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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889082301 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. jr Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. .NOTES ON A VIRGINIA TRIP. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 4889. NO. 56 I saw It lust. I was pres- G .popular Rlwi to !mly from feontli Cttrnllnn th oth- 1 proved slnco "1 nt CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ero enjoying Nino hundred g I i.- -i ni.l i.,i..i . , , ,,..... .1 u. ...v ..jrv l..u i...,...m...r ii... in ... - " " "" -- " ",u,u ""' '"when I scrawled my signature on tliu rather undressed women tlian I could , . , register. Tills took nearly every In at one sitting Kvury one of t he hostelry, hut ...... t...i, hike in the (c'ouh hundred or more were in decollete coswas an old friend and mowed mo away tumes and as theygllded through tholn-tricat- e Ia nearly beautifully. The building figures of the dance, a perfect sea surrounded by water and tho land- of bare arms, bare shoulders and almost lord claims Unit no land breo.ca come to bare bosoms arose and fell in billowy worry his guests, hut landlords are not luxuriance. In staid mid modest Stannil disciples of tho Father of his Country ford tills exhibition of womanly charms In that he could not tell a He, and the would have been positively outrageous. Hygeia man is not abovo suspicion since t Hero no one seemed to notice it, not lie charges $4 u day for rooms flouting even the beaux, who came in such intilandward. on thu sen and $:i for thine mate contact with the mass of tempting Perhaps thy uxtr.t dollar Isforthemarino feminine flesh, natural enough to make view, H.ild to hu the tlnest In the world. tho babies cry. All kinds of craft are visible on the broad Taking tho I F. V. at 7 a. m. in com expanse of water that greets you, from pany with a pleasant companion of thu -- .. ..t ...... ... .1... i .....f..t .i... iruwiillilT hiiuimh-ui.- i iw mi? Wiu ...inll.ir utx U'ii anin u'liirlliif, jliitftt v itting on tho pisz'i, Ii,, oyster sloop. tireenbrier, Now and Kanawha re,;' counted ,IS vess-l- s of all knds in front of ...iti curve 11 revcla-n.- o nnd could no donb . have tloll of 8llch Hc.,nm, Know the number by looking in every .1 red J kttf ; i After a week's vacation, attending Judge Durham was in town tin's tho teachers' institute1 at .Stanford, thu week and everybody was triad to meet teachers aro at their posts again feeling ' him. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1880. bettor. As thu election is over and no work ,. M. HUBBARD, A. 2)1., Uio sick nro improving. Mr. John to be done, Mr. Carlisle might return Kdmiston is sitting up; Simon Gormley from his toasting in Mexico and nsk tyo Excellent llo.irdlnz Department. Discipline Strict Instruction Full information given on application. growing stronger; Mr. J. A. Hailey feel- some further favor of his party in Ken- - Thoreu. ing hoiiiu better. tucky. Tramps aio plentiful about Crab Or-- 1 Miss Sallie Klkin entertained a few chard, living in clover on roasting ears of her friends at Maples Wednesday THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. and potatoes, of which there is a good evening. It was a happy gathering and .Established 1810. A full and experienced corps of Tc.ic!ier. Clanlc.il, tcientlfic and elect- crop of potatoes, I mean. The tramp is said to liave been one of tho most en- - lie toiir.ei of stiidy. Location healthful and accessible. Sufvrior advantages for n, liberal and thor ough education. Ktliied Cliriituu homes. Increased endownmeni and enlarged Faculty for coming crop is never good. joyable and delightful parties of tfie year. tor catalogue and other information, at'tilvto W. o YOUNG, D. D , President, Danville, Ky. Mr. J. K. Carson has been testing season. thu producing capacity of some of his It is said that Will Collier, Wood flnu Jersey cows. One produced 18 lbs. DunlapandClel Johnston will be np-- ! JT and loj ounces of butter in 7 days and a pointed to clerkships under Col. Collier. ULiJl 1 1 U KENTUCKY. l! year-olozs, H. H. West, who has a position inono of' heifer produced 17 lbs. Next Session Opens Sept. 1889. in same time. the departments at Washington, is here THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC .Mr. McLaughlin anil his two beauti- on a visit. He Is also a reverend and AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. ful daughters left the Springs for Now will Drench at the liantist pluirrh imrt 'Healthy Location in the heartof the illue.Craii recion. r.ooo feet aboie sea level, Refined and hos- pitable community btudents hnil homes in the DOBt families and Memorial Hall. K.ippnscs mod- J Orleans Wednesday. Mrs. Urent and cumiav iffl 10 in?. Attendance last esio!i, jti, Irom 37 Mates and territories, ior full informs- tion and Cntalugue apply to ri BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. family returned to Lexington WednesMrs. Mary Rrannan, associated with day. Mr. Owsley Kvans and family re- thu Munnell Mission at Louisvillle, de to Danville Monthly. Although livered a lecture in the Methodist church ton. Thonarborlsoneofthonuestou the most noted and attractive turned SEMINARY FOR YOUNG several departures from both Crab Or- last Tuesday night. Ifslieisas earnest tho Atlantic and many vessels make It .1 j , , , , NASHVILI.K.TKNN. A refined Christian home, thoroughly School for . .. .. tn chard and Dripping Springs, as many or as sho seems to be she will do more good Klrli. Course of stuilr thorough mid practical. Noschuol In the Smith or Writ ran orfer a more point to lay up In It for rcp.drs before ' home nrpleasauter surroundings, Largest enrollment of niiy school for girl. In the city dnrlngtho id- more have arrived, keeping the numbers than a dozen preachers, though sho is . .... striklntr across tho ocean. There is tutyiur. Hoard reduced to t)) per th. For catalogue address J. II. HANCOCK, l'rlnciiial. ... noon we ran ucroM the Uig oavs . r up. Tho arrivals are mostly strangers tllitiimtii Tlir.wi r.t nni ilin.itu,. .......! ' ways one cr more in sigiu ?audy and ...v; w. yjvti n u 11VO UOUU ..V.....V. into old Kentucky, glad to and a visit to them is one of the liberties ,'ct back into thu confines of the State from afar. Hon. J. A. Craft has gone to Iier admittance. There were no nrinis-ter- s TWENTY PROFESSORS I I... il... ...s.tu ...I. ti l!tt..tt.i "ilin tlwit has furnished me so pleasant a home London for a day or two. AND INSTRUCTORS. present, of course. If she had only e. jojeu .,, ... " Aariculturat and Mechanical, The Uincister ifc Crab Orchard turn- iiiuiiir.tcii mat sue wouiu loucn em up ' witness the novo s git of naval drills for the last 1.) veara. lorsonie&O miles j..1 Scientific. Engineering, Classical, OICpike company comes out in lively on prohibition, she could have oc and tho wondrous agility of the nl 0 r, Normal School, Military Tactics. IH They say tho bridge over Logans Creek cupied any pulpit in'town. boy8,whorunupamu.storr.gg.ng Commercial and Academic tIl.,lwof t,,u,,rllJ,ltir laiIll bl is perfectly safe for any loud that may go Courses of Instruction. Dan West, of color, who has the ease of a monkey. ,, , n , 1( , lrau,riW(, tj,8 ooi COUNTY APPOINTEKS RV.CEnED FREE, OF TUITION. over it. The span is only 32 feet ami (I Tho Ilygeia has one big a. v ntaN brainy enough to defeat all , I'oll Ti ruiuoefui Hr!lriiiMr if. IM). Knr I'ninlouiti! nml other Inruniiatinn adclrnss MIVIMNTOM. KY. 4A1IVM It. IATTKH.S1 S'l,. ' alternating new oak stringers lL'x 14 inches support thu grand juries nnd thu State and Unit-? over other resorts in that there is never' . ' ii iuivuiii, iivii.i jinn iut;.ivi.u ii. in :h;ii this span. Kach stringer will itself susn dearth of beaux. The garrison at Forted States courts, has finally caught it. A in luxuriant growth. It was like an enAN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL tain a weight of L',500 pounds, or 15,000 ress Monroe has alsjut two young try into the promised land to enjoy this pounds on thu bridge. Thu span of '.V2 jury at the present term found him ' SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, ami they prove truiltv of sellinur red liminr nm! nhnrm. to every private real cornucopia of beauty and abundSMELRYVILLI? KY. " spring of joy to tho ladies, ance and to realize that plenty and pros- feet allows the stringers to swag in tho him $73 for the transaction. lie is now 25th, 1B25, by Mrs. ' Founded March A. Tovis. who have n weakness for upauluts, brass perity promises to abide with Kentucky middle, as any piece of timber will do, in jail. Several other fines of from $20 Julia 'Th- - oWest School for women in the South. Teachers are Graduates of buttons ami goltl lace. If any mortals' now and henceforth. My visit was scarce resting on ends only, and the longer it to $o0 against other parties for same ofs in best Colleges. Prepares for Wellesley. Accommodations livo in clover up to their necks, ly marred by a single unpleasant circum lays thu more it will swag. fense have been returned. In the case over did every particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. Tl..,.. f..Ulc ..II .1 of the Commonwealth against Sam Mer-ritiikni yuu..K .f.u stance and proved eiijovable from star W . . fW A JL'.CJtrV. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. for hog stealing, the jury hung, b, swim in a sea of loveliness, while play-- 1 to ...... but he it over so humble, there ing equally divided. Tliu case against iug soldier at tho expense of I'ucle S.un, is no place like my old Granville Haley t... ...! ..ft wa I.n.in k. ...Itliivtit miir.irl .. ..., I ,..., Itil rllll' tQ lWf aH , Ww bw1 t()Kentuckyk home Uouteu were united inand Miss Minnlo Charlie White for the killing of Jack nut. Kia ..u..ulB ..wu marriage at thu bn(f to It, Grimes is now being tried. of the hardships of army life, ri.ere is H,,k.,, ! al lloVlwk 01, . ,10 hours bride's father's at llowlaud yesterday, by an aru.iurj- - kuwi . eru iuv .... ...... . ..- 0(U from the WhUe ,, Elder J. (J. Livingston. Ilftcr H(.VL.r. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. iiishes an additional quota of beaux 'or ll0ur,. ,av.OVor nl Lt.x!l,Kt0Il UIll, n car. Judge C. W. Metudf. of Barbour-villtliu ladies to iavisn ineir sweeincM up- nage ride from Danville home. John Proctor gave the $l,2o0 bond ' brother of our Tom, will show his on. If Kock Castle. Crab Orchard or usual good souse on the 4th lust, by Saturday and was released. Dripping Springs could furnish such atMr. C. W. Ping's youngest child! leading to the altar Miss Nettie Lucile OEATH'S DOINGS. tractions in the niasciilino line, they Gray, an accomplished lady of Augusta. died Thursday at .8 .1. t. of meningitis, Deputy Shcrill' Il.wum M. Moore, of would havo to tear down old buildings A son of Governor lowry, of MissisIltby Kice. infant son of Mrs. Geor-- j as Mercer, died of typhoid fever. and replace them with ones doubly sippi, eloped witli a young lady from gia Ilice, diet! Saturday morning of caMrs. Lucinda ViinArsdale and Win. California who was visiting in commodious to tako care of the crowd of that .State. tarrhal croup and was buried .Sunday. fair creatures that would Hock to them,, Harlow llnixdale. tiled recently in tho The governor was too busy with thu John H. Jones was run over audi for girls are not unlike the Mahomet. If West Knd. sporting fraternity to keep his eye on killed by a train at Gray's on the C. V. The Louisvillo Post says of Mrs. J. the boy. -- ATthu mountain would not come to him, hu ' branch last Saturday while intoxicated. ' 11. rorrester, wnom ueaiinelieveiioi iier went to tho mountain. Miss Xanniu I'etticord, a beautiful W. It. Cress, of the Signal, is If prohibition prevails here it fails as siitlermgs: "Mie was a lovely woman of girl at Winchester, engaged herself to witli Hrodhead and Loudon par-usual to prohibit. Everybody drinks, ' niany excellent ipialitits of heart' ami two men to get rid of their importunities ties for moving his paper to one of those er me .... nut. necn a iung one rtml wwJ ,,e lne ca,no for u,0 f ,,,,,. places. including the la.lles, WHO sip mint JUItps