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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tjHKKMjtikiM V rl 7v ft i - tfiur WJv5K5 rg iiifii T VF Tvrri hi r- - r rL R The Weekly Roundabout ibCKLIY Volume t LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY hi FRANKFORT KY SEPTEMBER 18 1880 Number 52 V There has been a good deal of talk There has been several additions to the The style of wearing turbans low down becoming to about the Railroad Commission reducing Baptist Church this week on the forehead is much more m IAS 0 DRAWVER Jf I MdANIKL young ladies than that of wearing them on the fare on all the railroads in the State to Owing to the illness of Mr Jos Jacohys two cents per mile but what our people are the hack of the head BRAWNER McDANIEL milliners they failed to reach here in time most interested in is the reduction in freight The foundation for Miss Maggie Russells Let the Commissioners give this matter for him to get his stock in condition to For liny and nil kinds of Urick Work Brink for new house on the Reynolds lot Steele street their attention and work a reform in ft eight have his opening on Thursday and it has tpnlo attho lowest mnrkut price Orders left nt The W 1 Chinas coal scales will receive prompt at South Frankfort is being laid and the charges and the people will rise tip and been postponed until next week milliners are expected to day and all the tontion woodwork will be begun in a short time call them blessed Indies who wish to call and examine the S D meeting of The regular monthly Messrs Collins Brown recently pur- stock are cordially invited to so but the Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A M takes chased eight head of fat cattle from Mr store will not be regularly opened for busi Â¬ place next Tuesday evening September Thos Farmer and twelve from Mr Geo ness until next week Office and Residence Mansion House Jilock Si 21st at which time the regular election of Blakemore for which they paid 4 25 per Clair Sivet Drydens Minstrels will give another officers for the ensuing year will be held and hundred They also purchased from Mr FRANKFORT KY of their excellent entertainments at Major it is hoped every member will be present Apr 2fi ly Ben Hughes twelve head at 4 per hun Opera House next Wednesday evening 22d Mr Leslie Collins purchased 28 A horse attached to a hack in a funeral dred inst on which occasion they will present procession became unmanageable at the head of fat hogs from Mr Thos Farmer at a programme brim full of new jokes and 4 75 per hundred Having hml n number of yearc experience corner of Main and Ann streets Wednes acts and should have a full house This ho business I offer uy services to the citizens nt of day morning and caused so much trouble If Mr L H Ferguson of Elmvillc will company is composed entirely of home Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will gel that he had to be taken out and another call at the telephone office in this city he boys who will give as good a show as anv stock on the street household good or do Min Â¬ eral farm auctioneering Orders left at theatoro Some delay can get a caddy of Uncle Ned horse substituted fur him tobacco professional troupe on the road Go and ot Mr v Berliench or the stablo of Dan Han t yjR tBjfa Jy ffe in the burial was occasioned therebv cook will receive prompt attention Charges that fell off a wagon loaded with his goods see them Wednesdav night moderate j j PETERSON fPPl rvfi9BV 39 tf A horse attached to a buggy in which which was passing there a few days ago A young gentleman of this city and a It was picked up by a little boy who left it were several colored people became fright young lady from Lexington were out riding H AVERILL Mr Ferguson in ened at an engine that was passing over with Mr Wiley William a buggy Wednesday afternoon and Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky the trestlework Saturday afternoon and will be expected to compensate the little drove down the Lewis Ferry pike as far Music reared and plunged so violently as to smash fellow for putting it in safe hands Musical Goods as the O F C Distillerv In retiiruiii the vehicle and spill the occupants out A difficulty took place in Anderson they attempted to come up the road along LAR9EST BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY but fortuuateh none of them were hurt the river between the Kentucky River Mills Strings county last Sunday five miles west of