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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly roundabout. — 17 January 1880

ivu w jfe ft f fy i The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi The City Clerk informs us that persons doing business in this city are required on- thefirst day of January of each year to renew their licenses and a failure to renew them by that time subjects the parties so doing business without license to a fine of not less than 25 nor more than 100 for each offense each day on which busi ness is done without license constituting a separate offense This being the case if the City Attorney discharges his duty and we know he will and the i J r ut nfrn Weekly his situationTon Monday and at once tele graphed to big son George to come to Louis ville for which place he left on the next train He found his father well nigh de ranged and anxious to return to his home and family They arrived in this city Tues day evening Mr Berry being almost broken down with grief His family is plunged in the deepest depths of shame and sorrow there being no comfort for the members thereof save in the reflection...

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 January 1880

m mmiWmr n n m n p i iw I nnr T Tf 1 1 111 T i v Kt c JKU i msr rff cTV 2 ft ftf 5 if V f OS i ft WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT - I I I IP Mill CLAUDK BUCKLEY GEO ALKWIB BUCKLEY LEWIS E3 ait ore etxid vublieliers FRANKFORT JANUARY 17 1880 Temperance meeting nt the court house to night All tire invited Kev T J IJolcombe of Chicago will preach at Ascension Church at the usual hours to morrow morning and night Seats are free and everybody is invited p About noon yesterday the main shaft that runs the machinery at the cotton mills broke doing damage to the amount of about 100 Nobody was injured The mills will be running again in a week or ten dim o By reference to our colium of announce ments it will be pern that Mr lohn W Gaines is a candidate for the office of Con Hahle in this the Frankfort magisterial district FFe is a good officer and if re elected will do his duty faithfully in the future as he has done in the past Mr John Menphcr has received a letter from the relief committee of Dublin Ire ...

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 January 1880

TflMJflTf I ilililliiii i i WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANK POUT JANUARY 17 1880 i I Ti j Foreatcrs meet next Wednesday evening Mnnll ras comes this year on the 10th of February t i i Shall we have Mardi Gras festivities in Frankfort this year A flower bush in full bloom was one of the sights to be seen in South Frankfort lust Sunday It is aald that the ringstera have already begun to make up a ticket for the next City Council On Friday of last week Col E H Tay lor jr received fourteen car loads of freight at this place A fine swarm of bees settled at the house of Mr H Or in South Frankfort one day last week The Bergers ut Major Hall next Tues day night and dont you forget it See advertisement in another column There was a very pleasant social event at tlie residence of Mr Luther Crutcher on the Georgetown pike Wi dnewlay night Rev Ben Deering will preach at the Methodist Church to morrow morning and evening Seats are free and everybody is invited Recollect the grand entertainment of the Be...

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 January 1880

I a w - V fe B i Hi v fv art ft - Mb We v v ii- WEEKLY ROUNDABOOJkj As the church goers were crowding Main street returning from religious service nt about half past eight oclock -last Sunday night they were startled by a terrific crash in front of the new building of Mr P C Sower where the wind had played havoc with a very fine plate glass by shutting the door of the stairway with such great violence as to wrench the glass from the door and throw it on to the stone pavement below The crashing report alarmed the dwellers and loiterers within several equares of the building and in a few minutes a crowd was huddled around Mr Sowers eagerly seeking information by hurried questions But there was no great petisation in the matter and the gathered crowd and pasaers bv picked up the many frag ments of broken plate glahd and cleared the way soon distributing portions of Mr Sowers lights through the city The lass was shattered into thousands of small pieces The officers of Capital Lodge No G...

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 January 1880

I 1 W The BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi For tho Roundabout KENTUCKY TO HER SONS Hold not to mo my sons your empty bonds Your yawning coffers should bo brimming oer Around yott stretch vast plains of fruitful lands And mighty mountains holding wealth in atoro Grint chains of plenty reach from East to West Gods bounteous wealth to mo your mother given And you V children stand of all possessed Yet scorn tho great munificcnen of Heaven Sons of Kentucky proud you hold your nnrno And well you may Yours is an honored lino For old Virginia bless her spotless fume Owns kindred with you being sons of mine Sons of Kentucky enst your eyes nbrond Heboid vour neighbors with abundant wealth See nations for thoir morgy applaud Why lag yc thus so far behind tho rest They ennnot claim such lincngo as you own No chivalry like yours their ranks adorn Has all tho courage from your spirits flown Do you contented bear their proper scorn Sons of Kentucky you arc sleeping Awako Your mountains level 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 January 1880