ycars-l- mt it was lllle.l witli many Iuenl f ,,er with thu ability of a vutor.ui, as tliey sit Tucker Lunsford, of near Ihodhead, ,)rollldl. ,lt,ro WrtS ., gctle oWe and witeroiis deeds, involving sac- - Tlll.v W0llM on the beach playing cards with their take it tilllL nbout vming had a leg broken Tuesday morning by a Deloved by H ilor lU,,i by tears mid entreaty work on tree falling on denial masculine friends. Several young la.lles, nilc and It. It will have to bo inn- , on wlio knew her, and witli whom she gen-- , ,ur twllaga m Klch WlHll K;,VL. ftfcH1B putated. pride thorn-elvMM to bo uie sunsmiie 01 ner the number of drinks tiiey can put Willi- eruiiy The Teachers' Institute wa that he was sure of thu prize. This was '" will be. keenly ami sorrow-an- il kept up for a few days, whenThos. Jack- here last week under the charge of hold their pretty corsages at one hitting l"r''. Prof. they run away up yonder, too. '""y felt by hunilreds of friends in this son secured a license and when she next W. K. Shaw. Much interest was mani city." Shocking, isn't it? Can't somis of our prumibcd to be his ho hail a preacher fested witli good results. mth. joiiii iHttiiKoiixnp men i prohibitionists bo induced to enter the ready to tie thu knot and it was done, Parties backed by capital are buying morning of couumption, after an missionary field and coinu hero to save leaving Mr. Goodman in the cold. lands in and around Pine Will for the p of inotv thau year. Mrs. these lost and ruined souls? Truly the purpose of opening extensive mines. was Miiss Mary Ueorgo and was liarwst Is great and the laborers few Ik'iuiiK. Mr. W. Mutton, aged 74 There is a prospect of a branch toad behero, while Lincoln . has a supernbund known for her sweetness of character years, died recently in Garrard. Gieen- - ing run f om Pine Hill to the coal Held-- , c. Ice . , .. mice of raw material, anxious, I suppose, mm me tievouon suo nan always snown i,erry irjjilt( r( js confined to his bed. of Sktigu'S Creek where an abundance of to enter r,.i uvangel, which seeks the her widowed mother. Shu was a duvout Mrs." James Wilmott has been sick few splendid coal ami timber can be found. christian nnd had been n member of the ,aVHt jib!oa Mnry Hbbk.nud Doretha P rufurmation of lovely women. it was at first thought that Tom I had the pleasurtj of looking over Vir- - Baptist church sinco Iier early youth. At j;t.jVt.r!j havo gone to l'erryville. Georgo who was found dead ht--t ginia's aggregation of distinguished men, tliu time of hor marriaire to hurliiishaud, Qwslev, of color, left his wife and three near Line creek with a pistol ball gathered in convention to nominatu a who now has tho sympathy of all for his lU0 J,sidrun nnd eloped with a bad thiough his head, Wax pistol in ids hand sue was an exceeuingiy woman Sunday night, besides all his nnd a bottle of whisky by candidate for governor to Mtocceil lien. irruparome him, had Leo. whov term oxnlres next Januaiy. pretty and winsome young lady ami witli tho bag to hold. Tho mitted suicide, but a coroner's innnest e .. 1. tliiirii ivnu m'tili.ttfii flint tlmt .1r..iiit ji 1....1.. n.i immij ui men, muni iney meeting at idisli uiancli was a success found it to bo murder. William Mc- j ,t nliko our Kentucky democrats, both in disease had already gotten its clutches UQ ttouhlit t0 rewnn, ijrotljer Ciiaw has been arrested charged with fop ,,is bt.rvic08i A hUl:k committing tho deed. Examining trial, appeanmce and in their lively maiuie r upon her, but a year of li.rppineM passed FnMlk wtl iIIsviim) liugan to rack of doing things. They were exceedingly mu. tlien thu mm c,m0 tjirousi, lwrv a fow l!ay8 B0 to tako place Thursday) before noisy at times, but always in good hu-- , her body, and since then she had been bUUin; n book called the "Heady 'Squiio Homier. in- The unaninilty of their noinlna- - pntient suirerer, awaiting tho biiiiihious 0Ilvr for gi. After ho was gone with hvery memlier of President Harri tious show how thoroughly tho party Is to come to better world, whero tho-- ' ,,j0llt $l0 it W1W foiul(i out tl0 book K, bo ,)0U ,u nt nl, book htoro8 for 23 son's Cabinet is away from Washington united and how determined it U to pre- wicked ccaso from troubling and tho vent Mahono from again coming into weary are at rest. Her remains were' ..... n0 told tho bovs how the white but the government still lives. stock Tliu Supreme Court of California has power in the State, to which end that laid away iu liullalo Spring Cemetery man was chiseling them and by thu aid serSural, ..lllll-.- tltlt '!......' II tltlw... Jllll wily individual, backed by the. National Wednesday morning, nftor funeral of the book it could be pi evented, which ivt,i Iljllll ll'll Glass- Groceries, administration, is bending every nerve. vices by Kov. Geo. Hunt. shows t hoy don't know who their friends cation for a rehearing in the Sharon case, so it oeems that thoadventur- one, Thu fight is going to be a tenillc are. U. A. hwmebroad ami u. V. liriglit Confections, John .Manning, a notorious characwith victory finally perched on tho dem havo brought iu another large tirovo of l'ss is Paying in hard lines all around. Ci'gars, 'Tobacco. ter of Whitloy county, was arrested iu 1 tie reduction to 0110 cent a milu by ocratic banner, but it will requlru eter i..i....i.: ..i.. sheep from Tennessee, which nro for ... ....:.... ' ub0 m..i. 'i 'KV" ...:.i. ih,iiiik mi. .h.u- - b.de. Hrent Harnett bought about lL'O a tho Monon to the G. A. It. encampment "'"nKi nl vl,.il,...,... mill unrein Mm' effort to ienimiB.jii. .u.iuiiiiin nun tuin- - .. . B,. "WAXiTOIT, tliu end. ni..v.,lniul nn v earrled tin per head. G. A. Travlor and Hart at Milwaukee, is the beginning of a gen- p.inion weru playing cards by tho river oral adoption of that rate bv the rail by 1,500 nnd this has caused the Statu Luce a ro attending the Columbia Fair Main and Somerset Streets. Cleric. ...,,, l.i;..n 1, .j In nliM'ii Iier In tliu ilonbtftll when the young lady went down to cross this . ... , .,. , ' " I""- "- m.i. Tliu colored fair will bo hold roads, which at first swore they would IS..I....1 1.1. " t no oru u accomp st.e.t ...s ues.g.is. hero September oth and (1th. James Un- not do it. coiu.nn and lay thu flattering unction to ' Ho ti.limtte.1 being guilty of the charge Tho contiact to build tho :!") miles their souls that all that isneeded tobring derwood's thresher is at work at Luther wn ta,kt;11 1" r tria Logan Hubblo paid his, of tho Three Forks road from Hiclimoud her over to their side is the fat fried out "'.1 Underwood's. II 'Ve the usual .,,f..tnr...s. hidlcionslv en ls lc1tMitlll,t l,u wi" grandfather a visit this week. Mrs. Cop to Heattyvillo was awarded thu wttll- VI ItlliUIVIM iiisjiiniMiir tsi tinii .Pt.in" ...... j ... , , i: now firm tU It. M:limhnil X In 'rim i..w 1...I1I.. distributed to blocks of live, on tho most nn... ' -- A trustee has been appointed to eost will be $:B3,000. They guarantee Dudley patent. Hut they reckHnR.c approved inanagethoestateofltober Couscr, one Corn in tliis that . tho t.ack will bo ready to I.vino by . on without their host. Capt. P. W. ' of tho wealthiest men in Fleming conni tne ,,..,, ri""-,will not rido in Leo's saddlo to Gelviu 'P"i 1, aim nj i,,...,.....,, 's,w,n U He lias dissipated his cash account 1iA ty. . .... 1.1.. .... jli.tniam . . in .In. ... ia n nns of tl, tlitl ' ti J. ... : . :;; , ,. who.., i,e i.aa is Having ner utilise o y .,,, :. r. Josepli n ..nt has taken tliu contract Will HH llll'l.-."'- A Woman in the Case. DISSOLUTION ! becomo infatuated, iu blocks of So,000, and in great honor. All glory to him and his natural licirs hecame f..i,.i,V,i' JJnglcmaiVs house for SWO, , to do wood There :il jy is. Shu it tho pawcr brihlnJ the n, . iriglitcued. hat has throne. A woman's Influence over Ilia nan who and Ids noble backers, who have set He is over fed years of ago and ' ought to work after foundation is la d. cop.inrerhip uf McKolierls ,V j ti l iigalm-- tho degredation of Ma- -' becomo of the Hush Hranch Tu rnpiko loves her is often absolute. To wield u uruat a II. 'lh nl fcW...ii. ,H..i,li,il.. Mr. Siujii ri'tinn.? .mil ... their faces pr. havo had moro sense, !. ,n..,ti nriiimr lie tonuuueo y i 111110.1110, l,u"crl"K",uc' iKmanuni the Iuiiil-- will ? Tliero nro niailV largO stOllCH bono rule and consequent negro b.iprem-- ' spiko making tho connec- CoillllUIV mind should he clear nnJ healthy woman's Thu last It McKoi.cris. , , uu jjUho ,JjJ need covering up. Hen- on ., lc f h, acy ' rrom an. ,,-,the nio,t not- - tion of tho Louisvillo . & Xashvfllu 1. road TV COX lias bOllgllt 4U acres Oi laildOtttlO dcranseinrnl. IIiiwtn.invBhoinHimade iialian ., u H..H, ...... nnv dav. We desire to Springs, White Sulphur, ., r. III .,ii,. ...., . . ,.i .1 Y.. ' Willi mo uiioxvuie, viituiieriaiui un sPWJsiflllV'j.'MssHsssHtf . .i..i!..i.,i '"''nTssP f,p,3tissssssflssl i t , ii iiBMifedKfftiMjaMipLll.ntSf iiTTlliMisiJL5riTrimMT' Howon boys for about Sl.000. Hlltl COX py because she wli .hunlil he its life and llht is our .Ulcere thanks oursour customers ior ineir kiua ed.' as it is one 01 in ""'ni "u"K"i""i irui) Lou svlllo road, at Cumberland Gai), was . . .111! ...... ... .... l.illi l'IIIIIUL'1 l.llliri' . 1' IlJ " . inorhl.l- i, jii.it vi ves, patronage. .1 i. iu,,i,u is now at ,, Illll.llt , .MUS Mt.Kour.rvrs s. staoo sorts in un. it tnr.lliic mi,! dnlinbrslr.1 1. Iiv nff.i , di von Sunday. The uniie s :i,75U feet male !l " SXTTTON" cS; CO., glory, tliougli , it of i s in last w'ek. Alex Carman reports his whlch are ve, ttY, iiiiiv long, 14 feet wide and J; feet from tho full. I hat would leipiiio' when Dr. I'lette's I'aont I'rrcription will re father Very low With heart trouble. Is bv iu) means IlTJSTONVTIiLE, KY. top of tho ras to tho face of tliu arch. T'tT7 1X7 W VA'JXdVtT.' v and ,1, ...,.,., , not, ncwvoiir health nnd ulacldii Ihotu about vouf It. .1.. ! rwin . 1... I.'..,,. , IIVlll.J ."" I MM... f!,.....,,,.,.. Ii..., in the business and ready to do Arc still Hobert Marvel, HU OCtogeiiariail, liv-- 1 has restored happiness to mauv ia saddened lifo. sVlls.7 l4sn UIUVIII IIIU iUli lOfUIMUl Attorney at Law, .1. sM..r tiiini i t hut iuiiuiHr mro. In the l?ndcrt!tMii line. We have a full iifi... an ilnrfl V..j of all stock of Cases and ck' Mlliilu, cuiiiposutl of ullit coniw iui: near Imliaiiapolis. Iml Dun kOUU In it neoi)il field ttiorii mliiiii wikn rHttaritUn 'Stanford, Kobei ai,,ii roiiinow J of ... 4, fl novir Kontucky. of every description.Caskets hearse,kinds and nearly un. K"1--JfcCa lir(, ' . .. U.Ia .....1 ..,.,. I.,......,. !.,, Our which is "1W. :..., JllU .1 tn ..s... ir.1. ...i "iw ..iu..( w nuuiuuuuuu.i ui- uun. T ll umh muo. like il. KtlvoHla l'r.rrmti-- .i ' unm !. J new can be obtained on nhort notice. Mr, J. ii. " iiimuleH oi tiic thu most tllfttinuiiiBiied . ... . lBr.Ll..Skl.l.k.l4 Green has charge of ..1.. il.t.. . una I..... ill"lll..lillk Att.A 4JI f. and will ' UIO to cleanse the sUm.ii.li, Iiv rand s)tent sen- l Wilt practice ininnil the tourtsofof (his und atljolu-li- t our goods to any onecur business auythlng inshow ""'"KW" "" -- , " .ftftftl.t Olll' lllllli; li...i uus i.i.l,.u,.l Iiia .tiflltt needing our I'littntrv. who yea rlV ilock to tills great the courts appeal counties nnd Hue. ach has been about thrco pints ot water, eraiiy, uc in. r.erce' l'eiiets, aje OOiceover McUobert. Stub's driiu store. subitantlally im enciimpment oi ouu wceK. Mecca.'which Ima hcn ,,. " en-tire- Stanford Female College j J. j .... Ilth, CAL, STUDY-CLASSI- President. -' j j , I ' d 13 PPMTR lllJj IIMTVPCITYI Jll I JJlUl RICHMOND, ll ',.1 1 1 .. WARD'S . 1 1 1 ", ' LADIES. organlted-nou-Srctar- ian ele-(ta- ut 111011 tneu-oi-wa- . I V I IT I -- "j. TATE COLLEGE -- ,,,,, M. ( -- heretc-forebee- KENTUCKY I I '. I olll-ce- rs 11 nover-fain'"- first-clas- I ..v ,',....' t, WM 0.-- -- ,,, -, S, 1 e, I j , SUMMER GOODS T.' R. WALTON'S. j j nego-tinti- ng 1 ' ''" - elf tirst-ola- es -' I It na-i- n , White Mountain Cream Extracts for Cream, iies-da- y ill-nc- 11 lllank-unslii- . 1 1 1 1 j , 11 Co'-lin- s, MASOST'SrWI&E-TOSealing FRUIT JARS I 11 ! io-s- , and Jar Gums. ' j . wer.