Law- for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Danjo Mr John T Stout of this county returned reuceburg between a white man by the and the distillerv and when about hnlf ways onAc A full line of Instruction Books al hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Louis where he name qf Mike Hawkins alias Edwards way between those two points they found Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Tuesday morning from purchased two car load of mules one of and a colored man by the name of Win tii broad blockaded with a wagon loaded with Publishers Prices New Music received monthlywhich he ehipjted to Savannah Georgia Lane in which Lane wa shot twice and stone from a quarry on the hillside ami and the other to VahUsta in the same killed instantly one ball entering his neck the gent got out and attempted to turn the Hawkins made buggy around and in doing so the horse State lie paid for thos sent to Savannah and the other his body backed the buggy too close to the edge 155 per head and for thor e sent to Val- - good his escape in the direction of Ver ailles A gentleman and wife or two single gentle- Â¬ of the bank and it went over dragging tie men cun be accommodated with a nice front The difficulty was the result of an old dohta 140 per head grudge Lane is said to have been a quiet horse after it with the gent still clinging room unfurnished and excellent board at a VERY REASONABLE Messrs Arthur Peter Russell Sueed respectable citizen PRICE to the bridle The whole party weie preTack Monroe Rithnrd Chiles Geo L cipitated over the bank about fortv feet Also fivo or six table boarders will bo taken wry low Apply to MRS O W OWKX Fayne aim Dr trice compose a The Board of Directors of the Frankfort The buggy was Imdly broken and the Au 21 -- It Next door to WoiUel Hotel party that left thisfcity Tuesday morning Georgetown Paris K It CoE H Talor young lady who till remained in it J J HATCII1TT I ZIFfilKli for Elkhoru wherethey will camp for sev Â¬ jr President will hold a meeting next week encaped with only a slight cut on the chin eral days and fish itintf and have a good for the purpose of making some arragements The young man was slightly bruised The HATCH ITT ZIEGLER time generally dtisto be hoped their tent to have work begun on the railroad at an horse escaped without injury IKOIMtlKTOHS early day it is confidently believed by will not take fire 1 is time those who are in a position to know that PLAEIM IS At the meeting of Capital Lodge No CAPITAL CITY SAW The following wfre tJie prices paid for within twelve months Frankfort will have 20tt I O G T Thursday night the follow- Â¬ Doors Windows Shutters the privileges of th Fair Ground Confec direct railroad communication with Cincin- ing resolutions were adopted without a 6 50 per ay Mrs S J Bohan nati by the way of Georgetown tionery dissenting voice LATHS SHINGLES FLOORING CEILING 34 jO per day Pat Gibbons nan Saloon The people of this city should tnkea lively Whkukas In consideration of the emi- Â¬ 30 50 per day interest in this projected enterprise as it Dining1 Hall Louisville Weather boarding Pickets Ito nent services rendered to the cau e of 9 Ih per day will when completed Fat Gibbous Hitet Hing temperance in this and other parts of be of incalculable 221 ST oiEI1 fytdier Shop 2 25 per benefit to the business of Frankfort in the State by our worthy brother Sidnev French H Cruiubaugh Yistors invited to exiimino the mills md Mock and it knowledge of the aurifJcc ot n 4 75 per way of reduced freight day Jus Gushing Check room rates quick and lucrative practice in his profession n n o becstowu pike Aug 2 2i day J M Stephen cheap trips to Cincinnati and return and lawyer lor the cause of temperance he it Lm theiefore the like Changed His Business- Jiesolved That we as a Lodge tender DKAUU IN him our sincere thanks and herehv instruet Gen Jas A Dawson well known to this Lee a Cliiiamau has been arrested Char our representative to the Grand Lodge to for manufaeiuriug qui selling to his country- community as a former Register of the vote fur In tn as our lirsi choice for the men Wah Wvch ad Wong Hong a gold Land Ollice and ex Adjutant General of ollice of Grand Worthy Chief Willsollat the vory lowe Templar at lirick mado out ot hi ass weighing 20 lbs Kentucky has located at Denver Colorado its next bessiou in October next And we 4 Furtlpr reports sijy these are for 3000 for the purpose of practicing law with Mr furthermore recommend him to