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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 27 December 1884

,ffij&tA&jjlfflBfcMttte lili ,iariaanfcjjiil jj 11 - n -1 & . i A ; ; ?. I -y 31 1 a FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bridgeport. Miss Anna Bullo Crockett lins about recovord from Iter recent illncw. Col. R. T. l Allen will preach sit South Benj.m on .Sunday morning' at II o'clock. MiSiiu Jenkins, who la iMigiipferf in teaching in Shelby county, is at homo for the holidays. Mr D. U Vannatta and family, of Shelby county, are spending the holidays in vicinity. Miss Lelia Crockett, of Litchfield, Grayson vounty, has jvturned liomo from a visit to this her former home the'iirst in ten years. We are of the opinion Hint the handsome thing for putroiw to do would be to send the teachers to (he Statu Tench-era Association Small amount from each would cover the expenses. We know a young lady in this vicinity who U very noxious to have her name in the Uoiwiiauout. We assure her we will gratify her ambition perhaps in a short time. Rev. H. T. Hungcrford will preach at Bridgeport Christian Chu...

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. — 3 January 1885

f.',''IW'' LJKSaSEL 1 TmiMWMBBIBilBMHMBBgmmnT&tl 7-s- ,. i mill mm niiiiw.Miinniif n r j - , f7iT , - f , ,,- 1 I The Frankfort Roundabout. r .j AftMV i. LEWS. Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER J EAR Volume VIIT. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 3, 1885. Number 16 Monday is County Court day. The firm of Gray A Rodman, grocers on St. Clair street, was dissolved on Thursday. The fine $85 shot-gun, which was raffled off Saturday night at Mr. Hal. Gaines' saloon, was won by Mr. W. II Marlow with a throw of 44. Elder Paph. Julian has accented a call to take charge of a church in Sedolla, Kansas, nnd ho left Madison, Indiana, with Ills family, on Wednesday for their now homo in the West. Sir. L. B. Marshall lias sold out his fruit and vegetable store, on the corner of Main and St. Clair streets, to Messrs. Jake Evans and Ed.J 0'IIara, who who will run it under the firm name of Evans AO'lInra. i . We regret to learn of the death of little Albert Hodges Thomas, ...

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. — 3 January 1885

a T"v- MANKFORtf ROITJJDABOUT. Kntured nt the at Krnnfcfnrt, Kentucky as second elnss mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. IRAKKFOKT, JANUARY 3, Mw. Lctitla Church, mother of Messrs. Church Brothel's, died ut the the family residence, on Main street, Thursday evening. Death of Geo. Craddock. The sod news wos received by Judge O. W. Craddock on Saturday morning that his son George, who has been residing near Monterey, Owen county, for the past year, had been shot and dangerously wounded the evening before in a flghl with a neighbor. Tie immediately left for Monterey, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Laura, and Mr. Mark Calmes, and arrived there only in time to sec him die. No one saw the difficulty except a little son of the man who fired the f ital shot, and it is hard to learn the exact facts in the case. It seems that George had a fuss with n man by the name of John Rice, who lives between the Craddock farm and Monterey, several weeks ago, while at Rice's house, in an intoxicated co...

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. — 3 January 1885

ON Have Wltilfisides & Mctimm fit np j our door and windows with weather strJjw and bo romforlable. Fon Sale. A splendid young milch cow. Apply to Mrs. Anu Itus-ell, at Mrs. Pago's, in South Frankfort. Good quality of women's rubber hoes 25 cents, men's 40 cents per pair, at L B. Marshall's. Many whose blood had become poisoned from' various causes, and whoso ill . health: was indicated by pimples, aore feelings, aches, pains, urinary sediments, catarrh nu of tho mucous- membrane, onstipation, dyspepsia, -bad dreams, ervousness. sleeplessness, etc., have been restored to perfect health ' b, Hsini; Br. Gu.vsott's. Yellow Doc and Sarsaparilla. It is tho only tro blood.putifler And strengthened of mind and, body. No other remedy equals it'-. For Rent. Two-story brick house, with Brooms. No. JJ12 Clinton street. Apply to J. J. Quln , corner Broadway nil Ann slrtcts. Ladles and children's hnto for 75 cents and $1.00 at Mrs. Dor Dmj't fail to cull at Philip store and examine tin? bout...

