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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889083001 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, d889. CHURCH ' ','J NO. 58 ; hustler from nwny hack, htIiiiih ns fur The I. J. Man In Cnsey. When Circuit Court convened in as Jimtnwu. Ilo runs besides his crod-th- o merry collegecoiiiinencoinent month itnblo paper n photograph gallery ami a of June, 1 wm mo wrapped up in the silvoisiuith shop; isnoinow hat of it of that season tliut tho boss of or and pnints signs and landscapes liku a the concern thu editor had not tho professional. Another man liku him heart to suggest a trip to this county or should go in partnoishlp ami buy 'hi burin fact to any plnco clue, for he well ty, lease tho eountiy nrouml and run k'new my weakness for being present things gonoially. Old Mr. Hoynlty, tho late postmaster when thtiswcetschool girl is transformed to even ii sweeter debutant, and when reminds me very much of a full out of parties by the score tire so delightfully water. For ;l:l long years ho has that the minds of the averauu fully handled the mails, but Dr. are changed fioin thoughts of on and Superintendent Wnnamakor held am now iiiln- - a pnvato caucus ami decided to oust love; anil that is why gling with tho good people in the "Statu him. It was a very foolish piece of bus-o- f Casey." Well may I call them good fiiess, so say the best of republicans, and people for if there is n county in my the good old man would have stayed in travels that has treated me well when oilieo till death had removed him, had with them and returned nu to headquar- the best of them been consulted. County and Circuit Clerk tJoorgo A. with that ters with pockets 1'rewitt is the happiest man iu Libeity. OO.OOO.OOO people nrtlolo for which our I like the lie "batched" it for a long time and saw Beck, old Casey Is the one. think the error of his way ami now appreciates noil in her boundary and when of the kindness shown me while in und mariied life and his handsome wife as nrouml her county seat, I am almost much as mortal man can. lie has a cotempted to seek the height of some zy little home, furnished elegantly, and housetop und proclaim as did Patrick is in every way prepared to enjoy life. Henry on a memorable occasion, "(iivo l.ong live the competent cleik and clever gentleman . inu Liberty (Ky.J or give me death." Tncle"Toiit Wash, now in his SOth County court was u very dull day. There wero few or no attractions and year, is one of the spryest old gentlemen the yeomanry prcfurred to remain at iu the State. Since retiring from the of county clerk he has removed to homo us they should. For a while throngs would cotno to seo tho now the country and has a farm any one and even a few would come might be proud of. The old gentleman to get a taste of the apple Jack that Lib- again cautioned me to send him the as long as he lives, and told me erty used to boast of, but now the court William wasever ready house has been seen by all and the ap- that a K. C. W. ple jack can be obtained by none and to pay for it. Interest In the place Is gradually dethe Married Under Difficulties. creasing. Considerable business was A pretty romance has culminated at was the done, however, and particularly trade lively in mules, some 'JO or IH the Sweet Chalybeate .Springs, just on changing hands at good prices, ranging the line of the two Virginias. S. M. Brooks, of Norfolk, lias been for several from 5110 to f 170. The merchants did While of tho dullness either and summers a visitor to the not complain 1 judge they were well rewarded for there he fell iu love with Miss Itosa The other afternoon all artheir day's work. rangements were made for the marriage When 1 was at this place before t tiotetl the remarkable fact that there at o'clock, but a dilllculty arose. The lady was a Catholic, the groom a Proteshad not been a child born iu this holy citv for over 12 years. Since that time tant and each refused to be married hundreds of letters o( inquiry from la other than by a clergyman of his or her dies all over the broad universe have own faith. At last the gentleman con sented to be married by a priest. The been received as to the truth of the statelicense was procured iu Virginia, the ment and to the attributable cause. of Itonrd and bride's father confessor was sent for, and .Some have inked the price some even want to buy lots and build iu suppers telegraphed for to the Cumberthis land where tho crv of the b.by is land hotel at Alleghany, where, at the unheard and where sleepiest nights, end of a nine mile stage ride, tho marspent in taking care of the wee pieces of ried couple intended taking the train for humanity, are tilings p.ist and forgotten. their new home. Then another trouble I had a Ulk with Muj. Sweeney, the presented itself. The priest could not defeated candidate for the legislature, come, and another one was sent for over nnd the old gentleman seemed to be iu in West Virginia. After some delay he tine spirits even If he did come iu sec- arrived, but, to the disappointment of ond bust. He wits very much opjtoscd the couple he said he could not perform to making the race, but could not turn a the ceremony under any license save deaf ear to the wishes of his party. Mr. one from Ills own State. The wedding Sweeney attributes bis defeat to the lav- supper at Alleghany was countermanded ish use of money and whisky, not by, by telegraph, and the groom sent ovei iu Virginia and obtained another linor with tho content of his honorable West cense from that State. At midnight the competitor, Col. Nla Adams, but by the republicans who canvassed the State for ceremony was performed and soon aftermenus to carry on the bribery. Not a wards they begun their stage ride at dollnr was used by the democrat, and night over the mountain roads, reaching considering that fact Mr. Sweeney made Alleghany in the early morning, where they departed on the vistibulo train and a tolerably good race, nlthough beaten are now wifely in Norfolk. 