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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 22 August 1885

' TETto tpfwa. M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bald Knob. Mr. Dennis Gordon will becjin the erection of n new burn in a few dayn. Mr E. Q. Leo has been appointed to teach school at Mr. V. 13. Tracy's this year Smith & Anderson's panorama show exhibited here Thursday night of last week. . Miss Kate Bell, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bell, of Shelby county. Miss Florence Clark has returned home from an extended trip to Henry county. . We. have had several refreshing showers of rain, and crops are now looking line. Mr. Harry Rogers and wife, of Benson, visited relatives in this vicinity last Sunday. Mr. Samuel Payne will commence putting up a new dwelling house in a few days. Noel Lee returned Friday from a week's visit to friends and relatives in Shelby county. Matt. Brooks, the celebrated banjo picker and actor, gave a concert at this place Wednesday night. JudgoP. U.Major and S.'N. Hodges, of Frankfort, attended .the picnic at this place last Saturday. iMr. Frank Warren 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. — 29 August 1885

? ' r u y i i ' 'A i u -,.. ll .LllifiittllIftLlLli.LiLlL. 1 A .1. . BBPWwTWMsWHBW TIM'JHr,"..ir l';n I trmLu w"i ' TS I T "WJ? 1 The Frankfort Roundabout. QEORGE A; LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, QUE DOLLAR PER YEAR M Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 29, 1885. Number 50 The W. C. T. U. meets Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the lecture'room of "' t le Christian Church. BDUOAIONAL. Prooaodmsa of the Pranklin County Association , The Association met at the Frankfort Public school at the usual time, and was tailed to order ly 1'res. Hunter ; prayer by T. E. Utterback. There Xvas a goodly attendance and much interest manifested on the part of all present. Prof- Lea's lecture on the fa nious subject, "Notation and Numeration," was excellent and very instructive. The subject was discussed generally. Among those who discussed were Messrs. Hunter, Hulett, and .Niks Shipp. Mr. Hulett gave a very interesting as well as instructive lesson on the best method of ...

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. — 29 August 1885

-.y. PRANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the post-office at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, IEc2.it ir am.c5L Fia.'blisli.er. FRANKFORT, AUGUST HI), 1885. The fanji of the late Col. R. W. Scott, near Jctt's Station, this county, was sold on Saturday to Mr. C. E. Iloge and Mr. Mason, of tho firm who are the lessees of the convict labor in the Penitentiary, for $05 per acre. There are 378 acres in the tract and the farm is one of the best in the country. i An excursion train of eleven passenger coaches, filled with people from Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and points along tho Road, arrived In this city about 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, remained until 7 at night and then returned to Newport. Notwithstanding a baggage car attached to the train was fitted up ns a regular bar-room, and liquors of all kinds were dispensed freely on tho way over here, tho crowd was very orderly and no arrests were made by the police. The lay! tig of the water-main across...

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. — 29 August 1885

i f pf T-lf' wr JT""TJTf1pjOT S -!"( Tf"- . 3 1 H o I s o ,S 2 eg as , -$ S 3 p S ST- S2 5 tf a g s o Ol o I ' o CD c g s g CO t. ft i CD Si EL f m h3 a O 00 CD & S o P ST la D ej . 09 s o p . a o Mcsrai s J 3 CT3 P 4 jab CO CO GO M CD o CO ?3 bo ? GO .CJl I r FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. No. V fcKANitFORT, AUGUST 29, 1885. TO TRAVELERS. The followinff time table of the Louisville & Nash- V.lle Railroad Corap.iny went into effect Saturday, iy9.88S. TRA1NSEAST Arrives Leaves No. tS 10.10 a m 10.15 a m Ni. 22 S-" P sr P .N.i. 24 8.1s p m No. so 9 45Pm 9 47 P m TRAINS WEST. Arrives. 8. 10 a m No. 2t 1-57 P ni No. 19 448 p ra Leaves. 8 15 p m 203pm 451 p m K. P. BRYAN. Aeentf The Courts of Judge J. M. Parker, Police Judge of Wigginton, will be held on the second Saturdays in September, December, March, and June. o All the latest styles in fall and winter suitings have been received by Mr A. G. Alstrom, and he will make them up in the latest styles for the least 'money. Jas. W. Woolfolk...

