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JWt' WiHTJlUffiBOT Iiih Mods I.con FliirrHluu ilid nut Tliur-ln- y refilling, on nifrlit, at the Opera Hoiiic 11 nihcrti'jeil. The audience failetl to appear. Cause too lilirli 11 pi ice for seals. eat3RV2V.-f- BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! u l() ie I Goes the prreat gun of the fall season of 1882, and already is heard the war whoop of the enemy, as I DAVIS returns from the East with a stock bought for Bald Knob. Bently you must come n'nin. nenrly ripe. Another ucildin The fanners nre lmsy wheat in tliis ueililiorliood. Mrs. Nancy Clnilc. wife of W. R. Olnrlc. is no he tier, and we think never will be. Mesx-rh-. Stile Young nnd George Hoover had their tobacco injured by cro.vding it in the home. Mr Fcnrv Herrel wsnts the editor of the Roi'NDWiolt to find him a wile. Look out, Mr Editor. Charley Hardin was around this week nettlinfr up the bunhiess for Mnrr, Owen A: Co. Come again Ohark-vX. Y. Z, . There were eleven persons baptized at the Forks of Elkhorn on Sunday afternoon. They had united with the Providence Baptist Church, in a meeting conducted by Rev. Dr. Skill man, of Georgetown, and Rev. T. J. Stevenson, of this place. The meeting still continues with increased interest. It's strange how many of the hoys had urgent business elsewhere this week. Wonder if Judge Major's court had anything to do with it? SEW DEPARTURE JuLj'tu and at prices that will asbonioh you. SPOT CASH I lie But oilers no fabulous Impossibilities Means What he Advertises. His immonse STOCK is all ready for the purchaser, and respectfully Stoney Creek Wholesale and retail dealers in wht-at- invites your inspection, whethor you buy or not. Remember the place, I. DAVIS. St. Clair Street, Murray Building, Sept. 30.3m. FRANKFORT. KY. SAMUEL AYEES, FORMERLY OK DANVILLE, Kl'.NTUCKY., WATOU ?1AHKU, Successor to D. F Meek, Mnin Street, Fritik-for- t, Ky., cor.tinu-- s tlio watch impairing buitic nt the "old stand. IJv nniuiptness iiii'l c ireful work ho hopes to merit tlio fititrotingu nT those who desire to have their watches repaired without iliimn;o being loiii thuiu. Surveyors' c n paired nnd other instruments requiring delicate arid accurate adjustment. iin-ja'- But little wheat has been sown as yet. This week has added another to the fine . weather for curing tobacco and owiug Still the favorable prospects for tobacco do not operate to keep down the price of that article. The primary election pacd off quietly nt Bald Knolt, Sntiirdav, giving Hon. . C. S. Blackburn 21 majority. There was a Arc nov receiving small vote polled. Bro. J. K. P. South preached a very sell as low as any Bridgeport. interesting and impressive sermon nt Ami oeh, Sunday, to very attentive audience. The patent medicine man was in the Bro. South is an excellent pi earlier, and we village this week. are always glad when an opportunity prefor us to hear him expound the Mr. J V. Hranch visited Ids brother in sents invstcries of the scriptures. Ikdford reeenllv. STAPLE Sc FANCY GrEOCEMES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, their fall stock of goods, which they propose to house in the city. All goods warranted first-clas- s. 11 BEST BRAJSTDS OF handled in their season. outfits. lf In retiring from business in Frnnkfort I take pleasure in expressing tny entire confidence in Air. S. Ayros. and from iny Ions; acquaintance with liim us a workman, do not hesitate to commend Illinois every way capable of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. 11. F. MEEK. Sopt. 30-t- f k The Best Soda Water In the City is at M Joe LeCompte's DBTO STORE. TRY ALABASTINE! It is the best thing in use for ceilings anil walls. For salff at JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. mar f. W.T HllNYI N W LJkJL.1l Staple and Fancy Notions, &c, ST. CLAIR STREET, Frankfort, Ky. FRUIT TREES. As- protracting a series of meetings nl the Stoney Cieek school-hous- e this week, with two Otho Wheal and wife, and little Dick addition" up to this time. The hou-- e in Pat rent, relatives in Shelby county thronged with attentive listeners ex cry Ititt week. night, to hear the Word of God expounded'. preaches good sermons, and we Wilton, and his Mr. J. S. Ernest, Bro. Smithxvill hope he accomplish a great deal of have letitrued liom a dip to Johnstouville, gooil xvlule he continues to protract this AnJerrOii county. meeting. Tax lor Patient received" twenty five GerBro. Cobbage will preach nt man Caip this week, which he has deposited Antioch, the 4th Saturday night in this in a htiitablc place lor propagation. month, and Bro. Ed. Roberts the same night W. Knherts, of Cliiistiansbnrg, xxas at the schooMintiae on Stoney Cieek. the giieJt of his mother last Sunday and Frof. C. L. Wilex's singing school term Monday. Also Mr. .J. It. IJobeits, ol Owen xvill expire on Sunday, very much to the county. rejret of his scholars, as he is an excellent Mr. F. M. Scoiield, Mrs. Rebecca music teacher. . Crockett, Mi?. Ann and J. Mr. Charley Draw tier, who has been sick lenkins have each xcry niiieli' improved their residences by repairs, additional build- for some time, is convalescent. ings, Arc. Died. Near here, on the inst., after a lingering illness of twenty-ondays, with typhoid fever, a son of Mr. Bandy Polsgrove, Benson. aged 17 years. Mr. Polsgrove has eight more children down xxith the same fever, Chills and sore eyes aie fashionable. that are not expected to live. The lamily Farmers me busy sowing wheat and mak- have many friends who weep with fliem iii ing sornhum. their bereavement-- . .Smith, pastor of Den-o- n Bio. Church, Messrs. Job Smith, jr., and Henry Mooie, preached an iutere-tin- g sermon Inst .Sunday. xvho are erecting a grist mill, on this creek, Subject '' John's Dapti-m.- " say they will be ready to grind bv Fridav, Whuxxill be our next School Commis- the 20th inst. Tk.vok. sioner is the now beinn asked lv tho-- e interested in the school- - of the county. Give us a good one or none Squiic Hamilton is requested, the next time he pas-e- s his jug mound, to have something in it, especially when a judge of a primary election is about. Mr. John W. Payne and wife, of Fiank-for- t. were visiting. relatives at this place last ST. CLAIR STREET, week. We were sorry tliev could not stav with us longer. Hope they will come BETWEEN again soon. MAIN and BROADWAY Theie is a curiositv in this neighborhood. It is called a "white huA'.urd." It is, howKeeps constantly on hand ever, larger, and has a different kind of cloths, doeskins, and the head, but is always seen with, and roosts nowost styles of fancy French with a flock of buzzards. What is it? oassituercs. He is prepared The packet Fox xxas launched a few days to uuiko them up on short ago. and is now lying at our landing. She notice, and gives perfect will inn hetwecu the north and south snores fitting garments, stylish and of Benson whenever there is water enough Inr her to pu'-- the shoals. For freight or comfortable pu age apply to Cnpt. Hold. Fo.. julyl.Ilm The primary election passed oil with very the vote being Owen, 3S; little Blackburn, 'J, a very small vote lor this precinct, a gieat many o the voters not DH.VLKK IN knowing theie was to be an election. So much for not taking their county papers. Hoi n October 17th, -- 1882, to Charlie Bro. Smith, from