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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iyy iinmiri uri iniiB f t riiiiillM iki r iBttiiiWflilfe The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEYS LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume iii FRANKFORT KY JULY 24 1880 Number 44 m I spent a night and day here and left on the are erecting a ware room the building of DnT T Bradfords Cure for Ilhouniatistn This 81 ft notri which is to cost 38000 alternoot train for preparation compounded by an experi- Cyntiiiana K July 20ili 1880 I was delighted to meet here Kev J W lenced physician with a view to the euro of tho CAiaisn To any who ire suffering 13th inst an ancient dull looking city of 900 in- - Mitchell Leaving Frankfort on Tuesday formerly of Frankfort whose bov complaints -CUIU UUIU iviuvi u l illllt Villi I was Moti in Lexihgton with its 10000 habitants I found Judge Thos F Ilorgis noble heart still beats warmly for his furnish the mot reliable testimonials from ncr- inhabitants where I met a number of here at the St Cloud Hotel where he is Frankfort friends lie looks just as he sons wno hare used itimd boen relieved Price flfiy familiar faces some of whom were once resting and recuperating after the long hard did when he lived in the Capital City not en bycents per bottle Further information giv- Â¬ tho solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford Mr M light he made in Louisville residents of the Capital City For alc by W II Avcrill He looks ex- - a day older nor a whit less pleasant and Augusta Ky Frankfort Ky John D Park Sons whole Â¬ one ceedingly well and is a much younger look Â¬ cordial in his manners IlartHteins smiling countenance was He has charge of sale ngonts Cincinnati 0 feb2l 0m lie is in the en ing man than 1 expected to see He is rather a large congregation here numbering 429 of the first to greet me joyment of perfect health and is prospering a handsome man slight build and is ex of which number 185 have been added to G G GRAHAM CO I next saw Lemoine Spots ceedingly agreeable in business He appears to know the church during his ministry here No DKALKnS IN wood the musical artist who has given up everybody and has a kind word and a wn Mil or lionrtcil olnvoror runtlnmnn pvur both music and art and settled down to cordial grasp of the hand for all It makes breathed Kentucky air than he and no Stflne nnrl Fnnnv Hrnnfifioa IFe grows handsomer and no difference to him that a man is clothed more popular minister ever preached in solid work COUNTRY PRODUCE WINES LIQUORS C tatter with the weight of increasing years in tattered garments he meets them with Maysville May he live a long life of Brondway one door west of Ann Frankfort Ky After having seen Prof Lake the pedestrian the same cordiality that he does those in usefulness on his lull hourly half mile perambula- - broadcloth He will move with his family It was with some regret I left Maysville tions around the couit house square I to Frankfort in September and will be a but I soon turned my thoughts to the great The Worlds Greatest Instruments proceeded to the new Phumix Hotel for the very popular man there STATP TKMlKIUNCK MKKTINO AT PARKS HI LI Chlckering Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtiman Pianos Ma Â¬ double purpose of getting dinner and seeing son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs Carlisle is by no means an attractive OAMI GROUND tliis handsome addition to the Blue Grass town The houses are scattered about I have neither time nor ability to tell IE 3D It is indeed a fine structure promiscuously and seemed to have been of the beauties of this place SiifKce it to Capital containing all the modern comforts and built without any regard whatever for say that nature never furnished a better 105 Fonrlh Avenue Louisville solo agent for nil of the above which in selling for 215 year I am conveniences to be found in more preten- beauty There is no evidence of thrift more pleasant or more beautiful location convinced arc the very best made Everything pertaining to music to be found here tious hotels in larger cities and it is con- here the people seeming to be content with for a camp meeting ground ducted in a manner that is a credit to its a comfortable living Carlisle is on the Special trains from Lexington and Mays S Here I met Air Jas C Ernst Maysville branch of the K C R R and ville were loaded with people bound for the proprietor D the general passenger and ticket ngent of the is only an hours drive from the famous temperance camp meeting on Sunday The K C R R No more genial or accom- Â¬ Blue Lick Springs day was beautiful and pleasant the grounds modating railroad ofHcial than he