300 votes. by over . Judge George Denny, tho roaring lion Duatii istiig Yt.VKOAit Cki'lt. cting from Lexington, no doubt takes to himunder the provisions of a recent law self considerable credit for the defeat of the Indiana .State Hoard Hof ealth has the. democrats in the legislative "race collected wimples of viuegnrsold in IndiHe howfuil loud and long from several ana cities, and h a just compli-ted- i Htuuips in the county a few days prior to careful analysis. Of eight samples' thorof those oughly tested but one proved to be pure the election and the judge fellows who thinks a word from his own cider vinegar, and the other seven aro lips is a power greater than an even nothing more than a decoction of rain hundred and a big barrel from anybody water and sulphuric acid. The largest o1m. There is nothing like having con- vinegar manufactory iu Indianapolis, fidence in one's self. w liich claims to sell pin anplo vinegar, .Mr. u. flirlljsi.,w .i,,, worst Riml'that Lincoln's ropresontnme-eicoi- , found C. Warren, was here Monday nttviitIItiK aui0iijr tlo miuij1oh. The secretary says to his Heveral law suits at this place, lie it will destroy tho stomach even of an wn congratulated on all bides for the ostrich if used liberally. The law as en splendid race lie made, In fact tho peo acted by the last legislature prohibit plo here were about as much Interested t)uJ nmu"fnctim, un,i wm, 0f any vinegar in his race against Preacher Montgomery not the product of pure apple juice. It us thoy were in their own local races. must not have nny artificial coloring, Mr. Warren is decidedly popular iu Lib- must have an acidity equivalent to tho erty and It seemed to do the old gentle- presence of not less than per cent, by men who have known him so long, good, weight of acetic acid. down iu their hearts, to shake his hands A bright little lad sitting by his faheaitily and express their delight at his ther's sido in u pew of the Greenbridgo victory. Lewis Withers and Jesse Wearen, rep- Presbyterian church, Sunday morning, resenting George D. Wearen, Stanford, was given a coin to put fn thu collection were hero on court day disposing uf a plate. Xosooner had ho deposited the lot of buggies, spring wagons, Sm. They coin than in a loud whisper and excited "Papa, have you did a gooil business, notwithstanding the manner, he asked: moon was not hanging as luckily as su- saved any for the circus'.'" A smile perstitious Mr. Witheis would have broad enough to go over a large section of pews was compelled by the circumhad it. A very noticcub1'J feature of this place stances. is tho absence of thu fair sux. In vain L You Cannot Afford havo inquired as to where the pretty vain have At tills season oT the year to tie without a rink re, girls keep themselves and in liable dUrthneabnlt.iiii in tha luiuse, a I sought their abiding place. Only one diarrhoea nnd all Inflammation of the slum pretty maiden, in fact wkethor pretty or act) unit biicU uic cicccdini;ly dangerous If not oiilc, Oiio otherwise, greeted my eyes from thetimo atietulctl tout will do muru t)ollK of lleng' of the in ear Ltnd illll.ilium fiOinr m.ulit magoodiirfll.cases ..,.....I left the . favored town of Huston vlllo Wrt rvtiir. All ... ......-..- ..it. nt... w..... ., . J A K. I'mmy Drmmst ly Monday morning uuiii mv retina - " rp--Wednesday. I can't account for it, but The Prldo of Woman. piiiiiu caiiHoofj A clear pearly and transparent ikm is ahv.ni a ". remaining a dull, sloop) 1 Libeity'H ilBnofpur, MooJi aml all perf0B1 troubled ith lage, that it is. Import II few dlrk, sreasy, yellow or bloUliedskln can rest ailtl it W'Oll'..'' do the tOHll more Hired thai their blood luut of order. A few dote, teUlierH llluod Maker witlre. of Ile8K' "lood furlfier good than a thousand new kin will become clearand high hto il, inoo tho came and, the with their cupolas towering Try aud irtisfactioni. not eivcn heavens, like the one lately completed. ilvl-- c0,t you nothing, it u fully warranted. A. The editor of tho Liberty Press is n u, Tunny, Drupaiit. preach-festivities care-elegant llniris-youngste, AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 1 well-tille- d 1 ! of-tlc- e eourt-lious- it two-dolla- r t. Ittif-llngto- 1 The Tate's Creek Association will bo belt! here next year. Hid. Powell'H meeting nt Winchester closed with !l additions. . Itev. I). A. Dawes will pieach at Junction City next .Sunday. The AdventistH of Massachusetts announce that thu Millennium will begin on the ilth or 7th of October. Nov. Preston Illake's meeting at lied House closed with !'.0 additions. About 2." were enrolled with Republican Ilaptist church and thu others elsewhere. Ilichinonil Climax. A couple of Methodist preachers ipiarreled at Iluutsville, Ark., and one split the other's head open with a hatchet. "How hlesed it is for brethren to dwell together iu unity, Ac." Klder It. II. Fife, of Lebanon, who has frequently preached nt Crab Orchard, will leave in it short time to take charge of a church at Maishall, Texas. All the Christian churches will take Foreign Mission collections nextSiuiduy. Contributions to date .17,5."0.71; amount asked for by late General Convention, SlOO.tXX). The missionary year will close Oct. 15. There is n very interesting protracted meeting iu progress at Pleasant Point conducted by Itevs. Ward, of Louisville, and W. It. Davidson, of McKinney, with 58 additions to date and still they come. The meeting will probably close Thursday. Thus. S. licnsou, Kentucky Conference will bo held at Paris Sept. 2", instead of Sept. 11 as heretofore announced. Hi.shop A. W. Wilson will preside. Tho change is made to prevent the conflict with the fair, when the people will have all they can do to entertain their friends. W. L. Williams and I are now cn- i gaged in a very interesting meeting at Middleburg with '.I additions to date. Please say through your paper that I will preach nt Rowland on the 2d Sun- day instead of the 1st, as I cannot leave here until after Sunday. J. G. Living j ston. Wm. Lawson iios sold and delivered to George Cogar. of Danville, Ifo.OOO lbs,: of old hemp at So. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1880. James Currey will go on the road as 211. IIU11BARD, A. 31., n commercial tourist Sept. 1st. Dr. II. M. Grant and sister Lilly me attending Faculty of Trained Teacher. Excellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction Thor.ugli Full information given on application. the Lexington Fair. The Ilaptist Association is in session at Buckeye this week and thousands are in attendance. On Wednesday the peo- THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. ple poured through our town iu buggies Established 1810. A full and experienced corps of Teachers Classical, scientific ind elect and vehicles of every kind on their way isc dunes of study, dotation healthful and accessible St.peri r advantages for a liberal and thorRefined Christian homes. Increased cndjwnment and enlarged Faculty for coming ough education. to the great religious meeting below. year. For otilojue and other information, npplv to W. C YOUNG. D. D., PreBldont. Danville, Ky. It Is said that the grand jurv indict ed Peter Hampton for shooting II. C. Mills. I he Lord have mercy on the man who behaves himself and tries to KENTUCKY. defend himself. As for Mills, lit has Next Session Opens Sept. Nth, 1889. conducted himself much better, In our THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC town, since he was shot than ever be AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. fore. Healthy Location in the heart of the lllue(rass region. 