6 : Frank Harris, slayer of Herman Medley, discharged by County
9 : Wms. Corn assigned to M. L. Downs, Esq.
18 to 23 : Circuit Court in session
19 : Hon. E. E. Settle at Court House
23 : Virginie Mukes arrested for chicken stealing. J. T.
Vallandingham, of the Central hotel, sold to Henry Weaver
25 : J. E. Walton, of Vevay, bought O. F. Allen's photograph gallery
26 : Tharmometer [sic] registered 6 � degrees below.
8 : J. G. Ginn appointed clerk of county court
9 : Gredan Aet entertainment at Opera house
25 : Democratic primary election
26 : River 61 feet w inches
27 : River stationary. Legislative convention ordered at Ghent April
1 : Branch of Children's home Society organized
6 : Trimble county primary
8 : Willis Thompson jailed for burglary
10 : Smith & Corn began business
13 : Extra legislature convened
16 : Maks Benson Co. Began business
18 : W. D. Stafford adjuged insane
25 : Miss Emma Glauber entered the convent at Newport
26 : J. J. Giltner caught in buggy wheel and severely injured
27 : Chas. Davidson left for parts unknown. Fire at Mrs. Mattie
Vance's loss $1200.
3 : Precenct Democratic meeting
6 : Democratic convention at Ghent; O. P. Searcy nominated for
12 : Byron W. King at Opera house. Protracted meeting at Baptist
church, Rev. Sid Williams
14 : Fire at Beetem's stable; Loss, $100
19 : Midge Tucker Co. At Opera House one week
23 : Chilla Encampment institued
30 : Christopher Stafford declared insane
12,13 : Carroll Co. S. S. U. Convention in Carrollton
16 : Mrs. Kate Sanders' barn burned - 3000 lbs of tobacco, etc. No
17 : Circuit court in session this week: Penitentiaried Virge Mukes,
4 years, Wills Thompson 1 year
21 : Closing of public school
25 : Burglars entered Bartlett Searcy house
29 : Democratic mass meeting at Court house
31 : Slight earthquake shock at 1 p.m.
2 : Children's festival at Donaldson's grove; net proceeds, $300.
Knights of Maccabees organized with 32 members
4 : Open session of H. & P. Literary society
7 : Institution of Rebekah Lodge
14 : Owentons vs Carrolltons: score 10 to 9 favor of Carrollton.
16 : Prof. C. C. Cline at Court house with intereopticon [sic]
views. Jim Davis shot _____ Schilling, both of Madison
21 : Two suits filed by W. A. Fishback, revenue collector for
Carroll county, against Louis Block for delinquent taxes amount to
28 : Jim Casey missing for four or five weeks.
3 : ?. G. Winslow missing since June. Carrollton races a fake
4 : Thermometer 102 degrees
8 : "Our Boys," Vevay troupe, at Richland
9 : Thermometer 101 degrees
10 : Convention of National Democrat at Court house
12 : Teachers of public school elected: Mrs. J. B. Ribelin,
principal; Misses Carrie Moreland, Helen McElrath, Cora McCrackin,
Lizzie Hartman and Amazette Foulk
12 to 28 : Protracted meeting at Christian Church � Elder W. R. Loyd
21 : Cameron's flour mill started
26 : James Kincheloe bought Chas. Siegltz's jewelry store
28? : Partial eclipse of sun of two hours' duration
5 : Republican county convention; full ticket nominated
6 : Wm. Montgomery drowned near Ghent.
1? : W. W. Whitehead seriously injured by falling out of third story
? to Sept 3 : Teacher's Institute in session
? : J. R. Corn resigned as superintendent of water works
? : Schools opened
? : Reunion of Fourth Kentucky Cavelry at Eminence
10 : Peerless Maple Syrup factury started in Carrollton
18 : First frost; considerable damage to tobacco. B. S. Adams took
charge of Central hote
20 : Circuit court in session this week; several divorces
23 : Scarlet fever broke out
25 : Old citizen's meeting at Lamb
27 : Democratic county Committee Meeting. City Committee meeting
2 : Grand Democratic speaking at Sanders
4 : Little Ralph Smith had right leg broken in two places
5 : J. R. Hindman, Esq., Gold Democrat, at Court House
5-6 : Fiscal Court
9 : City Democrats nominate city officers, primary. Republican
nominate city officers, mass meeting.
12 : J. S. Gaunt, Esq, elected Grand Master I. O. O. F.
15 : Old Maids' Convention at Richland
18 : Council contracted for electric light
23 : "Jane" at Richland. Clemmy Hedges had thumb and finger torn off
by gun exploding
24 : Meeting at Mound Hill Christian Church closed; 35 additions
28 : Carrollton football team vs. Madison; 52 to 0 in favor of
30 : I. O. O. F. Celebration at Ghent. Ellis Breeden and Tom Thurman
eloped with Sophia and Jennie Handlon, age 15 and 12 respectively
2 : State county and city went Democratic
3 : Fire at Henry Hoffman's tobacco warehouse
6 : T. C. King appointed post master
9 : Drs. Conn and Pinkston formed partnership
15 : Five reported cases of scarlet fever
16 : Thirty-ninth wedding anniversary celebrated by Judge and Mrs.
20 : Belch & Banta began business. Mrs. Mollie Haines' large barn
22 : Telegraph sunk, total wreck
25 : Union Thanksgiving services at Christian church
28 : Meeting of Carroll County Auxiliary of American Bible Society
at Baptist church. Wm. Montgomery's body found near Vevay.
1 : Post office burglarized; safe blown open, $150 taken, etc.
11 : Leon Harsin adjudged insane. H. T. Mitchell's store at
Worthville burglarized; $40 taken.
15 : Big K. Of P. Supper at Sanders: proceeds, $35
16 : Catholic ladies' bazaar, $100 net. T. C. King to take charge of
30 : Fire at C. S. Marlett's store; loss, $4000; insurance, $2700
31 : Fire at O. M. Wood's store; damage slight