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TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ''tTi1mA TU1U1UC i TV J,jVt FRANKFORT, Number 3$7 ft '' - fgTARTMG THE SEASOHMBRIGHT HOPES Stimulated oy our past success, we are exerting all oui mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OF ALL. i'fl -- V m w ?V. We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. you prices, We will give M IS iV J that are just and fair. " . m BEW&K'J.t V.1 - In our Tailoring Department we can sho novelties BwvKbthine: more attractive can be se3n than our new Spring Goods. exquisite, and an assortment that is strikingly grand. Our Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department vr have MB& Dat are bv the most stylish goods and ilW endeavored to make very attractivewill buyingstocked with newest stvles.an assortment sufficient to satisfy every turn of iNraf.fancv. Our Hat Department vou find made bv the most celebrated nrmrmffrntiirerB. " " - m W' TD to;-- $ rfi ES?'- IT VftTT "WATtf!1 I U.U VV LVi 1 A- Stylish Suit, the Latest Ha.t, Nobby ftu".kwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, White or Colored Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, a Silk Umbrella, Walking Cane, raveling Bag, Pair Suspenders, Scarf Pin, Pair Cuff Buttons, Gum Joat, HAT LUJ-jJLiiillilOi T A "DC! rTT"PTIC! UU X id w&. ST" fflft" S&.v. Or anything else usually sold at first-clas- s i Tailoring anci Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Establishments, come to us. iM &SS3iw HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL, NO. ' ffisT BfltfK . Bt 302 MAIN STREET, . ; ,,u... '.;; .. - . y - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. rx -- s v3 m 2 saw "f.i-- i . v 'tf E&tfly 'As a superb hair dressing and reno- i ir..:u r:.M,.H vaxtir, iyur nun viyoi la uun ensnl- 4 ; xmd dumlruit', cured eruption and itch- rincra of the ecalp, promotes renewed growth of the hair, and proven ts Its n uuiuny Mii0" j.lUUlll commended. It .. eradicates schurf Surface Indications Wliut n miner would "surfiifo indication" of what U beuetidi, nro tlio riniples, Stio.s, Soro liycs, Uotla, and Cutaneous Kruptiotis with which pcoplo uro uuuovcd in fsprini; ami early siiuiincr. Tho ell'eto matter accuiuu-latc- d during tho winter inoutlix, now inakos its presence felt, throtipli Katuro's endeavors t it from tlio stein. "Wlillo it rcinalus.it is n polMiu that festers intliulilomltiml may dm clop into Scrofvervin-opcrlvtcr- Blue GrassNurseries t ! CAPITAL EL No. TREES OUIt TREES! ms- sickness among the ladies appointed ?vpr the purpose prevented tiie usual full supplies for the Ladies Exchange jVof the Methodist Church last week. following ladies will attend to tho 'matter this week, vim: Mis. (J. H. Ureen, ..M'rs. V. T. Bun.van, Mrs.ltuth Flynn, Mi-3-. Wm. McEwan, Mrs. Henry Urown, Mrs, J. V. McEwan, Mrs. 11. T. Stan-fo- n and Misses Lutie and Dorsio Stan- J' ton,' Clara and Sallie Green, and Mary - ' We are requested to announce that USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Trees, (irapa Vines, Small Fruits and averytlilnp: usually found in u Nursery Establishment. L'ututosues on application to 11. V. UILIiENMEYER. Mar. UV3m. Lexlat?ton Ky. m Main St., Over Grntcher GALLERY! G. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART & il :4 iRV ?. Storks' White Hall Clothing House FEAKKPOET, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will thepeople of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. She Tills condition cuum's derangement of tlio di.!;ptivo mid iisiniiiatory organs, wiili ii feolin;,'of onorvntion, lunu'iior, and iily ula. Turnpike Meeting. AUTHORITY 01 VEN A MAJORITY OF' BYstockholders of tho Plum Uraucli and THE Haiti Knob Turnpike Road Company In tho charter of said road, notice Is hereby Riven that there will bo a meeting of tho stockholders of sulil road at Raid on tho tlrst Saturday hi Juno. Knob School-house- , 18S0. at hour of 10 o'clock, a. in., to elect u board of live directors for the ensuing year, (ilveli under my hand this 10th day of April. 1882." R. A. THOMSON', Presiding Judge Franklin County Court.. April 17-t- mw ijn spriiv,' fever." Theso'iiro evideuees that Nat uro ii not able, unaided, to throw oil' tlio corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital forces. To regain health. Nature iiitf-- t ho ;.' aided by n thoroutrh medicine; and nothing elo is .so ellcctivo us hlood-purifvin- Myers Sarsaparilla, which is Rifflcientlv powerful to expel from tho system even tho taint of HeredTlio medical profession imlorso Aykh's Saiisai'AIUI.I. a. mid many attestations of tho I'tires ollectcdby Itcon'io, from all parts of tlio world. It is, lit tho lamruajro of Sentho Hon. Francis Jewett, ator of 3IaMicliusetts ami of Lowell, "tlio onl' preparation that does real, lustily good. cx-Stii- to or "We will buy for it than anybody in tho market. It will pay you to como and see us. -- WOOL WANTED! 40,000 SO.OOO ptn.n.d.a or -- m 4:i of wool and pay more Woodlake. Ky. If1 at tho of-v The Exchahge will be hld Sowing Maehino flee of tho Singer Ij. ........... ..nu..n.B 'tf.KlaK tlffftCI vju viyiipuuyjcoriiwr uiiiiii miu iviiiiDiiuvia, "Saturday, April 21th, from 11 a. m. to t p. ni. .! A itary Bcrol'ula. MONEY SAVED -- Apr. K. A.. F'RA.ZlBJre, reOUT. NOEL, w. -- PnOI'KIKTOIW- BY GOING TO SEE- - RODGERS & ALLEN, DEALERS IN L. V. COMlTOJf. C. Macxmh. COMPTON&MACKLIN, 'tif if Booming Kuslxiess. Tho following telegram will explain ll 1A 17..tllIT W mutftf iviiu ij i.UAV llllll'i ijwn.) Afrii'tili 'l,oAitmif f1,vtl r ii iru(ni(jiim.vuiii im J lio- JH T A TO - JP: ?.JJI GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WARFIELD SEEDS, &c. E. ELKHOM ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THK VULL M I?, Itself; j K FRUPAItKD 11Y Dr. J. D. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. 5. 235 BROADWAY STREET. AVING JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLAStho above place, where wo will keep constantly on hand a full stock of Koods In our lino, we respectfully solicit a liberal share of the 'if I M i sei uompai)!, viauanaofu, jenn..' House lacked from pit to dome at matinee. Hundreds turned away. ."Rvorv scut sold for Will shiv r ,Iero three niglits longer. to-niir- Wn J.W VIM Sold by all Druggists: Price $1; Six bottles for H S at Roller System, AMI MANUrACTUKK m "3$ AYAH i3 H tiLw mvM TwB Wt M 0tifl vSitm 9fl 9)1 7wfl wCm lwyW (3 w PJffl lw cm V public paironiiKO, Jl 1 S,., v J2JDW1N YOUN'O. IVENOFF! west of Frankfurt, on the Mar. ltodgers & Allen. Six of the best grades of the bost Hour made in the world. Office urn! wureroom on Hroadway, m jan.2 opposite lS8U-l- Manager. THIS BEAUTIFUbof season initUo tlio W at toy stulilo nAY V ?K Proper Treatment for Coughs. L. & N. Itullroad, STALLION 'WILL two miles at wmrsSAu That tho reader may fully under- - $10 TO INSURE A MAKE IN FOAL. i tand what constitutes a good Cough "'aqd Lung pyrup, we will say . that Tar Money duo us Boon us fnct Is ascertained or the mure . ' ttoiDiDiinM tun DnriinBPD ivw. ..and Wild Oiorrj IS tllO DaSIS 01t tllO IlllVtiltl IIITII best remedies yot discovered. TllOSO OKF is nitoen hmul three Inches IUkIi, ii beautiful intrrodiunts with otliors ccitinllv ay with black points, and has lino btylonml action, J very f.intgalt with rowdays' handling. " i..rni,. into Dr. StM by Jo Hooker; ho byaold .loo Hooker, tho w. ,tiH enlenoiOlH, Jiacoy- - record auo. 1st uam old Haul, y. ' ,lio.sniiKo'H ijouii niKi tjiing wyntn, sire of Jiaun she by Alexander's Mumbrlno Chief: 2d dam Gray tlius niauinif it ono ot tno iiMiiiDiu Kaglo. Ac, tc e.; old Haul tho dam of Marys she tho )l) cents! dam of Carlisle, which sold for $2M) by John II. now on market. Price r: 'artel $100the SniiipU free. Pepper ouiu hv Howont also Onslaught, sold by Col. K. P.C0L1.INS.for W. L. i Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. South Side Meat Store. J. M.lfVATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SA1.YERS & WATTS.) HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR, In tho meat business, I will In futuo keep constantly on hand a ceiiunil supply ot Vk4PWpHMMPIWVINBB1OTWHW9VTT9S!1 i . ': -- !.. . ''a 27-2- Fresh and Owed Meats, Pure Country Butter, Epjgs, Poultry, &o Whhlch I will sell at tho lowest lUjures for cash. Tan kl'ul to tho public for past favors, I ask a continuance of their patronage. Feb. - Huirhed & Olille-s- - imn Mur V. Jan, 234m, BERBERICH , M. J. No. WATTS. llrldge 37, street' '1 .'..