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HMftKi T 5 JL Xlt5 BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Weekly Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY OCTOBER PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume irr ir 1879 Number 3 TENDER BEEP The host place to buy It Beef Mutton And Pork all kinds of IS AT FRESH MEAT J M STEPHENS Near Wooden Bridge I St Clair S MILCH COWS FOR SALE X have ton good Milch Cows five of which arc fresh which I will soil cheap lor cash JOHN KIERNAN l ff FOR TRENT Two Brick Houses S TO It 15 Ap- Â¬ Corner of St Clair and Clinton Streets ply to MRS MoKEE or at 0 S WALCUTTS On W H AVERILL Opposite Post l Office Frankfort IN THE Ky Music and Musical Goods LARBCST BESTASSORTMENT CITY Strings for IMnno Violin Violoncello Guitnr Banjo Ac A full lino of Instruction Rooks al Â¬ ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Music published any whuro promptly obtained at Publishers Prices Now Music received month- - BEST PLACE Tn Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at P V Gray CHOICE Gos Who havo just received a mammoth stockof GJ Which they offer at prioes to suit everybody Thoy keop nono but tho very best ami guarantor every artiolo to bo just as represented and Full Wright In every instance A fnll lino of ROCElilES STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES CANNHU OJOODS Wooden and Stone Ware And cvorything grocory usually kept in a first class 80 of 9 Cry Coffee 15 our contToaand choice brands jin BiSt Frosh Oystors always on hand tf Willaxd Proprietor Hotel R C STEELE WM INGHAM clerk Capt JAM US BUUK Catorcr 0 or 0 entor and Jefferson Sts Louisville f oasstablo licited In assuming tho management of tho Willard Hotel tho present propriotor will use every effort to contribute to the comfort of his guostp and sustain tho reputation this woll known eatablish mont has so long enjoyed Good beds conven- Â¬ ient sampto rooms for commcrcinl men and firsP The patronage of thepublic is so- Â¬ Job Work Keatlyi EjiB outocl at this Office The city suspended payment Tuesday Franklin County Sunday School V night and nccounts againat the city that Convention of the Christian Church have been allowed by the City Council have been sold this week at a discount of from Delegates from the Sunday schools at 10 to 25 per cent Cause no money in the Bridgeport Antioch Mt Zion Pleasant trensury to pay thent with A bad state of Hill Grassy Springs Hnrdinsville and ST CLAIR ST FRAXKPORT KW affairs Is there no remedy Frankfort met in the Christian Church at Frankfort on Saturday October 4th and organized a County Convention for Sunday Sunday School Eeports school work in Franklin county by the election of the following officers Report of the Baptist Sunday school President George Dnrsie pastor Christian Church city Vice President Col Alex Â¬ Â¬ Number of officers teachers and puTO ORDER IN ALL THE Secretary and pils enrolled Sept 1st 185 ander Julian Bridgeport 111 Lreasurer Percy Smith Frankfort Highest attendance during month Executive Committee C C Furr Frank- Â¬ Lowest attendance during month 98 fort J R Shaw Grassy Springs Alexander 105 Average attendance during month G F McQueen 4 Jackson Pleasant Hill Teachers absent during month AND AT Antioch It Hancock Ilardinsville J 11 Average collection during month SI 28 Slnnn Brulegport New scholars received during month 4 On motion it was ordered that the ConVisitors during month 10 vention meet evey three months during Hour of holding Sunday School 9 a m the first year of its organization Satisfaction guaranteed Sept I3 5m Visitors cordially received It wns further ordered that the Secretary Will 0 Riddkll Sec and Treas should furnish the Roundauolt Yeoman Report of the Christian Sunday school and Apostolic Times with the proceedings of the Convention for publication Ad Number of officers teachers and pu- Â¬ AND pils enrolled Sept 1st 169 journed sine die JOSIAH H SIIINN Secretary 151 Highest attendance during month Lowest attendance during month 129 Bridgeport Average attendance during month 142 I have opened an elegant room up stairs over Teachers absent during month 3 my Confectionery where ladies can always get a The health of the village is good Average collection during month 2 59 nice lunch nn short notice at low figures My Ice Cream is always fresh and of the New scholars received during month 7 Mr Win Armstrong is again confined to Visitors during month 30 his bed Teachers Meeting every Friday evening Mrs Whit Hall is attending the Exposi- Give me a call Hour of holding Sunday School 9J a m LEWIS WEITZEt tion in Cincinnati Visitors to the school always welcome Lkk A Owkx Secy T Miss Lnlie Jackson has returned to her home in Lexington Report of Jhe Methodist Sunday school Having had a number of years experience nt Master Fultz Reddish has returned from M umber ot olhcers teachers and pu the business I oiler my services to the citizens of pils enrolled Sept 1st 117 his visit to Louisville Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell stock on tho street household goods or do gen Â¬ Highest attendance during month 09 Miss Ellis Munday of Spencer county