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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers fe DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi FRANKFORT KY JULY 17 1880 Number 43 Â¬ The Little Four Minstrels will give an- Anderson Rice not being able to work DnT T BttAnpoims Curo for Rheumatism Fist fights are becoming popular an St Gout other exhibition nt Major Opera House at his trade turned organ grinder Wednes but a and Neuralgia This ia not u nostrum Clair street preparation compounded by an experinext week It will be worth the price of day and made music about the streets for enced physician with a view to the curo of tho Since the wnrm weather set inlawyers admission to see the new scenery that Mr the amusement of the little folks To any who aro Bullerini It above complaints uuor mis romcuy a a sure cure and cnn mid doctors have been trvine their muscle Dryden has had painted lately proved more profitable to him than shoving furnish tho mo t roliablo testimonials from per sons who havoiusd it an I been relieved the plane Price Anderson Rices Flying Dutchman is lifty cents por bottle Further information giv Â¬ W H Gillis sued the straight ticket of en by tho solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford milking things lively for the children down the last city election for services rendered Messrs Hugh Rodman J no W Rod- Auguta Ivy For Wis by V II in Craw them last fall in the suit with the citizens man and W L Jett indulged in a three Frankfort Ky John I Park fc Son Avcrill Â¬ whole febUMlm Mr IT II Murray has had erected in ticket in the Quarterly Court and obtained cornered fisticuff in the court house vard sale agonts Cincinnati 0 his lot in the cemetery a handsome mon- judgment for 35 Wednesday Saturday morning and Dr W B Rodman 0 G GIUILUl CO ument of Scotch granite 1G feet high surand Mr Lewis Weitzel had a round or eo John Rupe is only 90 years old accord in DEALKItS IX mounted by a cross It is an elegant ing to Ins own statement But bid as he Wnllascheks saloon Monday afternoon is piece of work he says lie can still run a race Daily Rather warm for such amusement Staple and Fancy Groceries j Elder J W McGnrvey will deliver a Gazelle One of our young men hired a horse and COUNTRY PRODUCE YINES LIQUORS fiC William was not responsible when he free lecture on Palestine at Grassy Spring buggy from one of the livery stables in this Broadway ono door west of Ann Frankfort Ky Church seven miles from this city on the wrote the above as he had just come from city last Sunday and went to the country Versailles pike next Tuesday evening nt Toms below to spend the day In the evening when he The Worlds Greatest instruments eight oclock We are authorized Bv Mr Milton Mc got ready to come home the hired man had Chfckcring Pianos fobte Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma- Â¬ The foundation for the addition to Mr Grew President of the Frankfort Cotton gone away and being the only man about son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs Geo Buhrs building on Main street has Mill Company to say that the report that the place he had to hitch up tjie horse been completed and the brick work will be that institution is about to stop operations himself lie thought it strangethe harness They have no idea would not set right but after a great deal 105 Fourth Avenue Louisville solo agent for nil will- be a is without foundation commenced next week This of stopping even temporarily of trouble he succeeded in getting the horse of the above which in ollinj for 2o years I am handsome improvement when completed convinced are fhe very best made hitched and drove up to the stile when portaining to music to bo found hore Everything A reader of the RouNDvuouTin Louisiana The wheat crop will be short this year the young man of the house who had just Many farmers who thought their yield Mo writes us as follows returned home met him and asked What S 3 would be twenty or thirty bushels to the The editors of the Roundahout will ac- are you going to do with mothers horse acre found upon thrashing that not more cept my heart felt thanks for their kind lie saw it all then He was not drunk It affords me than half their expectations were realized remembrance of me pleasure indeed to read that spicy little near sighted or absent minded but he had Office ami Residence Mansion House Block St The local news to me is interesting mistaken a two hundred and Jifty dollar A number of Knights of Frankfort sheet Clair Street and calls to mind