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VhrtM K w Z AT r J j The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PEJ COPY NUMIiER 2 Volume in 11 FRANKFORT KY MARCH 6 1880 Mr Molvee Hardie of Lawrenceburi Henry Stewart colored guardian of Teiia The usual services will be held 1 the M was visiting relatives and friends here the St arks colored Presbyterian Church to morrow by the Denier in nil Kinds of Margaret Hockeramith administrator of first of the week All are invited pastor Henry Ilockersmith Mr Tim Forbes moved to South Frank Lumber Fleering Weather Boarding fort Thursday He contemplates building VWVV SKTTIiMUNT8 Elder 1 S Sweeney o1 Paris will preach Laths Shingles c c John N Pendleton guardian of John there early in the spring at the Christian Church to morrow morning The Champion Saw mill is fairlv booming Office and Sntr Mtlls ncur Unilroad Pendleton All arc cordially invited ami night JJridgc Eight car loads of lumber were Frank Chiun executor of Sirs E F now F1 1 A Xi X O IX X shipped from there this week IT The interests of this city demand n free Blackburn Inn J ty IKTITIONH Miss Parmelia Collinss a very fascinating biidge connecting North and South FrankJames Gordon and others application to youtJir lady of Taylor county will spend Will the Council have it built fort a few months with her cousin Miss Floropen a new road continued Humphrey Marshall petition for division ence Collins near town 474 07 in the The City Clerk reports ol lands continued Judge Pence employed his engine in pulltreasury to the credit of the colored school Levi T Crutcher application for pass- - ilir two oak lafts of logs out of The eddv at KINDS OF COAL OX HAND land being the amount of taxes paid by way report of viewers tiled and continued the mouth of Benson Wednesday afternoon ALL for sale at Lowest Prices bv G B MACK LIN the colored people of this city for the years which was the only way they could be J WAKEFIELD Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ 1 COAL TCO All J AMESiTxiRE W SCOTT r - 1878 U The Great London Kcnovator has his He is headquarters at the Griffin House doing a big business in dyeing cleaning and repairing clothes and gives general satisÂ¬ faction Iaylor Parrent has very much im proved if wfnllv ins iUHiess ty aiming thereto a select stock Our merchants are making preparations Gm They should always in in v gouu for a big spring trade -- Three mimbeisof the present City Council have declared themselves in favor of building a free bridge across Kentucky river at this point Let us have a free bridge bv Virginia all means - o moved Col S V Pence and wife arrived Wednes Mrs Betsey Daniel is very ill day after having been absent about two Mr L Abbot has moved to Anderson weeks attending to the building of his saw- county mm 1111111 un run creeiv which win ue completed now in a few weeks Mr Otho Wheat has sold his lot of 40 The City Council met Tuesday night hit hogs We were unable to iret a report of the The farmers arc busily engaged in pre- meeting hone they provided for repairing paring for the simmer campaign of the sidewalk at Benson bridge which is Mr Jamei Sargent and Miss Gussie very liangerou- - these dark nights Wkett left last Monday for Head Island Bridgeport 11 1 Scoti withuiicldUlonnlobrSe Willhcrenfterprnetice lawin nil thccourU held at Frankfort Ivontuckv Office in fiont loom of Hord Tra hues office I1la11 Circuit fn the County Quarterly arrnnjr- cllKimi the advice ijbby a special John mont nave nssitanceof 1 ATTORNEY AT1 laav TV rVb 22 i V Frankfort Retail Markets nrroMiil lV- m WEBEL7 ROUNDAI - Co- - Grocers St Clair street coKFii 20 ivirv wk bv R V IS PUBLISHED s keep in mind that they fan get more adveitising in the RounDuiout for less money than bv any other meni - Dr W H Hall brought to this oiTiceyes tenlay a hunch of as fine asparagus as was He has had ever giown in this section Hi asparagus every month this winter will accept our thanks lor this kind remem brance of us Â¬ The National Mutual Benefit Association is the name of an insurance order which pays 4 00 on the death of a member n nunc Mr Air r fivtili A um i tii nai i nv in No monthly dues no lodge ilL no meet ii i c t tr ings See Capt E II Taylor who i Mis Kate Jenkins is visiting relatives at agent for it and he will tell you all about it Hardinsville Miss Annie Sheets has returned from a The celebrated Oofty fJooft combination visit to Shelby count v will appear at Major Hall in this city next i i i P reneea were blown down during the heavy Wednesday evening March 10 in the storms ot