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Gteiffiu Eros Toys are to he Bold regardless of Pric".
FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT.
I'uiMiant to n call issued, i tnoetin of
c.itii'.ens oiio.uu'i to tin use of whisky ivntl
money in our city uni! county elections was
held at the Court HoifeTucpdny nijjlit.
On motion of Mr. K. 1 Hnun, Her. ,),
). Tliarp win culled to the chair unci II. fi.
Mntlern Appointed Secretary.
On motion, E. P. Hr.vnn. .), X.
Onitcher, and E. A. Fellmer were appointed
a committee on "who reported
l lie following
Jiciolved, That we deprecate the me uf
intoxiuatiii): liquor or money in onr elections.
Believini: thnt it has heen the source
of much unwise and has for
many years controlled our -elections of
oflicers, we are firmly of the opinion that
the time has come for u to declare that we
will not ote for nor a candidate
who hrinjjs to hia aid either liqu.iy or mone
to advance hia interests, and that we declare
oar uuqunlilied condemnation of all undue
means for election of candidates to any
ollice, believing that representatives of the
people should he selected for their sobrietj.
litne..s foroflice. and entire cleanness from all
cliques or jobs.
K. P. BUY AN,
.1 N. CUCTCHEU,
K. A. L'ELLMElt.
The meeting wi by teveral
gentlcmcu.
On motion it was ordered that the proceedings
of the meeting bo published in the
city papers J. 'B. THAJtP,
Ciarin.
II. G. M.T7t:n.v, Secy.
The meeting would have heen largely at
tended, but for the fact that mane person
went to the Court Uoue in the early part
of the evening, fourd the Chancery Court
in session, and thinking there was to be no
meeting went away. The court adjourned
about eight o'clock, when the above proceedings
took place.
I C Catarrh has destroyed your seri'e of
Rmell and hearing, Hall.-. Catarrh Cure will
cure you. 7f cents per bottle. Druggist
t.
Belle Point.
Mr. Ed. Brawner and family have moved
back to town.
Airs. Lucy Conner, of I.ouiswlle, i'p
relnthe.s here this week.
Mr. duo. S. DavU has rented rooms from
Mr. Jar. Moore, and moved in.
Mis Nannie Stivers- tinted relative in
the lower part of the county week.
Mr. Ciia. I visited lelatives in
Woodford county the of the week.
Mr.-. W. II. Netlierlon, who hren
quite ill for some time, i impiovim: slowh.
Mi,s Liie Penn, from the Plea-ant
Rhine neighborhood, i?ited Mi. Nannie
-Stivers Monday.
Mr. AV. II. Lewi- has purchased of the
Jid. Burn heir- a lot on Kentucky avenue,
adjoining Cup' S. V. Pence's property, lor
cash.
Mir- Maggie Deniore! who ha-, heen
Mriting the Mi e-Todd at Lake Park for
lime, returned to her home in New
.Iciey
Mr. Sid. S. King, who ha been on a
three ucekV visit to relatives in Illinois and
ruurned in time to eat Thank-giving
dinner in town Thur.-day.
On dink nights the btrcet lamp on the
cornel' of Kentucky and avenue i
kept lighted by Mr. . L. MeKee. who has
the bfot wishes of many mghth pedestrian'".
The annual election of Ihe Councilmcn to
represent she people of Belle Point for the
ear 1883 come off Januarv tJth. It is
probable the riitne Council will be ic elected.
The Champion Saw-mill sawing
lor this season week, having cut
.January lt eleven thousand live hundred
log-, making feet of lumber, being
an increase ol nearly a million feet over Inst
season's, work
About three weed;- ago .-nine one sjiot a
very valuable hor.c belonging to .Judge W.
L 'Pence through the hock joint of the lelt
him! leg, and he i now in a very had condition.
He was on Mr. Geo. Macklin'b
pasture at the time he was -ho', it was
' done between Saturday night and Monday
morning.
