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Volume VIII. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 9, 1885. Number 34: I
Which are Justified by ah Extraordinary
To the Public Greeting: As the
conductors of the largest business of
the kind in the world (and therefore
having an extraordinary experience),
we feel Justified in making the following
Our Theory Proved.
JPIR8T. Wo have held from the beginning
that most of the common ailments
are caused by primarily kidney
and liver disorders,notprimarily by bad
bipod; that baa, blood is caused by
temporary or chronic derangement of
me Kiuneys unu uvur, unu mm, oy
restoring these blood-purifying organs
to health, we could cure most of the
common tuimenw. utner practitioners,
however, Jiave held thai extreme
kidney and liver disorders were incurable.
We have proved to the contrary
in thousands of cases.
Safeguards Against Epidemics.
Second. The kidneys and liver are
the sewers of the system, and unless
thejr are kept In perfect working order
no amount of public sanitation can
prevent epidemics raging among the
people The prudent man, in the winter
tnf spring, will fortify the system
4 against any such possibility Doctor
Koch, the celebrated German Scientist
"V and physician, says, for instance, that
p cholera will have but little effect
i Hinnnc those who keen the rH costive
X organs and the kidneys and liver in
healthful operation. Warner's Safe
Remedies are the' best scientific curatives
and preventives, and should ,be
used now as a safeguard against any
Third. We do not cure every known
disease from one bottle, for Warner's
, Safe Remedies number seven scientific
specifics, which have been put
upon the market, only in obedience to
strong public demand.
Fourth. Warner's Safe Remedies,
spite brail opposition, have won
, the favor of the profession as well as
the masses, and are recognized as the
A leading standard medical preparations.
' Strong Guarantees.
Fifth. After six years of unequal-ed
experience, we can give these unqualified
GUARANTEE I.-Pure and harm-
less. That Warner's Safe Remedies
are pure and harmless.
GUARANTEE II. Testimonials
Genuine. That the Testimonials used
by us, so far as we know, are bona
fide with a forfeit of $5,000 for proof
to the contrary.
JGUARANTEE .III. Cursive Ef-
' feds Pernuinent. That Warner's Safe
Remedies are riot merely temporary,
but permanent, in their curative effects
and will sustuiu every claim, if used
aujivitruiy uuu us uirecieu.
Proof!? of Permanency
Sixth.-- Special inquiry among
hundreds of our oldest patients results
in unequivocal testimony that , the
cure3 wrought six, five, four and three
;vears ago, were permanent And most
of these patients were,pronounced incurable
when they began Warner's Safe
Read a few of thousands of testimonials,
B. J. WORRELL, Ellaville, Fla ,
in 1870 was prostrated with, Bright's
Disease of the Kidneys; GO bottles of
Wawter!s Safe Cure restored him to
heab?.'. In 1834 he said: "I have been
curedyfour years, and ,my case is
Mr, W's case and cure are
certified to by Ex-Gov. G. P. Drew.
N. Pr CHEDESTER, N,
vG., vvris cured of Strained Back and
Rheumatism In 1881 by Warner's Safe
Cure, aud November 28th, 1884, he
wrote, VI have since been sound and
Rev. Jr. P. ARNOLD, Camden,
Tenn., for ten years suffered frpni Abscesses;
in 1881 he began to use Warner's
Sufe.Curp, and in June, 1884, he
wrote "My health is as good as ever."
DAVID TOOKE, Cofuhibus, Terf.;
in 1880, tfas cured pf Black Jaundice
and Hemmorrhage of the Kidneys,
by Wa?ner'a Safe; Cure, July 1st, lp84,
he,wrpte: "My health has since been
Ex-Gov: R T. JACOBS, Westport,
Ky., was prostrated in 1882 with severe
Kidney, disorders, and lost forty
pounds of flesh. He used Warner's
Safe dire in-1882, and June 28d, 1884
he wrote; "I ImYei.neyer.enJpyed better
health, all owing to Warner's Safe
vCHARLEM E, STEPHENS, 1,228
8d st, Louisville; Ky., in 1882 used
Farming Implements, Field Seeds,
Ann street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky.
Old HickorV Wngon,
South Bend Chilled Plow.
Krinley, Maltar, Helkle,
And Brown's Plows and Cultivators.
Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming
Gear always on hand.
CAPITAL ART GALLERY!
H. G. MA.TTERlSr, Prop'r,
No. 439 Main St,, Over Crufcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing House
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY
of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people ol
Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at
Warner's Safe Cure for his daughter
who had Bright's disease, and had
been given up as Incurable by the best
physicians. In November, 1884, he
reported that she was in excellent
health, and gave the credit wholly to
Warner's Safe Cure.
W. E. ANDERSON, Black Water,
Florida, past Grand Master Mason of
the State, was cured of serious' Kidney
and Liver disorder in 1882. and in
November, 1884,he reported nis health
as excellent since Warner's Safe Cure
Seventh.- It is a source of great
to us that Warner's Safe
lemedies have been permanently
beneficial to so many sufferers This
permanency of power over disease gives
them the most exalted rank, and in this
particular they have no equal.
H. H WARNER SU.
Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1885.
Mount Morris Theatre.
"A Celebrated Case" was affectively
given at the Mount Morris Theatre last
evening by Mr. Bennett M attack's
Company, before a largo audience.
