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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 April 1887

1 t h FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Corrc gpondence of the Roundnbout The New South New Mineral Discoveries Decatur Ala April 13 1887 Mention has been made inci dentally of the discovery of large rnassesof iron ore within a few miles of Decatur This ore was found in the foothills in different places within six miles of this town and is easy of access At one place a large body of ore and a vein five feet in thickness is in sight and extends down an un known distance into the earth Steps arc being taken to develop the vein and to discover its ex tent as soon as possible A spec imen from another locality wichin five miles of Decatur was brought in and found to be a very fine looking red fossiliferous ore A most remarkable feature about it was brought to light when it was sent to Birmingham to be analyzed Mr Alfred T Braniard the well known analytical chemist and as sayist of Birmingham reported that this ore contains 55 per cent of metali iron and most im portant of all contains but one twentie...

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. — 30 April 1887

lLO - - ii iL m T1 - ITWMU - iay VufVJ W iTVrHKWJWl ip iVtor 7-T-v - T- FT - GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher Volume X A STUPENDOUS L 14bU DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS about the jail and at the depot out of curiosity to see them but noth ing like a mob assembled at any time It is true there was any number of street rumors of a mob coming from Louisville to take the men out and hang them which caused the jail to be guarded Monday night and crowds stood about on the corners on that night to see what would be done but they were largely composed of boys The men were kept here until Wednesday afternoon when they were returned to Louisville in charge of Sheriff John W Gaines and City Marshal J M Stephens We are confident that there is not a man woman or child in this city who is not satisfied that the two black fiends richly deserve speedy death at the hands of a mob but our citizens were per fectly willing that Louisville should conduct her own necktie socials the correspondents of the Loui...

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. — 30 April 1887

ft K aV WJ fefc fid M VVU t T U - tt naker in ueiiepoim Miss Kitty Warren and Miss Ada Haslett left Wednesday for a visit to friends in Cincinnati Mrs Samuel B Holmes spent Tuesday in Lexington with her sis ter Mrs Jas a Watson Miss Emma P Kavanaugh returned Sunday on the Hibcrnia From a visit to friends in Henry county Miss Almira Honnaker is very ill with bronchitis she has been confin ed to her bed for two weeks Mr Martin Winn a prominent young business man of Louisville was in town the first of this week Mrs H A Guthrie of Lexington who has been visiting her aunt Mrs iijiVifciiii Jl jj - - - - nuJmiuJ A IHsJP mtmmiz J W Cannon returned home Satur day Miss Edith Ellison and Mrs Adams of New York City are visiting Mrs L P Tarleton at Fleet wood Mrs H Howe Watson and chil dren have been visiting Mrs Lucas Brodhead at Spring Station this week Mrs Dr B B Lewis of Flint Hill Missouri who has been visiting rela tives in this city returned home last Thursday Miss Kittle Hunt a most char...

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. — 30 April 1887

fr I It M The Convention In our last issue wc predicted that the Democratic Mass Conven tion which met in this city Satur day afternoon would be an old time howler but it double dis counted anything of the kind ever held in this county before It was a daisy and no mistake Early in the day the country people began to gather in and when the con vention was called to order at 2 oclock by Peter Jett Esq the venerable chairman of the County Committee the Court house was so densely packed that it was impossible to conduct the business of the meeting there and an ad journment was had to the State House yard The interest of the delegates seemed to centre in the race for State Treasurer and the friends of Hon Jas W Tate and Mr W T B South the two candidates for that position were on hand early and worked like beavers each side being determined to se cure the chairmanship of the con vention When the crowd had gath ered in the State House yard Mr Jett announced that nominations were in order f...

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. — 30 April 1887

1 V IK V fV r r I i4U v if- f V i a A 1 I t iff r FRANKFORT KOUNlABUUTto branch off at Mt Sterling or Kutered at the post office nt Frnnkfort Kentucky as second cluss mailable mutter GEORGE A LEWIS Editoc rad XtalDlislier FRANKFORT APRIL 30 1887 Our Railroads When Gen W T Sherman at the outsej of the war made the statement in Louisville that he needed 200000 men to achieve complete success over the Con federates the reputed wise men of the day ridiculed it as a joke and called him crazy So when Josh Bell as the en voy of the Danville people met the then railroad magnate James Guthrie at Stanford with a view to having the Knoxville branch railroad pass through the former city and stated to Mr Guthrie that railroads were of little value any way and that whether the people contributed any thing or not for the purpose the Knoxville branch would have to go through Danville Mr Guthrie abruptly closed the interview by remarking that he would run the Knoxville branch just near enough to Dan...

