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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 18 June 1887

1crNoiiaiH Mlsa Maggie L is returned from Lexington on Fililuy morning Mr Howard Orbiaon has return ed home from school in Virginia Judge F R Felaiid of Anderson county was in the city last week Gen S B Buckner of Hart county was in the city this week Mr Matt A Fnhy of Indianapolis is visiting his mother in this city Miss Ada Railoy of Midway is vis iting Miss Ruhy llingo South Side Miss Ella Sheets of Hatton re turned home on yesterday Mr V M Taylor ofVesMnillw was in the city on Tuesday Hon John Feland Republican can didate for Attorney fJeneral was in the city on Saturday last Mr Henry Lindsey and Mr Fayette Hewitt jr have returned liome from school in Louisville Mr A H McClure and wife re turned from Shelhyville on Friday evening John Shelby Esq of Lexington was in the city the first of the week on legal business IJttle Miss Effle Lewis of Midway spent Monday in the city the guest of MNs Mary Keith Miles Chas J Clarke Esq of Louis ville spent Sunday with relatives near 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. — 18 June 1887

Speaking Judge Wm Lindsay and others precinct at Benson depot on Saturday next June 25th 1887 in the interest of the Paris George town and Frankfort Railroad Speaking to commence at three oclock Judge Wm Lindsay aid other will address the voters of Switzer on -Friday June 24th 1887 in the interest of the Paris George town and Frankfort Railroad Gen D W Lindsay Judge Lysander Hord Thos B Ford and others will address the voters of Peaks Mill on Saturday June 25th in the interest of the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Rail road Speaking to commence at three oclock Do not forget the Tea to be given by t e ladies of the M E Church on next Thursday 23d inst between six and ten p m at the Fincel Block South Side Franklin county has undertaken the task to blaze the way for her sister counties along the line of the P G and F R R In her lead they will follow Let there be no halting then on the part of the earnest workers in this county Every man can do his part in convincing his neighbor The m...

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. — 18 June 1887

t f H FRANKFORT KUUNDAMIT thk schbmehs at work Entered nt the piM ofnce ut Frankfort Kcnluckr as second class mailable matter GEORGE A LEWIS Editor asicSL ZFviTslislvcr FRANKFORT JUNE 18 18H7 There is a great deal of talk among those who oppose the rail road about the employment of convict labor in its construction Now we are as unalterably op posed to the use of convicts out side the prison walls as any one and we do not propose to abate one jot or tittle of our opposition But let us sec for arguments sake what would be the state of case if they should beso employ ed It will require at least 1500 or 1600 men to build the road Where are they to come from Certainly there cannot be more than about 100 more cqnvicts used outside of the prison than there are now out The law requires a specific number to be at all times kept within the walls Thcie are now only that number there and consequently none to be used on the road Remember now that what we have said is said simply to show that th...

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. — 18 June 1887

KKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNE J8 1887 TIME TABLE THAINH BAHT No 18 loaves Frankfort 1003 a m No 22 leaves Frankfort 503 p tn No 20 leavss Frnnkfort 947 p m No 24 nrrives Frnnkfort 800 p m TBAINH WBST No 23 leaves Frnnkfort 545 a ra No 17 leaves Frankfort 815 a m No 21 leaves Frankfort 155 p m No 10 loaves Frankfort 450 p m Trnins No 23 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con nect at Anchorage for Bltelhyvillo Smoke the White Wing Cigar at LeCompte Carpenters 37 0 tn The L N R R has author ized the sale of half rate tickets from Louisville and Lexington and all intermediate points to this city to day to enable the people to at tend the Hart Memorial Ser vices Tickets good to return on to morrow as well as to day m Blue Lick Water fresh from the Springs on draught at LeCompte Carpenters 3 Mr D M Woodson Engineer in Chief on the Versailles and Midway railroad received orders on Saturday to commence work again on the Georgetown exten sion of said road which is ...

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. — 18 June 1887

Forks of Elkliorn Mr Martin Curry is quite ick Mr Willnrcl Feathcrston is bet ter Mr James Hughes has begun the foundation of his new house Miss Beulah Stone is on a visit to her aunt Mrs G C Hughes Misses Jennie Goddard and Jen nie Macklin have arrived home from school at Georgetown Messrs Howard and Joe man attended the commencement exercises at Georgetown Mr Frank French sold a nice saddle and harness mare to Mrs1 Giten at the toll gate Miss Alice and Mr Lee French svent a few days in Shelby county last week Mrs Ann Bedford has a small trunk and jewelry box that is 120 years old Bro Williams will preach at the school house to morrow evening at 8 oclock Mr Barry South and family of Frankfort will spend the summer with Mrs William Jones near thi place Mr Cass Souths large and shady yard was thrown open for the speaking crowd last Saturday for which courtesy many thanks are due him Miss Lelia Taylor who has been very sick at Midway is better and is visiting her sister Mrs Rvland Bed...

