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J Th6 Weekly Roundabout v BUCKLEY I LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY aa Volume hi The host placo to buy FRANKFORT KY NOVEMBER I 1879 Number 6 TENDER BEEP Beef Mutton And nil kinds of Pork Boys how do you like pepper candy Messrs Meek fc Ferguson nre rapidly cetting the poles between this cityond Law The byes call me Tom Dick and Harry reuceburg for the Williams telephone line and Sottwe and expect to have the wire up inul every Â¬ --o thing in working order by the last of next Mr Geo L Payne has sold his residence week in South Frankfort to Mrs Ed Crockett A V BERBEBXCK Merchant Tailor ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY negro boy who has been in the employ of Mr George Btihr having learned the combination of the look of the money sale STS3PEE153SrS in the bar room effected an entrance into Sf Clair St Kear Wooden Bridge the house last Sunday night by taking a slass out of the door or window and robbed the safe of thirty eight dollars in cash lie also took several boxes of cigars bottles of MILCH COWS FOR SALE wine etc Oflicer Henry Brown was notiten good Milch Cows fivo of which arc fied of the robbery and on Tuesday night I have fro h which I will soil cheap lor cnsh he and Oflicer Merchant anested the bur JOHN KIERNAN 51 tf glar and carried him to Mr Buhr to whom lie acknowledged the burglary and returned the stolen property when he was released FRESHMEAT J M With a contested election case a circus and a dog and coon fight Frankfort was quite lively yesterday FaSS and Winter Suits James Bright who was recently shot and wounded at Ilnrdinsville is so for recovered as to be able to walk about The exam in ing trial of Bently who did a part of tin shooting and all the wounding is set for next Tuesday TO ORDER IN ALL THE LATEST STITjLSS AND Â¬ AT FOE RE N T Two Brick Houses W H AVEEILL Office STORE Ap On Comer of St Hair and Clinton Streets ply to MRS McKEE or nt 0 S WALCUTTS Opposite Post LAflEEST Frankfort Ky Music and Musical Goods BEST ASSDaTMEHT - IN THE CITY ly for Iinno Violin Violoncello Guitar li inju Ac Aful lino of Instruction BooUs at Orders for Sheot musie solicited v tys on hand M isio published anywhere promptly obtained m Publishers Prices Now Music reeoived month String- BEST PLAXIIS In Frankfort to buy OROCEllIES is at P V Gray V 8l Coa stock of 1 ho have just rccoi ed WlinhMiey oiror at prices to suit everybody CHOICE GROCEUIES i mammoth Thoy keen none but the very best and guarantee cv ry triolo to bo just us ropresono and Fum Wkioiit in every instance A fall lino of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Woollen anil Stone Ware Ail everything usually kept in a first alas grooory SSf Lry mr SO cont T3aund choice brands CANNED GOOUrS of Collto B jan st Frosh Oysters always on hand 15 tf W R ill STEELE Proprietore 1 ard II o t C Clerk Catorer Cvpt JAMBS IJUUK GorOontor and Jefferson StsLouiavillo WMIVflltNM In assuming tho tn magemont of thoWillard llotol tho prosout proprietor will uso ovory effort to contribute to the comfort of his guests and sustain the reputation this well known establish Â¬ Jood beds conven Â¬ ment haB so long enjoyed olasstahlo licited ient sample rooms for commercial men find flrt Tho patronage of tho public is so- Â¬ Job Work Neatly Exe cuted at this Office Â¬ We understand that some pupils of flu Kentucky Eclectic Institute are about to launch a frail bark upon the unmerciful sea of journalism It is to be a manu script paper and will glory in the mime of Coups circus is one of the best that lm K E J News been to this city for many years The me The Eldridge Recitals nagerie and museum are complete and the performance unexceptionably fine The J Prescott Eldridge of New York known big devil fish was surrounded all the time as The American Hecitntiouist who has by a large crowd of curious spectators who during the past ten years or more appeared viewed the huge thing with a feeling akin before hundreds of audiences in the United to horror The Japanese circus was a nov- States vill present his peculiar entertain Â¬ elty to this section and elicited much admi ment known as The Eldridge Recitals oi ration from all who saw it Among the An Evening with the Passions Psycho ring performances the wonderful leaping logical Major flail on Seance etc at hor es trained ponies and the Japanese Saturday evening November 8th juggling are worthy of especial mention The programme hcjwill offer will embrace The show is worthy of the patronage of the dramatic imitations character repre euta most fastidious tions classic recitals etc together with a The Passions occupying About twilight Wednesday evening thi portrayal of the first hour of the evening after which office was