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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 29 May 1880

ping street for 5500 There was a very pleasant sociable given at the residence of Mrs W A Wilson on the Georgetown pike last night in honor of the anniversary of the birth of her daughter Jennie There will be an excursion train run from Mt Sterling to Louisville June 10 It will leave this city at six oclock A M The fare from this place will be one dollar and a half for the round trip Whenever our fanners want agricultural implements they should not buy without first consulting J II Bowen te Co on Broadway They keep an immense stock and sell at bottom prices Our enterprising fellow townsman Mr Ed Power has a contract for putting a large amount of galvanized iron cornice on Gilchers Hotel Danville and also has the contract for putting a galvanized iron front on the Clark County National Bank ol Winchester He will do the galvanized iron work on the Woodford county court house and we want to assure the people of these respective places that the work will be done in a workman like and hi...

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. — 29 May 1880

WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorod at tho post office nt Frankfort Kentucky a second class mailablomattcr OliAUDB nUOKlKY OIO A LKWI8 BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and aEvaTolislJerQ FRANKFORT MAY 29 1880 If your RouvnABorr is marked on ye first page with ft red X it indicates that your subscription has ex wired and must he renewed before you receive another paper - Messrs GG Graham Co have recently opened a first class procery on Market street and will keep constantly on hand a full line of goods of the best quality They want von to come and see them Read their ad vertisement The City Council has issued and adver tised for sale thirty five 1000 bonds and tbirty eisht 500 bonds all bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum The 35000 will be used to refund the citys debt and the 19000 will be used to pay for the free bridge The rate of taxation for the current year Iuib been fixed at ninety-five cents on the 100 worth of property Personal Mrs Jas M Saftell is visiting friends in Woodford...

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. — 29 May 1880

m 1 1 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT I FRANKFORT MAY 20 1880 I m ij I f TO TRAVELERS On and after April 28th 1870 trains on the L C fc h R R will leave Frankfort daily Sundays excepted as follows TRAIXS WR3T No 4 Leave Frankfort 815 a ui No 12 Loava Frankfort o in TRAINS KA8T No 9 Lonve Frankfort 004 a m No 11 Leave Frankfort 6411 p m The 250 I Af train will make oloso connec tion as formorly for Oinoinnati E P lJRYANyWoif LARGEST GIRGUUTIOH III GUY AND COUNTY Docs the new reservoir leak A walk that tries mens soles up Devils Hollow pike Ten cents a quart was the price of straw berries this week The Foresters hold a regular next Wednesday night meeting There was a heavy rain in the Big Eddy neighborhood last Mondav Keep your paper and trash off the streel or the police will be after you The Colorado potato bugs have attacked the tomHo plants in this vicinity A subscription is being raised to build a mission church at Leestown or Taylorton Commencement exercises at the Military Institute take pla...

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. — 29 May 1880

5 UtiUitffo M tindMiVsMwMMW WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT The now reservoir dntn is being llie Inuse of a ooil iknl of Imnniug just now The winMing comes ofT next Tluusiltiy Tito bridegroom elect in one of the most popular benux in Kentucky besides being one of the very cleverest men in the State Mr Alex Szymnnaki bus just received a handsome new barbers chair and a dozen and a half of new shaving cups He is a fiistclas barber and is deserving of the huge patronage he is receiving Mr Jlio T Thielkeld living near Stamp ing fi round Scott county had the misfortune to lose his smoke house and several other outhouses by fire last Wednesday even ing Supposed to have been caused by a spark lighting on the dry roof Low about 510 The City Park Commissioners have secured the services of Mr David Xicol who will superintend the laying oil of the Capitol ground- into plats and walks in aecoidance with the plan of Mr D M Woodon Mr Gratz has very kindly loaned the model of his patent lawn seal and ihe park w...

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. — 5 June 1880

mb AtifaMA jiitfjL ffftr fati jit rufAifl Sunday afternoon about 3 oclock thiee convicts two white men and a negro tore the cover off of a man hole to the sewer which was fastened down with an iron rod and covered over with stone near the rear wall and went down into the sewer thence out under the wall where they had to spring two sets of three inch iron bars which they did with an appliance they took with them being a couple of large holts with nuts upon fhem which were hooked over the bars and then screwed up with large wrenches until an opening was made sufficient to permit them to pass through After gaining the outside they started to walk past the guard house near the north wall thinking the guard was inside and would not see them but young Sam South who was 611 duty was sitting on the shady side of the house saw them in a few min utes brought them to a stand with his ritle and notified the guards on the inside when they were taken back to their old quarters and are now each we...

