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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wmKKmdkmmi fofflmtiiiM WiittitJfVc v - nt a4Sies j - h 6rtfe -- JteR4ittli The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi For tho Roundabout FRANKFORT KY AUGUST 7 1880 Number 46 H Mr Jas M Todd has again placed us DitT T Bkaofouiis Curo for Rheumatism around here and cut my head Some one else said Clint they fired right outofyour under obligations for late files of Denver if101 inI ournlia This is not a nostrum Acrostic but a preparation compounded by an experi- Â¬ crowd Theodore Davis here came up Col papers enced physician With a Viow tn th nnrn f Ihn above complaints To any who arc sufforing Low in pence our darling sleeps and asked Hall if that was him he then Dr U V Williams is preparing to erect we offer this remedy as n sure cure nnd can In sweet roposo from sin and pain heard Montague say he wouldnt shoot any stables upon the lot he has recently pur furnish the moat reliable testimonials from per- Â¬ Thousands follow winter sleets sons who rolipved body and some one told him to go away chased from Col Thousands weep for thousands slain J W Ifunt Reynolds on fifty centshavcusod it anil been information PriceÂ¬ por bottlo givFurther Tie then saw Hall fire upon Montague and He will in en by tho solo proprietor Dr T T Bradford Steel street South Frankfort Let tho angols shout for joy saw him fall For oalo by V H Averill When these facts came out a short time erect a neat frame residence Augustn Ky Earth can never claim our boy Frankfort Ky John D Park it Sons whole- Â¬ Can grief and sorrow puss away there was a hurrying to and fro of officers also sale agents Cincinnati 0 Lost tho righteous watch and pray feb21 5m and Theodore and Robert Davis were ar A neSro was rilnS one of the L- - CAll our troubles soon will end rested and placed in jail while Messrs M UKE TilRK DAIRY Under grief or under joy II P Williams jr and Lewis Cox moun Express Companys horses to the shop to Dny by day will ever send Earnest thoughts of darling boy ted their horses and left for Peaks Mill in have him shod Thuisday morning when Fresh Milk from grass fed cows delivered in search of Hall Theodore Davis was again that animal feeling a little frisky reared nnypart of tho city at populnr prices The Murder brought before the Coroners jury and for a up and fell on the rider and as a result The Worlds Greatest Instruments both the negro and the horse have skinned The election had passed off very quietly man that was so ignorant of any of the knees Chickering Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtiman Pianos Ma Â¬ last Monthly and our citizens after congratu- Â¬ facts connected with the killinir in the son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs We are under obligations to Messrs lating themselves Unit no fights had taken morning he knew a great deal for he cor 3D E- - IF1 --A T7 ZLj jD S Averill for a delicious watermelon place returned to their homes for the night roborated all the testimony of Mordecai White Persons wishing to pur 105 Fourth Avcnuo Loui ville solo acrent for nil feeling relieved that another occasion1 which Bob Davis was also brought back but was grown by them of the above which in 2t years I am fillsourstreets with drunken men had passed so drunk that nothing could be gotten out chase one of these superior melons can convinced uro the very selling for Everything host made without serious trouble but Tuesday morn- Â¬ of him except that he was so drunk the always find them at Mrs Bohannans George pertaining to music to be found here Messrs ing as they repaired to their several places night before he did not know where he was Thomsons or Mrs Mandlehrs S D of business they were met by the announce The inquest was adjourned until Wednesday White Averill sell them only by whole- Â¬ ment that a man had been killed the night morniiij and the Davises nlaced in iail sale to these parties After the adjournment of the inquest before and that his body then lay stark and At the meeting of the Good Templars Office ami Residence Mansion House Block Si George Hall was arrested by City Marshal btiff in the court house the murderer Thursday night the following officers were Clair Street being Tstill at large with no clue to his Todd and Sheriff Williams and he turned intlalled to serve the ensuing six months FRANKFORT KY All were shocked to know out to be the man Mordecai did not know whereabouts Apr20 ly II 0 Mattern W C T that another foul blot had been put upon who was present at the killing Miss Hattie Buckley W V T NEW PLANING MILL A Cain W S the name of our little city which is fast About one oclock Wednesday morning Will Martin W F S becoming famous as the scene of such trane- - Messrs Williams and Cox returned from Miss Mima Humphries W T dies About 12 oclock on Monday night their hunt for Will Hall