long years ago when I Commandery No 4 K T visited Ver too was a boy in Frankfort May God horse belonging to the lady of the house RAJNTiviForrr for the livery plug he had driven there and sailles Wednesday evening and attended prosper you and yours Apr2iJ ly the meeting of Versailles Commandery No We thank this former Frankfort bov for was about to be off with it iNEW PLANING MILL 3 and witnessed the conferring of the lied his good wishes and hope he may liveAbout two oclock Wednesday morning degree on several candidates Cross to read our paper for many years to come Mr Thos Rodman jr who lives near the corner of Third and Logan streets South Tuo young bloods in South Frankfort Two gentlemen of this city who have Having reoently added to his Establishment a having caught the contagion had a set to just returned from Cedar Lock report the Frankfort was awakened by a light in his First Class Planing 31ill Sunday afternoon Several rounds were improvement of the river progressing very room and noimr to the window disenvorpil Is now prepared to furnish all kinds ot fought when a bystander interfered got slowly at that point There are but four that the floor of the wash ioom of the several licks from each party and with- men at work upon the dam and seven house opposite occupied by Prof J 0 Blinds Frames Maiding drew telling them to fight it out No wheeling mud out of the lock pit making Mauer was on fire and giving the alarm blood eleven hands employed in all They sav went over in company with several imALSO t the burning of the old dam was a failure mediate neighbors awoke Prof Mauer The McDowell Guard thirty strong Scroll Work Stair Work Turninc to and unless some energy is injected into the and extinguished the Haines as they left Woodluke in this county this morning Gotten out in tho Best Stylo supposed and again retired At hall May 15 tf tor Crab Orchard They will go into camp work instead qf the dams being in a condi tion for the boats to run up to this city in past three Mrs Mauer who was still at Nicholasville to night ami to morrow awake saw the dames burst out of the finish their journey They will be one ot November it will be two years hence and roof of the wash room and gave the second the two critter companies that will be at the whole of the appropriation squandered alarm The neighbors quickly gathered Crab Orchard The Louisville Cincinnati and Lexington but the fire had obtained such headway x win uouvcr pureUrystal lee at my residence Mr Thos Fleams horse became fright- Â¬ Railway Company will run their second that it was impossible to check it and they uapi itoiu siesiucnce or in anj part of the ened at some object on the Lnwrpitccburg royal excursion to Niagara Falls and re turned their attention to saving the fund- city at one ceut per pound PHILIP H JOIN pike near the Cedar Run Distillery Mon turn leaving on the 9th of August next ture all of which wa gotten out but in May 22 tf Through sleepers will be run from this city a damaged condition Not a breath of air day mid overturned the buggy smashed to tho Falls and return and those who se was stirring at the time and the house burnt it and threw Jlr 11 earn out out fortunately he was not hurt The horse ran cure their berths can make the trip without very slowly The residence of Mr B F JAS I nitVWVKR v i MruxiKI The fare for the round Meek on the we t was in some danger for some distance with the shafts attached to change of cars JIcDAXIia trip from this city will be but eight dollars a tllllP 1111 lllllnl Kt ivnrrt nlnnml tl1 BUAWNKK him but was finally captured L C IT O 3 which placed it within the reach of all eaves next the ilanies and a bucket line kept Harry Mordecai a colored boy employed Those of our citizens who took this trip then i couUnually The louelun Z nt Mr Louis Weitzels confectionery in last year speak in the highest terms of the was a beautiful frame cottage and was the W J Chinns coal scales will receive prompt nt- attempting to keep an ice cream freezer manner in which thev were treated bv the wtv v 4VI IIIUIH MllU IIUMl supplied with ice with one hand and keep railroad ofHcials and those who take ad insurance upon it to the amount of 1500 it turning with the other Monday afternoon vantage of this opportunity to see one of Mr1 Mauer hud no insurance -- L Li TT The hookl got therein of the index tinger of Iris left tlw greatest natural curiosities can rest and ladder company were on hand though The former rcsidonco of Otto Vm Br i hand caught between the wheel and the assured that they will be