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Digital page images are linked to the text file. feHNteigiMyg k WViHh Miu i 4 trt CiMre - H The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume i i i FRANKFORT KY members of the Legislature and quite a number of strangers in attendance Among the lady visitors present were Miss Nettie Ilohnau Louisville Miss Fan nie Molt Paducah Miss Bertie Theobald Louisville Miss Maggie Bosworth Mt Sterling Miss Mollie Guthrie Lawrence- burg Miss Carithers Shelbyville and Miss Howard Georgetown The music was kindly furnished by Prof Wayland Graham Miss Kate Sanders and Miss Kate Meriwether to the time of which the young people danced till a late hour The supper was a grand affair and we need scarcely add was much enjoyed by all present The table was beautifully and arranged reflecting great credit tastefully on the officers and members of the Y L C C The whole affair was most enjoyable and everybody was loud in praises of the girls who could cook such ices as were served Tuesday night Â¬ JANUARY we will a pike 31 1880 Number lUgnlnr sitUinliuits of the South Frnn It tort Rsiplist Church complain of bad con Â¬ duct on the part of pome had boys Tin attention of the proper authorities is called thereto The Capital Gazette lien Peering editor made its first appearance in this city Wed Â¬ Tt is printed on good panesday at noon We per from new type and is newsy welcome Mr Peering to Frankfort and heartily wish him unmeasured prosperity in his new enterprise Â¬ s Temperance Convention The Plue-Graf-BLACK CAKE SILVER CAKEr Sidney French President will convene in POUND JAKE SPONGE CAKE Harrodsburg on the 17th day of February And in fact everything that is usually kept in titst class Confectionery- - I Invite ali to come and continue in session three days Next and see for themselves before purchasing else- Â¬ to the Grand Lodge of the Independent where Order of Good Templars of Kentucky the meetings of this Convention are the largest as they are the most important and interI hive also opened mv llestaurant for the no A cordial eommodution of the public and will constantly esting of an in the State keep Fine Select Oysters the best of Jameand invitation to attend is extended to all Good Fre luFih and allother things that the market Retail Markets Frankfort The following are the changes in Internal Reduced rates on Templars in Kentucky ullons Meals at all hours and price remon hi PETER C 1WER railroads have been secured for delegates Revenue officers to take e fleet February Carefully corrected every week by F V r Dec 20 lm 1st 880 viz and visitors the good people of Ilarrods Gray it Co Grocers St Clair street Storekeepers R W Ilutchcraft from burg will have their latchstrings on the Co No 4 to G G White W A Gaines COFFKK outside and a good time is promised to all Paris IV CJj LCHHI V who attend S R Smith from J no Cochran ifc Co AS ASSKiNKK OK Rio choice 22irJ5 Co No 4 No T7 to W A Sallies Laguayra 2i A large and enthusiastic river meeting C C Furr from E II Taylor jr 2 Choice roasted Rio was held at the court house last Saturday Co No 113 to Labrot it Graham No 52 I offer the entire stock of SUNDKIKS John J Qnin from J N Blakemore night at which resolutions were offered 107 12A No 00 to E II Tavlor jr it Co No II 3 Sugar per lb inviting immigration to the State and ex- Â¬ Clocks Jewliy 0U 90 Alex T Todd irom J it J M Saflell Molasses per gal pressive of the gratification of our citizens No 91 to W A Gaines it Co No 00 25 Coal oil per gal 10 W II Grav from W A Gaines it Co Rice at the passage of the Hord river hill AT LOWEST CASH PRIECS WOhH No 100 to J it J M Saflell No 91 Candles Speeches were made by Senators II albert George R Dunlap from Ileadlev it Peck Mitchell Berry Gathright and Blackburn No 1U3 to John Cochran it Co No 37 The new goods bought this fall will be sold at lirst cost the other goods for less than cost and 1 giving his reasons for having the latter 35 many articles for les than half cost as the stuck Jacob Rush ford from II C Clay it Co Mackerel in kits of If IIh 4 Beans choice white per lb Speeches were also to J N Blakemore No 90 opposed the bill P C MEEK must be sold 4 no M Jameson from Labrot it Graham Hominy per ll made by Representatives White and Ever No W to Boweu it Moore f Grits per lb Watches repaired in the best manner and as sole Hon David Pryse Judge Craddock 10 low as in v honest competent workman can afford Gangers II C Rodenbaugh to W A Dried apples per II 1J Col h E Ilarvie Alex G Brawner Esq Gaines it Co No 4 and W A Gaines it Dried peaches per II to do it F MEEK 15 Niiv 15 tf 2 40 7 bus bbl 100 Salt las Andrew Scott Eq and Col J P Co No S S Thompson to J no