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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i 14 jii y ii i p n j The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AtfD SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume r hi a 1 FRANKFORT KY The Rtockholdera of the Kentucky In dustrial Association will meet at the courthouse in this city nt2 oclock p m next Monday at which time tlie committee appointed at the last meeting will submit 0 report in reference to the continuance of the fair Let every stockholder be present determined to continue the fair at any cost Â¬ JANUARY 3 1880 I AT Number 15 Now Year Greeting The icy breeze Of the Northern seas Comes over us with a shout - The City Council xvill elect city officers next Tuesday night to serve the ensuing year IS SIB 1ST T Mr S Dunlaps black horse took fright AND at some object near Williams corner South And its voice is clear Frankfort Tuesday afternoon and ran axvay Oh this young New Veav As it circles us round about with the buggy to which he xvat attached tearing it to pieces and depositing parts of We have journeyed along A little boy xvas the With frolic and sonc While some tinners were at wbrk on the it in several localities I hnvo just received a full stock of goods for Thtrough the days now past and gone buggy and escaped tlio CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS thnt cannot bo the robf of the State House Tuesday little Pat only occupant of So well give a sigh surpassed by nny other house in this city Toys McDonald Mack Phythian and other unhurt For the time gone by of every description enn bo lind for a mere trifle And a health to the New Year born boys of their size ascended to the roof The heads of a buffalo elk and antelope I Imvo on hand at nil times Cnkes of every deper- Â¬ have been received by Mr Jas M Todd scription such as without the knowledge of any grown Rut in lookinc back The elk BLACK CAKE SILVER CAKE sons and while there Pat McDonald this week from the far West Oer the beaten track devious winding route And the slipped the roof being wet and barely head is the finest specimen ever seen in this rUUiNJ CAKE SrONUE UARE In our sensitive mind escaped falling over the eaVes They were country The antlers have seven prongs And in fact cvorything thnt is usually kept in Some sorrows we find a Grst clag I at once ordered down and while making on each side measuring a little over four nnd poo for Confcotionery before invito all to conic Have followed us round about themselves purchasing clsc- the descent down some very narrow steep feet in length and three and a half feet xvnero For sometimes clouds stairs Mack Phythian lost his footing and apart at the widest point They can be With thejr gloomy shrouds fell a distance Qf about twenty feet striking seen at Mr Todd s grocery VDrapedJtlieJsilvry crested5 moon His Arid ourlovers would fadej on the upper part of his forehead I have nlso opened my Itostaurant for the nc The following officers xvere elected by oouitnodution of the public and will constantly inthe darksome shade In companions thought he was killed as Lodge No 6 I 0 0 F Monday keep Tine Select Oysters the best of Gninunnd AncUit way not always June deed he was nearly so for a few minutes Capital Fresh Fifh and all other things that tho market ensuing six months atrords Meals at all hours and prices reason Â¬ and ran hastily for Dr Rodman who lost night for the moments of bliss There were PETER C SOWER able N F Richardson N G And a lovers kiss no time in getting to the wounded boy Deo 20 5m C A Nelson V G And a mothers earnest prayer Upon examination he found that no bones W S Dehoney Sec But our hopes oft waned were broken but that a quantity of bruised Geo W G xv in Trens were pained And our hearts Alex McEwnn Host blood was accumulating at the injured part With sorrows that lingered there The place was skillfully opened with a Officers of Oriental Encampment No 4 The Frankfort Roundabout 51 So well bury the past pocket knife and in a short time Mack I In a sepulchre fast 0 0 F were elected last meeting night AND was able to go home As we list to the school boys shout as folloxvs AndWell give a cheer THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY GOUHIER JOURNaL E Whitesides C P A Week of Prayer To the glad NeW Year W S Dehonev II P Ono year for 2 25 Two papers for littlo more That circles us round about than the prico of one Send us 2 25 and re Â¬ The Baptist Christian Methodist and Gus Shaefer S W ceive your home paper with the Courier- - Journal J Whitehouse J W sing of the blooms will observe the Well Presbyterian churches tho bust brightest and ablest family weekly in And the sweet perfumes J R Williams Scribe week of prayer in suitable united services the country G W Gwin Trots Of the summer days to come to be held each night during next week at times And of better commencing In our fruitful climbs the Presbyterian Church The following officers elected to serve the And of Labors busy hum promptly at 7 