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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 21 February 1880

Volume hi Messrs Day fe Half are selling an extra choice article of hemp Heed Farmers in Deed of peed will do well to call and exam ine it before purchasing We regret to lie obliged to announce the death of the estimable wife of Rev J W Pugh which took place in this city at 10 oclock last night She has been a patient sifTerer for many months and met the grim monster with a calm resig nation be- coming a true Christian woman The Childrens Fancy Dress Hop At an early hour last evening the little folks begun to put in an appearance at the Capital Hotel ball room dressed in all the fancy costumes imaginable representing a great variety of characters The costumes were gotten up with much taste and speak Well for the patience and perseverance ofi the makers of them In such a large as scinbluge it is of course impossible to mention every one present yet we have en deavored to slight none If the names of any who were present last night have been omitted in the list below it is unintentional...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 21 February 1880

I v ii W A jfeil 3 amw WEEKLY BOUNDABOIT OfiAUDK HUOKLtiY BUCKLEY LEWIS j2ditcr3 smcL Me cause would he n still better tiling It would he placing the where it belonjrs It would directlv implv that not be educated on money thai i the price tf i vice mid irent it accordingly Other States tlinn Kentucky north unci east have long oho a iiKWifi iheen acting in recognition of this fact and 3ublialaer FRANKFORT FKMRUAHY 21 18S0 A Motion to Amend The leave obtained by the member from Jessamine lr J C Welch to in- trodnce a bill levying a tax of one cent on evprv gallon of vhikv nianufactnred in the State for the benefit of Common Schools is a move in the right direction It is more than mere poetic justice to require the tratlie in whisky to rentier some faint equivalent or compensation for the amount of evil it accomplishes It is but fair and right that the business most of all destructive of the material and moral interests of the people should be made to pay back in some way at least a tr...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 21 February 1880

W BE KLY ROUNDABOUT F HANK FORT FFMUJAllY 21 ISflO The price of liecf lms advanced from 10 to 12 cents in tins market Tin vctinn soldiers of the Mexican war will moot at tin court house in this city next Monday at 11 oclock a m Mr Pat Newman having had grocery broken into several times has had of the money and a portion of he clothing ijhe slob was recovered An address will be delivered before the Franklin County llible Society at the Pres byterian Cuurch to morrow night at half after seven oclock by Prof J K Patlt rsou President of the Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical College There will he no services at the other churches Mrs Fatinv was talking a window The high wind of Tuesday blow down a cedar tree in the yard of Ollicer lack Long upon the roof of his house hut little dam age was done however As a spring wagon containing Mr ami Mrs Brewer formerly of Virginia was turning the c rncr f Todd and Shelhy streets South Frankfort last Monday the chair in which Mrs Brewer was sittin...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 21 February 1880

I L I S Ps V r -6 U MtftiiillftWffl WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Kev Frank Hodgcp is lying dangerously ill nt liis residence in this county with no hopes of recovery Captain Fitzhtigh is engaged in the prep aration of the plans and specifications foi the improvement of the Kentucky river Finnkfort Commandery No 4 will mei next Tuesday evening nt 7 oclock at thei asylum in Odd Fellows Temple for worl in the K T degree A full attendance of Sir Knights is desired Scarlet fever of a malignant type hat broken out in the lower end of this city A little child of Mr CImIhom sawyer nt J M Wakefields mill died with it Thursday afternoon and six other children in the neighborhood have been very ill of the disease but are improving We are under obligations o our friour B F Meek jr for an invitation to attend the two hundredth anniversary of the dis covery of the Falls of Saint Anthony which takes place on the 3d of duly 8S0 on the University Campus Minneapolis Minnesota Frankfort girls who visit a fortune...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 28 February 1880

win Hni ff BUCKLEY Si LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Mr Tlina J Krnzier who will ho re membered hy moat of our citizens as Rcn istcr of the Land Office from I8VU0 1803 having hcen elected upon the same ticket with Gov Magoffin died in the Louisville Alms house on Fridnv of last week The attention of farmers and others in need of fruit trees grape vines etc is di rected to the advertisement of Mr IT F llillennuyer in another column Tie has had a number of years of experience in his business and is in every way a reliable gentleman and those of our own citizens who may patronize him can feel assured that any representations he may make with regard to his goods are correct Patron ize home institutions and get what you know to be good articles The RouNiunoiJT is read by five families in a certain locality in this city but is only subscribed for by one the others borrowing it from the subscriber The fifth family after reading beg it to send to a relative living in a distant State Now as it c...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 28 February 1880

