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WMmjummmM a Jfebteii The Weekly Kouiidaboiit BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers M DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume ii i FRANKFORT KY Editorial Correspondence AUGUST 14 1880 Number 47 cheerful and full of business and it makes DnT T Bkadfoiips Cure for Rheumatism s ga a n03trum one feel good to mix with the people for preparation compounded by an experi- Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Louisvilms Ky Aug 4th 1880 few hours wood church edifices and first lcnccd physician with a view to the cure of the Leaving Mt Sterling just on the eve of class schools are to lie found here overy above complaints To any who aro sufforing Music and Musical Goods Andersons pale of short horna I proceeded thing seems to be pushed along in a wo oHor this remedy a a suio euro nnd can furnish tho most reliable testimonials from per- Â¬ BESTASSDBTMENT IN THE C TY to LABGEST business like way few loafers are to be sons who havo used it an been relieved Price Strings for Piano Violin VillloncuIIo Guitar WINOIIESTKU flfty cents per bottle Further information giv- Â¬ seen on the streets and everybody appears en by tho solo A full lino of Instruction Books al Banjo Ac proprietor Dr T T Bradford where I found everybody ami their kin wnys on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Ky to be in a hurry all of which speaks well Augusta For salo by Y II Averill Music published nHywhorc promptly obtained at folks recovering from the effects of the disFrankfort Ky John D Pirk k Sons whole- Â¬ flew iuusio received month sipation of the night previous politely for Harrodsburgs 2100 inhabitants sale agents Cincinnati 0 ruulishcr8irico8 feb2l Gm DANVIMU banquet called the short horn Headache l Rl I Tt is quite a and drowsiness was the universal complaint was my next stopping place Ull the general verdict being that cham nice town but I confess I wassomewhat DKAIKR IN Fresh It is a pretty any part Milk from grass fed cows delivered in pagne had been too plentiful at the banquet disappointed in the place of the city unpopular prices ATT town but I expected to see a prettier The UWiiLi and too freelv indulged in tiJULx 1YL1NUQ I am of the opinion that under ordinary Deaf and Dumb Institute and some verv tho Worlds Greatest Instrument Wni3oHit the very lowest figures circumstances Winchester is a bright live fine schools are located here Two of the Chicksrinc Pianos Gablcr Pianos Kurtrman Pianos Mason Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs looking place but I happened to strike the best papers in the State and two or three good hotels are also located here The town at a time when its 2o00 inhabitants TD IF1 S3 TT 3Lj jD 3 were not feeling particularly well and 1 streets are wide and in uood order the llio Fourth Avenue Loui vilk solo agent for all spent a correspondingly dull afternoon here houses look well business seems to be fair of tho above which in selling for 2fi years I am the town is above convinced aro the very best mude Everything To make matters worse Tom Sluart of and taken altogether pertaining to music to be ftn I hero the Clark County Democrat the only the average I left the place early Saturday morning man with whom I had any acquaintance S D and got home for breakfast After spend wns out of town and I felt indeed as a ing a couple of days in the Capital City I stranger in a strange place Winchester is improving Some very fine came to Louisville at which place I am Office and Residence Man ten House Block Si I suppose I could say noth business ouses are being erected here of still sojourning Clair Sin ing of the Falls City that would be new which the new Clark County National ICY to the reaclets of the Roundabout so I will Apr2o ly Bank building deserves particular mention close this letter CB It is three stories high and has a beautiful NEW PLANING MILL front the first story being of cast iron and Some of our manufacturers send their the balance of the front of the building machinery to Louisville to have it repaired being of galvanized iron the work of our when they can get the work done at the Having recently added to his Establishment a enterprising fellow townsman Ed Power Capital City Machine Works for about First Class Planing Mill The best hotel in the famous Blue Grass what the freight to Louisville and return Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of 8Uccr3Son to Itegon the Rees House is located here costs them Doo franR and is a credit to the town g An enterpiaing colored man in thiscit left Winchester at noon and stopped I ALSO hit upon the idea of making all the Is the Cheapest place to buy your in Lexington long enough to have a pleasant at a wedding at his house last weekguest Scroll Work Stair Work pay Turnina chat with Dr Yantis member of the fir their supper and when supper was an Gotten out in tho Best Style Legislature