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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 28 August 1880

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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. — 4 September 1880

V 5 v V The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Editorial Correspondence Richmond Ky Sept 1 1880 On the morning of the 23il of August took the east bound train for Midway from which place I was soon carried to VKUSAtrtKS distant from the railroad about 1 miles It was County Court day and the town was literally packed with people Everybody was busy and in a good humor Large numbers of fat and feeding cattle were on the market and auctioneers had all they could do 1 learn that Versailles has a population of 2000 and judge from appearances that they are a live people There are some evidences of thrift here and I have no doubt but that it is a pleasant little place I remained here but a short time going back to MIDWAY on the afternoon stage The people here 1000 in number claim that their prospects for growth and prosperity are good Some nice buildings have recently been erected here and more are in contemplation There is u stage line from here to Versailles two I should...

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. — 4 September 1880

a 5A Sj t rF F C7 V WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorcd nt the post office at Frankfort Kontucky a second class mailable mnttcr OfiAUUK IlUCKrKV OHO A MJWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS ZEJciitors aad DP ubllsliers FRANK FORT SEPTEMBER 4 18S0 If your is mnr1el on the lirst pnge with a red X it indicates tlint jour subscription hns expired ind must be renewed before you receive another pnper o The next session of Fall Academy Mrs Aineb Franklin Principal begins next Mon day All the pupils should attend the first daw As neat a piece of work as we have ever f een is a cros of fancv scroll work sawed out by Mr Chas Keller at Mr P Selberts It is of finely polished white holly wood and the parts are so delicate and neatly cut that when placed on a dark background and framed it was more like an engraving than nutyhingelse being much prettier than the chromos of tloral crosses that are so numerous now a days A negro man employed at R N Archer itCos saw mill as a night hand was sit ting down asleep Thursday night wh...

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. — 4 September 1880

7 i of l i i I i i WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 4 1880 UBBEST CIRCULATION III CITY Ml GUUNTY There will be a weililing in Belle Point next weeU Two hops will bo given at the Cupitnl Hotel during the fnir one on the 2lst and ihe other on the 24th A large number ol citizens of this city and conny have been attending the Lexing ton Fair this week o Mr It Eli Gaines has resigned asschor1 trustee in Belle Point and Dr J J Wilson has been appointed to lill the vacancy The largest crowd that has been in Frankfort for a long lime was on our streets Wednesday to see the circus parade Messrs John Gault A Co commenced burning a large kiln of brick on their South Frankfort vavd the first of this week Messrs Burns lCichorn are a buildinjr at the intersection of Main and V High streets which they will use as a carriage factorC Messrs Burton it Kincaid have sold the Anderson News to Mr G Allison Holland of the Eminence Constitutionalist who has taken charge of that paper Mr V Beruerichs n...

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. — 4 September 1880

S 2 riM JilMJlllMlilfilMMiMH 11111 NWMTWJIMIMMMpg iir IF V p WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Jf aHR s w - i lt it R- 5 - W Services nt the Baptist church every even ing at 7 J oclock Every hotly invited Hon John D White will epenk at the court hoiibe in this city on Tuc dny night next Mrs Walker has h1k entered suit against Mr C4eo Hurry for 10000 damages for ahtaultiiig her Fell Allen has quit the Capital Hotel and all otders intended for him should be loft at Dr W II Averills drug store Ollicer John W Hnpesas there have not been so many people in town as there was on Wednesday since the day Daniel Boone was buiied o Drydens Minstrels propOaj to visit the neighboring towns and give exhibitions in a lew weeks Thev will visit Eminence duriiii the lairand then go to Hanodsburg Danville ami other places A freight engine ran oil the track in front of MeriewetherV Hotel Tuesday afternoon and remained oil four hours The evening tiaiii Irom Louisville was delayed here on account of it until after 7 oclo...

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. — 11 September 1880

7 1 g The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Mrs Frnnklin now hns twenty four pupils enrolled in her school If you want a good fitting suit nicely made and ntlow figure goto V Berbericb Dr C W Mollett the gentleman to whom Dr T L Taylor pold out for some reason has failed to take charge of his purchase and Dr Taylor still holds the fort The City Council ordered that the city tax book remain in the hands of the City Treasurer a month longer Anotherchance for the slow ones to pay up before ten per cent is added Rev Win Irvine of Mulberry Church will preach twice to morrow at the rooms of the High School on South Side Services will begin at 11 oclock a m and at 7 oclock p m A petition was presented to the Council Tuesday night for more fire cisterns in Craw Why cant South Frankfort have a few also That side of the city is as liable to to burn up as the lower part Dr C B Snedaker formerly of this city was killed at Salt Lake City Utah Wednes day bv a man named Smith He...