h Orders left at the store Lowest attendance during month 58 visiting Miss MollieTolIs at Mr Abe Ariu eral farm auctioneering of Mr V Bcrherieh or the stablo of Dan Han- Â¬ 71 strong s Average attendance during month cock will receive prompt attention Charges Teachers absent during month 8 J J PETKRS0X Born To the wife of Mr Samuel Par moderate during month 0 75 Averaire collection ifl tf rent keeper of the Alms House a daughter New scholars received during month i Ella B Visitors during month 4 Hour of holding Sunday School 2 l Mr Raleigh Armstrong has shipped this Visitors always welcome week about two hundred head of sheep for IV Wusinv Wright Secy the Cincinnati market Miss Willie Pennv and her brother Joe Neck Chains lockets Jewelry anil Report of the Presbyterian Sunday school Bracelets Shawl Pins IJaby were vi iting at Mr of Lawrenceburg Number of officers teachers and pu Â¬ Pins Etc Etc Elc pils enrolled Sept 1st 215 Raleigh Armstrongs on last Sunday Highest attendance during month IS Mr Fannie Jeffries of Anderson county Solid Gold Soulile Case Watches 15 Lowest attendance during month 112 and Misses Knium and Ella Wilson ol Average attendance during month lt2 this county were visiting at Mr Arch Tuy- Teachers absent during month 17 lors last week Average collection during month 2 34 The Franklin Church Sunday school gavej New scholars during month 2 a picnic at their Church grounds last Satur Sent on eleeion to anv addre s Visitors during month 3 day which was a grand success Col oris W SXY013R School opens promptly nt 2 i m Robert D Allen of K M I was the ManufaeturingFowelerLouisvilloKy welcome Visitors always orator of the day and did himself great And Iruneh Storo Upper st Loxhigton Ky IT Fiowu Watson Secy and Treas b 7S ly credit It was a most enjoyable affair i We are looking for a good time here A Card SIDNEY FltKXUH Elders Cliue Duncan and Dnrsie will positively be with us on next Monday night A 3HSTVKK COUUKCTKD also Tuesday day and night to talk and TRANKrOflT KENTUOKY sing to the Sunday school children ami all It has been said that I signed the Murphy others who mnv attend All are invited VU glvo dtligMit attention to any legal bui-nis- pledge under the influence of an essay read Bi o intrusted to him by a certain young lady of this community Or Jfiw i n Jfritu Main S at the school house near this place on the No failures are recorded ot the famous evening of September 23 This is a mis outward specific Hi nkvs Cakuoiii Svivn take as 1 had signed the pledge two weeks It is invariably successful in healing sore- before the essay was read In signing the curing eruptions removing proud tle di and pledge I wns aqtunjed by the purest and overcoming suppuration and inllnintnatum highest niotives-r-mptiv- es higher and nurcr These sanative results it accomplishes with than those who hatched up tins untruth can out any scar or discoloration of the skin Persons dosiring lUHE CRYSTAL ICEc conceive and not by the threat of the As a local application for chronic rheuma got it by calling at my residence on Mero tn fin youtjg Indy to refuse all but Murphvs the tism sore throat and tightness of the orat t o residence of Captain Sanford floin T urivilcge of her coinjmnv W if L chest it is also highly spoken of Sold bv am now dolivoriug lee all pari ot tl e It v Astiocii Oct 10 1879 PHILIP H GOIN Hughes Chiles Druggists BEOERXCH Merchant Tailor Fall and Winter Suits LATEST ST STLES Â¬ Lowest Prices Ladies Restaurant Ice Cream Saloon VERY BEST QUALITY ATjTGTIOaTEERSITG Â¬ Â¬ GREEPI LEAVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F- - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OLAUDK HUCKIKY GEO A school within the city LEWIS PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS TERNS The Weekly Roundabout is publishod every Saturday nt ono uollarpor annum lnvnnauiy in ndvancc Six months 50 cents threo months 25 cents Money may bo sent by noat olhco money order nr rnfi stored letter nt our risk 3Noticc8 of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted treo oi ennrgo uuuuiiry uiura be charged for nt our regular advertising rates either in the employ- Â¬ ment of necessary teachers the erection repairs or completion of the necessary build Â¬ ings for the use of said school or the nec essary furniture fixtures and apparatus for the same The question now to be answered is whether or not this law and another which requires that the lottery part of said school fund shall be invested in first class securities is being complied with by the City Council Let us have a public statement of the con dition of the school fund The people want to know Â¬ Mies Hettie Godfrey of Louisville hns been in the city this week on a visit to her sister Mrs j vx jucJMvan Mrs Sidney French left yesterday for Springfield 111 where she has gone to visit her parents She will be absent several weeks Mr J E Dorian agent for the Eclectic Educational Series Louisville has been in the city two or three days this week on FOR SALE SOUTH Two FRANKFORT REAL ESTATE Loi ouxizu ii items now net kk per cent Ono Lot 100x00 ft corner Second jLOgnn aim Norton streets One handsomely situated Lot 160x AK01tlronling