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. — 29 August 1885

V - y, IVTTC y-"k r H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Atttiooh Tuesday brought us nnothei cold Wave. . We have had fine showers of rain Which were very welcome. Who is the legal teacher of the school, Is the question now agitating the minds of the natives. Myuhiei). At the residence of the bride's father, Aug. 27, by Hew T. E. Utterbaek. of the Christian Church, Miss Ardelia Welberand M,r. Charles G. Marshall, all of the county. When cupid sped his golden darts He joined in one two loving hearts. Mr. Henry Spalding's eldest .child, Bobbie, was very sick last week with diphtheria, and at one timo was in a very critical condition. Dr. S. F. Smith, of Frankfort, attended on him and was untiring in his attention, and succeeded, Willi the aid ol n kind providence, in conquering the disease. Messrs. T. E. Utterbaek' and T. Hunter have had a very pleasant time the past two weeks visiting the schools of the county. The teachers of fhose they visited they found earnestly and zealously engaged in their...

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. — 5 September 1885

s jmsumtm TIk liwirt of tho small boy is sad. The schools of the city all open on Monday. Rev. A. C. Caperton, of Louisville, vlll preach at the Baptist Church to-morrow morning. The session of the Colored Public School was'opened on Tuesday morning with a large attendance of scholars. The K, M. I. I3ao Ball Club and the Lawrenceburg Club will play a match game to-day at Lawrenceburg. Masonic. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., meets 'n regular communication on Tuesday evening at 7 J o'clock. Business of importance will be brought before it and a full attendance of the members is desired. Visiting brothers cordially invited. Esoteric Lodge, No. r32, A Y. M., will meet in. regular communication on Wednesday evening at 7. o'clock. There will be work in the F. C. degree. Visiting brothers invited and members requested to bo present. i Good for the Child. The ailments of childhood need careful attention and wise treatment. Some people think "anything is good enough for a child, and there isn...

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. — 5 September 1885

gSggaMM.JLW , , IBM MB 'miM THM"W."34jW',w',w W Ty in"wjji t,, ni, wppn. ;rr a .mm Esnccacn :rai FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at'thc at Frankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, axieS. Fta.'folieli.er. FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER fi, 1885. The engine for the pumping station of the water works arrived Monday and is being put up as rapidly as possible. The nine has been laid up the river bank at the foot of Ann street and the whole system of pipes is now connected and ready to receive the water which is thought will be pump-Pd Into them bv the middle of the - month Two games of base ball were played at Capital Park on Monday and Tuesday afternoons, between the Athletics, of this city, and the Black Stockings, of Louisville, two colored clubs. By the aid of a Louisville umpire Monday afternoon the Louisville coons .suc ceeded in putting it on our home boys by a score of 21 to 12, but Tuesday afternoon the tables were turned and Hid Vrmikfnrt club won by a score 'o...

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. — 5 September 1885

1 fl -1 w HI'' ' h ,. H No No. No. 7 2t LC4J I9fi3 QpA PP o 3 CD O i P CD C0 CO w - 'r wpi'w1 "T" IT " UUUII MHS.T UJHUUIJII r at xj.' Riiwia bm w a.m!M xssitmn FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FBANKFOUT, SEPTEMBER f, 1885. TO TRAVELERS. The following tin table oftht Loufoville fi Knilroad Company went into tffect Saturday, May g. i33s. TRAINS EAST. Arrives Leaves No. i8 to.to am ro 13 a m f 1. 22 5 2J p m s.17 p m N".. 2 8.15 p in No. ao 9 45 "P m g 47 p m TRAINS WEST. Arrives. S. 10 .1 in '37 P " 19 4 43 p m Leave . 815pm 2 00 p m 4 Si p m R. P. URYAN, Acent. It is sulci four weddings are shortly to take place in this city. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell have just received their fall hats. Foti Runt. A frame cottage of four rooms. Apply at John T. Buckley's tin store. The Spring Hill and Lexington Gun Clubs will shoot another match in Lexington Tuesday. All the latest styles in fall and winter suitings have been received by Mr A. G. Alstrom, and he will make them up in the latest styles for...

