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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 12 February 1887

i mhiwimi iniriiiMmiMiiM w iV Republican County Con vention A large awl enthusiastic meeting of the Republicans of Franklin Coun ty was held at the Court house on Monday Feb 7 1887 Capt E M Drane Chairman of the County Com mittee called the meeting to order On motion Gen D W Lindsey was made Chairman and J H Lewis Secretary A committee was appointed to re port a list of delegates consisting of one from each precinct as follows Court home W H Sneed Market house A U Norwood Gas house N I McDaniel Bridgeport J II Bailey Cedar Run 1 E Parrent Bild Knob Eli McDaniel Peaks Mill Win Church Forks Elkhorn C P Greenup Bloomington Wm Crutehfield Benson J B P Stigers Flat Creek R II Hales The committee retired and after a short time reported the following list of delegates which was unani mously adopted viz Bridgeport Jno V Jenkins Jos II Bailey Jake Arthur Wilder Du luy Bald Knob Eli McDaniel Thos hisolin Willard Pierce Flein Ma honey Hugh Burns Benson J B F Stigers las Set tles Forks Elkhorn ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

I to- L ii f u QEORGEA LEWIS Publisher Volume X Letter From Florida Ohtaxdo PrA Feb 8 1887 Dear Roundabout In my first letter I said if you thought my letter or letters worth and the spirit moved me Jublishiujr might write up Florida as I viewed it You have not said yet whether vou thought them worth publishing1 or not hut I find frequent notices of them in other papers besides private letters from friends in Kentucky and elsewhere as far as Texas Hut whether you like them or not you publish them all the same and as they poem to please my friends I will still write them as long as I stay or as long as I can find anything to write about without a repetition When one is stationed at one place tilings become monotonous I find tilings are now becoming somewhat homelike in many respects especial ly so far as business is concerned But I am determined to have my regular hours for recreation I am here for my health and do not in- tend to let business get control of me us it had at home We e...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

ti ir i N i KV li D toh urMicvnri v EtKVS K F T A7 30 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 75 cts cheap at 1 00 50 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 100 cheap at 125 25 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 150 cheap at 200 25 dozen French Wovn Corsets at 75 cts cheap at 100 to have the happy faculty of pleasing years and for a number of years all tastes carrica on Dusiness on iiroaaway usut IllxiUt the building John McDonald Janitor Humphrey Evans Night watchman and Ned Cummings Fireman They will go into office the first of March reliev ing the present force employed Mr Walter B Jones General Agent of the Provident Life Assurance Company of New York has written a number of risks in this city the past two weeks ine plan ot insurance offered by the company is unsur passed and the rates are down to hard pan being about iialf those charged by other Companies which commends it t all who wish first class insurance at the lowest ngures ine tfompany is perfectly reliable and is ably managed by the most...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

tfwwiEFpyjjqqiitiiniiiwrviTnwiTCi7C VTTTmSL MginjTW inV iMtfiT fi SdKfNMMBIfKWMi Ll V v- TstlLit 1MV1 i IP Conversation Between two Farmers 1st Farmer I say Jim they tell me that the folks arc talking about voting a tax on us farmers to build a railroad to Georgetown What do you think of it Ill tell you now Im agin it I have to pay all the taxes now that I can afford to and more I dont want any more of it in mine 2d Farmer Hold on Hill Not so fast my boy I want to talk with you a bit I was like you at the first blush but I got to thinking about it and by gravy I have just tcetotally changed my mind 1st F Hows that I know you was agin it before and I dont see what could have made you change But old boy lets hear what youve got to say shoot along 2d F Bill what did yc have to pay for coal before the govern ment got the locks and dams fixed up 1st F Wells my recollection serves mc twas about 22 or 26 cents But whats that got to do with taxes 2d F Wait awhile my boy and Ill show you You...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

fcj 1 K fr 1 A EH V- tf TJti V iilSihiv ftuCU FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable mutter GEORGE A LEWIS BcLitoe aaa3 XTabliielier J B LEWIS Assistant Editor FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 10 1887 When the Roundabout was first introduced to this commu nity nearly ten years ago it was a rather small affair but in Sep tember 1882 was enlarged to its present size owing to the increas ing demand upon our advertising space From time to time since then we have been compelled to issue a large supplement or double number in order to work off the accumulation of matter We have determined with this issue to make it an eight page paper of its present size in order to give our advertisers proper space and to accommodate our correspondents reserving suffi cient room for editorial and local matter so it may be safely said that the prediction of the late Col A G Hodges in speaking of our infant efforts in the newspaper line that the Roundabout would so...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