Cochran it The last named gentleman nomiPryor IKOVISIOSS I Co No 37 J N Blakemore No 90 and S nated ludge Hord for Governor which Shoulders Labrot it Graham No f2 Having had a numbor of yars experience at nomination seemed to accord with the feel Jos II Bailcv to E II Tavlor jr it Hums 12A the buMncss I offer my services to the citizens of ings of a majority of those present as it Co No 13 and J it J M Saflell No 91 Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell Mock on the street household goods or do gen was loudly applauded ludge I lord was J R Lewis to Wm Tarr it Co No 12 Eg s Orders left eral farm auctioneering the store called for but was too modest to respond and Mullins it Crigler 20 of Mr V Uerburich or the stable of at Dan Han S C Cardwell to J Yanarsdell Dan Butter in a lengthy speech simply remarking that Moore Philip Ionian and J R Hugely cock will receive- prompt attention Charges FLOCK moderate J J PETEKSOX lie did not desire the ollice ef Governor as 4 OOfTU 50 City Mills per cwt 39 tf Elkhorn Water Mills per cwt 2 50 I 00 Bagdad lie had no political aspirations Those of 3 7564 25 Valley Mills per cwt the gentlemen who addressed the meeting 8Q 1 miit congratulate you on the return to c 1KUV who were from the mountains assured your spicy columns of my favorite corre 00 I 10 the assemblage that the honorable Repre Â¬ spondent Miss Relle Pike She is worth Wheat per bus 75 Rye per bus The Frankfort Roundabout sentative from Franklin would always have them all she i a woman after my own Corn per bus 45 Although she is no longer a Miss II a warm place in the hearts of their people heart 20 old she writes with a zest truly invigorating Feathers new per Hi per 3537 THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COUMENflUML The meeting did not adjourn until a late yet gave a faithful description ot the party Feathers She 10 hour and every speaker was listened to near here at which Will Gran led the Ginseng Two papers for little moie 5A One year for 2 25 Tallow per lb music and it is too true that the members Timothy per bus with interest than the price of one Send us 2 2i anil re Â¬ 3 75 ceive your home piper with the Courier Joiirnil of the various churches did shake the light 80 the best brightest and ablest family weekly in Potatoes Irish per bus fantastic toe 1 Y L O O 25 the country Potatoes sweet per bus Very unlike North Benson is our station hidks fcks o Another delightful entertainment was Here we have sobriety Old friend Dock JAMES ANDREW SCOTT business is gone and this place Dry flint hides per lb 12o 14 given at Grahams Academy of Music 011 Radlords l is too enlightened to become a Sodom or Dry salt hides per lb 3LAAV Tuesday night by the Young Ladies Cook Gomorrah Sheepskins 50fl 25 I also second Miss Belles efforts in regard rtkunk skids ing Club The attendance was quite large black 40jt M Will hereafiorpractice law in all the courts held Office in front room 10 at Frankfort Kentucky We people Skunk skins spotted notwithstanding there wore attractions at to the subject of improvements feel as though we were fifty miles Mink Skins 50 of Hord it Trabuos ollice several other places at the same time Only out here In all oasosin tho CountyQuartorly Circuit 05 from the State Capital when in reality we Red tox skins and Criminal Uourtshewillby a special arrange Â¬ few of our town hoys were present say are only fourteen miles away a 50 ment have tho advioe and ussistiinoeof John L Our people Gray tox skins ux or eight but there were very many will meet the people of Franklin half way Raccoon skins lOti 40 Scott Withoutadditlonalchargo Feb 22 y Â¬ 1 meet them at the county line with or a mile beyond if necessary We want to be in closer proximity to the State Capital It is only three miles to Jacksonville and only nine and a half from there to Frankfort and with a good road our farmers could haul all their products to Count me a man in on that your city subject Rev Mr Riley a Baptist minister of much force and talent has been preaching His very acceptably during last week congregations have been lnrgeand attentive Johnny Evans Wm Botts and Joe Combs are all pupils of Dick Evans studying telegraphy We have four flourishing merchants here and the best college in the State It is conducted by Prof Nunn and his wife both of whom are highly qualified for the position they occupy Mr Dick Evans new house has just been completed and we expect several others to be erected during the spring and summer Siikibv Would be glad to hear from Shelby again Ed Â¬ mm at m fit CONFECTIONERY i 19 BAKERY STREET 3XAIIV I have just received n full stock of goods for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS that cannot