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BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FHANKFORT The PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi KY DECEMBER 27 1879 Number 14 If dins at m am fit CONFECTIONERY AND Houndadout offiqe wa enlivened ChriatmnB day by a bevy of beautiful young ladies T LL 0 BAKERY STBBBT MAX2ST There are still a few more of those fine cigars at Ben Marshalls News Depot and dont you forget it - TIME I COME ml I go to make my purchases WHEN EVERYBODY IS PREPARING FOR TUE just received a fall stock of goods for thoCimrSTMAS ilOLIDAYS that cannotbe for sale in this issue I hnvo Dr Hatchitt advertises two two horse wagons and a team of wagon horses and mules Â¬ L u hp I Why cortainly at N - And tho question arises where shall a A fjik1 r BLACK CAKE SILVER CAKE POUND CAKE SlONGE CAKE -- surpassed by any other house in this city Toys of every description onn be had for a more trifle Capt Sanford Goin advertises accommoI have on hand at ail times Cakes of every do dations for boarders during the session of sbriptlon suob as the Legislature in another column A Â¬ young lady of this county thinkB the everything that is usually kept in Legislature should enact a law compelling And in fact a first class Confectionery I Invito all to come bachelors to marry or support all the old anil Boo for themselves before purchasing else maids whore One shoe atring one cigar and seven fireÂ¬ ClotMna House I havo on hand tho Largest and Most Complete Stock of SOL S HARRIS TA 5s m j iC e x T i -- m -- 3I - S3 E crackers was the amount of presents re also opened my Restaurant for the ac- Â¬ commodation of the public and will constantly ceived by us Christmas day and still vr keep Fine Soloct Oysters the best of Gnme and were not happy Fresh Fish nhd all other things that tho market Meals at all hours and prices roaaon affords Notice PETER C SOWER able I have OVERCOATS ULSTERS AND SUITS Ever seen in this city which I will sell regardless of present value as our Stock must bo reduco by January first I havo also a largo line of Underwear in 7i Deo 20 3m 80 A Splendid Offer 80 The Frankfort AND Roundabout COORIEMOML The Trustees of the public schools of Franklin county are requested to send in their reports by the first day of January in order that the teachers mav draw their forty percent THOS B FORD School Commissioner MEN BOYS OHILDEEN aj - v I Tlf LOUISVILLE WEEKLY Christmas Happenings WHITE MERINO RED KNIT AND RED FLANNEL GOODS WHITE MERINO SHIRTS from 25 cents up RED KNIT SHIRTS for 25 RED FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS for 75 cents 1 A burning fire crncker ignited the awning 2 25 Two papers for littlo more than tho price of one Sena us 2 25 and re Â¬ over Fnhs confectionery Christmas night ceive your home paper with the Courier- - Journal but it was extinguished before much damage And anything that is kept in a first class Clothing House Give me a call and thebegt brightest and ablest family weekly in was done money on whatever you purohaso the couutry One year for STOCK OF HATS AND CAJrS I will sare you RARE CHANGE AS A8SKJNBK OF j Some careless individual shot a bullet McDonalds show window through Mrs night which passed through Wednesday the store breakiug a mirror in the back room SOL HABBZS STAB IO Corner Main and St Clair Streets Frankfort Kyi tf OPENED BY COTmSTa KOTJSE i- BF I Watches AT offer thoientire sJook of MEEK t i Clocks Jewelry PRICES LOWEST CASH The now goods bought this fall will bo sold at fi ft coat the other goods for loss than ooat and in any urtibtos for lefs than half cost as the stock P C MEEK iiHi5ho8old IojV Watches repaired Jn tho btat manner nnd nr ftiany honest competent workman can afford B F MEEK to du it NiV 15tf - UsTho undersigned is prepared to do nil work p tattling Jo tho Cutting Fitting and Making Satisfaction Mt LiuHoaand Childrens Dresses Placo of g nffiteed andchargos reasonable lui Ui is at Residenco pr Miss Mary A Uaylo South Frankfort 1 DRESS MAKING V 8 if MRS A J TALBOTT t 4 NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYEES reby notified that unles All persons are their City Taxes are paid by the 1st of January Iftftn Hint i he Hold to Biitisfv the aiofandaddltional copt also Persons wishing 10 SOIUO can ao bo oy catling at mo uifcjr vicm p Officat any time from this dato T J TODD Vtxf KurMK Jtd nrnnnrtv Yvtll -- Too much Christmas caueed a six footer to run through a four dollar window in D L Halys bar room He shelled out the necessary lucre to replace it and went on his way rejoicing A disastrous fire came near being the result of setting lire to a pack of fire crackers on St Clair street near Main Christmas morning One or more of the fire crackers popped into the bapment room of Mr Sol Harris clothing store and set tire to an awning that was rolled tip in there Smoke issuing from the windows caused an investi gation when the fire was discovered and 1 speeedily extinguished While the police were making some arrests Oh rjstnias day it becattfc necessary to use considerable force on account of the exciteresistance ottered and during tli pipfol ill the hands of Officer Lee ment a was accidentally discharged the ball striking tvuiitiiu uruiy in me urum unu luuuiw a Gritty was a bystander dangerous wound taking no part in the nftair and Cnpt Lee regrets the accident exceedingly A disturbance occurred on the