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The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers UNVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY SEPTEMBER PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume hi n i88c Number 51 7 1 g We suggested to Johnston Todd that the Mrs Frnnklin now hns twenty four pupils French Tipton of the Richmond Register Journal is an artist of considerable ability He has artist for McClure Bros Fireside enrolled in her school N I MnANlEL haddone him injustice in the illustration on a very fine drawing of Gen Winfield S JAS 0 B1MWNER If you want a good fitting suit nicely the first page of that paper when he in Hancock in his ofiice and is at work on a BRAWNER As McDANIEL made and ntlow figure goto V Berbericb formed us that he had written to the artist picture of the General which when com Dr C W Mollett the gentleman to about the matter threatening him with a pleted will be used in the present presidential For nny and all kinds of Driok Work Brick for The canvas on which the like tsnle at the lowest market price Orders left at whom Dr T L Taylor pold out for some lawsuit for damages and was informed by campaign W 1 Chinns coal scales will receive prompt at reason has failed to take charge of his that worthy gentleman that the picture was ness is being drawn is oh by 7 feet The tontion purchase and Dr Taylor still holds the intended as a representation of Will Hud head will be verv large onlv the head and son Hudson is on his ear about it and point of the shoulders showing Printers S D fort will make it hot for that artist when he ink is the material used in painting the The City Council ordered that the city visits Frankfort picture tax book remain in the hands of the City Office and Residence Mansion House Block St Mr Jos Jacoby has returned from New Clair Street month longer Anotherchance York with his goods and is only waiting to Treasurer a Bridgeport FRANKFORT KYi 3 for the slow ones to pay up before ten per get ready the store room he has rented when Apr2G ly Mrs Mary Gaines is very ill cent is added 5 he will open a first class millinery estab Â¬ Prof Shinns school commenced last Rev Win Irvine of Mulberry Church lishment in the Odd Fellows Temple Hav- - Monday will preach twice to morrow at the rooms of ing nan consiueranie experience in tins line Having had a number of years experience nt Mrs Ectum of Cincinnati is visiting he business I offer my services to tho citizens of the High School on South Side Services of business he will keep constantly on hand relatves in this vicinity Franklin county us an Auctioneer and will sell will begin at 11 oclock a m and at 7 just such goods as will please the ladies in Born On the 5th inst to the wife of stock on tho street household goods or do gen this community and has employed two erul farm auctioneering Orders left at tho stoio oclock p m Oscar Roberts a daughter first class milliners from a New York house of Mr V Berberich or tho stable of Dan Han- Â¬ Charges Our esteemed friend Prof Alex Julian cock will receivo prompt attention A petition was presented to the Council who are well versed in the art of beautify J J PETERSON is teaching n flourishing school at Hardins moderate Tuesday night for more fire cisterns in ing female apparel and his customers 39 tf ville Why cant South Frankfort have cannot fail to be pleased The ladies should Craw H AVERILL That side of the city is as not be in a hurry to purchase their fall Born On the 4th inst to the wife of a few also Leu Blythe a boy 10 pounds Len is Opposite Post Office Frankfort Ky liable to to burn up as the lower part hats and bonnets but should waituntil Mr happy dacobys stock is opened for their inspecMusic Musical Goods Miss Cora Wiggs of Ilardinsville has Dr C B Snedaker formerly of this city tion been visiting Misses Kate and Sue Jenkins o was killed at Salt Lake City Utah Wednes LARGEST 61 BEST ASSOBTMENT IN THE CITY Nothing is more demoralizing to a man this week day bv a man named Smith He shot Strings The man Mr Till Allen of Bourbon county who Banjo to for Piano Violin Violoncello Guitar Â¬ Smith first who in turn shot and killed him than to lose faith in his fellows A full line of has been visiting relatives near this place ways on hand Orders for Instruction Books al Sheet music solicited instantly Suflth has since died of his of faith and honor is not apt to be suspi basreturned home Music published anywhere promptly obtained at cious of others and does not willingly wounds Music received mouth- ruoiisners