Thursday night great play of Under the Gaslight This Capt F M Scofield has returned from--is a lirst class company and the play will a visit to his brother-in-laMr Ben Ed- be presented in the highest style of the art wanh a veteran sohlier tf the Mexican Numerous changes have been made in the war at Choppers Depot Shelby county tilav since it was last rendered in this citv Bit and all who attend will sin eh be pleased Belle Point Go and nee Dryden and secure your seats in time Mr lack Smith and family have moved Â¬ I The temperance cause in this section needs reviving Cant Frankfort send us ome workers Mr Henry Maston and family Woodford county have been visiting friends in this vicinity this week Regular services at South Benson Church to morow niorriiing at 11 oclock Rev T J Stevenson paMor Mr Churchill Bailey sold a pair of mules last Monday for the snug sum of 300 en- We were unable to learn the name of the pinchaser Mack -i Rio good Rio choice 22Jj72o u5 Choice roasted Bio suviKms Sugar per lb Molasses per gal Coal oil per gal EVERY SATURDAY BY 1012 OUfTf 90 25 10 Uce Candles v ueexe 0 20 20 6 BUCKLEY 40 St Clair St JP Tfc LEWIS Near Main Staich Mackerel in kits of l lbs Beans choice white per II ri ii nun n - lie i ii Grits per lb Dried apples per lb 1 1 i3 4 -- I 10 Dried per lb 7 If 2 40 S S A rsT Iv IP O R XJ Iv V Salt bin bid IUOVISIONS Shoulders Sides j in 12 10 j iams j lixut rf i TSZHVJIS Si 00 50 25 Butter City Mills perewt l Jkhorn Water Mills alley lills per cwt IlOtK 4 perewt Ac 1 2 004 0i - I i One copy oue year 30 lniinpm copy six mouths r0 Oue copy three months 4 00i 3 rouOOfrjU 2o 10 Ik OKAlV Wheat per bus Hve per bus i i itMi Proceedings of tho County Court March 1st 1880 Court convened at 10 oclock when the following business was transacted wilns IltoiUTivi Rev F II Hodge Allien G Hodges Executor Ta bit ha Ann Mens Martha White Elizabeth W Miles SKTTMJMKXTS IIKCOKDKD fiom town Mr Nat is Joseph Robinson administrator of It E thockett deceased Wash Crutcher trustee of Mrs Nannie Jlerudoi QD J Vnrdemtui guardian of Maggie Cox -1 j 5 i4i quite ill Top spinniuir iy the favorite amusement now with the small boy over here Oue of our young ladies received ten valentines and still she is not happy Mr F P Lewis returned from Louisville Thursday whither hed gone tp purchase spring goods Vmr nnr Imin u mitd Knc W1I II n It rtl IWIIIU IVIIIII lllll nrixn lr llVM II lllllll HI lljjlll U lnl Benson bridge The most of our citizens are pretty well supplied with drift wqod caught on the recent high tide i I Daniels little boy Ulysses with diphtheria Mi jrs iiiip I ill J old Feathers nevv per lb Giusen Tallow per lb I imothy per bus Potatoes Irish per bus Potatoes sweet per bus iiiiiks mts Dry Hint hides per lb Dry salt hides per lb nUCep ShlllS I perlb tat 457k0 20 o BOOH A2TD JODS f O 15 3 To SO i2 fiG PRINTING M MI Y lXUTl Ii Al 14fii fio l ir 7 I iij lilnit- - Skunk skins spotted Mink Skins Bed fox skins Gray tox skins Raccoon skins ii 50 SO 10 fit 7fl ftO lOu LOWEST AcUlrcrt FIGURES Frankfort Ky WEFKIY UOUNnABOUT - lOfJg 40 - IF M 4st- 2 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OliAUDK HUOKM5Y OKO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and FUANKF011T FvLTolis3aers- MAHOII 0 The talks were friendly but plain and to the point and the police now have an intelligent understanding of their duties and the people will expect to ace a ditlercnt state of aflairfl in Frankfort good 1880 If your RoumvnouT is marked on the firat page with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before yon receive another paper One Step Forward J J The Police Judge of the city of Frankfort had all the police summoned to appear at his office at three oclock Tuesday afternoon and when they had all arrived he proceeded to talk with them about their duties as He said he had no officers and citizens desire to have them actus spes but it was their duty to inquire into and report any violations of the city ordinances of which they might hear lie called their attention especially to the reported existence of gambling hells in this city and urged them to be on the alert for these places and take fetich action as would bring the offenders to Mrs Stephen Moyers and family left Personal justice lie also directed their attention to Wednesdav for Georgia where thev will the fact that the law in relation to selling Gov Jas B McCreary has been in the reside in futute much to the regret of a large circle of Iriends in this city liquor to minors was being daily violated city this week Miss Lizzie McFerran Danville