(, IV. .' W& ?A? ' t , m mmmMmiMjkM. . - a, . . ... ' ,4 : ' f ' ' ' ' ' I ' - " FRANKFORT Eitered ce ROUNDABOUT. Hour, Day it J In fl soil Cream and Favorite 2t. made in Lexington Lent was over Friday. .it Krnnklnrt, Kentucky at the pott-offias ntcond class mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, EcLiti r aaacL I'u.'talielier. FRANKFORT, Al'RtL 5!i, 188G. The bill nptiroprtiithiR 316,000 to complete the Government litiUriing in this city passed the House of Saturday. Jlep-resentatlv- es Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mrs. S. V. Browder, of this city, died at her home in Louisville yesterday morning, after a lingering illness. Mr. D. A. Dunegan, a printer by trade, and a young man well known in this city as "Tuck" Dunegan, died at the residence of his father, in on Thursday, April loth, of consumption, aged 24 years. Law-rencebur- The appointment of Mr. G. It. Rodman as Post Master in this city was Miss Salllo Holt is visiting friends in Danville. confirmed by the Senate Tuesday. Mrs. W. L. Jett and children left Straw hats of all varieties cheap at Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Richmond, Ivy. C. R. Gresliam's, South Side. ., . Mr. David Payne left Thursday afThe usual Easter celebration for the ternoon for a visit of several weeks to will friends near Beard's Station. children of the Sunday-schoMr. John E. Kirtley, of Eddyville, take place afternoon at Asspent several days in this city the first cension Church at ! o'clock. All are of the week, visiting relatives. invited to attend. Rev. J. N. Chesnult, of St. Louis, Missouri, paid a Hying visit to his The walls of the organ niche of the mother in this city the first of the Baptist Church are about completed week. and next week the work of repairing Mrs. J. S. McKendrick, of Lexingand altering the interior of the build- ton, who has been visiting relatives ing will bo commenced. in this city, left Monday morning for , ol Personal. - A BIG STRIKE B- Buyers of Clothing mous Stook of Spring Olothinft manufactured by Fcchheimjr, Onodkinti & Co., of 750 Uroadway, New Yoik City.-wllicby reason of the Will be interested in the good fortune of diutcher & Starks in sccurine a cood portion of the Enor v:.a " RECEISTT Was thrown upon the market at a FIRE, tn ,m STRIKED m s. i d . a m , 71 .173 A7 B-sr- 4 ik Pm I Sa u$ ,fc? !"2 GREAT SACRIFICE! The stock was not damnged by fne or water, and but slii'luly by smoke. These eoods were purchased so much below the cost to manufacturer that they arc able to offer the c S) THE l,K . g, Sudduth, of the Bridgeport neighborhood, sent to this otlice on Wednesday n young chicken with but one toe on its left foot. A round ball supplies the place of the foot, and the toe grows nearly straight up from it. The right foot is perfect, and the little fellow hops around as lively as a Mr. Geo. AV. Isabella Barnes, formerly Mrs. Zachary Lewis, of this county, died in Louisville Thursday night of last week, aged 73 years. The remains were interred in Cave Hill Cemetery Saturday afternoon. Jus. Heeney has just received 5,000 pounds of Lexington Hour. Call and try it. 2t. Housk von Rent. A frame house of several rooms, located in Belle Point, is offered for rent. Apply to W. L. Pence. Mrs. cricket. fe,- - Several weeks ago Messrs. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell inserted u large and attractive advertisement of their business in the Rouxdahout and the result was a boom in their business. On Monday of this week they were fifty suits behind their orders. If you want to make money advertise your business in the Roundabout, the people's paper. i The use of dynamite to kill fish in the river is still being practiced to a considerable extent, and some parties are getting so bold as to explode it almost within the city limits One party usirlg it Monday came near blowing himself up with a cartridge, just above the city, and in his particular case it is a great pity for the community that he did not make a success of it. There is a law against this wholesale murder of fish, and the, rod fishermen should see that it is enforced. The newly incorporated Frankfort, Belle Point and Leestown Street Railway Company organized on Tuesday by electing Ed. P. Bryan, President; Jas. Andrew Scott, Secretary; and John P. Starks, D C. Crutcher, S. I. M. Major, V. L. Collins, E. P. Bryan and Jas. Andrew Scott, Directors. The Campany will go to work at once to (.wnra the necessary subscription of stock, and it is hoped they will soon receive sufficient encouragement to commence the construction of one or more lines in the city. LeCompte, the Wonder," gave exhibitions derful power at the Court Thursday evening and last Owen Wm. T. Dudley, son of the late Gen. A. W. Dudley, and a prosperous farmer, residing one mile from this city, on the Versailles pike, died Thursday night after a lingering Illness. For a number of years he was a member of the firm of J .G. Dudley ifcBro., business in this city, in the saw-mi- ll but his health failing several years ago he removed to his farm and has .since devoted his attention to agricultural pursuits. He was a devoted husband and father, and had many warm friends in this community. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his Mr. day morning. Mr. Landon A. Thomas, jr., who has been visiting his parents hero for several weeks, left Thursday for his home in Augusta, Georgia. Miss Susie Meriwether, of Shelby- ville, who has been visiting Miss Lizzie Edwaids, in this city for several days, returned home Wednesday. Senator E. R. Sparks and wife visited the family of Col. John L Scott, at Edgewood, this week, and will visit friends in Shelbyville next week. Miss Lizzie Edwards, who has been making her home with Mrs. J. 13. Lewis lor the past four months, returned to Versailles to reside Thursday. Mr. James Rodman, of Abilene, Texas, arrived in the city Thursday, and will remain several weeks, visiting his parents, Gen. John Rodman and wife. JB014JS. In this city, on Friday, Am.11 Green, Jr., and wife, a son. 1G, 1SSG, Eminence. Miss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, who has been visiting relatives here fo several weeks, lei t for home Wedues I2ST Greatest Bargains Ever Known in in Spring Clothing Kentucky. " r?t1.4 Vim Th goods arc now on sale and will sell more rapidly at t e prices maikcd on them. ' BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, At lowest prices ever known. &0, taJ, fcvsy v rlT H&h . 5riV M y Dunlap Hats in Spring Shapes. ' WHITE HALL. MAIN STREET. Clothiers Frankfort, Ky. t& 7 V. Jtlvtl J& 1 VSft IGHT TO THE FRONT to Mr. Grant 13 1 his 111 U loss. B - "Magnetic of his wonHouse on night, be- m : pr isSs&iV IS w; Pavne, S. It. Smith, Kennor Taylor, Robt. Pepper, jr., C. C. Furr, and Jno. STRAYED OR STOLEN and G. Mastin. COW SPOTS ON. ABOUT not very A RED homu WITH WHITE April. Any InformaOfilcer Mr. Richard Morris was elected bile live joara old,tho 17th of heavy, straight horns, On Wednesday afternoon un left and Superintendent of tion of. her will be liberally rewared. Henry lirown received ti note from the President MRS. FANNIE FREEMAN, Marshal of Tyrone notifying him Grounds; Dr. Hume was elected Vice Town Frankfort, Ky., No. 422 North St. Clair St. out for a mountaineer who was President; and Mr. Geo. Rerry, Secto look nt that place the day before with two retary and Treasurer. A Constitution and code of By-larafts of feiiw lotfs and passed counteron several parties. was adopted. Among the latter was feit silver dollar FRAME HOUSE, LOCATED ON Tukinjr Officer JNoonan wun mm, one nrohibiting any member of the Steele street, between becoud and Third, oppoJudge A. Duvall's residence. For terms' apply JJrown started out Thursday morning, club from participating in any match site to DR. U. V. WILLIAMS. party wanted, took for money, and forbidding the use of April and boon found the him in charge, and carried him to Po targets or traps owned by the club in lice Headquarters, where lie was any match where money was shot for. A gold medal was voted to bo 'given searched and about 10 in counteneit money found on his person lie to the best shot in each match during PREPARED TO FURNISH silver I AManvnuantltvandatalt times,PURE LAKE ICE stand, at name as J. W. Ledford, from the season, and to bo finally the prop- willIndeliver It anjtthere In tho city free uiv Charge. or of , gave his Conklfng, Kentucky, and was well erty of tho best average shot. supplied" with greenbacks, having two Tho new Blue Rock pigeon target CHOICE FRESH FISH full of it. Tho will probably be used by the club. pocket-book- s large Ahvajs on hand. Send in your orders. Tho indications were favorable for counterfeit money was of tho basest JAMES O'DONNELL, kind, and would bo detected by any- un increase in membership and a most Cor. Iiroaduay and Ann Streets. April pleasant and successful season. one not blind. of 13 years, he threw strong men about by putting jus nanus on their shoulders, or when holding an ax handle or chair. It is true that his magnetic power luul no effect on some persons, but when tried on others they were completely at his mercy. He id no traveling humbug, but a Frauk-li- u county boy, well know in the neighborhood, Forks of Elkhorn where he lives. On both of fore good audiences. occasions he performed some which remarkable feats with little or no exertion. Although a mere slip of a lad (. The Council have commenced cutting down the lire department, which strikes us as rather bad policy. The Jbree at the engine house has already been reduced one man, and we ONEiWEEX, COMMENCING understand it is proposed to dispense with still another, and discharge all MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 26th. the runners, their places to be filled Grand Matinee Saturday afternoon ut 2 p. 111. ot with a volunteer force. A volunteer vorite, THE FEOl'Lh'rt CHOICE, the supieme Faforce beats nothing at all, but there is tjo much work about it for a depart- CORA VAN TASSEL! ment of that kind to hold together Enorn Superb long. Glory is very cheap in tin supported by greet everyDramatic Company.this talperformance of mous crowds Why? better country, and a man who works his ented eonip.m 10c, 20c, Because uo give aaverage performance lor and site, than the arms off at a fire while property hold traveling company who demand &)c, 75c ami Sl.uu. miring tne engagement ers stand by with their hands in their of the old favorites will several new plajs and some be produced. Oil Monday pockets, feels that he deserves some- ivelng will bo presented tfc thing more substantial than the "thanks of the citizens for his noble With Miss Van Tassell In tho title role. The adwork." mission will remain us usual, 10. 