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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 October 1886

4. M- 5: lT "l"""" ( " v w - 100 YEARS OLD Was Frankfort, on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 18S6, And is a Quite Frisky Old Girl, Too. Frankfort celebrated her one hundredth birthday, on Wednesday, in royal style, and the Frankfort boys and girls, of a half century ago, who have made for themselves homes in other places, came back to the old town to see how she would demean herself on the occasion, while a great multitude from Louisville, Lexington, Versailles and other places, as well as the surrounding country gathered in, until fully 20,000 people were in the city. The (lay, which was as bright nnu oeautmii as tne most exacting could have wished for, was opened with a salute of two gun from Arsenal Hill, which brought out our citizens, who went busily to work to prepare for the grand parade. The steamers Hibernia and Wue Wing brought up four or five hundred excursionists from down the river, and the steamer Grace Morris and Excursion barge brought a similar number from points up the river. T...

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 October 1886

r ft ' If victor or vnncpiished, with loving ncclaim At home they were welcomed in transport the same. Now in nil Christian graces, and beauty most rare, With the fairest on earth our women coin bare: In the pathways of Learning and Music' and Art We have those who now play a conspicuous part; But in politics yet, they are the reserve power, Well equipt for the need of its imminent hour; One Portia We have, who, despite the old laws, Won the place of Librarian of State in our cause. As Elizabeth Fry, of most precious fame, Our Emily Tubman had National name. The genius of woman makes distance her slave, And all round the world now the "white ribbons'' wave. She teaches she preaches, she sings, and she prays, And, "peace, like a river," winds on her bricht wavs As she works out the glory, not yet understood, The star-like perfection of her womanhood. Now when we have left this dark valley of time, Who have passed thro' eyents deeply sad and sublime, The young and fair women around us...

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. — 9 October 1886

a k ii lu A ;H v. M KKAMCFOKT ttOUNDABUUT. EnUrod iit the at Frankfort, Kentucky, as second-class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Sdlioc aaaca. E'vutelieli.cr. FRANKFORT. OCTOBER 0, 1880. Secure scats for the Corn Van Tassel engagement. dipt. Geo. T. Stagg and family have removed to the new house of P. C. Sower, on Main street, where they will reside in future. Mr. James G. Dudley and family have returned to our city to reside and have taken possession of their old home on the corner of "Wapping and Wilkinson streets. Mr. .T. II. McChwney, late of the Paris Citi.nn, made us a pleasant call on Tuesday, and took in the Centennial' on Wednesday. The brethren of the tripod are always welcome. A peculiar virtue in Ayer's is, that while it cleanses and purges the blood from all corruptions and impurities, and thereby roots out disease, it invigorates tne wiioie system, and makes one young again. An umbrella marked C. 1$. Conway was taken from If. 11. "Williams' grocery, on Wednesday, 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. — 9 October 1886

r ii,iuiii , , ,HWWgHgMgBBMB!j i (TT W -" " " VWi J "', WVJp'lvu r 'JIJr -v rwwrr,,T. 8 FOB SILE! sv" We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of Bootsr Shoes, HatsT ""TTrms5k .ik For the coming season. We would call especial attention to our line of Gents' 2.00, 2.50, and $3.00 Shoes, in Button, Bals and Congress; also our Ladies' Kid and Pebble Goat lines at $1.50, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00. These goods for style and durability cannot be surpassed, and you will save time and money by examining the stock before making your purchases. Our line of Hats and Caps in ail the latest styles and shapes is full and complete, and we invite you to call and examine them. These goods will jjbe sold at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronage. Respectfully, MEAGHER BKOTHE'ES. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 9, 1886. Com Van Tassel in a reportore of popular successes. Rev. W. II. Hampton will preach nt St. John's Chapul to...

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. — 9 October 1886

t V t ujimmni'iiiicwMi mmi in UJtHJWHIWlM IMIMmnJM MM imp ilu Are We Ask is a re You Buy! tnBBBMHMm We have a full stock of ffi 1995, HOTiOHS. GL09KS, CRRPETS. OIL CLOTHS, And all kinds Fancy Goods, We have determined to sell Goods as Cheap as any House in the City. Below we call attention to some of the good bargains we will offer: 20 pieces double-width Cashmere 40 inch Tricot, all colors, all wool 40 inch large, all colors, all wool, 500 pair regular made Hose at Ladies' and Gents' Underwear in all varieties. Oloaikisl OlOQJssI Ladies', Misses', prepared to see you in our new, large, and well-lighted store, at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets. The round nml square Wesl Point Stoves, seen on BucIdeyV float Centennial day. are ths best hard coal Moves in the market. Mr. Henry Williams set a long table in the; second story of his South Frankfort Livery Stable, on Centennial day, from which were fed over 200 people. The ninny friends of Mis E. T. Levis, formerly of this count...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 October 1886