is visiting Esquire D O Robinson of Benson Depot and asked that some measures be taken friends in the city was married in Lexington on Thursday to He into discover who the violators are Tin Mr J W Lindsey Louisville has been Miss Monie Hopper ol that city structed them to arrest hoys who loitered newly martied pair passed through this in the citv this week about the depot as also persons who get on Miss Mollie Morton of Madisonville is city on the west bound train the same day and off the platforms of the cars while in in the city on n visit to friejids Mr Charles Exum graduated at the law motion unless they have business on the school of the Louisville University last Miss Lee Ella Rradley of Georgetown is week and is now with his relatives and cars visiting the MissssChinn this city friends in and near this city Hehasde City Attorney Hugh Rodman was present Mrs Jacob Swigert left Wednesday morn termined to locate in Frankfort for the ami read several city ordinances to the as ing for u visit to relatives in Danville purpose of practicing his profession sembled officers and asked that they ex Mrs E W Tnrlton of Lexington is ercise more diligence in trying to discover visiting her fathers family in this city BORN the violators of the Jaw He said he had In this city on Tuesday Februnry 2 Jth to the Mrs Mollie Robb of Shelby county has heard of chicken fighting having been en been May wife of C h Oliver n daughter visiting relatives in this city this week gaged in within the limits of the citv and Miss DIED the persons thus offending ought to be lady of Sallie Johnson a charming young Paris is visiting friends in the city f ought out and punished according to law In this city yesterday morning at tlio resr MiNS Laura Brown of Shelby county is fence Mr Dun Lynch Mrs of her He further said that the ordinance prohibit spending a few days with friends in the city Maiiy BuTiKtt in the 85ib year of her age ing the discharge of firearms within the Tlio funeral will take place from the Catholic Miss Georgie Todd Belle Point has been corporate limits was violated constantly visiting her friend Church this afternoon at 3 oclock Mis Cornie Siiipp nenr and should be stopped without unnecessary Midway DitT T UiiADKoitns Cure for llheumutism delay Mr Fred E Jouett Louisville spent lout anil Neuralgia This is not a nostrum Jndge Snced then instructed the police last Sunday with relatives and friends in hut a preparation compounded hy an ejeperi enceil physician with a view to the cure of the to wrest any person guilty of fast riding or this city To any who arc suffering aboru complaints Mrs M J Lewis will leave this afternoon driving on the streets that the practice had we offer this remedy as a sure euro and can become quite common and wjis exceedingly for a visit of several weeks to her son in furnish the most reliable testimonials from per- Â¬ Louisville Price sons who have used it and been relieved dangerous to pedestrians MVJ If KV DllltPIlll rftlinwil linmn fifty cents ner bottlo Further information giv v rm me uiy Attorney ioiu tne ponce mat Wednesduv from a visit to relat veawiiiin en hy the solo proprietor Dr T T Itradtord For Mile by W II Averill Ky Augus ta loid complaints were made of the constant JScotl county Sons whole Frankfort Ky John D Park violations of the Sunday Law and that Misses Sallie Cannon and Puttie Roberts sale agents ttncjnnati O lebLl lun persons who were guilty of such violations bave returned home from a visit to New luuld be reported anddealt with according 0lkftri LoisiaANNOUNCEMENTS Irt V Berberich the fashionable tailor When men take out license to sell to law left for New uesday to purchue u ciiicuitjudue liquor they take an oath and give a lirtul tlock of prhig lurk isooilri tliiit tlicV will fnitlifiill v nnmilv ivitli tin OltH Wcarc authorized to announce Mr Geo L Payne left Wednesday of Owen county as n DemocraticJOHN J candidate for of the law and they should requirements moMns for Louisville where he has gone Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Ju be compelled to do it At the time they to prospect for business dicial District subject to tho action of the Dem ocrntic Party get their license they know that there are MJHS Amiie Monroe after an absence of certain restrictions by which they shall bejseveral months in Tennessee returned COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY governed and they have no special privileges home Wednesday morning We are authorized to announce III A JULIAN to sell on Sundayi or to sell to minors and Misses Vene Herndon ami