mer and tunnel One Lot 200 ft on Second street running oacK on Murray street to and fronting the river about one and a half acres The above named property will bo sold at a bargain with n reaaonnblo cash payment nnd long titno for deferred payments Cottars on Murray street FRANKFORT xy ffi OCTOBER 11 1879 Masonic 6 n jy -- There will be a called meeting of Frank- Â¬ first page with a red X it indicates that fort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 next Tues Â¬ yonr subscription has expired and must be day evening October 14th at 7 oclock P renewed before you receive another paper M for installation of ofiicres If your RouxDAHorr is marked on the The City School Fund s We understand the City Council has suc ceeded in borrowing money enough to pay the draft of the School Trustees on the treasury for 1000 But while this id the case they admitted at the Council meeting on Tuesday night that there had been col lected and was due from the city 2196 hut the money was not in the treasury to pay even the draft of 1600 This is a tacit admission that they had spent at least a great portion of said school money for purposes the law didnt allow Besides this and this is a matter we submit to the serious consideration of the public in general and the School Trustees in particular while the law requires the investment of the whole of the principal of the school fund in good first class securities there is not as we learn one dollar of it so inverted but that on the contrary the city is using it in carrying on the ordinary and extraordi- Â¬ As we said in a nary expenses of the city former iesue of this paper this is a direct violation of the law If from any unfore seen cause the same school fund should be wanted for any other purpose and suit had to be brought to obtain it the city could not be held responsible for it because her Council hns no legal right to borrow this money for it nor in any way make it responsible for said Councils acts with This being the reference to the same case the proper authorities cannot be loo prompt in ascertaining the exact amount of stid fund in the citys hands and seeing that it is invested as the law directs Let ua prove ourselves worthy and appreciative guardians of this sacred trust and not hazard the interests and future welfare of our schools by proving negligent oriudif We would alno call ferent in the matter the careful attention of our readeis to the proceedings of the Council published in thisissue Study well all expressioiid con tained therein relating to this subject Â¬ Bv order of U KEENON A II P Â¬ w f Y M meets in regular communication next Tuesday evening October 14th at 7 oclock Let every member be present as business of importance will be brought before the Lodge Besides Hiram Lodge No 4 Â¬ 1 being a temperance orator and the king of stove men Mr W 0 Riddell is an inventive genius After many years of experimenting lie has prqpared a stove polish which beats the world A simple application of the polish to the stove and a few strokes of the polishing brush is all that ia necessary to give a stove a most brilliant lustre It requires no tedious rubbing to accomplish what cannot be accomplished by any other stove polish with hours of labor It is without doubt tho best in the world It is manufactured and BORN sold only by E U Taylor dealer in house furnishing goods Odd Fellows Building In this county near Antiocb on tho 5th inst Riddell says that selling stoves is now only to the wife of Geo W Lowis a son In this city on tho 5th inst to the wifo of a side speculation but the Brilliant Stove O Parker n son Polish theres millions in it Â¬ business Gen Chambers of Indiana better known as Silver Top the great temperance orator of the lloosier State was in the city yesterday Sidney French went to Louisville yester day on business connected with the Grand Lodge I O G T lie will be abesnt about a week Mrs Wm McEwan left for Cincinnati the first of the week to visit relatives in She expects to be absent a that city couple of weeks Mr Jno T Stout returned Thursday morning from Georgia where he has been with a drove of horses He reports the southern market for stock quite dull Miss Mamie Rinker who has been visit- Â¬ ing her cousin Miss Sallie Norwood for the past two months returned to her home in Louisville this morning much to the regret of her numerous friends Judge W L Pence returned from o weeks visit nt at well somewhere down the railroad He looked pleased and happy at church Sunday morning as though he had recently seen a friend you know Mr Albert G Jeffers and Miss Ollie Cain will be married at the Methodist Church next Wednesday at oclock P M They will leave on the afternoon train for Louisville from which place they will probably visit other cities in the West These young people are moat estimable and have the good wishes of all who hove the pleasure of knowing them Â¬ Â¬ J G DUDLEY BRO NOTICE I SELL FOR Sspt29 1879 4 CASH ONLY All persons indobted to me will please eall and settle by cash on notk 0 S WALCUTT WATER MILL FLOUR Persons desiring a choice article of Waterleaving their order Flooar I Mill nt get it JONES Can by COMPTOVS Flour