corner of Lewis nnd Clinton streets about one o clock Thursday night between some of the colored which resulted in Harry population Mordecai receiving a flesh wound in the right thigh1 from oTpiatol in the hands of Dow Smith and Pow Smith receiving six ugly cuts from a knife in the hands of Dick Higdon Officers Long and Larkin made the necesaryiarrests and Dr Lampton Price dressed the wounds Â¬ Â¬ BEST PLACE P VGray Who have Which thoy Chov ofTor In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at New Hardware Store HALY BROTHERS IK MANSION IIOUSK BLOCK Gos to suit everybody CO V rrJ - r 4A l just received a mammoth stock of at prices CHOICE GROCERIES every article to bo just as represented and Wkiqiit in ovory instance A fnll lino of NEXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS Snsh ito Li Hardware in General Paints Oils Dojorj Shutters Mouldings Mantels Grateft m keen none but tho verv best and Guarantee Full CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN HALY BROS CO - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Call and bo convinced Aug 30 tf And everything grooory CANNED WATER MnX FLOUR Wooden and Stone Ware Persons desiring a ohoico article of usually kept in a first class - 00S Â¬ figf Tryour 80 oentToaand choice branch Can got it by leaving tholr order a- JONES it of Coffee COMPTors Flour Storo on Broadway B st Fresh Oysters always on hand Aug 30 6m jau V tf Water Mill Flo mr I DISSOLiXJTIO Congleton retiring Parties having clnim against or indebted to tho firm are requested Jo call at io office near railroad brhlpe nt oiiud firm name of WAKEFIELD A CONGLETON has been dissolvrd by mutual concent Thug ACrOTI03SrB33RI3lTa I Having had a number of years exporionco at the business I offer my services to the oltizenB ol Franklin oounty aB an Auctioneer and will sell stock on tho street household goods or do pen Orders left at tho stoie oral farm auctioneering of Mr V Borborloh or tho stablo of Dan Hnn Chnrges cook will rccoivo prompt uttyntion moderate J J PETERSON 39 Tho iiartnership hrretoforo oxifting under tho forppimont J M TUOS CONGLETON WAKEFIELD v tf Job Work Keatly Exe cuted at tills Office Tho ftoss will be continued by J M Â¬ WAKE vn PLD at tho an mo plaoo anji a liberal U public patronage is respectfully ao- har lioitt ll 4t 1 NOTICE W y - T I - v - tMmtmWmfJtxmath i tflmmm- - Mlffl tMmL- - Af a c V si - v fir LE i a vrf r a WEEKIf oijAudk BUOKfilr MITO4Wv r rQEo BllCRLtY LEWI IE3aitors L 1 aradl FuTolisliexs EIUS threo moutb625 oents by poat offico money order I The Frankfort and Lawrejfcebujg Tele- nnancmi ouGavaam iumi lone mnoris orefoinSfesf bin tiSnsRCted aver the mo than waB anticipated by tie proprietors We arAnuthorlWd to announce JOHN J ORR who are clever young men and whom we of Owen Monty as a Dotnooratio candidate for are glad to sec prospering Have you seen ihe Sheriffs advertisement for State and county taxes for the year 1879 He says those who are levied upon will have the costs to pay see hand bills posted That isf right every 6he could pity his tax 1880 if he Hvanfcd to before January Is do so The sheriff says the book is due him on the fifsf tlaSJ ol June of each yea and that frohvthat lime he is ready to col lect taxes It is nothing but just that those who fail to payttyMhe firsfday of January iojjllhayetto paysoincthing extra -- f CHOJepAIlLY o Judgo oi tbo Circuit Court of tho Eleventh Ju- Â¬ dicial Plstrict flubjcot to tho action of the Dotri ooratio Party CIRCUIT CLERK i Jr- GROCERIES CANNED FRUITS - The Wbkklv Rouhdaboot is published every Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents Monex4nnybospnt Notices of Marriages Births atjd Dtaths insortojLtroo or charge uouuary nonces wni be1 ohargdfdr tit our regular advertising rates tho offiod df Clrdiiit Clerk bf tfrafiftlin coiinty nt tho August election 1880 subject to tho notion of tho Democratic party FuANKLIN as a candidato for ro oleotion to Wo aro authoriiod to nnnounoo WALTER J h - SHERIFF Wo aro authorised to BJRANKFOBT DECEMBER 27 879 wVk Roundabout is marked on the With a red X it indicates Omt first page yonr ButiScriptioii 1ms expired antl must foe renewed before you receive nnotlier paper If jour Personal Gov iBlackburfi sent a most acceptable Christmas present to J A Allen Thiirsday in ornijigr ijrjTli e - y t Bfc v fc- AL - K jt w- - w r tf-ja ffi w rH W- - Unwovaren 1 Aix Allen Mr shape of a pardon in this city this week was sent up from Daviess county on the New O Molossfes Mrs Judge Cofer is charge of forgery and still had about a r Little Rock ArkansasT TOBAciJO year to serve in the penitentiary B L Bryantof Versailles is in the Mr One of the Frankfort young men wor ciiy on a viau 10 irienu 1 a III We Eight members of tho Legislature can bo ac Ghoice Horelv distressed on Christmas day M Wfllskie is spendiugtTie holidays 3Iiss Alma Miles commodated with good board and lodging during was invited to dine with a company of ather home in this city tne session ot too Legislature Can alsoacoom friends and had no pood clothes suitable to Gall and mrvko your parchases nt Miss Belle Kirkpatrick of Lexington is moaato a number ot any boarders CAPT S GOIN wear on thc occasion and had no friend viBrtinVrelntiVes in This city y Opp N E Comer Cbpilol Square whoscclothes would fit him of whom lie iur All Jrveiiiiii ui jyenver vuhiiuuu could borrow a suit Cause there is too is expected