20 and 30 cents. is fun for a volunteer to run to a Hescrvcd beats nt Barrett's without extra charge. It lire and hold a nosudc of the hose for a short time, but when the lire is out and the muddy hose have to be reeled up ELKHORN WOOLEN MILLS, and taken home, the fun fades out very suddenly and the bo.v discover tiiev & J. B. STEDMAN. are wanted at home right away. They H. are not paid and you can't hold them. WOOL DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF Better hold on to the pay boys yet Jeans, B.ankets, Linseys, Satinets, awhile, and not bother with the enthu Stocking Yam, &c. siastic gentlemen. On Wednesday, April 21st, lb83, at the residence of Oscar Farmer, Esij., In LoulsMlle, Mr. Thomas M. 1 uttsiAN, ot Bridgeport, this county, aged 77 jwirs. The remains were brought up yesterday morning and Interred In the family burying ground at Mr. W. Hall's place, near Bridgeport. ALL COMPETITION NEW SPRING STYLES We place our Complete in assortment, splendid in quality; overflowing with generous bargains in v OPEEA jesoto'SjB. Seasonable Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, fed1! At prices that must surely lead to speedy sale. Come early and get the benefit of our unbroken stock. THE BRIGHTEST, Newest and Best SPRING STIMS:$S He-tu- rn Lowest prices consistent with good quality and honeat quantity. Weitzel & O'Donnell. I FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS FANGHON MA8TIN BRO.'Sim -- DEALERS IN- - WOOL! WOOL! FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE manzm r3jnr3ryir:'ByajBrssm. wp&irbatZm Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. JESS 1 m f ;? wn . .s.2,1 All Kinds of Feed. Our Iinplomcnts nre tho best on the market nnd of the lntest improvements. Our eeedH nre nil fresh nnd Homo grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that wo keep the best Imple ' inent nnd seed store in Central Ky. Feb. My .'i. .mr .. f A m Henry Williams sells Cream and 2t. Favorite flour. A meeting of the Spring Hill Gun Club, of this city, was held on Wednesday evening last, for organization for the season. The following were present or reported for membership: Itichard Morris, Dr. K.jE. Hume, Geo. F. Berry, Dr. Lampton Price, Geo. general custom work a specialty. as heretofore, will be our agent to receive wool In urankrort. Cash paid lor wool. Roll carding and W. T. Reading, H. Apr. 24-l- & J. B. STEDMAN. WOOL nrlce. April WANTED! JO.OO'l P. O. . -- sftft WISH WEpounds of TO PURCHASE wool. Will pay 17-l- BOARDERSWANTED boarding home, No. 422 North St. Clair s Board by tho dny or week. All desiring board will llnU It to their lnteiest to call- llrst-clas- Sticks furnished on application to us. ROUERS & ALLEN, 233 Broadway. the highest cash OR 50,000 General Insurance Agent, Ofllce on Main St., Opposite Farmers' Bank. r CIRST-CLAS- S BOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S fct. A FARM FOR SALE. SMALL FARM OF 8 ACRES, LYINH ON THE A. Flat Creek pike, two miles aami a halfA from bargain. nice Frankfort, Is offered for salo at frame cottage of 3 rooms, good stable, a line joung ot choice fiults, and large lot of strawberry orchard plants and raspberry bushes on tho placa. Terms OSsCAH HALE. uiiby. April REPRESENTING IS Leading American -- ad Foreign Compa&iejj rfi, MRS. FREEMAN V NESHITT. WITH OVEK- - $100,000,000.00 ASSETS;$ "!$ z&h ,,i vf !. NEWFIHM! -- 1JKALEHS TERM POLICIFil WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- i. eny hi lonesi r.ue.i. Ajtont Anchor Linn of Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any polnt'lu (ireat llrlttaln or Ireland. Anr.l7-lv- . hxsi ffi 'f 1 ; I. ? 0. 0. F. )!$. Tfc FOR SALE. t. IN- - GROGRRIES &c, Family Supplies, CAPITAL LODGE. NO.C, MEETS EVERY MON-Visiting brothers cordially Invited., (1E0. W. '.uua, w. u: J. R. Williams, Sec April 10 tf. ui-i- LAKEJCE!! Comer Second and Shelby streets, South Frankfort . . .IS lbs for 81.00 First class N.O. Sugar. . . . .13 Jos for 1.00 Xm Granulated Sugar . . . . A HUILDING LOT FRONTING DO FEET ON 7 jiaekages for 1.00 Arbuckle's collee. , . . . r uroai way ami niniiintr uacK 12a feet, in ntrorprt . H(i cents per gallon Vinegar . . . Pure Apple , . Apply to for sale. w . bU cents per ganon Very licet N. O. Molusbes, ik r r i'J, . . . .4 cents per pound ,fc-nest ona Kfi s Aiirll KVJin. Rest New York Creamery Cheese, IB centH, per pound A full line of canned goods, at the lowest prices. wcjiffl Lot For Sale, t ,'M '; vm .m W. ?(V s :vXi TERMS STKICTIY CASH. DR. J. S. COLLINS, ml iWl M kix'-J- Goods promptly delivered In any part of tho city. Wo mean business. Cull and examine our stock. DEllSTTIST, Nltrouso Oxide (or laughing) gas, GAINES & KENT. Mur. 27-- 1 OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMANBROS'. extracteI without pain by tho use. of mar. 30-t-t jm - '153? 17-t- f. in. 't'j Jlr ,V-- i ti " ft& PPffrffpfw:Jl iiuuiu'ujuux. FRANKFORT, APRIL 21, 1880. "T . 4 mHPRFFw r -- 'itf mVj ITjffi k K?N V rniiimrviii Br try Cream. The ladies of the First Prcsbytorlnn Church will give a strawberry festival as soon ns tho tlrst strawberries of the season aro ripe. ii?s iv?k I'Vi .All' 11 r! r, m& .31J ,S.fj f t Soven plans for the new Public School Building have been submitted The enervation and lassitude of All rivers in the U. S., North and South, arc at their highest points, but to the School Board and Committee of A fatal accident occurred Friday spring time are indications of the slugthe Council, and a selection will be of morning of last week at McBrayor's gish action of the blood, overloaded made in a few days. carbonates accumulated by the Distillery, about twenty miles up the with of heating food in winter. This m uso Dr, Tlios. L. Taylor, formerly a pop- river.. Four men started down the in- condition may be remedied by the use ular dentist in this city, was accident- cline to tho river upon a car loaded of Ayer's Sarsapariila, the beat blood ally Shot and killed, near Abilene, with whisky, when the ropo which is punner known. . m te'xag, on Saturday, while out with a used to lower it became detached from If you want fresh lish cleaned call on CLAIR AT 214 party of gentlemen friends on a hunt- the ear, and it dashed down the tram- Jim O'Donnell. way at lightning speed. Two of the ing excursion. Who has been flooded by Rail with an immense assortment of Dry Tho trade on Lexington flour is men were thrown ofi'and badly injured Goods, Ladies Furnishing Goods, Notions and Millinery, lately Rev. A. P. Cobb arrives to day and before tho car reached the river, and growing, they send it down by the car purchased in New York, will sell them lower than 2t. will begin tiis protracted meeting at the other two thrown into the river and load. the lowest. Tho the Christian Church one of thorn, a colored man, drowned. Try Howard Bro's. soda water and prayer meetings during the present II Ls body was not recovered until ginger ale. week have been attended by large con- Sunday. One barrel of whisky was Cream flour is now in the lead. 2t. gregations, and all things indicate a lost, being stoven in when the car Having just returned from New York, where I have purchased the successful meeting. Mr. Cobb is an struck the bottom of the incline. We use nothing but pure fruit syrups largest lot of novelties ever shown in the City, such as Pongee itble and impressive preacher. Robes, water, and you will find it The First Presbyterian Church was in our soda Surrahs, French Satines, Serges, Oricntial Embroidered Robes, Embest in town. Howard Bkos. broidered Batist, Black Point D'Orleans Robes, Chambrays, Organdies, The Arctic is without rival. crowded to repletion with the beauty the We ask our friends to aid us by buy Wrinkled Ginghams, &c, &c, and in Black Silk prices will astonish The Chevaliers of Canton Bei;ry will and fashion of our city on Tuesday Lucas Buodiikao, evening last to witness the celebration ing our flour. you. celebrate the G7th anniversary of Odd Sa'Xdy IIokd, of the nuptial contract between Dr. 11. fellowship in America on Monday Jon. LkCompt. A Guaranteed Black Silk for ,)2 Cents per Yard. -- evening, April 2Gth, by giving a fancy M. Pusoy, of Louisville, and Mis EleaJ. Large drll and a banquet at their temple. nor Stewart, daughter of Dr. tho Q. A. just in atstock of latent style straw hats Superintendent of Insti Hudson, Humphries & My lace asssortment consists of Val Torchau Egypt, Chantelle, de The members of Capital Lodge and Stewart,Feeble-minde2t. d tute for Children. The, Medici, &c, &c. Oriental Encampment and all visiting Perfect soundness of body and mind Odd Fellows aro most cordially invited event transpired on "schedule time" and was one of the most beautiful that is possible only with pureblood. Leadto attend. has occurred in our city for many years. ing medical authorities indorse Ayer's best blood purifyTry tho Arctic Hour. The solemn marriaso ceremony was Sarsapariila as the ing medicine in existence It vastly An elegant line of ladies' underwear, and I defy competition. A full performed by Tlev. J. McCluskey Blay-ne- increases the working and productive line of corsets, neck wear, and a thousand other articles The Democratic Executive Commitpowers of botli hand and brain. D. D., pastor of the bride. too numerous to mention. Just opened tee of this Common Pleas