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The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi FRANKFORT KY DECEMBER 6 1879 Royal Templars meet next Thursday GriHin Bros nml Philip Selbert nro tlie first to advertise Christmas goods thiB year evening at 7 oclock Read the column of Local Notices About fifteen couples of young people Mr M II P Williams jr has rented the room on the corner of Market and Ann streets lately occupied by Sam Calvert as a fruit store and is fitting up the front part as a cigar stand while the back part will be used as the office of the Frankfort and Lawreuccbnrg Telephone Line -- T5 T5n-jrv S3s stormed the Governor at his Mansion Thursday night and had a good time till a late hour They were treated to an elegant sapper ttct s Number ii y The gay season is almost upon us and fine dress suits will soon be in demand Berberich is the man who can make glad the heart of your dulcinea by a perfect George Thomson has purchaped the fitting suit of clothes stock of confectioneries fruits cigars to bacco c of Mrs Bohaunan near the Dont forget that Madam Rentzs Female He will immediately Minstrel Troupe will give entertainments at Wooden Bridge fill the house with a select stock of every- Â¬ Major Hall next Monday and Tuesday thing in his line and will fill orders on short evenings December 8th and 9th Mr Dry for S3 00 notice and deliver goods in any part of the den assures us that the most fastidious ladies Good Heavy Chinchella Overcoats 6 50 can attend these exhibitions with propriety A Handsome Fur Beaver Overcoat city free of charge 4 50 as nothing will be said or done of an im- Â¬ A Splendid Ulster for since our neighbors It lias been so long Good Business Suits for 4 5 6 and 7 00 proper nature of Belle Point hud a first class fire that All Wool Cassimere Dress Suits 7 8 10 and 12 00 An election for officers of the Frankfort A full Line of Hats at Less than Half Price would convince nothing short of seeing the Frankfort people of the fact so on Christian Temperance Union will take place The largest assortment of Monday there was a continuous line of at the court house next Saturday night 13th A full attendance of the members of pedestrians going to and from the ashy inst ruins of Mr Theobalds house from morn- the Union is desired and competent active There was actually a big zealous temperance workers are the kind ing till night These Goods of men that shbuld be elected to fill the Ever offered in this city at less than Manufacturers Cost fire in Belle Point as reported various offices We are in receipt of a large and very Fires elegantly illustrated catalogue from the mammoth furniture house of Mitchell The alarm of fire Tuesday night was And if you wish to save money on your purchases it will pay you tc Hammelsburg Furniture Co of Cincinnati occasioned by the burning out of a chimney call and see us which for variety of goods represented in Craw thoroughness of description and general Mr B F Meelc burnt out his chimney information it imparts is unsurpassed by Wednesdav evening wnen some nervous any similar work published in the United Corner Main St Sts pei son saw the flames and gave the alarm is said to be the largest States This I 1 of fire jF 1 furniture establishment in the world 10 tf Lust Tuesday night about 8 oclock Mr DehoneV Jus G Dudley discovered smoke in his resi- Â¬ We dropped in at Reading see our friend De dence on Wapping street nnd on going to Wednesday morning to honey on a matter of business and were look for the origin of it found that some OPKVKD nv In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is nt obliged to wait one hour ami a half for an incendiary had gotten into a cellar under his CO IIALY BROTHERS opportunity of speaking to him When w kitchen and built a fire in a pile of kindling IN MANSION HOtSK 1HOOK Fortunately it had not were seen to go in the store a lotof our wood stored there XEXT DOOR Tp GRIFFIY BROS ho have just revolved a mammoth stock of country friends thought of course the made much headway and was easily ex- Â¬ Hardware in General Paints Oils Door- Sash Shutters Mouldings Mantels Grates would have an advetisement in tinguished clever firm the KoumvnoiT at once and they rushed Last Saturday night about 9 oclock the Which they offer at prices to suit everybody ft hUUbll IM TnWfM l two residence of Mr John M Pendleton oc- Thoykoop none but the very best and guarantee LnLArtOl business up pretty lively for nearly and Full Call and bo convinced every articlo to bo just as represented hours They will bo disappointed to find cupied by his sister Mrs Bettie Monroe Wright in every instance A fnll line of Aug 30 tf IIALY BROS fc CO no advertisement of Reading fc