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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f Tte LEWIS Publishers Weekly Roundabotit DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS I7 BUCKLEY PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi Tho FRANKFORT KY OCTOBER 18 1879 Number 4 TENDER BEEP bostplacotobuy Beef Mutton And Pork Tli ere are three cases of typhoid fever on The children of the Baptists Sunday Wapping street supposed to be caused by the school are picnicing to day on Taylorss Hill present state of the water in the river The steam fire engine has been overhauled una wcck Jeffers Cain lueeit a rerguson uia me joo V BERBERICH JLQVCllBJlt TilOlT all kinds of IS AT FRESH MEAT f J M- - STEPHENS I St Clair St Near Wooden Bridge MILCH COWS FOR SALE I have ton good Milch Cows five of which arc fresh which I wilL soil cheap lor cash OL U JOHN KIERNAN FOE RENT Two Brick Houses ApOn Corner of St Clair and Clinton Streets ply to MRS MoKEE or at 0 S WALOUTTS Â¬ STORK W H A 7ERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Music and Musical Goods LftRGEST BESTASSURTMENT 1H THE CITY Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Banjo e A full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ ways on hand Orders for Sheet music solicited Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Publishers Prices New Music reooived monthly- The Methodist Church was well filled Wednesday afternoon with the friends and relatives of the contracting parties to witness the marriage of Mr Albert G JefTers and Miss Ollie Cain which took place at one and a half oclock on that day Promptly on time the couple entered the Church preceded by the ushers Messrs Robert B Franklin and Emmet T Quin on the right aisle and Messrs B L Bryant of Versailles and Ben H McEwan on the left When they reached the altar the ushers crossed over and took position on the right and left while the bride and groom passed between them and halted immediately in front of the officiating minister Rev Dr C W Miller who stood ready to receive them The Doctor then in his most impressive stvle proceeded to make them man and wife after which the bridal party repaired to the residence of the brides father and remained until the 240 train arrived when they left for a few days visit to Louisville The bride looked unusually sweet in a garnet colored silk and velvet dress with hat to match The Church was darkened from without and brilliantly illuminated from within and the music was sweet and elegantly executed by Mrs John W Rodman and everything went merry as a marriage bell A difficulty occurred in Ilardinsville Shelby county Thursday afternoon between James Bright and Alfred Bently in which Bright was shqt four times and now lies in a critical conditioivthe chances being very much against hisrrecovery It seems there had been a grudge existing between the parties ever since our fair in September and Bently vas a part owner of the building in which Bright kept a bar room which was becoming such a nuisance that steps were taken to eject him from the premises Bently having applied that morn ing to a magistrate for a writ of ejectment In going to his work in the afternoon Bently had to pass Brights door and when Bright saw him came out with a pistol in his hand aud commenced curing and abus Bently moved down the street ing him warning Bright not to follow him but he kept advancing until Bently dtew his pistol and turned on him both firing at the same time Bnglit was drinking and fired wide of his mark but every shot of Realtys took effect Brightwas shot in the hand in the side in the back of the head and one ball entered the mouth just above the mustache on the left side of tho nose and lodged in thO neck which is the most dangerous of the four wounds Bently was arrested and heldju ope hundred dollars boudand will jiave lpp examining trial to day when it is thought he will be acquitted as it was a clear case of self defense Â¬ Â¬ Sale Murphy The announcement ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY BEST PLACE P V Gray Gos In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at -- Who havojust recoived a mammoth stook of Which they olfor at prices to suit everybody CHOICE GROCERIES STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES They keep none but the very best aud guarantee every aruolo to bo just as represented and Fuu Wrioht in every instance A full lino of CVrsTN3SU And everything 0 OODS Wooden and Stone Ware grocery Si Cryour usually kopt in a first class 80 of contTeaand choioe brands CollVo B jin st Fresh Oysters always on hand 15 tf Willard Proprietor Hotel R C STEELE WM INGRAM Clork Caterer Oipt JAMBS BURK 0 or Ooiiter and Jefferson Bts Louisville In assuming the innnagoment of tho Willard Hotel the present proprietor will use every effort to contribute to the comfort of his guests nnd sustain tho reputation this well known establish Â¬ ment has ao long onjuyed Good beds conven Â¬ ient sample room for commercial men nnd Ihst class table Tlie patronage of thopublio is so Â¬ licited Job Wort Neatly