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. — 3 January 1885

TPni '-, r H Mfflfa I I 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. The nnnunl corn how given by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Col. John F. Thivin, took plncc nt his office in this city, on Tuesday afternoon. The samples displnyed were regarded ns the finest that have ever been .exhibited at any of these nhows, and they will be taken to the New Orleans Exposition The following aw the awards of premiums: Hominy corn, two entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, of Little Mount, Spencer county, premium. Mixed or pied corn, six entries Jos A. Loiran. Shelby county, first premium; C. Samuel, Owen county, second. Bread Corn, eleven entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, Little Mount, Spencer county, first premium; W. Wharton, of Cadiz Trigg county, second. v Yellow corn, ten entries Thos. A. Tiehenor, Little Mount, Spencer county, first premium; R. J. Alexander, Bippyville, Anderson county, second. White corn, thirty-seven entries C. T. Redmon, Winchester, first premium; Warren Barnett, Hartford, second. Yellow corn eleven entrie...

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. — 10 January 1885

:&- The Frankfort Roundabout. QEOROE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 10, 1885. Number 1 7. The Beau's Mishap. BY MRS. W. I.ESME COLLINS. The beau comes twirling his mustache ; With diamond studs he cuts a dash, And looks around to "make a mash." His nobhy hat, so soft and light ; His stunning tic of colors bright ; His tooth-pick shoes so slim and tight; His slender cane, his curling hair-All all make up a subtle snare To catch the hearts of maidens fair. And soon the beau a darkle meets, Who carries whitewash on the streets, And of the bread of labor eats. The beau attempts to veer around, And give the whitewash ample ground. His tight shoes slip and with abound His feet fly up the bucket kick, And o'er his clothes, so span and spick, Pours in a flood the whitewash thick, i And adding greatly to his woes, The bucket falls upon his toes, The beau forgets his ruined clothes, And broken cane, a...

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. — 10 January 1885

MSfW .fft"1 vfpf r ' " jf .f dr& & A mt NEW wa YEAR TO OUR PATRONS. In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goodi on hand, therefore I have determined to clone them out Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy. firtttided Silk Velvet reduced from Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . Black. Gros Grain Silk rtduced from All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Wool Cashmere reduced from . Ladies' Underwear at any price. Children's Red Union Suits 50 cents on the dollar. Our Gloves have been reduced to such an extent as to astonish every one. Silk Jersey Gloves reduced from 85 cents to 35 cents. They must go, as past experience tells me that it is better to dispose of them at once at such prices as will leave no mistake about selling, and take no chances. This I have done. Call an...

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. — 10 January 1885

i 1- ! M;liiNCTnM.aiNt - M" ? ' ..- . ii.c.t. 'T i A, c xm. R LbbbbbbI K V ' IV I 4.V. 1 Han ftfc'W. ?" I fc r? SI' 01 I THE FfflST DAY OF T( a pyfTfTT a T3" i SELL 3 The credit plan has been so abused in the past few years that it is no longer to the interest of either the buyer or seller to continue it. Besides its being a constant annoyance to the merchant, it is a very expensive luxury to the cash and prompt paying credit customers, as they have not only to pay a fair profit on all the goods they buy, but ah additional profit to make up for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and to pay for book-keepers, collectors, arid all other expenses of the credit system. In making this change I am sure that it is in the interest of my customers, if not to myself, as I will save them on all future purchases at least 5 to 25 per cent. Thanking my old friends for their kind support in, the past, and hoping to receive their patronage in the future fry serving them faithfully, ...

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. — 10 January 1885

H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Telephone No. 87 for your fresh oysters Evnns & O'Hnm's. If you wish to buy n farm read the advertisement of Judge O. S. Poston. The weather of the last few days has been mild and spring like. a Mr B. S. Seantlin sold his farm near Bridgeport, yesterday to Mr. J. D. Parrent. Read the advertisement of Mr. Chas. F. Exum. His insurance companies are all Mr. Alex. Szymanski's youngest child, a baby about a year old, had its left hand badly scalded on Tuesday by sticking it in a cup of hot coffee. . On Wednesday the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville, sold five hogsheads of Franklin county tobacco, raised by O. C. Deakins and G. D. Moore, at $10.75, $15.50, 15.25, $10, and $8.30 t - Mr J. Price Williams will this morning open a grocery, fruit and vegetable store at -13 St. Clair street, in the room recently vacated by Messrs. Graham & Evans, where he will keep aifreajnuid well selected stock of goods in his line, and wishes his friends to call and see h...