equally as well they did not arrive until the houe wii8tnov 0CV h D ano situated on oml stropt between Main and h i in n u cogs of the freezer mashing it so badly cared for Eight dollars just think of it nearly consumed but did good work while jSouth Frankfort ICy Tho lot i that it had to be amputated at the first joint Even a newspaper man could borrow that there- The Jire is supposed to have been Meet on soo l tra r v ruin fronts thnu IukOi toe nlloy F r ferms apply to W U Hum l n Dr W B llodmali performed the operation much und go uiuseu 10 auckUlve title ttoruey at law Frankfort Ivy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - F m m F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon icy 25 - J M WAKEFIELD Â¬ ki M 1 Â¬ V J t I t i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 13 R IC Jtl -- lit SfftiLViVi Â¬ j Tir p n r Ji 0x 1 JtS S - a IN K pPWm jKvrtrti-vtf- c- - J - wwAiKJj vr V J Q During the rain Thursdnjafternoon the Prof WJ E Plujnley returned Monday WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT at the corner of Broadway mid Ann afternoon uroin vti jiBJt oeevcMi veek8in fesm Entered at tho pp9toflico ntlrankfortkcnucky Streets liecatiienstoppid tip and the water Penttoivnnik v K i m sccona c asatnniianip raaiier Mr F EV Jotaett returned to Louisville rapidlfy iliitilthe mWsidc rjf BroadVos GEO A LEWIS way from the railroad to the doors of the Monday after a weeks visit to his mother OLAUDti nUOKfKY in this city LEWIS business houses was a sheet of water In BUCKLEY Misses Alic and Jennie Bailey of Emi ZF uTolislaers the gutters it was waist deep and several nence have been thvc gttestaof the Misses IEaItor3 inebriated individuals tumbled in and were Miles this week FRANKFORT JULY 17 1880 completely submerged Mrs Bettie Jessie of Versailles is visiting the family of her uncle Mr George TERMS Huffman South Side Personal Mr Sidney K Smith of St Louis is The Wkkklv IlouanAnoUT is published every Miss Daisy Fitzhugh is visiting friends in visiting his parents Col D Howard Smith Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in and wife in this city Virginia advance 25 cents Six months 50 contsj three months Miss Lonlie Nuckols returned Wednes Dr J S Price hns gone to New York on Money may bo sent by post ofiico money order business day afternoon from h visit of severaj weeks or registered letter at our risk Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths Miss Jennie Mnrkham is visiting friends tc friends in Barren county inserted frco or charge utmuary nonces win in Paris Mr James II Buckley of Earlington be charged for nt our regular advertising rates Hopkins countv is viaiiing relatives and Miss Sue Price is visiting friends in Iriends in this city and couqty Woodford county The correspondent of the Courier Journal Messrs Finlay Busli Albert H Crutcher at this plnce got somewhat mixed in his Mr John Jurey of Georgetown is in and Will L McEwan will atfend the Louisville Law School this fall In Tuesdays issue the city on business Notes and Gossip Â¬ Miss Susie Barr of Louisville is visiting of the C T we find the following in referMisses Jacque and Cordie Jackson two charming young ladies from Bridgeport leaving tho churches relatives in this city ence to congregations Mr T J Ramsey of Shelbyville waB arc visiting Miss Mattie Crockett Last night to thesurpiseof Sunday night in the city Thursday Miss Monie Tate has gone on a trip to every one coming out of the churches there Eld S M Jefferson of Covington lias the lakes and White Mountains in com the streams of people was no gas and as pany with friends from Louisville been in the city this wpek were groping their way toward home the Master Hugh Gay who has been living Dr John L Phythian of Newport has Presbyterians ran suddenly against the in Ballard county the past three months been in the city this week Methodists the Methodists knocked the returned home Monday alternoon Dr C S Abell of Ilarrodsburg was in in turn got over and Episcopalians Mrs Geo W Jackson and her little bruised up bv the Cold water congregation the city the first of the week daughter Alice Orbison left last Tuesday Office Jack Long left Thursday after- morning to visit relatives in Midway who perhaps had just gotten their eyes noon for Snratoga New York This was punched out by the Christians Miss Susie Crockett who has been visitHon John D White of Clay county ing friends in Richmond for some time affairs but tin indeed a terrible state of returned home Wednesday afternoon fortunatelv for the correctness