the con Â¬ American Christian not the oulv victiifs federation of the brotherhood JP JoV Molt as his law partner Frank lieview Cincinnati lie is the State as one worthy of their throughout coutidenee t Jhnr Lee wi T I rentetiibcrtd by the hIho editor of the Colorado Law Reporter mm cupuuie ui lining mill lionomiile f majority of our clujena ha tls jiiuii who a montly magazine devoted to the iutcrets of position with honor ami profit to the cause ran a Climene iifjtry iuJhiB city four or the legHl profession His host of friends in luul pleiHure to the brotherhood FOirXDHY llmt th Secretary be instructed 1lllafpiWt1iat f H- - fhfl venrri tfO v KIS Vine Strttrt CinrhttutU Ohio rryIwv iiirr this city wish him prosperity in hi wi niivu mi-pirvfuiimuiis nuuiisiiea in uic ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON got dull and he rawed tl wind ther field of labor where he will soon take u Franklort Uousuahout Capital Gazette and oj8oc8ti Tlj Tyii on wliiph tliU puper la printed U from leading part in the affairs of life the Good Templars Advocate mcniifl not quite B BIO K OOITTRACTORS Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon i ACTIOiTBBKriKraT Â¬ Jfwfli mm W and Â¬ 1 t 1 ML Â¬ theliq j J CHINtf m Â¬ ALL KINDS 01 VAL FO R CA J vT 1 k 1 newLifwl - TYPE Ki i 1 ui uouve ounury r u V 1 E t I1 m vw Jte L i dlHflft Vy HL 4 J MKBtt Kf t m 5F WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorcd nt the post nflico at Frankfort Kuntuoky tm second class mailable matter 1V OLAUDK IlUOKrEV OHO A i n LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS lE ft Editors strnd uTolisliers TERMS Tho WrKKbV RonxnAnoUT is published ovory Suturduy nt ono 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 lottor at our risk faST Notices of MarriagosMrths and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notico3 will bo charged for nt our regular advertising rates FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 18 1880 RouxDvnouT is marked on the first page with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be If your renewed before you receive another paper The second story of Odd Fellows Temple will be occupied by the Roundabout office the ftrutof October 1880 t costs fifteen dollars to cuss a sewing machine agent at Bridgeport Shea have the contract Messrs Sane fur refitting the gas and water pipes at the Capital Hotel and it will be well done Jeir Allen the old reliable porter i btick at his post at the Capital Hotel hav Â¬ ing taken charge with the next proprietors The E II Taylor jr Co have begun the erection of a 0000 warehouse making the fourth near their distilleries in Lees town Mr Jas G Arnold who xvas murdered near Dodge City Kas are expected in this city for interment next Tuesday or Wednesday The remains o of Lewis Oliver says no one has been dip It is a mistake that ping fish at the lock lie has allowed it to be done for he was put there to stop such proceedings in the first place Mr- - Â¬ B Wijr Margaret E Graham is having a nice little More worn built adjoining her residence on Madison street which she purposes uing as a millinery store when completed s IT employ of W A Gaines A Co have had an advance this xveek of ten cents per barrel for their labor making the price uoxV paid by that linn ninety live cents per barrel The coopers in I lie Mero and Holme streets are to have a new fire cistern each but South Frankfort is not to have a single one The people on that tide of the river miint provide xvater for all fires they may have Persons living on the line of the L C fc L Kailrojul desiring to attend the fair at this place next xveek can do so by paying Tluiisday one fare for the round trip with the price Mr A V Williams left for Cincinnati Of admission to the grounds added He xvill probably Wednesday iporuing remain some time it he succeeds in finding A good audience witnessed the rendition employment of Davy Crockett by the Mayo Combination Mrs Maggie Clark and Misses Bertha at Major Opera House Tuesday night and and Lizzie Watson of Louisville who have all xvere amply repaid as the company xvas been visiting the familv of Mr W I jihove the average and were well up in Graham for several xveeks past returned home Tuesday afternoon tlipir parts Mr U C Gnrvey of Cincinnati who has been visiting Mr L A Thomas jr Mies Ellen Sheets is visiting friends in for the past txvo xveeks returned home Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort and vicinity Ollice