without their John Hutchison W M Having recently added to his Establishment a Officers Henry Brown and David Kirk man having ridden about twenty five miles Miss Susie Mavhall W I G First Class Pinning Mill Willie Gordon W 0 G patrick heard pistol shots in Crawfish through as rough country as there is in Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Bottom and on going to learn the cause this county i Meeting of the Tobacco Men Wednesday morning George Hall was found Clint Montague lying dead upon the Blinds Frame pavement at the corner of Clinton anil examined before the Coroners jury and As the tobacco men will meet at Mr Wilkerson streets shot in the head the iemiei iiiut ue tvui nan aim ijod uavis Jno L Scotts office next Saturday August ALSO ball having entered near the left ear No met Clint Montague at the corner of 14th for the purpose of organizing a to- Â¬ Scroll Work Stair Work Turning one was near him and the streets were de Wilkerson and Clinton streets and that bacco warehouse company this is the last Gotten out in the Best Style May 15 tf Coroner McEwnn was notified Bob Davis accused Montague of having opportunity we shall have to speak a word serted and had the body removed to the court- shot into the crowd which he denied and in favor of this movement house where an inquest was begun at 9 then Theodore Davis ran up with a pistol Belle Point has already ottered to give Numerous in his hand gave Bob something and told one of her most valuable lots if the ware- JAS 0 IIKAWWKK oclock Tuesday morning y t mdVNIEI persons from the immediate locality were him to do his own fighting that he saw house is located in that place We know As McDAXIEIj KltAWNER examined most of whom knew nothing Montague was about to be killed and of another friend of the enterprise who is Some had heard the pistol phots and loud turning round was walking away when willing to subscribe a large brick kiln as For any and nil kinds of Brick Work Brick for talking but saw nothing Theodore and the shot was fired and did not see who shot stock at a fair value of the brick we salo at the lowest market price Orders left at V1 The most of Wednesday afternoon was presume the kiln has nearly enough brick tqptionChinas coal scales will receive prompt at Kobert Davis were among the number ami knew as little as the rest It looked as occupied ii examining witnesses that had to build the warehouse Now if some enMILCH COWS FOR SALE I though it was to be a repetition of the been before the jury on Tuesday and pro terpiinng man who has wagons and teams murder of the negro on the Owentou pike fessed to know nothing audit was astonish- would take stock for hauling the brick and I hac ten good Milch Cows five of which aro ing to hear how much they could remember furnishing the sand and the briekmasons fresh which I will sell cheap tor cash last winter a mystery 51tf- JOHN KIERNAN Late in the afternoon Ilatry Mordecai that they had forgotten to tell when first ex and carpenters would club together and a colored boy was called to the witness amined The inquest was then adjourned build the warehouse for stock and the stand anil was the first person that until Thursday morning in hopes that Will large saw mill men would hold a meeting Having had a numbar of years experience fit knew anything and wliat lie told let Hall would be found and brought in to give and jointly agree to take stock to the tho business I oiler my services to the citizens of a Hood of light upon one of the most his statement hut he failed to put in an amount of the lumber ami shingles the Franklin county as an Auctioneer ami will sell cold blooded murders that has been com appearance and the jury upon assembling warehouse would be a fixed fact with stock on tho street household goods or do gen morning without examining money enough on hand left over to make eral fiirm auctioneering Ordors left at tho stoio mitted in thiseommunity foryears Ileaid Thursday of Mr V Berhurich or tho stable of Dan Hun he was near the corner of Washington and other witnefB 3 brought in a verdict that advancements on ciops and handle all the cock will receive prompt attention Charges J J PETEHSOX Clinton streets when he heard two shots in Montague came to his death from a pistol tobacco raised in this and all the adjoining moderate so tf the alley near the gas works and went over shot the pistol being in the hands of counties to Theodore Davis corner when Davis told either Win Hall or Theodore Davis but There is money in this business We to come and go with him that he and that they believed Theodore Davis Wil- wonder Uiat it has not been started years him i r i n i Davis went to the corner of Clinton and liam Hall and Robert Davis were all con nyu uci mi who inn i iiiunn muicruus Wilkerson streets together and there they cerned int he murder or labor to subscribe and who want to 10S Vine Street Unrinnuti Ohio found Bob