illuminated for a brief period by will be presented an hour of mirth wit and a vision of female loveliness more beautiful Psychological Seance than a golden sunset kisMng an evenings humor entitled and The Momtisoniau Banquet in which Ihiewell to the gvinies of the floral kitur will be introduced a number of otiginal dom that ornaments the valleys of the novelties of an intensely humorous nature Rhine Arrayed in spotless white thi in an evwiings entertainment present fairy like being appeared to our nice young thus man and the devil who weie the sole ing so varied a programme of amusement invite smiles and teats fiont all pleas occupants of the oflice at the time as iw is to angel of light showering on them a pro ing the moat fastidious taste the cultivated and refined as well as the untutored mind lusion of smiles and sweetness smiles from From a perusal ol the programme designata countenance beaming with cheerlulne--an- d contentment and sweet nes from a tin ing the various features of the entertain box containing about five pounds of fine ment as well as from noting the very strong French candies The boys were so taken endorsements Mr Eldridge has received aback at the sudden apparition that they from eminent critic- as well as the press we are satisfied that the entertainment will weiv nt a los for suitable words of greeting and were so bewildered by the dulcet tones rove one ot the moat interesting ami pleas of her musical voice that they stood in ing amusements of the season and though allow it lo -- ilent admiration and wonder totallv tin recommend our rentiers not to v sale Tickets pass by their attendance able to give expression to their gratitude at Barretts News Depot Entertainment lo her for the pleasure her visit irnve them When we came into the oflice a few minutes commences nt 7iU after the departure of this lovely being we The following extinct is taken fioin a found the boys standing in front of our New York paper and will show how time desk gazing dreamily tit the ceiling as il and distance is calculated lo warp and they expected to see the vision ascending exagerate facts heavenward in a fleecy cloud of glory but Alfred Bently of Hardiiisville Ky re Â¬ at the same time they were getting away fused lo pay the rent of the farm on which with the candy that piece- of femininity had he lived and declared that he would submit it Juntos Bright left here with a relish that gave evidence of to no remonstrance about the landlord rode to the place to confer on the fact that they were not unmindful of the subject and tho tenant shot him on the good things of life flight with n rifle killing him Â¬ Lowest Frices Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 tiui Ladies Restaurant AND Ice Cream Saloon I have opened an elegant room up stairs ovir ny Confectioneiy whoic ladies ean nluays get a nice lunch on short notion at low figures My fee Oeam is always fresh and of the Â¬ VERY BEST QUALITY live me a onll LEWIS Â¬ WEITZEL juoTiomTijTTa s -- i Having had a number of yars experience nt the buMness I oiler my crvices to the citizi ns of Franklin county us nn Auctioneer and will sell took on the street housclmld good or do gen Â¬ eral farm auctioneering Orders left at the store of Mr V Borheriuh or tho stnblo of Dan llnn coek will reoeivo prompt attention Charges moderate J J PETERSON 30 tf GREENLEAVES rx Xeclv HrnrMets Â¬ Chains Lockets Jewelry ami Shawl Tins lhihy Pins EU Eif Etc Watches I i Solid Bold Double Ca ss Wi 1 Â¬ Â¬ ffiMifcWfidilUII 9 Sent on elecion lo sun address OTIS W SNYDEll Manufaeturinj Jeweler Louisville K And Brunch Store Uppor ootfi 78 lv st- V n Lexington K Â¬ SIDNEY FRANKFORT FftKXCH KENTUCKY ATTORNEY AT LAW Will give diligent attention to any legal biiti noss entruated to him Offtii on Main Street MatMoi House Jilwir i Porsons desiring PURE CltYSTA ICErrn got it bv calling at my residence nn Mom i o or at thorosidenco of Captain Sanford Goin am now delivering lec to all pnri of eiy I 1 PHILIP H GOIN wM A 3 WEEKLY HOUHDABOUT OliAUDK nUCKLBY UKO A LBW1S BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors aaad TE11A18 in a bad out sit a South strait who determined to aider the other night and had to stay until half after eleven to accomplish his object The young lady was a visitor here and no doubt has a bad opinion of Frankfort boys The WprKLY Roundabout is published every Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents thrco months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post offico money order or rogistred lottor at our risk ISO Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths insortod free of charge Obituary notices will bo charged for at our rogular advertising rates FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 1 1879 marked