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. — 30 April 1887

1 1 I f I m 1 I PttANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 80 1887 TIME TABLE TKAINB EABT No 18 leaves Frnnkfort 1003 n m No 22 lenvea Frnnkfort 50B p No 20 leaves Frnnkfort 947 p No 24 nrrivea Frnnkfort 800 p i 1 m m m TRAINS WEBT No 23 leaves Frnnkfort 54fi n m No 17 loaves Frnnkfort 8lfi a m No 21 leaves Frankfort 156 p m No IS leaves Frankfort 450 p m Trains No 23 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con nect at AnchornRo for Shelbyville Shelbyville wants natural gas too and is going to Bore for it The ladies of the First Presby terian Church will give a festival for the benefit of their church as soon as strawberries come into the market Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati will make his regular monthly visit to this city on Saturday next May 7th and will be at the Capital Hotel as usual Gray Church have a lot of tin ware at cost See the prices Mr Harry Rodman celebrated his 1 8th birthday on Monday the 25th by giving a euchre party which was largely attended and very much ...

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. — 30 April 1887

i ni swwiPWTOmiJiJini T fli viiihi fftfMMlnnini ii fi1 P V- f I O O TP V tf r R 6 IT t P ift i Celebration of the JSth Anniver sary of the Order By Capital Lodge No 6 Tuesday April 26th being the C8th an niversary of tho organization of Odd Fellowship in tho United States tho day was celebrated with appropriate ceremo nies by Capital Lodge ita 6 and Canton Wildey No At 2 oclock in the after noon they assembled at tho Temple on St Clair street and a delegation headed by tho Frankfort Cornet Band procooded to the depot and received A delegation from Lexington composed of members of Canton Lexington No 1 and Merrick and Friendship Lodges Roturning to the Temple a procession was formed under command of Past Grand W S Dehoney in the following order 1 Frankfort Comet Band 2 Canton Wildey No 3 3 Canton Lexington No 1 4 Members of Capital Lodge No 6 Merrick Lodge No 31 Friendship Lodge No 5 and Stoney Creek Lodge No After parad ing tho principal streets of tho city the procession returned t...

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. — 30 April 1887

t3 if i i vt rs i H V nwymw READ WHAT CAN m BE y 7 FOUND ONE FRANKFORT HOUSE Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves and the celebrated Gate City Stone Filter Bath Tubs Wash Stands Hydrants Kitchen Sinks Water Closets and everything necessary to do sani tary work A complete line of Gas Fixtures in Chandeliers Brackets and Hall Lights A large assortment of Gtfs Globes 25 cents to three dollars each The largest assortment of Glassware bought di rect from the manufacturers in large quantities to get bottom prices to be found in the city Call and see them the prices cannot be duplicated The largest and best selected stock of Queens ware ever brought to Frankfort Tea sets from S3 50 up Dinner Sets from 850 up Chamber sets from S3 50 up Opaque China in broken stock French China Carlsbad Bohemian Hungarian Royal Wor cescer and other fancy goods too numerous to mention UJ The largest stock of Stoves kept by any retail house in central Kentucky and at bottom prices All sizes of grates from 16 to 24 in...

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. — 30 April 1887

F 7 EM ft V I v t r - if 1 4 H j FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Barretts Greatest Effort The Ever Popular Sawdust Impressario Eclipses His Own Record That the circus possesses charms of unrivaled potency is again manifested by the lively interest taken by our citizens generally in the coming of S H Barretts New United Monster Shows which ex hibit here on Tuesday May loth The general opinion is that Mana ger Barrett will produce some de cided novelties and the indica tions are that the exhibition will attract a class of people who rarely attend an entertainment of this style Barrett it is said pre sents a more diversified and novel circus performance than any of his contemporaries Acts are given simultaneous in three rings and on a large central stage by a corps of two hundred performers including many of the noted bare back rideis acrobats aerialists boxers vaulters wrestlers and swordsmen of both this country and Europe Some of the most sensational features are the per formances of Donald Mc...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 30 April 1887

i r j nnnunnnmi r 1 IK i tf r nuunuHDUu T SUDDI en FRANKFORT KY APRIL 30 1887 Pea Ridge Warmer weather Corn planting has commenced Sain Tracy has the measles Hell wear em out The storm last week blew down Mr C Pierces barn Mr Will Tracy attended the great convention and was highly amused Mrs Lucy Tracy and Mrs W Den nis visited Bolle Point last Wednes day Measles on the Ridge This is a good place for juvenile visitors lo keep away from Fences were shattered by the storm last week and the heavy rain washed garden stuff out of the ground Mr Polk has about fought the measles to the end His two brothers Ben and Walter are now down with the same complaint The convention in Frankfort was a failure as it deserved to be It was unfair and consequently not Demo cratic Had it been a success the county Democrocy would have met in their precincts to choose delegates to the Louisville convention and ig nore the action of the convention manipulators Since the Stevens lane was closed the Ilidge is ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 30 April 1887

