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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j7- - fy Lv jr s r1 v wivu jfe f ft The Weekly Roundabout LEWIS Publishers BUCKLEY DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi FRANKFORT KY Â¬ JANUARY 17 1880 Number 17 i1US The City Clerk informs us that persons his situationTon Monday and at once tele Miss Jennie Withrow blue silk skirt After this week we will give weekly re Â¬ doing business in this city are required graphed to big son George to come to Louis- Â¬ crenm colored cashmere overdress gold ports of the Frankfort market Mies Dorsie Stanton navy blue camels on- - thefirst day of January of each year to ville for which place he left on the next hair light blue trimmings gold The South Side drug store is packed full He found his father well nigh de- Â¬ renew their licenses and a failure to renew train Miss Elenanor Uolmes black velvet skirt of everything usually found in a first class them by that time subjects the parties so ranged and anxious to return to his home cream bunting overdress gold Miss Belle llensley wine colored cash drug establishment and Mr LeCompte the doing business without license to a fine and family They arrived in this city Tues clever proprietor fills prescriptions with of not less than 25 nor more than 100 day evening Mr Berry being almost broken mere diamonds Miss Pattie Roberts black velvet skirt great accuracy and dispatch busi- Â¬ down with grief His family is plunged in cream silk over dress cold for each offense each day on which Drop in to see him as you pass that way and try one ness is done without license constituting the deepest depths of shame and sorrow Miss Bettie Stewart pink silk and cash of his fine cigars or a bottle of perfumery This being the case there being no comfort for the members mere gold a separate offense Miss Susie Hodman black silk dress and if the City Attorney discharges his thereof save in the reflection that their fath- Â¬ white bonnet The Frankfort boys keenly felt the neg- Â¬ duty and we know he will and the er was out of his mind at the time he corn- Miss Lucie Sayres black velvet skirt lect shown them by our home girls at the Board of Councilmen upholds him in it the tnitted the grave mistake cream over dress gold Leap Year hop last week and will keep An interview with Mr Berry or even a Miss Mamie Smith crimson brocade treasury of the city will be largely re the remembrance of it fresh in their minds cream satin over dress diamonds sight of him will convince any person that plenished the balance of this season Among the distinguished gentlemen pres It is said that The following number of houses have he is sincerely repentant and stands in need ent were Governor Blackburn Lieut Gov they were almost totally neglected serving been doing business in this city since the of the sympathy of his friends in this the while attentions first day of January 1880 without having darkepfhour of his life He has left the Cantrill Judge J M Bigger Speaker of only ns wall flowers were lavished upon strangers the House and Judge Lysander Hord That an obtained licenses aa required by the city woman who has for a long time exercised idea may be had of how they were treated such a baneful influence over him and de ordinances The town clock is too fast or the sun Merchants 19 at from 10 to 60 each clares his intention of using every effort to Let us have the sun a little faster or the we will state that one of Frankforts most popular society men told us that at one market wagons 7 at 5 each bar rooms free himself from her There is a universal clock a little slower time there were thirty eight couples on the G at 175 each livery stables 2 at from expression of sympathy for the stricken fam- Â¬ 20 to 60 each beer saloons 2 at 50 ily in its great griff Statement of Proceedings of the lloor anl 0I V six of the whole number o Frankfort Police Court from were Frankfort ucntl emen Lean 1 ear nous each porters 2 at 10 each merchants September 1st 1878 to Decem- Â¬ will not be popular with the boys in Frank- Â¬ The Hop liquor 1 at 25 ber 31 1879 fort any more this year The enforcement of the citv ordinances The hop at Capital Hotel last night Total number o wan ants issued in reference to fining the delinquents would 449 from 1 to 449 under the auspices of the Assembly Ball be a perfect bonanza to our city treasury Total number of convictions there- Â¬ and it is hoped that the City Attorney will Club was one of the most enjoyable ever 315 under prosecute them with a vigor that they will given in this city The music was furnished Total number of acquittals there- Â¬ 134 under remember in future and that the Citv by Souths famous orchestra than which AND The ball- Â¬ Total fines and costs us Council will not belittle itself by remitting there is no better in Kentucky room was not uncomfortably crowded but sensed 4639 90 the fines we dare say there were never ns many Collected and paid in bv Marshal 1705 06 Scarce in a life time does an