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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, August 20, 1892, Image 7

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Tit. Hnltu HTrkiiaflinlrl flint m
incut
lis the finest remedy in the world.
Jt absolutely cures catarrh. It cures
Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures
vPiles liko magic Cures Salt Rheum
in the most soothing mannor. Cures
Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids.
Cures Coughs and Oolch. Can he
taken internally. A positive specific
tfor Pneumonia. Cute, Bruises, Burns,
Chilblains, Sores of long standing,
Corns arid Bunions are cured quickly:
different from all else: superior to all
else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes.
Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's
South Side drug store.
Political.
Saturday, August 20th, Kentucky
Midland train No. 7 will run to
Georgetown one hour ahead of time
' to accommodato those who wish to
attend the Convention at Georgetown.
C. D.
. G. P. &P.A.
Tlic Old Original Remedy
Leads.
Sick people iihould not be deceived
by pretendors who talk about
"germs," "baccilli," &c, to
sell their preparations, thus preventing
people from buying the original
tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe
Killer" is what you need. It is now,
and for years , has been, making
more cures than all other remedies
combined. Read their advertisement
in this paper. Don't be deceived.
Forks of Elkliorn.
Copius showers since report of last
week.
Corn crop promises an excellent
yield.
Mrs. Potriohas moved into her new
house.
Mrs. Amanda French and Messrs.
Calvin Greenup and Llewellyn Holton
have each been quite sick during the
past week or two.
Mr. J. A. Holton and Willie Parrent,
who have been sick, are convalescing.
'
Quite a number of our people attended
the funeral of Mr. W. J. Chinn,
at Frankfort, last Monday, thoreby
testifying to his -worth as a true man.
The Franklin Association of United
Baptists will convene with Buck Run
Church, ac this place, next Wednesday
and Thursday, August 21th and
25th, 1892, Rev. W. C- Taylor to preach
the introductory sermon, Rev. J. It.
Sampey, D. D., alternate.
Several of our people attended the
Elkhom Association of United Baptists,
at Great Crossings Church, in
Scott county, last Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday.
Buck Run and Providence Churches
had a union service at the latter
place last Sunday, Rev. Dr. Whitsitt,
of Louisville, preached the sermon.
Mrs. Eliza Warren and children
have returned to their homo in Louisville
from a three weeks' visit to
friends and relatives in this vicinity.
Tho farmers are engaged in plowing,
preparatory to fall seeding.
The momborB of the Christian
Ohuroh at this place are very much
improving their church house by
papering, painting, &o.
Mr. Thomas Whittington has the
best growing crop of tobacco wo have
seen this season. He's a hustler and
don't you forget it.
If the common schools would adopt
the plan of Saturday sessions instead
of Monday a hotter state of case
would exist in point of progress of
Many reasons might bo
Supils.
in proof of this proposition but
not necessary to be mentioned at this
time.
Mr. Jao. Wigginton and family and
Mis? Stella Cannon have returned
homo from a visit to relatives in
Scott county.
When Baby wxs sick, r 6 gUYO her Coatorla.
When sho was a Child, sho crlod for Castorla.
When the became Miss, sho clung to Castorla.
. ' When she had Children, sho gave- them CaatorU.
jtty,
Will be nt M. A.. SELBERT'S JKWELRY STOItE, Chlr s'rwt, Frankfort, Ky.. Monday. Tuesday
and Woduesday, August '), 0 mid 31, wiw e li will correct nil -Tron of iilra'Uon scientifically
wltb rUeUcullst'KTtiitC'aie. "Optliiliuiupp." "ItPtuosfope," Ktfi.itntivipo mid otliers to verify.
"Hvpermereuia. or Tar sight." "M)obla nr Astiiciiubl i or musculir
oroWsUnt."allHni)lu. mii iij id ul n'xilnm' or mtUinUlsin. etc.. will tell you of
nny or lou of the ey . Nouliirge for examinations Do dot allow Incompetent
and Itinerant HclMtle I optl iau test a. id lit your ojes, for with ti.e four
thouniidiindupwunluf ptl't U a vle'ico. atultlia optician oiwlit to hive
his diploma of qimlltluitloiK th omin m llcr me i. All fra nes and glasses, unless life I
are Injurious. In an fr.tm th das acts as a weak prism and proluoes
etc. In glaws fo sttonf; or ul i, tile tendency will lie to Increase the ma adv. Frames made
to order and to suit faces. I.piisjs uro ruJ to urdnr. (Sold Klajsea from $:J.5o up.vard. Steol specks
as low as 150 cents. All tlio latest N v York and EnclNIi stjlos In eyeglasses and specks to helect
from. If your head aches u)e burn or wutew !!it blur, mid our gluuses don't suit, come and
consult me.