from Fleming county and then v STOVES TINWARE May 15 tf n uinced collected twenty five cents from taking the three oclock p m freight train all but the bride and groom and realized on the C S U R I hurried on to quite a neat sum W H AVERILL aiX T 1 - Â¬ J CHINH VI Â¬ -- o rjetj irore THEaWORLD BEST m Â¬ A P SMITH M Physician and Surgeon 1 COLUMBIAN E H J M WAKEFIELD Ids TAYLOR Watsoii Co hi ill 33 House Furnishing Goods NionoLASviru- - MANTELS Iron and Tin fioofing i GRATES c Guttering frc job work a sncmin J M WAKEFIELD Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shingles cc Office and Saw Mills near Railroad Bridgo R ly FJan A K F 31 -- O RT IN KY J M STEPHENS DKWKK Fresh and Sill Meats - of All Kinds St Clair St near Wooden Bridge FRANKFORT - KY Meats of nil kinds deliTored to any pnrt of tlio cty free of ohurgo Give we a call the county seat of Jessamine county situ ated just twelve miles south of Lexington Nicholasville has a population of 2100 and is considerably scattered around It nice new court house just completed has a at a cost of 42000 a fint r looking building than the 110000 court house in Paris and a very comfortable little hotel The town dont seem to be overrun with business nor do the inhabitants seem to be in any special hurry to get through life I spout but a few hours in Nicholasville and then hurried over to iiAiiiipn mriin where I found everybody making preparations for the grand Democratic ratification which was to take place the following day After a good nights rest at the National Hotel which by the way is first class in every- particular took nu early start to see the town There are some splendid place here nothing magnificent but grand old places -- that have unmistakable -- signs of The business houses comfort and ease are not gorgcois but are quite substantial looking and what is better seem to be doing n thriving trade Everybody sceihs Â¬ - Â¬ JA9 O UIIAWXIIK RICK X I The Franklin Presbyterian congregation will worship to morrow Aug loth in the school house of the Frankfort High School A services beginning at eleven oclock cordial invitation to the meeting is hereby extended to the public Very respectfully A For any and all kinds of Brick Work Biek lor sale at the lowest market price Orders lull at n Ohinn s coal scales will receive prompt at1 - COTBACTOBS MILCH COWS FOR SALE 1WAWNER MnXIEI McDANItiL tantion M Stated supply of Franklin Church of the Sinking Fund Gi2Xtm-mi-We take this method of calling your attention to the filth v condition f the lot belonging to the State east of the prison which is being used as a hog pen From lva to seven barrels of slop s emptied there daily besides the garbage which accumulates in the prison yard There is a mud hole twenty feet square caused by slop water troin the female de partment in which from seventy live to one hundred hogs wallow daily The lot being State property it is only through you that we can look for or expect relief It is not only offensive but it is endangering the lives of five or six families who are not only tux payers but Good Citizkvs Â¬ Fkvku To the Commissioners I have ten good Milch Cows fivo of which aro fresh whioh L will soil cheap for cash 51 tf JOHN KIEHNAH Having had a number of years oxporienco at I otTer my services to the citizens of Franklin county as an Auctioneer and wll sell stock on the street household goods or do gen- Â¬ eral farm auctioneering Orders left at the stoio of Mr V Berlmrich or tho stable of Dan Han cook will receive prompt attention Char es moderate JJPETERSON tho business 30 tf - the use of Fellows Compound Syrup of Hypophoaphites the blood is speedily vital- Â¬ ized and mil i fiod nnd so niiulo onnnbtn nf producing a sound mind and a sound body By TYPE ItiS Vinr Street Chintniatl Ohio ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON- FOUNDRY Tho Type on wlih li this paper Is printed Hie uImjshj PoumlQ En i from 1fa--- r f -- m i AH v MJlMttteiv 3 Mrs Thoe II Hines left Monday morning orR vint to relatives In Bowling Green p if In this city J on ihd 9th int by HcV J M FrO M Reyonhlsmid wife orTallndegft Lewis Mr Jos E Kjcushaw and Miss Annih Alabama are visiting relatives in this city Siiocklkv Side is the agent for the sale of Seeleys Miss Lizzie Rodenbnugh of Nicholasville OliO A LEWIS Hard Rubber Trusses the best that are ObAUDH I1UCKLKV 13 I made and if you need such an article call is the guest of Mies Lizzie Tharp in this LEWIS BUCKLEY In this city on Saturday August 7 18SH and see him Joe always keeps the best city fit Mil only child or Mr Henrv Pifor in tho aaaca SFiatolisliers goods in his line and will treat you right Mrs L S Coleman returned the first of 8lh year of her age the week from a visit to relatives in Shelby for hes a first class fellow FRANKFORT AUGTST 14 1880 county Â¬ WEEKUY ROUNDABOUT r By reference to our advertising columns it wilbc4een that Mr Jos LeCotripte who 1 j s s4 Entered at tho posUbffiolBntFraKkfbrt