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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY Â¬ PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi For the Roundabout JULY 31 1880 Number 45 Poor wretched lather and talk lo him kind They might stop him from drinking and then T would bo so very happy again Tis not too late temperance men please try Or poor little Mary must soon starve and dlei All day long Ive been bugging for bread Fathers a drunkard and mother is dead II II greatest number of dcnlers in scconnMitind gocule One enterprising individual adver Mother and Father tises to buy sell or exchange second hand In tho cold winter night sadly I roam My poor mother la dead I havo no pleasant hotne shoes a branch of business 1 never before No ono caros lor mo no one wouia cry heard of Second hand clothes books c Evon if poor Utile Mary would die can be found in several houses on each Weary and tired I havo wandered all day block and one is painfully impressed with Asking Tor work but I am too small they say On tho cold ground I must now lay my head the idea that he is in a city whose people Father is a drunkard and mother is dead have no ambition to do ihore than play Wo wcro so happy until father drank rum Then nil our sorrow and troublo begun second fiddle so to speak to her neighbor Mother grew palo and wept every day across the river to live on the crumbs Brother and 1 were too hungry to play Slowly thoy faded till ono summer night that full from her rich neighbors table Found their sweet faces silent and white After spending a night in the Queen City Father is a drunkard and mother is dead Oh if tho temperance men would only find I take the early morning train on the C S Editorial Correspondence 2Sth 1880 After having completed my last letter which was much longer than it ought to have been though I should have said much more in justice to Maysville and n praise of the State Temperance Mass Mt Stbrmjkj Kv July Meeting at Parks Hill I took a stroll in company with an old friend through CVXTUIANA This thriving little city has a population of about 3000 and boasts of a number of good schools and churches to say nothing of the two newspapers published here The first thing that attracts the attention of a ttranger is six or eight hotel porters who yell in ones ears the advantages to be derived from stopping at the hotels they represent There is no escape Irom them They follow and torment one until he registers at one or another of the hotels and then the disappointed por ters give him a glance which very plainly Never mind old fellow Ill get says even with you sometime Cynthiana appears to have its share of business and an air of contentment perÂ¬ vades the place which is truly refreshing Dr T II Hood formerly to a stranger of Frankfort resides here and is doing a lucrative business in the drug line My next slopping place was IAUIOLTII Under the impression that the Chinee waving corn just outside the town limit The houses look new and neat the yards are Glossing Iron was but another of the well cared for and everything looks inviting numerous worthless things that are being and so comfortable that it produces a feeling sold throughout the country we spoke dis Â¬ of rest after a ride of fourteen miles in an paragingly of it in our last issue Since omnibus from the railroad This place is then we have made the acquaintance of remarkable for its great number of beautiful Mr G F Rich the agent who is introduc- Â¬ young ladies and the taste and elegance ing it whom we found to be a perfect with which they dress Society here is ex- gentleman and he assured us that the iron ceptionally fine and the peoples hearts are will do all that he claims for it producing numerous recommondations from prominent as big as the world A Hancock and English pole 103 feet citizens of the cities in which he has been long was raised Monday evening and on to back his statements Having been con- Â¬ Tuesday a grand ratification was had The vinced we were wrong we gladly make K R for orators of the day were Gen Cassiue M this correction anil recomnied Mr Rich as Clay Hon W B Fleming Judge E C a gentleman whoe word can be relied on WILMAMSTOWK located thirty five miles south of Cincinnati Phister and Hon G C Lockhart The DiiT T BiUDFoitus Cure fur Rheumatism This a quiet ancient looking town of crowd in attendance was immense the num Gout and Neuralgia This is not a nostrum but a TOO inhabitants situated among the hills ber being variously estimated at from five enced preparation compounded bv an experi a the cure of tho It appeared as if the above physician with Toview towho are suffering of Grant county There is nothing re to ten thousand complaints any markable about the town except a total adjoining counties had sent their entire pop- we ofTer this remedy a a sure cure and can furnish the mo it- reliable per- Â¬ absence of anything remarkable Its ulation to participate in the ratification sons who have mod it an testimonials from Price been relieved houses are old and in bad repair its