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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 27 February 1886

FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, A Card. From tho fnct thnt I hnvo no other means of speaking to tho voters of my district, becnuao 1 nm bixdly crippled from ft fnll of toy horse, except in this wny, nnd n I nm informed thoro nre objections to mo ns n magistrate, becnuse I hnve been too liberal in the wny of turnpike?, fcc. Now I havo a thought or two to suggest to each persons, if there be nny. It is true thnt self preservation is the first law of nature, but while that io true it docs not imply selfishness. It is true that along side of my front yard rnnH tho Louisville and Crab Orchard Turnpike and all tho county pikes east of mo intersect it. A part of tho same Louisville piko connects mo with Frnnkfort nnd tho two Crab Orchard and Frnnkfort pikes are intersected by every piko south of tho Kentucky river, from which it can readily bo neen that I hnve full access to every one of thorn without nny mud ronds, which is all tho pikes I need. Tho same I hnvo had for twenty yenrs, or more. And wh...

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. — 27 February 1886

4 mm---mm. Programme of Teacher's Meeting: at tlte Opera House To-day. Morniny session from 10 to 12. Meeting culled to order at 10 o'clock by Col. John L. Scott. Opening prayer by Eld. Geo. Darsie. Grand instrumental overture by Prof. J. O. unuer and Class. Address of welcome by Governor J. Proctor Knott. llesponse to Governor's address by Prof. II. II. Carothers. A song by .vi Ism Nellie Orbison. The coming teacher by Mrs. N. S. Williams. The Buck Run Sfhool by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton. Turn all Common Schools into Colleges by Prof Fuller Case. lEuve You Heard the Tale? by Miss Nannie Urowder. . General Discussion of School Hill in . live mlnutespeeches, for forty minutes. Recitations by elocutionists, Prof. T. M. Ilawesnnd Mrs. Allen uir. A poem prepared for the occasion by Mrs. VV. Leslie Collins. A song by Miss Belle Sanders. Afternoon amnion from 2 to 4. Instrumental chorus by Prof J. O. Mauer and class. The Dedication of the Temple, by Rev. R. E. Caldwell. Unpublished Kentucky L...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 March 1886

Jr' 7 !-. fi ? ki;. - j.,!.. rMnrfifriVnfevWi A ,iYiiii'rTiriftfili wn nhii - ff 1' TI le rtaiikfori Roundabout Alw ' ' QEORQE A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH G, 1886. Number Bridgeport. Ploughing. Jowl nnd greens. The Bick nro nil better. Buttor more plontiful. SoraoproflpentB of Rnrdoning. . Just four weeks 'till the Primary election. Indications of another wedding loom np. Mrs. Snmuelln Crockett is on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. Miller hns boon quite siok this week. Fresh arrivals weekly at tho cod fish and coal oil store. Mr. J, Harrod made n trip to Shelby county this week. Squire J. B. Russell's court convenes to day at 10 o'clock-Mr. Jns. R. Sargent will shortly remove to Anderson county. The whooping cough seems to have about spent its force in this section. Dr. Geo. M. Reddish,' of Pulaski county, was in tho villago last Saturday. Mr. Alox Julian, sr., has returned homo from n visit to friends 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. — 6 March 1886

&MBRi B5WB "s?!?s if 7"Vir J-" ilr - i J 1 1 "(Wfl Rtn KUANKF01IT RUUiNOAiiOUT. . 'tired at the al Eranktnrt, Kentucky as elan tnatlablr matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, 23 cSLit i c asiea. u.Tolieli cr. FRANKFORT, MARCH 0, 1880. The Educational Mass Meeting. Last Saturday was the grandest day 1 hat Frankfort has witnessed for many a year; In fact, there has never been such a gathering of the friends of the "ommon schools held in this State he- fore. Every one present being full of the spirit of the meeting, it had the rtamp of success on it from the start. The managers knowing no such word as fail, had worked for success, and were amply rewarded. The railroads began unloading delegates on Thursday, and from that time until Saturday night every train brought a large number to swell the already large and interested crowd. Col. John L. Scott called the meeting to order and presided during the session as chairman, and It. H. of the Educational Cowant, acted as secretary. Governor Knott del...