oclock In accordance with ensuing six months in Frankfort Council AS ASSIfiNKK OP the recommendation of the American No 7 R T of T will be installed next Of valleys that gleam Branch of the Evangelical Alliance the Thursday evening The meeting will be Where a silvery stream murmuring in and out Glides following programme of services will be called to order promptly at 7oclock and I offer tho ontiro stock of Of the locked up stores followed every member is requested to be present And the hidden ores Monday January 5 Thanksgivings for Geo A Lexvis S C We will tell in our Roundahout Watch Jewelry II G Mntteru V C the blessings of the past year and prayer Rev J M Lewis Chaplain Of the wealth untold Rev Mr Darsie to for their continuance Claude Buckley Kec Sec That like binning gold AT LOWEST CASH PRIECS conduct the meeting Lies buried vast anil deep Jus G Braxvner Fin Sec Tuesday January 6th Confession of sin While our sons sit still Jas N Miles Treas The new gods bought this fall will bo sold at On valley and hill Ilarrv Buckley Her li rst coat and humiliation before God llev Mr tho other goods for lo a than cost and In a death like stupid sleep P F Smith Guard many articles for lot s than half cost as tho itoek meeting Lewis to conduct the P C MEEK II J Hyde Sent muse bo sold Wednesday January 7th Prayer for the awake I Kentucky Elder Geo Darsie xvas elected Trustee to Like a frozen snake Watches repaired in tho best manner and us Church of Christ its ministers its growth serve 18 months next ensuing Ye lie or a drunken lout low as any honest compotcnt workman can ntlord nnu iur re Â¬ in grace anu us enmrgumem B F MEEK do Awake arise v The following oflicers xvere elected by the to Nov it 15 prize vivals of religion throughout oilr country tf Win the golden Masonic Lodges in this city on Saturday That is scattered all round about Rev Mr Miller to conduct the meeting ensuing year 8th Praxer for Decemler 25tli for the January Thursday Dont leave thobe hills IODU13 NO 4 IllUAM for the family and Christian education That your treasure fills The undersigned is prepared to do all work Geo A Lewis V M To go to an unknown land institutions of learning for Sunday schools ptirtuining to the CuMing Fitting and Making Jno B Kirtley S V r There are pleasure and health utisiaatfin Rex Mr of Ltulios and CbUdri nV Diosses and Christian associations H T Wood 7 W And untold wealth lhieo of giiiiriintecil and ib urges rrasomiblo V Heading Treas Pugh to conduct the meeting at ltetidtnco of Miss Mary A Onjlo Hy those magical breezes fanned buincs E Whitesides Sec Friday January 9th Prayer for nations South Frankfort D MRS A J TALEOTT Hev J M Lixvis S 8 if Let labor and song rulers and people for peace and religious D V A Kaltenbrun J Chuer you all day long Rev Mr Smith to conduct the liberty Gus Shaefer S ami r And this sluggish apathy rout in New Year meeting And the bright NO Oi- iKSOTUKIO IOI10I3 our spirits cheer Will Saturday January 10th Prayer for Jas B Hawkins W M Having had a nuinhor of years exporienee at As it circles us round about tho business 1 otter my sorvieos to tho oitirii8 of Fdreigif Missions for the out Â¬ Todd S V W Johnston Home and Franklin county asan Auotloju or and xvlll sell David Nicol J W pouring of the Spirit upon all Ueeh and KlrVw DcOruvia Deputy CountyClerk stock on tho street household goods or do gon W Pruett Treas Orders left at tho stoio xvorld Revi Mr oral farm auctioneering liHfbpught one of the old barracks in the conversion of the Jos Sxvigert Sec of Mr V Berberich or tho stublo of Duu Han Â¬ Snuiii Frankfort anil having converted it TJarsie to conduct the meeting SD Charges cock will receive prompt attention J J PETERSON modorato rnWcfiUiihmny Alfnre cordially invited to attend- - these IJ Jeenpn J D CitfdwellWMw 3D tf J E Kershaw S anuVi meetings toil CONFECTIONERY MAIN BAKERY STREET Â¬ Â¬ V 80 A Splendid Offer 80 RARE CHAKCE - B F MEEK Ms k BUESS JIABIHG t -- X nfflO ifJ m - aJteffV 1y jr I u wi lift itmtk mi w tfift4U MHGnr HBagnssir IBIWBESPmr f n im ji mil MfrMMMBBimmartlMW TfPPW nFBP iT ViwKV vffTT TTvTff M - V J i WkaHHMKSXBMWKiFX -mmmh iw iimi HPiHvnBBiu iij a f9tJHBs i w it I v Tn- - WEEKLY EQUKQABflllff otjAUDK ninjKrEV ii reminder of the dnnper of handling fire- - BUCKLEY gro a ijeWis unloaded LEWIS Mr Ben 0 Wj WilHqni9 telepJiQne operator at Lnwrcnnpliniir wniTin tlin nitv Rntwliiv nnd says wiuj sojjer all day qnd wain us to 1 i EJcLitcrs 0333 aPnaVolisliers TERMS The Wkrkiy Roundabout is publishod ovory Saturday at one dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 60 cents three months 25 cents or registered letter at our risk Monoy tnuy bo sent by post office money order Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserled frco of charge Obituary noticos will bo chargod for at our rogular advertising tatcs FRANKFORT JANUARY 3 1880 J 3 Temperance meeting at the court house Good speakers from to night a 7 oclock a distance arc in the city some of Vhom Good speaking and a dertaking will be present