Prices 1 Mr C H Menies of Harmony Owen ly believe evil The lover of scundal and the It is suggested by Col W H Murray believer in it are alike deficient in honor county who has been visiting his mother that if the artist that decorated the bridge and morality and are the bane of well has returned home BOARDERS WANTED If it takes the Weekly Yeoman three so beautifully with white wash would now organized society If all the gGssips could paint the iron rods that it wonldadd con be quietly sent off to some barren desert days to come to subscribers at this place A gentleman and wife or two single gentle- Â¬ how siderably to the appearance of that tree in between two days honest well meaning York long would it take it to go to New men can bo accommodated with a nice iront room unfurnished and excellent board at a stitution people would wake up some bright morning VERY REASONABLE A very serious accident happened to Mr PRICE -to breathe a healthier atmosphere There John Jenkins Wednesday He had been Also fivo or six table boarders will be taken Frank Mayos Combination will appear MRS G W 0WE2C after a load of shingles and very low Apply to at Major Opera House Tuesday night in is death and misery in the highways and by to Frankfort with them and attempting to Aua 21 lt Next door to Weitzel Hotel had returned Mr ways and in the home from the poisoned drive under a shed was caught between the the thrilling drama of Davy Crockett J O 11ATCII1TT L ZIKGLKR Frank A Tannehill takes the leading tongues of the gossips Teadh the children sill and wagon and badly mashed up It HATCH ITT character and is well supported by a good that gossiping is dishonorable and that is feared he will not recover Z1EGLER faith in the honor and virtue of mankind The sale of re erved seats be company While Mr Harry Collins was lving IROIMURTORS gan at Drydens Post Office News Depot will build up society and add to the sum down with his head out of the door some of human happiness TV MW s P 11 mm mr id unknown scoundrel came up and struck flmfll tliis morning Co and get your seat before uiii liiiiiuiii unii unmitu uiiUM mm with a piece of on the The City Council Tuesday night refused knocking him senselessiron a while forehead nil the choice ones are taken for It being Doors Windows Shutters to rent Messrs Fleming Dustin a dark at the time the would be assassin made Attention Foresters portion of the market house to be used as good his escape From last accounts Mr UrilS SHINGLES FLDQHING CEILING Bug a boiler factory and some one present re Collins was doing well AllthememberofCourt Fleetwood No 20 Weather boarding Pickets itc 1 0 F are requesicd to meet at their Hall marked that the Capital City Machine Whites School House on Wednesday September the 15th 18N0 Works which is situated in that building Viators invitodfto oxamino the mills and tock Business of importance requires a full meet was a nuisance It is a great pity that the Miss Lee Hawkins of Lawrenceburtr has city of Frankfort has not a number of been visiting friends in this neighborhood on Lecstown piko Aug 21 Um ing and we would most respectfully urge every member to attend for once Dont such enterprising citizens as Messrs Fergu Mr Wm Quin our enterprising black Â¬ son it Meek to establish several nuisances forget it smith is enlarging his shop and will erect of the same kind in our midst Ierhaps another forge and will hereafter employ THOMAS J HUTCHISON the town would then have some life another smith Success Billy C It in it City The Capital Machine Miss Ella Newbold one of the most be Mr W E Wilson and Miss Susie Wash Works is by no means a nuisance Willsollattho vory lowest figures It is witching young ladies in our community were married at the Christian Church in one of the growing institutions of the will leave in a few days for Philadelphia Alton Thursday came to this city the same town and supplies a want long felt by the to attend school near that place afternoon and took the train for a bridal manufacturers of this vicinity What Every Saturday night the negroes have trip to Cincinnati and other points North matters it if the workmen do make a a festival somewhere in the neighborhood The happy bridegroom is connected with racket with their hammers they are which is continued until daylight Sunday thchouseof RK McClure Bro in Alton not near so noisy as the cars that are morning and when they break up they HtH Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio and is aa clever a fellow aB lives and hav- Â¬ always puffing and rattling