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. — 5 September 1885

4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Antioch Still dry but not &o hot; stock water enrco. Mr. Henry Span Ming's child is improving slowly. Cider making is next in order; then comes sorghum. Preaching at Antioch to morrow week by Eld. J. K. P. South. We are sorry to hear that the sweet potato crop is a failure in this neighborhood this year. A rain is now needed to save the grass and turnip.--, the other crops being past redemption. Mrs. Clias. Truel has been very sick, and at one time was in a very critical condition, but is now improving. There was music, sweet music, in the air last Sunday night. Some of our young lady friends were singing at ilr. Owens'. Mr. Richard Kendall and family, of Winchester, have been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. They returned home last Monday. Why do-not the trustees of the common schools enforce the law in regard to text books. It is their sworn duty to do so and they certainly do not intend to perjure themselves. They should look into the 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. — 12 September 1885

ft ! I rr. IV & The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEMOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. Number 52 COMING! COMING! THE ONLY BIG SHOW! FMI1T, THURSDAY. SEPr r.K. A a A ,A rjyjT . .w "JttA wv m vrtVxU v & : & VS? va. a VW, sset ."v WW UnequaUd in Extent, Unparalleled In Attactivenue, ami Unrivaled in General Excellence. I COMPLETE MASTODON I -MS. I shows tnniD. MS BIG CIRCUSES 3 IN SEPARATE KINGS. Tbe Gnatest, Grandest, Best and Only Show COMINQ THIS SEASON. The Missing Link I (Treated KRAO, Feature of all Living Woaderi. loo Star Attics. 50-Cage Vemgerie. 50 Different Acts, Circus, ao Leapcrs. ao LaJy Equestriennes. 14 Urawny Turks. 1 Ilarmioth 'llieatrc S'age. 14 Funny Clowns. 8 French Bicycle Riders. Grand Fret Street Parade takes Flue Dailj at 10 A. M. CHEAP EXCURSIONS CN ALL RAIL ROADS. One Ticket Admits to All Advertised Shows. The fall races begin at Lexington on Monday. Mr. ...

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. — 12 September 1885

Jppr" n FRANKFORT ROITO ABOUT, Entered at the post-office at Erankfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, EcLVw.r 2F'.folicli.er. FRANKFOKT, SEPTEMBER 1'-'. 1885. Messrs. W, J. &. W. H. Lewis, of Beluir Stock Farm, this county, sold last week to Messrs. Powell Bros., of Pennsylvania, their fine young trotter, Gourtland, 2 years old, by King Bene. Price private. In the September number of the Southern Bivouac appears an article written by Gen. Basil W. Duke, entitled "Bragg's Campaign in Kentucky, 18G2," in which he makes use of the following language: Bucll moved out of Louisville October 2(1 with fifty-eight thousand effective men, of which twenty-two thousand were raw troops. Directing the divisions of Sills and Dumont upon Frankfort, he pushed the main body of his army toward Uardstown. The demonstration upon Frankfort perfectly accomplished its purpose, and induced Gen. 13ragg to lieve it was the real attack. " Among other consequences of this feint ...

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. — 12 September 1885

N, FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. TO TRAVELERS. The following time table of the Louisville & v.lle Railroad Company went into effect Saturday, Mayo, 1SS5. TRAINS EAST. Arrives Leaves No. 18 '. . . . 10.10 a m 10.15 a m Ni. 22 j.zi p m 5-7 P n No. 34 8.15 ) in .Vo. o 9 45 p m 9.47 p m TRAINS WEST. Arrives. I Leave. No. it 8. to a m 8.15 p m No. 2t 1.57 p m 2.00 p m No. 19 4 43 p m 4 51 p m E. P. ntiYAN'.Aucnt. .Mr. Chas. F. Exuin is n candidate for Coiiniy Judge, read his announcement in another column. The craze of two hemispheres, and .playing at no less than four theatres in New York City, is the Mikado. o The Wilbur Company is stronger than ever and are increasing their reputation by their great production of the Mikado.' Wanted To house of four or five rooms, or four rooms in house with another family. Apply at this office. Mr, John S Davis, of this city, lias the bailing press patented by himself, on exhibition in the Louisville Exposition. Mrs. 11. M. Alderich bought, Tues...