Store on Broadway Aug 30 fim fc New Bonnets New Hats I have just rcceiretl a large and complete stock of Millinery Goods Consisting of Bonnets lints Feathers Flower Ribbons Ac which I offer to the ladies of Frank- Â¬ fort and vicinity at Death of Miss Annie McClure Am if 1 a i Eq The sad intelligence reached yesterday morning of the sudden death of ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Annie T McClure at Cleveland Ohio She bad been suffering for more than two SHERIFF years past with a nervous trouble and it We aro authorized to announce E II TAYLOR was thought by her physician that bhe as a enndidate for Sheriff of Franklin county would be benefitted by treatment at the at the August election 1880 subject to the action Water Cure at Cleveland and ahe went of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce E 0 HAW there last fall and spent the winter return KINS a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county ing home in the spring apparently very at thoAugust election 1880 subjectto the action much improved in health She returned to of tho Democratic parfy Cleveland but a few weeks ago and her letters led her friends to hope that she would soon be well again and the news of her untimely death fell with crushing effect For the convenience of my patrons I havo re Â¬ ujjon the heart of her widowed mother moved from my old stand near tho Wooden whose idol she was and upon a large circle Bridge to the house recently occupied by Otto on Homes whore J will Kcop constantly on of relatives and friends She was taken band tho with congestion of the brain at 3 oclock Fruit Vegetables Thursday afternoon and died at 81 yester Very The School Law The remains will be brought uiy morning FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE to this citv for interment We call attention to the following extract Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacoo Confecfrom the School Law tioneries tc My old friends and tho public Personal generally are invited to giro mo a cull Dont Sub section 1 of Section 30 proidcs an Miss Willie Morrin is visiting in Cincinnati forget the place Main street ono door oast ol All moneys taxes and vve- follows viz MRS SALLIE BOIIANNAN St Clair and Louisville 3 tf nuea dedicated to the uses of the public Hon Wi 0 Bradley of Lancaster was Buhool of said city of Frankfort shall be I in town yesterday dedicated and set apart in a separate fund SOUTH FRANKFORT KY The School Fund ami the Mr Howard Jett returned last Saturday to be entitled evening from a visit of Treasurer shall keep a seperate account of relative in St Louis Mo several weeks to MRS A L FRANKLIN Principal said fund and the moneys belonging theieto fltria find amnll lnvH Mti Itn tninnlit wltfi K Mr Charley Exum has Instruction in Mutdp which moneys shall no be wed foi othct pur Virginia where he has beenreturned from family of tho Principal studying law jjBiin crenou nnu Merman ny inorouguiy com pvses than the support or conduct of the public for several months potont teachers Terms to auit the time In this city on this city wife of II i ram Berry xiel tho Prices to Suit the Times Tho ladies are respectfully invited to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere 7th inst Mrs Ellks S Sept 13 Sm MRS E S McDONALD SI FALL 1879 ARK TUB Crutcher g2S Starks TAILOBS THKY EJIVLOY MUM I Only I NEW LOCATION First Cass Workmen Have tho Largest Stock of 111 QUALITr STYLE mm mi To chooso from AND PRICES Â¬ ki UNEQUILEO i i Call and See Them LOW - MAW STREET - PRICES BBM Â¬ New Hardware Store OJKNKD HV FAHiL AC ADEMST HALY BROTHERS IN MANSION 1IOIISK BLOCK CO HA OS Ilnrdwaro in Oenernl Paints Oils Doors Sash Shutters Mouldings Mantels Grutes NEXT DOCK TO VRJFFhX Ac CHEAPEST Cull nnd Aug 30tf ta convinced HOUSE IN TOWN HALY BROS Si CO Li3 mmAjLl- m- 6i- - u V WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT OCTOBBlt II 187 TO TRAVELERS v The singing at the Christian Church Inst One of our county magistrates got so drunk Have a large lot of Sunday night by Messrs C C Cline P II on Tuesday that on Tuesday night he fell off WEST Tntss 815 a m Duncan C C Furr and Miss Bcttie Martin of the high stone wall just above the No 4 Leave Frankfort 250 o m No12 Loavo Frankfort of Woodford county and Misa Emma Wooden Bridge ami never knew about it till which cnn bo bought cheap Leavo orders nt E II Taylors llou o Furnishing Store TKAIKS BAST Coleman this city was pronounced excel four oclock Wednesday morning when he street Prompt attention to all orders St Clair 904 a in No 9 Leave Frankfort Respectfully 64lip in lent by all who had the good fortune to awoke and found himself Ivinsr on the No 11 Lcive Frankfort FORBES HOWELL CO Mr S C Bull and Mits Ilallie ground tolerably sore from his bruises A Tho 250 I M train will make oloso oonnec hear it tion as formerly for Cincinnati Todd udded much to the music on Satur Â¬ friend hired a buggy and took him home E P Hit Y AN Avcnt day night and Sunday afternoon An old friend on the South Side informs m The RouNinnouT can always be luul for I Mr Jno Daugherty the famous horse us that there is a large pond in Robertson city will deliver Oood Ice