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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 January 1892

fc' J !? 5" r ' ) Ik Kv iWRRS ritANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, luMred &t Uto at Krwkfort, Kentucky, u Bullftbto matter. . A. LEWIS.. Editor and Frtllsfeer. FRANKFORT, JAN. 9. 18SIU. IN TROUBLE AGAIN. FRANK STEELE ATTEMPTS TO INTIMIDATE GOVERNMENT WITNESSES. And 18 Indicted by tlic S. Grand Jury. Frank Steele, of Woodford county, was indicted by the grand jury of the United States Court last January for sending obscene letters through the mailB; the case was tried at the June term and resulted in a hung jury. The case came up again on Wednesday morning for trial before the U. S. Court and was continued until the next June term. Mr. Henry White and wife, the two principal witnesses against Steele, started to their stopping residence U. home in the country, on the way at the of Mrs. Welch, whose husband was killed by Steele several .years ago, where they took dinner. Just ns they were about to start on home Steele and a German neighbor by the name of Joe Bauer came along in a buggy. Just bef...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 January 1892

m HP ;r fiULNKFUKT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT. JAN. 9. 1882 Change of Firm. The hardware firm of Gray & Church was dissolved on Friday last, Mr. Lee S. Ohuroh retiring. Mr. M. P. Gray will still continue the business at the old stand. Qualified. Mnj. H.S. Hall, who last Tuesday week, sent in his resignation as Treasurer, changed his mind and qualified Monday, January 4th. Maj. L. C. Norman, Auditor also qualified Monday. Broke Its Hip. Mr. J. C. Salyers was driving up Second street Thursday morning, in his milk wagon, and in passing over i the crossing at the intersection of Bridge street, his horse slipped on the icy street, foil and broke its hip. License to Wed. The county clerk issued the following marriage license Thursday: John Moore and Cora C. Larkin, both of Benson. Thos D. Murray and Mary P. Armstrong, both of Leestown. A Lucky Town. The town of Midway paid the last of the bonds issued in aid of the construction of the Versailles, Midway and Georgetown Railroad on the first ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 January 1892

fV $Ft. Religious. EEHM wt SSWPPiFPT ? nf 6 .rf -1 5 The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents ! (We would lie ly obliged to the ministers anil officers ol churchc.sin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.l Baptist Ohuuch Sunday-school at 9:30 in the chapel. Public wornhip at 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. C. Taylor, the pastor. Southern Presbyterian Chukcii Rev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his pulpit to-morrow at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Peniok, the rector, will occupy his pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. First Presbyterian Church The usual services to-morrow at 11 a. xl. conducted by Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. In place of the regular Sunday evening service there will be a Service of Song to-morrow evening at 7:30. 'Catholic Church The usual 'services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to-morrow will be conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, the...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 January 1892

ft m .1 it m V ;.)( i; 1! i'i t i'J , . . ' W fei ft., ,.r w Hv.. I ;i v fete i.v ,N !", P IM P' 0 'it ft i;i l - 1 1 FRANKFORT-s I : .;,: .. . HOLIDAY GOODS. 1 lIPR' Clocks, Silverware, ' foe see g? nam: lIHf.B.'ljt'i' T M i X. jf. A'fS' - &' ).. f : 'i- ' i-i. Opera Glasses, Gold Pens, Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Gold Headed Canes, &c How to ge Tliiu. The only safe and reliable treatment for obesity, (superflous fat) 1b the "Leverette" Obesity Pills, which gradually reduced the weight and measurement. No injury or no wrinkles acts by absorption. This cure is founded upon the most scientific principles, and has been used by one of the most eminent Physicians of Europe in his private practice for live years, with the most gratifying results. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the '"Loverette" Obesity Pills my weight has been reproduced ten pounds in three weeks and my general health is very much improved. The principles of your treatment a...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 9 January 1892

the corn crop over a third of Russia, and that third the most fertilo part, on which the remaining two-thirds has always depended for subsistence. Failing harvests in other countries have caused the export of grain from Russia, and the result is that in her hour of need she has no resources to draw from. In the threatened famine of 1840 there were old stores of corn to draw from, but the custom of storing away grain has died out. Even where there is money it is reported that starvation is still imminent for there is no grain to buy. These facts coming more and more before the people are creating a panic throughout the country, and it seems possible that to the horrors of famine will bo added those ol insurrection. At first it was hoped that the picturos of misery were overdrawn, but careful calculation has proven that there Is a deficiency of 75,000,000 bushels of corn, and that unless something is done Russia will predont such a picture of suffering as the world has never soen. To ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