--itii- u 1111 ! ...... com-crodito- rs W Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. to-da- y ', Heck-mo- r. 11 ..Stanford Roller Mills Flour always , Stock. -' Regular embraces I l O Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Qaeensware, 1 -- "" j 11 T. -- - 1 . J. P.llurloii, N w,i - 4 ''r 11 fini"'"-rujiiiiii,ij- "7.. . . ,,, ,, "-- " . . . I t .,,.,. . ,,, lllt... ni-- r 1 1 ? 1 Sr.-ii- . k . 1 1 1 . yglJS . 11 i- - ,i, ... - (k I ,,...,. i ,1 I T ' " J. Ti M--4 iim-Hfit- - ..-- .1 1 any-thiii- c .1 . " '"'"' "h I ' Vh. i. I .; . . (I - ' 3ti. '. fi.tn; K j ?K$?? "twr rf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 23, 1889 Stanford, Ky August W. P. WALTON. Thi? plea ol emotional insanity presented by Judjro Pnllium in his defense for the murder of James Miller at Brandenburg oufitit not to count with n jury even of the low order of men usually selected to try the mot important cases. It will be remembered that ho accused Miller of debauching his wife, which he agreed to condone for $3,000 in hand paid, but Miller refused and Jiis life paid the forfeit. The charge was basely false, but the brute wanted money and was willing to trade even his wife's honor for it. The case is one of the mot shameful that ever blotted the records of our courts and if rulliam is not hung most murderers tni$rht as well be freed. But he will not bo. The jury before which he is now being tried will likely bnni?. He will then be given bail and "-- . Out light in the iccent election was for Dick Warren and the democratic party and not for saloons or saloon men, as some idiotic cranks profess to believe. The prohibition law does not bother us nnd personally we do not caro if a vote is never taken on it t giin. In fact, if it could be demonstrated otherwise) that a majority m as for it, we would much prefer that tho law should remain about as it is. We fought a good fight and will continue the course wo have always pursued when the opposition seeks the peril of tin party to which we owe allegi ance, and have no regrets to make or apologies to offer. We try to be temperate in all things and know wo succeed so far as the use of intoxicating liquors is concerned, and if the temperance people will keep the matter out of politics they can always count on a faithful ally in the I.S'TEIIIOH JOI'K.VA!.. I I i it r r V I A Jr- - b The Detroit Frey Tress is for tlrtj of capital punishment, which a sentimental legislature abolished years ago, convinced the law is an encouragecost. We big slice ment instead of a preventive of crime. be New is Death is the only reasonable punishnew goods in- ought to be t. ll.n a..ma nnnyrxa tin fftl" irlfll Ofrnitl ment for murder and it Cali- Winsor with unerring certainty and ccle best .u ..... ...in , .I.....I nr c!ri.,.i 'H'cted ,, . ., , ..,,, ., m ' ... me wmirBst-.... uu ii uv. 1 iif uvi:iiiK- - iivhu oc oooa nivo Uotton Oc away and he will go forth a free man. man life does not fear imprisonment, l-7 c, wide, 10c; wor Ho has too much influence and money l-- o, to feel tho with the constant hope that it offers for S and too many friends ever 12 c: best m,,n.l I.U nprU. fnr TCn- - escape or paruon, ami noes iiuih.-- in uu1 -- 2c, ec?is ' :!.. . i.,.in., trtft,,r J,nmR he it said, slightest degree to prevent the shedding! ed. of human blood. A life for a life is the Cant. Dan Turner is getting ui a is not blind to these things. good old Biblical standard that ought stock company with S'JoO.OOO capital, to piece, Colored 15c rebuild the Arlington Hotel, recently ?ver to be disregarded. Tiik Richmond Climax takes Piesident each, 25c. floods nnd. m nrn- burned at Blue Licks, and also to build pose Johnson to task for appointing an execweek Goods Taking the Enquirer account of the j . even to th r utive committee for the K. P. A., which o ' to combining to extort from new Goods 0 In the last three calendar years exceptions, was as Leader force with not over two of Transcript, a writ- miles of railway almost equal to the poor a selection as could be made. Theie Reporter Irvine, the ten statement acknowledging that he entire railway mileage of Great Britain is some grounds for the com plaint, though had lied with reference to the "dyna- re built in the Uiitcd States; an iiv we suppose Col. Johnson's object was to ,ni,e" l,,ot- J.h nct e",8., h.ave heen a erage of 0.3S0 miles a year. members for the active concentrate the u uicre mIb Elliott, of Cincinnati, claims work of next June. The committee, very rownruiy one. irwue . l.o could be easily handled by ei that she has a kind of preparation that Main St., M, SALINGER, however, has been signally remiss in the to the National ther of the four men who combine. has never yet failed to draw the kinks duty of naming dektes ' out of negro's hair, and she is coining Association, which meets next week at The owner of Xel.son was ollered ,u.r " ?" money from the sable daim-elDetroit, though we have repeatedly urg- H " ll,luu' l". " """" -- An unknown intoxicated man was G000 'or his btallion juut after he had "" worthy represen- ed the importance of a n miWi an ass.ui t. II there is another iact.d 0I1 the trat.k of the gt. roiul trotted in 2:lo at Bnilalo. The oUV'r was tation there. It is too late now for any- vye have niled to M.lSHlHtothequestion lkni, who refused with the remark that jT5,000 by nwir A8lUmil WJ body to go, though Chairman C. see .t, but vve hope for his sake that the IIMule h,8 MCSIM. jllbt as the locomotive would not tempt him to sell. Grubbs, on a personal appeal from U8) mattcr hns been exaggerated. -- Col. O. II. Chenault has bought 20 ran over hh unconM,0ll8 victim. appointed a meeting of the committee Sangbton killed lie v. Young-mitte- hogs in Garrard and Boyle counties at yesterday at Lexington. If the com-- , ior iT js by no means certain that, the vote 11 cents. Richard Gentry, of Boyle is as remiss in its duties next year, for a constitutional convention lias car- - blood, a prominent Baptist preacher in Is Receiving His county, is in this county buying mule.. O. vens- - j,i ,. ,iu, ii. nrmu the Chickawiw nation, because he fired it is verv safe to -predict that the . v, . .. . v. . .w....w uaaiwa boro success will not be repeated at Wii - o( the Offutt bill, and it is stated that the him out of hU house when he came He has secured 30 or 40 at prices ranging from SH0 to ?llt.". Richmond Climax. Chester. Court of Anneals is ready to declare the- courting around his girl. Sales of 50 extra cattle of l.ooo, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit lion, .loun u. u inciiiocr oi Guaranteed, Givo him a Trial act unconstitutional even if it has a ma A SEOito editor named Bryant has Congress, has appointed George B. Ilice, pounds average, at 4 J; 500 fat sheep at . jority. This being the case the antiquat:ij; 'u uunuH.il H to n; '.'(Hi common stirred up Selma, Ala., by the publicaed document seems destined to tarry of Pineville, son of Circuit Clerk Ilice, a mountain ewes at $.'1.25 per head, a lot of of an article demanding a race war tion with ns another season yet. The train- cadet at West Point from this district ! heifers at 3 and old cows at and predicting the bo near annihilation ers of it would feel proud of its perpetu- ami J. S. Forster, of Hardin C. II., as al' f.imtu ilri. ri.liArtOfl ill fluk Wl linlii.bti.p of the whites that there will hardly be ation if thev were in a condition to jubi- ternate. Messenger. left enouch to tell the tale. The whites Forest tires have been raging in Democrat. late. J. C. Johnson sold Monday to Geo. are very indignant, but while the fellow Montana for three weeks. Much valua- very certainly needs a little scaring up, The appointment of Dr. Godfrey Hun-- , ble timber has been destroyed, and on W. Dugan 100 head of ewes at &5.50. it is probable that he will sutler no bodi- ter, who was elected to Congress in the jnany ranches thousands of head of cat- - John Lnnz, of Clinton, bought in Lin of strife de- Sd district two years ago by reuson of tie have been burned. Several towns coln, Casey and Pulaski counties, 1,300 ly harm. Such a stirrer-uDATL1KPS MAfSVP.Tir I'll t cr . .1 l.ivrr t serves to be banished, however, and this democratic dissentions, to be a mem- - are threatened by the encroaching fires, stock sheep at prices ranging from 2.75 .c nc, ' ' """"" ct.i. Ai.cthariK ak to ctnl. pr boi I'.nihlii.l. Inh.!...! ti. I any her of the pension examining board at Salter bought .Minufacl jred ami lor flic. the trad? by ihc to $3.50 per head. 11. one should bo made to go without Tom Collins, a desperado of . special reference to his order of going. is a considerable let down, castle county, was found dead near I)y- - of parties in the west end of this county WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Ky. hole six mules, 14J to IB hands high, 3 to 4 r ... .!fw. lf....t1rn (n a Burn but the position is about equal to the er's mill, in Pulaski, with a bullet A revolver with an vears old, at prices from $135 to $150. of the individual. through ins head, capacity Out of the 19 State Senator elected in empty chamber was .clutched in his hand Brutus Cobb, of Madison county, bought are republicans and i ...iui.Iiik.. Kentucky but three .. . u.u.u.vv wu.v nit, mtbiwihmi: 'iimiiiitn.i nnnninruM sunnosition that he was here Monday of G. P. Bright 140 ewes at there aro but four republicans nmongitohu.ebti teelecti est killed in a fight with some unknown per $3 and tW) head of hogs from J. C. Johnreturns iu the 19 who hold over. In the House the Virginia, finds that Fleming, democrat, son. son at $4 25. Advocate. repuuueans are even m simmer jujufi-ty- , is elected over Golf by about 100 majori THREE GREAT EVENTSl FARM AND. TRADE ITEMS. having lost half of the members they ty. This leaves the latter out iu the had before. When Buckner was elected cold for a season, but he won't suffer Fon Sale. Six or eight red boars. J. The G. A. R., The Lexington Fair and (he they carried 50 counties of the 119, this long before Harrison gives him a soft E. Bruce. Grand Bridge of the Monon Route. time but 33 counties went for them. snap. August 27th will be a memorable date i James Land sold to James Ilouten n August 5 was indeed a cold day for of both local and international interest, bay gelding for $100. Tiikhe will be but22republicansinthe and his crowd, thanks to the sensi P. P. Xunnellev sold to T. L. Shel- - on account of two great events. Xi ver two Houses of the next Kentucky legisble voters of the State. iu the history of Southern Stock Exhibiton a gelding for 100. lature combined and there is not one of Jones Bros, sold to J. S. Tucker, of tions has such intercut .been manifest in Exposition is a big show the number who is capable of distinThe Paris the success of a local fair as iu the presnnd its managers do everything on a big guishing himself. The republicans are Parksville, 50 ewes at $2.50. ent instance. Lexington is famous the T. L. Shelton bought of A. T. scale. They banqueted all the Mayors in a bail way in Kentucky and don't you world over as the home of the thorougha buggy horse for $100. of Franco last Sunday, when 17,000 forget it. T. J. Fostei sold to Ilunn A Burns bred and a visit to the Fair on this occaguests sat down to fare sumptuously. It . sion means an inspection of the very 00 head of hogs at $1.15. took S.OOO waiters and $100,000 worth of NEWS CONDENSED. D. X. Pre witt bought of S. II. finest of blooded stock on its own native fine winesand viauds.to supply the diners Mahone had himself nominated for Shanks S head of fat cattle at 4 cts. heath added to the many at a pretty good sized spread when you governor yesterday in Virginia. Dr. J. K. VanArsdale bought in fractions of agricultural and other pro come to think about it. Will keep'constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture ducts. The Monon Route, iu sympathy Five wife murderers will be swung Hockcastle 20S ewes at $3.25 to $3.