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Number 42. v .4 -- RIVER PACKET VOX S. father's residence une 2lst, leaving her SSWwaKHesflESfc Mrs. Elizti .1. Wnteon, ol this city, i the parents nnd mnnv friends behind. She agent for the sale of nn excellent biography makes the second one of the family that THK1 8TE2AMER has died with the consumption. of Kev. Geo. 0. Rnrnes, entitled "Without I saw in Inst w'eeks paper where Mr. Scrip or Purse; or the Mountain Evangelis not ltft out. ist," by W. T. Price, of Louisville. It Guess says Joshua Neither is Harp left out. Hugh Bums hn Will rccclvo and forward freights to Louisville, gives n complete history of the life of this bis own mail bag, nnd hns the mntl cjirrbd Madison, and all points on remarkable man from liia birth up to the reculnr twicea week. So Hnrp'is still in ex e to Drier. g KENTUCKY AND OHIO RIVERS present time, with many of bin sermotiH, istancc. including a number delivered since he has and to all points North, East and West. Mr. 0. B. Polsirrove savs he would like been in Europe. Mra. Watson can be found for some one to inform Mr. Thomas Keith r BILLS OF LADIHG WILL GIVETHBDUBH HATES at Dr. Duvnll's residence, where she will be how much lip (Mr. Polsgrove) owes in Solid Gold Steele Will leave Frnnklort lor Louisville every rlud to receive subscriptions I'min all who Louisville, as he wants him to pay a security debt. He says Mr. Kstler will ride bis Tuesday and Friday morning, at 9 o'elook. may desire the work. horses to death as they are thin anyway. and roturning Icavo Louisville for Frankfort every Wednesday and Saturday nttcrnoon at 4 Mr. Joe Li Compte lias a bottle setting on We are looking for a wedding to come off o'elook. For rates and information apply to one of bis show cases filled villi pills, the before a great while, as there is agrn1- widnuAiher of which no one know-He offers ower courting a widow near this place. LEW. CHURCH, Agent The young boys say they would like lor all u pri.e a bottle of cologne to the Indy as the widowers nnd bachelors ot this comnin-ni- t Frankfort, Ky. who will guess nearest the number, or n to get married so that they would have pocket knile to the gentleman who will be a chance. AND FniEND. Mutter mar 3 tf. equally as good at guessing. The bottle mil lie opened Tuesday, the pills counted, Bald Knob. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, nnd the auard made. II )ou haven't guest ed go over and record one. It costs nothing. Mr. Sile Reeves wns visiting Friend Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Kinney, of Cincinnati, shipped a Mr. Mnttie Herrel wns the gue-- t of Mrs. One Lnl, Cor nor Second and lot of jewelry to this city to be sold at uncSanford Tuesday. tion, which whs opened out in the room in Lognn s reels, KM) by 120 feet. For cunning mustache use Dyke's Beard Odd Fellows' Temple, formeily occupied One Lot, Fronting River, between Elixyr. Try it, Billy. AND Logan and Murray Streets, 125 by the Adams Express Company, nnd Mr. Mr. Ranee Ppyton has gone to LouisS.un. Hairis employed as auctioneer. On by I65i'eet tolow water mark. ville with his tobacco this week. Thursday evening t tie bale was begun by Mr. Henry Moore, of Cedar Run, attendG. DUDLEY & BRO. Mr. Harris, but there was some hitch about ed court at this place last Friday. May 20-the licence, the sale was stopped, nnd Mr. Born. On Thursday, June 2ht, Harris arrested by City Marshal II organ, George Allison and wife, a daughter. to Mr. but afterwards released, the matter adjusted, Mr. J. D. Moore, of Belle Point, is visitand the sale will now uo on. ing bis daughter, Mrs. Nash, this week. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY Mr. W. B. Tracy nnd wife visited the The Chesapeake A; Ohio Ituilrond has city of Frankfort in their new buggy Saturthe most liberal set of managers ot any road day. in this section, and is fast gaining in popuMr. L. W. Shackelford, who ha been ill p larity. Suineol the mot beuutilul teener) & He thinks he for some tune, is no better. tjuiiniiLi in the world is along the line ot its road, and will never get up. I cordially invite you to call and examine my they have put the tates down very low in The farmers have all about finished setNew and Fresh Stock of Goods. excursion parties in older to enable every one ting tobacco around here, and crops are Workshops and Sales-rooNo. 8 North Upper Street. to gel u sight ai it, as well as to visit the booming ince the rain. FRANKrORT, KY MAIN STREET, .sea slioie. It is the only line which The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Moore will 6ep3 tf. runs daily a solid train ol day coaches be pleached at Pleasant Ridge Chinch at CROMWELL, Willi a new I'ullman blciper and burgage the tegular church day in July. Aitorney-at-LawWhy don't everybody take the cur attached, Irom Louisville t' WashingHo have greatly reduced tho price of our It is a newsy little paper woith ton City, that it peiouu can go the entire ITS' it one dollar a Hour. Ai evidence read tho following; AND JI T. RJ3 distance vviitiuiit change ol u.u. Close twice the amount paid for venr. CAPITAL PATENT per hundred 3&Q&X aie Hindu wlli ti.uiio going Gu " FEANKFOBT BELLE- 3.00 .N'oilli om Wusiiingtoti.iinil through UcuUn Will practice in tho courts of F.anklin and the " XXX 2.76 an; mjUI to all me Inrget K.isteiu eilits, and adiolnititf counties, nnd will also glvo special Point Pleasant. IN BULK AND PAPERS, Low grides in proportion. attention o the purchase- and sale ot real estate, it is tw line loi tiuveleis irom this section A libernl discount to dmlor?. collection of rents eluhns, and the negotiation MAP. US IIROTIIKR. juuo2 2r. joing In tlie Fish nre in demand at the Point. slime or to New Yoik of ol loan. Cilijo opposite Court Houeo. GUARANTEED Juno Wiite to V. J. Jicig, Southern Htalth of the neighborhood is good. 1'iuveling Agent, ur W. E Arnold, Ticket ALSO Mr-- . John Quire, of Belle Point, visited Agent,."UO Ue-- t Mam stieel. Louisville, lor her niece, Mrs. Doc. Arnold, Sunday even! Mr. John T. IlucsUlev in the ngent in thin Dr. J. A. Birchett returned Monday niaht city for tlic hnle of Fisher, Leu I As Co.' iron from Cincinnati nnd is making this place mantels, nnd lie is selling tliem at Louis- his home. Miss Marv Jane --AIcDnrnpll died nt her ville prices. VS L TMENT OF FANNIE FREESE Post-offi- ce 1DT&J2ss02TJD S3 and Spectacles. '' i -- - INSTRUCTIONS ii i . V. Pnoa, How to Test Your Eyes Order Sent FREE. SOUTH FRANKFORT. MO NOGcRAMS I ALL KINDS OF M M A J. 3t. JEWELRY i '4f W. S. DEHONEY DRY GOODS, MADE TO ORDER. OTIS W. SNYDER, LEXiisraToisr, WM. ky. m LAHTDBETH'S CHEAP FLOUR. - Ror.NMi-.vno- n? , o GA1DEN m i:-- s. Estate Agesit, . 1 FRESH. lio-lo- n. 2o-l- v. FOR SALE OR Rim. VICE'S FLOWER SEED, AJ? excur.