Deafness Cau't be Cured
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of tho mucous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
tho tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed deafness
is the result and unless the inflammation
can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of tho mucous surface.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrn) that we cannot cure by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars, freo.
F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
by druggists, 75 cents.
L,ov Rates on tlie Midland.
The Kentucky Midland offors the
following reduced rates:
August 13, Niagara Falls and return,
7.72; Toronto and return, 88.72;
Thousand Islands and return, 12.72.
August 20, Ohicago and return,
S3. 72.
August 23, Detroit, Mich., and return.
$r.72.
AugiiBt 1C to 20, Nicholasville and
return 1.21.
August 23 to 27, Maysville and return,
i'2.70.
Augu8t24, Georgetown and return,
$0.92.
August 21, Paris and return. 1.00.
September B to 10, Paris and return,
S1.20.
O. D. BEHOAW.
G. F. & P. A.
IKterit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery fo
,'onsumprion, Dr. King's New
Life Pills Kucklen's Arnica Sa'.vc
md Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell
as well or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do not
hesitate to guarantee them every
time, and we stand ready to refund
the purchase price, if
results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won
their great popularity purely on
their merits. - For sale by
1 P. H. Carpenter, Druggist.
If you want sulphur water, fresh
from the Murray well, left at your
residenco every morning, leave
orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store,
tho U. S. Express ofllco or H. R.
Williams' grocery.
Wo have somo first class second
hand buggioB and phaetons for sale.
Call and seo them If you want a bargain.
Mabtin Bkos.
THE "KENTUCKY
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Frankforf San tarv Institute
Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the
Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits
OFFICE LOCATED AT
105 niHl 10 Aim Street, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'G,
With G-. 1?lX02nn;pS0n. in charge, and consulting
physicians, Drs. E. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN.
This is an opportunity of being permanently relieved of the terrible
diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. Our remedy is a
Complete, Absolute and Permanent Cure !
V. L. CLARK,
Secretary.
Which is Guaranteed.
J. W. GAYLE,
aug.20 3m President.
Scientific and Interesting:
Discussion.
During the session of the American
Dental Association, held at Saratoga
in 1891, at which wore present many
distinguished professors representing
a number of leading universities of
the United States, among the number
Harvard, Northwestern, New York,
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Iowa
and others, a discussion of electricity
as a thereapeutic agent was introduced
by a very excellent paper read
by Prof. John S. Marshall. During
this discussion Dr. W. H. Morgan,
formerly President of the association
and well-known and most highly
esteemed by that distinguished body
of scientific men, who had been accustomed
to aee him on his crutch and
cane, after telling of the wonderful
benefits derived by him from the use
of the Electropoise, stepping across
tho hall without crutch or cane
amidBt applause from his delighted
friends, continuing, said: 'I am free
from pain: I sleep liko a baby; niy
digestion is first rate, and I have no
interrupted pulsation of the heart,
from which I had suffered since 1867,
when my friends all thought I was
going to die soon. 1 am in my 73d
year and believe I am going to renew
my youth. I do not know of any
valuation that could bo put, on it in
dollars. I do not know whether I
would begin in the thousands or tens
of thousands, or whero. It does some
very wonderful things under my eye,
not only for myself, but for two or
three others who are very near to
me.
Dr. Abbott, Professor in the Dental
Department of tho University of New
York, said: 'I would like to emphasize
what Dr. Morgan has said, so far
as a patient's testimony will go. I
have had similar results with tho
same instrument Dr. Morgan speaks
of, and, if anything even more remarkable.
I would not part with
that little instrument, which I cm
carry in my pocket, for any amount
of money."
Dr. Shepherd intimated that such
cures might result from faith, or mind
cure.
Dr. Tuft replied: ''Dr. Morgan is
not that kind of a man. He is not a
man who will believe anything and
everything that everybody tells him.
There must bo an appeal to hia judgment
and reason before ho will
believe, and I do not think that His
assent had any thing to do with tho
influence this apparatus had on him."
Dr. Morgau assured them: 'A
greator infldol on tho subject of all
that occult influence that my friend
(Dr. Shopard) speaks of than I am
doos not exist this side of Jordon.
I simply state tho facts."
Condensed from tho report of tho
dicoussion as given on pages 263-1-5
of tho May, 1892, number of "Items
of Interest," a scientific journal published
at Philadelphia.