to nnv nnrt nt tfcn at prices as low as the lowest three cents per copv at Barretts News Decontaining bullfrogs that Lexington has formed a copartner- county Tenn pot and at Ben Marshalls Post office News ahoer of ship with Mr F J Wilson well known come out of the water and catch pigs three FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED Depot Give mo a trial R II NICOL here as the best horsc shoer in the city for weeksold pull them into the water drown I He affirms that he has seen Louisville Exposition closes next the purpose of carrying on the blacksmith and eat them The S D They can be found at all this and can prove it He says he saw a Saturday ing business Main street just this middle sized frog weighed and it tipped the Dont fail to attend the temperance meet times at the shop on side the State Arsenal and will give perfect beam at six pounds and that some of the ing at the court houne to night satisfaction in all work they do or make no largest ones look as big as a young baby Office and Aesideuce Mansion House JilocJL St Clair Street and thinks they would weigh ten or twelve Good Templars meet at their hall next charge pounds Thursday evening at 7 oclock Apr 2t3 ly Look out for your property to be adver Messrs John Cochran Co have recentThe Foresters meet at their Court room tised in our next issue for State and county ly erected nt their distillery near this next Wednesday evening at 7 oclock taxes for the year 1879 The Sheriff says city a tram way and elevator by means ot many ask him why dont you make which the barrels are loaded directly on the Mr 0 S Walcutt has a good farm with a great those who owe you a large tax pay up cars from the warehouse without the use n nice new house on it that he will sell For the benefit of those who would ask of a team thereby saving 3000 annually cheap that question he says that two of the largest and greatly decreasing the labor heretofore The Grand Lodge 1 0 G T meets in tax payers in the county and a great many Williumi Muck Smith Frnnkfnrt necessary for such work They are also Louisville next Tuesday and continues in others have paid their taxes but he is not erecting stock pens and will feed a large Would respectfully inform thcoitiions of Frank Those session three da vs He wants all to pay satisfied number of cattle this season By the first fort and vicinity thnt he has opened n Drug Store at tho above plnco where he will keep oon who are advertised will have the cost to of November they will have one of the stantly on Extra fine brands of cigars and tobacco pay hand a full lineof pure He says times are better now than at Mrs Bohanuans store Main street one they were last year and he is going to col- Â¬ most complete establishments in this vicin- Â¬ ity door east of St Clair lect every cent that is collectable The protracted meeting at Stcdmantown TOBACCO CIGARS LOCAL NOTICES C Mrs Sallie Bohannnu has rented and drew a good attendance from FrnUfort the moved her fruit and vegetable store into the See square crown hats for 2 50 at Which ho will sell at prices to suit the times and It closed Tuesday night first of the week solioits ashnre of their patronage Meaghers store room on Main street recently occupied Marshall and after April 28th I8tt trains on tho L It II will lcafo Frankfort daily Sundays excepted as follows On C kL The telegraph office is to be removed to Court day was very large and businese was a room in the Capital Hotel on Ann street A great number of horses were in a short time brisk Wo aro prepared to furnish and lay brick in tho f cle ns Jt offered for sale but prices Were so low that cono jy anybody Wo Mr 0 S Walcutt has just received his will I13 any kind of cnn or stone work on short brick owners declined to sell Only a few head of stock of fall and winter boots and shoes notice and at cattle and sheep were on the market Call and see him The crowd in town last Monday County Brick Brick Brick Lowest Rates a BHICK FOB SALE 4 BENSqNICE 3 1 Â¬ Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon Â¬ Â¬ NEW DRUG STORE R W TILF0RD 4 T-- DRUGGIST -- Drugs Medicines McEwau have received an elegant frtock of furniture this week They bought before the late rise in that line of goods and can a lord to sell cheap Call and see them Whitesides fc by Mr Otto Von Borries as a millinery New Lot Nobby Hats for voting Gent PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED ACCURATELY McCLURE It BROS Mrs B will keep con- Â¬ At establishment i5U Nightbell promptly answered Trv Cut Loaf Tobacco something new stantly on hand a full line of foreign and Ootl2 ly HA FFS domestic fruits vegetables confectioneries and nice to chew at DA Y Elder George Darsie will conduct the meeting of the Christian Temperance Let Union at the court house to night there be a large turnout to hear him and other good speakers Little Miss Addie daughter of Officer John Rape has sent to this oltice a fully matured cotton boll of average size She has raised three stalks this year on which there are fifty one bolls of good cotton staple and fancy groceries cigars tobacco c In addition to these she will keep a first class restaurant where ladies and