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Digital page images are linked to the text file. win Hni ff MHikMMia w wwwwt - s The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY Si LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT Â¬ PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi KY Â¬ FEBRUARY 28 1880 Number 23 Mr Dan Meagher sr was about to get The New Orleans Minstrels make much Fears arc entertained that the unrm Mr Tlina J Krnzier who will ho re in the yard of Hancocks weather will so advance the fruit membered hy moat of our citizens as Rcn better music with six horns than the ma- upon his cart that it stable Mondav afternoon when the horse will be killed by Inte frost istcr of the Land Office from I8VU0 1803 jority of bands make with sixteen started catching him between the cart and having hcen elected upon the same ticket One of the members of the Legislature the stable and bruising him severely about with Gov Magoffin died in the Louisville came to the conclusion last Monday while the chest and limbs Alms house on Fridnv of last week Denlrr in all Kinds of attending the veterans meeting that if A press meeting has been called to meet Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding The attention of farmers and others in some of the members of the IIoiiBe of in this city on Thursday March 11th 1880 need of fruit trees grape vines etc is di Representatives could be traded off for Laths Shingles c He for the piirpose of promoting a general rected to the advertisement of Mr IT F Mexican soldiers the House would be a Offico and Saw Mills near Railroad Bridge advertising law It is constituted of three llillennuyer in another column Tie has much more orderlv bod v members from the State at large and one JP JR A O had a number of years of experience in his from each Congressional district Jan 31 Iy The Blue Grass Convention in every way a reliable business and is gentleman and those of our own citizens Messrs Crutcher it Starks the capitol The Blue Grass Temperance Convention clothiers received an order Wednesda who may patronize him can feel assured that any representations he may make with which was in session at Ilarrodsburg last from the great minstrels for an elegant regard to his goods are correct Patron week was attended by about one hundred uit of clothes for each of its proprietors ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Prices bv The meeting was Harlow Wilson Primrose and West ize home institutions and get what you delegates and visitors G B MACK LIN one of exceeding pleasure and interest Un- They said they found finer goods know to be good articles better reports of the delegates showing that the and more fasionable work and better price4 JAMES ANDREW SCOTT The RouNiunoiJT is read by five families Order is not only in a healthy condition here than in any city in all their travels in a certain locality in this city but is only but on the increase Twenty two more This is a compliment not only to this popular Willhorcafterpracticelawin all the court held subscribed for by one the others borrowing Lodges were reported than at the lasi firm but to our citizens who buy their at Frankfort Kentucky Office in front room The fifth family August session which was gratifying to the it from the subscriber of Hord it Trabuos office goods from them nlo In all cases in the County Quarterly Circuit after reading beg it to send to a relative temperance workere A commendable de and Criminnl Court he will by a special arrnnjre living in a distant State Now as it costs sire to accomplish something for the temFrankfort Retail Markets mont have the advice and assistnnceof John L Scott vrithonUdditionalchargo thirteen cents postage to send the paper three perance cause was evinced by nearly all Feb 22 y Carefully corrected every week by F months and the trouble of putting it in a present and thnt something was done will Co Grocers St Clair street Gray wrapper and walking a half mile to mail be developed before the meeting of the COFFKK it is certainly worth twelve cents it seems Grand Lodge Rio good 20 be just as cheap to leave twenty to us to Prominent among the good work done Rio choice five cents with the address at this office by this Convention was the contribution of Laguayra and have it sent direct with more regularity IS PUBLISHED 109 25 towards the liquidation of the Choice roasted Rio 25 certainly would relieve the subscriber Grand Lodge debt It SUNDRIES alluded to of a great deal of annoyance Another of the results