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I JtmmiliMkm UMiMhinr- - iMj i The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi For tho Roundabout FRANKFORT KY Mr Win Wilson of Missouri is visiting his mother Mrs Egbert Puckett Mrs Dr Stout was out from Frankfort last Sunday to see her sister Mrs Pollard Died On the 8th inst after a short illness Mrs tlezckiah Shouse aged 20 yea is Mr Jeff A Harris and his sister Miss Maggie of Rnwls county Mo are visiting Miss Annie Puckett Mr John Ilorineaud his brother Joseph of Favette countv have been visiting their sister Mrs Pollard this week There was a storm party at Mr Gran Alexanders last Tuesday night and all seemed to enjoy themselves very much Â¬ JANUARY 24 1880 Number 18 Whites School House KENTUCKY TO HER SONS Hold not to mo my sons your empty bonds Your yawning coffers should bo brimming oer Around yott stretch vast plains of fruitful lands And mighty mountains holding wealth in atoro Grint chains of plenty reach from East to West Gods bounteous wealth to mo your mother given stand of all possessed V children And you Yet scorn tho great munificcnen of Heaven Sons of Kentucky proud you hold your nnrno Yours is an honored lino And well you may bless her spotless fume For old Virginia Owns kindred with you being sons of mine Sons of Kentucky enst your eyes nbrond Heboid vour neighbors with abundant wealth See nations for thoir morgy applaud Why lag yc thus so far behind tho rest They ennnot claim such lincngo as you own No chivalry like yours their ranks adorn Has all tho courage from your spirits flown Do you contented bear their proper scorn Sons of Kentucky you arc sleeping Awako Your mountains level and your rivers use Your iron bar and pick and shovel tako And to your Stato vitality infuse No more of empty coffers need you prato No moro stretch helplessly your empty hands Yo arc tho sons of Natures darling State And boundless wealth for your acceptance Miss Agnes Lavery Cincinnati has been visiting the Misses Ilanly Miss Maggie Owen of Frankfort has been visiting her brother Mr Lee Owen Dame Humor confidentially informs us there is to be a wedding before long in this neighborhood The many friends of Miss Leona Jett will be glad to learn that she is slowly im- Â¬ proving from her late illness The Social Club met at the residence ol Mr Luther Crutcher one night last week and a splendid time was enjoyed by all Bob Jones that prince of good fellows is visiting bis well Bob didnt tell us but e t it r lur mit i Alien aim wue nee lUiss we suppose it is his relatives in Clark uiioru Jennie Armstrong have returned from Cin- county cinnati where they went on their bridal Misses Eva White and Maggie Tracv ol tour Alton attended the Social last week Miss Mrs Capt C E Merrill and her beauti- Â¬ Maggie treated the company to some mot ful little daughter Miss Lucy of Wash delightful They music on the guitar ington City are visiting friends and relative carried the hearts of several of our young men with them when they left for their at this place home Rkioktkk Â¬ HSllttg 1 CONFECTIONERY AT ETONB ASM FECIT BAKERY STREET 3XAIIV I have just receiveil a full stock of goods for the CIIIUSTMnS HOLIDAYS that cannot be surpassed by any other house in this city Toys of every description can be had for a mere trifle I hnvo on hand at all times Cakes of every de- Â¬ scription such as BLACK a CAKE SILVER CAKE rOUND CAKE SPONGE CAKE And in fact everythitg that is usually kept in titst class Confectionery I invite all to conic and see for thomselves before purchasing else- Â¬ where Taylorton Frankfort Retail Markets Hon George E Frazer has been duly Carefully corrected every week by F V Dec 20 m commissioned and qualified as Burgomaster Gray te Co Grocers St Clair street of our town stands COFFEK Richard Grant has returned from Fay Â¬ All things are made for use No bud that springs 20 ette county and is now domiciled with his Rio good in its spell But holds some gems of power AS ASSIiiNKK OK Rio choice 22 A 0i Jo father-in-laMr George Frazer No inscnt cleaves the air with gauzy wings Lngunvra 25 But has its life work and perforins it well Eli Roswell the veteran fisherman resides Choice roasted Rio here lie expects to capture quantities of Your mighty rivers sleep upon their bed I oiler the entire stock of SUVDKIKS Your hands could work them into giant aids the finny tribe during the spring months 107 121 Sugar peril And plenty flow whero now stagnation spreads Mr Will Emery an enterprising young Molasses per gal BHWHf Slocb And holds tho wealth within your hills and 50TJ0 Watches J j man from Madison county has engaged all Coal oil per gal MVUIIYJ glades 25 the slop that the O F C makes and is Rice 10 AT LOWEST CASH PR1ECS Arouse arouse yo to tho needed toil fattening 