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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a tn f J BUCKLEY XXw LEWIS Publishers Weekly Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOGIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi Independent FRANKFORT KY Order of Foresters hold their regular meeting next Thursday even- Â¬ ing at 7 oclock Election of ofllcers for the ensuing six months will take place at that time Mr Reid keeper of the railroad bridge says if the person who borrowed without permission a twinging lamp that hung in front of his office door will return it no questions will be asked We want to buy one thousand Trade Dollars at their market value in thin city Persons having any they wish to dispose of would confer a favor by dropping us a note or leaving word at this office DECEMBER Philip Selbert f WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL EH E1TCBAVEE Clair Street Frankfort Ky Has just received a full stock of - JfBJCMjrnN s SOL aw 13 189 Number 12 sfe S T A R St T SILYER WAEE f CLOCKS And is receiving goods daily lothin The largest assortment of XX U Lib w 3 Goods Hold to Suit Nov 22 the Times tf JOS LCOMPTE V NEW DRUG STORE Read Griffin Bros advertisement nnd than go with a rush and purchase Christ mas tricks enough to make t he little folks Old Santa Glaus has fairly out happy Williams Block South Frankfort Desires to inform the citizens qf Frankfort nnd dona himself this year and Grffin Bros are vicinity that ho will keep at the above place a his special agents for Frankfort full line of Tilford the Â¬ DRUGGIST Having purcfinsed of R The excursion train to Louisville Wednes Â¬ day morning was almost empty in conse Â¬ quence of the extremely inclement weather The Blackburn Guards of Midway and the McCreary Guards of thia city went down on the special Good Heavy Chinchella Overcoats for A Handsome Fur Beaver Overcoat A Splendid Ulster for Good Business Suits for - -All Wool Cassimere Dress Suits A full Line of Hats at Less than Half Price co 4 7 8 5 6 and 7 00 10 6 50 4 50 and 12 00 Ever offered in this city at less than Manufacturers Cost UNDERWEAR SOImJELKBIS These Goods Several of our Frank foit ladies attended a sociable at the residence of Judge W L Pence in Belle Point Thursday night and And if you wish to save CIGARS TOBACCO ETC call and see us Which ho will sell at priced to suit the times had such an enjoyable time as only the A sham of tho public patronage in solicited Judge knows how to afford An elegant supper was among the god things of the PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED evening Nov 22 Drags Medicines vil- - Night bell promptly answered 13 Must be Sold by the First of January money on your purchases it will pay you to Corner Main and St Clair Sis RARE JJHANCE j B Watch AT FMEEK I offer thd entire ctock of 1 AS ASSItiNfii OP Qocb LOWEST Jewelry k MEEK There is a project on foot to have another i tlC oi cniircu mini in uns ruy uu wiuuuwi oiui Money of the Presbyterian denomination to the amount of about one thousand dqllHrsluH been subscribed the lot selected terms for the purchase of the lot agreed on it and there is every prospect that the church will be built at an early day -- i 1 1 IO tf Frankfort Gos I I ly CO BEST PLACID New In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at Hardware Store OlKXKD DV F V Gray aly bbothkbs IV SUNMON Who have just received a mammoth stock of HOUSE TLOOK CASH PRICES must bo gold VW The now goods bought this faU will bo sold at first coat thy other goods for less thin cost and many articlosfor Ioms than half cost as the stock P t ii w w V C Wntnlma rmti iil in tlin lii sl mntinnr nnil c v I ow as any honest compotont workman can allnrd IV w odo it Nov II 15 tf FMEEK Yon need never be bothered with smoke Capt E II Taylor in your house again has tli boss chimney cap and wIkju it is placed on the top of your chimney it will mnke no difference from what direction the nind blows the smoky will pour right out The harder the wind blows the greater will Go and see be the draft up the chimney it whether yon want it or not After the telephone between Frankfort ami Lawreueeburg wap put in working ttitp Monday evening the Lawreueeburg etiing band discoursed some sweet music in the Lawreueeburg