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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889082001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ?!Ef!?55p5ipp Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. 24 TO 10! Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, d889. HUSTONVILLE. That's How the Interior Journals Wiped Out the Waddles. Tiik rub game between the Waddle Bros., of Somerset, mid the Intkiiioii Jot'K.VAW, of this place, played at Danville Friday, resulted in u ceoro of LM to 10 in favor of our boys. The game was not nn excellent one, as will bo seen from the largo rnrore made by both Hides, but our champion played siilllelently well to convince the Somerset nine tlutt they are hardly oU:il to the einerirency wore confident of success but p.vrliculai. y were the .Somersets sure hey wo Id leave the grounds victors they b n g beat our boys two straight games n n. of consideration course not taking .' the fact that whn they beat us, two .li.i of our very bust men were sick and not tday. Thev brouu.it with them n, J good y amount.' of I'ulaskis wealtli andi attempted to blull our lnys ,.iii. It, ). ..I , when they tackle the ; I. .Is. Huh Mdos Ml. Morlah Plcnlo. CRAB ORCHARD. On Saturday last, In company with one , ,,, , f , M w o our townsmen, we left Stanford for the Mcltolirto, nre at thoSprings. above named point m mii-ii.... . it cuii'iiiv- ... ...... .... uuiiju " im iiriiiiiiin iiuiu it u ,ii. iiiuii, school picnic to be given for the benefit good business, with another store tostart of the Sundav-Mchoo- l ,, time. ina viiuiin, fliui.iu'd uiioui ii nines soiun oi Mrs. .Martha MeAlister accompanied .Stanford on the road leading to Soiner- ........... I ... by her beautiful daughter, Miss Mattie, Ul.t J 1. "' I. Till. II. dl il.l.... (I.... Klvlll'll Ulll .ir.i null); null Crab Orchard .Sprues. Col. Hrown eyes on which It,'meat nieiuber-elcc- t of the legislature from was to bo held was the procession, com- Frankfort, has at the Springs nnd posed of the entire Sunday-schoo- l and left for home Saturday. it officers, about ". in number, march The riihtling of tlie leaves tells us ing with perfect order two deep, with Kail is witli us. Wo see no wheat thresh. u.....n... it... niiiniii.- mivo :.. liuili, .i...- lUill i...:.... III llv lliu I'l'IIIK ed yet in this neighborhood and many ,. ,.,,,, t- .,,.,,,, ... ... b'-o- n of the stacks are becoming green, which following closely in their shows it is damaging in the stack. Corn An arbor about M,. feet had is hanlening slowly and all indications point to early frosts, and we may expect boujfhn from the Mirround ng foiost, some corn to be damaged. which made u shade through which the Friday night the weekly public ball midsummer sun tried to penetrate In . . ; at Crab Orchard Springs was well attendv"''' W Ith ample seats in front of the ed ami the hall was crowded, the dancplatform, the accommodations for the ers representing all ages, from snow-whit- e ii,m 1vt,,.., 100 or .00 who very soon assembled were . i .. f..ii heads down to those just out of v.i.s ,.i.m-.........M ..........l,.,... the cradle. Wo notice tills season more JoniN.u.s and their friends took every After an ojienitiKhong by the entire cent they could get and signed lotully school, prayer was n He red and opening of our home Kentucky people from the adjoining towns and counties are at thu for more. Some 00 or 75 l'ulasklans remarks of welcome made by the hide were present at the game and yelled and fatigable superintendent, Mr. Jas. Terry, Springs than heretofore. We are just howled manfully and tried to guy the who showed by his earnestness thnt the beginning to appreciate the delights of but the citi- i community has chosen this resort. boys from the bluo-gnuthe right man to Miss Mary Itobinson, living with her zens from thu "pennyrile decstriek" on (train their children in the proper direc-- I aunt, Mrs. Garnett,waa accidentally shot ly wasted their time and losttheirbieath tiou. Friday by u stray ball from a small tarand were convinced lefore the gamu was Diil not space forbid we would gne over that our loys are not easlly-rnttl- ed ......... !... ll... ....... ,1.... get gun. Oliver Dillion, his sister and I m. ..lillr.. tirini rp. ...' ...... v . ',. .......... .r..i iiiv ilivt.tiuil several friends were in the back yard and can play ball when they try ui a ieiv 111 me Hiiojecis musi siiiuce. game up to the 7th inning was a close Among tlnhe most noticeble for its at- target shooting for practice and pleasure. one, the sc.ore standing 11 to 10 in our tractiveness was an original poem entlt-tie- d Miss llobinson was at a back gato driving a cow through when shu felt a sting favor, but Wilson knocked a homo run, "The School on the Hill," by lotting In three men, and right here the Taylor, which showed she had in one leg and began to bleed freely. I),; "Waddle Hros. seemed to throw up the genius and talent combined. .She could Pettus was called in and found a Hesh Hponae and after that a set of kids could both conceive mid execute. Then came wound. The ball penetrated alnnit lj have beaten them. Our boys kept on recitations, essays and songs from the inches. He took it out and found it to making scorm and batted the three smaller to the larger children, until the he a No. 2'2 and fit the gun used by the pitchers that they would change every young ladies were target shooters. She is still able to get f..u- - mtiiiitis so fearfullv thnt thev wore r..il.llH I fill lf U'luitil ..i!..r...! Ifitst ,1... around and do house work. She says look, which ( W()rk wjth upon their faces a nut-ilowttMUuHlamn thnt , t,,tmic. she did not hear any report. m Mr. I). G. Slaughter is in his glory would Indicate even to a lillmi man inai of lha now, working hard to entertain his they were exceedingly anxious to get Tlll.n. wnH 0I)J 8i,wdl MnbtL.r Al. back to their homes and stay out of the ,K.rt orto wIon.inwllllthe or,,,llin crowded houses nt Dripping Springs. Dan knows how to do so. Judge French box" forever. The good features of the , wv, . ri.m,ln,),rca wj thc .. and family, Winchester, are at Dripping game was ine oauery .nK... "Mother's Ilanil" showed how it bad Mr. Charles Anderson and Wilson, upon whom showers of compli- sustained him through childhood, boy- Springs. ments fell from the enthusiastic- admir- hood and on to a ripe old age, well wor- family, of Lexington, nre also there. T. ers in the audience. Kerrill, on 1st base, thy of the mind of n more advanced age. It. Carson, of Cincinnati, was again here played an excellent game and to George Many an eye grew dim as ho showed by witli old friends last week and went to Penny on second credit is also due. his manly gestures and noble bearing, Danville, where his family are vNiting Miss Miller returned home Messrs. It. U. Kvnns, of Danville, and eoupieii wnn ins seeming leau.ation ot relatives. Friday, after a pleasant visit at Mrs. J. Hash, of Someset, umpired, the bis position, the picture so true to life. John former the strikes and the latter the After the school had concluded their T. Holdam's. Miss Thixton, of literary ban's and did it in n way satisfactory to exercises, which mullet it to say were fame, is visiting the Misses Stuait. Mr. all. Ourthanka are due them, which cirrhd out by every one on the pio Ilinton, of Kuoxville, is the guest of the they will please accept. To the Someset gramme in a most commendable manner, Mi.is ihichauau. Humor whispeis that Imvs mm are under obligations for con- - tlu ImuIv ivii4 mli1r.i.w..l l.i ..... il I . the Kuoxville boys are going to carry Mr v. .. ..v... ..... ... . . away several of our prizes; wo at least. siderablo pnictice receive, during me W1,,jw.t( ..InlltU)ncUf.. in 1I10,t .,,,,, llillIK.r We don't know anything about it, tlio'. games in which the nines h.ive crowed ,MU,n.HnK nfu.r bats, but as a bit of advice we would Ami Just wt0 ul ,lu. ' Well, many come to Kentucky for wives, ami wo should not think every case is of that they practice and loaru to M. tl.(t w h,nmiMllvMi ,,lln,tv , Miigge-s- t ball before they tackle us vnill0 1(,nitaltv we have never teen the same nature. Any way, Kuoxville play better i .,..... l .......I :...!.. ... .. I... again. t. iic.uii iiiiiiI iuiiiu t uutn .lit; Ktr1'1! juuk1it Mirpaj.M'd. It was laid under w Here tney can mid ii. The 1. uur out irienu, ('ui. W. O. Hradley was right veiy spreading tree and bhady nook for ' .1. A. Craft, very nicely plays the js. jiopiay uie icm acres round, consisting of all the sub lion. '"ytantials and delicacies that Iwth nnturu role of "dashing widonei" and we are .loo Haydoii a:il Anderson '" , the most enthusiaitic ajplauderfl t.1...llji,mrv .... eau.. unuiHn. ....!. glad to sie his smiling face in society weie on the grounds. leiuonade p.isel around by the bucket once more. Kite and WiUonr.ra the best ful without money and without price. True Temperance Reform. Mayers in the State,, and we will buck After dinner was over and the young President C. L. Loos piesetit a very our assertion, too. s people had enjoyed their for of the great temperance I.es Wilson's 1ioiii run letting in an hour or moie, the afternoon exorcis- important bide letting in .' es weie commenced bv a song bv the problem when he says: "There is ground Walton's worcs and for rational fear that the temperance were highly nppiauueu. . fcchool and then addressed by Messib, fauntiment is careening over to the side Scott, Hoone ami reuus iook h ume Cooki Cariiur UIIl othor L'llltltllllll. law- than gospel is our about trying to make the i. .is. saw tne w hose names wo fail to remember, each of legalism. More method. What the law could not do in but of course they didn't do it. air, one adding new interest to the Sunday- .Manager curu was iooiuii iu. ue.rm. b0,0ol and intusing into the minds of that it was weak, Christ did by personal for utterance. Poor boy the experience tie ,,,,,, ,, enrneslne.vj that will be sacrifice. We, in our anguish over the delays ami defeat which the cause reis dear, but it will toaeh him a lesson! ftfU l)r mi,s t0 t.olllu A, a;!) Q.dwk Our boys did not play their portion of thtf L,roW(l uf;l1 1() (UrtJ)l)lbl.( Bl0willB bv ceives, cry, 'How long!' and impatience seizes upon tlio law, and in its intensity t.llBolfl,i C0IlVLirNl. the last inning. They had not the heart ,ltflr ,inl,1)y fllWfl opponents worse than - tio ,lal a 1U1J10 vVAmi ,uy i1H,l ,l0l loses sight of the fact that the law never to beat their a depraved appetite! It tO 10. been spent within the memory of the took away has its place, but it never lias been a reJudge Morrow was exceedingly quiet1 oldost inhabitant. former. All we can get nut of it is renftnr tlio sixth inning nnd looked as if XOTUS. Klix straint. The bitter root is still untouchinjection of the Brown-Seipiarnn Mr. JumudRistiu performed thu loloof bo extracted by raisir of Life was badly needed. master of ceremonies with thu skill of a ed, nnd these iniiet Stanford attended tlio Ca,y,u Qf a .,IHll,0,llh and ulso was a ing a higher standard than the law has About 150 from game nnd stuck to their homo boys. The great dispenser of mutton chops, as Mr. ever reached. Tlio only radical and lastin.li.xi. nnd mnv heaven's lichest bless John X. Monefeo will doubtless testify, ing force is in sacrifice for Clnist's Bake, docings nlways attend them, were jubilant niter hnvihggotten away witli nt least 1 for man's sake. Tho success and clapped their pret- of a choice lamb, nnd other good things trine of moral suasion will coinu to tho over our top and rum fires will be put out only ty hands till they wero sore in showing in proportion. A more gay nnd happy concourse . o when the ideas of the community liave their appreciation of the home team. personal responsibil......... minni-. . . -- .. ui....; fn1Lu , ...1......I..1I.. .1... j iiiiiiL- ...ti.1 been strained up to a o., T.l 1 .1...I ui. .. " it. is believed turn t'.i.t.t. auvf3. ,ci, ........ . l . , .i ' iin. ity, ".nd by it to tho fulfillment of tho "U ' yu"H iiiuich we niivo not seen ui .i...... , u,u. is not and Senator certainly siiouyi- many a day. part cu nrs bee Sam second table of the law, 'Love thy neighor Uepresentanot be. a single bor a thv&ulf.' " Moral suasion and ed...wti.ta the Mh ' Menefee, who seemed to bu ,the bon-bo- ... ucation must not only accompany ami tlvo from the "" ' DV, district, who will , supplement the instrumentality of the .... iiiiiiiv i lvi.ui oiFllUil.. B l.i warmly favor the election of James Politics was not one of tlio factors of law, but tlioy must also prepare the way McCrenry to the United states senate. the day, the candidates present only for it; mid in thu measure that such papefMr. McCreary has the talent, the digni whispering softly on tho outskirts any- ulation is well made, will thu law bu ty and the deserving for tlio position thing that may have been uppermost in fective in its operation. The Apostolic equalling any man in the Statu nnd sur ,thcir minds. Take it all in all, it was u Guide. passing by odds in all these 'points the day of feasting on fat tilings, which will "I don't say niarriago is a failuie," gentlemen most talked of for the place. long be remembered by all present. said Adam, candidly, as he sat down on Kentucky deserves such n Senator as! W. F. Mi C, ii log just outside the Garden of Jilen McCreary would make, as .Mccreary, i) long, hard and faithful public reason of The Shelby News thinks if Kentucky and looked hungrily at the fruit on theservice, deserves the position. -- Anderson is to have a now constitution there oilier side of the wall, "but if I had lehapNews. should ceitaluly bu Incorporated in it niaiued single this wouldn't have pened." 'ai tides "prohibiting girls from chewWomen'B hats have assumed n new models reported in ing wax, boys from smoking cigarettes, Abraham Lincoln was thu tallest pies-iden- t wrinkle. Tho Paris in tills country, being 0 feet 4 inch"somewhat fantas- dudes from taking girls' arms when Imdoii are sild tobe walking, prohibitionists fiom drinking es. Benjamin Harrison is the shortest, shnpo, the brims breaking out in tical in sly and taxing every bachelor as his height is only-- foul 5 inches. The unexpected curves, depressed heie, rals-o- ,l on tho nil sorts of an over liO.lb cents on tho $100 for school difference between the two inon, howev-ove- r, there, nnd twisted Into doesn't stop hole. Ilopkinsvillo hat has alto ' purposes. gles." A double-crowne- d It i customary for all cur people to autmcto Now Ura. scon been wliciwi clrcm coniejlo town. It h alio turn out nave tu'r tried liaMcr'f thicken The Lily Coal Mints, which have Clarence Mchols was killed and live ry lor all who were injured uy tne expio, uuoMon tim plan of "no cure, no pay," oy been in operation but a short time, are other men shipping "0 cars of coal n day. slon of n boiler near Big Clifty. ,,,- - - Miss Claudie Drye, ono of the most popular ami charming young ladles of Marlon gounty, is visiting tlio families of Mr. James Pruitt and Mr. John Dinwiddle. Mr. J. H.Cook went (o Cumberland Falls Monday with the expectation of staying 10 days, but returned on Thursday rpiito unwell and was confined to his bed for several days. He is out again ami seems recovered. We did not make a diagnosis of the cae, but wo leain that a certain little Miss from a neighboring town who was to meet the party at the Falls did not put In an appearance, and this may have had something to do with the sudden attack. June was more fortunate. Spilliu Carpenter, Juno Held, i Crit Klllo and George Tucker nrerusti-- l eating at Ilussell Springs. "The wild deer will be startled by the notes of the huntsman's horn!" Miss Williams, of Harrodsburg, is visiting Miss Annie Bo-' 53?rfe. J NO. 55 tj .. lton. Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. Ko-esl- J Mis-Carr- ie The Teachers' Institute held at LibFACULTY J C. Gordon, H. S , .Metaphysics and Natural Scleneei; J. V Taylor. A. M , Ph. D., Ainos and I.atm Languages and Mathematics anil Astronomy; erty last week had 07 teachers in regular Greek Hardin, Knciuh Literature Literature;Ilinory:Stout, A. B , Hardin French: Mrs. Raphael Mils L. II. and Civil Mm LUzic German; .fi Mollie Harman, Preparatory Department Miss Adah C. Ivlon, Primary Deattendance. A number of visitors were partment; Kapha) Kociter, Musical Director, Instrumental and Vocal Mniic and Violin; Mrs. Rapresent and the Institute was in every phael Kociter Aiitantin Mutic; Miss Mary C. Webb. Art and Art Criticism. bo opened again GAKKAKD lOtb, with a full faculty of superior succeps. The social feature was teacher., and allCOLLEGE will tound in the best September lie way a Colleges will the advantage offered in Mutic, Art, Mathematspecially attractive. The people of Lib- ics, Science, Kngllkh, Gieck, Latin, French. Violiuand instrumeutal music will be under the of PROF. KOESTEit, an eminent specialist, who itudied five yean under the best masters erty left nothing unturned that would In Berlin and Hamburg and has since been eminently successful as teacher both in Europe 2nd Amer-cThe man clous growth and success1 of of this College the pat j ear is unparalleled in the histo-i- r conduce to the pleasure and comfort of ol Southern Colleges. Ileforc deciding tosend elsewtiere send for catalogue and further informa- ron j. t.. uukuu.n. ii ... . ., their visitors. County feupeiintcnilent Principal . tl l.Vl, I J. Mclkatli was watchful, looking to everv means that would complete the success of the occasion. We acknowledge our obligations to Messrs. Coiley and Pierce who by their easy and genial manner of entertaining, made their guests feel at home FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. and, to almost, regret the hour when 31. HUBBARD, A. 31., they would leave. Among the visitors were MissClaudio Drye, of Brad ford ville, Faculty o( Trained Teachers. Excellent lloardin; Department. Discipline Strict Instruction Full information given on application. who gave a good suply of excellent music Thor.ujh. ami contributed largely to thu pleasure . direc-rectic- a s f 1 Stanford Female College J. .... 2, Ilth, CAL, STUDY-CLASSI- President. almost-growii-ii- p jIu! represented CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. nen-nce1 ii t,H. ,. HustOIlville. Miss Maryj d CI.ii.IcaI. tcientific nd elect. Ratabltahod laiO. A full nd co.ds of Teacher Superior advantages for a lilierul and thor- ThoiUSOU ntld Mr. Scott ThoniSOU, wllO ive coureol tud. ! cation healthful and ough education Kctine. Christian homes. Increased cndoivntnent and enlarged Faculty for coming have been visiting friends in Clark fori year. For catalogue and other inlorrrutlni. anplvtn W. C YOUNG. D D, President, Danvlllo.'Ky the last six weeks returned to Huston- ville Sundav. DRIPPING SPRINGS. ""', DENTR0L UNIVERSITY, RICHJIOM), KENTUCKY. Session ...... n,.,. .. ,,.,, I I - ... We were jammed from top to bot-- . Opens Sept. 1889. Next torn during the whole of last week and THREE COLLECES THIRTEEN DEPARTfrlENTS OF SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. had to write to many not to come until Healthv Location in the heartcf the Illue Grass region, i.ooo feet above sea lei el. Refined and hos- I, U.;u WOeK. A., S.llUril.l -- O Jll t'.n..l... oil .....jaiij M1,M,.nmiinitii MiHiinl. lint! )iriir lh Vioat fimilic. nn,l Mrmnrinl Ilnll KiwniMiiu). erate 5i6o to $240. Attendance last session, 317, Ircm 17 States and Territories. For full informawhose time was up, left, so we now have tion and Catalogue apply to L. II. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. some of the best rooms in the house vacant. It is nly intention to close on the YOUNG loth day of September and the prospects NASHVII.I.K. TKNX A refined (.briitlati home, tlmrouslilr are ood for a full house up to the cloto. BlrN. CoiirMnf stinlr thorouithniiil rrnctical. .Ninclnwl tun Ninth or "ful can oner aSchool foruioreelefor girl- - In the city during tho Whether I will run Dripping Springs Kant home or pleanantersurrniiiiiliiiitii. Lnrgetorenrollment of iioaru rvnuceu louiper mgiiiu. r eniaiogueauure.i .1. 11. iia.iuut.lv, JTineiiiai. l'tiiar. longer or not I have not fully determinAN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL ed, but should I conclude to give it up, I SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, n t an will have another resort opened SHELBYVILLE. KY. bundled miles away "before the roes Founded March 25th, 1825, by Mrs. Julia A. Tovls. come again. Beginning on tiie 1st MonThe oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are craduates of day in September, which is the -- d day in best Colleges. Prepares for Welleslev. Accommodations first-clas- s of the month, I will take boarders for every particular. Terms reasonable, and include nil School expenses. one or two weeks at monthly rates, which W . 'J.'. -w X JbN is 5 per week. I TWENTY PROFESSORS Come to Dripping Springs ! AND INSTRUCTORS. I D. G. Si..fiiTi:i:. Kespt., Anriculiuml and Mechanical. Scientific. Enainserinq, Classical, Lebanon Standard copy. WARD'S SEMINARY FOR LADIES. vraaulied-non-Sectar- lau 111 I '" TATE COLLEGE -- d teto-a-tete- .' - , ,. d long-forgotte- n Colo.ied men, what do you think of this? In an interview with the Couiiir-.lourna- l .Mr. Colsou in speaking of Ins defeat expressed great disgust with thsable brother: "The negro," said Mr. Colson, "is an incubus to the republican parly. Lincoln's proclamation of emancipation was a bane to the republican party and for its sake ought never to have been promulgated. I tell you what we need dou 11 hero next time we have an election, to keep the negro in the republican ranks, is Dudley's 'blocks of live' plan." . Senator Hoar has come squarely out for woman siillrage fn the new States. He declines that "nearly a "majority of the United States Senuto favor woman suffrage. Of those opposed to it may have committed themselves to the doctrine that the control of tho matter should be left to the State. President Harrison, as is well known, voted when in the Senate to submit a woman suf-- ' frage amendment to the States, or paired 011 KEETTUCI'yjr RCrTVF.t "k v 03P Norma! School. Military Tactics, : commercial ana Hcaaemic ccHrscs or instruction. ' FREE OF TUITION. AV?"IKT?'.'rS Fun mUfJTY Srp'iimH.i-11- . ire kvi. f r j Tnsst'--- . z:i. .. ;,:.iiv( ths. it v. .' !' ' Ix. 11 v! rSUMMER AT' GOODS - T. 9 WALT ON'S. ;.. ....I. -- that side." White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, MAS0SrsrWTK,E-T0F - n ,"'., CoiiL-rossiou- uot" ..',,,,. Hlondiu lias been offered and accepted a wager of 520,000 to walk on a cable, from the top of IJilfel tower to the central dome of the main building of the Taris Imposition in live minutes. Dion-di- n is only awaiting permission of the exhibition authorities to begin. Tho Southern States have taxed themselves within the past L'O years S;l7,S"7,-0- .' I to keop up schools for the education of tho negro, which comes out of the pockets of tho white people, nearly all Washington. (X. C.) Star. democrats. llaron l.iebig, the German chemist says that "as much flour as can lie on the point of a table knife contains as much nutritive constituents as S quarts of the best beer that is made." The Pride of Woman. clear pearly and tranipurect skin is always a sl;nof pure blooil, and all persons troubled with dark, creasy, yellow or Uot:)ied skin can rest as- suretl that their bio id is out of order A few dose if Ilecgs' Itlood l'urifier & Blood Maker will re- move the oust and the skiu will become clear and transparent Try i' and if satisfaction is not siven it will .ot 'ju nothing. It is fulfy warranted. A K, I'euny, Brugsnt A c. FRUIT JARS Jar Gums. Sealing Wax and Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always ' ' in. Stock. A Regular stock embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glass- ware, Queensware, Confections, 4 j 5 i , Cigars, Tobacco. r1 j St. WAliTOH, Main and Somerset Streets. . -;- CeP ,J.