District . It is needless for us to say anything Jns. Ileeney sells Cream and Favor50 dozen Misses sailor hats at have ordered that a primary election to those who know her, of the many , 20 cts. 100 doz. ladies 2t. ite flour. be held on the 5th of June to nominate hats at 25 cts. graces of this beautiful and accomplisha candidate for Judge of the Common ed young lady; suffice it to say that Cure for Piles. PleaS Court. Nothing like keeping an she has long been reigning as one of Piles are frequently preceded by a election of some kind on hand to our most queenly and charming belles. sense of weight in the back loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing amuse tho boys. They are awful loneOf Dr. Pusoy, thogroom, we only the patient to suppose has sone some without one. hear in terms of high encomium, as a the kidneys or neighboring orW times, W. Johnson & Co. sell Lexington promising and talented young physi- gans. Atpresent, symptoms of indigesJ. flatulency, uneasiness tion are & cian of our Kentucky metropolis. flour. of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like Would announce to his friends that his Miss Roe Stewart, sister of the 'a very disaBloom bride, and Mr. William Short, of perspiration, producing getting warm, "Tlie Flowers greeable itching, after in tlie Spring." is a common attendant. Blind, BleedLouisville, wore the attendants. The following gentlemen were the ing and Itching Piles yield at once to beautiful sights One of the most the application of Dr. Bosanko's anywhere in the city is the greenhouse ushers: tJno D. Bryant, of Shelby ville; Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon of "Mr. Ed. Power, on upper Main E. D. Hobbs, jr., Blucher Montgom the parts effected, absorbing the Tu- OF street. He has there one Marshal ery, and Robert Gooch, of Louisville; mors, allaying tho intense itching, and .30 Price a permanent NeU rose bush with 400 buds upon it, and H. B. Ware and H. C. Murray, of effecting Address, Tho cure. Bosanko Dr. cents. 500 hyacinths in bloom, a bed of 400 this city. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by After the ceremony the bridal party Hughes & Chiles. tulips, and roses in endless variety. From this large stock he is prepared and a large circlo of friends and relaThe Lexington Roller Mills Co. is to furnish on short notice the sweetest tives were handsomely entertained at the only mill in the State that does a Is now complete. Thankful for the tho Gubernatorial mansion. and prettiest cut flowers, either in strictly wholesale business. They sell At 10 o'clock, p. m., the bride and to dealers only, but exchange flour fbr or in designs suitable for parties 2t. funerals. He has a large lot of pot-te- d groom departed on the C. & O. train wheat. or plants, roses, geraniums, foliage for their wedding tour, accompanied New straw hats at Hudson, Hum-2t- . plants, etc., at his store on Ann street, by the best wishes of the RouxjdA-HOU- phries & Cassell's. Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- and many friends. which he will deliver in any part of tinuance of the same, If 'out of ports' with headache, stomach liver, the city, at the lowest prices. Ho will Where I have used Tongaline in disorder, torpidneglect pnln In back or sidf, dose ' etc . niav no tutal. Ono be gldd to have the ladies call and cases of neuralgia it has .worked very Pills will glvo rHIef. of&trons's Sanatlvonow health and vigor. Afewtloatu rebtoio to examine his stock, oven if they do satisfactorily so far. R. W. Bit ad v, M. D., to his The latest style straw hats at Hud- .not wish to purchase. A walk We will always do Honesdale, Pa. 2t. son, Humphries & Cassell's. greenhoase would pay any lover of - ' the beautiful in nature, and callers are We have opened our ice cream parlor, and 'as it is the coziest and nicest Howard Bros, use Cream flour to always welcome there. place in town. And our cream and make their cakes. 2t. sherbet is the best you can find any Arcticuind J. E. M. Hour for sale by nlnee. You THAN YOU- to Farmers having real good all grocers. Ask for them if you age to visit will find it vour advant stuff on hand, which they wish butcher us before going elsewhere.! to sell, want the very best in tho market. IIOWAKD JiHOS. will receive tlie highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Fresh fish cleaned and ready for use street. Favorites. 111-t- r. Return April 17, lb86. Cora Van Tassel arcl her superb dm- - at Jim O'Donnell's Ask for Lexington flour and take no' Dealers in tobacco and cigars can other. 2t. matic company will play a return of one wedk, commencing save money by buying of Dick Danger! A neglected cold or couch may Monday evening, April i2Gth, openas lie has the agencies for all lend to I'nriHiionlii.CoiiMunptlon or other f.ital Pectoral FilPi 'Mcnion ing in the ever popular protean drama, ho best known brands Ligget & Myers rnhliiH hvStrone'o liiuhinutor Uyspepsla.lu imiplc. Has just recived his largo "Fatfchon," with Misf Van Tassel in Star brands, Prune Nugget and being digestion, sick heudiuiho us thousuuds testily, jobgood juicy steak, sweet tho title rolo and the entire Company among the first to attempt to do If you want a 's is one of Miss bing in tobacco lie should, be patroniz- hams, bacon or lard go to Mack in the tho cast. ' store, No 22; jMain street, oppoOFfavorite" characters, and ed. Van Tassel's f li-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. one in winch she stands without rival The verdict of everybody: "Howard Joe LeCompto wants every one of Stoves, Grates & Mantels. on tho American stage. This company Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are 2t. his friends to try his flour. made a decided hit on their former the finest drinks in town." Call and examiuo tho drawing crowdParmersand Meohamcs. visit here this sear-on- , Save money and doctors' bills. ReA Dilger sells Lexington flour. 2t. ed and delighted audiences nightly, lieve your mothers, wives and sisters and we expect to seo a repetition of -. by a timely purchase of Dr. Dosanko's Captain's Steel Range, the same- now. The admission will reCough and Lung Syrui , best known Tho now Librncy Lamps, now Gas Fixtures, usual, 10, 20 and .10 cents and Croup and main as remedy for Coughs, Colds, tho famous Capt. Coleman, sehr. Weymouth, Bronchial ell'ections. Relieves Chilwe advise nil wishing good seats to may save ing between Atlantic uity and in, dren of croup in one night, secure them at once, for there will cerUTAH had been troubled with a cough you hundreds of dollars. Price, fit) cts. tainly be a rush when the doors are so that he was unablo to sleept unci and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by J 2 open. Tho Knoxvillo Journal says: he was induced to try Dr. King's Hughes & Chiles And to mnny other usoful nrticloa too nu- Stnub's theatre was literally packed New Discovery for Consumption. It morous to mention, all at tho X-- .and jammed last night, and hundreds not only gave him instant 'relief, but extreme soreness in his LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. were turned away, which illustrates allayed tho His the fact that the Cora Van Tassel en- breast. and a children were similarly CARPENTER AND BUILDER. slnglo dose had tho same affected gagement is proving ji Wonderful ItEMOVKD HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH even at such low prices. happy effect. Dr. King's New Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, Frankfort to the Smv anil Pinning Mills ot is now tho standard remedy Wukbllold and West, where ho Is prepared to do any A double bill was presented last night, gas fitting and" plumbing. 6n work either In "Kathleen Marvourneen" and Joshua in the Coleman household and Hot-tie- s tho city Those who contemplate uulltllni;, him u call. Givo mo a call, or country, are reiuented to lve Whitcomb." Both plays were receiv- board tho schooner. Free Trial Orders for Job Work will bo received by telepho: e -? The Herald of Education isthenamo of a first class magazine, devoted to the educational interest of tho State, recently established in Louisville. It is benutifully printed, splendidly editedProf. J. T. Gaines, formerly of this city, being one of the editorial corps and should bo in the hands of every teacher in tho State. Tho subscription price is but one dollar, which can be paid to Mrs. Agnes L. Franklin, of this city, who is agent for it in this county. o toMim O'Donnell for fresh fish. He delivery them cleaned and ready for use. Clo s ice cream and Lovers of sherbet will find what they want at Howard Bro's. first-clas- Tom. Hodman, jr., sells Cream Hour. LATEST DISPATCHES FROM THE - The J. E. M. has no equal. If any one claims it has, Just bake the two flours in the same pan at the same time and the result will convince you. W EATHER BUREAU!! SOL HARRIS, ST. STREET, LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. Cas-sell'- s. A NEW FEATURE! y, effoc-tion- of It T R. MTCLURE is 1 that SPRING STOCK ,J fin Boots, Shoef Hats, Books. k bo-que- ts ' LIBERAL PATRONAGE T ASSURING YOU THAT AS WELL FOR YOU -- Mi SUl " -- -- IP NOT BETTER of the CAN DO ELSEWHERE. Fur-guso- n, J T. BUCKLEY SPUING STOCK -- 3S wa T-hl- Sal-yer- M jT." Vj C5 s SOUTHERN Wrought QUEEN. w - Fortunate IMs-coverj- S? T7". "WATTS, llnan-t'ialsucces- s, Dis-covo- ry JOB "WORK . m ed thro jghout with continued and roarious applause. up- of this Standard Itemedy at Jos. 4 LeCompte's Drug Store. No. 4?, and will receive prompt attention. April .1 '4i 'm - ll Si &d!