on the firrt pnge with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before you receive another paper If your Rounoauout is fVX n nnrwIiilfitnfurRhnrifr fiF Trn nlti n nuiintv -- w carefully counted and assorted into fourteen Gov Blackburn went to Hickman Wed- IJI at the August elect ion 1880 subject to the action different clashes and a record kept of eachnesday where he delivered an agricultural oi inn uoinncrauo puny class and the sooner it is placed in hh address to the Fulton county fair hands the easier it will be to make the as The many friends of Mrs Maria Church -I i i Cti I Ml Hortinent anil lie will not ue pressed torjwuo nas ueen quae in in ot jjoiiis win ue time when he commences to make up each lad 0 eani tmt e improving Mrs Dr E II Black of Alton passed mail through this city yesterday for Louisville to In Scott county near Stamping Ground on tho turnpiko road leading to Great Crossing at The Roundabout ofhee was a paradisej vieit e daughter Mrs das A Hodges Mr Saint C J Page and wife of Chicago It was so full of feminine lovli yesterday rived the city yesterday afternoon and A lid on ness that our handsome emplonu preferred jare the guests of Mrs Jane Page bout i not to look at tho circus proceiou LONG Sho T -I i 1 1 Miss hfhe Miles who lias been visiting At the residence of tho brides father in this Consisting of Bonnets Hats Feathers Flowers friends in Ohio for several weeks returned city Wednosday morning October 29th by Rev Ribbons Ac which I offer to the ladies of Frank- Â¬ home Wednesday Dr J M Lewis Mr Wm N Komi of Slu lbj fort and vicinity at county and Mies J1oliii Bacon Mr Alex McEwan has been attending the session of the Grand Lodge I 0 0 F ANNOUNCEMENTS The ladies are resjiejitfully invited to examine at Maysville this week my stock beforo purchasing elsewhere Miss Ida Crockett returned Thursday CIRCUIT JUDGE Sont 13 3m MRS E S McDONALD morning from a visit of several weeks to AVoaro authorized toannounco JOHN J ORR her aunt in Shelby county of Owen county as a Democratic candidate for Mrs R B Lewis of Flint Hill Mo Judge of the Circuit Court of tho Eleventh Ju We are requested by our assistant post i i i i dicial OPKNKI JIY master to snv to all persons having mil nvuo nas ueen vsmng reauves in mis city ocratioDistrict subject to tho action of the Dem Party returned home Wednesday CO matter to send off that thev would confer a SHERIFF Hmgis left for his home Wednes- IN MANSION HOISK ItLOCK favor upon him if they would during the icjuv morning and will go on taking deposi- Tf TAVTfiTJ AViAT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS Wn nrn nntlinr vn1 tn nnnnnnnn next week deposit it in the ofhee as fOonlio1B Green IIargis case as a candidate for ShcriiT of Franklin county All matter preparation as possible alter flurdwaro in General t t If llio many friends of Mrs l T Lyons anno rtiigusi election 10O auojeci 10 it- - action Sash Shutters MouldingsPaints Oils Doors me ioou Mantels Grates passing through his hands during the first jwi a je t0 kl0W tmt sie jm8 re of tho Dumooratio party will have to be covered from her recent illness neven days of November Wo are authorized to announco E 0 HAW- Â¬ The Franklin County Teachers Institute has been in session at the Public School About forty teachers building this week have been in attendance and much interest The programme of has been manifested exercises has been carried out in a most satisfactory manner and the audiences have The been very large and most appreciative chapel of the school building was entirely too small to accommodate the vast crowds that attended the evening sessions of the Had we the space wc would Institute like to speak in detail of the programme commencing with Prof Picketts address and telling of the choice selections of in strumental and vocal music the select reading by Misses N A Dawson and Katie Kahr the recitations by Miss Daisey of JeflVrson county Miss Griffin and Col Thos B Ford our own efficient School Commissioner the poems by Major Stan ton Mrs J C Morton and Miss Laura the essays by Professors J B Ford Ingells and S M Pat rent and Miss Daisey and the fine address of Dr Howard A M Henderson we say we would like to i peak of all these in Jeiail but we have not the space The people of Frankfort are under obligations to Prof S P Browder and Col Thos B Ford for the fine programme ar ranged by them for the instruction and entertainment of the public We are horry the law does not require more frequent meetings ot the county teachers that wc might more frequently enjoy such treats as we have had this week Â¬ Mrs Guy Barrett is visiting the family of Y KALTEXBltUN Mr Thos 8 Haydon sr in New Castle MANUPACTIWBU Of Mrs E II Tubman and her sister Mrs SHOES L A Keninghnm left Wednesday