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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 11 April 1885

r?T ".' i-- FRANKFORT ROLTNDAp0UT. Entered at the post-office at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable . matter. ' GEORGE A. LEWIS. Editor ..& E'la.TollsSJLr. FRANKFORT, APRIL 11, 1885. An effort is being made to got Major "Whittle, the celebrated evangelist, to come here and hold a meeting. . Mr. John B. Dryden has been appointed night watchman and Harry Bacon day watchman at the Government building. Mr. M. Nichols has purchased from the Berryman heirs the lot on Holmes street, adjoining the residence of Mr. John Crumbaugh. If you have not secured your early tomato, cabbage and cauliflower plants go and see Charley Saffell at the Post Office and have him save what you want. The new base ball grounds, Capital Park, on Holmes street, are being in closed with a close plank fence ten feet nigh, ana win soon oe ready ior the ball tossers. All the friends of base ball, who wish to aid the managers in sustaining a first-class club in this city, should go to the Opera House to-n...

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. — 11 April 1885

r CO r 8 (D H & 0 d ffl J. A. Sterling, cornetist, and Mr; A. J. Wells (late of Wells' Cathedral, England), pianist, gave one of their Grand' Concerts last night. The success 'of the artists called forth enthusiastic applause, and double and triple recalls 'were- made after certain pieces Special pralsd should be given to the rendering of the "Ave Maria," by Madame Fry; "The Dove," by Mies Eug'emo; the "Children's Kingdom," by Miss Lulu: the violin solo, by Mis Alta, and the quartette of horns, by Madame and daughters, was simply wonderful. Boston Time. And Dr. Eben Tourjee director of the New England Conservatory of Music" Boston, writes: v "Th$ Madame Fry Concert Company is composed of ladles and gentlemen of unusual musical talent and X cheerfully V commend these to tho public.?' v' .(&. -' '-. '" Reserved seats at Barrett's, 75 cents. , irtwM iiit)fiiiiyiiijlBBMMiaiMiMHWB w, "T;1! T , t "yi ;-. $' t,' '.U'fJ;V Tjw ,""'SW,g"'J,',' , ""T t 4. R M Mr. Darsie occupies his pu...

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. — 11 April 1885

tipcat d f - ' W,J "!!' w '" n jw" tt - T JW W , Fiyf'1fT''fT',r r r tttvt' rir - JWT M Ftyi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. GENERAL GRANT. Is the Old Hero Dying Because of Medical Intolerance. The American Ttomoeopathlst has nn article on the treatment of General Gtnnt by the Allopaths, in which it Hays: "General Washington avus murdered by hla medical uttendantB; but at least they were heroically too heroically endeavoring to extinguish the disease Their imitallty was of the active sort and in purpose commendable, though disastrous in result. Gen. Garfield was maltreated for months under an error of diagnosis, and at last escaped beyond the reach of his eminent torturers. Here also, there Was much medical heroism and activity displayed, albeit misdirected. Other illustrious patients have suffered from eminence in the profession; but Gen Grant seems reserved as a shining example of cold-blooded expectancy. To him the Httle group of eminence have nothing to offer but a diagnosis For him they ...

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. — 18 April 1885

1 MM! HMILMiaiULHLmjJ '. , u.i'.; . .. t r( V v 'tr TMR" ', jf" ' '- 'f; I" v:jiir "V" 'I'i.'T jyw' - ? i?7' 'v,'f "TBWfWT'!! ,;.- .i. ;; .' ' -v ' 'h The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE i, ITO, ftMtefor. DEVOTE6 TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS, TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR v Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 18, 1885. Number 31 S ft ' THE PRESIDENT'S SISTER. Miss Cleveland on the Rostrum-Some Thoughts Suggested by Her Leoture. tn June, 1883, Miss Elizabeth Cleveland, present mistress of the White-house, delivered an address before the Elinira. N. Y., Female College, which the Presbyterian Evangelist pronounced "great," a deserved compliment to an excellent woman. It was entitled "Altruistic Faith," and for her illustration she took Chedidja, first wife of Mohammed, who was rich and much older than he was when she married him. When asked in later years why he did not put her away and take a younger wife, he replied that he loved her best because she believed in him when all men despised him. ...