of it there has been in the city this week Miss Johnson of St Louis is visiting Mr S M Bernard and wife and Mrs was no service at any of the churches that Miss Marv Belle Cox this countv Helen Johnson of Louisville are visiting night except the Presbyterian and EpiscoCol J G Craddock of the Paris Ken the family of Prof S P Browder South palian and the congregation at the former Side was dismissed some time before the latter tuckian was in the city Thursday Misses Ruth and Sue Robinson returned That there was no gas on the streets is Miss Emma Morris of this county is Tuesday afternoon from Shelby county where they have been visiting for several true we are sorry to say and if the C J spending the summer in Owensboro Miss Mamie Rinker of Louisville is vis weeks past convince our city and its correspondent can Charlie Kincaid of the Anderson News dads of the necessity for it when the moon iting her cousin Miss Sallie Norwood was in the city Wednesday and Thursday Mr C E Wirgman and family of Louisought to shine but doesnt they will accomHe has just recovered from a severe spell ville are visiting relatives in this city plish a work for which our people will of sickness Miss Fannie Jewel of Owensboro is rise up and call them blessed Mr Jns F Meek of Fort Keough visiting Miss Mattie McKee near Alton Montana arrived in this cilv Monday Maj H C McDowells celebrated trotter Miss Pearl Scofield of Shelby county morning and will remain during the in charge of her trainer Mr is visiting Miss Sallie Robinson South Side summer visiting relatives Trinket Mr W E Day and wife who have Wiley Brassfield left for Chicago Tuesday Miss Jennie Merchant of Louisville is will trot next Satur- visiting her aunt Mrs C J Smith South been visiting relatives in this city for afternoon where she several weeks returned to their home in day the 24th inst against Maud S for a Side Chicago Monday alternoon purse of 1000 600 to the first and 400 Dr Win Payne of Galveston Texas Mr Jaa C Ernst General Ticket and Maud S has trotted has been visiting relatives in this city this to the second horse Passenger Agent of the Kentucky Central a private trial in 117 but her best public week Railroad was in the city Tuesday working time is 226 while Trinket has a public Miss Lucy Hanlie returned from a visit up the Niagara excursion in a fourth heat to friends in Covington the first of the record as a Mrs Dr J no R Desha and Miss Mary week Desha ol Lexington and Miss Mamie of 219 and it is expected that the race be of Virginia are visiting the A Robertson has been very ill Campbell be close and Mr Geo tween these two cracks will tamily ol 1ror J JJ Pickett exciting After the meeting at Chicago for some time at his residence in Belle Messrs Sidney French If J Hyde and Trinket will enter in the 210 class through Point D II Goyne have been attending the Hon J C Wells and wife are attending the central circuit which extends from the temperance camp meeting in Nicholas temperance camp meeting at Park V Hill Chicago to Hartford Connecticut and on the Maysville and Lexington Railroad county this week she will do some fast traveling before Mrs A WSmith and children of Louisshe comes home again She is a beautiful Mr Geo R Middleton of the Henry ville are visiting Mrs Dr Morris this County Local G Allison Holland of the blood bay with no white about her except county hminencc Constitutionalist and C W the left hind heel and is but fifteen hands Miss Nannie Browder returned the first Burton of the Anderson News were in the three inches high of the week from a visit to relatives in city Thursday Louisville Mr Frank Montgomery who has beet The city owns the bridge now and can Miss Pattie Roberts returned last week in Lexington for tjie past three weeks filling send the fire engine over it when it is from a visit of several weeks to friends in the place ol one o flie telegraph operators i ceded in South Frankfort Let cisterns Louisville who was sick is at his post again in the otlice in this city be dug on that side of the river so that Prof J D Pickett is attending the the engine can be of service in case of fire National Teachers Association at Lake Mr Frank L Wells spent a few davs i i til city the first of the week with his Chatauqua fathers family He returned Tuesday to The price of admission to the fair was Messrs Will Thomas and Dick Dunlap Southern Kentucky where he is engaged reduced at a meeting of the directors of of Danville have been visiting Mr James in the interest pf the Kentucky Law Re- Â¬ Kentucky Industrial