enfced at tills Office Exe1 of the mnrnnse of Mr II Clay Sale of Louisville and Miss Jennie Murphy of this city drew a large crowd to the Baptist Church at 12 oclock TO ORDER IN ALL THE The Church had been noon Thursday handsomely decorated with flowers the pulpit was filled from floor to ceiling with plants and pot flowers and hanging baskets AND AT were suspended on each side The reading desk was removed and in its place was a stand bearinga beautiful design of flowers representing a bow and arrow with the Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 6m arrow piercing a heart Suspended above the altar was a horse ahoe of white flowers an emblem of good luck with the letters AND lM S entwined within it The gentlemanly ushers Messrs Jas Cr Dudley jr Thos Macklin Lewis Craig I have opened an elegant room up stairs over John Milam Sam D Johnson of this city my Confectionery whero Indies can always get a and Nathan Quillin of Georgetown were nice lunch on short notioo at low figures My attentive and polite finding seats for as Ice Cream is always fresh and of the many as could be accommodated and in every possible way administered to the LEWIS WEITZEL Give mo a call comfort of the audience As the city clock pealed the hour of high noon the bridal party arrived and entered On the the Church in the following order Having had a number of years experience at tho business I offer my services to the citizens of left came Messrs Craig and Milam ushers Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell followed by Miss Theresa Beriyman of stook on tho street household good or do pen Versailles and Miss Annie Steele of Louis- oral farm nucti6neering Orders left at the storo of Mr V Berberich or the Han- Â¬ ville Miss J osie Murphy of this city and Miss cock will receive prompt stable of Dan Charges attention Mary Lemon of Georgetown On the right moderate J J PETERSON 39 tf came Messrs Johnson and Quillin ushers followed by Messrs Hardy Collins Charles Long Henley Middleton and Al Dick all of Louisville and they by Messrs MackIN lin and Dudley ushers After these had Neck Chains Lockets Jewelry and reached the altar crossed over and taken Bracelets Shawl Pins Baby their positions the bride and groom elect Pins Etc Etc Etc entered the Church at the right door and Ca seWatehes Gold proceeded to the altar where the otliciating v Dr J M Lewis stood ready minister He Perfect silence reigned to receive them Triple fitting save ihe sweet subdued tones of the organ as the Doctor in his best and most graceful Sent on -- elecion to anv address OTIS V SNYDER ntyle made the oung couple man and wife ManufaoturingJewoler Louisville Ky The ceremony was beautilul and impressive And Praneh Storo Uppor St- - Lexington Ky aud filled all present with the solemnity of out j 7h 1 v the occasion After the benediction the party left the SIDNEY FRENCH by the left aisle and taking carri Church ages repaired to the residence of the brides FRANKFORT KENTUCKY mother where an elegant repast was spiead l Will icive diligent attention to any legal busi only the attendants aud a limited number ness entrusted to him of friends and relatives being present Office en Main Street Mansion House HhvA The happy couple took their departure on the 240 train for their futuie home in Louisville carrying with them the wishes of a host of friends for their future piosperity Mm and happiness The bride was arrayed in an elegant Porsons dtelring PUKE CRYSTAL IfK can trimmed with natural tlow- - got it hv calling at my residence on Moro Ptnor brocaded satin rnt Uo rosidenoo ot Captain Suntord Goin T ft era and real lace covered Uy a bridal veil m UOw delivoring ice to nil pnrfs of the pity ornamented with natural flowers PHILIP H GOIN Fall and Winter Suits LATEST STALES Lowest Prices Ladies Restaurant Ice Cream Saloon VERY BEST QUALITY ATJOTIOTBEKIlTa Â¬ GREEN LEAVES- - v gSFSWt K Â¬ m mm flli ft It A1K Â¬ ATTORNEY AT HAW Â¬ Â¬ IU a IU jppPIPmiiiiJUiiiW wiiMiiwijuiiiiiwgiywJW WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OtAUDKUUOKISY J Dr C Mr B Chinn has gone fo New York -- KO AlCKUEY LEWIS k A LEWIS Editors ffitsa d 3FaToli33er TERMS The WuKKiiY Roundabout is published every Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 5n conts three months 25 conts Money may bo sent by post offlco money order or registered lottor at ourjrisk IgT Noticea of Marriages Births and Deaths insertod frco of charge Obituary notices will bo oliafgod for at our regular advertising rates In Bello Point on thoJICthWt to the wife of i Laban Kiddell of Estill county is Jaraps Andrew ScetlA daughter vipifinghis couBin Mr W O Riddell this In Shelby county September 30th to the wife Largest Choicest Cheapest city of Henry Qrumbaugb a son Liikk P Black mock ever brought to this IIUHN Tom Stewart Esq of the Clark County Democrat looked in on us Wednesday after- Â¬ To buyers of MABB1ED - for his heaUh BORN F V SirnmrnwA r ULUliLllNtt JBUUM and Best Market noon FRANKFORT OCTOBER 18 1879 Â¬ Co have the conMessrs John Gault tract for repairing the bridge over the mouth of Benson and