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 March 1886

i i f . 1 FliANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. MARCH 0, 1880. Fon ItKST. a rooms on first floor, Ann strcut, by Miss Mary Camniuek. Dr. W. I. Kclley will bo at the Capital Hotel next Saturday for tho treatment of patients. Cow for ham: I have a first class milk cow for sale at a bargian A. G. AiSTiioM. Mr. Richard Ferguson has purchased the cigar stand at Hohannan's billiard saloon, and will hereafter run that establishment. , . To-morrow is the regular quarterly communion season at tho Southern Presbyterian Church. Preparatory services this morning at 10 o'clock. Jno. T. Buckley is agent for the largest iron roofing house in the United States, and can sell roofing as low us any house in tho country. 2t. Mr. Ike Williams, sr., took charge of the Work-house on Monday. Mr. kd. Lillis, the former keeper, has removed to his farm in Shelby county. . m Mr. A. G. Alstrom is closing out his tailoring business and will leave here ntfxt week for Lynchburg, Virginia, where he will reside in futur...

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 March 1886

111 ii fea wTKa '? ',"'l"WP l.JJPUWipJUjjw "OTmw'5HjW"rw"w"j "wiiwf;T.l'pmiiiwwwwy ' t T '4 PRANK FORT ROUNDABOUT. Bald Knob. Hurrah for tuiclo Zoko Yocum for Jnilor. Win. Bell, of Shelby count, wns in this vicinity lnet week. Wm. Tcrrcl was down at Louisville with his tobacco Inst week. Mr. Jns. Snllivnn, of Shelbyville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Levi Baker. Mr. D. S. Cnin will orgnnizo n singing Rchool nt Lebanon Church shprtly. Doctor J. Owon Robinson mnilo n flying trip to Bridgeport Inst Stmday. Joo Snook, of Consolation, Shelby county, was visiting friends here last week. Matt. Wnrrcn and V. T. Wnrrcn, of Shelby county, attended the writiug school nt this place last week. List of tho sick. Mrs. Almeda Brewer, Miss Fronio Moore, Mrs. Malinda Wnrrcn, Mr. J. B. Duncan. Nicholas Allison, who emigrated to Shelby couuty last spring, hns moved back to his fnrm on Pint Creek, Lnst Thursday week Mrs. Sarah Sanford was stricken With n sovere nttnck of vertigo, but is doing well at th...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 6 March 1886

HM T- lUK.viwajf.uy.Tiiitwu'iiiniwwvi.ia.JC.KWiiiiJir; SuDDieni Porks of JilZtliorji. At. FKANKFOUT, KY. MAHCII C, 183(i. A bill to prohibit cows from running at largo in tho streets of this city was passed in t lie Senate yesterday. Now is the time for owners of cows to get in their protests. There seems to be a desire to smuggle it through the Legislature without letting our citi.ens know anything about it. Camilla Urso, tho great violin virtuoso, and company, composed of live splendid artists, will appear at the Opera House on Friday evening next, March 1:2th. The musical critic of the Louisville Courier-Journal says of her: Jlor marvellous power over tho violin has given her the conceded position of the greatest living player upon that instrument, and tho exquisite music- from her how can novcr be forgotten by those fortunate enough to bo numbered in her audience. It is an exquisite mimic thut appeals directly to tho heart in tones almost human, awakening responsive chords every...

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 March 1886

rtv ' -n t1 'FTrTT MPMP IT7 "W f The Frankfort Roundabout. 0E0R0E A. LEWIS, PMlshar. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., MARCfif l 1886. Number f The city for the year 1886 Is now in the hands of the dity Clerk, subject to Inspection, so that any taxpayer may go up, examine his list, and if not satisfied, can get his complaint in shape by the time the appeal meeting is held. St. Joseph's Benevolent Society of this city will celebrate St. Patrick's day by a public meeting at the Court House on Wednesday evening next. The Governor will preside and addresses be delivered by lions. John P. Newman, of Covington, George Smith, of Hancock, Jas. H. Mulligan and others. A collection will be taken' up for the Parnell Fund. New Enterprise. ' Some capitalists of our city are con templating the building and running of a gin distillery, and have located the same at the Big Cliff Spring of W. L. Collins, near his residence. The capital of the co...

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 March 1886

jtmmammmmiimamammmmmmmmmmmamHmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmimmammmmimmmmmmmpmmmm'mmms MANKFOHT llOUiNDABUUT hi itjred atth ni Ernnklott, Kentucky as cond class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. SSd.it.rr x.9. FvulslSelier. FIUNKFORT, MARCH IB, 1880. Jo'.ni K. Polk, ti former resident of this city, who killed n man by the ii una of Owens in Rockcastle county two years ago, in self-defense, was acquitted on'Tuesday, nl hi trial in Mt. Vernon. The candidates for the Democratic nomination for the various offices to be Hlled at the August election addressed the people at Bridgeport Saturday. There was u large crowd in attendance ill the candidates and two or three other fellows. Rev. George Dafsie will return from Cincinnati to-day. and will occupy his pulpit to-morrow morning and evening a usual. The meeting in which lie was engaged at the Central Christian Church, in that city, resulted in forty odd additions to the Church. Two young men were engaged in i playful scuffle on St. Clair street Tues...