1,000 feet above sea level. Refined and hospitable community, homes in Expenses modTaylor Scott, an excellent young, erate $160 to $140, Students rindlast session, the beat families and Memorial Mall. For full informaAttendance 31a, from 37 btatrs and Territories. tion and Cacique apply to L, H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. man who began clerking for H. 11. a few days ago, fell suddenly to thu lloor while attending to his duties at the I I PnPITWENTY PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. I store earh' Tuesday morning. He had Agricultural and Mechanical. been feeling as well as usual previous to Scientific. Engineering, Classical. 03T - the fall. He is now at his father's home florma School, Military Tactics, "VrnHT' T lkv in the country iu n rather bad condition, X Commorcialand Academic JlU JLXJ X XV. Courses of Instruction. his left leg being paralyzed. Sheriir OF TUITION. APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE,Infnrmatloii nddrfss Itohinson has been quite sick for a 'nr I'ntnlnviionnil EluiHr lullTrr n l JlnsKoiUoiiilM-- II. IHMI.VATTKIIAON. I'll. otherI.KXIMJTO. KY. II.. JAr.S H. but is out again. Circuit Court is moving along about AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL as fast as such things can move. Iu the SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, case of John Sandifer against the Kquita-hi- e SHELRYVILLE. KY. . Accident Iiwurance Co., asking dam- Founded March 25th, 1825, by ages by the policy which be held, for the Julia A. Tovla. The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are graduates of accidental breaking of his logon the K. s in the best Colleges. Prepares for Wellesley. Accommodations C. railway last fall, the jury gave him every particular. Terms reasonaoie, ana inciuae an acnooi expenses. S223. This was the sum sued for. The grand jury adjourned Wednesday after returning 17 indictments, found princi- - ' SEMINARY FOR YOUNG pally against whisky sellers and pistol NASIIVILI.K.TKNX. A refined Christian home, thoroiiKhlvoruanlied School for Klrln. I'onr.e l study thorough and prnctical. Noschoul Iu the Ninth or W et ran ofler more toters. I.HrKct enrollment of niicliol forelrl. In the city during tli S. C. Denny has returned looking as Ditsts ar. Hoard reduced to 131 per mouth, for catalogue addresoJ. It. HANCOCK, l'rlnelial. bright us ever. He has been on a three weeks' travel through the West, including Texas, New Mexico and San Francisco. J. M. Oram!, of Texas, is visiting the family of II. C. Jennings. Miss Uosa Hopper, of Perryville, is visiting Stanford Female College President. J. I: 3 v CENTRJHL UNIVERSITY,111 CIHIOND, STUDY-CLASSICAL, Bat-so- n ml" t! TJf HA I. Ill r Ml" UUfaLlaULkl Jr. U f Tyy I few-days- , I '" Mi-3- , ( first-clas- WARD'S LADIES. j i ' m -A- cramps-Cull- Our-lirne- n ,,, - . IiIrinlvlK-llcvoitlHth- o il-- 8Weot-8IX- - n- COUlt-llOllSC- ,,,,,, ,s'i.A.-.ir...r- .i. Mrs. J. B. Brewer. Col. Collier will go to Louisville to take charge of the Sur- The first session ot Crab Orchard Col- veyor's Otllce about the middle of next lege will begin September 2d, 1SS9. The week. It is pretty well settled that Clel services of a competent assistant have Johnson, Win. A. Berkele and Will Colbeen secured.' We respectfully solicit lier of this place, will get positions iu the patronage of the people of Lincoln the otllce. county. Having had twenty years' exSalvation for Every Man. perience iu teaching we claim to have For ihe Interior Journal learned some of the secrets of imparting We propose to write n few shoit at tiinstruction. We will earnestly endeav-- ' or that neither the time of the pupil nor des in reference to man and his organi-- ' the money of the patron shall be spent zation, nnd first we wish to show that, God has given to every man certain naiu vain. T. 1. Stephenson. 2t tures for his comfort nnd enjoyment, for you will recollect man U n compound or DRIPPING SPRINGS. complex being nnd the reason that innn The cottages which I rent out for in not happy here and hereafter is behousekeeping will be vacant this week. cause he violates certain laws tho Ileav I have a two-roonice cottoge with enly Father has given him. That God kitchen and the Governor's Lodge, "wills that" men shall come to n knowl which contains :t rooms and cooking deedge of the truth and love, hear what partment. Wii; rent either the cottage says, "Come unto Me all ye that laor Lodge from this time until the loth lie bor and are heavy ladened nnd I will of September for $10. Will furnish you ieM;" ngain, "God so loved tin; chairs, bedstead, mattresses and cook- give world that He gave bin only begotten ing stoves. Son, that u hoseevor believed on Hiin Grand Hall Saturday night. 'l'ln.r.i Iu ii.i Ik.ttt.... tf.... ..-- I... .11 .1... might not pcritdi, but have everlasting . iiv.v o ivf tuiju l.J ut ... VIIU Springs than now life;" ngain, ,"Ciod is no respecter of perI). G. Sl.Ml.llTEi: lii'Spt., sons, for iu every nation he that fenieth Hiuiii.K. Wheat threshing all around Him nnd worketli righteousness is acand wheat going oil' nt "o cents nt Lan- cepted of Him" nnd many such passages caster. Miss Alice Kubanks, who has in tho Bible. Now if the above scripbeen unable for some years to visit any, tures hot mo nil men can be saved if is now paying Mrs. Carman a visit. She they will. Hence wo como to the conis under the treatment of Or. Johnstone, clusion that God, agreeable to His nature of Danville. John Wood sold to a Mad- nnd laws, and man's organization has ison man 1(0 hogs, weighing l.V pounds, done nil that is necessary to be done to for lets. L'nderwood ec .Miller sold save man, that He does not permit sin, neither eiin lie pievent it. We admit Wood some hogs for l cts. James He has all power, that He can make Ham.-- , some for .4, weighsold ing 120 pounds. M. Ilerrin sold Wood worlds, but we are speaking of God and n nice cow anil calf fur jfllO. S. Hubble mail that He bus done nnd will do nil bought 24 mare mules at Williamsburg that is necessary for bis salvation and nt about SS.j. J. 15. and .Miss Ilattie this is recorded in tho Bible. Hence the Kobinsou have gone to the Shelhyvillo gospel is the power of God unto salvaFair. Miss Ora Scott lias returned homo tion to everyone that believeth, Hoinuus after a visit at James Robinson's for a I:lil; again "For there is no lespect of, few weeks. .Mrs. George P. Bright is on persons with God," ltoni. l':ll; "Whoso-tho sick list. Most all parties have sold ever hearoth these savings and doeth wi.--e man their wheat here to the Lancaster Mills them i will liken him unto n fui To and tho rise. Greenberry Plight that built his house upon a rock," hence is poorly and is not expected to re- the comparison to thu foolish man that built his house upon thu sand. Let us s cover, iia he is SH years old. Some stopped with S. Dunbar a few hear the conclusion of the whole" mat-- I nights ago and his lioise was taken ftom tor, "Fear God and keep his command-- 1 the stable ami u side of meat from the monts for thin is.the whole duty of man" Solomon. We propose iu n short artl-el- o meat bouse and next day the horse was to show or try to show that every found near Danville, but not with the faculty and duiro that was given to meat and but little greased. L. G. Hubble htiB gone to Somerset to upend a few man was for his happiness and pleasure. me, J. It. Wauiiun. days. Took Hubble has sold the Col. Strike, but hear Underwood suckling mule to a party at We would liko to seo the whippingKiehniond for $bi), delivered Oct. 1st. It post law passed In this State, and tho law is by Needier. G. A. Swinebroad sold so framed that thu man so depraved as to some ewes at Lancaster for Sl.oOnnd $:.