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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY SEPTEMBER 4 1880 I pro- Â¬ PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi Richmond Number 50 to connect with the south bound train on the C S R R at Danville Junction I went on to Editorial Correspondence Ky Sept 1 1880 On the morning of the 23il of August took the east bound train for Midway from which place I was soon carried to VKUSAtrtKS distant from the railroad about 1 miles It was County Court day and the town was Everybody literally packed with people Large was busy and in a good humor and feeding cattle were on numbers of fat the market and auctioneers had all they could do 1 learn that Versailles has a population of 2000 and judge from appearances that they are a live people There are some evidences of thrift here and I have no doubt but that it is a pleasant little place I remained here but a short time going back to v long ago begun to tell on it Mr Kinnaird cashier of the First National Bank here who by the way is an exceedingly agreeable gentleman has a very fine banking build- Â¬ ing and is doing all the business he can well attend to Other business men seem to be doing moderately well A very creditable court house adorns the public square but the church buildings reflect no credit on the town They are small and few and quite ancient in appearance I had the pleasure of meeting here Mrs Eugenia Dunlan Potts Kentucky b poetess of whom Kentucky may well be proud h Remaining here but a few hours ceeded to OAMlIltiMSVIMti R R twenty miles south of RICHMOND Lebanon It is a little town 700 inhabi- Â¬ I rather expected to see a pretty place tants but does a large business It is the on my arrival here but was wholly unpre shipping point for four or five counties pared for the beauty and elegance ami on the C 0 Â¬ 1 was the next place TANFOKD 1 visited 1 was most V V I agreeably disappointed in this place had expected to find a companion town to Lancaster but the spirit of progress and here enterprise is everywhere visible The town has a population of 1300 and it OltKHNSllUKO MIDWAY the county seat of Green county and the is still growing The court house is a very on the afternoon stage The people here nice building near which has recently been present southern terminus of the C it O 1000 in number claim that their prospects erected a 12000 jail The county has bought R R was the next place I visited This Some a block of buildings near the court house is one of the oldest towns in the State in for growth and prosperity are good recently been erected and had them torn down so as to enlarge fact as in appearance Comparatively nice buildings have little business is done here All the roads and more are in contemplation and beautify the court house yard here The There is u stage line from here to Versailles members of the Christian Church at this leading into the place are terribly bad two I should have said for there is lively place are erecting an elegant church build- - and the tide of trade that properly belongs competition making two round trips daily four or five large brick stores are be here is carried to Campbellsville over good Sunday excepted between these points ing built two or three more business turnpikes This county also has its troubles about Mr W G Chelf the gentleman who runs houses a large livery stable and several a stage line from Frankfort to Harroris elegant residences will be commenced railroad taxes and in consequence it is burg carries the mail and Adams Express shortly and the young men of the town without a sheriff as well as Taylor county lie has a nice new stage have formed a stock company and now The people are industrious frugal and over tins line Society here is coach accommodating employes and has have in process of erection a 0000 town moderately prosperous said to be far above the average indeed fare to the small sum of twenty hall reduced the How is that for public spirit With this reJive cents for each way There is a large and prosperous female the society of Greensburg is the greatest duction in fare the travel has greatly college here the buildings and grounds boast of its people The town has a popu lation of 60O nearly half of whom are of increased A large of which are very handsome After spending the afternoon here I took majority of the residences are tasteful and the colored persuasion In company with Mr Buckner Taylor the evening train for Lexington changed eosth Many beautiful cottages ami flower to whom I hereby return my thanks for Cincinnati Southern Crossing where yards ornament the town oars at Here perhaps I met Ed Grant formerly of Frankfort is the only place in the State where may his