in Capital Hotel Louisville Tuesday afternoon building next door to Western Union Tclegtapb Miss Sallic Coddington of Cincinnati office Mies Ellen Harvie is visiting the Water Residence r iom 39 Capital Hotel xvho has been visiting Mrs Mary Heffner Aug 21 tf Cure at Cleveland Ohio for several xveeks returned home Thurs Mrs Jane Page has been visiting relatives day morning HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE f in Louisville this xveek Mrs Jas W Mayhall returned last Will Hudson has been over to Cincinnati xveek from a visit of u mouth to relatives A dcsirablo roMdcnco on Loan atrcot near this xveek to see the Exposition in Jeflersonville Ind and Elizabethtoxvn Third South Frankfort is oileicil for sale THOS HODMAN Jit Apply to this State Harvey Cofer is spending a few daya in Aug 28 lm Squire Pat McDonald and family xvho the city with his fathers family have been visiting friends in Paris and Cin Mr George Alexander of Greenville cinnati the past week returned home Miss is visiting friends in this city Wednesday alternooii A good fnrin of ISO acres located rela- Â¬ Mrs V Berberich left for a visit to Steeles Mr Geo Flynri and wife left for Louis- Branch seven miles from Frankfort onFor fur tives in Cincinnati Wednesday morning ville Tuesday nlternoon for a visit to friends thor information apply to W T UAINKS ono Miss Josie Murphy left for Louisville in that city and xvill also visit friends in mile anil a half from Frankfort on the Owen ton turnpike Carrollton before they return rAujj 28 lm Tuesday afternoon for a vibit to friends Capt Sam Steele is lying very ill with Mr Joseph Dohrer of Paris has been DUDLEY INSTITUTE typhoid lever at his home in this county visiting friends in this city this xveek xv e are sorry to say the chances are and MALE AND FEMALE Mr John Griffin of Griffin Bros will very much against his recovery Tho Fifth Session of this school will com- Â¬ go to Cincinnati next xveek to buy goods Misses Alice and Cordie Jeflers xvho mence on September fi 13S0 Terms per session Mrs N I McDaniel of Belle Point is have been visiting friends in Williamstoxvn of twenty xveeks Primary Department 18 visiting friends and relatives in Louisville since the first of July are not expected Intermediate35 Department 25 Collcgiuto De- Â¬ For further particulars apply to partment T M TUIINEK Mr Will White of Tyrone Anderson home before the first of next mouth Frankfort Ky county spent Thursday and Friday in this Mrs Win Sloan xvho has been visiting Aug 21 lm city her parent Mr Jas A Kichardeon and wife this county the past txvo mouths Miss Eleanor Holmes who has been visiting iriends in Louisville has returned returned to her home in Nashville Tenn South Frankfort Ky Thursday home Master Jerome Berberich left for CincinBDYSUNDER 12 Mr Ed Choat superintendent at Hod nati Wednesday morning where he ex FOR YOUNG LAOJES GIHLS man Sueeds null lias been quite sick this pects to make his future home He has Years of Age Tho locality is pleasant nni I week gone for the purpose of learning a trade in healthful The session ol 18S0 81 will begin on the Mr Alex McEwan returned Tuesday that city evening from a short visit to the Falls Mrs Jas A Hodges and little daughters First Monday in Siiplenikr 1880 y City Julia and Bessie who have been visiting and continue Forty Weeks Mr James Nicol of Louisville spent relatives in this city and vicinity for the Tuition in English Course 20 last Sunday in this city visiting friends and past mouth returned to their home in LouisBoard and Washing 140 ville Tuesday morning lelatives Extras nt usual rites Mr Win McEwan xvill leave for Dan- Â¬ For other inform Hon address Mrs Ann Russell left for Louisville ville MltS A li BIIANKLIN Principal next Monday xvere he goes to studx Wednesday morning to visit her daughter theology He originally intended to attend July 31 tf Mrs J T Gaines the Law University at Lousville but reflNWNP Mrs Llewelyn Marshall and Miss Ellen cently determined lo study for the ministry E BNTUOKY Risk left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Kev 11 E Thomas and wife ol Greenfriends in Pleasureville wich New Jersey Mrs W P Thomas and jffts Milton McGrew returned home children of Philadelphia Penn and Mise W E PLUMIEY A M Principal Monday alUrnoon from a visit to her mother Lizzie B Hodges of Louisville are visiting Successor to D it J DD the lamily ot Col J N Crutchur in Belle in Jeflersonville Indiana Miss Maggie Denton who has