Dehoney was discovered to be on fire and the alarm that STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES appears in this issue The neighbors uiven by the family gathered anil with the assistance Persons desiring a choico article of About 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon fifty quickly Stone Ware of the hook and ladder company succeeded Wooden feet of the east wall of the new distillery of The building was And everything usually kept in a first class in subduing the flames U III I U Vi t III 4111 Ik UJf IIIUI theE TT Taylor jr Company the ArlingVitlO IV 200 about mv i rSTry ur 80contTcaand choice brands uuAug roVS Flour Store on Broadway wall had just been damaged to the amount of The ton fell out SO fliu The cause of Colleo is covered by lUbitrance brought up to the square the bricklayer which always on hand B st Frosh Oysters the fire is unknown being engaged inlaying the last course and of jan 15 tf The residence of Mr E S Theobald in one of them named T 11 Fuller from a m m Royal Ohio was carried down with Belle Point was destroyed by fire last Port It is supposed to have On Corner of St Clair anil Clinton Streets Ap the wall and seriously injured The work Sunday night ply to MRS McKEti orut 0 S UALCUTTS AND Hue Mr Theobald had been put tip rapidly and had not been caught from a defective STORK allowed time to dry out before a derrick had but recently purchased and moved to some portion of which rested against one the house but had taken the precaution I have oponod nil ob gant room up stairs nvei corner was put up for the purpose of raising to fully insure his house and furniture The unilorsigtud is pre ured to do nil ol By the liberal my Confectionery whore ladies can always get u loss is about 2000 pertaining to the futtiig Fining and MnMng a stone coping which sprung the corner The M on short notice at low tigures nice lunch SutisfncUwi of Ladies and Childrens lrcsss nnd threw the wall The damage is esti Â¬ use of water from buckets the residence of Ico Oroam is always fresh and of the guaranteed nnd eh urges reasonable lhtro t f south was The portion that Mr G A Robettson on the mated at about 030 biuiness at Rcsldmeo of Miss Mary A Gnle South Frankfurt fell is above the second lloor and it will saved and as little or no wind was blowing MRS A J TALEOTT LEWIS WCITZCL 8tf Mm mo a null at the time no other damage was done it require severaf days to rebuild OL HA lothin 8TAE V Â¬ UNDERWEAR SOL HARRIS and Clair Must be Sold by the First of January S rarusiorta ivy --j- BEST PLACE New Bl Hardware Store F V Gray Gos t CHOICE GROCERIES Â¬ CANNED COODS and WATER MILL FLOUR I 41 It Â¬ Water Mill Flour Ladies Restaurant FOR KENT Two imcK iQnses DRESS JHAKING Â¬ Ice Cream Saloon I f VERY BEST QUALITY rrr tPWSPWWJJ9 a Wo arc authorized to nnnounco E II TAYLOR Miss Lizzie Smith went to Woodford Thursday morning to visit her friend Mrs ns n candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county at the August election 1880 subject to tho notion GKO A LEWIS Stevenson nee Miss Jessie Parsons formerly of tho OLAUDIS I1UOKIEV Democratic party of Alabama LEWIS BUCKLEY Wo aro authorized to announco EO HAW- Â¬ Miss Jennie Stnndiford who has been KINS n candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county aaacL lE visiting Miss Willie Duvnll returned to at tho August election 1880 subject to the notion her home in the Blue Grass Capital Tues Â¬ Of tho Domocrnttc party 0 187th FRA2fKFORTDECEMBElt day morning Mnj Alex Grant was mistaken for Personal Swigert Taylor last Monday because their We-1-- 1 J B Ilaly jr is visitng friends in Mem- mustaches are so much alike MONJDAY AND TUESDAY I should smile phis lion W C Owens of Georgetown wns The many friends of Miss Cecile Vaughn in the city tins week in this city will be pleased to lenrn that she TUB WOULD FAMOUS Mr II B Cutnmnclc is in the cit visit- Â¬ is to spend the winter hero the guest of Mi6s Susie Koumnn ing relatives and friends Mrs Milton MoGrew is visiting her Mr W T Rending and family who VIENNA LADY ORCHESTRA mother in Jeflersonville Ind have been visiting relatives in Shelby county AND Mr Win Cromwell is with his parents for a couple of weeks returned home Wednesday evening BaxtcS near this city for a short time Producing nightly tho most laughable Burlosquo is John T Buckley the tin roofing man Little Miss Lizzie Crutcher of Belle ot tho present any appropriately named al work in Versailles this week Point who has been visiting her grand HIS TEUTONIC MAJESTYS Miss Jennie Ilendrick returned from parents Col A G Hodges and wife in Louisville the past month returned home Louisville hist Saturday evening U S Senator J no S Williams passed Tuesday evening