can be were crowded and everything passed off so Office and Residence Mansion House Block Si I1URQ WKMlNGf Clair Street found within the borders of this Common- Â¬ has about the same number of inhabitants quietly and agreeably will testify who were under wealth as all VR AN K FORT IvY Some of the best temperance orators in the as Carlisle and does more than three times Apr26 ly his care during the Blue Grass excursion to as much business It is situated on the United States were present and such bursts Niagara last year of eloquence never fell on Kentucky ears Licking Vallev R R narrow guage NEW PLANING MILL To Mr W H Polk editor in chief of and is surrounded by a populous and fertile as that day fell from the lips of Joe Crutch the Daily Transcript 1 am under obliga country Here I met Judge L W An field the Rough Diamond of Indiana Mrs tions for courtesies extended to me and drews the man who gave to Judge Hargis M L Wells of Illinois and Mrs Emma thanking him I take the 440 p m train a license to practice law Other and lesser lights Having recently added to hia Establishment a He is advanced Molloy of Indiana on the in years but is hale and hearty and is still in the temperance work addressed the as First Class Planing Mill in a satisfactory manner KKXTUCKY CKNTRU Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of actively engaged in the practice of his pro- sembled multitude the smoothestand most comfortable railroad fession as he has been for fifty four years and everybody was delighted To A A Doors Blinds Frames Moling in Kentucky Speaking of this railroad Here liveo also a noted authoress Miss Hood of Fleming county is due all the reminds mc that Mr Ernst is not the only Eliza Dupuy whose novels are read with credit for the success of the meeting May ALSO CB oflicial on this road who is given to kind more interest than those of any other he live long and prosper Scroll Work Stair Work Turning Every conductor American writer I left this thrifty little ness and politeness Wednesday evening as some ladies were Gotten out in tho Best Style breakman and station agent is quintes town and proceed to driving into the bridge in a phtcton a May 15 tf sence of these qualities which so endear MAYSVIMK the possessors thereof to the much abused the only place in Kentucky that has the couple of young men on bicycles attempted to pass into the bridge in advance of them Even ones baggage is appearance of a city traveling public As soon as one handled with a considerateness seldom seen alights from the cars he has the impression and when the horse saw them come sud on railroads and the coaches are just that he is in the midst of industry and deuly up from behind without making any noise he became frightened wheeled I will deliver pure Nortern Lake Ice at my elegant I am rapidly whirled along and enterprise It makes no difference that she around suddenly reared up and fell back residence or in any part of tho city as cheip soon arrive at has a population of only 0000 she shows as tho cheapestt ward on the shafts The ladies were very May 22 tf PHILIP H GOIN PARIS public spirit than some cities I know more much frightened and jumped out of the the capital of famous old Bourbon This of whose population exceeds 120000 Here pluuton while the horse was still struggling thriving place dont spread out much but are to be found the finest banking houses in on the ground and some gentlemen who its 3200 inhabitants live on three streets Kentucky some of the largest manufuct- v i miuxiii were near by ran up released tho horse and us c uBAWNKu each of which is a mile or more in length uries and wholesale stores Mavsville com got him up No damage was done fortu BRAWNER McDANIKL Here live people as cultivated and hospita Â¬ petest successfully with Cincinnati for nately but our young bicyclists should be ble as any on the globe and here are Kentucky Ohio Indiana ami Virginia more careful in future how they approach For any and all kinds of Brick Work Brick fur business men whose enterprise is manifest trade It is said that the house of Owens horses as very few of them will not scare tlo 1 at the lowest mnrkct prioo Orders lelt at in the liberal support given to two of the W Barclay carries the largest stock of hard Chinns coal scales will roceive prompt at at their machines tontioir best papers in the Slate and in the large ware in the State One house in this city thriving tfade they do ijkuly sold last year over 300000 worth of boots Mr A G Brawner of this city was on I foujnUtlioitQwn absorbed in a lawsuit and shoes Wednesday awarded the contract for piutjng Stradejr vXPepper jivolyUjg nliouL JlOOGO Pipe bujldjngs adorn wtji8 jtle metroplis up the brick work of the new