VMbU , VWi I IE.' K U & fcv M A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength. k" 'iiiiiiiij .ikl 1 i.Ltf&ibJ&.:iti& .- mmm CBMS w?yr& ) V 'tv rlT3?wyr!?F if Tie Fbamfort Roundabout. f GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: 1.00 In Advance . H yolum'e XV. KRANKFOKT, KY... JANUAM 16, 1899. Number 19 ABSOLUTELY PURE. Established by Government Tests the Standard Baking Powder. The very Giant of leavening agents. Has a largdr use than all other cream of tartar baking powders combined. Prof. HAtNES, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health : " I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the.others in every respect." ' Dr. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist: "The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder made." Prof. PALMER, University of Illinois : "I find Royal Baking Powder invariably composed of wholesome ingredients, entirely free1 from adulteratio...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

ISbK rmm' 1 Personals. Mr. Ed. 0. Leigh visited friendB la Lexington on the 25th. Dr. W. I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, will be at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington on Saturday, January 25th, and would be glad to see any of his patients in this city who may desire to go up there to consult him. Death of Little Wayts. Sallie Little Sallie, tho infant daughter of Rev. Willis L. Wayts and wife, died at the home of her parents in Louisville on Saturday, and the remains were brought to this city for interment in the family lot in the Cemetery Monday morning. To Attend the Theatre. Arrangements are being made between the Kentucky Midland Railway and the managers of the Opera Houses in this city and Paris by which persons living along the line of the road can attend tho leading plays in this city and Paris at a small cost. To Compliment Miss Cox. Mis Daisy Cox, the accomplished young violinist, has given her services willingly at all of the amateur in Louisville Monday. Mies Lizzie Scott has retur...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

JbJM !fo h 3 4"a i'V I I hi T, v ft 1 ; Vl M Hii PI &! 8 .; H a (J 8. V IS r i Ifr' Rv- i-" V. i;s I .1 K S 7 k' 11 I) lik t w Oil, What a Cougli. Will yon heed the warning; the signal perhaps of the Btire approach of that mora terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself If you can afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to xun the risk and do nothing for it. "We know from experience that Shiloh's Oure will cure your cough. It! never falls. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without, it. For lame back, Bide or chest use, Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Gayle. 37 Joseph, the Pure. GEORGE DAItSIB. The story of Joseph is the most interesting, the most touching and the most wonderful in tbo Old It Alls the heart with noblo emotions, the eyes with pitying tears, the mind with lofty conceptions of life and duty. No young man can study it and not be made better and purer thereby. His c...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

Mr. Poindexter, of Peak's Mill, tells us he was riding along the pike near Monterey, on Tuesday of last week, when he heard a woman screaming, and looking in the direction of a house, near by he saw a Miss Frayne run out into the road with her clothing from the waist down on fire. He hastened to her relief, but her father and brother reached her first, threw their coats over her and tore the burning clothing from her person, when she fell exhausted to the ground, in a perfectly nude condition. She was borne into the house, where she lingered until the next day, when she died from her injuries. Tho accident was caused by her attempting to open the door of a red-hot stove when the flames rushed out and set fire to her clothing. She was a bright young lady only seventeen years of age. Mr. Poindexter says it was the saddest sight he ever witnessed. When her father, nearly crazed with grief, bont over her as she lay upon the ground, she said: "Pa I'm not dead yet," and those wero tho onl...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

MBHHnBBnmmnnBKH2WRxmiHKR imm mm ftr&tylvMWwMffi WtifWl7Wr YrWaSf ' y 5" ; 'J? ffii 'i IfUAiNtFUliT KUUJMABUU'l FKAMKFORT, JAN. 1G, 1802. TIME TABLE. The following tiino tnble in now effect upon t ho L. &, N. road: TBAINB WK8T. No.23LeavoRFrnnkfort fiifiO a.m. No. 17 lcitvoB Frnnkfort 9:40 n. m No. 21 lenveB Frankfort 3:00 p. m. No lOleavoft Frnnkfort 7:88 p.m. TBAINB KAflT. , No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort 4:85 p. m. No.24 arrives Frnnkfort .... B.85 p. to. Ho. '22 leaves Frankfort J:15 p.m. Nos. 28, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. No. 28 and 21 connect at Anchorage for BlootnQeld Branch. V. W. Alexandeb, Agent.' At Cliriet Cliurcli. The marriage of Mr. Sam. D. Johnson, of this city, and Miss Margaret Martin, of Lexington, will be solemnized nt Christ Church in that city on Wednesday, the 27th Inst. Will Start About the aotli. The Kentucky River Mills, which have been idle since last June, will commence operation again about the...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

rw? KftWTVifT: B "CJ O 3E2I I-i -I s- iij,t The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents! V ? ft Religious. We would lc jjreiily obliged to the minister'! and linkers ol clnirchesin the' city if thay would turnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.1 Baptist Church Sunday-school at 9:30 in the chapel. Public worship at 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. C. Taylor, the pastor. Southern Presbyterian Church Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his pulpit to-morrow at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. Episcopal Church. Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy his pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. First Presbyterian Church The usual services to-morrow at 11 a. ' m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney, D, D., the pastor. Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to-morrow will be conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, Jibe pastor. IFirst mass at 8 a. m., second mass "at 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

