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The Frankfort Roundabout
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Volume VI.
BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!
Goes the great gun of the fall
season of 1882, and already is heard
the war whoop of the enemy, as I
DAVIS returns from the East with
a stock boujjht for
SPOT CASH
and at prices that will astonish you.
Ho offers no fuluilous impossibilities
But Means What he Advertises.
His immense STOCK is ail ready
for tho purchaser, and respectfully
invites your inspection, whether
you buy or not. Remember the
place,
I. DAVIS,
St. Clair Street, Murray Building,
Sept. FRANKFORT. KY.
, I i"a l
SAMUEL AYSRS,
FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.,
WATCH HAMER,
Successor to 15. F Mick, Mnln Street.
Ivy., continues tho watch repairing business
ut tho old stand. JJ nrninptnvss uml cnrcltil
work he hopes to merit tho pntromigo of those
who ilcsiro to hae their wuteho rcpaiieil without
ilatnugc being doun them. Surveyors' compasses
repairod ;ind other insfiitiieiiu requiring
delicate and accurato niljustiuent.
In retiring from business in Fr.inkfort I take
pleusuro in expressing niy entire cunlldcnco in
.Mr. S. Ay res. and from my Ion? acquaintance
with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend
bitii its every w.iy capablo of meeting the
expectation of my former patrons.
II. F. mi:ek.
Sept.
FOR A SHORT TIME
i
AVE WILL SELL
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
JLT THE 12
PRICES MENTIONED,
If the order is sent by mnil with post offioi (i u
registered letter, or postage stamps :
Silver Thimbles, open or dos3d ends, 24 cts.
Solid Silver (Sterling Guaranteed)
Tea Spoons, $3 85 per set.
Solid Silvei Tabie Spoons, $10 65.
EODGERS' BUTTEE KNIFE, 25 OTS.
KodgorH' Tea J"iooiih, $ I .BO per set.
Rodgers' Tabic Spoons, $2.o0,
Rodgers' Porks, $2.50 Per Set.
Rotors' Knives, $1.60 Per Set.
STEM WINDING N1GKLE CLOCK IT SI,
WITH ALARM. 51.50.
Solid Gold Kings, either with a set or plain
gold, fur tho littlo folks, 75 cents.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
WATCHES,
DIAMONDS,
.A.N1J
SILVER PLATED WARE !
Send for our Prices before you buy.
OTIS W. SaT'STDSB,
Manufacturing Javeler.
ftiST Work Sltop ami Sales Room: Upper st
opposite Court House, Lexington, Ay.
FRUIT TUBES.
FALL OF 1882.
A SUPERIOR tock of Fruit mid Ornuinontal
Trees, Small Fruit, Grapevines,
Plants, mid everything found in a
clang nursery establishment.
Wo employ no ngrntF, but glvo our commission
direct to tho planter. Wo refer to our old
patrons. Our now catalogue will bo sent on
application.
II. F. I1ILLKNMEYEU,
aep 6 tf Lexington, Ky.
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FRANKFORT, KY.. NOVEMBER
The Amnio lins tin ii;ency for
the Knickerbocker 'Biuce. No more round
nlioillilirri.
There vill he prciicliit.g nt tlic I.eestou'ii
Chinch to-morrow evening nttv quarter pnst
4 o'clock.
Foil Hunt. One. or two rooms, either
furnislieii or unfurnished, in ntiooil locntion.
Apply nt tlii.s oflice.
The City of Frmildorl came up yesterday
evening nnd will leave for Louisville at S
o'clock to-morrow iiiornitij:.
Fon RnxT. A coutnining six
room1!, located on Clinton street, near Washington.
Apply to Thrw. Lee.
Mr. C. V. Fincell ha opened a new meat
Htore in the room in the Mansion House
Mock formerly occupied hy Mr. Logan Mc-Kee,
where lie will keep constantly on hand
a full line ol frcdi and salt meatH, and will
fill orders promptly at rates. Call
and fec him.
Rumor bnyn tlmtii wedding will shortly
take place near Peytona. Shelby county,
that will tiHtonUli the native." in thnt section.