street Mr Adie O Robertson of the Bath county fifty cents per bottle Further information giv- Â¬ en by the is narrow and rough and the town itself Reporter deserves most of the credit for Augusta solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford Ky For nle by W II Averill seems to stand much in need of a general the success of the affair for on him de Frankfort Ky John D Park A Son whole Â¬ fcb2lfin overhauling Its people are famed for volved nearly all the work of preparation sale agents Cincinnati 0 Hes a whole team and a good one too The Worlds Greatest their hospitality and their devotion to the Instruments fc Trosts tinma Lexington band made i cause ot temperance is tiie only Wolfe place in Kentucky that I have heard of music for the occasion and did it in their Chickerlng Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma son a tiamiin urgans smiths American Organs where it is fashionable to be a Good Tem- Â¬ usual good style In company with Gen Clay and Mr FlemID plar The temperance work in Williams ing I left this pleasant little place about tfi5 Fourth Avenue Louisville solo town sneaks loud in praise of its good agent for nil people many of whom I know and have sunset and after a ride through the most of tho above which in selling for 2fi yenrs I am convinced are tho very best made Everything met in the good cause Leaving here 1 beautiful country I ever saw I reached pertaining to music to be found here Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- SK M -- M iii FiLXJLDS quiet little town of 1300 inhabitants situated on the K C K It thirh severi miles south of Cincinnati There is nothing to he aid of this place except that there is an evident lack of enterprise on the part of the good people which is almost painful to witness The businessmen and their clerks talk and whittle on the tops of dry goods boxes and seem to be engaged in an united efiort to kill time I have reason to know of and cheerfully testify to the goodness of heart and cordial hospitality of some of its citizens a covivoTOtf was the next place I visaed and after having seen most of the city I marked it down aB the place where can be found the I where on the following day Mr T C S D GKOKOBTOWN Andersons sale of thorough bred shortthe Beautiful Belle of the Blue Grass horns was to take place The hotels were I scarcely know what to say of this pretty crowded with strangers who iiad come to Office and Residence Mansion House Block Si little city with its fine court house its attend the sale und nothing was talked ol Clair Street elegant business houses its tasteful resi Â¬ but short horns FRANKFORT KY dences its refined hospitable people There As is known Mt Sterling is the county Apr2i ly is an air of business prosperity here that is seat of Montgomery county and the ter noticeable on entering the place and a con PLANING JlTlLLT It has a minus of the L C fc L R R versation with any of its public spirited population of 2100 and is one of the business men will at once satisfy you that largest little cities in Kentucky An im nothing but gold glitters in Georgetown met 8 j amount of business is transacted Having recently addod to bis Establishment a Its people are cultivated and generous its here and the merchants and other citizens First Cluss Planing Mill business made to thrive and it only needs appear to be fully alive to their business Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of a good hotel to make it a model little city interests Two first class papers are well From here I went to Frankfort the sustained here but unfortunately not a Sash Doors Blinds Frames Molding most beautiful place on the globe where good hotel is to be found The business I remained over Sunday Other places houses have a city ALSO like appearance and mav justly boast of more public spirit many of the residences Turning are built with a Scroll Work Stair Work more enterprise more business but for view to comfort and eleganco combined Gotten out in tho Dost Style beautiful women gallant men big hearted Large yards well May 15 tf kept adorn the place hospitality and well meaning people dear and taken altogether a stranger is very old Frankfort is entitled to the palm favorably impressed with it CB Monday evening found me in the pretty n i mdaxiki ias n nnwvxKR At the lust regular meeting of Court little town of BIIAWNKH MeDANIEL Fleetwood No 20 I O F the following OWINOfrVlME the capital of Bath county It has 600 officers were elected for the next six mouths For any and all kinds of Brick Work Brick for inhabitants and two newspapers Just TJ Hutchison C R stlo at the lowest murket price Orders lett nt Sol Harris V R J Chinas ooal sciles will receive prompt at think of that supports two newspapers Geo A Lewis R Sec taution It is beautifully located on a hill which Claude Buckley Fi Sec KKANICJilJ commands a view of the mountains only L Herrmann Treas fourteen miles away on one side and the Gns Shaeler W Rupe J V fine blue grass pastures wherein feed U Keeimn S B thousands of fat cattle for the New York