of the meeting Sugar per lb 1012J and be lees trouble to all parties besides was the addition of sixteen members to Molasses per gal 6090 25 adding considerable to the wealth which we the Ilarrodsburg Lodge mostly young Coal oil per gal Rice 10 are rapidly amassing men The public meetings at night were Candles 20 20 BV The veterans of the Mexican war met in largely attended by the good people of Cheese 7 Starch 8 in Ilarrodsburg and vicinity and everybody the hall of the House of Representatives 1 35 Mackerel in kits of 15 lbs this city last Monday About one hundred seemed to enjoy them Beans choice white per lb 4 The next session of the Blue Grass Tem Hominy per lb were present the majority of them with 4 5 heads grown white with age Gen Green perance Convention will be held in George- Grits per lb Dried apples per lb 10 Clay Smith one of the youngest if not the town commencing on the third Tuesday in Dried ptaches per lb 15 youngest of the assemblage was made next August and continuing three days id St Clair St Near Miin Salt 7 bus bbl 2 40 The following are the officers and Col J G Croddock of the Chairman PROVISIONS Judge T M Cardwell Ilarrodsburg Shoulders Paris Kentuckian Secretary with Mr D 8 A IV TC O President Sides Kunyon of Lexington Assistant Secretary S10 Miss Carrie Duncan Nioholasville R 12 Resolutions requesting our Senators and II S Lard 10 Representatives in Congress to use all honMiss Lizzie Metcalfe Nicholasville L Eggs 12J orable means to secure the passage of a II S Butter 30 Miss Katie Adair Paris Vice President law granting pensions to the survivors of FLOUR Sidney French Frankfort Past President City Mills per cwt 4 004 50 One the Mexican war were adopted anil the oopy one year 1 00 Corn Mercer county Chap Klkhorn Water Mills Elder per cwt 2 504 00 association made a permanent organization lain Valley Mills per cwt 3 7534 25 One copy six mouths 50 Speeches were madeby Gen S S Fry Claude Buckley Frankfort Secretary One oopy three months GRAIN Ac 25 Miss Iva McCarney Paris Assistant Gen Green Clay Smith and Col Phil B 1 Wheat per bus 10 Sccretaiy Thompson sr ami an interesting paper was 75 Miss bailie Johnson Fayette county Rve per bus read by Gen W J Landram Corn per bus Treasurer 4550 The names of those present were enrolled 20 Ferguson Richard Fayette county Feathers old per lb Feathers new per lb with rank and command to which they Marshal 3537J 1 15 Miss Nellie Johnson Fayette county Ginseng belonged Tallow per lb Deputy Marshal 5J Gen Green Clay Smith was appointed to 3 75 Geo T McCarney Paris Inside Guard Timothy per bus deliver the annual address at the next meet 80 Ilarrodsburg Outside Guard Potatoes Irish per bus 1 25 Potatoes sweet per bus inc We shall always remember with pleasure HIDES FURS AC The following officers were elected and our visit to tiarrsijonurg and especially NEATLY KXKClTEI AT Dry flint hides per lb 14 15 then the Association adjourned to meet in shall we cherish feelings of regard for Mrs Dry salt hides per lb 5 7 this city on the 22d of February 1881 Chos A Hardin and her sons whose bheep skins 501 50 President- - Gen Green Clay Smith guest we were To Judge T M Cardwell rikunk skins hlack 40a 80 Vice Presidents Gen W J Landram Hon E J Polk and the proprietors Skunk skins spotted 10 nnd and Gen T T Garrard Mink Skins 50 Secretary and Treasurer Col J G Crad attaches of the Observer office and others Red fox skins 75 Address WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT we are under obligations for courtesies ex Gray tox skins dock 50 Assistant Secretary Mr D Kunyon tended to us during our stay there Raccoon ekina 10 40 Frankfort Ky J M WAKEFIELD Â¬ K F RT KY COALICOAL Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Â¬ Â¬ 1 2225 EVERY SATURDAY BUCKLEY LEWI Â¬ FR F RT KY Â¬ Â¬ 00l BOOK AlTD JOB PRINTING LOWEST FIGURES Â¬ T M iKrifyt ri SW ww VsW iUMif tT W i - -- Aife5ti 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OLAUDK HUOKIKY OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS ZF Bditora asicL ublislJers FRANKFORT FERRUARY 28 1880 TERMS The Wbrklv It or sua no ut is published every Saturday at one dollar pur annum invnrinhly in advance Six month 50 cents threo month 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered letter at our risk Noticcs of Marriages IHrths and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates ze first page with a red X it indicates that yonr subscription 1ms expired and must lie renewed before you receive another paper If your Rouxdahoit is marked