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. — 11 September 1880

4 a m ji - - Y iii j PS WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorcd attho post office at Frankfort Kentucky m second class mnilahlo matter GfAUDH MJOKiEY r tj trvi jvfc UKO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors and vLtolis3aers FHANKFOliT SEPTEMBER 11 1880 If your Bouxdauout is marked on tlie first pnge with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired and must be renewed before you receive another paper Preaching at all the churches to morrow The McCreary Guards will be paid ofl this afternoon at 4 oclock at the armory 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 held at the Baptist Church this weelc pre li miliary to a protracted meeting It TMcvilln a annn tr linvn n nublic nark RftHft r nearMtlie centrni portion oi me uuy 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 Frankfo...

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. — 11 September 1880

I I 1 I WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT j FllANKPOUT SBPTKMDBll 11 1880 LARGEST ClBCULATtQN III CITY UNO COUNTY TO TEAVBLBRS On and after April 28th 1879 trains on tho L 0 fc L 11 R will lcavoFniakfort daily Sundays Qxooptod as follows TlUtNS WEST No 4 Leave Frankfort 815 a tn No 12 Leave Frankfort 250 u tn TRAINS HAST No 9 Loivo Frankfort 904 n m No 11 Lonvo Frankfort 540 p tn Tho 250 P M train will raako close connec tion as formerly for Cincinnati E P 11RYAN Ancnt All the schools in this city opened with a good attendance Monday morning tf Nearly three hundred Cincinnati En quirers were sold in this city last Saturday Rev Ben Deering has Wen conducting a Kcries of meetings in Belle Point this week Mrs J L Uodmau cut four hundred and forty tube roses from her garden lust Satur day morning Lieut C C Todd has removed to his new residence on Ewtng street South Frankfort Make preparations to attend the fair every dav this fall It ought to and will be a grand succefcs Mr F V Gray closed out his enti...

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. — 11 September 1880

1 - p h 7 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Sunday School Reports Ileiiort of the Christian Hiinday richool Number of oHiecrs teachers and pu pils enrolled Sept Kst Highest attendance during month Lowest attendance during month Average attendance during month Teachers absent during month Average collection during month New scholars received during month Visitors during month tT i iTj c jt kW Iftuljfci r t vv f 208 140 132 138 21 2 38 0 Visitors during month 52 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 pu pils enrolled Sept 1st 183 Highest attendance during month 108 Lowest attendance during month 05 Average attendance during month 83 Teachers ah ent durimr month 12 Average collection during month 2 05 New scholars received during month 1 Visitors during month 2 Hour of holding Sunday school 91 am Visitors cordially received Joiix N Hutchis...

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. — 18 September 1880

rL r tjHKKMjtikiM V rl 7v ft i - Volume hi ran a Climene lai fhfl venrri tfO vw tfiur The style of wearing turbans low down on the forehead is much more becoming to young ladies than that of wearing them on the hack of the head The foundation for Miss Maggie Russells new house on the Reynolds lot Steele street South Frankfort is being laid and the woodwork will be begun in a short time The regular monthly meeting of Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A M takes place next Tuesday evening September 21st at which time the regular election of officers for the ensuing year will be held and it is hoped every member will be present A horse attached to a hack in a funeral procession became unmanageable at the corner of Main and Ann streets Wednes day morning and caused so much trouble that he had to be taken out and another horse substituted fur him Some delay in the burial was occasioned therebv A horse attached to a buggy in which were several colored people became fright ened at an engine that was...

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. — 18 September 1880

ft B Wijr IT 1V 5F WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entorcd nt the post nflico at Frankfort Kuntuoky tm second class mailable matter OLAUDK IlUOKrEV OHO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS Editors strnd lE uTolisliers TERMS Tho WrKKbV RonxnAnoUT is published ovory Suturduy nt ono dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents thrco months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered lottor at our risk faST Notices of MarriagosMrths and Deaths inserted free of charge Obituary notico3 will bo charged for nt our regular advertising rates FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 18 1880 If your RouxDvnouT 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 The second story of Odd Fellows Temple will be occupied by the Roundabout office the ftrutof October 1880 t costs fifteen dollars to cuss a sewing machine agent at Bridgeport Messrs Sane Shea have the contract fur refitting the gas and water pipes at the Capita...