Benson, is Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. All other goods Jdikins and wife, a on, vi-il- ed Hunters' complete FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, Constantly on hand. (. Fine Sept. Breech-loadin- g Shot Guns a Specialty. SEE FOR YOURSELF. CALL 33m. A.NID llu-ecl- l, V e low ArriYing AND FOE SALE T quei-tio- n AT LOWEST PRICES BY R. K. MCCLURE & BRO., An Enormous Stock of HAHTQ JLtSL M T sl.v AJ'ArfVS' J! W u 4 BERBERIC 3ysro3iaa& Tailor For Fail and Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF s I w. j. oniNJsr, BOOKS. Williollattuo very lowest figures TATIONERY, FALL OF 1882. paragus Plants, and ever) thing found in a first-clanursery cstablii-hmotit- . Wo employ no ngents, but give our cuiiiuiU-sio- n direct to the planter. We refer to our old putrons. Our now catalogues will bo sent on application, II. P. HILLEN MEYER, Lexington, Ky. sop (I tf of Fruit, nnd Oriniucntnl A SUPERIOR stock Fruits, Grapevines Treeb, Small ss Amour. ALL KINDS OF COAL, Smoke the Will S. Hays at Kendall's. Advertised Letters. Fkankiokt, Kv., October 21, ISS2. Anderson, Maria(2), Alexander, Waireu, Bush, Albert, Ballon, Amiuuln, Betty, Layman, Bower, Fiank, Crawford, Rev. A. J., Clark, Win., Uendeison, Mattie L Gordon, II., llansley, Maty Jaiie,Kahn, Gcoige I'., Murphy Nellie, Mayse, Bettie II. , FOB CASHI Our Staple and lobby Hats Capital I Gallery CANNOT BE EXCELLED BUSH, D. D. S I Slpt33-t- f . " Ellen, Reid, Kliz.i II., House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Newman, Mis. Sim., Stanford, Mis.. Lewis, Russell, Sheets, Mnlimla, flS5Fliiinaiul Decorative Paper Hanging Soaul, John, u EGBERT & SON, bo promptly X. No. V.VJ G. MATTSRIT, epecialily April i6-t- Orders left at Averill's drug store will attended to. t Turpin, Andrew, Thomas, Geoige, Whiting, Henry, William, Joe, Taylor, Emily, Watts, Bush, Whalin, Cathciiae, Woods, Lilburn, Webster, Lucy C, when calling for these "Job Work Neatly Exe- cuted at this Oittcc. White, Richard, Say advertised letters. J. O.llATaiirrr, P M. The partnership heretofore existing between M. II. 1'. Williams, jr., nnd Wile) 0. William, in the agricultural implement and grain bust-iic- ., under tlio stjlo of Williams Brothers, has (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbo busi-nv- it SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED will be continued at tlio old stand by nftlco from 8 a. m. to 5 p. Can bo found at in the way of flno pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why xvill the people of Frankfort m. ready to do nil kind of dental work to the Wiley 0. Williams. M. H.P.WILLIAMS, gond to the olty for work wnon they can li e entire satisfaction of those who may chosn to scptO-lWILEY O.WILLIAMS. July ymtronUo him. Oct .25-t- f. at homo? STTE'.G-EOnsr Main Street, over Ciutehor & Starks' "WHITE HALL" Clothing House, J. C. DISSOLUTION OF partnership i l DEITTIST, h PUANKFOUT, KY 15-l- y m J., ( iiMiiiiMiiiii.nMin !! hiiihiiiimiihiimmmiium i l!y refeicnce to the lime table of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, in another Frankfort, Kentucky column, it will he seen that the time has been Entered atthepoot-ofllcoa- t as second class tnailalilc mutter. changed so that passengers from Fr.inVfort and points along the Lexington branch have GEORGE A. LEWIS, two connections for Cincinnati now, instead Passengers leaving of one, as heretofore. sincL Frankfort at 6, A. M., arrive at Lagrange at 7:33, A. M., and then take the Cincinnati FRANKFORT, OCTOHKR 21. 1S82. train leaving Lagrange at S:43, A. MM and arrive at Cincinnati at 12:15, noon. PassenA blue pencil mnrk (X) on your paper gers leaving Frankfort at 2:27, P. M., arrive at 4, P. M., and there take the 'tidicntes tlmt your. subscription Iiiih not in Lagrange Cincinnati train, leaving Lagrange at 4:05, P. been paid for some time, and you are re M., ami anivc in Cincinnati at 7:15, P. M. quested to settle nt once. Henry Weitzel, son of Louis Weitzel, Esq., attempted to commit suicide nbout '2 The editor of thin paper tins been nlf-eu- t nttendin the scpsinn of die Ornud Lode o'clock, P. M., on Wednesday night, lie of Masons, in Louisville, tin's week, wliirli was in conversation with a friend in the will account for the paucity of spicy matter ollice of the Weitzel House, when he pulled in this issue. Ilia hired man has not :ot out a revolver and attempted to shoot himwell jn as vet. The fighting editor, self though the breast. The young man, his linnd however, is always at his post, ready for nil who was talking to him, knocked the pistol down, and the ball vas lodged in the counemergencies. If anyone wants to surprise the editor, ter of the hotel. Weitzel then fired a second when he gets back, let them walk in an I -- hot, which took effect in the left gmiii( pay the cash for subscription to the paper, barely missing the femoral artery. lie or advertisements in it, or for job work, and attempted to lire a third shot, when Dr. W. they can rest assured tnat his eyes will open II. Pythian, who had been attracted by the wide with astonishment. The dimensions shots, caught him and took the pistol away of a silver dollar are rendered uncertain by from him. His wound, which is a serious one, was promptly diessed by Dr. Pythian, distance from t lie pocket. , and he was resting easy at last accounts. A end and distressing accident occurred Dissipation had produced temporal" Saturday afternoon, about three miles lioni this city, on the Lawrenceburg pike. Willie At the sale of Major II. C. McDowell's and JelT Minor, jr., aged respectively sixteen and fourteen, sons of Mr. .lelT Minor, 'Woodlake" farm, on Tuesday last, the who resides on the hill just above the Spout home place ol four hundrid ami thirty " Spiint:, were out limiting, when Willie, acre", brought $70.2 per acre, and was who was aiming his gun up in a tree, bought by John C. Noel, lvq , of this city. brought the muzzle down on aline with his The other place, known as the "IJlangollen" brother, who was Mnudiug a short distance place, containing one hundred and filir-threaway, and attempted to lower the hammer and a halt acres, was bought by Rev. per when it slipped from under his thumb, T J. Stevenson, of thi city, for causing the gun to go off, the whole load acre. The whole farm bringing $u7,2;7.S0. striking Jeff in the left thigh, shattering the Major McDowell was offered $ JO. 000 for FRAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT. !) wi ran 111 ii n ! i ! m ii ilium mtiii mi m m m n n i ir t urn mill ""' it "" v rpilK UNDmtSIflNM) 11 Editor IFiablislier. HAVE FORMKD A .L co partnership under the firm iinmo of Ptnpg, Hume .t On., nd will conduct a vlilk,v eommts-flomid distillery iigency liusiness n't No. 104 N. Third street in the city of St. Louis, Mo. succeeding to the bindiieff of Gregory, Stngg, fc Co. GKO. T. STAUG. W.M. S. HUM 15, KDMUN1) II. TAYLOR, Jn. St. Lotus. Mo., Oct. 12, 1SS2. n NOTICE. FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT I will keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all i kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. CALL AND SEE; ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. We lmvo rrtiinvcd nur office to mitnhcr one hundred and lour (101) 1. Third rtitot with Mrpsre. Slug;.'' Hume ,1 Co., where our Mr. J. A. Gregory, will he found. UHKUOllY. STAGO & CO. It. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1:', 182. Ewueu i WASHINSTON. ::i tor PHiLADELPKIA. & En ROUTE EAST NEW YQRK. CARS KENTUCKY'S mmmi AT THE I BOOM - III1BII HI I I Will I TIIK ONLV LINE RUNNING PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING FOR A SOLID TRAIN ARCADE! OInT T Cincinnati, LOUISVILLE, and Lexington, Ky., TO ruoM WASHINGTON CITY, CONNECTING IN SAME DEPOT WITH FASr TRAINS TOE Dry Goods and Clothing House ! 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 CHILDRKNS' CLOAKS and THE DIRECT ROUTE TO SACQUES. Elegant line of LADIES' SILK and FUR TRIMMED Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, DOLMANS. In our Boys' and Childrens' Clothing Department we are showing an immense assortment of AND ALL STEW YORK. 1 e F For tickct! nnd further iiiformntion apply to or address V. W. your nenrest ticket-officMonroe, Division Freight nnd Pussotigor Agent, Lexington. Ivy. C. W. SMITH. II. Y. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., General .Manager, e, SEPARATE PANT3. Boys' Pants at $i oo, $i 25, $1 50, $1 75 and upwards Childrens' Knee Pants $0 7$, $1 00 to $1 50. All other Departments now complete. Everybody come to the people's Store, where all arc treated alike. bone and severing the femoral artery. The poor fellow was standing near the brink of a precipice thirty feet high, when shot, and as be fell, came near rolling over it, his brother being too frightened to think of catching him until he had reached the etltre. Jle was taken to the house of Mr. Andy Thomasi-on- , ne.ir by,aud Dr. U. V. Williams, of this city, sent for, but it was too late for medical aid to save him, a? he had lost so much blood that he died at 8 o'clock that night. The young man in whose hands the gun was, has been nearly crazy since, for the brothers were devotedly attached to each other. Prof. Wayland Graham has started a new idea in the musical fraternity of this city, and it strikes us that it is an innovation that will meet with decided success. It is this: A Club has been formed of the best perform-ci- s of the city and all assigned to the study of the music of a distinguished master in the art, for a month, each performer making their own selection, and to unite in the grand finale for the month. The masters selected and the months assigned are as follows: October-Mendelss- ohn. this land at private sale. Mr. Campbell Curr and Miss Maggie McKee, two deaf mutes, were united in matrimony on Thursday last, at U o'clock, P. M at the Episcopal Church, by Kev. Mr. Eddy, of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, at Danville. The ceremony wns performed in Richmond, Vikginia. DR. JAMES Office ON A. M., 12 to ELY. 1 HARRIS & HERRANN. Proprietors Arcade. 8 in Catholic Building, ST. CLAIR STREET. P. M 1 tne peculiar and impressively solemn Office Hours 7 to 8 M. sign language. We tender to the happy P. pair our cordial congratulations. DISSOLUTION r 7 to in uctM-- JpflTKIHP. DAN'. I. M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CHURCH, Cigars, Personal. Capt. Wiley Searcy and family, of paid our city a flying visit this Lav"-rencebur- The firm of E. L. Mfnghcr fc Bro. has this duy by mutual consent been dissolved, Dnn. Mcugher, jr., retiring from the firm. E. L. Mcnghur has ussumed all the liabilities of tho firm. October 4th, 1882. Groceries, FISHING Liquors, Tobaccos; week. E. L. MEAGHER. Jn. November Moart. DecemIJect-hoven. ber Schubert. January Haydn. Februaij Weber. March Schumann. April May Chopin. June Liszt. The following is a list of the young ladies who have entered the Club: Miss Rebecca Averill, Miss Maria Liudsey, Miss Scottie Chinn, Miss Lizzie Macklin, Miss Katie Green, Miss Annie Macklin, Miss Uelle Hens-ley- , Miss Ruby Macklin, Miss Lizie Rodman, Miss Mamie Scott, Miss Helen Lindsey, Mis Ilettie Stewart, Miss Rose Stewart, Miss Kini-lThomas, and Mis Annie Thomas. When these entertainments are given it will be a raiejtrc.it to our musicians. We have no doubt but that Piof. G1.1h.1m will make this .1 decided hit and success. An accident, which came near being a fa.tal one, occurred at the we.-- t end of the railroad bridge, on Tuesday. A team belonging to Messrs. Wakefield it Co, was coming around the road under the hill, and when near the bridge, became unmanageable and backed over the hill into the river The driver, James Kiukead, was very badly bruised up, and it was at first thought that one of his legs was broken. The team was saved from drowning with considerable It strikes us that the county and city ought to have a fence put up along that road, a this is. the third or fourth accident of thi- nature that has occurred at thin place. dilli-cult- y Hon. John Felnnd, of Hopkinsville, and and Hon Geo. 11. McKee, of Covinuton, have been in attendance upon the Superior Court this week. Hon. M. C. Johnson, of Lexington, has been in the city this week. Hon. C. U. MeElrov, of Bowling Green, was in the city on Wednesday. Miss Allie Todd has been quite sick for eveial days. Mr. Geo. A. Lewis was appointed on the committee 011 Credentials in the Masonic Grand Lodge, at Louisville. Mrs. E. S. Hodges and daughter. Miss Lixzie, who have been visiting relatives in this city and Belle Point for several weeks, returned to their home in Louisville, on Thursday evening. Miss Alice Bailey, formerly of this city, has accepted a very position an teacher, in Washington, Mo. Mr. Henry Panent, of Los Vegas, New Mexico, has returned home, and will probably remain all winter. Mis.-e- s Anabel and Lizzie Giltner, of Eminence, came j Tuesday night to hear Keeue, returning home Wednesday inoiii-ing- . -de-iia- The undersigned will still continue business nt the same stand, where he will bo glad to moot his friends and tho patrons of tho old firm. Those indebted to the firm of E. L. Meagher & Bro. will call and settle their accounts, or thvy will bo rduci'd in the hands ol an officer for collection. J Mr. Dan. Meagher, jr., will remain in the house as chief eliTk, and requests his old friends nnd patrons t cull at tho old stand whenever anything is wanted in tho lino of groceries, hardware, tobacco, cigars, whiskies, iu. E.L. MEAGHER. octl4-lm FOREIGN FRUITS, &0., ANH STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. 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. Sept m. 3.3 TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, BARGAINS for groceries when you can go to WOULD respectfully invite tliccitizcnsof Frankfort and vicinly to call at the old stand of and examine J. R. Graham & Sons in Major Hall building, next door to the Don't grumhlo nbout hard tiinos or high prices my large and complete .stock of fine furniture, which I am offering at IN GROCERIES. FURNITURE. I also have on hand a lot of first class I Post-oflic- JAS. HBBNTS, SOUTH FRANKFORT, VBSB? LOW FIGtJKSSS FOE, CASS. And buy packages best Arbucklc Coffee for 50 cents. 