FOUNDKY Harry Buckley J B 1UH Vine Strett Cincinnati Ohio market on the other Sitting in the door ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON of the hotel on Main street one sees and A turnstile has been placed in front of The Typoon which this paper is printed la flrotu can almost throw aetoiie into the fields of the general delivery at the post oflice tho above Foundry En Â¬ proceeded to MT STKKMXO F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon SEW J MWAKEFIELD B KICK U -- OOWTBACTORS 1 TYPE Y -- di iit w r iatawfii iiifiifMMiliiiiffrfr ff a We are indebted to Mr Henry Parrent Miss Stftca Duvall is visiting friends i MARRIED 1 pV tijis bounty but nov of Mon Â¬ LoltisnllcJF former ly As r In Jackson Mils at tho residenco of Gen Entered atthifjpost ofllbofrt Frankfort Kofituky tana pr fcejpt ontnn papt rs w Mrft IltfiryR Williams islsittog rein T J Wharton father of tho brido Mr John J Hamiton of Lexington Ky to Mrs Iva E tiveHn Ohio W Tamiutt on Wodnosday evening July 28 Col J Stoddard Johnston is erecting A LliWIS OKO OliAUDK HUCKtKV Miss Jennie Bull is visting friendH in 1880 a veranda in front of his residence in South Elizabethtown LEWIS BUCKLEY Frankfort which will add greatly to the ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs S P Browder has been in Louis ZEjditors lablislaers appearance of the building ville the past week CORONER Rev Green Clay Smith will preach at Miss Dorsie Stanton has returned from a FRANK FORT JULY 31 1880 Wo are authorised to announco ALEX Mc the South Frankfort Baptist Church to- Â¬ visit to friends at Paris EWAN iii a candidate for Coroner of Franklin morrow at 11 oclock a in and 8 oclock Judge C S Grubbs of Russellville is county at the August election 1880 TERMS visiting relations in this city All are invited to attend p in CITY MARSHAL The Wkhkiy Rounpahout is published every Rev W F B Jackson of Philadelphia The premium lists of the coming fair of is visiting friends in this city Saturday at one dollar per annum invnriftbly in We aro nuthorized to announco THOS J advance TODD as a candidate for re election to tho office the Kentucky Industrial Association have Six months 50 cents throe months 25 cents Dr J S Price returned Monday after of City Marsha at tho ensuing August election Money may bo sent by post office money order just been issued from the RounOahout oflicc noon from a visit to New York or registered letter at our risk and are now readv for distribution Mrs J T Terhune left Wednesday for SSr Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will a months visit to friends near Bagdad Judge Thos F Hargis has purchased of be charged for at our rogular advertising rates South Frankfort Ky Mrs Edward M Drane is visiting her Gen John Rodman the house and lot on Mrs Philip Speed in Louisville FOR YDUNG UDIES GIHLS S BOYS UNBER 12 Main street South Frankfort at present sitter The workmen began laying brick on Mrs Henrietta C Campbell of Louisville Years of Age Tho locnlity is plcasnnt and occupied by Mr Russell Rodman for which Geo Buhrs new hotel Thursday is visiting he son Mr J B Campblle in healthful The session of 1880 81 will login on he paid j2500 tins city tho in calling the attention We take pleasure The McCreary Guards have received an Mips Libbie Weitzel left for Wheeling First Monday in September 1880y of our renders to the advertispinent of Mrs invitation to be present at a picnic and West Virginia Thursday afternoon to visit A L Franklins school in South Frankfort and continue Forty Weeks Confederate sol dies reunion near George- Â¬ relatives session of which Fall Academy the next 20 Tuition in English Course town next Thursday August 5th and par- Â¬ Mr Philip Selbert wife and children re Board and Washing 140 will begin on the first Monday in September turned from a visit to Cincinnati Monday ticipate in a competitive drill Extra at usual rates Mrs Franklin is n lady of a number of afternoon For other information nd dross MRS A L FRA VKLIN Prinoipal There was a buggy horse race of one years experience as u teacher and those wife of Fort Mr J W Forsee and July 31 Jf who place their children under her charge mile at the Fair Grounds Thursday after- Keough Montana are visiting the family can rest assured they will be thoroughly noon between Messrs Dick Church and of Mr B F Meek Ben Williams Williams won his horse Miss Laura Campbell will leave this A Two Story Brick Houso with sovon rooms in instructed Quite a crowd was in at- Â¬ afternoon for a visit to relatives in Louis good repair on Clinton street opposite the Cap- Â¬ trotting in 320 Capt Ed M Drane has been building a tendance and enjoyed the sport very much ville and Nelson county itol Grounds Enquire of g w awmr July i u large lighter upon the sand bar just below who has been visiting Mrfl Lynn Boyd Mrs Gov Blackburn lost her trunk in friemhIs in Calloway county for some lime Sneeds mill for some time and Rodman had just about gotten it completed Monday going to and Misses Loulie Nuckols and returned home Wednesday afternoon when an effort