I. I ACCUSED OF ROBBEltY. Tlio locomotive whistled, bells rang, tlio train rushed into tho station, doors opened, passengers alighted and. went their various ways and Monsieur Czato nlone remained. Ho stood nt tho window of his carriage, looking at tho passengers, hut paying no attention to the guards who offered him their services; his cravat hung untied, his coat and vest were unbuttoned and his mouth was open as though he had been unable to close it since a cry of astonishment had escaped him. Gradually Monsieur Czato recovered himself sufficiently to call the station mnBter, who, when ho arrived, did not regard with a favorable eye the Btout, dusty figure at tho window. "Be good enough to get out, sir, said ho, authoritatively. "The train goes no further." "No, I shall not," said tho traveler, until you bear witness to " "What?" cried the station master, impatiently. "That I have been robbed." "Impossible," cried the other, "Alas! only too possiblol" saidM. Czato, placing his ha...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 October 1886

s it. St ti ? MMOKMBSCKISMi rUAiNkbOKT ROUNDABOUT, R. K. McCLURE Go to J. Heniey's for your Foil itr.XT. The brick opposite Is Back from the EAST nnd is now receiving daily his r. the depot, belonging; to V. if tf. Bclucatioital. The Great centennial is over, now let the te.u'hers of the county prepare for their Institute. He-side the regular Institute work, there will he instritniental and vocal muic, addresses e..iy.s and select readings Let every one do all they can to make this meeting instructive and intiv.t?ng, and one long to be remembered. T. Ilux'rai, (.S.S. Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Tenn., write: ''My family and I are beneficiaries of your excellent medicine, Dr. King's Xew Di covery for I'onMimptionjhaving found it to bead that you claim for it, desire to to its virtue. My friends to whom 1 have recommended it, praise it at every opnortum'ty." Dr King's few Discovery for Consumption" is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Hronehitis, Allium, Croup and e...

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 October 1886

Ut,r 'ifi? "''r fjt ' 7"5W , V Ji The Frankfort Roundabout. k QEOROEA LEWIS, Publisher. Volume X. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 16, 1886. BRIMFULL OF TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Number 5. BUSINESS! 1 , ' NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A i : "LARGE m WELL SELECTED STOCK TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. ' ' . In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think we can safely announce that nowhere in ' the State can be found a stock superior to ours. t : OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT X Is staples zrsroTriEiiLrxEs. . OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT IS OUR PRIDE! In it you can find aTny kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order -',,-,, ,,, t intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. COME TO SEE US. We '"" will d0 an in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. H...

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 October 1886

a "Pou "Rent. A hxtpo front room on first floor, corner St. Clnlr unci Clinton streets. It Dick Higdon 1ms three pigs 58 days old which weigh 45 pounds each. Pretty good shontes. Mr. Darslc returns this morning from Shelby ville and will preach in his pulpit to-morrow as usual. He may be compelled to return to Shelby ville to-morrow afternoon to continue the very successful meeting he has been conducting there for the past two weeks. Up to Wednesday night there had been twenty-five accessions to the church. The success of our Centennial celebration is mainly due to the untiring energy of Col. John L. Scott, who was one of the principal projectors of the celebration, and persisted in urging it upon the attention of our citizens, through the city papers, until the old town was awakened to the importance of the event, and tojk it up with a whoop. m Mr. Chas. R Gresham, the South Side dry goods merchant, has just received a full and complete slock of goods in his line, which he is now 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. — 16 October 1886

3 A SERMON, DELIVKBED BX Rev. J, 3tcC. Blayney. D. D., Jn the First Presbyterian Ckutck, Fiankfort, Ky , Sunday evening, Oct. loti, 1886, after Centennial Week. ""For None of us LIvcth to Himself." Rom. 14:7. During tho past week the story of a cen tury of our city's lifo has boon told, and accentuated by such a pageant of parade and decoration and illamination, as has ararely been surpassed in this or any other .part of tho land. That story has been a most interesting one, and has been sot in n dazzling picture in the memory of the generation. The whole community has been interested and aroused as never before. Tho eyes of the present generation have been fixed upon tho shadowy forms of the past that still live And walk in our midst, and shall for centuries to come. "We have been taught in the histories of the day how oven animal instinct has left its trace on tho lifo of man. Tho buffalo builds a highway into tho pathless wilderness for tho advance of civilisation, tho beaver's ho...

