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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 3 July 1880

The BUCKLEY Si LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Memorial Day nY j h n Siro gather thy home gods to thoo t And repeat tho story nnow Of thoso who gave thoir lives so freo For tho cnuso thoy thought so true Woman weave thy garland raro To their suorod memory dear And thy hands tho tributo hear And bestow it with a tear Maiden with lily and with rose Entwino a wreath of sweet perfumo Go placo it oer tho brow of thoso Immortald within tho tomb Consecrate this day so holy Father mother sister brother Oo honor thoso who faced tho volley For tho right and died together Forgot them not for oh I how can you Glorious dead so truo and bravo Each grave with holy tears bodow Lifo they gave your homos to save Beneath tho mounds of this sad city Lies there one who wore tho Blue Scorn it not bo moved with pity For loved was he by some ono too The Bluo and Gray sleep poacoful here Both noblo deeds havo ilono Thoy loved and died for tho princoss fair Tho goddess by our fathers won Thoir immortald souls com...

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. — 3 July 1880

q i Mj1 af sm Ti 1 fM M i 4 v 4 i sAttei a V V - e v vt tff - wi WEEKLY Entored atTho postflicis at FrBfikfortj Konltioky as second class mailable matter OfiAUDK HUCKLEY GEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS IE3ditors asicL FRANKFORT JULY 3 18S0 TERMS The WbekTjY KorNPAnoUT is published every Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post oflico money order or reentered lotter at our risk S Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates If your Roundabout ia marked on tho first page with ft red X it indicates that your subscription lias expired and must he renewed before you receive another paper f The new drop curtain and new scenery at Major Hall has long been needed Personal Mrs W E Plumley is visiting relatives in New York Mrs W T Reading is visiting relatives in Shelby county Miss Monie Tate is at home for the summer vacation Miss...

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. — 3 July 1880

1 m Ft wijM WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 1 1880 LARGEST GIHGUUTION IK CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS On and after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L C A Xi R It will leave Frankfort daily Sundays oxocptcd as follows TKAtNS WB3T No I Ijcava Frankfort 815 a m No 12 Loavc Frankfort 250 o tn TRAINS KAST No 9 Lonvo Frankfort 904 a tn No 11 Loavo Frankfort 54p tn Tho 250 l M train will mako close connec tion as formerly for Cincinnati E P DRYAN Ancut County Court next Monday Foresters next Wednesday evening Regular meeting of the City Council next Tuesday night The Catholic female school closed its session Tuesday We are promised a bicycle race at our fair in September Work will be begun on the lock at this place about the first of August There will be preaching at Belle Point Chapel to morrow afternoon at four oclock The- Presbyterian Sunday school will picnic Monday It will go up the river on the S V Pence Royal Templars meet evening at eight oclock officers will take place next Thursday...

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. — 3 July 1880

m lS m 4 i y iMiNHLu it1 ifftMi itmriwMAfrWwmKim3tfll TraKWKm WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT It is Mnjor Opora Houfc now Go lo church to morrow ami celebrate Monday It is probable that we will enjoy fresh oysters and snow balls in the city park next winter The South Frankfort dogs are getting holder They jump over the fence after von now Mr H E Collins made an assignment Thursday to his son Leslie for the benefit of his creditors - Hov Green Clay Smith has been ii to larire congregations at the South 1rankfort Baptist Church every night this week m School Notice The Trn tces of Franklin county will ulease send for teachers registers and idatks Til OS B FOHD School Commissioner o Editor Roundabout Work is progressing at Locks No 1 2 and 3 with a determination to complete them tlii season Lame forces are engaged in cetting timber collecting stone and tear iti away damn 1 conceived the idea of linniiug No a and had splendid success aiig 1CM of labor and redeeming much in n in a few hours We will so...