Kentucky jkeeps r fiwt cFh83tirtig storajon the South nfcocrtnd elassiuatlablo mutter marrWd1 EI Editors TERMS The Wrkklv Roundabout is published every Saturday at one dollar per annum Invariably In advance Six months 50 cents thrco months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered letter at our risk jSr Noticcs of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates The streets need denning Mrs Ward has received an elegant line The ladies should of fall hats and bonnete call and see them Howard Smith will offer his residence at public sale on Monday September 6th at the court house door Col D Â¬ But few comparatively went from this city to Niagara over the Short Line Tues day and it was due to mismanagement on the part of some one connected with the railroad No sleeping car berths could be secured here and a number who had made all their arrangements to go staid at home on that account and all those who went took the chances of having to sit up all night while on the road It was a great disappointment to many of our citizens some of whom will take the trip next week over the Kentucky Central Â¬ The colored people of this and adjoining counties will give an agricultural fair at this place the week following the fair of the Kentucky Industrial Association passing over the bridge to South Frankfort if you will step into Joe Le Comptes you can get one of the best five cent cigars to be had in this city for he keeps only the best In A special premium of ten dollars for the best display of cut Howers to be exhibited in the floral hall at the Fair Ground during Personal our coming fair has been offered by Mr and Messrs Marshall Eil Power Mr G W Owen died at 7 oclock this Meagher will give a fine pair of ladies shoes morning worth 6 50 to the owner of the finest trio Rev J W Pugh is visiting relatives in chickens of any breed exhibited at the Virginia of Miss Bertha Watson is expected home same time from Versailles to day Some fine peaches have been shipped to Mr Jas L Sneed of Louisville is visitthis market and bold by the box Lately ing relatives in this city however some of our citizens have been Judge J M Collins of Grant county The packer swindled in their purchases was in the city this week of the boxes they bought had placed a Mins Ellen Todd of Belle Point is visit layer of nice good sized free stone peaches in ing friends in Lexington the bottom and top of the box but the cen Mr Geo A Robinson is able to be out ter was filled up with very small cling again we are happy to state Mones many of them being but very little Mrs J F Lewis ami son Master Sneed larger than marbles are visiting relatives in this city Mr John B Lindsey and wife have been The exaininiuc trial of Theodore and on a visit to Cincinnati this week Robert Davis for being concerned in the Rev J N Chestnut and wife of Missouri murder of Clint Montague was begun of last week before are visiting hit parents in this city Friday afternoon Miss Laura Morris returned Monday Eiquires McDonald and Tinsley and con until Tuesday from a visit to friends in Henry county tinued from day to day Mrs Mary A Todd of Versailles is morning when the parties were held over visiting the family of Mr Jos B Lewis Theodore Davis1 bail to the Circuit Court Mr Lee C Woodson who has been quite was fixed at 3000 and Roberts at 1000 sick for a week past is able to be out again which thev both nave and were released Dr B T Wood formerly of this city from jail has located at Columbia in Adair county Early in the summer hardly a week passed Mr Wallace Egbert of Louisville has but some of the employes at some one ol been visiting relatives in this city this week the city hud their hands the Miss Annie Thomas one of Paducahs and arms cut or their fingers hawed ofi greatest belles is visiting Miss A Hie Todd Thin the mills above the city furnished Miss Mary lleese of Lexingtion has several accidents of similar nature and this been visiting the Misses Lawler this week week the lower mills come to the front Mrs John W McClttre hns if this thing is been visiting relatives in this of Alton week nirain in the same line city this kept up until winter comes there will not Miss Lizzie Powell accompanied by be fingers enough left among the old hands Master Andrew Norwood left laf t Monday to point out the dangers to the green ones for a three weeks visit to friends in Louis Iville and Oldham count v that are employed Â¬ Â¬ saw-mills-belo- w Mr Win Scofield the boss fruit raiser of this county presented the Roundabout office Wednesday with a half peck of the Sevenfinest peachps we have ever seen teen of them filled the measure heaping full and two of them were as much as any one could eat at one sitting They were delicious and were enjoyed by our whole force who unanimously voted Mr Scofield a trump He has always brought the best fruit to this market and in this instance hns excelled himself His wagon is always filled with the