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. — 5 June 1880

3 i - - t JM t g t iff ti jj jitgiF jMfrjjgiigi WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered nttho post office at Frankfort Kontucky as second class mailable matter OLAUDK ntlOKMJV OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS waiters and FHANKFORT MAY 29 1880 If your RoUNDAnoUT is marked on the first page with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before you receive another paper A number of houses in South Frankfort are receiving a new coat of paint A dog giving evidence of having hydro phobia was killed in South Frankfort Thursday evening He had bitten several persons and great fears are entertained of serious results - i There are two maiden ladies living near the foot of Fort Hill who have resided in the same house for thirty seven years When they first moved there Crawfish Bot tom was one vast field with but few houses upon it The young gentlemen of the city gave a hop at Capital Hotel Thursday night in honor of Miss Annie Loree of Vinton Iowa who has been spending a month in a...

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. — 5 June 1880

h WEEKLY 110UNMB0UT PRANK FORT MAV 29 1880 LARGEST CI1EIUT1II III CUT AND COUNTY The Stole entered upon its eighty ninth year Tuesday - The mercury dropped down to 50 during Wednesday night - The Episcopal Sunday school is picniciug at Lake Park to day South Frankfort could not n fiord the luxury of a barber shop The Railroad Commission has been in session in this city this week We are under obligations to Mr R W Lawler for lnte Colorado papers Col Ed Conner made a rousing speech at the Greenback convention Monday A suflicient amount has been subscribed and the Leestown Church will be built Mr W J Chiiui is putting in a new coal scale the old one having letdown A former Kraukfrnt boy will shortly lead to the altar one of Bridgeports daughter Rev Ben Deeving will preach at Belle Point Chapel to morrow afternoon at four oclock The weather was cool enough Tuesday and Wednesday to make tires and overcoats comfortable Mr John W Payne has erected a hand pome veranda in front of his reside...

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. — 5 June 1880

5 JB I4 w WEEKLY fiOUNDABOUT Plie coimncnccment exercise of Ken tucky Kclectic Institute will take place at the pcltool building in South Frankfort next Thumlay c veinnjr m A party of German atone masons em ployed on the new warehouse at the distill ery of- Messrs Labrot A Graham on Glenns creek started to come to town together Saturday afternoon and when near Mill ville two of them got into a fight when one cut the other in the throat inflicting an ugly and nearly fatal wound The wounded man was brought to this city and his wounds drensed by Dr V B Rodman and at last accounts was he doing well The first of last week a grocer of this city was before the police court for telling whisky on Sunday a number of witnesses were summoned to testify against him and he confessed judgment Laet AVednesdav lie was anain before the police court charged with belling liquor without license and he proved by t he same witnesses summoned in the Sunday law case that he never sold any liquor and was dis...

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. — 12 June 1880

t The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi For tho Roundabout The Tale of a Oat Lot others sing of loftier themes Of purling brooks uml winding streams And with poetic firo awako High sounding strains on moor and brnko But T to sorrows snd refrain Would sweep my luto this once again And with a tender touoh impart My own sad throbs to every heart Tis of a purring puss Id sing No mewing prowling thieving thing But gentlo loving calmscrono A lovlior puss none oer had scon But all her virtues could not sato The stern decree of tyrant fate Her virtues could not turn aside The fateful blow of deaths dark tido While walking out one gloomy night As was her custom in good plight Some heartless dogs a thieving pack Going their lounds fell on her track And oer she had time to explain They pounced on her with might and main And bit and chawed and chawed and bit Until shed got tho worst of it And oer tho morning dawned again She lay upon tho cold ground slain She fit them long an...

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. — 12 June 1880

i n m v i 1 i X WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office at Frnnkfort Kentucky ax second class mailable matter glaum iiuoKinv avo a mvis BUCKLEY LEWIS Editcrs axid FRANK TOUT JUNE 12 1880 If your KorxDABotT is marked on tho first prc with n red X it indicates that your subscription has exoired and must be renewed before yon receive another paper The editors proprietors and publishers of the HorxoAHouT have gone away some are junketinj about tlie country with the press gang and some have turned inquisi tive lacks goins about asking people all manner of foolish questions such as how old are you are you married where did your father come from are you a house keeper or a loafer etc and left us ofiice oralis to run this paper and we purpose to run it run it on high points We dont intend to hurt anybodys feelings we dont intend to show up contractors or tell any manufacturer that he behaves naughty or flavors hi- merchandise with rats Gentle men who violate the Sunday Law bv selling l...