-io- ti Mies. ing. y m Advertised Letters, e'liANia-onr- JOE LeOOMPTE'S SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE. , Kv , July 7, liSSli. Anderson, V 11 Ualibii, dames i' Jioildte. .Malcolm Clay, Miss Ulackbiirn, Helen iiiillei', .hum j Coler, M.tiv K Ouvlor, Win iiuuoie, Joseph Duvall, Edward USUAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON llitcheiis, Noia THE at tho Kentucky Institution for Hodge1;, Lemtul trie Education a'id Training of Feulilo Minded lde, John Chtldron will hereafter take plneo every Friday Loelwiid, Win afternoon Irom 2 to i o'clock 1 M. Tho Insti- Currus, J 11 tution is opeu for visitors at any time whon most Mooie, L W convenient for thorn to attend. McDowell, 1' JOHN Q. A. STEWART, Supertntedcnt. Moss, ha Oot. Oliver, cS.iruli P Itowlett, Mary Cum 7-- tf, NOTICE. Deiu, John JJiivhII, J.luuzu Htiyhe", Misn .Sallie Clittiuhei, Muillm Klein, tl D Love, Amy Ma.e, Bun MncK, J'hoimw , KflOTfl.mBI &l SAMUEL AYER3, FORMERLY Or DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH MAIiEK, Successor to B. F Meek. Main Street, Frankfort, Ky., continues the watch repairing biislnece at the old stand. llv promptness and oarotul work be hopes to merit tho iiutroniigo of those who desire to have their wiitche ropairod with- -' daunige being donn thoin. Survoyorn' compulses rrpalrod nud other instruments requiring delioate nud accurato adjustment. ot In retiring from business in Frankfort I take pleasure in expressing my entire contidenco in Kr. 8. Ayres, nnd from ray lonjj acquaintance with htm as a workman, do not hosltato to commend him as every way oapablo of meeting the expectation of my former patrons. D. F. MEEK. Sept. 30-t- f Massy, Uobeil Neal, John cassitnoros. Ho is proparcd Page, Gallic to mako them up on short Mr. Wilson Miles and family, and Miss Scon, Winnie tdi ears, Ike .Smith, 11 L Ursula Cook, of Bagdad, Shelby county, notice, and givo perfect fitI Stephenson, ltebeceu Mis J W W weic the guests of Mr. It. J. Shannon and PRQPRIETOHS. ting garments, stylish and M PITTSBURGH. PA. wife. Saturday and Sunday, as was alo Mr. Whaleti, Katie JuneU-l- y James IJossel and wife Saturday evening, ,S.i advertised when calling for the above comfortable. feb.l.liui. Mrs. Martha Walslon is the boss mniks-ma- n letters. J. G. H.vrctiiTr, P. M. of this neighborhood, la- -t Friday a Flag- Pork. grey fox got alter her fowls and caughl a UKAI.KK IN hen; she heard the noise, got the gun and NEW IIRICK CO'lTAGES, located rpVOHroadvv.iv, Honey till you can't test. went to the door. The fox saw her and X on between Washington and began running, when she fired killing him Wilkinson btiecis. or terms apply to Itniu a on Id please oven body. ii.stantly. 'Rah for Martha. U A. THOMAS. Will gull at tho vory loweM figuresPlenty of tobacco plants at this time. May la.lf. Messrs. John, Joseph and Thomas Trm Mosi everybody is done setting out tobac- brought two tlsh to the Point last Saturday co. for sale, One weighing Hi pounds and the DR. ELY, Mo.t even body is through harvesting, other 85 pounds. They found ready sale for them at ten cents per pound. Dave C. D. D. and a very good crop (or this season, Moore was there and said that he wanted Mrs Xuiiuv Brewer, we are happy to say, 11 pounds, but when he got a glunp- - at the Office STTIRCrlGOIfcT DB3STTIST, is recovering from her recent illness. monster iie said that ten pounds would be KY., (Successor to Dr. T. L. Taylor.) Mr. John Ireland is very ill. They as much as he could eat at one mess, and ON ST. CLAIR STREET. as others wanted some he would not act think there is little hope of recovery. Can bo found at his ofllco from 8J a. m. to 5 p. the hog, but would divide and make out on ui. ready to do all kind of dental work to tho The Flat Creek base bull club will play ten pounds. That was right, Daw. Office Uourg 7 to 8 A. M., 12 to I P. M., 7 to entire satisfaction of those who may chosn to the Elkhorii club Saturday afternoon, Hawk Eyu. 8 P. M. patronize him. July Jtidire W. L. and Mr. Thomas Pence, of which tha imvic is sitUHted, belonging to M. Belle Point, passed through the Point Sun-da- E. Cochr.i'i, on tho Vot ido of Lewis trcot, .id joining W . H. iiruy's residence, in Fiunkfort. evening. For ttnus npplj to Mr. John savs he has parsed the D.W. LTN'DSEY. April 23, 1SS:I lm. in uiatiimouial line, and has pa?-ewithdrawn from the lace, and is no longer a candidate lor the honorable of matrimony, The bee tree that Mcsrs. Updyke and Shannon hid low to the earth has not. dis cotiraged them in the least The.v say bees they inii-- and will have, if the have to fell all the trees in the forest. Mr. W, B. Tracy has shouldered more bob than he can well carry, for the boys are visiting him jdaily with fish i.i one hand OF and n two toot rule in the other ready to measure and receive payment. Ro-sel d po-iti- on The one story lirick warehouso nnd lot on ifie w ::::; JUST RECEIVED BY BERBERICH. 1 dRStiMMSMBIBk Sf(r!?fi!h.fi.'W ...,- .v.vu, PTfia-i- T ma wjnivKii J ? ST. CLAIR STREET, . ,(i 'J ,fl iHirw35 KJiSjSJ wmmkmm it fw ifHr ra I! jrj MAIN and BROADWAY i Keeps constantly on hand clothes, dooskins, ana new. J est styles of fancy French R&m&ERs&ca 'dMjj - ITov Sale. 1 W. J. OBUVN, - ALL KINDS OF COAL J. JAMES FOR C ASHj BUSH," S FRANKFORT, 15-l- y in Catholic Building, I r ' 'i i i ' fc S.AU... ..... ,..-M- ;ivV ft FRANKFORT Snteredatthepont-nfBccd- t ROUNDABOUT. Mr H. K. Strange, driver ol the steam r fire engine, while niniulinc on a step-ladde- at second class mailable matter. i1J ?v Frankfort, Kentucky washing the transome light over the tight entrance to l lie engine house, Thursday moriiini!, wiih so unfortunate as to have the GEORGE A. LEWIS, ladder fall with him. letting him drop some six feet, bruising hilend and fiactiliing hi- leit collar bone. He i now routined to hid and it unable to move either of his FRANKFORT, JULY 7, 18M. hands. I - r V" time for wliieh you Jmve paid Ims rxpireil and you are requested to call nround nnd settle. will lie airain of The old Market-Hous- e on Monday at 111 o'clock. fered at public sale Please hear in mint! that the blue pencil Col. John J, Scott ithtxitii: the foundation mark X on yonr paper indiontrs that the lor n herd of pure blood registered ,lerey Eduewood, cattle nt hi- suburban He has secured as on the Versaille-- ' pike. the head ot the lictd a tine young hull by Berlin Prince, which he purchased, together with a raded heifet, fiom Gen. P. V. liar He is now in coiespnidence with din protiiineut herdeis, and will, in a shoit time add several, line animals to those already pmchned. ! sev-iral The Excursion Wo veir.ure the assertion that no cxctir eionists eer lelt this city who had more short a time than the paity pleasure in which weM down the river Wednesday on hoard the City of Frankfort. There were about a hundred, not enough to uiipleaant-lcrowd the boat, and although the day was very warm a strong breeze was blowinj; on the river, which kept eery one as cool as possible. The boat left her wharf boat near the wooden bridge and pioceedul down the river to a point four or five mile? above Lockport, wheie it met the Hornet eoniinj; up with an excursion party of one liundud and fifty Iroin Carrollton on bouid, when she turned around and accompanied that boat up stream lor a mile or so to a grove where they both lied up and allowed the passengeis to go on thore for .dinner Most of the Franklort party took their dinner on board but thoe Iroin Cairolltou went out and had a regular picnic time ol it Alter dinner both parties returned to their boats and the two backed out into the mer, together, and steamed up to iJuniV the Lauding, wlitie the boats Lock to allow Hornet coming up to Cedar her passengeis to take a look at that structure, while the Krankfou tied up to the hunk and gave her party a chance to visit the village ol Monterey, which many embraced, notwithstanding it wa- - a tin. e quarters of a mile walk in the hot sun. About half pail three o'clock the Hornet turned her head homeward and passed th' Frankfort with a biasi band mi boaid playing u lively air, when the whistles of both boats were turned loose, nnd the hills v.eie with their hoarse 'chruches made to out (if sight around until the Hornet p At four and a halt n bend in the river. o'clock the Frankfort cast oft'hei