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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 August 1884

FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Polsgrove. Tho floating gallery Is still lying nt our wharf. Mrs. Lindsey, of Monterey, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. v. M. Combs. Bra. Struve, of the M. E. Church, l)rcached for us Sunday morning. We have every Sunday nt 3 o'clock. Everybody is invited. The little packet, Lucy Cooper went down Monday morning with Bud. Mullen at tiie wheel. Jas. B. Llndsey, of Owen county, paid ih a flying visit Monday evening accompanied by his little son, John. Little Elijah Harrod has one of the best crops of tobacco that we know of. but we are afraid he is not doing if justice. Mr. S. M. Swetnam, our late blacksmith, is going to leave us to accept a position from the U. S. Government as head cook. Uncle William Harrod says he has 1G0 lbs. of honey that is over "0 years old, and it isjust as sweet as ever, but he will not sell it. Mr. J. B. Sanford, wife and sister-in-law, Miss Belle Hardin, of Monterey, spjnt hnt week with the family of V. M. Combs to attend the gre.it revival. ...

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. — 16 August 1884

I Harry Webber, the comedian, has secured dates at a number of the Fairs in Kentucky during the coming season. He has purchased two new pieces and will present a repertoire of six different plays, and a number of musical comedettas and farcical novelties. He has also engaged a finely uniformed band, called the "Red Hussars," many of whom were members of the Marine Band at Washington, and consequently tine musicians. They will introduce some novelties in musical instruments unci play the latest popular airs. The Company will appear at the Opera House August 2oth and 2(ith. Taken in the Act. Two young men of this city (not so very young either) were coming down the river in a boat Saturday night about ten o'clock, and in the Big Eddy they concluded to go ashore and appropriate some watermelons from the patch of Mr. Henry Showalter. When they had gotten into the patch and were thumping the melons to llnd the ripe ones, a little boy about ten or twelve years old, who was guarding the me...

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. — 16 August 1884

1 ;f i 7 3 ; '.. 3.. FRAiNKFOJlT ROUNDABOUT. Riitomd attho Kentucky .-.' i" ceo ml oUii mnllnblu muttrr . GEORGE A. LEWIS, EJclVt.3r axicL FRANKFORT, AUGUST 111. I.SS4. Outbreak ait the Penitent iary. Four Men Shot, One Stabbed, and Another Knocked Down and Badley Beaten Up. The city was thrown into it fever of excitement, about S o'clock Thurwluy morning, by a convict dashing up SI. Clair street on horseback and informing the County Judge that there was an outbreak at the Penitentiary; the convicts had overpowered the guards and had poession of the gate. The report spread rapidly that all the convicts had escaped, the military call was sounded, and every one who had a weapon hunted it up and ran to the Prison. "When the IIocxdauoi't man got there High street was full of people from Clinton to Holmes, and those who knew anything about the trouble were trying to tell tho.e who did not, and tliose who had just arrived were busy asking questions. All was confusion, but after diligent i...

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. — 16 August 1884

1 v IK i ! I 4 i d I V M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. AUUUST 10. 1881. Trgestcirculhtioh ihcity and county The Lmvrenceburg Fair will commence Tuesday. Kaiii Is needed badly to hottlo the dust on the South Bide. .. Four members of the Capital Huso Ball nine are left handed. . Wo have always got them tender steaks. Crutcher fe Stephens. o Tobacco Is ripening and some of the farmers are beginning to cut their crops. o Mr. Jack Tremeie oilers u ilrst rate farm of 110 acres for sale in another column. Dr. J. McC. Dlayney will preach at he chapel in Leestown Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. Mr. Wm. White, formerly of thi county, has been elected town marshal of Lawrcnceburg. Bev. W. II. Hampton, of Louisville, will preach at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Sallie Railey has been elected a teacher by the School Hoard to 1111 the vacancy in the Public School. Mr. Win. H. Stanley lias purchased of Mr. II. It. Williams his house and lot, IM Logan street, for $1,200. o G...