event trans- beautiful ladies gathered in that room be- Â¬ Discharged by confine so moves society as did the fore as graced it last niglrt pire which ment in work house I linvn jii9t received a full stock of goods for marriage of Mr Hiram Berry which took Below we give a brief description of and labor 1504 days tho CIIItlSTMrtS HOLIDAYS that cannot bo place in Louisville on Fridayof last week some of the elegant costumes worn 782 09 surpassed by any other houso in this city Toys at 50 cents a day of every description ciin ho had for a more trifle 415 90 Remitted by Mayors In justice to Mr Berry we think it Miss Mamie Creamer Louisville pink I have on hnud ut all limes Cakes of every de227 50 Remitted by Council proper to give all the facts in the case that brocade silk and tulle diamonds scription such ns Costs released by offi- Â¬ the public may not be misled by the ex Miss Fanny Mott Paducah canary col of exclusive cers BLACK CAKE SILVER CAKE aggerated rumors which are flying around 01 ed silk and tarlatan black lace trimmings judgments set aside- - 294 65 POUND CAKE SPONGE CAKE believing that when they are known his diamonds Set aside by Court on ac And in fact everything that is usually kept in count of age sex or fault will be covered with the mantle of Miss Lizzie Hnldenmn Louisville white a first class Confectionery I Invito all to come lace and muslin natural flowers Â¬ pecuniary and physi and see for themselves beforo purchasing else- Â¬ charity Miss Lizzie Jacobs Louisville blue satin condition of olfand cal where The wily woman who succeeded in en skirt blue cashmere over dress gold 3S6 00 er or family Mihs Bessie Stewart Louisville black silk Capias suspended during trapping Mr Berry into a marriage with white lace trimmings pearls 41 50 good behavior her is a resident of Louisville and has Miss Mary Bodley Vicksburg Miss Capias out not returned I havo also opened my Restaurant for the ac been known by him for a number of years cream colored silk cardinal flowers commodation of tho public and will constantly 89 50 by officers It is said that he went to Louisville the Keep iino tolect testers tho brat of Uamo and Miss Eloise II iter Versailles black vel- Â¬ Fi fa on replevin bonds Fresh Fish and all other tilings that the market first of the month and was about to succumb vet and ashes of roses silk pink flowers 117 50 not yet due ullords Meals at all hours and prioos reason Â¬ Miss Myra Bondurnnt Louisville white Fi fa on replevin bonds to her wiles when a friend interfered and able PETER C SOWER satin skirt white cashmere over dress returned no property Deo 20 3m induced him to return home He went to Miss May demons Covington pink and 65 20 found Louisville again on Friday of last week cream colored silk pearls Replevin bonds not yet Miss Mollie Guthrie u ider the influence of strong drink and Lawrencebunr 213 84 due fell in with Annie Greer alias Mollis white silk brocade grenadine over dress Chargeable to work house soon diamonds keepers on account of AS ASSIONKK OP Taylor and her two male accomplices Miss Bettie Carithers Sholbyville white escapes therefrom after the latter of whom went with Mr Berry cash mere skirt brocade silk overdress 112 75 commitment secured a marriage license and returned diamonds Appealed to Criminal I offer tho cntiio stook of Miss Katie Sproule white lace and Com t judgment re Â¬ with him as voluntary witnesses of this muslin blue trimmings versed and warrant or mexulliance Miss Cecile Vaughn black silk dress and 1S8 50 dered to be dismissed Jiwlfy In extenuation ofthis conduct Mr Ber white bonnet rys friends claim ns does he aldo thnt he Miss Jennie Morris blue silk white SltiHU 90 AT LOWEST CASH PRIECS muslin overdress natural flowers was 9 under the influence of liquor that wit Â¬ Fees paid officers by the city and Miss Eliza Green black velvet skirt Ijts reason was dethroned as indeed they Tho now goods bought this fall will be sold nt nesses foulard silk overdress natural flowers Wefi titiicQtftP death of his wife 1042 75 first cost tho other goods for logs than aomt and Judge Miss Josie Murphy pink silk lace and 476 7S many artiolusfor lots than half oust ns the stuck which occurred only about throe months muslin overdress natural flowers and Citv Attorney P C MEEK 380 74 must be sold jigifftj tlfat he was unconscious of tho diamondsIlullie Craddock white muslin City Marshal 9 00 Witnesses Miss Watches ropairod in tho beat manner and ns wroiguvaB committing against his family dark trimmings natural flowers low as any honoat competent workman can atfoid nudWcieJy 1909 27 to do it Miss Sal i C Sneed foulard silk cardinal D F M8BK W II SNHKD P J O F Nov 15 tf realization of trimmings natural flowers Â¬ Â¬ mm a 1 si MAIN COMFECTSOPOY Â¬ Â¬ BAKERY XRKET Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ MM CHANCE 13 F MEEK Uk Â¬ Â¬ k k --- 1 MBrfSreMfull J nfrn r ut ft - vT 3V HinrV- - 11I111 11 m mmiWmr Mill GEO n n m n p i iw I nnr T Tf 111 i iiyyiiiif rij Su -- Bf - syv r y v Kt HHMM c itflVft WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT - CLAUDK BUCKLEY ALKWIB BUCKLEY E3 LEWIS ait ore etxid vublieliers 17 1880 FRANKFORT JANUARY Temperance meeting nt the court house to night All tire invited IJolcombe of Chicago will preach at Ascension Church at the usual hours to morrow morning and night Seats are free and everybody is invited Kev TJ p About noon yesterday the main shaft that Mr F E Jouett has resigned bin posiruns the machinery at the cotton mills tion in the grocery house of F V Gray broke doing damage to the amount of Co The Nobody was injured 100 about Misses Jennie Hendrick and Lizzie Watagain in a week or son are on a visit to friends in the Falls mills will be running Â¬ Â¬ In this city on tho 12th Inst to the wife of Personal Louis Wotsonburgor a aon Louis Bayou In Dubuque Iowa to tho wlfo ofjUdItyan Miss Bessie Smith Louisville is visiting a bod in the cityi Stand In this city on tho 11th inst to tho wife or Miss Lizzie Haldcman of Louisville is August Lusohor a son Comer Jlroadway and Ann Slrvcitf ttpjwtile Murvisiting friends in this city led llouicj Gen John Rodman went to Louisville Thursday afternoon on business In this county on tho 13th int at tho rosi donoo of Miss Ellen Huffman left this morning Stevenson Mr Henry Oiirtor by Uov T J Mr Gnona Munn and Miss Mklinda for a visit to friends in Midway Wo hnvo oponcd a Cigar rtnd Tobncoo Stnnd CABTKn and children are At tho snmo time and place by Rov T J in illoonnection with our Telephone OQico undÂ¬ Mrs George Kaplinger vr kotp constantly on hand a full lino of im Stevenson Mr John S Caiitkii and Miss ported und domestic cigars nnd tobucco visiting relatives in Madison ind Wc Maggie Cartur soil thn best five cent cigar In tho city Cnll and Miss Mary Bodley of Vicksburg Miss J B WILLIAMS A BltO At tho residence of tho brdoa father nonr ocous is visiting Mrs E L Samuel this city Bridgeport on the 15th inst by ltov T J GEO W JACKSON Mr R A Bohannan is still confined to Stevenson Mr Tilpord Allen of Bourbon county nnd Miss Jennie AhMSTRONa his bed and is thought to be no better TELEPHOHS Ai- - Cigar and Tobacco - MARRiKD Mill wright and Machinist FRANKFORT All orders for Mill ANNOUNCEMENTS sa IY ten dim By reference to our colium of announce ments it will be pern that Mr lohn W Gaines is a candidate for the office of Con Hahle in this the Frankfort magisterial FFe is a good officer and if re district elected will do his duty faithfully in the future as he has done in the past o Â¬ Mr John Menphcr has received from the relief committee of Dublin Ireland askinr him to solicit subscriptions for the relief of tfie distressed people of that Persons desiring to make concountry tributions lor that purpose can leave them with Mr John Meagher at the store of Meagher Marshall Â¬ Â¬ on ousi ii ess Louisville has Miss Lizzie Robinson a letter been the city this week the guest of Mrs Tenn DKAIitSItS IN CIRCUIT CLERK Mrs Jacob Hawthorne and Miss Haw- Â¬ thorne of Newport have been in the city Wo nro authorized to announce WALTER this week FRANKLIN as a candidate for ro oloution to Oigars MacflOj Fancy Grooeriosj Lindsey left Wednesday tho offico of Circuit Clerk of Franklin county Gen D W at tho August election 1880 subject to tho ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT I i i xr i KYt AUlv SBIMH tsw v action of tho Democratic patty 10 City Miss Bettie Richardson returned last dicial District subject to tho action of tho Dem- Â¬ week from a visit to her siter in Nashville ocratic Party wrightingand sotting and repairing machinery promptly attended to at Lcare ordors at Roundabout Wonro authorised to announco JOHN J ORR roi8onablo rates OEO WJACKSON of Owen county ns a Demoorntio oandidato for office Jan 17 3in Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho Eleventh Ju- Â¬ CIRCUIT JUDGE i THOMSON BRO Fruits of all Kinds 4t V Bv SHERIFF Wo arc authorised to announce GEO W QUARLES us a candidate for Sheriff of Frank- Â¬ lin county nt tho August election 1880 subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce E II TAYLOR as a candidato for Shariff of Franklin county tutnc August election loot subject to the notion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announco E 0 HAW- Â¬ KINS a candidatefor Sheriff of Franklin county at the August election 1880 subject to the action of the Democratic party E L Samuel been the guest ol Mrs for several days Miss Nellie Bridges of Louisville has J W Hunt Reynolds CLOTHING BOOM Mrs Maria Haner returned Saturday from a visit of several months to her daughters in LaGrange Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best mock ever Drought to this Market To bliyors of JKU i Misses Maggie Tracy and Eva White and Mr Sidney French Grand Worthy Conn Bud White of Alton have been visiting selor of the Independent Order of Good friends in the city this week Templars of Kentucky will address the Miss Nina Bntchelor who has been visit citizens of the Elmville neighborhood at ing friends in the city returned to