lines and ftarted buck to thi- - city, which wa- - reached about 8 o'clock in the evening. themselve- - highly pleased All' expre-e- d tiip and at the kind treatment with their they had received at the handtol the officers of the boat. ToCapt Brashean ami Chief Clerk Zuck and bin acoomplised ladv, who was on board, was due much of the pleasure experienced by many of the paity. JiiHt before the boat reached the wharf the passengers were called into the cabin by the managers o! the excursion, a mieting organized, and the following proceeding ed re-ec- y Both tlie German and Leather carp raied in the pond at the have been tried and found to be excellent for table iic, and it is pretty well who ay thee lish are setthd that tho--fit to eat did not hnve them properly not Dr. Stewart iulonns us that a cooked large German carp he had ptepired for hi table was nn excellent tih. The meat was peifcctly white, tender, sweet, and nlmot lioneles- -. He is certain that it is a splendid Feeble-mindite e -- Lt loon IHII. Our worthy coutempoiary of the Round aiiout mil"! turn his paper over to some unprejudiced man during the canvas, and give his whole attention to Mr. .Julian, if lie wants to come out ol the Legislative race withcicdit He will have jut as much work as he can accomplish without bother Yeoman ingovel a newspaper. The RouNO.vnouT not being a political paper will not be mixed up in the race for and will be looked alter ju-- i the same as it the editor was not a candidate, although he will endeavor to hold ii) hi end ol the ticket, upon which he has had the honor to he placed, to the best of his ahilitv. Repie.-entutiv- e, Mrs. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart will leave Monday for Abilene. Texas, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Will. Hodman. Mr. H. A. Peter, wile and children, of Louisville, nie visiting Mrs. P.'s parents, Mr J. M. Todd and wife, in this citv, Mrs. Kate Venahle and daughter. Miss Millie, have returned from Deuison, Texas, and will spend the summer in this city. Mis. T. A. Crenshaw, of Versailles, spent seveialdays in this citv. the first ot the week, the guest of Mrs. Euirene P. Moore. Mr Peter Jett, accompanied by little u Mary Jett and Georgie Pnyne. left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Richmond. Mr. Robert B. Taylor, jr., who has been visiting his parents" in this city the past week, lell yesterday morning for his home in Hazelgrecn. Judge L, Hord and wife and uranddauuh-ters- . Misses Annie and Mary Watts Brown, left Monday afternoon for a visit of several weeks to Messrs. Upshur and Sandy Hord. A fishing party composed of Judge P. U. Major, Messrs. Sherwood Major, Chas. Noonun, and W. II. Gillin left yesterday morning on the Fannie Freese for the Mouth ol Drennou. Mis Annie Jones, accompanied by Master Ralph Jones, has gone on a visit to relatives in Indiana, to be absent for several months, whereat a certain Main Street clerk has gone into mourning. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat, of New Albany, Indiana, ind daughter, Mrs. Brinkly, of Louisville, who have been visiting the family of Dr. U. V. Williams for several weeks) home Tuesday morning. Mi-se- Beginning Monday, July AND 2! CONTINUING During the Best of the Season' AT THE ONE PRICE ARCADE! All the Summer and Spring goods are placed on forced sale at PBICES LOWEB Than Ever Known Before. We have been marking down all our goods at prices that will compel people to buy, and still we find it necessary to ask your attention to that fact. We have placed upon our counters 1 FORSALE Juno and lot of Mrs. N. H. Gay, on Drond-wn- y street, opposite railroad depot. Also the lot on Hlh street occupied by Mr. 0. B. Mnck-li- n us a coal offlco and yard. For' terms apply to Mrs. (Jav or to A. T. TODD. Hou-- e 2,000 REMNANTS! season. IM.tf. Articles ot Incorporation of Frankfort Chapter, No. 3, of Koyal Arch Masons. Mr. Jos B. Lewie, of this citv, is the f pu &' possessor of a Turkish scimiter which was capt tiled in the despetate battle on board the Philadelphia in front of Tripoli in 18U3. The Tripolitan who weilded it had just cut down an American sailor with it when he was shot and killed by a marine, who afterwards picked up the weapon as a tiophj and presented it to Dr. John Riclnrdson, ot Lexington, who was a surgeon on board the Enterprise, commanded by Commodore Decatur, and by him presented to Mr. Lewis in 1804. The marks of the sailors blood still remain upon the blade. It is about two feel in length and of splendid mental. .'p -- , .: 5 EfcA ,V. v o'.' ft The following extract" are from a recent Idaho, paper, and show of a what a Fiaukfoit boy is doing in the far West. Jo'ins. eays that it doesn't make nny difference how much fun the boys make ot him in the fiit item, a- - he made twentv-tiv- e dollar. by the proceuling: Col W. Johnston Todd has, during the pat tew davs, won additional laurels to his taiiie in his new otlicial c.iieer as a deputy that the flret constable. I'he bovs mix paper the Col served he was so excitul that bad: lie commenced reciting the ten command Gen. Scott Blown was called to the chair inente, and wound up by telling the prisoner nnd Geo. A. U'vvW appointed Secretary. how much he could make by purchusin-- : v thiouirh Todd's leal estate Chas. loie in On motion. .Judue V. L Jett, Mi"i-r- . agencv. S. Green and. Jan. Andrew Scott were apFor rre bargains in Heal Etate go who pointed a committee on vV. .), Popd tc Co to reported the following, winch were unaniTeams are wanted to haul lumber from mously adopt d: the Potlatch mills. Apply to excurResolved, That the thanks of litis W.J. Todd A: Co. sion party are due and hereby tendeied to II. C. Brashears, Captain; .John A. Zuck Persona). and Thos. Gavin, Clerks, Clni-- . Buder CVIi Show, Mine, .l.anes Mr. Ben. B. Hobeits, of Louisville, is visitSteward; mid Thos. Coger, Pilots; and ing relative- - in this chy. Claxton Johnson, this county, is vinit-nithe other olii:eis and crew, for their Mro. V L. Jett, .South Side. kindness and couriey to lach uniform and that we take pleasure in Elder Paph Julian and wile, of Madison, and all of Steamer City of Ftatik-for- t Indiana, are visiting relatives in this city. recommending the. i, Miss Ella Minor, of St. to the traveling public. is visiting Mrs W. S. Dehouea this city. BitONX, (Jhniiman. Scott is visiting her sister, Mis. J. D. Uohiu-o- ii Geo. A. Lkvvi- 6cy. Mie. Dr. A. N'eat, in New Albany, ludiuna. Miss Nettie Armstrong, of Lexington, is NOTTS Mrs. Z T. Thoniassou, South Side. on visiting Out of about llnee hundred persons of Nashvillo Mrs. John D. Uiuhuid-oboth boats not a inuu could be loiiud in the Tenues.-ee- , is visiting relatives in ilns county. whole party who was under the influence of Mr. C. E James left Thursday alternoou liquor. lor a tli lee week viit to hi. Louis and Mr. II. G. Mattern, the Capital Photo Texas. grapher, took his instrument along urn! ho has been visiting Mis Sue Jenkins, made a number of pictures, which he will Mis Annie Jone.