to arrive in this city to day much of that young man Miss Florence Gqllfn thi8coiinty reÂ¬ i turned home Monday Iron atwo monfhs1 Two two horso wagons a team of good wngon The city ordinance published in another visit to friends in Taylor county Cor Main and Ann Streets horses and a team of wagon mules can be bought column of this paper are good and reflect at a oargain oy applying at ttie post otllce to A B Hammonds of Simpsonville 14 4t CHOICE 1R J GHATOIIITT iPLE- - SYflUP JUSf BEGtlVEDt a world of credit on the City Council if hn Mr accepted the positioV of bbok keeper at they have the moral couarpe to have them enforced the Champion Savv mills Belle Point Dec 13 3t Are they not afrnfd ol Dare they do it Miss Jennie Markham who is engaged the rum sellers influence at the next elec- in teaching school in Midway is spending Does not a constant violation pi the holidays with her parents in this city tion Confectioneries Toys Scc these ordinances prove that they are qfraidt Hr J up T Stout of Farmdale who has We have no complaint to make of the been in Georgia aud Florida for the past In endleia variety at Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best police The will do what the Council m6nfh with stock returned home yesterday Stock ever brought to this Market requires of them but as long as they have Mr W S Vils6n the business manager instructions from members of the City of the LouiHvilIe Commercial jvas in the Tuesday and called on the Hounjrauout Council not to molest bar keepers in their city To buyers of r Mrs John H Sutfir and Maetei Ira St Clair- Street opposite Deposit Bank open violations of the Lords Bay unless Wilson who have been visiting relatives their houses become disorderly just so long in this city for several days returned to will Frankfort be disgraced by wide open their home in Gratz Wednesday Largest Stock of everything suitable for Well made Stjrlisjj and Shrunk we invito bar rooms and drunken men staggering on inspection We had a very pleasant call from Mr the streets on Sunday and jnst so long will Ben Peering former editor of the Lexing OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT ihe eaidordi nances be as though they had ton Transcript on Monday7 He is and To bo found in the city U at Is up with the times all thats line been for several weeks rusticating in never been adopted Woodford county Weitzels Confectionery TSTevr If the Council does not take some speedy efficient bookMr McKee Hnrdie the They eonsist in part of action to have these ordinances rigidly en- Â¬ keeper who has been in the emplov of FURNISHING DEPARTMENT forced the good people of this city should Judge W L Pence fir several years hnt Plain and Fancy Candies Never more complete and jupplied with call a mass meeting and give a public ex resigned his position at the Champion Saw Every Yariety of Cakes pression of their feelings in the matter and mills Belle Point ALL THE NOVELTIES Home and Foreign Fruits it necessary take measures to nave everv Mr David B Todd of Bejle Point and All Kinds of NutsJ public officer impeached or a failure to Miss Maggie daughter of J B Moss of AND TOYS OF EVERY comply wiih his sworn duty who fails to Shelby county were joined in the holy DESCHIPTIDN 3ZA11S bonds of wedlock at the residence of the prompt action in the premises take Call an see brides father on Wedneedrty the 24th inst There are also some statutes providing -Representative Bryant of Fayette county for the punishment of violators of the has rented the handsome brick residence on Of all kind bung nt Lords Day to which the attention of the Broadway belonging to Mr John B I county officers is directed Heflner and will move his family he e This thing of keeping open bar rooms on next week to remain during the session ot ay -3tO Sunday has become sp common that every the Legislature SWINE church goer in Frankfort complains of it JVIARRUDt Z1 That it shall bo unlawful to keep any nd our public officers owe it to themselves LeavoordorrfdtJ tit Bintas Fruit Store 10 tf At the residenoe of D Kirkpatrick Esq in swine within the limits of the oity of Frankfort and their constituents to see that the Sun this city on Thursday December 25tb by Rov and tbo owner of any swine who permits the M day Laws arc complied with to the letter Dr Butte Mr Jacob Dbmy and Mrs Martha same to stay within tho- limitdof said city or any person who permits thorn to remain upon V KAjLTESBR If it is not done they will discover ot the K baton their premises after being notified one day by MANCFACTUnKa OF next election that thu moral law obnprving tho Marsha of tho City nf Frankfort to remove BORN the same shall upon convioion thereof he fined people of this community have rhjhis KINDS OF BOOTS SHOES not than two than ten dollars for Near Benson Depot on Sunday tho 21st Innt each less that said or more may remain Tn said wluch they intend -- fliiall be observecWand day swine Main street next door to post offioe Frankforf oitv afterbdWso libtifledtb rernbWtbe gaWr Ky Rtpairlnjr neatly and promptly done All afraid tiT of and eoohidfiytheyflo remuibahhll bb dwmbdaj Work JtartantediLadij8 Shoes a specialty A venders winlecwl mWI Mrl -soiUrateouoheefi T Jf TODDiJ ln tnA full itook of custom shoes on hand Best nA City Warahal to tho wife of IsaaoMV tf 6bbpaf pliioe Intownf iiiarjs m Mis Lottie Smith hab H fe this week wr L S jouhffs ot candtdnto fbr