was made to turn Florence Berry lost theirs in returning Mis Lizzie Tharp who has been visit Mrs Blackburns ing friends in Nicholasville for some time to launching it It was from Crab Orchard it over preparatory W Mcfatvey By Prof raised nearly to the turning point when was found in Poughkeepsie X Y but the is expected houle this afternoon naralivo Travels Mr Llewelyn Marshall who has been on Containing a Letters of of tho Authors n thor Â¬ something broke and down it came smash young ladies have not heard from theirs his popular Travel Also a visit to Marion county the past week re ough and systematic account of all Palestine ing tire boat so badl that it will have to yet turned home luesday morning arranged in a convenient and intelligible form be rebuilt will be a three best in five trotting There Maggie Denson If will cnablo tho Prcnchor tho Sunday School Misses Eva Latimer readirace at the Fair Grounds this afternoon at and Emma Hacklier of Louisville are Teuchur and tho ordinary Diblc Reader to places Â¬ ly inform themselves about any of the Tobacco Six horses have been entered visiting Miss Dora Hufiman South Side 4 oclock manners customs c mentioned in almost any passage of Scripture meeting of the tobacco men of and some good sport is promised No ad Thef Misses Bettie Stewart Sallie Cannon JCCOLEMAN Franklin and the adjoining counties at mission will be charged to the track and Pattie Roberts Lulie Nukols and Florence July 24 3t Agent for Franklin County 1 uesday The Berrv returned from Crab Orchard Frank fort on Saturday August 14 is al evervbodv can go and see the fun ready attracting the attention not only of following good ones will start in the race morning Misses Alice and Annie Lehman who nis a coon persons directly engaged in growing and Madge St Julian Maude S Callery have been visiting Mrs Ben Deering re handling tobacco but of business men gen Hughes and Sallie Johnson turnee to their home in Midway Thursday erally Well located nnd is prepared to Bonrd or W Tommy Sapp the Kentucky dwarf morning Break Horses in a satistuctory uinnncr Terms The tobacco trade naturally centering at Mr A W Brown who has been em low was traveling around town in a wagon Wed jnl10 tf Frankfort is already a big thing arid by ploved in the Gazette office in this citv for nesday selling his photographs to all who some nine reiuriien iu ma iiuuiu in building a firstclas warehouse and dry He lay upon a little tied in the ville Monday afternoon would buy house with a stemmery and factory it can He is wagon being unable to sit or stand Mrs 10 Wells and daughter Miss Nel be increased to three or four times it Fresh Milk from grass fed cows delivered in is 2b years of age lie who have been visiting in this city for but three feet tall and any part of tho city at popular prices All that is needed is the present capacity He was dwarfed by a protracted spell of several weeks pasl returned to their home hearty co operation of a dozen or twenty rheumatism in his infancy His head is in Springfield Ills Monday afternoon men of enemy find capital to make the unnaturally large and one of his hands ie Dr C C Lewis formerly of this county movement a success He is quite who has been living at Owensboro for several much smaller than the other The warehouse company should be a joint years past has sold out there and will lo a curiosity to look upon cate at Stamping Ground Scott county with capital enough after Mock company building the houses to make liberal ad Mrs Harriet Page and Mr T M Porfer The State Sunday School Union will meet vances on crops of tobacco so as to enable in fifteenth annual convention ntShelbvville and wife of Covington who have been A LARCH STOCK OP the grower to increase the acreage at least next Tuesday August 3d and continue in visiting friends in this city for several weeks returned home Wednesday morning LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS four times what it now is This would session three days All Sunday Schools Mr John H Morris formerly of this make wealth for the growers and large outside of Louisville are free to send any In Bulk and in Papers county left Wednesday afternoon for Sarato dividends for the stockholders number of delegates The Louisville schools ga New l ork to accept a position with AT There can be no doubt about the profits are restricted to one delegate for each one Messrs Dwyer Brothers the celebrated race LtfCuinpfes South Frankfort Drug Store of the business conducted on this plan hundred members Free entertainment horse men The ten dollars spent in getting each hogs will be furnished delegates by the citizen HORN head to market will be divided out at home of Shelbyville and the L C k L railroad 29th to the In and all will share in the profits will charge them full fare going and return wife this city on Thursday a July daughter Ruiiik of J 11 Williams It is the purpose to elect all the officers them at one third the regular rate OlAHK and fully organize at this meeting and we In this city on Thursday July 20th to tho Person wife