Davie Clint Montague Will The examining trial of the Davises was take part in this progressive and money ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON Hall and a man he did not know and heard begun yesterday afternoon and is still in making business be on hand at 1 oclock Tho Typijun wlileli this iujkt is printed Js from Hall say somebody has bcetiJ shooting progress next Saturday mornin a the iWRistj I otuiitry Kit Â¬ - liKliriflH 7 Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon 1 J M WAKEFIELD m Â¬ Â¬ B Li Â¬ ip iti COTBACTOES - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X YPE ivouvnuv 1 YT IIMIIMWIIlllMMMlM brtei - L mm iiri i ifniim ii t iriT t r- - - jr - - 3l mimi TiirrrrnriT r- fefS53e Miss Zena Hininhnbf Chicago is visiting Mr Clms Hadon and wife of Louis Mies Anna Lyons South Side villc who have been visitirjg friends here Entered at thopost nnice at Frankfort Kentucky Mrs AW Overton left Thursday morn Â¬ returned home Mcuidny morning FRANKFORT KY mscc pnd class mailable matter ing Tor Loliisvilleto visit her sister Rev Cad Lewis LL D Miss Mag MRS MARY T RUNYAN Principal Hon Green R Keller and J V Lovely McDowell and Miss Mary P Lewis ol OlJO A IKWIS OfiAUDK HUOKLlJV this county left for a visit to White Sulphur Esq of Paris were in the city Tuesday Tho Annual coin- Springs West Virginia Tuesday morning menco Thirty Second SeptemberSession will Term LEWIS BUCKLEY 6 1880 on Monday Mr Jas M Todd returned Thursday Mr A II McClnreand wife who have as usual payable in advance or monthly IP uTolisIiers afternoon from a visit to Denver Colorado tor circulars address the Principal been visiting Niagara Falls and the Noith Aug 7 Ot Miss Mamie Ay era of Woodford county ern cities for several weeks returned FRANKFOllT AUGUST 7 1880 is visiting Mies Bourn Sanders in this city Thursdny morning Mrs McClure stopping Mr Jas G Dudley and wife left Wednes nt Shelbyville to visit her mother TERMS day afternoon for a visit to New York City The following ladies and gentlemen of A residence in South Frankfort with or without this city and county will visit Chicago dur Â¬ stable and ctrriage house Apply to WbekIjV Roundabout is published every Tho Miss Bessie R Leach man of Louisville J U UULiiiMAN Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in is the guest of Miss Loulie Nuckols in this ing the sitting of the triennial conclave of Aug 7 lt the Grand Encampment Knights Tem- Â¬ advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents city plar which meets on the 16th of this Money may bo sent by post office money order Mr J L Waggener returned Thursday month Mrs Will Saflell Mrs K R or registered lotter at our risk visit of several weeks to Cleveland Bticon Mrs E II Taylor Mrs J M South Frankfort Ky Notices of Marriages THrths and Deaths from a Stephens Mrs Leslie Crutcher Mrs M J Obituary notices will Ohio froo of charge inserted BOYS UNDER 12 Pertey Misses Mary Todd Belle Hens FDR YOUNG LADIES GIRLS bo charged for nt our regular advertising rates Mrs M A Gay and her daughter Miss ley Jennie Morrow II Bettie Stewart Lena Years of Age Tho locality is pleasant anil Mollie are visiting friends in Woodford Stewart A Hie Todd Eleanor Holmes Todd healthful Tho session of 1880 81 will begin on The usual services at the Baptist Church county Satlell SalJie Sneed Jennie Todd Josie tho to morrow Miss Minnie Bartholomew of Louisville Ryan Minnie Triplett Rena Keenon Kate is visiting her cousin Miss Nannie Browder Meriwether Messrs Jas M Saflell Thos First Monday in September 1880 There are so few convicts in the peniten Â¬ in this city C Jcnes W S Dehoney E Whitesides and continue Forty Weeks Russell tiary now that it iooha lonesome J M Tuition in English Course 20 Dr J W Dodd and family of Nashville Stephens Sneed John Pendleton Murray Dan Meagher jr J A 140 Board and Washing Term have been spending the past week We will give a years subscription to the in David Nicol Jas Dudley Chas Bond W Extras nt usual ratos this city J Todd E Hummel and Dra J Q A JioumvnoUT for the largest watermelon For other information address Misses Carrie and Florence Montague Stewart and V A Knltenbrun MRS A L FRANKLIN Principal next three brought to this office in the were visiting relatives in the city the first July 31 tf weeks of the week Mrs Claude Buckley and her little boy In this city on Tuesday morning August The post office at Elmville in this county neigh Â¬ Harry have been visiting friends in Louis- 3d to tho wife of M F Avis a daughtor Emma has been abolished anil mail for that T ville this week borhood should be nddressed to PenkV In this city on Saturday August 31 to the Messrs A and Charlie Spolswood of wife of W S Cnplinger n daughter A new post office has been estab Mill Wllh 1IUV YOU ONB OK Lexington have been visiting Jriendsin this In this city on Monday August 2d to tho lished at A C Scotts store in the Bald city