&wu&u& ii ,.-I wiii M"Hiiiffi"ia - .. Hi , I" i" iv ' 'H' n i'i'' in! n "1 m h'i 1' 1 m i , " ii n vi " ; v.f-fciaaf- c mi u ir. iiM i'iIi i.i inui'i m 'h1 mih nun iiry umm hi 'iiu. .'JMH.iini iiiii rat muiMi?ii,ttMimnMmri mw n Mmm t. mwmmiwmmr&jm tv n t-h- ; tii l via $m tfis . 11 - &v y mmmmWmtfWwnmW '. Cn LISTER WITHEItSPOON, Frcsldent ) ) A JOS. LkCOMPTE, Sec. and Tresis. WE, FIOL Want every family in Frankfort and Franklin county to PEpS LUCAS nRODIlEAI), ) SANDY HOKn, Directors. II. A. MOHAN, ) TRAOE " S 'Hit l. THE LEXINGTON MILLS GO. TONC1A Is FOR THE MJ MARK & CURE OF NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE While we do not claim it is the best in the world, it is as It contains no Opium or Morphine for SAT.Tt nv at.t. nminnisTs PRIOB A At MELLIER, Solo Proprlotor, 70U and 711 a product of tho Tonga or Friendly Am convinced, nftor tcitlng It, that TonoaMn Islands, wliero it hna long been used as a val- possesses deemed nnd marked curntivo tinitMTtiea in lineuinntio curaiRia. and aloo in Muscular Kkeu. uable remedy by the natives. ta " compound of Tonga with matism. Walteb Oolks, M. D St. Louis, Mo, Hnvo tested TONOALIfcE In wwral cases of Ken other ingredients whoso curntivo properties hnvo been thoroughly tested. ralgia, 't 111! lrlvf.il inn iwrtnet .(l.f.tf.llnn u a, uBTisAjtDKn, ii. u rnironry, in. Is tnken internally, and Jlato tifed TonoXlink duces no unpleasant effects'. tnatorir Rheumatism, with In Nonralela and Inflam tho Try Prt rcnltM. iNrc0 ,oywvvt Ylrfo J. N. Paoe. M. D.. Vnndercooft. UL ONE DOLLAR PEIt BOTTLE. WA8UINOTON AVENUE, ST. LOUI& GOOD AS ANY MADE IN THE STATE. WE MAKE LTJJE. DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE W. S. DfeHONEY. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY w CEEAM EXTRACT, FA VORITE PATENT & GOLD MEDAL FAMILY. DRY GOODS, NOTIOHS, SROCKE.. . GLASSlllf , CBEAM & FAVORITE are What We Brag on. It CHAS. LANOE, II. H. WILLIAMS. .T. W. JOHNSON & CO., c f -- 0UU1 J S. 1IEENEY, W. S. KENT, A DILUElt, I -- "-c' 4' I cordially Invito you toeallnn. imlnem Now and Fresh iStook of Goods MAIN STREET, Sop3-tf- . m A1 is for sale by DAY A 1IAFF. , North Stile. J. April 17-l- m TltOS. RODMAN, JR., M. DANTA. O APITAI SEOT23Xi IN FRANKFORT, KY.. FRANKFORT, KY INEW PLAJS1NW MILL. j t A", ' SATURD'AY, MAY 8, 1886. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. R$'. m m 3w KA K.VlVI if'-?$;.' Xiw lOT" v-- to V, mtf; r was lior acting, so true to nature all hor geutures mul facial delineations, that it was easy to iuinsino her mi artiste of long experience. Hor emotions all seem to well up from hor own soul and tnko possession of tho character sho impersonates. The St. Louis Dispatch says: Goneroun to u fault, if such bo a fault, and a heart that responds to every human woe, naught in the woman except to iovo ana aumiro. Tho genius that Hways an audience is tlio . beacon light that cheers and comforts an invalid mother and tendorly loved ones at homo. anvn ri'l... Ti.TK.ii m.j.'. Wn lmvn known flin Utix.,J.IIO " .... " hard strugglo of this gontlo woman from 'the time hor sorrows came. Sho has been ...,......, . ,,, iruv, iiiiuu " rni.n4 IwmiHiM lino rnivn rri ml linr linnest fif- iorta wo do not wonder. - In another column will be found the announcement of Mr. Con. McCarty as a candidate for City Marshal. The usual Easter services will bccon-ductc- d Colonel was a Deputy United States The at the Episcopal and Marshal in this district for several years, and tilled the position very acCatholic Churches. ceptably. If elected to the position he Miss Scillio Jackson is erecting an adseeks, ho will make a first rate officer. dition of two rooms and a. hall to her One night last week Mr. Dick Johnresidence on Shelby street. On Thursday morning of last week, son was returning from town to his in making a landing to take on some home on the Leestown road, below the tobacco about one mile and a half be- Kentucky River Mills, and when he low the Coonskin bridge, the steamer was nearly opposite Mr. IE. H. Mur-lay'- s residence he met two men on the Hiberuia got so fast aground that she water sidewalk. In the act of passing one o) could not be pulled off, and the receding from under her, the hull has them presented a pistol at his face and broken in two near the stern. The commanded him to throw up his hands, machinery will have to be taken out which hedid,andthesecond party went and props gotten under her so that tlie through his pockets but failed to get damage can be repaired where she lies, anything of value from him. It about 2 o'clock in the morning. which will cost about $4,000 or $o,000. 'She is insured for $4,000, but it is Saturday night last a man was seen doubtful if the companies will pay the on the same road, leaning against the amount- without a law suit. She will fence with a pistol in his hand, apparhardly be gotten into the trade again ently waiting for the unsuspecting to come along so he could "get the drop this summer. on" and rob them. At a called meeting of the City Council, held Monday afternoon, the Judge W. II. Sneed, the present inschool question was Anally settled by cumbent, Judge O. D. MeManama and the ordinance Major W. T. Plynn have announced that body adopted two weeks since, which was themselves as candidates for Police repealed on Tuesday night of last week Judge. The election takes place on tho when only six members were present, first Monday in August. four of them being opponents of the school. A full board was present on Cancer Conquered. Monday and after adopting the ordiFor seven years past I have been was laid suffering with a cancer on my face. At nance a motion to upon the table, so there is no danger first it gave me but little trouble, and attention to it. After a time of snap judgment being taken upon I paid noto increase in it began school again. It is pain me. The simple size, and also to the friends of the remedies were io be hoped that the work of erecting applied to alleviate pain, and J thought the building upon the old site will it would soon pass away under that now be gotten under contract as spee- treatment. In this I was mistaken as the place continued to grow, extenddily as possible. ing into my nose, from which came a At the above meet ins the rate of yellowish discharge very offensive in city taxatiou was fixtd at $1.15 on the character. It was also inflamed and hundred, live cents less than last year. annoyed me a groat deal. About eight months ago I was in Atlanta at a Mrs. Jiessie Miller Oton, the charm- friend's house who so strongly recoming elocutionist, will give an "Even- mended the use of Swift's Specific that I determined to make an effort to proing with the Authors, or Costume cure it. In this I was successful, and at the Opera House on Monday began its use. The influence of the evening, May ild. Mrs. Oton visited medicine at first was to somewhat agthe this oily on a former occasion and gave gravate tho sore; but soonbeganinflama-tio- n was allayed, and I to iman entertainment which greatly de- prove after the ihvst few bottles. My lighted a largo audience. She will be general health has greatly improved. assisted on tin's occasion by Miss Lu- I am stronger and able to do any kind my of cille Lindner, the sweet singer of Lex- ganwork. The cancer on ulcer face beto decrease and the to heal, ington; Mis IJenjainine, the celebrat- until there is not a vestige of it left ed ilutist of Cincinnati; Mr. Win. only a little scar marks the place where "Wodsworth, of Maysville, son of the it had been. 1 am devoutly grateful Congressman from the !)th District; for this wonderful relief from what everybody thought would be certain and Prof. Mauer, of this city. It will death. I anl ready to answer all quesbe one of the most interesting enter- tions relative to this cure M:ts. Joiuii: A. MoDoxam), tainments which our people have had (Ja., an opportunity of witnessing, and is Atlanta, by tillAug., 11, 1883. druggists. For sale Tut vc ...n,.H..r Ulf l i ......w.. ..wi.-.- . VUIUI mil hmuii Hnlnu' .. w give a few press comments upon Mrs. mailed free. Tun Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oron's entertainmeius: w. isHiwr. nays: So spirltuollo ua., jn. x. The Courier-JournFRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. oc-cur- ed Ayer's Cathartic Pills are suited to SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. every age Doing sugar-coate- d they are easy to take, and though mild and SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. pleasant in action, are thorough and All cases ot ULIND or BLEEDING PILES cured searching in effect. Their efficacy in by the Brlnkerholt system without using thk knife all disosders of tho stomach and bow- or LiOATUitE and without any pain. els is certified to by eminent physicians, FISTULA and many of our best citizens. Cured without tho knife or ligature. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having rooently added tobts Entnbllshment First-Cln- ss j PJnning Mill, to Is now prepared furnish all kinds of Louisville Tobacco Market. FUHNISIIED BY OLOVlilt ItOUtE. & U, Doors, Blinds, Frsinies, Molding ALSO FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL DUnHETT, MO- - rniETons Louisville tobacco wake- - Scroll Work, Stair Work Mn.v15.tf. & Tumh DICER AND RECTAL CATARRH, Gotten out in the Beat Style. - Tho past week hns developed n marked improvement in thoso grades of Burloy Diseased conditions that produce- consumption nnd leaf from good to line. Tho odvanco has most of the chronic diseases, been from $1.00 to $3.00 por hundred. sales of tho 1885 crop have been UTERUS, made recently at prices ranging from $12.