-.- strike his wife, should receive 100 lashes per head. Cicero Kubanks is talking for every time he laid his hand upon of attending n medical school at Chicago. her. The whipping post would dVcreahe A happy laculty lor icudering one's crime and levn the number of convicts si'lf hateful in an endowuiuiit transmit- iu tho Statu piisons. -- Columbus Forum, ted to some peihons by liiiouf tlisajrt't-ubl- o Genlle Applicant "I read yourndver , It is enough to make tisemeut for n governess and I have one regret having had any nnceatnrii at called to see about it."-- Professor Von all. When men or women persist in Grutz "So?" Gentle applicant-"Yecultivating unlovely traits, they are not u little, and I'm a daisy knitter besides." bud thing for themsulveh only (loin'g 1'uck. nnd for thoao with whom thoy may be It is said that u mosijulto cannot with brought immediately in contact, but they uro entailing wrongs on generations draw his probe so long as you hold your breath. Trv it on him. unborn. CRAB ORCHARD. 1 in-ti- i x-iped-dleiuni-i'storsn, l - SUMMER GOODS AT- - T. ft. WALTON'S. ' White Mountain Cream Freezers. ' '.Extracts for Ice Cream, x. MAS0WSfWIR&!0F FRUIT JARS Sealing Wax and Jar Gams. Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Groceries. Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Qacensware, Confections, Cigars, Tob'acco. T. .R. WAXTOIT, J. P.lltirton, Cleric. Main and Somerset Streets. DISSOLUTION ! J he copartnership of McKoherts ii StagR I ''Y mutual coti.ent dislid, Mr. Stat; retiriiikl and tlui Iiunies will neriMlter lie loiuiuiteu ny n n, McKohuri. I'he accounts will lo jointly collected nnd the books will he at the old slund, and tlmse indebted to us can kettle any day. We dosire to express our sincere thanks t our customer for tl.eir kiui ii.itrniuL'c. Vours m. 'Ms CQm KY. Are still in the builnest and ready to do any" full thine iu the Undertaking line. We have of all stock of Cases nnd Kobei Kontuoky. of every description Casketshenrte, kinds and nearly Stanford, which is Our new can to obtained tn short notice Mr. J. Ii, Vlll practice in all the courts of tins and adjoin-- . Green has charge of cur business and will show and In thu courts of nnncul Hue f Office over McKobcrts & btog's Unirf store. "'"onBRTsjrAoo j. . T STJTT01T HUSTONVILL.E, WIJUACE E. TARNON, Attornoy nt Law, ----- trull. trflBhiaafiirciaJijrfc -- ' 64-l- r .. j.:.i,i,riV I V '.'. r' . , r nisvupshmsii JLL jfcl.ll -- rf ... ., v. I, it. 1 Tin: Ohio democrats sevin to bo thorThk evidence of Corporal Tanner's abInterior Journal sence of capacity is cumulative while his oughly united and determined on victo coiiveimuu m. smallness of mind is fully portrayed in ry. Thev Held ineir oiaie great onthusii rambling speech on Davton. Wednesday, amid this extract from a Kv., August 30, 1889 pensions made at the New York Chau- asm and unanimously nominated Hon. 8rANFORD, for govtauqua: "Henry Watterson, who was a James E. Campbell, of Uutler, to light, ernor, while the band played "The rebel at heart, without the heart platform W. F. WALTON. has said that the size of pensions granted Campbells are Coming:" The reform, is n clear declaration for tariff by the commissioner depended upon his declaring the battle on till tho cause of City is all torn up over the condition. If lie was sober he would Atlantic the people Is triumphant; trusts are de- -ns he usuattempted murder ofher wet nurse by give the boys SIS. If drunk, equitable and liberal penhus- ally was, ho would give $24. The only nounced; just, Mrs. Robert lUy Ilnmilton, whoso sion laws to the Nation's heroes are apof the latu Alex- time I ever saw Henry Wntteruoii was band Is the grand-sowas drunk him proved; the republican party isdenounc-eander Hamilton. It seems that Hamil- in Waohingtou, and he be given to best Shoe every for its evasion of tho civil cervice A bottle of to this the ton, who used to be a pet of New York self then." law; tho State government is condemned Shoes. Be gone. Shoes come of says that it is disgraceful to before of houses of rnal society, became a frequenter as extravagant, demoralizing and partibe week, to where he became infatuated the administration, and a blot upon the san; and an investigation of the.nnaneitil a man with the prostitute ho afterwards made public service of the country, that local self nf niakiiif! an attack so wanton affairs demanded; declares for his wife. She lias led luin a merry uance of government and against the power of the most and caused him to squander a larjre for- mid indecent upon any one, and governor to control by appointment lopersonbesides giving him cause from the nil upon one whom he does not tune, given him no cal boards in leading cities; favors home start to regret his rash step into matri- ally know, and who has should rule for Ireland and demands it for Ohio. mony. It appears that she had an old cause for private grief or offense, under the If the party is victorious, as it says it lover, who continued to follow her, and hold an otlice of importance every could will be, it will forever shelve Little And, with whom she had made an assignation government. No circumstance Cut-Dow- n Hreeehes Foraker and set the seal of cases of the agrarian less in New York. Hamilton becauie appris- better illustrate the spirit in the condemnation on third term advocates. week il a, value. Goine see how raid upon the treasury proposed looks when, protested, when the ed of this and It is going to take work to dislodge the big we Shoes, Goods, rushed at him with a dagger. The name of patriotism, or the character of the fortified cohorts of the enemy, but the loose nurse endeavored to restrain her, when individual who leads it, than the Caps, Boots, such a thing beplunged the weapon gabble of this irresponsible blackguard. democrats have done with an oath she can fore in Ohio and are confident they colinto the woman's abdomen, exclaiming Not a word has appeared in these an- do it, again. cause o umns to give him just occasion for black, and. as she did so: "You aie the 75c 1.2o; discloses Milwaukee is jammed with members this and you'll never watch mc again!" ger, so the unprovoked assault , JJonoola. leathhoc; dignity of the G. A. R. In the language of The wouldrbe murderess was taken in not only his own want of sense, Shoes and principle, but, at the same time, the Flanagan, of Texas, slightly paraphrased: custody and the probability is that she S3; Shoes