are pushing the work The old timbers of the forward with awill were entirely too light in the floor which first place are being removed and heavier ones put in and when completed it will be much more substantial than when first built They expect to complete the work to day Sidney French of this city was elected Grand Worthy Counselor of the State of Kentucky by the Grand Lodge of Good Templars in session at Louisville this week This is a well merited compliment to an earnest worker in the cause of temperance and we know that Sid will give n good account of himself during the coming year We hope next fall to see him promoted to Grand Worthy Chief Templar Mr Mrs J F Lewis and son Master Sneed have been in the city this week visiting relatives The smiling face of Judge J M Posey of Lawrenceburg was seen on our streets Wednesday Mrs R B Lewis of Flint Hill Missouri is visiting her brother Mr Frank Chinn South Side Mrs John A Willis of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mrs Geo W Miller South Side Mrs John It Prentiss of Owen county is visiting at her fathers Mr John Cains South Side Mr John J Hampton of Lexington is visiting his sister Mrs Dr Wm Morris this county Miss Nellie Jilson of Racine Wisconsin is the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Jib Â¬ At tho Methodist Church in this city on Wed Â¬ nesday Oetobor 15th by Rev C W Millor D D Mr William II Barnes and Miss Lizzik Well mndo First Class Clothing Stylitih and Shrunk inspection we McDonald invito At tho Capital Hotel in this city on Tuesday October 16th by Rev J V Pugh Mr J C Thompson and Miss Frankik James all of Lawrenceburg Ky In this city on tho 12th inst by Elder George Darsio Mr F II Moohk and Miss Laurinim OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT New and Ndbhy FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Never more completo and supplied with Is up with tho times nil thats Urkwkr At tho Christian Church Lawrenceburg on Wednesday tho 16th inst by Iter TN DD Arnold Mr Raleigh D Armstrong and Miss Mollik Towles all of this county ALL THE NOVELTIES CRUTCHER OBITUARY Dibd At Cleveland Ohio on Friday Ooto bcr lQth Miss Annib T McClukk in tho 23d year of her ago Tho family circle baa again boon broken the second time in ono short year and this time Annik has been olnimcd almost paralysing us in tho suddenness of tho announcement Tho first intimation that camo over the wires was Annie died at 8 oclock away from homo with no lov ing brothers or sisters by so eager to soothe and comfort her away from tho widowed mother to whom she scorned as tho one Iamb loft to her iu the fold so hopefully waiting and watching for hor loved ono to roturn rostorod to health anil just as hor hopes wore brightest wore they ghat terod and trailed in the dust Annies sharo ol pain was vory great so groat that she welcomed death yes longod for it as a sweet relief fron suffering and wo can but rejoice for her fake that sho is now where God shall wipo away all tears from thoir eyes and there shall bo no more death neither sorrow nor crying neither shall Wo could not wish there bo any more pain her back as far as sho herself is concerned only because of the void in tho aching hearts that loved her so well A beautiful dream she had the night before she died tho following lines in a measure describo Angel forms arc oer ma bending Angela wait besido tho door And I hear sweet voices blending Over on tho other shoro I ntn done with care and sorrow Soon in fadeless fields Ill roam Cease your weeping dearest mother I am only going home MAIN STREET NEW LOCATION STARES son this city For tho convenience of mv Tatrnn T hum re moved from my old stnnd noar tho Wooden imago to mo nonee recently occupied by Otto Von Borries where I will keep constantly on hand the Â¬ Mr S C Black Col porter of the Amer ican Bible Society ended his canvass of Franklin county the present week with the following report 242 sold 97 40 Value of books sold 328 Number of books donated 87 65 Value of books donated This is the only canvass of the county made in the pastfour years It was accom plishtd in just two months Mr Black has done his work well and deserves great credit for it The cause of religion and morality in the county will be greatly bene- Â¬ fitted by it Years of blessing will follow this thorough distribution of the living Word of God Families visited Families found destitute Destitute families supplied Destitute individuals supplied Number of Bibles and Testaments 1247 227 215 113 Miss Willie Morris who has been visiting friends in Louisville returned home Tuesday afternoon Misses Belle and Kate Sanders returned Wednesday afternoon from a visit to friends in Owen county Judge L Hord left for Quinoy 111 Monday afternoon to attend a river improvement convention Mrs Mattie A Kelley of Hopkinsville is visiting the family of her brother Mr R K McClure this city Rev Dr Cad Lewis who has been spend- Â¬ ing several months in Virginia returned home Thursday afternoon Misses Mattie R and Wallie Knott of Louisville have been visiting relatives and friends in the city