gentlemen can obtain good warm meals at all hours for a reasonable consideration Dont forget the place and when you want anything in her line call to see her for you may feel sure that you will receive fair treatment and honest measure at her hands See advertisement Mr A C Green of this city and Miss Lizzie daughter of the late Dr Paul Rankin Georgetown were married at the Baptist Church in Georgetown last Tuesday A large Rev Thos P Dudley officiating number of friends were present to vitness the ceremony and to offer congratulations They left on the to the happy couple afternoon train for Cincinnati going from there to Louisville from which place they came to Frankfort arriving here on tho evening train Thursdav Thev are now domiciled at the Capital Hotel where the genial bridegroom is dispensing smiles and kind words with a greater profusion than ever before The strange guests who stop at the Capital Hotel dont know how to ac count for tho excessive politeness of this ac commodating clerk but when informed that he is newly married they give a know Â¬ ing smile and wish that all hotel clerks were newly married Â¬ Â¬ Very fine stock of ladies scissors at Marshall fe Meaghers Boots Shoes Hats Capa New Goods Large Stock at McCLURE BROS Gems of the Ocean The Best Oysters Selects fortv cents per can at Packed DAY A II A FFS Sheet music and music books at Marshall tfc BEST IN THE WORLD JHB JJSSSilfiiiftttlitMkfiik Meaghers There is no complaint among the carpenters of scarcity of work this season but Â¬ wages are too low for the times Truly the laborer is worthy of his hire and ho should receive a better price for his work Buy grocers bags and wrapping paper from Marshall Meagher Wantkd To rent a dwelling house with Apply seven or eight rooms and kitchen at this office In a letter from Lexington Ky received by Miles it Son ordering their Patent flour It comes high but this expression is used Similar expres the people will have it sions nrr received ihiilv from nil nnints Use their I E M and you will never re gret it Â¬ COLUMBIAN E II i t Â¬ TAYLOR SITCCK3SOH TO The lighting of a street lamp near the head of Main street last Sunday night about seven oclock so frightened a mule that he ran away with a wagon to which he was hitched doing serious damage The occupants were two colored persons Pittman and his wife Maria both ol whom were on their way to church in this city Maria was thrown out and striking her head on a atone fructured her skull She lingered till about three oclock Mon day morning when she breathed her last Her husband was injured but to what ex tent we have been unable to learn English and Classioal High School in South Frankfort for Hoys and Youiik Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN SElTKMIIKH pros to continue till tho second Friday in Juno IS8U Hoys prepared for busi ness or for tho higher classes in college I proposo to opon nn Watson to Co your buy Is the Cheapest place STOVES TINWARE House Furnishing Goods Charges Per Term ol Ten Months Â¬ Â¬ For tho Iliuhor Glasses including Latin 00 00 and Greek Languages and Literature 30 00 For all others One third in advance ono third at Christinas and one third May Int 1880 Applications may bo Number limited f 30 left at the Telogrnph or Roundabout office Aug 9 1879 fiur J B TUARV MANTELS GRATES Iron and Tin Hoofing Gntterin frc c JOB WOUK A SPECIALTY 0 i 4 wwpsrs 6 rtJfljjw1jjfeS v V- - r -- - r - something often make matters much worse hose reel io fill the vncnnciea occasioned by CHAMPION SAW -- MILL Brother Tom says the beet way 5b to keep the resignation of John W Wright ami Ed silent but to keep silent is not in my nature Grant ItlSAJLE Councilman Duvall moved thai a settle Â¬ The information they seek of brother Tom Mill Peaks is quite nonsensicol and almost too ridicu- ment between the City and the School Trus trs A Q BattM is quite ill lous to chronicle They want to know why tees be referred to the School Committee he dont let his mustache grow longer or with directions to report upon same Thurs Â¬ Mrs F T Bacon is recovering Manufacturer of and Dtnler in nil Kinds of why he dont shave it oil or if he uses any day night Uth inst and that Councilman Adopted Mrs William Poindexter is very sick thing to make it grow until 1 should think Bryan be ndded to the Committee Flooring Weather Account of W II Snced for services pre Lumber get so sick of their impertinence that The first eleven weeks or the Peaks Mill hed his spleen in remarks of o very sented and ordered paid school have been taught and not a day lost hed vent Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ Chinti for legal Account for Duvall Eve it is He says to me forcible nature Mr Si Pcnn left Tuesday for Indiana good to be of oo much consequence as to be services rendered the city wns presented and c He will engage in shipping grain for lite talked about even if it is only the welfare referred to Finance Committee Councilman Todd offered the following brother of ones mustache that is inquired after HEAVY QRIQGE TIMBERS A SPECIALTY then you know men folks always are resolution which was referred to a Special LQMG There is a voting lady in Peaks Mill But