on the Our City Fathers In addition to the constitutional oath required by law the City Charter says the Counciltueu shall take an oath before some OtHeer nut homed to administer oaths that they will faithfully and without favor or affection to any one discharge the duties that inav devolve upon them The dutie devolving upon them as is generally understood are to support and protect the Constitution and laws of the ITuited States and the State of Kentucky to make laws for the government of the people of Frankfort not in conflict with the Con Mitutiou and laws of the United States and of the State of Kentucky and to see that the laws and ordinances are properly ob- T a I v V 4 J T Stanton was requested to OEO W JACKSON leading hefoie the Legislaprtythses gambling on premises without consent Mill vriflflit and Machinist ture Wednesday evening he enled byi congregrating at railroad to do On repaiiing to which con Repre ij 04nei the hall of FRANKKORT JCY VIO depot keeping swine in city limit sentatives the place appointed for the VW All orders for Mill wriirhtini and siitiin L T UX 0F SUN DAY L reading on that evening the Major found repairing machinery nrompil attendi d to at contradiction We say without fear of ANNOUSnSMENTS reasonable rates Leave orders at Roundabout only about even or eight of tho e who had -- - offico V JACKSiiV that there is not a member of the City signed the call upon him JEO present the Jan 17 in OIRCUIT JUDOB Council who does not know that the Sundux remaining seventy or eight v having either r i niniltt unJ lillllv Vlitlnlfil CVfMV IT IK T re authorized toannounco JOHN J ORR fS KT forgotten their request or preferred to go to iiJiW iN iL J n comity as a Iluuiocratic candidate for i viiv ii v vi ttCVl nil ii hi the minstrels at Major II till Not very Judge ot theCircutt Court ol the hleventh Ju I we have good authority for saying that the sujuct t0 the aoon of th0 complimentary to one of Kentuckys great and J obacco Stand jOigar police are instructed by Councilmen not to est poeta to say the least of it interfere with the peace destroying deathCurmr Jhomlmiitiuil Ann Street ojijionile Mm ATTORNEY COMMON WEALTHS The young lmhes who fell in the mini dealing keepers of the dead falls that l t Jtnim We arc authomod to unnnunco IRA JULIAN mile thoy liecoine riotous while horsi lmck riiling a notice of which ilHgrucu our city r Commonwealths Attorney of is a candidate By vvliat rijrht tliey asiumeappeared hifet week have company in the the hleventh Judicial district subject to the nc- st ml disorderly i nf iiuiiiii ji in us iiiuiy uoh authority no one can tell shape of an east end young ladv who went mm hi tut- ii Wo lmvo opened a Cigar mid Tobacco Stand No city his a better police force than to ee her sweetheart in the country lat Ttm cVncctl0 wln ur Telephone Ollico and cx vsA wlllkoencunMantlyun hand u fill llnV No braver men can be found week and tumbled in the mud while ridiii lT Frankfort W4 norted and domestic cigars nm tnlxwnn v none more ready to discharge theirdnties jdown a hill on a wagon She didnt have a1 I have two of the best Jacks in tho country sell tin bist llvo ouit cigar in the city Call and 3 in the employ of the Council one of them a very lino Jennet JuoU which will hand ome young doctor to pick her up but they are Jj H WILLIAMS t BRO ervo marcs at ft to insure and jonnets at 10 not the people and are hampered with to insure Also u good Farm Horso will mako Horse Personal anil iustructiotid so the Sunday Law is not tlie soasnn at o to Insure Tho ubovo stocK Indeed it is domewhnt a mutter enforced Mj KltrtVcott went to Louisville Mondnv will make the scaso at my stabio just beiow Alton nn the Lou isville nnd Crab Orchard i such a thing in tho to face the military parade ut riurprido that there x Turnnike t wiisun give a poetical Â¬ Â¬ the laws and ordinance lust as though there were none observed unless it is agreeable to do so The following are some of the finable offences under the citv ordinances approved December Uh f t79 which are treated as though they had never been mentioned in the ordinances leaving team unhitched Fast rnling keeping barking dogs Councilmen absent from Council meeting bulk jut window Arc in street cellar door being left opened trash cinders or shavings in ntreet wheel barrow on -- idewalk playing ball bandy digging and or shooting fire crackers from streets hauling earth sand Ac ltfiiiiif faro la il or g tming permitting faro on are served How Â¬ day morning Mr- Emily Helm of Louisville who r has