3 SEWING MACHINES. WHICH 2 lbs. Griscii Coffee for 11 25c, this week, Col. W. T. Samuels has been in tiiis city Courier-Journal- " JJiwh Sugar " $1,00 " Leaf Lard " 1,00 6 I AM OFFERING AT COST. UNDERTAKING In all its branches a .specialty. May 2CMIH. M. S. Chihi. Esq., of the has been shaking hands with bin many friends this week. llermton BuiUing, South Frankfort, Hon. J. (J. Carlisle the next Speaker ol the House ol Representatives ol Congress, Oct. has been intending the Court ol Appeals this week. Dr. W. L. Hodman, of this city, son of Hon. Jno. Rodman, has purchased a sheen ranohe near Abilene, Texas. He will practice medicine in A inline. D. Knoble, jr., Esq , of Lexington, came down to hear Keene. Miss R. Wallie Knott, of Louisville, AND ENGRAVER. REPAIRER spent several days the lirst of the week in this city visiting relatives and Iricnd-- . Has removed hi establishment to the opposite InThe childieu fiom the side of stitute visited the Louisvillo Exposition The Grand Lodge of the Independent Tuesday. Haint Clnir Htreet, EVnnkfort, Ky., Order of Odd Fellows will meet in WinchesW. S. Saffelll is visiting friends in Whore he keeps constantly on hand a full and Mrs. . Mr. E. Whiteside?, of Louisville. ter next complete stock of this city, is in nomination for the ollice of Mr. Richard T. Chiles and wife and Mhs Grand Master, and no truer Odd Fellow Belle Sanders visited Louisville Thursday WATCHES, CLOCKS, could be elected to fill the position. . , And all other kinds of (Irocorios in proportion, alto Notions and Furnishing Goods. Orders promptly attended to, JAS. R. ROGERS. HEEHTTT REMO VAL ! JEWELER, MU1T TIMING Has PHILIP SELBERT, WHITE HALL already received all the novelties in fall Feeble-minde- d SUITING AND TROWSERING. OOM2S AXTD XaEJAVK UTOUB, ORDER,. 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the latest styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned Saturday. Leave your packages at the store. . Tuci-day- The matrimonial crop is being rapidly gathered in this section. This augurs u cold winter. "Rough on Ruta." bed-bug- GOLD and SILVERWARE, Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. which ho is Felling ut tho lowest cash prices, '2oc. .Druggists. sept. 30 3m. CRUTCHER , STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington, KCflninHIRjE MMttflfiCW39STfl FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT, OCTOBER 21, 1882. Flousi: rott Ri:xr. A cottage of five Our Mr. 1'etcr II. Ferg uson. of this county, and Mrs. Mary J, Smith were married nt the rooms, in good repair, located on Steele lesidence of the bride's mother, in Louisville, street, South Frankloit. Apply at on Wednesday evening. thi-offic- Bargains Comprise a Line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. e. wsnimtlLcJIIIlillll TO TRAVELERS. Commencing Monday, October 16, the follovvinj; lime tabic will be in effect on the I.. & X. U. R. for thM point. TRAINS NORTH. Foit Sam: A piano. Apply at this We would call attention to the advertise ment ol the Messts. Wcitzcl, in this issue, office. otlering nil the furniture, carpel's A:c. now A residence on the Versailles Fort Sam:, in the Capital Hotel at public unction. pike. Apply at this office. This is a raie chance for thote ol moderate means to make themselves coinlottable. Foil Rf.xt. A stable. Applv to C. -Shu-bitck- o o o C2 S to OO Ceaat The cheapest place in the city to buy China, Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warWooden-warBaskets, Chairs Easels, Brackets and Chromos, Mirrors, Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revo Ivers, Cartridges, Sta- tionery, School Bags, Slates and Straps,also miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in front of our HAl aturc e, O a r i. STORE! e, o H3 No. lS. No. so . No. 32 . No. 3 . 1 I.ounvillc. 7:00 A. M. 7:20 1 M. 2:35 V. M. . . Leave 5:151-- TRAtKS SOUTH. The exhibition of the paintings made by Lexington. the pupils of Miss Hittchins was a very creditFrankfort. 10:27 A. M it!37 a. M. able affair. It was held at the residence of q:?5 !' M. 11:05 I'. M. M l 7:05 r. m. Dr. Sawyier, on Saturday evening, and was 5!8 arr. at FrankfnrtSio 1. M, largely attended. Love Arrive at Fish, Oysters and Celery at J. M. Banta's today. 1 1 Tin-war- e, S3 feJ No No No I. nve Arrive, at We call theattention of our lady customers There is a great deal of complaint from Louisville. Frankfort. a. m. in to n new Shoe Polish of superior quality just a. M. 10:55 a. m. gardners of the rot ami 8:15 second growth 17... 7:00 21 cave Frankfort 6:00 A. M.arr. I.ou.ntto A. M recei ved . M A RS 1 A L L it M E A fJ 1 E R. 6:40 i M cabbage. 4:10 l". M. 19 . . . 3:00 I'. M. ..... inn n ,1 t'tr tn I' '" J'.J l ftl .". r ' for 'J Train No. it make connection Nj Cincinnati, ar Foit Rt:xr Three front rooms, located . ,11 , I f ?., . It is said that Mr Thos. .J. Chestnut, .1 'II llirr itla.n n rt 'I'.TIII on Lewis street. Apply to Mrs. Humphrey formerlv ol tlii city, hut now of St Louis, Mo,, has fallen heir to considerable property Evans. in England bv the death of a relative. Leave Lexington. o o ...... 3 g i ,1 K. P. 11RYAX, Agent. Its a "Daisy," the Long Branch to C. Shu-bitiek- B The majority ol Hon. .J C.S, Blackburn Rev. J. J. Mullock, 1). D., formerly uastor ower Hon. W. C. Owens is about 4,500 in of the Presbyterian Chinch here, ts at ptcsent tli is District in the city visiting friend, and will preach at Our young friend .1. Wesley Wright, Esq , The the above named Church has gone to Cincinnati, to attend the law public is cordially invited to attend. sch ol. The large and Ihshionnble audience that Attention is called to the advertisement of greeted Sir. Tlioa. W. Kceue, the great nctor, on f uewltty night, vvuh a lining recffe Messrs Stagg, Htttnctfc Co., and of Messrs. tion to a fine actor. lie held the audience Gregory Stngi: A-- C, in this Nme. from the commencement to the in A gentleman who formerly close, ni.d every one came away delighted. is now living in Louisville, came to but A actor, with a govd support, can this city list week lor the purpose of having ulwnvs command a full houm in Ivan l fort. a suit of clothes made by Mr. V. Berberich. He says he finds no one to fit him so well FREE. Dr. N. J. or make as good clothe in the city. CONSULTATION FREE. Andrews, a graduate of the Detroit, Mich., The protracted meeting now in progress at Medical College, and a man of ten years' Mt. Pleasant Church will continue through practice, will be at Ruhr's Hotel, on Wednesnext week. Six additions have been made to day and Thursday, October 25 and 26. Call the Church. and see him. No charge for prescription. Catarrh and nervous debility a specialty, it of the V. Berberich is putting up nobbiest suits of clothes seen this season. The celebrated Belle Point hog case of Crutcher vs. Hale way decided again Satur. When you meet with an accident, get a fprained ankle, or are otherwise injured, day, in favor ol Col. Crutcher. don't go to the expense of tending tor a If you wish a perfect fitting suit of clothe doctor, but apply Kendall's Spavin Cure, go nudseo Berberich. He is the boss in and you will experience instant relief. that line. Berbetieh has good goods, gives a good fit, and is, withal, a srood fellow. Mr. V. S. Sall'ell, ol this city, was elected by the (irand Lodge W. L. Jett, Master Commissioner, sold the Grand Knights of Pythias, in .lesdiou at 0vens-bor- the Frankfort Cotton Mill property to John of llaly, Esq., for 516 505, on Monday last. A last week. big thing for the purchaser. Chris. C. Merchant, of Belle Point, known Dr. N. J. Andrews has never been known during the Murphy meetings as the "golden to fail in completely curing catanh and nerorator," was taken haired vous debility. No charge for prescription. with the suicidal mania on Wednesday evenPrescription