up tlie railroad Wednesday morning Mrs Wnites who had the misfortune to Received nightly with screams of delight and Randolph of Jessamine full and break her nrm last week is im- the utmost hilarity Tho only organization of Miss Jane proving slowly It wns a verv painful its kind that is patronizod by Lady Audiences county is visiting Mrs G M Woods accident and several weeks must elapse and unanimously firompinced by the Press and Col Frank S Owens of Maysville wns Public free trom nil objectionable features in the city the first of the week on business before she will entirely recover Mr Hugh 11 Ay res of the State GeoMiss Lily Burbridge of Covington is family of Col D Howard logical Survey who has been working up visiting the the topography of the Green River region Smith Tho partnership heretofore existing undor tho CONGLETON Mrs K R Bacon returned Monday the past three months returned home last firm namo of WAKEFIELD afternoon from a visit of several weeks to Saturday and will remain during the has been dissolved by mutual consent Thos winter Congloton retiring Parties having claims Louisville against or indebted to the firm aro requested to Miss Lulu Soaper of Georgetown came call at tho office near railroad bridge nt once Miss Ellen McAulifle returned last Satur day from a visit of two months to friends in down with Miss Nanie Archer last week for settlement J M WAKEFIELD and remained till Monday when both the THOS CONGLETON Lexington f young hulies returned to their books much Mr Frank C Hughes lett the city Wednesday morning for a short visit to the to the regret of several of Frankforts handsome beaux The business will bo continued by 1 M Blue Grass WAKEFIELD at tho some place and n liberal Mr A C Green and his accomplished share ot tbo public patronages ir respectfully so Mr W J Lewis returned Tuesday from visit of several weeks to his brother in young bride will leave this afternoon for licited it ll 4t Georgetown where they will remain for Ovvenshoro The many friends of Mr Mrs B B Wilson of the Hardinsville some time NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Green in this city wjll regret to learn that neighborhood has been visiting relatives in he baa given up his situation as chief olerk Sealed proposals will bo received nt tho City the city this week Clerks office until TUESDAY 9TR INST nt at the Capital Hotel Mr James lletlner is slowly recovering fi oclock P M for tbo construction of n scwor He is Mr Charles W Bradley of Lexington on Washington street in tho city of Frankfort from an attack of typhoid fever spent a few days in this city the first of the according to profile and specifications to be seen now able to sit up One of the brightest young ladies at tho ahove namod office W Tilford has been over to week Robt The oily reserres tho right to reject any or all in Frankfort informs us that he came down He is expected Cincinnati this week of the bids to attend to a little matter of business on home this afternoon Signed S I M MAJOR Mayor the South Side and we have every reason Attest IttSSKiL Snkbii City Clerk Mattern after an absence of to believe she knovs Little Jessie nearly two months in Louisville returned clay h haicimtt The friends of Mr S W Swift formcrh K c urmiFs home Tuesday evening Mr Joseph Olberman formerly of this of this city may feel interested in hi CO C city but now of Cincinnati has been visiting whereabouts and for the benefit of such wi will stnte that he has locntid at Crefceni Co Successors to IV T Samuels f iends here this week Beach Niantic Conncctieutt near Long Mrs Green Clav Smith left vesterdav Island Sound He has built him a house morning for Cincinnati where she will visit there and is doing well Represent lending Jiienils for a week or two Mr Jas M Todd returned Tuesday Mr Jesse McCoy of Louisville made a Homo ami Foreign Companies fdiort visit this week to his daughter Mrs evening from a vinit to Denver Colorado Oflico on Main Street opposite Farmers Bank He report Cnpf At Rental in good health H G Mattern South Side 10 4t and says At still has an interest in thrct Breck one of Richmonds belles claims at Leadville which are being Miss has been visiting Mi ses Lizzie and Pauline worked and although they have not struck Watson in this city this week paying dirt the prospects are good for a Of all kind hung nt Miss Mary Strahnn of Georgetown has rich striked been in the city this week the guest of Misses Eiiza and Mamie Smith XVIARXtIKI ny Lucy Bush and Miss Mollie Guthrie Miss At Peaks Mill on Tuesday Dec 21 by of Lawrenceburg passed through this city Elder Qeorgo DursioMr A T Daitoijkiity and Lcuvo ordors at J M Bintud Fruit Store en route for Louisville Tuesday morning Mrs