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. — 12 September 1885

' "ivrrvr US525pSEJ. r - rr 1 II T-T - ij MNMiMMHl FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bridgeport. Delightful wontlier. ' All nature smilotli. The vain of the season fell last Tuesday. The farmers have commenced plowing for wheal. Mr. J D. Russell has been in Cincinnati tliis week on business. Mr. F. M. Scofleld made a business trip to Louisville this week. When a man finds he is wrong the sooner he gets right the better. Mr. R. D. Armstrong bought the Gaines farm last Monday price $37 per acre. From the signs of the times we should judge another wedding to take place soon. The contractors commenced work on the Bridgeport and Benson pike last Monday. Selfishness predominates to an alarming extent in some localities. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Mr. G. W. Hall purchased last week a part of the old Sanders farm 100 ncres or more at $27 per acre. A good degree of interest is manifested in the series of meetings in progress at the Bridgeport Christian Church. Two or three lots of cattle belongin...

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. — 19 September 1885

F I HX v 9 jHL i i )v ) tz .l'" &&& t f k.' JiifcuL.1' iaLfiif ii v, - fa11 vi . y COMING! COMING! Frankfort The Roundabout. OEORQE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 19, 1885. Number 1 " THE ONLY BIG SHOW! -AT- HMDBT, TlilY, SEPT U. Unsqualod In Extent, Unparallelod in Attractiveness, end Unrivaied In General Excellence. fO I OOMPLKTK MASTODON I Mm I SHOWS UNITED. Mm 3 BIG CIRCUSE8 O IN SEPARATE RINGS. (9 The Greatest, Grandest, Best ami Only Show COMING THIS SEASON. .. mJ "' The MJn?ng Link I Greater KKAO, Feature of all Living Wonder's. too Star Artists, Menagerie. . jo Different Acts, Circus, ap Lcapcrs. so Lady Equestriennes, i Brawny Turks. t Mammoth Theatre Stage. 14 Funny Clowns. 8 French Bicycle Riders. Grand Free Street Parade lakes Plate Daily at 10 k. 1L CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAIL ROADS. One Ticket Admits to AH Advertised Shows. Mr. V Leslie Collins has purchased the intere...

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. — 19 September 1885

i, s. 'V IV) - "" T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the post-office at Erankfort,' Kentucky as second class mailable matter. REORGE A. LEWIS, aaica. FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER IS), 1885. The Parish School of the-Ascension Church, under the charge of Rev. W. II. Hampton, is now open for the reception of scholars. Poor children, who propose to attend the school and are unable to purchase their books, can have them furnished free on application to Mr. L. IS. Marshall. . Monday afternoon a little package, one and a half by two inches square, was received at this office by express. Op opening it we found a small wood en box, with three little brown objects and the following note on the inside. "Man-eaters" or "Wild' Rugs of Romeo," captured' near Calcutta, Hindoostnn, by tiheol Rey, General of the armies of India, tfler a desperate encounter in which 364 horses and 191 Arabs were slain. These three famous bugs were imported to America by Monod Pasha at a fabulous ccM. and are hereby presented...

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. — 19 September 1885

giffi. R9 UD o T?-"T 1 TnTTa" "VtfW,MV'SlF$T I- I r CD F4 CO FttANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 10, 18815.' TO'TRAVBLBRS. The following time table of the Louisville & Railroad Company went into cflcct Saturday, Mayo, i83j. , TRAINS EAST. Arrives Leaves No. 18. . . . 10.10 a m lo 15 a m N 1. 32 , 5. 12 p in 5.17 p m N 1. 24 8.15 p m Mo, ao 945pm 9. 17 p m TRAINS WEST. Arrives. Leave?. No 17 8. to a m 8 15 p m No. 2t . . . . 1. 57 p m ? 00 p m No. 19 4 43 11 in 4 5ipm F P. HRVAN. E. S. O'Hara lias sold to Mr. Zack Thomasson his beautiful young saddle horse, price private. r Miss Maude Wilson, an experienced milliner from Fourth street, Cincinnati, is at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. - Capt. R. S. Chevis, Grand Worthy Jhicf Templar, will deliver a temperance lecture at the Court House in- this city Wednesday .cvpnln, September 10th, at 7l o'clock. All the friends of lo.'iipyran.c.o the .lie generally arc invited to attend! An effort will be made at the close of the lecture to "-or...