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 March 1886

1 r&9 w ! " $gm em '"" ; h 9 ' "S o FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, MARCH 13, 1880. Lent began on Wednesday. Wnh Leo hn9 opened n Chinese laundry on Main, street, opposite tho Capital Hotel. Dr, W, I. Kelley Is at the Capital Hotel to-day, and will be glad to sec all those In need of his services. Miss Kate Meriwether, formerly of this city, and Mr. Smjth, of Minnesota, will be married in Louisville on Tuesday. - i ' '- The extraordinary popularity of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is the natural result of its use by Intelligent people for over forty years. It has proven itself tho very best specific for colds, coughs and pulmonary complaints. The beer still at tho Cedar Run distillery burst Tuesday morning, but did comparatively little damage. i The weekly hops of the Assembly Ball Club and tho Governor's lovees have been discontinued until after . lent. Ten new gas lamps are to be put up in South Frankfort, to supply the place of the coal oil lamps now in use over there. Esquire Pat....

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. — 13 March 1886

T f mSIPJ9QEXEZ23EIHHC IBS 5 f f'fJWJffrWBrwfr "" ijMp j n' j; ,wy. 'y. i w t.'.','jwi wt'mjw isii'W'i'j''i)'ywjpiiyv qr FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, - i wl THE ANCIENT GREEKS- THEIR BELrlEP CONCERNING TUB SEAT OF LOVE ANH PASSION. The Liver Regarded as the Favored Organ-How could it be so? Recent Facts Partly Confirm this Belief. Tho undent Greeks thought the seat of love and passion was in the liver, and in great measure their opinion was not far astray. The lover whose liver is oir, or the husband who is bilious is not half a man his sluggish liver has filled his blood with bile. Of all the mean, contemptible counterfeits in the world, red blood full of bile is the worst the very worst. We have about 10 quarts of this fluid in the average size man. It is constantly undergoing change and is manufactured from the food we daily consume by a chemical process nature liiifj. She selects only that portion which, after digestion, is found to bo proper, and takes it up by a tube called the thora...

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. — 13 March 1886

flODNDHBOn 2,524. t5 Bment FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 13, 188G. Antiocli. Whooping cough plentiful. Mr. Henry Halo nnd wife hnvo tho fovor. Protiching nt Antiooh on tho third Sun day. Tho wheat crop is suffering very much for tho want of. rain. Miss Kate Mooro was tho guest of hor aunt, Mrs. Eliza Goins, last Tuesday. Wo aro glad to loam that Miss Leo Ilos-sell has recovorod from a serious attack of measles. Tim nnnnln in ireneral aro burninir nlai t bods, and preparing for a now crop of U Mr. and Mrs. Noah Goins havobjen suffering very much from sovero colds, sir.cot loi.1 visit to Louisvillo. Wo aro sorry to loam that flva of Mr.. Jonnio Smith's smallest chiUroa hne tho whooping cough. Mr. Lu Conway is sowing his farm, which lies four miles from Frankfort on tin Flat Creek turnpike, in grass. Mr. Noah Goins made us n pleasant call last week. Noah is a thorough gontlema i and a temporato man, and ho is going to bi hard to beat. Auditor's Report. SCHOOL FUND WHITE RECEIPTS. The followiug...

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. — 20 March 1886

MsMtti JiHrJkVHiViiHHHi 1 - . ' f , "- ' - . , . . . ' r 1 Volume IX. The Frankfort Roundabout. BEOROE A. LEWIS, Pubilshtr. DEVOTED TO 'LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. FRANKFORT, KY , MARCH 20, 1886. MONEY" SAVED inwHa -BY 001NO TO SEE- iiHEIBj: WMZ QQ miKsmaaLTCfinmmr M IBiHHBBBJBHMBBBJBHklBU v imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwnBi.v rmMwm ivw mniiiiiiiiib.iim V. BERBERICH Jun. 23-Cm, TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Numberj. STARTING THE SEAS0H1BRIGHT HOPES ; Stimulated by our past success, we are exerting all our mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OF ALL. We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. We will give you prices that are just and fair. Nothing more attractive can be seen than our new Spring Goods. In our Tailoring Department we can show novelties that are exquisite, and an assortment that is strikingly grand. Our Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department we have endeavored to make very attractive by buying the most stylish goods and an assortment sufficient to sa...