of Lieut C G Todd a son Haruy I hope our business men ami capitalists will Tn thlii eltv to tin wlfa of I J MrtfJnrtv nn letuT their aid to this promising enterprise Mia- Jennie Duvall is visiting friends in MILCH COWS FOR SALE the 21st Inata daughter Makv Bklik Jr is worthy of their support It comes Louisville In this countv onMondav Jnlv lHthtotho riiavc ten tfodd Milch Cows flvo of which aro opportunely just as the Kentucky river Miss Annie Bull ia visiting friends in wife of C A Johnson a 9 dauglUsr r Axvjk free hi which FtvUlltril cheap lor ensh improvement is approaching completion Scott county piAJOU wdgUt lOUftdsi W JUHHrmWiPH WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT and FALL ACADEMY Â¬ -- Â¬ FOR RENT J Lands of the Bible Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DAN HANCOCK Livery Stable Ie m n upn luni r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- i rrr 1 MMffMWnHM nfiTffJTTMJfcaairTJfitMwf ft if - TFlTrftm-aliMhJftfr-- ifmiriwiiiitikiitn iffrWilDiUii SwiaSjum t cripple seated in n small wagon drawn by three goata was selling pencils and He seems to paper on our streets Monday tflUjfKFORT JULY 31 1880 be doing a very fair business as his wife and several children travel with him in a LARGEST G1RGULAT10N IN CITY ANB COUNTY two horse wagon from one town to another Some twelve or liltcen Sir ICuights of and the guat cart is only made use ol to this city will attend thctrieunial conclave of ride about the streets in TO TRAVELERS the Grand Encampment Knights Templar On nml after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L A special train will leave this city Tues Â¬ which meets in of the United States C A L U H will leave Frankfurt dully Sundays day morning August 10 at 805 to convey Chicago August 10th excepted a fallows the excursionists to Niagara Falls Toronto Tit AIMS WB9T We were misinformed with regard to the and Lake Chautauqua m 815 The fare for the No 4 Loavo Frankfort 250 o in horse driven by the ladies last week scar Â¬ round trip will be eight dollars with three 12 Leavo Frankfort No TttUNS KA8T ing nt bicycles at the end of the bridge dollars extra for sleeping car berths one 904 a m No 9 Ijoiwo Frankfort 540 p m It was a basket of clothes in the hands of dollar exra from Lewistou across the lake No It Lenvo Frankfort Tho 250 l M train will tuako closo connec- a boy on the bridge that frightened him to Toronto and return ami fifty cents extra tion as forinorly for Cincinnati The young men on bicycles were some dis form Brockton to Lake Chautauqua and reE V UltYAN Aifcnt tance in the rear of the buggy turn making the total traveling expenses 12 50 Sleeping car berths can be secured Turn biin nrouml Capt Ed Dranes new boat has been Mr E P Bryan agent in this city and completed and he left with it for Cedar from Who is Sargeant Price persons contemplating taking the trip should Lock last Monday where he has a conlie not wait until it is too late but secure a tract for filling cribbing with stone Were you ever at Oral Orchard m will use the boat in hauling atone when secton at once There is a picnic at Capt J no Walcultp necessary but at other times it will be used LOCAL NOTICES park to day as a boarding house for his hands Come and see how low I am selling The flowers are blooming very little Newport ties light sole A one legged tramp raided several houses strap slippers this Bummer c at Sunday shoes drv goods notions on Broadway and Clinton streets LOGAN McKEES St Clair street He carried oft several hats from The Coiincil meets in recular session afternoon Smoke the Camille the very best 5 Tuesday nisrlit the hall racks and other small n tides but cent cigar on the market at Bay fc II aft s He did nothing of great value was missed Double the amount of grain has been For Salt A good second hand rock not stop to ring door bells but walked in L Railroad this shipped over the L C away and a set of harness which has been and helped himself to whatever was handy used less than two Inquire at this yetira year that there was lnt office A party of eight ladies and gentlemen Foresters meet in their court room in Call at Day Hafls and buy your grofrom this city and county went to Niagara Commonwealth Ruihliusi Ft Clair street ceries crockeiy and glassware at old prices Falls last week with the excursionists over belore the late advance next Wednesday evening at eight oclock the Blue Grass Route They hail a splendid A Circulating Library for sale at a bar- Â¬ Ghosts appeared to the hands at work on lime and speak in the highest terms of the gain Will sell whole library or separate Look No 2 on the river and as a conse manner in which they were treated by Mr volumes and will oiler our books for rent quence the majority who were negroes las C Ernst and the other railortd officials until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed on application to Marshall A Meagher quit work Mr Jos B Lewis has sent to this office There is nothing more refreshing this hot Mr Frank Chinns handsome new resi a large tomato of the Red Trophy