S 2, Congress Shoes .:ii i,,ivn in chm.l trial for her life. It I sinister methods by which ho expects What are they thero for except for penS2. that men will marry to rekindle the dying embers of war, sions? Shoes is pabsing 6trange . $J(.. such women when there are so many whilst he, and his followers, steal a march be ice NEWS CONDENSED. It has been a rule pure ones to be had fortheusking. There upon the cost, on record of their of this office, enjoined upon eacli and Webster county will vote on prohiis hardly an instance thorough reform and they usually make every one of our irrepressible young bition Oct. 12. miles of theThree-Fork- s Twenty-twlife a hell to the fool who tries to lift men, never to tlirt with a fool, nor to Hamilton de- tight with a cripple; and, since it is well railroad bed are ready for the rails. them to respectability. prescripThe treasury department Tuesday serves no sympathy, however. He is no for doctors to follow their own rigidly redeemed 5,:o,000 worth of bonds. the woman and having made tions, it shall in this instance be better than M. SAI.INGI-R- , Mr. Tan Main St., October 21 seems to be the date sethis bed with her, should sutler the con- applied by Mr. Watterson to tled upon for an extra session of Consequences of bringing disgrace on a fair ner. gress. family name. Not content with taking $100,000,000 a George DuRelie, of Louisville, is to . ... - vear from the treasury, the G. A. R. at -- i :. . A ST. Loins paper nau uue ui us icbe Assistant District Attorney for KenMilwaukee are howling for more money. A Louisville doctor of three score j porters to enlist in the army to find out Commander Warner demands the enact- tucky. desertions are to of a boiler in a years and ten ha just led his oth wife, By the explosion the reason that the ment of the pauper pension steal, that laree and constantly increasing. He says Cleveland had the courage and honesty rolling mill atTowanda, Pa., seven lives to the altar. -- It has just come to light that Com- - Jl over- Y A KT HH iiiaiHisuu.iu.i officers are sorougu. ' to veto, and says that the comrades were lost. A missioner Tanner has paid out during' jYJ so IVi.OOO men par. bearing and their treatment is 1 1 It is estimated that 1 k - sleen to tbuir eves nor bIioh il not lmvipension w.t . no le fel Grand Army paiade at this montli $7',000 in 17 by the lit ticipated in the q cases. . hoHdothlmn itUebnef Mthori-- , declares for unity, Milwaukee. Tho surplus has been reduced in Is Receiving His ty That may be all o, but e were The democrats of Montana nomina $42,000,000 a full ten days from $70,000,000 to a soldier at to tress Mon- talking with ted J. K. Toole for governor and J q by the payment of pensions and the re-- . same subject and n ........ iwiuimi; on theme rcusuu- ....I.I tie- trv ':'V iiitrmtw inn nlilwtu tn tlin lien. State ticket. ' .. , w. ...-- . l .. demptiou of bonds. 1... ." 'J informed us tnai The Grant monument at Leavensurvivors of the war, of cattle are dying m In- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Thousands Give him a Trial found hi iiiv fact that the recruiting oi- but if the rest of the country don't soon worth, Kas., will be formally unveiled dian Territory and Southern Kansas particular enough. .V la- i uuiB were not call n halt on the indiscriminate issuing September 14. from a disease much like Texas fever, zy fellow would enlist in the fall to get of pensions, we are mistaken in the charThcte are 1, 500,000 persons on n but more malignant. fctriL-in London, embracing nearly eve his board, clothes and ?13 a montli tiur acter of our people. It will require 0 months time and ing the cold weather and as soon as ry class of labor. $100,000 to make the naval vessel, Bosspring made its appearance he would To the surprise of most people the juFire damaged the Ohio penitentiary KEKT SPECIFIC cjttt all Mood diMtr, uch Scicfu!i, I'lcru, l'imtct, lKcrttd Throit, seaworthy again. She struck a take a walk and never return. His iden- ry in tho l'ulliain case, at Brandenburg, $100,000 worth, destroying the part used ton, While Swrllinf, SypliilitK ditatt In ll in !(;-- , Nrcfi.il.. Ac Price Si per botilc. rock otfStaten Island recently. IIAVIS' IKON III n I.K.S It the moil plrutint l uVt ol all the iremtumo. It curn l)ppm vast aggrega brought in a verdict after 24 hours de- - as a chair manufactory. tity would be lost in the James Hern, an excentric farmer of it eic a Vrrn appetite, tnruho the hkoil, rrsulitet iht liver and imparl! new enemy to h tnuttlet .:.... j?...i:..,. nun ... .:!.. . ....1... and ncrvoui t)tem Price 5i lOttli. tion nf human beincs and the next tail 1:1 The chaigo of murder against Juswwpi IIUU Ut HllLTHWllll, I1I1U11I); l..... kuiiij v IJIUIHI-WORM .SYRUP It mad ol the lot orra killer and vipellcn known to the medChristian county, who was afraid to put GATI.IPI-'-. u tlie ei,cont ,i,.Kreu an fixing his pun- - tice Field, growing out of the Terry killhe would be ready to repeat the perforinical priilettion and therefore recommenda it.rlf It It plcatant to take, lr and reliable Price J a. .a nt his money in banks, had ?:l,017 stolen per bottle, ..& Cam .l.rtnMllfili jSi,ment at 15 years in the penitentiary. ing, has been dismissed. ance. me punisumeiu iur hwciuuu It'll.. burglars this week, AcCIATUFF'S MAONI.TIC PII.I.S fcr alltoI a ier C.mpUinti, Impaired IliRcation, SUk Headache, from his house by Price 15 cent per Acta acatharli time of war is dtath, but in time of peace TJlQ ver(jjct was evidently a compromise Jake Kilrain has been offered $2,500 old sock and tea canManufactured an 1 Icr aalc to the trade ty the at Fort Leavenworth for a ag tjie evj,jence Bhowod that Pulliaiu was to stand before Sullivan for four rounds, who found it in an confinement ister. ycarorso, whicli that character of human !eitier uui)tv of murd,.r or he Bhould and is thinking the matter over. WILL.IAMSISUKG CO., AVllHauisbur Kv. While hewing a log, James Harn, witli the chan- - have bt,en ucqjUe(i. The result is bet- beings do not fear to risk, Mike Bryan, a masonry foreman on of Montgomery county, struck his foot ces eo much in their favor. ter than n mistrial, however, and if the the Cincinnati Southern, had his head with the ax, severing the main artery Court of Appeals, to which the case will cut of!" by a switch engine at Lexington. Hu lived a few hours, when he suddenly A ooon deal more has been said about b taken, will let the sentence stand, it Bob Ingersoll's picture at Castle Gar- expired, his heart failing from loss of the failure of tho executive committee - " '""" ",v-den was taken for St. Peter anil a lot of blood. """ '""'.111 IlillllC iiu.np tn the . Natona Ed-- ! "'" D""" Ul on their wives honor, that they cannot Syrians fell on their knees and worThe bodies of two egroes were seen itorial Association than the importance murder wth impunity when the victim hanging from trees near Meridian, supshiped it. of the matter demanded, and