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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 fra1882101401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Mtl The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A. s LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Volume VI. NVtt&hMIJndMRCTMrail FRANKFORT. KY., OCTOBER Smoki' tlie Will S. IlnvH nt The jury in tlie ciihu clmrj-ewit It the murder lirouglit in a verdict, nt of imprisonment for d 14, 1882. Number 4. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes the great gun of the fall season of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I KfUtliiU'H. Hodges', for several weeks, leaves for home to-da- DAVIS returns from the Bast with a stock bought for of Frank Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Kobt Pcnn returned home of W. 0. Welch, Wednesday, after an extended visit throu'jli Versailles, Tlmrp-tiny- , Missouri. Among other things Mrs. Penu brought some specimens of gold, one from life. the mine of her brother, .Judge Green, of NEW DEPAWRE $Mm ! SXJOT Ho offer CASK and at prices that will astonish you. no fubtilous impossibilities But for the purchaser, and respectfully invites your inspection, whether you buy or not. Remember the place, Means What he Advertises. His immense STOCK is all ready I. fi Sept. 303m. DAVIS. FRANKFORT. KY. St. Clair Street, Murray Building, SAMUELrORMERLY OF - AYERS, KENTUCKY., The New Orleans Minstrel enteitninnietit Webb city. will lie free from everything The most remarkable shooting ever heaid Tlicy do nol skale close to t lie of in this section was done by Mr. Henrv Church last week. While hunting on lines ol indecency for the edification of back just below the mill, he filed into a beats in the iiall. flock of blue wing ducks, killing 24 and wounding 0 at one shot. Mr. II. Clay Sale, formerly of Louisville, The Peak's Mill Base Ball Club deserves hut now traveling salesman for Ilcckham, the blue ribbon. They defeated the 'HirerMercer & Co., the wholesale groceis of this several week's since, and the River Club city, came in Wednesday from a very success- Saturday. The score Satuiday standing. '.','2 ful trip in Kansas and South western MiVouri. to 18. They have received a clialluime Messrs. IlecUliam, Mercer & Co. ate to be from the Elmville club, which has been accongratulated upon having secured in Mr. cepted. The game will take place some week. Sale what was considered the best grocery man time next The meeting which was in progress at that evei traveled out of Louisville. He will week clo.-e-d Saturday .soon be joined by Mrs. Sale, nee Miss Jennie Pleasant Hill last night withO additions, d by letter and 3 by Murphy, of Frankfort, Ky., who will prove imiiiserion. Air. Fold, who was conduct- Are nov receiving quite an acquisition to the already laige and ing the meeting", had nn engagement sell as low as any this week and was compelled to creditable Kentucky social coterie. Modem leave. An effort is being made to get some Argo, A'liusiis City, M. one ele to continue the meeting for a week loiijier. . Z. A Noteworthy Firm Change. tn-nil- it Elk-hor- Wholesale and retail dealers in I k - BTAPI.B Si FANC1T GBOOEBIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, their fall stock of goods, which they propose to All goods warranted first-clas- s. cKe-whei- e house in the city. BEST BBAISTDS OF DANVILLE, WATCH MAKER, Successor to IS. F Meek, Miiin Stnet, Frink-I'or- t, Kv., continues tbo wntch repairing business at the "old stand. ll.v nromptin's ami cirulul work lie hopes to merit tho puttonngc of tlunu who ilesiro to have their watches repaired without damage being duim thuin. Surveyor.' repaired and utlmr Instruments ivquirlng dtlieato and accurate ndjmtuicnt. em-pass- In retiring from business in Frankfort I tako pleasure in expressing my cntiio conlldcnce in Air. S. Ayrcg. and from my long acquaintance with him as a workman, do not hesitate to commend him as oviry way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. ' 11. F. MEEK. Fopt. 30-t- f The Best Soda Water In the City is at Joe LeCompte's DBTO STORE. TRY ALABASTI1TE! It is tltc best tiling in use for ceilings ami walls. For sale at JOE LeOOMPTES SOUTH SIDE DRUG f. STORE-ma- r w. t. Mi YAH, nSALER I3ST Staple and Iancy Notions, &c, ST. OLAIR STREET, Frankfort, Ky. FRUIT THBBS. FALL OF 1882. Plants, nnd everything louud in a lirst-elanursorj establishment. Wo employ no agents, but glvo our commission direct to the planter. We refer to our old patrons. Our now catalogues will bo sent on implication. II. F. IIILLKNMEYEU, Lexington, Ky. sep 0 tf of Fruit nnd Ornaiukjital A SUPERIOR stockFruits, Grapevines Trees, Small ss EGBERT '" Orders left at Avcrill's drug attended to. & SON, April i6-t- House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. BfilPPIiiin anil Decorative Paper Hunging a spi'ciiilily. fctorc will be promptly l ""Job Work fleatly Exe cutcd at tills Office. a few day. All other goods "handled in their season. Hunters' complete Prof. .1. C. Bridires spent several davs outfits. last week with friends in Greenup Folk ueighiiorhood, Owen county. Mr. Frank Bridges, one of Owen's mot popular young men, visited relntives several days lust week, near this place. Air. C. M. Hull killed a large black snake Saturday evening, six leet long, that was Constantly on hand. Irving to swallow a half grown rabbit. Air. L. A. Hedrick lelt on the eleventh Breech-loadin- g instant to visit friends in Indianna, Illinois Bridgeport. and Kansas, and will return home in the spring. A.1XD Mr. F. AI. Scofield lias been to Louisville Air. W. S. AlcCord, accompanied by his this week. two accomplished daughters, Alisses Belle Sept. The farmers arc busily engaged in sow- and Lou, spent last week in Cincinnati, taking in the ExpoVitfhii. ing wheal. The series of meetings conducted by Mr. A. J. Hulett, of Benson, was in the Rev Hiram Ford ami Rev. Mi. Elliott ul village this week. Bethany, Owen county, closed a few days The cabbage crop in this section is belter ago with GJ additions to the church. than at first anticipated. Mr. M. B. Forwooil spent Inst week in t Born. October 9th. 1882, to Taylor Cincinnati, visiting friends and relations. and wife, a daughter. Mr. Forwood has only been here a few Mr. J. II. Bailey, U. S. Storekeeper, months, yet he has become quite popular among our people. looked in on us this week. Air. .1. N. Bridges spent several daya last Mrs. Frances Packet, with her son, Billie Wilson, have gone to Louisville with a week with a friend on the waters ol East Eagle. .Madam Rumor says Mr. Bridges view to locating. will discontinue his visits and bting Messrs Win Crook and Phil. Partcnt, her home with him. have returned from a trip to Missomi. S. N. lodges, Eq will deliver a They say Old Kentucky U good enough lor -school lecture at Alt. Vernon Church on thcin. the loth inst., at three o'clock p. in. Everyone should attend, for Mr. II. is one of the Swifczer. best speakers in the State. J. W. Gayle is at home on a visit this At the Alt. Vernon Church on the Sinst., week. while Rev. Air. Cobb was preaching to a Mrs. Smith, of Pains Depot, spent several large and attentive congregation, consideradays with friends in this ueighiiorhood last ble disturbance