up ami down make the morning hideous by shooting and shouting Such doings are a disgrace to a ALLISON SMITH JOHNSON ing secured a beautiful bride we wish him the street Give us more nuisances of the civilized community and should be stopped TI10 Type on which this puier la rnud Is from all the joy imaginable ItElOUTER tame sort the ubovc Koundry Â¬ B TRIG K COWTBACTORS Â¬ F SMITH M Physician and Surgeon ATTCTIOETEEBJITGJ W Â¬ and Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ w j chimT ALL KINDS OF COAL Â¬ JFOJR TYPE Ed twffe CASH IUVXlilIr W5J1 tyy mJpJVl jlJWijiijPi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IB iii day of the charge of shooting Joe Ware Entorcd attho post office at Frankfort Kentucky colored with intent to kill but was held m second class mnilahlo matter under the charge of carrying concealed UKO A LEWIS a deadly weapon GfAUDH MJOKiEY He will be tried next LEWIS BUCKLEY Saturday noon fc M tnL 1 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Clem p ONan was acquitted last Satur Mrs Maria Rodmnn of LaGrangc i visiting her sisters Mrs 0 T Bichardson and Mrs Jos L Bohannan in this city 0 flora bis professional services to tho citizens of Office in Capital Hotel Frankfort and vicinity Misses Carrie and Eliza Barr of Louis- building noxt door to Western Union Telegraph ville Who lmve been spending the summer cflioo Residence room K9 Capital Hotel Aug 21 tf in this city returned home Monday after- DR EDGAR E HUME s Â¬ m Â¬ Editors and vLtolis3aers 11 FHANKFOliT SEPTEMBER 1880 first pnge with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before you receive another paper - If your Bouxdauout is marked on tlie - Preaching at all the churches to morrow The McCreary Guards this afternoon at 4 oclock at the armory will be paid ofl Hon W W Culbertfon of Ashland and Miss Lucy Hurdle of Belle Point were married at the residence of Mr G A Bobertson in Belle Point Tuesday morning at 8 oclock by Bev Father L Young in the presence of a few friends and relaThe happy pair left on the 907 tives for their future home in Ashland via train Â¬ Â¬ Mips A M Bevnolds of Alpine Ala who lias been visiting friends in this city for several weeks returned home Tuepday HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Lexington and Cincinnati hungry looking individual dropped in Griffin Bros last Monday and inquired at for some cheese and Bologna sausage He was directed to Dr Halls drug store and wns there directed to Logan McKees dry goods store and was sent from there to Mc- Clure Bros shoe store when Sam Bull kindly showed him into Day HafTs grocery store where his hunger was appeased A A desirable rosidenco on Logan street near Third South Frankfort Is offered for sale morning TJ10S RODMAN JR Apply to Mr Geo S Markham representative of Aug 23 ltn tnc ucntral Law Journal St Louis lina been in the citv this week visiting his sister Mrs Dr Miller A good farm of 130 acres located on Steolos Mr Pope Hawkins of Greenville Miss Branch seven miles from Frankfort For fur- Â¬ who has been visiting relntives in this ther information apply to W T GAINES one county for some time returned homq mile and a half from Frankfort on the Owen Farm For Sale or Rent ton v Ml The second story of Odd Fellows Temple will be occupied by the Roundabout office the first of October 18S0 A series of prayer meetings have been ihursday morning Little Walker Stephens who has been turnpike Auj 28 lm held at the Baptist Church this weelc pre li miliary to a protracted meeting Â¬ 4 a ItTMcvilln nearMtlie RftHft annn tr linvn n nublic nark r centrni portion oi me uuy a Personal Miss Lizzie Powell has returned home Mr W E Day of Chicago has been in the city this week MissStites Duvall is visiting Miss Fannie Crittenden in Louisville Dr John A Lewis of Georetown was in the city the first of the week Mrs John W Payne has been visiting friends in the county this week Miss Belle Hensley left Monday morning for a visit to friends in Louisville Misses Lizzie Buckley and Sallie Powell have returned from a visit to Boston Mr Saint C J Pnge of Scott county was in the city the first of the week Miss Annie Bull returned from a visit to relatives in Scott county Monday morn Messrs Nauz As Neuner have the contract for laying it off and ornamenting it Mrs Fannie Gordon lost a jet bracelet rimmed with gold last Sunday between her home in South Frankfort and the EpiscoThe finder will befcuitably pal Church rewarded by leaving it at this office V Â¬ McEwan have Messrs Whitesides treated themselves to a handsome new