this week wife of Albert 0 Jeflers a son John Waltkii HARD TRUSSES Knob precinct Mr M E Jett and wife of Versailles IMAKKIXC1 in this city visit I B SfcELtY WARRANTED Genuine Stamped There was a Church Sociable at the spent Sunday and Monday ing relatives In this city on tho 4th inst by Rev J W residence of Mr Frank Wilson in thi Mr It K McClure is off on a visit to Lewis Mr EuflKXK Uosson and Miss Joskhhink The ground county Thursday night White Mountains and the Northern Anviv illuminated over one the were beautifully watering places hundred guests were present and enjoyed INSTITUTE Mr William Strobridge leaves this after- Â¬ It waa quite a noon for Peotone Ills where he will rethemselves very much WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT mam i - i MM Eaitor aid Â¬ For Rent FALL ACADEMY I -- -- BORN TRUSSES S300 MilYl I Â¬ RIB Â¬ pleasant affair mm EDI W The thirty second session of Greenwood Seminary will commence on Monday It is unnecessary to say September 0th anything in regard to this time honored in t titution as Mrs M T Runyan is too well known as an educator in this community vWe therefoie simply call your attention t her advertisement in another column By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that the next session of Ken tucky Eclectic Institute will begin on the It is the intention of the 0th of September managers to make this institution a per manent high school one that will furnish Â¬ - pupils when they leave the city school facilities for obtaining a classical and higher Eujilish education and a course of study will be planned especially for their benefit Experienced teachers have been employed and this old established institution ot learn ing will enter upon its nineteenth semi-annusession with the determination of all concerned to make it a permanency in main several months Councilman E P Bryan and family left Wednesday afternoon for Granville Ohio to visit his mother Miss Laura Morris who has been visiting in Henry county for several weeks is ex pected home tins evening Squire J W Jackson and daughter Miss Janie of this county left for Illinois Thursday to visit relatives Mr Win McEwan wife and daughter Mary have been visiting Mr J W Mc Ewan at Miduav this week S C Bull who has been absent from the city lor nearly three months has been at home on a short visit this week Mrs Martha A Roberts and Master Frank Knott of Louisville aie visiting the family of Mr Jos B Lewis in this city Mr E L Samuel and wife left Wednes day afternoon for Marthas Vineyard Mas sachusetts where they will hu several weeks Miss Lizzie Robinson of Cynthinna has been visiting Mrs Jas W Heffner for some time returned home Tuesday E PLUMLEY Successor to Da A J M Principal W DODD Trade Mark 5B53EBtigistoi6t A THOROUGH SCHOOL FOB NoSA No3 Concave Ho 8 Ho 4 CHILOREH YOUNfi PEOPLE OF BOTH SEXES Made in Every Form LIGHT COOL CLEAN Itol Â¬ Nineteenth Semi Annual Session Begins WILL NOT BREAK OR RUST dorsed September 6tb0 1880 Every ono sent out warranted They aro in Â¬ ty Drs Gross and Agncw of Philadel- Â¬ Come and sou thorn phia They are tho bet For salo by No charge to show N 13 It is the aim of this school to provide JOS LbCUMPTE the means for a South Frankfort Classical and Higher English Training encrins a series of years and with this object the school will be re classilied at tho beginning of tho next scsMon and etinli pupu will be as sitrntd to a nluco in the course A course of study will be planned for grad- Â¬ This course will re- Â¬ uates of the City School quire three years and its completion will entitlu who I tie sUdeui 10 a uipiuiuu i wiusa in Â¬ Â¬ GRAND RATIFICATION THERE WILL HE A 01UND Ratification Meeting and Baiku on at Hald Knob School house morning Misses Belle and Kate Sunders who have been visiting the Misses Taylor in Personal Winchester the past two weeks returned home Monday Miss Ilettie Robinson is visiting in Shelby county Mrs J L Jones and daughters Misses Annie and Mattie left Tuesday afternoon Miss Bertha Watson ia visiting friends in for a visit of several weeks to relatives near Yeivailles Beards Station Miss Deiiiu Khar bus been visiting friends Mr F C Hughes and wife returned the in Louisville this week llrst of the week from an extended visit to Rev Arthur Peniok is visiting friends in Niagara Butfalo Lake Chautauqua and ltoanoke county Virgiuiu other points North Dr das Rodman of Hopkinsville has Mr V Berberich ami bride nee Miss been in the city this week Sophie Keller returned to this city Thurs Tennic firay who has been very ill fur day afternoon from an extended bridal lour in the Northern States tome time is convalescing Â¬ Frank fort I Regular Uarhccuo DinDancing and Music will bo organized and taught by an experienced ner and Uurgoo No liquois allowed on tho This class will bo open to tliose who ground teacher Tho following speakers hnvo been inApparatus for vited and arc