Tho former reshlonco Agrjcnltural uow lioeupiodNby E M of Otto Von UorriosÂ¬ iranoailruited on Sec and hundreds weft in the court house to and others an being Ipiilt Mr A T and Mechanical College at Lexington ond street between Main nnd Loirnn strops hear the speeches of pitch lawyers as Judge Cox of the firm of Cox Poynter plow South Frankfort Ky Tho lot fronts about in Win Lindsay Col A H Wardj Col W nittpufaclurers is building a 15000 resiMr Jas My Withrdw has withdrawn feet on second street and runs back 2011 feot to For terms apply to W 0 Horndou J an alley C P Breckinridge and Gen Huston I dence and White fc Ort furniture dealers from the race for City Marshal attorney at law Frankfort Ky Editorial Correspondence -- fUta -- T IV FAULDS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon J M WAKEFIELD Â¬ Sit Â¬ Â¬ ICE ICE Â¬ BRICK CONTRACTORS Â¬ rORSALE I Â¬ JBBP1 Apif 1 3v Wfc jyidi WEE KLYROUNDABOIJ i Kntored at the post office at Frankfurt Keqtudkj a second cln 9 mailable int6ri CLAUOKIIUCKMSV jjkigij 010 ALEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and FUANKFORT Evtblislaors- JULY 24 18S0 TERMS The Wbekm Roundabout is published every Saturday fit ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered lottor ut our risk CT Votices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for nt our regular advertising rates Some time since Capt John Walcutt got a pin in liis sock and in walking it nibbed one of his toes so as to make it so sore that he could not put bis foot to the He has had the best medical at ground tentioii but the inflamation cannot be reduced and mortification having set in it is feared the toe and probably the foot will have to be amputated Â¬ There has been a story going the rounds of theress for seVeral 3nvBof llie death of ft convict whojins been working on the Big Sandy Railroad in Kowun comity from inhuman and brufal treatment by one of the bosses on that road and we went to the prison Thursday and inquired what information had been received about it and were informed that it certainly must be A letter had been received a mistake there from Mr L D Craig the inspector in which he stated that one of the convicts had died j that lie had been overcome by heat one day last week while returning from dinner and fell on the road He was taken up and placed in the shade and it was supposed he had fallen asleep but in the evening when the hands quit work it was discovered that he was dead H strikes us that if the man was overcome by heat some one should have been left with him to see that he was made com fortable and the Hies did not bother him even if he was a convict Â¬ Johnson type Messr Allison Smith founders of Cincinnati have just issued a new book of specimens of type manufact Â¬ ured by them which they are sending out to their customers It is a marvel of typo graphical beauty and is very handeomely Any first class printer who cannot bound take this work and select a sufficient number of founts of type to supply a large office must be very hard to please Â¬ railroad company have posted notices in this city that they will en deavor to have the law passed at the last session of the Legislature making it a finable offense for any one but employes of the road or passengers to get on or off trains while in motion enforced and the boys who are in the habit of jumping on the cars to ride from the depot down town or up to the depot will have to loqk sharp or n ten dollar fine will be marked down against them The L C L hast Saturday afternoon Mr W S Stone Warden of the penitentiary was out riding in his buggy with a lady on the Owenton pike and when at the last turn of the road before reaching the Fair Ground he met a party of men in a wagon one of whom just as they were passing the buggy took off his hat and waved it which caused Mr Stones horse to jump over the bank upsetting the buggy and throwing the occupants out The lady was unhurt but Mr Stone had He is able his right collar bone broken to be out at present but has to carry his arm in a sling Mr J C Coleman is the agent in this city for the sale of Prof J W McGarveys new book entitled Lands of the Bible which is a very handsomely bound book of several hundred paged containing a large number of illustrations the cuts for which were made from photographs and sketches made by members of the party with whom Elder McGarvey traveled in the Holy Land All who have read the writ ingsof the author heretofore need not be told that this work will be found interesting and we will simply say read Mr Colemans advertisement and then Subscribe for the work cdllONEfc Mr T A Porlegnudwfe orCoingtoS are visiting relatives in this city Wo aro authorized to announco ALEX McMrs