Association Tuesday M Todd jr the past week porter afternoon from 50 cents for adults to 35 Miss Katie Kahr wha has been teaching Mr Horace ppckrill who has teen sfjdy cents n nd for children from 25 cents to 20 school in Owen county for some months ing law under Messrs 1 lord Tra hue in past has returned to her home in this city this city for Borne months past has bein cuits A wise reduction Â¬ Â¬ d admitted to the bar and leaves for his home in Irviu EstiM county fljis morning to begin practicing He is a deserving sober young rnanVaud ia declined to make his mark in the world We wish him success JJORN B Â¬ In this city on tho 8th inst tn tho ivifo of Norwood a dnughtcr Mary Emiv A k OBITUARY year oi At Guthrie Ky Juno lfitli in theStUh ins ago J finnjb uiiaham son of tho lato John II Graham Esq of tuie miy Finnic was from his loved ones toiMnir to securo th6ro a home to which ho fondly hoped to taitc mom tn tho early Inn hiikc a noble soldier ho died nt his post being struck by a passing train nnd so wounded as to dio within a few hours Tho deceased leaves a wffo and two lovely children and a largo cirolo of relatives and fru nds to mourn lua untimoly death Ho was warm in his sympathies strong in his friendship noblo nnd generous to all h on coil o wna beloved by all who know him Tho defeota of his life being lost sight of in the many excellent traits of his character DiKt Â¬ J B T ANNOUNCEMENTS CORONER Â¬ authorized to announce ALEX Mc a candidate for Coroner of Franklin county at tho August election T88U Wo aro I5WAN a CITY MARSHAL We aro authorized to announco Til 05 1 TODD as a candidnto for reelection to the office of City Marshal at tho ensuing Augmt election Â¬ Â¬ BAN Well HANCOCK nAS A Â¬ and is prepared to Board or located Break Horsesjin a satisfactory manner Terms low Livery Stable jul It tf FOR GOOD LOOK OUT USE PAKK BMRYf Â¬ Â¬ my Fresh Milk from grass fed cows delivered in part of the city at popular prices DISSOLTJTIOIT Tho Â¬ of LEE A DALY haa been dissolved by mutual consent James Daly retiring Tho business will bo condueed in future by JERB LEE nnd a liberal share of tho public patron ago is solioited JERE LEE JAMES DALY firm natno partnership heretofore existing under tho -- four-year-o- ld Â¬ A liAKGB STOCK OP LANDKETIIS GARDEN SEED3 In Bulk and in Papers AT Â¬ LeComptes South Frankfort Drug Store Kvvisri tijiisr 108 Vine Mraet ClnehtnnH ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON 3TOTJN JDKV Ohio Tliu Tyjx oti which thU pain Is printed Ji from tx wHp 4w fc5iwftiWli iiaiiimilMTIMTMtaflllMWdTmllijilMllifl I fcUtawit 4 A ifc 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT PlNKP01lTr UHCEST GIRGBUTIDR Royal Tcinplnra next ThurBilityjiilght LOCAL NOTICES JOLY l Tj 1880 IH Bin MD GDDIH Smoke the Camille the very best 5 r are under obligatjoriBjOf Mr W cent cigar on the market at Day Halfs Shelby Witaon for a complimentary ticUet For Sale A good second hand rock to the Shelby Fair which commences Au away and a set of harness which has been gust 24 and continued four days used less than two years Inquire at tliU Â¬ Photographic Studio 141 YHt WYBRANTS Murkrl St bet JiMt after the heavy rain Thursday afterTO TRAVELERS Call at Day Halfs and buy your gronoon Benson got on a big boom and swept ceries crockery and glassware at old prices On and nftor April 28th 1879 trains on tho L away the pontoon and loot bridges cutting before the late advance 0 k L K It will Icavo Frankfort daily Sundays off Belle Point from this city again A Circulating Library for sale at a bar oxccptcd as follows gain Will sell whole library or separate TlUtNS WKST Tuesday and Wednesday were the hottest volumes and will oiler our books lor rent 815 a m No 4 Titmvo Frankfort davs of the season so far The mercury until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed on 250 o m No 12 Loavo Frankfort both days ranged from 9i to 98 degrees in application to Marshall Ai Meagher TIIA1N8 BA8T 904 a in the shade and in the sun it bubbled out of No fl Loavo Frankfort There is nothing more refreshing this hot 54lln tn No 11 Lonvo Frankfort weather than iced tea made from Day A the top of the thermometer Tho 250 i M train will inako close connecHalfs Extra Choice Japan Tea which they tion as formerly for Cincinnati E P BRYAN Aut Mr Frank Rodman was struck in the left are selling at the low price of 75 cents per lry it eye Thursday night by a ball from a Roman pound Special bargains in Languedoc lace at The boys will leave for the seat of war candle He has been suffering intensepain