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. — 16 August 1884

k '4 9 i ,. i H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bolle Point. Cnpt. Hurdle 1ms boon having chills for n week or more Mls Minnie Booker of Imminence Is visiting Mis Lena Jloclgers. Mr. mid Mrs. .Tas. Moore spent a few day.-? in the country last week. Messrs. Y T. irunleigh and Jno. A. King, of Lexington, visited friends here Sunday. Mr. J. T Peaking and wife visited frieads near Sweet Home the first of the week. Mcsmv. David Todd and John Mos, of Shelby county, visited friends here last week. Messrs. Ucrry Johnson and "V. J. Kane are each building a house on l'overty Jlill. Mr. Ed. Urnwner lost a very valuable work hoive lust week, caused by the bite of a snake. Louis and Sam Todd are building a large tobacco barn in which they expect to house a large crop thi fall. Mr. Louis A. Moore has a contract to load 10 cars with saw dtit for the Bourbon House stock yards Louisville. Base hall has become an epidemic over here. Roys from ;l to (JO years old can be seen playing nearly every day. Mr. Geo. J...

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. — 23 August 1884

v- i The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY.; AUGUST 23, 1884. Number 49. The Franklin Baptist Association met Tuesday with thcForksof Elkhorn Church, in Woodford county, sovon miles from this city. Tlio attendance was large and the meeting a very pleasant one. Mr. Geo. W. Rohh, of Woodford, presided as moderator, and Br. U. V. Williams, of this city, was elected clerk. Considerable business of interest to the denomination was transacted The sessions were held n the woodland pasture of Mr. C. T. Freeman, a short distance from the Church building. Religious. Rev. W. D Morton, State Evangelist, has been conducting a protracted meet-at the Franklin Presbyterian Church, near Bridgeport, the past two weeks. There have been six additions to the church so far. Rev. W. D. Morton will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church, on Third street, to-morrow morning and evening. Rev. Dr. J. McC....

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. — 23 August 1884

J FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Matured atthc Frnnltfort, Kentucky a second class mtillablc matter . GEORGE A. LEWIS, E tUtor ataxd. 2'a."bliel5.er. FRANKFORT, AUOUST 23. I8S4. The Convicts. George Ateoptuul Theophilus Graves, two of the convicts who escaped from the penitentiary Thurs'lay morning of l;Hi;week, nftor hiding in the woods until Friday night, made their appearance in the WoodlaUe neighhorhood. They captured a colored man at Mr. John Noel's gate, when Graves compelled him to change clothes with him and then took him along as a guide. They next went to the hoiweof Stephen Demar, a colored man, who resides upon the farm of Messrs. V. .1. $: W. H. Lewis, whom Alsop compelled to furnish him a suit of citizen's clothes and get them supper. While the supper was being prepared Graves remained at the fence and stood guard while Alsop watched over the inmates of the house. He told Steve that he had three ways to die in the be worked to death, to be whipped to death, or be starved to dea...

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. — 23 August 1884

MfetflMjMBjIiilBMjMHa m "IP iHMHHHM'JMHHHIHRHBHHMHHHHHHIHHHHHIHIHIIHHHHMHHHH I V J. i 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. AUGUST 2.1. 1881. IIGEST CinGULATION EN Gil AND COUNTY A Lexington young man will to this city about the middle of ber to claim lily bride. come Octo- The dam at Lock No. 4 is again leaking and hands have been set to work to repair it. Capt. William Taylor Ian shipped GOO car loads of rock from his llenson quarries within the two months. Mr. Minus Williams, of this city has been awarded the contract for erecting the stone abutment for the dam at Lock No. 5. The number of tobacco barns that are going up in the country have made the trade in rough lumber lively for some time. All the fashion magazines say ladies should wear cuffs. The best buttons for the same have patent attachment. Mrs. Franklin's A party of about one hundred excursionists from Lexington pas-ed through the city Tuesday afternoon, en route for the Mammoth Cave. The alarm of fire Thursday morning wa...