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. — 12 June 1880

WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNKFORT JUNK 2 1980 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN CITY 111 COUNTY TO TEAVBLBRS On ami after April 28th 187U trains on tho L C h It It will leave Frankfort daily Sundays excepted as follows TltAlNS WEST No 4 Tioavo Frankfort 815 a tn No 12 Leave Frankfort 250 o m TRAINS KAST No Leave Frankfort iM a m No 11 Lchvo Fmnkfort 54 p in Tho 250 l M train will make eloso connec tion as formerly for Cincinnati K P MtYAN Aicni Flux is almost an epidemic in this 1 ocality Blackberries and chigoes will be plentiful this vear Nearly every street in this city terminate at the river The Public School will close its session next week Numerous weddings are in prospect So eay the gossipers The mercury has been floating around in the nineties this week Onr people are patiently waiting for that park with Grata seats The Capital Gazette will appear daily on ov about June 2lst We wish it success Frankfort now has three young printers who are contemplating making lawyers of themselves The trial...

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. — 12 June 1880

Ep ft 1 1 miMtmmmmmMmtmmttmm i H W1SEKLY 110UKDAB0UT Peaches arc in the market There is n young lady on the South Side who can auM up three columns of figures and play an organ at the same time and do both conectly The annual return of the gallinippers si t the wooden bridge has taken place In a lew nights they vill swarm around the gn ligits there by the billion The finder o a pearl nhell about af large as the end of a mans finger will be ruitahly rewarded by leaving the hi me at this office The shell was lost Monday While Capt San ford Goin was coming down the river path from the ceuteten la i Sunday afternoon he lost his footing mid fell ilMocatiug his right shoulder The excursion train which passed here Thursday morning bound for Louisville had eleven coaches crowded with people Fiankfoit pleasuic seokeis filled one of them Mr Ben Marshall met with an accident in Louisville this week Une of his hands caught in the roller of a paper mill cutting the extreme ends of two of his fin...

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. — 19 June 1880

- i ar V r maiMmimmBmaHmmmMmmnmmTWTimmwnmixriwri - v - y - rft jiMfjiik4iLj1 The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY JUNE 19 1880 The PresB Gathering the wharf with a hand of music and aH vp filpd from thn hnnt nfinnnnn worn firm Wn rnrrfnt flint nlir nnnPP IS RO limited r nnu tne air was rent witn c leers a were that we cannot give a full description of n88j d comforUlble homes n03t of the 1 t i me recent meeting u Frftnkfort party being located at the Hotel Kentucky Press Association and will have to content ourself with simply giving a brief outline of the main feature On the morning of the 8th inst the members of the press from Louisville and the western part of the State arrived in this city and we together with Col John ston wife and daughter Mr D C Barrett Mies Florence Barrett and Major Bedee joined them at the depot and proceeded to Lexington where we met the delegation from the northern and central parts of th...

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. — 19 June 1880

- J id te WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT KntiTcrt at tho post nflico at Frankfort Kontuoky iu second clues mailable mutter utiAuni iuckmv 010 a rnwis BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors ancL lE aTolisliers FRANKFORT JUNK 10 18S0 TERMS Tho WrKKiiY Rouniuhout is published every Saturday atono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six month1 50 cent three months 25 conts Monny may ho acnt by post ofiieo money order or relish red letter nl our rifk f33 NTotiec of Mnrriages Births and Dcntti incortod free of ehirsn Obitmrv notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates If your HorNDAROLT is marked on the first pane with a red X it indicate Hint your subscription lias exoirod and must lie renewed before you receive another paper Little IFarrv Green eldest child of J 0 Green the blind man who keeps the first toll qate on the Georgetown pike died Wednesdoy after an illness of three weeks He was a bright little fellow and the joy of his parents We sympathize with them in their sore bereavement Ohinn Jul...

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. — 19 June 1880

a I y WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNK 19 1880 fisTJIllCy IHITHi COOT TO TRAVELERS On and nftor April 23th 1879 trains on tho L C L II llwilllcavoFrankfortdaily Sundays excepted as follows TltAtVS WK8T No 4 Vjcavo Frankfort 815 a tn No 12 Leave Frinkfort Zo om TUUN3 IAflT No 9 Loavo Franklort 0 l n m No 11 Iovo Frnnkfort 5lip m The 250 P M train will mnko oloao connec tion as formerlv for Cincinnati E I BRYAN Aunul The Uovernors mansion is being newly painted o The State House dome has just received n new coat of paint o The probabilities are that we will have a free bridge next week Mr Hobt W Imwler has our thanks fol iate files of Denver Col papers Our correspondents will greatly oblige us by writing on one side of the paper onlv A new vatolwower has been erected on the northeast corner of the penitentiary walls Our correspondents will please bear in mind that we cannot advertise free ol charge in this paper A Cincinnati linn has bought all the bonds recently issued by the city of...