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. — 10 January 1885

B0I1I OUT - SiDien Acrostic. uv NIX. t. Urnder, I cin no longer go, On "Tick" as you have done, Unless the Addict's paid, you know, No dancing can be done. Don't think that I'm impertinent And go to calling names, But do be just, and be content, Or what is just the same, Use just one dollar to secure This, paper for another year. Preaching Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at tlio Church in Leestown. ICdifor Roundabout: There is a move, if rumor is true, to incre.ise the police force by niacin?? an additional man on the force in "Crawfish" bottom. That means another reach for the tax-payers' money The laws at present tire If properly enfotced, to .stop all the lawlessness that is slid to .exist in that part of the city. Why do the Council not insist that the law "mint and shall be enforced." That loafing, standi!!?? on the streets in crowds, is in violation of the law and must he stopped. Break the crowds up, enforce that law, make a few examples, let the violators feel the power of the...

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. — 17 January 1885

m , The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VII J. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY iff, 1885. Number lT Tho hrass hammering craze has struck Shelbyvilie. There was quite a largo crowd at the Depot yesterday morning to. meet the Adamless Eden Troupe. ' Tiiere is such a demand for J. E. M. and Crystal flour that Messrs Miles & Son have had to put on a now delivery wagon. Mr. Parsic preaches to-morrow night at 7 o'clock, on "Our Plea," the beginning of a series of sermons on first principles. . O mm i The wot weather seems to have washed all the news out of the city. This has been the 'dullest week for newspaper men we have had for a long time. Work was resumed on the Government building on Wednesday, the work being done by the day under the supervision of Superintendent Murphy and Foreman Bradley. . . Judge G. W Craddock, of this city, is said by the Courier-Journal's Washington correspondent to bo a candid...

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. — 17 January 1885

- .m&tL&sitiib&JmbJu &.',&; iiAL..:MLiiMaMiiiafcflahitjahiMttj. .j...! .v...,- -&L m . i, F&E . ' tt,J , Av. t. . fA. & tfftS , 3 . IMBUII! MMM A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ill! IRONS. In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goods on hand, therefore I have determined to close them out Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy. Brocaded Silk Velvet reduced from $2.00 to $1.45 Per Yd. Plain Silk Velvet, red need from . . 1.75 to Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . 1.50 to Black Gros Grain Silk reduced from 1.25 to All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . 1.25 to AlPShados Tricot Cloth red. from All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from All Wool Cashmere reduced from Mr. D. M. Ball, jr., of Versailles, writes us to say that he was not the party who had Ids buggy mushed up by reckless driving at toll-gate ZSTo. 1 on the Georgetown pike, a week ago last Monday night. He was" in this c...

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. — 17 January 1885

N i 4 team 0k w tTbMk r OH THE FIBST D AY OF JANUABY, 1885, SELL Executed at this Office.' 1 will adopt a new system in my business, and after that STRICTLY The credit plan has been so abused in the past few years that it is no longer to the interest of either the buyer or seller to continue it. Besides its being a constant annoyance to the merchant, it is a very expensive luxury to the cash and prompt paying credit customers, as they have not only to pay a fair profit on all the goods they buy, but an additional profit to make up. for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and to pay for book-keepers, collectors, and all other expenses of the credit system. In making this change I am sure that it is in the interest of my customers, if not to myself, as I will save them on all future purchases at least 5 to 25 per cent. Thanking my old friends for their kind support in the past, and hoping to receive their patronage in the future by serving them faithfully, I am Respect...

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. — 17 January 1885

N a L r K v ...iBtfayl.igyuaAj(A,faavJaBBaaaaMaBBBa .. j..,jfc. ifcim.xMAi:.m. , ,.,.i - Jt, , u.f j. ,oiii , . J ...,,. iaBBKS ..aJiiaialaaaaaaBBaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa fttf rt7ji BHB M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, vSfii Charlotte Shuck, colored, living near Hnywick, in Marion county, is liM years old. Duncan C. Ron, of Louisville, the celebrated wrestler, lias announced his intention to quit the ring and enter the pulpit. ' Editor Roundabout : Having been solicited by many good citizens to become a candidate to represent Franklin county in the next Legislature. I therefore announce myself for the position, subject to the action of the Democratic party. It. C. CHURCH. In Quod End Demonstrandum : Much oblige, as one of the Council, for his information, but the proper person for him to communicate with is the Chief of Police. I can aure him that any matter of importance will be duly considered by him, and if not in his power to remedy lie will report to the ( 'ouncil, and as...

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. — 24 January 1885

:&&& A ) . f The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 24, 188a. Number 19. Mr. W. T. Runyan on "Wednesday sold out his entire stock of dry goods to Mr. 8 Kings. . - The young ladles Cooking Club gave an elegant entertainment at the Capital Hotel Wednesday evening. m , . . ... . We now have two candidates on the track for tho Legislature and n third is said to be feeling his way out. Mr -Geo. S Green, of the Farmdule neighborhood, is announced in this p issue as a candidate for County Clerk. Both the City and County Assessors ara now at work listing property. Mr. H. J Hyde is assisting City Assessor Discoll on the South Side. Miss Monie Tate gave a Gorman nt the Capital Hotel Thursday evening. It was a very brilliant affair, many of the guests being from Louisville. Tho young ladies of the First Presbyterian Church are preparing for an entertainment to bo given ...