rousing meeting Let everybody turn out Deering announces that sonic time prior to the first of February he will commence the publication of a seMr weekly newspaper in this city It will boa paper for all classes full of local and general news an advocate of Democratic principles defend Â¬ ing the party against the corruption and evil influence of rings cliques combinations or It will be independent in all individuals its expressions and views and neutral in nothing which appertains to the good of society or the welfare and progress of the people We are glad of this re enforcement glad because we know Mr Deering is an unflinching advocate of the right and we wish him great prosperity in his new un 5 A Distressing Accident The office of the Commisioner of Agri culture is a place that every person should Col Bow- Â¬ visit who conies to Frankfort A little before 10 oclock Thursday morn- Â¬ Commissioner is always glad to ing an accident happened at the residence man the welcome visitors and will tell them more of Capt John Walcutt near this city resources and needs of Kentucky which resulted in the death of Ed Burns about the in fifteen minutes than can be learned from colored who was in the employ of Capt His whole any other source in a month Walcutt The facts are these be in the work of his office Dellie Walcutt son of Capt Jno Wnl heart seems to and the advancement of the agricultural Ciitt aged twelve years went into the hall He was the means of Kentucky adjoining the dining room for the purpose interests having a number of newspapers in the of ordering his breakfast and as he entered of offer premiums for the best dpzen by State Col E Polk Johnson of the IntelHgencer Bowling Grjji meeting with a cordial reception at the hands of his friends in this city this week Mr Sidney French returned Thursday evening from n two Weeks visit to his old home in Nebraska and to Springfield 111 Choicest Cheapest and Best He leaves next Monday to fill several ap- Largest Stock ever brought to this Market pointments in Western Kentucky Mr Geo W Bain the grnndest temper Â¬ ance orator in the world accompanied by To buyers of his wife passed up the railroad Wednes day evening en route for Lexington where he goes for a few days visit to his mother Mr Logan McKee has been confined to Well tnado Stylish and Shrunk we invito ins room lor a couple Ot weeKs tie was inspqption taken ill iust in time to be deprived of the ensure of attendinji the Y L C 0 en OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT tertainment last week He is now rapidjy Is up with the times all thats m proving and will be out in a few da vs Mr nnil Mrs JW McEwnn of Midwavr came down to see their home folks on New Bud returned the same even- - FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Yea s day ng but left his wife to spend the balance of Never more complete and supplied with the week here She has many friends in this city who are glad to Jiave her among ALL THE NOVELTIES them Mrs Mary G Piukston who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Cluude Buckley since last June left this morning for her home in Mississippi She has many friends in this city who regret that she cannot Of all kinds httng at make it convenient to take up her perma nent abode here Two two horse wagon a tenm of good wngon horses and a team of wngon mules can tin bought Kentucky at a bargain by applying at tho post nflico to 14 41 DR J O IIATOHITT has been i CLOTHING BOOM Â¬ Â¬ First Class Clothing and NoWpy a -- j - IT si MAlPt STREET Wall Paper Hangings Xleasoxxable BT CRUTCHEE STARES Â¬ Prices tl FT r KlrJ Burns and being ignorant of the fact that Almost it was loaded said look Ed immediately he said look again Ed and at the same instant the fatal shot was fired and Ed Burns fell to the floor with out a word or a groan and was a corpse Dellie immediately dropped the rifle and oh Ive shot him and fled up cried stairs to his mother frightened and pained almost beyond endurance The ball that did such frightful work fctruck Burns on the right side of the nose and penetrated the brain causing instant Lizzie Hickman colored was the death only witness of the terrible tragedy and she asserts that Dellie and Bums were on i he best of terms that Dellie spoke play fully to Burns just before and as he iired the shot that he was not aware the gun was loaded and that the killing was al together accidental Squire 3 win went out to Capt Walcutt b and held a coroners iuquent having sum Â¬ moned a jury for that purpose After a full and searching examination ot the wit nesses they returned the following verdict acquitting Dellie of any intention of doing wrong Ed Burns colored came to his death on the first day of January 18S0 by a gun- hliot the gun being in the hands of Delano B Walcutt and that the diadiarge of the gun was unintentional and purely accidental Capt Walcutt and his wife as well an Dellie were almost overcome with grief and regret at the sad beginning to them of the new year Their distress is very