Maggie Page as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney ot persons who are in the habit of getting uent t0 Covington Wednesday morning for tho Eleventh Judicial district subject to the ac- Â¬ viHt to friends in that city tion of the Dommratio party jrunt Judire Sneed asked the officers to o to1 Miss Addie Barclay a charminjr votinir I t cit l c0l J the Citv Clerk ami get a copy each of the ml gue tof Miss scottie Chinn citv ordinances and read them carelully no best Jacks in tho country I have two Mr e 8tnet clothier one of them a of thefine Jennet Jack which will as to familiarize themselves with them and J rery left for Cincinnati I uesdav thin be better prepared to perform their liy j n supply of spring goodsafternoon to serve marcs at fi to insure and jennets at 10 to insure Also a good Farm Horse will make duties with intelligence and fidelity 6 to insure The above stock IJoM- fountain Fox Hobhilt the Cicero the season at i will make tho reason at my stublo just below Altogether it was a profitable meeting of le motains is in town dispensing Alton on uud willno doubt be productive of inucliamiles and kind wotds among his friends Turnpike the Louisville and K Crah Orchard L WILSON Â¬ Mr J no P Starke of Crutcher Shirks Uhic Grass Nursery 1880 has gone to New York to purchase spring goods for tlieio mammoth Clothing House FRUIT TREES FOR THE MILLION Mr Cloudos Meek who has been in Tho Largest Stock of Knnsns and Missouri for the post few Ornamental rrcosSmall Fruits o months returned home Wednesday morn- Fruit In Ccntrnl Kentucky ing Henry Duvall is handling some very fine Miss Maggie Clay a beautiful brunette 1000000 STRAWBERRY PLANTS I He refresh fish at Gray it Rodmans of Paris returned home yesterday morning ceives them daily and is selling them Why patronize irresponsible agents alter a short visit to friends in South Frank- you have no recourse in case of fraudupon whom when you cheap fort cin buy trees true to name for less money right Little Miss Ettie Smith has recovered at home All letters promptly answered If The stable of Mr W J Chinn was you want anything in our line wrilo your nuiao destroyed bv fire about 12 oclock ibis morn from a long spell of illness She has been on a postal cird ami we will send you a large de confined for about six weeks with pneu scriptive cataloguo free Two fine Alderney calves for which monia ing II F IIILLLENMRYKK Mr Chinn had paid 55 apiece a few days fcb28 2in Lexington Ky Miss Lizzie Jacob who has been visiting ago a good buggy and a large lot of prov- Â¬ friends in the oily for about two months 3ST ender were burned in the stable The loss returned to her home in Louisville last The fire Saturday is about 1000 with no insurance TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT is supposed to be the work of an incendiary Mr R K McClure left for the East Thursday to purchase a spring stock of Officer Jack Long met with a painful boots and shoes for the firm of R K Mc- Â¬ Wed Clure fc Bro though serious not accident lie was getting up from nesday noon has onencd Mr John Drydcn went to Cincinnati Formerly of Georgetown Ky the dinner table when the hammer of a Tuesday afternoon to purchase a stock of a first class Tailoring Establishment in He pistol in his pocket struck the table causing goods for Ins Poit ofnce aScws Depot returned ye tcrday The ball entered the load to be discharged Next door to Hughes 1 Chiles diug store Major Will Starling who has been visit Mnin street whoro ho will keep constantly on his right thigh near the hip joint ami was month hand a full line of cut out near the knee making u bad flesh ing relatives in the city for the past Ark left for his home near Sunny Side wound lie is getting along quite well 11 Tuesday afternoon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lU J3 W A C MOEBIS Dr Mills Old Stand OF THE BEST QUALITY Mr A O Alstrom nn experienced cutter formerly of this place is in my employ and will give satisfaction lt tf Â¬ CLOTHING BOOM Largest Choicest Cheapest and Best Stock ever brought to this Market To buyers of Â¬ Â¬ First Class Clothing Well made Â¬ Stjlish and Shrunk inspection we iiiTito OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is up with the times all thats Â¬ son-in-la- w 2Tew and Nobby STARES FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Never more complete and t upplied with ALL THE NOVELTIES CRUTCHER Mill MAIN STREKT GEO W JACKSON - wight and Machinist BirtANItJB0RT KY GEO -- - All orders for Mill wrightingand setting and repairing machinery promptly attended to at