T I a v V 4 J iUMif 3 t T W i - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OLAUDK HUOKIKY OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Bditora asicL ZF 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 ze Noticcs of Marriages IHrths and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates If your Rouxdahoit is marked on the first page with a red X it indicates that yonr subscription 1ms expired and must lie renewed before you receive another paper 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 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 28 February 1880

ktevfriMfe WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FFBKUAKY 28 1880 TO TRAVELERS On mid after April 28th 187J trains on tho L C fc L It It will luiivo Frankfortduily Sundays o xecpted as follows TKAtMS WKST No 4 Iioavo Frankfort 815 a ni No 12 Loavo Frankfort 250 o in TRAINS KA8T No 9 Loavo Frankfort 904 a in No 11 Leave Frunkfort 540 p in The 250 l M train will innko cloto connec tion us formerly for Cinolnnati K P HKYAN Art County Court next Monday Wednesday was a regular March day Early gardeners are preparing to put in potatoes peas and onions Uncle Davy Meriwether who stricken witn partial parahsis several weeks ago is slowly improving A necklace was found on the street last Sunday which the owner can have by call ing at ill is ollice and proving property The secretaries of the various Sunday schools are requested to hand in their re ports for Felminrv as earlv next week a possible Criminal Court will convene in this citv next Monday and many of the boys will no doubt hide out while the Gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 28 February 1880

d 4 i JWlrttfiW WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT The citv has been crowded with mountain 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 W J Hughes has commenced the erection of a frame residence on the site of the old Eli Smith mannon Logan street South Frankfort The foundation is about completed and the building will be pushed forward rapidly if the weather permits No member of the Legislature can afford to go home without taking with him a suit of clothes from Berbcrioha Emporium of Fashion Mr Berberich is a real artist in his line and can cut and make a suit to please the most fastidious He is entirely trustworthy and whatever representations he makes may be implicitly relied on Noll of honor of Leestown school Jan 24th to Feb 24th US Betsy Blanton Pauline Frazer Emma Connors Agnes Connors Addic Currens Eliza Peevler Jane Brown Rebecca Kinny from Edmund Taylor Bacon Blanton Charley ll...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 6 March 1880

IF r The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume in The usual services will be held 11 1 the Presbyterian Church to morrow by the pastor All are invited Elder 1 S Sweeney o1 Paris will preach at the Christian Church to morrow morning ami night All arc cordially invited The interests of this city demand n free biidge connecting North and South Frank fort Will the Council have it built The City Clerk reports 1 474 07 in the treasury to the credit of the colored school land being the amount of taxes paid by the colored people of this city for the years 1878 U The Great London Kcnovator has his headquarters at the Griffin House He is doing a big business in dyeing cleaning and repairing clothes and gives general satis faction o Three mimbeisof the present City Council have declared themselves in favor of build ing a free bridge across Kentucky river at this point Let us have a free bridge bv all means -- Our merchants are making preparations for a big spring trade They should always keep in min...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 6 March 1880

J J iV 2 M WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OliAUDK HUOKM5Y OKO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and FUANKF011T MAHOII 0 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 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 officers and citizens He said he had no 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 justice lie also directed their attention to the fact that the law in relation to selling liquor to minors was being ...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 6 March 1880

A WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT PRANK FORT MA11CII 6 1880 TO TRAVELERS On ami after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L C A L R R will lenvo Frankfort dally Sundays e xcoptcd as follows THAtMS WKST No 4 Lcavo Frankfort 815 a in No 12 Loavo Frankfort 25U o in TKAINS KA8T No 9 Leave Frankfort 904 a in No II Lewi Frankfort 54lip in The 2i0 l M train will make cloao cornice tion as formorly for Cincinnati B P MIYAN Auriit The streets are to be named and the houses numbered in Frankfort Business in the Police Court was quite dull during the month of Februarv Anything from a little dodger to a book can be printed at the Houndaiiout ofliee in good style and on very short notice The foundation for the tine monumenf to be erected on the lot of Mr Hi Berry in the Frankfort cemetery has been completed Landreths world renowned garden seeds are kept for sale in bulk and in papers by Mr Jos LeCompte at the South Side drug ttore Dr W M Averill has on hand a very tine supply of line garden seeds Iroin the famous e...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 6 March 1880