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. — 18 June 1887

i The charter rights and fran chises of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort railroad areowned by the Board of Trade of Frankfort and their representatives are the Presi dent and Directors named and se lected by them The statement that this valuable franchise had been sold is false in every particu lar and was circulated to injure the proposition before the people Judge Wm Lindsay is absent from the city but has authorized an official denial that any sale has been made or is contemplated We leatn that some party un known was riding up and down the Lewis Ferry pike just outside the city limits making night hide ous on Monday and Tuesday last by yelling and shooting off a pis tol As this is out of the juris diction of our police we would suggest that some of the county officials look into this matter Capt L D Blondell Americas Champion Long Distance Swim mer will give an exhibition of his ability in that direction by swim ming eight miles on the Kentucky river from this city on Sunday June ...

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. — 18 June 1887

m v I 5 9- t the future and her hope was more than fully realized for she has a population of 125000 with increased valuation to pay the interest on the loan and the loan itself when it matures She has made herself a magnifi cent city with her 17 railroads by a littlc enterprise and a bold spirit to grasp the future Where there are manufactories there must be hands to operate them They require houses and food for themselves and families Thus we see again what industry has done for St Paul as regards capital invested and an increase of population on account of her manufactories as is so fully shown by the following As showing the gradual growth of the manufacturing in terest of St Paul the following figures will be interesting M8So establishments 542 hands 6029 products 11606 824 1 88 1 establishments 667 hands 8188 value of products 15466201 1882 establishments 694 hands 12267 products 22390- 589 1883 establishments 758 harids 13979 products 25885- 471 1 884 establishments 843 hands...

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. — 25 June 1887

rr Fkankfokt Ky June 23d 1887 Dear Ron i about Sometimes I think I will tire von and your readers but the interest I feel in the prosperity of Frankfort prompts me to go on My whole time is spent and will be spent up to the eening and the close of the polls on the 6th of July in the furtherance of this pood work when I hope to raise the shout over Franklin countys having given i 000 majority for the railroad The opposition is yield- ing and falling into line daily and hourly Treat every one kindly Do not get into a street argument with them but take them quietlv and show them the personal ad vantages and the generil advanta ges the road will be to them whether in town or in the remotest portions of the county when many if not all of the most vioent of them will yield their opposition and say I never understood the question before Business men of Fratikfort spend a day now and then in the country Go to Peaks Mill Bald Knob Benspn Bridgeport Ftrmdale and tell the story Tell it truthfu...

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. — 25 June 1887

t T5 A A 21 Pergonals Miso Natalie Snwei h visiting relative in Covington Miss Alice NcUnu U visiting Miss- Malti Page South Siile MiVJiis p Ainsclen of Vurviilles wn in the city ycitcnlay Col A M Swnpe of luvington was in the city on Tuesday Dr K E Ilunie male a Hying trip to Louisville week Jen Jis V Rnlihron of Lexington wa ill town Monday Mrs M W Willnit of M uiterey is vis tting Mrs Ada itnctt Dr L X Taylor of Cirrolliou is st p ping at the Buhr Hotel Mrs M Y 11 Scott returned Tuesday from a visit to Louisville Mips ElVie Jeers was in the city this week visiting Mrs Henry Ilrown Prof W H Ihrllinlomew of Louisville was in the city on Saturday Mr Paul Moiifml wife and child are stopping at the Cipital Hotel Mr Hen Gray of Louisville spent Sat urday and Sunday in the city Miss MaryE Sullivan left yistertlay for her future home in Louisville Mr WmT Lindsey returntd Tnesday from the University of Virginia Miss Sue Rush left Friday to visit her sister Mrs Martin of Cyntltiaha Major D...

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. — 25 June 1887

That arrant scoundrel and red handed murderer Craig Tolliver of Rowan county has at last met his deserts and has died with hi boots on It is well known that he has been defying the law and using his office of Police Judge of Morchead as a means of carrying nut his schemes of rapine and murder The sheriff of Rowan county under authority of a warrant for Tollivers arrest for murdering the two young Logans which murder was recently committed formed a posse of some zoo of the best and bravest men of the county armed with Winchester rifles surrounded the town of Morehead on Wedncs day morning last and demanded that Tolliver and his party sur render to the law Tolliver defi antly refused fired on the posse and retreated into the Central Hotel which he had barricaded for the purpose- The battle was kept up until Tolliver found his quarters getting too hot for him and endeavored to escape across the street into the brush but was shot down together with his two cousins and another of his fol...