It was made entirely at furniture wagon Bro the wagon shops of W B Watson this city and is a credit to the makers The compositors at the Gazette office have a terrible time with Squire Gwins It has been spelled Giiynn ing mime Sealc Miss Nannie Dawson returned Gwyn and Crone Gwynn Saturday down to one way or the other boys and afternoon from a visit to relatives in Hart county stick to it Miss Sallie Coddington of Cincinnati five dollars has i in the city the guest of Mrs Nelson A special premium of Ileffner been offered by Col J W Hunt Reynold lion John G Carlisle and wife of New to the successful contestant in a suck race port have been visiting friends in this city to come off at the fair ground during the this week f tir The distance is to be one hundred Mr C M Abbett and wife of Newport yards and there must be five starters or no paid a short visit to his parents in Belle V t race Point tins week suffering intensely with the hand he got caught in a cutting box a few weeks since is improving slowly Mr II B Cammack who has been stenmboatingon the Ohio river from Cincin nati to Louisville for some time past is at home again taking a rest Mr Jason Casesr who has hecn visit ing his children in this city for a couple of months returned to Ins home in Circleville Ohio Wednesday morning Capt G M Woods who has been visit- Â¬ ing his family in this city for several months left for New Orleansto take charge of his boat Tuesday afternoon Mrs A II MeClure who has heen visit ini her daughter Mrs Walter Kelly in Hopkinsville for the past three months returned home Tuesday morning Miss Bettie Macklin who has been in Louisville under the care of a physician for some time is so much better that she returned home Wednesday afternoon Mr John Luokett who has been visiting his mother in this city for several weeks left for New Orleans Thursday afternoon to rejoin the boat on which he is running Bev J W Pugh was absent from the city during the month of August in which time he increased thirteen pounds in weight Sulphur and chalybeate waters and plenty of rest Mr Jiminie Crockett who lias been em4 ployed In the Farmers Bank the past two or three months returned to his home in Versailles Monday afjernoou for the pur Â¬ DUDLEY INSTITUTE MALE AND FEMALE Tho Fifth Srssion of this school will cotn Terms per session tnenco on September 0 1880 Primary Department 18 j of twenty weeks 25 Collegiate De Â¬ Intermediate Department partment Aug 21 35 lm For further particulars apply to T ill J U It NEK Frankfort Ky FALL ACADEMY South Frankfort Ky FOR YOUNG LADIES GIRLS f BOYS UNDER 1Z Years of Age Tho locality is pleasant and healthful Tho session of 18S0 S1 will begin on tho First Monday in September 1880 and continuo Forty Weeks Tuition in English Course Board and Washing Extra at usual rates For other information address MRS A L FRANKLIN 20 140 3 i 4 July 31 -- tf Principal T W m ecleti A M W ITAIRE Principal D0DD E PLUMLEY Successor to Dk J A THOROUGH SCHOOL foii CHILDREN YOUNG pose oi anending school PEOPLE DP BOTH SEXES m ji Mrs J W Hunt Reynold and daughter Mr J L Sage the old reliable plumber left yesterday morning for North Carolina of this city has taken into partnership to visit her father with him Mr Sam Shea a young man of Mr Jas M Todd jr left for Danville well known energy industry and reliability Monday afternoon where he will attend and persons needing work in their Hue can college the coming year Miss Annie Kersey who has been spend rest assured that any order tliey mav give Messrs Sage As Shea will be promptly at ing the summer with relatives in Owen county returned Saturday tended to Success to the new firm Mr 0 M Reynolds and wife left for Chicago Monday afternoon to visit friends 1 MARRIED Monday morning about oclock a little They will return this afternoon son of Mr Moses liar rod of Kansas At tho residonoo of the brides Mr Jos L Rodman ami wife and Miss flloro Esq In South Frankfort father Jaok on tho 9th is visiting with his pnrents at Mrs who Susie Hodman left for a visit to New York Inst by Hov Thos J Stovenson Mr John Duvalls about seven miles from this city Ihursday afternoon via Niagara II WmrKiiCAD and Miss Fannie Glohe 1 down on Kentucky river received a kick Mr Paph Julian will return to Lexinir- BORN in the forehead from a horse which fract- Â¬ ton next Monday to resume his studies in ured the skull and drove it in against the the theological college at that place In this ciiy on Thursday Sent Oth to tlir wife of A G Alstrom a daughter Winnik A messenger wns at once sent to