The management put the piece on in
handsome style. Mr. Matlack's Jean
JRenaud Is derervlng of notice, and was
a clever bit of acting New Yovk
At the Opera House Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings next.
Frankfort, Ky., April 6, '85.
Editor Boundabout :
Dear Sir: You will please give
mo space in your paper to reply to the
Dr. S. F. Smith announces himself a
prohibition candidate for the Legislature.
If there Is a prohibition party In
Franklin county he should have nad
the politeness to ask it for the nomination
The probability is that the
Doctor is a party in himself. Yeoman.
I would inform the Editor of the
Yeoman that I did not have to ask for
a nomination, nor buy it with money
and whisky, and that I am for good
government and opposed to bribery,
corruption and party tyranny. I was
called into the field by sober men and
will make the race in the interest
of the tax-payers, morality and humanity.
Lara not in the race for the profits
and honor accruing to a Representative,
but as a duty i owe to my county,
my State, and my God.
S.' F. Smith.
We, the undersigned, have made
and ustd, Bernard's Challenge Labor-saving
Laundry Soap," and find it to
be a soap. Mrs. Dr. George
Chlnn. Mre Whit. HalL Mrs. Will,
Hawkins, Mrs. R. R. Parsons, Mrs.
Geo. A.Lewis. ,, t ,, , v..
O. H. C. Scanland, Agent.
Mr. Winston Vaughn, an old citizen
of the Bridgeport precinct was stricken
with paralysis Wednesday and is
lying very ill at his home near South
FrankfortW. O. T.TJ. Notes.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet in the chapel of the
Christian Church next Wednesday
afternoon at three o'clock. Everv
member is requested to attend, and
visitors are cordially invited. Come,
and by your presence give encouragement
to the temperance cause.
Relief from Malarial Poison.
For six months past I have been
affected with a very serious case of
typhoid malaria, which I contracted
on my orange grove in northwestern
Florida. I tried several remedies, but
everything failed me. Two weeks
ago I purchased a bottle of Swift's
Specific, which has proved a sure cure
for this dreadful malady. I had almost
given up hope of ever being
well acraln, for I had tried so
many remedies, all of which had failed
to do any good. Would to God that
all the nfflcted people residing in the
malaroiis counties of Georgia, Florida
and Alabama would read this and try
the S. S.S. instead of dosing themselves
with quinine and mineral remedies.
I feel it my duty to suffering humanity
to write this certificate, for it may be
the means of many of my old friends
jtrying this great remedy as I have
done. So strong Is my faith in it that
In every case where the directions are
followed I will guarantee a sure cure
or forfeit one hundred dollars.
Chas. D. Barker, Publisher,
"It is a Wondeful Remedy."
For many years my blood was in a
bad condition, manifesting its character
by a scrofulous breaking out on both
my ankles, which caused me considerable
suffering as well as a great annoyance.
Seeing the name of Rev.
Jesse H. Campbell, of Columbus,
Ga., attached to a certificate concerning
a cure by Swift's Specific, I wrote to
him about, this remedy. His reply
was that "it is a wonderful remedy."
I tried it and found the action very
much as described ri the directions. I
used about one dozen bottles, observing
a steady and almost dally improvement
from the start. I was entirely
cured of this disagreeable and distressing
disease. That has been nearly a
yea,r ago, and, I find no signs of the
disease returning, and am ready to
testify with .Rev. Mr, Campbejl.tbat
Swift'sSpeciflc "id a wonderful remedy' '
R. M. R.
Charleston, a C, Feb. 5, 85.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift, Specific, Com
Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga.
A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN !
GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP
$15.00 AND OVER.
PVJHK K uiuHjL K fa&
WE DO IT.
The season has
been late, prices in the
East have been depressed,
and we went into
the market late with
CASH IN HAND,
and bought goods at
prices that were unknown
in the history
of the trade. We have
bought n mammoth
stock of Boots, Shoe;,
Clothing, Hats, See,, and
wo offor this Watch and
Chain as a premium for
cash trade. None but
will get the Wntch.
Oar price3 we guarantee
are lower than the came
goods can be bought
our goods were in the
house and marked in
plain figures before we
thought of the
and consequently w
can not charge you one
cent more for the goods
CRUTCHER & STARKS,
Main Street, Frankfort, Ky.
The Largest Asortment of Underwear,
SUITS ARE THE BEST FITTING.
Our Stock of Furnishing Goods is the most complete.
Give us a call,
HUDSON & MEAGHER.
Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jar,
It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. It will whip eggs
to twice the bulk of any other beater.
SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER
The nicest thing ever made for that purpose.
SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER,
It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them.
Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled.
Tsr OIL o
Approved and used by the U. S. Government.
Plain and Fanoj Water Ooolera, Toilet Sets, Bath Tnb, Berlin Agate and Bnamelei
Ware, and all kinds of Tinware j SeTen different kinds of Ioe Oream Freeiin;
live kinds of Goal Oil StoTeej Gasoline Stovesj All kinds of Goal and
Wood Cooking Itores, from the smallest to the largest1.
Plaia and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe, and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate aid Irea
Boofing a ipeoialtyand for whloh he is oelebrafod all oter ike Italia.'
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