200 head of cattle Candles now enthralls 1520 Shako off tho lethargy that 2U The Taylorton Academy is presided over Otieese Prove yo uro worthy children of tho soil t The new goods bought this fall will be sold at S 7 Sons of lvonueky tis Kentucky calls by Miss Eflie Chestnut She is highly Standi first cost tho other goods for loss than cost ami 1 35 qualified for the position and her efforts Mackerel in kits of In lbs many articles for le s than half cost as the stock 4 must bo sold are much appreciated by the patrons of the Beans choice white per II P C MEEK Two charming nig ladies called upon 4 Hominy per lb morning when we reqeusted school us Tuseilay 5 Grits per lb Watches repaired in the best manner and as The population of our town has been Drird apples per lb one of them to write us a local After 10 low as any honest competent workman can afford by the influx of operators 13 P MEEK 15 to do it Dried peaches per lb they left the following notice which wo much increased t from overthesea to work in the Kentucky Xov 15 tf 7 bus bid 2 40 Salt heartily endorse was dicoveml on our River Mills lUOVKSIONS table Jack Tremere is now learning the distil- Shoulders S tt Two good looking young ladies paid us lery business Rector Crittenden is also Sides Having had a number of years experience at To say that we were learning the same business a visit Tuesday Col Stape 121 tho business I offer my services to the citizens of Hums charmed would hut iuintly express our Johnson theeflicient manager of the 0 F Lard 10 Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell feelings Â¬ C will spare no pains to make them com Eggs 15 stock on the street household goods or do general farm auctioneering Orders left at the store petent distillers 20 of Mr V Horborkh or tho stable of Dan Han Â¬ Butter The following named officers were elected is in contemplation to build a railroad It cock will receive prompt attention Charges FIOUU at the last stated conclave of Frank bit to this lilace running from the denot in Citv Mills per cwt moderate J J PETERSON S4 OQfrA 50 10 tf Frankfort down the vallev where the Ken Klkhorn Water Mills per cwt 2 Commandery No 4 K T 504 00 tucky river ran when Dick Tate first became Valley Mills per cwt Sir Jos Swigert E C 3 754 25 Treasurer of the State and will pass the Sir W II Phythian O AC uuvix grounds of the Kentucky Industrial AssoSirE TI Tavlor C G 1 OOg I 10 ciation around by Judge Herds thence to Wheat per bus Sir J no W Pugh l The Frankfort Roundabout the Arlington and O F distilleries up live per wis Sir Russell Sneed S W 45 the river to the Kentucky River Mills then Corn per bus Sir W Johnston Todd J W A SI 20 to the mammoth lumber mill of Hatchitt heathers old per II Sir E Whitesides Tr it Ziegler This is a grand enterprise and Feathers new per lb THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COUHIER JOURNAL tt Sir F C Ilughe Stan B 10 Ginseng one which I fully endorse Sir F V Gray Sword B little moro Tallow per lb ol Ono year for - 2b Two papers for 2 Sir V A Kalleubrun W Very few of your readers are aware of Timothy per bus MIMIIttHKMMI Send us il ami re Â¬ 3 75 than tho price of one tt Sir ft Sehnefer C of G ceive your home paper with tho Courior Journil the thriving village which is located on Ken Potatoes Irish per bus SO tho bust brightoit and ablest family weekly in tucky river oulv a mile and a half from 25 tho country Potatoes sweet per bus There is almost as much the State capital Bridgeport IUDKS IlliS a u enterprise in tins town as there is in the JAMES ANDREW SCOTT 11 12 14 Within the last three Dry tlint hides per whole of Frank fort roads are fearfully muddy The dirt C 5g months we have had erected the fine Arling- Dry -- alt hides per lb ILAW S0i Miss Carrie Parker is visiting friends at ton distillery the capacity of which is 101 hbeep skins Clayvillage Shelby county bushels a day a verv immense warehouaeJSkunk skins black 4Ut SO Will horeafforpractioe law In nil the courtsheld Oflioo in front room 10 at Frankfort Ivuntuuky receiving worms corn Skunk skins spotted large elevator Tho gold mine excitement has subsided a Trubues otlieo 0 of Hord Mink Skins cribs cattle sheds etc Such a transforma In ivllousostn tho County Quarterly Circuit and all is quiet in the village 05 tion in so short time was hardly ever seen lied lox skins and Criminal Oourtshe will by n special arrange- Â¬ fiO Gray tox skins Mr Quin Parrent will leave for Fayette before ment have tho advice and assistunconf John L Kaccoon skins 40 Soot twithoutvdditional charge county Missouri next Monday 10 J Bird FcbL2 ly T have also opened my Restaurant for the ac Â¬ commodation of tho public and will constantly keep Fine Select Oysters the best of Game and Fresh Fish and all other things that