morning ALL KINDS OF BOOTS for their home in Augusta Ga where they Main street next dour to post ollico Frankfort Ky Repairing neatly tind promptly done AW will spend the winter work nan anted Ladies Shoes a specialty A Frank Hutchison has taken the agency full stock of custom shoes on hand Rest and for Riddells Brilliant Stove Polish and ohcnpcBt place in town Yesterday morning Mr Frank Smith and after a thorough canvass of this city will wife from the Stony Creek neighborhood visit every town in the State came in to see the circus leaving their Will Runyan now measures calico for daughter Miss Mary Ellen at home J J Swigert He will take pleasure to keep house but instead of attending to in entertaining his female friends during Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best Stock ever brought to this Market household affairs Miss Mary Ellen and her business hours at that establishment of Mr Henry Collins and Miss Julia ColMoore brother-in-lalover Mr Currnn To buyers of Mr J M Wakefield of this city waited lins of Taylor county and Miss Fannie Mastin of Woodford county are guests of until the old folks were out of sight and Miss Morence Collins near Belle Point then left for Aberdeen Ohio where they Charley LeCompte leaves next Monday have ere this been made one flesh by for Cincinnati to buy an entire new stock of Well mado Stylish and Shrunk wc invito inspection Squire Massie Beasley goodrt for the store he will open shortly OUH TAILORING DEPARTMENT down in the country near the Henry county Personal line Is up with tho times all thats Mr Jno T Stout came in to see the Miss Sophie Keller is visiting Mrs circus He was flying around yesterday Benckartt in Lexington with a new suit of clothes and a nobby new FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Geo F Berry has moved into his new hat looking as happy as a grasshopper Never more complete and supplied with sitting on a sweet potato vine house on the South Side Chiles went to Guthrie Lieut S M Swigert of the 2d XJ S Miss Lou ALL THE NOVELTIES Wednesday for a short visit Cavalry is expected to arrive in this city Tuesday from Fort Ellis Montana Mrs Lizzie Bacon went to Lousville nextwill probably spend four or five months He Thursday to be absent a month S rr JB 1 here with relatives and friends Handsome Charlie of the Anderson Miss Lizzie B Hodges who has been News sa w the circus yesterday visiting her sister Mrs J N Cruteher in Little Nettie Davidson has returned from Belle Point the past month returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday after a lengthy visit to relatives in LaGrange For of my taking little Lizzie Cruteher with her moved tho convenience stand patrons I haro ro- from my old noar the Wooden Mrs Kate Patton moved into her new noon visit to her grandparents Bridge to the houto recently occupied by Otto house in South Frankfort the first of the for a week E T Quin better known as Bud will Von Borrios where I will keep constantly on in Griffin Bros store next hand tho Mr Robert Bean a prominent merchant take a place Bud is a modest youth but can Monday of Mt Sterling was in the city the first ot measure tape rapidly good measure and Tm Fruit I the week j talk to a pretty girl at the same time as FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE Mrs Jane Egbert and Mrs Sallie Ste- well as some of his more experienced chums phens of Louisville are visiting relatives Mrs Pattie Gill Mrs Ann Hopper Mrs Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobncco Confec- Â¬ in this city My old friends and tho public M Owsley Miss Jennie Duncan of Lan tioneries Ac returned Monday caster Mrs Dr Warren of Stanford Dr generally are invited to give me a cull Dont Mr John L Moore forget the Main street evening from a short visit to relatives in Joe Letcher Mrs Ed Cronley of Lexing St Clair place MRS SALLIE one door cast of BQHAKNAN the Falls City ton Mr Rout and wife Mrs Dr Poynter 3 tt Howard Prentiss formerly of this city and daughter of Versailles Judge George Covington and Dr Alex now of Monterey paid the city a flying It McKee of McKee and wife of Danville were all in visit Thursday the city yesterday for the purpose of attend Miss Dora Scott a charming young lady ing the funeral of Mrs Charlotte Letcher I have just received alnrge and complete stock of of New Orleans is in the city the guest ol That North side young man was - clWhInbooI First Ciass Clothing New and 2ffohhy Â¬ CRUTCHER MAIN NEW LOCATION STARKS B T Â¬ ki Â¬ VIV t Â¬ New Bonnets New Hats Â¬ Miss Josie Casey MARR1KD Millinery Goods Prices to Suit the Times i New Hardware Store HALY BROTHERS I 1 - hlc te T 1 - A k CHEAPEST Aug 30 tf Call and bo convinood HOUSE IN TOWN IIALY BROSfc CO I 1 I MILL 100 ACRE FARM WATERdcsiiing FLOUR FOR SALE Water