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. — 23 August 1884

-A i M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, S m mmm y,g Antioch. mm jmm'& Wo arc needing rain, crops sufTorinp. Mrs. Waller Lewis is very sick at the prount writing. Miss Agnes (Jliisolm visited at Mr. Charles Seinones' last Sunday. Unci ftnlton, of the Stoney Creek-district, last Sunday at .1. W. Semones. Mr. II. Fincel of Frankfort wn out on a visit to .1. Semones and family last Sunday. Miss Flora Wallace, living on the F. and V. pike, was theguewt of Miss Nora Gloro Sunday. Mr Crutchtleld, of Tiger, visited his daughters, Mrs. Tracy and Mrs. Bryant, last Sunday. Messrs. Lynn and Doc Lewis commenced cutting their tobacco last Tuesday, the 10th. To-morrow week is Rider PolkSouth's regular appointment at Antioch, every one will be welcome. There was a large attendance at the last Sunday. Theinterest seems to be on the Lucy and Ella Semones, of South Frankfort, are out visiting relatives on Stoney Creek this week. Little Dave is buying up calves, preparatory to moving to Frankfort. That's taki...

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 August 1884

'! s JL Alt? Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEVIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, QUE DOLLAR FER YEAR V Volume VII. F1MNKF0HT, KY.f AUGUST 30, 13S4. Number 50. sxsssrsim: aBwwuijiiixiftVMJJ'wn,ariaBrweiTyTaajwMiiAiij: xwniBatcrvxirrr&armr.r.BjmrrtvmMnBrtT.xArTttr3 ( W C. T. U. Notes. What u work the Christian mothers of J'Ynnkl'ort niijrht do if they would only make an earned efl'ort. iuieid of ilMntf idly downwitholded Iiuiuh, sivinjjf there i no iwi' tryinjr, or they haven't tini", or tliey have liwt interest in the teninntliee eau-e. 'I'he day may eonu' when you will sully regret opportunities. There w ill he iiue sin'my; durinjr the Convention, -, of the bi'-l 'in,'er in the city June promised to Ag on thai ovealon. Dolejratw to the Convention will arrive in theeitv, Wednesday alternoon, ru'jrt. :5, and all 'persons who have agreed to entertain them may expect them at that time. A committee will be at the depot to them home,. ' Remember the State Conve...

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 August 1884

ws 7 ,1 .A I UIJSJMSJiMWMJlliULIJsXllUIJIIIM UK FBANKFOBT ROUNDABOUT. H itorud attlio Frankfort. ICcnlucl. a inconil ol.ufUiKiilnMe mtiltcr. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Suitor and FRANKFORT, AUOUST .10, 1SS4. The Press at the Exposition. The members of the Kentucky Pre' Association were enterti'mei in some style by the Exposition Company at Louisville All the editors of the Ktate were invited, furnished with free on the railroad-:, entertainment at the hotels, and supplied with badges, which insured them free rides on the street cars and admitted them to Exposition lUiilditisi A larue number were in attendance and enjoyed the day A public reception was iven in Mu-k' bill at 1 o'clock p. in., at which addro es of welcome were delivered by Cols. Bennett II. Younsy and R Polk Johnson in behalf of the Exposition Company and the local pre.", to which Col. J. Stoddard Johnston responded in behalf of the Press Association. The editors were then invited to Payan'srestaurant, where a splendid banquet w...

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 August 1884

M I W vnxmcacKx FBAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFOllT, AIK1UST 30, 1881. IIRfl GinCULATIOH IN CITY AND GOUNTV ,A thief broke Into the cellar of Mr. Guy Barrett Thursday nljrht. . Dr. Bagby will preach in the Baptist Church Sunday next, morning and evening. A eroding is badly needed on Conway street at the intersection of Conway and Third. - There are now seven candidates for Jailer of county, Willi several precincts to hear from. A badly Mnahed up buggy was the result or a runaway yesterday morning in South Frankfort. Mtes Emma Coleman, of this city, has been elected a teacher in the school at the Feeble-minded Institute. The Public School opens Monday for the year. Hunt up your books, boys, and be on time. There will be the regular services at the Methodist Church to-morrow; Dr. Evans, t lie pastor, having returned to the city. . Mr. J. T. Meets was married to Miss Susie Baxter last Thursday morning by Judge Thompson. Both are from Peak's Mill. The Rev. Mr. Bagby is conducting a protract...