tho market affords Meals at all hours and prices reasonable PETES C SOWEn Â¬ RARE CHANGE w tt 13 F MEEK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 80 A Splendid Offer 80 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 ATTORNEY AT Â¬ 1 W i4 a lisSiij11 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT CLVUDK HUpiClKY OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS ZEJciitcrG axid IF utolislhers T Ell US Saturday nt one dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 51 cent three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered letter nt our rhk g Noicc of Marriages Hirths and Dtnths inserted free of chnrge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates FRANK F011T JANUARY 24 1SS0 The WxrKM IlotNnAitoUT is published every The Litel Meeting of Lee ami Jackson is a very Hue oil print now on exhibition in the State House near the entrance to It is sold by subthe Senate Chamber scription only and can be obtained by calling on the agent Mr W B Wilson of Louisville who can be found for a few days at Meriwether Hotel Â¬ Miss Rogers of Columbia Mo is with indicates that yonr subscription has expired and must be renewed before von receive another paper first page with a red If your Koundaiiout is marked on the X it them DKAfKnS IN Capt W T Havens of the Mt Sterling Sentinel has been in the city this week and brightened our ollicc with his beaming Cigars Tobacco Iancy Groceiies countenance AT Miss Mamie Coghlnn an accomplished ST CLAIR ST FRAAAFORT 16 It young lady of Holy Cross Marion county who has been visiting relatives and friends in this city returned home last Wednesday UEO W JACKSON in the Souths orche tra the most famous Jake Evans chews Telephone tobacco Mill Wright and played some pieces of music nt the and lie says he believes he will have to Stale FRANKFORT KY hop at Capital Hotel on Friday night of give it up because the girls are always teasing him to tell them what makes bis last week which elicited rounds of applause mouth so sweet He wont tell because hes All orders for Mill wrighting and getting and We make mention of fenrliil the iris will tell their sweethearts repairing machinery promptly attended to at from the dancers reasonable rates Leave orders at Roundabout OHO WJACKSON this fact because it is so unusual in a ball and thereby put them on an equal looting ollico Jan 17 3m i IICVOIIOV cio mioiiinl iHwith himself J vv llUIII illlll till IIHWIK composition of our fellow townsman the ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr James HoVlywood who is an accomCIRCUIT JUDGE plished musician G 15 THOMSON BHO Fruits of all Blinds Machinist uBn Â¬ Personal Mis Stites Duvall is at home again Dr C W Miller returned home Thursday afternoon Mrs Humphrey Evans who lives near Main can accommodate Lewis street Mis Willie Duvall s visiting friend in Lexington a few boarders Col A G Hodges Louisville was in the A Franklin county voting man is looking city yesterday for a young lady that can play Picking Up Dr Worth W Herndon Carlisle was in the Shells bv the Sea Shore the city Tuesday The Capital Gazette Ben Deerings new Miss Lizzie Jacob Louisville is visiting paper will certainly make its appearance friends in the city Mia Bettie Theobald Louisville is in the A failure to receive his next Wednesday itv visiting relatives type on time is the cause of the delay Miss Belle Bennett Richmond is visiting On tie recommendation oi me ueci friends on the South Side lature the Governor yesterday pardoned Mio Mary Washington of Covington about seventy convicts in the penitentiary is vi iting friends in the citv and the most of them are now loafing Mr Tno W McChire and family made about town a shoit visit to the citv this week Mi s Bnrnham Richmond is the guest The steamer Valley brought six hundred of Mhs Lizzie Monroe South Side sacks of wheat down the river Thmdayl 11 1 T on F V Gray A Co always keep in stock a full line of choice staple and fancy groceries Weare authorized to announce JOHN J ORK of Owen county as a Democratic candidate tor Judge of llii Circuit Court of the Eleventh Ju- Â¬ Comer Broadway and Ann Strvte opposite Mar Â¬ ket 1 fountdicial District subject to the notion of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Party - Cigar and Tobacco Stand CIRCUIT CLERK We aro authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate for ro election to the office of Circuit Clurk of Franklin county at the August election 1SS0 subject to the action of the Democratic patty SHERIFF We aro authorized to announco GEO W QUARLES ns a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county at the August election 1880 subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce E II TAYLOR as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin countv at the August election 1881 subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announco E 0 HAW K INft a candidate fur Sheriff of Franklin county at the August election 1880 subject to the action f ll Democratic party Â¬ We have opened a Cignr and Tobacco Stand in connection with our Telephone Office nnd will keep constantly on hand a full line of im- Â¬ ported nnd domestic cigars nnd tobacco Wc sell th best five cent cigar in the citv Call and see us J U WILLIAMS v BRO A NICE hESIDENOE FOR SALE 14 In South Frankfort ia 4t Apply to TII03 RODMAV Jit CLOTHING BOOM CONSTABLE We aro nuthomed to announce JOHN W GAINES as a i iiiiumiiic for Con table of this thcflrft mnffiaturliil ilUtrlnt lnwt t ih n tion of the Democratic party at the primary -- Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best Stock ever brought to this Market To mirlit mill iinliviilcil them nt l Cl oo Will lUfl 4UVMil 13 1e CV jn Mks Virginia CJriirsbv Danvillo is in attend to now the city the guest of Miss A Hie Todd We call attention to our Franktoit retail Mr J Rowland Day of Millersburg has week which will be been visiting friends in the city this week market report this W HIMVH nl hpM thecitv wharf j m iHUjIf i m j W Pnheen - if r vuur i iii iiusiniss uu TI iiimmiik i iTA - l ni bnjers of election January XI 1880 First Class Clothing Is up with tho times all thats iSfl s Ml ji M It is found accurate in every particular Miss M Katie T5uh of FTawesville Jsi our purpose to give a full report of the visiting the family of Hon W P D Bu h Frankfort market eerv week Miss Lizzie Kinkend Lexington i iti ln nU flin 0v r Afra r unmr Ttlnnfr iiiiikI w Owing to a river improvement meeting burn at the court house to night the temperance Elder B B Tyler pnsod through the mass meeting will be postponed until to Monday en route for bis home in LouisGood citv morrow afternoon at 3 oclock ville speakers will be there and all are invited Miss Lizzie Waton who Iins boon vi it Louisville has returned at- ing friends in Dr W II Averill is giving special home He also tention to orders for sheet music Misses Maggie Tracv nnd Eva White of keeps on hand a large supply of the very Alton have been smiling on the Frankfort such a best quality of musical good boys this week violin and guitar strings violin keys Miss Maggie Boswortl of Mt Sterling bridges aprons and the like has been in the citv this week the guest o of Miss Daisy Fitzhugh fire Thursday morning was The alarm of Gen D W Lindsey returned home Tues occasioned by the burning of a portion of day morning accompanied by Mr Marsh- Â¬ the kitchen of Mrs Dr Campbells residence all J Allen of New York The fire was caused by in South Frankfort TVTra Tvittv TJwlilcll nnd fn mill left ibis -- he a defective Hue but was extinguished bedone fore very great damage was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We nro authorized to announce JESSE P WTlTiTAMS IIS nntwli fin t fur Piralilli if tlirt Well made Stylish and Shrank we invito inspection Frankfort District subject to the notion of the primary election January 1880 OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT I A i S TJ I 3E 13 HTqtxt OIL PRINT HHIICKSJvSTJNG TKK and Kfobhy and supplied with FURNISHING DEPARTMENT NeT r inure complete ALL THE NOVELTIES i XAST MHaSTIlTG OF I jJLj0 u on - - ctllCL T 1 cLClSOH MAIN STrtKMT WATERMinTFLOUR Persons desiring a choice articles of CRUTCHER STARES says of it subcrition nt rhe Sfnte nouHO rt f only Tho Baltimore Herald cv Water Mill Flour I an get it by leaving their order n JONES COMPTOSS l Iour Store on Broadway Aug 80 iin A It is a picture not cr produced in this country merely to plenie for n day or month but to be handed down as an hoir looui to our children It is one of the hnst historical pictures New Hardware Store OlKNKD BY Major Hall was packed almost to suffo cation Thursday night to see the exhibition given by Dr tf Q A Stewart Superintend Â¬ The ent of the Feeble Minded Institute programme was most interesting and the proficiency manifested by the children of the Institute elicited great applause Dr Stew art and ataietantfl deserve great credit for their unceasing efforts in the noble work in which they are engaged Mrs Richard Crutcher and Miss Lulie pioii lujiduf oiisodtlo osnon Stephens of this county left last Saturday maun in in0 buozhjo Suipuoj puv bsoj3 NEXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS oog XJionuoji jo ouig oqj uj uuuijj4om isarj Hardware in General Paints Oils Doors for a visit to friends in Eminence n nrnlo Cftti i lid twill rf I lit fkM tft t nilin nill Jl UMir Cnolt CbultAnn Xfiiiltlinna nAin Mr Sidney French after an absence of 0i nX diuntc several weeks in poulhern and western iimc pofn pao ponuopBoioopjr Z AnccT UftllQF IN