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. — 10 July 1880

nriT m t t t I I llTi W W m 1 Im V this y ear j j l i lllln I Volume iii Orli iJj in i jj Our enterprising merchants Messrs Lee Herrmann and Sol Harris have offered special premiums at our coining fair the i i Miss Laura Campbell entertainedafew friends last Monday evening it being the 70th anniversary of her birth The -Streets and alleys arV uValerrible filthy condition The stench that arises from some of them is almost unendurable The tax books are now br and if in the1 hands of it the Cilv Treasurer you want to save ten percent on y6ur taxes go and see him Mr Frank A Crutcherhas thehahl8 of the Kouxdauout oflice for a saokofithe finest Harvest r apples-that-we ht Messrs John B and Wiley Williams are selling one oftliebest fhVceiJt cigars tobi had in this city at their telephone pflice on Broadway I One of the shocs worn bytiieelebrtied racehorse Bmroo in yl tjig pcesjwoijy him this season is on exhibition at J J Swigerts drV good 4 store- - c o I 1 JO I - - Thorp wns a tolerably ...

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. — 10 July 1880

n j Sm - i it V WEEKLYROUNMBOUT Entered attho posUoflioo at FraBkfortKcntuCky a second class mat lablo matter OLAUDK IIUOKrKY OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY L LEWIS EdLitors staa cSL ZE ublisshers FHANKFORT JULY 10 1880 TERMS The Wrkkly Roundabout is published ovory Saturday at ono dollar por annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents Money may bo sont by post office money order or registered letter at our risk ASS Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted freo of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates Frankfort to the Front There is no good reason why Frankfort should not become one of the first cities in Kentucky The Capitol is already here and there is no probability that it will ever be removed during the next century The new reservoir baa been constiucted and there will be water enough for a population of 50000 The bridge connecting North and South Frankfort is no longer a toll bridge but is free to the world The Gover...

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. — 10 July 1880

tfp if WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FlUNRrORT JOtY 1 1880 y LUBGEST HICHAM l CITY AND COUNTY TO TRAVELERS - On and after AnrilSth 1870 trains on tko L C A L It Kwilhcavo Frankfort daily Sundays excepted as follows TIUIN8 WKST No 4 Tcavo Frankfort 815 m No 12 Lbavo Frankfort 250 o m TRAINS BAST No 9 Loavo Frankfort 9a m No It Lcaro Frankfort 54 p m Tho 250 P M train will maka close connoc tion as formorly for Cincinnati E P BRYAN Atent Major Hall is to be improved Want to buy any blackberries The hands at the cotton mill enjoyed holiday Monday The Fourth was celebrated with fire works Monday night The east end of Cross street South Frankfort has received some much needed repairs this week Tiiiivfilista who roll around the streets on dark nights carry red lights attached to their machines One hundred convicts left this city Tues day morning under guard to work on the Bij Sandy railroad The Genevieve llodgers theatrical troupe will exhibit at Major OperaHouee during fair week September 21 to 24 m...

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. — 10 July 1880

Jfcfl va j S3 uJ t 4 I vi N v AW lei m 3 1 a raw tont nt the 1enitentiary aimifLMnatimmMifili tfrji ifW A1 M K LKOMDMOTJT Quarterly court next Monday lll t he Tli e mercury rose fonrMegreesin nnhour Thursday morning Utiou Benevolent Society colored will Lie u picnic in Browns wods on the 3Jat rfoiMiiifttreffiriof M citv fc WVP 9 1 U nii Leinjton next Monday nijrht Mr M MMntttrn is ilttiny upland will ivcupv aa aphotograph gallery the room ovfji Tthe storeroonwecehlly occnvJ tl by 1 M IMwor v t i A number of ladies arid gen 1 1 em en of ihishuy willo with thexcursionf party from uVmgton to NiagnrFnlLtloathje IUli in- The Asembly Ball Club JrfT gnvc a delightful hop nt the Capital Hotel last night nuil the yomifffolkVtripped the light snutnstie till a htfe hour n If your Roundabout is marked on the first pvge with ared X it indicate that v our subscription lias exoired and mustbe lenewed before you receive ano her paper ThercwlMe no prenchingat the GhvU Usui CluircMto jnovtow butlit 1...