kindness to me 1 went to COMJMMA who is fireman on the C S R R At his be found a female oflice holder except the on Sunday and spent the day I found solicitation I got aboard the locomotive and State Librarian The Deputy County Ed Clerk is a lady had a delightful ride to Nicliolusville She holds the ollice by one of the prettiest and most prosperous lie is virtue of a special act of the Legislature little inland towns I have yet seen There is working hard and doini well much pleased with his situation Thanking Mr Wallaco Varnon for his are two large female colleges here many Airiviug at Nicholnsville 1 found it im- kiudnes to me during my stay here 1 beautiful homes and many good sociable people The last census gives this town possible to procure a room in the town and leave Stanford for 045 inhabitants only three of whom are so had to sleep on a cot so called in the SlWNMWM There is not an inch of ground On Tuesday the county seat of Washington county colored parlor of the Veranda Hotel in Columbia owned by colored people nor morning 1 went to the tourt houe where which I reach by means of a stage from j saw las 11 Arnold the murderer ot Lebanon a pleasant drive of nine mile is there a colored church iu the town I hail the pleasure of meeting Dr B T Robt E Little his wife the widuw of the The late census gives Springfield a popu Wood formerly Assistant Surgeon in charge murdered man Mrs Robt IS Little and lation of 700 A good country surrounds Hiiuh an array ol legal talent as is seldom the town and a very fair business is done at the Feeble minded Institute who has witnessed in thu same house at the same here There is a good court house here permanently located here for the purpose I spent the forenoon here after five or six nice business houses anil two or of practicing his profession I am told time Leaving that his prospects for soon obtaining a three very flue dwelling houses which I Itll fur Â¬ Â¬ near here Several houses are being built here and several more will be commenced Taylor county of which this is shortly the county sent is and has been for two years without a sheriff There is some trouble about the collection of the railroad taxes in this county and it being considered a dangerous undertaking no person can be found who wants the office of sheriff There is no small amount of enterprise here and Campbellsville is in a very fair way of being a good sized town before many years shall have passed business prosperity that characterizes it I have never seen a town in Kentucky that will bear comparison with this place It has a population of 3000 but looks and uehaves like a town ten times its size Its business houses are large and imposing in appearance and its residences are elegant tasteful and costly Business flourishes here and everybody seems to be in a pros- Â¬ perous condition Evidences of wealth and culture and refinement meet the eve at every turn and a visitor to this place feels that surely this is Gods own favored country I had the pleasure of meeting Gov Mc- Creary here to whom I am indebted and hereby return thanks for courtesies shown me by him No truer nor more obliging gentleman than he can be found in this broad Commonwealth Long may he live and prosper I also had the pleasure of meeting lion Curtis F Biirnham with whom I spent a part of a most pleasant evening in his own elegant home He is another of natures noblemen with whom 1 am proud to have met 1 could say much in Draise of Richmond and the country surrounding it but this leuer is aireauv too long and so I close C B HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE street j unu C1 r Ttl ouuiu xTiiiiKiunTIIOS HODMAN is oiioreu lor sine Apply to v A dosirablo residence on Logan 23 1 near Aug JR in BOARDERS WAITED PRICE A gentlemm anl wife or two single gentle Â¬ men can bo accommodated with anicc trout room unfurnished aid excellent board at n VERY very low Aug REASONABLE Â¬ Alsofhonr 21 six table boarders will be taken Apply to MKS II W OWKX It Nost door to Wuitcl Hotel DB Offers hid EDSAB E HUMS Aug 21 Â¬ professional services to the citizens t Frankfort ami vicinity Ollice in Capita Hotel building next door to Western Union Telegraph office ltosidonco room 3D Capital Hut tf 1 O HATCIUTT 1 l ziKiurt HATCHITT ZIEGLER LANCASTKK he county seat ofUurrnrd county where arrived about oclock p m in company with T B Deinnroe Grand Worthy Chief Templar of tin I O G T of Kentucky 1 went in the evening ami heard him deliver u good temperance lecture and in the jnorning I saw the town The late census returns show that this place has n population of 1200 The town ij8 a very old one and its age has here I returned to JKUANUS a station an the Knoxville branch of the L N ifcG S R R h has