Sallio Dauoiikutv both of this county 10 tf McCreary has At the rosidonoo of tho brides undo Mr D Ex Governor Jas B He is looking 0 Barrett in South Frankfort on Wednesday been in the city this week NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS well and appears to be in splendid health December 3d by Row J M Prinulo of Hcn- Uastov M Alvis of Henderson Hon Bedlord Leslie left for Barren dorson MrMay N Gidhons of this city nnd Miss AH persons nro heroby notified thnt unlcsc county Tuesday morning to look alter the their City Taxes aro paid by tho 1st of January farm he has recently purchased in that 1880 their property will bo sold to satisfy tinANNOUNCEMENTS county same nnd additional cost nlso Persona wishing to settle ecu do so by calling at the City Clorkt Mr C F Minott High Secretary Inde Â¬ CIRCUIT JUDGE Oilioo at any tlwo from his date pendent Order of Foresters of Kentucky 9 td T J TODD City ilnrthul Wenro authorized to nnnounco JOHN J ORR was in the city Thursday and dropped in of Owen county as a Democratic candidate for n see us Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho Eleventh Ju V KALTEXBUUN Cunt Tlios Jones left Wednesday morn- - dicial District subject to tho notion of tho Dum i ig for a trip to Fayette Clark and Mont OK MAIUVACTIinKR ooratic Party uuery counties on business connected with g SHOES ALL KINDS OF BOOTS SHERIFF liia otlicu street next door to nost oflluo Frankfort Mr Ed Ilenscly left for Louisville Tues Â¬ Wo aro authorised to nnnounco GEO W Main Hiiiinii inir unfit Iv firm nrnmntlv ilnnfi All Uv day morning and from thence he went out QUAItLKS ns n oandidnto for Sheriff of Frank- Â¬ wnrk warranted Ladioa Shoes a sneoialtv A on an ajdusting tour for the Royal Insurance lin ciunty at tho August election 880 subject full stock of custom shoos on hand Bc8t and to tho uction of tho Democratic party choupoHt place in town Company WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Philip Selbert WATCHMAKER IEaitcrs ublielsers Â¬ MAJOR HALL Mme Rentes Minstrels Vi-v-aaodierre JEWELER AND W December 8 and 9 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky Has just received n full stock of SILYER WAKE Goods Sold to Nov 22 CLOCKS Comet And is receiving goods daily Suit the Times tf Wash Tub Pinafore JOS LCOMPTE Y Â¬ DRUGGIST Having purchased of It Tilford tho V NEW DRUQ STORE Williams Block South Frankfort Desires to inform tho citizens of Frankfort nnd vicinity that ho will keep nt tho abovo place a full line of Â¬ DISSOTJTIOST Drugs Medicines CIGARS TOBACCO ETC Which ho will sell at prices to suit tho times A sliaro of tho public patronage ia solicited PBESCBlPTtDNS AGCURATELY COMPOUNDED 3 UOTICE Nov 22 Iy Night bell promptly answered RAM CHANCE thocntuo stock of A3 A8SIUXKK OF BF I Witt AT offer MEEK Jswek docks LOWEST k Itl CASH PRICES F HUGHES Insurance Agents The new goods bought this foil will bo fold nt first cost the other goods for less than cost niul many articles for los than half cost ns tho stock p C MEEK must bo sold low ns best manner and ns any honest compotent workman can nflbrd to do it B F MEEK Nov 15 Watches ropnired in tho tf Wall Paper Hangings CL0TH1WG BOOM Heasonabl Prices Largest Choicest Cheapest and Bed Stock ever brought to this Market To buyers of E L BAJSTTA First Class Well made - Clothing we Stylish and Shrunk inspection invito OMtTAILOIUNG DEPARTMENT Is up with tho times nil thats IfcTew Nevr and ITobfey FURNISHING DEPARTMENT more complete nnd supplied with ALL THE NOVELTIES CRUTCHER IMC AlCTf STRE IG x STARKS 1 Jol Work flcatly Exe cuted at thi Office 9 n Contractors should read Notice to Con lost a WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT couple of weeksnjro tor the returnfatof cow tractors in another column of this paper which 0 1870 they will pay tilibernl reward She wna F It AN K FORT DEOEMDEll There is to be a wedding in the Christian OF COAL from Mr Trabues place near this city is ALL KINDS at Lowest ON byHAND for sale Prices Our Sheriff has two new deputies Messrs about nine years old a pure white and Church at Alton during the Christmas hol idays G B MACKLIN Bob Noel mid Willnrd Hughefl weighed about twelve hundred pounds Mr Darkle preaches to morrow night on S The civil term of the Justices Court of A couple of young men of Frankfort D Honesty a sermon to young people G W Gwin commences December 22d were offered situations with the Mary Ander- All are invited ue- The ROUNDABOUT from hi Hon troune tins weett hut they ueciineu not If ydu dont want your property sold for 1 now till January 1st 1881 kpi cause the pecuniary inducements were Office and Residence Mansion House Block St justify city taxes you had better settle with the Clair Street