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. — 17 July 1880

The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Fist fights are becoming popular an St Clair street Since the wnrm weather set inlawyers mid doctors have been trvine their muscle Anderson Rices Flying Dutchman is milking things lively for the children down in Craw Mr IT II Murray has had erected in his lot in the cemetery a handsome mon ument of Scotch granite 1G feet high sur mounted by a cross It is an elegant piece of work Elder J W McGnrvey will deliver a free lecture on Palestine at Grassy Spring Church seven miles from this city on the Versailles pike next Tuesday evening nt eight oclock The foundation for the addition to Mr Geo Buhrs building on Main street has been completed and the brick work will be commenced next week This will- be a handsome improvement when completed The wheat crop will be short this year Many farmers who thought their yield would be twenty or thirty bushels to the acre found upon thrashing that not more than half their expectations were realized A number of Kni...

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. — 17 July 1880

Q WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered at tho pp9toflico ntlrankfortkcnucky m sccona c asatnniianip raaiier OLAUDti nUOKfKY 4w fc5iwftiWli v GEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS IEaItor3 ZF uTolislaers FRANKFORT JULY 17 1880 TERMS k The Wkkklv IlouanAnoUT is published every Saturday at ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 contsj three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post ofiico money order or registered letter at our risk Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted frco or charge utmuary nonces win be charged for nt our regular advertising rates The correspondent of the Courier Journal at this plnce got somewhat mixed in his Notes and Gossip In Tuesdays issue of the C T we find the following in refer ence to congregations leaving tho churches Sunday night Last night to thesurpiseof every one coming out of the churches there was no gas and as the streams of people were groping their way toward home the Presbyterians ran suddenly against the Methodists the Methodists knocked th...

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. — 17 July 1880

T fcUtawit 4 A WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT PlNKP01lTr JOLY l Tj 1880 GIRGBUTIDR IH Bin MD GDDIH TO TRAVELERS On and nftor April 28th 1879 trains on tho L 0 k L K It will Icavo Frankfort daily Sundays oxccptcd as follows TlUtNS WKST No 4 Titmvo Frankfort 815 a m No 12 Loavo Frankfort 250 o m TIIA1N8 BA8T No fl Loavo Frankfort 904 a in No 11 Lonvo Frankfort 54lln tn Tho 250 i M train will inako close connec tion as formerly for Cincinnati E P BRYAN Aut The boys will leave for the seat of war Morula v morning South Frankfort needs tire cifcterns and wants them bad Three large cakes of ice were made Mon day by Luschers ice machine One of the heaviest rains that has ever visited this city fell Thursday afternoon The Little Four Ministrels did no more than make expenses at Lexington Monday night The fire Wednesday morning was another proof of the necessity for cisterns in South Frankfort A large spreading adder was killed in the front vard of Mr W H Williams near the penitentiary Tuesday Even the l...

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. — 17 July 1880

Ik s At M i4ifai4 ftvid i lAiiiwiT miMES lKLYilOUKDABOUT t f mnjznrzmH7rt wlj I lliMC ill ill nu iriiiriiiug 11 mu wmio tian Church to morrow but at 1CU o clock 11 nu the members of that cemgregntton wjll meet ntul have their usual communion services The - ladder on which Mr Charles Keatherston was standing trimming trees in the StateIlouaotyam Wednesday atter nnon lelliihd came neaHantiing rhim on lie top of the ironVfenco but he suceeded in causing the limb of a treo and letting himself down A -petition ofMiumerous citizens of Craw1 whs presented to the Council in April neje injr tor street lamps on the corner of and Clinton streets Wilkerson Hrondwnv ami Blanton streets which was granted and the work ordercil to be done in A nril last The people still are left in dark ness nnd wish to know why it is thus Twenty seven names out of the forty three n the petition represent 54S10 worth of taxable property and they think their peti tion is entitled to some consideration Will the membe...