this week Mr George C Watson and family who have been spending the summer in the North west returned home last Saturday Â¬ Â¬ Very kt Fruits levies STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Confec tioneries Ac My old JncncJs and the public generally arc invited to giro tuo a call Dont lorgct tne place Main street ono door east of St Clair MRS SALLIE BOIIANNAN 3 tf FOR SALE SOUTH FRANKFORT K REAL ESTATE Two Cottagres on Murray street juoi wjxizu ic JKents now net 11 ftlrs J J Morton has been invited to read a poem before the Franklin county Teachers Institute at its next meeting iii this city Messrs Sidnev French Claude Bucklev and Harry Buckley have been in attendance on the Grand Lodge 1 0 G T at Louis ville this week Alice Pollock of JefTersonville Indiana who has just graduated with the highest honors is on a visit to friends on the South Side Miss ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT JUDGE per cent One Lot 100x60 ft corner Second Logan and Norton streets One handsomely sitnatcd Lot 160x 120 ft fronting river and tunnel One Lot 200 ft on Second street i mining iiuch on jnurmy street to and fronting the river about ono and a half acres The nbovo named property will bo sold at n bargain with a rniBonablo cash payment and long timofor deferred payments i Wearo authorized to announce JOHN J ORR Democratic candidate for Finney of Kansas Citv Mo who of Owen county as a Court Mrs of tho Eloventh Ju Judge of the Circuit Personal has been visiting her daughter Mrs Clins dicial District subject to the action of tho Dcm L Graham South Side left for her home ocratio Party Miss Willie Duvall is visiting Miss Minna last Monday morning SHERIFF lyOgan Louisville Miss Lucv Tavlor who has been victim xr Miss Annie Steele Louisville is visiting iiiwr Bitut r iura t v vv tiT tt ti u Iliyimntl ID Wo are authorized to announce E II TAYLOR in this city this citv returned to her home in Bourbon as n candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county iriends at tho August olection 1880 subject to the action Mr J M Kipy of Lawrenceburg was in county Wednesday morning of the Democratic party the city Wednesday Mrs M II Malon of Clarksvillc Ten Wo are authorized to announce E 0 HAW Â¬ Mr Tim Grillin has been rusticating at nessee who has been visiting relatives in KINS a candidate for Shoriff of Franklin oounty Lexington and this city the past month tit tho August election 1880 subject to the notion North Benson this week returned home Thursday morning of the Deinooratio party Judge I it limes is visiting his home in Mrs Margaret Frost of Lexington who Bowling Green this week has been visiting the family of Col P Mii s Florence Mitchell left for her home Howard Smith this citv left for Louisvillf in Louisville Monday afternoon Monday afternoon to visit friends in that Taken up ns a stray by tho undersigned Juno city 1st 1879 ono ROAN COW about six years old Miss Maggie Tinsley of Lawrenceburg Dr R W Wilhoit and wife returned dry The owner can have bis proporty by call Â¬ was in the city on a visit Tuesday home last week from a visit of two months ing paying for this notice and paying charged A D DROWN Mrs J J Brooks of Richmond is visit- Â¬ to friends in Missouri We are glad to ing her fathers family in this city learn that the doctor is somewhat improved Miranda Gorham is visiting her in health Mrs hififer Mrs John Gaines in Mt Sterling Rev Dr J M Lewis Misses Maggie Persons desiring a choice urticlo of Lecompte Hettie Rodman mil Saljie 7 Mr Harlan Hatchitt has leen visit- Â¬ Smith represented the Baptist Sunday- I ing friendu in Bracken countv thid week ncliool in this city nt the Baptist State Can cnl It lv Inniinr Mmlr nrilor TONPR a i i u r Mr Ben H McEwan rerun el Tuesday ouiiuiiyauuuoii ijouveuuon in Louisville COMPT0JfS Flour Store on Broadway I altei noon from a weeks visit to Cincinnati this week Aug 30 0m Â¬ J G DUDLEY BRO New Bonnets Hew Hats I have just received a large and complete stook of MiHiiiery Goods Consisting of Bonnets Hots Feathers riowors Rihbons Ac which I offer to the ladies of Frnnk fort and vicinity at Prices to Suit the Times my stock botoro purchasing oNewhcro oumi ii ira mm5 a iwcoonald Tho ladies are recncoifnllv invltml i- - E S TJR A Y t New Hardware Store OPKNKI BY HALY BROTHERS IN MANSION H008B BLOCK CO WATER MILL FLOUR JVJSXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS Water Mill Flour Hardware in General Pulton nna t Sash Shutters Mouldlnga Mantels Crates o CHEABESr HOUSE IN TnWM Call and bo convinced Aujj 30 If HAXY BRUB i 3 uaUMHWIill WEEKLY R0UN3 ABOUT FRANKFORT 0CT0BBRl8f W9 Circuit Court tnecls Monday shooting gallery ia now one of the attractions of Main street A Four weddings this week and many more eoula anxious to be made Imppy The bridge across the mouth of Benson was closed for repairs Tuesday morning Dont forget the meeting of the Royal Templars next Thursday evening at 7 oclock speaking at the meeting of the Christian Temperance Union to night at the court house Good Mr Darsie preaches to morrow night on the question What must I do to be