-0- 0 to to $15.00 and n few hhds. from $15.00 Diseases of tho womb that are caused by a diseased to $18.00. bowel, also treated. Thoro has not been tho least improvement' in tho common grades. Sales for tho week 3,195 hhds. Receipts for tho week 2,5G0 hhds. Sales since Janu- Can also bo cured If not too late," as tho Itching Is ary 1st 14,020 hhds. only a symptom of the disease that exists In the lower bowel. Tho following quotations fairly represent REFERENCES. our market for new burloy. W. J. IIUOHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUDark Trash $2.75 to $3.50 Colory Trash 3.50 to 4.50 SON, Frankfort; J. M. WIT11ROW, Frankfort. Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.00 Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to Colory Lugs 7.50 any one by addressing 5.00 to Common Leaf, not colory.. . 5.50 to 8.00 M. W. Good Leaf 8.50 to 13.00 Fino Leaf 13.00 to 15.00 376 West Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0, Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 18.00 Fro-quo- nt WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- v , AND PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Real Estate Agent, "TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF V V Franklin and the adjoining counties, and wlllnlto give special attention to tho purchase nnd sftlo of real estnte, collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. Juno 25-l- y. I. KELLEY, D., Choice ALL Coal Cheap. M ' Bucklen's 'Arnica Salve. Cuts, Dec. CONSULTATION FREE. 2G-l- y. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. er Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lihejmn, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped T'lIE VACANT LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all L the north side of Holmes street, near M. C!) The lot feet on Holmes Skin Eruptions, and positively cures street, Is 1,281 feet frontsand 60 deep Piles, or no pay required. . It is guar- North end. For price and particulars Teet wde at apply to JOHN B. L1NDSEY anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Mar. money refunded. Price '2o cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. S-A-X-iECrum-baugh'- The Best Salve in the world for FOE 27-2- Telephone connection No. 86. GEO. Dec.8-- f B. MACZLIlt, FRANKFORT, KY 0 c5-U- HGueekecperSi I KEEP CONSTANTLY Cooper's and Nelson's IN CANDIDATES. FOtt CITY MAKS1LIL. We are authorized to announco CON. McCAItTY as a candidate; for City Marshal at the August election, lbG. HEM FOR JAILER. We nre authorized to announco ELI McDANIEL ns a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin count'. Wc are authorized to announce S. N. DAVIDOF ONE HIRAM W. STAFFORD. HE SON ni an Independent Democratic Candidate for PEWARE swindlJ liai a slick tongue, and Is a llrst-las- s Jailer of Franklin county, against the Held, subject to ler. the will of the people at the August election, :88S, J. W. TREMERE. din; UurvHusuAll7 vKliln n month. No Doceptlon nor Quackery. 1'otltlvo Proofn, fall drpcriptioanml lettorof arlvleo Innl'tin crolfldpnvelope.froo. EIUE MEDIOAti CO., J'.O. drawer 1TJ. ill Eclo. N.Y. Lost orFniliar; Maaliood. Ncrvousuosa WflaknoGs, I.nck of Strongtlt, Vicor or Development, Onus? d by Indiscretions, to Hencfit- In exrou3es, A QUICK, PERMAN?NT, CERTAIN CURE FCf? IL Attention! STOCK, COX'S. MJ' . Til 1 Vlf!fJ a MI Sly own nmlte. AVhlch tiro qurantecd tho best. NOTICE. Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK & Vanilla, '' Turo Spices, ground nnd whole. tho very best I can buy, and attention Is especially cnlltd to my April PEPPER; lte-cital- ," DWELLING. HOUSE TWO STORY FRAMK repair, four rooms andAND SIX BEAUTIFUL Roubo In ood two kitchens, hot lllty one front ninety-two lt'et and hundred and feet deep. Situated east of the corner of Located on Holmes street, near Mr. John Apply to E. 11. HENSLEY. ilurr.iy and Second streets, South Frankfort. Apply to April lu-z- BUILDING LOTS, Crum-bauKli'- JD5SFH - LeCDMPTE THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Galloji. , Don't f.ulloulve mo a trade.' L ! iS6f i.CSkI 'ffif . .. . 1 wJrjiii TfV-J- w I. "( t , ilar. Jlrs. W. O. MANDLKHR, 13-3- No. !13o Broadway. PLAHTS FOR SALE. LL KINDS AND VARIETIES' OF TOMATO. Cabbage, J'epper and Sweet Potato plantb constantly on Hand and tor hale. Call at my l.irin on the l.awrencuburg pike, ortelciiliouu Saifell's 0. W. SAFIELL. Apr. ANSY PILLS resl-de;i- h t .Wl tVJ RQSVa wm ilia rl A NEW COAL turulsh tho ' YARD! by American Women. Guaranteed superior to Hll Don'tvfliitQ or Cb1i rctnniled. olhcn,on wortbleaa noitrumi. Try money Hold by all Druggists, or Ibis Bemedy Rnt. Send 4 cents for particulars. mailed to any address. WILCOX SPECIFIC CO PUIlada., fm. TJsed to-d- ay Aro perfectly Safe and always KH"ectnl. 10,000 regularly y'tm f'ri tW'A 'im a RECENTLY YARD HAVINd Frankfort.we OPENED A COALall times IN uro prepared at to I fttlilol TnWX Wt -- THE BEST GRADES OF COAL! AT THE Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years have tried every remedy on the market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, until I used Electric Hitters. Took five bottles and tun now cured, and think Electric bitters tho Iiest Mood Purifier in tho world." Mid. A. D. Iteed, of West Liberty, Ky.jtised Electric Hitters for an old standing Kidney affection and says: "Nothing has ever done me so much good as Electric Hitters." Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Jos. LeCompte. 4 LOWEST POSSIBLE BEST TONIC. TI1I3 medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonic, quickly and complete!' urea ))vHiep,ln, IitdlKCutloii, WeaknesM I inn nro lllood, .Wuliii Iu.CIiIIIm and FevciN, mid Neii rnluln. It Is an unfulling remedy for Diseases oftlu KlilnejH nnd I.lvcr. It is lnvulunblo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and nil who lend lives. PRICES Remarkable and Trial Packages. Oend stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. A Life qulclc cures. minun wmmiim Experience. milALtoil 1WEAKNESS AM decat. Ofllce on nroadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Branch olllee and cales ut II, It. Williams' grocery, corner of Seeond and lirldgo streets, Koulh Frank-foi- t. All orders will rccehu prompt attention. S. S. & J. II. TOLD. Dec.l2tf. POR bALB. RESIDENCE STREET NEXT MY to Governor's ON HIGH The lot fronts on Mhiimoii. High fctrcet. running back 200 feet tc n paved .'illej. There is stable room lor two hcirt.es, and carriage room for two cirriauc, with a rat pro f com cnl) and macademlzed stable lot. The Iiotte consists of a irante 111 etgnt rooms, uesiucs Kitciicn and perfectly dry cellar, idl in order. The gardenia in a hiitli state of cultivation, with a variety of the (incut grapes In full Price 3.300. iiiy rea- llnjne son lor wanting to sell is that my biihincis two-ntor- y Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. pinduco constipation othrr Iron mtdlchicstin. enriches and purifies tlieblocd.Btlmulntcn tho appetite, nlds the nwlmllntloa of food, relieves Heartburn and I't lolling, nnd strctiBth-on- s the muscles nnd nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac, It hns no equal. J! if Tho ponuhip has nbnve trido mark nnd cni'd red lines on w rapper. Toko no other. Itdocnotluurotlictt'eth,cnmoticndaclio,nr i iSd oiiljr bj nilOW S I lli:?ll( A I. It., MALTlMOlir, XV. Chirn, Kewliere. Apply uu piemtbes, or , Attorncv-at'Law- J, 10 Air, B. THARP. Kflnk ' ' ' ' ' '''':' v';. ,.'"'"-,'i'- - " , - ,"''-- ' ' . ' ,'. , ' m wmwmmmmmm? ' ROUNDHBOU T- j? , H '"V Y& , . y ' A J2l ',3 't - SuDDlement afternoon, at this vicinity last wcok buying hogs for tho 4 o'clock. Everybody invited. No collection fall market. Henry is a sterling judgo of a will bo tnkon up. Rev. Dr. Bagby will preach (Sunday) Gliapol in tho Now Mr. Honry Roach, of Shelby, was through hog. FRANKFORT, KY., AFRIL24, 1880. The now gas lumps arc being put in sawyer at tho Champion in South Frankfort to supply tho places Mr. J. W. Fisher roturned from Florida Wednesday evening, aftor an nbsonco of of tho old coal oil lumps. sovoral months. He has boon operating a on St. Andrew's Bay, Washington Messrs. Duuigan &tficol commenced county. tho work of rebuilding their saw At a meeting of tho Council held this day, and planing mills on Tuesday. April 10th, 1880, a committee was appointSaw-mil- l. saw-mi- ll Mr. D, Wi Beokly and family, of LouisMr. James Box, of Connorsville, Marion ville, have taken rooms with Mr. Jas. Choany, county, was down hero on business; but re241 Benson street. Mr. Beckloy is a band turned homo on Saturday with tho good Great Bargains! -- IN- Tho Assembly Hall Club will give tho closing hop of the season at the Capital Hotel on Thursday evening next, April 29th. fcS; liS ed to draft resolutions of respect in regard to tho death of Councilman Clinton W, Sullivan. The said commltjtoo reported the following preamble and resolutions, which were read and unanimously adopted. WiiebeAB, It has pleased Almighty God A protracted meeting will bo com- to remove from our midst by death our our town, menced at the Christian Church to- friend andand whoreas,of is meet and C. W. propit Sullivan; morrow evening. Bev. Mr. Cobb, of er that we shonld express our sorrow at his Illinois, will assist Rev. George Dar-si- doath; therefore, Be it resolved That our