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. — 19 June 1880

1 J rr 2MN a H - s Ma nl 4n 43 Js iatf A fr frifir2 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Bridgeport Plenty of rnin Farm hands are 6caroo Ill o harvest is upon us Enough tobacco plants for all Mis Ben Morrison is very ill cm ami oats are growing finely Mr A C Taylor who has been ill is imploring Mrs A A Powers who has been ill is now convalescent Miss Julia Dickerson is visiting her Mrs Katlifle near Farnulale Girls why did you read the Roundabout of last week with so much interest Mr E R Hedges has purchased of Mr Win Powers aiufothers a number of sheep Miss Peggy Crockett of Frankfort was visiting Misses Jacque and Cordie Jackson 1 at week Misses Ella Owen of Eminence Hattie Radelyt of Simpsonsville and Lena Smith of Peytona who have been visiting at Mr Win Scohelds have returned to their homes The young ladies of Bridgeport request us to inform the editors ot last week Roundabout that they do not sit under awning ami eat ginger bread and peanuts when they go to Frankfort Bug We would not be guilty o...

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. — 26 June 1880

fM i mi t The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY L LEWIS Publishers Volume hi One of the prettiest little girls in town handed the following lines to us a few days ago requesting that they he published and assuring us that they were the production of the joint efforts of her and her little friend aged respectively about nine and eleven years They are printed just as they were written Little Birdie BY J J AND C S Little Birdie is so guy On that bright summer Jay Lot her lnugh ami let her play Lot the Child bo happy and gay When the child is fast asleep And dreams of joyous glory sweet Do not let her mind be deep In the weary years that fastly sweep When the sun rises with the break of day And the fun shines over the hill faraway Then call little Birdie oucc for play That merry joyous summer day When the sweet sixteenth year coruo Let all the silly plays bo dono Let her have other sports and fun Tor she thinks what sho has dono When sho is dressed like- a Brido With some ono by her side lie is...

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. — 26 June 1880

stf K WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered ut tho post ofiico at Frankfort Kentucky m second class mailable matter CLvum huckmjv KO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS rEditcrs circid F vaTolis3aers FRANKFORT JUNK 215 18S0 TERNS The Whkkiy UotJNitAHOUT is published every Saturday at ouo dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 conts Money may bo cnt by post ofiico money order or restored letter at our risk TFif Koticcs of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will bo charged for at our regular advertising rates If your RorNDAHoiTT is marked on tlio iirdt pace with a red X it indicates that your 8ulcription lias expired and mast he renewed before von receive another paper Capt Coin wants to employ 100 hands to work on Lock No 3 See advertisement The attention of persons going to build is called to the advertisement of Browner A McDauiel in another column of this pn per Our friends and neighbors of Shelby and Anderson counties are cordially invi...

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. — 26 June 1880

JT WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNRFORT JUNK 26 1880 LARGEST CIIEIUTIll III CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVBLBES On and after Anrit 28th 1870 trains on the L C t L R R will leave Frankfortdaily Sundays excepted as follows TUAtNS WEST No 4 Lcavo Frankfort 815 a in No 12 Lcavo Frank fort 250 o m TRAIJfS KA8T No 9 Loavo Frankfort 004 a m No 11 Ijohvo Frankfort 64p in Tho 250 l M train will inako oloso connec tion as formerly for Cincinnati B P URYAN Atient Foresters meet next Wednesday evening at 8 odock Work was commenced on Poi tit Benson bridge Monday had to unhitch out the Belle Good Templars meet at their hall next Thursday evening at 8 oclock A few little half ripe knotty apples and peaches have been on the market this week They are fine promoters of cholera Mr Win F Rodgers of Benson is the first man in this county to pay his State and county taxes for 1880 Who will be the next Mr Otto Von Borries residence in South Frankfort is offered for sale Read the advertisement in another column of this p...

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. — 26 June 1880

Ay -a 1 Ui u k V J v U A Turtle Story r - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Bridgeport ft old Ooldt Gold Wheat harvest is nliout over Mr Ben Morrison who 1ms been ill ie better Mr Tlirvs M Gaines of Loui ulle will the summer here with ielative and friends Mifis 13eltie Anderson after a six weeks t it in Louisville has returned home MU Minnie Gaines who has been at teitdimr school at Grasy Springs Woodford county has returned home Purchase lots and build anvwhere be tween South Frankfort and Uridgeport as both ere long will be united The gold will join them Poor Bruce he walks the streets in a -id iiiehmc holy manner and Ionic- as sronmy ns n country grave yard Cheer up ji air hiMu will return r oon Mr W Field who was here last fall pr peMing for gold on Mr Win Arm trins farm near this place after having taken a quantity of ore to Xew York k r itK piction returned last week with told and silver which he had IMiaeU d from it the ield boing 22 oO in gold to the ton Mr Field has gone back To New York t...

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