deemed of suilioicnt irreatuess to We are under obligations to Mr Ins M lllem i ImKitrclins llieir reputations before City Mashal before the 1st of January 1880 Apr2 ly Todd for late files of St Louis Mo and the foot lights away from home Leave your orders at this office for New Denver Col papers It has been suggented to us that a fire or Year calling cards We have an elegant Call Two beautiful new signs now adorn the bucket brigade be formed in South Frank assortment suited to the tastes of all of Cnpt E H Taylors popular fort and the idea strikes us as being just and see specimens front liouse furnisliiii store the thing needed there We have no fire rranlc Hutchison will attend to any department for the South Side and it has orders left at this office for auctioneering An ocean of liquor was consumed in thih recently been demonstrated more than once He is a good talker and will give satisfaccity last Monday and consequently the that a working bucket brigade is a necessity tion Give him a trial streets were thronged with drunken men Let it be attended to to South Frankfort so called i l i i r lueesrs Longieion inmner vnieneiu cc r at once dealers have dissolved partnership Mr The Young Ladies Cooking Club had a Last Sunday afternoon Dr Jacob Cole- Thos Congleton retiring Mr James M meeting last Tuesday evening and decided man was returning from a patients bouse Wakefield will continue the business to give an entertainment at Meriwether at the near the Forks of Elkborn and passing a old stand See advertisement in another Hotel next Tuesdav week lOtli inst loose horse on the road the animal kicked column What has become of the Academy at the horse he was riding and struck the Why cant they give an en doctor on the right leg juet above the ankle Minstrels LOCAL NOTICES tertainment and devote the proceeds to the breaking the bone He was brought to hit New York Buckwheat Flour a Superior purchase of coal for the poor of the city fathers in this city and at last accounts Article at Day Haffs was doing well Call and see the fine stock of holiday The clothing business at the mammoth o goods such as gold and silver watches SUCUK3SOU TO gentlemens furnishing store of Crutcher Ac County Court day brought such a crowd ehaitip jewelry silver wnre ifco at Philip Starks is fairly booming They are selling to the city as is seldom seen on our streets Selberts Solid silver thimbles for 80 cents custom made and ready made clothing at There were only a few head of cattle on Leave orders at Roundabout Office for Is the Cheapest place to buy your the market and prices ranged low a few Frank Hutchison to do your auctioneering the bottom notch beet cattle selling at about 2 cents STOYES T1NWAHE Go to Griffin Bros at once and select During the absence of his father in Co- Fresh milch cows sold at prices running from your Christmas toys lorado limmie Todd overhauled and re 25 to 5 There were a large number Oysters in bulk Solid Meats received House Goods arranged the store in such good style that of horses offered for sale most of which Hotels restaurants families and daily it is scarcely recognizable It is one of the brought good prices Col Dave Peters parties supplied on the most reasonable most attractive places in the city These oysters are shipped direct tells us it was the best and busiest Couutv terms from Baltimore and not rehnudled in CinMr W J Hughes has purchased a Court day he ever saw here cinnati and Louisville and liquored with Iron and Tin Hoofing Call and see them ortion of the Theobald lot on Murra A big row took place on Market street filthy Ohio river water DAY at Guttering HAFFS Street South Frankfort from Mr Thoa about six oclock Monday evening in Get Frank Hutchison to do your auctionFarmer and will erect a residence on it in front of Mr Ed Burns store between eering Hes a good one the spring The lot is 252 by 400 feet and some of the Harrods of Bald Knob A Oysters 000 Gems of the Ocean in cans EKGLISH the price was soon on number of the police force were GLASML HISS SCHOOL solid filled with the largest finest flavored the bloody field and interfered to prevent and in every respect the best packed on A sprightly little sheet from North MiddU- I propose to opon nn English and Hnssionl town called the Weekly Bazoo comes further trouble but they had their hands the American Continent Trv them at High School in South Frankfort for Boys ami DAY HAFFS Young Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN to us this week Heres its motto Whoso full to arrest these sturdy sons of therural SEPTEMBER pros to continue till the second districts With the aid of billies and Christmas toys in great variety at Griffin bloweth not iiis oftn bazoo the same