq of Louisville lias Walcutt near this in the city this week been Miss Etfie Chestnut who has been visiting standing that all crops advanced upon are Miss Jennie Markham has been visiting her brother Hev d JN Chestnut m St to be handled by the warehouse company Louis Mo for several weeks returned friends in Midway this week This is a good plan and will be profitable A LABOR STOCK OP home Wednesday morning Mr Frank Siler of New York is visiting to all patties besides it will enable small LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS Rev Dr B McCown and wife of his fathers family in this city tobacco growers who now plant only one Anchorage who have been visiting Rev In Bulk and in Papers Miss Virgie McEnnis of Pennsylvania Green Clay Smiths family in this city or two acres to plant ten or twenty and in is visiting relatives on the South Side AT returned home Tuesday this way increase the acreage Looked at LeComptes South Frankfort Drug Store Miss Lulie Walby of Lexington is Misses Eva and Fannie White who from any standpoint such a business must visiting Miss bailie Hughes South Side have been visiting relatives in this city and We hope the meeting of August pay Dr Chas C Lewis of Owensboro is county for several days returned to their 14th will be largely attended by tobacco men visiting his fathers family in this county home in Alton last Sunday growers as well as wholesale dealers Moore of Louisville has Mr Brent Mr Ben Marshall who is employed in There will be something for all of them been visiting relatives in this city this week the paper establishment of the Brecmaker to do Mr F E Jouett of Louisville has been Moore Company Louisville hns been visit visiting his mother in this city this week ing relatives in the city this week The city assessors books for the year Mr C M Abbett of Newport who h a 3880 show the following as the valuation ofi Dr Jas Rodman of Hopkmsville has been visiting Ins parents Hev W McD FRANKLIN been visiting relatives in this city this week in this city Abbett and wife in Belle Point this week taxable property Mrs R L GriiiBtead of Belle Point has returned home yesterday morning 1503343 White list North Frankfort been visiting friends near Ducker Station 403101 Mrs Louisa A Moore and Miss Miriam White list South Frankfort this week mouNxmY WuibIow of Carroll ton who have been 82340 Colored list North Frankfort 188 Vine Htret Cincinnati Ohio Mrs J C Wells and daughter Miss visiting Mrs W McD Abbett in Belle ALLISON SMITH 37255 JOHNSON Colored list South Frankfort Nellie ol MpringUeld 111 are visiting in Point for several weeks returned home Tliu Typo on which Oils papwr Is prtatel UfrofB 208609J thie city yesterday Total WEEKLYROUNMBOUT I The city taxes for the yefttU880nmount f l J Â¬ DAN HANCOCK - Livery Stable DISSOLUTIOIT COAL COAL Â¬ Â¬ TYPE E tlur ubovo Fouitdr v - jv WP - rnw-fsw-rwiMsw- - A ifmmfi1 tfp if vkiMfmmihi - f V 3 Smoke the Camille the very best 5 ny cent cigar on the market at Day Halfs FlUNRrORT JOtY 1 1880 For Sale A cood second hand rock- 144 UVw Market St bet Furth and Fifth Tlie Good Temulnro meet at their hall away and a set of harness which has been LOU18V1LLE Temple next Thursday used less than two years CITY AND COUNTY jnOdd Fellowa LUBGEST HICHAM l Inquire at thir Mnv b evening at eight oclock There wil be otlice an election of officer npd a till attendance TO TRAVELERS Call at Day HafTs and buy your grois desired ceries crockeiy and glassware at old prices On and after AnrilSth 1870 trains on tko L before the late advance C A L It Kwilhcavo Frankfort daily Sundays Wm Flynn one of tlie hands employed excepted as follows nt It N Archer Cos Bnw mlll had the SolBoys black luster coats for 75 cents at Harris Clothing House TIUIN8 WKST m first joint of his right thumb cut off and 815 Frankfort No 4 Tcavo A Circulating Library for sale at a bar 250 o m the back of his hand pretty badly cut by gain No 12 Lbavo Frankfort Will sell whole library or separate TRAINS BAST the edge saw Wednesday morning volumes and will offer our books for rent THE CLAUDENT i m No 9 Loavo Frankfort until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed oi 54 p m Lcaro Frankfort No It Rev Green Clay Smith of this city has application to Marshall Meagher Tho 250 P M train will maka close connoc been appointed Chaplain of the first brigade formorly for Cincinnati tion as There is nothing more refreshing this hot E P BRYAN Atent of Kentucky State Guard and his son J weather than iced tea made Irom Day WSti Duke Smith has been appointed Halfs Extra Choice Japan Tea which the the commander with the rank of are selling at the low price of 75 cents per Major Hall is to be