THUTN II nuujci in ivWll poB80JU puu poauop 8Dijoj urkurtr co i i Kentucky is at home for a few days 1 I artArkMra SDONT READ THIS 1 IIALY BROTHERS IN MANSION 1IOUHK HIOCK CO Dora Ferguson accompanied by op Master Harry Cane went to Louisville last Saturday ami returned home Monday MifseH Georgie and Willie Bowman are visiting their father Col C E Bowman m 4oa deaqo puu VJ V pooSJ aujuBjiv oaoqx Ull OAXB 01 M Call and be conrineed Aug 30 tf IIALY BROS CO HALOX HI ST XtyBI 0 Job Work Neatly Exe Â¬ cuted at this Ollicc J aV Mb V S Hw 3 - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNKFORT JANUARY 24 Seventeen colored emigrants left on the afternoon train yesterday for Kansas Whiteside8 ite MeEwanthe most popular furniture men in Central Kentucky can hardly fill orders because they come in so fnt We are glad to see them prospering The Hop No more brilliant array of beauty ever assembled in the ball room at Capital Hotel than was witnessed Inst night The Assem bly Ball Club may justly feel proud of the success attending their hops Nothing is lacking to make them alUhatcan be wished 1380 Philip Selbert WATCHMAKER Shall we celebrate Mardi Gras Head the advertisement of the Great LonÂ¬ Â¬ don Renovator A coal oil lam explosion at the resilience for The streets received a good cleaning the of Mrs Ann Russell South Side about 7 AND The following is only a partial list of the middle of the week be- oclock Thursday night came very near young Indies present with a description of rm it ii The city is literally lull of beautiful youni mil a serious atlair lie tire was extin their dresses guished before much damage was done Clair Street Frankfort Ky ladies from a dUtuncc Miss Mary Tapp Louisville white bro St cade and plain satin diamonds Una just recoivctl n full stock of Temperance meeting at the court house Invitations are out for an entertainment Miss Myra Bondurant Louisville lnven to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock at Grahams Academy of Music by the der silk pansies SILVER WARE CLOCKS Miss Lizzie Jacob Lcuisville moire an Young Ladies Cooking Club next Tues Bro had some very line G B Thomson tique skirt light blue cashmere overdress Anil is receiving goods daily Another rare treat in store diamonds of them day evening lobsters on sale yesterday some epicureans of Frankfort to Miss Mamie Kreamer Louisville white Goods Sold lo Suit the Times weighing as much as three and a hall for the young follow lace and muslin pink trimmings natural say nothing of the pleasures that Nov 22 tf pounds flowers Oi the supper Miss Anna Ilolman Louisville black The next Congressman from the Ash satin skirt blue silk oveulress handsome land District should be Judge Lysauder Senator James Blackburn made a big lace ITord the champion of river improvement fight against tiie river bill in the Senate Miss Bettie ITolman Louisville cream in Kentucky While it did not hurt the colored brocade silk and sitin diamonds on Thursday Having purefiased of It W Tilford tho Miss Lizzie Ilaldeman Louisville light bill it will cause the political death The subject ol Mr Darsies discourse river blue cashmere handsome embroidery dia The bill monds at the Christian Church to morrow night of Mr Blackburn in this section DRUGfl and Miss Cecelia McClarty Louisville white All are passed the Senate by a vote of 26 to is New Wine in New Bottles Williams tthnk South Ftwikfort now goes to the Governor for his approval lace muslin white satin trimmings diacordially invited monds o Desires to inform the oitions of Frinkfort nnd Miss Jennie Hamilton Louisville white vicinity tlmt ho will keep at the abivo place a Persons desiring to get all the home news of old negro men were over A couple embroidered muslin over blue silk flower full line of heard discussing the whipping post bill on together with telegraphic foreign and and diamonds he streets one day this week both ol general news should subscribe lor the Miss Marv Bodlev Mississippi cardinal RoiTNDAiiofT and Louisville Weekly Cou and pearl silk natural flowers and diamonds favored its pa sage whom Miss Mary W ashiiigtou Covington pink We will furnish both papers CIGARS TOBACCO rier Journal ETC silk dnik trimming- - flowers and diamonds Which ho will sell at A member of the Legislature on seeing one year for the small sum of 2 25 This prices to suit Ihe time Miss Fannie Rogers Columbia Mo A share of the puhlio patronage is i lithograph of the Big Four minstrels is little more than the price of one paper white lace anil solicited muslin white satin trimwanted to and everybody who wants to get a quantity mings flowers and diamonds in a show window displayed PflESCmPTIDlS miTELl COMPOIUDED know if it was Elrods group of the General of good reading lor a small sum should Miss Belle Bennett