(15. My pricc3 will be as low as such goods low and Undertaker's Goods. Southern California is figuring on a with southern enterprise, olfeis the The Lebanon Standard not only favors off at New York this morning. for public pnnter, Kentucky Union paid $91,000 honey crop of 2,000,000 pounds this sea- rate of $1 for the round trip to Lexing- can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be'eon-vince- d The Col. K. Polk Johnson ton from all stations on its line south c f that I sell lower than the lowest. son. but would support n special provision for the right of way through Clark. A tenement house in Sew York, The Monticello Signal reports sides the Ohio river. This includes the whole giving him thfc enactment as well as the j of tho laws. Same here. cupied by 13 families, burned and nine of 270 sheep at $2.75 to $3 and a lot of Louisville Southern It. It. system. For particulars call on any agent of the Mo"We would then be sure of the adoption lives were lost. mules at $100. !Hmllti ihcihorictl, f hour, iiiilckot between I have on hand 200 heist mountain non Route. Two brothers are to do the double of no bad laws, such as are usually MiiAjOffJL The wonderful Tyrone bridge! Imag-- ' L smuggled through under courtesy to the trapeze act by their necks at Somerset, ewes which are for sale. ll. G. Cover, New ine two mammoth masses of strong steel Crab Orchard. Pa., for murder. local members. SUMRRHjl I). X. Prewitt has bought in this and network weighing many millions of The trial of Judge A. M. Pulliam for naamiLc.iiifc.irrirmH7M A note irom noii. i,au o. auu, ui the murder of Jtunt.fl M. Miller bl.,m at Bov0 coimttes ti,j8 Week some 200 ewes pounds, woven by skilled engineers, on KDiireTrsim Kun ThrouSh Without Change. r, Owen, announces ma canuuacy either bank of a beautiful river, the unBnudelll,u Tlimlliy. at 3.25 to $3.75 THKOLT.U CAK SEKVJCE. ....waui, speaker oi me nexi uoi.se. Whenury has been appointed -J- ohnson, of Boyle, bought in this der portion of each span forming an arch equipped for the office and having serv postmaster at hsto, uussell county, vice county ednesday 20 head of 2 nnd - and so accurately calculated and evenly South Hound -- Train No i.I'ullm.n lloudoir IluH. . ,l,n,f. CV, Cincinnati to Sew Orleam f ,..,.,,, ...., Ilt 2, ,. ed his party as faithfully as the next, balanced as the work proceeds upward' lo niirrvejwri. not bestow the j man, tho members could William Cloyd sold to McCormack and towards each other that on the in Thomas M. Reed, ad old and promi-VNcw (!,Ie;,n, nd Cincinnati honor of their presiding otlicer on a nent citizen of Taylorcounty, was thrown & Terhuno 400 ewes at $3.25 and to G. B. sertion of the final pin the giant arms !Sf ck;"nvllle'Itnoivillp. Sleeper. St. Loui. via M, ,V O. more worthy or deserving democrat. will be locked and enclasped in a firm Harnett 130 extra fine ones at $1.30. from a horse and killed. Condenicd Schedule in Kflcct March jt, i8& J. E. Wright sold to Wm. & Gus and lasting embrace at the dizzy altitude Representative Laird, of Xebraska, is! The Pension otllco lias decided that a dead and the republican majority in the McCormack 230 ewes at t3.75 and to of 285 feet, and soconstnictedthat heavy dishonorable discharge from tho army is next House is decreased thatvmuch. ItJCAJD DOWN. JtJCA.X) UP. Evan Lyon a bunch of lambs at $4.50. loads seem but to strengthen a structure j no bar to asking for nnd receiving a IHAlNs MiUTTi "TraTNs JJollflL Burley tobacco continues to go high- that is already utioug. Such it the new Mrs. Jennie Meadows, a young wife, .No. I. No. 5. No. ai. Vo. a. 7. V Deserters, SV j. STATIONS. Dally. committed suicide near Ashland by er. W. H. Golf, of Shelby, sold a hogs- bridge of the Monon Route across the Daily, Dally. ,Uaily, Um. Iaiy all, aro to bo pensioned. It is Lim. Ex. Sun. I.im. K. Sun, Daily. Dally. Kx. Lim.' shooting herself iu the breast. Xo cause head at Louisville last week at i'32 and Kentucky River at iyione, being the A rv 6 40 a ml 6 cop mi j 3J a m L've... .Cincinnati 17 a in 4 03 pm1 pm 1015 a m i 30 m only a question of time, unless the peo- is assigned. his croji averaged $23. (t5. highest span jii the form...,.,.U'llliamtown....I.'ve j 13 a m, 4J 9 51 m 5 47 p m 9 30 p m 30 a rn 3 P m tiring of imyiug tribute to such cata ple, Georgetown 9 pm 4 ion in I will have some ing the connecting link to ttie Motion's lo J9 p m 7 03 p in 10 35 pm If not sold before Under the new Schaeffer law in 74 a m 11 38 p m Lexington i 30 m 7 33 pm,i0 a m 4 13 pm 7 00 a in 11 10 p m 10251 m, .3 tle, arise and put a stop to it. Minneapolis, which mak'es drunkenness nice male Berkshire pigs ready for ser- entrance into Lexington, and the excurA rr. I.ve.. Lou. sTkT K Ilurgin Lvc. rr a crime, a woman was tne tirst to uc sen vice on the market next county court sion train from Louisville August 27th The Lexington Transcript is fortunat9 S 43 pm'ia ,...Arr Hurm mil 17 a m Lvc 5ja ml 3 Jo m 10 50 p m day. John Bright. will be the initial trip over the' new lint. tiJJpm 59 P m 11 mi ml 16 a Danville,,., 1 .w a m usopin in securing tho services of Col. W. II. tenced to jail. 1031 p m 1 13 m a 53 a m junction tiiy. tj pm 9 10 pm 11 30a mii 45 am L. D. Garner sold to a Rockcastle Ask II. A. Hathaway, G.S. P. A., LouiscolAt Pooler, Ga., Walter Asburg, 1010pm a 05 a m u p ".... Polk, of the Drummer, as assistant edit...oomcrici...,, 300pm 05 a m t 5pm 830 a m Oakdalc party a bunch of yearling heifers at 2 ville, for particulars. 650pm 5 15 ami 4 13 a ml,,,,, ? Jspm i 15am 4 35ara or. If Bro. Caldwell can restrain the ored, who assaulted ayoungGermangirl, 8 35 a m; 040pm Ar'v.Chaltanooja. 1000 pm U've oiopm 735am Wells a pair of 4 00 am August 2(Uh to 31st inclusive; Excur Ar'v 9 ion in, 7 0op m!ve...ChatunooKa 7 35 a m propensity to lie, which the clover gen- was takon by a mob of 300 masked men cents, and to James 1001m 01 pmi 9 49 P iAr,v.,...Allalla ,..,, m 4 47 maro mules for $300. sion tickets on sale via Monon Rou o 43 pm L've... IlirmlriKham., 4$ p ni tleman has caught since ho Btarted the nnd lynched. j uu pm 300pm .Tuic:iltoia..., At Georgetown Monday only 75 or August 21st to 2Sth; returning good Aug. 608 pm, 30a ml Tho report of tho commander-in-chie- f ... O) a m Drummer, Col. Polk will be an assistant n in 141 am Ar v .Merliliun .... ,.1ve looop m 2Ah to Sept. 5th inclusive. The rate for of the G. A. II. will show a mem- 80 cattle on side. Feeders of 1,000 to 630 n in 00 a m Ar'v,New Orlean..Ive 4 13 am! 335pm who is an assistant. Ar'v 5 10 a m L've. .....Meridian round-trippounds weight brought $3.15 to 9,40 pm on this occasion will bo bership of 413,228, an increase of 50,012 910am - ve,... lackton ,.,.,.Arv 0 top m I. ve....VicUhiirg, $7.50 and other stations south one II 15 a $3.52; yearlings from $2.00 to 3; good Down iu Trigg couqty both tho demo- during tho year. 400 pm; Monroe 35 I'm 1ve 005 a m cent per mile each way. The .Monon Tuesday tho connecting rail on the mules $125 to $150 per head. ijop in Ar'v....Shreveport cratic and republican candidates for the 600 a in Tato & Catron bought 10 mule colts Route is the only line running G solid I rain No, a, Pullman lloudoir Hutlet Sleeping Can, New Orleam legislature got 032 votes, when it was de- new high bridge nt Tyrone, over the to CinclnnaU cided to settle the tie by lot. Tho demo- Kentucky river, on the Louisvillo South- of John Bobbitt Monday at $G0 per trains between Chicago and the Ohio Shreveportto6, Chattanooja. 1'ullmanlluiidolr Buffet Sleofini; Can New Orlfan to Cincinnati Train No and Miffet Sleeping Car ChatUnoota Train crat won and presented further evidence ern, was laid. Tho span is 520 feet 10 head; ono of James Bodley at $80 all River. For full particulars call on our lonvillc Nc. 8, Pullman lloudoir A and E. T., V. .WO. Sleeper frn7n to CJncinati "A" Slifnr I.ptr to Cincinnati, via W. & Kn..ll "." is a bad year for republicans in inches long and Is tho highest in tho mare colts. Seed wheat is bringing $1 Monon Routo ticket agent or addrehs FRANK W. WOOIW.EY.Trav:pa.,.ABt that it Li;B. Ky. JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, James Barker, G. P. A., Chicago, 111. per bushel here. Somerset Reporter. world. Kentucky. "u ' ' Cincinnati ,Ol.lo. I ,,. i r- j - I u Miller it Son's oil refinery at Allegheny City, .valued with contents at $220,000, was totally destroyed by fire. A whispered conversation was car ried on successfully in the test of the telephone between Chica go and Milwaukee. Tho president was in Cincinnati Wednesday en routo to Indianapolis and made a speech that fell far below the standard of greatness. Parker Harris, a Memphis negro, killed his wife with a then cut his own throat with the same weap on. Ho was jealous. Mr. Ben II. Poindexter, tho editor oi the Levisort, Hancock county, Post, is a candidate for doorkeeper of the House in the nextlegislature. Bismarck has been finally settled on be. as tho capital of North Dakota. The question of Woman suffrage will be sub- mitted to a vote of tho people. Elizabeth Verner and AndrusOlsen, frustrated in their plans to marry, took poison from the same bottle and ended their earthly woes in California. Capt. Ed Porter Thoinpxou is anweek nounced as a candidate for State Librarian, which otlicer will be chosen by the legislature ill joint session next winter. In a fight between polititical organi- uuca luuo ue zations in Texas, known as the Jaybirds c; and Woodpeckers, six men and one wo- 7 man were killed and man v others woundlong-distanc- e THE LAST SLAUGHTER SALE ofihe SEASON! In August ice sell our Summer Stock of jack-knif- e, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c, Our Summer stock of 1880. us to sell and sell at prices that enable it all, no matter what the loss may MUST BE CLOSED OUT THIS MONTH, if at a quarter of its I I .. .., - 2S,-14- have cut another out of prices this and this will the last for this season, as our buyer at the lo?'k market and are arriving daily. American Indigo Bines, Simpson's Black and Fancy Manchester, and brands of sea Jsiana soia ai per yarn: yard: Lons dalc Lotton, yard at per yard, worth Challis at ,i th Merrimac Sateens at worth American. Sat worth 20c; Men's French Bulbriggun Shirts 10c, yard. wide 12 m all styles at 2oc a worth 50c; Ladies' Silk Mitts at per pair, worth J'ew will arrive dan tnjs iirrh making this the banner on Summer description, of in order make room for Fall 2c 1-z1-S- Even - I , fe " -- f" - ... AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Maunder. J '" "V s. i rui Ho Co BUP03Y9 WINTER ' ''" MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND GOODS. e ' . v j - nt-oi-i, 900-poun- d The Great Remedies 11 ' i p ' Ilock-Burksvill- e, '"' '" ' Williamsburg, ''n J ,: ... SEW FURNITURE ST0RE1 MACK HUFFMAN Pl$DP. Col-Bo- Nun-nelle- y ;!aHiHl8HH4HKPwlBWHiHraK 250-lb- blue-gras- s I i i ' jmMJI Cincinnati and h Or-Icaii- N. J jflNkJAim ..,.,, 2- j .,,' . 1 j MJT11 pen-.Bio- n. bountv-jumper- s, coffee-'cooler- s, j j i , yt 1 & 11 B 4 ! 1 .1 1 I 1 11 1 1 11 11 00 11 s Ixu-isvil- le .m 111 ,M I North-Houn- -- A- - J rmMi ijkL br a Semi-Week- ly InteriokJournal Wanted. intthlsofllce. A Kood blncksinitli. Apply , Go to HIjjgiiiH tt McKlnney's for Oliver plows, thu best in the, market. . Stanfohd. E.C.WAWON.Bua.ManQRer MEANS BUSINESS. Uok our patent wire mid slat fence for fencing Macks. Si.ie ivMencfce. Ky.. Auouht 23, 1889 Ml.VKi) spices nml ingredients of nil kinds for pickles nt A. A. Worrell's '.Model tiroc-cry." . 3 I . Tin: colored fair begun at Danvillo Wattiien and jewelry repaired and Wednesday and U dm wine tlio darkies warranted. A. It. IVnny. bv the hundreds from this place. iiiK ih'hi pinru 10 nuy iru(, patent, medicines and toilet articles Is at A. It. Oi'K colored' barber, .Iurso Thomjisou, I'ennv'p. returned from the annual conclave of Huv your school books, ink, tablet, Knights Templar, at Cleveland, 0., paper, pencils and school supplies of itli the Wednesday. kinds from A. It. IVnnv. 