improved Try it pound First Lieutenant Boys Mohair coats for 50 cents at Sol Want to buy any blackberries Next Tuesday evening July 13 nt 8 Harris Clothing House Special bargains in Languedoc lace at The hands at the cotton mill enjoyed oclock Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M Griffin Bros meets in regular communication and as holiday Monday A good coat for a boy for 25 cents at Sol there ie business of importance to be brought The Fourth was celebrated with fire before the Lodge a full attendance of the Harris Clothing House A nice stock of silk sun umbrellas at works Monday night TbtB novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives Its members is requested name from the Latin Claudto to draw together Marshall ifc Meaghers Owing to the The east end of Cross street South Durkee8 Salad Dressing a ready made when adjusted ingenious construction of the shield Col D A Peters auctioneer made the to tho wearer the round corners draw much needed Frankfort has received some following sales on the street last Monday rich and delicious dressing for chicken inward conforming in Its graceful outlines to the lobster oyster or any other salad tor salt neck and chest Examine carefully for the Patent repairs this week One mare 12 years old 32 15 one cow at Duy tV Halfs Stamp on the back of each Scarf None others are 30 and one nt 39 50 dry Tiiiivfilista who roll around the streets and calf at Dusters calico alapaca and luster coatc genuine For sale at 18 15 28 50 by the thousand at Sol Harris Clothing two horse wagon on dark nights carry red lights attached cow 16 50 40 yards Brussels House spring wagon to their machines carpet 20 One house and lot offered MA1JLV One hundred convicts left this city Tues but no bids obtained day morning under guard to work on the In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at Mr George Buhr will shortly begin the Bij Sandy railroad remodeling of his building on Main street The Genevieve llodgers theatrical troupe for the purpose of converting it into a hotel Who have just received a mammoth stookof will exhibit at Major OperaHouee during It will be extended back and raised another fair week September 21 to 24 story and when completed will contain m Which they offer at prices to suit everybody The Democrats propose to have a mon twenty six bed rooms besides parlors office Ehey keep none but tho vory best and guarantee room and dining hall Jt will be kept dvery article to bo just as represented and Full ster Hancock and English ratification bar Wright in every instance A fnll lino of on tueauropean plan H meeting in this city on the 15th jnst w j STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES W Wa ii j iui niuuiumu n iujiui ill uiu Uiuzeil The steamer S V Pence will take the operatives of the Kentucky River Mills of this county died at his residence near Stone Ware up the river on an excursion next Saturday Bridgeport on Wednesday last in the 72d Wooden year of his age He was an upright man nd everything usually kept in a firstdas The Farmers cried before they were in all his dealings having ithe respect and grocery 3J- - Tryour 80 centTeaand choice brand hurt the small grain ia not near eo badlv confidence of all who knew him and fn bin tf Coffee damaged by the wet weather as they sup death the Bridgeport community loses a Best Frosh Oysters always on hand 15 tf posed beloved neighbor and the county valuable jan M- The county and circuit court clerks citizen buildings about the court offices and other DRALRR IK The population of the Peaks Mill pre8UCCK3SOK TO house have been greatly improved by paint cinct in this county according to the this week ana Salt Meats cf All Kinds census just completed is 2723 Of that The Baptist Sunday school of this city number four are J5 years of age and one St Clair St near Wooden Bridge Is the Cheapest place to buy your met the Providence and Shiloh schools a lady 101 years old The latter has a The Thursday and had a delightful picnic at daughter living 73 years of age STOVES TINWARE Benson precinct has 933 inhabitants This Blacks pond Meats of all kinds delivered to any part of magisterial district outside the city imitq the oity free of charge Give mo a call A juvenile military company was organ has 2977 souls The Forks of Elkhorn It is to be district has a population of 1359 ized in this city Tuesday night House H AVERILL Goods Guards Kenner called the Hancock A thousand pounds of rock taken from Opposite Post Offlce Frankfort Ky Taylor ib the captain a shaft near Bridgeport in this county by Music Musical Goods The recent rains produced a tide in the Mr William Field of DePere Wisconsin South Fork of