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. — 18 April 1885

pw&r: 'TTTw&rfl rr ' k. ' j ft -. Ftt -5- I oi t CJ"D FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the post-office at Erankfort, Kentucky as second (.lass mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Sd.lt or and. E'la.Tolisli.er. FRANKFORT, APRIL 18, 1885. Unole Jack Quin has returned to his old business and opened a carriage shop in the Dudley ware-room, on Lewis street. o Mr. Clay Hatchitt has resigned his position as U. S. Gauger and will leave in a few days for his new home at Aleman, New Mexico. Esoteric Lodge, No. 532, A. Y. M., holds its regular meeting at 7V o'clock, on Wednesday evening. There will be work in the M. M. degree. Persons holding claims against the county should not fail to read the advertisement of Judge Thomson in regard fo the same in another column. The convict labor in the penitentiary has been leased for four years to a company of which Mr. Chas. E. Hogue is the general manager, at $8,333 per year. Mr. W. H. Polk, Chief of the Lexington Fire Department, was in the 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 April 1885

x'"wkfk SKVPHRXMemIw HmMHHW!a,Kl ; , i ' ' - 0 l CD 8 W W (i) K go t1' ff i H 70 g. H o Q t m O O lJ3 O CD !5 9 CJTD bJaJ erf CO Eh S FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKPQRT, APRIL 18, 1885. Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell will preach at the Franklin Church Sunday afternoon, April 10th, at 5J ocloclt. , As we are needing money badly just at the present, time every subscriber to the Roundabout as much as three months in arrears can expect to be given a chance to settle up in the next few days. Mr. Joseph Dryden, brother of Mrs. Matilda Reading and an uncle of Mr. John B. Dryden, of this city, died at his home in Alexandorsville, Ohio, on Thursday, April 9th, aged 78 years. His death leaves Mrs. Reading as the last of seventeen children. A difficulty occurred on the corner of Main and Ann streets, Thursday night between a white man by the name of Sam Goro a"d a negro by the name of Henry Letcher, in which the negro stabbed the white man in the side, inflicting a slight wound. Letcher is in jail. The C...

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 April 1885

i yirvr wm"V''y? " v ,,'S ".'ffHBB'' 7fr,asTryT7' ." x- I'M- ; :. . v. ,.-i . i, v a jifvJfti; ,it la- ' ftt'ftftifN.' . , f -,-' i fin- h ' :!.' ;J . ' :" Hf 'jf v- r -' ir f'ltJlfc WaHi ,' liV 'i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bald Knob. Thos. Gordon Is on tho sick list this week. t (Geo. Hnrrod sold a cow Inst week for $50. Mr. Henry Rockers made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr. Dennis Bailey, of Flag Fork, is busy sawing lumber at tliat place. Mr. Clark Warren and wife, of Shelby county, were in the Knob Sunday. Mr. R. C. Church, of Frankfort, was in th(s neighborhood last week. Mr. Drufal Moore, of the Flag Fork neighborhood, left last week for Florida. Mr. John T. Deakius, of Belle Point, the broker, passed through this place Monday. Mr. Charles Baker is repairing his dwelling house. Mr. Jas. Sandford contractor, Mr. Wm. Bell, of Shelby county. spent last Friday night with Jno. Lee and Joel Lee. Mr. Jas. Sandford has put up, a very nice picket fense in front of G. V. Har-ro...

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 April 1885

,.WwHK.ikji.jaj , .,rj ,. a..-, iix .iJik!!ifctjajrffcjtt&i1ri.uLjiiLJL iiifc.,.?jtfj... , ' 'T ",' i V ,' "t iwm?trf'f, : - It" " t '7f' ' " ";'irr7?'','T (7'7 ?- i , t t . ' ' ' - l. ' The Frankfort Roundabout. 6E0RGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 25, 1885. Number 32 M ft M ?s b . ICt. wv Found. On St. Clair street, n folding key, evidently belonging to the door of some store. Call at this office and get it. Mr. Will C. Bedford, of the Forks of Elkhorn precinct, lends the farmers of the county this spring. He has thirty acres of com planted that has sprouted and is beginning to come through the ground. The protracted meeting at the Christian Churcli this week has developed a marked interest. There have been large congregations and twelve additions to the Church. The meetings will continue next week. Mr. Adams, President of the Union Pacific Railroad, passed through the city Monday afternoon...

