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Corn is now in demand.
Now is the time for fried chicken.
Mrs. Pierce ami Miss "Babe" Forsce
are on the sick list.
Miss Mattie Church visited Misses
Lizzie and Katie Church Sunday.
Mrs. T. T Penn and Mrs. C. B. Ilay-don
visited Mrs. Calvin llockersmith
Miss Mary Forsee has returned home
from a several weeks' visit to friends
Mr. Jeff. Jones and sister, .J"oie, of
Wood lake, mid a visit to the Misses
llockersmith last week.
Mr. C. B. Haydon 'has purchased of
Mr. Shoemaker. ment for D. II. Bald
win, of Louisville, a handsome organ
Mr. T. 2s . Sullivan has also purchased
one from the same company.
In looking over the Peak's Mill column
Pauvknu took particular notice
of the piece in regard to the "Gully
View" fete being a perfect success with
one exception, and that was "noose
berries" were scarce, there being but
one on the market and that was of the
"Davis variety." We think that was
a lapsus lingue, for we know there was
more than one "goose berry" there;
whether they were of the "Davis variety"
we do not know. But one thing
we 'do know, and that is the market
has been burdened with some very
sour ones for the last 1") years. (Perhaps
there might be sale for one in
Kansas.) As for the rest of the "goose
berries" we think the sale will be slim,
for they seem to think there is no demand
for sour ones. If such is the case
they will remain on market for some
time. Next Umeyou write, "Noddy,"
bring in your artillery to help you.
' Most farmers are hoeing their tobacco
Mrs. Noel Moore and Line Steger
'made a flying visit in this section Sun
The Trustees of district No. 43 have
employed Mr. Jasper Daulton to teach
We are having a good protracted
meeting at Mt. Carmel Church with
several additions already.
The house of Mr. Job Broughton,
with its contents, burned Friday of last
week, which rendered the poor old
homeless and almost helpless. We
hope the good citizens of this community
will help the old gentleman get
another start in his old "age.
The Teachers of Franklin county
will hold a meeting at the Harp School
House, near Flat Creek, second Saturday
in August. We hope the good
people will not forget it and be prepared
for the occasion.
Oats nearly all cut.
Heavy crop of blackberries.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of
Frankfort, visited relatives and friends
here Sunday last.
Pea llidge Sunday-school picnics today..
There is a thresher in the neighborhood
which threatens to run a rival
entertainment. Its pluck is admired,
but the thresher that bucks against our
picnic will get left solitary and alone
by a large majority.
Bro. Roberts preached here last Sunday
morning and held meetings at
night during the week, attendance and
Bro. oberts calls things by their
rignt names aid charges on the ranks
of sin with the impetuosity of the Old
Guard and the force of an avalanche.
The Great Metropolitan daily has
taken up the cause of the school boys
against the leucners oi the btate ana
those who got a licking last session are
delighted at the manner in which the
Great Exponentof live issues with a coil
spiing tariff attachment, handled the
teitchers without gloves and then sat
right down on 'em.
Advertisements pay those who read
them. Frankfort lost a cow and advertised
in the Roundabout offering
a liberal reward for her, Pea Ridge
read the ad "and then there was
mounting in hot haste the steed."
The- woods wer" searched, cow found,
returned and reward paid. I know
Pea Ridge reads the ads.
Rumor says Franklin Church is to be
torn down. This is regarded in the light
of a calamity hero eve.i by those who
are not members of it. Old Franklin
is regarded with affection by all our people
for the work it has done by its teachings!,
memories, associations and for
mation of character and the stamp left
upon it. If the congregation h tw
large build another Ii...iv, u iuj sma..
don't tear it down, perish the thought.
Build it ui). Ilaggai chapter 2 verse J).
P. S. Tf it must be torn down here is
the place to build it, land, timber and
rock will be given in abundance and
besides it isjiint simply impossible that
Bridgeport or any other place needs
preaching worse than we do. Build it
on the Bidge.