n population of 2000 and is a very line business point The business houses on Main street have quite a city like appearance a large new brick hotel adding much to this portion of The court house is a little old the town rattle trap not fit even for a cross roads village schonl hoiiHu iu the mountains lucrative practice are flattering rilOlMUKTOKS The Doctor inquired about his host of friends PLAMIKIi MILLS in Frankfort and particularly ot a couple CAPITAL CITY SAW of ladies to whom he desires me to give Doors Windows Shutters A youmr lady in Greensburg his love informed me that the Doctor this is strictly LATHS SHINGLES RUING CEILING confidential is mortuuged to a young Weather boarding Pickets Mo lady in Lebanon which will be sorry news to some of the Frankfort girls Returning to Greensburg I made a short Viators invited tooxuuiino tho mills and stock stay and then left for Somerset but failing on Leeatown pike Aug 21 -- 2m I t tvfv v i- la i -- - n V C7 V WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorcd nt the post office at Frankfort Kontucky a second class mailable mnttcr OfiAUUK IlUCKrKV OHO A MJWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS DP ZEJciitors Sj 5A aad ubllsliers 4 FRANK FORT SEPTEMBER 18S0 If your Korxiunorr- is mnr1el on the lirst pnge with a red X it indicates tlint jour subscription hns expired ind must be renewed before you receive another pnper Mr X W Casey of New Orleans and The next session of Fall Academy Mrs Aineb Franklin Principal begins next Mon- Dr Thos L Taylor of this city have Â¬ o Wednesday afternoon Clamp ONan a character well known to saloonista of this citv entered the hardware establishment of J II Bowen A Co and asked Joe Ware a negro man who makes himself useful about that house to go out and take a drink Ware refused ONan took umbrage at the incivility of his dusky friend and pulling a pistol from his pocket shot him twice both bullets taking effect in the right leg just below the groin The bullets were of a small size and the injuries sustained are not of a serious nature day daw All the pupils should attend the first purchased the Capital Hotel from Alfred a rF t F paying therefor Harris 23500 DUDLEY INSTITUTE The house was built bv the citv in 1853 nt As neat a piece of work as we have ever MALE AND FEMALE a cost of about 130000 and was run by f een is a cros of fancv scroll work sawed it on the lessee plan until 18G4 when it to The Fifth Session of this school will com- Â¬ Virginia out by Mr Chas Keller at Mr P Selberts mence on September fi 18S0 Terms per session was sold to Mr J B Aiken for 820000 Miss Mary Page who has been visiting of twenty weeks Pjimary Department 18 finely polished white holly wood It is of who ran it several years and sold it to relatives in Chicago returned home Wednes Intermediate Department 25 Collegiate De- Â¬ and the parts are so delicate and neatly cut partment 35 For further particulars apply to Messrs Gray Safiell for 32000 furniture day afternoon T MTUItNEK that when placed on a dark background and stores included and thev in turn sold Miss Susie Mnyhall left this morning for Frankfort Ky Aug 21 lm framed it was more like an engraving and it to Alfred Harris for 40000 who leased a visit of several weeks to her sister in than nutyhingelse being much prettier than it to Capt McGill and Mr Campbell Steele Elizabethtown the chromos of tloral crosses that are so Mrs Rankin of Beards Station is visit- Â¬ and since his death his heirs leased it to ing Jher sons Messrs J R and W II numerous now a days South Frankfort Ky Mr F B McLean who will in a short Williams this city BOYS OIDQMZ A negro man employed at R N Archer time turn it over to the new purchasers Mr William Heffner of Louisiana is FOR YOUNG LIES CIS itCos saw mill as a night hand was sit It will be refitted and greatly improved visiting relatives in this city for the second Years of Ago The locality is pleiisant and Tho session of 1880 91 will begin on healthful ting down asleep Thursday night when it and it is hoped mny prove a profitable in- Â¬ time in thirty years the Miss Jennie Hendrick returned Thursday We are glad commenced raining and rousing himself up vestment to the new firm morning from a visit to New York and First Monday in September 1880 he started to look for his coat and got upon that by this trade Dr Taylor will be kept other Eastern cities the edge table and being hardly awake in Frankfort Miss Mary Harrington a charmingyoung and continue Forty Weeks 2f Tuition in English Course walked up on the edge saw which cut a Drvdens Minstrels drew a good audience lady of Shelby county is visiting Misses 140 Hoard and Washing in his right heel and cut part of deep gash French this county at Major