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 April 1885

: oi - ' v. ffek ' ' ' f, '-. ' ; , 111 ! Eh 8 O) 53 8 8 pq i GO o s s W w a to s (ft a o n g & cfi o S c f4 &H EH ,rt O O Pi O QG CO gw'J PQ D PP 5 0 P4 o 0 0) c j .2 W 5 9? 3 o B EH GO Jt'W 1 C3 .V 'i o J2 o CO S be K- ' ce CO CNI SHI so- 69- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the post-office at Erankfnrt, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. 3Bd.lt or 8t33.a. 3VLteli3a.er. FRANKFORT, APRIL 25, 1885. The Spring Hill Gun Club was Wednesday evening, for this season by the election of Mr, Richard Morris as President, Dr. E. E. Hume, Vice President, and Mr. Geo. L. Payne, Secretary. They had their first shoot Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Newman, wife of Mr. Pat Newman, died at the residence of her husband, on Clinton street, Sunday afternoon, after a short illness with per itonitis. She was a most excellent lady and her death is a heavy blow to her husband and five children, who have the sympathy of the entire community. Her funeral took place Tuesday ...

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 April 1885

"""" ' i iiiiiiiiiii.imijii.iijjiuii i.i iii.iii.iiiii ii.i ill ..i . T TlTMlglHiMBWWIMlMWraKrMMMBWWHlfrillllflnilll Hi II I Hill 'llPT' f m,. " ' ' , 3 -. w Q t r g i-M W "ai rj u ZZZXZ) r Clmjial AOROWNINtt TRIUMPH. The Unequaled Entertainment Given by Cole's Colossal Shows. W. W. Colo's Colossal Shows are coining, and will exhibit at Frankfort Tuesday, Mayo. That Mr. Cole has the greatest show now on tho road is frankly admitted by both the press and public The surpassing excellence of nis entertainments, winch exceed in extent and variety of interesting and novel features anything heretofore presented in the circus line, is .thoroughly attested. The exhibitions given under a mamomth canvas are unique in character and abounding hi startling feats, comprising over sixty distinct acts, performed in succession in the rings and upon the olevated stage, The old-time circus features, Huch'.as riding, tumbling, leaping, etc., are retained, to which are added such novel and astonishing a...

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 April 1885

SSffn )' M' " ,"- w A " ' I ' ' fx., -l I T 1 K. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. The Dangers of Blood Poisoning. 8ince the death of President Garfield, there seems to have been an increase in the number of recorded cases of blood poisoning. A few weeks at?o the Rev. Noah Schenck, D. D, of Brooklyn, had an operation performed on his foot, set in and death ensued. If a man be in good health, a wound heals r rapidly; if the blood is corrupt, it is slow to heal. Impure blood irritates and inflames the whole system. It follows, then, if the blood purifying organs are deranged since every particle of blood courses through these organs over one hundred times an hour in a very short time the blood poison must destroy all vitality. In the winter season Nature demands heat-making food; in the spring she sets up a cooling process; and, to accompllsn this, she ordains that the , change from winter to summer shall k gradual: if her laws were never 'w 5 violated this provision would be they are violated, t...

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 April 1885

nunuunni TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Tuesday, January t, the following time tabic will lie in cITcct on the I.. & N. R. K. (or this point. No. 24 ... . No, 17 . . . No. ji ... No. 10 C. KO, ritAINH SOUTH. Leave Frankfort. , . 6:00 A. M. . . 8:iO A. M. ' . . 1:35 l M. , . I'. M. s niiwiwr Arrive at Louisville, 9:15 A. M. 10:50 A. M. 5:iS ' M 7:14 r. M. TBAINH VUIIT1I. Leave Leave Louisville. Frankfort. No. 18 7:00 a. ..'. 10:17 a. ..1. .Nu.ai 2:15 P.M. 5:40 I'. M. No. .4 leaves Lou. 5:00 r. M. arr. at Frankfort 8:05 r. m. No. 10 C, UO. . . . 7:13 p. m. 9:25 p. M. Trains No. 24 anil 21 both connect for Cincinnati, arriving there at 1:15 noon, and 7:15, l M. Tram No. 24 connects with train leaving Cincinnati, 3 00 p. M. Nos. 24 and 21 connect at Ancnor.ige for Shelby ville. Freight trains leaving Frankfort 0:15 a. M.,and returning leaving Lexington at 7:15 p. m., will carry pais timers hetween Franklortand Lexington, and all intermediate points. Nos. 27 and s8 are Sunday trains only. ...