Sutiduttli Sulftl&ur Spriasjjs.
Crops are fine.
Lawrence is after the boys.
"Make hay while the sun shines."
"Look-a-here" Dan whar' dat nude.
Mr. Thornton Sudduth will soon
move to his new house.
Mr. Thomas Moore sold six steers
for $210. Good luck to you Tom.
Somebody aak McCl lire's Durham
Bull, sr., how that man broke his arm.
Obanion Theophilus Theodore Bron-
son Sudduth will shortly take a rib, so
the widow says.
Two deaths recently: Geo. Tracy 25
years old, Uncle Billy Pierce age 98.
Peace to their ashes.
Mr. J. A. Flynn, while moving his
champion saw-mill to "this place lost a
fine horse. Sorry.
Nels. Shad says "if I can steal dad's
ole mar 1 intend to go to see Bird Dot-son's
girl nex' Sunday.
The many friends of Billy Bryant
sympathise with him in his misfortune.
Don't give up Bill.
Miss Docia B. Ilulette will teach our
school. The school room is to be newly
carpetted. Give me the old one.
Col. Dan Moore parsed down the
pike the other night with a sheep. It
is not known that he bought it, therefore
he must have stolen it.
We had a fine game of base ball last
Saturday between the Hunchbacks and
Black Claws. The former won. but
Greasy Bill beat Henry Spaulding at
The friends of Judge Dan Moore are
alarmed at his condition. He has symj -toms
of lunacy, or has lost his Aunt Hannah.
He sits and sings: "When Jesus
comes to reward his servants," I know
who burnt my house.
We here that our old friend Junie
Todd is a candidate for C C. C. Without
speaking disparingly of his opponents,
we must say the ofiice with its
varied responsibilities could not fall into
more worthy hands.
The stockholders of the B. St. J. &, J.
turnpike elected the following board oi
directors last Saturday: F. Goins, J. J
Hulett, Dr. White, Geo. Bryant and
W. C. Bryant. After which the board
elected W C Bryant President, F. P.
Lewis Secretary and Treasurer. This
pike is a much needed enterprise and
it is hoped it will be rapidly pushed to
ILvitrKii's Fkhhv, Ky,, July, 188G.
Let 'em come!
My last letter was from Stone Kitchen,
Franklin county, Kentucky. I
was'compelled to leave there because
I gave the public a few facts in regard
to school matters, itch, Ac. There was
some devilment going on in the Stone
Kitchen district, but I was afraid to
make it public, As I'm now in Simon's
barracks I am not afraid to tell
you all about it.
A young lady from the Midway Orphan
School wanted to teach in the
Kitchen district. She was worthy and
well qualified to teach, was endorsed
by the examiner. She is intelligent,
of unblemished character, but could
not get the school because she was a
Campbellite. I have no stock in the
water dogs myself, but your uncle
thinks such conduct is wrong. Allow
me to suggest a remedy. Send such
trustees to the Feeble-Minded Institute.
Dr. Stewart might help them some or
at least restore them enough to find the
geese. If Dr. Stewnrt could bo the
means of giving them mind enough to
make gooil trustees, he ought to be
elected President of the United States.
Being compelled to leave the Kitchen
bv niirlit on account nf rlin Wnnrl.
lake desperadoes, I picked an opportunity
and walked to Harper's Ferry, by
way of Hatton. Arriving there after
midnight, I scarcely knew the place, it
having improved so much. I first
called on Mr. Lee, the little Jew, who
is doing a good business, selling lots of
tricks. He savs tho I'Misnn hr win noil
so cheap is that ho steals his goods.
I lis house is on Water street, near
Goose alley. The next thing that attracted
my attention was a new building
going up opposite Pike's Peak,
containing eight rooms, to be used as
a summer resort by persons owning
Orane Groves in Florida. On the opposite
side of the railroad Roberts &
Wright are doing a good business.