reasonable rates Leave orders at Roundabout llico 1 Jan 17 hn WJACKSON f TELEPHONE Cigar and Tobacco Stand Mar- Â¬ Corner llroathruy ami Ann SlrriUuppimtc ket Juiiir FR fcTKiFioEOT isz s i le JACZS and SOUSE l Jff1 Wo huvo oponcd a Cigar ami Tobacco Stand in connection with our Telephone Office and will keep constantly on hand a full lino of im- Â¬ ported and domestic cigars and tobacco Wo sell the hist live cent oigar in the city Call and eeua J Ji WILLIAMS t BUO - lowest prices at this office Horse and Jack Bills and Cards neatly printed at iV WtOy WW 3 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT PRANK FORT MA11CII 6 1880 The steamer Valley came up Thursday free bridge across Kentucky river nt Frank- - iifrernoon with a barge in tow heavily lliiH point would bring a big trnde to fort from portions ol Anderson and Shelby laden with grain and other freight A counties Philip Selbert WATCHMAKER A O T Uichardson arc Messrs N V ami after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L doing a thriving grocery business in South C A L R R will lenvo Frankfort dally Sundays Frank fort Besides keeping a line stock of e xcoptcd as follows everything in their line thev are reliable THAtMS WKST Give them a call 815 a in and prompt AND No 4 Lcavo Frankfort 25U o in No 12 Loavo Frankfort The City Council already has authority The crowd in town last Monday County TKAINS KA8T 904 a in Court day was the largest that has been from the Legislature to issue bonds for the1 No 9 Leave Frankfort Ky 54lip in seen in Frankfort for many a day There purpose of erecting a free bridge across St Clair Street Frankfort No II Lewi Frankfort The 2i0 l M train will make cloao cornice Has jmt received a full stock of was no slock on the market except a lew Kentnckv river and it now onlv remains tion as formorly for Cincinnati B P MIYAN Auriit horses mostly hacks that went at nom to issue the bonds and have the bridge i inn o T AliJCi ULUUKS Let us have the freee bridge TX1J inal prices and one or two milch cows built at once The streets are to be named and the And is receiving goods daily The usual amount of rot was consumed A free bridge from the foot of Shelby houses numbered in Frankfort and several of the boys were locked up street South Side to a point opposite in Goods Sold to fcuit the Times Business in the Police Court was quite in the castle on the side of Fort Hill North Frankfort would enhance the value Xot 22 tf dull during the month of Februarv There is no use in passing an ordinance of leal estate in that vicinity not less than lilty per cent and the city would within Anything from a little dodger to a book unless its provisions are to be respected Yiomnn of Wednesday a few years realize enough money from the can be printed at the Houndaiiout ofliee in So say we Major and we are glad on corresponding increase in revenue Irom good style and on very short notice have said it Now give us a little lift and taxation to pay for it Having purchased of It VV Tilford tho The foundation for the tine monumenf let us see what we can accomplish together The matter of posting to be erected on the lot of Mr Hi Berry in towards having rum shops closed up on streets on the Street conuerslmTnumberLglfEW You are respectfully the Frankfort cemetery has been completed Sundays in this city the hoiti es and lots in this city was brought Williams Block South referred to city ordinances Xos IVi and o4 in the Council meeting Tuesday night Dsl Landreths world renowned garden seeds with the request that you advocate their up to inform tho citiwiw of Frankfort and and referred to the Street Committee with vicinity that ho will keep at the ubjvo place a in bulk and in papers by are kept for sale rigid enforcement through the columns of full line of mm i i Mr Jos LeCompte at the South Side drug your paper iocr iu iiei i ml- riiiiiriiuui oi imu com Will you do it mittee says they are going to work immedittore One of the minister- of this city said last ately and have it done Dr W M Averill has on hand a very CIGARS TOBACCO ETC Sunday that in ancient times the rose w The election Tmsday night of Mr David tine supply of line garden seeds Iroin the Which he will ell nt prk oa tu uit the time typical of woman large healthy rohu t Ivirkpatrick as night policeman is one of A famous establishment of David Lambeth share of the public patronage is solicited pretty but now the lilies of the field were the best acts of the present Council 1 1 is fc Sons ACCU3ATELY GOMHHIIDEI better types of the women of to day trail popularity as in officer was evidenced