great and they have the sympathy of namy here who also feel a genuine regret that one so young and promising should have met thus early with an accident that may forever cloud his life and cause so much of sorrow to iis doting parents While it is a severe lesson it is hoped that t may do him and others good by being Â¬ Ed Burns also came into the hall another door walking up to the near which he took his stand his rifle at pqinted playfully but stove Dellie specimen ears of corn the 18ts taking premiums to be forwarded to his office for A person who is not posted competition would be astonished to see the collection he now has on hand the finest ever produced As soon as the in the Blue Grass State organized and the Legislature is thoroughly Committee on Agriculture appointed he proposes to have a corn show at which time he will give five dollars in gold to the exhibiter of the best dozen ears of white corn and five dollars in gold to the exhibiter of the best dozen ears of yellow or This is the right course to mixed corn pursue to encourage the farmers to culti- Â¬ vate only the best varieties of this staple and it will do a world of good if kept up Â¬ MAKK11ED at the residence of tho brides father B B Wilson by Elder A P Terrell Mr Thomas Baiiky of Anderson county and Miss Ella Wilson No cards 187U In this couuty on the 23th of December Leavo ordors 10 tf at J M Santas Fruit Store 4 BOJRN In this city on tho 24th of December 1870 to tho wife of Wallace Franklin a son Jambs Bknjamin weight 10J pounds WATER MILL FLOUR Water Aug 30 Gm Persons desiring a choice article of ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT JUDGE are authorized to announce JOHN J ORR of Owen county us a Democratic candidato for Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Ju- Â¬ dicial District subject to the action of the Dein ocratic Party Wo an get it by leaving their order at JONES COMPTOSTS Flour Store on Broadway MxU Floiar I 40 NOTICE ORDINANCE ISO Â¬ Â¬ Wo nre authorized to announce WALTER Miss Rosa Joseph is visiting relatives in FRANKLIN us a candidate for ro eleotion to tho offioo of Cirouft Clerk of Franklin county Louisville at the August election 1880 subject to the Miss Amelia Browder has been visitinj notion of the Democratic party friends in Louisville this week SHERIFF Mr F E Jouett has been visiting friend in Woodford county this week Wo nre authorized to announce GEO W Miss Minnie Lows of Virginia is visiting QUARLES us a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin oiunly at the August election 1880 subjoct her cousin Mrs George Darsie to the action op tho Democratic party Miss Lulu NuckolH returned Wednesday We aro authorized to announce E II TAYLOjt morning from a short visit to Glasgow as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county The Misses Owslev and Mjss Gess ol at the August election loot subject to the action Lexington paid our city a flying visit yester- - of tho Douiocrutio party Wo are authorized to announce E 0 IIAW- oay KINft a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county Mr Att Benick of Denver Colorado at the August eleotion 1880 subject to the action has been visiting frieiids in the city this oi tho Democratic party week Mr R A Bohaunnn has been very ill for the past two weeks being confined to his bed In South Frankfort is Capt R S Chees has been in the city He is enjoying excellent health week this and looks well I I 4t Apply to TII03 RODMAtf Jr Tom Stuart of the Clark Qounty Democrat has been dispensing smiles in the Â¬ Â¬ Personal CIRCUIT CLERK SWINE 21 That it shall bo unlawful to keep any swine within the limits of tho eity of Frankfort and tho owner of any swino who permits tho satuo to i tay within the limits of said city or any person who permits them to remain upon their premises after being notified one day by tho Martfhal of tho City of Frankfort to rcmovo the same shall upon conviction thercoi ho fined not less than two or more than ten dollars for each day that said swino may remain in said city after being so notified to remove the same and each day they so remain ahiill be drenied n separate offense T J TODD Cilji Mamhal mU tf Y KALTENBUUN MANITACTimHn OK ALL KINDS OF BOOTS SHOES Main street next door to post office Frankfort Ky Repairing neatly anrf prompDy lone All work warranted Ladios Shoos a specialty A full stock of custom shoes on hand Best and cheapest pluee in town A NICE RESIDENCE New Hardware Store OPRNRD BY FOR SALE BOARD 1IALY BKOTHEJIS IN MANSION 1IOUHE llLOCK CO V city this week Charlie Kincaid of the Anderson News CHEAREST HOUSE INTGWfl came down this week to see the Legislature Eight membors of the Legislature can bo ap Cull and be convinced coinmoduted with good board and lodging during properly organized Aug au tr hiius it ro the session of tbVLijgfsIarurb danalsO aocbta Mr Frank ONeil who lias been visiting mudj to a nurflberofdny boarder WovJt friends in and near tlfjs city returned to CAPT 6 GOIN Ojpp N E Corner CujttioV Square his home in