K 0 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 111 1887 The removal of the po3t office to the Government Building has demonstrated one thing very clearly and that is that a crossing will have to be laid down across the road leading to the wharf from Wapping street and also one across Wapping street immediately in front of the entrance to the post office These improvements should be made at once and the crossing of Wapping street at the inter section of St Clair raised The water rent for the next six months is due on the first of March The ladies of Versailles will give a Conclave of Authors on the 22d of this month Wm Gordon was fined fifty dol lars in the Circuit Court Tuesday for striking Frank Felieetti the Italian with a stone last August Mr J C OConnell of this county was robbed of 90 in Lex ington Tuesday Mrs E A Coyle mother of Mrs A J Kendall of this city died at her home in Louisville on Monday afternoon aged 78 years Messrs Wheat Skelton of Tyrone have rented the old Cot ton ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

B Sk T ktW f irBTYT t t j wBt2iv rataru is aajtii jbijm jnuuf mmj ju J uw mmmwmi Educational The regular monthly nieotinjr of the Comity JVkIhm As n i i ii mot on last Saturday in the oflkv of tin1 Adjutant General in the State Capitol The meeting was called to order at 10 oclock by President Thomas Hunter who delivered an elaborate midribs on the importance and object of the meeting Capt Jaines of the Educational Com ant opened the meeting by an nddiv u on English Grammar Prof lames Lost of IJridgeport High School elucidated his system of teaching English Grammar in masterly style Ml Thomas H Ford delivered one of his brightest orations on the eclec tic system of teaching English gram mar Prof Eil Porter Thompson of HurrNbuig Owen county candidate for tflite Superintendent of Public Instruction illustrated the meaning of grimmar so clearly that all present could distinctly understand It Col Hubert D Allen President of Kentucky Military Institute was next called on by the President ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

P 1iWPCTgsgW55gUIUiWBJU 1 JilHjLITJlBtaigewrgagW t 0V ft r etwtfAMtotftytnawatt8aaftag ILettcr froitt Mr Dargie el riiinii woium U 188 h lKTONr Maua 1Vll Roundabout It lias been several weeks since 1 la l wrot Duties crowd and press upon mr and I cannot always write to you when 1 would like to Hut 1 see you are favored with a new and Very live ly correspondent from the other cud of the line in the person of our mutual fuend Jno K Miles Tell him for me that I think his letters rival his flour and if he keeps on the day may come when the reputation of his J E M Will be completely over shadowed by his reputation as a literary fellow While Mr Miles gives you the balmy breezes of Florida laden with the fragrance of orange blossoms and magnolias I will even the thing up b pouting in upon you the livnerborcan blasts of ered and ice bound New England We have hardly had a glimpse of the bare brown earth since we came And as for ice the rivers arc frozen up so hard that in the recent tv rribl...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 February 1887

Rl m f a T gv Yvm ffywowpwTPWHiiwii Itf II i B 1 l Jfe L tftgJK S T X - It is just possible that this young Indy besides the interest she takes in nsEnraxa villa Hns one oyo on this handsome grocer for sequel Ask voir grocer for THE ROMANCE OF FRENCH VILLA vfeflsfcfc -- i ihiJii - y I rvV minim li piLj2Jlt fF his liberal administration the Yankee farmers receive but a mere pittance for their labor and that our party have all the rich suoils I am proud to see these vile Yankee farm ers sell tneir tobacco on tno Water- son low tariff system I love to see the times grow worse under our Democratic system of government I want you to stand up for our party in power at the State Capitol You see how they aggravate the Yankee school teachers by permit ting their accounts to be shorn at a ruinous rate You can see how smoothly our party have sunk the State in debt to the tune of about 2000000 just to spite the Yankees If ever the blamed Yankees get control of Ken tucky our honest Democratic ha...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

L If r V - - r Volume X Letter from Zcke Yocum Bull Skin Bkakch Rowing county Feb 87 Lucifer Yocum Harpers Ferry Ky Dear Nephew Your letter in the last issue of the Round bout the best paper published in northern Kentucky made me very prespoticens the woid just coined Was sorry to hear you are compelled to take morphine and chloroform for your nervous trouble Im in favor of Mr ClevelandJs Jfelegtion be cause of vetoing the pension bill thereby keeping the Yankee soldiers from filling their pockets with Democratic gold on say that it does your heart good to see the Yankee farmers getting a mere pittance for tobacco Your uncle would say amen but it hurts Democrats that you lov to see the times grow worse under Democratic rule Now it occurs to your uncle that you use a little ton much to calm your lifives Be c ireful as to size 01 dose in future my dear boy You ask me to stand up for our party at the State Capit 1 Would say in reply that vou need have no fears as long as Gov Kivitt and...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