been visiting Mrs Grant Green for UGi west Choicest Cheapest and Best fvcral weeks pa t returned to her home Stock ever brought to this Market Thursday allornoon Mr Wiliam Harmon formerly of CinThe annual meeting of the Franklin cinnati - now located in our city having To buyers of County Bible Society was held in the Pres uececdoil Mr W MeEwnn as telegraph byterian Church last Sunday night From operator at the railroad depot some cause the attendance was not near so Will made Solir h and Shrunk we invito large as on former occasions The exercises inspection n tliH city on Thursday the 2fth inst Mrs were exceedingly interesting and much en MuhS mother of John K Miles OCIt TAILORING DEPARTMENT joyed by all present An able address was Eirnirii 13 MI Is up with the times all thats read by Pro Jus K Patterson of the In this city on Thursday the 2fth inst A and M College Lexington The follow- InosJ CiivnnocK son of Judgo J V Crad aSTobTsy ing officers were elected to serve the eusuini lcl aged about thirty yearti E L Samuel President year all the In South Frankfort on the 25d inst Bbttib FURNISHING DEPARTMENT infant daughter ot Jacob and Surah Rake resilient ministers of the county Vice Presi Nevvr moro complete and yupplied with dents J X Crutcher Guy Secretary DhT T RuWHoitns Cure for Rheumatism ALL NOVELTIES Tliis i not a nostrum lout and Neuralgia V Barrett Treasurer Grant Given hut a preparation compounded by an experi Â¬ Payne C C Furr Dr B T Wood and enced physician with a view to the cure oi the To any who are MiiTering above complaints J W Pruett Executive Committee 3X A 1 IV W W 10 io we offer tliis remedy a n suro cure and can -Â¬ 1 city ordinances when one considers that there arc men in the City Council to day who voted two years ago to allow bar rooms to be kept open on Sunday It would seem that the ordinances were approved by the Council because they sound well look well on paper and serve to please the public The members of the Council know that the herd interests of the city demand that the law prohibiting the sale of liquor on Sunday be enforced They have sworn to obey these same laws and it is their duty to see thai others obey them Personally we like the members of the They are clever men and City Council want to pleae everybody at lensd a majoriti They are good law makers but as officials who mean to have the law- en forced they are not worth a pewter cent If they would shake themselves clear of the loafers election bummers be political sotted dead beats and whisky venders close the fifty six bar rooms in Frankfort on Sundays clu e them uijiont in siile and in rear give weak and erring men one day of exemption from the terrible temptations that every day and at every turn beset them have the moral courage to intdruct the police to enforce the laws as they ap pear on the books and t ee that they are enforced they will win the respect and es teem of cvt ry honest person in Frankfoit and if these menMires of reform are per e vered in awry Christian man will stand b them to the bitter end and help them to enforce the laws with a musket in hi Will yon DA HE you hand if necessary do it Councilmen Â¬ Little Miss Clara Crutcher this comity viamng relatives in me city Mrs Sea of Mercer conntv is in the citv the guest of her aunt Mrs Nelson Alley Miss Gcorgie Warren is visiting her uncle Mr Anderson Jnhuton in Woodford county Mr das 0 Hervey of Lexington has been visiting Dr W L Crutchcrs family this week Mr W T Hundley now of Laxington but formerly ol this city has been in town tbi week Mrs D Rowland of Lexington formerly of this city was visiting friends here the lir i of the week The Mis-H-Iecil of Danville returned home Wednesday morning after a two weeks vi it in this city Mrs Kate Miller of Louisville who 1ms iti visiting relatives in this city returned home Ttte day afternoon Col J G Craddoekv tJio vouthful editor ol the Paris True Kentuckian was in the city this week and paid us a call Mrs Judge Thos II Ihnes is visiting her father in Woodbruy Warren county She will be absent two or three weeks Mr- - Dr John Bull returned to her home in Louisville Tue tlay afternoon after a weeks visit to Iriends and relatives in this is 184k BlllP Gims NlirsWT 1880 FRUIT TREES Pruit RR THE MILLION o The Largest Stock of Ornamental Trees Small Fruits In Central Kentucky 1000000 STRAWBERRY PLANTS I Why patronize irresponsible ngents upon whom you have no recourse in case ol fraud when you can buy trees true to name for less money right at home All letters promptly