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. — 24 July 1880

iyy m I iinmiri uri f iniiB t - riiiiillM iki r iBttiiiWflilfe JBBP1 The Weekly BUCKLEYS LEWIS Publishers Volume i i i Editorial Correspondence Cyntiiiana K July 20ili 1880 Leaving Frankfort on -Tuesday 13th inst I was Moti in Lexihgton with its 10000 inhabitants where I met a number of familiar faces some of whom were once residents of the Capital City Mr M IlartHteins smiling countenance was one of the first to greet me lie is in the en joyment of perfect health and is prospering in business I next saw Lemoine Spots wood the musical artist who has given up both music and art and settled down to solid work IFe grows handsomer and tatter with the weight of increasing years After having seen Prof Lake the pedestrian on his lull hourly half mile tions around the couit house square I proceeded to the new Phumix Hotel for the double purpose of getting dinner and seeing tliis handsome addition to the Blue Grass Capital It is indeed a fine structure containing all the modern comforts and ...

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. — 24 July 1880

Z 1 T J WEE KLYROUNDABOIJ i Kntored at the post office at Frankfurt Keqtudkj a second cln 9 mailable int6ri - - CLAUOKIIUCKMSV 010 ALEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and FUANKFORT JULY 24 18S0 TERMS The Wbekm Roundabout is published every Saturday fit ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered lottor ut our risk CT Votices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for nt our regular advertising rates Some time since Capt John Walcutt got a pin in liis sock and in walking it nibbed one of his toes so as to make it so sore that he could not put bis foot to the ground He has had the best medical at tentioii but the inflamation cannot be re duced and mortification having set in it is feared the toe and probably the foot will have to be amputated Messr Allison Smith Johnson type founders of Cincinnati have just issued a new book of specimens of type...

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. — 24 July 1880

mau ljJJjJiJJ WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT PIUNICFOJIT JULY 24 1880 ney will be made on foot countrv 1 UBEEST II1EDUTI0I III CITY M GOUTY Ice water was al n discount Tuesday Mr Wirt Thomson cold Ilia house and lot in South Frank fort Wednesday to Mrs Thos Hoover for S800 Major McDowell Trinket and Maud 8 meet to day at Chicago Trinket is the favorite with del ting men The weather turned so cool during Mom titty night that many persona found over coats comfortable Tuesday morning Mr Robert Craig the young man that was shot on Thursday night of last week has recovered sufficiently to be able to be about lie is still suffering considerable pain Some time ago a valise containing some surgical instruments was left at the store of Messrs F V Gray it Co and it still remains there The owner is requested to call and get it We learn that at a picnic at Scotts store in Bahl Knob precinct h 8 Saturday several fights took place in one of which a voung man by the name of Quire was badlv cut bv Bill It ley O...

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. — 24 July 1880

-if 11 9 4 v f J S 11 vl a f SI w 7 H vjuMtmtm t tllsrHI1 AtosJ J WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT I 1 1 - II X Mr Clins Ahrahmnof Lnclqiort Henry county wiis in the city Monthly looking or hands to work on the look m that place Ho wanted fifty but we did not learn how many lie feccured Good Templars Attention There will he n called meeting of Capital Lodge No 2G 1 O G T at the hall in Udd -Fellows Temple next Thtirduv even ing lulv 29ih at eijiht oclock for the Ilection of otlicers and transaction of regular hti jiness A full attendance of the members is desired as business of utmost impoituuce will be dicui Hd v Bv order of II G MATT BUN 7 aTaix wrcrr Wtoc r l i -The following resolutions were nilppjerl by the Christian Temperance Union at Antioch in this county Tuesday nfclil Jicsohvil By the members of Antioch Chris tian Temperance Union now in mass meeting assembled in order to demons l ate to the country at large that we are sincere in advocating the temperance cause and that we shall in the...

