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The Weekly roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1877-1882, November 01, 1879, Image 3

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On iiml iirtcr April 28th 1879 trains on tho L
C A L R U will loavo Frankfort dally Sundays
nxcoptod as follows
No 4 Loavo Frankfort 815 a m
No 12 Loavo Frankfort 250 o m
Nn 9 Loavo Frankfort 904 am
No 11 Loivo Frankfort 54in in
Tho 250 I M train will innko close connec
tion as formerly for Cinoinnntl
The Roundaiiout can always be had for
three cents per copy at Barretts News De
pot and at Ben Marshalls Post office News
Foresters meet next Wednesday night at
7 oclock
South Frankfort has a pork packing
establishment getting ready for work this
The weather has been fine for sailing on
the river this week and many of the young
people have taken advantage of it
Lots of mean uhi ky and a general free
firht at the circus last nieht A few knock-
downs was the extent of the damage done
The regular meeting of the Good Tem
plars will take place next Thursday evening
at 7 oclock A full attendnncc is desiied
A youth from the rural districts stood in
front of the telegraph office for a half
hour or more last Saturday watching the
wires to see a dispatch come in or sent out
His curiosity was not gratified
The Christian Temperance Union will
hold their regular weekly meeting at the
court house this evening at 7 oclock
President French is expected to be present
and will address the meeting Seats are
free and everybody cordially invited
Mr Jno T Buckley has the contract for
putting a tin roof on the Colored Methodist
Church at Versailles and sent a number of
hands up this week to go to work on it The
people of that little city mnj rely on having
the work well and expeditiously done
There has been a heavy advance in the
price of groceries provisions and almost
everything ele within the past ten days
This is regarded as nn evidence of better
times and it is to be hoped that the good
time coming so long looked for has ar
Messrs Meek it Ferguson have rented
about sixty feet of the east end of the
Market house and are putting in a lot of
machinery for the purpose of carrying on a
machine Bhop These gentlemen are expert
machinists ami should receive a sufficiency
of work to keep them constantly employed
Joe Bohannan as agent for his mother
Mrs S J Bohannan can be found at the
old stand on St Clair street near the
Wooden Bridge dispensing fruits vegeta
bles fancy groceries -tobacco cigars c
at the most reasonable prices Drop in to
see him as you pass that way and leave
whatever surplus change you want to invest
in anything in his line
Everybody and his wile timl daughter were
in to tee the circus yesterday
Very wide holts lire not worn by Indies in
cities Merchants lind sale or them only
in conntrv towns
The train bearing Coups ciicns ran oil
the track about two miles above the city
yesterday delaying it three or four hours
Little boys that rolled out of bed at four
a clock yesterday to see the circus were bad
ly fooled The first installment arrived at
Some rural nibs was in town Thursday
with more rotten corn juice than lie could
cany conveniently and a wag pinned a big
nlncfirtl on his back labeled LOST The
police found him
Mr Sidney French passed through the
city yesterday morning en route for Louis
lodge of Good Templars with thirty six
memjfc s and has addressed four others
He has also arranged to organize two new
lodjies in Jessamine county next week
Some changes have been made in the
officers of the Governors Cadets a juvenile
military company of this city The follow
ing are the officers
Captain Hip Arnold First Lieutenant
Henry Sawyier Second Lieutenant John
Hutchison First Sergeant Jim Todd
Second Sergeant Joe Rodman First Corpo
ral Will Barr Second Corporal Will
Bv reference to our column of Local
Notices it will be seen that Mr Mandeville
has bought out the Climax Shaving Em
porium of Mr A II Waggoner on St
Cluir street near Market Mr Mandeville
is an accomplished artist in his line and
will not onlv retain the patronage of the
her face bruised but escaped serious injury
Mr Philip Selbert is constantly receiving
new goods and about the middle of next
week he will open one of the finest lots of
plated and solid silver ware ever brought to
Death of Mrs Governor Letcher
Mrs Charlotte Letcher widow of ex-Governor
Itobt P Letcher died at her resi
dence in this city Inst Wednesday evening
at eight oclock aged 87 years She had
been in good health until Monday evening
at which time she took tea with Mr John
B Bibb on the ninetieth anniversary of his
birth day Tuesday afternoon she was
troubled with a cough and took a small
ville lie has been absent in Fayette and had grown old in our midst universally
Jessamine counties for about a week loved and respected by all who knew her
in which time he has re organized onej and her death is deeply regretted by the en-