iSfl s Ml ji M lisSiij11 a the WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT CLVUDK HUpiClKY OEO A LEWIS BUCKLEY LEWIS ZEJciitcrG axid IF utolislhers T Ell US The WxrKM IlotNnAitoUT is published every Saturday nt one dollar per annum invariably in advance Six months 51 cent three months 25 cents Money may bo sent by post office money order or registered letter nt our rhk g Noicc of Marriages Hirths and Dtnths inserted free of chnrge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rates FRANK F011T JANUARY 24 1SS0 If your Koundaiiout is marked on the first page with a red X it indicates that yonr subscription has expired and must be renewed before von receive another paper F V Gray A Co always keep in stock a full line of choice staple and fancy groceries Mrs Humphrey Evans who lives on Lewis street near Main can accommodate a few boarders A Franklin county voting man is looking for a young lady that can play Picking Up Shells bv the Sea Shore The Capital Gazette Ben Deerings new paper will cert...

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 January 1880

WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FIUNKFORT JANUARY 24 1380 Shall we celebrate Mardi Gras Head the advertisement of the Great Lon don Renovator The streets received a good cleaning the middle of the week The city is literally lull of beautiful youni ladies from a dUtuncc Temperance meeting at the court house to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock G B Thomson Bro had some very line lobsters on sale yesterday some of them weighing as much as three and a hall pounds Oi The next Congressman from the Ash land District should be Judge Lysauder ITord the champion of river improvement in Kentucky The subject ol Mr Darsies discourse at the Christian Church to morrow night is New Wine in New Bottles All are cordially invited A couple of old negro men were over heard discussing the whipping post bill on he streets one day this week both ol whom favored its pa sage A member of the Legislature on seeing i lithograph of the Big Four minstrels displayed in a show window wanted to know if it was Elrods group of the Gener...

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 January 1880

ia m u Jf iUtf Hmi Mf 5 -v t - MV uVJfcWMMWl6lWJ WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Benson Jniuuiry2lM 18S0 Denrt dear Ifaundabnul Many muny bright nioonn have wnxed and waned mice lust wc hoM sweet converge together in these ay spicy delightful well vemembereil columns Absence change ot life from single to double blesseilnesH and all the care and multiplied engagements such a change implies must be my excuse for so long a silence Yes dear Kouiahoit 1 have married tl e man of my heart and have passed through that wonderous period that hal cyon gulden time known among all anglo saxon people as the honey moon no not yet passed through no not yet by a whole life time lor we Hatter ourselves that our honey moon is going lo last till our sum mons comes to join the innumerable caravan that moves to brighter realms ol bliss be yond the stars Ami would vou believe it although it seems but ve terday since I was a gay thoughtless girl only half way through my teens although it has been only twelve or fourteen...

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 January 1880

feHNteigiMyg A large and enthusiastic river meeting was held at the court house last Saturday night at which resolutions were offered inviting immigration to the State and ex pressive of the gratification of our citizens at the passage of the Hord river hill Speeches were made by Senators II albert Mitchell Berry Gathright and Blackburn the latter giving his reasons for having opposed the bill Speeches were also made by Representatives White and Ever sole Hon David Pryse Judge Craddock Col h E Ilarvie Alex G Brawner Esq las Andrew Scott Eq and Col J P Pryor The last named gentleman nomi nated ludge Hord for Governor which nomination seemed to accord with the feel ings of a majority of those present as it was loudly applauded ludge I lord was called for but was too modest to respond in a lengthy speech simply remarking that lie did not desire the ollice ef Governor as lie had no political aspirations Those of the gentlemen who addressed the meeting who were from the mountains assured...

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 January 1880

it 1 Ja 38 M m la 1 m M a -18 if i j4 K tiK i J 2 mMSHL yjyumHliiStilPi WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT oiAUDi uuckiky oko a lewis BUCKLEY LEWIS E2ditcrs and 3Putalishers PllANKFOllT JANUARYM 1880 No temperance meeting to niglit but to morrow afternoon there will be one nt tlie court house nt three oclock Mr Jus M Todd ha had a live butter- A new blacksmith shop has been erected this week on the site of the one that was burned two or three months ago at the head of Main street Mr Jos II Bailey of this city has re cently been appointed a U S Ganger and will enter upon the duties of his ollice next Monday A good appointment Kev Green Clay Smith will preach nt the Christian Church to morrow evening at 7 oclock Usual morning services by the pastor Seats are free and everybody is invited Dr E B Hume and wif of Anderson countv who had been visiting relatives in this city for several days started home Tuesday afternoon in a buggy and when a few miles from Frankfort the horse began kicking and started to...