was created on the ladies w ee. side of the church by a house snake crawlMiss Fiiiiiki Stone returned home last ing up the aisle. It was soon killed and Sunday alter a visit ol several days at Mrs. quiet Soutn's. Die i. On the 8th inst.. Air. Robert E Couly, alter a lingering illness of several Miss Bettie Jones, who has been The fuueial UrphieTlioiiiahon, returned home months with consumption. services were conducted at Alt. Veinon last Monday. Church, on the 9th, by Rev. Air. Frazier, Mrs. Poplin and Mr. Howel returned to and the remains interred in the Mt. Vernon Peak's Mill this week after a two weeks visit Cemetery. The family have many friends ALSO A FULL STOCK OF to ,1. B. liockcusmith's. who weep with them. Rev. T. J. Stevenson and llev. D. T. Our neighbor, James W. Bridges, went Phelps closed a meeting at North Foik last to Louisville last Alonday and was emSunday with about fifteen additions to the ployed by the Louisville' Tobacco Warechurch. house as a drummer for the house. Air, is in the right place, Our public school near this place, under Bridges the right man of Miss Alary Meruit, is as he is the most influential man in this the Management progressing splendidly. Miss Mary is an part of the country and will doubtless ship excellent teacher and is liked ball her pu- them the greater portion of the weed in these parts. Oxui: A Wi:i:k. pils. Died. Near this place, on the 2Gth of September, Mrs. Lucinda Sharp, wife of J. Peaks Mill. Mrs Sharp was beloved by all A. Sharp. who knew her, and was a consistent memAnother wedding soon. ber of the Christian Church. The bereaved Miss Mollie Smith is visiting friends in husband and children have the sympathy of many friends. The funeral services were Louisville, conducted by 'Rev, Hiram Ford, after which Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening the remains were interred in tho family nt Pleasant Hill. epts3-t- f burying ground. Misses Mollie Munson ami Belle Pcnn are We notice that your Peak's Mill corresDISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP the guests ol Aliss Mary Penu. C. D. D. S pondent says we were mistaken in one of is the one we think Z. Mr. Satn'l Fbrseo ami daughter, Miss our items. l( it Tho partnership horotufore existing between Annie, Bpcnt several ilnyn in Owen lust alludes to we are constrained to believe that M. 11. 1. Williams, jr., ami Wilej 0. William, Yet he we are light and Z. misinformed. week. In the agricultural implement and grain busimay be able to see further into the matter ness, under tho stylo of Williams Brothers, has Miss Xnnnic Forsee, who has been vis(Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) we supposed; hut from the tact that been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe bust iting relatives in Louisville for the past two thanProfessor has begun to erect u tine the Can bo found at hi ofilco from 8 a. in. to 5 p. ties? will bo euntinued ut tho old stand by weeks, returned home Tuesday, dwelling for himself, vn are inclined to be- ui. ready to do all kinds of dental work to tbo Wiley 0. Williams. M. II. 1 WILLIAMS, Jn., Mrs. Ivy Tutt, of Eminence, who lias lieve some one will soon be lucky enough cntiro tatUfuction of those who may ohosn to septO-lu- i WILEY 0. WILLIAMS. July J, K. H. been visiting at her father's, Mr. Albert to entrap him. patronize hlui. "We will As will be seen by an announcement published in another column of this iwie, the long and favorably known firm of Gregory, Stagg & Co., of St. Louis, has I een succeeded by Messrs. Stagg, Hume & Co. The mem-bei.- s of the new linn are Capt. George T. Stagg and Win, S. Hume, of St. Louis, and Mr. Edmund II. Taylor, jr., of Frankfort, Ky. It would indeed be difficult to conceive of a combination of gentlemen representing in a laiger degree the intelligence, e.speience and ci.tet prise requisite in any business undertaking, and when to these essential personal qualities is added abundant resources, it is safe to predict for Messrs. Stagg, Hume iS: Co. a career of continuous and conspicuous pios-peiitThe Wine and Sirit AV:vw. Elmville. But little wheat has been sowed. J. resh Oysters Keoeived Daily From Baltimore. have a ce in FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Fine m Shot Guns a Specialty. CALL SEE FOR YOURSELF. 30-311- 1. low Arriving! AND FOR SALE Tar-ren- I , Sunday- AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stock of :n J' te.-tore- . d BOOTS AND SHOES For Fall and Winter Wear. OOKS, STATIONERY, Our Staple and Nobby Hats CANNOT BE EXCELLED. BUSH, DB1TTIST, J. ft FRANKFORT, IiY., fir 15-l- y ffiWMHMHpMMM ji - f 4 mmm J & J ? M a ratvwHttwi i ii i m swgi BiitujamiimraMOTiraMSaatngar FRANKFORT Entcrnd attlic post-nic- ROUNDABOUT, at Frnnkfurt, Kentucky Another wedding is nearly ripe. Side gent and North Side lady. South c a second class mailable matter. New style Lout: Hranch Hats in several qualities at Mm shall it Meaglmr's. GEORGE A. LEWIS, o The State Arsenal is receiving a new coat of paint. Mr. V. II, Oliver ha? the con-liac- t. mAKKFORT, A OCT011KH 14. 1SS2. Arsenal blue pencil mark (X) on your paper Hill. lidientes that your euli.cription has not Mr. Darsie preachc morning been paid for some time, nnii yon arc re- and night as usual. The night service bequested to settle nt once. gins at 7 o'clock, a half hour earlier than Go and see the New Orleans Minstrels to- heretofore. night and enjoy u eood laugh. The Lexington Comic Opera Company, The New Orleans Minstrels have four of composed of over fifty people will present the opera of Patience nt Major Mouse on the greatest clog dancers in the luiMiie. Saturday evening next, October 21st. Jlr. Uichard Church anil Mi.sg Nellie Week, daughter of IL I. Meek, Etq , weie There will be a meeting of the Koyal married at the residence of the bride' pa- Templars of Temperance at the Photograph rents, in South Frankfort, on Tuenday i. Gallery of Mr. II G M.nttern on Monday at 2 o'clock. The aflair was a very quiet evening next a full attendance is desired. t. one, only a few intimate liiend? being Rev. George 0. Barnes has led Cincinnati Kev. Dr. !. M. LewN performed the and has gone to Norwich. Connecticut, to Our best wishes attend tlie happy hold a meeting. It is said thai MNs Marie pair. has nearly lost her voice and has been comA coal oil lamp left burning in the grocery pelled to give up singing at the meetings for of Jesse Hocker, on the corner of Washing- a time. ton and Clinton streets Sundav night, exA splendid view of the comet enn be had ploded about one o'clock, setting tire to some barrels and boxes and damaging the at about twenty minutes to five o'clock' in stock to the amount of about one hundred the morning. It is plainly visible in the dollars. The lire department were on hand eastern sky. The tail is broader and longer promptly but the Humes weie e.tingui;died than any seen in this locality in thirty years. without the use of the engine. la-pre.