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. — 25 June 1887

tcwmimmmr M i M KHAlNKFOHTKOUNDAliOUT Entered at the post oillco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class miilliiblo matter GEORGE A LEWIS E3dttoc and EviTollBlicr FRANKFORT JUNE 25 1BS7 TIME TABLE TBAINK KAhT No 18 loaves Franhfoit 1001 n m No il2 leaves Frankfort 50il p m No JO loaves Frankfort i47 p in No 24 arrives Frankfort 800 p m TBATHH WFRT No S3 leaves Frankfort r4fi a m No 17 leaves Frankfort 815 a m No ai loaves Frankfort 15 p m No 1 leaves Frankfort 450 p in Train No 21 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 2it and 21 con nect at Anchorago for Shelbyville Judge Wm Lindsay Jndtc Geo V Craddock and Col Lew is E Harvitt addressed the people at the Court House on Monday last in the interest of the P G F Railroad Judge Lindsays speech was the longest of the three and went into an exhaustive statement in regard to the whole matter clear ing away all matters of dobt and leaving the opponents of -the road -not a single foot of ground to -stand upon To our mind after vone of...

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. — 25 June 1887

KKAlNKFOtfT KOUNHAMUT They talk laugh or Riggle if FRANKFORT JUNE 2r 1887 The alarm of fire on Friday night was occasioned by a small blaze in the penitentiary and was easily extinguished Col C E Hoge of the Mason Foard Company made the Salva tion Army a present of one dozen new chairs lor use in their Main street hall Prof T M Turner had roasting ears and cucumbers from his gar den on Saturday last the i8th inst The first of the season in this section Ground was broken on Thurs day for a two story seven room frame residence for Mr W H Posey on the corner of Third and Main streets South Side Mr D J Hubbeil sr died at liis residence in this city on Tuesday morning last in the 82d year of his age We noted in our last his serious illness but did hot think the end was so near Mr Hubbeil was a quiet industrious and honorable man and has gone to reap the reward of an upright life The south boiler of the water works was exploded on Monday evening the damage however is very slight The repai...

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. — 25 June 1887

c Balrl Knob Mr las Sanlord was a guest Mrs flattery last Sunday Maj Jas Young will shortly wed one of our most charming young ladies Henry Rodgers is using his best endeavors to defeat the railroad proposition Sorry There is a lady on Flat Creek who is retailing kisses at a dollar each If you doubt ask any of the bhoys Frank Chinn will address the citizens on the railroad proposition at Bald Knob school house today at 2 oclock Let us all turn out and hear his side of the case Mr Jas Harrod the gifted lo gician and talented orator of bv countv made a most terrihe effort against the railroad proposi tion at uur school house last Satur day Dr Robinson is on the rampage against the railroad Spect he -will successfully answer Judge Lindsay when he comes Fact is the Dr stands right square on principle and dont want his great grandchildren to be a cussin of him all their lives Your able correspondent Jumoo has accepted the public school at Sheep Pen near Bridge port and will hereafter be ...

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. — 25 June 1887

Forks of Elkhorn Miss Murphy lias returned Hiome after a visit to Louisville Miss Mattie Robb visited Miss iMurphy last week Miss Beulah Stone is visiting Mrs Mart South Miss Bcttie Odon and Mrs Smith of Cynthiana were at Mrs Ryland Bedfords last week Miss Lelia Taylors health is improving Misses Heppard and Moore of Georgetown were at the rainbow party Misses Woodruff and Morton two accomplished and beautiful young ladies of Lexington are visiting Miss Annie Wood Mr E H Trabue and wife of Louisville were at Mrs Murphys last week Hon Jas W Tate and wife of Franklort were at the rainbow party No convicts will be worked on the railroad So says Judge Lindsay We are informed by reliable Frankfort authority that when ever Mr M goes to Louis ville he registers his name as General M Mr Steve Black has been on the sick list this week Mr Cox gave a humorous address at the party on the way Messrs Waller Lewis and Alex Macklin delivered their first speech at school The subject of Mr Macklin wa...

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. — 25 June 1887

8 FRANKFORT ROUNDAIiOUT company from anywhere contiols or runs it Everv county has its Iolsgkovf Ky Jun 24 liiii tor Routdabout There arc a preat manv who sav they are opposed to taxation amount voted was so large it so embarrassed them they have never gotten over it This was the case with Shelby county She voted seven hundred thousand dollars to two roads and only got thirty or forty miles of road and had the money to pay If I understand and I believe I do the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort is to be built by the counties alone through which it is to run No airector it will be Diult run and controled by them and by them alone just as our turnpikes are ccntroled but I think upon more business like principles Il the counties through which it irom principle 1 nave ueim rins yotc tho tax thc road wi1 bc this all my life but never thought J contaclod to bu buit bv thu nvcn atxnt it unui very recently irrtirs n il v rv lowost nosi - 1 1 hate studied this principle with bc riccno mjdlife m...