her home First Class Clothing Well made Stjlimh CONSTABLE Wo nro autborizod to announco JOHN W GAINES ns a candidato for Constable of this the fir ft magisterial district subject to tho ac- Â¬ tion of tho Democratic party at the primary und Shrunk inspection we invite i VKL-- msr F2- rff cTV l- ft 2 Oakland Church at 7 oclock next Saturday Mr French i an evening the 24h inst interesting speaker and should be received ly a full house After the lecture he will proceed to re organize Oakland Lodge I 0 GT Our readers will do Mr French a favor by giving publicity to this appoint ment and everybody will be well repaid who goes to hear him Â¬ ftf corn show of Col C E Bowman Commissioner of the Bureau of Agriculture and Statistics took place at his ofiice on Thursday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd of interested The following awards were ppectators The long-talked-- of fcit- - made Little White corn Wesley McClain Mount Spencer conntv first premium R J Greer Nelson county second premium Yellow corn Thos J Ticbenor Little Mount Spencer county first premium Win Dunn Brynntsville Garrard county second premium 5 if V Dr J Q A Stewart the eflicient Super intendent of the Feeble Minded Institute management at Major Hall next Thursday Â¬ will give an exhibition of tho progress and accomplishments of the pupils under his f evening 22d inst for the especial benefit ofthe members ol the General Assembly I01H lijdf ojisoddo asunfi Having witnessed the closing exercises of aUJWD 1 II0 suozpp 3ujpa pu u aaojd oog onjuaj jo ojg otp u uuuijjioA iuu JBORN the Institute laHt summer we feel no hesi Aououi uAua pini ozjuiouood n oinp oijj mik tancy in saying that this will be one of the In Midway nn tho 10th inst to tho wife of 8U30OiO05 bjujj po Cp puw jiouuoio 8jioo 00 S best and most interesting entertainments to J w McMviin a son John iu jr posBoad puiipoiiuojj soinojj That thi young scion may ho as sober honest 05 1 he seen and every member of the Legis 4l V UljlJ OAjSo nnd industrious an his father and as handsome lature should be present to witness it The ns his mother is our sincere wish and more than op ujm jjjoav dtioqo puu pooaaupisiM oioqj Institute is a State charity of which every this would stunt bis growth citizen should feel proud and too much can In this city on tho 12th inst to tho wife of -not be said in its praise L Herrmann u son Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Wednesday afternoon Mr J L Waggener who has been in Cleveland Ohio for several months has returned home in apparently perfect health Miss Belle Giltner left Wednesday after noon for Corsicana Texas for an extendi d visit to her brother B F Giltner of that city Rev C W Miller D D pastor of the Methodist Church left Monday for Brooks ville Bracken county to conduct a revival meeting Mr Younger B Bradley of the Bridgeport neighborhood left for Pilot Point Texas on Wednesday where he goes to make his future home Mrs Mark Calmes who has been visiting her fathers family in this city for some time returned to hor home in Lexington Tuesday morning Vasco D Brown of Nicholasville ar rived in the city yesterday morning He conies here to accept a position in the Capital Gazette office John Stuart brother of editor Tom Stuart of the Clark County Democrat is keeper of the cloak room of the House of Representatives under appointment of Win E Haily Sergeaiit-at-Arm- s Mrs L J Garrard who has been in Louisville for two or three weeks returned home this week accompanied by her daughter Mrs Dr Cheatham Mrs Cheat Â¬ ham will remain in the city until next week when she returns home in OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is up with tho times all thats election January 31 1880 3STew Nevt and ETobby Wo aro authorized to announco JESSE P WILLIAMS ns a candidato for Constable of tho Frankfort District subject to the action of the primary eleotion January 31 1880 FURNISHING DEPARTMENT r more complete nnd supplied with MAJOR HALL OJVJE ALL THE JNOVELTIES NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 20 Appearance of tho world famous original and only And their Grout Compnny of MAIN STEEET Wall - Paper Hangings Of all hind CRUTCHEE STAEKS hung nt 2easosiabl BY Prioes 12 Orchestra Ladies Artists Stax Silvor Lady Cornet Band E L BANTA Leave ordors at K Vocalists Humorists Instrumental Soloists Miss ETTIE MORGAN Saxophone Soloist Miss MARY ROLLER Violiniste Miss J0SIE MA000CK French Horn Mr LOUIS F BOOS Cornet Soloist tf J M Bantas Fruit Storo WATEE MILL FLOUR Persons desiring a choice article of I an got it by leaving thoir ordor JONES Tho Great Humorist nnd Character Vncalist OOMPlUNH Flour Store on Broadway and tho entire company will appear Aug 30 fim Tickots of aduiist ion 50 cents reserved sent 75 cents Scats can bo eoouied nt Barretts Nows Depot Â¬ lLTl SIDET BI7PT Water Mill Flow I New Hardware Store orENED 1IY DONT READ THIS HALY BROTHERS IK MANSION HOUSE BLOCK CO y NEXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS Hnrdwaro in Uunrral