snappy than we feminities and though Committee consisting of Councihnen less vhnse heart is as Heavy as Stone for her Ojjive uuil Sinc MUt in Ihllc Point they may led as mad as fire will present a Church Lttscher and Brvan AVillie has gone to Texas 1 Be it Ordained by the Mayor ajul Board of Oh dont cool and unruliled exterior OXJPOSITJffi Council of the Cihi of h rani fort Mr P FI Duncan delivered a lecture at wish I could be so politic That from and after this dale the oflicc of ycbi tv Jt is hard very hard to keep quiet when Pleasant Hill Church on Thursday night week subject Sunday schools female representatives of City Weigher and Measurer is hereby abtv these male and of last Paul Pry invade the domestic circle and ished and that the following employes of a Mrs F F Ilayilbn was thrown from compen this city shall horse by it becoming frightened hist Tues cause us so much misery and unhappiness sation for theirreceive thevifollowing services What pleasure is to be derived from poking day severely spraining her ankle and other50 per month Clerk of the Board your nose into other peoples cupboard KINDS OF COAL ON HAND wise injuring her 0 per ALL for sal v at Lowest Prices by and if yon have found what they contain Superintendent of Gas and Water Engineer Fire Engine 0 per Mr Quincy Gaines has taken charge ol how much better do you feel or how much month G-Ji MACKLiN month each Day ond Night Police 40 per the mill here and by his energy and satisfaction have von obtained 30 per promptness has already won a great deal What noes this inouisitiveness arise month Fireman of Fire Engine JOHN W KOHANNAN month Is it from ignorance or officiousness of praise from the people from Councilman Bryan ofTcred a resolution re- Â¬ You AT Miss Ilollie Green while riding a young Is there no way to put an end to it may say that the inquisitive folks know no quiring the parties interested in the prosecuand untrained horsc last week was thrown Notaij Public and Examiner Well if that is the case I really tion of an action to enjoin and restrain and severely bruised but not seriously better A Dickinson and others from 0- - OFFICII OVER GES ItOUMAXS OFFICE We hope this will be a lesson to do wish sotnebodvd go and teach them Simmons hurt be monev well expended some of erottng a lottery under what is known as twould A Kkahek venturesome young ladies the money for instance that these same the Stewart Contract to execute to the city nuisances drop into the missionary box each a bond in the sum of 20000 conditioned Belle Point JAtftiS ANDREW SCOTT Sunday with such a consequential air that they will hold the city harmless from I think it is a most despicable trait in any all damages and costs and pay all counsel Referred to best joke of the season is going the one to see him or her the victim of in- fees incurred in said action The Willhcrciiftor practice lnw in nil tie eonrte held is told in sections only quisitive propensities and often wish there Finance Committee rounds here It at Frankfort Kentucky Office ii stairs ovc On motion it was ordered that the Cleric Judge nines otlice were patent medicines compounded for their once a week and just a little bit then-n-It is certainly not neighborly nor be directed not to issue any warrants on the I can recommend this joke Mr Editor as cure In till cusesin tbe County Joint trlj Circuit ami Criminal Court ho will y n special ninuige being worthy of a trip over here to hear Christianlike to seek to know the affairs of Treasurer until Friday 10th inst Sundry accounts were presented exam Â¬ ment have tho tulviuu ntul assistance ot John L though the adoption of its teachings as a others when they desire to have them kept Scott without additional charge Feb 22 v ined and allowed rule might cause a good size row in your strictly private in ones taking upon motion the Board adAnd then Theres a vast difference family an interest in your welfare and in busying journed to meet again Thursday night at 7 Somebody who thinks that somebody themselves with matters of no concern to oclock else needs lecturing sends the following them but they dont seem to see that differclipping to Blue Eyes with request that it ence Ive allowed a friend to read this 1 Calikd Mketino be inserted in the Belle Point column for essay and she says Fuankfout Ky Oct 9th 3879 J What made you especial benefit of some Belle Point people write all this She was never inquisi- Â¬ Present Mayor and all theCouncilmen Who those people are your correspondent tive not she Evb Lawless Minutes of last meeting read and apWilNellnt the very loTrcit figure neither knows nor cares as it may be read proved with profit by every one Biuu Eyes Council Proceedings The Committee on bcnoois reporter in reINQUISITIVE FOLKS lation to the settlement of accounts between Rkoulau Mkkting not the hight of my ambition to be Its the city and the School Trustees it would be Fkankfoht Ivy Oct 7tli 1S70 J settled according to the requirements of city come a dweller in the great and crowded city even if 1 hail the pleasure of residing chatter Present Mayor and all Connctlinen in a palace on Fith avenue by way of com- Â¬ Petition of J M Connor asking