Captain S. V. Pence infoim me that the
stock in the People'- Kentucky Hiver
Company ha nearly all been taken,
and anyone that lias not subscribed and
to do so, can find stock books: at the
lollowing place-.; D L link's grocery,
I'eiguson tt MeekV Machine shop and .J
M. Wakefield's lumber ollice He al-o
Hays that the dividend denied fiom this,
company will not be less than 10 per cent,
if managed properly, hesiihs the extreme
low tate ol tnight it will afloid shippcis.
Now Captain Pence, ihe originator of this
enterprise, is well and favorably known to
the people along this liver n- a man of untiring
energy, and in eveiy way
capable of taking charge of thi enterprise
and making a grand of it. The
people along this river, who have been
gouged long enough by high freight, should
encourage Capt, Pence in getting up this
company by to the capital
nock, and by o'herwise lending their aid to
a company whose motto shall be "low rates
and cheap transportation to till."
A MINISTIlirH ESCAPK.
Prom the Asylum to the Bo&om of
His Home How it vns Done.
A prominent minister residim: at the ctiM
ha lift made the following tUatetiioiit,
wnieli i- herewith leprinted entire:
To the Editor of the Herald:
I luue alwiiH shiunk from appearing
prominently belore the public, but a
of the ilutx I owe humanity arn! the world
prompts me to a-k this oportunity tor
making a brtvf in voiir paper.
Whether it be tine with others I ifhnnot
sin, but dating my entile life I Inu frequently
nVen that pomt thing was
slow I and sileuth woiking to undermine
my health and lite. What it was 1 could
not tell, but ihtifsoine enemy ol my being
wa devouring me within I was certain. At
times I would win comparatively well and
then I would be attacked with the inol distressing
Mtnptciuis. 1 would l"el peculiar
pain- in Miumm part.- of my body, inv head
would seem luavj, m ;
mvapptlite would In- ratcnou one day
and 1 would loathe tood the day following.
Then again 1 would loe all in life:
would teel weary without exertion; would
become sleipy at mid-day and nt
night. my bren thing would bo
labored and m luart mutionle",
wlnle at other lime" l would palpitate
violenth. 1 thought the-e troubles weic
il.e lestilt ol mnlnria, and I Heated them
accordingly, but I got no better. Shortly
afterwards my stomach beenme di ranged,
my lood failed to digist, and the J
were of a peculiar odor and color.
And et 1 did not realise that these things
meant an thing serious. Finally I cnnulted
a number of eminent pbsiun., each one
ol whom took a different view as to the
cutibc ol my tioubleg. One -aid I was
from brain another spinal
ditliculu; heart iiHection, kidney
etc My sjuipionis were terrible, and
in the hope of rebel 1 was cauterized, cupped,
and 'objected to every
kno'w a form of treatment, liming one of
these attack, while at Hut Bank, N J., a
plnsieian called, and left a pivseriptiot .
Alter he had gone, I requested a friend to
go and ask him what he thought of my
trouble. The reply was; ' Oh, lie will be
till light in a few ilinv; it '.- only an attack
of delirium IK- wa" at once in
formed that was as 1 had
never used any kind ot intoxicating dunks;
whereupon he returned, made inquiries and
ehnngcdjiis But all the care
ol my Irieuds and physieiau availed nothing.
1 grew worse and what is
most teitiblc to think of, I "did not know
what ailed me, nor could I liud any one
w no did.
During tlie summer and fill of lnt year
my pulse ranged from 120 to lfJOper minute
1 had tio relish for food, and was indeed a
mot pitiable object. 1 continued in this
state until hist December, when I became
unconscious and lost my reason, though I
had two physician in whom myself and
friend placed implicit confidence In this
, condition 1 uns taken to Brattleboro, V:.,
' for the purpose of being placed in the insane
I remained theie until last Aptil,
being attended all the while by my faithful
wile who necr left me and "bclievtd that
some diseae and not n the ca'ie
of all my liouble I regained
in Match la-l and upon being taken
home. The advised that 1 remain,
but I upon leaving, nml we
began the journey, traveling -Jowly, i
at the dock b a liiend whom I
recognised and then I became again
and remained so for over a week.
