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Volume XIV
Aitiiamiale
MILJMKJT OF AMltfil V IIAUKIH 10 Mlt AN1I
II IK IIKNItY II MATIFKN
Where tlu liMmie hills In lis
Above tins HoMtliiK mist belmv tin rtklM
Where tlie Kentucky river winds Its viy
In lipp lfiit t roiijh tho morning vx iy
Br tree frlnpil kinks In KrnnkfortH vain
Stands thu encluntetl cot of Annandiile
Whom tho iiionlns suns resplendent rays
Dispensing Rlory to tlie pirpltnK hne
Lemto n lienvenly bemty to the scene
Knriipt In intures perfect smiles serene
And wlrt blnl onsa so sweet resale
Th Joyous souls at Anninulnle
Where ileir ones dwell In christian loe
And praise the Lord of nil above
Where brlRht p jed children romp ami fliy
And while the pleasnnt hours nwny
With gleeful shout and tons they hall
Each Kl iisdme day lit Anniindale
When at tllliht In the shmlowy dells
The tinkle tnnkle tinkle of the bells
i ounds filnt and low and niuo oo of the cows
That far upon the hillside hronse
The good housewife with her ready pall
Prepares for milking time t Annandale
LouIsMlle Ky August 18 191
Remarkable Facts
Zilpali
Corn and tobacco are looking line
-wheat all threshed and farmers with
a happy smile on their faces
Quito a boom in the erection of
barns in this community
Died Last week an infant child
of Lem and Ella LanclB
Born -To Thomas and Tlorence
Duncan a daughter
Mrs It J Shannon is quite ill with
Tier eyes at this writing
Miss Edna Johnson and Miss Nannie
Whitman visited Miss Ester Hulett
at Scrabble Monday last
Miss Mattie Gordon visited this
vicinity this week
Manythanka Bro Catchum for
vour generous invitation We will
procure the worms and call by and
we will go fishing
Mrs Margaret Jones of this com
munity will go to Cincinnati this
fall and make her home with her son
at that point
Hog cholera has been raging in our
midst J O Moore lost lorty many
others losing all they had
Owon Moore of this town will
move his family to Sweet Homo the
1st of September He is doing a live
ly business selling goods at that
place
John Perkins and wife of Benson
visited relatives in this vicinity Sat
urday and Sunday last
W H Moore is building a now
barn for Hamp Shaw near Sweet
Home
John J Moore will have a now
dwelling houBe erected on the farm
he purchased on Back bone Creek
this fall
Rev J A Head visited M D Dun
can and family Saturday last
John T Doakins and wife of Bag
dad attended Church at Lebanon
Saturday last
Close Observer
Ttilliam Penns Deed From
tlie Indians in 1685
rirom Nlles Weekly Register April 2d 1814
This indenture witnesseth that
we Packenah Jarckhan Sikals
Partquesott Jervis Essepenauk
Felktrov Hekellappan EconusJVIach
lohn Metthcona Wissa Power
Indian Kings Sachemakers right
owners of all lands from Quin Quin
guH called Duck creek unto upland
called Chester creek all along by
tho west side of Delaware river and
so betwoon tho said creeks back
wards as far as a man can ride in two
davs with a horse for and in consid
eration of theso following goqds to us
in hand paid and secured to bo paid by
William Ponn proprietary and
governor of the province of Pennsyl
vania and teriitories thoreof viz 20
guns 20 fAthoms matcheoat 20 fath
oms stroud water 20 blankets 20
kettles 20 lbB of powder 100 Ijars of
lead 4Q tomahawks 100 knives 40
pairs of stockings 1 barrel of beer 20
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The Fmmfob
GEO A LEWIS Publisher
pounds of red lead 100 fathom of
Wnmmim Jf rrlnoa lirtffloci in nourloii
UfJULll jr IjllIDD llVVI0 W lU -1
spoons 100 awl blades 300 tobacco
1 pipes 100 hands of tobacco 20 tobac
co tongs 20 steol300 flints 30 pairs of
1 scissors 30 combs GO looking glasses
200 needles 1 skipplo of salt 30
I pounds of sugar 5 gallons of
our hand c at Now Oastle 2d day
of the eighth month 1685
The above is a true copy from a
copy taken from the original by
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Heart disease is usually supposed TCuJm nnmU Jtntrln w0i
to be incurable but when properly hlgton county Pennsylvania former-
o cades
ircaiuu
can bo
Hatch
a large proportion iyfaa clerk in tlio land office which
cVu TU8t and Mrs 0Py he Save Wm- Hutton and from
of Elkhart IndM which the above was taken in Little
of Ovid Mich were
Mary L Baker
cured after suffering 20 years S C
Linburger druggist at San Jose 111
says that Dr Miles New Heart Cure
which cured the former worked
wonders for his wife Levi Logan
of Buchanan Mich who had heart
disease for 30 years says two bottles
made him feel like a new man
Dr MileB New Heart Cure is sold
and guaranteed by J W Gayle
Book of wonderful testimonials free
1
i ork this 7th of December 1813
A M O
Certainly hard words made into
pills
Simply to swell the doctor bills