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 January 1880

r 4 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT i t i mn i i i hi - - FIUNKPORT JANUARY l 1880 Next Momlay is County Court day - im rr Wluir war Bob when the light wont out The City Council will meet in regular session next Tuesday niglit allll IIHM I W Mr John 0 Hawkins bought the farm of Mr 0 S Wntcutt last Tuesday for 2000 cash - Major Stantons quack medicine draws well It drew a good audience to Mnjor Hull Tuesday night The nineteenth semi annual session of the Kentucky Eclectic Institute will begin next Monday February Jd There will be a temperance meeting at Benson Depot at two oclock p m on the bccond Sundnv in next month There will be a temperance ma 8 meeting at the court house to morrow atteruoon at three oclock Let everybody turn out Messrs John Cochran Ac Co have added 50 bushels to the capacity of their distillerv They are now ma Jiiug loO bushels per day Judge Win Lindsay has purchased the residence of the late Mrs Governor Letcher on the corner of Washington and Wapping streets for 477o Mr 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. — 31 January 1880

8 t il LI North Benson - WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT Messrs Conglcton Brothers tire erecting u new saw mill on the lot adjoining the mill property of Messrs Hntchitt it Ziegler The mimes of our ptveets should he posted conspicuously on every street comer and everv house should have a numher over the lront door The Young Mens Social Club gave a very enjoyable hop at Capital Hotel Wednes day night in honor of some Lexington voung ladies who are iti the citv on a visit to friends The music was furnished by South orchestra and the light fantastic was kept up till towards the peeri o day Strnnjjer Where does Mr Blank live Citizen Yon know that street that the railroad is on Well you go to the second street north of that turn to the left 10 nearly two squares and you will find his house the third or fourth from the cor ner of that street that runs by Chinns coal scales S Where are the coal scales C They are on the same street that the railroad is on and near the railroad bridge S Thank you Now will...

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. — 7 February 1880

I Volume hi Sandal slipper and Newport buttons ami tics will lie much worn by the Indies next spring and summer The manufacturers are already receiving largo orders for them Past Grand Commander Win Ryan Louisville will be in the city next Thursday night for the purpose of conferring the Council degrees and on Friday night the 13th inst at oclock he will publicly install the officer elect of Frankfort Com- inanderv No 4 Knights Templar The installation ceremonies will take place at the Baptist Church and the public is cordially invited to attend - Mr Fuhs the St Clair street confectioner interfered to prevent a fight between James Sower and a baker in Fuhs employ last Saturday night in Kahrs whisky shop when young John Haly brotmht a pistol out mid nut it in Fiiha1 face Fuhs bared his breast and told Italy to shoot but he laid bis pistol on the counter and was withdraw ing from the diiliculty when John Noonan rushed up to Fuhs and said Ill fix him at the same time pluniun a knife to...

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. — 7 February 1880

if v tk c2 c WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT i - i i i oiaudk iiuoklbv aio a lewis BUCKLEY LEWIS waiters and Eviblielsers FRANK FOllT FEBRUARY 7 18M Between eight ami nine oclock last Sat urday nilit Mr Ben Wright who live at apt Sam Steeles farm about nine miles from town wn going home and when near ly to Judge Hordn lioue on the Qwetiton pike his horse shied to one side of the road and threw him On remounting he discov ered a man near hy and called to him Re ceiving no answer he went to Mr Win Da lys house known as the old toll gate but a few steps away and called for a light To gether with Mr Taylor Daly he examined the man and found he was dead The proper oHicials were promptly noti fied and acting under orders from Squire Gwin Deputy Sheriff Hughed went out and brought the body into town and placed it in the court house On Sunday morning a jury was impaneled and the coroners in quest which lasted or three or four days was begun The body was that of Sid Nelson col ored aged about twenty six o...

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. — 7 February 1880

fisfV f JS - ilj WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FtfBIlUARY 7 1880 The steamer Valley brought up 800 sacks Of corn last Sunday There was not a white person buried in the Frnnklort cemetery during the month of danuury A new shirt m bed Mead and live dollars Only two persons were Frankfort cemeterv during the month of January both of whom were colored Mr J Kussell Williams lias purchased of Mr W II Williamson the house re cently occupied by Mr Sidney French South Side The sleighs have been out in full force this week and the sleigh bells jingled merrily This is the first sleighing we have had this winter Mr Ino W Payne has purchased of Mr M K dett the lot on Cross street South Frankfurt lying between the resi fences of Mr foil and Mr John Cain for which he paid m He expects to build on it in the spring West Iibeity had a big lire last week Judc Coxs new coal house was entirely consumed the los being estimated at IUU The Mountain Scoicher devotes half a column to it but dont say whether or...