--, South Sale, has returned home. get up in steieoscopio views. singer of the Miss Floieuce Ciomwell, of this county, Bob Franklin was the sweet Charley is visiting Mrs, J. J. Biooks in Richmond, party, though Messrs. Zuck and Kentucky. Newton lay some claim to that honor. Miss Nannie Green, of Louisville, is visitSeveral gentlemen and ladies took advan- ing the family of her uncle, Mr. Chas. S, tage of the excursion fo visit friends down Green, in this city. the river. Mis. Geo. W. Gayle, of this city, spent Some of the ladies got sea sick and come this week with her' aunt, Mrs. John R. Scott, near Ducker Station. home with raging headaches. -tie Mo-coMo-cog U- AitT. 1. He it known to all whom it cern, that wo, Frank 0. Hughes, Stafford, Jiuiies A. Murray, V. A. Kaltcnbrun, Gustav. Shaefcr, Geo. A. Lewis, E. White-sideW. T. Reading nnd V. II. Phythinn, do hereby associate ourselves together and become incorporated, under the corporate name of Fiankfort Chapter, "So. 3, of Hoyal Arch Masons, in puisuance of, and by virtue of the of chanter 5(5 of tho Grncuil Statutes of Kentucky. The principal place of transacting the business of said corporation shall bo In tho city of Franfort, Kentucky. Art 2. Snid corporators and their associates and successors shall so contliiuo nnd have succession, ond by said name arc made capnbie in law, as natural persons, to sue and bo surd, plead nnd bo impleaded, contract and be contracted with, unsworund be answered in all courts of law ond equity in this Common-waelt- h ; to make, have and use a common seal, atid the same to brink, alter, or amend at pleasure. They uiny mako nnd ordain s for their government, and those now in force in said Chapter to alter when deemed proper, and may change and renew the same at pleasure; prnviiUil, they be not in contravention of the Constitution r laws of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky, or General Ornnd Chapter of the United States, nor in contravention of tho Constitution and laws of tho United States or of tnis State. The said corporation shall have power and authority to acquire and hold real nnd pcr-on- il estate, not exceeding twenty-fiv- e thnu-an- d dollars in value, and from time to lime, if deemed expedient, sell and convey the same, or an.v part theroof, and to reinvest and dispone of tho proceeds. Am. 3. The business affairs of said corporation shall he invested in tho person who shall, irom tiui", to time fill tho positions of High Priest, Secretary and Treasurer, subject to thu will of a majority of said corporation expressed at a regular stated meeting. In witness whereof tho undersigned corporators have heieunto signed their namos this 19th day ot June, 18S3. V. A. KALTENIIRUH, F. C. HUGHES, JOS. It. STAFFORD, JAS. A. MURRAY, GUSTAV. SHAEFER, GEO. A. LEWIS, E. WHITESIDES, W. T. READING, W. II. PHYTHIAN. s. pro-vtioper-petu- nl that will be sold at half their regular prices. We don't advertise telling the public that we are selling goods at half its cost, but we do propose to sell after a sutcessful season all goods far may con below its value in order to realize the cash, and make room for the next J(., n. HARRIS & HERRMANN, Of The One Price Arcade. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable. L. MAN&AN, SE., & CO., Prop'rs. Cliaa-tcaa- . Street, IfcTcrtlieast Corner, Capital SqfU.ar. Hacks and Furniture Hauling a specialty. on short notke. Hauling of all kinds done Orders by telephone promptly attended to. Jan. 6-i- y HATS T HATS STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, DERBY HATS. T WHITE HALL, CHILDRFNS STRAW HATS, PELT HATS, DERBY HATS, Bricklaying. KI for kklayiiig.Jfurnishing material, A J.tract UK PATRICK CO. WILL a specialty. All work Joh & Ac. hi vvoik war-mute- CON-- , d to give satisfaction. I June -. HOPE MILLS FLOUE, MANUFACTURED BY Jo-ep- h, Mis-our- MEN'S CRUTCHER BOYS' eft Mackinaw Hats, Manilla Hats, White Straw Hats -, 1 1 Berry & k, J. L. Versailles, I1Y FOR SALE h tm. ALL DUNL AF'S LATEST STYLES STAEZS. FRAN K STORM I u, Hoggins & Baird, Main Street, opposite Frankfurt, Ky. & W. H. Wnggener, J. O. MAUEE, ARKNT FOR THE MACHINE COS. EDWARD HI. DRANE, flamburg'Ainericnn AND ALLEN HOYAL Mail Line WORKS, JONES BROS., Proprietors. Mai atacturersof all kinds of New Work lui GHAZ1T DEALER, FRANKFORT ICY., "IT7-IL- MILLER'S AGENT, Mill LIKE STEAMSHIP Ticked to and from Europe at lowest rates. ALSO DEALER Flour Mills, Distilleries, Saw Mills, STEAM GAUGES, IN BE IN THE MARKET FOR SUMS riTTINM OF ALL KINDS, AC. the new crop of wheat at the highest nice. Don't sell until you see him. He OHAMPAOXE OIDUB, buys for the Southern trade; has always paid Con tracts for New Work in ar.y pan better pi ices than any buyer in the market. GINGER ALE & SELTZER WATER. Will receive grain at any point on the River Order left at Brewery Offlco will be promptly of the State. attended to. or Railroad. M1Sdeijr wSEt f Sorne Ann and Broadway itreett June MINERAL WATERS, r 10-2- ui March 3-- tf. Side, Frankfort, Ky. April ifrt, yfi jgAriaiMi' w&i WmmiW&toimwmmw w&. 7 'W&' M ft ncction for Cincinna i, arriving there at ia:t5. P- - "i. No. 24 m k s connection from Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. m., arriving at Frankfort at 8:30, P m' E. P. HRYAN. Agent. Co. for dry Go to Messrs. Morris-StainThe Postmaster General is after the Louisiana State Lottery and may shut it building material. out of the mails before tlioce of our citizens FRANKFORT, JULY 7, 1683. Ifyou want to catcli nn early train, you who hold tickets in the drawing of the will not be left if you have a meteor lumiof the LAREESTGIHGULKTION IN CITY AND COUNTY tenth ol this month receive notice nous clock, for it has an alarm to awaken large fortunes they avo draw you, nnd then its dinl shines so that you Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., will can see the time in the darkest room. SeiTO TRAVELERS. communicadell has them for sale. meet in regular Commencing Monday, October tfi, the follovdna tion on Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock, TIip ttme table will be in effect on the L. & N. R. R. for s Lumber Company, of There will be work in the M. M, degree, this point. this city, nre overrun with orders, nnd will and a full attendaiioe of the brothers is TRAtNB NOnTH. soon have to begin running night and day. Arrive at desired. Leave Leave Fans and ice water will be on Lexington. Frankfort. Louisville. 11:37 a. m. hand. No. 18 io'ij A. M Fort Sam: A desirable building lot in 7'oo A. M. No, ao t. tros r. m. 9:53 r 7:20 p. m. r. M. South Frankfort. Apply at this office, . 5'48 p. m. No. aa a:3S r$ Mr. Sam. I), .lohusnu. on Thursday of arr. at Frankfort8i3o p. M. No. 24 $'.i$ p. M. last week, while standing on a chair engaged TRAINS SOUTH. The meteor clock with the luminous dial Arrive at in unfastening the top bolt of n door, was L ave Leave s the latest thing out. For sale by P. Set., Louisville. Frankfort. Lexington. A. M. to Vnn a. 11. 