Richmond pearl silk 3U Night h ll promptly answered and cardinal brocade pearls Assembly subscribe for these two papers at once Nov 22 ly Mi S Virginia Grigsby Dat ville pink-A team of horses hitched to a two horse silk skirt ashes of roses overdress natural Dr Hall and Gen Green Clav Smith got flowers S wagon created a little excitement on Mon D Miss Judith Guest tired of groping around in the Egyptian Danville cream day bv running up Market street at a brocade silk diamonds They were stopped at the darkness that envelops the South Side on furious gait Miss Fannie Mott Paducah white satin o they recently put moonless nights market house pink brocade tulle flowers and diamonds Office and Residence Mansion House Block St up a large oil lamp at the corner ol Third Miss Mav demons Covington black Clair Street The Louisville Sunday Argus was in and Steele streets and now they pick their silk cardinal flowers great demand in this city last Monday wav over muddv crossings and rough side FRANKPORT KY Miss Nellie Kincaid Danville light blue Apr2i ly copies Mr Drydeu telegraphed lor forty walks by the brilliant light of a lamp that silk and muslin diamonds Miss Addie Sprmile Bowling Green which came up on the evening train They burns every dark night at their expense cream satin cashmere overdress cardinal went like hot cakes Persons who go that way and appreciate trimmings diantonds For want of space we omit a description The Sunday News made its first appear the convenience of the light aflbrded bv this lamp owe no thanks to the City Council of the dresses of our home girls but will It is ance nt Lexington last Sunday well edited shows a deposition to give all for it but to the two gentlemen above -- ay that they were not only vtry elegant Judge Duvall has also placed a and very beautiful as well and were worn the local new is typographically neat anil named line lamp exactly like the one above worn with queenly grace bhould succeed as we hope it will named in his front yard which is a great o Our Benson letter will be read with much help If some good soul would place one LOCAL NOTICES Miss Belle Pike that was tells on Mrs Herudons corner it would improve interest A Fools Errand very similar to Uncle ol houey mooMs blue eyed cherubs twins things wonderfully in that part of- the city Poms Cabin for -- ale at McUlures Book domestic felicity clear waters mud roads Store storm parties tfcc ifcc It will pay you Angels may sometimes be entertained The largest and cheapest line of toilet to read it unawares but a world renowned temperance soap in the city at Orilliu Bros Berberichs Emporium of Fashion is lecturer in the guise of a book agent Throughout the world Favorite Stoves We dare say that not are known to be the best Use daily becoming more popular with gentle well hardly ever Favorite John T Buckley No better cutter can be ten persons in this city know that they Stoves and be happy of taste men found in Kentucky than Mr Berberich have been talking to and entertaining this Agent St Clair street Handsome line of Horse Shoe jewelry and the nicety with which his suits fit is week one of the greatest of all the apostles SlCCKSSOK TO at Griilin Bros of Francis Murphy the great temperance almost marvelous No less reformer Yet such is the fact Favorite Stoves are without question There is some talk ol a Temperance a personage than our dear good brother the finest and best cooking htoves in the Every stove is sold with a written Is the Cheapest place to buy your ticket at the next August election The George Leavenworth has been in the world guarantee to have no equal in economy man who boldly proclaims himself a Pro- Â¬ city this week canvassing for Colliers STOYES T1NWA11E To durability convenience and beauty receive will votes library edition of some of the most popular avoid being deceived by imitations call and hibition candidate enough at least to make him feel proud authors Mr Leavenworth is well known examine them at John T Buckleys even if he is not elected House Goods as one of the most earnest and effective 1000 bunches of black beads just re ceived at Gritlin Bros workers ever in this State having accomMardi Gras plished a world of good not only in In a letter fron Lexington Ky received There will be a meeting of the citizens nt Kentucky but in the whole South for the by Miles Son ordering their Patent flour It comes high but Iron and Tin Hoofing the court house nt S oclock next Tuesday cause of temperance Owing to a throat this expression is used will have it Similar expres the people evening to make arrangements for n Murdi affection lie was advised about u year ago sions are received daily from all points Guttering Are c A large attendance is by physicians to give up public speaking Use their J E M and