office for the benefit of A an audience in the Frankfort office solo was also played in Lawrence line cornet burg which was distinctly heard in the Frankfort office- - It was amusing to see the operator in this office giving instructions to the operator in Lawreueeburg Tuesday morning about the management of the batteries anil gesticulating as though Ijia Lawrenceburg listener was present in the Which thoy offer at priees to suit everybody Ac rimvkeon nonu but the vorv best and suarnuteiovery artiolo to bo just as represontod and Full CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN Wkioiit in ovory instance A tnll line ot Call and bo convincod Aug 30 tf IIALY nilOS A TO FANCY GROCERIES - CHOICES GROCERIES TO G RTF FIX BROS in General Paints Oils Door Hardware hash Shuttors Mouldings Mantels Gratos XEXT DOOR STAPLE AND Wooden and Stone Ware And ca sr n is o goodsj WATER MILL FLOUE COMPTOVS Flour Store on Broadway Aug 110 everything usually kept in a first st Frosh Oysters always on hand 15 oluss grocery 72f Try ur 80 eontTcaand choico bra mil of CoflVe 11 DRESS MAKIHG The undersigned is prepared to do all work pertaining to the Cuiting Fitting and Making Satisfaction of Ladies nnd Childrens Dietsts guaranteed nnd charges rensunahlo IMaiO of business nt Kesliltnce ot Miss Mary A uaylo South Frankfort 8 Waterleaving thoir order Flour I Mill an it JONES got by a A Om Persons desiring a choico artiolo of jan tf DSSSOXitTTXOET Ilnving had a numbor of years exporionco al tho businoss I offer my services to the citizens o Franklin onuntyasan Auctioneer nnd will sel stoo on tho street household goods or do gen Orders left at the stor oral farm auctioneering of Mr V Uurburioh or tho stable of Dan Han Charge 000k will receive prompt attention J J PETERSON molorato 39 tf MRS A J TALBQTT NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS Conglcton retiring Parties having claims against or indebted to tho firm aro requested to call at tho office near ritilrond bridpe nt onoo for settlement J M WAKEFTELD TITOS CONGLETON firm name of WAKEFIELD A CONGLETON has been dissolvtd by mutual consent Thus Tho partnership heretofore oxistingunder tho All persons arc hereby notified that unloss their City Taxes uro paid by tho 1st of January 1880 their property will bo sold to satisfy tho Persons wishing name and additional cost kIbo to settle ceii do so by calling at tho Oity Olorks Office at any timo from this date ilesh U td T J TODD City Mnvuhal tf Job Work JSeatly Exe cuted at this Office Â¬ Tho business will bo continued by J M WAKEFIELD al tho same place and n liberal hare nf the public patronage is respectfully so Â¬ NOTICE licited T 1141 n Ki ww u wwiyppipipppippippPlpqpijj W a WEEKLY EOUNDABOTJT OfiAUDB BUCKLEY GEO A LEWIS Mr BUCKLEY LEWIS ZF 33ditcrs 03 id ublislxers 13 1875 FRANKFORT DECEMBER South Side Mrs Dr W II Hall cut a mess of as par Mrs D M Woodson left Wednesday Hgua from her garden Thursday morning for a two weeks visit to her grand mother in Lexington Wr Darsie preaches to morrow night to Miss Sndie Crittenden left Monday morn young men on temperance ah are in ing for 2iew lork where she will spend vited the winter tvith friends Mrs Thos B Abbott accomnanied bv The jury in the caBe of the Common- Â¬ Master Bob left Monday morning to visit wealth vs F J Wilson after a brief ab ner parents in xanvme sence from the court room Thursday even Â¬ Mr J C Coleman who has been visiting ing brought in a verdict of not guilty for in Louisville for over a month returned the defendant who was charged with arson home Thursday evening iM th hotao of lho lrJJe Jn tlls cosnty on Miss Sallic Sneed went to Louisville ho 4th instby Rev L P Hulctt Mr RouunT Tuesday to spend a week or ten days with J rauiiRR and Miss Mollis Moss friends At Mill ville Woodford county Deo 10th by Rov J W Pugh Mr Richard M Holt of Mrs Johnson of Louisville ib Anderson county visiting her daughter Mrs S P Browder Woodford county and Mies Avmib 0 Uaimis of to Louisville this week on business It K McClure made a short visit MARRIHD CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Fruits CANNED FRUITS v ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT JUDGE Woaro Authorized to announco JOHN J ORR of Owen county as a Domocrntic candidato for Judge of