to be Reading minutes dispensed with the same pensation but my ambition soars just being approved relieved of second quarters rent for Workhigh euough to wish some of mv country Communication from D W Lindsey re- Â¬ house presented and granted Chinn presented at fiuiuls would imitate the non inquisitive ceived and referred to Special Committee Account of Duvall A little remark with instructions to report at next meeting last meeting was allowed and ordered to be habit- - of their city cousins in the papers I read the other day caused Sundry petitions received and appropri- paid quite a Hood of reflections to come over me ately referred Proposition of Gen D W Lindsey in re The paragraph stated that it was thought City oHicers reports for September received gard to settlement ol Ins claim tor legal ser very unfashionable in the city to know the and appropriately referred vices in certain lottery cases was reported This concerns of your neighbor That seems City ollicers reports for August reported book by the Committee as accepted a most too good news to be true yet back by the Chairman of the committee to gives Gen Lindsey 750 out of installment at the same time I did wish that such a which they were referred as approved and due October loth and S7o0 out of install K kJJ fa hiou was catching and that manv of ordered tiled ment due January 15th 1SS0 and 500 out tno e around me would have such a disease The following is the report of the School of each succeeding installment falling due 8ta KWwMfl tm wr very badly Committee in regard to the lottery grant thereafter until the whole amount 5000 M Uti V Tfieee inquisitive people are blessed with fc The Committee on Schools have had has been paid - - -ffty - - tSPt vr - w rj no politeness and their questions are often under consideration the lottery grant to this Councilman Duvall oflered the following woi7issor KJ itj times savored with downright rudeness city and are of the opinion that it is the resolution which wns adopted They want to know all about my own uer ldutv of this Council to invest all monevs Wimiias The Deposit Bank of Frank Â¬ sounl and private affairs Assmnin that received from said crant above expenses fort has agreed with thelMuvor and Fi l am a writer for the preps thev think I for the sole use and benefit of the Frankfort nance Committee to allow the Treasuter to have no rights ol privacv and seclusion City School overdraw his account in said bank upon the The Committee therefore recommend condition that this Council will pay interest xix ways and tnougts ana tastes and asso ciations all are subjects of their scrutiny the adoption of the following ordinance on the amount at the rate of eight per cent and remarks H I Todd Chairman If 1 go down to the pot per annum therefore be it yflice to deposit my mail they want to Jiesoloed That this agreement be ap A Duvvii know what it is 1 am sending awav and if proved and ratified R C Caukoii Committee Councilman Duvall moved that the Firecoiuu bundle of letters then they want know from whence each one came by the Mayor and Board of nance Committee be directed to confer with to Be it ordained Ior Informnilon In regard to rlc mul tltnp rtilre If I make a lew presents to my friends at Council of the City of Frankfort Gen John Rodman in regard to his claim t C I ATIKIKU tirnl Ingur A Tlrlit Agt toulitllli Ky the holiday season these very same friends That the Clerk of the Council be and is against the city and report at next meeting want to know how much 1 mid for the irifts hereby directed to issue his warrant on the Councilman Church was added to the Com- Â¬ joi ami I almost retolve that the next tokens of treasurer in favor of the Chairman of the mittee and the motion wns adopted my esteem will be in the shape of a book Board of Trustees of the City School for Petition of Meek A Ferguson in refer on etiquette to tench them manners the interest computed at the rate of six per ence to renting 00 feet of Market House for These same people pester brother Tom a8 cent per annum on the first day of Janu machine shop was presented and referred to FOUNDRY much as they do me but he just nods his ary and July of each year upon all moneys Market House Committee with power to 10S Vine Street Cincinnati 0io JLiead in o most provoking manner ond he received from the lottery grant Adopted act ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON hushes them up for a while I cant tq so Some other minor business was transacted II K Strange and Ed Parker were Tho Typi on which this paper Is printed la from 1 must say something and by saying that nlnoliul ilrivurj w ttt dotim firrt nnninn ninl and the Board adjourned ww wv vvvv vwU nui tin above FoinulryKi 0w WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ POINT KY W L PENCE Â¬ gles c FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COAL COAL Â¬ ATTORIVEY LAW Â¬ AxxoraiwiiiY act 1 law n Â¬ Â¬ W J CHINK O ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ Â¬ FOH A SH Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - -- -- v- Â¬ -fiiM Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TYPE -- tivjjiisr - vt - -- spyriT-vf - f tfffrf W