Opinion of Mr Thompson State Geologist of Indi ana on tlie Gas Question Gas has been found from eighty six feet below to ninety nine feet above the sea level The conditions attending its dis covery do not depend upon any general feature of the Trenton limestone and if its features were continuous says Maurice Thompson the Stato Geologist one might expoct to find gas or oil wherever tho rock was reached Mr Thompson further states that the bores so far made show that the Lower Silurian strata are undulat ed in an irregular way while some of the undulations of the Trenton limestone are abrupt and remarkable He concludes that it is plain to my mind that gas stored in a highly porous limestone could be held within only by an impervious cov ering Therefore if at any point the overlying strata have been cracked dis placed or in any way rent and the vent is still open gas will not be found No doubt tho immenso clay deposits of tho drift have been of great service in closing up most of the f...

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. — 7 May 1887

h jp r 4 s 1 r v A FEND AN Collars and Ouffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed A Former Frankfort Boy Honored We clip the following account of the presentation of a Past Com manders jewel to Mr J F Lewis formerly of this city by the members of Louisville Com mandery No i Knights Tem plar from the Louisville Sunday Argus of May 1st For several days it had been quietly whispered around that something unusual was to occur nt the annual raeoting of Louisville Commandery on Thursday night in consequence of which the asy lum was pretty well filled by a good natured and expectant assemblage of tho Sir Knights of Louisville Coininandory with it sprinkling of visitors from De Molny Commandery The event of the evening was tho presentation to Past Emi nent Commander John F Lewis of a most elegant gold badge of the order handsomely enameled and engraved and encased in a substantial satin lined mo rocco case Sir Tom Tiraborlako did tho honors for tho Commandery which by this elegant testimoni...

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. — 7 May 1887

ik 3 n iff V V - i trv W 4 I V TiMi1JJiUiiJJiLUtiliiiiiT IfTpyfrf i n - limit rnMiiirniiiiiiiiiiirtMrirwMiMWWiMiiiwin j AjAggfategggagM ii i i Tji7Tiiii friiT i i in VT T PT 4 1 I j FOR THE COMING WEEK WE ARE GOING TO OFFER GREAT BARGAINS Dry Goods Notions his friends who took him to his home in Midway m The Young Mens Dancing Class of this city gave a very pleasant hop at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday evening The at tendance was large and the young people enjoyed themselves until a late hour The musjc was furnish ed by the Frankfort String Band and it was first class As the west bound C O train was going out Thursday afternoon an old colored man by the name of Walker who is near ly bent clouble with age and very hard of hearing attempted t OUR STOCK OF Gents Furnishing Goods Carpets OIL CLOTHS AND RUGS Is complete in style and quality and for prices all we ask is a call and we will convince the closest of buyers that we have one of the largest and CHEAPEST LINES OF GOODS IN THE CI...

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. — 7 May 1887

trVW42S7 r t Antiocli In fr i ftjjfaLAt The Kentucky Homeopathic Medical Society met at the court house in Lexington on the 4th inst of which Dr J A Lucy was President Rev R T Mathews opened the meeting with prater The Vice President Dr G M Ockford welcomed the visiting physicians The Secretary Trcas urerand several committees made their report and an adjournment was had until 230 oclock when the society was addressed by Drs McDcrmott and Crab of Cincin nati The second days meeting was taken up with the reports and dis cussions of the several bureaux Among the prominent physi cians in attendance were Dr J A Lucy of the State Board of Health and President of the soci ety Prof Pratt of Chicago and rrofs Mr McDermott and Crabb of Cincinnati Dr Daniel Gober Sjrgeon to the Kentucky Peni tentiary and E M Gober or Frankfort Dr C P Meridith of Eminence Dr J A Vansant of Mt Sterling Dr A L Mon roe of Louisville Drs G M Ockford J F Edgar and H Bewlay of Lexington Dr 0 H Breck of Paris H C Keh...

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. — 7 May 1887

4 - m i p V V V T 4 rv FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEORGE A LEWIS Belli r and Evutalislier FRANKFORT MAY 7 1887 Tlie Fire Alarm Service The Frankfort Board of Trade at its last regular meeting adopted a resolution by unanimous vote recommending the purchase by the City Council of a fire alarm telegraph To facilitate the speedy introduction of this adjunct to the fire department it was recom mended that one of the fire engines now made useless by the new water works be speedily sold and the proceeds be appropriated as part of the cost of the desired fire alarm It is proper and right that one of the engines be kept on hand for such emergencies as may arise in the event of defect in the water works and until the latter become thoroughly reliable for fire pur poses But only one is necessary and the other is a useless append age The longer it is kept the less value it will have To sell it and sell it quick is a pla...