When 1 once more tecognized tin friend
and knew m surroundings 1 deteimiiitd to
try, as a lust le-ort, a treatment ol which I
had heard much but knew nothing Neither
myself nor friend- mid much faith that it oi
anything could help me. but we to
try. We accordingly di-mi-.-ed the
gav.e up all other .renu die, and I
rejoice to say Hint with the ol Him
who guided it I am to-day a well man;
having not been ,-o vigorous for many yeni,
and I owe it all 10 the wondeiful, almost
miiaculon power of .truer' r Sate Kidney
Cure, the remedy which I
You can well imagine how grateful I
miift Icll under the circumstances, and, like
a new convert, 1 earnestly de-ire that all
who are should know a'd avail
themselves of mean of recouiy. Had
it not been for the remedy above unincd 1
should now be within the wall ol
an asylum or in my giave. The great
trouble with my casewis that no one seemed
to know what I was nfflicud with, and I m
that thousands of people in Amer-,ea
are in the sameor asiihilar condition,
and do not know it- cause. Kulnev
troubles are the most deceptive of all
diseases. They have no symptoms ol their
own, but often show of nearly
every known complaint. I know that people
are living every day from supposed consumption,
apoplexy, heart spinal
complaint, and many other when.
could the rial cause be known, it would ce
found to originate in the kidneys. In their
advanced stages kidney troubles are the
most terrible of all known maladies, in m
own ."experience can (ally virify. That J
hud Blight's of the,kidueys iheie can
be no doubt. That the symptoms were
those of many othe: diseases is cqunlU
certain, and that I was doomed to a terrible
death had J not been saved as 1 was, 1 am
The following letter just
conlirin this;
Vi:kmont, Asvi.vm foi: tub Insaxk, 1
Biurri.ooito, Vermont, Oct., 30, 1882. J
JUv. E. I). Hopkins:
Dkau Sih: Yours of the 21&t inst. received.
We congratulate you not only upon
Ihe continuance ol your health, hut also
upon its npparent continual improvement.
Few persona, I think, have parsed through i
so exnatisting evpoiionce as you and rallied
from it. Certainly 1 cannot recall one wh i
came to it in rr uitical, ami for davnnnd
weeks in ?o hoped? a stale lor imendment
as voti, and who survived and recovered
from it; for I think, you innv now consider
voitMelf recovered and no lunger on the
convalescent Hoping for the continuance
of your present health, with the best
wishes from all here,
I am, vours truly,
.1. SKA PER.
Oconic X. .J., Nov. 2, h2.
My Dkau Fkm'A'U. Heplvi'ig to your letter
1 would sav, I have been icqnainted
with my highly valued liiend, the Kev. E.
I). Hopkins about eighteen months, trid
very intimately acquainted for about six
month For a little more than live
months he wa an inmate of my houc. .and
we enjoyed contaut inteiconrse with each
other. When lie cime in April last he was
almost n, perfect wreck in point of health.
I thought he hml comiv ton I tir to die,
Soon afterwnids he began the ns ol some
o II. II. Warner A: Co ' iiamdv :
the Safe Kidney and Livir Cure, Safe N
and Safe Pills. From the time
he began their Use his improvement was
very marked and wonderful, and when hr-left
us, altei having taken some two dozen
bottles he was like a new man. The
change was the most remarkable I ever
witnessed.
SAMUEL MIIiJ.EK.
(Paste)!' of the terian Church )
In view, therefore, of these facts and with
a hope that all who read thi? may tal i
timely warning. I make this nppn statvtut nt
freely and for the good uf my lellow men
Sincereh,
(Ilr.v.lE. D." HOPKINS.
East Rkhord, Vt Nov. 7, ld82.
Capt San. Goi'ia now has on hand about
2 000 voting water maple shade trees, three
and four years old, which he will set out at
low prices, and warrant to live.
Me-iv. Medov it C'oll.ns purchase a few
! davs "nice from Mt. W .J. China a yearling
, lillv bv Lever, a weanling bv Ten I'lVeck
and the brood mare, alhe Harper, by
The latter i- stinted to Blue Eye-.
Price- private.