Kentucky river which has been tested in new York and yielded URGEST BESTASSORTMENT III THE CITY Iron and Tin Roofing brought out a dozen rafts of saw logs at the rate of 12 60 in gold and 10 12 Strings Tor Piuno Violin Violoncello Guitar Guttering c They arrived in this city Tuesday in silver per ton This shows conclusively Banjo Ac A full line of Instruction Rooks al Â¬ ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited the Franklin county gold mine will pay Musio JOB WORK A SPECIALTY published any whero promptly obtained at The Farmers Bank of this city has de Â¬ that and Mr Field is now endeavoring to organise Publishers Prices Now Music received month- clared a semi annual dividend of three per a company to work the mine About ten cent and the Bank of Kentucky will de years ago this mine was worked by parties Dealer in all Kinds of clare a dividend of four percent from the North but not having the proper Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding DKALKK IN The tri of Tom Buford has been post- machinery for reducing the ore the experiponed until November Judge McMauama ment proved a failure We hope that Mr Laths Shingles cc will succeed in getting sufficient capital did not reach Owenton until after court Field Office and Sar Mtlla near Railroad Bridge Willsollatthe rery lowest figures had adjourned O B Hallam Esq wa subscribed to enable him to make it a suc IF A O Tl X cess this time the special judge Jan 31 ly Â¬ WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT y TKcnewclifetillery of J Swliffcrt Tnylor dn ulenne crefc commenced operations LOCAL NOTICES Photographic Studio ky WYBRAWTS THE Claudent j 9a POT zfenSz aid-de-cam- p illllf Â¬ street BEST PXjlCID P V Gray Ooa BEST IN THE WORLD CHOICE GROCERIES CRUTCHER STARKS Â¬ it Pii iiiw i CANNED and OOES J STEPHENS COLUMBIAN E H Â¬ TAYLOR Co m Watson W Furnishing and MANTELS GRATES c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W J OHINN J M WAKI FIELD ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ FOR CASH K IF Ky a Jfcfl tfrji ifW A1 Vfttytei 3L r vj J M K LKOMDMOTJT va Quarterly court next Monday Council Proceedings Tli e mercury rose fonrMegreesin nnhour Thursday morning Utiou Benevolent Society colored will Lie u picnic in Browns wods on the 3Jat lll t I 4 he rfoiMiiifttreffiriof M citv raw WVP 9 fc U nii 1 Leinjton next Monday nijrht Mr M MMntttrn is ilttiny upland will ivcupv aa aphotograph gallery the room ovfji Tthe storeroonwecehlly occnvJ tl by 1 M A IMwor v t 11 i number of ladies arid gen em en of ihishuy willo with thexcursionf party from vi N uVmgton to NiagnrFnlLtloathje - IUli in- v AW lei t m The Asembly Ball Club JrfT gnvc a delightful hop nt the Capital Hotel last night nuil the yomifffolkVtripped the light snutnstie till a htfe hour n If your Roundabout is marked on the first pvge with v our subscription lias exoired and mustbe lenewed before you receive ano her paper ared X it indicate that 3 1 ThercwlMe Usui no prenchingat the GhvU CluircMto jnovtow butlit 10 oclock in the member- - of that congregation will meet and have heir usual communion ertoef TO 3VT Vl 3 i rapidly pro srredsing1 AlHpersona svishing employment will do well to call on Captain Goin at the book -- or see Mr Thomas Hales who p now in ibe oityt rv The work ai fcoclc No The steeple of the Catholic Church in this city has been paiiited tliis wepkand while the work progressed nunferojiS small ciowd gathered to watch the movements i the workmen as they climbed like 93 94 95 ipnrreln from the roof to the cross -- I -- i 1 Kmilah MrtTiNo FiiAlkrmiT Ky rfulyO 1880 Bryan Present Councilmen Burns Church Dn vill Liinclier and TobinHis Honor the Mayor being nbpcnf ILLUSTRATED On motion of Councilman Tobin Couti filman Dnvall was elected Mayor pro inn ffiosli Catalogues The following petition were pre cnted and referred to appropriate committees with power to act SENT JTREff Manufactory Of John B Dryden asking an appropria- Â¬ OF tion of 150 for new scenery in Major Jrinl of Geo Hnhr asking consent of Council REED ORGANS to add one story to his house on Mainstreet i The following petitions were granted IN THE Of Frank Gober asking for coffee houae license of John Hunt asking for license of Minus WilHntnB for small grocery asking to be relieved rrom his contract on reservoir dam to pay ten dollars per da IN after the nth day of April of Tim Sullivan asking reduction of his water tax tp six dollars per annum of Hichard Tobin ask Combined with ing reduction of price of coal tar furnished 1 0 per barrel Feeble minded Institute to Purity of Tone Councilman Bryan moved that Mr John Watson cashier of the Deposit Bank be Durability requested