h L Samuel has been v8itm EWAN ai a enndidate for Ioroner of Franklin melius in the country this week count at the August election 1880 Mr T F Humphries returned Thursday CITY MARSIlAlt afternoon from a visit to New York Miss Katie Morris returned Wednesday Wo aro authorized to announce THOS J from a visit to friends near Farmdale TODD as a candidate for reelection to the oflico Mr W II Newhall went to Louisville of City Marshal at the ensuing August election Tuesday morning for a two weeks visit Mr Jns M Todd left Wednesday morn Â¬ I Mm ing for a visit of two weeks to Louisville Mr J C Wells and wife returned Tues day afternoon from the Camp Meeting at W Mcthrvejr By Prof Park Hill Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville spent Containing a narativo of tho Authors Travels several days with his parents in this city his popular Letters of Travel Also a thor Â¬ this week ough and systematic account of nil Palestine Mrs D C Crutcher and little Delma left arranged in a convenient nnd intelligible form tho Preacher tho Toursdav afternoon to visit relatives in It will cnablo tho ordinary Bible Sunday SchoolÂ¬ Teacher and Header to readiShelbyville ly inform themselves about any of the plnccs Mrs 1 W Mayhall with her little ones manners customs Ac mentioned in almost any left Tuesday to visit her mother in Jelfer passage of Scripture J C COLEMAN sonviile Ind Agent for Franklin County July 24 3t Messrs Henry Knott of Chicago and Stefan H Knott of Louisville have been John Vonderhide the convict who has in the city this week played so many tricks at the penitentiary Mrs Oliver of Mercer county has been FOR THE having escaped once and made the attempt visiting her brother Mr W H Hudson Capf Walcutfs several times got into the separator portion near this city this week Picnic Mrs Mary Sloan of Nashville Tenn of a threshing machine that was being Thero will bo Music and is visiting her A Kichard On tho 31st inst Dancing nnd a goud time is guaranteed to all repaired at the prison last Monday and son and wife parents Mr Jas near this city July 24 lt concealed himself under the cilinder Miss Lorenn Mnrston who is spending When the machine was taken out of course her vacation in this city paid a visit to her he went out with it At the gates one of home in Midway this week HAS A GOOD Mr Sam Harris and wife went to Louis the guards asked Mr Nathaniel Moore the gentleman who was driving if he had any ville Tuesday afternoon to visit his mother is very old and is quite sick nnd is prepared to Hoard or Woll located prisoners in his machine and to be certain who Col D Howard Smith and wife paid a Break Horse in a satisfactory manner Tcrm9 Moore stopped went to the rear and looked juI10 tf short visit to their daughter Mrs J C low in but failed to see the rascal and reporting Kelly in Henry county this week all right passed out Vonderhide remained PARK MIRY OT Misses Belle and Kate Sanders left Satur concealed until the machine got to its desti day afternoon for a visit of several weeks Frc9h Milk from grass fed cows delivered in nation near Beneon Depot and that night to the Misses Taylor in Winchester Miss Annie Middleton and Mr Sam any part of tho city at popular prices took off his striped pants and shoes left them in the thresher where they were Middleton of Louisville are the guests of Miss Fannie Murphy Maple Avenue found the next morning when some hands Mrs Judge Mason Brown and daughter went to start the machine to work and Miss Eliza returned the first of the week Tho partnership heretofore existing under tho firm name of LEE fc DALY has been dissolved with nothing on but his shirt and drawers from a visit to the Blue Lick Springs Daly retiring The he kept down the railroad to LaGrange Miss Laura Morris left Thursday for by mutual consent James in future by JEUE buincss will bo condueed where he broke iuto the residence of Dr Sulphur Station Henry county where she LEE nnd a liberal bharo of the public patron Â¬ JKKE LEE age is solicited Dowden Tuesday night stole some old will spend several weeks with relatives JAME3 DALY C E Wirgman and wife of LouisMr clothes got something to eat alid went ville who have been visiting relatives in the through everything in the house looking city the past week returned home Wednes for money but found nothing but silver day afternoon spoons which he would not tuke and then Mrs John L Moore left for Louisville Wednesday afternoon where she will make left Wednesday afternoon Mr Hitt the town marshal of LaGrange get on his her home in future with her daughter Mrs C E Wirgman trail and overhauled him hid in some weeds Miss Cordie Jeffers and Messrs W C The officer took him Sliced Richie Luckettand W A McDowell