expected to attend Hon J CS arc not members of the school teaching Astronomy and Physics and a referenco Uluokburn Hon Win Cravens Hon W 0 lihiary will bo provided The Otvons Hon J D Lillard nnd others Tho ladies aro especially invitod to attend VOCAL MUSIC AND PAINTING Committee of Arrangements is composed of J S Classes in Vocil Music Painting and Draw Â¬ Harrod J M Moore Albert Violet and Low is Managers leorgo V Harrod and ing will bo organized during the month of Sep riiirrod Aug J lit A class in China James A Viilct tember bv Mrs Ilumley Painting will also be formed The above school will change its location to tho J UWBTT PROPERTY opposito the City A Two Story Ilrick House with seven rooms in School good repair on Clinton street opposlto tho Cap- Â¬ ZETe itol Grounds Enquire of -- u BoarcLi3agr g w iwiN Juiv ai at will bo receivod into tho Principals family For terms mid particulars apply to Â¬ W E PLUMLEY or JN CRUTCHER Ky Frankfurt Â¬ Chemistry with Laboratory Practice TTIUHSDAY AUGUST IfMli Â¬ FOR RENTr w 2upils Job Work Mcatly Exe cuted at this Oilice hL4tf - fVHRV4 i PWHwf Atyforti torktyir- - - it- r- - ifi jjji uiJQtuaniiLil- 1 Mmm 3 am Messrs W J Chinn and Silas M Noel Mrs Belle llogan has been elected to the position of teacher at the Feeble minded have purchased the MeAulifle property on Institute recently made vacant by the mar- the south east corner of Main and Ann Fit AlT K FORT AUUTST 7 1880 streets and are remodeling and improving it riage of Miss Sallie French considerably The main building will be LARGEST CIRCULATION IH CITY AND COUNTY A pnrtv of ladies and gentlemen came raided to three stories the upper portion down torn Versailles W mine day saw the being lilted up as a residence and the first TO TRAVELERS nights about the city and took their dinner floor will be divided into two stoie rooms at Lake Park Thev had a pleasant dav The L portion will be divided into two resi- On and after April 28th 1870 trains on the L 0 fc L R R will leave Frankfort daily Sundays for their ride which was taken in a furn- deuces John Haley the boss lecotiatrueter iture car excepted as follows of old hou es is doing the work WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Photographic Studio 111 Vxt Mttrkut St Ifi M WTBBAITTS - LOU1SV1LLK Mny Icl Fourth tnnt Fifth IvV Â¬ ICE I will deliver pure Not torn Lake Iuo at my residetno or in anj part of the pity as cheiip as the ch iipcet May Tl tf TRAINS WEST No 4 No 12 Tioave Loaves Frankfort TRAINS BAST Frankfort 813 a m 250 o m Johnnie Hutchison says the story about his having halted Gov Blackburn and the Indies at Crab Orchard and lefused to let A LOCAL NOTICES PHLMP II JOIN 904 a m No 9 Leave Frankfort 641 p rn No 11 Loiivo Frankfort Tho 250 l M train will make clono connection as formerly for Cincinnati E P BRYAN Mmi Â¬ Mr J C Coleman has n house for rent See li is advertisement The mercury dropped Wednesday morning down to 00 Everybody will have to pay to get into the air next month The free list has been suspended Since the poat ollice in this city has been a money order ollice 27233 orders have been issued T A The yield of the wheat crop throughout this county will not average more than bottom of a glass No 1 insisted that his to the acre twelve bushels friend should come up and vote for Han field for President but the friend mainKorty two of the convicts sent out several tained that Garcock was the best man and weeks ago to work on the Big Sandy Rail he would vote for him After wrangling road weie returned to prison Tuesday being over the matter for awhile they weie told unlit for work by a third parts that the presidential elecThe Eppeiou property in South Frank tion did not take piano till November and fort was ofleicd for Mite last Monday and concluded to wait until then when it is the inot of it sold but the prices not suit- Â¬ hoped they will be sober enough to get the ing the heirs it was all withdrawn names of their respective candidates Â¬ Â¬ o nice line of Hammocks low down at Drydens Post office Nevvs Depot them through the lines is all right except the cubs words lies a Sunday school Come and see how low I am selling strap slippers Newport ties light sole scholar and dont talk that wav shoes drv goods notions Aic at LOGAN MclvEES St Clair street Local Option has been in force at the Dryden keeps the best live cent cigars in Stamping Ground Scott county for two Frank tort years and the vote upon the question was A Circulating Library for sale at a bar Â¬ taken a second time last Monday at the gain Will sell whole library or separate instance of the saloonists when the tem- volumes and will offer our books tor rent perance men again triumphed and those until sold Catalogue and price furuihsed on who want whiskv will have to iro awav application to Marshall te Meagher from home to get it News Depot the Drydens best place in Frankfort to find all the latest A