The senior member of the firm is very
polite to his customers, but is too lazy
to furnish water more than once every
The next building of importance is
the magnificent steam mill, owned by
W. F. Ii, w1") ''-to-, tno cjenn thing
in the vay ol rim. Tueiv ,.:'0
who think that they make a sacrifice to
give their customeis their sacks after
taking the corn. Give Lea a trial if
you want good meal.
Up the road further I found the new
depot in course of erection, by that old
Campbellite Republican, Bell. I would
have remained in the new depot until
morning, but could not sleep Bell
snoring so loud.
Mad dogs are all gone. On last Sunday
one was on the train and bit the
conductor and two brakemien.
P. R Pattie's Sunday-school is prospering
finely. The grand old man i3
making good impressions on the minds
of the young. He sometimes walks
from Benson to Beech Ridge Church, u
distance of five miles. lie is a man of
brains as well as a good heart; loved,
honored and esteemed by all the good
Sunday-School at Mt. Zion, conducted
by .J. A. JJell, is not large, he not
the support of the children's parents.
But one of the members of the
congregation taking any part. He is
doing his part well. There are some
church-members who are too iazy to
go to heaven and have not enough religion
to keep them from going to hell.
Many thanks to the teachers of Kentucky
for their efforts in behalf of the
children of our illiterate State. May
that God who rules the destinies of nations
remove all the fools who voted
against the Bliar bill, is the wish of
Zeke. I have an abiding iaitli that he
will, and whilst ho is attending to the
opposers of the Bliar Bill, may he not
forget some of our State otHcials, and
with the besom of destruction utterly
destroy the worthless, drunken, Legislature.
Dear nephew, will you please present
my kindest regards to Mr. Stoflefunk,
your correspondent at the Forks of
Elkhorn, for his advice in regard to my
leaving the Stone Kitchen, and the
sympathy for me on account of being
afllicted with the itch. Ako my bet
wishes to Mrs. Stoflefunk and the little
My article is so long I will close. If
any one from Woodlake is disposed to
hurt Zeke Yocum, you advise them,
before coming to Harper's Ferry, to
call on my cousin, Joe Slaten, and get
one of the things he has on sale before
starting. I'm some better of the itch.
Keynote to Health.
Health is wealth. Wealth means
independence. The Keynote is Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup,
the best Cough Syrup in the world
Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the
Chest, Bronchitis and primary Consumption.
One dose gives relief in
every case. 'mice no other, rnce
r0 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes &
Name. Vnlue of town lots. Total tax'
Calvert. Ike. . . 500 $1 80
Gault, JW . . . 200 85
Hales, C T. . . . 3 85
Hammond, W It. 8 45
Hodges, HC 700 .1 G5
Kane, Wm . . . . 250 8 05
Lewis, Wm . . . 1153 4 15
Lewis, Robert . . GO 2 75
Merchant, CO.. 200 2 i)5
Moore, Jns D . . 840 8 IMS
Thomas, L. A. . . GOO 1 50
Todd, Mrs M L . 5395 9 10
Cox, J W 1000 3 70
Calvert, Ike 700 2 75
Gault, J W 100 85
Goins, Phil lot) 85
Hales, CT 700 2 75
Lewis, Wm 1)90 3 40
Merchant, CO 100 85
Todd, Mrs ML 8000 10 05
Moore, J D (Bal. duo) . . . 800 2 00
Calvert, Iko 700 2 75
Gault, J W 100 85
Hales, C T (Bal. Due) ... 800 1 85
Morchant, Wood 200 1 15
Todd, Mrs ML 3000 10 05
Calvert, Ike 500 2 10
Goins, Phil 200 1 15
Gault, J W 75 77
Morchant, C C 100 85
Goins, Phil 200 1 15
Gault, J W 75 77
Merchant, CO 100 85
Russell, Mrs J W 200 1 15
Morchant, C. C 100 85
Forbs, Hiram, . . 800 1 45
Merchant, O. C.. . 100 85
Morchant, Wood. 100 85
Thomas. L. A. . . 200 1 20
Todd, Mrs. M. L. 3,000 10 05
I will on Monday, August 2d, 188(5,
at the Court-house door in the City of
Frankfort, Franklin county, sell at
Publie Sale for cash, to the highest bidder,
the above Town Lots for taxes
due the town of Belle Point for the
years 1885, '81, '83, '82, '81, '80, '70, or
so much of lot a3 will satisfy said
NOZL CATNIP, r. B, p.