brain Miss Maggie Bosworth of Mt Sterling iiancugk weignt 14 pounds this city for medicil assistance and that is expected in this citv next Monday She In this county on tho 5th Inst to tho wife of afternoon the skull was trephined and a will be the guest of Miss Bourne Sanders Austin Robinson a son Jkitha Weight 11 piece of the frontal bone two inches long Capt H C Bodenhaugh U S Ganger pound by one inch wide was taken out since who has been on tlutv in this oily for Home which time the little fellow has been doing time has been transferred to his home at Nirholasville on of remarkably well and it is hoped will soon his mother Mr Jaccount ol the illnesswill In this elty on Thursday mornlnir Sentombnr II Cline of Paris 2d 1HI0 Sirs E F Kkiuuiaw of consumption e alyout again take his place after a lingering Ninons of tou months Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Mifcses Emma Belle and Julia Abbett of Newoort who have been spending the cummer wim ineir grant patents new w McD Abbett and wife in Belle Point re turned home Wednesday morning Uev Dr C Lewis and daughter Miss Mary who have been spending the summer at White Sulphur Springs West Virginia are visiting relatives in Richmond Virginia and will return home in a few days Cadet Midshipman Hugh Rodman who lias heen visiting relatives m this citv for some time left Thursday afternoon for West Point New York where he will await orders expecting to go to sea in a short time Nineteenth Semi Anniial Session Renins September 6th 1S80 N D It is the aim of this school to provide the means for a Classical and Higher English Training covering a scries of years and with this object tho school will bo rc olas8ified at tho beginning of tho next sesMon and oaoh pupil will be as Â¬ signed to n plaoo in the course A course of study will bo planned for grad Â¬ uates of tho City School This course will re- Â¬ quire three years and its jompletlon will entitle tho student to n diploma A class in Chemistry with Laboratory Practice will be organized and taught bv an expcrioncil teacher This class will bi open to those who are not members of the school Apparatus for leaching Astronomy and Physics and a reference library will be provided VOCAL MUSIC AND PAINTING Classes in Vuoil Music Painting and Draw- Â¬ ing will be organised during tho month of Sep tember by Mrs Plumley A class In China Painting will also bo formed Tin above school will clumiro its location to tho J EWE IT PROPERTY opposito tho City School DIED A ZEe w Boarcai33gr W E 3Fviplls For will bo rccolvod into tho Principals family terms and particulars upply to JWORUTOIIER PLUMLEY or Frankfort t Kj Y j PS r tj trvi jvfc I I 1 I world renowtel genuine LOBKODT and lion W C Callendera PORUO PARK DAIRY Owens will addrens the people of this oily Georgia Minstrels will appear at Major nt the court liottae next Thursday night Opera House next Monday night Tills Fresh Milk from grass fed cows delivered in FllANKPOUT SBPTKMDBll 11 1880 16th iiint troupe is too well known to need words of nny part of the city at populnr prices commendation Just go and see them and LARGEST ClBCULATtQN III CITY UNO COUNTY The Kirvxirie Journal lor the fall and you will be convinced that they are the winter of laU jtildished Ity K K MeClttre best colored troupe on the road Reserved Uro is out It cotittiiii8 some spicy rend seats are for sale at Drydens News Depot TO TEAVBLBRS 144 Wixt Market St bet Fourth ami Fifth ing and smne rare and racy illustrations On and after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L Call JKV As alcohol tobacco opium Indian LOU1S5V1LLK at Modules and jri t one 0 fc L 11 R will lcavoFniakfort daily Sundays May 15 tf hemp chloroform hashish absinthe Ao Qxooptod as follows Mr Pies T Hidhdule hats sold hisinterest prevents the good effects of Fellows Hy TlUtNS WEST in the tuorgetuwn Every Saturday to his pophosphites so Follows Ilypopbosphites 815 a tn No 4 Leave Frankfort 250 u tn partner Mr t It West and Uiit purchased is an antidote against all these narcotics No 12 Leave Frankfort Mr Wrstri interest in the Every Saturday and sedatives and will restore to health TRAINS HAST such as have been injured by them 904 n m job printing ollice No 9 Loivo Frankfort Success to them both tn 540 p I will deliver pure Nortcrn Lake lee nt mv No 11 Lonvo Frankfort rosidence or in any part of the pity as cheap Tho 250 P M train will raako close connecLOCAL NOTICES Visitors to the penitentiary were charged as the cheapest tion as formerly for Cincinnati MayL2 tf P 11RYAN Ancnt E an