Paints Oils Doors Snsh Shuttors Alouldings Mantels Orate Ao CHEAPEST Aug 30 tf HOUSE IN TOWN HALY Call and bt convinced iojbao noj ufsiVb9 hoe uopuai BROSCQ H V-V 3U Job Work cutod at this Keatllpplll OfflcMttt SA 1 OS i ft a m mmO0mmim0m it iiiKittMi JUMMMihi TflMJflTf I ilililliiii Ji - EFder James Darsie of Bethany W Va are HI amf fataf death House ofi will occupy the pulpit of the Christian ttie present Church to morrow night at 7 oclock All Ifcepreoentattves FRANK POUT JANUARY 17 1880 are cordially invited frt- tMr Darsie ia the j Miss Etta Morgan the distinguished sax father of the pastor of ths Church Foreatcrs meet next Wednesday evening ophone soloist of the Berger troupe is 10th generally acknowledged to be the best par Mnnll ras comes this year on the The Senator from Graves county he now who discovered that the closing of bar rooms February of former on that odd looking instrument t was the cause of the deficiencv in the State Shall we have Mardi Gras festivities in before the uublic AND revenue asserted in a speech this week Frankfort this year Some of the fun loving boys of this city on the reduction tax on playing cards of with which A flower bush in full bloom was one of mve made up a pony purse that there was not a gambler in his county the sights to be seen in South Frankfort they propose to take the Baby of Benson to and he didnt believe that a deck of cards St Clair Street Frankfort Ky the minstrel show next week if there are had been sold in lust Sunday the county for several Has just recoived a full stock of seats enough in Major Hall to accommodate years May not this state of affairs also It is aald that the ringstera have already imi be attributable to the fact that there are no WARE CLOCKS begun to make up a ticket for the next Whisky Mr Ben Deerinns new naner the rum shops in that favored county And is receiving goods daily City Council and cards go together Capital Gazette will make its first appear Goods Sold to Suit the Times On Friday of last week Col E H Tay Â¬ Mr ance in t liis city next Wednesday lor jr received fourteen car loads of freight Nov 22 tf LOCAL NOTICES Deering is a live newspaper man and we this place at bespeak for him a liberal share of the A Fools Errand verv similar to Uncle Toms Cabin for sale at McCl tires Book A fine swarm of bees settled at the house public patronage Store of Mr H Or Matterii- in South Frankfort Sidney Burt the humorist of the Bcrgor The largest and cheapest line of toilet one day last week Family is said to be one of the best in hi soap in the city at Griffin Bros Having purcfiasod of R V Tilford tho The Bergers ut Major Hall next Tues Â¬ line in the country This is his first season Throughout the world Favorite Stoves day night and dont you forget it See with flie Bergers who have engaged him to are known to be the best Use Favorite fill the vacancy caused by the withdrawal Stoves and be happy advertisement in another column John T Buckley Williams Blocks South Frankfort Agent St Clair street of Sol Smith Russell There was a very pleasant social event at Handsome line of Horse Shoe jewelry Desires to inform tho citizens of Frmkfort nnd vicinity that he will keep at tho above place a tlie residence of Mr Luther Crutcher on the Mr John Shehan a practical printer of at Griffin Bros full lino of Georgetown pike Wi dnewlay night Lexington late foreman oftthe Transcript Favorite Stoves arc without question office will commence the publication of the the finest and best cooking stoves in the Rev Ben Deering will preach at the Every stove is sold with a written Lexington Sunday News a society and gen- world Methodist Church to morrow morning and eral newspaper to morrow guarantee to have no equal in economv CIGARS TOBACCO ETC Jack is a durability convenience and beauty evening Seats are free and everybody is To Which her will sell at prices to clever fellow and we wish him success suit tho tiincp avoid being deceived by imitations call and invited a snaro ot tde public patronage is solicited In another column of this paper will be cwiiiniiu iiiciii tit uuiiu j uuuiviuy a Recollect the grand entertainment of the 1000 bunches of black beads just re PRESCRIPTIONS IGCOfUMT COMllNilEO found the announcement of Mr Jesse P Family next Tuesday evening Beruer 5U Night bull promptly answered in this ceived at infhn Bros Nov22ly Reserved seats are now on sale at Barretts Williams for the olfice of constable In a letter from Lexington Ky received the first magisterial district lie is a sober News Depot by Miles it Son ordering their Patent flour steady reliable man and if elected will this expression is used S D Attention is directed to the advertisement make as efficient an officer as the district the people will have it It comes high but Similar expresof Mr Geo V Jackson which appears in ever had sions are received daily from all points Ute their J E M and you will never re Â¬ this issue He is a good mill wright and Mr Thos Rodman jr has bought the gret it givesatisfaction will Office and