filled by your druggist at regular ing, and attempted to wind up his earthly prices. Call and sec him at Ruhr's Hotel, career by jumping Irom the Btnton bridge October 25 and 26. it. into the river. The cooling process, taken in connection with his antipathy When your onlv and beloved son comes to water, was too much of a good thing for hom fcarred up as the result of a juvenile him, however, and he swam quietly out, tight, apply Kendall's Spavin Cure, and the and weudeil his way home, to be hoped a pain will cease and the intellect will be greatly strengthened, ami in nil probability wiser and better man. he will soon be in the White House Read advertisement. Mr. W. T. Rttnyan, one of our popular young merchants, was man ted to Mis Mamie Our people are on the tni'iivm anticipaAyres, daughter of the late W. N. Ayres, at tion of the entertainment in store for them on the residence of the bride's mother, near Saturday evening, in the opera of "Patience," Ducker Station, Woodford county, on Wedas rendered by the Lexington Amateur Opera nesday, at 9 o'clock, A. M. The ceietnony Troupe. The opera house wijl doubtless be was petfotmed by'Rev. G. W. Uiggan, of full of 6ur best and most cultivated citizens. Louisville, in the presence of only the families of the parties. We tender the A negro man, suspected of being one of "young couple our hearty congratulations. the parties who broke into Me.-sGray it Rodman's store Sunday night a week tio, B. l' Meek was in Louisville TuesMr. day, and secured rooms in the building on was arrested at Pewee Valley, Saturday afthe hotith west corner of Fifth and Jefferson ternoon, by Otllcer Nootinu, and brought to city, when it was discovered that he htrecls, where lie will commence the manu- this had got the wrong man. Novemfacture of fishing reels the first Hpell-boun- Hat at JlcClure's. Hol'hk Foil Rknt. Apply i. o FETJIT3 and VEGTABLE3, OYSTERS AND FISH. h3 Two rooms torrent, lurnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. M. II. McKec. A room on the second floor. Foil Runt Apply to I. Davis. o WE ALSO HAVE A NICE STOCK OF FRENCH CANDIES. O P3 o Nfco line of hosiery at Griffin re-id- ed tin-ci- ty Bros. Not only Long Branch, but also a full stock ol other new style hats at Marshall A: Meagher's. Don't forget the place,. Bachmann's old stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, -3 pi GO The freshest and greatest variety of fruit in the city is to be found at J. We Strive M. Banta's. Cashmeres at rock bottom prices at (jriiHn Bro. Large lot of elegant oil paintings at Whitesides A: McEwan's. USUAL 0' BRYAN & BANTA. o I to Make Each Customer a Permanent One. isroTicic. Flannels extra cheap at Griffin Bros. HANDKERCHIEFS in endless va rietv at Grillin Bros.' TIIUHSDAY AFTERNOON TIIH at tho Kentucky Institution for finjlml Rough Building Lumber - - - $13 00 Hin TCillln.illnn iitnl Tr liniTiir if Kfii.ttln Friii.iy Olar Dressed Weatherbcardiug - 15 00 Cbiidreti will herc.it tcr take jiIhcu cvi-ruftcrnoon Irom i to 4 o clock V. .M. I he Insti- Second Rate Ilooriuc: 20 00 tution is open for visitors nt any time when most 25 00 Iirst Rate Flooring convenient for them to attend. JOHN ti. A. STEWART, SuperinteJent. Latns 2 00 Oct. The iricr are for lumber loaded on cars in this citv. r-- tf. Cheap Lumber! PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. HUGHES & DUNIG AN. auglO-liOd Mastcr-at-Arm- s o 'Go and see the Long Branch Hat at B. K. MeClnre& Bro's. Cashmeres at rock bottom prices at Griffin Eros. As executor of tho Lite .Limes U. Roberts, I' will, on the lt'.TII UF OCTOHER, ISSi. sell the frrm upon which ho resided, coiitiiininj,' abnut .'DO silver-tonttue- d Go to J. M. Banta's for Staple and Fancy Gror ceries. Nice line of hosiery at Griffin well-know- Bros. Largest and cheapest line of Jeans in the city is at Griffin Bros.' Jeans extra cheap at Griffin acres, and Incited upon the F.irmd.ile and Uridgrpo-- t pike, two miles from Uriilgeport.t There is a comfortable frame dwelling of si.j A farm of good bottom land, containing 92 :md all ticctssnry out! acrt'S, well improved, with good orchard and out Moms, barn, buil lings upon thepremiscs. further intor huut", located within a half mile of tho Owen-to- n m.ition uddress pike, on Main Elkhorn, and within the same WM. SCOFIELD, Ex'r. distance of two churches, mill and school house, Ilridg port, Ivy. sept2:5 4t. is ottered for sale at a bargain. For infoinmtion BUILDING LOTSJOR SALE. on adjoining farm. apply to H, 0, 0HUR0H. Aug. u Eight building lots, well located in South Frankfort, within two squares of the bridge, njv offered for silo on easy terms, unit lo.v tiguies. .NEW Inijuiro at this ollice. ice-hou2q-3i- rnklin County hm For Sale ! PL ANEW MILL. KENTUCKY ECLEGTIi YEAR IKSTITUTSr 4. 'B2. Bros.' TWELFTH 5GH00L BEGINS SEPT. All youth of good ui inner and morals are cordially welcomed as pupils, but we ospociitlly desire such as appreciate u J. M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to liis Establishment First-Clas- Flannels extra cheap at Griffin Bros. Have you seen thoc fine oil paintings at Whitesides A; McEwan's. s Planing to furnish 31111, Is now prepared HIGHUR EDUCATION, .iml e:in be induced to make oirnest and sustained efforts to obtain it. We strivo to give more value than we receive, and in till- way lecve tho community, and, if possible, each pntron indrbted to u'. The Millie and Art depirtments will continue in charge of .Mis M. Theresa Steven. Specialties : painting on China, Satin, .vc. A full corps of teachers engigcd. For Circulars, Ac. "pply to either of 'he undersigned. S. (J.STEVENS. IVtmifml. augll) 'Jui J. N. CRUTOllER, N.wMr.y. Voice-trainin- k, May Doors, Blinds, ALSO inline-piat- e The finest line of ilannels in the city at Grlfflu Bros. vety cheap at Griffin F, & all kinds of Ming Turning Scroll Work, Stair Work 15 rs JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON fair dealing. Foi: -- o Go to J. M. Banta's for 033L3?37' '" a" sl.v'es Bro.' Gotten out in tho Best Stylo. tf. WM. CROMWELL, Attorney-at-taw.VXD ber. in the Mr. ol He will remove his family to that city Mr. Alex Conway has ""'l 'iir.i pnrcha'-e- John Rodman the lot on Main street, South of Gen: cheap at Grillin Bros.' Sam-:- . JEStKtszx THE MOST SUCCESSFUL KEMSDY ever discovered, as it ! curtain in iti ctlucis and docs no blUter. READ I'KUOl" lit. LOW. Al.o excellent for hiiinan lluih. , Frankfort, adjoining the property of Mi. Ambrose Quarles and Miss Sue John L Sneed, for frlOO. Qunrles. of the Peak's Mill neighborhood, this county, were married in Louisville "Buchupaiba." Thursday afternoon. Quick, complete euro, all annoying Kid ney, Bladder ami Urinary Diseases. .1. Rev. .1. C. Mensem, a colored lawyer, Inn- - Dtuggists. been admitted to the bar, at Dan vi lie, Ky. .. ... ..... , The Will S. Hays is a daisv. At Ken- Miosis. Spotswood & Co.'s planing mill, .lull's. at Lexington, was burned on Ftidny night, October l.'Uh. The propetiy was insured, Wedding suits cut and made promptl) at but the business will necessarily be inter- - Ret bench's. teted with. Our citizens sympathize with the New style Lonir Brunch Hats in several firm, as they are well known here, havinu; only removed from this place about three qualities at Marshall A- Meagher's. years ago. Read Marshall tt Meagher's new music o Another wedding will