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. — 2 July 1887

PH I JM V v n - c -7 The GEORGE A LEWIS Publishgr Volume X Communicated Frankfort Ky June 30 S Deaf Roundabout I promised to write a letter every week up to the 6th of July besides giving my whole time to procur ing the vote of Franklin county in favor of the railroad tax This toeing yonr last issue before the 6th this of course willvbe my last v letter on this subject and may be the last on any subject In all I iiave said or written I have tried to avoid giving any offense tb any individual I have tried faithfully in every particular to tell the truth strictly not to misrepresent to keep out of arguments with all persons but to reason with and show them that each and every one in the county had an interest 5n this road that Frankfort and Franklin county are one that it would be as impossible for Frank fort to prosper without the county prospering with her as it would ibe for the body of any human or other being to prosper without the Ihead arms and legs being bene fitted If the bod...

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. — 2 July 1887

R- he fci Jr F V ft w J v v i re r fv m Hff7T fYTF Personals Col V C P Breckiniidge was in town this week Mr Jas B Newman left Friday for Crab Orchard Miss Edna Johnston has returned from school at Paris Mr Peter I Railey of Versailles was in town on Thursday Miss Christine Reynolds is visiting rela tives in Lexington Mrs Mary Tyler left Wednesday to visit friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs Russell McRery returned Saturday from Chicago Hon R L Ewell of London Ky was in the city on Tuesday last Mrs Judge Lewis returned Saturday from a visit to Louisville Dr W B Conery of Chicago Ills is visiting friends in this city Mr Findlay Bush of Louisville is visit ing his parents in this city Mrs W H Grider accompanied her sis ter Mrs Meek to St Louis Miss Jennie Morrow went down to An chorage on Monday evening Mr Cabell B Bullock of Lexington has been in the city this week Capt Geo T Stagg left Saturday for a business trip to the eastern cities Mr J L Zeigler of Eylau Texas is on a visit to his ...

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. — 2 July 1887

I U ts The grand jury stood nine to seven in favor of the railroad The new sewer on St Clair street is being rapidly excavated It will fill a much needed want Messrs Miles Son have just completed a sewer from their mill to the great Broadway street out lets Fruit jars at bottom -figures at Bucklevs 442t We would call attention to the statement of the condition and div idend notice of the Deposit Bank This bank is a safe reliable institu tion Use only the stamped iron double lined oven with your gaso line stove Buckley has them 44 2t We would call attention to the card of W S Dehoney Esq Secretary of the Board of Trus tees Public School giving notice of examinations for places as teachers in the Colored School Miss Lizzie Hudson gave an en tertainment on Thursday evening in honor of her guests Misses Bessie and Nannie Bell which was greatly enjoyed by all who were present Let every man remember that everything that is wortR anything at all costs something It will cost something to ge...

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. — 2 July 1887

i i Fs w p f W it 5 tfV K p 9ywgfttaLaiirM FKAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT Entered atthepost offlceat FronRfort Kentucky us second class umllable matter GEORGE A LEWIS Editor and Fiablislher FRANKFORT JUSY 2 1887 Before our next issue the fate of the railroad proposition will be decided So closely are Frankfort and the railroad connected that we had almost said the fate of Frank fort Men of Frankfort Men of Franklin county Is this genera tion to go down to posterity as one of penurious blockheads who would not invest a penny in an enterprise which would undoubt edly bring forth mere than any other offered to any county in Kentucky and that too at less risk than was ever before known Is it to earn the name of having turned its back on its foremost citizens and denounce its most honest and upright men as liais and scoundrels because they saw into the future and tried to teach others to see also We trust for the honor of Kentucky of-Franklin county of Frankfort and of each and every man in this co...

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. — 2 July 1887

JWPft 11 1 l Yjki maaammammmmmm rjfnryypmmr tTKiWtT rT ivy FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT - i FRANKFORT JULY 2 1887 Bring every voter to the polls and see that he votes right m Dont let any voter stay away from the polls because it will carry anyhow but just see that it does cany by his help m If you want to hear the hum of prosperity and the rattle of the wheels of trade just do your duty by voting for the railroad Let eVery laboring man remem ber that his vote counts just as much as any other mans vote Then cast it on the right side A very disastrous fire broke out on Tuesday night last in Eliza- bethtown Ky destroying about one fourth of the business portion of the town Mr Joseph Schroff purchased on Saturday of Mrs Louis Walla sheck the house and lot on St Clair street occupied by him for 7ooo cash When the first mail box was put up on the street Thursday morn ing it is said your Uncle Dick Tate mistook it for a contribution box and deposited a nickle in it Ex Attorney General of the Unit...

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