shall Friday in Juno 1880 Boys prepared for busi Â¬ nippers however they finally succeeded Bros at rock bottom prices May it live long and never ness or for the higher clashed in college not be blown in locking the pugilists in the work house Throughout the world Favorite Stoves toot its bazoo except for good Charges Per Term of Ten Months are known to be the best Use Favorite About three weeks ago Mr J M Bantn Stoves and be happy John T Buckley For tho Higher Classes including Lntiu A St Clair street merchant who has a and Grook Languages and Literature 00 00 Agent St Clair street For all others large and very fine asi ortment of ladies wide lost a fine gold ring which he valued very to DO are without question One third in advance one third at Christmas belts on hand desires us to say that they highly and at once advertised the loss of the Favoriteanil Stoves cooking best finest stoves in the and ono third May 1st 18S0 it in the Yeoman but nothing was ever are now all the rage and everybody wear Xitmlur limitfil to 30 Applications may bo Every stove is sold with a written world He offers them for sale at a bargain heard of bis ring On the following Satur- guarantee to have no equal in economy left at the Telegraph or Roundabout office them Aug 0 1870 Oin- Rouxdaijout durability convenience and beauty J B Til AMP To as he wants to quit the wide belt business day it was advertised in the and in a short time he found his ring in a avoid being deceived by imitations call and The McAulitle property on the south dish of Lutier in his store it never having examine them at JohnT Buckleys went and south ent corners of Main and been outbide the house just as bright and The largest assortment of Christmas goods at Gritlin Bros to be found in the Who will now say that Ann streets was sold Monday by Master as good ari ever Commissioner Frank Chinn to Mr Silan advertising in the Koundaiiout does not pay city Call and see them New crop choice New Orleans sugar and F Noel The houhe on the south west S7 CLAIR SrFRANXtORT AV There was a very large meeting of the molasses just received at corner bringing 4850 and the one on the DAY it HAFFS stockholders of the Kentucky Industrial south east 2250 Toilet sets vases toys and a nice line of Association at the court house on Monday goods at Gritlin Bros suitable for Christmas Cnpt E II Taylor the enterprising pro The report of the Treasurer shows that the presents You are invited to examine them prietor of the house furnishing store in Odd Association is in debt 2881 07 and ha The cheapest place in town to buy Dry 6000 Fellows Temple has secured the services of aeaets to the amount of about Goods Notions etc is at Griffin Bros TO ORDER IN ALL THE a first claes coppersmith and is now pre Â¬ After Rome discussion about the propriety Mansion House Block St Clair street twoj pared to attend to orders for copper work of continuing the fair a motion was made doors from Main repairing boilers and everything in that that a committee of six including the Presi Â¬ In a letter from Lexington Ky received line This is a long felt want supplied and dent be appointed to take the matter into by Miles te Son ordering their Patent Hour AND AT It comes high but the distillers and mill men of this vicinity consideration and report at a meeting of this expression is used the people will have it Similar expres- Â¬ will feel grateful to Cnpt Taylor for having the stockholders to be held at the court- Â¬ sions are received daily frpm all points It Use their J E M and you will never re Mcnred such a long needtd inecbanic to house on the first Monday in January Frankfort was adopted and the meeting adjourned gret jt Satisfaction guarantied Sept lflw fl I3urcklinrdt Co COALCOAL ar F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon BEST m TEE WORLD Â¬ v nrini r- Â¬ OOIUMB1A1 E H TAYLOR Co Watson Â¬ Furnishing MANTELS GEATES x Â¬ Â¬ job work a srrcmiy 1 s Â¬ V BSRBERICH Merchant Tailor Fall and Winter Suits LATEST STYLES Â¬ Lowest prices Mr W 8 McCord has built a fine to- Â¬ bacco ware house 84 feet long and 44 feet wide and has rented it for three years to Mr Frank Thomas for a drying house HousnAnouT lie is buying all the tobacco in this section of January 1881 for which he pays from eight to twenty five rom now until the tlrst JKH riaml in your nnmenccompnnied by the cash dollars per hundred nilvnntajie of this offer and get the WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Mrs Rebecca Crockett of Bridgeport who has been visiting her daughter Mrs MILCH COWS FOR SALE I havo ten good Milch Cows fivo of which frccli which 1 will sell cheap for cash 51 ONE DOLLAli o- - Council Proceedings The Anderson News comes to us this week