bo surpassed by any other house in this city Toys of every description can be had for a mere trille I have on hand ut all times Cakes of every description such as Â¬ AN It RARE IF CHAKCE I JJ5 13 MEEK Wilsk 1 k 1 Â¬ AtroTSOWEESXNa 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ A Splendid Offer 80 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ ATTORNEY AT 1 mMSHL yjyumHliiStilPi 2 it WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT 38 Ja 1 oiAUDi uuckiky BUCKLEY MAKR1MD The euit of the Citizens ticket ngninst At tho residence of tho brides father in this the Straight ticket the city election case county on Friday Jnnunry 50th 1880 by lluv a lewis has been compromised oko Jntnca Duvall Mr GkokUk IIaVIikn and Miss Personal Cnpt John Walcutt is confined to his bed liOTlHA U 15 THOMSON DKMKIlfl IN MM LEWIS 1880 MlTCIIRLti Fruits of all Kinds Oigars Tobacco Panoy Grocories ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY 10 E2ditcrs and 3Putalishers ANNOUNCEMENTS CIllCUIT 1UDUE PllANKFOllT JANUARYM with pneumonia it M m la 1 m M a -- 18 if i j4 K tiK i J Judge TIkw II Hines has been in Bowl No temperance meeting to niglit but Wcnro authorized to announce JOHN J OHK GEO W JACKSON ing Green this week of Owen county ns n Democratic candidate lor to morrow afternoon there will be one nt Mr Robert II King Lexington baa been Judge of the Circuit Court of tho Eleventh Ju Â¬ Mill tlie court house nt three oclock dicial District subject to tho action of tho Demin the city this week ocratic Party FRANKFORT JiV Mr Jus M Todd ha had a live butterMr Joseph Kobinson has been down in CIllCUIT CLE11K All orders for Mill wrighting and setting and Butterflies in Carroll county tlii week ilv on exhibition this week repairing machinery promptly attended to at Junmirv are almo t as rare as frosts in July Wc nre authorized to nnnounco WALTER reasonable rates Mr Geo G Graham made a short visit Leave orders at Roundabout FRANKLIN as a candidate for re election to office OKO WJACKSON to Louisville the first of the week the office of Circuit Clerk of Franklin county A new blacksmith shop has been erected Jan 17 5m Miss Lucy Evans left yesterday afteriroon at the August election 18S0 subject to the this week on the site of the one that was notion of the Democrntic party for a visit to friends in Shclbyville burned two or three months ago at the head SHERIFF Miss Lucy Hawkins Alton has been of Main street visiting friends in the city this week and Tobacco Stand Wo nre authorized to announco GEO W Cigar Mr Jos II Bailey of this city has reMr Landon Thomas jr after an absence QUAltLES as a candidato for Sheriff of Frankcently been appointed a U S Ganger and of several months is at home again lin county at tho August election 1880 subject Corner Jiroadwai and Ann Stmt ojtjumte Mar Â¬ will enter upon the duties of his ollice next Misses Lizzie Lamphear and Mollie Shan to the action of the Democratic party ket JtallHr We are authorized to announce E II TAYLOR Monday A good appointment non Lexington are visiting friends in the as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county city Tzrsr at the August election 1880 subject to the action will preach nt the Kev Green Clay Smith Miss Sue Lillard a charming young lady of the Democratic party Christian Church to morrow evening at 7 of Owen county is visiting friends in the Wo arc authorized to announce E O HAW- Â¬ We have opened a Cigar and Tobacco Stand KINS a candidatcfor Sheriff of Franklin county in connection with our Telephone Office and Usual morning services by the city oclock at the August election 1880 subject to the action mil kei p constantly on hsinu a toll line of im- Â¬ Seats are free and everybody is pastor Mr L Weitzel returned Tuesday from of tho Democratic pnrty ported ind domestic cigars nnd tobacco Wo sell the best five cunt cigar in the city Call and invited an extenJed visit to friends in Wheeling CONSTABLE sen us J 11 WILLIAMS A BRO V Va Dr E B Hume and wif of Anderson Mr Charlie Williams and wife Law- - We nro authorized to announce JOHN W countv who had been visiting relatives in renceburg spent last Sunday with friends in OAIXES as a candidate for Constable of this this city for several days started home this city the fir t magisterial district subject to the ac Â¬ tion of the Democratic party at the primary In South Frankfort is Tuesday afternoon in a buggy and when a t Mr M II P Williams jr has been con election January M 1880 few miles from Frankfort the horse began fined to his bed for about three weeks with We aro authorized to announce JESSK V kicking and started to run Mrs Hume was rheumatism WILLIAMS as a candidate for Constable of the Apply to TH03 RODMAiV