wo regret refuses to pony up. The delegates to the Congress of the posed to be those of the negro editors, that we joined in it to some degree. three Americas will meet in Washington who made the incendiary appeal for a Thi National Association is not com The Louisville Truth, in search of late in October and visit Louisville nnd race war through their paper, published posed of the leading editors of tho coun something sensational, has a long article at Selma, Ala. try and the object of its meeting seems ()Catin , UlL tijnoj8 itItch Christ on a Kentucky. The annual reunion of the famous j Blanche, the Marine, knocked of those who love to , mngnj)ii;ellt pj.K.0 ,H,ar w here more for the benefit Brigade will be held in Ixmis- - out Dempsey, the hero of 50 battles, on on railroads and communities . ltla ,i,.,u.,i i,ri...ii thi ; ir. Orphan " v" : ... . "" """ "v"' . ville Sept. 1. The programme includes the !12d round at San Francisco Tuesday. for any special benefit to the -" Qf 1,(kn tpgtj )U r,lnvin(. tJie roe 0f kij than The Marine got $.V00. It was Dempa royal banquet. ession. Chairman CharlesM.Grubbshad A(1,U) amI thev tj,ntof Eve, with no more Hopkins University re sov's tlrst defeat. Tliu John i . good ..." id fnr .nut.- !itttndini; to tho ap - ........ - .. ....".111.111 nun ..: 1....1 1.,. n mii linn uii int'ir umiiL's The boys and hoodlums of Harrods-- , ceived a bequest of $100,000 from Mr. u.. ? 01 ueieg.uvo oro tni.v sout;i,t n covering o f leaves. pointmeni ' js John W. McCov. the wealthy lialtuuore burg indulged in the silly hut harmless not only had a sick wife for months, but T,1(J Ht t0 H (,,ever work of 1111:11'. pastime of burning Col. B. H. Young in who died last week. has lost their first born within the last1 nitj01, , ... ,,,, Madison people are not merchant George Williams died at elligv because a train eacli way on the Adjutant month. The objection raised to the p.j,,!!.. pi.s.-- tn have so arrant a F "naji aATSji. .'1 jj "agferlJr" ia" the State guard encampment at Lexing Louisville Southern, that did not pay, committee by Judge I ipton as to P01' fnu,j ioc.ated in their midst. His fatherand were taken off. ton of a congestive chill. of taste, for our much out tics Will kcepr.constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furnituro Albert McMillan, of New York, l is right in raising motherVere at Crab Orchard Springs. Tun association recognizes no politics and at Port Ccta, Cal., on being told by his physician that he and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such good3 , Two an objection to the making of JeffDavis' Col. Johnson says ho would as soon in six months, can be bought in the cities. containing 7,000 tons of grain and two would die Give me a trial and you will be .controduco it in church as into our brother- birthday a legal holiday in certain States. Tuesday; loss $000,- - stole $2,200 from his employers and it is vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. j Itovis is intellectually one of tho ships, were burned UOod. supposed has gone some.here South to greatest men the country ever produced, 000. Corporal ianner had the UUl IIU Wft8 IIIU ,eader of the nttem,)t t0 A convict just released from the die in good style. Sometime On thc.Mavaville llranch, Nog. leavet l'arit at 8 to, am and No. 11, al s 45. raised while there The enforcement of the Sunday law P tn, arriving at pension of Senator Manderson ))n,.(k up the iion. which, while he Kansas penitentiaiy Mayiville at in 35, a m, and 8 10. p m. No. to lrjvc MaMllc at 5,15 a in, arriving at Pant at by which that individual was given H-- l WJW anwn in tl0 belief that he was do- - tf21 white rats in eight months from n at Cincinnati has made it almost impos40, am. No, j leavet Ma)iville at ltd and single pair. He expects to sell them for sible for tho railroads to carry people de000 bacK pay. me hcpj..,iid i..... ,,j, ,,j,i,t, nt tAitt'itr Itit iniiilntwM III' arrivet at Pant at 4 05, p m. These traint ars daily eaccpt Sunday sirous of going to the country. The howl over the clear gratuity aim iiuuiu- tie peoplu of tho North. It could do pets. "HI.. IMC ASS UOUTK." No 43 leatra Limglon 10 03 am; arrivet Parlt u...,.i..iont inined in the protest. The ie- - Mr. Davis no good and it might serve to Late estimates place the majority in Cincinnati Southern took over 11,000 10 4j am; except Sunday THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE No 8 Iravct Cincinnati 5 13 pmj arrivi Falmouth has cancelled and v.klsittjilli'i flu. ilt'intf 11tnl11.ru nf fciii't intliit favor of a Constitutional Convention at people to Silver Grove Sunday. Bult is that Manderson .. ,, ,. ......u w. ...w . . , From . 7 jo pm: eaccpt Sunday. An effort ib to be made to break the mr mu " mte 0,000. The poll books from 20S No. 7 leavet Falmouth 600 am; arrive Cincinreturned the cnecK CENTRAL KENTUCKY nati 7 55am; eaccpt Sundav. in 21 counties show a majority for will of the late John P. Morton, of Loutreasury. Tanner, himself, irresponsi-- i No jalcavct Cincinnati 8 30 am; artivet FalSome scoundrels are doing Washing-ment- s tho convention of 12,012. mouth jo 30 a ni: Sundav only. isville, on tho ground that ho was not bio as he is, is chafing under the comNo, 33 leavet Falmouth 4 15 p m; arrivet Cinin tho appar-an- d Tho bank of J. B. Grimes & Co., in competent to dispose of his property of the press as to his profligracy, ton and adjoining counties cinnati 6 15 p in; Sunday only. Train Nolea. No 3 runt dally between Lexingbut in reality "Adams county, O., hai failed for $100,-00- Tho suit will bo brought by Mrs. Ste- .""t interest of a nuisery, it is pretty sure ho will call n haltton and Cincinnati. No runa daily between re working the patent medicine scheme, Cincinnati and Etxingttm; caused by tho owners gambling in phen Shepard, a niece of the deceased. The people are not disposed to turn the PAST LINE HETWEEN Not. 1 and 6 make connection at Wilichetter is claimed, will stocks. The whole county is caught nnd Brewer, on trial before a special term country and its treasury over to him and The wonderful drug, it lorjioinltonthcN N .V M V Ry No 4 make thli cnnectimiat Lexington. "catches'on" the better for prevent conception and can bo obtained business of all kinds depressed. of the circuit court at Now Castle, for LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. the sooner ho IMPORTANT -- Traint of thit line now arrive price. .. t from these fakirs at a good round Downey, claims to have dis- killing his brother-in-law- , at and depart from tliu Central Union Pattenger Clans Sprcckcls SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 11, 1SS9. Station Cincinnati, nuking connectiont for all One Dr. Waters is at the head of the covered a way to make Sugar as hard as whom Brewer charged with debauching polnti'Norlh, Eat and H'ett, No 6. No . No. 4, Through lickett and bagcige checked to any Ex Sun. Gen. Chalmers, although defeated for business, who is described as a large granite and impervious to water and his wife, was given 12 years in tho Daily, E dettinatinn reached by a railroad, Sun, second Mississippi div individual.against weather. Hu wants to build tho new given At a former trial ho was Congress in tho For full particulari addrot any agent ol the Co. 1 35 I"". 