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 April 1885

v, i I , ; . SlllI IHLimiE MM 1J8T! 1 I - & I For two weeks from date, on receipt of price, we will send any of the following articles by express or mail, charges prepaid, and cheerfully refund the full purchase money on the return of any article mentioned, if returned in 30 days from time of the purchase: 14 K. CHATTAIN WATCH ENGRAVED & ENAMELED ONE PAIR 17 DOLLARS Solitaire Diamond Ear Rings, white stones, medium size, $17.50. OITE SOLITAIRE DIAMOND EAR RINGS, LARGE SIZE, $65. SOLITAIRE DIAMOND LACE PIN, $25. 11 (Stone Cluster Diamond ing, white stones, first class, $40. Measure the -finger with piece of writing paper, or tfut hole in paste-board exact size, and we guarantee a fit. Solid Gold Spectacles, 82.75, S3.50, $4.00, and $5.00 per pair. Instructions how to order mailed tree. 100 Latest style Ladies' Lace Pins 75 cents each, worth $1.50 to $2.00 each. In ordering describe style desired and we will please you. 150 pair Bracelets, worth from $6 to $15 per pair, tor $2...

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 May 1885

7,r : :- i'l ? V BROS. nA mrSm E3 jS I jfc'ti. old stand, Frankfurt, Ky. Plow. Maltnr. Meikle, Brown's Plows and Cultivators. Planters. Full stock of Farming on hand. GALLERY! Prop'r, Starks' White Hall Clothing House KENTUCKY. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY descriptions. Why will the people of when they can be accommodated at Oct. THE COMING EVENT. A Festival of Wonders to be Presented by W. W. Cole's Colossal Shows. The greatest of all the great shows is soon to be seen here; it is on its way, and is already heralded by a brilliant array of pictorial illustrations on the walls, and the newspaper announcements fix the date on which the canvass city will be erected here as Tuesday, May 5th. This announcement will be hailed with unalloyed pleasure by our citizens with whom Mr. Cole bears an enviable reputation as an amusement caterer. To the lovers of the circus, Mr. Cole always presents an unexceptionable entertainment, while to the student of natural history the thoroughly complete menuger...

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 May 1885

jgH . . i 13 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. . GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ee3.it ox ,sie3. PHANKFORT, MAY '-, 18S5. There was a slight frost in this locality Thursday morning, but little damage was done. Let all the lovers of base ball turn out this afternoon to witness the first game of the season, bet i een the and our homo boys. We have a strong nine and a good game may be expected. Two stands have been erected, in both of which comfortable seats may be had, and the ladies who go out will be certain to have a good time. A party of fishermen from Midway, composed of Town Marshal Davis, Mr. Joe. Williams, and several others, passed through the city Thursday afternoon on their way home from the Mouth of Elkhorn. They had very fair luck, having caught about 1200 pounds offish during their three days stay. A colored boy by the name of Jack Bush, aged about 12 or 14 years, was drowned in a deep hole in Glens Creek, just below the Old 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. — 2 May 1885

I (' . . . V", , - u H o cr w C B 0PJ2 H H tfe CD CpQO M ? c o g b b w CO M OP v W CG 12 IHI W t?d w w o CO KH C I-". R m (T) O CD d a rt d 2dc fiW H o CD QC H a w W o 5L Ui O 5 ft N" CD m 5 6 S B CD O b o . era Jars " Sps c c""' W SI M O CO C2 o CD O P CD CLrt r S. CD w rc ft CB CO w ( . Srf imi W "M b p E Hi O M M .j CD h en w S cT o O t P t a- !- O w W c J5 O rf 2 - to M M o CD 5 S O w o CD g -S Z CD CD i -S O O en o iVv T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, MAY 2, 188B. Common Picas Court meets on Mon- day. Tho Frankfort Base Ball Club went to Lexington yesterday to play the opening game of the season with the club in that city. ltev. Dr. E. O. Guerrant, of Mt. Sterling, arrived in the city yesterday and began a protracted' meeting at the Southern Church last night. With a base ball match and primary election to-day, County Court Monday, and Circus Tuesday, to say nothing of the Indian Doctor, Frankfort, will have lots of fun for the next few day?. There will be a called meeting of...