Residence Mansion House Block St lot at the south west corner of Second and Clair Street The interests of Frankfort demand that Shelby streets South Frankfort of Judge FOR NEW 0HEAP DESIEABLE FRANKFORT KY the city be divided into wards and that each Alvin Duvall for which he paid 2500 Apr2 ly ward be represented in the City Council Sometime during the pnmmir- Niinmipr he Staple and Fancy Dry Goods w Wh-fine residence and on the police force will begin the erection of a BOOTS SHOES on the lot The House of Representatives passed Judge Hords bill for the improvement of The Representative from Clark county Kentucky river on Wednesday morning enjoys the enviable reputation at home of In great variety very low for cash only call at IP1 never having taken a drink of any intoxi- Â¬ without a dissenting voice the signs of cating liquor smoked or chewed tobacco MOORE LOGAN McKEE The greatest lady violinist in the United or sworn an oath Shake Mr Boone and J0HNL States is without a doubt Miss Maria may your shadow never grow less while the St Clair street Mansion llouso Block 16 2t Roller now with the Bergers her only world moves rival Camilla Urj o being in Australia Hon John D White has introduced a The next meeting of the Royal Templars bill in the Legislature authorizing the polls In South Frankfort is which takes place at seven oclock next to be opened at the next August election to Thursday evening is nn important one take the sense of the votws of this State 14 4t Apply to TIIOS HODMAiV Jh and every member should be present on the question of prohibiting the manu it Dont forget facture and sale of spirtubus vinous and o be celebrated in malt liquors within this Commonwealth If Mardi Gras should In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES ie at Frankfort on the 10th of February it If he can procure the passage of this bill would bring hundreds of people to the city he will at least be entitled to the thanks of SUCCE3SOK TO quantity of money every temperance man woman and child who would leave a large Who have just received a mammoth stock of hotels and livery in Kentucky with our merchants stables Who will give the ball a start Is the Cheapest place to buy your It is impossible for any man to conduot a Whioh they ofTer at prices tn suit everybody May field has quadrupled its population newspaper in such a manner as to pleaso They keep none but tho very beat and guarantee STOYES TIN WAKE Â¬ every artiolo to bo just as roprosontod and Fuli This rapid everybody in view of which fact Mr Deer within the last six years Wright inovory instance A full lino of growth of the town and the corresponding ing hnB bought two marble grave stones Goods House increase in business is said to be attributable from the marble cutter and made arrange STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES A N N ID O WOODS to the fact that no intoxicating liquors have ments for others so as to save expense to time Hurrah the families of such persons aa take excep Wooden been sold there within that Stone Ware Let us decide to have it tions to any article which may appear in Anil nunrvthinfv iimmlK knnt in n firRfnlflRS TuAll nil local option I 111 KnAMTlff for will bo issued gr0oery j all over Kentucky at the next August his paper The first number Lryour BU cent ionftmt onoioe oranus we will witness such prosperity next week and Mr Deering being i thor election and UlIUUIJIS Rro Urn Xii of Coffee as was never before heard of in this old ough newspaper nwn will run it to suit Best Vrosh Oybtcw always on hand JOB WORK A SrHJALlY hinjBclfi juu 15 tf Commonwealth WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT I Ti Poetic poetry emanations from irr r rnmp oei bert WATCHMAKER gt JJSWJELEM ENGBAVEB SILYEli JOS LCOMPTE - DRUGGIST NEW DRUGr STORE Â¬ Drugs Medicines -- Â¬ P SMITH M Physician and SurgeoD BEST IN THE WOELD Hats and Caps lmm A NICE RESIDENCE TPstssilllllliiifiir Â¬ BEST IPL ACE COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR P V Gray Cos Watson Ooa CHOICE GROCERIES -- FOR SALE fggNpgjj9Ptf Â¬ and t Furnishing MANTELS 1 GRATES aiij pr I v Via - r j r V W H m A iil jjij turn -- Dkwk l- MiArn tfaMHMi mIw CHM c M M- - V JWi V SH i 1 4 T kt M I a w - V fcM- - - fe fv v Hi art ft k-Mb We v - v i B ing of the ailent orders of their kind preHoll of honor of Leestown school ceptor astonished even those familiar with Hotkey Blanton Edmund Taylor Charley Russell the success of the system of training the Emma Connere As the church goers were crowding Main hncou Blanton The rendition of ehoit Aggie Connors and dumb deaf Thus Mines street returning from religious service nt stories by the little students the presentation Mamie Douglass Rvbecca Kinriv Sunday James Brown about half past eight oclock last ST CLAIR ST FKANKIOJiT KY in the sign language of a selection from Janie Brown Aleck Douglaes night they were startled by a terrific crash Shakespeare by Prof Schoolfield himself By mistake the name of Bacon Blanton in front of the new building of Mr P