lost All arc invited The store room on Main street formerly occupied by Dr J M Mills as a drug store is being refitted and repaired Lindsays Silver Star ConcertTroupe of col ored performers from Lexington will give an exhibition at Major Hall next Monday night the 2 Jth inst lady friend who has had much expc taxes Tor the year 1879 has been postponed rience in raising fowls informs us that a few Until after the meeting of the Circuit Court drops of corbolic acid fed to chickens in a Wo arp prepared to furnish and lay brick In tho little dough will prevent chicken cholera wjill aa ohoap ns It oan bo done by anybody Wo Old probs told us a week ago that we and will nlso cure the very worst cases in a will do ony kind of brick or stono work on short notlco and at would have cooler weather but still ice water verv short time is at a premium and overcoats are not to be The many friends of Dr J M Mills in thought of Have a largo lot of this city will be greatly pained to learn that Cards are out for the marriage of Mr he met with a severe accident on Sunday Brent Moore formerly of this city and the oth inst whereby he will be lnmed for which enn bo bought cheap Lcnvo orders at E The life and probably lose one of his limbs II Taylors Houho Furnishing Store St Clair Miss Ella Colston of Louisville interesting event will take place next Thurs A drouth prevailing near Shelbyville Illi- Â¬ street Prompt attontion to all orders Respect Fully day 23d inst nois where he lives had caused a great FORBES HOWELL CO Insti many of the wells and cisterns to go dry and The officers of the Feeble minded tute sent to our office last Tuesday a half the nearest water to the drug store in which bushel of fine eweet potatoes that averaged he was employed was a well in the rear of I four pounds in weight They were splendid a new building and in order to reach it a city will deliver Good Ico to any part of the at prices as low as the lowest person had to walk a narrow strip of plank and we enjoyed them immensely and now laid on the sleepers of the first floor The FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED return our thanks for the same Doctor took a bucket and went to this well Give mo a trial It II NICOL nearly and was returning with water when the Some good angel when we were S smothered with heat InBt Saturday was plank broke under him precipitating him D kind enough to send us a small freezer of into a brick sewer at the bottom of a deep icecream It was enjoyed immensely by cellar breaking both bones of the right leg all hands and unanimously pronounced the just below the knee joint and splitting the Office and Residence Mansion House Block St Clair Street We return larger bone into the joint Fortunately best they had ever tasted FRANKFORT KY thanks to the unknown friend and assure several gentlemen among them a physician Apr26 ly her it was fully appreciated saw him fall and he was immediately taken out and his injuries cared for He was Major E II Smith formerly of this city doing as well as he possibly could under the died at his home near Talladega Alabama circumstances when last heard from Although he had been a Friday The ale of property for State and county A Brick Brick Brick Lowest Rates BHIOK FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ BENSON ICE F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon last r jTas OHern a brakeman on the freight sufferer from consumption for several years train in coupling cars at the stock pen in his death was a great shock to his many Belle Point Monday morning had one of friends and relatives in this city His re- Â¬ mains reached here Monday morning and liis hands badly mashed were interred in our beautiful city of the Judge Thos F Hargis arrived in the city dead Wednesday and sat on the Bench of the Last Tuesday morning Col I N Crutcher Court of Appeals in the absence of Judge wife and Mrs D C Crutcher with little Uinea at Bowling Green Delma started to the country in a spring resigned wagon and m passing up Main street Esquire William A Smoot has liis position as Magintratt in the Bald Knob the wheels dropped into a hole in front of district and the Governor lias appointed Mr J M Todds grocery the lurch overturning the back seat and throwing Mrs Mr L B Witt his successor D C Crutcher and little Delma out Mrs Work was commenced on the new dis- Crutcher was badly bruised and had a tillery below the lock last week and on dress ruined by the mud but Delma was last Saturday evening Col E H Taylor unhurt jr paid G2o to the laboring men of FrankA convict made his escape from the fort for one weeks work South building in course of erection on Elder T N Arnold has been conducting Market street Thursday morning It seems a protracted meeting at the Pea Ridge that a discharged convict placed some School house in this county the paHt two citizens clothes in the cellar of the building weeks and has had thirteen additions to and watching his opportunity the escaped the Christian Church so far convict went down apparently to discharge some duties connected with the building Mr Mavatta