I Messrs. W. .1. it W. II. Lewis sold on
Saturday, to Mr. W L. Collins, a line y culling
filly by Ten BiO"ek, fust dam by
I Planet, second dam bv Autra!ian, thinl
t
jdatn by Lexington, for ?,(!() Mr. Collins
j will place her in charge of Eli -Jordan, the
celebrated trainer at Fleetwood Farm, who
will have her in to tart
in of tlie spring lace.s. .Judging from
her bleeding .-he will be heard Iroin on the
tuif in the nest vear or two.
no whiskey I
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not composed
mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemperance
by promoting a desire
for rum.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non-intoxicating
stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time absolutely
kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxicating
beverages.
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian
says of Brown's Iron
Bitters:
Cin.,0Nov. 16, iS8i.
Gents : The foolish wasting
of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indulgence
of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, will save hundreds
who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debility,
overwork, rheumatism,
neuralgia, consumption,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles-, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relief.
t3(B mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmftm
''STBPSS II JlffiE I Unvl,1Rm'cnt,J n.Med to hi KrtablWiment
f3nMBRittH IflUME ! First-Clow Pinning alii!,
-.,. W u n)w m, t0 fl,rnish a h,n,Js of
V. ':. .'ITiuALSB JJV PHTTUICIAKS.
Z7Vzvj?sr.vrvun'ji:ax.T!!:zsK
fTTT 1 -" wr I'Vliif :
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3ntn
lo
Thront, ivitnteon IHTKBALI.V.nBlJ
art OIWCCTJ.Y lilJOn xno uionn unn
'
Voh?5T5S WtM.0 !
charao for It, for 7 MAY alono. ,
1'X.tid
ttiTj uiriRnuii nt:n Pnn fllffAHn?? i
mbl WiftWfla uufta iw wefltttt
SariN 'i7E MABXvKTSEa
And wo otter Orm Kundrad Oollara for any
Coao of Catarrh tt will not Ouro.
XVILTj CVl'.K ANV CASK.
Offieo of A T. 8TKWAnT& Co. 1
Cnrcvnn, 111 , Jutie i, Ifcf.y. f
ZUsrrr F. J. Cheney .1 Cn , Toledo, O.
Oetillfvitn I !lco In liiftrralni: you
I lifte aai'J Kvll"o i itArrh ire. It In
cr.rcilnn' Iv.jiy .'t ' n! -fid don't hesitate to
wiV tl.a: It will ear- tpjfen
ttropci If. Vi 'n trulr,
J U V?c.vTHi.Rroan.
CVOKTTtr 810 A (iOTTLIS.
B. Mcr.r.AV. JuutdM, Mtoh , wrltm Ilnve had
Cr.lr.rrli for SO yean- Itull'n Ciitctrb Cure curl
mo C'otisMor It worth S10.03 tv bottle.
by nil UniRglsts t :& per bottle.
:m.l HOlTbe K J. CHSOTiY & CO.
SoIh l'rojtrtetoM, TOLKDO, OU10.
i"or S.tle by
.TCs. Lr.COM PTK, IUUnOTST,
Oct JS-1;, South Frankfort.
MnK7.li) Loading
Guns fiom 9:1.00 '
up 5'.rrr:;iS!siiBi
rSfi.ootips
veiNfrom flllr.inij
Eticlo.estnmpforlSpn!;eTllustrnte(lCiitiiloguo.
PITTSUUKOII KIKE AUMS CO.,
rittBburgh, Vti,
ARFISTS' MATERIALS!
WiroSOE, : NEWTON
OIL MYITES COLORS
GOODS FOR DSCORATISG
PANELS, PLATES. MIBBflRS. BDTTLES, tC.
JOE LeOOMPTE'S
south side drug store.
Capital Gallery
Fur tit-Kot? ami further information apply to
your or (idilruss V. . W.
Monror , IIvlsion mul
rj. frjt: s.ip v .-3;v"Rr V7 Freight I'aascnijor Agent,
.fe. W LiKL2.'iL ul ,VtVia?JJ ? I liOMinrtoii. Kv.