tboCirouit Court of tho Eleventh Ju Â¬ dicial District subject to tho action of tho Dem ocratic Party Â¬ Raisins CURRANTS Figs ALMONDS CIRCUIT CLERK Wo at her store youll find such a fine asHortment of candies in aro authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Clerk of Franklin county Mr W A Gaines left for Kansas City at the August oloction 1880 subjoct to tho Mrs Italian nan has been in Louisville notion of the Democratic partythis week buying the nicest lot of Christ Â¬ Mo Wednesday morning He will make that city his future home - Pecans HOMINY Bacon Meal Lard GRITS OATMEAL mas tricks If youll drop fruits nuts canned goods fire works c yon never saw before and at such low as prices as will astonish yon That paragraph going the rounds of the press that Frankfort merchants thought it more profitable to keep their stores open on Thanksgiving day is correct and that they closed doors all the same is is well they closed doors at the regular hour for closing at night The millinery btores banks and mills were closed all day a few merchants closed doors from 11 oclock A M to 1 oclock P M hut the great majority never closed doors during the day That the day was decently and properly observed in this city depends on what a person considers decent and proper If the transaction of the regular routine of business and a little larger business at the counters of the bar rooms than usual is a decent and proper observance of Thanks giving day then the day was decently and properly observed in this city Â¬ Miss Belle Grant and Miss Mnrv H Todd were among the excursionists to Louis ville Wednesday morning Mr Clay H Sale and wife accompanied by Miss Josie Murphy left Tuesday for a short visit to the Falls City Mrs Alice Hill who has been visiting friends herefor some time returned to her home in Denver Colorado Monday Miss Mollie Coleman of Benson was in the city the first of the week on a visit to her sister Mrs Eliza McDonald Mr Jake Corbett left for Louisville Tuesday morning from which place he goes home for a visit of several days Mrs W H Gray has returned from a visit to friends in Baltimore Md where she has been for a couple of months SHERIFF Floor Buckwheat Molasses N- Wo aro authorized to announco GEO W CRACKED WHEAT SYKUP QUARLES as a candidate for SherffF of Frank lin county at the August election 1880 subjoct NO to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce E HTAYLOR as a candidato for ShcrifT of Franklin county at tho August election 1880 subject to the action of tho Democratic party Woaro authorized to announco E 0 HAW GhDicc WlltM KINS a candidatefor Sheriff of Franklin county IUHVI J at tho August election 1880 subject to the action of tho Domocrntic party Call and mnkoyour purchases at Â¬ Now Crop TOBACCO CIGARS I In M SYRUP i Four volumos bound and in good order of Jas EH P C Todd s JUST CLAV i Skinners Old Turf Register and Cor Main and Ain Streets MAPLE n A young man of this city went to see his sweetheart in the Glenns Creek neighbor- Â¬ hood last Sunday and while on his return home Sunday night he was stopped by two highwaymen on the pike just above the Bnd compelled Big Eddy where the road leaves the river at the muzzle of a couple Mr H J Uunigan of the firm of of revolvers to surrender his pocket book Hughes Dunigan has moved to town and now occupies the new brick cottage re which they emptied of the cash amounting St Clair Street opposite Deposit Bank to about six dollars and returned to him cently erected by Mr Thos Farmer South Side Several young gentlemen of this place Mr 11 II Stanton jr a handsome Largest Stock of everything suitable for heard of their friends adventure with re young bachelor of Maysville arrived in the gret not so much at the loss of hiu money city Iliursilay afternoon He will spend as because they find attractions in that the winter here much to the gratification To be found in the city is at neighborhood themselves They have of his numerous Frankfort friends and greatly to the delight of several young la agreed that when they go courting on dies Weitzels Confectionery Glenns creek they will all meet at Shiloh They consist in part of Capt utiurcn at an appointed hour say ten or Sterling R S Cheves formerly of Mt passed through the city Monday Plain and Fancy Candies