t ft- 7 rr w 1 VI- 1 1 in TC Other cities and towns are so anxious to have natural gas that they are boring for it at every point where it is thought to exist but Frankfort with a known gas deposit in the centre of the city has not enterprise enough to open a well which was filled up years ago to shut off a flow of gas sufficient to have supplied a large portion of the city with fuel Rhea The great emotional actress the inimitable commedienne Rhea will appear at the Opera House Tues day March 8th This promises to be the fashionable event of the season Let our citizens show their appreciation of the efforts of the managers to secure the best possible talent by giving the ac complished actress an overflowing house The world renowned Bull Blayney minstrels will give one of their celebrated and unique per formances at their palatial hall in South Frankfort this evening Saturday Feb 26th The press all over the country where they have performed speak in the highest terms of this justly ce...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

WTjawryJIJPJUJUWB5JgaWBBgBM Payaie Hell Married on Tuesday evening February 22 1887 at the rcsi dence of the brides mother Mrs K A Bell in South Frankfort Miss Ida C LJell a popular young lady of this city and Mr Chas G Payne the genial book keeper for the Allen -Bradley Co Rqv A E Penick of the Episcopal Church officiating Promptly at 9 oclock the bridal party entered the parlor which was tastefully decorated with potted plants and hangiiig baskets and an arch of cedar and flowers formed a bower under which the minister stood The bride was prettily attired in a white aibatros drc s trimmed with bows and cascades of white satin ribbon with natural flowers Miss Nannie Browder presided at the piano and performed the wedding march mm Mr and Mrs Payne will board with Mr John W Payne brother of the groom The following is a list of presents received by the young couple f One dozen cut glass ice cream dishes Rev E A Penick one dozen silver knives and forks Mr and Mis II C Hall Pleasurevill...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

rfc f 9 u w El V J i v te U T t s M The Colored State Normal School It will be remembered by our readers that some time since the Commissioners to locate the Col ored State Normal School met here and accepted the proposition made by this city to locate the School on the Fort Hill It appears that at the time the negotiations were pending the colored people agreed to build the road to the proposed location In making the surveys and esti mates for the same it was discov ered that the road would cost more than double the amount at first supposed The title to the prop erty was also discovered to be in such shape that a clear title could not be obtained The City Council then deter mined to obtain other grounds for the location of the school Ac cordingly arrangements were made forthe purchase of other property The Commissioners met here on Saturday last and the formal tender was made of twenty three acres of ground near the residence of Col John L Scott on the Georgetown pike at the city l...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

MiUl F tT T Rev J T Hendricks D D will preach -it the Southern Prcs bytMian Gun di at n oclock to morrow m irnni4 The children of the City School were given holiday on Tuesday it being Washingtons birthday A rommil ee was appointed by the Board of Trade to act with the Council Committee to look into the question of opening the gas well at the corner of Main and High streets We are glad to state that Hon W J Chinn who has been so be about again The Board of Trade have re quested Prof Proctor of the Geo logical Survey to deliver a lecture on the resources ol Kentucky at their next meeting It is earnest ly hoped that the Professor will accede to this request The friends of our railroad in Scott cointy m at the Court house in Georgetown on last Sat urday and appointed a committee to attend the Paris conference on Wednesday last The committee was a good one and vill material ly help the cause The Board of Trade held a meeting on Monday night last and after the transaction of routine busi...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

9j N El i Ifi EJ Rk tr J r fs rt r - m Si r i 5 G rrpxp reStt5iiiiZJ jn uLhmtfjJgaMy IScliicatioiial Tlio KducatroVial Mass meeting of the Eleventh district TeacherV Association for the counLicM of Anderson Fayette Franklin Jes samine Scott ami Woodford which was held in the Court house at iicxiugton on last Tucs day was tdtYi posed of the star cciutMfoiB of tin- State and will long be i enu inhered Ah the great clocks in that beau tiful tity ceased chiming the hour of 1mi Col T Hunter President of the meeting and County Super intendont df Schools for Franklin arose and called the meeting to ordu I hen the divine blessing Was invoked by the Rev J P Walker of the M K Church Prof L II Pixton of Scott was nominated and elected Secre tary Pr f J D Pickett LL D and State Superintendent ol Public Instt notion aildiossed the meeting on Sch ol Finances His address did not set in to elicit applause Mi s Migcjio Downey of Frank fort wu called for She modest ly stepped forward and read a chaim...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