rans Monday Office GOOD TO GRIFFIN BROS Hardware in General Points Oils Doors Sash Shutters Mopldlngs Mantols Orates NEXT DOOR Job cutod at this halt ftwitly Exc wt - 1 jpvyy w wtyrwf 0 f 3 i i w We are sorry an interesting coinmunlca Bmckliardt has Bomenice new hams and breakfast bacon which he is selling cheap tion from dipt II II Fitzliugli reached us r- too late for this issue 3V 1880 PlttVNKPORT JANUARY It may be nil square and solid as io the That coal is bought in barges in this city TO TRAVELERS capacity of the new reservoir to hold water but the query propounds itself what at 14 cents per bushel and sold to consumers On and ftcr April 28fh 1879 trains on tho L 2i cents creates much talk and dfaautie 0 fc L R R wliiloavo PVnnkfort daily Sundays kind of water is it that is collected in its at xcapte a follow basin The fact is clearlv shown bv recent laction but when it is known just how the experience that strong ralna rapidly supply thing works people will perhaps not be so m No 4 Leavo Frankfort 815 a The dealers pay 14 cents much surprised An 260 o in more water than he basin can discharge No 12 LoavoFninkfort of 56 pounds a quarter of a through its natural drains This water is per bushel TRAINS BA8T drift water carrying leaves cents a pound and have to remove it from flidi a in necessarily No 9 Lonvo Frankfort No 11 Lonvo Frunkfort 54ip in dirt decaying vegetation and trash into the the barges to t lie coal yard Here it is St Clair Street Frankfort Ky l M train will mako closo connec Tho 250 reservoir Is it fit to drink Will it be screened twice one fourth of it being trash Has just received a full stock of tion as formerly for Cincinnati B P BRYAN Aqeut wholesome Will not every rain discolor coal and very unsalable one fourth nut CLOCKS Wc do not assert coal worth 2 cents less on the bushel than SILVER WARE the water in the basin County Court next Monday lump coal and the other half salable positive views but we seek information And is roceiving goods daily lump coal It is delivered to consumers at The City Council will meet in regular A few days ago a countryman stopped in 25 cents per bushel of 76 pounds one Goods Sold to Suit tho Times session next Tuesday night front of Walcutts store and critically ex third of a cent per pound thus affording Nov 22 tf Rock of a profit of one twelfth of a cent per pound Mr Tli08 Rodman jr advertises a amined the beautiful chromo in which Faith is represented as or six and a third cents per bushel which Ages desirable residence for sale in this issue clinging to the cross or more properly the has to cover the expense of moving the Mj Daniel R Jones has sold his farm Rock of Ages in mid ocean While thus coal twice and screening it twice to at Jones Station in this county to Mr engaged a little negro boy came up and say nothing of the loss in trasn coal keep Having purcfiuacrt of It W Tilford tho Milton Craiir of Woodford county for stopped to take a look i at the picture when ing scales in order paying rent of coal 75 per acre the countryman accosted him thus Say yard paying book keepers salesmen weigh- Â¬ The ers The Telephone cigar is a daisy If yon whats that woman a trying to do c Its a very small profit after all Williams Block South Frankfort Shes a trying to git out and our people have little reason to com would enjoy a good smoke go to the tele- little negro said Desires to inform the citizens of Frankfurt nnd This seemed to partially plain phone office corner of Market and Ann o the water vicinity that ho will keep at tho abovo place a satisfy the countryman anxi he went on his full line of streets and get one LOCAL NOTICES way wondering no doubt how the woman Dick Higdon has removed his barber got so far away from land Fou Saik A base burner stove good as shop to the room on Main street opposite u new Can be seen at E Powers store CIGARS TOBACCO ETC the post office He is a good barber and Hon Henry George State Senator from J N MILES should receive a liberal patronage the first district has made an astonishing Go to Griffin Bros at once and select Wbioh ho will sell nt prices to suit the times A sham of the public patronage is solicited Tie claims that the deficiency your Christmas toys discovery Thp Moral Basis of Life is the subject in the State revenue is caused by the closing Christmas toys in great variety at Griffin PHESGR1PTI0NS ACCURATELY COiPOIIWO of Mr Darsies discourse for to morrow of rum shops in counties where local option Bros at rock bottom prices U Night bell promptly answered Usual morning at the Christian Church is in force Nov22 ly Wonder if the learned Senator Throughout the world Favorite Stoves All are cordially invited service at njglt makes any allowance for the diminished are known to be the best Use Favorite We are very glntl to be able tostate that costs to the State for criminal prosecutions Stoves and be happy John T Buckley S D in the courts of counties where the local Agent St Clair street Mr William GrifFy the young man acci Favorite Stoves are without