Grillin Bros ever since and fears are entertained that he Morula v morning Durkees Salad Dressing a ready made will lose the sight in his eye rich and delicious dressing for chicken South Frankfort needs tire cifcterns and A childrens party was given it the resi Â¬ lobster oyster or any other salad for sail wants them bad at Day Halfs dence of Mr Thos Rodman sr Thursday of ice were made MonThree large cakes evening by little Miss Joanna Rodman day by Luschers ice machine which was largely attended by the little Ii Frankfort to buy UROCKItlES is at Thts novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives Its One of the heaviest rains that has ever folks who enjoyed it immensely name from the Latin Claudia to draw together Owing to the Ingenious construction of the shield visited this city fell Thursday afternoon Second Lieutenant J L Price will have Â¬ Â¬ olllce LOUISVILLE Mny lfif Fuurthnml Fifth - KY Claudent THE Â¬ iNwif Â¬ BE T PLACE Coa inward conforming in Its graceful outlines to the The Little Four Ministrels did no more command of the McCreary Guards while in Who havo just received a mammoth stock of neck and chest Examine carefully for the Intent than make expenses at Lexington Monday camp at Crab Orchard Capt Thompson Stamp on tho back of each Scarf None others arc and Lieutenant Phythian wil not be able to Which thoy olfor ocnulno Forsaloat x night at pricos to suit everybody leave home on account of business engage Thoy koej none but the vory best and guarantee every article to be just as reprosontod und Full The fire Wednesday morning was another ments Wright iu every instance A fnll line of proof of the necessity for cisterns in South JUAIIV The last mash will be made at the Her- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Frankfort e --a 3sr mitage to day and that distillery will stop A large spreading adder was killed in operations for the season about the middle the front vard of Mr W H Williams of next week During the idle season new Wooden Stone Ware Tuesday near the penitentiary tubs will be put in and everything over- And everything usually kept in a first clasp grocery Try ur 80 cent Tea and choice brand Even the little girls have caught the hauled and repaired of ColTue in Two of them had a fist fight infection Miss Lorena Marston a charming young B at Prosh Oysters always on hand South Frankfort Wednesday night jan 15 tf lady of Midway who is visiting at Mr Owen Richardsons in South Frankfort Rev 1 B Tharp will open his school in the room formerly occupied by the Eclectic entertained some of her friends there last PKALKR IV Institute in September having rented the Monday night It was a recherche affair and was much enjoyed by all who had the building for that purpose Fresh and Meats of All Kind pleasure of being present The young The Leestown Church is going up rapidly folks left at a late hour with many good St Clair St near Wooden Bridge The E II Taylor jr Company in addition wishes for the fair young hostess PRANKFORT - to giving the lot for the building subscribed The wind storm at noon Thursday tore G0 to the building fund Meats of all kinds delivered to any part ot off a large part of the roof of the malt the city freo of charge Give mo a en 11 Old Dan the faithful horse that has house in this city in which was stored a drawn the Adams Express Companys large lot of barley and in order to save it H AVERILL wagon for the past three or four years from being ruined Mrs Harancourt put the died Wednesday morning with distemper tinners at work immediately to repair the Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky SUCCKaSOK TO Music damage Mr John T Buckley got the Musical Goods Co Thos B Ford the handsome Clerk job and he and Mr Ed Ball one of his LARGEST BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY of the United States Court will hereafter Is the Cheapest place to buy your workmen were on the roof during the be found in the room lately occupied by the Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar whole of the heavy rain in the afternoon Banjo Ac A full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ Clerk of the Court of Appeals to the left of and although the water came down in a ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited STOYES TINWARE the Capitol building solid sheet ami soaked them through they Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Publishers Priocs Now Musio roceived monthlyA striped snake about two feet long was continued at the work until completed T brought into