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 October 1886

ifliiP A -- r y ' P" """ 7 T ' - H M. P. GRAY. LEE S. CHURCH. MEW STORE! GRAY & HHHBRH! NEW STOCK! We are now ready for business, and are prepared to make low w CASH PRICES ON HARDWARE! fc. pfe' H R w 1 V K 1 & . S - -W For the Builder, Farmer, Merchant, Distiller, and Millman. We also have a large line of J , 820,000 PUBLIC SALE -OF A- Franklin County Farm, MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1886. (COURT DAY.) T WILL ON THE ABOVE DAY SELL TO THE 1 highest bidder, at the Court House door In Frankfort, Ky., ut or about the hour of 12 m., the the farm which I purchused from Mr. L. J. Cox, containing ubout . 260 ACRES Of good land situated about 3 miles from Frankfort, Ky., on the Peak's Mill pike, fo mile from the Owenton pike, 1 mile from the Georgetown and Frankfort pike und Ufa miles from the Versailles und Frankfort pike, lbO acres of which Is rich bottom land, 8u acres In fine timber, all well watered and fenced. This lund will be positively sold and a bargain may be expected. Messrs. J...

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. — 16 October 1886

9BH Em Hi FOR SOLE! BHBfiHIHS! '2BM11 vsiiillll We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats7 Caps, Books and Stationery For the coming season. We would call especial attention to our line of Gents' $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Shoes, in Button, Bals and Congress; also our Ladies' Kid and Pebble Goat lines at 81.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. These goods for style and durability cannot be surpassed, and you will save time and money by examining the stock before making your purchases. Our line of Hats and Caps in ail the latest styles and shapes is full and complete, and we invite you to call and examine them. These goods will .be sold at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronege. Respectfully, MEAGHER BRGTHEHS. i'KANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 16, 1886. Another wedding on the 9th of November. The highest market price given for fresh potatoes by Mastin Bros. The fall term of the Circuit Court be...

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. — 16 October 1886

bi $ tf vw I' ar " & 8- w& ' " n't' M v'VH ,j. k'f SSJ - 'H' tint little pot, for I felt assured that tho next day when in the afternoon tho soup was nearly done a special nnndiui or two of red popper would bo put into that infant kettle, and the few elect who know exactly what perfect burgoo was would get a chance to taste its contents But, nlnst 1 have only touted it in my imagination, and 1 will hardly see another burgoo till next spring, when the grans greens up and tho trees put out fresh leaves. Over boyohd the Capitol lot the trenches wero dug and tho barbecuing was going on. It was a big job, too. There wore two hundred Bhee'p, fat shouts, and more to cotre. A beef or two was also expected, and in another of town a hundred old hams were oiling. A ham, like the burgoo, requires full twenty-four hours for its perfect cooking, and must be simmered slowly all the titno. From these few details you can form some idea of what Frankfort had pre pared to regale her visitors u...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 October 1886

I t A FATAL PIDDLE. Of a rather common type, but not on that account uninteresting, was Philip Pottinger of her majesty's paper fastener and J-pen office. But whatever may have been his failings, he had the advantage over the majority of the junior government clerks he was a man with an ambition; two ambitions, in fact, and these were (1) to become permanent under secretary of the paper-' fastener and J-pen department, and (3) to move in "society" to bask in the miles of duchesses, and to. become that (to him) delightful animal, "a man about town," a man "who prrtos everywhere." Now, Mr.. Philip Potcinger Pipps was gifted not only with a soaring ambition, but also with a very fair share of the common sense necessary for the direction of his efforts to rise; and before he commenced operations, having sat himself down to count the cost, he came to the conclusion that in the attainment of his official ambition the of his social ambition would be of material assistance to him. He had re...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 October 1886

, J h & HRbbI FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Why iro nbotit with that aching1 head? Try Ayur's pills They, relieve the stomach, restore the tlve organs to healthy action, remove the obstructions that depress nerved and brain, and thus cure headache. m Tioga. Mr. Warren Pullinm cut clown rt beech tree yesterday for fuel. On the ftem was round the 'ancient engraving Graham 1774. The ttilrvlcw Sunday-school being planted on good soil still flourishes, hence the death of all the adjacent schools surrounding. While a clarionet was playing a solo last Sunday, the organ apd choir being silent, Mr. liuforri's trained pup sung out a rich alto regardless of notes or time, to the amusement of the dense audience present. This is how a late teacher in educated Shelby excused himself from attending the Institute: ''Deer the old wpmin, left the bars down and the hogs is gone, isebeen a hunting them for 2 days and can't go." Mr. John Morris, of. Ohio, who has been exhibiting the capture of Jeff. Davis, ...