C. V. SMITil. II. V. FULLER,
No..8'J Mnln Street, over Cruteher & ?ti.rl' i Man.vjor, Gen. la.,. .Kt.,
"WHIIK HALL Cliiihni Iliufo, . .
PRANSFOST, GST LEFT
SIHICrAL IXDUCEMKXTf? AUK OFFKUKD
in tho v..ij of fine of nil ftyloo nini tie- i
scrititimij. Why will the i i . 1 1- ol Frinkfort'
semi t the uity lo" ik ish"Ti thev an i
con1Iuo.i:,i,fho,1,c ;
MAIL LETTiNGS.
Notice to Contractors !
i
I
l'CbT Officii DfcPART.MKNT,
w..,.. . f -'
ROUTK EAST
foil
fflsgiicroB, pnuDELnuuft w nm.
me ori.v LINK UL.NNINO
f:JLUW: MEW SUEPihB CRR3
ton
A SOLID TRAIN
KHOM
LOUISVILLE,
Cincinnati, and Lexington. Ky.
TO
WASHINGTON CITY,
00KNE0TIKG IB" SAME )3P0T WITfl
rAsr TJ1AISS FOE
JSi 'd W Sj f .SW Kj
Till U1KKCT ROLTi: TO
Lynchburg, Daiw,'Het Norfolk,
AXIi ALL
ieiSItlMfflii?I!S
TAKE THE
T ' ,. '"IT ,. n TIT T '-J-
Louisville & iNl asJiviUe
Railroad,
(Lou , Cin. it I.exinetoii Dieiiin:.)
'Die (mi fit TJirottgti Trunk Line to
';:vc
LQl ISVILI.E ami the SOUT. H.
IT IS
lob titles ihe Shortest Route
1
I T ,!ult' l "-'' 1Iot brings nnd
i . . , w' .
,TB m
j PULLMAN PALACE CAM
liiin TliroiK'li I'toin
Loitifjvillo to Mcroplnn,.
Little Hook, Nruthviile,
Decatur, Moutgomory,
Jacksonville, Floiida,
Mobilo aut! Now
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Truiris of fomnny from Frank Tort
cnnnevtinriH nt Lmiiillo tvith triiii, in
.Main fur .Meniiihie, Littlo Hock,
Moliilo nml New Also with
tram lor nil pointM in tho North unit Veil.
to nnl Te.n. shniihl writo or nee on
nt' this Coinjuiny htforo mreh:ulng their
Jljket?.
C. P. ATMORE, G. P. & T. A.,
Louisville, Ky
COAL!COAL!
ALL KINDS OF COAL ON HAND
and forsnleat Lowest Prices liy
(i.B. M.CKLJN.
October 1 6, 1882. j
I'hofosai.s will be received tit the Tex-i-Contract
Office of this Department
until of , oth, 0tt
3 p. its. January I0.S3,
for Ci'tnyisig the mails of the United
States upon the nnttes, and accord-inc
to tlie schedule of arrival and
departure .specified by the Department,
in the State of Kentucky
from July 1, 18S3, to June 30, 1S84.
Lists of routes, with schedules of
arrivals and departures, instructions
to bidders, with forms for contracts
and bonds, and all other necessary
information will be furnished upon
application to the Second Assistant
Postmaster General.
T. O. KOWE,
Oct. Postmaster General.
NEW PI.ANXM MILL.
!J. 3H. WAKEFIELD
' ' ' ' W
., M
' '
Scroll Work, Stair Work I Tuminp
Gotten out In tbo Iicst Stylo.
If. if.
IT BA NK FOET
MAGKiNE WORKS,
Mat aUcturers of nil IcinJi of Net. Wort, f1!
Flour fVlllis. Distilleries, Saw Mills;
STEAM GAUGES,
CRASS Fi7TIH?3 OF All. KIKD3, &C.
CSComraett for New Worlc in nr.y part
of the State.
Oik dnor wct of corner Ann ami
North ?i'l". 1'r.tnkforl, Ky. April
(II 1 fi 1 a i!
n 111 Sailmy,
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