directed in n style of hnml writing that would make the author of the Spcncc rian system of penmanship wild with envy if he could see it Several of our Frankfort merchants are receiving their Christmas goods and thelit tle folks are looking around while the old folks are staying at home and depending on the advertisements in the Koundyiiout to ascertain where the greatest variety and best bargains can be secured Mrs Franklin has a flourishing school on Oor Center and Jefferson Sts Louisville the South Side with thirty seven pupils in In assuming tho management of the Willartl Her school room is supplied attendance For the convenience- of my patrons I have Hotel the present proprietor will uso crcry effort opened a Fruit and Vegetable Store in the room with desks and seats of the most modern postponed to contribute to the comfort of his guests and received and ap- recently ocenpied by Otto Von Borrirs in addi Â¬ sustain the reputation this well known establish- Â¬ Reports of city officers improved patterns her rates of tuition are tion to my Store nrar the Wooden Bridge where referred Good beds conven- Â¬ ment basso long enjoyed will keep constantly on hand tho reasonable and her course of training is as propriately room for commercial men and first offered by Councilman I A resolution ient sample nearly perfect as can be found in any school Todd was adopted requiring the committees jlnsstnble The pntronnge of the public is so licited Bui 1 1 nun on Finance Sinking Fund Gas Water The Blue ribbon temperance movement Fire Work house Charity and License to has been inaugurated in Atlanta Ga and make reports to the Council at a called FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE three thousand persons have bound them meeting to be held in December Councilman Church offered the following Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco ConfecDKA1KB 13 selves to total abstinence The Governor resolution which was referred to a special tioneries Ac My old friends nnd the public cull givo Dont and other prominent citizens are active committee consisting of Councilmen gcnornlly are invited to street me a door east of one forget the placo Main revival Church Burns and Tobin workers and a general temperance MRS SALLIE BOIIANNAN St Clair liesolvcd That a committee of three be 3 tf in Georgia is looked for Hoekdale county Willjollntthe very lowest figure appointed whose duty it shall be to report has voted in favor of prohibition to a called meeting of the Council in De cember as to the several city oflices Madam Rentzs minstrels will give en created by this Council and the proper tprtiiiii incuts at Uaior Hall next Mondav amount of salary to be attache to the I havo just received a largo nnd complete stock of and 9th same Also to make such reports or sug and Tuesday nights December 8th best for This is said to rank with the best minstrel gestions in writing as to them seem the interest of the city troupes in the country and is unexceptional It was ordered that a quietus be issued to Consisting of Bonnets Hats Feathers Flowers Persons dosiring PURE CRYSTAL ICE can is selling reserved ex Marshal Jere Lee setting forth that the Ribbons c which lofter to tho ladies of FrankDryden in his character fort and vicinity at get it by calling at my residence on Moro or at the residence of Captain Sanford Goin I seats and those desiring to witness these aid ilere Lee as Marshal aforesaid has fully and completely and to the satisfaction to Times am now delivering ice to all pnris ot the city novel exhibitions had better see bun at once of the Board settled his accounts as Mar PHILIP H GOIN Tho ladies are respectfully invited shal aforesaid for all fines and costs collected my stock beforo purchasing elsewhere to examine The furniture business in Frankfort by him as Marshal for the years 1877 8 Sopt 13 3m MRS E S McDONALO hasnt been as good in many years as it ic and that the City of Frankfort has no claim McEwan have been against him on that account Whitesides now SAW -- MILL On motion it was ordered that the Board CHAMPION too busy to eat for two weeks past and do now go into ELY 23IDJLLE there is still no diminution in their trade BXKOUTIVB SKS810N it can They can sell furniture as cheap as Ordered that the Board do now proceed in Cincinnati and brought to examine the bids for the construction of be purchased jJkA ji Juit Main here and very much more to the satisfac-Â¬ a sewer on Washington street from Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of to the river tion of buyers The following huts were hantled m viz Flooring Weather- P 11 origan bids 77 cents per lineal foot Lumber Three very prominent gentlemen of this Tim Sullivan 73A cents John