to pay the citys overdrafts on his Adopted Bank AM J Reports of various city officers for the Finish month of June presented and appropriately referred THESE Semi annual report of School Trustees BHmSBBKHBmbSm WiUmBBM presented and referred to Committee on Schools Chairmen of Committees to whom same ahi had been referred reported back reports of the various city othceis lor the month 0j RIVALED May as correct which were ordered filed Oidinaiice unanimously adopted directing Citv Clerk to close tlitrfollowing nccounts now standing open on the citv hooka byj making proper entries under the direction of the Finance Contmittec to throw them fcb 21 Cni into the ordinary revopjie or their respective piTOper nccountflTCityof r rankfort accouutr South Frankfort account South Frankfort paupers South Frankfort streets South Frank for tpol ice Miss Andrews estate W 5 Goodwins account S C Say res account J G Hatchifts account John Halys account Major Hall six per cent private loan account Qn motion ordered that the tax book for thepyihr TtffiOthe placed in the hands of the City Treasurer andjo remain there until the Kith of August The City Cbrk reported the following I will offer my entire stock of Men7s Boys and Childrens Clothing school coupons as redeemed 8S 90 91 92 J ESTE Y tc CO Jm SfmMtKKmJf Extensive World POWER fORGANS BRATTLEBORO VT OF -- GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Clothing Â¬ Clothing Clothing at -- Mr H Brack Haner was at work on 7s i TTitt i vi f m Wie v jrNwvmnnU ar noiiMsion WWednesday and was homing a piece ot ft WW - yigii - j uJ S3 Denijis Griflin to chop a being in the vny hi hand the leaves and Mr Griflin the hatchet CHttjngofiHhc sidewalk cpnetrncted is s iy fe On motion of Councilman Tobin the Fire forefinger of his left hand Committee was directed to have the cistern Mr Ed Power has removed his tin shop at the corner of Wilkerson qnd Clinton streets enlarged to a rooiu in tWoeltfjockfQn Inn street On motion the Board then went into two iloois from K C Churchs stable and ixjsgLTiv session workmen have been engaged this week in On motion Councilman Bryan was ap roonH pointed a committee to take a note from tearing put the parthipu between the lately occupied by him and the Jfit6re 6t F B McLean lor ambiriu ot gas bills of tlkspyty agqinsjSquJ McLean Me MN Criitchev it Starks injordew to On motion of Councilman Tobin His make room for the immenee stock of the TIonorASf M MajorMhvot was rip latter gentlemen who will in future occupy pointed a committee to settle with Gen D W LijidHcy fn regard to the judgment of it the city agrtinfct Stewart rtifd his sureties Councilman Tobin moved to postpone One of the five negro convicts employed the olection of btjdge kepper until the next bear regular meeting and the yeas and nays upon the farm of Mr Leti J Co Stedmantown flole a pair of pants from beina demanded thereon resulted as follows Mr Lewis Cox Tuesday nigit exqliangkl Tho e who voted in the nfiirmative were lis Honor tire Mavor pro icm Duvnll wr ooiincilmcnJlrviinvfehurcli and ToWn a them lor his stripes and decamped Tom Hancock and a young i Han hyhe j lnMlienegrttieOouncilmen Bnrnbfarii Roberts living near ElmvilTe huRchur 2 name of Accounts tothe amount fif SlouO 77 overhauled him in JJiat neighborhood wproj Wednesday afternoon brought lini toj ilere ui ehitM jxiiiivifll 1ojvejandcoiv fTnlil Varilen r And then upon motion the Board ad town and turned hiiij tover t tont nt the 1enitentiary jouYneH JI -- tiuibt r Aoy Mr limb Of a tree wa- - hidden by truck him wjth 97 98 100 101 102 104 109 and HO which were burned in the presence of the Council City Clerk also reported city bonds to the amount of 7000 as redeemed which weie on motion of Councilman Bryan ordered cfinceledrtdufffceur and tiled nvny On motion of Councilman Church the property owners on south side ofMero street froinrAnn to Uighj were directed to hnvo 105 107 103 STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits Blue Flannel Suits 6 50 Oood Light colored Casstmerc Suits 7 00 Boy Blue Flannel Suits 5 00 Odd Pants from 75 cents to 3 00 Mens Office Coats 35 Ioys Coats 25 Boys Mohair Coats 50 Boys Black Lurfter Coats 75 less than former prices Larn e Stock Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 to Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats below cost at K - 3 75 Â¬ SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE 1 it N B Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable for confirmation Cor Main and j St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky 1 3300K H TO XIIE andjob PtoisrTxira 1 Biiirc -- ijij op u raTJTz XlOXJJVXi3LB OUT oinrioifl jit 1 Hprnrnttm1