eleven oclock P M and come home en route for LouirfVille where he goes in Every Variety of Cakes together so as to run no risk of being re- Â¬ the interest of his new paper the Knox Enterprise which will be issued in Barbour quired to aland and deliver Home and Foreign FruHs ville Knox county about the last of this All Kinds of Nnts uionth Personal Sporting Magazine Mr and Mr Arthur Peter sr returned to their home in Louisville Monday after The volumes reach from August 1831 to Sep having spent a week with friends in this tembor 1835 city 3 ZriceT Mr Cloudas Meek left Wednesday morn If an exchange bo desired will pay the differing for Lacygne Kansns to take a position ence between the four volumes of the Register as clerk in the Great Western Hotel in that and Bruces American Stud Book Enquire at 12 2t city TllIS OFFICE Miss Turner of Louisville and Miss Blackburn of Woodford who have been viHiting at the Governors left Monday morning for Versailles Toys dec Miss Fannie Crittenden of Louisville Confectioneries left here Tuesday morning to spend the In endless variety at winter with her uncle Gen Thos L Crittenden in New York City -Â¬ Dec 13 3t HUGHES Per Vrunae n HATCHITT w Â¬ F C HUGHES T Samuels Represent leading CO Co Successors to IV CHRISTMAS Insurance Agents Home and Foreign Companies Office on Main 0 4t Street opposite Farmers Bank i L Weitzels CLOTHING BOOM FRANKFORT KY Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best Stock ever brought to this Market To buyers of HOLIDAY PRESENTS First Class Clothing Well made Â¬ Stylish and Shrunk inspection wo invito OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is up with tho times all thats ITew and ITobby FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Never more complete and applied with Mr and Mrs Jas M SafTell and their Miss Jennie Watson has been in Louis- Â¬ little boy Phythian returned home Wed Â¬ ville this week nesday They have been in Cincinnati for Mies Susie Brim of Hardinsville is visit Â¬ several weeks where Mrs Saffell has been ing the Misses Lawler under medical treatment Her host of Miss Eliza Brown left for a visit to Louis- friends will be rejoiced to know that she is restored to perfect health ville Monday afternoon Mrs W II Sneed and Mrs Win Snflell Among others who left Frankfort for went to Louisville Tuesday Louisville Tuesday afternoon were Gen J Governor and Mrs Blaokburn have been P Nuckols Col C E Bowman Gen Harris ami wife Col Stoddard Johpson down to Louisville this week and wife Mr HI Berry Judges Husbands Mies Alice Lewis left Tuesday for St Tyler and Fein ml Mrs Cornelja Bush and Louis Mo to speud the winter her daughter Mrs Katie Berry Â¬ AND TOYS OF EVEHY DESCRIPTION Call un see ALL THE NOVELTIES L -- WEITZEL Of all kinds hung nt IIV CRUTCHEE Wall Paper Hangings MAIN STREET T KALTENBttUN MAWUFACTimHn STARES 0 Heasonable Prices 10 ALL KINDS OF BOOTS SHOES Loire ordors at tf J M BanUs Fruit Store Main Btreot next door to post office Frankfort Ky Repairing neatly and romptly dona All work warranted Ladies Shoes a specialty A full stock of custom shoos on hand Best and cheapest ploe in town T T - i 3 SJT WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT DECEMBER 13 1870 The rain out boomed Grant on Wednes day and the boomers Were disappointed Â¬ The first messnge transmitted over the Hi telephone wire between this city and Law P1 renceburg was received here at a quarter H1 now tillJanuary 1st It is in after nine oclock Monday night number of new advertisements perfect working order and Charlie can now We hate a Be sure to rend them in this issue stand in Lnwrennebtirg and make an en dulcinea to the theatre The streets in the business part o the gagement to take his in this city any evening after he is through city hiul a good cleaning Monday which with his labors was much needed Mr Walter Franklin is announced in this The rain must have had a dampening issue as a candidate for re election to the effect on the reception of Grant in Louisoffice of Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court ville Wednrsday Without meaning disparagement to the Mr James M Todd received some choice other candidates for the office we feel no Better call early hesitnncy in saying that we believe Mr maple syrup this week or it rvill