answered If you want anything in our line write vour namo on a postal card and we will send you a largo de- Â¬ scriptive catalogue free II F HILLLENMEYKR feh28 2m Lexington Ky TMLQR1 NEW I G Formerly of Jenrgctown Ky has opened a first class Tailoring Establishment in Next door to Hughes t Chiles drug store Main street where ho will keep constantly on hand a full line of A MOEE1S ii T Dr Mills Old Stand city Fill 19- - CUSDmiS All SflifilfiS two weeks Mi s The Mi es Walker returned to their OF THE IJKST QUALITY home in Richmond Wednesday morning Mr A Alstrom experienced cutter They have been visiting in this city the past formerly of0 this place is nn my cranio in and will give satisfaction Helen Peinbeiton of Shelbyville who has been visiting relatives in this city the past two weeks teturued home Weil lies tf CLOTHING BOOM unci srst Class Clothing Â¬ Â¬ ITew and Till 1 i CRUTCHER Major II furnifh the most reliable testimonials troin Price miii who hnvuused it and b en relieved fifty cent per bottle Further information giv Â¬ en by the solo pr prietor Dr T T landlord iigiY ta For eale by W II Averill Ky Frankfort Ky John 1 Park v Sons whole- Â¬ fiblM lim sale ag nts Cincinnati U jk-f- It STARES x I I J - P l Â¬ SiX 1 -- - -- fikWJO TTOeitK ll- jaras jiHust irivus and Jack Bills neatly printed at Ul UllS OHlCe I rfj ktevfriMfe fflttftifarWtis 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FFBKUAKY 28 1880 Foresters moot next Wcndesduy night lToti scat in White Iiiih resigned his the Legislature ami returned home John D The tide brought down hundreds of mountain boys and thousands of saw logs Â¬ On C o fc xecpted as follows Nice ling walks have hcen laid in that mid after April 28th 187J trains on tho L portion of the city east of the penitentiary L It It will luiivo Frankfortduily Sundays and the people of that neighborhood walk in mud no more TKAtMS WKST TO TRAVELERS No 4 Iioavo Frankfort No 12 Loavo Frankfort TRAINS KA8T 815 a ni 250 o in 904 a in Loavo Frankfort 540 p in Leave Frunkfort No The 250 l M train will innko cloto connec tion us formerly for Cinolnnati K P HKYAN No 9 11 The attention ol our farmers and especially thoe who are mule raisers is directed to the advertisement ol Mr L E Wilson in another column Â¬ Â¬ Art County Court next Monday Wednesday was a regular March day Mr N F Kichardson has lain the foun dation for a cottage on the corner of Shelbv and Campbell streets South Frankfort and will commence the frame work shortlv Â¬ Mr Gus Shaefer is the agent for the sale of ih latest and best thing in the way of a patent gate hinge we have seen It will close the gate when opened and is arranged so that the gate will open out either way A patent latch also accompanies the hinges that will lock the gate in such a way when closed that it cannot be opened unless with the hand and there is no danger of hogs getting into a yard that has a gate fitted up with these attachments Go and see Mr Shaefer at his shop on Broadway and he will tell you all about them They are cheap and durable - Philip Selbert AXD WATCHMAKER JEWELER St 2TGBAVER Clair Street Frankfort it Ky lias judt received full stock of SILVER WAltE I CLOCKS And Is receiving goods daily Monday night Ed Kennedy a colored Goods Sold to Suit the Times There is a man living in the western end boy employed at Mr N Alleys stable Nor 22 tf of the city whose appetite has such control broke into the warehouse of Mr Sam Early gardeners are preparing to put in over him that he actually sold his ax the Harris on the alley adjoining the Baptist potatoes peas and onions other day to get money to buy whisky with Church and stole a lot of old copper which who waUncle Davy Meriwether he took to Mr Ed Power and offered for The fire engine came out for practice stricken witn partial parahsis several Wednesday afternoon and the watei ale Mr Power told him the bank was 3 Having purchased of R Y Tiltord thu weeks ago is slowly improving thrown on St Clair street effectually settled iot open but as soon as it was he would Iraw some money and pay him for it A necklace was found on the street last the dust that had made the atmosphere t tlicer John Rupe was informed by Mr Sunday which the owner can have by call thick that it could be cut with a knife It mams lihek South I nvikJoii Harris of his loss and in tracing up the ing at ill is ollice and proving property As one of the female hands at the Cottoi liief he found the copper at Mr Powers Dm ire to inform the uitiz ns f Frmkft ntid The secretaries of the various