the leasee of Mr Jctts donned the clothes came up walked cooly South Side livery stable will have a fine by the guards and going through Macklins lot of Middle and harness horses now coal yard was off in a hurry The alarm bugLie carriaces c next week If you was given in five minutes after the escape want good and stylish turnouts at low and hot pursuit given but he was not re rates give him a call captured until Wednesday morning near the mouth of Elkhorn by Mr Will Pickett Mr J Russell Hawkins jr of this one of the Guards county in the lust two weeks lost two very interesting children with a malignant type The Kentucky Eclectic Institute of diphtheria only six days intervening be This nourishing institution now under Mr Hawkins and tween their deaths wife have the sympathy of the entiie com- the charge of Prof W E Plumley was visited yesterday afternoon by the Superin munity in which they live tendent of Public Instruction Prof Jos D A country boy about fifteen yearRof age Pickett and Col J Stoddard Johnston ac came to town Monday and imbibed freely companied by several other prominent of stagger juico until ho felt in a fighting friends of the institution All were pleas Â¬ humor when he tackled one of our town antly welcomed by the Principal and stu boys who was quietly passing by for a dents after which Messrs Pickett and fight and before he knew it his head was Johnston delivered appropriate addresses on cut with a rock his shirt bloody and dirty the subject of education signalizing thei and his beauty spoiled generally Next well known devotion to the good cause and time he cornea to town he will probably leave giving the echoluie a great deal of good hie fighting clothes at home advice- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOCAL NOTICES Zephyr all shades single and split at 10 cents an ounce atGnfhn Bros Throughout the world Favorite Stoves are known to be the best Use Favorite Stoves and be happy John T Buckley Agent St Clair street Best Calico at 7 cents at Griflin Bros Favorite Stoves are without question the finest and best cooking Ptoves in the world Everv stove is sold with a written guarantee to have no equal in economy durability convenience and beauty To avoid being deceived by imitations call and examine them at John T Buckleys New Lot Nobby Hats for voung Gents McCLURE At BROS Canton Flannel and Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros Very fine stock of ladies scissors at Marshall fc Meaghers New Goods Boots Shoes Hats Cap Large Stock at McCLURE BROS Full line of Gennantown Yarn at Griffin Bros Goods NEW DRUG- STORE R W TILFORD DRUGGIST WiViViwm Block South Frankfort Would respectfully inform thcoitixene of Frank fort and vicinity that he has opened a Drug Store at tho above plnce where he will keep con stantly on band a full line of pure Â¬ Drugs Medicines TOBACCO CIGARS C ACCURATELY Whiohho will soli at prices to suit the times and solicits a share of their patronage PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED 0ctl2 5U Nightboll promptly answered ly BEST IN THE WORLD The cheapest place in town to buy Dry Notions etc is at Griffin Bros Mansion House Block St Clair street two doors from Main Wanted To rent a dwelling house with seven or eight rooms and kitchen Apph at this office In a letter from Lexington Ky received Son ordering their Patent flour by Miles It comes high but this expression is used will have it Similar expres the people received daily from all points sions are Use their J E M and you will never re gret it Â¬ COLUMBIAN E H Â¬ TAYLOR 81JCCE3SOK TO I proposo to opon an English and Classical High School In South Frankfort for Buys and YounR Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN SElTEMtiEIlprox to continue till tho second Friday in Juno 1380 Boys prepared for busi- Â¬ ness or for tho highor clashes in college Charges Per Term ot Watson to Co your Is the Cheapest place buy 9 STOVES T1NWAKE Th Months House Furnishing Goods i Vtf For tho Higher Classes inoluding Latin 00 00 and Grock Languages and Literature 50 00 For all others Ono third in advance ono third at Christinas and one third May 1st 1880 Mtmber limited to 30 Applications may be loft at the Telegraph or Roundabout office MANTELS GRATES m Iron audTin Hoofing Aug0 1879 601 J B THARP Guttering c JOB WORK A SPECIALTY wwniimiwjiiuwiiminwi w flmwtnmwimim vtsynw and should be hold to account just should he intlnming his body with poinnned CHAMPION SAW -- MILL ncidly Jl he ie not people will hhv draughts even to excels whilst another that the punishment for the violation of wants the very necessaries of life the ex Â¬ A young man named Wm Young from our laws depends altogether upon who is penses of which if properly applied would support the languishing nnd revive the Alton Anderson county wna in town the guilty one That the niison is crowded is no excuse health of those who are minting for waul of L Thursday and ns usual got drunk A for working the prisoners contrary to law means to procure food But when the Manufacturer of nnd Denier in nil Kinds of ludy liuppcned to puss him