town by Mr Win Hawkins House Goods Thursday night about eight oclock without his knowledge however in a sack of corn Tuesday afternoon and when the while the boys were shooting Roman can DEALRK IN G corn was delivered to Messrs Bowen fc Co dles firing pistols etc Robt Craig the his snakeship crawled out creating quite a young man that drives the flour wagon for Iron and Tin Hoofing V illsol la t the vary lowest figures He was Messrs Jones Compton was leaning out sensation among the bystanders of the third story window of Sowers build- Â¬ slaughtered instanter Guttering Src ing assisting Mr Sower in arranging some TP a Mr W R Gaines from Peaks Mill was flags frome one on the opposite side of the crossing the railroad near the depot in a street without looking where he aimed spring wagon Tuesday afternoon when one fired a pistol that had a ball in it up in the M KINDS OF COAL ON HAND of the wheels broke down throwing Mr air and the bullet struck Craig ontering his Donlor in all Kinds of ALL for sale nt Lowest Pricee by Gaines and a lot of groceries he had pur left side about two inches below the nipple G B MACKL1N Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding chased in to the street The horse became and it is thought struck a rib and glanced frightened and ran up Broadway as far as around Dr Duvall was called and dressed Laths Shingles cc MILCH COWS FOR SALE I Hendersons stable where was caugh the wound but has not as yet been able to Office and Sav Mlllj notir Knilroud Bridge I havo ten The wagon was u complete wreck but find the bull Craig is renting comparatively froph which ood Milou Cons five of which arc T will sell cheap tor cash A 1 TP O easy to day Mr Hiiiiina wns iint lmrt 51 tf JOHN KIERNAN Jon 31 ly P V Gray when adjusted to tho wenrer the round corners draw CHOICE GROCERIES CRUTCHER STARKS Â¬ OANNE13 OOODS and STREET if zkiio saw kiy BEST IN THE WOELD Â¬ J M STEPHENS Sii 1Y COLUMBIAN E H W TAYLOR Co and Watson W J OHINN O T Furnishing ALL KINDS OF COAL MANTELS job work KATES O A STT1 COAL COAL smmn J WAKEFIElDr s It RT KY i ty r - tr i4ifai4 ftvid i lAiiiwiT miMES s M Ik ftifi Lfi Jls 4 lKLYilOUKDABOUT I 11 mu wmio ill ill nu as to heed 1CU o clock injunction tian Church to morrow but at lie ye also ready Resolved That out of respect for the be nu the members of that cemgregntton lnvcil lend vt will wcMir t ho usual biullio wjll meet ntul have their usual communion of mourning for the space of thirty days services and that her seitt be draped in mourning Resolved That u copy of these resolutions The ladder on which Mr Charles be spread upon the record of this school Keatherston was standing trimming trees that the secretary furnish a copy to the and that the same in the StateIlouaotyam Wednesday atter family of the deceased in the Koiinmuiioct nnon lelliihd came neaHantiing rhim on be published t death should mnjznrzmH7rt wlj gain and that her unexpected the scriptural iriiiriiiug them warn ih lliMC Resolved ThaJ Nye condole with her family in this their severe and arduous trial and remind them that their1 loss is her eterifnl JESTEYCO ntfria 11 ILLUSTRATED TriK Catalogues SENT FREE SMStil Most Extensive AWt J IMiMMWif 8SSt Tkk Sw iV tf335 i UM Tlro IK3i i MIISCtv v Manufactory of lie top of the ironVfenco but he suceeded in causing the limb of a treo and letting himself down A SN IIoiHlHS Miw Momik Ciiuuott IhiNUY T Sbttlks hmnriltet flllt REED ORGANS in Tiirc World IN petition ofMiumerous citizens of Craw1 whs presented to the Council in April neje injr tor street lamps on the corner of and Clinton streets Wilkerson Hrondwnv ami Blanton streets which was granted and the work ordercil to be done in The people still are left in dark A nril last ness nnd wish to know why it is thus Twenty seven names out of the forty three 54S10 worth of n the petition represent taxable property and they think their petiWill tion is entitled to some consideration the member of the Council from that part of the city see that his constituents interests are ltiokedafter Â¬ Kentucky Fairs The following is a list of agricultural fairs to be held in Kentucky this year so far as reported Bath county Sharpsburg August 3 G Mercer county Ilarrrodsburg August 37 POWER Combined with Purity of Tone Durability AM Anderson county 17 20 17 Lawrcncebnrg August August - county Richmond Madison 20 Boyle county Danville August 20 23 i Finish THESE Sheby county Slielbyville August 24- Â¬ Bridgeport September Nelson countv iBardstown Hewitt Bally of Louisville is 79 visiting relatives here