9 .MimSi'k Itot'T entertained n number PERSONAL fOINTS. Refresh, of friends Tuesday evening. Mn. IMS. Cimki is at Ciab Orchard j ments were served and thu merry dance ' was participated in. Springs. Misn Maoii Itrn.KV is vlclting relatives' Mit. Wm. Ik'iiTo.v has contracted with in llvyle. , frame ltaney A Allen for a Mtm M in nik Itui'i.EV is visiting reladwelling on the site of the one recently tives at HarrodsWrg. to cost about Da. W. II. Penny is in Casey county burned, practicing his profession, It is Hail that the lirst train will pass Mn. J. M. Sm.i.ki:, of Wayne, was with through the Cumberland Gap tunnel old friends here yesterday. next Tuesday. This will give the L. A Mn. W. M. llamiiT U recovering from N an entrance into Knoxville independthe fever surely but slowly. ent of the K. T., Vn. Jc Gii. road. Mifs In Piiewitt, of JeiJVrsonville, is To Mv Patrons need money to the guest of Miss'I.ucy Tate. purchase my fall stock and ask as an esMis Mattie Hhown, of Ijincaster, is pecial favor that Mium; owing me will with Mrs. George H, Hruce. Mhh. J. T. Haiuus has returned from a please come forward and settle at once. The Public School at Stanford will CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mrs. I'leusu attend to this at once. visit to relatives at Somerset. commence on the 1st Monday in Sept., Kid. J. A. Harding returned home Dii.mo.v, of IjuicaMcr, is Kate Dudderar. W. F. McClary, principal, Miss Cettie chil this week. He baa just closed a meeting theguestuf Miss Julia Douglas, who is now .S5 Thurmond, assistant. All white Mn. It. He M11.H. W.liiVKXs went to lJrIpliiK school age are urgently nt Nashville with 112 additions. Vvnn of hks Rlvt? onr rtntluns In this is- - dren within thu held n meeting there not long since with Springs Wednesday to wml a week. U(e fln,t of Mrw, o( r.irH.jm.nces requested to attend promptly at thu 117 additions. Winchester Democrat. C. K.T.tb has returned from a visit to , ... ,, ,,.! i opening. R. C. Warren, Ch'n. .li, iiiiivvim Wi Ul IIIC LIU The M. K. Church South organized relatives In LouiRVillunnd JoHerBOiivillc. will prove IJol interest to the present as demo- - nt n church at Middles'boro last Sunday Tiieiii: will bo an Mn. . S. Mykim Is attending the State well as the rUing generation. cratic barbecue In Mr. W. 1). Gibson's with 10 members and 10 more promised, Convention nt Padurah. l By mutual consent we have dUolved grove, near Wayncsburg, on Friday and The organization lins $1,100 from the Mn. II. It. S.UTLKY has gonetoColutn-bi- a desiring to cloe up the Saturday, August UOth and Hist. Speech-- 1 Hoard and will begin to erect a house to see bin daughter mid attend the partnership and tlrni business, wo ask all those indebted cs will be made by numerous prominent iK.xt week. Pinevillo Meshengcr. &c. fair. men and an elegant dinner, including T. Xunnelley bought of L. K. ' to us, either by note or account, to come ' Mux. I)n. It. F. Wai.tbii, of LnucaHter, Will and settle at their earliest convenience. burgoo, s ill be berved. All invited and W'uIIr 40 ewes nt !?:5.50. is visiting her brother, Mr. Richard WalDr. Steele Bailey Hold a registered Very Respectfully, Mcltoberts AsStagg. " everything free. ' ... ... r. ter. . S. Mav, of Somerset, , ... . f. , , Jersey cow to John KiMVUi Jones left Wednesday for He-- i ....fk.. vt.u l'"'j A ntu got into the ear of Mrs. J. W. store-roofor $125. He, S. P. Stagg and J. E. Carlena, Montana, to make it bis future Alcorn while at prayer meeting Wednes- came near putting out one of Howard son will sell 20 flue Jerseys at auction nt Winfred Port- home. day night and caused her considerable Bruce's eyes Tuesdny. shooting one when by accident thu Somerset Fair, which begins Sept. Mu. Wux IIaiiiun, of Chattanooga, pain. Dr. Peyton was sent for and re- man was 10,, after exhibliting them in the rings. hasdn'on visiting his brtMher, Mr. Mark leased the insect from It hiding pl.ice ns a ball struck on the eyeball scaring it nnd Hardin. well us relieved Mrs. Alcorn of great plowing its way through the corner. It NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. was a very closo call, fortunately withMu. ani Mm. Wm. Matiiuny, of anxiety. out serious result. are visiting the family of Mr. T. woman The theory that a I S. Parsons. While at Hale's Well the other night,' sutlicient magnetism to draw Mn. K. P. Hiooins, of Kirksville, a possesw'K Stagd, of seems to be Maj. II. A. Kvaits was taken with the A Lot, gool friend of this paper, was in thi to her view a white horse old conduct forgotten, but a number of our crump colic nnd tho lid of n stove was , OnSomcriet ilrcct, al present occupied by Mr, nearly city yesterday. Ci II Cooper. Awry to were reminded of the fact Tues heated to apply to his breast. After it obtained at a bargain detrnblc pUic and can tie be of Address or call on Misn Louisk Baii.ey has returned from citizens carelessly thrown in the V II. ANDERSON. Harper. Kaniat, day evening, that it is really true, when wiih used it. was a month's visit to Miss Kmma Garrard, r. M. McKOUEKTS, Stanford. Ky. Or lady yard to cool, when the proprietor's little they saw a very at Manchester. driving into town and tliey counted sev- son, Kddie Bruce Spoonamore, trod on Mas. Tom Wood and daughter, Miss horses in a radius of 100 yards. it, blistering his feet very painfully, Ora, have been visiting the family of en white though there will be no permanent in-- 1 have lratcd the old O. II. Jones stables No. 51 Mr. C. M. Jones. Tin: Waddle Bros., of Somerset, seem and S3 Loyd street, Atlanta, (ia. Have refitted Oils, School Boohs, Wall of Richmond, State agent nnxious to play the Intekioh JontNAUt A. J. Rkei, and remodeled the stables, making them the best stock trade. I first-clas- s Tim iiinrulint 01 iiarrotisuurK nrriKtiil appointed in this section (or the niv friends and low for he I. O. O. F. Insurance feature, was another game of ball. It looks tons that ,MI,on3n Dt.. , - ; v. r me suoies ' to do good here this week in Its Interest. goods. ...!..... Olll.ll IV? .. .19 :. . I l.ll.l. .b. n'... ' nnd DrotlLMil Here wetlliestiav n necro ot all tormerctmomersotin the business. .Mr i.oren ' It IIUllUI " 10 tones will assist me Mu. and Mitt. II. J. McItoiiEKTs have villi, (iiu.lit (11 jo-J F. REDD. lie., tliem t hut we are muiieti iiuti aimeeer, nun Benu mi best worhman-lih- e rented the cottage of Mrs. Lottie Holmes lietter players than they ami we are sur- uses, a noted crap shooter, under the imVery style. A DKSIKAIILE on Upper Main street, nml moved thith- prised that they should again want to pression that ho was Burd Blanks, the er. be made to miller defeat, which would Mn. anii Mns. A. C. Sine returned yes- surely follow if another game is played. offer for sale privately my Residence and Vive there is 25 reward. But it was tho terday from New Albany, Intl., where in Stanford. The Land on Danville Chop. When his strawberry wrong man and he went back without Acres of roomy and in good street and All the Secosii house is repair they went to ntteiid the burial of Mr. outli.ii.es are attached. I'osseision given crop had exhausted this year, Mr. Kd the monev. Sine's sister. within two weeks after sale. For further particulars callonCol. V. O. Welch Stanford, Ky. or ad. G. C. G i vens returned to Bour- MeBoberts cut IiIn plants oil closo to the Mrs. Tiiuki: was only one bona tide bid for dress me at Latamie, Wyoming Territory. n healthy Dealer In M C. SAUFLEY. bon with her pretty relatives, Misses ground so as to leave them in t. the construction of the water works Sallie Moore and Rose Jameson, who nml fresh condition for next year. They J grew out sooner tlian he expected, how here in response to the advertisement of I had sjH.'nt several weeks with her. the city council, which closed August Miss Ida Montmomkiiy, n handsome ever, and he is now feasting on a second 20. but us there were so many requests And Stock, FarmliiK Vtcnsils, lllacksinlihs' Tools STANFORD, KY. contains Acres young lady from St. Im!s, was the guest crop of as tine ones as one would wish to for further information, tlio body has and Furniture Saul Farmthe farms 133 Dr Lien ot of tillable, land, adjoining of Mrs. J. IS. Portmait this week, having see. He will try the same thing on his Swop,M)etieral Uano and Joe Tomlinion, and decided to extend the time for bids. Tho miles from Hryantsville, Garrurd coun coino to Kentucky to (ook up her Car- watermelon vines and expects to have n one received is a reasonably fair ono and about twoA t;ood stock arm , plenty of water and ty. Ky. Best tin' supply come in for Christmas. timber for a Dtirrjosci. cod .lencini;, a tenant son kinsfolk. demonstrates the idea entertained that houses, a new stable of o stuns: nuts reaany ., . Messiw. G. L. Penny and C. F. Kent ... i. !.. ....i Fou the last week we have felt as if in Uie WOrKS Cllll iUU COIimrilClOU mill lllliui- - tnr VV net rl, .mlli amount of ever onereu a " sino vear. nesi manic money. Salelo went to Imdon Tuesdny to dispone of a the middle of a Sunday school or some tinned for a comparative! v small sum. take place on premisei fcfepi. 3, 18S9, at p. m - . If sold privately price j,;oo largo amount of watchcx, jewelry and kind of school where the sweet other I'lur.rtEj wilson. Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is $' A liooi) old democrat named James house of voice of woman is mingled in song with silverware for the full and complete. We call special attention to our who has sjient the last 25 years A. R. Penny, of this place. Mint of the bass or tenor of the stronger (sarrison, FOR backwoods of Pulaski county, W. Rosk, conductor on the Cait. J. sex. The Teachers' Institutes, tirst the in the Knoxville brjmch of the L. A X. road, ulilii. nml then the eoliirid. have been came in to see us Tuesday and subscrib-- 1 jVIho Ijtmd ami rftovlc The best Casket of the kind ever invented. ed for this paper. He told us that ho lias gained quite an cnvinblu reputation ,,,,, ,, t.ou liIKH tiu.,, (lliv tll(.y L.n. had never read nor even seen a demo- As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great for his politeness and obliging nature. sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers Embalming, mUf;H 0f prnise, under the most approved method when desired. pj,(. ,nriI,0,,iollhiy was rend several and ao horse engines, a saw works, ox log wag. Ills praises are sounded by many of wfc-lfor tlio timu innkin us forget tho cratic newspaper, but had buckuoard, spnne on 3 1. horse v.ijons. political faith nnd on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, horse, J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. passengers.- - Imlsvillo Times. burdens and toils of business, and re- - papers of the other mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres 0! Kev. S. S. McUoheiits dined nt Crab 10Vl,a S n8 it WL.ri.( t0 a ..,llll(l tlllt JH that ho was thoroughly sick of the way grist privmciv, tuuoereu. ii;ru SMITH, knoDlanawcu MART Orchurd Springs Tuesday, having been ,K.tu,r t,1Rl )is.. a(l where brL.t.7e8 IW the republicans ran their papers ns well Maywood, Ky, i us their politics nnd henceforth ho wou'd by Mr. J. S. Bosley. The b),,1iv taken hither fintilury Uown are gently A Large Side 1'ocket Book contain steer clear of both ami avoid all nppenr- old gentleman, though past four scoro wn(tt,",j ! int.' a lot of fee bills of J. P. llailey. nnces of evil. consitlerablv, Ih in fair health nnd seems three or lour notes and other papers. A liberal . . reward will be paid for the ahoe book and papers IDIRTTGi-a-IS- T C. O. Spkinus. Not for years has Crab good for ninny years yet. &o The Colored Teachers' Institute, will returned to me. Otis 1'. Ncwland, Stanford. W. II. Hkkii.ns found great improve- - Orcliard Springs enjoyed such a patron- - adjourn this morning, after a Bession of ment in n week's sojourn at C. 0. age us it is now receiving. There are unusual interest, both to teachers nml t;on Springs. In fact ho got so sprv that no more than 2o0 people enjoying its do- - those who nvailed themselves of the op" Amendments to Article DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, would have suspected that he bad n lightu nnd tho crowd continues to in .. . ..:. .. . .iti. ,ml ono or the Ai.titii. Miitit Afi. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. pretty little wife ut home. Better go 'crease uisteml of dnuinish as .the hwoi, , , . u.f,8 U8 llllU tIie co,oreiI tendiera Cumberland Valley Land Co. draws to a close. Tho place is admirably as a rule are not only well informed up with him next time Mis. Hiueins. compounded. The undcrsisned shareholders of the Cumber. Physicians prescriptions accurately Mrs. M. B. McAi.isteii, Mrs. W. F. kqit and tho wonder is that it is not al. on the subjects taught in tho public land Valley Land Company amend the said Com pany's Artie. es 01 incorporation, neretoiore men Kviiiis.i Mrs. Bedd. Mrs. F. A. Chick. ways full up to tho top. A number of unl.nnla t.i, r., ..... . , i in nnrt n no,, ......vf. .....fc ruiiu'fin, wuirij lor recsru iu irust 1. 