on Market The lcsce has as much right to turn them man who indulges in intemperance and Besides he knew the con- drunkenness is poor whose income is but street when he caught and held her in hia loose nt once Flooring Weather arms handling her person in a very insult dition of the prison at the time he contracted just enough with frugality to support him- - Lumber with the State and from the way he en mm nm iamny ins g uni is uouuiy wna arrested immediately ingmnnner He prosecuted his claim against it it would aggrevnted for then whilst he is gratifying Boarding Laths Shin anil it cost him fifteen dollars before he seem that an increne of prisoners would himself and rejoicing in his cup he is break fellow should bring a corresponding increase of merriment ing through the tetidercst ties of nature Thid could leave town c Somebody whose business it is to do so he is stripping his children of that which is himself fortunate that he was allowed think should look into the matter and relieve the necessary to clothe them from the cold he LDHB HEAVY BRIDGE TIMBERS A SFEGIALTT to leave at all with a whole skin already almost starving laboring men of is snatching the bread from the month of Here in another his little ones ready to famish for the want OJJhe uud Suo Mil in JUUe Foiul As will be seen by reference to the col- Â¬ Frankfort and vicinity opportuniiy for the noble humanitarian and of food and making a good wife sutler to umn of announcements in this paper Hon the head of our State government to dis extremity for his sensuality and by its in Â¬ OJPJPOfcJITJHS Fib 1 tv John J Orr of Owen county is announced tinguish himself as thelriend of the poor dulgence we become incapable of knowing County Attorney God in his word or work here or of enjoy Â¬ for the office of Circuit and oppressed The as a candidate Judge of this the eleventh judicial district has here presented to him a chanee to show ing him hereafter I Flee not only the train of present evils his gratitude to his humble constituents Mr Orr is well known to many of our IV which intemperance drawn after i but the citizens and needs no word of commenda wages of this shameful iniquity in the eter on Kinds of A nal world are revealed in Scripture to alarm tion from us but to those who are unac- Â¬ fovenle at Lowest Price by the conscience and give ns full conviction G B MACK LIN quainted with him we would say that he is Frankfort Ky Oct 14th1879 of this common sin Let us then be tem- Â¬ gentleman of ability having been practic- Â¬ Editors Roundabout a perate nnd persevere in an inviolable regard JOHN W 1S01IANNAN Diak Sins Allow me through the col- Â¬ to sobriety and total nbstenniice upon which ing law for overtwenty years and if elected will no doubt serve the people faithfully umns of your paper to call the attention of our safety and so much depends certain parties to the following city law HH and satisfactorily Notary Public and Eaaminei Any person who shall in any street within the city run race or gallop a horse OFFICE OVEli OEXR 0131 AXH OFFICE The Second Annual uonvention 01 tne mule or ass What it Means Ken- Young Mens Christian Associations or permit the same to be done shall be fined FRANKFORT Kirkmnn The great mathematician tiicky 4ill be held in Danville 0etober 30th for each offense ten dollars translates into plain English the definition I saved the life of n little boy this even JAMES ANDREW SC01T Keduced rates on all the to November 2d evolution as follows Evolution is a if I of secured and all who ing atJhc peril of mv own life and change from a nohowish nntulknboutable railroads have been LATK ever have this to do again it will cost some alia likeness to a somehowish and ingeneral may attend are assured of a cordial welcome body something A Citixux Will hereafter practice law in all tbeuourU held i tulknboutuble not allalikeness by continuous at Frnnklort Kentucky Office up Entertainment will be furnished by the Btuirove7 eometliingelseification and bticktogether- - Judge James office A Card Danville than whom there are citizens of ations IJe wise and pay your State nnd In nil cises in the County Quarterly Circuit no more hospitable people in the State Editor Roundabout county taxes for 1879 before November 1st nnd Urinnnal Uourlf be will by n special arrniige inontbave tbe ud vice anil 9gistunceof John L The following is the programme of topics Will you please give the following item Fel 22 ly There is no time to be lost when a Scott without additional charge a place in your pnper and business cough attacks one in adopting means of To fill our orders for yarns we have Organization been obliged to run our mills until 930 prevention against consumption and bron Â¬ Incident in our work during the past year A cough may with perfect truth PM Part of our help are colored boys chitis JVeleome Meeting live on thepike above the arsenal be termed the incipient stage of those dewho PKALRR 13 The International work As they go home from work they are structive maladies and it is the height of statj wpitK nightly set upon and beaten by the following folly