sovereign who had absorbed consider- novelties Special bargains in Languedoc lace at able stagger fluid last Mondav went to the Gritliu Bros poles to vote anil there met a friend who Yon can find all the latest daily weekly had been making observation through the Â¬ Po-t-ofli- ce W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Music and Musical Goods LARGEST BEST ASSORTMENT IH THE CITY String for IMiinn Violin Violoncello Guitar A ful lino of Instruction Bonks a Banjo Ac way on hand Order tor Sheet music solicited Music published any whore promptly obtained at Publishers Prices Now Music received month- ly -- W J CHINN DKALKR IN Â¬ ALL KINDS OF COAL and monthly paper and magazines at Dr dens Post otlice News Depot FOR Willsol latthe very lowest figure C COAL G COAL B ASH MACK LIN Lands of the Bible By Prof OF COAL ON A LL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale Â¬ J W Mcthrvey Containing a narativo of the Authors Travels his popular Letters of Travel Also a thor- Â¬ ough and systematic account of all Palestine arranged in a convuniont and intelligible form It will enable the Trencher tho Sunday School Teacher and tho ordinary Biblo Reader to readi Â¬ ly inform themselves about any of the places Mr Thomas Bedford of thi cuuntv straight o mentioned in almost any manners customs threshed a field of wheat lat week which One of the inmates of the Feeble minded passage of Scripture yielded 2ti bushels to the acre This is the Institute a little girl about 12 years of age J C COLEMAN Agent for Franklin County July 24 St heard of from a crop in best yield we have BEST IN THE WORLD this county this year The gentle rain the farmer- - were so anxious for last week fell Tuesday and has done a vast deal of good to the corn crop Roasting which was needing it badly oirs will now be plentiful If there is not a number of persons pre sented to the next grand jury for false swear ing it will not be because tl ere were not different tales told before the coroners jury this week by the same pa i ties Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Company have The L C As L Expre exchanged the old grey and thebiiiall wagon Miss Minnie Rodman onlv daughter of they have been lining in this city for a large Jos L Rodman Esq died very suddenly wagon anil a splendid span of horses the at the residence of her parents in this city whole rig being a l0U0 layout Wednesday afternoon She was taken ill been placed on the Tuesday afternoon about five oclock ami If that gas po t had corner of Clinton and Wilkersou streets a Dr W B Rodman was called in and suc little sooner perhap- - it would not have ceeded in lelieving her but Wednesday been so hard to got at the true inwardness morning at eleven oclock she was taken with a congestive chill and died in two of the murder committed Monday night pi Her death fell with crushing hours Blind Dave swayed back and forth and eflect upon a family circle of which she made music on the street corners Thursday was the idol ami has filled with deep sad and from the shouts that proceeded from ness the hearts of her uianv young friends the crowds that surrounded him we should She was just blooming into womanhood judge that his songs were new and amusing ami wus a great favorite with all who Her funeral took Monday afternoon Mr das F Daily knew her intimately place from the Baptist Church Thursday eloped with Miss Mollie Callery of this fount v and the two were made one flesh in afternoon Elder P S Fall delivering an this city by Rev J 11 Tharp The happy impressive discourse and was more largely couple then left for the Forks of Elkhorn attended than any funeral that has taken place in this city for years to visit friends Â¬ concluded last Friday afternoon that she wanted to see her mother and set out on foot about one oclock to try to find her She had been gone about half an hour when she was missed and search for her instituted Late that evening it was learned that she was seen walking down the railroad towards Louisville and persons were notified at he different stations to watch for her coming Saturday morning a dispatch notified Dr Stewart that she had been found at Bagdad and taking the early morning train down he returned with her at nine oclock BEST TPLAOK -- Iu Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at P V Gray Who have Gos just ropoived a mammoth stock of Which they offer at prices to suit everybody They keen none but the very bust and guarantee every article to be just as represented and Full CHOICE GUfcOOJElilES Wkioiit inovory instance A COLUMBIAN E H fnll line of TAYLOR SUCCKoSOH TO STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Wooden and Slone Ware Is the Cheapest place to buy your And everything usually kept in a first class 8TOYES TIN WAKE grocery S3 0 ANTS7KI3 OODfci Watson Co of CotlVo Tryour 80 centTeaand choice brands B st Freidi Oysters always on hand jan 15 tf