tire community Her funeral took place
from the Presbyterian Church of which
she had long been a consi tent member
yesterday afternoon and was largely at
New Stock Nobby Hats
stablishment but will build up a trade ofl citaiomoM of the Climax and the public
large proportions Jail and see him it
von want an artistic hair cut or a smooth
comfortable shave
The costs in the suit now pending in the
Circuit Court in this city the contested
election case between the present City Coun
cil and the candidates on the Citizens
ticket amount to 400 per day since last
Saturday When court adjourns tuis even
ing it is thought that not one half of the
evidence will have been given in and the
case will be the first on the docket at the
next February term when all the evidence
from the beginning will have to be heard
again by a new jury
Tuesday afternoon Mrs Bartlet Orntcher
and her little granddaughter were returning
from this citv to their home near Ducker
Station in a spring yigon nnd just after
passing the forks of the Versailles and
Georgetown pikes the horse they were driv
ing became frightened and ran nway The
wagon was overturned and the occupants
thrown out Mrs Crutcher having her right
wrist broken and four or five ribs fractured
near the shoulder blade The little girl had
generally I remain verv respectfully
Foil Rknt The large dwelling house op
posite depot Apply to V Kaltenbrun
Zephyr all shades single and split at 10
cents an ounce at Grnfhn Bros j
Throughout the world Favorite Stoves
are known to be the best Use Favorite
Stoves and be happy John T Buckley
Agent St Clair street
Best Calico at 7 cents at Griffin Bros
Favorite Stoves are without question
the finest and best cooking t toves in the
woild Every stove is sold with a written j
guarantee to have no equal in economy
durability convenience and beauty Tot
avoid being deceived by imitations call and
examine them at John T Buckleys
New Lot Nobby Hats for voting Gents
Canton Flannel and Jeans extra cheap at
Griffin Bros
Boots Shoes Hats flap New Goods
Large Stock at McCLURE k BROS
and for sale at Lowest Prices by
Willium Jlfock Smith Frankfort
Would respectfully inform thecitizonfi of Fpl
fort ami vicinity thnt ho has openpd n Drue
Q t t l I 1
i r I i -v - Iinuu wnL ru nc win Keen con-
dose of what she supposed was powdered stantly on hand a full linoof pure
alum but which proved to be arsenic Sheyv
whs taken ill in a few hours afterward and i H UgS 111601012X68
rapidly grew worse until she died
Slip removed to thismtvin 1810 with Uor UDHUUl LIUHI Qt
husband when he was elected Governor and
U nrouintlv answered
ogeisi ft cuskal hh scuaif
r propoo to open nn EnirlNh and fliHRinnl
Hih School in S uth Frankfort lor B ys nnd
Ynuiifj Men on tho SECOND MONDAY IN
SEITEMHER prox fo continue till the second
Friduy in Juno IS3II Uos prepared for busi
ness or for tho higher elates in colloie
Charges Per Term of Ten Months
For tho IliKhor Classes including Latin
FouSalc I en or fifteen fine mocking and Greek Languages and Literature 00 00
birds good singers Apply to Miss Mary nil others 50 00
Carter South Frankfort One third in advance one third at Christinas
and ono third May 1st 1SS0
Having purchased the Climax Shaving I Xlrr limited u si Applications maybe
Emporium of Mr A H Waggoner I de j loft at the Telegraph or Roundabout office
sire to inform the patrons of the establish- Aug 9 lS79 ttm J H THAR P
nient and the public generally that I -
intend to conduct the business in future in g P SMITH M D
first class style in every respect In addition t
to Mr Dolan the Old Reliable who will i PnT7QIfnQn QTtrl SnrrrflAM
continue with me I have secured the J OlOldiU dllU rOUrgeGIl
services of a first class barber from Cincin I
0ffie Kcsid 7W ff m v
nati and my patrons may rely on being at- Clair Street
lumlnil tin Inflict ml I
in in o liinut n iiimAnnil
v - oi
stvle Soliciting the patronage of the old na -
n m iii v
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fc5 arl If II I r ii i i VlrM WF1 VHW
mm iWfiTWwM
Full line of Germantown Yarn at Griffin j Is the Cheapest place to buy your
The cheapest place in town to buy Dryi
Goods Notions etc is at Griffin Brosi
Watson Co
Mansion Mouse Block St Clair street two tt h - -
doors from Main ilUUdC UlUlfcimig LTOUaS
In a letter from Lexington Kv received M A NTTPT S IT A HPPR
The horse draueed the wauon some distance by Miles Son ordering their Patent flour Auuw m vixwxi j JU
and broke it into splinters Dr B F I expression is used It comes high but Jr0n ailfl Till BooIlV
the pioplej will have it Similar llUil UIlu J u iuuuiifc
Duvall of this city was sent for and at- Bon8 JQ TiiCQvei dailv from all points inI1iriiiiT K K
tended to Mrs Crutchers injuries and at Use their J E M and von will never re- uiiiiuiJle ttCi i
last nccounts she was doing wqII I grot it JOB WORK A SPiXMAlTY

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