4 WKUKLY ROUNDABOUT Sunday School Reports Heport of the Christian Suiuluy Holiool 2 am Iter ol oiieiM ktuliers uiul jm piles onrolioil Kelt lyl Hijihest nttendanco during month Lowo I tittondniKo during month Avitmih1 nttindiuut durinir month Average collection during month NOW Vi itor received during month durimr month Hour of holding Sandav School 2 i 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 HctiiLAit MiiriNo ritAKKTOKT Ky Mandi 23J 210 17 10l TciUhiMs absent during month I Avi ragt col loot ion daring month Now jeiuivid daring month 1 Visitor daring month SI Tfachii Nl eeting every Friday evening Hoar of holdimr Sunday School U a ji Visitors to the school always welcome Lii A 6vis Secy IUport of the Episcopal Sanday xdiool Namher of ollicetf leneliersv and pupil- enrolled Feb lt 347 llijhe t attendance dari...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 13 March 1880

r The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi My Native Isle of Sorrow All iluttalc is Kriii Ily soro iillliitnni tried ForFnmiiK tli rough her green isles Stalks with giguntiu f trif Ami Fuver lii oniling in its wake Bungs heavy in tin air Tomito to earth the few scant card That Famines hand may spare- All stni of aspect as they move Tlu e sitcr hand in hand Are keeping watch upon the sea And watidi upon the laud Till troiu tea thousmd sutlering lips A 4 li till and hitter erv ots up to heaven in unison Lord help us or we die The meuioiies of forty eight Are in my mind once mote The dread of M eing onee again The awful fccues of yore When ciow leil lane and city street And plain and tone I saw the ding peasants face And heaid hit dying moan Old men who lived these horrors through Will whisper in their talk That still the ghosts of those who died The Ah hey church yard walk That from their graves at dead of night They ri o in silent bands And whimper words of mystic sou...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 13 March 1880

a Mf riMftttM9btfiMNl WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT OliAUDH IIUGKLKY KO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors stxicL IFiatolislacrc PIUNKFOUT MAllPlI 13 1SS0 Close Up The olice were instructed last Monday The Police Judge means business and he will see that the city ordinances are properly observed if the police will give him the right kind of aid This order will have the effect of stopping every character of trallio on Sundays barber shops included Dealers in fresh meats and perishable articles will be allowed to deliver such goods early Sunday morn iims but under no circumstances will thev be permitted to make sales Druggist will be allowed to sell drugs and medicines only the sale of cigars tobacco or any thing else of the kind subjecting them to a prosecution for violation of the Sunday La w The police are in earnest in this matter and will promptly report anv per on known to be gniltv of a violation of the ordinances Gentlemen if yon want to shave or bin cigar- or tobacco or fruit yon must at tend...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 13 March 1880

in i mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmit MrfMMMteArfM WBBKLT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MARCH 13 18S0 TO TRAVELERS On anl after April 2Sth Wl trains on tbo L C fc Ij It R will Imuvc Frankfort dully Sutuliiys excepted us follow THAI IS WKST No 1 Tjpsivo Frankfort 81 5 i tn No 12 LoavoFninUfort 250 n in TRUSS BAST The peach trees are hejri lining to bloom Foresters meet next Wednesday evening at 7 A oclock Dont foruet to go to see Kate Claxton next Wednesday night 17th inst Secure seats at once Wont Frankfort put on city airs when she gets her houses numbered and the names of her streets potcd on the street corners Better see Drytlen at once and secure your seats for next Wednesday niirht Kate Claxton is an artste in her line and will afford pleasure to all who go to see her The store room of Messrs It K VcChire Hro is beiiiL extended back feet to make room for the lame stock ot sprint and siimnier rools which they wil1 receive in a short time A fine lot of second hand novels part of a circulating lihrar...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 13 March 1880

H 4 v - W -- wtidtfVJl WEBKLY ROUNDABOUT Attiinl the temperance meeting at the toMiight Col S V Pence brought pome line pecimend of tobacco to tliU nlliee Tlmr tlny nearly all of which were rai eil on his farm in 1 1 i comity He had two specimens ol ttreen River country tobacco which brought in the LnnUville market fU and -I 7 per hundred He also had a specimen ot tobacco raised by Col le die in Hear county wliicb broulit 14 oO per I undred in t le Louisville matket The tbaee raided on hiiowu land ny dilleretit tenant- lironlit respectively SJI 01 IS OllHo 7i 81 1 00 liadh 10 V per hnn I red One of u tenant- reabed ilU40 on his ciop inned on live acre sol land This alnabK tobaeeo land situated on Flat creek in i hid county only a lew tnie Irom Frankfort - Republic Meeting1 The Republican- of Franklin count are reque ted to meet at the coint hoii e in theeiu l Frankfort on Monday A pi i loth ISiO tor the purp se olapp anting delejale to the State tuinetition which a in Louisville on ...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 20 March 1880