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 August 1884

11 m 'ft t J Ir r www nwuiimij. juiuuaunwunjnu mn,mjwj. jiwmjMjmiwuiJinmiojm Limjiuj.wjM.i BWMHMBWUMilJWIII mMMmMmMnanM wetMBmrs jfC! V "iS) 0gC3KTUJ.',JW."tetegg2'CTJ aim i'.imtti' jiaT'C.TayjBMuami t H TJ D S O N & M B A G H E R i Are in their New Store, and are prepared to show a large and select stock. MERCHANT TAILORING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND TRUNKS. Give them a call. You will certainly be well treated. KRANICIWKT RfllWIURMIT 'we would mvo to your nwlers but i.ixi gi.indd.uighter, aNo Mis. Thoihp' Si rah (.'. 1. .. V tit" L'UCStH Vtdne.day Aug I LOtl.. Old uiule Alfied is still very ick, tbovigl. hope he will recover i'.sain. for .v n :- the very of attention; j"i 11' wr.'ild. Inn been called to hiin from North Benson, and one o: both of his daughter? are with htm most all the time. Jett. ii 1 1 Excelsior Institute will open next ?donduy week. Mr.s. Thos. Bedford is visiting relate is in Boyle county. Mr. Den. Williams vMted friends in Lexington this week. , A l...

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. — 6 September 1884

The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR '. Volume VII. FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 6, 1884. Number 51. TO TIB PIOPLI OP PBANKPOBT AND VICINITY: V I YOUR A.rnTElSrTI01Sr IS CALLED TO THE! OPEIsrnSTG OF THE CHAMPIOIT h:ouse I A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing constantly on hand, from the cheapest to the best. Death to high prices and unfair dealing Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will guarantee you full value for every dollar. Our goods are new and fresh Desirable patterns, durable goods, low prices. A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of Hats and baps all the nobby styles at popular prices. Call and be convinced. Champion Clothing House, H2Si nii'ffla W. O. T. U. Convention. The fourth annual meeting of the State Convention of the Womens' Christian Temperance Union met in the hall of the House of "Representatives in this city on Thursday morning, Mrs. Geo. V. Bain,...

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. — 6 September 1884

,, v saww anra lAMi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Frankfort, Kentucky Anocondolatt mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor arxd. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 6. 1S84. Tlov. A. N. Gilbert, of Mnysvillo, Kentucky, will begin n protracted meeting at the Christian Church next Wednesday night. .---- I... There will be a regular old-fashioned picnic at Conway's Mill, near Benson Station, on Saturday next, September 13th. Good music and a splendid dancing floor have been provided, and every one is promised a good time who attends. The city has purchased from Judge Geo C. Dranealot 110 feet front on Second street, adjoining the City School property, for $1,000. The number of scholars in the City School is increasing so rapidly that it is thought it will bo necessary to build an addition to the building in the next year or two. The Lexington Transcript says that it is said Sitting Bull, the noted Sioux chief, is a native of this county. The Lexington papers have said a great many mean things about our peop...

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. — 6 September 1884

I hi I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. ' ' ' T r Stamping Ground. All the farmers are In better spirits since the rain. Mr. W. L. Lightburn has been quite ill for several days. A few of our young men attended the Lexington Fair. Miss Emma Stone is teaching at the Sontolic school-house. Miss Ollie Shryock returned to her home in Lexington Monday last. Horn To the wife of Rev. J. A. Booth, on the 13th tilt., a daughter. Mrs. J. T. Reynolds and children will attend the Southern Exposition. Mr. Harlan Bond sold to Ed Smith, on Monday last, 70 stock hogs at $1 75 per hundred. Misses Katie and Annie Rigg,' two charming sisters from Owenlon, spent several (lays with friends in this neighborhood last week. Mr. Eugene Yates, formerly of this place now of Georgetown, was called to Missouri last Saturday on account of the illness of his mother. J. II. Bond and J. L. McDonald went to Georgetown Friday to witness the match game of ball between the Georgetown and Covington clubs. Mr. R. E. Roberts opened h...