Shofitf of FrtfnKlih cbunt election 1880 subject to the notion pt mo uetnocratio party Keen visiting friends Wo are authorized to announco E 0 HAW v M KINa a cnndidatefor Sbcrtff of Franklin county f Midway nas been kit the August election 1880 subject to tho aqtion Of the Democratic party visitnig friends in luuAiiiiHS ns a oanaianto tor arorin ol tfranK- tin oiunty at tho Augu election 1880 subject to the action of the Democratic party Wn nrn Aiithnrirl tn nnnnnnnolit Tf TAVTAT aUnounci GEO W Pecansr BacoHj Laist HOlBlllV- GRlTS cat MkV - at the August as rt Floiif Meal Biieh GIGARS - - CRACKED WHEAT SYltUP Crop St r GOOD BOARD Ml - A- BuRQ IlSr Jas M Todd s k Â¬ CHRISTMAS CLOTHINa BOOM L Weitzels - First dlass Clotliing and iTobby Â¬ HOLIDAY PRESENTS -- Â¬ GRUTCHER STREET STARES L WE1TZE1L Wall Paper Hangings IRoasbriablo Prioes OBD1NANCE NO 3STOTIGE EL BANM Wji - Alt tbeler ft f TTS ZJfFniSJL ttfs Iti DT jf3 r - ij jrP3 VS -- ti iiiiifiiiiii-i-riiiiinri- iT fciiirmiff - iit2ii4ltBmmm - idU hii i MuMJTMf rait mB0JMPH y Wf l 1 iritiailIK asiHfrTB1T iM I IB T- - ilrHKBs mgmgm V TW I JUrW rUtNRAN mfff 3R2 I jJ2 9Vh 1 mm J 11 weekly RapMyoy r j I h G Vg tWA TYnTrTC KTnn jVili k JJ--- rom now until the first of lunimry 1881 dcnd in your Firtme accompanied by the cash and get the advantage or thin offer Now that the Legislature is about to con vehe in this city it might be well to call the attention of the police to tho following ordinances recently adopted by the City Their rigid enforcement would Council insure us the respect of the fiegislators and visiting strangers even though the runv r sellers wouldnt like itj ORDINANCE NO 33 Observance of Sunday OTXiJJUJdttAJmM A I hereof to keep a coffee house or tavern with the privilege 6f retailing liquor at give location of hoita ho Having paid into the Treasury of the City of Frankfort the sum of one hundred and twerttyfive dollars for the city and fifty dollars for tho State the price thereof and executed the bond required by the law of the Slate and Ordinances of the city this license is granted on condition that the shall observe the laws of the State and Ordinances of the city applicable to his business shall not unlawfully sell give or loan any spirituous liquors to minors or inebriates and shull not keep his bar open on Sunday for the purpose of retailing liquor and shall not retail liquor on Sudnny Witness Clerk of the Bonrd Of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort 18 day of this Clerk 4 A V jf jrw BERBERICH 51 MllCflCOWS FOR SALE tf Merchant Tailor ST CLAIR ST FRANKIORT KY I bavo tn good Milch Cons flto of which aro fresh nbioli I will sell ohenp lor cash W H AVERILL Opposite Post Offico Frankfort Ky Fall and Winter Suits TO ORDER IN ALL THE Music and Musical Goods LAHEEST BEST ASSORTMENT IH THE CITY o Uanjo A full line of Instruction Books al Â¬ ways on hand Orders for Sheet tnnsic solicited Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar LATEST STYLES AMD AT Music published any where promptly obtained at Publishers Prices New Music received month conviction of the violation of any he done of the provisions of the bond of a tavern on Sunday except the ordinary household or coffee house keeper shall subject the offices or other work of necessity or charity offender and his sureties to a fine of not If any person on Sunday shall himself be less than twenty five nor more than one found at his own or any other trade or call- hundred dollars JditNo work or business shall Lowest Prices IrVillard Proprietor Hotel STEELE Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 Gtn R C Â¬ NEW FRUIT STORE ing or shall employ his apprentices or other person in labor or other business whether the same be for profit unless such as is permitted above he shall be fined not less than two nor more than fifty dollars for each ofiense Every person or apprentice so employed shall be deemed a separate offense Perdous who are members of a religious society who observe as Sunday any other day in the week than Sunday shall not be liable to the penalty prescribed in this section if they observe as Sunday one day jn each seven as herein provided WM INGRAM Oapt JAMBS BURK Oor Center and Jefferson Sts Clerk Caterer Louisville In FiUNKKoitT Ky Dec 18th 1879 of For tbo convenience of ray patrons I bare Hotel assuming the management use the Willard every effort tho present proprietor will Editor Roundabout opencil a Fruit and Vegetable Storo in tbo room to contribute to tbe comfort of his guests and In the publication of my communication recently oconpiod by Otto Von Borries in addi- Â¬ recently under tho head of Questions tion to my Store near tho Wooden Bridge where sustain the reputation this well known establish Â¬ ment hasao long onjuyed Good beds convenfor somebody to answer and declarations I will keop constantly on band tho ient sample room for commercial men and first for some one to affirm or deny you will jliis table The patronage of the public is so- Â¬ perceiveno doubt several typographical er- Â¬ Very Fruits Vegetables licited rors were made which yon will be so kind as to correct inasmuch as if not corrected it FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE will leave a not very favorable impression on the minds of many of those who perhaps Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco ConfecDEALER IN would not think how greatlv the sense of