C a graduate of the school and the rendering was omitted in the Inst report Bacon is a Sower where the wind had played havoc of the Lords Prayer and a poem by the most excellent scholar and deserves honor- Â¬ with a very fine plate glass by shutting pupils were applauded and enjoyed by able mention at all times the door of the stairway with such great the audience not simply because the prog Â¬ violence as to wrench the glass from the At a meeting of Capital Lodge No 209 ress of the system of education was thereby TO ORDER IN ALL THE door and throw it on to the stone pavement well represented but because there was Independent Order of Good Templars held The crashing report alarmed the below genuine and novel entertainment and in- Thursday evening January I5tli the fo- Â¬ dwellers and loiterers within several equares Kobt II King of Lex- llowing officers were elected to serve the en Â¬ struction in all of the building and in a few minutes a ington of the Alumnae of the Institution suing three months AND AT crowd was huddled around Mr Sowers II G Mat tern W C T a gentleman distinguished in his native Miss Lizzie McEwan W V T eagerly seeking information by hurried city for all that gives a real gentleman and Harrv Buckley W S there was no great petisation But questions esteem Chas Taylor jr W F S crowd business man prominence and in the matter and the gathered Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 0in Miss Susie Mayhall W T through Gen Houston addressed the audi bv picked up the many frag and pasaers II J Hyde W M ence in a neat speech as follows Miss Pinkie Bncklt v W I G ments of broken plate glahd and cleared It afford me great pleasure Gknticmkx Willia n Martin WVO G the way soon distributing portions of Mr to come before you to niglit as a represen- Â¬ The Sowers lights through the city tative of Alma Mater the Kentucky At a meeting of the Committee on Water For tho convenience of my patrons I have lass was shattered into thousands of small Institute for the Deaf and Dumb 1 feel sure from the City Council held Wednesday opened a Fruit mid Vegctablo Store in tho room that the evidences of improvement and evening pieces ocenpied by Otto Von Borrios in addi- Â¬ the following bids were received and recontlymy culture they have given to night will be as tion to More near tho Wooden Bridge where Deeply inter opened I will keep constantly on hnnd the The officers of Capital Lodge No G gratifying to you as to me am this welfare 1 0 0 F were publicly installed Monda ested as I feel in the you loinof with institu-in Pat Noonan bid for masonry per cubic I me tion that 3 15 for upper fill 38 cents per VogBtabb night by District Deputy Grand Master J wishing every sauces to this most chnritablt yard cubic yard for lower fill 27 cents per cubic V Hockeismith asssibted by Thos J and humane Institution From personal yard FANCY GROCERIES STAPLE Hutchison as Grand Marshal and other knowledge of its benefits and frequent obJohn Haly bid for same work 3 05 37 servation of its bcnficial effect on the un cents and lib cents respectively members of the Order The ceremonies Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Cmifcc 1 can testify to its Minus Williams bid for same work tiouerio8 fcc My old friends and tho public by fortunate mutes were very interesting and were witnessed excellence as an academy and its great 2 85 30 cents and 25 respectively generally are iuvitod to give me a call Dont a number of ladies and gentlemen and usefulness in fitting its scholars for the which being the lowest cents best bid the forget tho plaeo Main street ono door east of and MRS SALLIE BOHANNAN St Clair members of the Order from other place0 struggle for lifes benefits and honors for contract was awarded to him 3 tt On behalf installation cere- which they are ill prepared At the conclusion of the and pupils of the Institute the monies an address was delivered by Jra of thankfaculty for your kind attention and I you MILCH COWS FOR SALE Julian Esq in his usual good style from can assure you that any favors shown which we gather the following facts The them in the future will be fully appreciated I have ten good Milch Cows five of which are I proposo to open an English and Olassioal Lodge was organized in 1S44 and has con frosh which I will sell cheap lor cash 1 he exhibition concluded with a humorou High School in South Frankfort for Boys and 51 tf JOHN KIERNAN tinued to increase in members and pros- Â¬ play representing a village school and itp Young Men on the SECOND MONDAY IN perity from that time until it now number master in which the inevitable bad boy SEPTEMBER prox to continue till tho secondÂ¬ lTidny in June 1880 Boys propared for busiH AVEEXLL ninety six working members and has in of the school room and the bewitching ness or for tho higher classes in college Charges Per Term of Ten Months cash and real e tate over 20000 After Biddy of the kitchen were the leading Opposite Post Office Frankfort y For tho Higher Classes including Latin their hall