admission lee of fifteen cents for a lew PHlLIP H JOIN days after the labor on the inside of the city opened with walls was leased by Messrs Jones A Co All the schools in this at McCLURE BROS but it was soon found that it would not good attendance Monday morning a The civil court of G W Gwin com- Â¬ tf do and the charge has been removed mences on the 27th day of September LS80 OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices bvHAND Nearly three hundred Cincinnati En for sale Come and how low I The reason the colored people are not strap slippers seeNewport ties am selling G B MACKLIN quirers were sold in this city last Saturday light sole charged as much as the whiles for admission shoes drv goods notions c at Rev Ben Deering has Wen conducting to the fairgrounds ot the Kentucky IndusHANCOCK LOGAN McKEES St Clair street nvs A ROOD a Kcries of meetings in Belle Point this trial Association is evidently attributable A Circulating Library for sale nt a bar- Â¬ week Will sell whole library or separate to the fact that the accommodations for gain volumes and will offer our books for rent Well located nnd is colored people are quite indifferent pripand to Mrs J L Uodmau cut four hundred and until sold Catalogue and price furnihsed on Break Horses in n satisfactory mannerHoard r Terms garden lust Satur forty tube roses from her Meagher low jul 10 tf Mr Richard Tobin broke ground Wed application to Marshall day morning Special bargains in Languedoc lace at nesday for the foundation of a neat frame JSEVV PLANING MILL Gritlin Bros removed to his cottage which he will put up on the lot Lieut C C Todd has adjoining Lieut C C Todds residence at new residence on Ewtng street South M The Worlds Greatest instruments the head of CroaS street South Frankfort Frankfort Having recently added to his Establishment a The cottage will be on the order ot Lieut Chickering Pianos Gabler Pianos Kurtzman Pianos Ma- Â¬ son Hamlin Organs Smiths American Organs First Class Planing Mill Make preparations to attend the fair every Todds Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of It ought to and will be a dav this fall UP ID The examining trial of J as Fleming for grand succefcs 105 Fourth solo all cutting Ben Taylor with intent to kill of the aboveAvenuo Louisville for 20 agent for am Suh Doors Blinds Mslding which in selling yoars I his entire took place before Mr F V Gray closed out Esquires G W Gwin and convinced ire tho very liest made Everything ALSO fck of groceries at auction last Monday Pat McDonald Wednesday and resulted pertaining to music to he found hero Scroll Work Stair Work and has retired from the business Turning in Fleming being held over to the circuit otten out in tho Best Style Next Wednesday is the Jewish Atonement court ami his bail fixed at 201 tailing Denier in all Kinds of May 15 tf to give which he was placed in jail day and the stores of our Jewish citizens Lumber Flooring Weather Boarding will again lie closed on that daw The work shops at the penitentiary are Laths Shingles c c being considerably improved Floors have Dont forget that the Frankfort fair comFRANKFORT K been laid in them new machinery has been OtBco and Saw Mills near Railroad Bridge mences on Tuesday September 21st and MRS MARY T RUNYAN Principal put in and experienced workmen from Cin IT R A that the price of admission is only thirty JP O Y The Thirty Second Annual Session will comcjnnati have been employed to superintend Jan 31 ly five cents mence on Monday September 0 1880 m Term each shop and Messrs Jones tfc Co ivill as uual pavcblc in advance or monthly The cost of putting new transparent dials work the prison force to better advantage For circulars address tho Principal Aug 7 it in the city clock would be comparatively than has ever been done before small and the improvement very great The little steamer Dora that has been Will the City Fathers try it KENTUCKY CENTRAL E R undergoing repairs and having her machinery TO A large number of persons have taken thoroughly overhauled at the Capital City advantage of the reduction of rates on ac- Machine Works in this city is afloat once count of the Expositions to visit Cincinnati more and will make regular trips from WILL BUY YOU 8SK OF AND ALL lOIJTS IN TUB this city to Tyrone Anderson county and Louisville this week Sne takes no passengers however but is used NORTH EAST AND WEST SHIFTS 1HI TIKIS Mr John T Stout has recently shipped only as a freight boat for the exclusive I B SEELEY WARRANTED Genuine Stamped the finest car load of mules to