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 October 1886

) ,-,,., ..y,,, T, -S-y .- - v t rw WTT 7t; , " ! r '"V. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. Volume X. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 23, 1886. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Number 6. RIMFULL OF BUSINESS NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A LARGE m WELL SELECTED STOCK TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think vc can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPilRTMEN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT IS OUR PRIDE! In it you can find any kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. COME TO SEE US. We will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. Fredrick Warde at the Oper...

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 October 1886

"i. - . ' tfi' V AY r.. '" I I' IBBMKMMMmimi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered (it the post-office nt Frankfort, Kentucky, us second-class Mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, IcLitoc Fia.'blicli.ex. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER S3, 188G. Deatli of Miss 13. T. Lewis. Elizabeth Traverse Lewis, a former citizen of the Wood lake neighborhood, and an aunt of the editors of this paper, dial at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Susan It Price, at Brookside, near Richmond, Va., on Friday, October lo, in the 71th year of her age. The older membersof this community will remember her as a lady of unusual mental attainments; of warm and generous nature; fearless and intelligent in the expression of her views; and altogether one of the loveliest of the old fashioned Virginia ladies of the olden time. She was born in Spottsylvania county, Va., in August, 1813, came to Kentucky about the year 1832, and resided near Woodlake, this county, until 1882; when she returned to Virginia. She united with the Presbyterian ...

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 October 1886

1 . w i 'ttl l"iB 0 i 4, : m. 1 HMMBBHPBaMb -'? 5TrT555 J9P?T S,' FOR SEE! IMS! tWHhI Ik We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of BootsT ShoesT Hatsr Caps7 Books and Stationery For the coming season. Bals and Congress: also and durability cannot purchases. Our line of and examine them. FKAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 23, 188G. Mr. Dnrsiu occupies his pulpit tomorrow morning and night as usual. On Heating Stoves you can save money by buying at Gray & Church. Mr. Darsiu's meeting at Shelby-ville closed last Tuesday night with 31 accession to the Church. We regret to know that Miss Anna Sullivan, one of the teachers in 'the City School, is quite sick. The UouxDAiiouT man was a member of the committee on Lodges Under Dispensation in the Grand Lodge of Masons, in Louisville, on Tuesday. A young minister residing in an Eastern city will return to his old Frankfort homo next month and carry away with him one of Frankfort's fairest d...

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 October 1886

H, t ' PKMKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The examining trial of Mr; Alex. Julian, for, assault upon Miss Maggie O. Hawkins, was had on Saturday last, when he was held over in bond of $1,000, which was promptly given. , o. . The first electric lights ever seen in this city were burning at the Custom House wharf on Sunday evening. The flue tow boat, Excel, was provided with them, and while burning they lighted up that section of the city in splendid style. We are informed by Capt. E. M. Drane, agent for the Blue Wing, that that steamer is soon to be provided with them also. The saw and planing mill of Messrs W. J. Hughes & Son was destroyed by ilre on Wednesday morning last. The lire was discovered just before 1 o'clock, andjwas beyond control when flrst seen. The mill and contents were totally consumed, involving a loss of about $5,000. Their large yard full of lumber was saved without damage. The property was covered by insurance. Louisville Tobacco IWTarket. FURNISHED BY OLOVEB & DUKHET...

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. — 23 October 1886

Bffl .- WEiit tJtW. uli .( V4." .-it" : wy Hit; , iSMR? mm. Mk.f m M: IK Vi , r V " CtsSrertTA J:..ftl KSKC T r SK.es 11 , $K35V wl U.tyfi? k 7 'v 5 M? ( mai iv . )! t ., ,U At L1 Sii ;v,i;?i,fv PHHDDHlif FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 23, 1880. The news from Gen. John Rodman yesterday afternoon was to the effect that he was lying very ill, and his death momentarily expected. . Mr. Richard Jenkins has left at this -office some of the nicest apples we have seen this year. They were of the Roman Beauty variety, and' are splendid for either cooking or eating. Messrs. S. & J. H. Told purchased, on Monday the coal business of Mr. W. T. Gaines. They take his stock of coal on hand together with all his carts, wagons and horses, and will remove their office to his old stand. Mr. Gaines will give his entire attention to his tow boat, the Houston Combs. ; Mr. John Frazer, of Woodlake, has laid upon our table a curiosity in the shape of a large Shaker Russett Potato from which are growing in all ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
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