Opera House Tuesday night wlfo Miss Extras at us mil rates his left foot nearly oil running from toe to Jennie Bull who has been visiting For other information address He was were well repaid for turning out such a in Elizabethtown for several weeks re MRS A L FUAVKLIN Principal heel in the twinkling of an eye warm evening The performance was in turned home Saturday July 31 tf his home on Capt WalcuttV placte taken to the main much better than many pro Mr John Cain who has been visiting and Dr Hume sent for who dressed bis fessional troupes have given here and all his daughter in Meade county returned KE 1CLEC SSTOB wounds and thinks he can save both of his home the first of the week of the boys did their parts well The solos feet Mr J G Dudley and wife who have been of Messrs Bob Franklin and Duke Smith visiting several Eastern Cities returned W E PLUMLEY A Mr Geo W Crumbaugh died at his in the first part were especially well renMPrincipaL home Thursday afternoon Successor to Du J W DODD lathers residence in this city Monday dered and the choruses were good The Miss Ruth S Mastin of Woodford He was a soldier joke were mostly tresh ami well gotten oil night of consumption county was visiting Mrs Leslie Collins in the hiui war being a member of Capt by Messrs Frank Hutchi on and Pat this city the first of the week THOBOTJGH SCHOOL Grays company of the 22d Kentucky Newman on the ends To have seen the Mrs J T Terhune who has been spend for Infantry and served faithfully nearly lour pin hook students would have made jhe ing the summer with friends in Shelby years Since the war he made hi- - home most sober oided citizen laugh himself sick county returned to the city Monday YOUNG PEOPLE OF BOTH SEXESMrs M Smith and Miss Cordie Smith of CHILDREN in this city but has lived in the various Bob Franklins sermon was well delivered family of Versailles have been visitiiiL the lvvns and cities in this part of the State and Messrs M J Foley and Pat Newman Mr J E Miles this city this week Nineteenth Seini Anmml Session Begins and had many friends in each who will in their Irish specialty won applause Miss Gallic Hawkins and Miis Lizzie He was a Frank Hutchison was somewhat of a show Cassell of Woodford county have been the death lenret to hear of his kind hearted man being e pecially fond of in himself and has improved considerably guests of Mrs J E Miles this week Mrs W H Waggener who has been children with whom he was a great favorite since his last appearance before a Frank- veiling in the Eastern cities for several N 13 It is tho aim of this school to provide accommodate lort auiiience It was a pleasure to him to lie never laueu oi an en weeks returned home Thursday morning the means for a his Iriend- - in any way he could and was core whenever he appeared on the stag Mrs R L Griustead and her little son ever readv with a jet which made him a One of the best things of the show was the Ma ter Frederick of Belle Point left for Classical and Higher English Training His funeral took place prompt manner in which quotations from Louisville Thursday afternoon to visit rela- covering a cries of years and with this object great favorite the t uhool will bo ro olassilied at tho beginning from the tamily re ideiice at 4 oclock Pinafore were punished The ofiender was tives of the next scsmoii and noli pupil will b a Mr Marion S Palteson of Sangamon signed to a placu in tins course Tuesday afternoon fur- shot upon the spot The inu ic was county Illinois who has been visiting A course of study will bo planned for giad This course will re- Â¬ from the vicinity of up mahed by Southa orchestra and was very relatives in this county returned home uates of tho Oity School They were good quire three years and its ompU tion will entitle Monday morning and hail come in country somewheres A class in tho sudi nt to a diploma Mrs Mary Tutt of Henderson who hns She leaned lovingly on to spc the circus Personal been visiting her sister Mrs John Marshall Chemistry with Laboratory Practice his arm as they walked down Maiket in South Frankfort for several months re will ho organized and taught by an experienced Mrs Kate Pattou is visiting friends in turned home Wednesday btreet watching the unloading of the I his clacs will bo open to those who teacher Covington circus wagons from the train until they Apparatus for wife and Mr aro not members of tho school Gen John Rodman and Mi s Eleanor Holmes is visiting friends Astronomy and Physics and a reference John W Rodman and wife who have been teachingwill bo came to the oar containing the elephants in Louisvulle provided re libiary several weeks at spending The keeper was standing in the door and Mrs C E Ward left Tuesday afternoon turned Thursday