-encere-nion- M. Wakefield is erecting cottage in the burnt district on Mir. .T. a frame Mr. J. Swigert Tax lor and laniily left Sunday morning lor St, Louis, where tlioy will reside in future. Mr. Clin?. H. Grcshain left We'dnesday evening for Gogginsville, Georgia, where he in lutiire. will Mr. Will. A Watkins and xvife, nw Miss Loulie Nuckols, lelt Tuesdny lor Texas, where they will le'side. Mi-- s Addie Lawler returned Tuesday afternoon from a four weeks' visit lo her or, Mrs Brown, in Louisville. Mr. II. J Hydenltendcd the reunion of his old legiment, the Fourth Kentucky Infantry, U. S. A., at Lexington Tuesdny. Mrs. D. 0. Barrett and daughter, Miss Florence, returned Tuesday evening from u mouths' visit to relatives in Si. Louis, Missouri. Mr. Emmet G. Logan and wife, of Louis-xillspent Saturday, Sunday and Monday iu this city, the guests of Maj. II. T. .Stanton. Misses Annie Bird, of Shelby county, and Mary McElroy. ol Lebanon, who have been visiting Mrs. W. T. Bending, returned home Tuesday. re-ide si-le, FISH AND 0YSTEB DEPOT I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. CALL AND . SEE ME AT THEOLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. wPiiTIli H lw mi Wl Mi 1. 1 ffn?i i hR7 tbtViTI AT THE w xrsv J miii P PliySfi t3J i - au Mil MiTm Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Lyle. of Lexington, paid a living visit to Mrs. Lyle's sister, Mrs. J. B. Lewis, on Tuesday anil Wednesday of this week. Mr. W. S. SatTell hns been attending the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias at Owensboro this week, as a representative of the Lodge in this city. Col. W. LnKne Thomas, of Lexington, has lieen in the citv this week in the inter of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance iiiii iiuiniM rrm i hi i in rmw nrriwrirnriniTii '2 iTm Rtfr -- mma a r"'. ""-- ', "f-l.- r"" JL iir nil Dry Goods and Clothing House I VKWEasoJ mm Vitzaa CESIUMS' 0 ! St Mr. Philip Selbert, the enterpii-iu- g d Clair street jeweler, has to the Citv School a handsone eight day clock. It is large and is arranged Jo be hung up in On the the olliceof the Superintendant. front, just below the dial, is the iusciiption in gilt letters, "Presented by Philip Selbert, JS2" If nil our citizens were as public spirited and took as much interest in the prosperity of our Citt School as Mr. Selbert there would be little complaint of that instipre.-ente- tution. hile Mr. S. W. Paine and family, who resident the junction of the Georgetown and Versailles pikes, two miles from this city, were attending church in this city Sunday night, the house was broken into and a suit of clothes, hat, pair of boots and a packet-boo- k containing live dollars in money, and a child'c savings bank, contain ing some small change, were carried oil'. This is the second time Mr. Paine has been robbed within a few weeks, the first time his store was broken into. The thieves have not ot been discovered. About twelve o'clock Sunday night burglar-) broke open the buck window of the store of Messrs. Gray ic Kodinan, in Odd Fellows' Temple, and carried off thiiteen pistols, valued at $150, and two boxes of cigars. They went to the cash drawer but found nothing but an old key to a whisky barrel spiggot, which they took and attempted to draw some liquor but it would not fit. The baker at Mr. h. Weitzel's heard them, got up and came out, when they disappeared, lie saw three men run olT but failed to recognize anv of them. Company, of Neunik, New Jersey. Miss Elvira Brcnnan, of St. Joseph, Mis- ouri, who has been visiting Mr. J. B. Lewis the pa- -t two xveeks, lelt Thursday morning to visit friends in Oldham county. Mr E. A. Fclliner was to have sailed from South Hampton, England, Wednesday Our efficient Fire Chief has leceutly had on his leturn from a tour through Europe, made some neat and convenient improve- and will probably be at home in a couple of week. Solt blow the winds until his ship ments in the Engine House. The partition shall laud. between the two rooms lm- - been taken away in the centre and the sp.ice arched over, "Buchupaiba." throwing the lower portion of the buildQuick, complete cure, all annoying Kid' ing into one npnrtnrent, which hn.s here- ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1. tofore been connected only by a nar- Druggist. row, dark The old steamer, the New Era, and the hook and ladder truck have been placed together on the eat side so that either can run out nt a Office second's notice, while the new engine and ON ST. CLAIR STREET. both the lioe carriages are placed on the Office Hours 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to 1 P. M., 7 to 8 west side in readine-- s for use. The whole P. M. cctll-- I in interior of the building is to receive a'nevv DISSOHTIBIJFJUTiaSIIP. coat of paint, when everything will be as neat as a new pin. The firm of K. h. Meughor A Urn. lias this day -y. et The grand opening last week was an immense success; and we hope, by fair dealing and low prices, to continue to meet the approbation of our " patrons. New invoice of MISSES' and CHILDRENS' 'CLOAKS and SACQUES. Elegant line of LADIES' SILK and FUR TRIMMED DOLMANS. In our Boys' and Childrens' Clothing Department we arc showing an immense assortment of J SEPARATE FANTa ,$i oo, $i 25, $1 50, $1 75 and upwards Boys' Pants at Childrens' Knee Pants $0 75, $1 00 to $ 1 50 All other Departments now complete. Everybody come to the people's Store, where all are treated alike. DR. JAMS ELY. HARRIS & HERR'ANN. Proprietors Arcade. in Catholic Building, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Editor Roundabout : Upon a recommodation of a council of the following named Elders: J. M. Lewis, Pastor of the First White Baptist Church of Fraukfort, Ky. ; J. B. Tharp, Prison Chaplain j James II. Pari', Pastor of the Pleasant Green Baptist Church of Lexington, Ky. ; Lugene Evans, Pastor of the Frst Independent Baptist Church of Lexington, Ky. ; Henry Samuel, of the Independent Baptist Church eol Frankfort, Ky. ; Deacon Thomas Uodnian, of the First White Baptist Church of Fraukfort, Ky., James M. Mason's case was taken up, and, after caieful examination of the whole matter, said James M. .Mason was vindicated and is now looked upon as an honorable minister of the Gospel of Christ. And said James M. Mason will preach at It o'clock, a. m., and at 7:30 o'clock, p. m , at the First Independent Baptist Church. Hear him night on the "Fulfilment coin-posed jr., retiring from the firm? E. assumed all the liabilities of the October lth, 1882. by mutual con? ent been dissolved, Dan. .Meagher, L. .Meagher has firm. Groceries, FISHING Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, G DAW MKAGHKR, Jit. E. L. .MEA0I1EH. indebted to the firm of E. L. Meagher & lirol will call and settlo their accounts, or they will bo placed in the hands of an officer for collection. Sir. Dan. Mcugher, jr., will romnin in the hoiue ns chief islcrk, and requests his old friends und patrons to c.ill nt the old stand whenever anything is wanted in thu lino of grocories, hardware-, tobacco, cigars, whiskies, &a. The undersigned will ftlll continue business at the fame etnnd, uhuiehe will bo j;l;d to tricot his friends and the patrons of the old firm. Those E.L. MEAdJIEIl. AM Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Supt m. 3-- FOREIGN FRUITS, &C, STREET, FRANKF01T, KY. 3 TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, octl-1-l- BARGAINS for groceries when you can go to WOULD respectfully invite the citiensof Frnnkfoit nncl virility to call nt flic old .stand of and examine J. R. Graham & Sons in Major Hall building, next door to the Don't grumble about hard times or high prices my large and complete .stock of fine furniture, uhich I am offering at IN GROCERIES. I FURNITURE. I also have on hand a lot of first class - Po&l-ofirc- It is a long distance 'or an old peison or a lady who resides in South Fiankiorl or Belle Point, to walk to the Po-- t Oilice to deposit a letter ami it would be a great convenience for them, and for every one else, lo have a box placed at some central point in both tho-places for the it co pi ion of letters, and it would be good exercise for one of our handsome post oilice cletks to ', w oiilu waiK over once a iiav mm get tnem. not the grocery of Mr. J. W. Johnson, in South Frankfort, and Judge Pence's oilice, in Belle Point, be good points for the of these receptacles ? What say you, Mr. Postmaster estub-lishme- of Prophesy." JAS. And buy 3 heenits, " VEHRTT &OW &XGU2U&B TOSt CASS2. WHICH Council. SOUTH FRANKFORT, Personal. Mr. Henry Goebber has gone on a vi.