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. — 20 March 1886

I 'WPQUtpm' " 7'i lflKWWff WHfl5P! ' - ' ('T'jrjwki, iniwyrv ""Tytt ",'JyWPw:W "1 .tjw t ; a' NEW GRI3.T . T AND HOMINY,, MILL. WE HAVE JUST PUT IN NEW MACHINERY IN OUR JEWEL. GRIST AND HOMINY MILL ON N. MADISON ST., AND ARE PREPARED TO DO OTTSTOasC OIF1 OOIRILT., Either Into Meal or Hominy. We keep constantly on hrind a large stock of ME AL AND HOMINY, which we ore Belling nt lowest prices, both wholesale and retail. Will deliver goods in any part of the city free of charge. Office 818 Main street, up stairs. Orders left at either will receive prompt attention. & X Xw -A. 3s dc & eXXX. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. K.tered at the post-office at Eranktort, Kentucky a second clan mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS. BdLttir and. "va."folle2a.er. FRANKFORT, MAttCH 20, 1886. The Shelby County Times is the name of a new Democratic weekly paper just established at Shelbyville by Messrs. PoynterA Harwood. The first number is before us and is a beautifully printed, bright, newsy sheet. We wis...

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. — 20 March 1886

At V ? r ' j'. mAwv"' U V' T J" HTW JW "T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT MARCH 20, 1888 The alarm of Are Monday night was occasioned by the burning out of a chimney of a small grocery on East Third street, South Side. m Mr. Darsle preaches to-morrow morning on ''The Work of Faith," and at night on,"Our Refuge In Christ."- You are invited. m The warm sunshine arid pleasant weather of the past week has caused the merchants to put up their awnings and spring poetry to sprout. We hava used Tongallne in several rases of neuralgia and rheumatism, and relief has followed Its use in every instance. Drs. N. A. & A. McCoy, Pinson, Tenn. Xol. Richard H. Taylor, of th'ls city, left for Louisville Thursday afternoon, wWe he has secured the position of clerk in the Commercial Hotel on .Main street, near Sevenths t Rev. J. Norton Chestnutt, formerly of this city," but now rector of the Church of the Advent, St. Louis, Mo., him received a call to take charge of St. Peter's Church in Louisville...

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. — 20 March 1886

H -. a r -- t FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. The Franklin County Teachers' As soclation met at the office of Col T. 13 Ford on Saturday, March 13th, 1880. Prof. Hugh Tracy was selected as chairman und Miss Mary T. Merna as secretary. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved That we approve of the late educational convention held in this citv and the resolutions rid on ted ty SRid convention, and urge the 'Leg- igMtore to adopt the suggestions Hetblbcd, That we recommend that J similar meetings ue nciu in other portions of the State. The meeting then adjourned to meet or. the 2d Saturday in April. Hugh Tracy, Ch'm. Mary T. Mekna, Sec'y. - Bridgeport Spring indeed. Sowing oats in full blast. Plant your Irish potatoes next week. Drought prophets are now in order. Spinning wheels seem to be in great demand. The ground hope's predictions proved t a day. Several of the boys have been fishing this week. Price Towels made a business trip to Georgetown last Monday. Born March 15th...

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. — 20 March 1886

!iujitiB8m.m.ij.ijj..".i.,n,min'iiAiL.iuje3e . '.w.if.'i'if.aajgjL: I"1 ' "" iLjLauJMauMjimuuMWBBaKm FRANKFORT, KY., MARCH 20, 1880. L,oniBv5nie Tobacco Market. FUItNIHIIKI) BY OMIVKK & DUltnnTT, rillKTOIiH IiUUIBVIMiK TOIIACCO HOUHK. Tho following quotations fnirly represent our market for Now Hurley: Tho receipts mul salon this week lmvo been higher tlmn for some timo past, tlio result of tho recent unfavorable weather conditions. There has been sumo improvement in prices in tho past fow days on all grades of Burloy tobacco, and especially k this true of tho medium grades of fiflory leaf. Tho sales for tho week amount to 2,o07 hhds., and tho sales for tho year amount to L'il.ilOl hhds. against 'Ji),'27 hhds. for tho corresponding poriod last year. Tho sales of tho now erop to dato amount to U7,'218 hhds., and tho receipts for tho week aro 1.-170 hhds. Dark Trash 3.00 Colory Trash 4.00 Common Lugs not colory 4.00 Colory Lugs 5.00 Common Leaf not colory fi.fiO Good Leaf 8.00 Fin...

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