tioneries Ac My old friends and tho public one paragraph might be changed by the generally are invited to givomoacall Dont omission of one single word To cite them forget the place Main street one door east of AIRS SALLIE BOHANNAN ORDINANCE NO 34 to one in particular might suffice but while St Clair 3 tf Willsel lat the rery lowest figures mentioning one I desire to allude to others Taverns and Cojfeehoues so changed as to destroy the original gramof 1 In addition to the requirements IT I UCP 1 do not wish to be matical construction ft City Ordinances all tavern keepers and misunderstood by LJLf 11 lib JJ the public or placed unvendors ot spirituous liquors by retail shall intentionally by you in a false light there- Â¬ comply with all the requirements of the fore 1 will to the conspicuous I proposo to opon nn English and Classical State laws before license shull be granted error first to refer There most divinity that High School in South Frankfort for Boys and wit is a tho SECOND them shapes our end single noun because jt re- Young Men onprox to continue MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER till the second 2 When any license to keep a tavern fers to the end of the human race Friday in Juno 1880 Boys prepared for busi Â¬ with the privilege of retailing spirituous but it does common Persons desiring PURE CRYSTAL ICE can not follow that liquors is issued the bond shall be iti form anything to do with the that divinity hasÂ¬ ness or for the higher clashes in college get it by calling at my residence on Mero street shaping of FrankCharges Per Term cf Ten Months or at tbe residence of Captain Sanford Goin I as required by the Statute Laws of Ken lin county Now place the word juries after am now deliroring ice to all parts of the city When a license is to keep a coffee- Â¬ the word county tucky and the sense is entirely For tho Higher Classes including Latin PHILIP H GOIN house the bond shall be in substance as changed and and Groek Languages and Literature 00 00 the correction will have been follows 50 00 made Again the repetition of the prepo- For all others One third in advnnce ono third at Christmas Know all men bv the these presents sition on after devolves Is there such a and ono third May 1st 1880 his sure- Â¬ thing and that we as a professional juror instead of Number limited to 30 Applications may be ties are held ajd lirmly bound to the jurors In this everlasting glory instead of left at the Telegraph or Roundabout office Board of Coiincilmeu of the City of I rank his To be secured instead of to be seen Aug 9 1879 6m- J B THARP fort iii the sum offive hundred dollars for only on a Franklin county jury Present the payment of which we bind oirselves tense deserves our heirs executors and administrators place Is it to instead of deserved in another be presumed instead of it is firmly by these presents c in another place and one or two others Witness our hands and seals this day of but little consequence Anil now Mr 18 of LL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Editor with these few corrections and an The condition of the above obligation eye to and tor sale at Lowest Prices by the interest of the public good firm has is such that whereas the said G B MACK LIN in my convictions of what is right I am obtained a license to keep a coffee house on resolved to stir up the short comings in the City of bruukfort for the seemingly have not been dazzling in that CHAMPION SAW -- MILL vain tcriil of one year now if the said official horizon for shall keep nn orderly and quiet house and here in 1 this not claim or make sometime do past any pre not permit gaming or riotous or disorderly tentions to any extraordinary powers in conduct therein and shall uot unlawfully sell give orloan any spirits of any kind to wielding the pen or exercising any extra t fSlSSSyg-ll-tfl11 Bitew u minor or an inebriate and shall not keep influence by pouring out brilliantly ex Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of open his bar nor sell nor offer for sale haustive articles from tune to time nor do I predict that I could enliven your columns any spirituous vinous or fermented liquors Flooring Weather on Sunday and shall otherwise comply with I any rare gems of sparkling spicy wit Lumber but do claim that it is within my province with all the Ordinances of the City of Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ Frankfort in relation to coffee houses and to ask some common sense questions and mnke some plain unvarnished statements coffee house keepers then this obligation to c be void otherwise to remain in full force thnt are always open to nil honest men to Therefore with this answer ajfirin ovdrny and virtue honest view the people of this county if LONG HEAVY BniDGE TIMBEBS A SPECIALTY Signed occasion requires it will from time to time ra Ojjlce and Saw Mill in Belle Jhiut have their attention called to this subject l8 and if the unlawful practice is persisted in Approved by life Bourd FRANKFORT For luformitloo In retard to rilu nd Umt Wrt the matter will be sifted to the bottom and OPPOSITE Mayor Attest C F 4TM0RE Cenl Vugtr Tleket IgU Uabvllle Kjr lv Ftbl again expect to hear from they may 3 When any tavern or coffee house Enquirer license is granted by the Council the bond JAMES ANDREW SCOTT JTRANKI iIlSr Bishop Toebbe bus addressed an open executed and approved the State and city tajcpajd