1SS7. in the cilice of the cleric Mrs. K. '. Lee, Misses Mattio McAlis-te- Stanford people are there now partaking o he I incoin UMll, II.IIIK lllCICIUIVIV Hn(, iionl ekivnt their as follows. Sallio and Mary Mcl.oberts, Sain II. o the good cheer and good faro that ,s Vhenr'Sthd ections ol said scope THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, j, articles 8W!llll.ll t0 cntcr ito 0IK as to include within of Harding nnd wife and It. G. F.vaus are us.penseii o invisiiiy. .v upeciauy iow t'10 work assigned him with tUat earnest- are to amendedoperations, in addition thethe coun to the Company's CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. some of tho Danville people who nro en- rato is made to Lincoln county people, ness that is so characteristic of their ties of Harlan and llell, the counties of Knox, t,uy, Terry, i.vtcner. roweii, Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than Whitle ought toshowtheirapprccia- joying Crnb Orchnrd Spiings. Mrs. B. which they l'rof. C. 0. Monroe, thoconductor, Wolfe . llrcathitt. t.ce. Leslie. Knott, Moirotliri. the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Mencfer, Hath, Rowan, A. Owsley and Mr. V. J. Owsley, of tion of by a large attendance. is not only n man of educational attain- Klllott. Lawn lice, lloyd, Carter, Fifinmins, Lew. paired on shorfjnoticc and warranted. Midway, aro with Miein. Owsley, Jackson, Floyd, Wayne, ments and apt to teach, but of a most is, (Jreen, Tike, 1'ula.ki, Hockcn.lle, linn CumA tkiuiai'in with the name of Smith Linberland, Tin: Myers House had tho honor of Kowsey carved upon the shell wns found pleasant and all'ablo ninnner. His lec- coln, in which mud additional countuilt shall bo lawful for the said Company to transact its busiof Arkansas, entertaining tho governpr J.N. MENEFEE, A C.SI.VE. n few dnys ngo on the farm of Mr. G. A. tures on Civil Government and U. S. ness of purchasing and selling lands, the mining and Hon. J. I'. Kagle, Wednesday night. He llencdicton thobancasterpiko. If the late History were highly instructive and and sale of coal, iron nnd nil other ores 01" minlumber. erals ami the manufacture and sale was en route from tho Richmond Fair, is ao amended that the capital II Mr. Howsoy did the carving himself ami showed by his familiarity with them stock Section Company, instead as nnehumltcdaiid of of said to which ho took his wife, neo Oldham, S shall tho little animnl wns near bisjilaco when that he has made it un objective point fifty thousand dollars,hundred be one million dolDealers In- n dollars each, which who was a Madison county lady, lars, in shares of one become acquainted with bis work. said shares shall bo issued to the stockholders by ho did it, it had wandered over 10 miles to hero. Gov. Kaglo is a very pleascertificates when $jo has been paid on each share Several of the legal fraternity and from home in tho 22 years sinco that thereof subscribed for, and the President and Secant gentleman in conversation and hna of tho county court, and other citi- retary of said company are hereby authorised and bit tho dust. Mr. Kowsey bepopulariissue the accordingly. demonstrated his capacity nnd longed to the notorious family of llow zens of tho town were present, during directed tu our hindsstock i;th day of July, 18S9. this Witness ty by ascending tho political ladder sev- soys, which for u long timo hold this sec- the lectures and seemed to bo highly If.CENT IVOKIINH, BX.X3STDS J. S. HoCKKR, eral rungs at n timo sinco hoentcredthnt tion In terror. Ho was killed by n squad There was n want of attend-- , II. Hovn. bv J. A. Cratt. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, nreun from his farm. J. A. CitArT, of militia in 1S07, sunt hero to take him ance on tho part of tho colored peoplo of 1. W. Haydin. WIXWE W. P. Walton, dend or alive, so if lie wroto his nnmo on the community, which Prof. Monroo CITY AND VICINITY. J. S. IllNGUAM, W. O. Welch, terrapin's back, it must huvo been took them heartily to task for in his Cedar and Locust Posts. tho W. K. Ramsey, Lumber Yard. We will carry a full stock of everything found in a good blacksmith. J. W. prior to that concluding, event in n law- Wednesdny night's lecturo on tho t John W. Fov, jr., Wanted. A A, C. SINE, Business Mar.ncer I'wuny. Com i:nun nettle your nrcouutj A. It. i itli the llux. .Iok S. .Ioseh Ih down Lemonade, Kinder ale, champagne dor, nil ice cold, at Zimmer'n. cl- - I m two-stor- y m 1 nice rain fell Wednesday night and yesterday, to put the finishing touches to one of the llnest crops of corn ever raisJ kau Thompson, tlio tonsorial artist, is ed !n this section. back from his trip and ready4o wait on The contract to construct all the de bis customers. pots on tho Louisville Southern exten-- J I iiavi: UOO.OOO brick now ready for sion from Lawrenceburg to Lexington sale, or will take contractu to build hous- has been awarded Mr. It. C. Bradley. es, chimneys, cisterns, Ac. W. F. Ram- Harrodsburg Sayings. sey, Stanford. Mil. W. B. Comeii, a contractor on the School. .Mrs. II. A.Kvans' preparato- K. U. road, was hero Wednesday hav ry school for Wlllesby and Vusuar will ing advertisements printed for 50 hands be opened Monday, September 2d. A to work in a tunnel in Powell county, to course for young girls who do not expect whom he oilers from $1.50 to $1.75 per to go through college will be arranged. day. of this county, John Mock, formerly The Colored Odd Fellows and Hopenow a carpenter of Lexington, has been well Baptist church will have a big day nrrested there for sending the dynamite nt Glasgow, Aug. IH, at which time S'2.'2't machine to Mr. Baxter, of thu Leader, will pay for tho round-trip- . Rev. Win. but he declares his innocence. Mock is Feneseo is one of the managers ami the saiil to bo u discarded lover of Baxter's train will leave here at .'3:'J7 a. m. voting wife. John Knoleman, late of this county, Tin: Boone County Record says that Mr. LeGrand Utz, who moved from but now of Helena, Montana, is making Lincoln county to that two years ago, a reputation for himself as a trainer and has discovered a gold mine on his place. driver. The stable with which he is enWu have not the pleasure of Mr. t'tz's gaged purchased a young horse called acquaintance, but we hope his tiud will Col. Bradshaw some time- ago and Mr. Kngleman has had him in chargo since. pan out handsomely. Last week he drovo him in a racu in It Pays. Mr. John Bright inserted a which ho not only distanced all his iMine notice in our stock column last is- coinjetitors, but made the best time evsue, wanting to Bell some Berkshire pigs, er trotted in the State, 2:20. We conand before the ink bad thoroughly dried gratulate Mr. Kngleman on his success on the paper he hud sold one and con- as a driver as well as tho notoriety he tracted with two parties for the sale of has won by breaking the record in his several more. Advertising pays. State. A N sC Our First Shipment of m FALL PANTS ITow EEAD7 for th II Trade. t BRUCEglVlcROBERTS JONES BRO'S, I V.in-Ausiial- i ;e Dry Goods and Notions, Staple&Faney Groceries m. i .. iiii a Sunday-Schoo- .. ' a j Quccnsnwrc, Glassware, Tinware, exchange for Country Produce and allow tke highest market prices. Powers' old -- 1 f ( ' I Imx-ingto- ied-liead- FOR SAILS Brick House and Having purchased the interest d Mr. will the business at the where stand, shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a II To Stools Tradosr. . . 1 1 1 -- .... -- ....., .:.' jt ... , I Paper, Jewelry Paints, prices, for and Silverware at Jeweler, watch I have a in the ready repairs and jewelry respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs! W. B. MoBOBEETS. ;x.,ru:sr:li,r:;:V7;,,:z;jREsiDENCEF0RSALE. I y Bo Eo WKciHBN. Undertakers' Goods Public Sale of a Farm Furniture and - 1 ! '. Assorted Stock of The Largest, Cheapest and Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades ! . well-know- n i I I SAWMILL SALE! INDESTRUCTIBLE BUM AX CASKET, ! 1 i 1 1 -- 1 ss-t- ... , J.Orn I Ao Bo PENNY, jeweleb; ; nain 3mJMfk) ' ' -- , r, ,...! - I I -- nn-tur- e. 4 well-know- SINE & MENEFEE -- olli-ce- rs BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Shingles, Etc., DOOBS ABTD A1TD GSiSLSH, PATENT l?SD SLAT first-clas- PB1TOE, poai-biliti- es Wallace. less lile. of his race. Iamcs V Fox. '?,; xL VT f A.f J--" - w-i,.-., i'wwrT HMMMMIIBMI n n"l m...tJ.., jj , m ; "i i TS"' r -- f '"'l1?iVW'Wyi( MsrAs.v ' MaUlMIWWKIM . . r ' ' I f , ny. ea Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HUSTONVILLE. It Was Spring When I. IS MltMOHVor I MV Told Her Good-By- V. F. McCXARY Reminiscent Sketch, No. (To the Kditor of the Interior Journal.) Ill n very enrly day in tliu settlins of tiiia county, the little Hurjr (n nmno we AT give at present for convenience) wna situ PJGH YJCAR.IK ADVAXCK ntetl in the extienie west of Lincoln $2 WWhen not to paid $2.60 will be charKed.1a county, Ky., and was known by a trini. tv of names: Cross ltotuls, HniiKinjj K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Fork anil New Store. Years later these Ilotvland at 7:00 a m., returning mines were nil shullled oil' unit that of Train leave at 4:50 p.m. Hustonville Riven by an net of the legislature, on petition of her citizens. The L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. triune of names originally given rises .1 J 31pm Mail train coins North state: . In that " 131pm from the facts as we hero South 11 57 P m Express train " South enrly duv there was but one general rorul c North 347 am 630am running from east to west through the Local Freight North 5 Jjp m South...... Burg. The main road running from The Utter trains alo carry passengers. The above li calculated on standard time. Sobr north to south was laid oil and located time ii about to minutes fatter by the way of Carpenter's Station, some two nnd a half miles above. Subsequently this road was moved down and made to run directly from Danville to Liberty, from east to west, crossing the first named rond at right angles, iu the centre of the Burg, giving the name of Crossroads. Tradition says, in an earlv day, there were two men, horse thieves perhaps scouts of the noted Murrell gang caught and hnnged on the bank of the creek, which is now named Hanging Pork, at 2 few or- near the village nnd this may account m for the name of Hanging Fork. The W postoflice went by the name of Hanging I ......... 