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. — 19 September 1885

FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Antiocb. The Into rains linve done n groat deal 'of good. They have re-established the old toll gate on tho P. A T. C. pike, with .Mr. Will Bledsoe as gate-keeper. Nora and Mai y L. Gloro left last Tuesday, the'former on a visit to Wint'heter, the latter to resume her studies at the Danville Deaf 'Mute Institute. t The contractors on tho F. St. J. A- J. pike are all at work mid pushing things along lively. Keep them at it. Daw until you get the gap cloed anil the pike will do you ssome good. We . speak now for the position of gatekeeper. We wish to say to our friends that get the Roundabout at Harp and Flag Fork that the editor will, if notified to do h, hold the papers in the oiHce, and as there are some from thoe neighborhoods in Frankfort every Saturday they could call for them. Thus they would get their papers earlier than they do now by mail. Get up your notices, Jumbo and Itusty, send it ti Vr. Lewis, and out" word for it, he will attend to it. Mr. Martha...

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. — 26 September 1885

h The Frankfort Roundabout. hi K? GEORGE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KYV SEPTEMBER 2G, 1885. Number 2 Tho Hornet 1 have pooled their business and Mr. W. 1j. Voorhies is now the iitfent of both boats in this city. The Ilornft has been laid up at Madison for repairs and the Bluewing will -be. the only boat running for several weeks. The shooting match between the Shelbyvillo and Sprint? Hill Gun Clubs on Friday afternoon resulted in a Waterloo for the Shelby boys. The targets used were 2o Knoxvillo blackbirds, 10 and 18 yards rise, the Spring Hill boys breaking 101 to the m Five men employed upon Lock No. 5 were drowned Monday afternoon while crossing the river in a canoe. There were eight men in the carioe when it capsized but three of them succeeded in swimming ashore. The names of those drowned were James Strout, a German formerly employed at the Brewery in this city, and Levi Baker, Sam Howe, Sam Barr and...

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. — 26 September 1885

;2 l; FHANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered nttlic post-office al Kranlfort, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Sd.itiC cim.cS. Fiateli slier. FIIAXKFORT, SEPTEMBER 20, 1885. An excursion, train will leave this city to-morrow morning sit 7 o'clock lor Versailles, to enable all who may wish to do so to attend the meeting of .the A. M. K Conference, which is in session in that place. The fare for the round trip has been placed at 7") cents. Tt is rumored that Messrs. Mason-Foard Co., of the Kentucky Penitentiary, are negotiating for the purchase of the Kentucky Union which has been built from Hedges Station on the C. O. Kailroad, in Clark county, to Clay City, in Powell county. i The Yeoman says that Drs. J. Lampton Price and Alvin Duvnll, jr , of this city, have tendered their services to Engineer Melville and will accompany him on the Arctic expedition which will leave some point on the Pacific coast some time during the next six months. "We have the authority of ne ...

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. — 26 September 1885

)!! ,. TJHT";,'mp'"' "" V yiny"" tcv yyy 'yw ys ' y ivrT " 'HfU'T il 1 3 o o 2 a to $ W r 5-2 2 5 O b 3 - to o O Ol CJQ 5 O I r " S c g C3 CO CD P ft M w -. 3 K o va O Of rf S. i-- r CD ft & s GO to in 2 tt ft OP a: ft ft J B ZL O CO o i & ft ss vj s- H H Q - a p oo d -d VJrJ o CO CO SsseS o ST to o o " ft CD t 00 . v V A FRANKFORT ROIJNUABUUT. FRANKFORT. SEPTEMBER 'JO. 183fi. TO TRAVELERS. The followins time table of the LonWvillc & Railroad Compiny went into effect Saturday, May .885. TRAINSEAST, Arrives Leaves N,i. 18 n ,0 '5 a m X ,, j2 5 32 p m 5 '7 P m Xo. 24 8.15 P m Xn. jo 9 45Pm 9 47 P " TRAINS WhST. Arrives. Leave. Xo it. 8. to a m 3 15 p m Xo. 2t '-57 P m aoj p m Xo. 19 4 41 ii ta 4 51 p m K. P. HRVAN. Agent. Preaching at the Baptist Churcli tomorrow morning and evening. S3veral newly married couples came in to the Circud on a bridal trii Thursday. o The first frost of the season made 'its appearance in this locality Thursday morning. m Rev. Robt. E Caldwell's...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
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