near Beards Station A LARCH STOCK OP in tow and while he had him in charge some were among those who left this city Monday LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS parties from the neighborhood of Browns- - morning for Niagara Falls via the Blue Route In Bulk and in Papers boro came up and claimed him as the party Gras Mr Faniuel Bernard and wife and Mrs suspected of raping and murdering a little AT Helen Johnston oi louisviiic wno nave colored girl near that place Wednesday been visiting the family of Prof S P Brow LcCouiptos South Frankfort Drug Store A mob would have taken him der the past two weeks returned home morning from the marshal but that officer took him vej terdnv morning t r on a horse behind and carried him off tb a Mr 1 rank Hutchison who hns heen in private house where he was guarded till the show business in Ohio and Indiana for returned home Tues Thursday morning when he brought him to several months past until September when day and will remain this city and turned him over to Warden he will go to Louisville to till an engage ment in that city Stone - Mrs ClnSde Buckley spent last Sunday in Lextiijtfdh viaitingifriehds M ANNOUNCEMENTS ands of the Bible I Si Look Out at Look Out Park DAN HANCOCK Â¬ Livery Stable M UD Â¬ IK DISSOLTJTIOW Â¬ r w Â¬ Â¬ Personal Paris in BORN to MILCH COWS FOR SALE I have ten good Milch Cows fivo of which frcch which I will soil oheap for cneh 51 In this city on Thursday tho Ifith inst Miss Dorsie Stanton is visiting friends in tho wife of Philip Goin a daughter Miss Annie Crutcher is visiting relatives are Z DIED tf JOHN KIERNAN J 1 Versailles In thin city on Friday July 23d 1880 of E Miss Sallie Hughes is visiting relatives consumptionage M CnnuiMUon in the 2Mn year of bin near Farmdale The funeral will take plaoo this afternoon at 4 Mrs L S Coleman is visiting relatives oclock from his fathers residence on Ilolmei in Shelby county street Gen John Eclioln of Virginiu was in In this city on the 18th Inst Mir oldest the city Wednesday child of Cbarlti sad Ellen Coxcomb TYPE tBH Fine JTRANKLIN f FQUNDKY fitr4 SMITH Cincinnati Ohio ALLISON JOHNSON lb itbov Jfouu4r Tho Typo on which tlili pupec U Dilated U Atom Ko T II c fm rr 1 Kii -- f i f V 4 ljJJjJiJJ rjf t- - r 3 mau WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT 1 Tliejodt4aucybridgas aeain onlTliuradayoflftst whdjiei 1 away week m r nrr Mrs M L W6lls- - of Springfield 111 delivered a lecture upon the subject of tern- CITY GOUTY perance before an appreciative audience at UBEEST II1EDUTI0I III the Baptist Church Inst night She held her hearers deeply interested by he power Ice water was al n discount Tuesday of her eloquence from the beginning to the Mr Wirt Thomson cold Ilia house and close and made a favorable impression lot in South Frank fort Wednesday to Mrs upon the minds of many whojuerc strongly Thos Hoover for S800 prejudiced against women lecturers Maud 8 Major McDowell Trinket and A large bull frog measuring 12 inches Trinket is the meet to day at Chicago from the tips of his fore legs and 15 inches favorite with del ting men fron the lip of his nose to the tips of his during Mom hind legs was drawn up from the river in The weather turned so cool titty night that many persona found over a hollow log at Pences mill Monday after- noon and when the saw struck the log the coats comfortable Tuesday morning frog jumped out and was captured by some Mr Robert Craig the young man that hands and sent to this ollice His hind was shot on Thursday night of last week legs are large enough for a meal for any has recovered sufficiently to be able to be Frenchman In the bux in which the frog lie is still suffering considerable was sent was a tadpole that had sprouted about pain a good set of legs but had not dropped its Some time ago a valise containing some tail evidently one of his frogships family surgical instruments was left at the store who had come along for company of Messrs F V Gray it Co and it still The celebrated Chinese Glossing Iron remains there The owner is requested to has been sold in this city this week by an call and get it agent who no doubt has the exclu ive We learn that at a picnic at Scotts right for the manufacture and sale of the store in Bahl Knob precinct h 8 Saturday same as he has started a manufactory in several fights took place in one of which our midst At least he bought a dozen a voung man by the name of Quire was ordinary sadirons took them to the Capital badlv cut bv Bill It ley Machine Works got the face of the broad One hundred convicts under guard of end rounded offf and the thing was done six men Ivft this city yesterday morning for He onlv adds on about two dollars tc the Catlettsburg