-i-t. to Kansas 2 packages best Arbuckle Coffee for 50 cents. SEWING- .MACHINES, I AM OFFERING AT COST, nt V Mr. Sam. Harris owns a shepherd dog that never fails to go to u fire. WI.jii the bell taps she cannot be held, but either runs to the fire or to the engine house, and goes leaping and barking in front of the irorec.-a- s they rush through the street. When the bell rang Sunday night she climbed over a seven foot close plank fence into the street, Mis- - Lena Stewart is visiting friends in 11 Owensboro. 0 " Leaf Lard 1.00 Mi-- Dudley, of Louisville, is visit- .7. Mis-- Mitea Duvall ing And all other kinds of Grocories in proportion, Mr Paul Uarrett, of St. Louis, is visiting also 2Cttiorif and Furnishing Goods. his parents in this city. Mr. J. Williams has been conJlcrndon Building, South Frankfort. fined to bed the past week. Oct. Miss Jennie C Benedict, of Louisville, is the guest ol Mis- - Mona Tate. Paymaster Cal. I. Lewi-- , U. S. N. is visiting his mother in this city. Mrs Sam. Winter, of St. Louis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Sliced, iu this city Gen. Green Clay Smith and wife have been isiting friends iu this city this week Mrs. II. J. Hwleund Mrs. W. II. HampREPAIRER AND ENGRAVER. ton left Tuesday to visit irieuds iu Louis. : Ku-se- ll lbs. Green Coffee for 25c, " JJrowji Sugar " $1.00 UNDERTAKING In all its branches May 20-i- a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. R. ROGERS. JAS. BSSBWSr As-isla- nt REMO VAX ! JEWELER,, PHILIP SELBERT, started to the engine house, stopped sudMr. Ben. V. Meek, jr., and wife, of Mildenly, threw up her bead, and turning ran waukee, Wisconsin, aie visiting his parents to where the fire was. Having loct.led it in this city. Huint Clulr hstruot, HViinhfort, Ky., she came back to meet the engine and ran Miss Lulu D. Sauford, of Augusla, Whoro ho keeps constantly on hand n full und with it to the cistern. She seems to enjoy Georgia, bus been visiting Mrs. W. S. complete stock of the excitement intensely. this week. WATCHES, CLOCKS, Mrs. Dr. Desha, of Lexington, was the Oh say, young ipen, if you want to take ,1, D. Pickett and wifj the your girl for a rideand can't on account of guest ol Prof. GOLD and the lameness of your horse, you should first of the week. procure sttjo'tlle of Kendal I'sSpa'vi n Cine at Miss Mannie Powell returned Wednesday which ho is rolling nt the lowest, cash prices, once, lumiiHiiing is ueiMK 101- man or uctist afternoon from an extended visit to relaSeendv. tives iu Missouri. flBfc fept. De-hon- ville. Has removed his establishment to the opposite side of Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITING AND TBOWSERING. COME A3KTD L13AVSS "STOXTB, OSKDSSB. 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the Sat- - SILVERWARE, latest styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned urday. Leave your packages at the store. 4k r - a0-3- sSk. CRUTCHER. Main STARKS, Street, Frankfort and Lexington. f 3 i MiiMmmu.uv.ujr The Will S. Hays is a diiUv. At Ken- Our Wei by and Pearl, the great King and dance men, are with the New Orleans Min- thill's. strels. FRANKFORT, OCTOUHlt It, 1832. If you want a nice set of teeth now is n The gas mains will be laid across the good tine. Dr. Buckley is in the city. He bridge next week, and the week after we tnny has had .'JO years experience in his expect lo sec the street lamps on the South EH Side supplied with gas. TO TRAVELERS. Wedding suits cut and made prompt! at 5o ' Commencing Monday, May is. the following ime The examining trial of Adam Kahr, jr., Berberioh's. tabic will lie in effect on the I,. & N. R. K. for this chareed with being an ncees-or- y to the o point. Read Marshall iV Meagher's new music S3 murder of Jerry Lee. was concluded Tuesduy TKMN8 NORTH. catalogue of 10 cunt music folded in tlii Leave Leave Arrive at afternoon, and resulted in. the accused being 1' ran fort. Lexington, Louisville. held over to the Circuit Com t in the sum of issue. No. t3 . 10:27 A. 11. Il'.37 A. M. 7:00 A. t, . No. 20 . 6:50 r. m. one thousand dollars, which he sjnve and 5:47 ' 3:10 I'. M. A large line of ladies and misses cotton CO ::so r. M. No. 21 . 5:00 r. m. 9:30 p. M No. 2( . 6:301'. M. irr, at Frankfortgs V. M, was released from jail. and woolen hose at W. T. Kunvan'a. r F1UNKF0IIT UOUNDAUOUT. Bargains Comprise a line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. ujnsfjpurai ii BrnBitHiji profe--sio- O 5 to ' StmS rm C o sJoibJm W r I U TltAISH No. 17 . . . 8:tj A. M. to!55 A. , No. 13 leaves Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. Luii.qioo A. M. No. 19 . . . a. m. tz:ot p. M. 8:25 a. m. 9:30 No. 21 . . . 6:13 v. M. 2:00 p. m. 3:15 r. .M. Train No. 23 makes connection for Cinciuna i, arriving there nt 12:14, p. in. No, 2J m k s connection from Cincintiali, leaving there at 3:15, p. m., arriv ing at Frankfort at 8:15, p. 111. K. P. IIRYAN. Akciu. Leave Lexi fiton. 7:00 a. m. SOUTH. L avo Frank ort. Arrive at Louisville. William Bush, the well known colored porter at Messrs. W. A. Gaines A; Co.'s ollice, lost his position at that establishment a week or two since, and the first ol the week was discovered to bo deiauged. Ii is not known whether grieving over being it or not. discharged cau-e- d In attempting to get aboard HousH 101: Hunt. A cottage of five rooms, in good repair, located on Steele Apply at thin street, South Frauklort. office. Foa office. Sam: A piano. Apply nt this of the 8:15 The crop of wviMiiijzs is tinuinnlly large train at the depot Wednesday morning while it was in motion, Gen. J. P. Nuckols, this fall. . t his footing and slipped under the car, New Orleans MintiolH nt Major Opera but fortunntely retained his hold upon the Hoiicc hand railing and was dragged some little distance until the train was stopped and he There were three additions to the Chris-- t was relieved from his per'lous situation. tan Church Sundiiy morning. lo-t. For pike. S.U.K. A residence on the Versailles Apply nt this ollice. The cheapest place in the city to buy China, Fancy Goods, Notions, Wooden-warBaskets, Chairs Ohromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and O Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Cartridges, Stationery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, articles