take place Wednes- catalogue of 10 cent music folded in thN day week, the contracting parties being two isiie. popular young people of this city. A large line of ladies and misses cotton Col. R. P. Pepper's mate Catchfly won a nnd woolen hose at V. T. Run van's. putse of $.100, in three straight heats, at LexTry our fresh o,vsltus tit 20 cents ington on Saturday, A remarkable fact in this connection was that each heal was made per can. L. U. Ollivor's, Capital Desirable reMdence on Holmes For information apply to Mrs. C street. A. Prentiss, on the premises. The finest line of flannels in the city at Grillin Bros. tho adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, collection of rcnt claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Cnuit House' Will practice in the courts of Real SIstate Agoat,. Fiunklinund 2J-l- Juno o AUCTION! AUCTION! is well known to tho public Jat largo that thu Capital Hotel h;ia been purclni-ui- l by Jerome ,uiil I.on-'iWeifel, mill w lading to tuako un entire elnuiu of tho iruii)Ues, from collar to s PROM COAL! COAL! It COL, L. T. FOSTER, ALL garret, they will otlorfor 8ilo a lot of J? LTRISriTURIi, BEDDING, CARPETS, Tabic and Cutlery Ware, In tiu't, everything that is now In tho building. Thu sale tu coiutui'tiou un WflnnMrkir p MINIMI MHJ ivwy nungttowu, Ohio, May lOtll, IBM. l had a very Dk. It. J. Kkmivll it Cn ( cms H:iublcloiiiao colt that I prized '.cry liLihlv. valuable he had a larue bone mliviii on one loint and a Miiall one on the other which made him very lame; I had mm iinuur ;ne eharce ol two vettnary mmvcoiin was one day reading the who failed to cure him. advertl.eiiieut of Keiulall' Spavin Cure in the Chicago l'..pre-.- . iletcrniiiicd at oucc to try it and got our uruggiitN here to vend for it, they ordered three ixittlcs; I took tnem all and tlioiignt I would give them a thorough trial, I lived it aecordme; to SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF rcctions ami the lourth day the colt ceaved to lame and the lump-- , have dl'.ippcarcd, I used but L Dudley Institute will begin Monday, Sun- ISSU l'nop. 'Iviinkk will bo one bottle .iml the colt's, limbs are as free from lumps tcinber llth, and as smooth as any horse in the state Ho is entirely .assisted by Mil It. AV. Tow.so.v, a graduate of l lie cure v,i so rcinarKauie tnat l lei two ol 1,1 cured, of Virginia, and a teacher of . my luighhors have the iliiauiliiK two bottles, who V, experience, highly euinmcnded by hi s patrons. VcryTepectfully, are now Using it. i 1.. T. KOS1KR. Terms for session of twenty weeks. 1 KINDS OF COAL ON HAND for sale at Lowest Prices by. G. B. MACKLIN. Dudley Institute. i...i,., 1 . . nnd contlnuo until everything U cold, Fnmary uquutment Kendall's Spavin Cure. (Intermediate Department .. in 2:27;. Hotel. JEROME WEITZEL, Prop, SAM. HARMS, Auctioneer. bene lor il iistratcd circular givi g positive prooi. Colleiilute 1'rice $i. All druggists have it or an L'ct it lor vou Music and painting at tcuchor's rates. tors, Knosburgh Dr. II. I. Kendall & uo., t'r No cxtm charge for French or Gcrmau. Falls, Vt. $20 on 25 00 117 Oil - J- fitu&wrtt&wjjm.vawam tMHUXHtJUUdVI IlilMMH ff it "i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, To the Bereaved Parents of Philip DUE FLOWKU CITY FUltOItK OUJIIjU tlY L. ft if flit 'i' wtmt i ib niwiwi'iW tnamsMf a jwim bbkw ! ing the students what the indications of this terrible malady weie. In order to show the iiegnSur Cinciimali, Louisville and The hoily of an Irmli tailor by the name of 'Put tick Wnlih win found on Tiuxlny morning llontin-- j in the river ,iu?t below the whaiMioat. Cotoner McKwnn was notified, and took clinrgo of the body, and held nn the jury mtuming a verdict ot The dcceaed had arcitlental drowning. been in the employ of Mesrp CnitchcrV Starks for sonic two year" or more, and was The lat seen esteemed a good woiluiiuu. of him was on last Saturday evening. lit was a single man, and hail no relatives in this section of country ho far an known. He wan buried in the cemetery on Tuesday evening. . this, county commenced The circi.it court for Judge P. U. Major its session on Monday is a large docket, especially presiding. There on the ciiminal calendar. The following gentlemen compose the grand jury of the pi cent term: Jos. L. Hodman, foreman, Hen. Hughes, Wm. Caidwell, Jackson Ilulett, Elias. Stone, Llewellyn Marshall, Lloyd Fcatheitone, S. M. Noel, Joseph Pari cut, Henry Uogeis, Stephen lilaek, Daniel Olanton, Thomas L. V. Noel, L. J. Cox, W. P. IluuVon. remember that the day of Let reckoning is not far oiT. inquest, las-t, Ueil-forevil-doer- It. M'.WMAN. The Commotion Caused by the Statement of a Physician. An unusual article from the Rochester, N. Y., Denwerat ami Chionicte, was published in this paper recently, and has been the subject of much conversation, both in professional circles and on the street. Apparently itcitised more commotion in Rochester, as the following from the same paper shows: Dr. J. B. Henion, who is well known not only in Rochester, lmt in nearly even part of America sent an extended article to ihi paper a i'.'v days since, which was' duly pulilished, detailing his remarkable experience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death It would be impossible to enumerate the personal inquiries which have been tnndent our office as to the validity of the article, but tney have been so numerous that further investigation ol the subject was deemed an editorial necessity. Willi this end in view a representative of this paper called 01 Dr. Henion. nt his residence on St. Paul street, when the following interview occurred: "That article of yours, Doctor, has created quite a whirlwind. Are the statements about the terrible condition you weie in, and the way you were rescued euch as you can stWnin?' "Every one of them, nnd many additional ones. Tew people ever get so near the grave as I did and then return, and I am not surprised thnt the public think it marvelous It was marvelous." "How in the world did you, a physician, come to be brought so low?'1 " By neglecting the first and mot simple symptoms. I did not think wn sick. It is true I had frequent headaches; lelt tiled most ot the time: could eat nothing one day and was ravenous the next ; felt dull indeflni'.e pains, and my stouinch was out of order, but I did not think it meant ninth in : serious." "But have these common ailments any thing to do with the fearful Bright' which took so firm a hold on you?'' "Anything? Why, they are the sure indication? of the first stages of that dreadful malady. The fact is, few people know or realize what ails ihem, nnd I am sorry to say that too lew physicians do either." "That is a strange statement, Doctor." "But it is a true one. The medical profession have been treating symptoms instead of diseases for years, and it is high time it We doctors have been clipping oil' ceased. the twigs when we should strike at the root. The symptom I have just mentioned, or any unusual action or irritation of the water channels indicate the approach of Blight's disease even more than a cough announces We do not the coming of consumption treat the cough, but try to help the lungs. We should not waste our time trying to relieve the headache, stomach, pains bout the body or other symptoms, but go directly to the kidneys, the source of most of these