to work on the Lexington and original price of the iron and when finished They went to Mt it will do very well for holding the door Bij Samlv Railroad Sterling on the train and from there the jour open or for a wife to remonstrate with her ney will be made on foot through the husband for staving out late at night PIUNICFOJIT J -- LOCAL NOTICES Come and see how low I am selling strap slippers Newport ties light sole shoes drv goods notions c at LOGAN Mo K KIDS St Clair street JULY 24 1880 Photographic Studio 144 UVW WYBBANTS Market St M Smoke the Camille ihe very best 5 Halfs cent cigar on the market at Day For Sale A good second hand ruck away and a set of harness which has been Inquire at this used less than two enra ollice buy your groceries crockeiy and glasswaie at old prices before the late advance Call at Day A LOUISVILLE Mnv If- tet Ft urth - nt Fifth JCY Haffs and Â¬ Claudent VMA THE Â¬ i5V JSJV Library for sale at a bar- Â¬ THE CUUDENT HTHTID Oft IIH Ju0 gain Will sell whole library or separate volumes and will offer our books for rent until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed on Meagher application to Marshall There is nothing more refreshing this hot weather than iced tea made from Dav A Huffs Extra Choice Japan Tea which they are selling at the low price of 75 cents per pound Try it Special bargains in Langucdoc lace at Grilliu Bros Durkees Salad Dressing a ready made rich and delicious dressing for chicken lobster oy ter or any other salad for sale This novel Scarf FOR GENTLEMEN derives It at Day A Halfs name from the Latin Claudio to draw together Circulating BEST PLAOE P V Gray 8c Gos To Frankfort to buy UKOCKIIIES is iu Owing to the Ingenious construction of the shield when adjusted to tho wearer the round corners draw Inward conforming In Its graceful outlines to the neck and chest Examine carefully for tho Patent Stamp on tho back of each Scarf None others are genuine Forsalont Who havu juat received ti mammoth stock of Which they ollor at prices to suit everybody They koop nonu hut the very host and guarantee uvery article to bo just as represented and Full A full lino of Wkkiiit in every instance CHOICE GROCERIES CRTJTCHER STARES MA3N ST RKET BEST IN THE WORLD STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES C V 3KT N 12 D OOODS countrv Mr V Berberich one of the leading buiness men of this nit v and Miss Sophia of Mr Philip Selbert Keller sister-in-lathe jeweler were married in Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock at the residence of the brides parents by Rev Master John and Miss Father Menke Carrie Selbert of this city were the at tendants w PP While chopping wood on the drift pile at the wooden bridge Wednesday morning n nr n roil tlio w linllfrrxr to UifllllVII iiiin on nt llllll 0 that has lived there so long and whose croak has been so hoarse and loud that it has sounded more like a bellow than any It is said that an inebriated thing else in crossing the bridge one night gentleman beard the deep voice of this frog and sup posing it was some one accusing him of The engineers engaged in running the being drunk became very angry and wanted line of the Richmond and Southwestern When the frog was sitting to lam him Railroad a week or two ago surveyed a be covered as much spice as a childs hat route from Versailles down the vallev of It was immense on the ground Glenns creek to its mouth thence across The morning passenger train from Lex and down the west bank ot the Kentucky ington due at this place at 815 ran over a river to the mouth of Cedar Run creekcolored man that was lying upon the track thenco up the valley of Cedar Run to a in ft cut between Midway and Spiing Sta- point near the Kentucky Military Institute ill II jr mis route is When he was uience 19 anciuvviiie tion Thursdwy morning discovered the engineer endeavored to adopted it will bring the road within a mile tirst stop the train but did not succeed and the of this city and leave Lawreneeburg out iu whole train passed over him mangling the the cold and we are informed that the body fearfully The train backed up to engineers think this the most practicable If an effort was where the remains were and tin examination route from Versailles the man was dead made to secure the location of the road disclosed the fact that cjtyuiore beforethe train toucjiedj httn b the boiy within Htrikingdiatance of double the expense required would It is thought he was than was perfectly cold and placed upon the track some be saved in freights iu one year after the murdered 3 roull begiiitfYunniTuj time in the night I V vllv I Â¬ Last Saturday morning as Mr Frank Chinu and wife were riding through one of Mr A Alexanders pastures near