been visit Point Mr Hugh li Ayres of the Kentuck A THGRCrt ing Miss Dora lluliman lor several weeks S JHOOL river coips of engineers xvas in the city on returned home Saturday ok He reports that a short visit this week Mrs U Keeiuin who has been visiting Locks Nos 2 and tf will be completed so relatives in Kenton county the past two that boats xvill be running to Frankfort CHILDREN AYODlf flIPU 0r DOTH SEXES xveeks lias returned home bv the first ol uexi Jauuirv Miss Mona Tate returned Thursday Mrs Uebecca Sanders of Texas is visit- Â¬ Nineteen tit Sent Atrial S ion Begins morning from a protracted visit to Maine ing her brother Mr W II 11 Hardin in and other Northern States ihis ciiv it being the firsi lime the txvo have other in lilty tvxo yeais She was Mr Wm Cromwell of this county left lor seen each this city married ai sixteen years Tenn yesieiday afternoon raised in Chattanooga ol age and moved to Texas where she has NU It is tlioJm f this hool to provide where he will make his future home lived ever since tho means for a Miss Callie Hawkins of Woodford Quite a number of our people xventto the Classical and Highy En sh Training county has been visiting her sister Mrs Eminence fair yesterday Following is a J oil n E xMiles in this city this xveek yenij and w th this object pmtiul list covering a seres tjen Scott Brown Col Jas W Tate Col tho school will bo i eiaijiiOed at tho beginning Mr Ed Meagher who has been in fail of the next gesrio iwitteaoh pupil will be un Â¬ mg health for some lime left lor a visit to li P Pepper Col C F Bowman Jmlge signed to n place th itiursc P U ilnjor Capt Kalph Sheldon Messrs Lcadville Colorado Tuesday alternooii A course ol stui v wl bo pi mod forgiad M ll P Williams George Quarles duo hool Ttii course will re- Â¬ Miss Katie Whitteu of Stamping Ground W Caiues and xvile Hon las lilackhuru uatcs of the City quire thro yiars id ty oompl on will entitle been visiting Mrs Merrill Wanes Misses Eliie Chestnut who hus lleitie Hodman tho sudetit to a dqilomu A em tin outh Side for several xveeks lias returned Sue Qnnrles Laura and Maggie Noel Chemistry home Prncl ice tVillie Kate and Lama Morris Miss Mollie McEwan left for Owen county will be organised md tAht by an experiene d li eli i t wjj io open to those who teacher this morning where shegoes to teach school are not mctnbjrs of thupubixd Apparntus for She will probably be absent about nine In Iielle Point on Suturduy tho llthtiist teaching Astronomy atnf Jlij nndn reference months li Gaines a daughter tfuigln libiary will be pro deil to thu wife of H Mr Win Sloan of Nashville Tenn 11 pound PAINTING who has been visiting relatives in this In this county on Sunday afternoon Sept VOCAL MUSI county the past week leturued home 12iu to the wife of Cumin Moore a daughter Classes in Vocal iting nnd Draw ja Personal BR EDGAR E HUME i Â¬ Â¬ Farm For Sale or Rent Â¬ n FALTTCADEMY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITO I uH Septemfor1et- li 1880 wthlijWiry - 1 J In Louisvilie to tho wio ol J V on Monday September 13th Coloimui a ton M A It 11 112 JU In this city on tho Mill inst by Kev J 11 Soliool Tharp Mr Tuod J Uazlbwouu und Miss L Amok Foiiq In this oity on the 10th inst by Rev J M terms Lewis at tho residence of thu bridoe fathtr J W Snuuldine Mr Wm Uohskli and Miss Cou- PKLIA ing will bo orgnntruti urnisg Ue month of Sep A class in Chiini tember by Mrs Pliiufey Painting will ilsn b topic The aboVe sebool wI clmnge its location tn tho IKWJJi lBOiTY opposite tho City i will be F vr 33ccafnr Fvuplla tawtvfijlnto Prtuoipula family For Dd th pArnculttre mjtdv to V 7 SlAUIPISG WW ILUMTiEY or i v niirTPf nun VtVUillllUlt J1 M lk F pr yvvxip SBHSHMIIHaiWi cThL 5T ji VK irjjrMtfMTf i y in i JpiiH U V Oil mii 8Py m UII PARK DAIRY - - JJU it -- MSKF1HW WEM tSsviH wl i - i tJ--- 4 v - - 4 SHIBilSKilflGIIUli T and afte L A 11 TRAVELERS r lA UBuAHrwikfirrtdii1 f tR7tftral opted as ft Uf licnvo icavo javo oi WM3T r nl fr i V r t S It AST i Fresh Milk from grass fed cow delivered in any part of tho city at popular prices Large crowds lows Temple this week buveth not been in attendance and the prices paid have ST Some fears were expresned during the have been fair week that the cool weather of the past few Drydens Minstrels will take a trip next nights would injure the tobacco crop in 144 Wixt Muvhvt St hcl Fourth and Fifth Leaving thisciiy on the Uth they month this section J tho L will go to Georgetown Versailles Nicholas