Mill article I Flour gt their Persons a ohoico of Can it by leaving order a JONES COWPro S Flour Storo on Broadway Aug 30- Om A J Very Low Figures PAYMENTS 3BS i - - The price of coali is advancing andi lI more grown up daughters in the house the more money there is paid out for coal I A good op- Â¬ Taken up as a stray by tho unclcrsignod Juno Mrs dno It Prentiss who has been Or will exohange for city property portunity for any ono wishing to farm on a small 1st 1871 ono ROAN COW about six years old f viHiti oi tor 8ome scale or desiring to muke n safe lh8 Hr investment dry The ownor can have his proporty by coll- Â¬ jm0i wj 0mM t0 Kr ome j qW c0llnty Apply to A II SINCLAIR ing paying for this notice and pacing ohargos next Monduy 5 tf 1 tf Auditors Office A D BROWN TRAY 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT NOVEMDKIft 1871 TO TRAVBLBES on tho L it s Mrs Charlotte Letcher widow of Itobt P Letcher died at her resi Â¬ TltMNS WR3T yesterday delaying it three or four hours 815 a m dence in this city Inst Wednesday evening No 4 Loavo Frankfort 250 o m No 12 Loavo Frankfort of bed at four at eight oclock aged 87 years She had Little boys that rolled out TR1N8 EAST clock yesterday to see the circus were bad Â¬ been in good health until Monday evening a 904 am ly fooled Nn 9 Loavo Frankfort The first installment arrived at at which time she took tea with Mr John 54in in No 11 Loivo Frankfort Willium Jlfock Smith Frankfort B Bibb on the ninetieth anniversary of his Tho 250 I M train will innko close connec- seven tion as formerly for Cinoinnntl birth day Tuesday afternoon she was Would respectfully inform thecitizonfi of E P BRYAN Aqent Some rural nibs was in town Thursday fort troubled with a cough and took a small Q --ami vicinity thnt ho has openpd n Drue t l t v with more rotten corn juice than lie could Iinuu wnL ru nc win Keen con- can always be had for cany conveniently and a wag pinned a big dose of what she supposed was powdered stantly on hand a full linoof pure The Roundaiiout three cents per copy at Barretts News De- Â¬ nlncfirtl on his back labeled LOST The alum but which proved to be arsenic Sheyv H whs taken ill in a few hours afterward and pot and at Ben Marshalls Post office News police found him rapidly grew worse until she died Depot TflRArm PITAPC Qt Slip removed to thismtvin 1810 with Uor UDHUUl LIUHI passed through the Mr Sidney French Foresters meet next Wednesday night at city yesterday morning en route for Louis husband when he was elected Governor and 7 oclock ville lie has been absent in Fayette and had grown old in our midst universally week dur- - loved and respected by all who knew her PBESCRIPTIDNS CDKPOBBBEB ACCURATELY South Frankfort has a pork packing Jessamine counties for about a is U Vitflitbell nrouintlv answered establishment getting ready for work this in which time he has re organized onej and her death deeply regretted by the entire community Her funeral took place 0ct12lv with thirty six lodge of Good Templars fall memjfc s and has addressed four others from the Presbyterian Church of which ft The weather has been fine for sailing on He has also arranged to organize two new she had long been a consi tent member week yesterday afternoon and was largely at Â¬ the river this week and many of the young lodjies in Jessamine county next r propoo to open nn EnirlNh and fliHRinnl tended people have taken advantage of it Hih School in S uth Frankfort lor B ys nnd changes have been made in the Some Ynuiifj Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN officers of the Governors Cadets a juvenile LOCAL NOTICES Lots of mean uhi ky and a general free SEITEMHER prox fo continue till the second The follow Friduy in Juno IS3II Uos prepared for busi- Â¬ A few knock- - military company of this city firht at the circus last nieht ness or for tho higher elates in colloie ing are the officers downs was the extent of the damage done Charges Per Term of Ten Months Captain Hip Arnold First Lieutenant MEAGHERS at MARSHALL For tho IliKhor Classes including Latin The regular meeting of the Good Tem Henry Sawyier Second Lieutenant John FouSalc I en or fifteen fine mocking and Greek Languages and Literature 00 00 First Sergeant Jim Todd birds good singers Apply to Miss Mary jFo- - nil others plars will take place next Thursday evening Hutchison 50 00 One third in advance one third at Christinas at 7 oclock A full attendnncc is desiied Second Sergeant Joe Rodman First Corpo- Carter South Frankfort and ono third May 1st 1SS0 Second Corporal Will ral Will Barr Having purchased the Climax Shaving limited u si Applications maybe A youth from the rural districts stood in Paiker Emporium of Mr A H Waggoner I de loft at the Telegraph or Roundabout office front of the telegraph