-- J. P. Marlon, Cleric. ?v --: .'rrv ; ; Jtk il-- , .vjjifa-'."vw- 'TA ii fi . Ml. : 1, VW?V fr" i 'R &. A fall of snow completely covered the ground in the neighborhood of ' to protect him from assault Greensburg, Pa., Thursday. " of the Win. Thaw, for decisions rendered, but it is better Stanford, Ivy., August 20, 1883 tlmu that thos slioukl bo subjected to Pennsylvania ltailroad, is dead and his any indignity nud the action of Attorney $.'0,000,000 will now bo fought over by General Miller in providing a U. S. mar- his heirs. W. P. WALTON. shal to protect Judge Field will bu gen- After failing in the nttempt to kill we Stock !""" erally coininended. Te.rry was a blood- - his wife and daughter, Adam Dontel, of for trens. thirsty individual, who murdered men Louisville, crazed with drink, turned the The prohibition candidate urer, Cobb we believe is his name, got at will and who married tlio notoiious weapon on himself and aent his soul to about Jl.000 votes in the entire State. harlot, Sarah Altliea Hill, to enjoy the perdition. Hnrry l'rowitt, living near Jackson, Breathitt onlv cave him fourand in some money ho hoped to procure for her even that popular, shame, He respected neither the laws- Tenn., shot and fatally wounded his wife, counties he was not Though it had numerous candidat'-s- , not of God nor man and it is most fortunate serionslv injuring liisiiiotheMU-lnw,anHe had been marn single member of this alleged party is for the State of California that Marshal then killed himself. notwithstand- - Nagle's pistol did its work so well. If ried four months. elected to the legislature, Judge David S. Terry, who was killing there were several in the last. Tho Terry's wife could be as summarily us to no loss in this c unty got 579 votes, 'posed of, the riddance would bo a good ed nt Lnthrop, Cal., Wednesday, was stock 1SS9. book shows one, as shu is likely herself at any time born in Todd county Ky., in lS'JJJ. Sarah be. but an analysis of the poll flint, bud the nartv lines heeiidrnwn.th.it ' to usu with effect the pistol she always Altliea Hill Terry, his wife, was educa... her anil which sho had been ted partly nt Danville, in is had the renubheans had a candidate carries Since the organization of the sugar for the legislature, ho would not have trying to convey to her husband when indeed he had that he was cowardly assaulting the judge. trust the retail price of sugar, a necessity polled 250 votes, if . ... many. The disastrous results that have For years Terry was a power in Califor- nf flu tinnikln linu 1,..fi riiwi.il 40 tiir ' i'wr,i.i ..... ... followed the ntteinpts to force u moral nia politics, but since his defeat on the cent. The estimated profit of the sugar of cost. We question into polities ought to convince Hancock electoral ticket in 1884, which trust for tlio first live months of this year slice be week is time to call a halt, lost his .State to the democrat, he had is $3,3:10,000. tue leaders that it season, New is A. U. Sargent was shot and killed by and they will do so, if they are as pr.teti-n- l fallen from his high position as boss. new as they claim to be perfect. The real The selection of such a man was enough Sherman Price at u Methodist picnic in s CaliWinsor best friends of temperance see no cause for to insure the defeat of the party nomi- W. Va., and in the melee that followed coes WILL bC SOld HnfJnt, i' on.' iin.vil wuimwivn T.mtst1n1n Xn l ftnnd Stilt. Homer and Dan Sanrent were killed, and third nating him nnd ought to have done so. alarm in the failure of the .ft 7hc, 1-wide, 10c; Willuin Alderton and John Price were Cotton, 2 o party, however. They know tliat the Tub appointment of Daniel K. Collier, seriously wounded. 7 c; S l-- o, sentiment is a great and growing one 12 best ' Girranl, to be collector of customs at c, Just n few hours before Wm. lien- - eens can not be retarded nnd that it progress 20c; " W""'J "' son was to sutler death nt Joli'ersonvtlle Boefleetivelvasbvalot of impractie.ils;,""-",,1 oc, So c; an evidence more of for the murder of two old 6eeking to use it as n stepping stoue to Uradlev, but it is piece, Colored of them his iniiuencethau his wisdom. Col. John people, Gov. Hovey, who is n disgrace to office and preferment. Shorn , K. Faulkner was the man for tile posi- - even the Mate ol Indiana, commuicii uis VCr VaiT. WOrtl 2oa. A'cw rinndx .o onnh rlttn .i'o ...nnl, the cause will continue to increase and ihiui uy nmmy ami ex- - sentence to imprisonment for Ijose week the most pr.tetic il measures beudopted to " Goods event to to curtail nn evil that is a blight upon 1'VIJl.ULU lJ. IIIU lMlill. UU 19 UID1UV3 people were mad enough to room Goods one of the cleverest gentlemen in his in his stead and they ought probably to our civilization. As for ourselves, being party, which would honor itself in hon- - do so. n tnmnnmni.n Iilin lit faith 1111(1 linictil'l' ' " Tile result of this fight makes di-we shall welcome every step in that LANASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. endorsement of Col. Bradley a very nn.t time when . for the rontinn the oi ice seeker and "rable one lor (iuhfi a nnmhvf ()f our dlU(Jlw ,. drunkards shall no longer disgrace them-'inoiMrates that even if he were put off1 u,IM,ed Ul0 njehmoud Fair and were selves and their surroundings. This am Main stM M. SALINGER, tlli; Cor"" ld potato he is stil a Thev should not be accomplished so much by laws as Ultn vefV 1UK,h (ltipioiuti.-.lash- commanding intlueiice at '0 omt.rMt ,m tVpt l0tll. by an improved public sentiment, which .. . .. ... .. lllirtnn will hold both the seller aim too intern-The Hand gave Col. Collier quite a MT. SALEM. nerate drinker of honors in the same iT ; ,.tim:t.'i! thst it will remiiro two iileiisniit serenade Saturdav niulit. soon -- Miss Jennie nn aged blind estimate. Prof. Loos, n distinguished thousand million postal cards, which after the news of his appointment was has written a very sen will weili nearlv 7,000 tons, to supplv received. Tlio colonel responded in a woman, died on the headwaters ofTrace-Christian divine, fork Creek, this county, a few days since. sible article urging that more nttention t,t. people for the next four yenrs and nice speech and other substantial. M. L. Kichards nud wife returned legal the contract for furnishing that number be given to religious etl'ort than to Circuit Court began here yesterday.! cause, ami h.is just been let at :17 tooOcentsa thous- - Them is but little business to be trans- - fiom liloomlleld, Iowa, a few days since. enactment in the temperance we commend the perusal of the extract, and, according to size, of which there acted this term. Soino young men atid W. T. Kichards, who has been running a ' Is Receiving His which we publish in this issue, to those will be three. The use of cards continue several negroes are missing and will be store at Pulaski, in (hat State, and Miss Leonora Hichards, who lias been some who wish to legislate men into sobriety to increase at a rapid rate. They were until after the grand jury adjourns. nnd Christianity. Hurra rd county received her quota time on a visit there, accompanied them first introduced in 1&7JJ, when only a hotii( (i. A. Kicliiinlg also roturniMl were issued. The cost of otlices last week. Col. D. It. Collier hundred million a t f i.. t .t tne 14innO AJ n n nrnH nnH . fenum, in, r ii -i r. joiih r. .ucneain, .i u The Virginia democrats have just nomi- then was Sl.oD; per thousand, but thev wns appointed Surveyor of the Port of w" i Ull'muuaranieeu, Give bira a Trial , . I'll r n of iii.ri iii..ii.i rill kiu'iniin. .'..'i nated Capt. P. W. McKinney, have been coming down each vear, till Louisville and Capt. 11. Dillion, Wm.Tot , for governor, whoso popularity is and John Duncan were appointed cut of Casey countj-- accompanied by his the above very low ilgures have been ten shown by the fact that he was given the reached. Most everybody feels a con- storekeepers. father, Pi of". K. C. McBeath.of Dnleville, j Miss , left Libertv Saturdav to visit their honor on the second ballot by a unani- tempt for the lowly postal card, but its Mrs. Uobinson, of Cynthi.ina, is mous vote. There were five other bf It. II. Batsou. Mrs. old home in Monticello, Wayne county. the family popularity continues to grow. KUF.r contestants, butnfter n caucus ..ry..":.' It saddened the hearts of the many vh.res,ii.,?s Th,o, Belle Burdott, of KHIarney, Fla., started V '" 4i per iiiif. ' ""i. ll v it was decided to take the action stated. On his return from a visit to Secretary on her return home yesterday. She will friends, acquaintances nud relatives of ' n i i. vi u.i. t iiMjt i lht m.:'Jl,M,,,! uv ol " ,h' '"nc n'' " uytpeptu This unanimity of sentiment coupled Blaine in Maine, President Harrison tar- stop on the way at her old home in Ma- Mrs. Florence Kinsinger, wife of Dr. '" with Cnpt. McKinney's personal tltness ried only 24 hours in Washington before son Vr.mn to th. mri- H" " comity and spend n few weeks there. W. Kinsinger, of Pulaski, Iowa, to hear ,',' !'" !;'!', ;ns.:VJr. ,' ,)' tcconimind, ?' It piraMnl " like, ttife nd icluhlc. I'rice j lu leiiYt'H it devnliMl ling bottle. nnd ability to carry the banner of his hieing himself to Deer Park, but in that Mrs. Judge Mat Walton hiw nlso return- eif liitr ili'iith. Pr . flATI tfl"C lir.vTir tut l.iu-- . Mrk HJhe, party with credit, insures the State to time lie made more than 50 hungry souls ed to her home in Lexington. band and n lenutifiil child to mourn her i Ac aT. .tr.thVri. iCt ,i t.t i L, lo.'"' tl"l,u,. MiimUi.tuti'J anil Ii r alr to the tr.i.lo ly it c if Mahone, backed glad by dealing to them liberal slices of the democracy even Mrs. Phorigo, widow of the late B. loss. She had a remarkably intellectual by the ndministraton and is F. Pherigo, died of consumption at her cist of features, was fine looking nnd no i pie. The lean and lank DKIT. CO., WllliaiiiNburjr, Ky. Dudley, makes the effort of his life. Har getting mighty tired of waiting, and if residence in this city on last Saturday compHshcd. She had many natural gifts Stnte last something is not done for them soon rison came near carrying the morning. Her daughter, Miss Klla Wat and displayed a tnlout for drawing even November and it will be therefore n they will either have to go to the poor son, Is also very sick. j. n. west, an when a small girl. This talent was culsource of pride to every native of the house or seek some reputable means of L.jtjzt.t w10 mii been quite tick, is tivated to such an extent that fora num' dear old Stnte to see her thoroughly re earning a livelihood. improving. Tho operation of ovarioto- - ber of years she might have been con deemed this fall. A united democracy my was successfully peilormeil ly Ur, sidered an accomplished artist. Her loss The treasury statement Aug. 15 shows insures this much desired consummaMcMurtry, assisted by Drs. Ilnti'iiinn, will long bu felt in this community, that the surplus was $70,800,000 on that tion. Bush and Klkiu, on Mrs. B. F. Mullins where sho was so well and favorably date. It continues to increase, notwithTlie patient is doing known. The sentence of John L. Sullivan at standing Tanner's extra effort to keep it last Satunlay. At the closing exercises of tlie Casey well. Purvis, Miss., to one year's imprison down, the pension disbursuients this County Institute the following resolufighting, is likely to make went for prize rilOM .VXOTHEIt KKI'OUTKIt. month reaching ?! 8,000,000. tions were adopted: that brutal sport more disreputable than Dr. F. C. Askinstedt, n homeopathic Kkoi.vki, That we, tho teachers of, ever. Kilrain, who is under bond to apThe editor returned Saturday with physician, a native of Switzerland and a Caey county, tender our sincere thanks n forcible ex- some more "Virginia Notes." which our graduate of Pulte .Medical College, Cin- to pear there for trial, gave J. F. Mclteath, our County Stipend-- ; pression to the word hell when told of readers will be glad to see are spared cinnati, has registered to practice in this tendent.for tho ellicient manner in which ' the result of the trial, which was of grave them for this issue at least, to give room county. He has located at Buena Vista. he is discharging the duties of his ollice ami his obliging, courteous treatment of j interest to him. After a year spent in for more important matter. Mr. William Watson, clerk in 'lin- us as teachers; and to Profs. Klliott and the narrow confines of a cell, it is reaer's drug store at Atlanta, is at home up- It. C. McBt-atfor the valuable aid ami ' NEWS CONDENSED. sonably certain that the two bruisers on n summons by wire to visit the bed- - instruction rendered by them during. will never ngnin enter the ring and it is The republicans of Iowa nominated side of his mother, Mrs. Pherigo vv.. ....,l.l l,.,.L- - ft... .wl .......a.. ii"l l"i institute. fully as certain that their recent exhibi- Mr. Hutchison for governor. died of consumption on last Saturday of j ;i,,rtv (.,. .i..,:. L.,i...m.rM to make tion will find but few imitators. Gov. t It tltiitti tilitnu'iitt fitnl itrnttl.'i. ' Uill Westmoreland, tho negro wifo morning, fiitr iitn ' ' Will keep.'.constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Lowry is determined that the whole ket- murderer, was hung at Jacksonville. John Brewer, Steve, Kd nnd Arch bl... '). That we pledge ourselves to woik and Undertaker's Goods. Mv nrices will hn n inw n c,, ,in tle of fish shall be prosecuted nnd is havJackChinn and sons have been (nr t.ilLr fnr intil inrifiitft tin iiiiithtlnti cA ' Joe North, the wife murderer, hung Walker, o w a . ... . ing them arrested everywhere he can himself in the Cvnthiana jail, as he spending tlie past week at Dripping can me cities. Uive me a trial and you will beacon- DuKnt better schools, better school hmisvs. bet- hear frJiu them, lteferee Fitzpatrick should have done. Springy with their packs of fox hounds. ter teachers, longer terms of school nnd vmced that I sell lower than the lowest. wns put on trial after Sullivan and upon A Philadelphia woman held her head They had line chases Wednesday, Thurs- more pay for the services rendered, and to also do all in our power to make our his pleading guilty was fined 0. in a wash tuo till the lite which was a day and Friday nights, following (V0 dogs profession honorable Unit wo may be in tlie race. burden to her was extinct. the respect due us ns men and lit miles ihethormt, Jl hour, quickett between Junr.E Sharp's majority over Colson is John Brewer and family, Mrs. It. II. women engaged in one of tho most imJoseph Queeu, the original "Old of Gov. Iiuck-ne- r a3,230, ubout double that Black Joe" of song and poetry, died at Tomliuson and children and Mrs. It. portant avocations of life. New Ortwo years ago and some 5,000 more Mt. Holly, X. I. That a ropy of theso resolutions be and children spent last week J., aged 112. furnished the "Libertv Press, Inteiuuk than the State gave Cleveland. This PTOMimEMI Commissioner Miller has decided at Dripping Springs. Littlo Willie Fox, Jot hs.kj., YosemLte News and will do pretty well for nn off yenr, espec- that barrels and other cooperage Kmlre TrAint Itun Throuwh Without Con ran t for publication. cannot son of John M. Logan, is very much exChanKe. ially when it is considered whnt n tre- be used a second time, which is bad John M. Owes, Chmn., on ercised over tlie appearance of n little THROUGirCAR SERVICE. mendous effort was put forth by the re- the distillers. Mits. M. O. Joiix-oCom'tce. HHHb59HIEl!M brother last Thursday. J Bettik AiTOTr, publicans, who wanted to make a point Quite a sensation was ereatetl in our Tho Virginia democrats declared for el MeepinK Cart, Cincinnati to New Orleant with Benjamin. Colson, in nn inter- the Blair Bill in effect and for the imme- town last Saturday evening by the re Chattam.tto Shrvvpport. DEATH'S DOINGS. view published in the diate repeal of the internal revenue tax ceipt of telegrams from Dan USullI- Tho news of the denth of Col. J. W. lays his defeat on tlio fact that Dudley on tobacco nnd fruit liquors. vau, Collector Scott and Mr. Biley, of l. LilVJ" vtQrn2i was not manager of the enmpaign nnd D. 11. Collier, of this Weatherford at his homo in Hums. TexAt Austin, Tex., two men were fin Louisville, to Col. HlrMF ll1lLi negro, who has always been a ed 31,000 nnd cost in each of (54 cases, for place, congratulating him upon his up- - ""' "mru "" "im "L,u u,u IKwmo" " that the Conden.cd Scliedule in Effect Match jy.m.i;wni4jai ji, iS8 thorn in the flesh of the republican par- importion skilled laborers from Europe pointnient as Sttrvevor of the Louisville ba".k ca8hi,ir' caUHt'H mKh borrou ' '"i" . .lo-n,lt,vo wlieru hu wuh heltl in ty, failed to vote like sheep jumping to work on tho new Capitol. ItJOA-XRJCVD TOWT. Post. This was tho first inforiuntlou JJV. TRAIN:, MJUIIi overn fence for him. This is pretty TR Al NS'NORTllT pii:,.r ,i ...,.rtiv...l nf l.iu U..VKU served; esteem. It orenrred last Fridays u,.,.,.(.0 ,. . . A passenger train went through a UUIH,VIIII.I.I..I"W.. . No.4. No, 3. rough on the best friend the party has bridge nt Severs Station, Pa., and was and of course it was veiy exciting to ids ui unuii tuver, niter a snort Illness, llie No. 7. tfo, 3. No. 3. No. i. f STATIONS. ' Daily. Daily, Dally, Daily. Mm. .Daily iKatt l.im. I.im. V.x. Sun, Daily. in tho Stnte, but it is in keeping with wrecked. Three persons were killed and nerves. lie, however, received pleasant- - Colonel was about 55 ..years of age nud Sun. Dally. Kx. l.lm. . Dally. l.i ....... ..,....... 1.I..I. . Cincinnati .... A'rv 640 a m' 04J pm, 1015 am 3 a m 4 03 p ml S 00 p mi 7 S3 n m,l.'ve republicans for twenty-fivlvw" """ 917S3 am 5 the general feeling of the ,l"',i '"'"V" " Iv Hih .mi.'ratuliitlnnfl of his friciulH ben, """ " 30 P m injured, some fatally. .Wllliamitown.,. I.'vel S 13 a m' J 47lnl 9 p ml 830am 53 p m ..w..i.-..Lcoretown.,,. "" tnnti , " tniiinluii. of tlio Baptist lo 59 "1 7 oi p in 10 3l"n the man and brother. 39 '4 loam Good Templars are holding n and entertained a serenading party duru 8p m The 724am .. ..I.exineiou..., ,1a p m 7 35 pin 1055 pm 10 35 a in 3 48 a in 4 13 Pm 7 00a m iJiopm church nnd a Christian. Ho commandI.. a his residence, chapernr .Lou, S. R. R. .Arr. ed n Kontucky regiment in the Federal Messenger, which camp meeting nenrOwenshoronnd speuk-er- ing tho evening at The Owensboro .1.4 P. Arr. Unrein are discoursing on tho evils of drink oned by Messrs. West, Batson, Dunlap nnd distinguished himself for gallluriflii.TT.." ..Arr S 45 pm'iaoia mri 17 amJLe. printed cuts of all tho editors who at- in u tent that holds 1,000 people. S5a m 3 Jopm 5 50 am 10 50 p in being the ora- nrniy during and Bradley, Mr. Dunlap 1216 a .Danville.., 1 js a m a m 1031 p m lantry tho lato war. He returned lijopm i Co in la 30a mi 45 am tended tho Press Association, came smil mill a 30 a m 3 33 a m 530 .Junction City..,, i 13 pm 9 top m Harry Terlau, son of a well known tor of tho occasion. Mr. O'Bradley now to Lincoln after tho war nnd 10 ao pm , uu inn a 03 ii in 300pm m' 3oincrei pm shortly af- 650pm ing up onu day last week with pictures merchant, of Covington, was toia in 11 35 a 330am 0 30 a m Oakdale uum! 4 15 a nr v J i' killed by feels it bigger man than "Dr. Bon" him- terwards married Miss Drye, and she 35 in 4 3am 8 35 a m1 6 40 p m Ar'v.Chattanoosa...L've oao pnn 7 1000 pm of all tho lawyers who were holding n a woman by a blow 35 a m 406am on the bend with n self nud says he knew it nil the time, nnd with four children, 9 ion ml 700pm lve..ChattanooKa.Ar'v 7 35 a in 3 00a m ranging in ages from meeting there. When it comes to en- beer gluss n dance in I oa p ml 9 49 p in Ar'v AHall.i,. that after he made tho Collier entry 14 to 21, survives him. 447 m at Turner Hall. 143 p m 11 45 pm lve... Ilirminshani 300pm 300pm Tlioy went to terprise nnd making n pictorial paper, 608 pm .Tutcalooia 30a m1 lihen S. Allen, the defaulting ex- - Faulkner had not tho ghost of a chance Texas to live several years ago, oa am where ho II 15 pm 4 45 amiAlv.. ., .Menuian Uroy Woodson can beat tho world. Ive looop in President Ferry of n Bailroad Company, for tho survevorship. This has been n had been tpjito successful in a ni,il ooam Atv..Sew tlrlcan..L, ve 4 ij a 030 3 3511 in a business ,i 5 to a m L've...Meridian .,.. Ar'v 9 40pm nt New York, bus been sentenced to im- bitter fight for n soft position with littlo view. Tlio remains wero ... 9 10 a m lve Jackton. ...,. Ar'v o lop ni temporarily The commission has paid out 100,000 Hi 5 a m L.'ve..MVickibiirr, ,. prisonment nt hard labor for fourteen work and good pay, in which no gloves buried there, to bo brought hero if 400pm to the Johnstown sufferers nnd still hnve tho 4 351'm L.'vc,.,....Monroe 1003 a m ..I 8.top years. wero used, and tho impression with most family decido to return to Kentucky. Ar'v,...Shrcvciorl... 6 00 a in $1,800,000 on hand, which it will hold Pied Loshmau, a saloon keeper who people here, where Collier and Faulkner North. Hound: Train No, 3, Pullman lloutloir Ilufiet Sleeping Cart, New Orleant to Cincinnati for tho present. The entire amount wns F." John L, Sulivan having been releas- Shrevenortto 6, Chattanonsa. i'ullmanlloutloir Iluffet Sleeping Cart New Orleant to Cincinnati contributions. "And shot Thomas Thomas at Itoslyn, Wis., both live, ia that tho light was not so Train No raised by private Faulknbideth faith, hope, charity, these becauso ho would not settle up, was tak- much for Collier as il wns ngainst "Gin-ern- ed on 1,000 bond, ponding nnd nppenl of now l his case, made haste to get out Mississip-Pi- . 'Ihree; but the greatest of theso is char en from jail nud lynched by n mob Fri- ner, who liua never recognized in JOHN C. GAULT, Genera. day night. Bradley" a eocial equal. ity." Semi-Weekly afTnire which It is bnd InteriorJournal!,quires:!u judge6tn'obo ofaccompanied by ren to body-gunrd ! vice-preside- TEE LAST SLAUGHTER SALE of the SEASON In August sell our Summer ! - I of I I - d Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c, Our Summer and sell at prices that enable of sell it all, matter what the may 1S57-'5- MUST BE CLOSED OUT THIS MONTH, if at a quarter its have cut another biJ - Even - '- "'' cold-bloode- d and this will the last or this as our buyer at the York market and goods are arriving daily. American Indigo Bines, bimpsqn Black and Fancy Manchester, and brands' of at Sever lard: Mnnrl i' yard at worth Challis at vcr vara, worm Merrimac Sateens at worth American Sat loc: yard wide 12 worth Men's French Balhri&an Shirts 40c, worth toe; .lien's Gauze Undershirts worth Men's fine Feckwear m all styles at Boca worth 50c; Ladies' Silk Mills at 15c l-2l-2- tins out of prices , "u malting this the banner m order make for new I all mill nrnin on Summer -- of ,.,! description i,, 1 1 ' AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. ! ..... . I "' Manager. ,' fflo Co MTQPODY9 1 ! ' j MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AMD .r-..- ' i j ' j WINTER 41 GOODS.' TjA-- ' - -- u.n Farm-dale- 11111 ' . . vis-itiu- g The Great Remedies! .i I : Am:"" -- - ":.W;yh oi-H- cr. '' '' Mocks-of-Fiv- e office-seek- WIUIAMSBURC !.. ilM-lf- , -i SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAC3 HlCTFPMAlVo VAXiW ' . ' ' ! I . j J . I Cincinnati and leans. lMica-tion- miu s, V I Courier-Journa- l, fity, v 1 ) r- -i i,-- ........!...!! .. I I'-- ' e nr-ilil- "" 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 1 ' 1 111 , j T W- 111 & awil J'HHWMa'.i'.w'i'i & "f f,3JV1' "" f' ST?1 vjf'S Tarvr ri 7" - -- ; ' "7 -- j. -- -- ri McL TiiEtwina born to Mrs. J. L. Tottcn ageB In the northwest, the total this year II. GflAYiiEvi, fins deen appointed postmaster nt 0. K., In this' county, vice on Sunday died n few hours nftcrwnrd will not fall below 500,000,000 bushels of nml were buried nt Mr. John Brynn'B wheat. J. A. Acton. W. II. Terhune sold within tho last yesterday. Mixed Stanford, Ky.. August 120. 