Jn Frankfort District subject to tho action of the thrown out and her clothes catching on Mrs Mattie Brooks Richmond is ex Â¬ primary election January SI 1880 the step she was dragged some distance pected in this city next week to visit her tearing her clothing to pieces and bruising fathers family Beyond this no 3erious her considerably Mr Brent Moore and bride Louisville have been visiting relatives and friends in A beautiful two year old Ileifor Itieh red damage was done -- color with white tpots I out of a Durham Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best this city this week cow by a thorough bred bull and bred to Mr Messrs Morris Co formerly of GeorgeStock ever brought to this Market Mrs Richard Crutcher and Mies Lube Stephen Blacks thorough bred bull Price merchant tailortown will open a U ALLISON returned Tuesday from a visit to twenty five dollars WM Stephens ing establishment on Monday next in Dv friends in Eminence Wnodlake Ky To bijera of stand on Main street where the Mills old Mr and Mrs James Rodman returned best goods in their line can constantly be the first of the week from ashortisit to No cheap or worthies- - goods will relatives in Louisville fuiind TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT be handled by them and gentlemen leaving Will made Stylish nnd Shrunk we invito Mrs M E Jett who has been quite ill iHpcctrn Mr for two or three weeks is so far recovered orders will be sure to get a bargain formerly of this city is a as to be able to be up A G Alstrom OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT eg Misses Bowman daughters of Col C member of this firm and his old friends Is up with the time all thats Formerly of Goorg town Ky will on Februa will be glad to welcome him home and E Bowman lelt Wednesday afternoon to ry 2 upun a is Tailoring Establishment visit Yiendft in St Louis leave their oiders for a neat fitting suit in another Mr Richard God on of Lexington ar Head their advertisement FURNISHING DEPARTMENT rived in the city Tuesday to accept a posicolumn tion on the Capital Gazette iNext door to Hughes t hilea d n Jfivtr inoreciiinplt tc mil jupplicd with tor Main street whore the will keep constantly on A written examination in all the studies Mr Sidney French has been delivering ALL THE NOVELTIES he Public School temperance lectures in Shelby and Henry has just been concluded at The questions were rather difficult for this counties the lir t of the week time in the year but a large majority came Jr F T Conway and wife Owensboro S 1 M 1S rJ OF TUB RKST QUA LIT V colors having obtained and Mrs Al Smith Louisville are visiting through with flying Gem lemon will please reserve their orders The Public School is at Dr Win Morris this county excellent averages I Hi if Mis Lizzie IHobiion who lin been viit in j in fine condition and increasing rapidly V Sii iuiil rliifiicil tit 1ki it i Persons ill siring a choice artiolo of forty one new pupils being the ht jjiK joajsville Wednesday iilternoon muiilierd I creime during the present month Deab r in all Kinds of Mrs Jacob Swigertuccoinpiinied by Mk begins next Miirv Belle Tiivlor left Weducadiiy morning T1rnhor Flnnrinrr Wpalhpr Tinarrlinrr Hcond twtoion of five months an tft t it by leaving their order at JONES COMIMMWS Flour Store on Brondway Now we wish to say this toyonto visit friends and relatives in liendeison Mondav Aug SD mi LaiaS UllinglGS C C Miss Comie hlupp a most agreeable Life is short j the years you ceholars Woodford county is visiting JTlce rtj Siiw Mila near Hulruad Dridge may go to school are few therefore be young lady of Misses Ellen and Georgie Todd Belle Point Tr A V if rfc R T j diligent punctual and make the most of the UHieer John W Kupe has been contineu Jan Ill ly oiknkii nr splendid advantages you now enjoy to his bed for two or three weeks but 7ZfZ rrifTTrTi now rapidly recovering from his severe ill CO HALY BROTHERS Roll of Honor of Dudley Institute for the ness IN HAMS ION IIOlHK BLOCK month ending January IGth Mr Adie O Robinson of the Bath injjdo ojjuodclo awion NEXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS joh oung UUJjJ0 n THOSE 8TNDlSi 98 AND AMOVK hos County Reporter and Mr auojjp auipuoj puu udnjd Hardware in Oonral Puintfl Oils Doorf U3 of the Owingsville Outlook have been in theoog aidhuoj jo ojuiy oip uj uuhiijiom wm Alma Scofield Katie Sproule Mantel Sash Shutters Mouldings Grnten pun oziuouooo ay omji oijj ij mu W Walker Stephens citv this week uououi o Sulinii Harris u UU Antoinette Lindsey Sallie Duval Mr Joseph P Lewis leaves next Monday uu pouuop sat0Q CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN Nannie Fitzhugh Minnie Williams for Lexington having been