you will never re- Â¬ htB celebration desired 1U JOB WORK A SPECIALTY gret it hence his absence from the lecture field 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JEWELEM f JOS LCOMPTS DRUGGIST Â¬ NEW - STORE Â¬ Drugs Medicines F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon BEST m THE WORLD Â¬ - Â¬ COLUMBIAN E II TAYLOR Watson Co Furnishing Â¬ MANTELS GEATES u ia Jf iUtf Mf 5 -- v t uVJfcWMMWl6lWJ ldwlk1 -- MVfW Ate i 4FJ WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Benson Jniuuiry2lM 18S0 Denrt dear Ifaundabnul m muchly enjoyed by the members of the varioiiH churches in the neighborhood mot of whom took part in the shindig Jimmy borrowed Hro Bens bridle and Exblanket and paid a dollar to look on 1 V BERBERICH E WEEKLY RDUMIDH Â¬ Merchant Tailor Fall and Winter Suits STITILIHS EVERY SATURDAY -- ST CLAIR ST FRAXhlORT KY js ru hushed Many muny bright nioonn have wnxed and waned mice lust wc hoM sweet converge together in these ay spicy delightful well Absence change ot vemembereil columns life from single to double blesseilnesH and all the care and multiplied engagements such a change implies must be my excuse TO ORDER IN ALL THE HY for so long a silence Yes dear Kouiahoit 1 have married tl e man of my heart and have passed through that wonderous period that halcyon gulden time known among all anglo AND AT no not saxon people as the honey moon passed through no not yet by a whole yet life time lor we Hatter ourselves that our honey moon is going lo last till our sum Office over Telegraph Office mons comes to join the innumerable caravan Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 6m that moves to brighter realms ol bliss be yond the stars Ami would vou believe it although it seems but ve terday since I was Fn Frankfort to bay U110CI2KIES is at a gay thoughtless girl only half way although it has been through my teens only twelve or fourteen months since I sent you my last letter I have already entered Wbo have just received a mammoth stock of into the joys ol maternity in all their fullness and am at this moment writing fort iil Ezra Elison is running head up for con- Which they offer at prices to suit everybody beside the cradle ol two of the mot beautiYet Bryant the teetotaller is not They keep none but tho very best and guarantee ful blne eved cherubs you ever muv one a stable One we call Mone- - lar behind Hun bovs run bow the other a jirl Verv article to be just as represented and Fuu i win- I see from the papers that the people ot Wkihiit in every instance Victoria Olio copy one year wall and the oilier A full line of 1 00 As long a these Jacksonville are agitating the subject of Iut think of that 50 God speed them STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES One copy six months treasures are spared to me 1 shall be the a turnpike to Frankfort in the State in tlieir noble enterpn e anil endeavors to richest woman in the countrv O O 13 S One copy throe montlio 25 make this grand step toward a more comin the United States in the universe I am always ready to Wooden Stone Ware But enouirh of egoism and now to plete civilization more at home where I can second any movement looking to the en hiwne is Once nd everything usually kept in a first class hear the familiar dash and roar of the franchisement and advaceinent of a mud grocery This road would open cla sic water- - of Benson that most famou environed people JHr Trymr 0 cent Tor and choice brands Kentucky rivulets as thev rush on to up to your city a much increased and of Coffee of IJt st Fresh Oysters always on band mingle with the Kentucky the Ohio the thereby constantly increasing trade with and the far oil Gulf I am one of the best and most densely settled jail 15 tf The Roundabout containi all the painfully struck with the horrible contru t regions in striking distance ol the Capital MILCH COWS FOR SALE1 which these pure waters of Benson beat- Everv other part ol the co mtv has been to the bottomless mini roau we poor ikmi proided for and why not this Yours always I have ten good Milch Cows five of which are souians are doomed to travel right by their fresh which 1 will sell cheap tor cash Mus Bkilh Road ide in order to get to our beautiful county i tr JOHN KIERNAN nee Miss Bum Puck Local and Society News Frankfort seat Yeiily verily oh HouxnMioiT defender H AVERILL of the peoples rights 1 say unto you that IMPTiPIT P n f IIPPI HA f IT PTT PI description ut ihe depth and den a proper 1U liiUll iJU Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky AM HAS sity of the mud and quicksands along this road is beyon the power of language Music and Musical Goods I proposo to open an English and Clnssieal 0 member of the County Court will High School in South Frankfort lor Hoys and We know