8:it a. M. No. 17 unfortunate ns to slip and fall, and his bert, No. at leave Frankfort 600 A. M.arr. Loti.o'lo . M. back coming in contact with the chair P. M. P. M. No. 19. . . M. 4:10 3'ooP. M The best and largest assortment of clocks S'tS No. at . . . a:a7 P. M. f.to P. M. he teceived injuries which have confined Train No. at makes connection for Cincinnati, arat I'hilliitSelbcrt's. riving there at 7:15, p. m. Train No. a3 makes con' him to bed for several days. - . FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, es . .. y CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main Si., Over Cratcher & Storks' White Halt Cloiliing Housi semi-monthl- Morris-Staine- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1 .v. aiEf t. . . . . SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of l;.. " of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25 tf. K 0 ' 3 Bacon 14 cents per pound nl J. s Ship your fieijrhl by the Fannie Frcese you want to get the lowest rates. i( The Meriwether Hotel litis been closed for repairs but will be re opened in u few weeks. The Fannie Freesc went down yesterday morning with a good lot of freight and a large lot awaiting her below. . The wheat crop in this county is turning out much better than win expected and the farmers are corresponding huppy. Noah WadUins, sent to the Penitentiary for life from Floyd county (or murder, has been pardoned by the Governor. The Fannie terest of low freights and cheap and should be niiatained by our merchants Freestpas-ag- e, to-da- y, is miming in the in- Elder George Darsie returns fiom his trip and will occupy his to Pennsylvania morning and pulpit as usual night. . - A party of about tiliy persons enjojed a trip up to Clifton on the Fannie Freese Sunday night. All hail a nice good cooling oft' after a warm day. Good brown Sugar o (JJ cents per pound at J. Heeney'e - Housekeepers, bear in mind you can get 8 pounds or over ol the purest lnrd, just arrived from Chicago, at 12J cents per pound at J. lleency's. Call and see tiie samples of iron mantles Win. H. Turner, formerly a colored citizen of this city, has rented the at Buckley's before purchasing elsewhere, barber shop privilege in the great Southern A large lot of drv scantlin and joints, all Exposition at Louisville for $500. Now sizes and lengths, for sale by Morris-StainI TAKE this method of informing the j. iblic that from this day I everyone who attends will be certain to get Co. nt Frankfort prices. will do a strictly One Price Cash Business, aking no' exceptions or shave if they desire it, as the a My stook of Easiest to Ci.kan. Nothing to do but to deviations. Professor has few equals in hii line. remove the dasher and scald out the bucket John Blauketiship, charged with being of the Victor Churn. Buckley sells it. TIN-WAR- E, one of a party of masked men who went to Lioht Working. A child six or seven the house of Ambrose McDatiiel Monday is very large, and the prices as low as good goods can be sold. night of last week and took him out and years old can do the churning with ease if him, was tried Thursday before you use n Victor. For sale by J. T. Buckwhipped Esquire Pat. McDonald and Judge R. E. ley. Gaines, and discharged, the evidence not For Rknt Two new cottages with four Thanking my friends and the public generally for their past generous being sufficient to hold him over. rooms each, good cellar, and splendid water. support, and trusting that I will merit a continuance of the same. Mr. John C. Wood, ol Mt. Sterling, nnd Apply to John Cochran te Co. Very respectfully, Mii-Hattie Paiker, a little brown eyed Finest stock of gold and silver watches, beaut , of this city, eloped from this place jewelry, fine solid silver, and silver plated Tuesday morning and were married in ware ever exhibited in the city before at They took the six o'clock train Philip Selbert's. Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. and were doubtless man and wife before it The dial of the meteor clock shines at was known in this city that (hey had any night so that the time can be seen in the such intentions. darkest night without the aid ot an artificial Dr. Lt'goNuttall, who married Miss Alice light. For sale by Selberl. Chestnut, foimeilyof this city, is one of I would respectfully inform tin; citizens of Frankfoit that I hac removed my stock of those who now has wnmll-noAnnouncement. at Port Royal. Henry county. The was contracted FOR REPRESENTATIVE. by his hein: called in as a consulting physiTO THE WAREHOUSE ON TIIE cian in the case ot a man who was exposed GEO. A. LEWIS is the candidate of the Reto it in Louisville, came home, was taken publican party for Representative of Franklin county in the next General Assembly. sick and died. Next door to the office of Messrs. W. A. GaineS.Co., where I am selling the old stock at Wo irc authorized to announces A. ft. BRAW-NEA night blooming cereou plant in Dr. aa a canli.lato for Representative of Stewart's conservatory, at the Call early if jou wish to get the 50 per cent, reduction in Franklin county, subject to the will of the peo- New Goods constantly received. former prices. Institute, celebrated the glorious Fourth ple at tho August election, 1S83. Wednesday night, by putting out two large FOR SHERIFF. blooms. Both attained perfection about nine o'clock, and were very beautiful. The WILLIAM CHURCH is the candidate of the In all its branches a specialty. Orders promptly attended to. Doctor clipped one liom its stem and has Republican party for ShcrltTof Franklin county. preserved it in alcohol. well-know- n FOR CASH ONLY. es '. first-clas- s 1 3 ''M (W? STOVES, GRATES, &C, Roofing, Guttering, and Repairing a Specialty. s Cin-citiut- ai. JOHN T. BUCKLEY, x AFTER THE FIRE! SIDE OF MAIIT dii-eas- e FURNITURE, &C, STREET, SOUTH R Feeble-Minde- d Grreatly Reduced Prices. May y The engineers of the Paris, Georgetown Republican Convention. & Fiankfort Railroad are running another Pursuant to a call, the Republicans of line between this city and Georgetown by Franklin county met in convention at the Having recently added to his Establishment way of the Stamping Ground. o Jourt House Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. First-Clas- s Planing Mill, Howard Farmer, a nine year old son ol The meeting was called to order by Capt. Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Mr. George Farmer, of this county, was J. C. Jackson, Chairman of the County attacked and Beverly bitten on the face by Committee, nnd on motion Dr. J. G Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding an infurhted sow one day last week. inlchitt was elected Chairman and Rev. J, M. Mason Secretary. ALSO Beginning Monday July 9th. the genera! On motion of Rev. D. S. Bentley, the delivery at the Post Ollice will open at 7. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning following Committee on Resolutions were u. m. The money and registering depart appointed: Judge Gotten out in tho Best Style. W. 11. Sneed, Henry ment will open at S a. in. and close at 4 p. May 15 tf. Rev D. S. Bentley, Win. Church, Samuels, m. and H. C. Greenup, who retired and in a short time reported the following, which Found, A gold lace pin, on the pike, near the city limits, bearing were adopted: 1. Iiaolccd, That we deem it expedient the initial letter M. Owner nan have tame to nominate candidates for the offices of Hbs Just roceived bis spring and summer stock of by calling at this ollice and paying for thin Representative' and Sheriff, to be voted for notice. nt the next August election. AND FANCY 2. Resolved, That we endorse the nomi''Zephyrs" is the title of a linndhoma nations for State officers at the late Lexington Republican Convention, and pledge our little pamphlet gotten out by the Railroad for the purpose ol support thereof. Mr. Geo. A. Lewis was then unanimously advertising the many pleasant summer nominated for Representative, and Mr. aborts along the line of its toad. Wm, Church also unanimously nominated &C. Messrs. Haly Brothers, the contractors for herifl'. Gall and see him at Swigert's old The meeting then adjourned. on the now city hall, are pushing the work stand, on that building nt a rapid rate. No time J. G. IIatcmtt, Chairman. is lost, and all the hands that can be utilized J. M. Masox, Sec'y. St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. are put upon t ho building. There is no iron or brass to touch the Nov, cream in the Victor Churn. Buckley has The ladies of the Pichhyterian Church them. will give a sociable at the resilience of Mis. Jas. M. Todd next Tuesday evening, the The Morris-StuiiiCompany ship dry 10th inet. Admission only twenty-fiv- e cents building lumber to Lexington at Frankfort OF COAL ON ALL KINDS at Lowest Prices byHAND including ices, cakes and fruits. for sale prices, freight added. KKW PLANING MILL. R. ROGERS. ' -- V 20-i- y. a J.M.WAKEFIELD R. K. McCLURE & BRO.. ( I'-iKb i ' Are making greater efforts than ever, W. T. RDNYAN, STAPLE to keep a well selected stock of goods, and sell at THIS SIFIiLTGr-LOWEST PRICES. THEIR STOOK OF ! a I ,. A v Chesa-poakc&Oh- io DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, rl MEW GOODS Vffl is simply immense. Their variety is Ji-3- COAL! COAL! es Larger Than Ever Before ! Oall and examine while stock is fresh. The Fourth was a very quiet day in this For Runt. Two, two. tory frame dwelcity. Most of our citizens went off on ex- ling houseson Logan Street.South Frankfort, cursions or attended picnics, and those who of five rooms each with cellars, cisterns, remained at home were too busy trying to gas, and till modern improvements. keep cool to stir about much. Apply to W. C. Hekndojt, . . G.B. MACKLIN. 