on Market street was destroyed characters by The whole va rendered and Greek Languages and Literature 00 00 Music and Musical Goods by fire in 1870 bonds to the amount of Prof chooltield and three of hi3 pupils and For all others 50 00 One third in advaneo ono third at Christinas 15000 were issued to ennble them to one of the voung ladies from the advanced BEST iSSDRTHENT IH THE CITY UBGEST and ono third May 1st 1880 temple class of the Institution build their present commodious The play could Number limited to 30 Applications may be Strings for Piimo Violin Vii loncello Guitar They were eagerly tuken at par by capital- Â¬ not have been presented by experienced loft at the Telegraph or Roundabout office Banjo Ac A full line of Instruction Books al Â¬ Aug 0 1379 6m- J B TIIARP ists and none can be had at this time at actors with more effect or more accuracy ways on hand Orders tor Sheet music solicited a premium they being regarded as a and ease Music published anywhere promptly obtained at The members of the General Publishers Prices New Music rti eived monthlThis bonded debt Assembly who were present seemed amazed splendid investment yid being rapidly absorbed every year and and delighted We trust they will give During this great instituion of the State all the we hppe soon will be wiped out OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND the last six mouths lliey have paid out in attention it deserves for sale R C STEELE G B MACKLIN o sick benefts alone S250 Capital Lodge is Proprietor an honor to the Capital City being com WM INGHAM Belle Point Clerk Caterer -- MILL Capt J AM US BUIIK of our best citizens and posed of some CHAMPION SAW Frank says he means business now so Oor Center and Jefferson Ste Louisville The oflicerb we lejoice at her prosperity girls look out OSEULiLE installed Monday night are good men and In assuming the management of the Willard There was a dance at Mr Geo Reockc the Lodge will continue to prosper during Wednesday night Hotel tho present proprietor will use every effort to contribute to the comfort of his guests and L their administration sustain the reputation this woll knnwn establish Â¬ Mr Sam Todd has resigned his position Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of ment has so long enjoyed nd bcdB conven- Â¬ Major Hall was crowded to its utmost as clerk in Trade Palace ient sample room for eoiimifruiii men and first Socials over here are as few and far be Â¬ Lumber capacity last Tuesday evening when Prol Flooring Weather class table The patromtgeof tho public is so- Â¬ licited tween as Ed B h Hideburns of the beneficial Dudley gave an exhibition Boarding Laths Shin- Â¬ Mr Dave Todd is talking of erecting a work of the Kentucky limitation for the grist mill in this place is something It Deaf and Dumb located at Danville by wo gles c need very much bringing before the members of the Legis DKAIKK IK lature and the audience some of the pupils in There were several young ladies visiting LOHB HEAVY BRIDGE TIMBERS A SPECIALTY town and vicinity this week but we and beneficiaries of the Institution He failed to get their names Office and Suie Mill in Belle Point hadsulected ami brought to this city some Members of the Legislature who want to Willsollatthe yory lowest figures of the bright little boys and girls of the see a model town are invited to come over OPPOSITE FRANKFORT Feb 1 1 v school and when they came upon the stage for weve never a bar room here their intelligence was ut once the subject of Col S V Pence is now very busily en JAMES ANDREW SCOTT They were examined in arith gaged in building Ii in saw mill boat at Flat roinark jKvisrivijijsr He expects to have it in running metic geography grammar and other creek fctudiod in all of which they evidenced order early in the tpring Will hereaftorpraotico law In all tho oourtshold Judge W L Pence was quite ill the at Frankfort Kontuoky Oflioo in front room wonderful knowledge and evoked the praise Hord it Trabuos office 3TOUIsrrKY of u very body The adept use of the signs fir of the week but we are glad to note of In all cusesln the County Quarterly Circuit lOH Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio he is able to attend to his Champion saw- Â¬ ALLISON SMITH and Criminal Oourtsho will by a speoial arrange JOHNSON the remarkably quick anil accurate per- Â¬ mill which is now in excellent running inont have tho advioo and assistancoof John L ception and the ahnoat instant uuderatand- - order Tho Typo on which this XQZ Soott without additional ohargo Feb22Jy the ubovo Foundry Ed paper i3 printed Is from WEEKLY ROUNDABOOJkj BEEBERICH Merchant Tailor Fail and Winter Suits Â¬ Â¬ XATBST STYLES Lowest Prices JSEW FRUIT STORE 4 Â¬ Ty H Ms Â¬ Â¬ DBua tcussiui iih semi Â¬ W COAL COAL Willard Hotel W POINT KY PENCE c WJ OHXNtf ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ FOR O A SEC ATTORNEY AT LAW tv ii- - t MfthldtoaMtatttfMttMttaMiil mkhkttmJUkt fjf JtA i iiiiniiiaTfcitfin fciLiTituWii v liinTiiiiiirfciim iTMhnr i imlm iMimtimm