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. — 7 February 1880

M M c i MttfcU - V i 4 Tennie now are Elkhorn Creek i in the I dear 1 Mnl lovers oi people that modern Sodom filled IT J f4 irf T6fsv WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT We learn from the Mountain Scorcher Grav has been visiting sister Mrs Richard Morris Mi- Mattie Mckec was the Sister Stockton has been quite ill but i now convalescing Miss Belle Pike was seen a day or so ago wandering up Vomits branch looking for catnip 1 reckon Stony and Viety are ailing One of the chargers that was ridden to death in que t of fiddle has been resurrected and now his master refuses 10 for him Old Turk attended the primary down to Benson depot lat Saturday with a bottle of juice Old Fi her wanted a drink Turk nave him the bottle and Fi her has it yet A big Leap Vear dance on Indian Fork creek last week I loonier John and Geo Frank were the belles of the evening Hoosier held the baby while George waltzed and vice vena Johnny P the gay young widower ol Beiii ou has oiled his gorgeous wht kei smoothed hh wrinkled front ...

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. — 14 February 1880

T r The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY LEWIS Publishers Volume hi Turn on I he music Lent began last Wednesday Kev J T Langdon will preach in the penitentiary to morrow The Council Chamber is to be carpeted painted and furnished in a manner credita ble to the city The Good Templars hold a regular meet ing next Thursday night A full attend ance is desired Elder J J Pickett will preach at Buck Hun Church on the Georgetown pike to morrow morning at II oclock The Yeoman was a little off yesterday morning in saying The rier is rising slowly It was rising at the rate of about eighteen inches an hour The hop last night was as usual a very enjoyable one The attendance was good considering the slate of the weather and everything passed off quietly and pleasantly Mr Frank C Hughes one of the most popular business men in this city is to be married next Thursday 19th inst to Miss Carrie D Lindsey a charming young lady of Mt Sterling A female convict employed as a servant at the residence of Col Sout...

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. — 14 February 1880

2 WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT orlALDK niCKiKV am a ikwis BUCKLEY LEWIS a J - 1 T3 11 -iv I JCJWiTi3r3 u uwiAa TERMS The Weekly ItoutiuiioUT is published every Saturday at one dollar per annum invariably in advance Six month 50 cents three months 25 conts Money mny bo sent by post office money order or registered letter at our risk iSr Notices of MnrringtsHirths nnd Dinths inserted froc of charge Obituary notices will be charged for at our regular advertising rate FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 14 18S0 At iv called meeting of Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 Thursday night eleven cAndidutes received the decrees of Koynl and select Master Past Grand High Priest Win Kyan of Louisville and Deputy Grand Master W La Hue Thomas of Dan ville were present and conducted the work In an able manner Col A Homeland of Louisville delivered an address to the General Assembly at the Hall of the House of Kepre entatives Thursday night He handled his subject Jesources ol Kentucky well and evinced a thorough knowledge of o...

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. — 14 February 1880

I rlltllwBvyffgjM WEEKLY ROUNDABOUT F HANK FORT FFHllViAUY 14 1880 Otticer 1 T Livrkiu 1ms resigned as policeman in South Frankfort it rullle of the I gold tviii1i nt tin 1 1 ai iuc ui i n Col D Howard Smith while walking in front of his residence on Kriday night ol last week slipped on the ice that covered the pavement and fell upon hi cane break ing one of his rib The injury was very painful bat the Colonel is able to be about again South famous oivne tra of this city has tin engagement to play in one of the leading theatres of Cincinnati a week in April An efloit was recently made to gel them in Lexington for a three dar en gagement but they could not leave their engagements here The Temperance Convention will convene in Harrodsburg next Tue day 17th iu t and continue in se ion three Reduced rates to delegate and visitors on all mil road i have been secured All Hood Templars in good i innding are cordially invited to be pie ent Imiuiry was made in thee columns last week vtihly wh...

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. — 14 February 1880

- 4 13 4 il - i aV VHft rM WEEKLY ROUfJDABOUT If you have any interest in the morale nnd future welfare of our city give your hearty support to the temperance work There will be a temperance meeting at the court house to night Encourage it with your presence m The Champion Saw mill Belle Point is daily sawing up large quantities of stove wood which is sold at very low prices You can buy a load of stove wood t heri tor what it will cost you to have it sawed into stove length - List of letters advertised at Frankfort post oflice Feb 7th 1S80 Allen J N Braudenburgh Cash Buche Miss Frances Booker Annie Bush Henry Bush Harry Browning James II Burnett Lon lkachum Patsy Chevor Onpt Canedy Mrs Maria Corry Mrs Mattie Douglas lames Forsee Mrs Ann M Harris Becky I leafy M J Harrall Henry Shipp James A Sietes John Thompson Widow 50000 in City Bonds The City Council had a called meetim Tuesday night at which Senator McQuiddy was present when the following bill drawn bv the Mavor was submitted to...

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