and all the requirements of law letter to the congregation of tbe Church of the ifd city regulations complied with the Immaculatu Conception at Newport com Â¬ Will horoafterpraotioe law in all the oourte hold Clerk shall issue a certificate of license to manding parents under penalty of disbar Â¬ at Frankfort Kontuoky Offioo in front room FOUNDRY the person to whom granted in substantially ment from the saoraments to take their of Ilord t Trabuo8 office 10H Fine Hmt Cincinnati Ohio In alloaseMn thq County Quarterly Circuit the following Covin children from the public schools and send and Criminal Court he will by a special arrange ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON Tim is to certify that has ob Â¬ them to tho parochial school connected meat bavo tbo udvioe and asaistnnoeof John1 II Tho Type on which thin paper la printed U from tained a license Jor one year from the date- with the churchKy Ninas Scott without iddUionalohargo Fcb22 ly the ubovo Foundry En H Â¬ W J CHINW O ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ Â¬ FOR A SEC Â¬ ICE ICE Â¬ COAL A COAL Â¬ BELLE POINT KY W L PENCE iayf M gles c rjs ATTORNEY AT LAW TYPE I1 1 - - Gtf i vf V mam 2 m c f mmp twinwn hi -- r vs wmTy Mf flMfemfo PItANKFOHT DEOEMBBR 57 1879 TwoIiutStirSflpCpA31Sd8 p8brn the show window t Mr J M Todds grocery T tho figures oivtli pier indicating about twenty five feet of waiter in tlie clinnnel wee K riivJaptjhoomiiiffj J LiiiilL Q Pk m ptaMiwiiii w ii iniwuiMWf T-- TTr-T-- K r It- mm Little Minnie eldest daughter of Col and Steam was raised Tuesday afternoon in Mrs J no L Scott fell from the stair banister at the first stair landing to the floor in the new Champion Saw mils in Belle Point TheStnr of Bethlehem Uthe subject the hall below last Monday and sustained Judge Pence is now ready for the now sup M fMrWe sermon tcHrrroiv tnoriVinL She Jariow recover-- ply of logs brought down pn the recent qjqttio spverc jnjurics - The UBunf Service at jiigjitV 3f ra i high tide r ing AND J fiV ladies of tfYAnkfoft wil1v jgive THeyoutig Mm R E Finnell who lives at the G The celebrated BergerJajnilywilJ oppear n Leap Year hop at Capital Exrtcl on the in this city on t ZOfh of Jariuary To north east corner of St Clair and Mero St Clair Street Frankfort fcyT fciglit of January 9lh 1880 those who heard them when in this city streets just pne square bqyond he State Has just received a full atook of The largploll that wae Tattled at WcitzelH neVcral years ok6 the announcement- - of House is prepared to accommodate a lew tSbnfectionery on Monday was won for Mrs their coming will he Avelcome information boarders at reasonable rates SILVER WARE LOCKS S F J Tralme the number thrown being and to th 03e who had not the good fortune The Howarls the famous boat builders And is roeoiving goods daily to witness their performance we say be sure forty three of the Ohio Falls have been employed by t i i to have yourself a seat reserved for tlie even Â¬ Goods Sold lo Suit the Times J Col S V Pence to build a fine steamboat The continued heavy rains of Hiej first ing of the 20ih proximo - of the week interferecT with the amusements saw mill for him When completed it will Nov 22 tf 6f the small boy Tod much of dampness the readers of the iRoUNDAnouTijn this be brought up on Kentucky river and put sport for citvwtlU liave presented to them on New to work f Tudce VVm Lindaav made liia little Years Day a handsome New Year uddress Burckhardts meat store was handsomely tiehterMamiea Christmas present in the written by a poet well known and appreciat- Â¬ decorated on Christmas day dressed mut- Â¬ Having purofiased of It W Tilford tho shape of a fine piano from the establish Â¬ ed in literary circles The Roundabout has ton dressed shoats and all kinds of cut always been delivered to subscribers ment of Wihg Son New York ment deing displayed around the house promptly in rain nB well as in sunshine with much taste A profusion of fancy Eight passengers were carried to Law and we nsk that the carrier be rerriembered Williams Block South Frankfort colored ribbons added much to the general Tenceburg Wednesday in the one horse mail in a substantial waykt Desires to inform tho oitizons of Frankfort nn t effect of the display who Wfliron and five or six persona yiohntj that ho will koop at tho above plaoe a Some people have sjuguJarUhmq ofjjow full lino of wanted to go hjndto get othefconveyances LOCAL NOTICES tefcw Wouldnt it pay to run the atnge from the peace and order of Frankfort should be preserved Their notion seems to be this For Salk A base burner stove good as here to Lnwrenceburg rr When an officer a rjets somebody they rush new Can be seen at E Powers store ijil CIGARS TOBACCO ETC Extfa select oystersarel seJIfngin Louis in and sieze the officer or interfere with hia J N MILES ville at fortv cents per can wholesale and control of the prisdner We say hands off New York Buckwheat Flour a Superior Which ho will sell at priced to suit tho times A sharo of the publio patronage in solioited F V Grav Co and let the police do Halfs forty five cents at retail their duty If one of Article at Day Call and see the fine stock of holiday PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED afe selltng tUe same oysters in this city at ficer isnt sufficient to make an arrefet ej goods such as gold and silver watches forty cents per can th same price that him