Haly 70 Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ community were sworn in as attorneys in cents G Sclmifer fc Co 85 cents Councilman Todd moved that all the the Franklin Criminal Court on Wednesday c bids be rejected and that the Street Com We give their names in the order in which mittee be instructed to advertise for new HEAVY BRIDEE TIMBERS A SPECIALTY they presented themselves for oath viz bids until next Tuesday 9th inst at 0 LDHE B Lindsey Col J P Pryor and oclock P M That thev also be instructed Mr Juo Ojjice und Saw Mill w Jlille Point They will add to draw up specifications for the construction Hon Lewis E Harvie Adopted of said work OPPOSITE much to the dignity and intelligence of our Sundiy accounts amounting to 13G0 5S Ftbl lv already noted bar were presented examined allowed anil Â¬ c Rkouiah Mhktino Dec 2d 1879 FiusiiFOitT K His Honor S I M Major Present Mayor Councilmen Bryan Burns Church Todd Tobin and Luscber Absent Councilman Duvnll Minutes of last meeting read and approved Petition of It C Steele asking the Board to slay an execution now in lorc against him in favor of the City of Frankfort which was referred to the Finance Com- Â¬ mittee with power to act The petition of Milton McGrew and others asking the Boa id to fill and macad Â¬ amize Cross street in South Frankfort Referred to Street Committee The petition of D C and Guy Barrett for a pavement on Campbell street South Frankfort was favorably reported on by the Street Committee but definite action Fannie Parrcnt returmd home Tuesday Mrs Fannie Parrcnt and little Ernest and Myrtle Robinson and Belle Aronld who have been quite ill are convalescing Our school house is actually being en larged and otherwise repaired and will in a few days lie finished thereby being more comfortable and accommodating Mr Jnmes Glore of this neighborhood has a sweet potato vine that has bloomed very much resembling the morning glory A phenomenon of this kind is unknown to the oldest inhabitants of this section The temperance cause is still on the increase here Since our last communication very interesting and instructive speeches have been made by brothers Alex Julian jr of Flat creek ami II J Hyde and Une sisrner rmntoni uoin oi jpruuKiort Pos ast Sunday night jto tf JOHN KIERHAN Â¬ W H AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Music and Musical Goods LARGEST ft BEST AS5DHTMEHT II THE BITY Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Ouitar llanjo Ac 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 Mosio received month Â¬ ly Willard Proprietor Hotel R C STEELE NEW FRUIT STORE Capt TAMES BURK WMINGKAM Clerk Cateror Sr to W Â¬ W J CHINN ALL KINDS OP COAL New Bonnets Hew Hats FOR CASH Â¬ Millix53y Goods Suit the Â¬ -- Prices POINT ji Â¬ gles c irxtNlilPOItT -- - Roll of honor of the Leettown school Having had a number of years exnencneo at buinog I offer my services to the oilizi ns of Franklin county asnn Auctioneer and will ssull Antioch stock on tho street household gondii or do gen Orders left at the storo eral fnrin auctioneering Mr Richard Kendall has moved to Belle of Mr V Derhurioh or tho stable of Dnn llnn LizzieBradley cock will receive prompt attention Charges Point Jnne Brown moderate J J PKTE11S0N C II Parrent has moved to the lower o 30 tf toll house Elmville JAMES ANDREW SCOTT Mr John Fencil will occupy the house Miss Alice Wijrjriuton in visiting friendp vacated by Mr Parrent She will mnke AJT 3LAW in Stamping Ground Mr Walker Sheets of Illinois who Jhas Will horenftorpracticc law in all tho oourt hold the lioartH of some of the boyaiiolie before been visiting irieuds in this vicinity has at Frankfort Kontuoky Oflico in fjont room she leaves tlmt place returned home Trahuos oflico of llord Mies Belle Manly is at home again In all oases in tho County Quarterly Circuit after an absence of about six months in the Mr Johnson Conway of Owen county and Criminal Courts ho will by a speoial arrange She is looking as fresh visited his friends in this vicinity a short ment have tho advico and assistance of John L IToosier State time since and as sweet as a summer rose Scott without additional charge Fub22 ly Betsy Blanton Pauline Frazer Mary E Douglass Fanny Taylor Emma Connors Edmund Tavlor William Follis Tommv Gortney Thos lellries Aleck Doutrlas Chnrlev Egbert ordered paid And then upon motion tne Board ad journed to meet again next Tuesday night Â¬ JUCTlOlLTMa I the 9th inst tho Â¬ For Information In 1 rjnrd to rates and time artilreu Kjr AT JIOUK lenl IWtfir It Tlrket igt Lautitlllr ATTORNEY TYPE ins Vine Street FRANKLIN FOUNDRY SMITH Cincinnati la Ohio Â¬ ALLISON JOHNSON Tho Type on which lliu above Foundry this pauer Ei nrluted la from asap trtt U