afternoon VOCAL MUSIC AND PAINTING just as the couple arrived opposite one of the for New York Mis W W Graham and children of Classes in Vocil Music Piintuig and Draw- Â¬ elephants poked its head out rubbing Mrs Jacob Hake South Side has been Chrisinau Ills who have been visiting her ing will bu organized during tho month of Sep Â¬ against the keeper when she clasped his verv ill this week A class in China mother at Peaks Mill for several months tember by Mrs Plmnley Painting will also bu formed Mr Bun L Bryant of Versailles spent returned home yesterday morning arm convulsively haying I wouldnt have will change its locution to I aim nIVnrd last Sunday in this city Rev J W Pugh who has been spend thoThe above school von in thar for anythim lEWElT lKOPEKTV opposite the City to go in thar said he and if you was Ira Julian E q returned Monday from ing several weeks with friends in Virginia School luiH returned home and will occupy his pula visit to Staunton Virginia in thar Id go right in and fetch you out pit to morrow morning and night as usual Later in the day they were seen following Miss Ilallie Craddock has entirely will be received into Misses Jennie Merchant and Emma terms and particulars the Principals family For apply to the old clown in the pony wagon in the covered ifrom her recent illness English of Louisville who have been visit W E lLUMLEY or wake of the grand parade their counte Miss Ida Biackaby of Eminence is ing Mrs C J Smith South Sido for several JN OllUTUIIEK Ky visiting friends on the South Side weeks returned home Thursday ufteriioon beaming with genuine happiness Frankfurt t imucea heirs Mr Arthur Peter jr and wife of Louis ville are visiting relatives in this city Mrs A P Meriwether left for a visit to relatives in Louisville Monday afternoon Miss Lottie E Smith returned Thursday morning from a visit to friends in Boston Mrs E L Samuel returned Saturday afternoon from a trip to the Eastern sea shore Mr J T Terhune returned Thursday from a trip through Illinois Missouri and Kansas Miss Josie Murphy returned from a visit to relatives in Woodford county Monday afternoon Mrs Isaac Rislcy of LaGrange is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs Owen T Kichnrdson South Side Dr W L Crutcher and wife have re turned home from a visit of several weeks in the East Rev E A Penick and Miss Hatcher returned yesterday morning from their visit Â¬ Misses Julia and Kittie Todd returned Saturday from a visit to their uncle Gen Thos L Crittendens family at Governors Island New York having stopped in Cov ington on their return to visit friends Â¬ j sourr In South Frankfort on the Ud inst to the of Alox J Urawnor a son At Port lloynl Henry county on Sunday August 20th to the wife of Dr W D Nuttall n daughter wifo ir Farm Por Sale or Rent A good farm of 1H0 acres located on For fur- Â¬ Branch seven miles from Frankfort ther information apply to W T GAINES ono mile anil a half from Frankfort on the Owon ton turnpike Aw 28 lin Steeles s FALL ACADEMY I Â¬ Â¬ sin I Â¬ A September Gtli 1SSO Â¬ -- Â¬ Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT UBBEST SEPTEMBER 4 1880 CIRCULATION III CITY Ml GUUNTY 7 i of l AND AM POINTS IN TIIK Thirty three years ago Mi Win Mc Lwai had a saw null tit the mouth of NORTH EAST AND WEST Two hops will bo given at the Cupitnl Benson with a track running down to the Hotel during the fnir one on the 2lst and creek Last Saturday in making the exca- Â¬ ihe other on the 24th vation for the foundation of the north pier 3 3 citizens of this city of the bridge a portion of the track was A large number ol and conny have been attending the Lexing found ten feet beneath the surface and was Leave Lcxinqton at 720 a m 140 p m 330 p m recognized by Mr McEwuu It is not Arrive at Cincinnati 1130 ton Fair this week 630 550 o many men who can make a track in the Mr It Eli Gaines has resigned asschor1 mud and recognize it so long afterwards Elegant Cars Fast Time trustee in Belle Point and Dr J J Wilson No Dust Smooth Truck A man considerably under the influence has been appointed to lill the vacancy 1 of stagger juice amused himself and a U MILES THE SHORTEST in The largest crowd that has been AND large number of boys Monday afternoon Frankfort for a long lime was on our streets by standing Mrs Mandlehrs fruit stand 10 Hours the Quickest Route I at Wednesday to see the circus parade on Market street buying watermelons TO AM POINTS IN Messrs John Gault A Co commenced pitching them up and letting them drop on lie had burning a large kiln of brick on their the pavement to see them squash Leaving Lexington nt 440 p in South Frankfort vavd the first of this week demolished eight in this way when Officer For rates tickets and full