Sunday Mills was standing in the yard with a kettle uid was informed by him who had brought vicinity that he will k op a the iibjvo na c a mil lino of schools are requested to hand in their re- of boiling water in her hand Wednesday t there Wednesday morning he arrested ports for Felminrv as earlv next week a her little child ran to her jerked her dre s Kennedy and lodged him in jail where he fell into the water and was hadlv scalded possible on awaits the action of Judge McMana CIGARS TOBACCO nas court net week with a fair prospect ETC A barber shop has been established Criminal Court will convene in this citv Vhich he will fv r f going to the penitentiary prKi to Sit e lnM A shire of the public next Monday and many of the boys will one of the front rooms of the livery Mnbb pitroniyy i solioiod no doubt hide out while the Grand Jury huihjugut the corner of Bridge and Seeoni Ln t Thur duy morning when the con PdEseaimoiis iccoiuTELr cdhpouheo streets South Frankfort where hair cuttim is in session id whose duty it is to clean out the cell1 q shaving shampooing Ac is done in tlu n the penitentiary opened the door of Nov Night bll pro ni nth answerod 22 v A Hull are selliuir an extra Messrs Day highest style of the art lie of the cells the occupant a white man choice article of hemp seed Farmers in iy the name of Pheland Ilensley fell out S need of seed will do well to call and exam Mr John B Dryden the popular new D A coroners inquest ipon the walk dad ine it before purchasing dealer has purchased of Mr Hen Marsha vas held upon his b idy and brought in a the Post office Xewa Depot and uilltnkt erdict ol death from paralysis ol the You are earnestly requested to attend possession of that establishment on Mondtn Office and Residence Maruon House Block Si Ilen ley came to the peniteutiar uart the temperance meeting at the court house The many friends of Mr Marshall uil ni lie 18th of la t Clair Street November and was to night The meeting will be called to hereafter find his smiling countenance hi daeed b R V lv ir OUT JvY at work in the hemp factory He order promptly at half past seven oclock hind the counter of Messrs Marshall A as relieved from Apr 25 ly duty by Dr Sawyier There has been more shooting on the Meagher where he will be glad to see them tbout two weeks ago on account of not South Side this week Three shots were eel ing well enough to work and had been Last Monday afternoon while Mr Waltei lired near the corner of Second and Shelby ibout the hospital nio t of the time since streets about one oclock Wednesday morn- Pierce was loading his furniture into a wagoi Monday afternoon he applied to the ho pitul for the purpose of removing from his for ing More police wanted toward for a diarrhea remedy but when la mer residence to a house on Cross street He Mr Sam Mavhall of this citv one South Frankfort the horse attached to the vent to his cell -- aid he felt all right iad evidently gotten up in the night and of the veterans present at the Mexican wagon took fright and ran away sirewine sy Jj - f SSL A soldiers meeting last Monday received the household goods along the street break lying had fallen against the door mm WB seventeen lance wounds and was shot once ing them up and finally smashing the LOCAL NOTICES at the battle of Buenn Vista wagon to pieces A Fools Errand very similar to Uncle Poms Cabin for -- ale at MeCIures Book he nicest lot of chamber water sets The alarm of fire at oclock Wednesday brought to this city for many months may morning was occasioned bv the buriiiim ot tore The largest and cheape t line of toilet be seen on the shelves of dipt E II Tay- the fixtures of William Harms barber ioap in the city at Griffin Bros lors house furnishing store They are not shop in a room in the old jail building Throughout the world Favorite Stove onlv beautiful but verv cheap on Clinton street The lire department ire known to be the bc t Favorite was out in time to extinguish the flame- - Stoves and be happv John T Buckles Mrs Bohannan has placed in her store gent St Clair street 11 this week a choice lot of staple ami fancy uetore tney nan ininie much headway The origin of the lire is supposed to be tlu Hand ome line of Horse Shoejewelrv groceries She reports her business in a t Griffin Bros sieCKSSOU TO most flourishing condition which is no explosion of a lamp left burning in tlu Favorite Stoves nre without ouestioni room more than she riehlv deserves the lined and best cooking stoves in the 5 Every stove is -- old with a written Is the Cheapest place