city has lost a tho pastor. good citizen and efficient trustee, one who took an aotivo part in its affairs and did all Di- in his power to promote its interest. Resolved That this preamble and resoluWhilo playing "Hazel Klrke" at Staub's tions bo spread upon the minutes of this Theater, Knoxville, last week, Miss Van meeting and tho clerk be directed to sond a Tassel missed one of her solitaire diamond copy of tho same to the family of tho dethat she wears in the. second act, ceased. J. T. Dkakins, valued at three hundred dollars, and supF. P.Lewis. posed it had been stolen from the dressing Committee. room, and there was great consternation among the company and attaches of the theatre. The diamond could not be found and Miss Van Tassel wended her way to her The fishing season has begun. hotel with a very heavy heart, but on her arrival there found tho missing stone hangTurnip greens and jowl are seasonable. ing to the collar of her pet black and tan Mr. James Luckett dined Sunday with dog, where it had fallen from the dresser and becomo caught there in its fall. Knox- the family of Mr. Frank Manford. ville Tribune. Mr. Milton Arnold had a valuable colt seriously kicked Monday by one of his horses. Died. At the family residence, Thursday April 15th, Jimmie, son of Mr. James Carr, Look out for the cornel. aged two years. A gentle shower needed. Mr. Willard Luckett,- - of Eddyvillo, who has been visiting his aged parents, Mr. and Gardening time, sure enough. Mrs. Sam Luckett, returned home Monday, Farmers are still shipping tobacco. accompanied by Messrs. Tee Stone and Sam Johnson. sick. Mrs. Ryland Bedford is quite Sunday-schoo- l Grove Those reported sick last week are bet- school house the will begin at ThornMay at first Sunday in ter. three o'clock. All are invited and we hope Miss Sallie Warren will open a school the people will tarn out well and encourage the good cause. hero soon, so we are informed. Mr. Bogart, an agent for a patent fence is Mrs. Bobert Stockton, of Idaho, has been doing business among our farvisiting her mother, Mrs. Macklin. mers for the past two weeks. There is a Mrs. L. E. Burdin, of Switzer, was specimen opposite tho store of Messrs. Wiover last Wednesday, visiting relatives. ley & Settle. It seems to bo a cheap as Mrs. S. A. Young is spending a few well as substantial fence, and should take weeks with her daughter in Bald Knob. well with the farmers. Leo. e, Cora Tan Tassel and Iier amonds ear-rin- Bloomtngton. Forks of Elkliorn. Ninety-flv- e iK ' '.Ail i k? j ,'3' last Sunday evening. Miss Virgie Stedman. of White Sul-phConvent, is spending a few days at home. Mr. G. C. Hughes is making some improvements, by building an addition to his residence. Miss Sallie Beaddy is expected to for Danleave our little village y ville, to reside. A gentleman 'near Stedmansville worked all day Sunday 'beforo last, thinking it was Saturday. - Miss Jennie Featherston came home yesterday from Georgetown College, and will return Sunday. Mrs. Maria Murphy is expected to move out here soon, and occupy her new and beautiful cottage. Mr. L. F. Compton has about comtraining track in pleted his half-mil- e the clover oottom near me mm. The latest thing out go a fishing r. The Colonel at with a Woodlake will show you how to rig it. Misses Achie Garvey and Mamie Grimes, of White Sulphur Convent, have been visiting Miss Bettie Jones, near Woodlake, Mrs. Lizzie Macklin, Mrs. Stockton, Miss Bettio Macklin, and Mr. and Mrs. Burb Blackburn spent last Wednesday with Mrs. A. W. Macklin. persons were present at ol ur the Mission Sunday-scho- ' Pea Ridge morning. The singing party met last Sunday night at tho residence of Mr. James Tracy and evening (Sunday) at will meet Bro. Graves preached here last Sunday the residenco of Mr. Louis Choate, on the Devil's Hollow Pike. The usual Wednesday evening concert was largely attended. The editor of the Roundabout is invited to attend the con cert next Wednesday evening, when a speo-ia- l programme will be presented for his benefit. Tho road known as the Daly lane, leading from the Pea Ridge road to tho Devil's Hollow pike, has been closed. It is a great convenience to those who don't wish to travel that way, and reflects great credit on those who closed it for their energy and perseverance. The prospects of a turnpike through here are better now than at any time in tho his tory of the Kidgo. All of the residents along the line of route have given the right of way through their lands and pledged both money and work to the pike. So anxious are the people for the pike that some have plodgcd their assistance to two routes. Rumor has it that an attempt is about to be made to shut up the road known as the Stephens lane, leading from the Pea Ridge road to the Shelby piko. Tho attention of those interested in keeping the road open is called to this matter. Resist the encroachments of the enemy, citizens. Never make the first concession, and you will not bo asked to make tho second. The last issue of tho Roundabout was just simply devoured as soon as it was received One or two good houses to rent over here. here. Our citizens were glad to see tho item relating to the repeal of the law makBenson bridge is to be raised at the north ing payment of taxes sixty days beforo end again. elections a voting qualification. It was alHim Dam Moore, of Benson, wasin town ways looked on with suspicion here, as tending either to a property qualification, Wednesday. s to or to roduco some of our N. I. MoDaniel attended Court at George- tho same level with convicts. town, Monday. Sunday-schoo- l every Sabbath afternoon, at 8 o'clock. Seats free. Mr. Ed. Duncan is bedfast with malarial Robt. Owen and family, of Antiooh, have fover. moved into part of Jas. D. Moore's house. Good stook hogs are selling at tho Knobs Mr. T. 0. Hale bought a fine mare, with a for S4 cents, gross. colt by Lexington, last week. Frioe $150 Prof. Tracy has secured 40 pupils moro cash. since last issue, making 100 pupils. Johnnie Hales had the misfortune to fall Mr. Noel Leo, our modest young townsfrom a fence and broak his arm, one man, is contemplating either marriage, day last week. ' business or both. A young lady living on Cratoher street Mr. James Bailey, of Bailey's Mill, died will shortly be married to a young man at his residenco, on Monday, of brain from the Antiooh neighborhood. disease and consumption. Mr. John Marshull and his estimable famSunday-schoo- l opens with full ohoir and ily have moved to South Frankfort, muoli to orchestra on Sunday at S o'clock, and day regret of our whole community. the school on Monday at 8 o'clock sharp. The shop vacated by Mr. J. N. Marshall is There was a grand singing rohorsal at 8 very superior stand for an indnstrious sober tho residence of Mr. Joseph Allison, on wagon maker or plow etooker. Sunday night which will be repeated. man can rent it cheap. to-da- wishes of all. Our favorite, tho Roundadout, is sometimes a week old before it reaches tho Knob. An appeal will bo mado to tho proper aua post office hero. thorities to physician, Dr. Robinson, Our resident threatens to suo Prof. Tracy for "infringements." Tho Prof., In adopting his sanitary systom for his patrons and pupils, is thought to infringe on tho rights of tho Dr. FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. Evorything is quiot since tho election. E. Q. Leo visited friends' at Hill Spring, Henry county, tho first of the wook. Robt. Sanford, county assessor, expects to finish up his business this week. MIsb Jonnio Peyton, of Flngfork, has been visiting Miss Fannie Sanford this week. D. M.Woodson was out hero surveying grounds last Wednesday. the school-hous- e Died At the residenco of Mr. G. W. Puliam, his mother, Mrs. Gerranda, of apoplexy. Mr. W. R. Clark's little son, Charlie, got very badly burned lost Sunday, by an explosion of gunpowder. Mr. Wm. Lewis, of Belle Point, purchased of Wm. Warfield, jr., the first of last wook, his fine stallion, Ureka, price unknown. Bro. Burton was at Lebanon .church SunMay day, and organized a Sunday-schoothe school prosper and bo an ornament to tho community. Miss Elnora Hamilton, a highly cultivated and accomplished teacher, of Frankfort, is conducting a subscription school at Eden school-housnear here. 