in they toil not the Council immediately after his election for Criminal Court begun in this city last delicate beautiful 0 Night bell promptly answered Nov22 ly And vet I sav unto b a clamoring among the members to have Judge McManamas charge to neither do thev spin Monday the Grand fury was exceptionally fine anil you that even Solomon in all his glory wn him put on dutv on the beat iu which thev S not arrayed like one of these very impiessive live No more efficient and trustworthy reading oflicer ever served the city than Dave Kirk- That preacher has evidently been There were eleven interments in the the descriptions of the Indie1 dresses worn patrick Frankfort Cemetery during the month of at the Assembly Ball Club hops Mr M H P Williams jr has associ Office and Residency Mansion House Block St February seven of which were white per Clair Street sons and four colored The Assembly Ball Club is running on ated him elf with the firm of Bowen A Two members til Iloltou which will hereafter be known high moral principles Messrs Day it Half are selling an extra Apr2i ly from the ball room as J II Bowen A Co dealers in agricult- Â¬ Farmers in the Club were excluded choice article of hemp seed Their few weeks ago lor having imbibed t o ural and mechanical implements need of seed will do well to call and exam a business has been removed from Ann freely and at a called meeting cf the Club ine it before purchasing Tuesday night it was ordered that thr e Mreet to a hon m on Market street next It is said that there will be a grand other members be required to go in company door to J no Kiernans grocery where they masquerade hop at Capital II otel next Fri with a committee appointed for that purpose will be glad to see and serve their friends day night 12th iust under the auspices am apologize to Mr and Mrs McLean ol ami the public generally of the Assembly Ball Club Hotel for some of their the Capital A new telephone line has been established It is in thoughtlessness a few nights bince this city between Major Hall and Dr You are earnestly requested to attend intended that the affairs of this Club shall T L Tavlors office Great crowds of i the temperance meeting at the court house be properly conducted at any cot t go to Dr Tavlors ofliee daily young ladies The meeting will be called to to night and entertain our handsome City Clerk for order promptly at half past seven oclock Rev F H Hodges died at his residence an indefinite length of time by conver ing in this county on Thur--daThe RotiNMJnioiT ofliee is supplied with a near Peaks Mill with him through the telephone lie has of last week aged seventy years after tine assortment of type and job work can not vet had time to arrange his hours for For more than be had here in as good style and at as low a long and painful illness receiving but will doubtless elcct the years he had been a minister of the prices as at any other first class printing lorty time from two to five oclock p in Due Baptist Church laboring earnestly in this ofliee notice will be given and adjoining counties in the cause of A great many members of the Legislature Chri t and had been the means of turning LOCAL NOTICES SUCCKSSOU TO talk favorably about granting the city many hundred souls from the error of their A Fools Krrand very similar to Uncle privilege of the converting Capitol way to seek after a newness of life ami Toms Cabin for sale at McClures Book-Let it be done by in tiiH iienm me cnurcn ne so oeany store Square into a city park Is the Cheapest place to buy your He was all means loved has sustained a great loss largest and cheapest line of toilet an ardent advocate of temperance and neversoap in the city at Grilliu Bros Bar rooms will be opened as usual toifjoo bunches of black beads just re allowed an opportunity to strike a blow in No extra charge for Sunday morrow asm behalf of the cause to pass without taking ceived at Gritlin Bros drinks The public is cordially invited to advantage of it and to him many who are In a letter from Lexington Ky received Goods Entrance at the side step in and smile now leading lives of sobrietv owe their by Miles A Son ordering their Patent flour or back of the rum shops expression is comes high but He salvation from a drunkards doom the people will have it Similar expres McEwan are doing a reg- hiivH ii wife ami a lare lamiy u ciimreii Whitesides rnm vl t -- 51 Iron and Tin Hoofing ular warehouse business in the wall paper to mourn his loss His funeral took placefuse their J E M mid vou will never re- They have juat received another from his late residence