ailments." "This, then, is what you meant when you lt the dentlis said that more than which occur ni'ue from Bright's disease, is it doctoi?'' disThousands of "Precisely. when in eases are torturing people reality it is Bright's disease in some of its many forms. It is a monster, and the slightest symptom should strike terror to every one who hns them. I can look back and recall hundreds of deaths which physicians declared nt the time were by" paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, cau-e- d pneumonia, malarial fever, and other common complaints, which I see now were caused by Bright's disease." "Ami did all these cases have simple symptoms at first ?" "Every one of them, and might have been cured as T was by the timely use of the Warner's Safe Kidney and same reined Liver Cure. I am getting my eyes thoroughly opened in this matter, and think I am helping others to see the facts and their possible danger also. Why, there are no end of truths bearing on this subject, it you want to know more about it go and see Mr. Warner himself. He was sick the same as I, and ib the healthiest man in Rochester today. Hn has made a study of this subject, and can give you more facts than I can. Go, too, and see Dr. Lattimore, the chemist, at the University. If you want facts there are any quantity of them showing the alarming increase of Bright's disease, its simple and deceptive symptoms, and thai there is but one way by which it can be escaped." Fully satisfied of the truth and foice of the Doctor's words, the reporter bade him good day, and called on Mr. Warner at his establishment,on Exchange street. At first Mr. Warner was inclined to be reticent, but learning that the information desired was about the alarming increase of Bright's disease, his manner changed instantly, and he spoke very earnestly: "It is true that Bright s disease linH increased wonderfully, and we find, by reliable hiutibtieq, that in the past ten years its growth has keen 250 per cent. Look at the prominent men it hns carried off: Everett, sunnier, Chase, Wilson, Carpenter. Bishop Haven and others. This is terrible, and shows a greater growth tlutn that of any other known complaint. It should be plain to every one that something must be done to check this increase or there is no knowing where it may end." "Do you think many people are afllicted with it who do not reulize it, Mr. 1 11 one-hato-da- Your Philip dear has left jou Nothing comes hut soothing tears Up from parents' hearts o true Till your pain is lulled by years. The (Jrcat Ruler of all expense Gixe.s one law of recompense: Pleasure must pay las to pain, And pain restore to hope again. Thcic 1 is sweet joy in sorrow : iieic is a halm for eveiy pain a beautiful Tin Of sunshine aftci rain. You'll find a branch of healing Near every hitter spring ; A whispered' promise stealing O'er evciy broken string. ; contrast between healthy and unhealthy jMiulisoii Packet, lluids, he had provided a vial, the contents of which were drawn Iroin his own person. 'And now gentlemen,' he said, 'ns we have I will seen the unhealthy indications, show voit how it appears in a state of perfect health,' and he submitted his own fluid to the Usual test. A's he watched the reTho U. S. Mull Lino Company's otegnnt sults his countenance suddenly changed steamer his color and command both left him. and in a trembling voice said: 'Gentlemen, I have made a pain till discovery; 1 have Bright's disease ol the kidneys,' nnd in less Thurs-iln- y, Will nrrlvc nt Frnnkfort than a year he was dead." and "You believe then that it baa no nesday, Saturday. Lcnrtii Frnnkfort on WedFriday nml Sunday of ench week. ynitoms ol its own and is frequently unFreights received for nil points on the Kenknown even by the person who is atllicled tucky nnd Ohio river. - .htiJhh:.& - 4 i pas-acng- er CITY of FRANKFORT with "It bus often none it?'' You'll find a glad hosanna Tor every woe and wail A handful of sweet manna When grapes, of Eschol fail. Seek for the Rock of Ages When earthly wells are dry, And, after weary stages, You will find an Eiim nigh. An Elim with its coolness, Its fountains, and its shades, A hles-in- g in its fullness When your buds of promise fade. Your tears of soft contiition Will cause a rainbow light, Diiug glory and fruition , So near, yet out of sight. Your Savior, you possessing, Will be your joy, your balm, Your healing and your bles-inYour sunshine and your psalm; Your promi-- e when you're feaiful, Your Elim when you're faint, Your rainbow when you're tearful, Your gloiy when a saint. g, have the same symptoms, and liequeutly JOHN A. X.UCK, Aycut, death is the first symptom. The slightest Frnnkfort, Ky. indications ol any kidney difficulty should lunr. be enough to strike terror to an one. I know what am talking about, tor I have G. A, D. F1owm, M. D. been through all the stages ol kidney S. F, Smith, M. D. disease." "You know of Dr. Uenion's case?'' "Ye, I have both read and heaid of it." "It is very wonderful, in it ni?'' "A very pioniineut ease but no more so Surgeons, than a great many others that have come . IT O X rJC , to my notice as having bten cured by the T X A. N same means." Office nnd residence next door to the Dnptlst "You believe then thnt Bright's disease Church, S C'lulr street. 23-tf. no symptoms of its own and very at all. Usually no two people SAM. SANDERS, Mutter. Tims. tUvixl tkrh I Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians K KY s anniver.-ar- y of the General The thirty-thuMissionary Convention, together Christian with the State Convention of that denomina at Lexington this tion, have been in of this city, and week. Elder Geoige Dai.-iElder 1). B. Tyler, of Louisville, are piomi-nen- t member.. d e, Mis-Kron- ie J. K. lledrick, E-q- ., of Elmville, was Mr. Sliced is too well known in Klmvillo. add anything to hi deserved reputation as a business man and The series of meeting, conducted at Mt Ot his wile we hear only words Vernon Church, by Revs. Cobb and Burgentleman. of pruUe and compliment. "Ileres to ou, ton, closed on 'he Ibth in- -t , with eight additions by baptism and Feven by letter. may you live lony and prosper." Jack, o. Mr. Luca Read, one of Owen's brightest In W. II. N.'s notice, in yesterday's young men, spent several days last week with the family of J- W. Bridges, two wedCourier-Journaof the miles west of this place. ding, the statement is madethat the groom Competent judges said thnt Mr. J. W. is a practical printer and an employe of this Bridges and Mi-- s Annie Wiley were the Mr. Carr is a be-- t looking couple at Mt. Vernon Church ollice. Tina is a mistake. but has been a subscriber for the Sunday. The crowd numbered eight hun firmer, ltou.N'UAisour for several yeara and generally dred, with folks from all parts, drops in to see us when in town. Your The series of meetings going on at Scott county, conducted by the was considerablv off, 13ro. Billie. Rev. Elliott, has resulted in five additions, The delegates to the Grand Lodge of and great good to the congregation. Miisona of Kentucky have all returned Mr. Spencer 0. Wigginton, after a prohome, and report that they had the boss tracted visit to friend in the West, has re is one more heart.l time, and saw the elephant in all its ma- turned home, and there happy. jesty. On the 14th inst., at Monterey, after the without any difficulty, cool