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. — 18 September 1880

Mr MSKF1HW WEM L A 11 opted as f licnvo icavo i javo mo 1 o i i sirinorl inr i llermi I LisT lieal and faiij IIFt i it Ive i tl 1 4 i - - SHIBilSKilflGIIUli T and afte TRAVELERS r lA tR7tftral UBuAHrwikfirrtdii1 ft Uf WM3T if lie Finn A i A WKi I ltCl t u i4fterlr ik i f Ij enrr H it vill Utrtijd 01 ii ml M lk k F JpiiH U V Oil mii - - it v tSsviH wl J tho L undays nl fr r r i V r t i iO v in I K W S It AST t J I a m i f ri t Jiptlli a rfflfcg clou jtir i r nitYAN If1 - -- -- i tfctitery is jti ovcrntion Round iotvs is just Ufree ars old r was i fthl froct i thi4k locality niorni a i TlHisk iiliury will commence lmmtT v i 3LCt it ve will U 1 itfillinf on iriipijouHwi fiout the i tf OctoHerji At r dealer sy that thefuer trade section ht Jail ID O Ui rn ImHiJSSfctt out Mr Morris i UfryTmiiu son the Side Everybody f week will bin v v been Mispended foviots are i t jrn U Fair next t eiet line -it th rale of m 1 ten n dty tinc2 tbe fall lid troll JorSN f tVe will next w on Tim e mctil ii...

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. — 18 September 1880

m I mw jij i i iiiifririiitf ritlitMMJBiMMBiBiHIMMHtti8iilfiiii nifrit hj - in iiimiiii iiMMiiiirriiiMiifliii ilHliiMIMflPBn rJff H iTV 3 34tt7wP Mr V Berberieh the bo s tailor in this city does hi- own cutting and if ou want a suit of clothes to fit ynu like a glov go and see him His goods have ju t been received and aie of the latest fitvles Next Wednesday 22d inst is Kentucky Day at the Cincinnati Exposition An ex enrsou train will leave here that day for Cincinnati carrying passengers the round trip for 3 See Mr Brians card in an other column To morrow begins Mr Daraies filth year of service with the Christian Church at thir j lace and he preaches in the morning his fourth anniversary sermon which every member of the church ought tohcjir usual service at night The On Kentucky Day at the Cincinnati Ex position W udnesday beptember 22d the Ij C it j K It will run a special train to convey the Governor and his staff and anv otheis who mav wish to attend the Exposition on that day T...

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. — 15 October 1881

HfifkdttiA i W GtiORGE A LEWIS Publisher Volume v A number ol the fruit trees in tliis local ity are in bloom for the second time this yenr Little Annie Gnylc a four year old laugh ter of Mr II ir Gayle Hied WetTncacfny morning of membranous croup Tt W Stnneil ol the Bible College Lex ington will preach in the Christian Church at Bridgeport the third iSunday of this month morning and evening o Rev W McD Abbett having rented his residence in Belle Point will shortly re move with his wife to Carrollton where they will make tber future home The waiting rooms at the depot in this city have been torn away and new and comfortable ones arc being built When completed they will be a great improve ment over the old ones The boom Monday at the great Arcade dry goods clothing and millinery establish ment of Messrs Harris Herrmann was felt all over the city by the other merchants They say they have not had as good a days business in months 1 Mr Joe IT Baiiey who has been TJ P Ganger Storekeeper ...

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. — 15 October 1881

WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Unified lit the post offlee at Frankfort Kentucky in second ulius innilnblc matter GEORGE A LEWIS IHJciitcr ctiicL 3F olsliclicr TKlliUS One copy oin 3 our 100 One copy six months One copy three months - Five oupic throu months llll IHANKl OUT 0C10UUH 16 1SS1 Death of Miss Jennie Bull Our city was deeply pained on Tuesday morning at the announcement of tie death of that most estimable young lady Miss Jennie P Dull eldest daughter of Mr S 0 Bull which occurred Monday night at 10 oclock She had been sick hut a little more than a week with typhoid fever and although it was known that he was quite ill few dreamed that her illness would ter minate fatally and all were greatly shocked when her death was announced In the spring time of life when a bright and happy future lay bebre her she was taken to the Father who doeth all things well leaving an aching void in the hearts of those who loved her so dearly and are now bowed down with an inconsolable grief but they can fin...