jT M- - STEPHENS DKWKK IN House Furnishing Goods MANTELS GRATES i Fresh and S M Mi - of Cair St near Woodoi irjAiNiviroTia Meats of all kinds delivered to the oity free of charge Jive me ky jnw work srVmiT any part J M WAKEFIELD a call Dealer ol Hi Kinds Iron and Tin Roofing Guttering Bridge DAN Woll In all Kinds of HANCOCK HAS A Livery Stable located coon Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shingles o c Office B renk low llooes in and a is prepared to Board or and Saw Mils near Itailroad Hrldjru 31 satisfactory manner Jul Tciuis ID tf F lfc Jun AK ly F O fc T IV PPP-- VHSM f j fc v 4 Ml i V- - f v - awvafctesfc WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT bad comptmy nnd lot whixky alone boys nnd you wont gel into trouble Avoi l Forty twoconvicts left this city JTliUredny morning under guard to take the place of those emploved on the Big Sandy Hail road who were unlit for dntv and returned to the penitetginry several days ago A number of witnesses were examined before the coroners jury Tuesday who had not een or heard a thing about the murder Wednesday ofternoon these same witnesses were recalled and it was astonishing how much they knew about the killing What Had they a revelawas the cause of it tion Â¬ He may poricneeof he Timber Inspectors be right indiis statement but I will say this much I saw them inspecting timber and I thought the inspection was pretty ridged and I think I have some knowledge of timber as I have been a sawyer for 25 or He says that men get dissatisfied 30 years ami leave the best answer I can give is its too much like work nnd if a man has not Via The Louisville and Cincinnati Short Line got considerable vim about him he wont stick As to the number of time keepers I dont know of but one at Cedar and that is Mr James T Puvall Then he speaks of there being no carpenters At the time he was at Cedar there were no carpenters To Ningnra VnUt Toronto Cnnndn Lnko Chntltnuriiin Lnko Erionml Lnko Untnrio needed At present Mr Fisher the gate Concho Pnrlor Cnrsond Piiluco Sleepers will run through to the Fnlla and return without change builder is there and Mr Abigail who is an Round Trip to Niagara Palls 8 Lake Chautauqua 7 Put-In-Ba- y I would like to say Pare experienced workman more but I think there has been too much 6 Pare for Double Berth in Sleepers to the Palls for said for any good to grow out of it the Round Trip only 3 Very respectfully John L Joxks For full particular eeo tunall bill or call on the Short Lino agents SECOND ANNUAL Royal Palace Excursion 18 8 O Put-In-Bn- AUGUST lOTH y Sunday School Reports m m if W3 a A trotting race Saturday afternoon Report of the Christian Sundav school was well attended and although the trine Number of officers teachers and pu Â¬ was slow the boys enjoyed the fun The 215 pils enrolled August 1st 306 summary Highest attendance during month following is the 147 Lowest attendance during month 131 Sallie Johnson 15G 3 2 Average attendance during month Mji due Teachers absent during month 225 Hughes 2 59 4 5 4 Average collection during month Oloslpr 3 New scholars received during month 54 Mastin 49 6 G G Visitors during month Maud S Teachers Meeting every Friday evening 30IU 304 Time 312 Hour of holding Sunday School M a m trotting race was over Messrs After the Visitors to the school always welcome W C Bedford and Lewis Cox made up a Ciahkxci EaiiKitT Sccy I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing at quarter race which was won by the former Report of the Episcopal Sunday school although his horse ilew the track oud time Number of ollicers teachers and pu- Â¬ 178 pils enrolled Aug 1st was lost in getting it back again 105 For this afternoon there is a match Highest attendance during month 8 Lowest attendance during month trotting race between horses belonging to Average attendance during month 98 Messrs John Ayres and Leslie Collins two Teachers absent during month 5 S4 35 Mens Skeleton Suits is expected that in addi- Â¬ Average collection during month It best in three 37 5 Blue Flannel Suits tion there will be several quarter and half New scholars received during month 6 50 11 Visitors during mouth mile running races 7 00 Hour of holding Sunday school 91 a m Good Light colored Cassimere Suits Boys Blue Flannel Suits Visitors cordially received 5 00 Several weeks ago John Vonderhide a John X Hutchison Secy Odd Pants from 75 cents to 5 00 convict made his escape form the penitenReport of the Methodist Sunday school Mens Office Coats 35 tiary and alter two or three days was re Number of oflicers teachers and pu Boys Coats 25 While at captured near Beards Station 11G pils enrolled August 1st Boys Mohair Coats 50 84 large he stole some clothing from Dr Dow Highest attendance during month Boys Black Luster Coats 75 Lowest attendance during month den at LaGiange and a little negro girl was Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 