are not what constitute Dr Pierces
Pleasant Pellets They are tiny
sugar coated purely vegetable pills
as pleasant as confectionary to the
taste and acting upon the stomach
and liver gently but effectually and
as naturally as Nature herself For
sick headache indigestion bilious
ness constipation and all the result
ing diseases no laxative equal to
them has ever been discovered
W L Coppersmith the ieweler
does the best of work at moderate
prices Call and see 234 St Clair
street 45 ly
W L Copporsmith the jeweler is
the leading repairer in the city 234
Clair street
St 45 ly
Fob Rent The two story brick
residence on Washington street
known as the First Presbyterian
Parsonage Possession given April
1st Apply to H II Watson or J W
Pruett 27 tf
Fresh broad every day at Busams
confectionery St Clair street 39 tf
W L Coppersmith makes a
specialty of fine work Resetting
diamonds etc 234 St Clair street
45 ly
Children Cry for Pitchers Castcm
LOUISVILUB TOBACCO
MARKET
FURNISHED IJY GLOVER DURRETT
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
Sales on our markot for the week
just closed amount to 3588 hhdswith
receipts of 2902 for tho same period
Sales on our market since January
1st amount to 108325 hhds Sales of
tho crop of 18U0 on our market to date
72524 hhds
Roceipts and sales for tho past weok
have boen larger than for the weok
previous Owing to its crowded con
dition the market has been somewhat
irregular but the colory grades from
common to fanoy continue very
strong also fine fillers but common
red fillers continue to bo to some ex
tent neglected other grades remain
about tho same
The following quotations fairly
represont or market for hurley
tobacco
Trash dark or damaged
tobacco 2 00 3 50
Colory trash 4 00 8 00
Common lugs not colory 3 00 5 00
Colory lugs 0 00 10 00
Common leaf 5 00 8 00
Medium to good leaf 8 00 12 00
Good to fine fillers 12 00 20 00
Seleot or wrappery
leaf 20 00 33 00
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The Bourbon Fair
A WEtiKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS
FRANKFORT KY AUGUST f 1391
Highest of all in leavening Powen U S Govt Report Aug vj 1889
RcftfeJ
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Baking
Powder
ABSOLUTELY PURE
The oith annual Bourbon Fair will
be held at Paris Ky September 1 2
3 4 and 5 and promises to bo the
most successful ever held on these
time honored grounds
l irst tlay - 230 pacing purse S300
j es 20 tobacco boxes 100 Jews harps yearling stake closed with eleven en
20 hoes 30 gimblets 30 wooden screw tries 300 class purso 300 exhibition
uAvoiwohmiji uuuc uw i ir i ot cattle sheep and nogs grand
uy ucKnowieago j kc uiyert uncier man Hinoodrbmo races Admission
freo for ladies and children on this
day
Second day Two-year-old stake
224 trot running race exhibition of
cattle and horses opening of Floral
Hall Roman Hippodrome races
Third day -240 trot 227 trot run
ning race exhibition of harness and
saddle geldings grand Roman Hip
podrome races display of cut flowers
111 Floral Hallj this latter will be con
tested for by Cincinnati Louisville
and Lexington florists and there will
be a magnificent display
fourth day 250 trot 3-year-old
stake running race exhibition of
harness horses bicycle races Roman
Hippodrome races and entertainment
of Governor Brown ex Gov Buckner
the State officers and members of the
Constitutional Convention
Fifth day 230 trot green race
running race and exhibition of har
ness horses Roman Hippodrome
races
W L Coppersmith challenges com
parison in workmanship on any
repairs in his line 234 at Clair
street 45 ly
W L Coppersmith dont send
work to other cities but does all
that is instrusted to him in his
building 234 St Clair street 45 ly
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FKANKFOKT MALE ACADEMY
A classical and English School for boys and young men
The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1891
For terms etc address
ZETiiHer Case
Frankfort Ky
June 5 Hm
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R K McCLURE
WHO FOR THE
Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM
PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens
In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the
times We have
HATS HATS
For men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT
Books and Stationery
Remember the old stand
212 ST CLAIR ST
And go there when you want to buy
MZastin Bros
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Oetrriskgfes Sifuriroysi Pliaetons
JE30rges 3FLofcdL Carts txxdL
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Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and
other Turf Goods
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