&' Sf'r!!. rt"' Jw ' 1 KJtfA KfN ;! -F itnauu.nvnaNUHian Too Late. Perhaps Tennyson has written nothing which appeals to the heart of all who read his poems more than the lyric of "Too Late." The burden of the sad retrain comes home with telling force to the hearts, of those who hive lost friends by that dread disease consumption. They realize, "too late," the result of neglect. They feel that the dear one might have been saved if they had heeded the warning of the hacking cough, the pallid cheek, and weakening system. They feel this all the more keeniy because they see others being rescued from the grasp of the destroyer, and they think what is saving others might Have saved their loved one. When the first signal'of danger is seen, take steps to avert the catastrophe. Bo wise in time. Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical- Discovery will drive away consumption. Do notAwaitNuntil too 'late before putting its wonderful eiflcacy to the test. .It succeeds where obher ramediea fail. Education...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 16 January 1892

r '. v-! . f yr r ?" ' I I UIIMI.MMJJJB;UW. BMW an OJXU XOXXJli TAR -a $J V u. Our Great Slaughter SCI j lo H p'i1 IMfKKOPe. ' WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut, as we are forced to have pioney. This great slaughter sale embraces every article in our immense establishment. It seems to us h at every citizen in this -community should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are doing. Punishing Goods. .See our regular 6oc. White Shirts cut to 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 40c. See our jSi Shirt cut to 79c! See the regular 50c. and 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. - See our 8c. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. .Zffotlier and Child ltajc "Well. are Do- Mrs. Brown was sick. Her friends aaid she would never set well. "What's the trouble?" "O, some kind of female weakness! The doctors have given up her case as hopeless. 'She m...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

K. ',h f ii" W & p P i' n,!iil$U., TfjfflBfl fiffimfmi i "tfUirr The Framfobt Roundabout. m GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanco . Volume XV. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 23, 1891 Number 20 Royal Baking Powder is reported by the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical; a pure cream of tartar Baking Powder. Communicated. -Editor Roundabout: I have hoard thut some of the boys say "old man Miles had better attend to his own business " I wish it distinctly understood, boys, that this is just e'xactly what I am doing, and I will not say anything cnac i nave not the right to sny and my duty to say, as I said in my second letter. I have children, grandchildren, kinfolks, neighbors and neighbors' children, thatJ wish to save. The time of my life is past to live for self and self .alone, if there was ever a time. The .man, woman or child who lives for self alone...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

fe Sersonals. ' Tom Green, of Louisville, w.9 in tbo city Wednesday. Mr.Kemp Ridgely, of Louisville, was In tho oity Thursday. Miss Rose Gorin, of Louisville, io visiting friends in this city. Mr. Jake Oorbott, of Pinoville, is in tho city visiting relatives. Miss Mattie Jones is visiting Miss Maud "Wayts in Georgetown. Mr. John McDowell, of Louisvillo, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. John Stewart, of Louisville, is visiting his parents near this city. Miss Christine Reynolds has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington. Judge P. U. Major Is lying very ill at his room in tho old Mansion House building. Mr. Z. J. Montgomery, of Eddy-ville, was in the city Monday and Tuesday. Miss Emma Morris left Tuesday aftornoon for a short visit to friends in Louisvillo. Miss Bessio Bernard, of Louisvillo", is visiting MiBs Mary Browdor, on tho South Side. Rev. J. B. Tharp, of LaGrango, spent several days with relatives in this city this week. Miss Belle Olay, of Lexington, is the guest of Mis...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

i , TREHSURY Tlie Treasurer Absent and His Account Short $1,656.28. Wednesday afternoon it was whispered on tho streets that City Treasurer Hugh Gaines was short in his accounts and had left the city, and "by Thursday morning it had grown io be a rumor and every one was talking about it. As near as we can ascertain the facts the matter came out as follows: Tho city was indebted to tho Sinlr, ing Fund $5,000 and Mayor Tobin, on Monday morning, directed City Olerk Payne to draw a warrant upon the Treasurer in favor of the Sinking Fund Commissioners for $3,000, but 41s the offlcials of the State National Bank, whore Treasurer Graines kept lis accounts, had requested City Olerk Payne on Saturday previous to make up a statement of Gaines' account, he wont to work and took off the statement, before issuing the warrant, and took it to the bank, when it -was discovered that while tho books of the city showed that tho City Treasurer ought to have $4,300 in "bank there was only about $2,200 i...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