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. — 24 January 1885

W us A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR PATRONS. In invoicing my stock, I found I had too many Winter Goods on hand, therefore I have determined to close them c ut Regardless of Cost. I offer such cut prices that will enable those in moderate circumstances to dress as well as the wealthy Brocaded Silk Velvet reduced from Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . Plain Silk Velvet reduced from . . Black Gros Grain Silk reduced from All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Shades Tricot Cloth red. from . All Wool Cashmere reduced from . Ladies' Underwear at any price. Children's Red Union Suits 50 cents on the dollar. Our Gloves have been reduced to such an extent as to astonish every one. Silk Jersey Gloves reduced from 85 cents to 35 cents. They must go, as past experience tells me that it is better to dispose of them at once at such prices as will leave no mistake about selling, and take no chances. This I have done. Call and be convinced for yourself. SOL. HARRIS....

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. — 24 January 1885

r i UJM im M0i jgy JANUABY, 1 will adopt a new system in my business, and after that SELL STRICTLY FOR e ( R &if Tmw. TSTia I; CTr DAY OF 188S ksdl JT1 Jl JlH !' 1. The credit plan has been so abused in the past few years that it is no longer to the interest of either the buyer or seller to continue it. Besides its being a constant annoyance to the merchant, it is a very expensive luxury to the cash and prompt paying credit customers, as they have not only to pay a fair profit on all the goods they buy, but un additional profit to make up for money lost on those customers who don't pay at all, and to pay for book-keepers, collectors, and all other expenses of the credit system. In making this change I am sure that it is in the interest of my customers, if not to myself, as I will save them on all future purchases at least 5 to 25 per cent. Thanking my old friends for their kind support in the past, and hoping to receive their patrondge in the future by serving them faithfully, I...

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. — 24 January 1885

I MAVSVILI.E HKANCH. No. si, No. 53. North-Hound, Daily, D,ilj, Lx. Sun. Ex. Sun. T.re. Covington , a oop m I.vc Lexington . 7. as a 4 30 p ni Lve. Piri, . , 8 is a 5:0pm Arr. Millcrburg 8.40 a 5 47 I' m Arr. Carlisle . . . 9.C0 a 609pm Arr. Johnson . . 948 a 7.00 p m Arr. Maysville. . 10 30 a 7 45l'm South-Bound. Diiiiy. Daily. Ex. Sun S4S a m fi.30 a id 7 at a in 7 44 a m 8 10 a m 9,10 a m 11.30 a m Ex Sun. Lve. Maysville ispm Lve, Johnson 58 p m Lve, Carlisle. 47 pm Lve. Millersburg 09 p m Arr. Paris. . . . 35 pm Arr. Lexington. . oop m Arr. Covington . 35 pm NOTE Train No. 3 run daily fro-n Knoxville, Winchester, and Lexington to Covington. Train No. 1 runs vU Lexington iind P,iri, and not vii Winchester an t Paris. Train No. 6 is daily except Sunday between Lexington and Paris, but is daily from Cincinnati to Knoxville. Lexington and Paris No. 5a. i'ai!y except Sunday, leave Pari. 8:ao A. M; arrive Lexington, 0:10 A.M. No. 53, daily except Sunday, leave Lexington, 4:30 P. M.; a...

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. — 31 January 1885

.JWi W' , The Frankfort Roundabout. m ll N GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED 'TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR HI- Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 31, 1885. Number 20. r !. Wi' i ar.' iW f V .'WfJBP Lost. A pair of gold framed eyeglasses, on Sunday, between Mr. It. C. Church's livery stable and the Presbyterian Church. The finder will please leave them at Dr. Sawyior's and be rewarded. Mr. S. Black, of this county, has purchased of Col. It. P. Pepper the trotting stallion Pretender, sire of the phenomlnal colt Hermitage, which colt, by the way, was bred by Mr Black and sold to Mr. Hays, Col. Pepper's trainer. The price is not given but is understood to be a handsome one. New Music. We have received a copy of a plantation song and chorus, entitled "Way down in Old Varginla;" Words by Mrs. W. Leslie Collins, of this county, and music by Prof. Aug. G. Ueichert, Professorof Music at Eminence College. The words are well chosen and the music very pretty. . Mr J...

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