variety weather than iced tea made from Day A dence on Shelby street South Frankfort grown by him which is a curiosity It Huffs Extra Choice Japan Tea which they and he will shortly measures nineteen inches in length and are selling at the low price of 75 cents per about completed lake possession of it eight inches in circumfrence is wound up pound Try it Special bargains in Languedoc lace at in a ball seventeen inches in circumfrence The office of the Singer Sewing Machine and weighed a pound and a half Who Grilfiu Bros Company has been removed to the room in Durkees Salad Dressing a ready made can produce one like it rich and delicious dressing for chicken Sol Harris block lately occupied by Mr oyster or any other salad for sale OMalley as a tailor shop The McCreary Guards under command lobster A at Day Halfs m of Lieut J L Price returned from Camp In order to quorate the Roundabout Blackburn at Crab Orchard Monday ctrrectly the Yeoman should take its ex afternoon They had a good time got sun- Â¬ tracts from this paper and not make use of In Frankfort to buy O ROCK HIES is at burned came near getting the flag for good second hand ones that have been altered conduct but got a lot of tobacco instead My reference to our advertising columns one plug fo three men and come home Who have just recoived a mammoth stock of it will be seen that a very desirable two covered with glory and dust is for rent fio and storv brick residence Mr Hugh R Ayres the engineer who see Squire Gwin and hell tell you all about Which has been in charge of the improvements on They they offer at prices to suit evorybody keen none but the very best and guarantee it the lock aTid dam near this city for some every arttolo to bo just ns represented and Full Mr Russell Rodman has commenced time received orders from Capt Cuyler last Wkioiit in every instance A full lino of the erection of a handsome frame residence week to turn everything over to Mr Sublett STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES on his lot on Todd street South Frankfort in charge at Cedar Lock and report for C VNJN12I3 WOODS adjoining the property of Mr John W duty at Lock No 1 near Carrollton He Stone Ware Rodman left for his new post of duty Wednesday Wooden And ovorything usually kept in a first class Lake the pedestrian who walked around ijrocory The Christian Church in this city has - Try our 80 centTcaand choice brunds the court house square in Lexington several been undergoing repairs the past two weeks of CotTuo He weeks ago is a former Frankfort boy lit st Fresh Oysters always on hand Last week the walls and ceiling of the a son of Mrs Miscall who lived here is 15 tf room were painted a beautiful color jan lecture twenty years ago and the pews revarnished The outside Three young bicyclists arrived in this portion of the wood work of the whole DKWltK tV This week city Sunday evening from Louisville having building was also repainted made the trip 52 miles in seven hours the walls of the audience room have been All They left Louisville at 51 oclock in the painted and blocked in imitation of stone Fresh and Salt Meats of m wiing arriving at Shelhyville at 5U the wood work around the pulpit repainted St Clair St near Wooden llridye where they rested until f in the afternoon upd the pqwa 11ml wuinscotiug varnished KY when they came on Jo this oily arriving and when Mr Daraie returns from his FRANKPORT They returned summer vacation everything willbe in herein 8 in the evening Meats of all kinds delivered to any part of I r the city free of charge Oho uuei jlcuIL luue Monday morning on the train WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Mr Jphn Scluveibojd while employed as a laborer on Mr TIiqb Rodmans new house Monday afternoon was overcome be heat lie haa recovered sufficiently beatworjk again A Photographic Studio fiurlhunil Fifth LOUISVILLE IY 141 Yvt Market St f het May Ifi ICE I will dolhcr pure Nortern Lake Lu at my residence or in nny part of the oily as cheip us the chHpecl May -- 2 tf PHILIP II UOIN LICE JM W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ Music and Musical Goods LAR6EST BESTASSORTMEHT THE CITY Â¬ Strings for IMano Violin Violoncollo Guitir A full line of Instruction Books a Banjo ifcc way on hand Order tor Sheetnuiusic olioitid Music published any vhn promptly obtained at Publishers Prices New Music received monthly-- W J OHINN DKALKR IN ALL KINDS OF COAL FOR Willsellatthc very lowest figure C COAL G COAL B ASH MACKLIN Â¬ OF COAL ON A LLnil KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND a for sale BEST IN THE WORLD Â¬ Â¬ i- BEST PLACE COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR F V Gray Gos SUCCKStm TO CHOICE GROCERIES Watson Co Is the Cheapest place to buy your STOYES TINWARE and w House Furnishing Goods MANTELS GRATES c e Iron and Tin Booting Guttering JOB WORK A J M STEPHENS SFFflAlIT M J Office M WAKEFIEUD Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shingles c lc apple-pie-orde- -- FJ1AKFO Jao-31-l- and Siw Mllls near Railroad Bridge QP T V fiV Jj