intbrtnntion ns to JlKupe came up and objected to the sidewalk routes write to or address Stephen T Swift lCichorn are erec n riing worn Messrs Burns out in that way and then the agent lliuinix Hotel Lexington JAMES C ERNST a buildinjr at the intersection of Main and fun stopped Gen Pass Agt GEORGE COLEMAN High streets which they will use as a Trav Pass Agt The Paris Fair the oldest in the State carriage factorC commences next Tuesday September 7th Messrs Burton it Kincaid have sold the and continues four days The Kentucky Anderson News to Mr G Allison Holland Central Railroad will sell round trip tickets JAS O DRAWNKR N I MdANIKI of the Eminence Constitutionalist who has from Lexington at fifty cents Persons deISIIAWNER McDANIEL taken charge of that paper siring to attend the fair from this city can Mr V Beruerichs new stock of cloths take the 907 train from Louisville and For any and all kinds of Brick Work Brick for price Orders left nt nud cassimers for suitings is splendid make connection with the 140 train on tsalc1 at the lowest market will receive prompt at V Chinns coal scales Stop in and examine it before you purchase the Central at Lexington and arrive at the tontion The and you cannot fail to find something to Fair Ground at 224 in the afternoon best display of fine stock to be seen at any S D suit fair in the State is at Paris and it is one oT The session of Kentucky Eclectic Institute the few fairs that has no races in conneccommences next Monday September Gth tion with it Office and Residence Jfiwsion House Block St It is desiredthat all children who expect Considerable rivalry lias existed for some Clair Street enter school at that institution for the to time between the sawyers of the different FRANKFORT coming session will be on hand promptly Apr2ii ly saw mills in this city with regard to the county the speed they could make with their saws The new court for Franklin I Sneeds mill Court of Common Pleas Hon C The sawyer at Itodmau Franklin Having had a number of years experience at Presiding will convene on the stated several davs ago to some of Mr J S French he business I otter my services to the citizens ot Lawyers M Wakefields hands that he could saw first Monday in November next Franklin county ns an Auotinneor and will sell This stock on the street household goods or do gen- Â¬ will lake due notice and govern themselves 7000 feet of lumber in two hours Orders left at the store statement was doubted by the sawyer and eral farm auctioneering accordingly of Mr V Berberich or the stable of Dan linn setter at Wakefields and they offered to cock will receive prompt attention Charge The City School opens next Mondav JJPETERSON bet that he could not do it Several notes moderate tnorniusi and all the little girls and boys 39 tf passed between the two sawyers until expect to attend that school the present who Thursday morning a rather insulting note H AVERILL year must be on hand promptly at SA was written by wnKehehrs man which A full corps of teachers have oclock Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky brought the sawyer and hands from Hod been engaged and the school will be fully man fc Sneeds mill over to see about it Music and Musical Goods up to its average heretofore Duringthe quarrel between the two sawyers IH THE BITY LARGEST ft BEST ASSORTMENT the officers of the the hands of each mill gathered around The following are Violoncello Guitar Strings Franklin Scott anil Woodford Colored and took sides with their respective sawyers Itunju Ac forA Piano ViolinInstruction Books al Â¬ full lino of and it looked very much as if a big row ways on hand Orders lor Fair Association solicited was going to take ptace when Messrs Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Win frnmpton Franklin President month- Â¬ Vice Presidents Titos Monroe of Scott Itodmau Suned appeared on the ground Publishers Prices New Music received ly and Oliver Brown ot Woodford and persuaded their hands to drop the Treasurer Amler on Uice Franklin matter and return to their work Secretary Win Ii Iuckett Franklin There will be a weililing in Belle Point weeU Dr W L Crutchcr reports that during his stay of several weeks in Maine he never saw a drunken nmn nor heard an oath nor a word of profane language used Let us have a total prohibition of the liquor triillic in Kentucky and in a few years such a state ol affairs will ex tat here TAKE XII EJ UK HIT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Fresh Mill KENTUCKY CENTRAL E E TO 1 UD from grass foil Nil cows delivered in any part of the city at popular prices ill OINOIMATI Photographic 144 Studio - next ILOUJSVJL3Lli May 15 tf Yit Market St U t Fourth unit Fifth Wm ll KY DM f I will deliver puro