Savanah convenience of Mr Hippy the owner Georgia ever sent from these parts They MILT 3 were sixteen hands high and cost him 150 There is a movement on foot looking to the widening of Bridge street from the per head bridge to Mr II R Williams property on Leave Lexington at 720 a m ii jo p m 3o p m Arrive at Cincinnati 1130 630 550 It is almost impossible to tell the exact the corner of Bridge and Second streets time of day by the city clock on account ol Gen Lindsey submitted a proposition to Elegant Cars tin indistinctness of the liMires Let us the Council Tuesday with FnstTimo regard to the Trade Mark Eeglstered No Dust Smooth Track have new dials or have the old ones put in matter which was referred to a committee iiood order We hope it will be accepted and the work 95 MILES THE SHORTEST AND Mr II G Mattern has removed his completed before cold weather photograph gallery to his new quarters over LO Hours the Quickest Route Mo 8 Ho 4 K09A H03C0BCV Ma I The rain kept a great many farmers at Crutcher it Starks clothing house where TO ALL IOlVTS IJJ he is ready to welcome his friends who de home on County Court day and there were comparatively few people in town There sire pictures LIGHT COdL CLEAN was very little stock on die market and not Leaving Lexington at 440 p in WILL NOT BREAK Oil BUST The low temperature of the past week much demand for even that little A few one caused the fires to be rekindled on tlib second hand buggies were sold at low For rates tickets and full information as to Kvoryby sent out warranted The a e in routes write to or address Stephen T Swift dnrsed Drs dross and Agnuw of Pin nil hearthstones coal bins to be examined and figures Some real estate was ottered for agent lhtenix Hotel Lexington hia They aro the host Come and dee tueuj JAMES 0 EUNST For salo by 0 choree to ahow cloaks shawls and ofercdatB to make sale hut the prices bid were so low that it GEORGE OOLEMAN Gen Pass Agt JOS LkCUMPTE their appearance was withdrawn JLrav Pass Agt South Frankfort j WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Judge W II Snecil Â¬ Photographic Studio Â¬ Cigarette Hat Society COAL BA COAL si Livery Stable 4 Â¬ J WAKEFIELD PATJLDS ban J M WAKEFIELD Â¬ mm mm mmi K R T K Â¬ trusses CINCINNATI 300 Mil TAKE THE BLUE GRASS ROUTE fB 1 MIS Â¬ VTEGINIA Mad in Every Form Tv1MWMHMHMMaBaHanMaWHBM jufjUV WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Sunday School Reports Ileiiort of the Christian Hiinday richool Number of oHiecrs teachers and pu 208 pils enrolled Sept Kst 140 Highest attendance during month 132 Lowest attendance during month 138 Average attendance during month 21 Teachers absent during month 2 38 Average collection during month 0 New scholars received during month 52 Visitors during month Teachers Meeting every Friday evening Hour of holding Sunday School U a m Visitors to the school always welcome Clakunci Eohkrt Secy Report of the Episcopal Sunday school Numlter of ollicers teachers and pu183 pils enrolled Sept 1st 108 Highest attendance during month 05 Lowest attendance during month 83 Average attendance during month 12 Teachers ah ent durimr month 2 05 Average collection during month 1 New scholars received during month 2 Visitors during month Hour of holding Sunday school 91 am Visitors cordially received Â¬ Â¬ the 5th Sunday in October The public is invited to attend Miss Linda Yarber of Harmony was thrown Irom her horse while returning from church from this place one night last week and received a painful wound in her forehead GREAT CLEARANCE SALBfcjj OF The series of meetings conducted by Elders J Stafford of Georgetown Copage of Owen county and Rev Hiram Ford of Scott county at the Christian Church near this place closed on the 29th nil The meeting with over thirty additions will long be remembered as one from which much good resulted On Sunday the last day there were between three and four hundred persons present A bountiful dinner was spread by the good sisters and J 2C H others Clothing Clothing Clothing and Childrens Clothing at I will offer my entire stock of Mens Boys Â¬ STRICTLY COST PRICES FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS Joiix N Hutchison Secy 1 - visiting relatives here Mrs Frances Blakemore has been quite ill but is now convalescent Miss Agnes Ricketts of Harrodsburg is the guest of Miss Emma Wilson Cor Main St Clair Streets Frankfort Ky Elder Alfred Reynolds preached two N B Special attention called to my stock of BOYS SUITS suitable very able discourses at the Christian Church Sunday for confirmation