choicest varieties of fruit grown by himself and if you want the best he can always supply you The fruit he brought to this office would have taken the blue ribbon at anv fair Â¬ Mrs Richard Ferguson left Thursday morning for a two weeks visit to friends in Louisville W E PLUMLEY A H Principal Miss Jennie Mnrkham returned Saturday Successor to Dr J W DODD afternoon from a visit of several weeks to friends in Paris Rev C W Miller has been nttending the SCHOOL Knvanaugh Camp Meeting at Beards Station this week ran Miss Lizzie Watson is very ill al the CHILDHEN YOUNG PEOPLE OF BOTH SEXES residence of her father Mr John Watson on Maple Avenue Nineteenth Semi Annual Session Begins Ira Julian Esq left Wednesday afternoon for Charleston West Virginia where he goes on business Mrs Sol Harris and children returned Thursday afternoon from a visit to Cnpe N B It is tho aim of this school to provider May and Long Branch the means for a Mr R K McClure returned Thursday Classical and Higher English Training afternoon from his trip to the White Mouncohering a series of years and with this object tains and the Eastern cities the school will b reclassified nt tho beginning Mrs Gathright who has been visiting of the next scsMon find each pupil Trill bo as Â¬ the Misses Risk South Side returned to signed to n place in tho course A course of study will bo plan nod for grad Â¬ her home in Louisville yesterday uates of tho City School This course will re- Â¬ Mr C H Mantle wife and family of quire three years and its completion will ontitlo Louisville have been visiiingtlie family ol tho student to a diploma A class in Mr Stephen Black near this city Chemistry with Laboratory Practice Mrs T M Turner who hns been visiting will bo organizod and taught by an experienced friends in Virginia the past two mouths teacher This class will be open to thoao who returned home Saturday afternoon are not members of the school Apparatus for Mips Sallie Smith who has been visiting teaching Astronomy and Physics and n reference library will bo provided relatives in Shelby and Jefferson counties returned home the first of the week VOCAL MUSIC AND PAINTING Classes in Vocil Music Painting and Draw- Â¬ Miss Addie Gibbons of Lexington who hns been visiting Mrs J K P South in ing will be organized during the month of Sep- Â¬ tember by Mrs Plum ley A class in China this county returned home Thursday Painting will also bo formed Tho above school will change its location to Mr Arthur Stedman of Louisville who the TEWETT PROPERTY opposite the City has been visiting his parents in this county for several weeks returned home yesterday school Miss Gussie Von Borries of Louisville who has been visiting fremdsin this city for will be received into tho Principal family For apply to sonic time returned home yesterday morn terms and particulars W E PLUM LEY or ing JNCRUTCHER Mr Jake Corbett returned the first of Frunkforlf Ky the week from a visit of several weeks to western Kentucky and a trip to the North Â¬ RUE n 111 A THOROUGH I Â¬ September 6tli 1830 Â¬ Â¬ west FALL ACADEMY South Frankfort Ky FOH YOUNG LADIES Mr Sidney K Smith of St Louis Mo who has been visiting his parents in this city for some time returned home Thurs GIRLS Â¬ I BDYS UNDER 12 day morning Years of Age The loenlity is pleasant nnd Bettie Monroe who has been visit healthful The session of 1880 91 will begin on Mrs Tenn the gin her daughter near Clarksville the past two months returned home Wednes First Monday in September 1880 day afternoon and continue Forty Weeks Dr W L Crutcher left for Maine Tues 20 Tuition in English Course day morning to accompany his wife who M0 Board nnd Washing hns been visting in that Stale for some Extras nt usual rates time on her journey home For othiT information address MRS A L FUA NKLIN Principal Mrs Jas A Hodges and little ones of July 31 tf Louisville have been visiting at Col J X Crutchersin Belle Point this week and will leavo for Stamping Ground to day Mrs W B Rodman who hns been on an excursion to the White Mountains and THERE WILL BE A GRAND Montreal Canada the past two or three weeks returned home Thursday afternoon Barbecue Eaticatioo Meeting Messrs John W McClure Win Martin W B Robinson und son C E Collins at Bald Knob School house on Zach Church Grant Green jr Frank Cannon Charlie Saffell Jas Rodman Col THURSDAY AUGUST llMh Â¬ Regular Barbecue DinDancing and Mudio R D Allen and Capt Crump left on the No liquors allowed on tho ner and Burgoo cxcurflion train for Niagara Tuesday morn- - ground The following speaKer have been in- ing mill Mr Jno V Jtalmnn nnd wile vited and ure expected to attend Hon J OS y left on the wune train for Bluckburn Hon Wm Cravens Hon W C Â¬ Â¬ -- GRANDlUflFlOAfiON aii 1 Put-in-Ba- nortN of Dr Win VanDyki In Louisville on Friday July 2H Cheatham a daughter Hon J D Lillard are especially invited Committee of ArrHiigomontsi to the wife Ilarrod J M Moore Albert MniinonrxOfiirirn Emzaiiuth