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. — 15 October 1881

ynwte VMf fcarW WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT f i vvictoiiT ocrioH ii i isst UH6EST GinCULAriOH III CITY AHO COUNTY TO TRAVELERS On untl ntter July tliu 17th I SSI trains on tlio U 0 Sr U It 11 will run daily Sunday excepted as follows TKVINfl HAST No II TKtntnn KxprR arrive 510 pm No 1 Western x pre s arrives OtUO u in No 15 Frankfort Aceoinn arrives 810 p in TltAtNS WKST No 4 Lexington 13 pros arrives 812 a in No 12 Wmtern lixprrs arrive 20 p in No It Frankfort Acjomn leave 100 u in No 12 and 14 mike close connection with trains forUincinn Hi at Ij iLjrin it rut No 15 nirtkosclose connection at tin sinij pluco with trains from Cincinnati for Frankfort E P HRYAN Alus Poor Yoriok lown I O I The boys looked real sweet in their new uniforms -- As the days grow shorter the gas bills grow longer Mr Milton McfJrew has removed to his new residence in South Frankfort Mr Sam Harris is thinking ol opening a second hand clothinjr store in thiscitv The weather of the past two weeks has been splendid for t...

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. — 15 October 1881

ngCfcfcwUfcJ ihrilfci lhlIUIT Wrtlimil ZBi HOUflDABOUT Tlioro will In pricluiijr t the Krnnfclin Prosbytoriim CliuiVli to night at 7 oclock J oclock mid to- tn iiiorrow morning at 1 uuirrow iiilt Ml 7 by Hov Bi n Helm - Exliiuti iitnl onioeliliil constitutions sniVeriiii IVoin dyspepsia nervousness anil uenerarweiikne cmed by Browns lion Hitters A Good Move At a meeting of the Wholesale ami He til Liquor Dealers Union of Frankfort Kv hM Weilnesday evening Oct 12th 1881 at their rooth in the Sower Building hc following resolutions were read and adopted Unsolved That we earueMh requefct all saloon keepers doing businew in this city lo keep their places of business strictly dosed on Sundays and that they refuse to nell or irivu liquor to anyone on that ilav 2 That the same be published in the Dispatch Yeoman and Koujciiuut 1 D L IIALY Ptcs E I j Mkaohkk Secy Alton Poaches and tomatoes are scarce A second crop of lettuce has appeared Miss Lulic Stephens of Frmiktbrt is visiting in the v...

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. — 29 October 1881

1 L u ltKriiyp 4 r riii Ike HOME A LEWIS Publisher Volume v The Capitol Cigar ia the best five cent cigar in Frank fort o Dr W II Hall is rebuilding hie stafile which was destroyed by ire last week It is Paid the death ratc in this city din ing the present month has been one a day -- A new pump has been placed in the well on Broadway in front of the State Capitol o - The trial of Theodore Davis for the mur der of Clint Montague will be called in the Circuit Court Monday - There arc three or four cases of typhoid fever in that part of South Frankfort known as the Uarracks neighborhood It strikes us that Frankfort is in a good condition to receive smnll pox just now and if it should come it will stay all winter Only one member of the McCreary Guards failed to carry hi knapsack over the hill at Means Tunnel going and com ing The armory of the McCreary Guard is heavily draped in mourning for Mit3 Annie Bull who was an honorary member of the company The new fire cistern at the intersecti...

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 October 1881

jgjytt WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office nt FriinUfort Kentucky in second cliisa malhiMo mutter GEORGE A LEWIS EJesLitsr aaacl IFtUblisIica rnAXKioiiT tciciiut 2 issi TKIU1S One copy onnycnr t One copy siT months One copy three months - Five copice three months LOU Death of Miss Annie T Bull Tlienngel of lentlingninim nilelilie house hold of Mr S C Bull on Moiulny nnd snatched away from the embrace of Iovinr ones Miss Annie T the second daughter of these doubly aillictcd parents She was taken sicU ti few days after her sister Jennie and in u little less than two wcka she was laid beside her in the city of the dead Just budding into a beautiful womanhood of ajoous liappy disposition the favorite of all who knew her and greatly beloved by parents and relatives she has been gath ered to the arms of a loving Savior In this second bereavement the hand of Prov idence has indeed been laid heavily upon these stricken parents and words are inad equate to express the deep sympathy ...

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