undays Mny 15 tf in the Messrs ones it Co are erecting Uiehmonjl Danville ville Narrodsbtirg brick dry house for season and Winchester and at each of those penitentiary a r ing lumber something that has been very townsthey will give one of their excellent i iO v in much needed there We bespeak for them full entertainments Â¬ The stock of stoves and tinware of Capt sickly appear I Tliwnternulon hath a Rticefcl it witberetb up and drieth away E II Taylor has been sold at auction in vlii1cit waitetli for the purchaser that the room in the second story of Odd Fel- LOOK Iff 3 W Photographic Studio B K A IT TS LOUISV1LLK KY I Â¬ OE I K W t 1 i mo f ri t rfflfcg i a J clou sirinorl jtir r i nitYAN am The new machinery lor the penitentiary houses Jiptlli is expected to be here in a few days and fionnco- then a busy hum will be heard where com If1 partitive quiet now reigns I 1W LOCAL NOTICES Messrs Noel A JeilVrs recently purchased inr at McCLUKE k BltOS -- 100 head of sheep and have already ei The civil court of G W J win com- Â¬ llermi i tfctitery is jti ovcrntion gaged the wool that will be sheared from mences on the 27th day of September LS80 LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND and for sale at Lowest Prices by them next spring at thirty cents per pound Come and see how low I am selling G B MACK LIN o Round iotvs is just Ufree ars old strap slippers Newport ties light sole A chute has been built down the river shoes drv goods notions C at HABTC0CK bank at the east end of the tunnel for the LOGAN MoKEES St Clair street HAS A GOOD r was froct i thi4k locality purpose of loading corn from the cars on i A Circulating Library for sale at a bar- Â¬ the switch at that point on board the Little gain i niorni a Will sell whole library or separate volumes ami will otter our books lor rent Well located nnd fa prepared to Bonrd r Dora TlHisk iiliury will commence until sold Catalogue and price fiiruihsed on Break Horses in a satiidnctory manner Term r low Law application to Mnr lmll it Meagher We are indebted to Mr Itobt Jul 10 tf lmmtT for a basket of very fine large tipples Special bargains in Languedoc lace at 3LCt i it ler 13 ve will U 1 itfillinf on iriipijouHwi They are of the Queen variety and were Gritlin Bros OctoHerji At fiout the grown on his farm about nine miles from r The Worlds Greatest Instruments dealer sy that thefuer trade this cilv i -- Cigarette Hat Society I will dolivor pure Nortcrn Lake Ice at mv residence or in any part of tho oily as cheap a tho ehenpest May 22 tf P1ILIP II OOIX i COAL DAH COAL -- i A fthl Livery Stable nFw p Can First Ii now v i tf JMAKylELD Having recently added to Y miIl7 33 J section ID O Ui i Morris Side rnUfryTmiiu ImHiJSSfctt jrn U - ht Jail 3nuhihit South Frankfort has improved fully this season and the improvements out Mr son the seem to have juit begun There is plenty of room and fresh air on that side for more wonder- Â¬ Cliickerlng Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma son 3 Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs 23D 153 Fourth Avenue Louisville solo agent for nil of the above which in soiling for 2il yonri I am uonvinccri arc the very host imUe Everything pertaining to music to bo found here Class Pinning PATJLDS prormrd to furnish all kinds of Everybody f week will bin v been Mispended vlu- t v are i it th rale of m foviots t wins Mij bejran IT I ritt- The room recently occupied by Mr II WCI Mattern as a photograph gallery over M Ceo Buhrs saloon has been cut up into Denier in nil Kinds of tnIc puitentinry rooms and will form part of the hotel Mr P tbe fall Buhr U erecting Lumber Flooring Weather Boardingf 1 ten n dty tinc2 I Fair next uood people eiet o h lm line ii km M KY Molding Turning AI0 J WAKEFIELD c c Scroll Work Stair Work Gotten out in tho Best Style May 1j tf lid troll Vclm - JorSN f tVe will next w t v on e Tim mctil iiijiiiij i I The E II Taylor jr Co are having j f Pol s erected additional cattle pens near their disJlCalifornia tilleries at Leestown which when comrlnkt h pleted will furnish room for feeding six hundred head of cattle i oHiOfije Capital t f i jf on iiif y fy unu u u Messrs Noel A letters purchased a span T Ktlt V - f of black mare mules from Mr Jus Wiley IIIKDV i last W dnesday for which they paid 400 a if lie Finn A linnei na mules are young and are about 16s Jlarjic OII- - The A WKi They are to be delivered hands high -- j Laths Shingles Ollico II Fill MRS - FRANKFORT mmml Principal - Â¬ and Suv Mills near llnilroad Bridge Â¬ - B ly PJan 31A K F 1 L i i JltlOIIS it -- t ltCl to day u She Mnsti ililc tot t liOlrte t ful- i4fterlr ik were it Dora lowed tt e -- 4 i f Ij enrr u- - PI lit Fr X it itoryeto i vill Utrtijd i I die Collins has five hundred head The of shep out at pasture on the shares ctober man who pastures and feeds them keeps them for one year and at the end of that e Pteaner ne time he returns all the old sheep to Mr ter ii8seiity Collins with one half the increase and one half the wool sheared from them otrer lc - ine o atbe Mr fje trusses CINCINNATI 300 KENTUCKY 0ENTEAL E E TO AND RT I Y TAKE THE BLUE GRASS ROUTE O MARY T RUNYAN The Thirtv Siiond Annual Session will com- Â¬ mence on Minday Septeml or fi IhHO Terms as nual parhli- in iidvanop or monthly For circulars address tho lrineipil Aug 7 lit ALL IOINTS IN TIIK NORTH EAST AND WEST mm Genuine Stamped ip I uh nuv YOU OXK OK iron tsisos B SEELEY WAKRANTLD pjfflu mas Leave Lexington at 720 n in 111 y o p in t 01 ii 1st Llf a I Mr LisT lieal fljiim f and faiij IIFt i itybn iii xW a oi I Mr Wash Criltcher of this county re- - Arrive at Cincinnati 1130 630 550 ceived the fir t premium for Tappahauoc white Aheat and the second premium lor Fast Timo Elegant Cars No Dust Setiacu white wheat at Col Bowmans Smooth Track IMltly S03 is week Mr Crutcher wheat show last r cents li- one of the best farmers in this count v and 95 MILES THE SHORTEST 4 50 AND never fails to have tt irood crop of wheat pay ot freigl 1 - rai roll 140 p in Trade Mark SEfi3S222a 2egi3teret it Ive i tl Hol Let every citizen of Frankfort ami Frank t Tuesdn TO A 11 lOINTS IN lin county who has anything nice from an days H Dni apple to a horse take it to the LIGHT COOL CLEAN a ioiisiou is oiK i week and show it The fair is a fair next Leaving Loxington at 440 p in WILL NOT BREAK OR KUST home institution and should he sustained The a e in Every otio sent out warranted For rates tickets and full information ns to Dont stay away hut go routes write to or address Stephen T Swift doisedhy Drs tiroes and Agnow of Phind Ins city iilve by home people i in r toinu nud dec them They aro the bet t phio Let agent Phojuix Hotel Luxintrton Lkxiiipo ritCiS this wtbk everv dav and take vour familv For calo by No churgu to show JAMES C ERNST tarny f rij their ino every one do his best to make the fair a JOS UCOMlTE Gen 1W Agt GEORGE COLEMAN South Frank ort success iruv luds Agt ZTo3A 10 Hours the Quickest Roule No3 Concave No 8 Ko - Made isi Sver Tovxn -- I 1 F 1 ili Ill wn iiifcitoLMuteiiii fWPPPHJT5BJHMPIIWlfW f W4iffl ilk Wf1 3 mnj J i1 in iiimiiii iiMMiiiirriiiMiifliii ilHliiMIMflPBn jij r- - iiiifririiitf ritlitMMJBiMMBiBiHIMMHtti8iilfiiii nifrit rJff H iTV 3 34tt7wP j- hj Wl r3k uwB m WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT The plunk mdcwnlk on Lognn Btrect between Crorfa iiml Campbell South Side u I jf y fi-- I m mm- 1 Mr Dnn Swigert has fiolil Imp celebrated Sidney French Grund Worthy Counselor race horf e Hindoo to Mera Dwyer of the I 0 G T will deliver a temperance Bros forlf0GOcnsl lecture at Benson Depot to morrow Sunday There will be another wedding in this afternoon A St Louin CMiimunity before many days There will be pleaching every night gent and a South Side lady next week at the Baptist Church by Kev MetHW J Ac J M Satiell will soon be The J Pike Powets of Mt Sterling gin the erection of a large warehouse at public is cordially invited to attend the their Cedar Run Distillery meetings Adams Express Co has furnished its Excursion to Cincinnati aa nt in this city u hand ome new wagon harness and hoise for the delivery ol goods On Kentucky Day at the Cincinnati Ex position W udnesday beptember 22d the Tr IV I - Tnlor will sue Dr C W Ij C it j K It will run a special train Motion lor failure to comply with his con to convey the Governor and his staff and tract to purchase his dental oilice in thif anv otheis who mav wish to attend the The train will Exposition on that day citv leave Fianklort at 71 a m and return will leave Cincinnati at II p m Fare Meters John Umilt is Co of this city u for the round trip three dollars have gotten the contract to put up a large E P liKVAN Agent tli tillery for Amler on county parties near Bridgeport Cliltou on the river -- mi Sin tmauiililit prtiulitinii GREAT CLEARANCE S i 1 A oii i ML vHI i v 1 i I Clothing Clothing Clothing I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing at STRICTLY COST PRICED