office for a half Aug 9 lS79 ttm sire to inform the patrons of the establish- J -H THAR P hour or more last Saturday watching the to our column of Local nient and the public generally that I Bv reference wires to see a dispatch come in or sent out Notices it will be seen that Mr Mandeville intend to conduct the business in future in D first class style in every respect In addition t His curiosity was not gratified has bought out the Climax Shaving Em to Mr Dolan the Old Reliable who will QTtrl PnT7QIfnQn dllU SnrrrflAM o OlOldiU porium of Mr A II Waggoner on St continue with me I have secured the rOUrgeGIl The Christian Temperance Union will Cluir street near Market Mr Mandeville services of a first class barber from Cincin 0ffie Kcsid hold their regular weekly meeting at the 7W ff m v is an accomplished artist in his line and nati and my patrons may rely on being at- Clair Street o lumlnil in in tin Inflict - ml liinut n iiimAnnil court house this evening at 7 oclock v oi will not onlv retain the patronage of the FRANKFORT Soliciting the patronage of the old stvle President French is expected to be present na stablishment but will build up a trade ofl citaiomoM of the Climax and the public n m iii v meeting Seats are and will address the Jail and see him it generally I remain verv respectfully large proportions free and everybody cordially invited WM MANDEVILLE von want an artistic hair cut or a smooth Foil Rknt The large dwelling house op- Â¬ Mr Jno T Buckley has the contract for comfortable shave posite depot Apply to V Kaltenbrun putting a tin roof on the Colored Methodist r The costs in the suit now pending in the Zephyr all shades single and split at 10 Church at Versailles and sent a number of j Circuit Court in this city the contested cents an ounce at Grnfhn Bros hands up this week to go to work on it The election case between the present City CounThroughout the world Favorite Stoves people of that little city mnj rely on having Use Favorite cil and the candidates on the Citizens are known to be the best the work well and expeditiously done Stoves and be happy John T Buckley ticket amount to 400 per day since last mm Agent St Clair street adjourns tuis evenThere has been a heavy advance in the Saturday When court Best Calico at 7 cents at Griffin Bros price of groceries provisions and almost ing it is thought that not one half of the Favorite Stoves are without question everything ele within the past ten days evidence will have been given in and the the finest and best cooking t toves in the This is regarded as nn evidence of better case will be the first on the docket at the woild Every stove is sold with a written times and it is to be hoped that the good next February term when all the evidence guarantee to have no equal in economy Tot time coming so long looked for has ar- from the beginning will have to be heard durability convenience and beauty avoid being deceived by imitations call and again by a new jury rived examine them at John T Buckleys On iiml iirtcr April 28th 1879 trains C A L R U will loavo Frankfort dally Sundays The train bearing Coups ciicns ran oil nxcoptod as follows the track about two miles above the city Mr Philip Selbert is constantly receiving Everybody and his wile timl daughter were new goods and about the middle of next in to tee the circus yesterday week he will open one of the finest lots of Very wide holts lire not worn by Indies in plated and solid silver ware ever brought to Merchants lind sale or them only Frankfort cities in conntrv towns COALCOAL OF COAL ALL KINDS at Lowest ON byHAND for sale Prices G B MACKLIN Death of Mrs Governor Letcher NEW DRUG STORE R W TILFORD DRUGGIST I 1 Â¬ Fpl I i UgS 111601012X68 - -- ogeisi cuskal hh scuaif New Stock Nobby Hats Â¬ Â¬ I Xlrr g j P SMITH M Â¬ -- t J I KY BEST IN THE W0ELD 1R6BF Â¬ itisipliliili iWfiTWwM I Â¬ j Â¬ Messrs Meek it Ferguson have rented about sixty feet of the east end of the Market house and are putting in a lot of machinery for the purpose of carrying on a machine Bhop These gentlemen are expert machinists ami should receive a sufficiency of work to keep them constantly employed Joe Bohannan as agent for his mother Mrs S J Bohannan can be found at the stand on St Clair street near the Wooden Bridge dispensing fruits vegeta- Â¬ bles fancy groceries tobacco cigars c at the most reasonable prices Drop in to see him as you pass that way and leave whatever surplus change you want to invest in anything in his line old Tuesday afternoon Mrs Bartlet Orntcher and her little granddaughter were returning from this citv to their home near Ducker Station in a spring yigon nnd just after passing the forks of the Versailles and Georgetown pikes the horse they were driv- Â¬ ing became frightened and ran nway The