Wksiky Wright Secy Miss Sue Hemdon who has been visiting Miss Carrie Gaines has returned to her Elmvillo home in Louisville There are a number of cases of measle Miss Emma English who has been the in this neighborhood giu et of Mis Geo Blakemore for several Harmony are both to have weeks has returned lo her home in Louis Elmville and ville new churches this fall THE ILLUSTRATED Mr M G Ehrlich who has been Visit Â¬ in favor of a Our people are heartilv Mini ing Mr J T- Stout has returned to his tobacco warehouse in Frankfort Catalogues He left many home in Valdosta Georgia There are several cases of scarlet fever warm friends here who regret his dcar near Miiiorville Scott county Daisy ure exceedingly SENT FREE Manufactory is Report of the Methodist Sunday school Number of ollicers teachers and pu- 10b nils enrolled Sent 1st 73 Highest attendance luring month 66 during month Lowest attendance 68 Average attendance during month 19 Teachers absent during month 0 80 Average collection during month 2 New scholars received during month 2S Visitors during month Hour of holding Sunday School 2 p m Visitors always welcome Mens Skeleton Suits 3 7 Blue Flannel Suits 6 50 i Good Light colored Cassimerc Suits 7 00 Alton Boys Blue Flannel Suits f 5 00 The long expected wedding lakes place Odd Pants from 75 cents to 5 00 next Thursday Mens Office Coats 35 Miss Minnie Roberts is visiting friends Boys Coats 25 in Scott county Boys Mohair Coats 50 Mr W T Wilson is having a handsome Boys Black Luster Coats 75 residence erected Fine Chevoit Suits from 3 toSs less than former prices Lanre Stock Mr Ev Warren has gone to Louisville Summer Underwear in India Gause Nainsook and Balbriggan at prices to engage in business lower than other houses buy them Straw Hats Wool Hats Fur Hats Mr Chns Headly of Jes amine county below cost at DEFERRED MATTER SOL HARRIS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE and 4b K GO- t Extensive or - mmm Yfn Miss Ella ing Mibs Lizie Foul Parker near this place Mr N G Ellis sold a horse to David Moreland of Owen county four-year-o- ld Shut of Peaks Mill it visit Â¬ Bridgeport Business is brisk A great many persons went to the show Wedneodny 4 REED ORGANS IN T1IE for 100 p h 7 rehaudling their tobacco at the warehouse Mies Anna Sheets has returned from in this place her visit to Woodford county Miss Lucy Gayle of Minorsville has Ben Exuin Esq who has been ill foi been spending several days with friends in some time is now convalescent and near this place J W Jackson E q and son William Near this place on the 2d inst Married have returned fiom their visit to lukn bv Rev Hiriin Ford Mr Ben Baldwin Illinois and Misn Sis Tombliu Misses Dora Huffman and Maggie Den Miss Bettie Wigginton is spending scveril sou of Frank Ion were viiting at Mr Jerry week in Scott county with the family of Longs Mondav her uncle Mr J M Wigginton Mr Tilman Allen of Bourbon county Mr J B Wigginton and family will was visiting his lather-iu-laMr Win start tor Missouri in a tew weeks where Armstrong this week they will make their future home a ten EJder Messrs McCord Sinclair have em Â¬ able and Thos N Arnold delivered Sunday interesting discourse last ployed Tnlhertft Davis of Monterey as morning at the Christian Church clerk in their store until January 18Si Mrs Patsy Menzies has rented the late MisB Emma Belle Hardy will return to residence of her brother Mr A C Taylor her home in Windfall City hid in a few days She leaves many friends behind her deceased of J H Sliinn Esq adminis nator for one year will sad hearts The citizens of this communinty are Miss Annie Ofiutt will rein n to her determined lo enforce the provoke law home in Georgetown in a few nays She lias been spending several weeko with Mrs There have been two more cases einco our lust report in which both parties confessed ucueccu uiuuie judgment and paid their fines There is A ministers meeting will be held at this still another case set for to day place begiuning the Thursday night before Buo Miss Ida Sullivan of Peaks Mill is Mrs J Long has been quite sick but is visiting Misses Alice and Bettie Wigginton recovering slowly of this place Miss Anna Hamiltonof Pleat ureville is Messrs Thonns Leech have finished visiting Mha Mat tie Long World IN POWER Combined with Purity of Tone Durability Finish M iM IMF HIMilll ailMTiii u fcTOMKHI THESE P3SlMBiHiyMK5i ires KH W iVwJi v mEWlB fORGANS ARE UNUVALED fb BRATTLEBORO VT 21 Oui BOOK AJND JOB PRINTINGS TO THE ROUNDABOUT OFFICE jt 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