83 GRAND COMBINATION, '83 Frankfort Roundabout WE AEE J', " Col. A. ?I. Swbpe, of Lexington, has resigned his position of Collector of Internal WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L There in no danger from tiro caused by Revenuo in this, the Seventh, District, and lighting matches at night to sec what time Judge VV. II, Sneed, of this city, is said to it is, if vou use one of Selbert'a Meteor Lu One year for only $2 00, Two papers for little more than the prioe of one, be the one most likely o succeed him. tninous clocks. .. Main Street, AND THE LOUISVILLE GIVING AWAY With every purchaser of ONE DOLLAR or more says: "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters (or general debility and shuttered constitu tion with benefit," Mr.Geore Warner, of the L. te N. R. R., j E, II. Clarke, Louisville, says; "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters lor general debility and it far transcends anything I ever tried." uy paying iu jj oo you will receive tor one year your home paper with the Oourler-Journu- l, the representative newspape, of the South, and the best, biighteit and ablest family Weekly in the United Statea. Those who desire to examine a sample eppy of the Courier-Journ- al can do so at this office, A Handsome Transparent Picture. ieptJ3-t- f ) niMiii x( &$&,. !.'' .d&&4:iJijd2 frnmnMTflf NMN ;iiiiifiiii)ri;ppfWMpwffMiywa.iyi ijiiuiiirji'j :;iMS17'f.J MSmMimkSSm& flTW' 3i J" i- rj""j W)VV 7p.v " - i ft.TiiUim, nng,j " r itwj.i1' w T" r3 t j ' xtjiuzwx- - r " il' i?? ' .infTiir r jctw rs-- in - t " " n FRANKFORt ROUNDABOUT. A . Remarkable r 4 A One of our bent citizens would sny to the public thnt lie linstriefl IInll'f Cnlnrrh Cure, nnil it i n tlint is claimed tor it. Trice 75 Confirmed by Three Important Interviews. Statement Fully ' ents per bottle. Lebanon Ridge. Farmers nre very biity on t lie riiljre now Mrs. Sidona Lee is on the sick list lliit week. Born. To Mr. James Allison ami wife, a son. Mr. .Tnmes Duncan las recovered from along illness. Mr, Frank Duncan has tnken his place as constable in .Jacksonville precinct. Mr. Hnwkeye nnil wile were on a visit to his father's, in Shelby county, tint week. Our Sunday school is in a flourishing condition. We have a large attendance and every body seemc interseted in the work. Mr. Cornelius Demure returned from Missouri the past week, where he has been for some weeks. He visiiinsx his son is well pleased with the country. Mrs. Sallie Ann Rem don is visiting 'Squire Tracy this week. She want" to Jake a good look at the 'Squire, in order whether or not lie has dimmed since he has been elected. If die thinks he has, they taken together will have their pictuu-again. in-latoa-certais . e ; 4, ) t 4 Cmitkr. Bridgeport. P. fV :., ,1 &r w iVV r t' i . m.- Oats splendid. Cabbage plants scearce. Early harvest apples next. But few boys in the country. Owen, Phil, and Walt right side up with care. Mrs Mnnda Edwards, of Lock port, is tieiting relatives in thi- vicinity. A severe wind and r.iin storm visited this f)wii last Monday, considerably damaeing vegetation. Mr. CWar Farmer, and family, of Louisville, armed in this place lat week, and will remain some time visiting relatives. Mrs. Fiancis Puckett and her son, Mr. Wm. T. Wilson, and bis wife, of Louisville, are in this neighborhool visiting Iriends and relatives. Mrs. Dr. A. Neat, of New Albany Ir.d., uml her daughter, Mrs. Estelle Brinkley, of have returned home from a visit to relatives in this section. Bridgeport, The three Franklin, and South Benson, united In&t Wednesday in a picnic. Messrs. W. H. Parrent, and J. O. Robinson each delivered addresses suitable for the occasion. The dinnei well all we have to sav about it is it was jnt splendid. Suflice it to ay the whole atlnir was one full of enjoyment to both old and voting. "The following well selected library was I of one of found in the inside our second couri-- college students, now residing in our villnge viz: How to Woo and How :o Win; .the Art of Love; Comtliip and Marring"; How to Cine Staiii'iarinj; n Hunter; Blazed Bowie Knile Bill, the Uulcli. or :u Path; Wild Bill ol the the Dwan of the Plain-- ; Texas .lack; Alone Ami besiib- - this collection on the Praiie. three pncl;aire- of Beard we have Elyixir. He thinks u mustache would be becoming to his library." Loni-villp, Sunday-schools, -coat-pocket Bi-oed published, detailing his remarkable experience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death. It would be impossible to enumerate the personal enquiries which have been made at our office ns to the validity of the article, but they have been so numerous that lurther investigation of the subject was deemed an editorial necessity. With this end in view u representative of this paper called on Dr. Henion at his rei deuce, when the following interview occurred: "That article of yours, doctor, lias created quite a whirlwind. Aie the statements about the terrible condition von were in, and the way you were rescued such as you can sustain?" "Evcrv one of them and tunny additional Few people ever get so near the ones. grave as I did and then return, nnd I am not surprised that the public think it marvelous. It was marvelous." "How in the woild did yon, a physician, come to be brought so low ?" "By nelcctiii!: the first and mo-- simple did not think 1 was sick. It symptoms is true I had frequent headaches; felt tired most of the time; could eat nothing one day and was ravenous the next felt dull, nnd mv stomach was out of indefinite order, but 1 did not think it meant anv thing -a An tinutial article from the Rochester, N. V., Democrat ami Chniic?c was published in this paper recently, and has been thesiib-jec- t of much conversation, both in professional circles and on the street. Appaiently it cnued more commotion in Rochester, as the following from the same paper shows: Dr. .T. B. Henion, who is well known not only in Rochester, but in nearly evcrv part of America, sent an extended article to this paper, a few days since, which was duly 1 Mjrions." - - Bloomington. The hlnckberiy crop piomises to be un usually large thi- MUb Annie Schuvbold of Fiankfort, a visit to the Missep Wallace this week C. B. Hayden. E-- q , has hix acres of to bncco with 10 leaves tollie stalk, rtouie of the leaves iiieiiuriiig 20 inches in length. Who can beat it? Mr. Hawkins, an aged and lesp'Tted citice of izen of thin place, died ,.t thu inst., after an Dr. Maon Bate-- , on illness of seveial davs n re-tid- ? - . w ' r tlic-4t- h