wagon was overturned and the occupants thrown out Mrs Crutcher having her right wrist broken and four or five ribs fractured near the shoulder blade The little girl had her face bruised but escaped serious injury The horse draueed the wauon some distance Dr B F and broke it into splinters Duvall of this city was sent for and at- tended to Mrs Crutchers injuries and at last nccounts she was doing wqII Lot Nobby Hats for voting Gents McCLURE ifc BROS At Canton Flannel and Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros New Goods Boots Shoes Hats flap Large Stock at McCLURE k BROS Full line of Germantown Yarn at Griffin New DIUD COLTiMBlAN E H TAYLOR SUCCK3SOU TO j Watson to Co your Is the Cheapest place buy 8T0TES T1NWA11E in town to buy Dryi is at Griffin Brosi etc Mansion Mouse Block St Clair street two doors from Main The cheapest place Notions Goods tt ilUUdC MA I I In a letter from Lexington Kv received by Miles Son ordering their Patent flour expression is used It comes high but the pioplej will have it Similar expres- Bon8 JQ TiiCQvei dailv from all points Use their J E M and von will never re- grot it i UlUlfcimig NTTPT S IT -- h - r--- LTOUaS A 3- Auuw m vixwxi K HPPR K j JU llUil ailfl Till iuuuiifc JOB WORK inI1iriiiiT uiiiiuiJle ttCi i A SPiXMAlTY H WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Bridgeport Whites School House Mr Con Murphy who has been quite ill is some better Prayer meeting was held at the residence of Eld J K P South last Wednesday A good attendance and a pleasant meeting was the result Mr Win Jetts little son Hiram was thrown from his horse and badly hurt while coming from church last Sunday L A 0 is the champion pop corn raiser of the neighborhood He planted about an acre last spring and has gathered enough to supply the foreign market for the next ten years Mrs Mary B Crutchers horse became frightened while coming from Frankfort last Monday throwing her and her little grand daughter from the wagon Mrs Crutcher had an arm and two ribs broken while the little child escaped without any serious injuries Uno Â¬ Â¬ JAMES ANDREW SCOTT ATTOIfclNIiiY at Friuiklort Kontuoky Born To tlic wife of Mr Win Hawking a eon Wluit makes Oscar look so pleasing Dont all speak at once There will be another wedding here on the 13th of next month JOHN VV IIOHANNAN Mr Harvey Blythe of Ilardinsville is visiting our village frequently Born To the wife of Mr Flezekiah Notary Publio and ExaminoT Tliouse a daughter Lou Edna OFFICE OVKli MX JtODMAWS OFFICE Miss Ellis Monday who has hecn vieitiny Mrs Kaleigh Armstrong has returned to her home in Spencer county II Prof Shinns school has had a -- MILL CHAMPION holiday this week The Professor has been attending the Teachers Institute at Frank3P011NT fort is the cause Married At the residence of the brides father Mr J no Armstrong near this place VV All Oct 23d by Rev Jerome Sampson Mr Jacksonville Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kindof Robert Storts of Oldham eounly and Miss Editor Roundabout Bug Sallie Armstrong Lumber Flooring Weather This is perhaps the first letter to your picy little paper ever written from this Pleasant Hill Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ place and this is to inform you that we Mrs Mary Quire is quite ill at her father-in-law- s are a live kicking people wide awake and c full of fun and we hope this will find you Wheat sowing and inolnses making have in the enjoyment of the same great blessing LONG HEAVY BHiDGE TIW1DERS A SPECIALTY given way to grape gathering and opossum jno i Jotinson intends Diittinir an at hunting once a beautiful cottage on Main street Ojhe nt Snw Mill in Jit lie Jolnl Malarial diseases are prevalent here A bMlANJiFORT Gus Duncan one of the oldest citizens OPPOSITE t i number of our people are afllicted with men mm Feb 1 1 v auimay nigni at an advanced age chills and fever Miss Jennie Satterwhite is the principal Mr John Spaulding and Miss Katie fioin of district school No 30 and is giving gen Â¬ were maried at Ml Zion Thursday There eral satisfaction ate more to follow in the near future DRALKIl IN Charley Quire the boss pedagogue is Following is the roll of honor of Chapel school for tliemonth ending October iMth teaching the young idea how to shoot at Charlie McCoy Willie McCoy Garret Sud Fallen Rock Charley is a trump Miss Mattie Bland and Mis Clarence duth Belle Hulett Luther Sudduth Lucia Williol lattuc very lowest figures Middleton of Shelby county were on a Moore Robert Quire At a regular meeting of Chapel Lodge of viit to the Misses Kesler last week Blackhaw bunting seems to be the order flood Templars held Uctober 2nh the ibl of the day Parties of young ladies and lowing ollicers were elected to seiye the en V Leuileiueu may be daily seen in the