fTfirrml Jaiuc A Violet Oivcns Milled and others to attend V Tho composed of J S Violet and Lewis Hiirrml Tho Aug 7 in it 2t n W trtf j W- - f - -- t s vvy -- - wWMt i -- r 1 i U 4ur 1 ti A 4 d - UU - nr tti - t i h ftii ti 3 III 3CJXIZLiE3dElT 1 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT MURDER WILL OUT Messrs B S Dustin nntl S K Fleming Hall Gives Himself Up and Clears formerly ol Louisville have opened a boiled Away the Mystery That has Enveloped tne Craw factory in this city They will for the pres Tragedy ent have their place of business at the Capital City Machine works where they can We hope their enterprise will he found Dode Davis Did the Shooting prove successful Â¬ The back wall of the L ol the old jail building on Clinton street fell out Wednes Fortunately no one was living in day that portion of the house and no damage was done This old building was occupied by the jailer while Bcauchnmpc who killed Col S P Sharp was confined in the jail which stood in the vnrd A Â¬ little fellow who wrts the possesor of a counterfeit half dollar amused himself and a number of others Thursday afternoon by tying a thread to the half dollar placing it on the crossing at the Telephone ollice corner and by means of the thread jerking it away when some unsuspecting pjrson attempted to pick it up He caught a number of sueeers Â¬ The match race came off at the Fair afternoon and was Grounds Saturday closely contested five heats being necessary The time was remarkably to decide it The following is the good for green horses summary John entry W L Collins eitrv Time 250 3003 A -v res 2oS J I li 300 259 12 12 n a A I 1 A V About 10 oclock Wednesday night a man attempted to enter the residence of Mr Sidney French in South Frankfort but was discovered by Mr Win French jr who sent a load of shot after him as he disappeared in the darkness There seems to be a strange desire upon the part of some one to break into this house as several at tempts were made to do so while it was occupied by Mrs Sallie Crockett Â¬ The special train upon which the excursionists for Chicago will go leaves this city to morrow afternoon at ten minutes after three oclock and all who are going should Arriving at Louisbe at the depot in time ville the party will take supper at the Gait House which will cost but fifty cents and then leave for Chicago at 7 p m where The they will arrive in time for breakfast will run into the depot formerly known train as the Panhandle at the corner of Carroll and Clinton streets whence the party will go to the camp where everything but towels will be furnished each person being ex pected to furnish his own towels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Lundou and Weston Thoma left this city several weeks ago upon their bicycles with the intention of going to Cincinnati butuponarrivingat Georgetown they were informed that the Cincinnati pike was too rough for them to travel and took the train over the Cincinnati Southern for Greenwood Lake where they remained until the latter part of last week when they returned to Georgetown and from thence they went to Paris on their bicycles making the dis- Â¬ tance 17 nicies in two hours Monday morning they left Paris for home coming by way of Lexington and Versailles 45 miles and arrived here in the afternoon after having been on the road fivo hours exclusive of an hour or two that they rested at Lexington and Versailles Â¬ Â¬ and young party of this place and vicinity went to High Bridge recently and spent quite a pleasant Whites School House time torn day or two viewing that wonder- Â¬ ful structure and rambling over the hills i r ri j anas ma i rocKeti oti r rraniuon is visaWhile engaged in the latter something in- Â¬ ing Miss Carrie Montague this week expressibly funny happened to one of the number for the particulars of which ask Miss Mattie Crutcher returned last week Cap from a visit to friends in Jefierson county Wm Hall one of the pirties concerned Pres in the murder of Clint Montague who has The rains of the past few days saved the Bridgeport corn crop The farmers were getting un been hiding out since the night of the mur The recent rains will make the early easy der went to the house of Countable Hamp Mr Robert Flanly who has been goinir Thuivvlay night corn ton near Peaks Mill to school near Philadelphia is spending Miss CorJie Jackson is visiting in Louis- Â¬ awakened that officer and surrendered him- Â¬ vacation with friends in this vicinity ville self to him He was brought to town yes Mis Ella Stephens of Frankfort ami Miss Helen Long is visiting relatives in teiday morning and hfc examining trial set Miss Eva White of Alton were veiling for two oclock but objections being made Lexington Miss Lulie Stephens the first of the Mrs John Shouse who has been very week to one of the magistrates the trial was con- Â¬ ill is convalescent tinued until this morning Hemp cutting has commenced The crop Mr Win Ru sell is