n Law All the cluirch going law abiding people of Frankfort endorse Judge Snceds action in having the Sunday Law enforced The Legislature could pass no measure that Would he more acceptable to a very large pen tion of the people of Kentucky than Gathrights Sunday 1 Thats the kind of music the people like to hear from a great news paper Free beer and free whisky cant purchase the Courier Journal as an organ of whisky guzzlers rum sellers and bar room politicians to ad vocate the repeal- of the Sunday Law The following resolution expresses the sentiments of the temperance people of our city on the enforcement of the Sunday Law It was author ized at a meeting of the Frankfort Christian Temperance Union held at the icourt housc last Saturday night Acsfllrcd That we heartily endorse the action of our Police Judge Hon V II Sneed in the strict enforcement of the State Severn interesting communications are necessarily crowded out this weelc The Yeomans motto Enforce the flog Ordinance and r...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 20 March 1880

2 SiJiiCH lMfe t WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Jdrinkson Sunday It wis because M SUNDAY LAW ariii huokikv oro a mvis BUCKLEY LEWIS When a Frankfort hog gets into is an improvident man nc cuuiu have done like some of his friends bought cigars tobacco and a bottle E3ditsra aaacL 3Ftttalielars r ui rt c n11r1 nn Sun Ul IUT1 Wl 1 Uillll I Vllljt t v - kkvnMvKokt M HPii 20 r o day said Damn Judge Sliced and A Jewel the Sunday Law too receiving their bread their meat and ToijHHiiiiiiiitorirm itiinion to the otno i v iiv muslin ii or eiuiii viu H tlieii milk on bundav morning were - WIDE OPEN I will lit cp open until 11 oclock Saturday night to accommodate eeri person who wihu to look nuat on SiuhIiv I have jim icccivcd from thu eastern inatiitfiictnrer n liirire slock of The ood neonlc of this CltV wilbthe late t and nobbiest stylos of Clothing ntiil Oil 1 1 1 1 t II II 1 1 iiii 1 1 IurnihinK whiih I will ll oliiHiwr than support and applaud Judge Sliced ialiy otier house in the city My 1000000 STRAV...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 20 March 1880

KMitn WKBKLY ROUNDABOUT HKANKKOUT MAIHl 20 18S0 Five new houses are in course of construction in South Frankfort Pretty good start for so early in the season Kvcrv tax naver and citizen North Frankfort both white The Sunday Law must be enforced - The City Council rescinded the resolution last night in relation to numbering the houses in this city The observance of the Sabbath will be the subject of the sermon at the Ilantist Church to morrow morn There will be no temperance meet- jn il oclock The public N injr at the court house to night on cordially invited Seats free account of a public meeting of the citizens Father Young told Judge Sneed lj wcuj tjiil jlu jatj ncvcr scen The repeal of the Sunday Lasuci 00i ortjcr jn Frankfort on means drunkenness carousing fight- Sunday as was maintained here las ing horse racing cock fighting and Sunday He favors the Sunda the like on Sunday IIW and its enforcement Perhaps the Legislature would re- Judge I U Major is announce peal the Sunday La...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 20 March 1880

M Jj Stertfs Siif Taxes font inn til Melhesncv John C per onalty MoKee R C ailinini trator for heir- personalty McCanipbell John W personalty Mctnmphell John W for 170 acre- J larrenl Mr- Kmily per- malty Iarrent K T per onalty Inckett Hyhert per onalty Iayne Hen 1 140 acre- near Tom Fanner Iarrent Jo eph jr per onalty Power Daniel 1 per onalty Power- Mary A 55 acre- near A Powers Power- Atuler n 6 acre- near Sain Hriulluy Power- Wm per onalty Pierce l ham pcr omlty Parker John T per onalty Inutin J t P per onalty Ku ell Rowena 1 in Hridyeport Reihii h J 11 1 in 15ritjeport per onalty kcfldi h George per onalty Koboii Joseph C 30 acre- near J II Robert Robert- ti car personalty Ku ell Marv 15 acre- near Anna Rti ell Rti ell Miss Maggie im aero- near Charles Pierce Robin ton ic Henrtrick 400 acres near Anna Russell - I M t I - tif 101 P - r UUUJJ unjiiit in vw v Suider Gip in fir leini Sanders i3 acres near J D I near arrcnt 1 nines 1 iui iuiin Scnntlninl Amanda 100 acre- near Joseph...

Publication Title: Weekly Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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