1889 kinds for spices nmlnt ingredients of nil I iiAvn UOO.OOO brick now rendy .for week, ninu hundred slu'ep, stock ewes, A. A. Warren's pickles to dillerent parties, nt prices ranging sale, or will take continets to build hous"Model Grocery. from from 5:.S!." to S4.S!.") per head. liar- es, chimneys, cisterns, &c. W. F. rmlHtiiiru Democrat. E.C.WALTON, BUM. Mnnufier A. T. Nl'N.NKM.KV llllS BOlll tO Jollll Stanford. It. II. Crow refused an oiler of $500 Heudren his Interest in the ice nml fruit King School. Mrs. II. A.Kvans' preparato- at Richmond for a business of Xunnelley & Hampton. ry school for Willesby and Vnssar will colt, which witii six weeks' han MEANS BUSINESS. It is a little late to tell it, but it will be bo opened Mondny, September 2d. A dling trotteil a hall mile in S!l ami n A. 11. ComkiuhI settle your account nes to some when we announce that course for young girls who do not expect furlong in 20 mtoiiN. Penny. Tho piomise of nn nbundnnt corn Mr. Joe S. Grimes and wife, of Hlinbeth-towto go through college will be arranged. Watch ks nml Jewelry repaired nml ' . are rejoicing over the advent of n crop has produced a great demand for warranted. A. It. I'enny. Aiim Hiioke. A son of Mr. H.C. Gann stock hogs. Good ones are current at 4j Tiik best place to buy drills, patent girl. at Rowland was kicked on tho arm by a cents, while o cents has been obtained medicines ami toilet nrtlclcH is at A. It. deMii.,anii Mas. Maiik Hauiiin very horse Saturday and had it broken. As Pennv's. Demlightfully entertained Miss Sallio Berry, ho is not over six or eight years of age, for a few prime lots. Winchester liny vnnr nchool books, ink. tablets, ocrat. nper, pencils and school supplies of nil of Monticello, on Friday evening. Some it will require but a week ortwo to unite Win. Moreland bought Wednesday Eimis trom a. it. runny. 10 couples worn present and partook of ami he will feel no bad e'lcctfl from it in of dillerent parties in Lincoln 200 sheep their hospitality. after years. ntflMO. Richnrd Gentry is in Madison PERSONAL POINTS. To My I'atkosh I need money to Colored Institute county buying mules. Ho hns bought The Lincoln County to Mas. C. J. IIaiiky is at Crab Orchard purchase my fall stock and ask as an es- convened nt Stanford yesterday with about 25 at prices ranging from Springs. pecial favor that thoe owing mo will Supt. Mc CI n iv in the chair and Prof. C. $11)5. Advocate. Miin. M. Mii.i.kh returned to Louisville please come forward and settle at once C. Monroe, of tho Frankfort Normal Jones i& Gay, of Winchester, have I'len-- e yesterday. attend to this at once. Mrs. School, conductor. After remarks by purchased of 7 farmers 298,000 pounds of Miss M.votni: Ni:ui.am is visitlni; at Kate Duddemr. the superintendent as to the work be- hemp, at prices ranging from $1.50 to Crab Orchard. fore the body, the conductor made quite $1.75. Acreage of hemp in Clark is as Hv mutual consent we have dissolved Mini Kva IIBA1H.KV is visiting friends interesting talk on education nml the large as last year, and the yield will be and desiring to close up the an partner-hi- p nt Crab Orchnrd. teacher's work in general. After the en- good both in quantity ami quality. all tho .o indebted A hogshead of tobacco raised by A. Mie. A. J. Kuir is viitiii: relatives, in linn business, we ask rollment of the teachers present, some to no, either by nofc or account, to come Huntington, W. Vn., Miss Susie M. Snooks was sold in Louisville this convenience. dozen or more in number, J. H. I'axto.v, Kwj., has been spending and settle at their earliest Penman was made secretary, It. Durham week for $'M per hundred, tho highest Mcltoberts A: Stagg. " Very Kespectfully, eoino time at Crab Orchard Springs. critic and S. W. Parr was elected to take price for Hurley recorded for any market m I'iidf. J. M. llmiiAiit) is making n tour Wiiii.k on n visit to Virginia n Stan- charge of the qucrry box. While nwait-in- in tho world this season. His entirecrop of the mountain towns for his Collect. for more teachers to come in, the du- averaged $21.!W. Pans Kentuckian. ford girl attended an Kpiscopal service Talton Embry, Sr., of Louisville, one C. V. CiKsrnv and family have moved for the llrst time. She was much pleas-- ties of the district trustee were discussed to W. II. Miller's place on the CO. plki. I with the novelty, but wrote her moth- by all present In n manner that clearly of the best posted cattlemen in Ken Mit. I M. L.ti.i:v is at home after an er she thought the preacher showed showed that the colored tenchers of the tucky, says there Is no prospect ol any absence of eight weeks with his racers. wretched tate by appearing in a Moth county nre thoroughly in earnest. The early rise in price of cattle. The country Max. J. X. Mknki'Kk and (.on, Sam, nre er Hubbard, even if the weather was afternoon exercises commenced with the everywhere is full of cattle, and so long victim; relatives in I'ulmkl nml Waynu warm. discussion of the word method of teach- ns that condition exists, no change can counties. ing spelling ami reading with beginners be expected. J. II. Hilton has sold to John An- and wai continued nt length. J. It. Ot'iKiKi.u ICmj , of Indeiiendence, llrdwn, of Tennessee, is and lot at RowMo., has Joined hii wife at Capt. K. T. derson his dead at 02. land for JI7.". Mr. Hilton will remove Rochester, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. I'noi. S. .1. IVu.toi has cone to his stock to Crab Orchnrd nml occupy John Thornton, nged 21, nnd Miss NEW AIVEKTIEMENTS. in the Harris House, Georgetown to remain till the College the Fannie T. Gaddis, aged 15, both of the where he will do his ueneral seseion opens. and deal extensively Milledgeville neighborhood, were marMit. IloiiKiiT Smith, of the Me Kinney I ried at Mr. T. J. Hatcher's by Judge &c. is out again after a ndge in crow ties. nuighliorhood, Varnon, Friday. Lot, Will A llriclc with a broken lev. allow, Min Nnme Maiuw entertained quite J. M. Heath, aged 12 and four times On Semertt ttrcet, at jireirnl Ottiipied by Mr, of Mh. and Mas. S. V. Cooptr. A try ilclrl'le pl' e and can le n number of her young friends in a very u widower, ami Miss Rebecca Kidd, nged (; spent Sunday with their relative, obtamrtl at n bargain Addrc or call on ngreeable manner Saturday and each en- Id, were married at Mr. J. 11. Kidd's yes V H. AMKUiON, Harper, Kana, Col. Thomas W. Miller. t store-roojoyed theevening superbly. At the prop-i- terday. Mr. Heath mult be a man of, Or I M. .McROllEKTb, Stanford. Ky. Mr. Maiiv 0'b.n, of Lincoln county, time refreshments were served and unusually winning ways to have won is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will as they were presided over by Mrs. M. the hearts and hands of four women be FOR SALE OK C. Davis. Somerset Heporter. I). Klmore it i superfluous to say that ore reaching middle age. Mas. J. M. Wnw and Mrs. .1. T. Lynn (ocd Iloutc and Lot at Maywood. Suitable for ' doclur or teacher everything was in abundance and ns on lot Good nre spxiiding a mouth with Mr. Milton 1) L. STLI'li Apply to CHURCH AFFAIRS. nicely prepared as could be. Maywood, Ky III. 41 L. Wakelleld at IHixmiinu'ton, Elder C. 1'. Williamson lias accepted Mas. Chaiii.i:s W. Khcmkii, of New AlThe meeting of iliK"ine rrie kid crowd" A DI.SIRAULE bany, pasM'd up Saturday to spend a with MKs Foxie Pennington Thursday the position as canvasser for the endow while nt Crab Orchard Springs. evening was an exceedingly pleasant one ineiit fund of the Kentucky University, RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Stagg, of Miis. Jtua Cham Dins left yesterdnv and nearly all of the members were pres and has entered energetically upon his offer for a1e privately my Reldence and I'ie for Cincinnati to spend a few weeks be ent. Miss loxie entertained handsome- work. Acreiof Land on Danxille meet In Stanford. The Rood repair and all the be to The Richmond Register says that houie l roomy and in attached Ioeuon given fore returning to her Kansas home. of ly and treated her guestx to a most exnre For further parlicu-la- r Cahmi.v, a popular and at- cellent lunch, prepared to n great extent Dr. J. A. Henderson, the Mitx I.kttik within two eek after iale. callonCol. W O. Welch Stanford, Ky crad. tractive young lady of Crab Orchard, is by her own hands, thus showing her to Methodist preacher, fell down the steps drrttme at l.aiamie, Wjominc Territory. M C. SAUKLEV. visiting Miss Kinniii Hani. Louisville be an expert at anything she puta her nt his residence, dislocating his arm from 4t. Times. the socket, since which he has suffered hands to. ! Mivxus Sai.uk and Jussu: Cook, o' greatly. One IIi'Niiti:iTnoiNi) Dollaiw In Oils, School Boohs, llustotnille, and Ijiura Lindenberger, of Preparations are being made for the And Stocl, Farming l'tcnnli, IlUcVunithi Tooli Dr. L. 11. Wanton nnd contain Acres first-clas- s Louisville, were guests of Mrs. G. It. Seven Months. low entertainment of 2."0 ministers and dele and Furniture. Said Farm the farmi 133 Dr lien ol Rev. I.S. McKlroy have jut raised $100,- - gates who will be in Versailles on the oftillabli) land, adjoimnn Joe 'lomlinson, and Swopc, tleneral Cano nnd Cooper. to do goods. (XX) for the further endowment nml al.i, ,i.n mil frnm ItrvanUvillp. Garrard conn- 20th, to attend the State Convention of Mit. Tom Saiwukh, of Louisville, was mu tooa hock best workman-lik- e equipment of Central University. This the Christian Church, which will remain ty. Ky. forA all pnrpotes, larm, plenty ui wuier cood (encirc a tenant timber ' joiuetfby his wife hero Satunlay and houtei, a new itable of 10 italUj rent readily dcserevdly jiopularUniver-- ) Very vigorous and style. days. u session lor $300 per enr. Heft chance ever offered a they nre now enjoying Crab Orchard ami Sale to good home foru imall amount of money sity is fast taking tho front rank among Dripping Spring. on premiei Sept. 3, iSSo, at a p. tn take the best educational institutions of the' If .olJpmate.y FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ,.,, y W,LS0S The Misses Shelby entertained at "Ar- land. Its location is beautiful and heal-cadia," their country home, Friday eve- thy, courses of study extensive audi FokSai Six or eight red boars. J. ning, in honor of their cousin, Miss Lucy thorough nml tho social surroundings I I! nice. Shelby, of Icxington. James Roy bought of John Anderare of the very lx.'st. We know of no This notice forewarn hunter , rUhermen and C. li Gestiiv arrived from the west of son .'! aged mules nt SRtO. other not to tretpas on our land without tier. Bifer, better place for the education Dealer In be prowuted to the fullall such yesterday and learned for the first time Wm. Catron, of l'ulnki, sold to mission, a of tho lawwillSigned. young men. eit extent of the death of his oldest child, which $;1.50. Johnson, of Moyle, 200 ewes at OEO V HOPPER. T. I MILL. I occurred nweek or so ago. Nkvkii IIeatex. Kentucky's honored A. T. Xunnelley has bought in the J.M .McROlir.inP.lR..M. S. BAUGHMAN, tOUT McALISlKK. J.K I1AUGIIMAN Mrs. M. K. Hki.m and MUm-- Lettie tereaMirer, Judire Stephen G. Sharp, last few days 00 bead of ewes at $U.50. S II. S. 11 SHANKS. A M KKLAN'D STANFORD, KY. nml May Helm have returned, after a spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife IIKNRY Mr. Thornton Porter, sends us a MRS PKNCK. 11AUGH.MAN JOHN w HOLMES, E.T. stay at Dripping Springs and family at Alum Springs. He is specimen of the oj foot clover he is mow- - A I C. PARKISH, HAYDI.N, D V. IIOLMKS. much improved In health. much elated over his large majority, j,, Mh- -. Turo. CiMiiiv and Mrs. Nannie which is about double what lie calcu- Tlioums Means, of Adair, bought of T AOfll I A Large Side Pocket Iiook contain- P. and Miss Susie lated on. The judge has never been M T Yantis, of IjVJOl ink' lot other U(i9L.n tilly for ihr.D nr lour tiDtcs a and of fee bill 01 J A Ilailey. n 1iDer.11 natier Jiatighmau, of Cnd Orchard, have been beaten for anything he started after. He 417reward will be paid for the ahoe book and paper P. Newland, Stanford. Otis returned to rne. grests of Mrs. D. 11. Stagg, Jr. Hepart-- , M Kahn purchased of E. & J. GotT, ".as (Irst elected chief ot the Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is 1'itoF. Aiineii KooKiis the then jailer, county C.,rCi 5) iea(i 0( in ment pound cattle at full and complete. We call special attention to our charge of the Au- attorney, county judge and now after j; educator, will have . nt Auburn, Ky., next ses- tilling the position of trinurer, given burn Colle', l lwe on hand 200 best mountain .t..n Liinuini. ttimnttlve lu be indebted sion, which Insures n snccesful one. him by Gov. Ruckner, he is endorsed mv(.8 aro for s'e il q. Gover, to M.I. Richard, eillier forcooJ or ern or nme Tho best Casket of the kind ever invented. colt, wlllae troubleby icltline hand wtth Jamc Mns. J. D. Foiiiiehteii, the hnmlsoirc by the people in n manner which shows Qra, Orchard. lor Frve a I have put them in hi M. L. RICHARDS Louihtillulndy who used to visit the how highly he is appreciated. He is ni l). x.Prewitt has bought of various Embalming' under the most approved method when desired. , Misses Uenzloy, is dying in thatcity from cupltnl fellow and will further demon-- jmrtjt. j tlii county Boino 1500 ewes at of the people and tho ;(;, to SU.0O. J. G. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. tetntnus, resulting from nn operation re- strate the splendid old governor, who has served Steele sold cently performed on her. ln Fnyette It. D.nnd Pat DENTIST. Mas OriiEUATiioMi'soMiml daughter, his state so well. To thso who think t0 nvxm v0bb l yearling mules at on Lancatter Mreet, opponte of Louisville, returned that Kentucky is short of funds we will jjyo per head. Office Miss Mary Clay, Stanford, Ky. "') Tjlu (jNVt. y0W8 reports sales of 1!W home yesterday, after spending the bum- say that the judge tells us that she has mer with Mrs. G. A. ljiekey ami Mrs. K. over $300,000 subject to his check and Cotsw old and Southdown sheep at $4.25 DISSOLUTION ! that it Is "still er coming." T. Ko'hcster. IDIRCrG-a-ISiu.mi. 10 sgo Mns. Mahy Di'nn, Mrs. W. I. Walton, -a- tellito trotted six miles in Helm, Stacs i by The copartnerhlp of McRobett Miss Itettie Paxtou and Jim Hurtoii Iowa, breaking the record ,.mi.i rnnuiii ilL.nl vi 1!. Mr. Staci! retiring, and l who cooks for Mrs. Win. Geer, was going be conducted by W. II. DRUGS. BOOKS, STATIONERY, thebu.iue.!! hereafter joined Mrs. Dr. L. F. Hull'man nml othMcKoberts. . home Saturday night, she whs accosted for )'" ,",a,,lc- 1,n8 t ' anu me ne er Stanford people at Crab Orchard yes- 1... n.,iw -- 1 The account .. ......rn nf b.td romitP. n""x npicared in the books will be at will old jointlyandconecietiIndebted " those lund, the FANCY ARTICLES, &C. WWKL terday, to remain n week or two. V 3U C Vw" WATCH. i...'...l.ll... would walk with her. When Now York hop llelds, threatening the ... .. en settle uiiv ilsv. We dc!rc toexprch our sincere thank to our eiutomer for their kind Miss Annie Amoun, after a delightful of the whole crop accurately compounded, I'hyiicianiprejcnptioii our truly, they got to the coal yard Hansford made destruction tiutronace. McKOHKRTS & STAGO visit of two months to Miss Madie White A Cincinnati dealer has nerchased ,j iff an indecent proposal, which the woman BO4, nml other friends in Virginia and West 2,(H)0 head of fat cattle in Itourbon spurned. He then seized her and in tho about Viiginia, is again nt homo to the joy of counties at $3,3o to $4.7o. sculilo tore nearly all of her clothes oil and adjoining STOCK OF WATCHES, her many friends. Tho fact that sbo THE LARCEST A Darren county man cut half of his succeeded in getting away She llnally gained IS! younds I, avoirdupois shows CLOCKS, JEVELRY & SILVERWARE. from vi and reaching tho hall, where fine cron of tobacco Aug. 0. Some of tho mttmztxmxtm ummmmmm, thnt she made substantial improvement CHICA80 Kt ,tg- O)) lOUISVUtl.lltWAtBAIITt there were a number of colored men. leaves, bays tho Times, were US inches Ever brought to thi market. Price lower than while enjoying the long Bummer days. the lowest. Watchc, Clock and Jewelry He. She told them what had occurred and lonj;. She took In the noted White Sulphur paired on lhortjnotice and warranted. I). X. l'rewitt bought an aged niulo Hansford coming up at the time, abused resorts and comes nml other ljer roundly and attempted to shoot Jim of M. 1). Klmore for $100 and n lot of Leawnc lloth back perfectly charmed with everybody flanks, when ho ollered to take the woof M. S. llaughinan averaging 1,400 and everything. J.N. MENEFEE. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI A C SINE man's part. Marshal Owens arrived on pounds at lj cents. V. A. Sutton sold to Price Hudson, the scene about this time and soon had to Traveler. Daily, Secure CITY AND VICINITY. ravisher in jail. Tho wo- of New Orleans, 20 of tho llnest mules in the would-bsuspicion, but that the county, 11 bands high at S103. Mt. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Dealcri In Wanted. A good blacksmith. J. W. man is not above does not givo a man the right to insult Sterling Democrat. Kver attempted between the creat commercial Wallace. Chicago, If not sold beforo I will have some citie on the Ohio Ktver andcomfortable and hyce her, and tho coloied people aro very train betime and moil o the fatet Wantci). A gooo blacksmith, Apply much incensed over the matter. .01110 nice male Derkbhiro pigs ready for In the. South, or to the Wet and tween all point thi train on all Lntlis, Sliiiijfles, on tho market next county court Northweit, ii The counternartof Limited Rxprei. of them as'scit that Hansford ought to bo at this olllce. denominated The runk line rolling nock we employ give patron B3C.X3STDS The tuperb hung, but it is not likely any attempt day. John Dright. Unlimited Comfort Tsi: our patent wiro nnd slat fenco for Coffey bought in Casey county in the South Joe will be made to stretch his worthless OiTAt all Coupon Ticket Office Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Say time tnhlei fencing stacks. SIno & Menefee. heifers nt 2J you will find ourand ttick to and ticket. you want neck. She was not so much in the case 2 head of 2 nnd Monon, il get Monon thought at first and at tho trial cents, and sold to Johu Land a pair of to ave money and have a pleaiant Journey.11. fw, K. O. MclJKNI Wantbii, those who linvo not paid ns was Cedar and Locust Posts. General Paitencer Agent, Chicago before Judge Carson yesterday the de- aged mnro mules for $275. their accounts with us to do so at once. City Ticket Agent and OHicri: Lumber Yard. We will carry a full tock of everythinif fouad In a nrt-clLouis Tho St. discharged on tho main fendant was I M. 1IUCKNKR, "7 4th Ave., LouUville. Ky A. C. SINE, nukincti Manager. "We need tho monoy to buy goods for tho thinks thnt, nfter nl allowances for dam- - K, A. Torkbncb, f) Vine t., Cincinnati Ohio. chnrgo nnd held for nssault. " fall trade. Sovernnro & Son. Semi-Weekly InteriokJournal L. A i Our Ham-Be- y, First Shipment of Al-mo- ut ! 1 n, FALL PANTS ITow EEAD7 for th. Trade. m l BRUCE McROBERTS m m g fr e JONES BRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, Qucensawrc, Glassware, Tinware, exchange for Country Produce and highest market prices. Powers' old m. store-hous- e Kx-Go- store-roo- ' murehnn-chanillsebiiine- FOR SALE StapleFaney Groceries, House and Itow-LA.M- Dan-vill- e, the l-- 11 I RENT. ENS-O- chool-ho- I t tt K Having purchased the interest -- I well-know- n Mr. will the business at the old stand, where conduct shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a II Public Sale of a Farm -- --. . :..:-- .. i I Wall Paper, Jewelry Paints, prices, for and Silverware at Jeweler, watch I have a good in the ready and jewelry repairs respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs! W. B. MoBOBEBTS. 1 Pc.fi -- POSTED. Be IKo - WEA wmm Undertakers' tot s I1KL-J- Furniture and Goods two-week- I . I ) d J -, The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades I well-kno- jx) Settle Witli James Frye. .111 ettle-men- dM M j I1TDESTBTJCTIBLE BXJEIL CASKET, t. m court-hom- e Ao Mo T k. nfnr,l. ...,,, A-I PIMNY9 & T' m JEWELER, 'zhZtfE MfeSfed r LZEJrsytr- I iiAiii mmm mtm ;S&uGsmLC 1 111 well-know- n fat-co- A NEW FAST MAIL f w- e SINE & iVIENEFEE, Etc., ROTJaH AND DBBSSBD LUMBER, sor-vic- Mo-no- GSiSLSH, DOORS AKTD PATENT "WIKE A1TD SliAT FE1TCE, a tD fl Globe-Democr- nt jaiiv.,-';- j j Sfct ,t jti5ti. -- &! i . tiV, Vt til jJ-yj- k - . -- yr- Tt iEfc Tribute to the Memory of Dr. Perkins Letua add another tribute to the mom ory of our beloved friend, Dr. J. M. Per-- i kins, whose pentlo spirit took Its .light in tho silent hours of the night of All" gust tUh. His life was one long Bacriiice for tho good of others. For 50 years ho rode on horseback through the snows of winter and tho heat of summer, to bend with pity and kindness over tho bed of the suHerinp and dyiiiR. Not always did he hope for pecuniary reward, but, without a murmur, would rise nnd go A jA Prevention of Typhoid Fever. Tho State- Hoard of Health. Dr. 1'inck- - I a Candidate for Superintendent of Public y Thompson, pntaMeiit, has issued the Schools, subject to the Democratic Primary I. lee tion to be held in Ociober. following: the most Typhoid fever is probably .L. DAWSON preventable of all diseases, not oven la a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub excepting smallpox. It Is now known Jcct to thejiction of the Democracy that, like cholera and dysentery, the NEW-LANgerm or (.pucilic cause of this disease is contained in tho discharges from the Is a Candidate for taller of l.iuci.lu County, sub bowels of those sick of it and that, ject to the action of the Democracy. while other methods of introducing the SAM M. poison into the system are possible, it most generally gains entrance thiough Is a Candidate fir reelection n Jailer of Lincoln the medium of an infected water supply county, tublect lu the action of the Democratic party. usually the use of well water polluted This may bo direct by fecal tuirtter. G. S. from drinking such water, or indiiect, Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subas by using milk or other articles of ject t) the action of the Democratic party. food or drink front cans or vessels washed in it. Ice fiom an infected source, is N. also dangerous since it lias been pioven Is a Candidate for Sheriff, su'.icct t the action of the Lincoln County that freezing does not destroy the infective principle. D. While water from all soutces of Hiipply is liable to contamination, well water Isa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County. is especially so, whether located in city, subject to the action of the Democrat y. town, summer watering place or country. M. Thus out of 314 cases occurring in Louis ville in 18S4, I2l)S of the persons used Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. well water habitually, and some of the Ktec.iou August, i(V. other 111 tlid so occasionally. In tho now famous epidemic at Plymouth, Pa., II. involving tho sickness of 1,101 persons, With the death of 114 and an actual outlay in & money of $(17,100.17, tho outbreak was traced to the use of water polluted by Manufacturers of Vine Saddles and Harness, in every st)le to Ihe the fecal discharges of one imported case and Trottingand finish knownspecialty trade Race Kquipmeutsa No. 5J Kast Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. of the disease. Facts no less convincing might be multiplied indefinitely if space permitted. In a smaller way they are common in the experience of most phyI keep on hand a No. 1 quilitv of Jcllico. Lily and Nut Coal in my yard. Lease your orders at sicians in active practice. Yard or S. S Myers' store aud they will he attend Usually the wells are sunk near tho ed to promptly. J. It. ilIGlilNS, Star ford ky kitchen, ami in dangerous proximity to 63 the privy and other sources of contamination. The well draws its supply from W. F. UcCLARY U Published Evory Tuesday and Friday AT W. MTWhcn not 10 paid $2.60 will be charged." Marlon ilovle. Lincoln. Uarrard and washini. ton will find all the news relating t9 matters of In terest to them in the 4 Ihe leading paper of V UvJATilj Central Kentucky, issued luesdar and Irlday of - cents nnd try It each week, Ji per year Send lor three months. Address 11, li Doyle, lluslncis Manager, Danville, Ky. 15 -. la CiuL-iJ1U..III.II Traders, U .I .. m. .1. LUUI1U.. a . 