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. — 7 May 1887

X TftSff 2 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 7 1887 The Main Street Base Ball Club declared a dividend of eighty five cents the first of the week Gray Church have a lot of tin ware at cost See the prices The Frankfort Brick Company have purchased machinery for mak ing brick and will soon begin work Hoes rakes lawn mowers at the anvil house of Gray Church Persons wishing to invest in city property would do well to call and sec Mr Chas R Gresham on Second street A pleasure to shave with one of the fine razors from Gray Church o Mr Chas Newton of this coun ty the skillful lightning jerker is in Lexington reporting the races for the telegraph company and will attend the races at Louisville and Latonia in a similar capacity Immense stock of cutlery razors straps scissors at the big anvil house of Gray Church m The School Trustees have very wisely determined to purchase a few music books for the use of the school Those who find it incon venient to buy a book just now will have the use of...

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. — 7 May 1887

s V f K ri Eft Vv to Ss tr wTWTptswr x V- Flajj Fork Prayer and penitence weekly at Sand riffle Flag Fork pays 50 a month to her school teachers Another dense audience at the National Sunday school Sandrifflc has become a celestial paradise of praise and prayer Flag Fork will sit like the center of a star amid five great thorough fares Our genial postmaster has a very sore elbow which he carries in a sling Mr James Gordon writes from Kansas that laborers get 150 a day there Capt George Quire our esteemed townsman consents to accept an agency for the invincible Roundabout Our local geologist asserts that there is a strata of coal here His theory is based on some bloom found in this region Mr James Harp the Sandriffle bard compliments Nick Varner in a comical satire Old Nick ran off with another mans wife Our merchants have decided to open their stores on Sundays for the sale of tobacco and gum exclusively This move is to break down giggling and talking in Church Judge D Bailey desire...

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. — 7 May 1887

l IV I H VM xSSSiSS VK TRW -pr jw vr r i Letter From tot Miles FUankfout Kv May 4 1887 JOtat Roundabout Once moic after an absence of four months I am at home and right glad am I to be there There is something about home that causes one to feel very different at least it does me when they get there than any other place on earth There is something in the word to my mind that implies rest getting home going home being at home traveling home and rest how I enjoy it Of course there was some excitement after getting home in meeting and shaking hands with friends friends that I knew to be friends and right neartny did 1 enjoy it 1 ne ex citement has rather unnerved me this with some worry in business before leaving Florida the trip home and eating food on the way I should not have eaten Am not near so well as I have been but by care hope in a few days to be myself once more At the re quest of yourself and a great many others I have concluded to write up from where I left off in my last le...

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. — 7 May 1887

ft p f 4 V I 1K 5JPW CRANK FORT ROUNDABOUT steered directly to it When within two or three hundred yards of it the smell of sulphur became strong and as we got nearer it was very strong The water that boiled up was a different color from the ocean water the latter being a deep blue the former a yellowish color and covering about one acre I judged from looking at it All of the party saw it Some barely saw it being too sick to get up just raised their heads ana barely saw it but all said they smelt it The captain said there was but few people living in St Augustine who had ever seen ir and did not believe it was there The water that boils up is not so salty as the sea water and I judge has no salt about it when it comes out but of course mixes with the salt water What an immense hole there must be in the bottom I forgot to state the captain told us the water there was S fathoms deep Now to find out how deep this is examine your arithmetic I have forgotten and have not taken the time t...

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. — 14 May 1887

I- i w B u r m I r - Volume X A STUPENDOUS m m Cokixtii Miss Jan 1ft 1887 Ever since I came out of the war up to two yours ago I hud catarrh At times the disease was very offen sive I tried all the doctors that I could see and nearly every catarrh medicine that I saw advertised but I got no permanent relief until two years ajjo when I began taking S S a I felt immediate benefit from the medicine and after taking six bottles I felt like a now man When I be gan using the medicine 1 was in a very bad condition my digestion was poor I had rheumatic pains in my knees and my feet were always cold These unpleasant conditions were remcUied at once by Swifts Specific I ceased using the medicine after six bottles because I felt so well that I was entirely cured This past fall however had a relapse evidently 1 had stopped taking S S S too soon So I at once began with the medicine and am happy to tell you that I am very much improved my general health being excellent and the ca tarrh rapid disa...

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