11111 uu Sill. T.t- rorK tor several yeiira, 1.... I... mv Burg received the name of New Store is not exactly known. The postoflice also went frequently by the name of New Publlnhod Every Tuesday and Friday It was Spring when I told her goodie, And earth wore a garment of liloom, Ilutthe-- e fell on our parting a ell That hung all the landscape with gloom. Wo parted -- the train bore me on, In vain did the orchard tree w nvc The white seemed a shroud through my tears, DKAK MAGOIK. of Public ton will mil all the news relating to matters 01 in- Is A Candidate for Superintendent Schools, subircto the Democratic Primary Men- terest to tion to be held In October. the leadi.nrrapVo'f Central Kentucky, issued lusdayanil rnUayof each week, $invr )car Send 50 cents and try It Address II. U llotle, Ilutincis for three months 15 Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub. Manager, Danville, Ky ject to the action of the Democracy Horsemen and tne counties FARMERS, &' ot and washingHole, Lincoln, uarranl - W. I. DAWSON ADVOCATE 1M m x Eft AWlnlEDRi'S lno, irij'zviniLUHtAM THIS preparatlorvwithout T3.j.mS s The pink like a rose on a grae. OTIS P. NEWLAND It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the Dcmocrjcy. sub- The (jr'en of the woods cooled my Rate, Hut to gladden my thought tried in vain; Kora soirow had entered mp heart, With a ton; like a funeral strain. It was Spring when I kissed her goniUbje, I dreamed 'tw at the t.ltt, but the told Mow the summer would bring me again, And our lip meet at fold o er fold We parted: the Summer day grew , I came, but I found her asleep, And we quietly bore her nw ay Where the angels of night come to SA3I M. OWENS G. S. CARPENTER Candidate for Jailer ( Lincoln county, ject to the action jf the Democratic party. Is 11 It .1 Candidate f r rectction as Jailer of Lincoln bulls ready for service. A. j- county, tublect to the action ol the Democratic party. Tan. A few applications will render the most Rtulibornly red skin oft, imooth and A M Fetand has good Milk Cows for tile, all white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or thoroughbred Shorthorn., wth tahel 10 daytold, but nrcmedy tocuie. basing had calves within i hours of each other ?owiIcrtocovcrdefecti, preparations, and A good chance tu got a good caw and a thorough is guaranteed to Dire satisfaction. At drug bred bull calf chrap Alio hue some nice young gilts or mailed lor 60 cenls. Prepared br M EOR SALE! ploa, 'IcotAr Blaok-Hond- - T.lTrnT.Mn1si Plm. Sunburn atid FULAND, Stanford, Kv G. O. IJITTIVTCjTt As CO., ",', OHIO. For Sale nt McRnberis "', Stag's, ,V Stsnford, Ky For Sale subI I.Jii-a.ter ! STANFORD rdeardwife I't then All person ROLLER MILLS. grj-cer- w eep. pOYAt PtLyJ " Sleep on my song watcher your grate. Sleep on you nre tombed in my heart Till It ceasos to beat then we'll rest Just n little ways, darling, apart. KATYDID. J. N. MENEEEE It a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Lincoln County Di'moiraiy. with to sell my farm of ej aires situated on pikn two miles from Stanford The the bind Is all in grass; a comfortable dwelling of 4 Will sell at iHtriraln roomsls situated upon it O. A IIKNLDICT. htsnisord. 41 Illrmfnghnm, Ala., Aug. tjth.'Sy. A Tribute. Resolutions adopted by the Stanford Sunday, August Baptist Sunday-School, E. Ita Candidate for Assessor of I.ineolti subject to the action of the Democracy. I. KENNEDY County, S. O. DAVIS, PHY3I0IAN AND SURGEON, MT. VMRXON', KV, Office neat door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children ivishtnit a pleasant life and e!l use Patent Flour made at y, Stanford Ro'ler Mil!s Call for It at your and if they base not got it on hand, urge them to key It rr get an order from them and let it at the Mil' and I w II guarantee a pleasant and interesting tsiti'l ol W N POTTS. Superintendent ' 31. E. Hi inklcy CROSS & 2IIAKET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, Ky. Coal and limber Lands and Farms for sate. Cor. reipondcnrr solicited. 44 i J 5ar Uil IAINU II Absolutely Pure - 1 POWDER Cooper & Iieid Tom Mnsterson Kinnnird, iu the and ZE3I. dry goods business; others we will speak O. . Wl.SK, , I 1825. ROWLAND, KY., Com. B. K. Weaken-of hereafter coming on in a latter day. .T.H.Mc-Ai.ivTKij My Now on Main The citizens of the little burg and earDealer In Stanford, Ky terms annlv to Mr V. II.' ly settlers generally were mostly from Dry Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps Vn.,il,rt it to n astwtuitaail fWt tllllt tllit Htggins, Stanford, or to me at Dantille, Ky On Divcllnigs, iui.li ,!J Furniture, St res, Mr- d Virginia. A generous and I.OrTIK N HOLMKS. 1 chanUise, ,v , apply Ij the eld Boots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warglantls or vital parts of the lamb or rabpeople, the bone nnd sinew of old LinTinw are, Furniture and a i Pennsylvania bit can be utilised to prolong man's life Fire Insurance Oo. Groceries, coln. Their kind and social bearing was indefinitely, it may not be impertinent Coneral Lino Lightning clauses alU hed ant damages paid manifested in their dealings and inter- . t. Fancy Candies, Canned Goods, &c. 1!ir.... - ...1... . !.... ou,eanj LoJII Miwooj Suitable for whether fire ensues or not H Hkt'CF-- , Agent. Gocd All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. course with each other. On occasions of to asK II 11 initKtfs liny uiiivitrut.EO" tea.her uood the sheen be of the French Merino! doctor or to house-raisingD L sTLI'MLNSON, Apply help needed: common 'bnrtjjtl stock Maywood, Ky 4t quiltings, Ac, common in breed or the like the one that "followed Mary to ' that dav, the whole neighborhood, male HARRY A. EVANs, school one day?" And if the jack rah- - j All person knowing themtelves to be indebted! for good, or seasons u.u. Richards, either settline name wtth of and female, were usuallj drawn rwntli. bit is to be preferred to the "old Molly. to rni CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL James colts, wlllsave troubloby work 0f the dav being done, an Krye, aslhase put them In his hands for settle- - v Also how long before thoerevivi' I dunce, with everything ha?" M. L. RICHARDS, ent. 44 STANFORD, KV lied antiquarian subjects will be devel-- i 513 Fourth Avenue, good to eat, closed up their labors and oped into an immense Engineering and Surveying in O11iuviiio - - lvCHliH-i-i. enjoyments. class of blatint; protectionists with ears all branches. Burg seemed well prepared for The after the same pattern as those of the DENTIST. defense. Two, large stone houses, stand- animal of which that class of po braying Office on Lancaster street, opposite cojrt-houi- e Jng one on the east and the other on the econoinisM are typical. Spring - j JEOE SStjlQ UMyr Stanford, Ky. MT. VERNON, KY. n t,1(J eljbf litical wJth ' field News. , m n IcKated in Dtllas, Fexat, and especuni; seemed to have been erected as castles HotcIJis still maintain This eld and n ' llaslnf ke " m' home dur,n ,,fe- - ' W,M M'11 Publ,c- sirSpantOry flSpraSnt Ot CSntrO GOllSgSi or beacon forts to warn and guard the Charts rea.on.ble. Spe- inC its fine reputation. The HopkillSVille New Em announces ' h ,'V,Iwf.CllS.Mi. villagers from Indian hostilities and out- - by authority that Mr. McKenzie is a can- , 1, 1889, 8ido Angers. Senator, which, Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, Among the names of her early citi- - didate for United States of course, means that McCreary, Knott My Farm of 120 Acres, on the lurnertviile 88o. Kull counw of ttudy, both Eliglith and andMt Kinney pike, tS mile from Tumcrttillo, Trmenh Cooner. uraild- - and perhaps a .i.w ... other ......tl.., ,.. ctpacially adapted to pre Zens nre UlOSt. 01 Classical. Instruction ln uncoin county The Farm has on it a com H.iM' ROBERTS, pare joung men lor the fre.hinan Class. A lilier- - father of Olir present COUlltV clerk; Dr. will enter the lists and trv conclusions fortablu hou, barn, meat house, Sc, a riuecis- tern, it well fenced with new cedar and locolt ' .IS .1)C ai cngiisn caucaiiin is mri'uncu 10 any one who STANFORD, KY. to hop- - posts and rails; in splendid repair, with ner nay not desire t Uke tho classical course. Terms J. T. Campbell, a physician Ot Illgll With Senator Blackburn. It churches, good moderate. JAM its li. WAklu.v l'rineipal standing, Col. Shackelford, living in the ,1 tl,.., .1... I...1W;.!.. ,vill Ka snort niwl lailineslock water, ,convenient toMK , I)an ille, Ky. 5 Ollice ou Lancaster Street, nppo.tte Curt-Hu- e east stone house mentioned above, Jus. Sharp, and tllllt the best mail will Will,. tioii ona the Cincinnati Southern Railroad Ihere llavin; removed tn this i.lare from Liberty, to call- it not bvtter liUiet.rntt (arm taking sue the lice and Benjamin Lineberry, blacksmiths and .111 the liailie Of the most gallailt ailtl consideration, in Lincoln n.unty. It will haveinto 'ir at Il .ahis prnfetsion, II. ulll the .attiHition ..Ituilis.. .! tu ...... III IU .!. r.. IHm I.h ... .' CWU .. H. HI. ..W...V IIUII .I.E IM. ku. ' to bepn prmnpt- answer call., n town or joynlry. d4ror nUht to(Ml SEMINARY by occupation, the latter of whom named truest demOlT.lfV of the L'llioil. We for-- ?;?;? ob.I'rrccuteil. iale 1 Peli?.,"A " I.... Ho... f l,lIM'jl?,.lnhllelval.--!..eI. 1.1.1 -- . .!., T"1 l, in died on the gulf, at or near New r spean 01 ni.aoiiuy at . ne ueeini u unnecestars-uiu a m. nci'M w:ij,c I... uciuic in..same House andI Lot in Vir iV AND NORMAL SCHOOL, mil .uiiimiiI Athareofthe niiren. hU way to the Mexican the Victor IS finally . while. on ceW cottase wh5. room,. .erva.1i.'ro.,m, Upon the Cltf ua.V.d ...... . . . . 7 o veranda in fmnt, side porch, with a ncscrfallltig by him. nil rorps nf tearlnT.! wnr n nn i linv: UOl. I1USIOI1 11I1U C. del. 12 m lies from I.iiulatllle. Louisville Times. well ol cood water on back porch, meat hou.e, . mrongh instruction llieh ttanilinirofiieliiiliiraliln t nml l..ii,.. ..... .... v Iia.i.m ...... Mini mnrt .ILciplln chractrrles all department. H. SlaUgllter lived 111 the StOUe llOUbe Oil "".hj h.tii.M .1 ,l.l and r.vr I..vn.. .I silv.iii. Tenus hoard, tuition fuel, lluhts. etc , (l'o.m fur say that, this property tfOOS, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., tt... alien, .. II K SlIOl'LII HE I'ltOVlDF.I) FoH. Ex- - li I cniy....', to tellnia onwhen my terms itarnira- the west, above naiueu; teuiuouths. New nnpiN rrfehcii at nnr time it. itie For ,eable iue further particulars J. W. Onens mwHWHiiiiw.MiK.AiisHBMOi1w.tnllorby traik with excellent gifts iu tiOV. Moses, Of South Carolina, WllO, WO or Dac Altum, who Iie on theseefarm, ur Col Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, ill n .. -of lii.1L.vi. iu iailUlHllIll AnJ.,jn. lLr.n(. or rlltnmalii a..i his profession; Dr. Colley, j STANFORD, KY LEXINGTON, yr . jcCormack, a respectable SCttS prison for pi'tit Suilldlillg, may feel St.? Mam street, Dallas, Texas, F..T. recognition KENTUCKY, 11 hone that he mav obtain WVHs ilrllied to order and I'umps lurnufced at physician nn ft Baptist preacher as well, ' factory pried. ) the TTnmhTo v&(GM (I ilFrlT C? if moved by glowing spirits on preach from the administration as well as is a leaders. It rest of the carpet-JmLJlliLLLu evvtSl!l!5J-Vlr- " ' s " "' in r icp:iinns: Dr.. Rose, father of Mrs. 1 , ww . Vsmr " I. M. THE BEST EQUIPPEtTscHOOL FOR Tate, iiuv of Stanford, who lived in the mere mattei 01 comparative in.Momi iu ' " ' J t,,e ccntro of ",0 har , , , , A VALUABLE FARM. JJT PATTERSON fhes lo' hose u'r LIVSSY, SALE AND. FED STABLS, CutaiouuctolonJ, B. SKINNER, prin; These, with others that could be named, while in the Dill. 17. 'im nf tlm vlllaue. wen. lennie M. IVrininjtin. PKf . 1 STAKFOUD, KV. Lincoln Cir. Court C9LLEGS ! FfiHALS nmetlLite vicinity, anions the eaily ,'? A French duol has proven fatal to one ' John w PenmnKton, Deft .) SPECIAL ATIKN'TIOVf COMMERCIAL settlers were the Andersons, Williams, of the participants. A child in Penn Ily sirtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit 'xiuxht B aines, Reids, Murrells, Logans, Din-- svlvailia hint week swallowed the handle Court at its March term, liU.,, in thoaboi- styled travelers Horses and mulct ics od anllitttlJ. cry onlvrlr.t-cla- ti horstsnud c) cause, I vt ill on 't Modem Progresive School, Widdiwj, Hustons &c. Undo Archie OI ;. I.UWU ,11111 llieil .11111i rn .11...1 ..1 Also a.cnt fur the It's Huston, living just- - below town, wa a fell out of bed while fighting a mosquito Monday, Soptombor WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- At oVIocl .ir thereakw.ut, bcinjf the first day of Where your daut.'ite.s will I tausni how to he ' good Old Virginia!!, but a little foild of nnd broke nis, neck. D.tn .t lurks in the the September term of the Lincoln County Court, come true kj ueu, un v.' nil as thoroughly sell to the highest bidder at public out' ry beforu the "flowinn bowl," and when feeling a siinjik'st pursuits of life. uistruLteu in the door in Stanford, Ky., the follow, duliuhtud to in- - property, to u it t .? ' little rich from its efiects, , Blxty-tw- o Literature, Science, Art & Mu3ic. iglntz us his merry sonn: . Acres of Land ixi miles west This largest sequoia tree has been of tliu city of Stanford, immediately on the Mivlhy Cal. It meas- City pike and adioinini; tnelandsof Mrs. Emma rtewer that blooms, found in Tulare County, RLV C IOPE. President, Address "I am the prettiest AR. P. or Mrs. S. C. TRUEHEAKT, And can bloom any time in the day.' ures 150 feet in circuinfeience at a point Jones,lanu ll.it aL.iiin Woods,01 Dr. Huah Rcid. one 111s is stale cuitivaiiun anu Lady Principal, Ax Old Citizen. the farms near Stanford; has upon it above the ground as high US a mail COllld ofnew best small good barn and other outbuildings Millertburg, Ky. Co. E. D. collatfe, N. N. A: M 43 Stanford, August lSSi). ir leiien, mi uii 111 .1 tux is umaeu uu, and luiprosemcnts; also kikhI water for all pur- uio uiu ,,e,t m',f!l,bor,,oml, '" Only one Night out to Now York. "' j SJBVo"n1y,",u"e but still it is of immense height. Little Sophia Schwab, of Chicago, I "" Terms of SaIl' Said lale will he made on n. Trains to Solid Vestibuh-tiii.t.iil linn vmi u'nril Mnniliiv nr tlw 1M11I credit of 6 and w months; bond requirtsl of the BUCklCll'S Amlca SalVC This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Thebes, talse.n the world for cuts, BSr.