1IIG Horsemen and K. AJJ j- THIS preparation, without K.C. at LOCAL TIME CARD. Trln 4:50 OTIS P. D leave Rowland at 7:00 n. m., returning p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. u Ji p m Mail train going North South ' " " 131pm " South Express train it 57 P m out into the dark, unfriendly night and 0 North ride through dense forests and over 630 m Local Freight North South. J JSP " rocky hills, to respond to the call of tho The latter trains also carry passengers. poor us well as the rich. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar time ii about 10 minute fatter Pin it v and honesty were his predoini OWENS Tan. A few applications will render the most stubbornly ml ekln rtoft, etnooth and A M. Feland has 4 good Milk Cow for sale, all white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or thoroughbred Shorthorns, with cats es 10 days old, powder tocorcr defccli, but a rcniotlr to cure. has ing had cakes within t hours of each other,. It is mporior to all other preparations, and A good chance to get a good c.w and a thorough is guaranteed to aire satisfaction. At drug-pis- some nice young bred bull calf cheap. Also haveor mailed for 60 rrnt. Prepared br bulls ready for sen ice. Jlc O. ts FOR SALE! '"cul plos, -- " if,-e, ,. Inlll.M MM.nMn iiuiii;iiuini-iuLlver-Mnlnn. Black-Hor.d- Sunburn and Plm- - J7 A M 37m FKLAN1). Stanford, Kv CARPENTER MENEFEE For Salo I I r G. BITTiNTSn itsr,. onto. T-- -. CO., For Sale at McKoheris.V tiagt's, Stanford, Ky STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. gro-rer- & & n itintr characteristics. Chaste in speech, he was never known to utter a word unlit for the eais of 11 pure young girl even in his last hours of delirium. He was modest in demeanor, retiring V RpYALItVMJ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, in disposition, shunned publicity, was nover aggressive, but rather waited for Iv V. MT. VJCK-N'Osome one else to speak before giving his Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. thoughts on any subject. Special attention gn en to diseases of children He was that noblest work of God an honest man. "Jlonesty is tho best policy" was not a pleasing maxim to his Sails, iShincrhs and For Salo. ear. He scorned such a sentiment, believing that a man should be honest be Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles. cause it is right. Ho had a strong venerhand hate onuv....... Melt's. W'jfflens Misses' . and rciLi-...1.. 1... si... L'...u.. ..1 r ation for the great and eternal principles and Mundelle, which I will sell K ihe sery lowest of right prices I rue bought them and they must be sold My stock l complete and llxe who want . He was a kind and considerate master bargains ian get them by railing. I mean husi . W C ltWI.hV, ess during the dark days of slavery. His slaves looked upon him with love and purity, This powder never varies. A marvel strength and wholesoineness. More economical reverence, often saying that he had nevthan the ordinary kind and can not be sold in er spoken unkindly to them. Had all competitiou with the multitude of low test, short LONDON, KENTUCKY. weight, alum or phosphatepowder. Sold only in masters been like him, the piteous cry cam. JIUYAL. UAKI.NO I'OWUtK CO.. for freedom would never have been heard CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR 18 06 Wall street, New York. from the persecuted race. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First To his children he wis all tenderness, class Kare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night Trains are met by Polile Porters 01 this Popular having raised a son and daughter to Attorney at Law, f. Houst. years of maturity without even correctKontuoky. ing them, except in tones of gentle reStanford, 1825. an inverted cone, having its apex at the Will riraciice in all the court of this and adjoin monstrance. No need for the lash in his on Main bottom of the well and its base at tiie My Now ing counties and in the court ofappe.il. household. Stanford, Kv- For Office oer McKobcrts & Stage's drug store. arch- - to Mr. V. Even to animals he was always kind. surface of tho ground. In dry seasons H irons. Stanford. terms mle at Danville, Ky H. N or to H0I.MKS. base is often extended until the well On Dwellings, ILiuti-hol.OTTIK 31 furniture. Stores, MerLike Uncle Toby, he would not need- this chandise, A. , apply to the old less lessly trample on a harmless insect, but becomes a receptacle for tho more or HARRY A. EVANs, Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. ROWLAND, KY., thought the world wide enough for all. perfectly filtered tilth from all sources When he would return from a long ami found in the uverage back yard, and the ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Lightning clauses attichrd and damages paid Dealer In sparkling in its apparent whether lire ensues ur not. water, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps exhaustive trip through mud and in- miritv. often OKO II IIRUCE, Agent. STANFORD, KV 17 becomes a culture fluid for any I clement weather, though tired and hunBoon, Shoe. Clothing. Hardware, Queens way into it. Engineering and Surveying in gry, ho would never sit down to refresh disease germs finding their ware, Tinware, Furniture and a Two methods of prevention, having all branches, himself with a good meal until his faithGroceries, General Line the same general object in view, are to ful horse was stabled and fed. Fancy Candies, Canned Goods, &c. be recommended. The first involves of Produce taken in exchange for Roods. "He doeth best who loveth best All kind All things both great and small." the thorough disinfection of all discharg-- , I But why speak of these things ? Are es from the bowels of typhoid fever pa- - Havln f located in Dallas. Teas. and epectinif of Centre College, Preparatory Ssparlmsnt 51) Fo.irth Aser je, il public i.fe. I nil they not held as treasures in the hearts tients. This is best done by" tho use of ft "l8 " m' '"""'-ur.n- j - of those to whom his memory is dear? u solution of chloride of lime, eightounc Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, It is like "painting the rose or adorning es to the gallon of water, using a quart of ucssu.ij , 1889. l'utl course of study, both English and tho lily" to attempt to portray his char this solution for each discharge, anil al- - My Farm of 120 Acros. on the Turners ill Classical. Instruction cspe tally adapted to pre and MrKinuey pike, it. unlet from Turncrtrille, pare young men for the r rcthman Class. A litter acter, which stands out before thethous lowing it W stand in the vessel at least in Lincoln county I he tarm has on it a MT. VERNON, KY. hoiiwj, Uaru, me.it hou.ei A..., a fine cisal English education is furnished to any one who anils who knew hiui in beautiful sin - one hour before emptying. A Holution may not desire t take the classical course. Term tern; is well fenced with new cedar and loost ..1.1 ml w.ll.Vu.t.1. W..!r. ..ill mi. In. In .......... licity and truth, but it a pleasure and a of corrosive mblinute, tvo ilr.u'hms to posts and rails; in splendid repair, with ncs-emoderate. JAMKS B. WALTON, Principal. Danulle, Ky. eolaco to churchea, water, cons enient S3 those who loved him best to t ho wtllon of water, will answer the Mine Uillni stock within IS, miles of tiMcKinnev. agood mj its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp. .. . schools and sta..! -mkli w w ..... . , . . I. ri.r sn, 1. XKWCUMH say these things to the public. purpose, IJUt requires lO remit... I.. lunger is nut a .L s.iiciruu i'rs muw. suemere. Preo. ' better larm lain.; into S. V. P. ELLEWOOD SEMINARY Uiaterirtl to be tllSlll- - eumioeraiie-n- , in Lincoln cuunty. It will hive to l Mt Verssoss. Ky. 111 Contact Wltll t!0 Bed or body linen soiled by iVwi"m ",,r'""',,d" Si,e ,0 b""B P"'"!"-fected. The Grandest of the Season. AND NORMAL SCHOOL, I a, J ihe Q iM. D.. One more chance to visit Oltl Point. such patients should be disinfected by , same iii aUoi publicly Lot..Mck P . ANCHORAGE. KY. 1 hi in Mckinm-yday mv IIoiim-ani 12 miles from I.ouistill).. Full corp. of teacher; OOII- - Is a nice littlccotta.e with 5 rooms, Mrvants' room, ' -orp The Old Kentucky Route, N. X. i'c M. V. .the Use Of till same solution Or ll thorough Instruction High Undine of .chnlarslilp . AiNr sJlvJJ, veranda in front, side porch, with a lie. cr failing Mild itrict discipline character!;?, all depiirtnient. I l aim CIieai)tt V' ' svO., J.. 1. Will mil Ml! ,, - svll ol nood water on bacL -porch, meat liou.--c, Term. Hrd. tukli.n t uel. ,ir . , "SH7 twv, .Mi..n ..n. i.w- muh.v.- - . .wiciii-ibiccon 1. Jirsa.iri iwf u, gppqui ,nit-u..- i.. ineSeCOIHl IIlCllllMl SCUSIVO SJ . wn. Wuu,b'MISN$TJ41tW.,Srw:'l.rAWoRA(.l. IT. excursion of the season to Old Point ami ""!---"- '. Has ni remosed to this place from Ulserty. to - - of the the famous Hyireia Hotel. A sj)ecinl ing the e of suspicious water, and es iiieniyim.eniie inuonu. term, . (.ivens Br,cll.e llU ,,rrJ.,IOn. call, the aitriti' frth.rpirlicularsoeJ. ready Ji, Mc to the fact that W ill be,ow at all hur sleepers and elegant nechlllV Well water, and where tllS Utlll or " on Ihe farw. M .n ,u or nlirlitl wave .icorn, whofiv LEXINGTON ! tram v'u or l3,,spent in MauUrd and llall Andewn. McKmney.or rit tome 1st and Thinr-year- s boil olicil water ofhis Hie were Iexinjiton at 7 o'clock not be done, to Kentucky i coatnes "'' t Main sintt, Dallas, I eas. i . lostwak ol hwalHliir as. In the, ..a JphyJiTi,n andTur is used for drinking purposes. p. m., r..r. voi-xoA share l ihe rsstren- sepi -'. age of the people of Stanford aud vicinity is.isted The round-trirate will bo $10 and absence of a nuro well ami Kuanlcd l by him. the tickets will he vjood to return on all public water supply, properly Mored THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR regular trains until Sept. .".Oth. This ex- cistern water in ptobtibly open to least C. A. BENEDICT & CO., YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Srndfor J J.T.PATTERSON, PHES. cursion will be inn at such a time as to objection. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, CafjrfoiiieoloRj.B.SKmNER.PniNi Tlieell'ect mil practice of these methoffer a splendid opportt nity to finish A VALUABLE FARM. care andi-omSTANFORD, KV the summer nt the seaside, returning ods will require intelligent home after the end of tho heated term expense, but it is confidently believed Jennie M I'eMnmfn, Pitt ,) Wells drilled t order and Pumps (urmshed at Llnc"1" factory prices. aud not in the midst of hot weather. that their jjcnenil adoption would rvsult j,,hnw' ieni..ni;ion, Deit y The 8urpii3-4n- g beauty of tho scenery in the practitmi disappearance of a dis , 11).,lucofajud,nient,( UntoInC,rcu,. A Modern Progresive School, alony this route and the many attrac- ease Which IS not OIllV II disgrace 10 OUT Court at its March term, i6y, m the above st) led .11. KIIUCI:., cause, I will on tions presented by the celebrated Ilygeia civilization, but an annual scourge and Monday, Where joiir,daulitn will he raugnt' how to te Hotel are too well known to need com8Aip 11m tax upon tho people of Kentucky, in At o'clock or thereabout, bciuir come true wo 41011, ju, well us NIIIUMH the tint ,of MM MM 1 MIIHB HUM I M lustructed in ment. Arr.uiu'ements have been made compari.