assigned to duty poaaojd pui pOUUO HOtJ0Q Call and bo convinced v Lida Todd in that place and the Stamping Ground for mumi u U11U OAKf O ipM HALY DItOS Jc CO Aug 30 tf op I u qJOM dvoijo puu pooii 8uiA oiioqx the next sixty days TIlOSi BTAXUINO D5 AND IESB THAN 08 Mrs Sidney French who lias been visit Mamie Kalir Florida Williams Â¬ xn in her fathers family in Springfield Ills Hewitt Fayette Pattie Williams for several mouths is expected home the Belle Hensley Todd Saftell i Office UdiQ Bessie Murkhatn latter part ot next weeu Maggte Dudley Â¬ wriglit and Machinist - TELEPHONE Â¬ Â¬ FEifcTKFoEfca A NICE RESIDENCE FOR SALE 14--U FOR SALE 3STEW CLOTHING B00ML Â¬ first-clas- Â¬ First Class Clothing MOTBslB fir-t-u- CO 2Tew asid Wobby Â¬ Dr Mills Old Stand -- j I finiiiiiis i i mi sims CRUTCHER T MAIN STARKS WATER MILL FLOUR f- - Jli J JJ WAKEFIELD tt ic I Water Mill Flour i New Hardware Store mONT RRAT TFlTS 1 -- lLZLvoS uaa uopuoi uiox si iobao Job Work Neatly Exe aqx cuted at this v - MklliHUMPM W WW 4 3 Next Monday the ground hog comes Judge W FI Sliced sold his cream colored pony to a lady in Louisville and with the forth and if he sees his shadow well eat mn hi proceeds of the sale has purchased a pair ice cream next summer FIUNKPORT JANUARY l 1880 of while ponies from a gentleman in Ohio In reporting the names last week of the Next Momlay is County Court day They will arrive in a lew days officers elect of Frankfort Commnndery im rr light wont out Wluir war Bob when the Mr D D S pence resigned his position No 4 K T the name of Sir W S last week as superintendent of the Ken Â¬ Dehoney Reporter was inadvertently omitThe City Council will meet in regular tucky Hiver Mills which place he has held ted Mr Dehonev was complimented bv session next Tuesday niglit ever since the nulls were started lie is receiving the unanimous vote of the Com Â¬ A NO IIHM allll huceeeded by Mr M If Stephens a man manders and it is due a good otlicer and Mr John 0 Hawkins bought the farm a gentleman to let the people know how he of Mr 0 S Wntcutt last Tuesday for f forty years experience in the business stands with his brethren with whom he is St Clair Street Frankfort Ky 2000 cash Miss Emma Hardin of Keokuk Iowa intimately associated Una juat received a full stock of Major Stantons quack medicine draws and Mr Royal Jewiit of New York were well It drew a good audience to Mnjor married at he Hardin House in Keokuk Between two ami three oclock Sunday SILVER WA11E CLOCKS Hull Tuesday night on the 27th iuet Mis Hardin will be morning burglars attempted to enter the And id receiving goods dnily remembered as a charming young lady who grocery store of Mr Pat Newman on The nineteenth semi annual session of the recently spent some time in this city with Market street by breaking open the back Goods Sold lo Suit Kentucky Eclectic Institute will begin next the Times door but failing to effect an entrance there lier aunt Mrs Dr Wilhoit Nov tf Monday February Jd they went to the front door broke a large One of the members of the House of hole in the glaf s and entered carrying oil There will be a temperance meeting at Representatives who had been ill for several cigars and tobacco to the Benson Depot at two oclock p m on the amount of fifty or days went to the Capitol Tuesday morning sixty dollars They were evidently after bccond Sundnv in next month to attend to his duties but had not bren money as the cash drawer was broken A car- There will be a temperance ma 8 meeting long in his seat when he fainted Having purchased of K W Tilford the open but it being empty they took only at the court house to morrow atteruoon at riage was sent tor and he was taken to his isJ artids llietiolwli This tl1 Pecom He is doing very well now Let everybody turn out lodging three oclock time this store has been burglarized within Williams Block South Frankfort The moon was shining News of the death of Mr Duncan the last year Messrs John Cochran Ac Co have added Mr very brightly and the deed must have been Dpsirosto inform tho citizens of Frankfort oml 50 bushels to the capacity of their distillerv Campbell reached this citv Tuesday vicinity that he will keep at tho above nlacc a They are now ma Jiiug loO bushels per day Campbell was a Kentuckian but at the done while the policeman in charge of that full line of time of his death was a resident of Lend part of town was at the other end of his beat Judge Win Lindsay has purchased the ville Colorado lie died of typhoid fever There are old residents liing in this cit residence of the late Mrs Governor Letcher Tue dav morning at 7 oclock His re who are as ignorant of the names of tht on the corner of Washington and Wapping mains will be