too numero alsotomiscellaneous addition to the above ous mention. In -l o we keep af our stand in front of our store Tin-war- e, e, C- TOR o 53 -3 Berberich can get upas neat a suit of wedding clothes as any man in the couutiy. Rear it in mind, vou tiiairving men. Fott o FRUITS and VEGTABLES, OYSTERS - AKD FISH. h-- Runt. A stable, Apply to C. Shu- hiuski. WE ALSO HAVE A HXCE STOCK OF Found. A MiinlJ froltl tlrii jrnitt which the owner etui have hy calling at this ollice. penrf pin Vote for Frankfort atnl the ninn that ami helped her keep t lie Capitol tlon't von forget it. to-du- of the now The taking up ami water mains has been completed and the water turned into them. liin Henry Col. D. Howard .Smith hast-olcounty farm to Mr. James WiUon for sevenHe will probably ty dollars per acre. return to this citv to reside. Mr. Herman Muller, who lias for several Celmouths been connected with the Bureau toof Immigration in thNuity, sat down in the window of his 100111 at the Buhr Hotel, Tuesday night, dropped to sleep and about Wecall theatteiitiou ol our lady customers eleven o'clock lost hi-- ' balance and fell out to a new Shoe Polish of superior quality ju-- i of the window u m the pavement below, a received. MA RSH A LI, ic MEAG HER. distance ol abmii lifteeu feet, and received For Rkxt Three front rooms, located injuries from which he died at six o'clock Wednesday moining. lie was a German on Lewis street. Apply to Mrs. Humphrey by biith, but has been a resident of this Evans. country for a number of years, It wii3 hi Its a "Daisy," the Long Branch intention, as expre.-se-d to some of his GorMcCIuro's. men friends, to return to Germany about Hat the first of this month. Housi: For Ri;nt Apply to C. Shn- - Fish, Oysters and day. ery at J. M. Santa's FRENCH CANDIES. o & CO 3 Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, - O'BRYAPi & BATA. f o GO I We Strive to Hake Each Customer a Permanent One. at jsroTiCJiC. s J-- t- A farm of good bottom land, containing 12 I Hero is a comlort.itilu trame tlvllin ot six are seldom if ever lighted, why cannot they rooms, barn, and all necessary out acres, ucll improved, with good orchard and out Twelve ladies, who united with the Baptibt be removed and set up over mere where hou-buil lings upon the premises. ForlurtUer located within a half milo ot tho Owen-toaddress pike, on Main Elkhorn, and within tho satno Church during the recent meeting, were they will do a vast deal of good instead ol WM. SCOFIELD, E'u, distance of two churches mill and school house, baptined on Sunday night and eleven of the being left unused? is offered for sale at a bargain. Uriilj port, Ky. .cjit2H.4'. Either give South gentleman on Wednesday night. For information apply to H. 0. GETJE0H. Frankfort more gas lamps or set the oil BUILDING SALE. on adjoining farm. lamps closer together. Cashmeres at rock bottom prices Aug. Mr. Pat Newman has pure linked of Col. Eight building loti, well located in South at Uriiiin Bros. H. I. M. Mi.jor the business house on BroadFrankf rt. within two Mjuires of the bridge, are The celebrated tragedian, Thomas W. oll'erid for sulo on ny terms, ana lo.v tlgurcs. Two Sale. way at present occupied by Mr. Adam Kahr Kceue, will appear at Major Opera Hoii'-L.irge lot of elegant oil paintings at Inquire at this ii)iee. hundred on Tuesday evening next, the 17th, as Whitesides k McEwau's. as a barrooiu, for twenty-eigI wish to sell my farm, containing 2fi0 ncrrs of dollars cash. Richard the Third. He will be ably supland, 5 miles west ol Frankfort, on l C. A I, Flannels extra cheap at Griffin Railroad, in view of Benson Depot. It has .1 Twelve of the convicts who confessed ported by a first class company, at.d the enlin s'oiy fntine dwelling, with live rooms, two tertainment will be worth attending. The Bros. under Bro. Barnes were baptised in the pen SR DEGIRS SEPT. 4. 'DZ. ha'ls, porch, kitchen, clo?cts, Ac; a number one TWELFTH 8GHD0L well in 14 feet of family room; two lasting itcutiary Sunday, mjvl"-- being immersed and Boston Herald savs of his appearance in cndl ess va HANDKERCHIEFS in All youth of good iiniiner'' and morsiN lri spring-- in 70 yards of the house; servant's house, that city: cordially welcomed as pupils, but wo especially meat house, spring and whint house, a lariro ltev. .1. 15 Thurp and Uev. five sprinkled, rietv at Gritlin Uro.s.' desire, aich us appreciate a Mr. Thomas W. Keene's advent as a crib and stable, cow house, and a tobacco barn Dr. Morris Evans otiiciated. "star" va- - warmly welcomed last evening II fi.ot square, 8 teer deep ; two tenement house, Go anil seo tho iJninch lhii I11GHI3U KDUCATIOX, all in good rrpnir. Thislarm can bo divided, and By reference to our advertising columns it by an audience which lairlv filled the or- ttt md imu be induced to make eirnest and sustain- I ill sell 10U acres or tho whole very low. Also ii. K. 3IcUluiv.& lii'o's. chestral crowded the balcony, ami literally ed eil'orn to obtain if. will be seen that Dr. J,nnes Kly, having packed mother farm of 05 acre", with now framo house, the gallery of the Park Theatre. We to valiu than we hulls, and kitchen and Caslimoms ait rock bottom prices and instrive waygive moreth; community, receive, 4 room", a'2 bargain. Come and a largo barn. located in this city, tendeis his professional lor his debut the play of Rich-ai'thN leave and, if I offer see. III, in which some two years ago, lie iittirilHii Kros. services to our citizens. He is possible, each pntrou indebted to us. physician l 11. PATTIE, Tho .Music and Art departments will continue auglO.llin Deiison Dopot. of long experience, and comen highly recom- gained such miccc-- s at another theatre in charge of Miss M.Thcreu Steven-"Specialp His conception of the part of his former home in Madison, mended tiom ties : painting on China, Satin, parently ha1 not been changed in any ma VPLAxNlS Indiana.' His office is next duor to that of lerial point since he first presented it' here. Gro- .vc. full corps of tmchef engigod. For CircuA He follows the stage traditions quite Mr. George B. Macklin. lars, .'0., iipplv to either of the uu employing Col ley fibber's 'acting version" . O. STEVENS I'lti'niml. '. c .1 . V . C it I Xr II K It I'm ii it 'i luri. At a meeting of the congiegatiou of the of the play, with all its inteipulatioiis Nice liuo of hosiery at Griftln and "improvement:)"; yet his impersonation Pte&byterian Church held Sunday morning, Having recently added to his Establishment is r.ot without a certain degree ol originality . Bros. ltev. J. W. Pugh, who has had charge of He makes of schemer whouVlighis First-ClaPlaning Mill, Largest and cliuapust liuo of the Church for the past five years, tendered in villany lecuu-- e it is illin.y, rather than histesignution aspa.-to- r, which wasacrepud a man overpowered ami driven by a resisile.-- s Jeans in tho city isattirilliu jJros.' Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of congregation resolved to unite with ambition, who hesitates at no ' crime so he and the '"' attains his ends Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' him in requesting Ehinczer Pieshytery, Theie is an earnestness and Blinds, ash, Molding magnetism which met at Flemiiigsbiirg Wednesday, to about tl'ie man which plead utrongly hi Flannels extra chran at Grillln favor, ami we shall ho glad to see him in ALSO dissolve the pastoral relation. some more sympathetic part than Gloster. Hros. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL RfiMEDY ever Scroll Work. Stair Work & Turning Mr. Keene, as we hnve'snid. was cordialilicoereJ, a1, ic certain iw ctlect and d es not Quite nn interesting nianiage will take Have you hcimi tho-- u line oil paintings at blister. UK.U i'KUUt 1SLI.OW. Alo cxtellcnt ly welcomed last night, ami throughout tiie for human llcdi. place nt the Episcopal Church in this city performance was revvaided with Gotten out in tho Best Style. frequent Whitusiiles it JrcEwau's. FROM Thursday afternoon, the I'Jth inst., at 2 and hearty applause. Ho was several May 16 tf. o'clock. Mr. Campbell Can and Miss times recalled to the scene, ami on one ocThe finest line ol' ilanuels in tho COL. L. T. Maggie McKee, of this county, both deal casion (alter the lamiliur "OH" with his city at Gririin Hrf.s. Youwtstown. Ohio. .M.iv loth. lSSo CROMWELL, head!") was summoned before the curtain Dr. 11. I. Co.. Oenf: I had a e vui. mutes, will be the contracting parlies and live times. In response tocall.- - font speech, valuablIc li.onbli.toui.Mi clt that prized ery liiuhly. JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON he had a l.iije bone spavin on one joint niul a null Attorney-at-Lawthe ceremony will be pcrfoiiued in the sign he briefly protested that it would boon' of one on the other which made him very Uinc; I had vfiy fhwij) at t ritliti Bros..' language, by the Rev. Mr. Eddy, of the character in the middle of the play, and him umlcr the cliamc ot tuo veterinary biirKeoii AXD who failed tc cure him. was one day reading the simply said : "Two years ago you started Deaf and Dumb Institution, Danville. advertisement of Kendall' Sp.mn Cure in the Chi the ball rolling, and it is rolling now." capo Kire4. I determined at once to try it and U"t our driicls hero to send for it, they ordered Will practice In tho courts of Dryden will sell reserved seats ns usual. Mr. John Darnell and Miss MnuiUvCoolc, Franklin and the three bottle ; tool; them alt and thought uoull Used it according to di adjoining counties, and will also givo special Hive them a thorough trial, of Mr. John Cook, of the Crow daughter rectiotib and the fourth day the colt ce.ied to be attention to tho purchase and lalo of real estate, "Rough on Rats." l.i mc and the lumps liave disa:peared, neighborhood were married at the tesidence ued but collection of runts, claims, and tho negotiation one bottle and the cult's limbs aie as free from lumps of loans. Ollico opposite Court House. olioap at Orillin liros.' Clears out nits, mice, nmnlice, llics, nnt.-- , of Mr. Cook, on Thursday evening last. and as smooth as any horse in the state. He is entire!) Juno lii'iMitiKs, skunks, uliipinunkH, ohIkth. cured. The cure was so remarkable, that let two ol Rev. Dr. . M. Lewis was the officiating 2."ic. Fou Sam:. Di'sirable riiik'tmu on Hohnca my neighbors have the mnaimuc; two bottles, who l)rugislu. now uinj;it. Very Kusi'ccthillv. minister. Quite a number of the friends of street. For information apply to Mrs. C are i.. t. l'os'ruu. the contracting parties were present to witA. Prentiss, 011 the premises. ness the coiisuniatioii of this long looked for Send illustrated circular union, and to wish them a long and pros- to In Woodford county, on Sutiirday, Octohor 7th, The finest liuo oi'llanuols hi the Price St.for All druijiiist.s have itcivi g positiveforproof. ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND or an set it you. Capt. Jacob Swlyert and wife, a sou Staii- forsHlc at Lowest Prices by Dr. II. J. Kendall & Co., l'r tors, Unosburgh perous voynge on the sea of matrimony, L1NC1. " city at Oriitin Hro.s. ' fall., Vt. G. B. MACKLIN. This is the day on which the Democratic Under the arrangement, us we understand voters of Frankfort should remember the it, netween the city and the Gas' Company, Hon W. C. OvvetiB and give him their votes only fifteen lamp posts are to be erected on for the nomination lor Congress. the South Side to till out the one hundred posts to bo supplied by the Company in A long talked of wedding will take plrce payment of the interest on their bonds. As Wednesday next. This city will furui.sh South Frunkfoit is rapidly increasing in the groom and n neighboring county the population, and her people cannot be left to bride. grope in darkness always, would it not bo a The Masonic Grand Lodge and Grand good idea to remove some of those from Chapter will meet in Louisville on Tuesday, this side and put them up over there. There the former at 10 o'clock in the morning and are five posts on St. Clair street, between Main and Wnpping, two ol wl ich at least the latter at 73 o'clock tit night. binski. Two rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. II. II. McKee. For Hunt A room on the second floor. Apply to I. Davis. WTRItN'OOV Tlll?l!.sIlAV f(r U 44 A4t U4 at the Kentucky I - $13 00 I T...l.,!n., .. M1.,.!l'XVWUUU UUUlUUli' UUJilUCl .l. U t.M,.; I II I ' Vfi J. t lJWU.aiiV a'lllI'lVU 15 00 Frid.iy Olear Dressed Weather-boardinChiMromviii hercatter take pi.ice uftormoii from 2 to 4 o'clock 1'. M. ino llistl- - Hpnntifl Rnto -.911 fin ...VU FlnnrinnUU JJ VfN..l V.AUU, tution is (iicn for v i jitor at niiy time when uiu.-- t - - - 25 00 first Sate Flooring convenient for them to .ittcml. - - Laths 2 00 J0IIX Q. A. STKWAlt'f, Superintedent. The prices nro for lumber loaded on cars in Oct. T" ITSI'AT. ffleap Lumber 4 I g !! 11 .... tf. Nice lino of hosiery at Griffin Bros. PJJBU0 SALE OF LAND. HUGHES & DTJNIGAN. Od A exrctitor of tho l.ito J.itno 15. I'.obcrts, I Not only Long Branch, but also a full will, on tholOTH 01' OCTOHKH, 1SM. ,ell thelfl-- . J.l.' stock ol other new style hats at Marshall it termupon which h rwtde.J.cont.ilnliiB ulKmt rranglln Jim .icrcs, and locitul upon ;lit- F.iruitlnlc and Meagher's. Uridgipo-- t pike, two miled from llrldgeport, - o fla.I,, LjflUIlLV MWMiHIJ PaBU. AUiitl fla 41J HAtk Clft S ! The freshest and greatest variety of fruit in the city is to be found at J. M. Santa's. ice-h"i- io int'or-matio- n e, n LGFOR 20-:i- ( Farms For ht . i mi; d d 11 (ilo.-tera- Staple and Fancy ceries. Go to J. M. Santa's for . Voice-trainin- iE T MILlT clo-el- y, I '.I J. M.WAKEFIELD ss Cilo-ie- nt tes, 111 h:& . 11 111 POSTER. 