For information in regard to
A homo euro for disoaso
without medicine, address
Illinois A' Welti),
Room 10, Norton Block,
Corner Fourth anil Jellerson,
LonisUlle, Ky.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
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silver)
SnS&JBuSug -JL
THE LEADING JEWELER,
233 ST. STZKZEZET',
R. ROGERS & SON,
Ask at
Our Store for a New
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uxew ideas fiitnta Bright,
JBrief Way
AnOUT TUK 1CTH DAY OF JUNE, lSTi. A HOT
about 15 H'urn of nge, tunned Curtis Lawrence,
taken by Dr. Ilobert (Jitie irom tho Baptist
Orphau'H Homo, Louisville. Ky., left tho house
of J. a. riurcc. In Franklin county, Ky.. and has
not been heiml of slneo by either l)r. dale or Mr.
Fltrce. The boy Is of medium height mid nelirht
for 11 boy of 15 )f.irs, dink eies, mid dark liojr.
thick and heav) ; he has a rather down look and
Is rather titlkatlu). Any information of the
whereabouts of tho boy will be uteatly appreciated
by Dr. dale, or JOHN S. HKRCE. Jit.
Aug Peak's Mill, Ky.
UiJ We have only a few of them,
but every lady should have one..
It is a bright little book about
good carpet sweepers about
BISSELL'S CARPET
SWEEPERS.
That everyone who lives on carpets
ought to read. Sixteen pages
of new ideas put in a new way.
Free to$those who ask for it.
Remember the place, St. Glair St., opp Court House.
COLUM
BM FIRE IS. CO.
OF
Capital Proposed $500,000
Surplus Proposed 50,000
Office, 303 and 304 "The Commerce."
issroosieo'.Es'iroiKSL
Gen. Fayette Hewict,
John Stites,
Paul Jones,
Hon. W. O. Bradley,
A. L. Schmidtt, C. B. Sullivan,
B. H. Hurt, Henry Mayers,
Judge Clias. S. Grubb, A. W. Hart,
M. L. Downs, Carey Peter.
Will transact a fjeneral insiuance business throughout the United States. One-half
of the above capital and surplus has been subscribed for. The people of Kentucky
are solicited to sulcribe for the leinaining 2,500 shares of $100 each. Forty dollars
of each share will be paid in onl, and in addition thereto $10 upon eich share will be
contributed by the shareholders to create a surplus fund of $50,000. The company
will isue a participating policy to its policy-holders.
Slock subscription hookri are now open at the office of the COLUMBIAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 303 .md 304 The Commerce, Louisville.
HARRY R. RUSH will repiescnt the COLUMBIAN FIRE and solicit subscriptions
to the stock. lie will be in the city at an early date.
Aug. 6 4t.
Mine' Fateof Mum To
off Baxter,
DIXIE'S FW0IJITE. FOq THE WOODS OF THE SOUTtf If HJS (10 EQUL
4 Th patent by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho fnco of tho
cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo
In use, giving strength and stillness to the teeth and Increasing tho durability
of tho "sot." WJB CHALLENGE THE WOItia to prodnco n Sorr
equaling the ATUIX2 FAST CUTTING DJCXTEK.
Mim
1 r wKTffrtmi?WHmWr
PKICEss,,vcr Stool, Inclnrtlitg XTnndlos), 81.00 per foot.
Aii,i5jHpcclrtl atccl, Wltliout UauuIcN. .70 per foot.
DCIMADC nr IM9lTAlIAk!A
. . V10 larB0 demand for tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter Saw has led competitors to mako
Inferior Saws which thoy claim "as ood as the Doxter.'" Theso Imitation Saws aro mado from a
lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, uud without tho patent concave tooth.
Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins Dkxtkr" and take no other. If tho dealer will
not order It for you, remit amount with order direct to us.
F P ATKINQ Ri Pfl Indianapolis, Ind. Memphis, Tenn.
L. m
j, rmO 06 lU., Minneapolis. Minn. Chattanooga, Tennd
Mch 12 Gin e. 0. w.
BOY LOST.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.
Wo are authorized to announce Judge IRA
JULUN ns 11 candidate for circuit Judce in tho
Judicial district composed or Bourbon. Fninklln,
ocott and Woodford counties, subject to tho
action ot the Democratic party,
JFOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY.
Wo aro authorized to uniiounce Hon. C. A.
HOARD, ol Scott county, as u candidate for
Commonwealth's Attorney In this Judicial
District, composed ol Bourbon, Franklin, Scott
and Woodfora counties, subject to tho action ot
the Democratic party.
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