brought here for interment CIGARS TOBACCO ETC streets as if they were strangers The Cih Which ho will sell at prices to unit streets for 477o tho time snuro oi tne publio patronnge is solicited Sidney French organized a Lodge of Council would do the people a lasting favor Mr II It Williams the South Side Good Templars at Bagdad Monday night by having the names of the different streets PflESCHIPTIOSS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED livery man has the finest carriage in the with forty charter members He will painted and put up at every street corner in 3U Night He also has a beautiful span ol State It would not only be Nov22 Iy boll promptly answered lecture at Benson on the second Sunday in a conspicuous place gray horses to pull it FebVunry after which he will organize a a great convenience to strangers but to our It would also be a good We hope our citizens as well Mr Jns Ware and Miss Km ma Mncey Lodge of Good Templars S D idea to have the houses numbered one Benson readers will tell their friends of of Versailles eloped on Friday of last week hundred numbers to every square com went to Cincinnati had the nuptial knot this appointment mencing at the river with one and running tied and returned home Wont the City Council do something upwards on streets running east and west Office ami Residence Mansion House Block St Clair Street The mild weather of the present winter for the citv pumps at the meeting next and so with streets running north and south They are in a terrible con If there are any public spirited men in the KTtArSTItFORT KY has been acceptable to everybody but the Tuesday night dition and are in sad need of immediate Citv Council we hone thev will biing this Apr 2 ly They havent had a chance to printers attention Its tolerably trying on the matter up at the meeting next Tuesday night tie thestereoh ped Heautiful Snow temperance people to have to struggle so and discuss it thoroughly Old fogyism ha Messrs W A Gaines Ac Co will shortly haid for water when there is so much of it ruled in Frankfort too long already and it begin the erection of a new warehouse up in our midst Let us have good num us is time that a spirit of enterprise and pro- on a lot adjoining the Hermitage distillery and plenty of water Let us be gie s was evinced by our people premises which they have recently pur up with the times even in small matters The Hop chased ami affairs of greater importance will shape Notwithstanding the exceedingly disa Â¬ theinseh es accordingly M Head Mr Wakefields advertisein this tssiie Persons desiring to greeable state of the weather last night luent LOCAL NOTICES Indeed it was purchase anything in his line can find no the hop was well attended A Fools Krrnnd very similar to lTnclej more honest lairer dealing man in the the largest and most brilliant of the series aliin for -- ale at McCl lires UooK Toms There were many strangers present both world to buv from than J M Wakefield Store ladies and gentlemen and many of our The largest and cheapen line of toile j Ladies who wear artificial teeth should home girls who have not attended before j soup in the citv at Gritlin Bros be careful how they cry lire The ex Â¬ this season I hronyhoiit the world Favorite Stoves pulsive force of the breath is likely to eject The dresses worn by the ladies were ex- Â¬ are known to he the be t U c Favorite the store masticalois especially if the lady quisitely beautiful and a close observation John T Buckley Stoves and he happv be hoarse We have no reference to revealed the fact that there was not a dress Agent St Clair -- treet a liisious in the ball room that has been seen in Handsome line of Horse Shoe jewelry srcoKdsou TO public this winter Their beauty and at irillin Bros Mr Addison James and Miss Fannie R Favorite Stoves are without question Coleman a runaway couple from Mercer elegance were subjects of general remark and Sd it was conceded by all that such a di play the fine t and hest cooking stoves in the county were married at the Capital Hotel mv 8ime ri 8om WV u wmu Is the Cheapest place to buy your in this city Tuesday afternoon by Rev is iwitnessed but seldom even in Frimkfbrtiwoulirunrantee to lave no equal in economy i lit iriiriui iiiiii innui niuiiinn 111 n ji niii- durability convenience and beauty IIOIIIMIII1MV vi faV Green Clay Smith and left on the 2401 To STOVES T1KWAKE the gay cities in the South or West avoid being deceived bv imitations call and train for Cincinnati as In Older to allow the dancers to see Rav- - examine them at John T Buckleys We are pained to announce the death of monds Wolfens Roost the hour for House 1000 bunches of black beads just reGoods our young friend and fellow typo