and was largely gret it line Guttering c large stock of beautiful patterns in wall- attended the services being conducted by Handsome line of Horse Shoe jewelrv JOB WORK A SrtCJALTY i uev ur uui Lewis M Griffin Bros paper Call and see it On TO TRAVELERS Messrs Crutcher A Shirks the capital clothiers forwarded Thursday morning to Messrs M G Barlow ico Wilson ami i II Primrose the great minstrels the fine suits of clothes recently ordered of them JEWELER EUCBAVEB ur otr nn n jrm -- JOS LCOMPTE DRUGGIST DRUG STORE Friirt - Â¬ Â¬ - Drugs Medicines -- F SMITH M D Physician and Surgeon FRANKFORT KY Â¬ Â¬ BEST IN THE WORLD y COLUMBIAN E H TAYLOR Watson STOYES Co ne TINWARE House Furnishing Â¬ iifiiii r usedlt MANTELS rw I GRATES Â¬ twpi WifijMflCp 4 WKUKLY ROUNDABOUT Sunday School Reports 2 i duncilnmn Tohin moved tlmt the Coun into cil do now go Heport of the Christian Suiuluy Holiool am Iter ol oiieiM ktuliers uiul jm piles Councilman Bryan held by T Larkin as night pdicenmu in South Frankfort be declared vacant 1 ikcutivi kcssion moved the portion J EST 15r ELL t tt L S e 210 Hijihest nttendanco during month 17 Lowo tittondniKo during month 10l Avitmih1 nttindiuut durinir month I TciUhiMs absent during month Avi ragt col loot ion daring month 1 Now -- cholaro jeiuivid daring month SI Visitor daring month Tfachii Nl eeting every Friday evening Hoar of holdimr Sunday School U a ji Visitors to the school always welcome I Nominations to ill the vacancy being in Councilman Chinch nominated I Kirkpatrick Councilman Duvall no ninated Icnry 5ale Councilman Livelier nomi uited lawyer Henry Gilli D Kirkpatrick received 5 voles Henrv Saylo received ote lawyer Henry fiillis eceived oie and then D Kirkpatrick wax declined ddy elected The Mayor and Clerk certilhd c Cit daibiialliees quiettH in open Council Lii A 6vis Secy Councilman Uryau moved that a Mnto aeiit of the cits tiuinicen be prepareil IUport of the Episcopal Sanday xdiool ind published under the direction of the Namher of ollicetf leneliersv and puFinance Committee 347 pil- enrolled Feb Adopted H Councilman Hnan pre eated an account llijhe t attendance daring month 75 f 12 from HulIi Iiodmnn City Attorney Lowe t attendance during month Si lor services ia Owens cases in Franklin A verairc attendance during month Ciicuit Court dm inn month Teacher ah ent Councilman Tobin moved that he be 20 Average collection durum month IUIJ 0 allowed Adopted Xew cholar received daring month A Councilman Brum moved that the Street rdaring month tam ommittee be in tructed tu look into tlit Hoar of holding Sundiiv--choo- l ases of Owens and citizens on Holme- Visitors cordial v icceived treet and make such repairs as are John X Hutchison Sec v necessary lloport oi the Methodist Sunday school Councilman Duvall moed that the Xamlier ol oHieer- - teachers and pu Â¬ Mayor mid Cleik be directed to lunethe pil carolled Feb M lVJ Iouiicil chamber lepaired and put in good If Highe t atteiulance iliiring mniith condition pa pei ed painted carpeted Arc Lowest attendance during mouth Ad tpsed Average attendance duriirg month Claims were allowed amounting in the 21 Teacher absent during month iirKvae n about 1000 and then tin le Council adjourned Average collection during month NOW cbonr-i received during month 23 Vi itor durimr month Hour of holding Sandav School 2 i M Vi sitors always welcome u dor 1 -1 onrolioil Kelt lyl 23J dopted J jHjVMjJesyrilJ T 0 Mftt k ff 4 ljrrf nFHRa p Epgpm SmmlMkS iESjKfrjfcpress5i r tiYtMteftgi JJSKSiyA lr 5- -- UiSijSHKlC BSWf8W88 TSf o wt biBMEJi REiiiWk rsr t rw - r s - Jrll iKwt - i im b i lt yMMgift- Vi- - - smmm rrout VIow - i6UPft tj rsr h Jf4 SiAi Ii4 hZMWk8gM rr hJ M B - Lltf jc - n rmmm J3W 7 No JO wf ITTMI j irsk f v m i t Hsnd ii -I- wLtf1 twms No 330 Buck View Vi-ito- RUMTTi FBfDBfil VT Our new Org an expressly designed for Sunday Schools Chapels tote i3 proving- a G5 - I ELE2u3lTi WORKS purchasing- any other THE URGES feb -- Be sure to send SUOCEISS no before ibr full descriptive Catalog OF THE -- Hi U THE GLGi Wisuv WinoiiT Secy 22 20 2 i PETER C SOWER CONFECTIONER ASK Illustrated Oatalog ue scut free dm lieport of the Presbyterian Sunday--cho- o Xumlier of ollicer teacher- - and pu pils enrolled Feb 1st llighe t attendance during month Lowe t atteiulance during mouth A voi age attendance daring month Teachers ab ent during mouth Aveiue collection during month New bolar during month during month i ol opens promptly at 2 i m Vi-ito- 22 18n r- Ai-ito- v- H alwav- - welcome Howi V vrsov Xwv and Tre Vhich thny otfer at rices to suit everbod I have