'Where are the candidates this weok? Have they gone where the woodbine twin-otor have they all gone off on an excursion to High Bridge 1 Harry Lee sold in Louisville, not long since, his crop of tobacco for 25 cents per hundred pounds.' This is enough to excito a great interest with the producers of that evil weed to raise larger and better crops; there is so much money in it, as the above shows. Why don't some one come out here and organize a temperance meeting at this place. Never were strong mon needed more surely than at present to use the power given them to save tho rising generation from the ruin that must inovitably follow the use of alcoholic beverages. May God speed the day when our friends and homes will be protected by tho strong arm of the law from the wretched traffic. There are men living around here who are in round numbers about three centuries behind tho time. They do not believe in freedom of speech, or in the liberty of the press. They believe thenegroes should be enslaved again; they see no good in anything and regard the world as deteriorating in a geometrical progression; they put a dampor on every enterprise by prophesying a failure. They would go a mile out of their way to blast a reputation, but would not raise a hand to save one. If they were carried away by a cyclone or struok by lightning the country would be Old Jumbo. better off. l. e, h, to-da- Olo thing, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, The people of Franklin and adjoining counties, who are always looking" for Great Bargains, will not be disappointed by calling at my store and examining my immense stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, that arc sold at prices that will astonish them, as I have a large stock, Latest Styles, and a full line and sell better goods for less money than any other house. I am unHprenlrl ;ii determined not to h (..it nie Vnn fl,4 assortment of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTINGS in my vurpec uepartment. J.. JJ-c- a- 226 St. s IS lair St. $&. SLICKER SH BBN Is The Best Waterproof Coat tirer Made. nsivneTtrrrn Knne cuiaioe onttii Ttinirnrr ituupcil with the above MDon't wafterrmrrnnni'irnnnimm or rnnherrnnt. you absolutely vjtr 'and vMrnoor, and will keep dry in the hardest orm J TRIPE UkRK. Ask lor the "FISH BRAND" blickkr nmt tako no other. If our storekeeper doc J nmMn1 eml for oWrlntlve ntnlngun to A J. TOWKtt. ZO Bimrmmi St . Bntnn. Mum Mnot hnvo the "nn J. B. Sanford, of the firm of J. E. Hardin & Co., is in Cincinnati, Louisville and Madison, purchasing a big line of spring goods for this place. Fishing first rate. Peerless Will-holcaught about twenty last week. Peerless knows how to catch 'em, catches them just as well where they aint as where they are. Harmed At tho residence of the bride's father, Thursday, April 8th, Rowland Walters to Miss Lena Mal-coP. E. Kavanaugh, D. D., officiating. The couple have our best wishts Kansas City and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe to Topeka. The Gould roads land their passengers North of the Kaw river, in, North Topeka and not in the city of Topeka. The Chicago & Alton gives you a reclining chair free and runs through the finest country of any road, keeps on good terms with its employes and no fear of smash ups and ditched trains. , Your correspondent's shingle hangs out at No. 95 East 7th street, where he will be glad to see and welcome any Kentuckians and give them all the pointers as to Kansas which five years residence here has qualified him to present. Truly, H. C. H. ' es. Boat riding is now all the go. It is most certainly delightful now as the weather is warm, to sail over the placid waters of old Kentuck and view the beautiful scenery, which exhibits itself so plain along this stream. The steamer, Little Hinnie, with Capt. Anderson commanding her, and Capt Freeman at the wheel, came up this far Holiday. As she had as much freight from this place down as she could carry, did not go further up. Steamer Hibernia passed down Tuesday evening. We are glad to see navigation again resumed in the Kentucky river. Harp. Stoney Creek. News scarce. Miss Malissie Moore, of Cedar Run, visit- ed A. Mr. step-ladde- shooting gallery in order. Success to Job. Dr. Ben. Duvall passed out Monday to Mr. Kerby's for the purpose of tapping his legs. The farmers begin to need rain, as the ground is so hard a great many have to stop plowing. Messrs. Curran Moore, John LeOompte, and families, visited Mr. F. M. Smith and family Sunday. On last Sunday we attended the Sunday-schoat Antioch, and we aro glad to see so many take part in the good work of God. ol J. Oreenwell and family Sunday. J. J. Smith, jr., will soon have his Belle Point. Mr. Job Smith, sr., and wife, Henry Moore and wife, Miss Annie Moore and Bro. Baughman were the guests of John H. Smith and family Sunday. Polsgrove. Spring is here. A good deal of tobacco yet in the county not shipped. Farmers aro now preparing their ground for tobacco and corn. Hiss Rebecca Graves, of Shelby Co., is visiting friends near this, place. Neal Taylor, the old reliable blacksmith, is doing a good business now. Ben HcDaniel and Wm. Moscow are in the city consulting the tobacco ..market. Reuben Pulis, an old ircntleman of Audrain Co., Ho., returned home Wednesday, via Frankfort. Tho Steamer Cora passed our city with a tow of coal last week lor Frankfort, with the clever Bud Mullen at the wheel. Preaching Sunday, by Rov. P, E. Kavanaugh, of the M. E. Church. We also hope the Sunday-schowill be organized very soon. ol fellow-citizen- Bald Knob. tion of Teachers, which meets in July. Ample arrangements are being made to accommodate over 5,000 teachers. A committee appointed by tho Governor and Teachers' Association here has canvassed the city and arranged with private citizens to entertain the teachers at $1 per day for board and lodging or 25 cents per day for lodging only. The New Gordon, Dutton House and Fifth Avenue Hotel have all agreed to reduco their regular fare fifty cents below the regular faro charged. The Copeland and Winsor informed me that they would not make any reduction. Their rates aro $3.50 and 3.00 per day. The Fifth Avenue is run by Haukla Bros., two clover young men from about Eliznbethtown, Ky. There are any number of restaurants in the city where good meals can bo had for 25 to 35 cents. The principal point of interest for visitors here is the Capitol building, Ninth and Jackson streets. The grounds include four solid blocks in the centre of th.o city. Here will be found tho Agricultural Museum, Goss' Ornithological Collections, State Historical Socioty (library and museum), State Library, and what will strike the average Kentuckian as a peculiar innovation, a negro Auditor of State presiding ovor a lot of white clerks. All through the Capitol building will bo found reminiscenses of olfk John Brown and his relics, and of Jim Lamaud other heroes of bleeding Kansas. Tho State Insane Asylum, one mile west of the city, State Reform School, two miles north, mile southwest, GarWashburn College, field Park, 14 milo north, and Bethany College, on Ninth and Polk streets, are all places of interest to visitors; also the Santa Shops on Adams street, and Santa Fe gene ral ouices on Ninth and Jackson streets will repay well tho time spent in visiting them. During the visit of the teachers an excursion to California and return will be run over the Santa Fo at greatly reduced rates, also trains will run daily between this city and Lawrence, the town once sacked by Quantrell. A few. scars of the old raid still remain on some of tho buildings in that historic city. If Topeka infamous for anything it is for display and having a grand time, and all who come will be treated well aud made to4 luivo an enjoyable season. Now n word as to how to como. I havo made half a dozon trips between Frankfort and Topeka and speak from expedience. Am net in pay of any railroad, ask no favors of any, am under no obligations to any. My advice is shun the Gould roads like you would a grave yard; keep off tho Wabash and the Missouri Pacific and buy your ticket over tho Ohio and Mississippi to St. Louis, via tho Chicago and Alton to Still wet and muddy. The election is over and nobody sor- ry. Mrs. Dr. Wilson began her school at,, school-hous- e No. 43 Monday with a very good attendance. We wish her good luck. Some gentleman is casting ungenerous flings on some of our neighbors through the columns of the Rouda-rou- t. There has not been a drunken man on the pike since the speaking at on the Kith ultimo. the school-hous- e A certain man in this community,'; running for District Deputy Clerk, was Topeka, Kansas, April 13th, 1880. found on Sandrittle Friday night beEditor Roundabout: fore the convention off Find enclosed 1 for subscription to your on his knees praying his horse down He interesting little paper. It may not bo had been riding all dayfor votes. not and had amiss to give your readers, especially the teachers, a pointer or two in regard to To- met the success he wished and thought peka, as some of thom may have occasion it time to pray for help, as he could not U.Know. to come here during the National Associa- get it any other way. New Scrabble. Born To T. H. Wilborn and wife, twin girls. One died in a short time. Mrs. Martha J. Stivers is lying af; the point of death from the effects of a paralytic stroke. G. L. Rodgers lost H valuable cow, last Friday nitrht. for which he had twice refused 100. l y-,- Js i W. O. Doudin cave his wife a little dressing in March and has just return- ed from jail. Next time look out, W. O. t J. i Tho cow of Mrs. M. J. Rodgers failed suddenly in her milk, when it was discovered that she was suckling a few pigs. Your writer had the pleasure otH being at Lebanon last Sunday and.?; Heard new uro. uurton preach a veryv interesting sermon, after which a very was organized,UVI large sunciay-schowith Hr.E. Thompson Superintendent.! vrm Hr. T. H. Wilborn has built him a, I new store on Falling Rock Branch, 'J 3 and is now in Louisvue purchasing a- novr stnnlr nf frnnrlfl. Yvhnn hf rV turns he will move his old stock of iWH goods and Post office to his new storeV? about one mile north east from old$ ol 'l Scrabble. Cl1 - ,j i toscence, mechanics, eDmneorinfr discoveries, Inventions and patents ever publltbed. Every num- The most popular Weekly newspaper devoted 't 1 Y. M ber illustrated with splendid engravings. TbU publication furnishes a most valuable encyclopedia) nf information which no person should be without. The popularity of tho Scientific Amebicam la such that its circulation nearly equals that of all otuer papers 01 lis ciass oomuineo. rnco, o.ai m year. Discount to Clubs. 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