1 Kl-M- i iS: WM. , fair dealing. Go to J. M. Santa's for I Heal iEstaxo Agent, ly. 1 1 I 1 I Ullt'fUH. Kendall's Spavin Cure. COAL! COAL! H WMMalimNtlMEmnLl! FRANKFORT BORNDABOUT. A PROFESSIONAL CONFESSION. hoe Tho Unusual pain tlmn formerly. I was so rejoiced Lmlies'R.iul misses cotton ami woolen in great V.irjety sit W. T. Riinvnn'a. - Experience of Prominent Man Made Public. r, a The following ni tide from the Deino.'rat 'OiillWul sco tiie Aiitophnue, a new tnUioal Roche-leN. Y., is. of so iHBiimncnt, lor wk nt Mnjslisill iV Mengh' and Chronicle, of striking a nature, and emanate from so reer's. liable a source, that it is herewith re pubIn addition to the valuable lished entire Since the enlargement ot tlic lUU'NDA-iio- i;t matter it contain', it will be found exceed, e it pivents quite a appear-unci1. ingly interesting. ntnl is fuller tlinu ever ol local news, To the Editor of the Democrat ami Chronicle : Yt'omun. Si ii : My motive for the publication of Wc looks towauta you, tieiglihor, ami the most iiuiinal statements which lollow 8inilo-are, first, grititude for the fact that I have been saved fiom a mo-- t horrible death, and secondly, a desiic to warn all who read this A Warning. statement against some of the most decep live influences bv u'hich they have ever been lias issued iirrounded Tlie Insurance Coinmn-iioneIt is a fact that today thouthe following circular, which explains sands of people are within a fiot of the grave and they do not know it. To tell how itself: I was eannht away Irom just this position To whom it ma concern l am) to warn other- - against Hearing it, are The rapid pread of pclMilative insurance my objects in t i - communication uinler the Uirlilay Matrimonial ami On the first day of June. 1SS1, I lay at Endowment Insurance, on the mutual or co- tnv residence in this cilv surrounded bv in v operative plan, and the Impicm appearance friends nnd waiting for tnv death. Heaven of such organizations, only Knows tne agony i tnen enuureii. tor ol the adverii-euienol oilier State-i- n tiew8upeia ol this State, woids can never desciibe it. And yet. if a itiiltice- me, as the Coniinisioncr few years previous, any one bad told me of Kentucky, to lliui publicly warn all per- th it I win. to be brought low, and by so son nguint acting auenti of the-- e fiatidu turible a I should bine scoffed nt It lit and illegal concern, in thi- - Stale, under the idea I had alvus been niicointnonh the penalty iinpned by the iuumnuce laws strong and healthy, had weighed over 1G0 ol line ami imprisonment, if not paid, on pounds nnd hardly knew, in my own experconviction by a court ol competent Very ience, what pain or ie.kne-- s were. in thU Commonwealth. many people who will read this statement L C. NORMAN, realize at times that they are unusually Insu nines Commissioner. lind and cannot account for it. They feel dull and iudelinite pains in various pans of Frankfort, Ky , October llth, 1SS2. it. Or the body and do not under-tan- d they are exceedingly hungry one day and Officers of November Election. entirely without appetite the next. This rt the the way Ia. ISichntiNnn and W. malady which had felt when itself relentless upon me French, judge; Richard Morris clerk ; V. flrl began. Still I thought it was nothiim; Hujlie hherilt. had taken a cold which Maiketdioiir-Jerome Weitzel ami Sam that probably would p.i-- s away. Shoiily after this I jmL-e- ; T. .1. llutchi'n, clerk; .1. T. South, noticed a dull, and at times a neitialgic, Iloeker-mith- , clierid' e Hefl'- p.iin in my head, but as it would come one Nat McDaniel aniiJa". GaHou-be gone the next, 1 paid but little tier, jiiilm : .1 N. Crutcher, clerk; .1. T. dav and attention to it. However, my stomach was Deiikins, Forks Elkhorn II. M. Bedford and M. out of order and my food often lulled to E. Lucas judges; llenrv Greenup, clerk; dige-- t,I causing at times great inconvenience. Yet hnd no idea, even as a physician, that U V. Suter. sheriir 1'oakV Mill .J. C. Jaekson and J. C these things meant anything erious or that llocken-iniljudges S N.Iloies, clerk; a monstrous disease Iwas becoming fixed thought I was sufupon me. Candidly, C. B. Havden, sheii!)'. fering from malaria and so doctored myself Bald Knob Lloyd llackett and fi. V. Ilanod, judge-- ; Lew Wentworth, clerk; 0 accordingly. But I got no better. I next noticed a peculiar color and odor about the B. roUgrove, sherifi. Benson .1. I. F. Stigers and P. R fluids I wns passing also that there were Panic, judges Ezra Allison, clerk; J, C. large quantities one day and very little the next, and that peisistent froth and scum Thatp, Mieiifl. Bridgeport F. M. Seofield and J W. appeared upon the surface, and sediment Ami Jackson, judge-- ; Chu. Parient, clerk; It, D. settled in the bottom. indeed, yet I did not seeing these realize my danger, for, slieiil?. Ainifctrong, Cellar Hun B. M. Hawkins anil Tlios. symptoms continually, I finally became acFarmer, judges M. D. Averill, clerk; Daniel customed to them, and my suspicion was wholly disarmed by the fact that 1 had no Piine, (sheriff. Hlnomingion Wm. Jones and J. Scott pain in the affected organs or in their viciniHawkins, judges; J. C. Bute-- , clerk; Cyrus ty. Why I should base been so blind I cannot understand. Caheit, sherifl". There is n terrible future for all physical neglect, and impending danger always Resolutions of Respect. brings a person to his sense- -, even though it may then be too late. I realized, nt least, At a regular meetitiL' of Capital Lodire. my critical condition nnd aroused myself to No 0,1. 0. O. F., on September 2.1. 1882 oveicome it. And, Oh how hard I tried! The Noble Grand appointed Past Grands J. I consulted the best medical skill in the . Williams, Tlios. J. Hutchison and W. land. I isited all the prominent mineral springs in America nnd traveled from Maine S. Dehoney a committee to draft lesolution1-oto California. Still 1 grew worse. No two td to the death of Bio. Jerry Lee. regit The Committee ofl'eied the following, physicians agreed as to my malady. One aid I was troubled with spinal irritation; which were udopted: another, nervous prostiation; another, 'Jo tin--' y. G., Officers and Brothers : another, dyspepsia; another, heart Your Coinmitle of condolence in reference to the death of Bro. Lee, beg leave to repoit disease; another, general debility; another, congestion ot the base of the brain; and ns (oIIowp: Whi:ueas, About fifteen years ago Bro. so on through a long list of common Jery Lee came to Fiankfort and formed diseases, symptoms of all of which I really many acquaintances and friends and on hid. In this way several years parsed Hnrcli 3d, 18G9, lie was initiated into Capital during all of which time I was steadily Lodge, mid of which he was a member up growing worse. My condition had lealfy at to the time of his death, September 10, 1S82, Income pitiable. The slight symptoms fust experienced were developed into terri'and Wiikkkas, In lliedispcnsationof HisPiovi-deuc- ble and constant disorders the little twigs it has pleased our Creator to remove of pain had grow n to oaks of agony. My Had been leduced from 207 to Jot) from our nud-- t our much and weight pounds. My life was a torture to myself sorely regretted Brother, Past Grand Jerry and Iricuds. I could retain no food upon Lee; therefore Ile&olved, That while we humbly bow to my stomach, and lived wholly by injections. I was a living mass of pain. My pulse was the decree of Him whogivetli and Him who iincontiollnble. hi my agony 1 ireqiientlv taketh away, we feel moit sensibly that in the death of Bro. Jerry Lee we have lo- -t fell upon the floor, convulsively clutched an tililu ami impartial officer a tried and the caipet, and prayed for death. Mortrue friend, a kind ami hospitable neigh boi phine had little or no effect in deadening the pain. For six days and nights had the aid companion. Iiesolved, That the community in which death premonitory hiccoughs constantly. My urine was filled with tube capts and he lived has loot a public utlicer, honorable albumen. 