to 5 less than former prices Larere Stock 73 Average attendanceduring month ravished and murdered near Brownsboro Teachers absent 12 Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices during month and lie was suspicioned of having committed Average collection during month - r 0 45 lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats 5 He would have been hung by a New scholars received during month the crime below cost at 20 mob had it not been for the ofHcer that Visitors during month Sunday School 2 i m Hour of holding had him in charge running him ofV When Visitors always welcome captured he had no shirt on and no traces of Wesmv Wkioht Secy He claim- Â¬ his crime were found upon him Bridgeport ed he had worn no shirt since discarding Cor Main Clair Streets Frankfort Ky the one he hail on when he left the prison Stock hogs in good demand NB Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable but a shirt wastnis ed by Dr Dowden and We are going to have a military com- for confirmation been searchthe citizens of LaGrangehave pany ing for it ever since the crime was committed is very ill with cholera Mrs Anderson Powers and her little It was found Monday hid in a patch of Little Hoy Shinn Elmville infantum daughter Eunice are visiting Mrs Simon Dr ami was covered with blood briars Mr Hall the photographer will leave Rumor says we are to have a wedding in Shea in Eminence Dowden and his wife both identified the shirt to morrow for Owen county Bridgeport soon Mrs Alice Lynn and her live interesting and it seems to be pretty well settled that We have one young man in our town Mi5Annie Sheets is visiting relative in children of Louisville are visiting Mr We Vonderhide is to be tried for murder who talks to three sisteis and cannot tell Jos Kobfaon this week Woodford county understand that a petition for a special Good Templars meet this evening at one from the other Miss Mary Mngill of Shelby county is term of court to try him has been numer vi citiht oclock There will he an election of Miss Bettie Calvert of Stamping Ground iting at Dr Lee Crutchers signed at LaGrange but whether it ous and Miss Annie Oflutt of Georgetown are ollicers A full attendance is desiied C Bs Editorial Correspondence is very will be ordered we are unable to say In The personal property of A C Taylor visiting Misses Bettie and Alice Wigginton Â¬ We hope he will keep it up interesting Miss Oflntt speaks in flatter is locked up in the meantime Vonderhide deceased was sold at public auction last1 of this place ing terms of Elmville and its people Mrs Ends and little Miss Nellie Allen Saturday II is old saddle horse Mack his cell in the penitentiary hove returned to their home in Lexington sold for 4150 one cow and calf 37 t Mis Alice Calvert of Scott county has 3 50 per cwt fat oxen stock returned home after a visit of several weeks U one yoke III IJIIIWir IIC UltXIIUII A Card K C Gaines was elected Con hogs at 4 cents per pound Everything here whiskv She left many sad hearts in our told high Biu stable village and particularly one three milen KiUtnr Roundabout south west of here Ilise Mr N Z and Miss Ilallie Alexander who has been Please permit me to say n few words per- In bronchial and other chest affections iwclmun mining to thecard of Mr Mm my Ueatarls visiting friends in Shelhyville has returned in arresting incipient consumption and in Died Near this place on the 2Dth of out with the statement that on July lOth he home lessening the distressing symptoms of this July Mrs L A Hedrick in the 07th year counted eleven men at work mi Cedar Dr Lee Crutcher and family have re- i w rv in its hopeless stages as well as in of her age 11 Mrs Iledrick bore her sick itiHinl flUIII o malt ir fYwtnjfbi m UUVI liv disease in Ktj illVMWq II VU fO J don t suppose thev were thoroughly or cases of nervous debility in giving tone toness with a Christian spirit and talked of ganised I will state that on the 30th of county the system Fellows fyrtip of Ilypophos- - death an 11 welcome visitor She was a July there was 100 men at work on the Mr Wm Tnlor koM 12 stock hogs to phites is undoubtedly a valuable remedy zealous member of the Christian Church dam and everything was working ays Mr McCormick of Shelby county at 4 Jno McMuhuav Methodist Minister for thirty years Bath county papers will Newport N S Minatically Then he speaks of the iuex cents per pound please copy J K II The year Messrs McChosney and Ilealy will accompany tho train as before July 31 2t The saino fncilitir lurnishcd and attention givon tho oxcuraioniata last year will bo given this GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Clothing OF Clothsn 1 1 1 Clothing STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Â¬ Â¬ SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHiNG HOUSE and St Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ j 1 llti-3- l- 1 ii 1 I lin C I I t