FOR THE NEXT THJftTY DA rr v v I Corn cutting has begun The fair next week will be a irrand sue chooie to make it to cess if the people The chigoes have disappeared and we It is their fair and lonki are happy they do it Will be libeially patronized bv them Capt Cash Merrill is the boss checker player of Bridgeport Council No EJcymenUtr0 Krauk Mr Jerry Long will remove his family is re 7 HoynlTanplars of Temperance to Frankfort soon quested to b present at the meeting at 7A Clair Streets Cor Main The slight frosts of Monday and Tuesday evening oclock next Thursday nights did no damage NB Special attention called to mysto Miss Hallie Alexander is visiting Mist All the distileries intliis vicinity are for confirmation erecting new warehouses to accommodate Alice Lewis in Belle Point Mr Taylor Purrent has put up a five the stock of whisky they have on hand and story building a pigeon house that they expect to make this season o Owing to indisposition your correspondent The pioper authorities should take inl has not been able to gather up all the news snito ine Hate steps to hae the hole in the pave this week the south end of the wooden meat at Mr lohn Jenkins who was so badlv ILLUSTRATED biidge repaired It is in a terrible condition hurt hiht week is we are glad to state getting well iii A bevel wheel of the engine at HerCatalogues Miss Nellie Bradley who has been visitdistillery was broken Thursday ing in Versailles for the past three months mitage SENT neocssititing a stop of a few hours till an- - has returned home WNBmmr J1 iSN Sli Damages were WJlSrSn otlierwheel was put in Another case under the provoke law was tried last Saluiday befoie Esipiiie I II small hinn in which Mr Keuben Samueln was would put defendant and Mr Purdy and wife sewing A verv email outlav of money flit I iu machine agents were piaiuuiH the dials of the citv clock in a condition to feudunt Samuels was fined 15 and lie costs White triads The GoverjTor was called on to emit the be of j ervice to the public dials lighted inside the cupola at night fine but the request was prompt v relused The laws will continue to be rigidly en would be an improvement loiced in this community We have the ollicers and juries to do it Bun Mr lohn P Starks of the White Hall clothing hon e returned Thursday after Â¬ Fellows Syrup of Hypophosphites by noon from New Yoik where he purchased restoring strength to the nerves and muscles a large stock of goods and the White Hall of the stomach cures dyspepsia which is but the result of Ions ot nervous strength will be booiniuir in a few days followed by muscular lelaxation Â¬ v Blue Flannel Suits Jm Good Light colored Cassimerc Suits it Boys Blue Flannel Suits Odd Pants from nV 75 cents Mens Office Coats Boys Coats Boys Mohair Coats Boys Black Luster Coats 1 rine Chevoit Suits from 3 to 5 less than former prices Lamlf Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbricrgan 3F low er than other houses buy them Straw HatsWool Hats Fur below cost at i Mens Skeleton Suits Cz SOL HARRIS STAR CLtytylNG H0l and St Frankfort l A 1 BOYS SUITS sj i 1 Â¬ 1 TIT Â¬ Â¬ free ffW IOSl 1 i itensire cr AffiL Manufactory REEP ORGAi lj if I I IX TKC World 1 I Mr V Berberieh the bo s tailor in this city does hi- - own cutting and if ou want suit of clothes to fit ynu like a a His goods have glov go and see him received and aie of the latest ju t been fir-t-ela- fS J M- - STEPHENS IlKUKU IN miiMX mm liliil WHfi B3Eiasrc3- Cozjalilued u OWER ith Tone - t-- uritly of a Durability Finish THESE fitvles kli S7 i Sail Mi ol -- All Kii ORGANS AKC W Next Wednesday 22d inst is Kentucky An ex Day at the Cincinnati Exposition enrsou train will leave here that day for Cincinnati carrying passengers the round trip for 3 See Mr Brians card in an other column Â¬ Clair St near Wooden liridye f Ur HIVJLhU 80 A Splendid Offer 80 The THE Frankfort AM LOUISVILLE WEEKLY Roundabout BRATTLEfeORO VT feb 21 Om -- mw To morrow begins Mr Daraies filth year of service with the Christian Church at thir j lace and he preaches in the morning his fourth anniversary sermon which every member of the church ought tohcjir The usual service at night 1 COB JOUHNAL AXffj il OF STOTJIK One yeiir for 2 25 Two pnjiors for little more thnn tho price nf one Send tin iSJ 21 nml ro oeive your homo paper with the Courier Journal the best hrijihteat utul abjeit fiwily weokly in BOOK AND JOB PKI3STTI TO THE ROUWri4BOUXpEJPICEj the couutry ftiwaiMi iiir ij-i j JMujN 7 top s