wheathcr xesterdny morning day was almost spent The Mr Jack Barber ami W . Jl. Smith got made fires and overcoats leel very comforta- into an altercation, when Barber drew his ble. knife and cut the artery in Smith's neck. It iu said that Smith will die. Barber is Captain D. A. Murphy, editor of the till at large. Danville Tribune, has been appointed superinhad a The Graves boys and Hen-letendent of the building of the new court- fight at Slnmuing Ground on the 14th inst.. when one of' the' Graves boys shot and in in this city. house and broke old man Ilensley's leg in the knee, If you wish a comfortable seat at the when the llenlev boys cut Graves almost pieces. go ami secuie to Opera House, for The Misses Stafford, of Peak's Mill, spent one earlv. There will be a grand rush. Inst Snndav with Miss Annie Wiley, near Our young friomls Grant Green, jr., and this place. Miss Belle Hall spent several dnys lat Henry Sawyier have been employed as assistants on the Kentucky liver improvements. week with Miss Ella Hall, two miles west of this place. We are glad to note their good fortune. There were several of Owen's young Messrs. Urawner k McDaniel are building a belles who attended church nt Mt. Vernon Sunday. new brick warehouse at the Old Crow distil-lerof Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co. Mr. S. N. Hodges failed to put in his appearance Sunday evening nt Mt. Vernon The Grand Lodge of the Independent Church, and the congregation was sadly Order of Good Templars will hold its next disappointed. session in this city, beginning on the second Mr. Mullen, of Monterey, spent several Tuesday in October, ISS3 dnys laft week with the familv of P. L. Howard, one mile west of this place. Dr. V. A. Kaltenbrun has a telephone. Madam Rumor says Elmville will soon His number is 67. have a wedding. Everybody wants to see Jack Frost. A telegtam from WingfieM. Kansas, Our school has been closed now for sevthe sad intelligence of the death ol Mr. John M. Conners, n former resident eral weeks, owing to the protracted meeting Mt. Vernon. Ho wa& a first class stone- at of Ttiylorton. Mr. Editor, will you. or some of your mason. readers, inform uh folks in this, the northern if there is any such Our friend, Mr. P. H. Pattie, of Benson portion of the county, officer as Common School Commissioner, neighborhood, is offering land that is pro" and what his duties are 'I We have had diicing one thousand pound of tobacco to eight schools taught here, in that many vears, with not less than five months in a the acre for the low price of $15 per acre. school, and todav we liuvuift scliolnr Ladies ami misses cotton and woolen hose qualified to work half through Ray's third part. Who is to iilnmur We cant, or in great variety at W. T. Itunyan'. will not, sav; but we can say that our school is of no use nt nil, and we would do well, if A man by the name of Hockcrsniith, there is a Common School Commissioner, from Peak's Mill, was arrested yestetday to have him advertise when he will visit , evening, having in his possession one of the our school, known n the Poe pistols which were stolen from Messis. Gray and see for himself that our school teachers & Hodman. lie claims to have bought the have been a failure. So far as our children Warner?'' " II undreds of thousands. I have a strikare concerned, they are intelligent, nnd the pistol. ing example ol this truth which has just blame is not here. J. K. H. come to my notice. A prominent professor Skinny Men. in a New Orleans medical college waslectur-itiCall and see the Autophoue, a new musical before his class on the subject of "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health & MeaghBright's disease. He had various fluids and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, instrument, for sale at under miscrobcouic analysis, and was allow er's, Sexal debility. $1. thi- - city for us to l, Carr-McKe- Calvary nesday. granted a divorce from his wife, Mrs. Katy Hediick, on Thursdny Inst, by .Fudge Major. Mr John L. .Sneed, of this city, and II 'a many friends will be gratified to learn Lee, of Louisville, were nianied at of this result. Church, in the latter city, on Wed- "i know it can. I know it fiom the expedience of hundreds ol pioiiiinenl peisons who were given up to die by both their physicians and In.euds." "You speak of your own experience, what was it?" "A feaiful one. I hail felt languid and unfitted lor business for years Bui I did not know what uiled me. When, however, I it found was kidney dilliculty thought then was little hope and so did the I have since learned doctors that one ot the physicinne ol this city pointed me out toa geiitlemttn on the stieet one day saying: 'there roes a man who will be dead wiihin a year.' I hcliev.s his words would have pioven true if I hud not fortunately secund and used the lemedy now known 1 can be cured?" mmm illuetratddi ROLLED GOLD, WARRANTED TQ WEAR FBOFvl 8 T0 10 YEABS, 1 V.T?. ONLY $4 A PAIR, DELIVERED ON RECEIPT OF PRIOE. m m e - Hydra-heade- d vs post-offic- e y Snl'e Kidney and Livir Cure." "And this caused you to niauulactuic il?' "No it caused me to investigate I went to the principal cities, saw physicians prescribing and using it ami I then-lordetermined, as a duly 1 owed humanity nnd the suffering, to bring it within their reach mid now it is known in every part of America, is sold in every ding stoic, and has become a household necessity." The reporter left Mr. Warner, much impressed with the earnestness and sincerity of his statements and next payj a visit to Dr S. A. Lattimore nt his residence 011 Prince street. Dr. Lnttiniare. althoitirh busily engaged upon some matters connectJS&, ed with the Slate Hoard of Health, of which he is one of the anahsts, courteously answered the questions that were propounded him : swn "Did you make a chemical analysis of RODGER DUOS.' the cae of Mr. II. II. Warner some three vears ago, Doctor?" " BEST IN THE WHOLE WORLD, "Yes, sir." "What did this analysis show you?" "The presence of albumen ami tube casts in great abundance." "And what did the symptoms, indicate?'' Put up ill n nice ense, and delivered by express on receipt of p'ice. Writo fur our prices on "A seiirtus disease ot the kidneys." und l'orks. You will save money by "Did on think Mr. Warnercould re- Spoons Iroui us. buying cover?" "No, sir. I did not think it Il was seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a case had, up to that time, evei been cured" The Kentucky Jeivelcr, "Do yon know any thing about the remedy which curtd him?'' m chemically nnaly.ed it, and, "Yet, I M upon critical examination, find it entirely fiee from any or deleterious sub stances." We publish the foregoing Mntements in view ot the commotion which the publicity TAKE THE ol Dr. Heiiion's article hn cau-eand to WK meet the protestations which have been made. The standing of Dr. Henion, Mr. Warner, and Dr. Lnttimor? in the commum nity is beyond question, and the statements Wa '! they make cannot for a moment be doubled They conclusively show thai Bright's dis(Lou., Cin. it Lexington Division) ease of the kidneys, is one ot the most deTho final Through Trunk Line to ceptive and dangerous of all diseases, thai it is exceedingly common, alarmingly inCINCIXNA 71 ami the EAST, creasing, and that it can be cuied. 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