Nortern Lake Too at tnv residence or in any part of the city as cheap as the cheapest May 22 tf PHILIP II JOIN COAL G COAL B OK COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices livHAND for sale MACK LIN VTEGINIA 33 1 t BAU Well HANCOCK HAS A located and is prepared to Board r Break Horses in a satisfactory innnncr Terms low Jul 10 tf Livery Stable iEV PLANING MILL COOI IC K J Sash M Â¬ Having recently added to his Establishment n WAKEFIELD CONTEACTOBS F SMITH M First Class Planing Mill Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Doors M AIO F Mailing Turning Â¬ Physician and Surgeon 1Y Scroll Work Stair Work Jotten out in tho Bdst Style FRANKFORT KY ATJCTSOITESEEIIITG MRS MARY T RUNYAN Principal Â¬ The Thirty Second Annual Session will com mence on Minday September ti IKSU Term as uual piisble in advance or monthly Au ror circulars uddres the Principal TRUSSES WIII lllV W S300 YOU I Â¬ OSK OK HITS Ml Genuine Stamped B SEELEY HI TRUSSES WARRANTED The fair will coinuie tee on the 2Sth of September and continue iour days Ciipt Saulord Uotn wlio has tieen em ployed at Lock No 3 as a superintendent of the work is at home on a furlough having been so unfortunate us to fall while walking on the dam and break one of the bones of his left arm between the shoulder utiil elbow and dislocated his shoulder He reports the work progressing on the Â¬ LOCAL NOTICES The civil court of G W Ci win com Â¬ SSO mences on the 27th day of September Come and see how low i am selling strap slippers Newport ties light sole hhoes drv goods notions Arc at LOGAN MoKEBVSSt Clair street A Circulating Library for sale at a bar Â¬ gain Will sell whole library or separate volumes and will oiler our books tor rent until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed 011 application to Marshall it Meagher Special bargains in Languedoc lace n Grillin Bros1 1 W J OHIHH imuKii IN Trade Mark SESSshteiei No 8 No 4 ALL KINDS OF 00AL FOE Willsollattho very lowest figures OA S dam very satisfactorily and says is no mistake about the work completed by cold weather there being TYPE MX Vine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH la IFliAlNIvlillSr H NoSA NoSConcav Made iaa ISSvsry 3Torm COOL Nol CLEAN WILL NOT 11KEAK OR 1JUST Kvory one sent out wnrrantod They ao in doisod by Drs dross and Agnew of I hi adel nliiu Come and see thorn They are the best No charge to show For snlo by JOS LbCOMPTK South Fnmklort LIGHT Ohio JOHNSON TI10 Type on which this paper ihcubovu Foundry En urlntctl U ftom i A I I III I r- - - k v JilMJlllMlilfilMMiMH 11111 NWMTWJIMIMMMpg IF p Jf iir Hermitage distillery was the scene ot a Two little carving Wednesday afternoon Fleming employes Ben Taylor and James Services nt the Baptist church every even- Â¬ engaged in a friendly dispute They waxed ing at 7 J oclock Every hotly invited warm assumed a belligerent attitude and Â¬ Hon John D White will epenk at the applying the war paint determined to ap discourt hoiibe in this city on Tuc dny night peal to the law of muscle to settle the pute In the fracas Flemingcut Taylor but next the wound is not of a dangerous character Mrs Walker has h1k entered suit against A man by the name of JR F Owens Mr C4eo Hurry for 10000 damages for ahtaultiiig her hailing from Louisville was picked up on the street near the depot Thursday night in Fell Allen has quit the Capital Hotel unconscious condition and carand all otders intended for him should be a semi ried to Kaltenbruus boarding house on loft at Dr W II Averills drug store High street where he died shortly after- Â¬ It was at first thought that he was Ollicer John W Hnpesas there have wards people in town as there poisoned but a post moitem examination not been so many was on Wednesday since the day Daniel by Drs W II Phythian J L Price and Boone was buiied Samuel James revealed the fact that his o concussion of the Drydens Minstrels propOaj to visit the death was produced by blow on the neighboring towns and give exhibitions in a brain cau ed by a lull or a yesterday afThev will visit Eminence head An inquest was held lew weeks verdict rendered in accordduriiii the lairand then go to Hanodsburg ternoon and a ance with the above facts Owens is said Danville ami other places to have recently buried his entire family in A freight engine ran oil the track in front Louisillc He was a day laborer here in Tuesday afternoon the employ of Mr Ned Liilis of MeriewetherV Hotel o The evening and remained oil four hours Sells Brothers Circus one of the best on tiaiii Irom Louisville was delayed here on the road gave two exhibitions in this city account of it until after 7 oclock Wednesday to immense audience- the tent Messrs llord A Trabue and Jas Andrew being crowded