call another or a by stander and let fc- Night chains jewelry silver ware c at Philip Nov22 ly bell promptly answered infcLoHisvHle sll wholesale other people attend to tlie dealers eir private affairs Selberts Solid silver thimbles for 30 cents and keep but of the way A elear field and Oysters in bulk Solid Meats received If FranKliniJ and Laura CJarrington fcC S Hotels restaurants families and daily vff6 leMnP a fair show for tlie police say we children of A C Carrington parties supplied on the moat reasonable State for Arkansas in 1850 and from These oysters are shipped direct terms YL Arkansas to California in 1854 will comirom xsniiimore aim not reunnuieu in Cin- Â¬ municate with this office thev will hear of The entertainment given at Meriwether cinnati and Louisville and liquored with Office and Residence Mansion House J1lock St Clair Street Kentucky Hotel Tuesday night by the Young Ladies filthy Ohio river Water Call and see them something to their advantage Vr DAY HAFFS at lPlRANlWOXlrr ICY papers please copy Cooking Club was one of the most enjoyable Apr2G ly Go to Griffin Bros at once and select The parlors were A young gentleman of this city has re- ever given in Frankfort your Christmas toys ceived for a Christmas present a beautiful full of young people notwithstanding the Oysters Gems of the Ocean in cans blue silk smoking cap and a pair of the hard ram which came down in tprrents solid filled with the largest finest flavored most exquisitely embroidered silk half hose and the hours glided all too swiftlv by and in every respect tlie best packed on Irythem at The work was done and the presentation About half past ten oclock the company the American Continent DAY was invited to supper andshade of Epi made by one of Woodford county s most curus such a supper Nothing that could Christmas toys in great variety at Griffin fascinating daughters please and satisfy the appetite of even the Bros at rock bottom prices This being the anniversary of St John ancient Greek philosopher was wonting Throughout the world Favorite Stoves the Evangelist both Hiram Lodge No 4 Besides a superabundance of the substantial are known to be the best Use Favorite and Esoteric No 532 will hold their annual things of life every delicacy that could be Stoves and be happy John T Buckley Hiram will found in this and distant climes was on Agent St Clair street election of officers to night Favorite Stoves are without question meet promptly at 7 oclock and Esoteric will hand placed before the guests in the most the finest and best cooking stoves in the meet at 7A A full attendance of the mem- tempting manner Everv good thing of world Every stove is sold with a written ebers of both Lodges fa Requested life must end sooner or latgr and the sup- guarantee to have no equal in economy To per was no exception When everybody durability convenience and beauty Mr McLean the clever proprietor of avoid being deceived by imitations call and present had been more than satisfied the Capital Hotel treated his guests to such a examine them at John T Buckleys was cleared and Souths famous i dinner on Christmas day as is only heard of table The largest assortment of Christmas of such ravishing His tables fairly orchestra hegnn strains once in a great while goods at Griffin Bros to be found in the soul in the room involun- Â¬ city Call and see them groaned under the weight of good things music that every 8UCCE380K TO tarily kept tifriclwith thjelr rfpet while the provided by the genial host and the New crop chojee New Orleans sugar and - question was not what thave wo for dinner giddy dancers whirled round and round ip molasses just received at the mazes of the drepiywlt This was DAY HAFFS but what have we not for dinner Is the Cheapest place to buy v ir kept up tilltwo oclock Wednesday morntoys and a nice line of -Toilet sets vases i Mr Sidney French delivered a temperance ing when eaoh laddie took hisjussjie Jucked goods at Griffin Bros suitable for Christmas STOYES TJNWAKE You are invited to examino them to one of the largest and most select her dainty hand under his own strong arm presents lecture The cheapest place in town to buy Dry audiences ever oaseinbledto hear a pay lec- Â¬ and saw her safely home The Y L C C is at Griffin Bros Goods Notions etc Goods ture in Brovvnville Nebraska his old home has covered H with glory eclipsing Mansion House Blook St Clair street two House Inst Saturday night He was received in anythjng ever seep in thcy papjtal pity doors from Main the most flattering manner and at th con- Suchcooks Such managers Such en- Â¬ In a letter from Lexington Ky received SBTv They are by Mijea Son ordering their Patent flour Such fascinators clusion Jo JlhiB lecture waa overwhelmed tertainer It comes high but Iron und Tin Boofiiig At the urgent eolici entitled to the palm to say nothing of the this expression is used with congratulations will have it Similar exprea gmt place1 ho tlianke of their guets The State caphot the people recqfveldajly fronv all pbYnts tation Bioti8rb delivered a free lecture to thein on Tuesday pro4pelvnAthelfjjoRkiiigQltib like iu Long UsetWJ E MM Bud ycJii vyUI ijever J0J5 WOUK A piayMfllounah gret it night will convene in this city Â¬ Jlil Thrcc8tnrc VJ l n WATCHMAKER h fill urn m JEWELER EXT t HAVER ftl kl k - out-of-do- BK UGfferlT jos rcoMPffi - - NEW DRUG STORE Drugs Medicines Â¬ 00 P SMITH Physician and