Young Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN vou not do something lor u- A LARGER CIRCULATION HEST ASSORTMENT IH THE CITY LARGEST you can if you will and you will if you will 5EPTEMHEII prox to continue till the second SSI busi- Â¬ in Juno Uojs piepared for only come out and take a look at these Friday Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar A full lino of Instruction Books al Â¬ Uanjo Ac roads we dont a k youjto i ravel the whole ness or for tho higher classes in college Charges Per Term of Ten Months Orders for Sheet music solicited ways on hand road that would be too great a punishment Music published anywhere promptly obtained at In the city and county than any oilier paper for your sins if you have any but juit For the Higher Classes including Latin Publishers Prices Now Music received month- and taken trip over the first two miles and then For all Greek Languages and Literature 00 00 iy- fit 110 others yon may sing One third in advance one third at Christmas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pensive does Why howdy do Mr Clarke Ahem Florence tote two Another line party at Merrill Wilsons A bottle broken over the proprietors head hands cut lights out some ran up the loft some from the window jumped ami Thunder and lloosier got squeezed lightning Capt Dunne and Col Banniti went to The Captain is in love town Wednesday He made arrangements for the object of his hearts desire to return with him on the afternoon train so as to give him an oppor Milking tunity to express his sentiments No and churning is hard on a bachelor doubt a change would be pleasant to the Captain What a delightful place North Benson depot is Express office ticket oflice freight office dry goods groceries and Happy is the young man mean whisky who can afford to pass his Saturdays at this It is so pleasant for ladies who paradise have to wait to take passage on the cars It is the elite who gravitate hereabouts wonder if it will alwavs be thus God Â¬ 1 LATEST BUCKLEY LEWIS Lowest Prices B E STP LACE F V Gray Bl Gos CHOICE GUOCEKIES ST C3Lir STREET jE3iviES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CANNED and Â¬ Hi-si-sip- pi - Â¬ mm a mmi 1 W I Toll us now for piUs sake How doe It ibly Collins miiko His i rips to town How does Juliniiy Iryor koop The Hensoii roml thats belly Jeep Without uM Brown And big Dave Moore the hoavy weight Who youth in both soon and late Oh toll ns pmy Thro lu3hy mud and stieky mould How does big Duvu always hold A proper way -- ami one third May 1st 1S80 Xitinlnr limit I to 30 Applications maybe loll at the Telegnph or ltoundabout office Aug 9 187J 0m- - J B T1IA11I Willard Proprietor Hotel R C STEELE VM INfillAM Clerk COAL A COAL Lowest Priced lv G B MACKL1N Caterer OaptJAMUS IJU It K OorOenter and Jefferson Sts Louisville Hotel the present proprietor will use every effort to contribute to tlit comfort of his guests and sustain the reputation this well known establish- Â¬ lood beds conven Â¬ ment has so long enjoyed ient anionic rooms for commercial men and first- class table The patronage ol tho public is so Advertising Hates jfl amlforsulie at LL KINDS OF COAL OX HAND Made known on application to the publishers In assuming tho management of tho Willard Its a marvel what a sociable communitv Why we have a dance or Benson is candy pulling or sociable or storm party A grand enter every evening of the woek tainment was that given at the niaiirion of branch Minnehaha Coqii Murray on Tlier were forty live men pre ent and six ladies Georgy urn Aitchy were the lions The pleasures of the even of the evening Whar wound up with a glorious fight ing war George Frank and lloosier when the light went out Another glorious night at Shacks The grape vine twist was performed until Geo Frank- killed two horses daylight Lazy dim led the riding for fiddle strings This was in strange contrast orchestra with the former piety that existed in this old mansion Another at Bachelor Snookfc rifnr leading the Grim Consolation Will This was largely attended and orchestra Â¬ Â¬ - CHAMPION 13IZUU1Z SAW -- MILL POINT IY 4 licited W Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of I ALL KINDS OF COAL Willsellatthe very lowest figures wjohinn7 PRINTING NKATIV BOOK A3TO JOB Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding Laths Shin gles LONG HEAVY c c A FOE OARHI FllANKLIN KKtnii AT BRIDGE TIMBERS SPECIALTY Ojjioe and Saw Milt in Utile Iuint TYPE 1G8 LOWEST Address FIGURES fine FOITKrDItY OrlOSITIC FRANKFURT Feb 1 1 ALLISON Strt Cincinnati Ohio JOHNSON SMITH Is WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Frankfort Ky y Tho Type on which this paper Ihe abovo Foundry Kn printed 1b from Hmi tfaMMMMWMMBMMMBBBBMBM - MMMMMMiMBMiWBBMBBBMBBMHBMBHMBBMBBBIBBBiWWWBBMWBWWWBr Tj qjm f