to buy your The column of Biographical Sketches woild The City Council will meet in regular guarantee to have no equal in economy session next Tuesdav night when it is which is wont to appear in the Yeoman lurability convenience and beauty To STOVES TIN WAKE honed some action will be taken in reference with each meeting of the Legi dature ha- i void being deceived bv imitations call and d uis wiurSurely tin- examine them at John T Nuekkns to immbennrj the houses and nostin- - th lLe SIln 1000 bunches of black beads just re- - HOUSe PumiShillff names of the streets in conspicuous places Yeoman means no slight to the member GOOdS ol the present General Assembly bv having eived at Grillin Bros -- k here was a large gathering of our citi- - neglected this bi ennial dutv Now that In a letter froit Lexington Ky received ens to witness the administering of the the subject is mentioned it is to be hoped by Miles k Son ordering their Patent Hour It comes hiuh but Iron and Tin fioftfhig ordinance ol baptism at the pond on Cross that the biographical mill he set to grinding this expression is used the people will have it Similar ex pr- eMreet South Frankfort last Suuduv after- - at once so a bodv can see whos who It niuiib uw ruceiveu nany irom ail points Gulimng frc c Rev Green Clay Smith officiated would no doubt be very gratifying to the Use noon their J E M and you will never re utid jhirleen candidates were immersed members of the Legislature gret it JOB WOUK a JOS LCOMPTE - -- DKUGGIST NEW DRUG STORE Â¬ - 1 -- Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon I BEST IN THE WORLD Â¬ fclTrir1 flz - 1 1 Â¬ le COLUMBIA E I TAYLOR j Watson Co -- J - 50 MAJNTisLBHtUtATES 11 Â¬ srimiiY j i JWlrttfiW ii iiii iftif fcfififiiiiiiiir Prm 4 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT The citv has been crowded with mountain men this week bringing a rich hnrveHt to our storea Some of our busmen liotiseH were open to them nearly all day last Sun day in direct violation of the Sunday Law nnntilv Whites School House Mr Win liiivo Rufon Iiiiimi and wife of Woodford viniting the family of Â¬ Every corner of every street in this city oujiht to have the name of the street on it ami everv house ought to have a number on it The Council meets in regular session next Tuesday night and we hope it will rive this matter its consideration Mr lon Crai The smokehouse of Mr R McMillan was entered by thieves recently and a con siderable quantity of meat stolen Capt Allen has given up the Shipp and ia at present navigating on old oan but Jjva ry uoity Knows what tlie Uaptatn is after Misses Nellie Jillson Mima South and Magirie Owen three charminc young ladies of Frankfort have been visiting Mrs Lee J LSIfc Mk BS v1 i i7 t J i i U j mflml 9 Owen W J Hughes has commenced the Mr Mr D II Jones having disposed of his erection of a frame residence on the site of farm to Mr Milton Craig removed to the old Eli Smith mannon Logan street Sharpsburg Bath county last week much The foundation is about to the regret ot Ins numerous friends here South Frankfort Hobt Jones left last week for Bath county completed and the building will be pushed will n drove of cattle Bob will make that if the weather permits forward rapidly county his future home much to the regret No member of the Legislature can afford of several young ladies in this vicinity Farewell Bob and may you live long and to go home without taking with him a suit prosper Kkpoktkk of clothes from Berbcrioha Emporium of Mr Berberich is a real artist in Fashion his line and can cut and make a suit to He is entirely please the most fastidious No 330 Front View No 330 Back View BRATTLEB OKO VT Our new Organ expressly designed lor Sunday Schools Chapels fete iu proving- a - PETER C SOWER CONFECTIONER AN trustworthy and whatever representations he makes may be implicitly relied on d Noll of honor of Leestown school from Jan 24th to Feb 24th US Edmund Taylor Betsy Blanton Pauline Frazer Emma Connors Agnes Connors Addic Currens Eliza Peevler Bacon Blanton Charley llossell John Dean Alex Douglass Nodman Currens BAKER STREET 3XAIIV bo Be sure to send ior full descriptive Cataloguo before purchasing any other THE LARGEST feb 21 Cm IRKS OF THE 10 V OR THE GLOBE Illustrated Cataloguo sent free Jane Brown Frank Moss Rebecca Kinny received n full stock of goods for surpassed by any other house in thm cannot this city Toys of every description can bo had for a mere trifle I have on hand at all times Cakes of every description such ns I have just BEST PLACE