-o- n with which yellow fever and the September term of ihe inrnlii County Court Uy or soil to the hlfhest bidder at public outcry hefore STANFOKD, KV. rates' from Old cholera sink into II, M.ltifnrd,Ky., Ihe follow- .IIC .UUH'HUUICUUUI Literature, Science, Ai't & Music. for special round-triPoint for those tlesirinj- - to extend their der of the board. SI'KCIAI. ATTt.V I ION lo rOMMKUCIAI. ,n&rit5-.W- o AerAs of Land M m.l,. ue.t KKV. C. POPK. President, Address Iloriea aad inulca bought and sole! outim; to Washington, Baltimore or of the city of Stanford, immcdutely on the Shelby traselera or Mrs S. C. TRCEHEART, say keep fresh meat two days City pike and ndioininc tne lands of Mrs Km in a Onl) rirt-cU- s One can hnrsesaud vehi les usad ill lltcry. New York. A no more favorable season K II. K. P. Woods, Dr. Ilmrh Keid, Ac Ldy Principal, at bS to 1U! above lont.fatid is in a fnirh .f.if .if . .iltit ill..n .in. I .m.. A No ttjent for the Tin. could be selected for visiting the.e cities. with the thermometer Ky. Millers'iurg, 43 fclinplv b' sliakint; llllely glOUIld ofthebett tmall farm near Stanford; has up-i- It WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- Kxcursiouists will have the additional ZiTO a new cottage, good barn and other mithiiil.linji " black pepper Oil each hlile to tile ....... atidlintirovemonu: aUomod water for isllimr privileges of stopping oil' at l.icimiond, R. B. or covering, using yoau"'y','n,,ne of "'" bct n"hborhoods in White Sulphur b'piings, Natural Bridge of makinn a solid coat SUCCESSOR TO then slink-- 1 Terms of Sale Said sale will he made oil a 110 salt till time for cooking; or any of the famous summer resorts credit of 6 and u inimtha; honds reiiuired of the Oil totheun-11111secunlv, M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, upon the tetuw tiip. Parties desiring ingoirthe pejwr, SJllinklo U.IISV-- the salt purehaier with koo,Ihavn.j the fMyahle and iffect derslgncd Com'r, force tiioi-i'i-i- l IIS US boil or IO ofaiudument, v.iih alien rttainesl hiioh the land deeping car space should semi in their 611 4TH AVENUE, untlf all of the purchase money is pauf. U;il. names at once. Tor further information P. .session siton January-1- . , iko . Cc E. D. N N. .t M LOmSVlT.L.E. KENTUCKY. !i Master qominissioiierr.liicolnCirciii't apply to agents of this company or conSnlVC BUCkleil'S Arnica Court Sixty-lAcres of land udjoiiiinj the alio e mil Only one Night out to New York. necting lines, or wiite or apply to G. W. world for cuts, bruises, The lest aalve in the , The Nobbiest & Most Stylish , , also lie sold at a reasonable price at the sane time, Barney, Ticket Agt., Plnunix Hotel, S. lores, uicera, sau nieu.n,.eT. i-"-'."-." anu stcrvimc and, tvnicn would make a larni Solid Vottlbuled Trains lo Stock of A. Bromberg, Traveling Pass. Agt. J. L. ped hands, ctiilDlauis, corns anu an skin erup. of 124 acres of very tine land O. M. DAVISON piles, or no pay roiuir tlons and positively cures Murphy, General Pass. Agt., Lexington, cd. It is guaranteed to Kitu perfect satisfaction, j Now York, Ky. Price 2$ cents per lox. or money retuiictcik, . Amendmsnts to Wcl58)iIiJ)?ii)riiio.i For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Palling all the Famous Vlralma Springs 'v day Owing to the fact that the committee and urriting ut Old Point t unfurl and tne Merit""wins. Ever brought to the city of I.cuitvllle, now opeo onleaolutions at the Institute last week or TIIK Sea Shore the next afternoon Including the Time Card in Efferfjuly 1, 18. We desire to say to our citizens that Cumberland Valley Land Co. had not heretofore attended them, they we have been selling Dr. King's New Discmrry! KNOX & JOHN G. STETSON & CO'S. HATS failed to have expressed it vote of thanks VastM'anTfastVes st The undersigned shareholders of Ihe Cumber. for consumption, Dr. King's New I.lfr Pills, lluck KtpreM. Kxpress D.ulv KASTWAKD. laud Valley I.und Company amend the said Com- also my own importation of Kntfluh Hats to the I.vrinuoit Jouh.al, the educator's And Kx. Sun Dally Daily and Cops. Anclegaiu lin ct Canes and I.yon'i friend, the teacher's pet and the super- never landled remedies ha sell as well, or that recrd Auust i, !S7, in Ihe olliceofthe clerk a 31 n n 3 17 am sych universal satisfaction. We do not of the !.nco(1 County Court, luviny Iheretolorc I.ve Stanford Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand 11 4S am Fine intendent's medium of notification to havesitcn (.niir.iritei them 0 30 pin 7 jo iiii " Lexington hMit-ittn ctcrv time, and we been duly acknowledged, as follow Winchester la yj pm 6 5S pm It lu am 1. he tlrst and third lections of slid article teachers, for tho usual courtesies and stand realy to retutid the purclitse prlc if satis. " K. V. Junclioa.. oj . SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, ncse are factory results do not follow tnelr use ameniied as tomtlude within the seme of I J; pin ' Mt Sterling 7 40 pm lj 51 am substantial favots shown us on this as remedies have won their . great popularity purely ,le fo Company's operations, in addition to the conn a o) I'll; l Hill 1) " Preston . on incir mem, n. Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders outlies 01 llarian ana Hell, the coiiiitlei or Knox, pm 10 ai am " Morehead 3 10 pm 8 4 Hell as on former occasions. Hence the Whitley, Laurel, Clay, Perry, Letcher, Powell, os am 4 01 pm Olive Hill side of ciiy solicited, perfect katisfartinr guarari ,i it pm Wolfe. Ilreatlutt. I.ce. Leslie. Knott. 0 oj pm 10 40 pm W. V. McClauy, " Ashland A Scrap of Paper Saves Hor Life. teed Doii'ttail t.orJrra N'OHMV HAT ii y iimeiith honombte, T( ihnRon, Martin. Mnrcan. MenP,'c. Ilalh. Itowan. ri so pm 10 " Uitleiisburg 4; pm Ji pm Acting ftupt. scrap ol wrapping pa Kljintt, L:awrence, lloyd, Cnrtcr, Fji'iiimiug, LewHuntington... . .. C jo pm la y. am 115 pm It was just an ordinary Floyd, Wat lie. Cmn- - Arr Whilst Siilnhnr... IsfJreen. itlcy. Jacks 6 ta am 111 j pm per. but it saved her life. She was in the last berland, Pik c, Pulaski, nnu I. in- Hark. ' totlie sound ut humanity', tvails ! ' 11 00 am 4 1,11111 which said addil'iuiial ttnintiei it shall' bo a jo pm S t it tUKt of consumption, told by physicians that co " Washington Millions of people with aches and with ails. . 1... ..,. .niirfii.ii-um- i onl v lite a snori lime lawiui lor 1110 aaiu company to irunsuct Its busif " llaltlinore 55 I"" ' "s am 3 Headaches ST.kX-.J"A J. with tt sell my farm of ' acres Ituated on All persons wishing a pleasant life and well the Lancaster pike two milts from Stanford. The lerdrirel-- t the-- ne Patent Klour made at land Is all in gruss; ,i comfortable d tiling ol 4 y, "tanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your Is situated upon It rooms Will s.ll at a burj,'ln and if ihe) htve not got it on hand, urge O A. IH.NT.DICT, M.im..r.k 41 ihesn ti k.et ii ., let an order from them and let it at tii Mill aii' I will guarntitee a pleasant tndlntcrcstiiiif latnilv S. O. DAVIS, V N POTTS. Superintendent 9 E. KENNEDY CRESS & MARET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, Ky. Coil and respondem 1 mi ier I p , F. Ill inklcy 77-- "- A rnr tes tr). and. ami I arms f.,r sslr. 44 II. WILSON, give:, at Fteed and Sale Mf Stable 1 n. J rL POWDER Absolutely Pure THOMPSON BOYD, Turni-rsvllle- Ti W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'fiS. LONDON, KV, Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire on reasonable terms l,ondon Is the most cons-enient point on the railroad in reach places in the in Ihe mountain of Ihe State to . Attention, Coal Burners. JACKSON HOUSE. WALLACE E. TARNON, ----- TOR SALE. House - to-l- THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel In Kent 1 St., Established FOR XlTStTRAlTCE Proprietor JMHL HILTOIT of and lis pr.'pn-M..- t,yl,as a btier reputation, Is determined thst shall be maintained. r He has tecent'y it Ided to Its appointments -- Pool aiul Hilliarri Parlors Also . j For Salo Publicly. uaoucr i, jWOOD 4 WALL AGE, A First-Clas- s Li v ory He. I Turnouts nd nthcrs Stablo furnished Men's Outfitter To accommoJa tie Iran, lent p.trorj.!.. Cammercial of his increased lraetr I99, r Louisville, Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. NEWCOMB i. HOTEL. THE LARGEST j -- R .!. , -: .- llliie-tiras- s ..!.?. -- ... ' - .,,,.. .... J-- AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. S?.5D TO i..l... RATES 54 PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- C ' Sj-t- TO ROOMS. 11 if iivuuivnj, y-.r I O-- 3 TURKISH A Kl Mn IIATHS IN HOTEL. M-S- u-- lu--n,a- n ... e "-- ..' ...... ' 1 lr "H"i o .,.., ' ' sff r. . HI 1- Female OsB!LlL!SiS 2or-- j p ; ro ssj-t- ( COIIISSIONER'S SAI.Ii P W V 2W o 2 fn q -- I HIP o C cn rr. - c,r-Cou- re I. 3 P 2 -- -' 1 September 2, '89, iwm m tfifjii !Z 1 Q p i -- j re e -- r ui trc-- j B GEOGEGHAN, I ll, Old , m. Route ! ' w 0 0 S -- w o n I j P. aa ttorld-ri-tiuwn- t u.-h.. V- ?- 9 Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, li-- g. B r PU re 2 2. pT a- - re f s WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 F-- III...VDWAY, -- LEXINGTON, FTliV ;, - - KY. v'i? 1 1 1 Mat-uUl- 1 1 1 1 Charl-itisville- . 111 M m W!St You Cannot Afford season of the year to be without a good re, At this HtfSTONVILLE, KY. liable diarrhoea balsiun In the house, as cramps-coliWhy IS It atitl u the huslnoti and ready t do any Are diarrhoea and all inflammation of the stomHn- IVt t.ine ,1 full That people linger along thint in the alayt complaininj; ach and bowels ure exceedingly dangerous If nol slock of Case, and C sk-- ti nf all kinds and Kqliei of every Ue cr.ctii n Hrlna'i. nhith i iiearlt about thai continual tired teeluigf One bottle of attended 10 at once. One bottle of lleggs' Diar. ... . . new can beo' t iiic.' 'cri uctic Mr J If 1,legg. .in tiiuuu .,...i iiiriiier aim iiiooti alaker will cn- - hroea Balsam will do more ood In cases of the w ,r usincs am win uretniiasctnnji'ot tircly riiuoveihU teelintf,nivethem agoodappeiito hind than any ether medicine on earth. We guarour goo J. to any one ue'4 ft "i'K in our a.id rtifalate digestion. A. H. Penny, Druj;riat, antee it. A, R. I'enny Druggist llne p,.tf , --- i&"tti?wfez"st'Zirrzijfxrzi Pixk J. T. B'XJTTOl & CO., -- iy , .m tr r.z 'rv 2:2&rSm i tfEKF i2xsK2F'2iii& n: .tT.r . 'i Ti. - ai iix; vriv.T.u r i. .uafw . v.. 5. vxt sv t-- 'A;..vr,-wKji- -- - -- 1 tLj-i.- r..afrts.'3"gaoe3r.Ti i -- -. . ncttjjcr-r.,i- r and humors, a merciless tli,od, Weakness of lun and Umordc-r- of blood, Yet there's anelpcr mat certainly saves Ihoutanda ot people from prcmaturuKrates The remedy it Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It.curot coughs, relieves asthma, clieci bronchitis, purifita the blood hcnU ure, eruptions and unsightly pimples and is without u 11t.11 fur all the Ills that irm,' from a clisordctcd liver. All druggists. Doii't hatvL and blow and spit, but use Dr. a);' Catarrh Reined). Ul drujjut.. s On a piece of ness of purchasing and aclluiglanda, the mining and sale of coal, iron and all other orei and minwrapper uiigi .v - - erals and the manufacture and sale ni" r cot cry, and got a sample bottle; It helped her.alit II Sectionals to amended us that lhecaplt.il bought a large butt e it'lielned her more, bought stock of said Compiny,iutead of one hundred and another and grew better fasf, continued iU u.eand fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million dolisnowstroiii liealiliy, rosy piump weigiuug 140 lars, in shares of one hundred dollars each, which ; pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to shall bo 'Inal bottles of said ahnros when $10Issued to the stockholder by II Cole, druggist, Ion Smith. certificates has been paid or. each share dlscotcry tree at A. II. Penny this wonderful thereof subscribed for, and the Prealdcnt and SecDrugstore retary of said ciunpnny are hereby nuthoriied and m directed to issue the stock accordingly. she weighed less .than 70 pounds " " " ' Philadelphia New York Klcliiiinnil. Va.. . o 35 pm 11 am 9 tti pin , JO pm 40 pin i 0 am 5 05 ft 35 jj V Ii' t $T COMPANY & si" " " ; 1 Norfolk I'm 11 i" am 11 pr.i i all eastern points ltetiirning, fat Witness our hands this 17th day of July, 18S1. VlNCKNT PoiilttriG, I. S. HoCkEK, c, j. J 46 J. W. Havden, w P. Walton. S. It. IJovii, by A. Craft. J. A. Craft, nl W, G W'kliii. W K. Uamskv, John W. Fox, Ja. Fox. Iahks Iliirliutl, daily. 'at mail and Lexliuton 4 .17 p lluntliiKtun and all points east aril.es Wuii lies. ter 11 15 ainnud Lexinglon 11 45 noon daily cept Sunday. I'"at express (mm Hiiii'imftnn, j'arkersburg and Wlieciiuir airites Lcxinc;luii lose p in daily Olive Hill accommodation ivrlvi-- s Winch iter and l.riir.utmi 810am, le.it es Lexington 7 Ion j.10 p ni, Winchister 6 40For tickets and liif'irmatiiin write or apply lo tJ W. I1AKNKV. Iicket Agent Pas- - At. S. A. IIROMIU.Kii.TMv J I. Ml'KI'lIV.den'l Pass Act V V , Lexington, Ky J D YAIUUNfilON.ii 111 111 arm u al Windiester Vnslihuledfrmu New 4 irk lid p in ,ia.V -- CREAM & iinai-v S r.m ilisAn r.NJ s -, l.. LEXOTGTON.KY i'i I Vitv mt&a&!ia&toft. r sllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll " 4'fcJ