question If he does not he dentally shot by officer Jere Lee has bad option law prevails the finest and best cooking stoves in the the ball extracted from his wound and ie should read the Auditors reports and see world Every stove is sold with a written Office and Hcsiilente Mansion House Block St The physician pro- if the amount saved to the State in crim- Â¬ guarantee to have no equal in economy improving rapidly Clair Street inal prosecutions is not greater by two hun durability convenience and beauty To nounces hiin out of danger inRANICEORT KY dred per cent than the amount lost to the avoid being deceived by imitations call and Apr2rt ly Prof GtijnanU pf Louisville is making State revenue by the closing of saloons examine them at John T Buckleys excellent crayon pqrtrajt8 of spne of our That theory is too thin Senator The largest assortment of Christinas Youve Tle portrait of Mr let somebodys interest get the belter of goods at Griffin Bros to be found in the Frankfort people city Call and see them Milton McGrew exequtftd by Prof Guinand vour discretion is one of the finest we ever saw His wqrk Toilet sets vases toys nnd a nice line of goods at Griffin Bro suitable for Christmas is not only good but very cheap The opportunity for some enterprising individual to get up a system of telephones presents You are invited to examine them If you want to look stylish and feel for Frankfort is open By connecting such The cheapest place in town to buy Dry comfortable at the same time you should establishments as the Kentucky River Goods Notions etc is at Griffin Bros lose no time in going to Bprberichs Em- Mills the saw mills of Messrs Archer fc Mansion House Block St Clair street two f doors from Main porium of KafchiQn where the nobbiest and Co Dudley Bro Ilatchitt Ziegler In a letter from Lexington Ky received best fitting clothes are made of the best Walcutt and the distilleries of J J M by Miles fe Son ordering their Patent flour Go eoocla for the least amount of money Co Saffell Jno Cochran and E H this expression is used It comes high but once have your measure taken leave Taylor jr Company and other establish- Â¬ the people will have it at Similar expres your order with Berberich for a suit of ments near the business centre with a cen sions are received daily from all points clothes and make your wife or your sweet tral office the cost could be greatly cheapened Use their J E M and you will never regret it heart happy anil the facilities of the houses greatly en WISEKLY ROUNDABOUT Philip Selberi WATCHMAKER JEWELER V rj V M M W JOS LCOMPTE M DRUGGIST - NEW DRUG STORE -- Â¬ Â¬ Drugs Medicines t Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon tSJ 4J s - Â¬ Â¬ BEST IE THE WORLD IPlf Â¬ BH WmM Wm mm S hill las M Â¬ ii j Officer John Rupe accompanied by Mr P F Smith went to the city warehouse yesterday morning for the purpqsqof taking a couple of prisoners to the police court for On entering trial for sqme petty offence the cell where a negro evcojivjct was con fined they discovered him in a kneeling posuire Thepriaj5ner was cojled to come out and failing to receive a responsg they made an examination discovering that he Squire Gvin was at once no was dead tified of the fact and ho at once summoned a jury ajjd proceeded to hold an inquest After a full hearing of the evidence in the Â¬ Â¬ Orders could be sent from the larged houses to the city or from one house to another in a moment and at a great saving For instance all ar- Â¬ of time and trouble rivals of freight at the depot all orders for workmen at the mills all orders for supplies Tele could be transmitted immediately graphic dispatches could be repeated over the line One house could be connected with another for private orders between One operator and ono office boy them A tele- Â¬ would sullice for the cetral office phone once erected is considered invaluable Ask Messrs Macklin and W A Gaines case the jury returned a verdict that tho Co No ordinary sum could buy the lines dfceasedamfltolusdeatli bychronio diar- - tliey have Will not the Messrs Williams i hen brought on by exposure and starva pjinvfiRR tlia nmicnt nnd niish the flvslfcin of JtQjSPJiQRej to IjirebenjSiltsVlion Â¬ - BEST PLOE P V Gray Gos In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is nt Who have just received a mammoth stock of COLUMBIA E H 8UCCP3SOK TO TAYLOR OISCOXC Which they ofTor at prices to suit ovorybody Thoy keep nono but tho very beat and guarnntee every artioo to bo just as roprosontod and Full Wkioiit inovory instance A frill lino of GROCERIES Watson to Co3 Is the Cheapest place buy your STOVES TINWARE House Furnishing - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES O A N JST IE X GOODS Goods MANTELS 1 Wooden and Stone Ware juitttrtf Bi8 Freuh Oyators ulyrayp on hand- And everything usually kopt in a first oloH grocory 33 Try ur 80 centTaaid oholec brands of Ooffee Iron and Tin Hoofing Guttering fas J0K WORK- A SFMlAllt K fejfl - Trfrftj f nlt Hii Ill iOiiuirrTr Mm JllfciulM w liHB