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 May 1885

' i jRvauf it'll IP 1 " - my m'' "M ! ' ml I s L'juiiiM !fi r$mpri& wrvKFX&, i &.. :- - .1( .aw. ,, .v ."... ? 7 : " "V1 :.- vrr. . .?X"vi tffcjifi'.'i .t'il. . . j ... ' ' . . x " ., ,' ' 'A ?W:-!i i.. . ,-A . '.s.,. - ' -,-. .ii 't.i Ti ? FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bridgeport. White washing next. Milk nnd butter in abundance. Fruit tree trimming in progress. Miss Annie Angrave lias recovered f 'om her recent illness. Willie CrocUett,of Jessamine county, has returned homo from a visit to relatives in this vicinity. Miss Annie Crockett has returned to her homo in Louisville from a visit to friends in this section. Mr. John Angrave, who has been very much 'indisposed for a week or so, has about recovered. Miss AlmaScoiield left for Louisville last Tuesday to attend the marriage of her friend, Miss uarrio unstow. Mrs. Sarali Freeman has returnd home from an extended visit to relatives in Owensboro and Louisville. Sam Singleton's youngest child, who has been very ill for two or ...

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. — 9 May 1885

Ik r L 1 im '..yn nv, "jviws'vsr vrjr ... ."T-. ' vr ' F'"?'?? r ' " ir"'rni ur ,', '.. , h j .-,.-, -'',. . z . . . WfiK 't" '.A .?cvtvi?;?v:; - -?' , .?vv, - , & A - J ' - '-.. i':. 's?v 'y T m I V' '. It" ! - - Hr - J w H ' ' ' ' t Ik .f The Frankfort Roundabout, IV m &0A0 4. IIWA Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FEB YEAR .! ' m Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 9, 1885. Number 34: I EMPHATIC GUARANTEES. Which are Justified by ah Extraordinary Public Experience. To the Public Greeting: As the conductors of the largest business of the kind in the world (and therefore having an extraordinary experience), we feel Justified in making the following statements: Our Theory Proved. JPIR8T. Wo have held from the beginning that most of the common ailments are caused by primarily kidney and liver disorders,notprimarily by bad bipod; that baa, blood is caused by temporary or chronic derangement of me Kiuneys unu uvur, unu mm, oy restoring these blood-pur...

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. — 9 May 1885

ItMUUkiu PPW9TOW9 JTB4(l'Tfflt7r " - ' I v lI V .. . , . ,1 j ..-. ' 1 ' t'. il'Jj W W 'OD 4 O FN O o a o a o 4) n - O 5n 53 a 3 OS Q0 g e o IS 0 -a .' t c3 t Ph e 9. n .4) a o C3 OS CSJ a 0 .9 s O s a GO c ' 03 5 5 -d o o K. o o 43 bo tft GO '3 09 CD OS CJ-D & ,rq .a 111 be cz u 0 2 i CO 3 1 I I 50- 69- 32 "3 ro kr &.V X Erf FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the post-o(B:e at Erankfort, Kentucky a second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, EJd.it jr abZieJL FEANKFORT, MAY 9, 18SG. BASE BALL. The season of the Inter-State League was opened iri Lexington on Friday by the Frankfort and Lexington Clubs, the score standing at the close of the game 8 to 5 in favor of the latter. On Saturday the Lexington team came to this city and played the second game of the series with our home club on the grounds at Capital Park, and were done up in handsome style, the score standing 15 to 1 in favor of our boys. The game was beautifully played and was greatly enjoyed by quite a large crow...

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. — 9 May 1885

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Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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