las E beginning was postponed and it was a quar- Â¬ ceived at Gritlin Bros Quin which occurred in this city last night ter to eleven oclock before the music In a letter from Lexington Ky received He had been sick but a brought tne young people to their feet by Miles Ac Son ordering their Patent flour at nine oclock It comes high but Iron and Tin Hoofing short time with typhoid pneumonia and When they got started llicy seemed to enjoy this expression is used Similar expres the people will have it although it was known that he was quite ill it all the more on account ol the delay and sions are received daily from all points Guttering c liiu death was a great surprise to his many made up for lost time Tho hop was n Use their J E M and you will never re riends a very decided eucwss JOB WORK A STOCMUH yrel it WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT i t Philip Selbert WATCHMAKER - Â¬ JEWELER ENGRAVER W JOS LCOMPTEr DRUGGIST I NEW DRUG STORE Drugs Medicines Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon -- BEST IN THE WORLD Â¬ 1 - I COLUMBIAN E H i TAYLOR Co Watson - W Â¬ Furnishing MANTELS J QRATES c r WWWSSPWilf vir t f - i f j 4 w at t il tfrJatf - - WfH -- 4HL v LI WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT all night till broad daylight and went home with the gals in the morning Win V BERBERICH Messrs Conglcton Brothers tire erecting Granville as usual had charge of the And Mr Clarke as uhimI was baud u new saw mill on the lot adjoining the viva vis to the little angel mill property of Messrs Hntchitt it Ziegler Some of our people think it curious how one of our most venerable citizens rode The mimes of our ptveets should he posted from Krankfort nearly all the way home conspicuously on every street comer and and never discovered that his horsp had left everv house should have a numher over the the lirnllc lielmui don t think it was Strange at all door lront At the head of Sleepv Hollow lives The Young Mens Social Club gave a Brother Dan Last week he gave ns boys very enjoyable hop at Capital Hotel Wednes a big wood chopping and pumpkin pies day night in honor of some Lexington for supper after wl ich the lassies began to Now voung ladies who are iti the citv on a visit roll in Oh it was a glorious event it so happened that a certain beautiful The music was furnished by to friends damsel was there and she had two strings South orchestra and the light fantastic to her bow and for love of this fair maiden was kept up till towards the peeri o day did the cousins become wroth with each other and did cast stones ami other missiles Where does Mr Blank live at each until Daniel came forth and re Â¬ Strnnjjer Yon know that street that the buked them which caused them to cheese Citizen Well you go to the second their racket and all the multitude were railroad is on amazed and did prophesy street north of that turn to the left 1 rather think Miss Belle Pike that was 10 nearly two squares and you will find Mrs Belle Road that is had better be at his house the third or fourth from the cor- tending to her twin babies Stonewall and ner of that street that runs by Chinns Victoria or getting ready for her early coal scales gardening than to be running around to alhhe break downs in the county and then S Where are the coal scales writing about them do wonder if she C They are on the same street that takes the babies with her But my main the railroad is on and near the railroad objection to her last outgiving is that she bridge scandalized our station Ninth Benson Now will you have Now I dont deny that some liquor say a S Thank you the eoodnesa to tell me where the post oHice small quantity semi occasionally is drank here but it ts certainly not so bad ns she is represents edon t drink for a livelihood C Its on the first street south of as Othello or some other Ethiopian disciple I opine that Belle is just a the street that the railroad i on about two once said leetle too smart and some may say that or three squares from the arsenal she is not quite aa modest or fastidious 8 I dont know where the arsenal is about her familv affairs as she might be Do you know where the court- The idea of any young family woman writ- Â¬ C ing abont donblets or twins and all that house is astounded everybody and caused hundreds S No and thousands of ladies young and old C Well its on the street running I i to throw up their hands and exclaim La rectly from the Wooden Bridge you eo to me Jt really bangs Bob tail In fine the first street north of the court house I am constrained to say I oppose Miss turn to the right and a square and a half Belle Pike that use to be and Mrs Turn pike that now is not Pktki Snodokass or two squares will bring