mixiriim H7 r V JV v - able circumstances At that time when MILCH COWS FOR SALE V WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT the excitement wae nt its highest pitchy and it seemed fashionable to be found in the I have tengood Milch Cows firo of which nro of the ranks of temperance workers nearly if not Col 0 E Bowman Commissioner fruh which t will soil chuni lot cult 51 tf JOHN KIERNAM Ariniiltiirnl RiiTPnn Ims two sneciincnrt of nil who had put on the armor of their quarried Master and entered His vineyard to do His Kentucky mnrble in his office work were found first and foremost in the T CLAIR 7 FRANKLORT KY near Princeton of rare beauty and sus struggle to redeem the fathers brothers H AVERILL They resemble and sons of our city from the downward ceptible of the finest polish Opposite Post Offico Frankfort Kyr the white granite anil are far more course of intemperance to drunkards grnvos thnt they were traveling Music Musical Goods beautiful than anything to be foun i in our But when the excitement hndjdied away cemeteries and the more important and harder work of BEST ISSORTMENT IH THE CUT UBEEST holding together and encouniging ic poor The twelve inch discharge pipe at the new unfortunate victims of the wine cup who TO ORDER IN ALL THE Strings fo Piano Violin Violoncclo lninr reservoir is capable of discharging twelve had through the petsunsions of many of Banjo Ac A full lino of Ximtruclion lloolih al wnjrf on hand Orders for bheel inuic eoliciicd million gallons of water at the reservoir the clans of people to whom this article is addressed abandoned the course of life Music published anywhere promptly obtuined at every twenty fpur hours and the aniue pipe they had so long pursued to the detriment Publishers Prices Now Music received month- iy- AND AT can discharge only one million six hundred of their families themselves and their imon Main street during the mortal souls after a time they looked thousand gallons sane length of time This is caused by tlje around them for those who were foreino8t and loudest in calling them to rally around resistance of the sides of the pipe to the the ilag of temperance and not suffer it to R C STEELE Proprietor Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 Gtn flow of water trail in the dust But nt the meetings that WM INGRAM Clork regularly every Saturday Caterer Cnpt JAM US BURIC Rep have been held no more the On the assembling of the House of faces of those N night they see Oor Center and Jefiferson Sts Louisville resjentntives Thursday morning Representa- whose words of encouragement and cheer njid tive Doneghy of Boyle county made a they expected o help them ward olf In assuming tho innnagement of the WillartJ convenience of my patrons I have For of the battle with the emptations bv which thev oponod thoFruit nnd Vegetable Store in tho room Hotel the present proprietor will use evcy effort good the motion that for are surrounded in their walks through life recentlya ocenpied by Otto Von Borrica in addi to contribute to the comfort of hia gictnnl Commonwealth the House do now adjourn Now why is L that the very class of tion to my fetoro near tho Wooden Bridge where sustain the reputation this well known ciablisU Jill die It was laid on the table of course dpodIc who slioitltl take the lead in Una I will keep constantly on hand tho ment ha o long enjoyed immiiI beds conven tont sninplo room for cniitiiarriil iniJind first Another shining light in Kentucky politics work have almost abandoned the cause nl olna table The patronage oi the public is so- Â¬ Hon DG Mitchell of Ciunpbellaville temperance and thereby allowed Ivmg Bnk licited Alcohol to have full swav ajrain over the who has the honor of representing the loth Let me say right voting men of our city district composed of the counties of Taylor here that there are a few of the Christian FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE Marion and Washington in the State inn people ot our city who Have stood by us Clioico Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Confcc DKAiiKn izt ate madc ft motion to dispense with the faithfully in this work tioncrica fcc My old friends nnd tho public Throw off your lukewarm ness and in- Â¬ generally arc invited to givo mo a call Dont reading of the Governors message as they difference and come out with us again forget the place Main street ona door oast ol could read it in the papers It was very good people of Frankfort and help us St Clair MRS SALLIE BOIIANNAN 3 tf We have in days carry on tins work properly ruled out of order Willsol lattho very lowest figures gone oy mingled our voices wiui yours in preventative men should be at least so the old familiar song of Hold the Fort HIC S SCHOflL Common decency we would now wave the answer back to ber and respectable holding it but want your bonld prompt them to be sober if nothing you that we are we must inevitably lose re enforcement or I propoeo to opon nn English Classical It is a sad commentary on our re the ground that we