Spring Station a small half white and half black Shetland pony that was grazing in the pasture ran after the horse they were driving and so frightened him that he ran away One of the wheels of the plwuton struck ttgftiust a tree ami knocked it oft but Mr and Mrs China retained their seats al though the horse continued to run for some time and finally succeeded in stopping him Mr Chinn strained his back in pulling on the reins but Mrs Chinn es caped injury The horse was one that was notoriously gentle before and wat never known to scare at anything Mrs Chinn being in the habit of driving him everywhere 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wooden and Stone Ware I nE4 III Y TAT11 J Mm v fi And everything usually kept in a first class grocery figi Try our 80 cent Tea and choice brands ol Collet fj f i jan Bidt Fresh Oysters always on hand 15 tf Cyg5taft say J St M- - STEPHENS DKlLEK IV Fresh and Silt Meals - ligiifflraia jt COLUMBIAN E IvY ol All Kinds Clair St near Wooden Bridge FHA NKFORT - II TAYLOR SLCCKdSUR TO Meats of all kinds delivered to any part ot Give me a cill the city free of charge W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Watson Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your Music and Musical Goods LARBEST STOYES T1NWAKE - 8ESTASSQBTMENT IN THE CITY- Â¬ Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar a A full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ Uanjo ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Music published anywhere promptly obtained nt Publishers Prices Now Music received month- y House Furnishing Goods MANTELS - Â¬ -- - II W J CHINN DKAfKR IK Iron and Tin fioofiiur JOB WORK A I GRATES c Guttering frc ALL KINDS OF COAL Willsollattho very lowest figures SFFfmiT J Offlca M WAKEFIELD Dealer in nil Kinds of tn COAL COAL G B MACKLIN Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Latns smngies c rc c 1 LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND b and for sale at Lowest Prices by FJan t31A K F O I ly and SawMilli near Hail road Jirhlge KY P VnrV fH J I vjuMtmtm t tllsrHI1 AtosJ WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT II Bell 1 Point X 1 J S 11 Mr Clins Ahrahmnof Lnclqiort Henry county wiis in the city Monthly looking or hands to work on the look m that place Ho wanted fifty but we did not learn how many lie feccured Mr 0 A Robertson is no better He is lying very low Mr F P Lewis made a business trip to Lexington Wednesday Preaching Sunday evening iit 4 oclock at the Chapel by Rev Ben Deering JESTEYCO ILLUSTRATED thi AiHMi tHuhflEv r Catalogues SENT FREE Most Extensive Manufactory OF Miss Pharmelia Collins is on a visit to friends in Anderson county this week prepossessing Miss Belle Johnson a There will he n called meeting of Capital young lady of Slielbyvillcvery visiting Mrs is O G T at the hall in Lodge No 2G Robt Choat Udd Fellows Temple next Thtirduv evenMiss Amanda Moore a lovely young lady ing lulv 29ih at eijiht oclock for the Ilection of otlicers and transaction of of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs A full attendance of the Nat McDaniel regular hti jiness Good Templars Attention 1 MhIB9Ssa Â¬ REED ORGANS IN THE vl a f SI w if 11 9 4 v 7 members is desired as business of utmost a charming Miss Jennie Merchant impoituuce will be dicui Hd v lady of Louisville is visiting Mrs young Bv order of R L GrinMead G MATT BUN II 7 aTaix One Hancock and English and two Gar field and Arthur flags were raised in town Wtoc l i last week Were abend ol Frankfort The following resolutions were nilppjerl Mif s Annie Crutclrer left for Versa ill ts by the Christian Temperance Union at Wednesday morning to be ab ent about She will be the guest of Miss two months Antioch in this county Tuesday nfclil Antioch Mary George Jicsohvil By the members of Chris tian Temperance Union now in mass The pontoon bridge is owned by Judge meeting assembled in order to demons l ate Pence Messrs f iault A Co Brawner A Co to the country at large that we are sincere and Mnj Lewis E Ilarvie but the public in advocating the temperance cause and still use it free that we shall in the future vehemently op The work on Benson bridge is progressing pose the Uhe ol intoxicating liquors in any At the present rate well get a very slowlv form that we do here and now pledge our biidsze by next spring which does not suit selves not to give our aid or our votes to the people on this side nnv nei Kon or nersonsin this Commonwealth Mr Will S Marshall jr our old friend who is a habitual user of anient spirit8 or Localizer fame gave us a call Mon who does not in some way contribute to of day Will is writing una history of Frank the temperance cause Jfisolvai That