jurit received a lull tock of goods for They keiu iinti but the very boxf and yuaiTne 10 that cannot be Miipascd by any other liouso in jvery article to be juat as represented and r eii A fall line of this city Toys ol eveiy disonption can bo hatl Wkkjiit in every instance for a lucre triile I hinoon hand at nil times STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES is Cakes of even description Mich ai 20 nn IBAKERJ CIIOiCE STBldET Who BEST PL A OK V BERBEEICH Ii FV Gray Gos SSerchant Tailor Frankfort to lmv JKnCEHIlC is nt liavcjnat received 3XAIIV OROCEK1KSI a mammoth ytockof ST CLAIR ST rRAXKI ORT KY i Fall and Winter Suits TO ORDER IN ALL THE -- Council Proceedings HctiiLAit MiiriNo ritAKKTOKT HliACK CAKK IKLN a lii -- CAhKMOXtiK CARE Ciiiiiecitintry SILVER that i JAKE kept in CA IV N 12 13 Cr OODS And in fact everything ii ii il Wooden and Stone Ware X f CotlVe IJmi jsin 15 ftu X7 Pre eat men Mandi 2 1SS0 and eu Tlie Mayor and all the Council where of last meeting read and ap- T 1 Ky I mviiu all to conn Anil everything usually kept in a first clan lor theun elvts before piueha ing else- groceiy Try ur 80 cont Ten and choice brnndi Â¬ J2 h5 J STYLES 2 - fil AND AT Minute n roved 1 lreh Oysters alvvn tf on hand aUV elect Ovatej the best of lame atd and all other thing that the market I bine ten good Milch Cows live of which are the naiucs of ihe streets he painted and allorls Meala at all hours and prices reason nifMji in fiei h which I will sell cheap tor en Mi po ted in cnn picnoiiM places on every street ahl PHEft C SOWER JOHN KIERNAN M tf Uec 120 8m corner and that the houses and lot he numhend was presented and referred to -- AiiTi--not in nioih -o j YAXr POOR TO lVliuon of J Stoildaid lohiton and Opposite Post Office y nun iiardwnru in a mmi raint other- a kinsr for a street cro siriir on Bridge i Snsh Shut ton Mouldings Mintolit - icit nt the in trsii iiiii n Senoin Sain i a jiuipiMi nuv pi i Saintrv pctitioua presented ami annropri- - coinmodation ol the public and Tv 7 i0 i r 1 rl u Lowest Prices Satisfaction giiuranteed Jetilion ol Mtndry citizens akin that1 k lrt ep Fine h r loc n7 Mill entistimth 1 fynlCH COWS FOR SALE - - ept it fim Fih New Hardware Store HALT DROT1IK1LS mios HOUSE a 1 a CO fAOS d n READ tiioii THIS W H AVERILL - i I e I HtiJ between Mllttl Petition of Guv Barren nrdcwi for a paw menl on the north -- ide of tamphell ireet he bv ami Main rtout h Side v - OI III 1HIIJ10A AJOIIJUII JO JSJJI ouoiii itM pint timoiiono w oiun oijt mit 0ib tf0i Frankfort Music and musical Goods BEST AbSORTMEHT IB THE CNIFX linito CHEAPEST Aug - n i0ii 0 d 07 po ii pun io u imp- u LARGEST CITYo posswil iint poiiisrtp behalf of the oji pin jJo iliioiin pun iiui ii iuii poort Ujtjiu oriotix colored citizen- - and asked the Council to witlnlraw it- - objection to the passage of a bill before the Lii lature lookiuji to thei HI St establishing of a high school in this city tort the lieiefil of colored chijdien uopitio Councilumn Bryan moved that the matter of taxes paid into the city ircneury ince isio i y me cojiireu einzeiM ue veierreu u the Kiuance Commtltee with itiHlruction- Iving had inunnbor of yar experience nt to hae theamoiint tran leired to the eredithu hiiine i I offer my services to the citizens of Krnnklin county as an Auctioneer and will tiell ol tin coloied afiliool fund tllH ruot fiusehold goodx or do gen Coiincilinan Brvau from the Finance Committee made it n port mi duo Hnlva raUirmiuotloiiminB Orders left at the Htoro J r claim and moved that taxes tha have cook will receive r nttcntion JharKes i been twice paid be reminded to the per Olib mndurate J J PETERSON in whose name the receipts were givien M tf T H Iord a pi tea red in soioj u oiii o s tilioiM ririiigf ior iiiiim violin iiiiuueeiio tiiuiar HanjoiVc A full lino of Iictrtictiou Tlooka- way s on hand Otduri lor Pin et iuuMe MiPfituli M uie publiMii anywhere promptly ohtaineil ait Iublishorh 1riccs y- Mram irii CHUHBT f TIA1 IN TOWN IltO k f0 UOJ uq JOAO New Music reeoived month J wh0 oqx80 A Splendid Offer 80 I ALL KINDS OF COAL -- ATTCTSOSrKKBIITa Ihe tranicrort THE LOUISVILLE 1 nounaaoout FOB CAR T T X Jtr X foiniuy Jtls lilH Vi 1 1 e 1 a 1 1 h e vc ry I o w c m 1 Ii gu re t sl IEKLI COOUhlOUUL I vt 2ft Two mpora for little moii One your fur than tho priuo of one Sond us iJ Lft and re Â¬ ceive your homo paper with tho Courier Joiirtnil tiie bust brightest and ublcdt family wookly in tho country Ihir ALLISON SI in t SMITH Cincinnati Ohio k JOHNSON The Type on w lileh lids puner the ubm o rouiulr- y- rn b iirlnkul ii rrom