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. — 31 July 1880

Y The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi For the Roundabout Mother and Father In tho cold winter night sadly I roam My poor mother la dead I havo no pleasant hotne No ono caros lor mo no one wouia cry Evon if poor Utile Mary would die Weary and tired I havo wandered all day Asking Tor work but I am too small they say On tho cold ground I must now lay my head Father is a drunkard and mother is dead Wo wcro so happy until father drank rum Then nil our sorrow and troublo begun Mother grew palo and wept every day Brother and 1 were too hungry to play Slowly thoy faded till ono summer night Found their sweet faces silent and white Father is a drunkard and mother is dead Oh if tho temperance men would only find Poor wretched lather and talk lo him kind They might stop him from drinking and then T would bo so very happy again Tis not too late temperance men please try Or poor little Mary must soon starve and dlei All day long Ive been bugging for bread Fathers a drunkard and mother is dead...

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. — 31 July 1880

a -d i iit w r iatawfii WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT As Entered atthifjpost ofllbofrt Frankfort Kofituky r OliAUDK HUCKtKV OKO A LliWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS ZEjditors and lablislaers FRANK FORT JULY 31 1880 TERMS The Wkhkiy Rounpahout is published every Saturday at one dollar per annum invnriftbly in advance Six months 50 cents throe months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered letter at our risk SSr Notices of Marriages Births and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our rogular advertising rates The workmen began laying brick on Geo Buhrs new hotel Thursday We take pleasure in calling the attention of our renders to the advertispinent of Mrs A L Franklins school in South Frankfort Fall Academy the next session of which will begin on the first Monday in September Mrs Franklin is n lady of a number of years experience as u teacher and those who place their children under her charge can rest assured they will be thoroughly instructed Capt...

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. — 31 July 1880

MMffMWnHM nfiTffJTTMJfcaairTJfitMwf ft if -- TO TRAVELERS On nml after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L C A L U H will leave Frankfurt dully Sundays excepted a fallows Tit AIMS WB9T No 4 Loavo Frankfort 815 m No 12 Leavo Frankfort 250 o in TttUNS KA8T No 9 Ijoiwo Frankfort 904 a m No It Lenvo Frankfort 540 p m Tho 250 l M train will tuako closo connec tion as forinorly for Cincinnati E V UltYAN Aifcnt Turn biin nrouml Who is Sargeant Price Were you ever at Oral Orchard m There is a picnic at Capt J no Walcultp park to day The flowers are blooming very little this Bummer The Coiincil meets in recular session Tuesday nisrlit Double the amount of grain has been shipped over the L C L Railroad this year that there was lnt Foresters meet in their court room in Commonwealth Ruihliusi Ft Clair street next Wednesday evening at eight oclock Ghosts appeared to the hands at work on Look No 2 on the river and as a conse quence the majority who were negroes quit work Mr Frank Chinns handsome new ...

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. — 31 July 1880

rt i - i H a 133 1 s VA1 VS9 iS d 7S - v is 4 1 s M 1 5 siitjmimiiiixik WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT The pit of Lock o 4 near this city was cleaned out last week ami boats can pass through it There will be an installation of ofliccrs at the meeting of Good Templars next Thursday evening Rev W McD Ahlictl will prench at the penitentiary to morrow morning at 11 oclock The public is cordially invited to attend J B Tiiaki The following are the assignments of U S Storekeepers in this division for the sixty days commencing August 1 viz C C Furr to W A Gaines A Co No 4 S U Smith to J te J M Saftell No 01 J J Quin to J N Blakcmore No A T Todd to E HTaylor jr No 113 L S Coleman to Glenn Spring Distillery Co No 57 Geo R Dunlnp to John Cochran A Co No 7 Wmfll McClintock to E II Taylor Jr CovNo 2 J L Biown to J S Taylor No 53 Isaac Webb to Lnbrot A Graham No 52 W IIGrav to W A Gaines As Co- No 103 I MP tO 0YIIIr - v c are the oflicers of election for the ensuing year Court house Peter Jett and JameH A Ric...

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