making handsome is very fine but the laborers are fev He says that on the night of the 2d inst Three dollars per day is being paid for he and his cousin George Hall went to the improvements on his house Miss Mamie Pollard has returned from cutting house of ill fame kept by Frank Davis at The Wheat is about all threshed out about oclock ami after talking a few her vibit to New Albany Ind yield was not so good as mo t farmer- - anMiss Mattie Long who has been visiting moments with some of the inmates in the ticipated ranging from four to twenty lie her uncle in Lexington has returned home bushels per acre hall they started to their hotel and when Miss Carrie Parker of Shelby county at Rodgers corner met Robert Davis and There are more pretty girls in this neigh is visiting her sister Mrs James Rinsell another man After introducing all around borhood than you can count but the bovs well come out here and oee for your el Miss Pejrgy Crockett of Fronkfcrl has Robert Davis proposed to go across the street and listen to a harp which was being been visiting Miss Jacque Jackson this We wont fuht and cant run ta r so wont piss our opinion played by a colored boy They went over week Mr John Horine of Favette conntv Miss Carrie Lester of Ghent opc-n- -d and the man who was with Davis left has been visiting his sinter Mrs Dr Stout school at Whites School house Mon They staid a little while and Divis pro- this week Miss Lester comes highly recom day posed to go down the street They started J W Jackson Esq and daughter mended by the officers of the Midway in the direction of Frank Davis under the Miss Junie are veiling Mrs Lear of luka Orphan School of which she is a graduate Rkpoktki lead of Robert Davis but finding where III who is verv ill they were going they the Hall- - refused lo RoU Davis then said accompany Davitcome on down to the corner anyhow On their way a small stone came from aero--th- e street and fell at their feet Davis called XlUiiX out Stop throwing your stones or some ILLUSTRATED body will get one mashed over his head w vA Following this remaik came a shot from Catalogues Soon afterwards Clint the same direction Montague came across the street and en SENT FREE Manufactory rir fcWTprjLirdWiriffiMc if rjJ gaged in a quarrel ol several minutes duratlVSxtttt TmSiyX E cr tion with Davis Davis talked verv loud and finally took hold ol Montague when REED ORGANS Dode Davis came running down the street IN THE and placed a pistol to the head of Montague He immediately turned and and fired I went rapidly back and entered his house Robert Davis came by him Hall and said IN and taking him by Is that you Hall the arm they proceeded to Dodes grocery On the way Robert said there was nobody Combined with hurt Dode didnt kill him did he lie Purity of Tone Hall replied No Robert then said Will you swear to it to which he Durability Davis then said re Hall replied Yes A main here and L will go ami get Dode and He then left and as soon we will fix it up Finish of sight Hall started home as he was out THESE This took place in a vacant lot close to the irocerv of Dode Davis ARE 1 Mr Horace Ragan and family who have There will he a public temperance meet Â¬ Rev been living in Shelbyville for some time ing at the Christian Church to night past have returned to their old home here Hen Deerimr Mr Sidney French ol Frank- Â¬ where they will reside in future fort and others will adlres the meeting Bto A of ladies gentlemen Everybody is cordinllv invited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ rv t Extensive Â¬ Â¬ World POWER Â¬ ORGANS UNRIVALED Alton Get ready for the fair next week Miss Carrie Tarker of Clay Village been visiting MissMittie White has Mr Will White of Tyrone was here last Sunday visiting friends Miss Hattie Buckley of Frankfort will be the guest of MihS Minnie Roberts next week Miss Lillie Taylor of Fisherville is spending the summer witii relatives and friends here There is a young man near here who says he will never again sit on a rock to reft after climbing a steep hill on a hot day feb 21 Cm BRATTLEBORO VT TO BOOK AJNT JOB PRINTHSTG TIIE ROTJlVrVBOUT OnTITICE V ft wi teiiiitiaWjsa vi Mti fer eirf M 1 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 14 III CITY 1KB 1880 COUNTY For the cheapest Books in America call They have been at Marshall Ac Meaghers TO TRAVELERS appointed agents for the New York Book Thev will sell you books at New On and utter April 28th 1879 trains on the h Egchnnge 0 A L R R will leave Frankfort dally Sundays York prices Call ami get a catalogue from excepted as follows them TIIAJN8 WRST No 4 Leave Frankfort No 12 Leave Frankfort TRAINS EAST UBEE5T CIRCULMION The RptfNUAiioUT has doublejhe circulation iii Prank fort of any other paper and dont yort forget it as Sid French would This is an indisputable fact No gas say here Â¬ GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF Clothing Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing at 81 a tn 250 o tn 904 a in No 9 Iitjavo Frankfort 54p m No 11 Lonvo Frankfort l M train will make close connecThe 250 tion a4 formerly for Cincinnati E P BRYAN Airtit Â¬ The cornahtick prophets are predicting a cold winter is being repaired at the Works in this city m An engine for the Mt Sterling Coal Road French Esq temperance lecture at the in Bridgeport to niglit Sidney The painting of the Christian Church has been completed and Odd Pants from 75 cents to 5 Mens Office Coats 35 Capital Machine Boys Coats 25 Hoys Monatr voats 50 Boys Black Luster Coats will deliver a 75 Fine Chevoit Suits from S3 to 5 less than former prices Large Stock Christian Church The Princely Managers and their Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats Great Railroad Menagerie interior of the and Circus below cost at Â¬ Persons who use hydrant water for running machinery are complaining thn they are not notified before the water is shut off and that their boilers are damaged thereby Last week the boiler at the Capital City Machine Works came near being burnt several times The water was running when work was begun in the morn ing and the hands being very busy none of them noticed that it had been shut oil A sig until the boiler was nearly empty nal of some kind should be arranged to let it be known when the flow of water is to be stopped STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits Blue Flannel Suits Good Light colored Cassimcre Suits Boys Blue Flannel Suits 37 6 50 7 5 Â¬ oo oo 00 On Wednesday Sept 1st Sells Brothers Millionaire Confederation of Stupendous W Railroad Shows will exhibit in all its vat John Foster one of the employes at mill in Belle Point while at entirety at Frankfort and we have ample L Pence Cor Main work hi the edge table Wednesday morning warrant for stating tint the occasion will had all four fingers of the right hand sawed be the most remarkable wonderful and N B Special attention called to history for confirmation enjoyable in the amusement vlY of this section The electric light the A contract or driving the piles for the herd of elephants the only pair of largest foundation of the north pier of the Benson living hippopotami the only drove of perbridge has been made with a Louisville forming Colorado cattle the only huge FRANKFORT KY party and it is expected that work will living two horned rhinoceros and the onlv MRS MARY TJUJNYAN Principal begin next week Arctic aquarium of twenty monster sea it looks as neat as a new pin SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE and St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable Â¬ in mi mm TS Photographic Studio BH A St W 3JT 144 t Market the Catholic Church is being greatly improved The walls and ceiling have been beautilully painted and a new alter and windows are to be put in the whole to cost over 2 000 The interior of The Thirty Second Annual Session will com Â¬ mon 00 on Monday September 6 1880 and Siberian seals are distinctive features of ii usual payable in advance or monthly Terms rare interest while the general collection of For circulars address the Principal Aug 7 Ct wild beasts and birds is immense and tin The circus pro equaledly comprehensive lions Polar elephants amphibious leopards LOUISVILLE 15 May tf bet Fourth ami Fifth - IvV ICE - 1 ICE COAL G B Hunt Keynolita sold to Mr Richard T Chiles a lot immediately in front of Williams stable South Frankfort The lot fronts G3J for 2000 Tuesday feet on Third street running back 1J0 Col J W All those who are indebted to the firm of J II Bowen Co had better call around and settle up if they dont want an officer Mase Williams says he needs the money and hes not joking about it either calling to see them The lot in the rear of the prison is in a filthy condition and the attention of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund is called to it by citizens living in that neighborhood Their communication will be found in another column Â¬ Not satisfied with the race of last Satur day afternoon Messrs V L Collins and John A vies have again matched their horses for a trot this afternoon at the Fair Ground LOCAL NOTICES 0 a side The race will be best three for H03A No30oscy Ml Vo4 BaL nm uollimr rrmti niul una limit lnw will commence about four strap slippers Newport ties light sole in five and oclock shoes drv goods notions ccc at LOGAN McKEES St Clair street L IliHI LUUL LLEAN The old building at the corner of Main A Circulating Library for sale at a bar-Â¬ and Ann streets will be almost new when gain Will sell whole library or separate WILL NOT BREAK OK BUST finished The entire front and east walls volumes and will offer our books tor rent Thoy are in livery 0110 sent out warranted with the foundation will be taken away until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed on dorsed by Drs Irons and Agnew of Philadol Come and nee thorn hia They are the beet and rebuilt and the old wall that will