. l M aAMFOJRT ROUNDABOUT, otered at too post-office at Frankfort, Kentucky, as second-class mailable matter. M. A. LE WIS.. Editor and Pabll&her. FUA.NKFORT, JAN. 23, 1802. A Truly Goodjian Gone; Rev. H. H. Kavanaugli Lays Down Life's Burden and Puts on Immortality. "BLESSED AltB THE DEAD WHO DIE IN THE LORD." Rev. Hubbard Hind Kavanangh, Chaplain of the Kentucky Penitentiary, died at his home on the corner of Main and Todd streets, South Frankfort, at 5:30 o'clock Monday morning, aged about 65 years. Ho had long been a sufferer from some form of heart disease and when attacked would become unconscious. On Sunday night, the 10th inst., ho had one of these attacks, and when hobegan to recoverfrom it the grippe set up, both together causing congestion of the lungs, which carried him off. Mr. Kavanaugh was fully aware of his condition and a few days before his death told his wife that it was his last illness. She asked him if ho was ready to go. His reply was "I ought to be; I hav...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

H 4 t FA'J tfKAMMtT ltUUiNDABUll FRANKFOliT. JAN. 23, Lengthening; Out. The days are growing vory perceptibly longer and gas bills are shortening in consequence. Ool. J. Henry Sellman, Collootor of Intcrnnl lievenue, Jiauimoro, ma., believe in it for rheumatism. He writes: I have tried Salvation Oil and believe it to be a good remedy for rheumatism. At Windy Side. Mr. D. B. Walcutt entertained the groomsmen and ushers of the Van-Derveer-Stewart wedding at his elegant residence, "Windy Side" near this city, Tuesday night in elegant style. After It in HaHte. Applications are being filed with the Sinking Fund Commissioners for the position of Chaplain of the Kentucky Penitentiary made" vacant by the death of Rev. H. H. The Coldest Day. ' Wednesday morning was the coldest of the winter so far, most of the themometers registering 10 above zero, some oven dropping as low as 6. The snow of Monday night started the sleighs and the boys with their sleds again. February Nuptials. The marriage...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

IUB ' Bn. GBUnManHa HnHP H JKwSk1 DfiHHMk HH H B3 H9QIHHRHMBr BBMHRBB KflELt khK Kr-Kra WmfiiPmC'S TO B ta!iBrt' KEaEV HE3SH' XXHmt KZ?E tiSi 1 1 b -i uuwjium WLMUWM Bwwojnw j tun iuojff uu y HG3 TT" T B"1' irnfcniwfc&Mi I Ui1 jr 7 iiV me Kaiarczagsszezxaatai The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents ! Religious. We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made. ' Rev. H. M. Polsgrovo will preach at Qraofenburgy Christian Church to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clook. Rev. Mr. White, of Lexington, will preach at the Bridgeport Christian Church to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Baptist Church Sunday-school at 9:30 in the chapel. Public worship at 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. "W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. Southern Presbyterian Church Rev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his pulpit to-morrow at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. Pirst Presbyterian Church The usual services to-morrow at 11 a. m...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 23 January 1892

Sir " " . b ? ; H 19 1 YiSiypiEiTur a g ELBERT I vl; weouaiuntee JLwJL JLJiL M JLL I J iil..,. ,Jm.i,J Jul? JL fl ; spoons '111 a ''JK -n- g 33 Saint Clair Street. '; li .. F.. S ft 1 Watches. Gold, Filled and Silver. ' ' II "4k ' Sterling Silver W &g f (''i.; BACKS I g? ?- T0 WEAR 25 YEARS a III ' - UHlw' Tho pieces of Storllm? 811- () 'H a $R Tor inlaid at ttao points JH Sr ot rest prevent any tERT HHw" wear whatover. ipittnutj Ky H4 SMQk m rar rivt i..v.t& KH Ml y- w . , 4i hjiivnraro dv hnd1 onl Mia v ('BIS'- as much Silver ns In Stand- B 7 ';JPjft ord Plato. m JJ .JlSSf FAR BETTER HT .-W j, . kv than Light Solid Silver and not tho cost. Bach artlclo 13 stamped E. STERLING-INLAID FE. Accept no substitute. Made Only Br Tub Holmes & Edwards Silver Co. FRANKFORT, - KENTUCKY. William Skclley, Of 11 Academy St, JameBvillo, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Konyoii & Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. I have had a bother...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
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