CAW BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE
Tho tcdleal Brief, published at St. Louis, cays
In the June. 1831, Issue : 'Jinny have becoxuo
Metises to the uso of opium or morphine, lrom
tho use of those drugs lor tho relief of Neural-pi
a. It la gratifying to observe that such
consequences may bo averted by tho
uso of Touoamnk, which la almost a spcculc
in the acuto form of Neuralgia."
FOR BALK BY ALL DKUGQISTS.
A. A. WtlULtUERf Ooie tfropriotor, ?Ol tud
it mt BfTi f
J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com-
pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mill, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth
Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider
Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Bciler '
Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps
All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them'
in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Frankfort,
Ky. T- S. 2JLJ2Jzl3gZ
Dissolution of Partnership.
PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
THE J. U. Brnnncr nud N. I. McBanlel, under
the firm narne or Brnunsr &McDanlel, In tho
livery business In Belle Point, li this dny dissolved
by mutual consent. .1 Brunuer retiring. ,N. I.
3icT)nutel will continue the bu3'.nebs tit the old
J. O. BRAWNER,
June N. I. McDANIKL
i.i '-"v imjaj OCrfZa G2T sjasTOf.
ft U'.M J
DE. W. I. KELLET,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,
BE AT THE
IN TBANKFORT. KY..
SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886.
SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886.
AH cases or BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured
by tho Brlnlterhoil system without usino the knife
or lioatuhk mid without tiny pain.
Cured without the knife or ligature.
Cured without cutting or tearing.
RECTAL ULCER HID RECTAL C1T1IU
Diseased conditions that produce consumption and
most of the chronic diseases,
Diseases of the womb that are caused by n diseased
bo.el, also treated.
PRURITUS, Itching Piles,
Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is
only a symptom of the disease that exists In tlin
lower bow el.
W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUSON,
Frankfort; J. 31. WITHROW, Frankfort.
Pamphlets describing theco diseases sent free to
any one by addressing
W. I. KELLET, M. B.,
376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0,
R. C. STEELE,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN
WILL or adjacent counties.
1. it 111 ;: i
OPPICE 31'7 2MLj&.T2T ST.
. J. S. COLLINS,
-OFFICE, 3IAIN STREET, .OPP. RODMAN BROS.'
J Teeth extneted without pain by the ube of
Nltrouho OxMu (cr luughli'g) gas.
I. 0. 0. F.
LODGE. NO.O, MEETS EVERY
CAPITAL Visiting brothers cordially Invited.
J. R. Williams, Sec.
April 10 tf.
OF OPIUM OR VRSORPHIHCX
tTod Tnasallno In ftcr.ro of NeunTria of 13 or 15
5jnrn Btmdiotf, which bail rnslitod nil treixtmons.
D13T73H01X montbu Bltn.and the pntlent lias na
joud parluct irtxyJom ircrni hex complniut "
h. L. Ilonx, 11. 1 GcDtrjTille, Mo.
" Have) given Tcnrfnllno A filrtn.il In Neurnlsla.
To tto my pat'out'u own expr? elnn. "It's the
ctne tor that chseceo." J. i Itl.NEr.1, BrichUn, 111.
" I comldnr Toattalino tho boct preparation lor
NeurUgiu I have over tnod."
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Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa.
Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.(X) ier Gallon.
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THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST,
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