you to the post 1 Â¬ WEEKLY EO Merchant Tailor ST CLAIR ST PSAKKI OKT KY midiit IS PUBLISHED Fall and Winter Suits EVERY SATURDAY to order in all the BUCKLEY Sept 13 Oin BY LATEST ST2X AND AT LEWIS Lowest Prices Satisfaction guaranteed Office over Telegraph Office Â¬ Â¬ P V Gray BESTPLACE ST In Frnnkfort to buy GHOCKIIIES is nt Gos CLAIR STREET OTEIES Who havejust received n mammoth stock of I CHOICE GROCEK1ES Which thoy olfcr at prices to suit everybody They keep none but the very best nntl guarantee very article to bo just as represented and Fuii One Wbiuiit in every instance A frill line of copy one year six montliB 1 00 50 25 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES One copy GANN 13 0OOJDS Wooden and Stone Ware 113 One copy three montlB Anil grocery everything usually kept in a first class Â¬ ST Try our 80 ccnt Ten anil choice brands of Coffee Erst Fresh Oysters always on hand jn 15 tf The Roundabout contains all the MILCH COWS FOR SALE frech 51 I have -- Â¬ tf ton good Mileh Cows five of which nrc which 1 will soil cheap lor cash JOHN KIERNAN Locfil and AM office S why again But I sav dont you people have your streets named and your houses numbered so that a stranger can find the place hes looking for without stopping every man lie meets to ask him where the penitentiary is located or the railroad bridge or some other land mark C Oh the members of our City Council are old fogies and they dont care a cuss whether a fellow can find his wav or Thank you Dims kmm ingamii Â¬ W H AVEKILL Opposite Post Offlce Frankfort Ky Society News HAS not North Benson a obtained at For the Higher Classes including Latin Publishers Prices Now Music received month Â¬ and Greek Languages and Literature 150 01 ly For all others 50 01 One third in advance one third at Christmas and one third May 1st 1SS0 Xiimhcr limititl tn 311 Applications may be R C STEELE left at the Teh graph or lloundnhnut otlice 15 1879 Our Aug J TJIARP V m 1 N J KA l Clerk High School in South Frankfort for 1 ys nnd Ymwig Men on the SECUNO MONDAY IiN UREEST A BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY SElTtiMIIEll pros to continue till the second Strings for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Friday in June 1S80 Urns prepared for busiBnnjo Ac A full line of Instruction Uooks al ness or for the higher in college Orders for Sheet music solicited wnyrt on hand Charges Per Term of Ten Months I propoio to open an HriglNh anil Classical Music and Musical Goods A LAMER CIRCULATION clai Music published anywhere promptly In the city ami county than any oilier npa Willarcl Proprietor Hotel 1 Some day when I come to town Ill take I want to see an to Taylorton enterprising place once Master Willie Clarke and his sister re Â¬ ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND turned from Lexinnton Inst week Florence tJ ami tor sale at Lowest Prices hv G B MACK LIN still toting two Oh the little angel where was she SAW -Mr Alphabet Stiger- - i so much engaged CHAMPION in his avocation of hooping flour barrels he has no time to devote to the hooping of the various swell heads in our vicinity A L fackhon Hulett late pedagogue at this place has a new string to his bow A Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Kinds of youth from Jackson gave him Jesse and A vanioo ed the lauche and is now oc Lumber Flooring Weather cupied boiling corn for his cow Sioh is jaint COAL COAL Capt JAM US BURK Caterer Advertising Hates Oor Center and Jefferson Sts Louisville Hotel the present proprietor will use every effort to contribute to the comfort of his guestp and sustain the reputation this well known establish inent hiibso long enjoyed loud beds conven ient sample rooms for commercial men and first nlasF tabic The patronage of the public is so- Â¬ licited Â¬ In assuming the management of the Willard Made known on application to the publishers MILL ISISlLli POINT KY W PENCE Boarding Laths W J OHINN ALL KINDS OF COAL Wi lis el la t the very lowest figures BOOK AOT JOB PRINTING NKATIY KNKCtTKlJ AT 1 Â¬ life Shin- Â¬ TPJ3TC 8 Unfortunately Capt Dunne didnt go to town last Wedue day The object of hit c hearts desire saw through the trick of re turning with him and desired to save him LONG HEAVY BHIDGE TIMBEHS A SPECIALTY from mortification The captain refuses now tobe comforted Office uml Saw Mill tn JhlU JuiiH gles c Â¬ TYPE 10S Vine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH Ih C A STTJ Ohio LOWEST Address WEEKLY FIGURES UOUNDAHOUT Frankfort Ky FOUNDRY The hop at Will Kultons hut week was a most enjoyable event They danced OPPOSITE Feb 1 1 FRANKFORT JOHNSON y The Type on which thlH paper the ubove Foundry Ki urlnted is from IMWXliiHyjiji f