Xr l s VA1 siitjmimiiiixik rgfrrwfJtMifi hit -- 1 iiriiiiritfimirif t ifituriTiiiwi iiUni M WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT perience in handling timber Is that the cape with the now timber inspectors employed at the different locks Why is it that men go to work on the river nnd do not remain on the work There must be Is it not the some good cause what is it fact that they have so many bosses and tiniekecpeiR about them thev become dis gusted and leave Again Why is it that Via The Louisville and Cincinnati Short Line when a carpenter walks from Frankfort to Cedar Look seeking work he can get no satisfaction from any ol the officers in charge as to where his services will be needed He becomes disgusted and returns Does that look like the To Nlngnrn Falls Toronto Cnnndn Lnko Clinutauqun PuMn flny Lake Erioanl Lake Ontario to Frankfort work is progressing rapidly Perhaps the Coaches Parlor Cam and Palace Sleopera will run through to the Falls and return without change work will be completed without carpenters 7 Put-In-Ba- y What a wonderful achievement would be Pare Round Trip to Niagara Falls 8 Lake Chautauqua accomplished I Four locks nnd dams re- Â¬ 8 Pare for Double Berth in Sleepers to the Palls for built and repaired without a single carthe Round Trip only 3 penter This is an ingenious age and it may be accomplished For full particular sec smnll bills or cnll on the Short Lino agents It Is very ensy to clrculnto adnmnglng report Tbo same fucililics liirnbhefl nntl nttpntion given the c tottrMonists lint year will bo given this of this kind to impclo tlio progress of n public year Molars MuChodney and llcaly will itccoinjmny the train as before work by dispiriting the penplo and establishing Julyl 2t n fouling of mistrust nnd if is too often done by persons whe do not reflect or do not care what Yeoman mischief they do I can establish a feeling of mfctrtist If in the public nnd by so doing attract Capt Cuylers attention to the manner in which this work has been conducted I will do so Why was not this work properly advertised in the newspnffers and hand hills posted in conspicuous places ami scattered i - i H SECOND ANNUAL o 4 near this city The pit of Lock week ami boats can was cleaned out last pass through it Royal Palace Excursion 18 8 O There will be an installation of ofliccrs at the meeting of Good Templars next Thursday evening Rev W McD Ahlictl will prench at the penitentiary to morrow morning at 11 oclock The public is cordially invited J B Tiiaki to attend The following are the assignments of U S Storekeepers in this division for the sixty viz days commencing August C C Furr to W A Gaines A Co No 4 S U Smith to J te J M Saftell No 01 J J Quin to J N Blakcmore No A T Todd to E HTaylor jr No 113 L S Coleman to Glenn Spring Distillery 1 TJaUST lOTH Â¬ a 133 1 s rt VS9 iS d 7S - v is 4 Williams sheriff Market house John Henderson and Je rome Weitzel judges C II Ilatchitt clerk Wilton Hughes sheriff Gas house Chns Davis and A Salender judges Theo Davis clerk- Ben G Williams sheriff Forks of Elkhorn J W French and D A Peters clerk IT M Bedford judges B Lucas sheriff M Peaks Mill J no R Gray and J C Jackson judges G W Flynn clerk Ed Little sheriff Bald Knob Lloyd Hackett and Edward Jo Peyton clerk U Bailey jr judges B Polsgrove sheriff Benson J B F Stigors and Jas IIu lett judges D O Robinson clerk Jas Shouse sheriff Bridgeport J W Jackson and F M Scofield judges J H Long clerk R D Armstrong sheriff Cedar Run R A Hawkins and B S B F Rodgers clerk Hughes judges Dan Payne sheriff No 57 Geo R Dunlnp to John Cochran A Co No 7 Wmfll McClintock to E II Taylor Jr CovNo 2 J L Biown to J S Taylor No 53 Isaac Webb to Lnbrot A Graham No 52 W IIGrav to W A Gaines As Co- - No 103 over the country ni least that portion that borders on the rjver Whv were a few bills I - MP tO 0YIIIr are the oflicers of election shuck and carried off to a select few c v There are not ten men in Frankfurt that for the ensuing year Court house Peter Jett and JameH A nave ever seen a mil r Again wnv arc Richardson judges Geo A Lewis clerk bovt and inexperienced men employed on Co B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF Clothing Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing at John - Â¬ A Card Editor Ttoumlahout Every word that was said in regard to work on the Kentucky river at Oetfar Dam will be subnantiated by Mr Jas Webb ol He was with me and Henry county Eleven counted the men at my request men in nil were at work 3m unlay evening JulylOth If there wfre other hands we We were on the lock-failed to see them wall and took a general look at the lock I didvmot ay one half of what anil dam I heard as to tlftanagenent of the work I was in favor of govern at Cedar Lock merit aid to Improve tW Kentucky river re- gnrdless of Democratic objections that might be and were presented to defeat the measure and fcdj all in py power to As assist in getting the matter through njy ends were accomplished that far I do not propose now to see the appropriation wasted and squandered