1 whs struggling with Blight's c t and dignified in his dealing, and in his counsels, and devoted to the pub. Disease of the Kidneys in its last stages. While suffering thus I received ii call lie weal. Resolved, That in testimony of our regard from my pastor, Kev. Dr. Foote, rector of for the lamented deceased, we wear the St. Paul's Church, of this city. I felt that it was our last interview, hut in the course badge of mourning for four weeks. of conversation he mentioned a remedy of Resolved, That we tender to the family ol Bro. Jerry Lee, who have lost a warm and which had heard much hut hud never used, Dr. attached husband, a kind and indulgent remarkable Foote detailed to me the many cures .vhich had come under father, and a sincerely devoted friend, our his observation, by means of this remedy, heartfelt sympathy, in this, their greatest and urged me to try it. As a practicing grief. Resolved, That the Frankfort Yeoman and physician and a graduate of the schools, I RotiNiMiiouT he lequested lo publish these cheiished the prejudice both natural and resolutions, that they be spread upon the common with all regular practitioners, and rconrtlt Ctt till' Lndirn nml tlml n nnnv llittri.nl derided the idea of any medicine outside the the beneficial. te officially communicated to the family of regular channels being was least Foote, So solicitous, however, Dr. that tne deceased uroiiier. I finally promised I would waive mv ore.. All of which is respectfully submitted in judice and try the remedy he so highly F. L. and T. recummeuueu, i iicgnu us use on tne 1st Rl'SSCI.I, WlM.IAMS, J. day of June and took it accoiding to direc TjIOS. J. HUTCHISON, tions. At first it sickened me; but this I W. S. Dkhonkv, thought was a good sign for me in my deCommittee. bilitated condition. I continued to take it: the sickening sensation departed and I was Skinny Men. able to retain food upon my stomach. In a "Wells' Health llenewer" restores health few days 1 notice a decided chance for the and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, better as also did my wife and ft lends. My fcexal debility. $1. hiccoughs ceased and I experienced less luttul-otii. r --uiii-uol ts -o di-ia- -e, juri-nlic-tio- u Court-hous- e wa-jn- 1 1 - -- h. this improved condition that, upon what I nmi believed but u few days before was my dying bed, I vowed, in the piescnce of my family nnd friends, should I recover I would both publicly and privately make known this remedy for the gooij of humanity, wherever and whenever I had un oppoituni-ty- . I also determined that I would give it cour-- e of lectures in the Corinthian Academy of Music ol this citv, stating tu lull the symptoms and almot hopelessness of my disease and the lemarkable means by which I have been saved. My improvement was constant from that time and in Ies than three months I had gained 2t pounds in llesh, became entirely free from pain and I believe I owe my life nnd present condition wholly lo Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, the remedy which I mud. Since my recovery I have thoroughly the subject of kidney dilliculties and Blight's disease, and the truths develI therefore state, oped are astounding. deliberately, and us a physician, that I believe that more than lf the deaths which occur in America are caused by Bright's the kidney. This may sound like a rash statement, but I am to lully verify it. Bright's disease has no distinctive symptoms of its own (indeed, it often develops without any pain whatever in the kidneys or their vicinity), but has the symptoms of nearly every other known complaint Hundreds of people die daily, whose burials are authorized by a physician's certiticite of "Heart Disease," "Apoplexy," "Paralysis," "Spinal Com plaint," '"liheutnatisni," "Pneirtnonia." and other common complaints, when in reality it was Blight's the Kidneys. Few physicians, and fewer people, realize the extent of this disease or its dangerous and insidious nuttiic. It steals into the systems like a thief, manifests its presence by the commonest symptoms, and Instens itself upon the constitution before the victim is aware. It is nearly as heiedi-tar- y as consumption, quite as common ami fully ns fatal. Entile families, inheriting it Irom their ancestors, have died, and yet none of the number knew or realized the mysteiious power which was removing them. Instead of common symptoms it often shows none whatever, but brings death suddenly, and as such is usually supposed to be heart disease. As one who bus sullered, and knows by bitter expeiience what he say, 1 imploie every one who reads these wonl-- not to neglect the slightest symptoms of Kidney diflictiltv. Certain agony and possible death will be the sure result of such neglect; and no one can u fiord to hazard such chances. I am aware that such an unqualified statement as this, coming from me, known as I am throughout the entire land as a practitioner nnd lecturer, will mouse the surprise and animosity of the medical profession and nstoui-- h all with whom I am acquainted, but I make the foregoing statements based upon facts which I am prepared to produce and tttiths which I can substantiate to the letter. The welfare of those who may be sull'ereis such u was is ample inducement for me to take the step I have, and if I can successfully warn others from the dangerou- - path in which I once walked, I am willing to endure all professional and pcisonnl consequences. one-hnpre-pue- at Capital Gallery fieiuiliir Ciiiciimnti, Louisville and Madison Packet, No. 139 Main Strcot, ovor Crutcher A. Starks' "WHITE HALL" Clothing Hoiifo, The U. S. Mall Lino Company's elegant senger steamer pas- F IE?, .A. IfcT IE FO 3. T, IE "ST . CITY of FRANKFORT they cnti Oct.20-t- f. S1UXHAL INDUOEMKNTS ARE OFFEKHD In the wny of tine pictures of nil Mvlcn nnd descriptions. Why will tho people ot Frankfort send to the oity for work nt liouio? vvliun W. S. DEHONE DEALER IN SAl'LE AND TANCY T DRY GOODS, UIIUUl Will arrive at Frankfort on Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturday. Leaves Frankfort on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday of eneh neok. Freights received for nil points on thu Kentucky and Ohio rivers. SAM. 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Coidie Smith is visiting friends and relatives near Frankfort, where she will rnmnin several days W. L. Webber has erected the most tobacco barn in this part of the county. It is GO by 30 feet. Mr. J. It. Fears is teaching our district school, which is under full headway, with from 30 to 1.1 in daily attendance. Bro. Smith, horn Benson, will preach nt on Stoney Creek, on the the School-hous- e third Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Come one, come nil. Our friend Poley Smith, from Belle Point, Mr. Smith is a was with us on .Sunday. nice gentleman, and we are always glad to see him. Come again soon, Mr. Smith. Our singing school, which is under the efficient management of Prof. Wiley, was largely attended on last Sunday evening bv pri'tlyyoung belles from nil parts of the RODGER county. BEST IN THE WHOLE WORLD, Messrs. Job Smith, jr., nnd Henry Moore nre erecting n steam grist mill on this creek, near Henry Brawner's, which is very much needed in this neighborhood. 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