Suf gebnr Â¬ BEST m TEE WORLD haffs Â¬ - Â¬ COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR Qo W atspn it r- - r Â¬ - - FurnisMng Â¬ MANTELS Si i aRATES sncjLa- ortttj8t irr r - rf X - riwrr ngTiTir nnt iiinwi tt lhiuhb mrr VVHHHHBmhHHkImMJBHIb mrr -- - - rKiOUIXiMLj 11 i - li--raOs P V - ffiil JtfVtFr 49h1J - T XT i ft ia tf I WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT W-e-1-1 Supplement With coal at its present high price there can be no better investment than a few dol- Â¬ Subscribe for the Kounijauout a year lars They put in patent weather strips keep out the cold and keep in the warm Royal Templars meet next Thursday requiring less than one half the fuel neces Â¬ evening at 7 oclock Ybu sary to keep the room comfortable The river at this point has risen two feet can buy them cheap at Capt E EI Tay- Â¬ since yesterday morning lors holise furnishing store St Clair street I should smile I 1 Some interesting communications necessarily crowded ont this week were Fine Music Frankfort Ky Nov 19th 1879 There will be a temperance meeting at Editor Roundabout the court house to night A cordial invitaQuite a number of our citizens had the Â¬ tion is extended to nil w till the first of January me KUUJNJJAtJUUT irom now 1881 for ONE DOLLAR One of the moat convenient articles to have about the house is a first class pair of scales The nicest and cheapest we have Been recently can be found at the store of Capt E II Taylor dealer in house furnish ing goods St Clair street The examining trial of F J Wilson and W A Lacey two of the parties arrested on suspicion of having murdeicd Hezekiuh Gardner was begun Tuesday morning and has occupied the balance of the week The taking of evidence was concluded yesterday afternoon and the argument commenced At this hour 11 A M no decision has been reached Mies Ada Gray made her appearance at Major Hall last night before a small but pleasure of hearing some good music at Major liall on the occasion of Katie Put Â¬ nams entertainment Monday night This new musical organization has been formed through the untiring efforts of Mr J J South who has been working and planning for a considerable time to bring the right material here for the purpose of establish Â¬ ing a permanent orchestra and brass band worthy of the kind notice and patronage of The enterprise our pleasure lovingcitizens in an artistic view is certainly a grand success as proven Monday night by the hearty applause with which several of the selections were received by the audience who also plainly showed their superior culture and refinement by the close attention not only to the entertainment but also to every piece of music by the orchestra Pro fessor Charles E Hill the talented leader and musical director of this orchestra has now decided to permanently locate in Frank fort and we feel safe in stating that we have the right man in the proper place this time Mr Hill comes to us well recom- Â¬ mended and with a vast experience as a teacher of mtiMc and director of orchestra and bands boh in Europe and America ED Â¬ appreciative audience in the thrilling drama of New Magdalen She is well supported and her acting was as fine as has ever been In the witnessed by a Frankfort audience meeting between Mercy Merrick and Grace Roseberry she was superbly grand and was roundly applauded Ths afternoon at 2 oclock there will be a matinee at which time will be presented Eust Lynne and to iight Miss Gray will appear in Article Go and see her by all means Forty seven Good people of Frankfort does it ever occur to you as you luxuriate in fine dress ing irowns easy chairs and embroidered slippers in front of blazing hot fires that there are hundreds of poor people in this city who are shivering with cold over a few Alton Miss Bettio Doolin of Lexington is the guest of Miss Emma Wilson Mr John Duncan and wife of Scott county are visiting relatives here Our old friend J T Stout starts South Monday with a car load of mules Miss Hattie Buckley of Frankfort is visiting the family of Mr J T Stout of Lexington Elder A P Terrell preached us an excellent temperance sermon the second Sunday of this month We hope it may prove beneficial to all who heard it Married At the residence of the brides mother Mrs Eliza Gaines near this place on the 1 1th inst by Elder Crenshaw of Versailles Mr Thos Hawkins of Woodford and Miss Mattie Gaines Married At the Christian Church by Elder Com Thursday November 13th Mr William Young and Miss Mary E Wilson both of this county Attendants Misa Bettie Doolin of Lexington Miss Minnie Roberts Mr Willie White and Mr N P Green jr After the marriage ceremony was over a large number of friends accom Â¬ panied the happy pair to the home of the groom where they partook of an elegant supper The brido was the recipient of a number of elegant and useful presents May they be happy and prosperous is the Daisy wish of numerous friends Â¬ embers scantily clad and poorly sheltered from the piercing winds and biting cold Any coal dealer will tell you that not a day passes but scores of poor people come with a sack basket or bucket to buy Jive cents worth of coal to keep from freezing and yet there are thousands of dollars lying idle in Frankfort the owners waiting and watching for an opportunity to invest them profitably It is time relief committees were organized and at work to alleviate the wants of the needy poor I mmmmmrmm WW7