in order that a few favorite and inexperienced ones miiv enjov a oft thing atthe expense of the govern ment Whatdo boys and young men know about keeping time and bossing hands when they are inexperienced and tulillly ignorant pf w hut they are trying to do However it may be a good place for them to learn r a salary of frpm 40 to 75 per The same may be said of the month A man to inspect jtimlier inspectors uber miiot have some knowledge and ex Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 this work that are totally ignorant nnd unfit for the position they fill except it be to and gradually di draw their salary minish the appropriation that was intended If I can to open up this great water way -- ny or do anything to prevent the Ken Â¬ tucky river from meeting with the same fate of Lake Park or the more recent city adventure the reservoir Ill do what 1 can to prevent failure being ascribed to the Kentucky river as it is to Lake Park and the reservoir The work needs life additional life to complete it before high water I he work cannot be done without men When thev commence to put the dam in thev will tinu t lint it win require more than 12 or 15 men to complete Cedar Dam Let the work speak before high water for itself and when men come several hundred miles to get work let them be encouraged and not returned completely disgusted I want to tee this work com pleted to the mountains and finished with that vim and life thauwill make one feel that it will be a success This is not the time nor the stream to tfy experiments with the Kentucky river is hard to handle As I was the when she once gels aroused one who furnjshed you with the paragraph that is being copied nnd colnmened upon by the press throughout the Stale and seeing the arilicle so severely criticised l feel in duty bound to say something in its There is much more that could defense be said and what I have said will be sub ftnntiateil and corroborated by responsible and disinterested parlies Â¬ STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits Blue Flannel Suits Good Light colored Cassimere Suits Boys Blue Flannel Suits Odd Pants from Mens Office Coats Boys Coats Boys Mohair Coats Boys Black Luster Coats Fine Chevoit Suits from 75 1 3 6 50 7 5 cents to 5 00 00 00 35 25 50 3 Large Stock less than former prices in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices Summer Underwear Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats lower than other houses buy them below cost at to 5 75 SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Cor Main and N B Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable for confirmation J IT Shinn Fsq who has been iiijterial district is 1797 of which 420 arc Louisville this week attending to important voters Mr Russell has been very accurate in Ins work not having had any mistakes legal business has returned hogie Misses Eluethnt correct Mr James Hiatte and Smith and Snllie Hiatte have returned Died On the 15th inst at his residence from a visit to relatives 111 Eminence n Hill county Texas of typhoid malarial Dr Scofield hart Mr Ei Brawner and family of Flat evr Dr Sam Scofield wlin iiivehpcn vfiit iiiJisi completed ins education in mwiicme nmalr nrlilmrlmnri kAaarfwv He Mrs Riner near this place have returned and went to Texas four months ago was a resident ol this cnuntv in his youth home nnd was beloved by all who knew him To The personal property of Mr A C his bereaved relatives we tender our warm Â¬ Taylor deceased was appaised Inst week est f ympnthy Buu by Messrs Jerrj Long Jacob Williams and G W Hall I deem it a dutv to state that Mr Mrs John Shouse nnd Miss Lucinda horse at the of this county had his right lung seriously Riner were thrown from their They were more fright Â¬ u fleeted with tubercular deposit accom Â¬ baptizing Sundav panied with night sweats frequent hemor Â¬ ened than hurt we are happy to say ami much rhage copious expectoration Rev Ed Roberts has been holding a emaciation Fellows Svrup of the use of series of meeting at Roberta School house Hypophohphites seems to have arrested the There were eight progreHi of the rsease almost immediately the past two weeks additions seven of whom were immersed the hemorrhage has not returned his appe- Â¬ The meeting closed Monday tite is excellent and he is able to attend last Sunday night to hid business us usual A Smith M D According to the census books of James Campbelltown N B Russell Esq the population of this Mngib- --- W - H Mimiuv i Bridgeport - Sc Mr Erf Wiggs convalescent New firm at Bridgeport Son in iti i Zr a - Pnrrent is who has been ill Co Alex Julian who has been quite ill has recovered Mr Jerry Long is painting Mr James RusseJIspewresIdence IV Bridgeport is beginning to put on a business like appearance again Masters Owen and Cochrane BaiUv bf Louisville are visitingrelatives here 1 Hawks are committing great depredations umong tlip chickens in this neighborhood Messrs C N Riner nnd Lycurgus Write who have been visiting relatives in Henry counU have returned home 5 mmmmmmmmmmmmm