all be gone Franklin is the very man for the place he He has been brought up now occupies Be sure to attend the temperance meeting the Circuit Clerks office and is perhaps Election of in at the court house to night more thoroughly conversant with every officers will take place detail of it than any man in this county Many persons in Frankfort gave up the The people would do honor to themselves trip to Louisville at the last hour The and show their appreciation of the services of a faithful old public servant by rain was too much for them Mr Franklin The regular trains for Louisville were crowded Tuesday and Wednesday with LOCAL NOTICES down to see Ulysses persons going Fou Sale A thorongh bred Chester boar 8 months old Apply to EI G Banta Good Templars meet next Thursday A base burner stove good as Let every member of For Salebe evening at 7 oclock seen at E Powers store new Can the Order be present at the appointed hour J N MILES hl The ROUND ABOUT from 1881 CHRISTMAS Â¬ Â¬ Tricks JT GRIFFIN BROS ALSO A FULL LINE OF ng Stapb and Fancy Dry Goods NOTIONS AJSTD C y s New York Buckwheat Flour a Superior About thirty members of the McOeary Article at Day cc Haft s Guards went to Louisville Wednesday to participate in the ceremonies of receiving Call and see the fine stock of holiday goods such as gold and silver watches Grant chains jewelry silver ware c at Philip The alarm of fire about half past eight Selberis Solid silver thimbles for 30 cents oclock Tuesday night was caused by the Oysters in bulk Solid Meats received Hotels restaurants families and burning out of a chimney in the Mansion daily parties supplied on the most reasonable House These oysters are shipped direel terms Ben Marshall will sell you at the Post from Baltimore and not rehandled in Cincinnati and Louisville and liquored with office Ncwr Depot as nice a cigar for as filthy Ohio river water Call and see them little money as you can get in the city at DAY HAFFS Try him once Go to Griffin Bros at once and select Mr Darsie will preach to morrow night your Christmas toys Gems of the Ocean in cans Oysters on the subject of Temperance to hear people are especially solid filled with the largest finest flavored which the young and in every respect the best packed on Let the house be filled invited the American Continent Trv them at DAY HAFFS Four volumes of Skinners old Turf Christmas toys in great variety at Griffin Register and Sporting Magazine extending Bros at rock bottom prices from August 1831 to September 1835 are Throughout the world Favorite Stoves advertised for sale or exchange in this issue are known to be the best Use Favorite Mr John McCoy of the Benson precinct Stoves and be happy John T Buckley brought to this office aa ear of corn with Agent St Clair street Favorite Stoves are without question ThiB twenty six rows of grains upon it the finest and best cooking stoves in the is a little ahead of Sam Bentleys twenty-four-roEvery stove is sold with a written world ear guarantee to have no equal in economy To The special court appointed by Governor durability convenience and beauty avoid being deceived by imitations call and Blackburn to try the appeal of Thomas examine them at John T Buckleys Buford reversed the decision of the lower The largest assortment of Christina- court and ordered the case back for a new goods at Griffin Bros to be found in the trial Judge Husbands dissenting city Call ano see them New crop choice New Orleans sugar and We ask attention to the advertisement in molasses just received at this issue of Mr J M Todds grocery DAY HAFFS the nicest arranged in the city He lias Toilet sets vases toys and a nice line of everything that is good to eat and Jimmie goods at Griffin Bros suitable for Christmas Todd will show the patrons of the house presents You are invited to examine them all the polite attention that the most exThe cheapest place in town to buy Dry is at Griffin Bros Goods Notions etc acting could demand Mansion House Block St Clair street two Lnst week the grocery of Mr James doors from Main Rodgers on the Georgetown pike one In a letter from Lexington Ky received Son ordering their Patent flour by Miles mile from this city was entered by burglars this expression is used It comes high but and the renter portion of the