The parties have reached an age at which
they would lie least expected to commit
matrimony. The prospective luide and
Lgrootn have our hist wishes.
We have heard a jjicnt deal about tramps
running all sorts of risks to steal rides on
railroad trains, but a young man of that
persuasion performed a feat at the depot in
this city, one inoruiiij last week, that is
a little ahead of anything we have
heard of yet. When the morning passenger
train came from Louisville and stopped
at the platform, he took his stand
in the street by the side of one of the
coaches and waited until it commenced to
move off towards Lexington. When it
had gotten well started he quickly darted
under the car, climbed upon the truck frame,
curled his legs around the timbers and laid
u between the frame and the bottom of
i '(.'car went off with the train, and we sup-.
'-i reached the point he desired to go to in
A. we have heard nothing of a
limn In in um over between this citv and
' 1 v! tu ' in the last two weeks. lie' was
II. i g "i and rather small, which ac-
o um .' i- 'it in!: able to vet into so small
a u ink.
a
The M - 'n.ry i. uiu of Franklin Baptist
Assoeia. m v ill meet at the Baptist
Church in FranUort on Thuisday next, at
11 o'clock A. M. The following named
pciftons comprise said Board: Thos. Rodman,
sr., T. J. Stevenson, L. B. Witt, R. ,F.
.Shannon, .). B. Lewis. M. McGrew. T W.
Scott, Thos. Fanner, .1. Polk Moore, J. B.
Thar p.
J. M. LEWIS,
Ch'm.
The Muysville. Sunday Morning Call says:
The Winchester Sun, in rinking ol Rev. J
W. Mitchell, formerly pastor of the M. E
Church, south, in this city, nnd whose
friends in this section arc as numerous as
'.he snndci on the sea slioie, so to speak,
says :
Rev. ,L W. Mitchell, appointed bv the
last annual Conference of the M. E. Church
south, to the pastorate of the M. E. Church
south, at this place, is meeting with the
hearty approval of his congregation. He is
a preacher of niaiked ability, a thorough
christian gentleman, and a zealous worker
in the cause of the Muster.
Advertised Letters.
FitANKroiiT, Ky., Nov. 4, 18S2.
Brown, Anna .Johnson, Lettisha
Brnwner. Martha Mave, Hob
Brown, II T Miller, C W
Botkin, .lames Morris, John S
Campbell. Lusa A McOinnis, Win II
Donken. Boob Nickel, C L
Elides, Thomas J Oliver, El nam
Filtel, Cartheen Price. M .1
Gnrry, Henry Ryan, dossil1 L
Gardner, JolurW Scruggs. Alice
Handv, Nancy Scott, Evcrline
liarvy, Mary Washington, Larle
(Inner. Nohia Qiiency, Betlie
Hannaker, Sallie White, Fillie,
.Jones, Addie. Williams, Mattie
Johnson, Fannie Williamson, Sam'l
.lordaii, L A Parrenl, Wash
Say advertised when calling for these
letters. J. U.IIatuuitt, P M.
$100 Reward
Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't
be cured with (I nil's Catarrh Cure. Taken
internelly. Price 75 cunts.
Call.
If Messrs. IF. J. Todd, W. J. Chinn nnd
R. K. McClurc will consent to serve the
citizens ef the Third Wnrd in the next
Council they will receive very nearly the
unanimous support of the voters of that
ward. MANY VOTERS.
A Card.
To the voters of (hv Second Ward City of Frank
fort:
In response to the solicitations of numerous
friends and a call made upon
me through the Roundahout, I announce
mvsclf as a candid'ite for re-election to the
oflice of Councilman. Soliciting your support,
I am
Verv respectfully,
LEWIS MANGA X.
A Card.
To the voters of the. Second Want City of
Frankfort:
In response to a call made upon me to become
n candidate for Councilman, I hereby
announce myself and respectfully solicit
your support,
Respectfully.
tt. C. CHURCH.
A Card.