to disregard it Jf neglected it will assuredly culminate in some dangerous Keport of Executive Committee white bovs who live in Crawfish Bottom pulmonary affection but if DkWm ITaii s The importance of visitation between Willie Sehnieder Burt Kincaid Willie lut the very lowest figures Balsam rou the Lungs be used the com- Â¬ Associations las Kincaid rrank Kosen plaint is speedily vanquished and all dan Tom Irvin The necessity for a Stale Secretary Billy Rosen There ia no pulmonic ger averted Willie Branson Ed Jones tiik ririD Sold by comparable to this great specific George Brown Among Boys Hughes Chiles Druggists Should tUey still persist in this unlawful In Educational Institutions conduct the services of the Sheriff will be Among Germans Advertisement t called to ttop it f Among Railroad Men To All Whom It May Concern Respectfully Among Commercial Travelers D D SPENCE Among Colored People After the Circuit Court had decided the Superintendent of Kentucky River Mills In Small Towns case of the Frankfort Colored llaptisl Tin wrjuic Church in favor of the majoritv the minor FitANKPOKT Ivy Oct loth 1879 ity in order to take the case to the Court of The importance of- a General Secretary Editor Roundabout Appealo had to advance 08 49 aa securiand his work Could every durnkard ore ho sits to dine When the case wna reversed ty for costs The importance of an Executive Secre Feel in Ins head the dizzy fumes of wine No more would Bacchus chain the willing soul by the Court of Appeals on the 30th of tary and his work But loathing horror shun the poisoned bowl March 1876 an order was made that the of an Association Bible The importance cost should be paid out of the old Church how to conduct it Class and How many a voung man whose future The importance of Classes forTraining in was full of brilliant pride has been ruined funds 1000 held by the Treasurer Tab the Christian work by excessive drinking More than most peo ley Smith and the balance divided between Nature of the Intellectual work of the ple are aware of Perhaps the cause of his the two factions according to membership Association and how to conduct it misfortune may be known only to his own Tabley Smith and the Clerk John Thomas How to push the Social work Of the As- immediate friends for there are drunkards now deny that such an order was made and sociation whose pride keeps them from making any refuse to give up the money The matter Mow manage the financial interest of the display of themselves when the are under has been investigated and it appears that AsfOciutioii tic influence of liquor and the solicitude of this amount still remains in Smiths hands Question Drawer into which any question jicir relations saves them from conspicuous In addition to this the following collections may be put disgrace But the time comes when they were taken up for the benefit of the minority Working Committees how made up and break down and pass out of sight The Church during the session of the Colored set alwwork doctors could tell the tale if they would re Baptist Association in thiB city August 1870 be conducted by veal the secrets of their practice Devotional Meetings to AftbOttiatioii How many business and professional men August 32th- at Independent Bap Â¬ an 34 00 tist Church Various Devqtional Services on Sabbath who are perhaps commonly supposed to J2 00 Farewell Meeting Durig the week at same place have biiccombed to overwork have been 24 00 August 19th at same place upset by the bad habits of drinking The For lufornttloD in rfgard to rates nud tlwo xllrtK Contrary to Law main thing for these drunkards to under August 19th at white Baptist V ATJlOllt lenl Imtfcr A TtU t igt louUillle k stand is that they are invalids and that 7 15 Laboiing men iare complaining loudly they must treat themselves accordingly August 10tht at the Court House of tile Jamluageiilhitfhnt permits t he work They are truly poisoned invalids and to ing of convicts on theDevils fJollow pike effect a cure must practice self denial not 100 7f Total Whether the Iflbdijtig mien are real I v give encouragement to nu appetite which Whim Smith and Thomas were called injuriously affected by tie working out of exceedingly sensualizes the soul by enthrall upon for arepoitliey stated the amount of convicts Or not violation of he ing a bodily gratification which Jh a re Â¬ these cpllecti9pstoJijitej 7ti which was ehoi t I 10S Hue Street Chielmtutt Ohio proach to pur species Nothing can be oi me real amount ch ro ALLISON SMITH k JOHNSON wi an ttfceeclingiy clever man the lessee of the more contraiy toreasort and humanity and WMC Ckajiptun Tlio Type on which this paper Is printed la from prison stands on a level with the hutrible4t to ourcommon Father than that one man i FiuNKioiiT KvOct 18 1879 the above Foundry En tir tnIMTTV 110 TIT uiiuux Myunjiivuj1 PnTTTVJ A citizen nH W PENCE Â¬ gles c FRANKFURT COAL COAL Crd Â¬ All coal hand ATTOR3NEY AT LAW 1Y ATTORNEY AT Â¬ WJ CHINET ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ FOR O A S BE -- 4 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ iilaWa Â¬ TYPE