stock carried Similar the people will have it off The police have been working at the sions are received daily from all exprespoints case the past week but aa yet no clue has Use their J E M and you will never re been found to the perpetrator of the deed gret it Â¬ w Wagons Wheel barrows Jumping Jacks Limber Jims Drums Tools Horns Whips and Tool Chests Toilet Sets Cups and Saucers I VI Vases Cap Pistols Letter Blocks Bells Battlers Rocking Horses Doll Buggies and Everything Else suitable for Flower Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aID3S in XI r WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT rotn now until the lirat of January 1S1 deml in your name accompanied by the cash and get the advantage of tliis oflcr - - Near Frattkfott V BERBEEIC MU CH COWS F0R SALE I lmro ten good Milch Cows five of which are fresh which I will sell client tor ensh JJNJu JJUJLiLAJlI Houndahout Tennie Gray visited his eister Mrs Kiel ard Morris not longsinre Misses Lida nnd Bonnie Todd of Belle Point have been visiting Mra John Stedmnu Merchant Tailor ST CLAIR ST FRANKPORT KY 51tf JOHN KIERNAN Miss Lucy Evans of Frankfort lurs been visiting Miss Emma Morris much to the The ladies of the Presbyterian Church leliuht of the young gentlemen of that will give an oyster slipper Wednesday even Â¬ W B AVERILL Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky Supper ing December the delicacies of the season 1 Doors open at six Admission 25 cents children 10 cents 17 including all little negro boy about twelve or fourteen vears old took a dressed chicken froni Mrs Bohannans ilcjor Wednesday put it under his jacket and went running up the He was caught and street at a live gait jiiade to disgorge A Â¬ Mr Sidney French has receied and ac cepted an invitation to deliver nnnddnn on the subject of Temperance at Brownsville Nebraska and will leave here for that His fuineus a temperance place next week tlecturer is not confined to Kentrcky and we predict for him a future that will on shine the fiviie of any temperance lecture He is a speaker of grea now in the field earnestness liis whole heart seeming to and i i the work in which he is engaged him to the good ve heartily recommend people of Nebraska as a man worthy ol their confidence and esteem 5 Â¬ Â¬ neighborhood Mr Todd of Louisville has been visit ing his nephews the Messrs Green Miss Jennie Todd the accomplished laughter of Capt II 1 Todd has been the guest of Miss Belle Cox but to the sorrow of all has returned to her houu in Frankforf Mrs Dr Win Morris a great sufferer from rheumatism hnsbeen taking poke root and whisky for the fearful monster The other night suffering f lightly she took a mall quantity nnd 4t was too strong of he poke root which is a deadly poison That night she was taken quite ill but as soon as her husband discovered that she was sullering from pui ou he gave her an antidote which wns all that saved her life We are happy to state that she is now Viola onvalescent Fail and Winter Suits TO ORDER IN ALL THE Music and Musical Goods LftBGEST BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY LATEST ST2T2JS AND AT Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Banjo Ac A full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ ways on hand Orilors for Sheet music solicited ly Music published anywhere promptly obtained at Publishers Prices Now Musio received month Lowest Prices Willaxd Proprietor Hotel STEELE Satisfaction guarantee Sept 13 Gni R C F SMITH M D Physician and Surgeon S WM INGHAM Capt JAM ESJBURK Clerk Caterer Oor Oontor and Jefferson Sts LonisTille SEST IN TEE WOULD In assuming tho management of the Willard Hotel the present proprietor will use orcry effort Office and Residence Mansion House Block St to contribute to the comfort of his guests nnd Clair Street sustain the reputation this well known establish- Â¬ ment has so long enjoyed Good beds conven- Â¬ ient sample room for commercial men and first Apr2i ly The patronage oi the public is so- Â¬ olnss ttiblo licited FRANKFORT XY Ja TIS lKfflfiHf IH foil NEW FRUIT STORE For the convenienco of my patrons I hav Fruit and Vegetable Sforo in tho room recently oecnpietl by Otto Von Borrics in addi tiun to my htore near the Wooden Bridge where I will keep constantly on hand tho pened a WJ F1 