V lrt RAT - i ' 4v,' ir hope she will come again. The Republican nominee for Sheriff was present at the picnic on the 4th. Mr. Church is a clever gentleman, and will get a few votes in this precinct. There was quite a pleasant social party at the residence of Mr. Hemy Church last attendance Wednesday night. Tlio-enjoyed themselves amazingly. Superintendent, Mr. Our Sunday-schoW, F. Smith,' was one ol the speakers at the picn.c on the 4th. Revs. Fotd and and made short Gains were also pie-eimpromptu speeches. Text. St. .John 5th chapter and 40ih verse: "And ye will not come to me that ye might have li'e," wuh the subject of mi able discourse delivered by the Rev. Mr. Ford, last Sunday at our district school-housevening. picnic at Peak's Mill The Sunday-schooon the 4th was a grand success in every particular. The singing by the choir was s very good in fact everything was friend, Col. Si. Hodges, made Our esteemed speech. A stranliis maiden Sunday-schoo- l ger to have heard him would have thought him a veteran in the cause. ol Franklort to attend the picnic on the 4th Miss Lyda is a dimming little lady and we Miss Lyda Grnhnm fame down from ut hv i e l & Mm r : first-clas- yw Nll'JJER. "But have these common ailments anything to do with the fearful Briglu's disease which took so firm a hold on yon ?" "Anvth'ng? Why, they are the sure indications ol the first stages of that dreadful malady. The fact is, few people know or realize what ails them, ami 1 am sorry to say that too few physician" do either." "That is a st ratine statement, doctor." "But it i a true one. The medical pro lesion have been treating svmplotns instead of disea-e- s for years, and it ts high time it ceu-eWe doctors have been clipping ofT the twigs when we lnuld strike at the root. The symptoms I have just mentioned or any unu-uaction or irritation of the water channels indicate the approach of Bright's disease even more than a cough announces the coming of consumption. We do not treat the cough, but try to help the lungs. We should not waste our time trying to relieve the headache, stomach, pain about the body or other symptoms, but go directly to the kidnevs, the source of inoit ol these ailments." "This, then, is what you meant when you said more than the deaths which occur arise from Bright's dibease, is it, doctor?" dis"Preciely. Thousands of eases are torturim: people today, when in uality it is Bright's disease in some one ol its manv foims. It is u Ilydia-hcade- d monster and the slightest symptoms should stiike terror to every one it'ho.has them. I can look back and recall hundreds of death" which phvsicians declared at the time were caused" by paralv.-iapoplexy, heart pneumonia, 'malarial fever and other common complaints, which I see bv Bright's now weie cau-e- d "And did all theoe cases, have simple symptoms at "Eveiy one of them, and might have been cured as I was by the timely use of the same remedy Wainei'- - hafc Cure. 1 am netting: my eyes thoroughly open in this matter, and think am helping others to see the facts and their danger also. Whv, theieare no end of tiutlis bearing on this subject If you nnnt to know more about it no and see Mr. Warner himself. He was sick the same as J, and is the healthiest man in Rochester He ha- - made n study of this subjuct am can givevou more tact-- , than lean. Go, too, and see ur J.atlunore, the chemist, at the University. If von want facts there are any quantity of them showing the nlai ming increase of Blight s disease, its simple and deceptive symptoms, and there tfa but one vvav by which it can lie Fully satislied of the truth and force of the Docloi's words, the icporler bade him good day and called on Mr. Wainerat his establishment on Exchange street. At first Mr. Wi.rncr was inclined to be reticent, but learning that the information desited wna about the alarming increase ol Bright's disease, his manner changed instantly and he spoke very earnestly : "it is ttue'that Bright's disease has in, creased womleifullv, and we find, by reliable statistics, that in the past ten yems its growth has been 2o0 percent. Look at the prominent men it has earned otl : Everett, Summer, Chase, Wilson. Carpt liter, Bishops Haven and Peck, and others This is , and shows a gieater growth than that of any other known coinpliiini. Jt 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 youjthink many are afflicted with it who do not lealize it. Mr Wamei?" "Hundreds of thousands. I have a striking example of this truth, which has just come to my notice. A prominent professor jn a New Orleans medical college was lecturing before his class on the subject of Bright's disease. He had various fluids under microscopic analysis, and was showin" the students what the indications of this terrible malady were. In order to show the con- d. al one-ha- lf d trast between healthy and unhealthy fluids, &nd Chesapeake he had provided a vial, the contents of Railway, which were drawn from his own pcrsoi . 'And now, gentleman,' he said, 'as we have KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST seen the unhealthy indications, I will show you how it appears in n state of perfect KOR health' and submitted his own fluid to the usual test. As he watched the results h s . countenance suddenly changed his color and command both left him, and in a trembTUB ling voice he said: 'Gentleman I have made That Brown's Iron Bitters ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN a painful discovery; I have Bright's disease will cure the worst case ol the kidneys,' and in less than a year he NEW SLEEPING CARS of dyspepsia. was dead." "You believe, then, that it has no sympFOR toms of its own nnd is frequently unknown Will insure a hearty appetite even bv the person who is atlicted with it?" A SOLID TRAIN and increased digestion. "It lias no symptoms of its own and veiy FROM olten none at all. Usually no two people Cures general debility, and have the same symptoms, and frequently gives a new lease of life. death is the first symptom. The slightest indication of iny kidney difliculty should be Cincinnati, and Lexington, Ky, Dispels nervous depression enough to strike terror to any one. I know what 1 mn talking about, tor I have and low spirits. to been through all the stages of of kidney disease." A Restores an exhausted nurs"You know of Dr. Henior's caser ing mother to full strength "Yes, I have both read and heard of it." CONNECTING IN SAME DEfOT WITU and gives abundant sus"It is very wouderlul, is it not?" FAST TEAINS POB "Afvery prominent case, but no more so tenance for her child. than a great many others that have come to mv notice as having been cured by the Strengthens the muscles and same means," nerves,enriches the blood. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO "You believe, then, that Bright'- - disease can be cured?'' Overcomes weakness, "I know i. can. I know it from the Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, of prominent experience ofenergy of hundreds persons who were given up to die by AND ALL by both their physicians and friends." Keeps off all chills, fevers, "You speak;of jour own experience, win t ii! and other malarial poison. was it? "A 'earful one. I had felt languid and For tickets and further Information npply to Will infuse with new life unfitted tor busiuiss tor years. But 1 did your nearest or address James the weakest invalid. When, how eve, not know what ailed me. (3. Ernt,Goncral Western Agent, Louisville, Ky. I found it was kidney ditlicultv, I thought C. W. SMITH. there was little hope, and so did thedoctots H. V. FULLER, 37 Walker St, Baltimore, Dec. :88t. For six yean I have been a great I have since learned that one ot the phvsiGeneral Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., sufferer from Blood Disease, cians of this city pointed me out a gentleRichmond, Virginia. man on the street one day saying, 'there so debilitated that I could not retain anything on my stomach, in fact, goes a man who will be dead within a vear.' life hatf almost become a burden. I believe his words would have proven true Finally, when hope had almost left me, my husband seeing Brown's iibid if I had not fortunately secured and Iron Bitters advertised in the the letnedv now known as Warner's Sn e trial, Induced me faper, now taking to give It abottle the third Cure." ' and have not felt so well in six "And this caused you to manufacture it? years as I do at the present time. "No it caused me to investigate. 1 went Mrs. X. F. GxirviM. gTLOUISVILLE &NASHytLLEffilg to the principal cities, saw physicians and using it, and I iheretore deterBrown's mined, us u dutv I owed humanity and the sutreriug, to bring it within their renca, and will have a better tonic now it is known in every part ot Anieiici; effect upon any one who is sold in every drug store, and has become needs "bracing up," than TO u household necessity." any medicine made. The reporter lelt Mr. Warner, much impressed Willi the earnestness and sincerity of his statements and next paid a visit to Dr. S. A. Lattimore, at his residence on CHANGE IN Prince street. Dr. Lattimore, although busily engaged upon some matters connected C A 1 S PHLLMAH with the State Board of Health, of which S. F, Smith, M. D. M. D U. A. D. he is one of the analysis, courteously anFROM LOTJIHVILIL,K TO swered the questions that were propounded him: Nashville, Memphis, "Did you make a chemical analysis of the case of Mr. H. H. Warner some thieeyeais Little Rock, Montgomery, Surgeons, ago, Doctor?' "Yes, sii." Savannah, "What did this analysis show you?" Office and residence next door to tbo Baptist ot albumen and tube casts "The presence Church, S. Clair streot. Mobile, New Orleans. in great abundance." "And what did the symptoms indicate?" "A sciious disease ot the kidneys" "Did you think Mr. Warner could PWT' inwumjM iwag&a io Know i m mi K' LOXJISVILLE, WASHINGTON CITY, 1 NEW 70BS. 1 wake-fulness,andl- ack 1 tickct-offiu- e, 1 1 pie-scribi- ng Iron Bitters mm SOUTH AND WEST WITHOUT inn THE FUME Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians FRANKFORT, KY. Jacksonsvllle, and MA wnifiiiUiK- - 5 s, df-ease-, fir-t- ?'' I 1 po-sib- le to-da- y. did not think it possible. It "No, sir. was seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a case had, up to that time, ever been cured." "Do you know nnythiug about the remedy which cured hini?'' "Yes, I have chemically analyzed it. and, upon critical examination, find it enliiely tree from anv poisonous or delete! ions substances." We publish the foregoing statements in view of the commotion which the publicity of Dr. Hciiion's article hits caused and to meet the protestations which have been made. The standing of Dr. Henion, Mr Warner and Dr. Lattimore in the community is beyond question and the statements they make cannot for a moment be doubted. They conclusively show that Bright's disease of the kidney h is one of the most deceptive and dangeios of ail diseases, that it is exceedingly common, alarming increasing and that it can be cured. 1 -,'- wrr-,wj'1i',''M UMM rrrns jfvwsst Seeking homes on lino of this road will low rates For Routes, Rates, llrao, Uc, mo E. P. Bryan, Agent, Frankfoit, or write to i?, Jiiiill receive cjuclal I kJ Ifiwn' C.P. ATMORE, I G. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. i m I t ! , . ,,. B7hiPHYSICIANS. niwiiSM mii Cuvlty-Chronlo 3atp?7h of tho Waoal and of the Ear. bye Ulcerative: Catarrh INTtRMALtY, or. and Throat. Ittstakon not DiRiOTLY upon the Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the System. It la tho boot Blood Purifier In tho and Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. WO-JLD- America Ahead! , 07EE333 CASTOR CgriN THE DIARKET.J23 And we offer One Hundred Dollures for any Oaeo of Oatarrh It will net Oi'reM OH RffiML WILL CUES FOE CUIUS ANY CASE. Office of A. T. Btowaut & Co. ) as ueivous debility, mental anxiety, depression of spirits, and functional derangements ot . nervous system, cured by German For tale by See advertisement. Joe LeCompte. self-ubuse, All diseases resulting from Invig-orator- Plat Creek. teiri-hie- e to-da- v Farmers began harvesting their wheat crops last Monday. Mr. Lewis Lee's new spring wagon is ready for marketing. OFFICE IN SOUTH'S BUT.0ING, FRANKFORT, KY. Mr. Newton Shackelford and wife were visiting Mr. Win. B. Tracy last Sunday. Ship Stuff, 11 ran, Shelled Oats, and Corn Messrs. Lewis Lee and Wm. Terrel wete nhvnys an hand. Flour exchanged for wheat. the guests of Mr. Riley Chirk lust Sunday. All k'nd of grain bought and sold. Dr. Eddings bought a horse from Mr. Charlie Brawner for one hundred and five dollars. AT Mr. Silas Reeves, of Pleastireville, wra visiting friends and relatives ut this place last week. JAM. X. SHAW. Mr. Henry Reeves and wife, of Heniy MuezIo Loading county, were visiting Mr. Paschal KeevtB Guns from 93.00 and wife last Sundav. up Breech Load' lng Guns from Catarrh-ithe seed of Consumption, aid 90.00 up Revol unless taken in time is a very dangerous dis vers from AOc.upi Hall's Catarrh Cure never fails to EuoloseBtampfoNSpagelllaatrated Catalogue. ease. cure. Price 75 cents. Sold by Joseph PITTSBURGH VIBE ARMS CO., LeCompte. rittiburqb, Pm GtnUemen:l take pleasure in informing you Hallo Catarrh Cuio. li lias that I lme usedvrry bad aud don't hesitate to cured mo I was say that it will cure any raso of Catarrh if taken foura ti uly, properly. J. B. Weathewtobd. WOBTH 910 A BOTTLE. E. MunnAY, Jackscu, Mich., wrltea Have had Catarrh for 80 years. H all's Catarrh Cure cureU me. Consider it worth 810.00 a bottle. by all Druggists at 75 cts per bottK Manufactured and sold by V J. CHENEY & CO. Sole Proprietors, TOLEDO, OHIO. For Sale by JOS. LfcCOMPTE, DRUGGIST, South Frankfort. 0ctl8-l- y old Mestrt. F. J. Chenev dt Co., Toledo, O. Chicago, 111., June 4, lfaSO. f FOR SALE &.SK BY ALL LEADING DEA'.ERS. FOR IT! 17-3- ia BUY ITU TRY ITIU . march EGBERT . JCQP'Pliuri & SON, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. a Bivciulity. and Decorative Paper Hanging 16-1- 1 .I VI 'I Order left at Averill's drugstore will be promptly attended to. April MILLV1LLE MILLS T) rT3T3TT'Ti XuVJJJJJXjJL uBsnwm.cbyur "" the great use of health restored Which ?.,Iy robbed Thousands of graves arc aiimi. of their victims, Prolonged, happiness mid GERMAN INV1G0RAT0R positively and permanently cures IMPO-TENC(caused by excesses of any Undi, SEMINAL WEAKNESS. Jnd all diseases that SlfoVa as loss of energy, loss of sc(iieucy of memory, universal lassitude, pain in the Lack, dimness ot vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and n prcmatuiu J Send for circulars with testimonials grave. frtc by mail, 'ihc INVIGORATOR Is sold at Si . per hot, or sW boxes lor $5, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing I". J. CHENEY, 113 Adams st Toledo, Ohio, Sole Agent for the United States. For sale by bclf-abus- SEED OATS! Wholesale and Retail s GUNS JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, SOUTH Hiru. Exe- r - $ Job Work Neatly cuted at this Office. s ' Vr v"i '! ''i -- . v.- - WTnnil im Ms8ik3Sgm&-&-&U- - '1 FaBrffffillM8