have gained in the last High School in South Frankfort and Boys and ore for Young Men on tho SECOND MONDAY adability and decency as a peopje to two years This much I have said to hurt no ones SEPTEMBER pros to continue till tho second note that two Senators now in the legislative Friday in June 1S80 Boys prepared for busi- Â¬ Persons desiring PURE CRYSTAL ICE can hajls were beastly and disgracefully drunk feelings but simply to let you know what ness or for the higher classes in college must be done to insure success to our et it by calling at my residence on Mero street in their seals during the sessions of the first cause Charges Per Term of Ten Months TeETOTALKR or at tho residence of Captain Sanford Ooin I tv o days These two men were noted and am now delivering ice to all parts of the city For tho Higher Classes including Latin and Greek Languages and Literature PHILIP H G01N 60 00 commented upon by everyone present old Sunday Scoho Reports For all others 50 00 men boys visitors all felt the blush ol One third in advnnco one third at Christmas shame and disgrace when they looked upon Report of the Christian Sunday school and ono third May 1st 1880 jSiiiulicr luintml to 30 Applications may bi EVK tnese two Solous asleep in their seats and Number of officers teachers and pu- Â¬ left nt the Telegraph or Roundabout office 197 pils enrolled Dec 1st wondered at the motive or pride of a constit1879 Cm- Aug J B THAItP 175 Highest attendance during month uency who sent suck men to the Legislature 123 Lowest attendance during month to publicly disgrace them 158 Kff Average attendance during month 2 Teachers absent during month KMI 3 42 Average collection during month 12 New scholars received during month KINDS OF COAL ON HAND Home again 11 ALL month Visitors during foraale at Lowest Prices by rJhe holidays are over and the cadets are Present every Sunday in Uie year 22 G B MACK LIN again at their posts of duty The few re Teachers Meeting every Friday evening maining ones will return within the next Hour of holding Sunday School 9V a m CHAMPION SAW -- MILL week Visitors to the school always welcome Lee A Owes Sccy savs he has j een the eighth HHHKtsS Cadet G 2fiY TEmUEl wonder of the world a sweet Lemon Report of the Episcopal Sunday school There is an epidemic prevailing among Number of officers teachers and pu- W L JP the cadets commonly known as the hlues 128 pls enrolled Dec 1st a I nviraki v jr Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of iu give iiiu ami many ure 92 IHHiKSf ft girl they left neurit them u sign tur nil Highest attendance during month KMMmZXiT behind 50 Lowest attendance during month IrUP Flooring Weather 110 Lumber Card of thanks from the cadets to Y L Average attendance during month IH absent during month Prof HtJBBSv rC C SprouleWuyland Jralmtnto and Miss- Teachers collection during month Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ GO UllHBlTOQflHiKtk lor invitation entertain- Average Katie New scholars received during month 4 Omenta given by them They wero all moat c H Visitors during month bMHPqPi uuiovab c a Hairs Hour of holding Sunday school 9 a m The cadets who remained nt Frnnkfort LONG HEAVY BRIDGE TIMBERS A SPECIALTY Visitors cordially received during the holidays tender their heartfelt John N Hutchison Secy thanks to the young Indie and gentlemen Office ttml Vio iljM in lfalh Pvint Report of the Methodist Sunday school of that city lor hospitalities shown them OIJIOSITJ FRANKFORT A Bum Number of officers teachers and pu For luformatlon Id rrgard to rates nnd time itilri wk t Fib 1 v C P ATflOUB0nllBerATIcVttil5t pils enrolled Dec 1st 138 I ouUIHe Ky 10 An Appaal tp Those who have Highest attendance during month Lowest attendance during month 8 Professed Christianity JAMES ANDREW SCOTT FRANKLIN Average attendance during month 10J y Editor Itoundtibout Teachers absent during month 1 10 Will horcaftor practice lair in alltho aourts holu I want to ask the above named class of Average collection during month people of this city- ajfuyvplaiij questions New Scholars received during month II at Frankfort IContuoky Ollioo in fiont roon Trahuoa oflloo More than two jonrs ago through the Visitors during month 10 of Ilonl In allctisofllu tho County Quarterly Circuit 10S Vlne Mrtct Cincinnati Ohioe moidcicy offpiir lUjitl heavenly Father Hour of holding Sunday Scliool 3ff m ftnd Qrjiiilnji1 CuurthcwMlbya8peojarruugpr AUISQUWITHQHNSON work was inaugurated in the temperance Visitors ivyayp welqoine mom iiuvo mo aviop ana rt8di8tincool Jobn U ThoTypeon which thin puiierlu urlnUsdlafrptniit Wesley Wbiout Secy our rum cursed city under the moat favorScott TlthoutAdiHtionalohargel Pobl22 ly the above Foundry Ki BERBERICH Merchant Tailor Â¬ W Fall and Winter Suits and LATEST STYLES Lowest Fiices Willard Hotel EW Â¬ rrSTQREl Â¬ Mil Mtos Â¬ W J CBINN ALL KINDS OF COAL IliLl CMU FOR OASH Â¬ A Â¬ c COAL COAL I v Â¬ -- POINT HMKa 1 1 1 d - 1 - Zk 1 gles c 1 - v ATTORNEY AT XAW T T3TT i - s - f 7 MMAiJLj4JiMfeaMtawM4tftif