Agricultural Society German- Union Miss Annie Dorton has returned from a town September 8 12 visit of several months to Eminence Simpson county v ranklm beptemtier mostly 16 18 There is a great deal of sickness among children in this neighborhood Kentucky Industrial Association Jiuo Frankfort September 21 24 Mststcr br 4 Wheatthrcshing is progressing rapidly Fleming county The fanners arc mowing their meadows Jl beutember 4 Mechanical Bo tanical ami Zvloical Association Louis ville August 30 eptember 4 Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical Association Lexington August Kentucky Agricultural ORGANS 31-Silp- tem- Elm Spring August fcb 21 fnn - BRATTLEBOEO YT OF Clothing GREAT CLEARANCE SALE othsog A Tribute of Eospect meeting of the Pleasant Hill Sunday-school June 27th Tno A Bell was Hodges ap iilefto tla chair and S On motion Mrs Mollie pointed -- ecretary liodges and Henry T Settles Church S N were appointed a committee to draft resolutions expressive of the great loss they had Mistaiued in the death of their beloved tench er and co laborer in the Sunday school The following pre Mis Belle Jackson amble tiiid resolutions were adopted Wiivrkas By the dispensation of an e all merciful and omnipotent God by wliose goodness whose mercy and whose love we are permitted to meet at this place everv Stbbatli morning to worship Sister has been removed from our Belle lack-son At a nll-wi-- Mason 21 24 1 countv Maysville Ashland September Boyd county Oertfher September 29 October Clothing and Childrens Clothing at McCracken 69 county Paducah Â¬ Christian counts Daviess 13 15 Hopkirisville October Owensboro October I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys Â¬ countv Thorn Grove School commenced Mondav iy Mrs Bttlle Smith of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Morris Miss EmtuaClnre of Henderson is Irs Capt Saiii visiting iei mother Steele t i Dr C II Jones has returned to his home in Columbus Ga after a visit of several days to his cousin W II Jones sr whom he had not seen for 40 years Notwithstanding so much spoilt wheat and clover many sad hearts were made happy thin week by the return of Misses STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE If EXT THIRTY DAYS mid- - Iiiiettest aitractions this church one of in mo r devout constant and as idnous com iiuininints and the community one ol its mo it p miliar pelted and devoted members AAvtt Tml in the death of Sister Belle Jaskson her family has sustained an irreparable loss for she was indeed a kind cheerful and loving daughter who from no duty which could add to i hrank heir temporal or spiritual welfare and wlto ie every act and deed glittered with love and pure and intense interest She being lor her parents and brothers the only daughter seemed especially int Imed with the responsibilities and privileges ol her position and by her modest dqport meiit christian conduct ami spiritual zeal Bellini in a manner not common in one si voting the blind devotion of her inline ilnuc family and the love respect and ijntideiiceof the whole community 1 Belle Jackson this school has lost one of it- ino t earnest competent and zealous UMcher i and advocates and one of it WW theribrc be it That in the death of Sister Mens Skeleton Suits S3 75 6 50 Blue Flannel Suits Good Light colored Cassimere Suits 7 00 Blue Flannel Suits Boys 500 Odd Pants from 75 cents to 5 00 Mens Office Coats 35 Boys Coats 25 J3oys Mohair Coats 50 Boys Black Luster Coats 75 less than former prices Large Stock Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 to Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats Halliciaml Emma Cox from a visit to lower than other houses buy them The blue grass below cost at relatives near Versailles t boys have our sympathy Thorn Grove is in a nourishing condition We have a rood day school Sunday school and preaching every third Sunday afterItevT SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE Â¬ h noon by of Frankfort J who has endeared himself to the people here by hisjcea and interest in their behalf M Lewis TllORV Cor Main and NB St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable for confirmation is no longer and idle dream or boasting aflirm that Fellows Hvoonhosnhites wherein are united natures forces will strengthen man and make his life not only pndiirnlh v i hutsnirklinir with rnda nnd this then we recommend joyous health riiun vuniiir in tin iim wiun or wnep me organism ecomys enfeebled ft to - - - BOOK AND JOB PEINTING CMFMTIOE TO THE ROUNDABOUT At Wl