should such persons offer lin county to be issued soon for otlice in our midst that we bind onrselve Mieses Emma Belle and Julia Ablett to use all honorable means to prevent their who have been visiting their grand parents being elected whether the office they seek here are spending this week with their be an imortnnt or a minor one Miss Maggie Lewis of Frankfort Resolved That we deem it necessary in cousin Captain S V Pence and lady left for cider to protect our homes our firesides from the ravages of in Lock No 3 Thursday to be absent about and our country temperance to sulopt the foregoing resolu tlnee months They leave their bouse in charge of Mr Dave Todd and his excellent lions Jlcsolved That our Worthy President shall wife upinl a nnnv of these resolutions to the Love is becoming an epidemic among our Fkaxkfokt Roundabout the Capital Ga young men Three were attacked with it zette and the tfood templars Advocate in one night this week and another has with the request that they be published symptoms of it Ah boys we can sympa in each of these papers thize with you Antioch July 1J 1880 Mists Jennie Collins left for her home in Crawfordsville Ind last week in company Bridgeport with her mother We seldom meet a young lady possessed with as many charms ais Uh the chigoes Miss Jennie She leaves a large circle of k Chigoes on the grasrf friends who regret exceedingly her depart- Â¬ ure and especially does our young merchant We cant sleep for chigoes F P L grieve over the loss Chigoes on the blackberry bushes The Pierian Club met with the Misses Chigoes come in the house when it rains Nicol Tuesday evening Quite a crowd of ladies were piesent seventeen ladies phoid oung Mr Eddie Wjggs is very ill with The President Mr and four gentlemen fever G A Robertson beiig too ill to attend Miss Mrs McClelhin of Louisville- - is visiting Agnes Nicol was chosen to act in his stead relatives here which she did with ease and dignity Tile of Eminence is programme was not very long and wait well Miss Sallie Bradley rendered all performing their parts well visiting her aunt Mrs John Alexander Due notice will be given of the next meeting Ml s Ellis Munday of Spencer county is As Win Conway son of Mr Frank Con- Â¬ visiting at Mr Raleigh Armstrongs way who lives in the Bald Knob precinct Miss Josic Reddish who has been visit was returning from town Tuesday evening ing in Louisville for several months has driving bis fathers four horse team they returned became suddenly frightened at the cars Esq lias been appointed when near Capt Coins ice houses on the Josiah Sliiiin administrator of the property pi Mr A G railroad and ran down the hill and in at tempting to cross the pontoon one horse fell Tavlor deceased in the creek and came near drowning but Miss Annie Armstrong who has been the gear not being very strong he broke visiting in Lexington has returned home them aui swam ashore Will was thrown accompanied by little Mies Nellie Allen out and bruised up considerably but bad no The team stopped on the Mr Samuel H Bradley will begin teach bones broken ing school in Sbeen peneliopMioiifie dis bridge trict No 8 in winch lie resides on lUonuuy the 2d dayol August next It is remarkable that the active ingredi Â¬ Married At the residence of tire brides ents of Fellows HypopbosphitesJ nre father John Hamilton Esq at 8 bejock alkoloids from trees which attain to very p in on thY 15th inst by Rev Lawirus great ages taken in connection with the W P Htilett Mr Hezekinli SIjoubd and fnptjthat bis preparation will increase tjie I longevity of the human family is u some Miss Annie Hamilton- - No cards what pingujar coincidence But World J r wrcrr Â¬ POWER Combined with -- Purity of Tone Durability AND sKHMWMi i Bill raaBPfv1 Win nmi HfiflExH Finish THESE Â¬ JSSmmMr feb 21 Cm -- 111 Wawnwi ORGANS AEE UNWAIEDI BRATTLEBORO VT OF Â¬ GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Clothing Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys Â¬ and Childrens Clothing at STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits 3 75 6 50 Blue Flannel Suits Good Light colored Cassimere Suits 7 00 Boys Blue Flannel Suits 5 0o cents to 5 00 Odd Pants from 75 Mens Office Coats 35 Coats Boys 25 Boys Mohair Coats 50 Boys Black Luster Coats 75 less than former prices Large Stock Chevoit Suits from 3 to Fine 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 0 Â¬ SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE Cor Main and St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Â¬ Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable NB for confirmation Â¬ 30 OK AJSTD JOB i IPRWTIZSTG- a- - TO TIIE OT7ISIABOtJX OFITIOE - - - r j- - igjti ittjpTvrtifWf fJWfsp S lw wwfwM w w- 1