rjyjiiiiwrtManMiAWiaKqeMctni I n MUMwftiiimw isw Miss R i Morris has r turned from a vim relative in Lo- Isville Iin lMimii Averill Iuim i turned from u vl U to friends in Lot Isvllle Mks Vlodep Helm is tlie nest of Mrs A V Overton South H de Miss Alice NHsou spent fluidity With vwR U Hull r tihnv H lefomttp will leave Monday Tor Los Anjrles Cil fornia Ml Rue Bush left Tuiliv morn Ink fr I v141 lo fiitiids in Lor Bville Mv s R h Ritniuol left Tuesday morning for n visit to Louisvil e Major V V William mid wife werein the city on Wednesday iN s Tsalvi Pferimr of Kmitenee rs vi ciivr M l s Fannie Hullo Mr Web Gnday of Nt liville Tenn lias been in the eit this week 3Iis Fannie IndloeU has been miite sick For the lnt two or three days Mr M 1 Allen and wife lr ve re turned to their home in New York nfter a ten day visit to this ei y Mis May Morgan of this county left Tuesday afternoon for a isit to the family of Mr M P Cn ig at Salida Colorado Mis Mary Allen of Km nence spent several day...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 February 1887

fl iftpSnsS F2 t f Br FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Letter From Florida OithAttttO FiA Feb 21 1887 Jtm Roundabout I did Hot got my Inst letter fnnilcd in time to get it in the Issue I intended at least I suppose I did not as it Was not in Whether you got it of rot do not know haVe not received your lat issue look for it in to nights mail It was iny intention to write every other Week And have done so but Uucss on account of the last not getting in on time there will be two straight issues with them in If this is too much for you lav it over to smt yourself I hnv i ist come up to inv flour store from dinner Hefore Ic ivhig the hotel I looked at the ther mometer it was stinding at 86 This morning at 7 oclock it was 60 We are having verv little rain here now in fact I believe this is the dry season Not much rain now until about the first of July when the rainy season com mences and lasts through Julv and Aug 1st Today while walking out I picked up a handful of sand It wtstvt hot to hold comfort...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 5 March 1887

tta II i ift ft IS T 1 T kfc - i nm i m tra Tfriy iyJEirfflfc r YJfWSflW55r J Collars and Guffs done up equal to new Work ffuaranteed - 1 A Young Burglar Between 9 and 10 oclock Wed nesday night Dr V A Kalten brun and Mr W S Caplinger came out of Mr Henry Gobbers grocery on Broadway and as they stepped out on the street noticed a pair of feet sticking through a broken glass in the show window of Messrs Compton Macklin next door On examination they found Will Nelson a little eight-year-old negro crawfishing through the window took him in charge and turned him over to the police An investigation showed that the little rascal had broken out the glass and crawled in with the intention of stealing money but failing to find any was trying to get out of the window feet fore most when caught He went into the cash drawer which was empty and then succeeded in opening the safe the lock being set on one combination but was unable to get into the strong box When brought before Squire McDonald to...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 5 March 1887

ri It- B W4 f - x w w - W 1 v s n e Ftf fat Mr James Baldwin und family of funeral of Mrs E S Hodes Messrs Sam D James Rodman jr Johnson and left Tuesday morning lor jncw York to purchase their sping stock of dry goods Mrs J M Stephens who has been visiting her son Mr Wulker Steph ens in Knox county for several weeks will return home to day Mr John M Todd of Louisville attended the funeral of his sister Mrs E S Hodges on Monday re turning to Louisville that evening Mrs E G Booth and Mrs Dr Holland who have been visiting their sister Mrs Jos L Rodman re turned to Louisville Friday evening Mr Jos B Lewis left Tuesday night for Mt Sterling to take charge of the distillery of Messrs E H Tay lor Jr Sons at that place as Su perintendent Miss Annie Ward daughter of Judge J Q Ward who is attending school at Anchorage made n short visit to her parents in this city the first of the week Mrs Hempstead and daughter Miss Henrietta of Woodford county who have been visiting relatives in this city ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 5 March 1887

xi f P V 1 A if V77T5w JPea Ridge Weather mld and spring like Hens setting Milk cows scarce Tobacco all shipped Planters discouraged at the low prices Mr Pete Quire of Harp has rented the Harrod farm and will move here this week Those interesting letters from Bro Darsie and J E Miles arc highly appreciated here by the many friends of both gentlemen Coffee has gradually raised in price and lowered in quality while the never failing sassafras maintains its high standard of excellence and free for all Bro T N Arnold preached at the school house last Monday Bro A is quite a favorite here and was welcomed by quite a large congregation although the weather was very cold With a good pike already built and a railroad proposed in the near future Pea Ridge will prob ably soon apply for a city charter and in electing a mayor Capt Will Tracy should not be over looked He makes a good trus tee and would make a good mayor The excavations along the Pea Ridge pike are very interesting to -geologists...

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