In Frankfort to buy GROCERIES is at BERBERICH The following is the roll of honor of BLACK CAKE SILVER CAKE Dudley Institute for the month ending POUND CAKE SPONGE CAKE And in fact everything that is usually kept in February 13 18S0 a first class Confectionury I invite all to come TMOSi STANDING 97j AND ABOVK P V Gray Gos Merchant Tailor ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY Who have just received a mammoth stock of Katie Sproule Alma Seofield Lida Todd Antoinette Lindsey TII03K STANDINO Fayette Hewitt Belle Hensley Sallie Dnvall Walker Stephens 9 AND IKS3 THAN and see for themselves before purchasing where else- Â¬ CHOICE GROCERIES RESTOTAXTT I have also opened my Restaurant for the ac- Â¬ commodation of the public and will constantly keep Fine Select Oysters the best of Game nnd Fresh Fish and all other things that the- market Meals at all hours and prices ronton iflbrds nbl PETER C Which they offer at prices to suit everybody They keep none but the vory best and guarontei every article to be just as represented and Fui1 Wright inovery instance A tnll line or Fall and Winter Suits TO ORDER IN ALL THE 98 Sallie Burns Annie Duvall Florie Williams Ruford Ilendrick Todd Saflell STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Nannie Fitzhugh Panic Williams Minnie Williams J T Grav Ella Hutchison SOWER CANNED GOODS Wooden and Stone Ware And everything usually kept in a first clnst grocery pST Try our 80 ccntTeaancl choice brand of Coffee Best Fresh Oysters always on hand jnn 15 tf Bessie Mark ham Dec20 3m AND AT Alton Mr John T Stout is expected home very soon Born To the wife of George Montjoy 18th inst a daughter Mi DONT READ THIS og uiJJWD Lowest Prices Satisfaction guaranteed Sept 13 fiin Hattie Buckley Frankfort guest of Miss Emma Wilson ing a week with relatives here qi oj is the BUi 00 Z Â¬ Mrs David Montjoy Lexington is spend have ten good Milch Cows five of which arc Sinn fresh which 1 will sell cheap for cash puu pouuoo soii oiq JOHN KIERNAN 51 tf l0980Jl uu pouoo potpoii 05 l vi it tnjq oH oj pM op m jjjom dvetjo puti pooaSuitjaiiv osoiji 09 aououi owjs put nzituouoso puti 110 Aloniuoi jo ojoig otp uj uuiiihjoai isoji 1 PII lilif suozma o ojisoddo osnoj 8SOJ 3U1P1M1 J I MILCH COWS FOR SALE1 oimj oqj u ao New Hardware Store OFRKKIJ BY lfp HALY BROTHERS lit HANSI021 IIOISK IIIOCK CO W H AVERILL Madam Kumor savs we are to have a wedding in our midst very soon Miss Lulio Stephens of Franklin county is visiting relatives and friends here Mr John McOnun went to Louisville Monday to see his sister and returned Wednesday Elder A P Terrell Lexington preached two very edifying discourses at the Christian Church last Sunday Messrs Tom Hudson and R V Martin mr i nr u mi uooiin luercor county anu mr t 1 t Lexington have been visiting the amilv of Mr W II Wilson but to the regret ol several they have returned home Mr Eddie Wilson celebrated the 2 th anniversary of his birth day Saturday by en tertnining a large number of his friend and treating them to an elegant supper A delightful evening was spent by all present We are sorry to sny that Prcs was not there feeling somewhat indisposed Daisv 1 haJlOj -- nos rcopno1 wxq aqx Persons desiring a ehnico article of in si joao Opposite Po8t 0ffice Frankfort Ky NEXT DOOR TO GRIFFIN BROS Sash Music and Musical Goods UHBESTft BESTASSDRTHEHT IN Hardware in Oenernl Paints Oils Doors Shuttors Mouldings Mantels Grate CHEAPEST Aug 30 tf Â¬ HOUSE IN TOWN HALY Ml OS CO THE CITY WATER MILL FLOUR Call and bo convinced ways on hand iy Strings for Pinno Violin Violoncello Guitar Banjo to A full line of Instruction Uooks al Orders for Sheet music solicited COMPTONS Flour Storo on Broadway Aug 300m Waterhaving their order Flour I Mill at an get it JONES by Music published anywhere promptly obtained n Publishers Prices Now Music received month W J OHINN PKAIKR 1 80 A Splendid Offer 80 I ALL KINDS OF COAL Willsellattho very lowest figureh AUCTIONEERING - Having- had a numbor of years oxporienco at the business I offer my services to the citiaonB of Franklin county as an Auctioneer and will sell stock on the street household goods or do gen eral farm auctioneering Orders loft at the store of Mr V Ileborich or tho stablo of Dan Han cock will receive prompt attention Charge The THE Frankfort AND FO R O A SHE Roundabout IfliAlsriiLlN LOUISVILLE WEEKLY GOURIEH JOURNKL moderate io tf J J PETERSON Ono year for 2 25 Two pannrs for little more than tho price of ono Send us 2 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