& others not to trespass on our land, without per-- of a stlltlK to Which Was attached a 11111)1- mission, as au tucn wtune prosecuteu to tne iuii- - her of toy balloons. Sho was brought sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever orc,tctter,chap- - of a iuduinent, nub a lien retained upon the bind Now York, est extent of the law. Signed; chilblains, corns and all skin erup- - until all of the purchase money Is paid. who ped hands, MC,4,J" B,xen back to earth by a sharp-shootGEO. D. HOPPER, Passing all the Famout Vlrcmla Springs by day. HILL, cure, pile., or no pay rcqulr. J T. J. Hon. and posu.vely """J M VISiON. 1IAUOHMAN, light and arriving at Old Point Cfiitfori and Ilia perfoiated the balloons, one by ofioiintil ed. It is guaranteed to give ptrfect satisfaction, J.M. McROIIKUTS.JR. M. S. ItRUCE Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court Sea Shore the next alternoon llOIlT. McA LISTER. J.E HAUGHMAN. they let the girls gently . Sixty-twof land adjoining the ubos e will Tim sto- or money refunded. Price 5 cents per box. also he sold Acres S H. S. H. SHANKS. Time Card in Lffect July i, i at a reasonable pri e at the sat ie time, MRS. HENRY HAUCtHMA.V. A M KKLAN1J ry sounds fishy, but it comes from ChiKor tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. and is sery fine land, wlurh would make a (arm W MUL9IU, JOHN K.T. PENCE, TVIistMaTri.istVcs of i:t acres of vary fine land tast C. PARUISH. cago where marvelous things are always A.J. HAYDKN, Merit Wins. G M DAVISON Daily Kxpres. Express KASTWAUD. M. L. RICHARDS. HOLMES ItVitl, .Murrell & Miller, ol Store. However, about this time the punt)-snispowuer nevervaries. a marvci rapid increase of business and several Rtrengtn and wholesomones. More economical I s being built may have Than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold In new competition with the multitude of lov test, short had souiethina to do in the matter. Some xreigm, alum or pnospnatepawoers. noia oniy in cans KUYAL. UAKl.MJ I'UV. JJf.K s,U of the oldest linns of the place were York. , store-house- iS 106 Wall street. New J". ZHZILTOlsr e, infinite wisdom to call from our midst and bid him come up higher, our beloved superintendent, Robert K. Harrow, be it Kk.40I.vkp, That in his death the has lost one whose labor in its behalf was most faithfully ilovotel ami and whose exemplary christian life is worthv of our imitation, and while we deeply deplore the losa of one so noble and true, we bow in humble 8tibmision to the divine will. 1 That we extend to his stricken and bereaved helpmeet our heartfelt sympathy and commend her to a tender and loving Father, Whose ways are not our ways and Who doeth all things well. :v Tlmt rliost resolutions be spread up on the minutes of the Sunday-schoand published in the Intkiuok Joi'k.n'.w.. Sunday-school t, IS, lSS'J: WiiKitKAs, It has pleitsed God iu His Isn Canlid.tte for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to tht aitioti of the Democratic party Elec.iou August, iSu.v Rails, Shingles and hlngles. Shoes For Sals, 19.000 I hase on hand Men's, Women s Misses' and Children's Shoes, made by Alter, Forid Jit C". and Mundcllc, which I will tell at the sery lowest prices I hue bought them nnd they must t ld My stock i toiuplete and thou- - who want bargains can gel tlism by calling. I mean busi Manufacturers of r'ine Saddles and Harness, in ts. W C IIVII.KV. Turnerstille. every style and finish knwn to the trade. Kace and Trotting Equipments a specialty. No. Kat Main Street, LKXINOTON, Ky. II. R. WILSON, With Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd I'oplar ivcr, Fud and $afe Stabls THOiMPSQN & BOYD, a & a y 4ftv j t2J& csksm JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKV, a W.H. JACKSON & CO., PHOTS. I OS DOS', KV, Good lutnoutt and saddle horses alwayl lor hit on reasonable terms I ondjn Is tht most convenient point on the railroad to reach plai.es in tht n..n it the State in the m Mintain to Attention, Coal Burners. 1 FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR I keep on hand a No quality of Jclhco, Lily CAPT. and Nut Coal in tny yard heave your orders at Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First Yard or S S Mers store aad they wilt be attendclass Pare and Reatonible Trues, Day and night ed to promptly. J II llltiGINS, Starford Ky. 6j Trains ate met by i'olite I'orters ol this I'opulai JO;-t- f. House. eroB SA3LB. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel in Kert and Its pr EstnbliNhcd House St., pQBi HTSTJIIA1TCE Proprietor kind-hearte- rt shall ' v i ky has a b'tter repulstion, r Is deterinlnsJ lht msintaincd. of 1 I FOR SALE OR RENT. schuii-houseoiil- ot lie has r ...-i..r- tei sJJed to lis apixnnlmentt Settle With James Frye. ", Pool and Hilliurcl Parlora Also AFIrst-Clna- s WOOD WALLA6E, Llvory Stablo Men's Outfitter To aeenmnsads e t'e demands of his increased Ile-- t . I urnjtils furoishej transient patntrag'. Coinmetcul Irsielrr. nd nthers 'w.B.Eisrnsr'y g , THE (iALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST t I IPiaDilOly. (NEWCOMB , well-kno- HOTEL, I Tuesday, October I . ,.,, 0. ",. . m HOTEL IN THE OITY. RATES 3.2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IM- C TO ROOMS. M.D., TURKISH .V RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN UOTKL ,.f T B EUEMD -.' - . ... 1 ..'... ..... 1 i..sn ,'l"" St p sf 3 a " . a a 0 2T3i o X. n 3 i re -- " i son-in-la- to P 01 Jq.j,, j ..-.- s. o S 1 0 YOL-NG- jj o ca I 1 a K. n c m -, COMMISSIONER'S SALE ClT KltlCK, sWrY O en? ip s et km e. 2 re 5r? re fo w t B - 1 ' 111 1 2, '89, re Oq in 1 ,'.,,. court-hous- e Old Ky. Route ! re 52. rq &S - P . 1 111 1 POST232D. li. w o S p Z jwBwitH - L " K' re 1 t..., , Baltimore, Philadelphia, 2 e er, do-vn- o WM. ADAMS & SOU, 4 D. V. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 5H 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. happening A mortar, wnlch it is claimeil wi stand in all sorts of Weather, is made of lone bushel of unslaked lime and three bushels of sharp sand, to which is added one poiiuu .1111111 iiiixeu wiiu une jinn of linseed oil. The alum will counteract the action of host ou the mortar. 111 Wc desire to say to our cituens that for years we hase been selling Dr King's New Dlscust-ry- j for consumption, Dr King's New Llft Pills, Iluck-- . Ion's Arnica Salve and Llcctnc Hitters, undhaie never handled remedies that sell as well, or that, such unlirsal satisfaction Wc do not lotlttitt) to guarantee them every time, and e stand ready to retuudthe purchase price if satisfactory results do not folUw their use These remedies has oh on their Rreat popularity purely' on their merits, A. K. I'cnuy, urujut A Itu-asju- Kx Sun Dally 11 Daily IlKOXDWAV, 'iMulMMIlMsaist -- cDiicuisviut Wi sv At bjit Chi c 60 Rr .S- - A'NEW FAST MAIL Leaving Doth The Nobbiest ei Ever including the brought to tlie city of Louisville, now open svorld-renown- cause bevomecltarand moso Clove j and other Kurt, 8 tpecialty. Order out- - transparent. Try It, and if satisfaction is not civen nlde of city solicited, perfect satlsfactlor (juaran. it will cost you nothmi;. It I fully warraated. A. eed. Don't lail to'orderaNOBBV HAT. it i) R. Penny, Drucsist mus. The Pride of Woman. A clear pearly and transparent aim it always a And also my ow'n Imp'ortation of English Hatt fti..ti nf nnri. ltlfiml. nml nil n.rtniil tmiiM,.H ullli and Capt. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's j darfci . yMoff or botc,eJ Ma cu at. .. -- ... cicomteu uiuorc;!!- .- ... $ued that their blood Is out or order. A few doset M.i..r.ii. SKIN SACQUES, 0APS,!or,)eK?,,,"ooai'"r,1fu,rfc1 NOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS at Stoclc of & Most Stylish (S3 NO) ) You Cannot Afford At this season of the jear to be without a good re, liable diarrhoea bnliam in the house, as cramps-oJiidiarrhoea uud all inll.iminaliull of the stomach anil bowels ate exceudinsly daiijicrous If not Ouv hcltte of llcifgs' Diar- attended to at once, hruoa llal.nn will do mom good in cases f the kind than any other mcdn iueon earth. Wc guarantee it. A. R. I'"iiny Druggist ., Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. 111 rt '"J F.verattemrted between the great commercial cities 011 the Ohio Itiver and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and must comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West auc Northwest. The counterpart of this train 011 all runk lines it denominated The Limited Kxprets, The superb rolling stoik we einpb) gives patrom Unlimited Comfort Drnx'tO's Wit'At all Coupon Ticket Ofiices In the Soutl. WhyTslP you will find our lime tables and tickets. Say Mo non, get Monon and stick to Monon, il you want That peoplu linger alji(f always complalntns to save money and have aAdeasant Journey. K.O.McCOUMlCK, about that continual tired feeling f One, bottle of General Patsencer Agent, Chicago Dejrjt' Hlood Purifier and lllooil MaLer will enCity Ticket Agents and O.Ti'--. , tirely remove this leellns, give them a goodappetit I M. ja; .th Ave., Loiusvill. Kj K A Tobrenck tne tt , Cincinnati Ohio. and regulate digestion. A- It. Peuny, Drugjrltt. 11 1: ltLk.K-.Kti- an ordinary scrap ol wrapping pa the last per, but it saved her life She was stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was incurable and could only Iho a short time-th- e weiulliHl less than 70 pounds. On n piece of wrapper papet she reid of Dr. Kins' N'cw Dis covery, anu Ol u sample ikiuig, ii ni:ipiu ucr, nuc bought laruebiitt c it helped her more, bought another and grew betwr fast, contlnuinl its u.eand it now strong htallhy, rosy plump weitjluns 140 For fuller particalart send stamp to founds. drugKist, I ort Smith Trial bottles of tint wonderful discovery tree at A, II. I'euny't LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ,.n 4S Lexington... Winchester it aj U. Junctioa...! I oj K. Mt Sterling j; a oj Preston... Morehead 3 10 4 01 Olive Hill 6 05 Ashland 6 30 Callcttsburg .1 6 ' Huntington.... 50 Arr White Sulphur... rharloltsvillc Washington.. ... n " llaltiinore " Philadelphia " " " " " " " " 1 . 11 Lso Stanford 11 am pm pni pm pm pm pm pin pm pm 6 30 pm jim 6 nn j j. 7 5 ji am 30 nm to a m KY. 11 m m 40 imi S 51 nm 0 oiim 41 pin 10 a urn 05 am 10 40 pin 1 ) pin 10 pin 1 45 pm 30 am 3 is pin 6 it am 10 3 pm 7 8 it 11 j 7. Daily, Secures to Travelers, " New York " Kkliiiiond, Va.. ' Norfolk Oldl'olntComforl .... THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ' pm 11 9 to pm 3 a 40 pin1 S 3 05 pm ti 0 3j pmm e 35 I 1 3 jo 00 am pm1 S 10 am IS i"n 9 8 am 10 pm 05 30 am 4 ot am to am J " COMPANY & :-, I ; 1 an n o ta Keturiiing, fast Vestibulud from New Vork nud all eastern pointt arrives a Winchester 4 "4 P m and l.BxIiutoii 4 47 p in daily, Fast mail fmm lliiutingtoii and all points east nrrlves Wunhi's-te- r dadv l.x. 11 is a in an J Lexington 11 45 noon t Sunday Kst express Iran lluninuioli, 1'arKersuurg anu it ueeunic arrisis i.cxiiixiuu 10 a s p m Ujily Olive Hill accommodation strives Winchester and Lexington 8 10 a m; loaves Lexington 710 a 10 o m. Winchester 6 40. For tickets and Information writpor apply to 0 W. IIAKKKY, Ticket Agent. Pass Apt. S. A. lIUOMHKKO.Trav t Past L MUKI'in.Oen'l J D YAKRINGTON.idV P .Lcxlncton, Kv cr-p111 1 CREAM .& E'S imxsz?i.tiiaifr rn, -- rlWIK fjkwy 111 .v ) 3 w'sSw LEXINGTOM.KY. :i ii. . xj $skil&i&!!&x& M tsVmfcV-i- A.f si ,t.. .nt. -- ;i iffiv iissi.tii lit-- - H-- -. 5 4Z