OHINET DEALER r lluMf51 ALL KINDS OF COAL Willscl lat the very lowest figures if If you are thinking of buying somethiig nice or the children you should not fail to go to see Mr Weitzel the confectioner Tie has some of the inot elegant cake ever made in this city a fine assortment of candies and nuts and such a variety of toys as was never seen heie below prominent among which is a large and very beautiful doll elegantly drs Ud The pos session of this miniature baby would rejoice the heart ol any little girl that has a spark of her mothers nature in her Go and see for yourself Â¬ fay Mioice Id Ml Vegetables O Tl CASH A STAPLE COLUMBIAN E H tinncrics Ac My old lriends and tho puhlii generally are invited to giro mo a call Don orget tho place Main street ono door oust o MRS SALLIE BOHANNAN it Glair a FANCY GROCERIES Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Onfec f 1 et it by calling nt my residence on Moro str ot or at tho residence of Captain Sanford Ooin I im now delivering ice tn nil parts ot the city Poraons desiring PUKE CRYSTAL ICE can tf Â¬ TAYLOR SUCUKoSOK TO Mew Bonnets New Hats PHILIP H GQIH t Watson to Co buy Is the Cheapest place Furnishing hare just received a large and complete stock o youjr Millinery Goods Prices Suit the Times ml rWyjjgarw3tTrinULJimr fc ir i Tuesday afternoon Mrs Geo B Mack Consisting of Bonnet lints Feathers Tlowers ST0VE T1NWA11F Uihhons ito which I offer to the ladies of Frank t in Iior laughters A tmie nnd Eva Mrs fort and vicinity at Landon Thomas nnd Mr Thos Macklin Goods to House were out riding in Mr Macklins carriage and stopped at Mr J no L Scotts on the The ladies nro r cpeotfully invited to exnmin my stock bntnro jiurctJiiMiig eHevvriero Torn got out to open G hill above the nity Sept 18 3m MRS E S McOONALO the gate and litla Eva drove thronjrh Just after passing the gate one of the lines drop- Â¬ Iron and Tin Hoofing CHAMPION SAW - MILL ped Iruni Evas hand and in attempting o c Guttering stop the hore she pnlle the other line which drew the horse around and upet the JOB WOKE A SPiCJAlTT t i rin rue itoree negan ticieKing anui u carriage JUl Ji AA1 JJ 1 ran and out him loose before he did HGLISI CLASSICAL BIGfl SCHQiL Tm Manuficturor of and Dealer in all Kinds of Miss Annie Macklin had a any damage t wrist sprained and en tiered a srvere nervous Flooring Weather I poinp to onon n KngHh and lnssion Lumber shock and Mra Thonms was caught under Hijrh Sntiool in Snith Frnnkfort for Boys anc Yoiirj Men on the SECOND MONDAY U Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ the carriage and jslijjhtly bruised Mra KPTKMUEll ptov citirine till the si cin Aridity in June 13S0 1oh prepared for busi Mack tin andEvaescapwl unhurt o MANTELS BATES c 1 I j- I les or for the higher olaseo in college gles c s Roll of Honor of Dudley Institute or the Charges Per Term ol Ten Months ONE 00 0 50 I HEAVY BHID6E TIHHEHS A SPECIALTY month ending December 5th for tho Higher CafsuH including Latin For nil others and Greek Languages and LUorntoro OJice and SuicMill in Utile Point One third in ndvanee no third at UhriHtitun md one third Mav lit 18S0 limited to 30 Application may ff ut the Telegraph or Hoiindtihout nfliot Aug U 1879 CmJ 11 Til Alt P Annie Duvali Florjdji Williams Fayettq Hewitt Sffiftoinette hindsey fe Faith Casey Ella Hutchison Bnfohl tlejulriclc FTope Casey Kntie Sproule AlmaScdield Sal lie Duvnll--Salina Aricr Ftbl PPOSlTE lv toRANKPORT T For iuformatloD In regard P ATaOUE enl Jaufr o A rste and Uwe addrcii Tlektt igt l oulnlllf Ky Harris W Walker Stephens Todd sjffiyiir Iohn T nrny Nannie Fitzltpgha Kenper Taylor Mac - JAMKS ANDREW SCOTT Minnie Willinm Robert Trabue Sallie Byrns Itetto Williams Jl5btJfPJiythian- Taul Mawvier ManiieKahr - W rhytluan Will horeaftorpractice law in nil the courts held at Frankfort Knntuokv Ofiloo in front room of Hord Trnnues office In all cases in tho QQuntyQunrterly Oirpuit A LL KIN5S OP COAL ON HAND and Criminal Oourtshe will by a specialarriingo ixndTorjalejai Lowest Prices by ment have tho advice and nsslstunceof Jojin L JJ MAOE LIN Scott without additional ohargc Fob221y coalTcoal y VTTORNEY T LAW TYPE ITOXJNTDRY SMITH HiS Vine Street ALLISON Cincinnati Ohio JOHNSON Is r Ctf Tho Typo on which thi mwer Jheubove Foundry En urlnteil U from m