be application to Marshall Ac Meagher For sale by 0 charge to show Speoial bargains in Languedoc lace at left will be so repaired as to look as good JOS LkCOMPTE GrilHn Broa South Frankfort new as gramme presents the names of a host of eminent principal performers with none but bareback riders in the ring led by the great and only James Robinson whose un challenged superiority over all rivals is so universally conceded as to preclude further An nrenic feature of most thrill comment ing novelty is the introduction of Ute Chiefs and Braves who appear in an equestrian drama illustrating the savage scenes and single combats of border warfare The great show is run on high points all round It is managed in person by its pop- Â¬ ular and estimable owners rents no privileges of any kind to any one earnestly bespeaks the assistance of the municipal authorities to stamp out blacklegs adven Â¬ turers and all such disreputable characters as great crowds attract Furthermore no peddling is permitted under its tents audi visitors are not importuned or annoyed in any way Â¬ I will delitcr pure Nortern Lake Ice at my A Two Story Brick House with oeven rooms in good repair on Clinton street opposite the Cap- Â¬ residenoi- or in any part of the city as cheap as tho cheapest itol Grounds Enquire of Q W UWIN May 22 if PHILIP II JOIN July 31 3t TRUSSES W1II COAL S300 UUV YOU I OK COAL ON A LL IUNDS at Lowest Prices byHAND and for sale ONK OP MACKLIN I BEST PLACE In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at Gmuino Stamped BSEELEY WARRANTED P V Gray j I Who have just received a mammoth stock of Coa Which they offer at nrioes to suit evervbodv jTliey koep none but the very best and guaiiiweo every artiolo to bo just aa represented and FiM Wkkjut in evory instance A fnll line of CHOICE GROCERIES Trada Mark JUglatereil jSTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES I Wooden CANNED GOODS an A Stone Ware Made in Shrwrr Form J jrÂ¬ And everything usually kept in a tirst clas grocory - Try mr feO ccntTeaand choice brnn U of coireu Best Fresdi Oysters always on hand j m i tt DAN Well HANCOCK HAS A located and Is prepared to Hoard or Break Horsos in a aatUfjcfory manner Term lw Jul 10 f Livery Stable COOD It tlffH lKiVW A jftftuil W mMmmjmfimmmwifWmw tt ujsom Jam u 5 JU I u lil WEDNESiDAY SEPTEMBER Absolutely en 1 the Chained Lightnings Awfully Resplendent Glare - Ifci Y buy y i AN My EARTHS OVERSHADOWING EXHIBITION WILL BE SEEN IN FRANKFORT - 5ln wmmimfflsmmaM ais5kKsespg i raHBMfllHBtlrfl71SSrtiJ7iMWftS mrXatK SHI V lS flfwl Towering Town of Tents Illuminated Bright as Tropic Mid day wi th the Transcendently Glorious and Sun Eclipsing f IK YAMfesSWft yMQaif C i H m 1 1 -- Bn xrv WL Jl w wl y - in jml jl I fSTT TPtf f i m Tflfj cr fi LF - Jj m rmtimmmmmmMmmmMmmmsm -- - he Scientific Slsirvd oi lii Ates Now for the First Time Presented Here 3u Ail Its PeriVeiid Splendor r n h if PB w Cl 3 y H n h 8 E - ua H Id V H ph h P hP ua H 8 fl 5 R r TOE fell tOC3 J K3 H fMisitnir 22S Off WW yyyy a tui Biu jIlLLiylliiyilL OF STUPENDOUS EAILEOAD SHOWS S vjirftfi J UK FTUPMHM 7B U M KB nnr6BtfBirFFiaTa UUlMy Lu LB Bile a It I Ha s Many Times Infinitely ho4 Most te Greatest i the Largest and Most Complete Menagerie Grandest and Most Classic Circus in- - Gorgeous 300 coo Free Procession of Sensational Surprises CUdl m 4 200000 ESP D D2T 1LEFH JmTB I engaged at a salary of 1000 Karqback Equestrian Emperor of the Universe per week and who rides at 3 and 9 P II njAMES ROBINSON and Siberian Seal Aquarium The Great and Only The Only The only 57000 Full grown Pair of Living Hippopotamuses 50000 Twenty Sea Lion Polar Elephant Amphibious Leopard I M ti THE ONLY 18000 DROVE OP SIX PERFORMING COLORADO CATTLE arf i S - - jrV jXMyZMMK s8iL Rail Msmiwmz m mmm mt - The Only 22000 Two Homed Hairy Rhinoceros The only Delegation of Utc Chiefs and Braves who appear at each performance in a wild and thrilling equestrian drama expressly arranged for them and graphically illustrating the snvag onslaughts and single combats of border warfare The only King Sar bros Royal Japanese Circus The only 25000 Willis Cobbs Miniature Circus The only Genuine 60 Horse power Electric Light and Motor exhibited both afternoon and evening The Only Show that has All and Everything it Adver The only show that has no tises such being the united verdict of the press and peanut and lemonade peddlers and does not permit its Candy Butchers Far the Cheapest Show in all the partrons to be imposed upon or importuned Children under 9 One Ticket for the Usual Price admitting to all World It returns more than Twenty Times the value of your money years half price and is worth coming a hundred miles to sec Â¬ 41 Two Exhibitions Daily Afternoon and Evening Menagerie and Museum Doors open precisely at hour later in the Grand Separate Circus Arena 1 1 and 7 P M Performance Will also exhibit at LEXINGTON MONDAY AUG 30 EMINENCE THURSDAY SEPT r 3 jf