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. — 6 September 1884

Ji H Zm ,l! ! '31 f A 3 vl f w ,. '"! a FMKFOUT BOUSHABOUT. FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 0. tpS4. TO TRAVELERS. Onnrenclnij Tuesday, January r, the following Vim-- Kiblc will be in effect on the 1.. & N. K. R. for tl; point. TRAINS SOUTH. Leave ArriNcnt Frankfort. Louisville. Np 7 5:25 r. m 8:30 r. m. No. 24 Cloo A. M. 9:15 A. M. No. 17 8:to a. m. 10:50 A. M. No. 21 s p. m. 5:15 P. M. No. 19 C. S: O . . . 4'4' '' M- 7!'4 '' TRAINS SOUTH. Leave Leave Louisville. Frankfort. No. 18 ....... . 7:00 a. m. 10:17 a. M. No. 22 2:15 P.M. 5:40 p. M. No, 24 leave Lou. 5:00 p. m. arr. nt Frankfort 8:oi p. m No. 20 C. & O. . . . 7:13 p. m. yss P. M. j No. 38 leave Lou. 8:00 A. M. arr. Frankfort tt:oo a, m. Trains No. 24 and 21 both connect for Cincinnati, Arriving there at 12:15 noon, nnd 7:15, tr. m. Train No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 1 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 2: connect at Anchornse for Shelby villc. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 6:15 a. t and returning leaving Lexington at 7:...

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. — 13 September 1884

1 1 i r i- I I ' rv ,"v EC The Frankfort Roundabout. 4 3 QEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. Volume VII. TEE PBOPLB OP YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE OPENING OF THE GttjiTOisr house i A full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing constantly on hand, from the cheapest to the best. Death to high prices and unfair dealing. Don't fail to examine our goods and prices. We will guarantee you full value for every dollar. Our goods are new and fresh. Desirable patterns, durable goods, low prices. A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Endless variety of Hats and Caps all the nobby styles at popular prices. Call and be convinced. Champion Clothing House, Hfft,tdwS & mSV.u IF. 2m O-O ZE3I IE 2T - The Capital Base Ball Club has disbanded for the season. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. GLKANIXGS. Politicians are notufrnid of conscience or law, but they are in eternal dread of the intelligence 01 tne peopio jliik Hour. The brute idea of education is to break the child's will instead of educating it. When he is...

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. — 13 September 1884

flSi 0-- 2 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, CnQredntthe post-office at Frankfurt, Kentucky in second oliws mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor ai3.c3. aF'VX'teliBlUM?. FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1884. If the young man who dropped tlie counterfeit silver dollar In the hat, when the collection was taken up at the Opera House Friday night of last week, Will call upon Chief of Police Hyde it will be returned to him. , During the storm Sunday afternoon a line work horse belonging to Iresrs. John Cochran & Co. was killed by lightning at SpTing Hill. She was standing under an apple tree when the lightning struck it, Hhivermg the tree and killing her instantly. . A colored man went down in a well on Col. John N place in Hello Point, Thursday afternoon, and was overcome by foul air. Some of the neighbors who were near succeeded in getting him out in time to save hi life. Frankfort Chapter, No. .'J, R. A. M., will meet in regular monthly communication on Tuesday evening next at 7i o'clock. As the...

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. — 13 September 1884

ff -!'. wmm V, ' I fl ftito m $ ta 8?3 A Tiitiiil.iy, Jamnry t, the following time table will he III effect (in the I.. & N R. Hi for this point. TRAMS SOI'Tlt. Leave Frankfort. No. 37, s'35 v. M No. 24 . Ci'OO A. M. No. 17 8:to a. M. No. at . 1:2$ f, M. No, 19 C. & O . . . . 4'4a c. M. TRAINS NOUTK. Leave Louisville. No. 18 . . 7:00 A. ''. No. it . - 2:1 p. M. Arrive at Louisville, 8: to p. M. 0' is A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5!5 P. . 7:14 P. M. Leave Frankfort. to:t? a. M. 5:40 P. M. No. 24 leaves Lou. 5:00 p. m. arr. at Frankfort H:oj p. m no. ?o t. K u. . . . 7:13 p. M. 5:25 f. M. No 28 leaves Lou. 8:00 a. m. arr. t'rankfort imota. m. Trains No. 74 and 2t both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 17:15 noon, and 7M5. P. M. Train Nd. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, ifpr.p. m. Nos. n and 21 Connect at Anchoraqe for Freight trains leaving Fr.tnkfort fijij a. m., and returning leavlns Lexington at 7:tj P. m., wll carry pass liters between rrankrort and Lexington, and ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
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