both afternoon and evening Scott have removed their law oflices to the to suffocation The exhibition was much rooms in the upper pan of the court house the same as given by all circuses but the Judge James having determined to remodel acrobats were just one notch above any t lie building in which they were located that have ever been seen in this city The on St Clair street pair of hippotami in the ring was also o novel The trained cattle did not come ear old boy went to the A little three expectations of many but circus Wednesday afternoon with his parents piite upTo-fi-- a and when one ot the women came out to to those who know how dillicult it is to ride and he caw what a scarcity of clothing teach an ox anything their performance was she had on he gave it as his opinion that very remarkable and we venture the prediction that Mr Cobb will before another she would tetch told e season have them so completely trained to Miss Maggie ltubsell will shortly begin do his bidding that they will astonish the the erection of a frame residence on the amusement loving public lot she purchased from Col Reynolds simiOne of the best features of the show was lar to the one now being erected on the ad the absence of that everlasting nuisance the Messis Wake jwiuing lot by Dr Williams peanut vender who alwavs comes at the te Choat have the contract Held wrong time to annoy and importune and Col D Howaid Miuth hua purchased a one could enjoy the performance without tut mot 101 acres between Eminence and beinr worried bv him Messrs Sells have a good show and as New Castle iu Henry county three miles loy such gentlemanly from the foimei and one mile tioin the latter long as they emj He will agents as Messrs Chas Stowe and Willis place fur which he paid lii00 take possession and ieinou his family there Cobb thev will merit their great success 4f about the first of Uctober Cheerfulness coinage and great activity ot intellect are engendered by Fellows iA log was sawed up at Wakefields mill Compound Syrup of Ihpophosphites and Ttiesdav morning out of which fifteen bul iib capacity of imparting power of endu They were of all sixe rance to the brain and nervous system is lets were cut from a feinall pistol bullet to a ininuie ball shown in its property of sustaining persons through menial ditlicultie- It is nut known whether the log was cut near any of the battle grounds iu the Mountains or the tree of which it wan a The Worlds Greatest Instruments part had been lined for taiget practice Cliickcring Planes Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma con a Hamlin urgans smiths American urgans The sad news reached this city Wednes ID day night that Mr James G Arnold of this tbf nil 105 Fourth Avonuo Luimllu solo city had been killed at Dodge City Kansas of tho above which in ollin0 fr 215 yours I a in It feueuia that ho had u dilliculty with a convinced uro tho very heat undo Everything musio to bo found horo negro man in which the negro shot him pertaining to young fuun of more Jim Arnold ordinary ability an J had a host of than Denier iu all Kinds of friends iu this city He was pleasant in his manner moved by noble impulses brave Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding to a fault and fair and generou- - in all his Laths Shingles cc He will be sincerely mourned iu dealings Office and Sruv MUIs near Railroad Bridge this city by many besides his immediate family The remains are expected to arrive JF Ifc A O 1R X iu this citv to day Jan 31 ly V GREAT CLEARANCE SALL OF WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys Clothing and Childrens Clothing at f3mr Â¬ STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Mens Skeleton Suits Blue Flannel Suits Good Light colored Cassimerc Suits Boys Blue Flannel Suits Odd Pants from 3 75 6 50 S 2 js3 7 5 riM aHR Â¬ s Â¬ Mens Office Coats 35 Boys Coats 25 Boys Mohair Coats 50 Boys Black Luster Coats 75 Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 to 5 less than former prices Large Stock Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats below cost at 75 cents to 5 00 00 00 I - SOL NB HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Cor Main and for confirmation Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable w sit - i Â¬ t jfl0ESS2 L Catalogues SENT FUSE Kl lAVii wtTlTTiK- lost Extensiv or lt Â¬ hmMmmumf i fw3Vw Vri is T Manufactory REED ORGANS IN THU it R- - 5 C1 IN POWER Combined with Â¬ - JH I iWsHfflrHta EsmmMmmmmM mm mmmii AmwmfflmmmmmwM x m wmimmt - Purity of Tone Durability AN Finish THESE jORGANS AltE Â¬ AULDS ant W au J M WAKEFIELD pe VALED BRATTLEBORO VT gMjHlfeTjViiMwrTy J feb 21 lm B2I3STC3- - -- AXjXj OF 720CTI KF BOOK A2SI1D JOB PRUTIlSTa KY 0 THE ROTJIVDABOUX OFJPIOES