To the Voters of (he Second Ward :
Having been called upon in the last iue
of tne Rot'XDAiiOi'T, in connection with
Messrs. R C. Church and L. Mangan. tu
become a candidate for Councilman, alter
some reflection 1 bine concluded to so announce
myself. If elected I will
the duties to the best of my ability, lor the
interest of the whole city. The position I
do not seek nor want, but being urged to accept
bv some of mv best friends will so do.
.10IIN E. MILES.
Switzer.
Born. October 27th, to the wife of J. W.
McConnel, a daughter Annie Lee.
Mrs. Lizzie Hopkins is now visiting her
mother, Mrs. Griffith, in Owen county.
Aunt Nancv .Jones is spending several
days at Mr. .1. A Carter's this week.
Miss Annie Tlioui.isou, of New Castle, is
visiting her sister, Miss Ida. near this place.
It was B. F. Sutcr that was reported as
being very ill last week and hot B. T. Switzer,
as it appeared in print.
Mr. .John Ireland returned from Monterey
Inst Monday, where he hud been spending
several days with his dear girl.
We are expecting n visit from Mr. B. D.
Head, of Monterey, and we hope that he
will soon make his appearance.
North Fork Church will soon have a new
organ. Steps are already being taken to
procure one. We hope that the efforts of
who are laboring to that end will be
crowned with success.
Quite a number of our young folks went
hickorynut hunting last Wednesday. They
spent the who'e day traveling through the
timber and when evening came they returned
home without any hickoryuuts, or at
least very lew.
Oxcu a wi:i:k.
Bridgeport.
Mrs. Prue Chinn has been quite ill this
week.
Mr. D. D. Vannntta, of Shelby county,
was in the village this week.
Allie Wilson and Daiscy Parrent have
been very much indisposed this week.
Aunt Sallie Roberts is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Kizzie Vannntta, Shelby county.
Rub your specs, Mr. A. Miss Sue Robinson,
'ol Frankfort, is visiting in this
vicinity.
Mrs. Rosa and Emma Zook, of Belle
Point, have returned home from a viit to
fiieuds in this section.
Mr. Sargent and daughters. Miser
Amelia and Georgie, paid a vUit to lelatives
in Owen county this week.
Misses Bettie Roberts and Mary Robin
son, who have been visiting friends in
Shelby county, have returned home.
Roll of honor of Bridgeport school for
weekending Nov. 3d. IbSli: Charlie Russell,
Lena Roberts, Lucy Brown, Tillie
Branch. Annie Dowden, John Brown,
Samuellii Crockett, Emma Russell, Willie
Parrent, Charlie Watts, Ruthie Roberts.
Sallie Ruth Wilson, Bernice Jenkins and
Willie Russell.
"Buohupaiba."
Quick, complete cure, nil annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Discuses. $1.
Druggists.
EGBERT & SON,
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters.
BfijpPinin and Decorative Paper Hanging
a speciality.
Orders left at Averill's drug store will be promptly
attended to. April
4, 1882
nrcjuujjMJBiMi
HEW DEPARTURE !
Wholesale and
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES,
LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C,
Arc no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose to
sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-class.
BEST BRA2STDS OF
Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore.
All other goods handled in their season. Hunters' complete
outfits.
FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS,
Constantly on hand.
Fine Breech-loading Shot Guns a Specialty.
CA.TL.1L. AND SEE FOE YOURSELF.
Sept. 30-3 m.
How ArriYing!
AND FOR SALE
AT LOWEST PRICES
BY
R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.,
An Enormous Stook of
rJJ
For Fall and
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Our Staple and Nobby Hats
CANNOT BE
J. C. BUSH, D. D. S
FKANKPORT, IY.,
(Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.)
Can bo found at bis office from 8i u. ra. to 5 p.
ui. ready to do all kinds of ilcntal work to tho
entire satisfaction of those who may chosn to
patronize him. July
Number 7.
retail dealers in
AMD SHOES
Winter Wear.
EXCELLED
W. J. CHINN,
DKALKK IN
ALL KINDS OF COAL,
Willsollatthe rery lowed figures
FOR C A. S H !

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