pursuit V II Suddulh suing three months C T Mrs Mildred Suddnth V V T W of the delicious fruit I will deliver Good Ico to nn C Bryant IV S Thomas Moore V F- Abe Johnson has nearly completed his uity ut price ua low as the lowest part of tbt S leorge Brvant W T Richard Moore new residence and there is no little com- Â¬ W M MihsKliza Moore W 1 G Willie motion among the old maids and widows as FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED W O U W C Moore Bryant vu to who will be the one selected from among Givo me a trial It II JflCOIi elected L D for the ensuiii vcar them to carry the pantry keys for Abe Occasional The great social event ol the season n o been the maniago of Mr Ike Kesler to Sunday School Reports Miss Maggie Cox of Consolation The reception given to the young folks by Mr Report ol the Baptist Siinday chool rhoj Kesler father of the bridegroom was Nuiuher of ofhecrs teachers and pu- Â¬ truly a gorgeous alluir The newly mariied pils enrolled Oct 1m llSJ Highest attendance during month 10 couple seined very happy indeed Jacksonville is only a few hundred yard Lowest attendance during month 03 from the line of Franklin county while 101 Average attendance during month Teachers absent during month s LuLuta is only a few hundred feet on the Franklin side 1 Both thee villages are Average collection during month located on the main road from Fiankfort to New scholars received during month 0 Visitors during month M New CaMlc and only ahout Sr miles from j Now we see that the County1 Frankfort Hour of holding Sunday School 9 A M Court is verv liberal in making contributions iMtors cordially received Will 0 Riudkii Sec and Treas to turnpikes leading to the Capital whyi the Report of the Methodist Sunday school cant this road be piked ho as to citizens of this section a chance to take itj Number of otlicers teachersT ami pu- Â¬ pils enrolled Jet 1st 120 to Frankfort instead of hauling it oat of the county in a different direction Hun Highest attendance during month 8 dreds of the people of Franklin do their Lowest attendance during month 7 dealing at Bagdad and other places simpl Average attendance during month 7 Iterance it is almost impossible to get to Teachers absent during month 10 Average collection during month 0 7f Frankfurt on account of the miserable mails Citizens of Franklort merchants of New scholars received during month 2 Frankfort it will pay you to have a road Arisitors during month 10 built out in this direction What nay you Hour of holding Sunday School 2 i m to a Jacksonville and Frankfort Turnpike Visitors always welcome n We will meet you half way Wisiry WuiGiiT Secy Sahaii Jam Report of the Presbyterian Sunday school Number of officers teueheiv and jm- The ehtiniiels for the exit of itn pnriiicH For InforronloQ Id regard to rate suJ tlaiv iiMrfii pils eniolled Sept 1st 14 from the sybteni must be kept unobbtrucud C ATHOHE Cenl rWCer Tlckrl itl Louttlllr Kt j Highest attendance during mouth 171 or deplorable cont equenees will follow Lowest attendance during mouth 150 Da MoTitj VinuTAniK Livki Fhi8 by re jiiiisisrjviJiN Average attendance during mouth 172 Httirinj the bowela to an active condition W Teach ui 8 absent during month J J net us u cleanser of all the bodily fluids A vera ire collection luring month 2 On Moreover they render the digestive and New scholars during month 10 assimilative oriuiH vigoroun roue the liver Visitor- - during mouth 7 and purify the billiary secretion As a MX fine street Cincinnati Ohio School opens promptly at 2 i m cathartic they are infinitely to be preferred ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON Visitors always wejeome to dangerous blue pills Sold by Huffhes Tho Typo on which thin pnper Is uriiited Is from II 1 own Watsox Secy and Treas Chiles Drurgtsta the ubou Foundry Kit Wlllhoronftor practice lnw in nil thecourtj held Ofliot up 8tuirsover Judge Jatnifl ofiice In all casus In the Ootinty Quurlnrly Circuit sind Criminal Courts ho will by nypi uia arrnnge tnont huvc tho ndvico rttnl iirtiatunccol John L ooM without additional chiirgc Feb22lv AT LAW THE WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT IS PUBLISHED s EVERY SATURDAY BY ArrX014IJliY AT LAW 1 SAW BUCKLEY LEVIS Â¬ BELLE W liY Office over Telegraph Office ST OILAI1 STREET cpezews One copy one year One copy six months One copy three months 1 gles c ttlrtt W J CHIOT 00 60 25 ALL KINDS OF COAL FOR OASHJ BENSON The Roundabout contains all the ICE Local and Society AND HAS News A LAMER CIRCULATION In the city aiul county than any otljer paper Advertising Ha fee5 Made known on application to the jie ubllaleri I BOOSS AiB JOB I PRINTING NKATlY liMlClTlin AT 1 j r LOWEST Address FIGURES ly WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Frankfort 1