8 10 a 8 00 p I.ve Cincinnati E.II.I1ACON. S. F. II. MORSE. 8 :o a ml 8 09 ji m 2 45 P m 21 years. trict, by 8,000 majority, will contest tho whom the public is warned, addition to tho White House with it. I.ve Covington,. IravelmL' Patt g'r Agl., Cen'l I'att'g'r Am., a in; 9 17 p m 4 08 p m L,vc election, first because it pays to do so) Lexington, Ky. An eirthquake was experienced on Arr Falmouth,., 9 10 a in. 10 i jim 5 40 p m have formed a Covirgton, Ky. Eastern capitalists Parii Eihtok Lewis, of thutrunkfort Round-- . II, E. HUNTINGTON, General ManaBer. and second because tho republicans will coal the Russian frontier Tuesday. In the Arr l.olnglon, 11 00 pm'11 00 p m 6 30 p m . Ii about, wri tes French Tipton that ho ne - combination to purchase all the 5 45 P m GENERAL OFFICES! nr. 30 am I.ve iii in ......Liiuiinnainiiil " ui luu .v... O o p m Monongahela River village of Khenorik 120 persons were Arr ParU.r..". Chamber of Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati, O. 'incheter 12 os p in er heard of his Climax till ho saw the property along tho 7 30 p m buried alive. Shocks were also felt in Arr Richmond., i'jo p in to put in members ol their party ly coal business. It sign while passing through Richmond nnd control tho river Arr I.ancjtter.,,. 4 jo p m Clocks were stopped and Arr Stanford without excuse or reason, except to into make the California. 4 50 p m occasion. This was intended to will require $i:t,000,000 Col. Breckin- on one majority. no serious damage Eve Richmond .. Hi pm ceilings cracked, but crease their 'I hit notice Vorewanit humeri, fithcrmen and 3 to p in annihilate Tipton, but, if true, the thing deal. Arr Ilcrca other not to trptptt on our landt without per. ridge thinks however that there will not Arr Lexington. .., 5 30 p in million, at nil tucli will ho prntcciitrd to the Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Compa- was reported. is as rough on Lewis as it is 011 him. To conpresidential postofllces in of tho law, Signed: Of the be much of a fight in Congress over ny isabout to establish a pension sysNo. 1. No. N 0.5. as tho republicans will learn acknowledge that one has never heard GEO I) HOPPER. T.J. HILL, tested seats, employes. Tho system will the State of Kentucky, only nine havo of the great Climax is to argue himself tem for its I.M. McKOHKinS.JR. M.S. IIAL'GIIMAN republican con- i.ve I.lvinjiton... ii 00 a in early in tho session that tho democrats ' KOHT. McA LISTER, I, E HRUCF tho first of its kind in this country as yet been placed tinder bo unknown. S. II. SHANKS, 10 5 a in S.H. IIAUGIIMAV ttt still havo democratic I.ve llerea will Bubmit to no partisan injustice. MRS. HENRY ilAUOHMAN A M FFI AND nnd is likely to attract widespread atten- trol. The other 45 a in Arr Richmond.. postmasters at their heads. It is the Eve Stanford :.zz. , (,1 N W HOI M ES ? T' i'.E.N.9'k, 7 00 a m It is stated that Senator licck is him- tion. A, J. IIAYDKN, r . rAKHlhll, The City of Paris has beaten her rec- self again, wliioii will be good Eve Lancaster .. 7 40 a in D, V. HOLMES M L. RICHARDS. AtA. Gamble, a republican recently settled policy of the administration to Arr Richmond... 9 43 a in news to G. ord again, making tho tiip across tho s , was thought that he appointed United States Marshal at mako no change in the presidential Lve Richmond... a 40 p in (10 tin in 5 days, 10 hours and 18 min- Kentuckiaus. It lantic IJ until the expiration of tho incum- Arr Wincheiler. 3 30 p in 7 4 o "i has been arrested Conl a m 10 p m 7 40 minutes less than would never rally again and that two, Birmingham, Ala., Arr l'arit utes, 13 hours and taking mono) from two bent's commission, unless thero aro Lve Lcxlugton ,. 3 45 P n 7 00 a in 3 45 I'm I keep on hand a No. quality This racing across tho ocean instead of one Senator, would havo to charged with Lily 'before. 3 P m 8 53 a in 4 35P" Lve Parii,- 4 andNutCo.it in my yard Leave ofjelltco, your orJert at long by bo elected this whiter, but the old men and agreeing to quash indictments charges of a sufficiently urgent nature Lve Falmouth... 30 p m 9 3 a in S07P m Yard or S. S, Myera' ttoru aud Ihev will be intend will have a stop put to it before of tho revenue brought against the postmaster iu Arr Covington. ,. o 35 P ni 10 35 a m 7 jo p m ed to promptly. II Illflf'.IWC Scotchman is good for many a battle for against them for violation Arr Cincinnati .. 6 43 P m 0 45 a in 7 35P m the most appalling marine disaster ever democracy yet, it is a pleasure to know. 03 charge. Stafford, KV laws. known. Semi-Weekly n 4 FOR THIS t WEEK ladies' slaughtered this the ONLY.-- d Courier-Jou- pair will French Polisli will sure and eaiiy the the purchaser of alt are delight of man, woman and. child that desires comfortable and being durable footwear at Prices, in many than half compared with the she-dev- their true Eats, 4-Uc- give you in Trunks, Carpets; Jfatting, value in this and little $c Dry dollar Clothing, All ladies' Slippers in pcrs at tax-payer- s. gardless of tan worth $ all children's Slip worm ladies Kid &ocs warranted, solid er at $1.3o, worth $2: ladies' extra fine $Lo0, worth $2.25: ladies' worth men's fine warranted Kid Button in Bats, or Button SI. 25, worth 25; men's fine patent, leather $2, Don' t forget the Summer Clothing worth have left will sold re o AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Manager. . Ho Co LJ .. "aps ... u. t BUP03Y9 1 LA I HP l ATT I f f 13 H . .- ...,...,... ,-- FALL AND WINTER GOODS.' -, I n The Great Remedies! p--r T I 1 DRIG J SEW FURNITURE ST0REI MA1K HUFFMAN PIRDP. I " - 1 ilpnil-tiRii- d ,,, , i- .. "" - w d i vi-r- Courier-Journa- in-- ware-house- s ... r- - . re-rat- 1 j - Kentucky Central R. R. on 1 r 1 k" ""." ".'(, pre-cinc- ts 0, 4 pene-tentiar- y. South-Doun- ' blue-eye- light-haire- d 111! 11 !. v- i 11 POSTED. ..., rvSri 111 North-Houn- d. 11 - 1 ofli-ce- 4 Attention, lltirncrs. 1 X Y b 5 : 1U --Jiu 1 -- im .,,:!! ,. i..,t'a,i;n 5 -- r "r ? Semi-Week- Nick You.no, a most estimable citibrick now rauly for InteriohJournal wilt1,iiavi: take contrnctH to build lions zen of Ottcnlieiui, died Tuesday of tyor will V. F. Kiun- -' phoid fever after an illnePM of teveral up, ehimncyp, claturiis, Ac. weeks. Ho was nn energetic, christian sey, Stnnfonl. Stanfohd, Ky., AuoudT 3Q, 188'J mm ".iMitleiniiii and bis death is greatly lamixit & Uaiimin, tlii) jroiuTiil inur mented. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmmmmm ' " "" oliitiifllHurB nt Crub Orchnnl. aro Belli nc' 12.C. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ( ,,rce8 for k00,Ib , un,(.ar) uuh. MQnoRor thu (.Set their prices before buy- tlio i'iihIi. Foil Sam:. Six or eight red boars. .1. I ly erage weight about 1630 11)H. nt, $4 to S4.33. These cattle will be shipped to Mew York and thence exported to Glasgow, Scotland. M. Kahn, as agent for Goldsmith, of New York, boughtof Jake Graves 50 cattle, weight 1,425 lbs. atj I Dillard Hill has sold to various parties 1,530 mountain ewes at S.'l.l'o to1 Stand 500 grade ewes at $4 to $5.''3; i"K. MEANS BUSINESS. H. Hruce. mmw i sales of (50 head of hogs nt 4; n Mn. .1. W. Sam.ku, of this county, has Com taiid nettle your account Fob Sam: 30 good ewes and bucks, lot of stock hogs at 4 J; a lot of butcher! A. It. Hotel, nt (i. IJ. Harnett. purchiiK'd the Coinmercial J'enny. cattle at !l are also reported in the Win-- 1 and jnwi'lry repaired and llarrodhhurc and will no theuco next Watch New corn is sidling at $1 per bnrrel Chester Democrat. j warranted. A. U. lVnny. week to keep it. Lincoln's loss is Mer- in the Held in Adair. The bent place to buy drills, ntent cer's ruin. Col. Dennett Young has had some novJoe Co I ley nob! to lluun iv Hums n .. medicines and toilet article is ut A. It. el experiences duriny his career, but combined nurii for $H). l'ennv's. Gin correspondents with two honoraliUY your Beiiol books, ink, tablets. ble exceptions went back on us this It is stated that the wheat crop in none more interesting than the one which happened at Lexington Saturday. pencilM and supplies of nil Imper, from A. It. time. May the devil catch thu lazy ones l'uiope is even worse than was expect- Col. Young was a prisoner IVnnv. of war at if it is not for an absence of news that ed. Lehman has bought a number of Cam) Douglass during the rebellion. "personal points" "Hi they fail to write. lots of cattle in Madison at When he went in he carried a small Middleobo-rounl- i. with him and this was taken from Mil. W. U Sim is up nt School. Mrs. II. A.Kvans' preparato- 4.:so. I have on hand '2K best ry school for Willcflby and Viissar will mountain him in prjson by James Hickey, a solMiw Mattii: C'o is vinithiK friends at be opened Monday, September I'd. A ewes which are for sale. 11. C. (.5 over, dier. He prized the Bible very much, as it had been presented to him by his par(SreensbuiK. who do not expect Crab Orchard. " course for voting irls Mil. Ki .Iosbs is spi'iidiiiw thu utck at to c.r through college vill be arranged. Foil Sam- - Two No. 1 red boars, ents when hu went out to light for the Col. Young was standing' Crab Orchard Spring. well bred, weight l'J.'i pounds. John M. Confederacy. AiTKitScpt. 1 thu L. A. N. will pay its at the Plucnix Hotel, in Lexington, John iH'sr.iN, of LancasKT, lias been " Melloberts.Jr. passenger conductors 1 10 inMcad of afternoon, wljon Private Hickey appointed Btorekeepefiind pinner. Proctor Knott won ,., Mn uiiitiKjidi n ifr.,1. nun invtx vr...t. S100 pur month as now. On no road in . . ' iiihk nt Westchester, but had to be whipped advanced, saluted and presented the colthe country are luittiliil servneb more onel with the Bible w hich he had kept nesday, returning from Richmond. to do it. appreciated than on this great thorough hard Mn. IltMK l.oo n, of Imisville, is John Johnson sold to Ilovle county for more than a quarter of a century. It i fare. made the colonel as happy as the openviHitiiiu hi" sister, Mrs. Peter Carter. parties a bunch of extra good ing of the new railroad into Lexington. I need money K. IliiL'tK and J. It. Fanis to cattle at ! cents. To My Patrons Mihs. J. attended the Lexington Fair Wednes- purchase my fall stock ami ask as an esP. P. Nunnelley bought of W. C. Hnd he not built the railroad he probn day. me will Plummer 2 aged mules nt $100 and 2 of bly would never hnve met Mr. Hickey. pecial favor that tliou He took the Bible mid when he went up Mk. ami Ma S. p. Staoo hnvo re please come forward and settle at once. John Turnbull for S105. to Nicholas ville yesterday and went to turned from a visit to Mr. D.iu Stng, in Pleflhu attend to this at once. Mrs. J. 11. it J. K. Jones sold the 30 sheep CaMy. Kate Dudderar. advortUed in this paper to J. C. Tucker, church with his father he had the old m Bible along and no doubt it inspired him Mas. Mamik Dunn, of I)nnille, is vis-- 1 J. I. KmiK, who has the dutis of nil of Perryville, at $3 per head. to kiv his prayers more fervently. Mcltob-- 1 itiiiK nt her father's, Mr. J. M. " Mits. J. C. Fov and Miss Ora Wood, of the principal battle of the civil war imPost. I erts, J r. calls our atten- Danville, have been the guests of Mrs. ' pressed on his memory, Miss S.w i.ik tiiiKK.v, of Ciab Orchard, A young man, aged 21, committed suition to the fact that it is '27 years no A. L. Hale and Miss Annie Hale. has been on n visit to Mrs. J. O. Carcide at Leeds after writing this lettoi- - "I It. L. Salter bought of John since the rebels whaled the penter. of Casey, a pair of aged mules am going to commit suicide on Fridny Yanks at .Mim.i'tnn, Mu. F. C. Il.ts, wife and child, of for $110 nml a saddle horse of W. S. morning as I want to be buried on bank OeornutoHii, .ire the unties of Mrs. M.I A. S. Mkiw ha.s just received the Stone for $173. holiday (Monday I, so that I shall disapSalinger. llncht phuton ever feon in Stanford, If not sold before I will have some point my cousin Annie, who is to be Mas. Wiimam Wiiiuii and hwr dauph-- 1 and with his splendid horse he has a nice male Berkshire pigs ready for ser married on that day, so there will be a I hope) ter, Mrs. Stock, are taking in the Lex- turnout that can hardly bo lic.iten. The vice on the market next countv court funeral instead of a wedding. ington Fair. you will attend my funeral. I will meet; old gentleman is evidently preparing John Jtright. , Mim M my Mi Kinmiy and her jjuest, i take ome lndy in out of the wet Bowling A Son sold 200 head of you in heaven." &c. .Miss .Saucy luchitiil, are nttuiitliii! thet breeding ewes just brought from Illinois W"-from the Merri.., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. , Ixiiiclon Fair. to John Coleman and Roger Jones, of KM" jurty at Jww Stephen Lurch h, Mi.,. Wm. Uovhton, of Oarrard, . Pine Grove, at $4.50. Lex. Gazette. down to see her sUtnr. Mrs. T. It. Wal- - 'Tuewlny nlnht, the surrey contain no . Qj A T 1? Mti.tJ. ion Sm:. I will oiler J,f,y.;nc'V IIIr U I. 1 store-roo- m. M." Ann... Dunn and Nabel Owsley public Kile in Hustonville, on Sattird.tr, idreAT; iMmy.Sheiby City, Ky CMj?xg ton, who continues ulle ill. ,'0", mi1 J1K "m,v i:ept. 7th, It) he.id of " MnM-J- ' Mn. John M. PmtKisw, of Martin ,v broke 1'erklns, tobacco manufacturers, Ilrotl- - : tiiriitNl over iiikI uplllud ItH occupants in mules. Sale at 2 o'clock i M. John I' . Fortunately a i;ully by the ' I head. ttii4liitow.u Dinwiddle. . Jimxik.1. W. AicoiiN. Dr. C. A. Cox nobody Cattle are slow in Cincinnati nt 11' 1 wiihto.rtlinv rarmol uoAcret.iuuateiion and Mrs .1. S. Kimlrick and Miss Annie A T.m.r entered Mr. S. 11. Shanks' 41, scalawags to be,t shippers; hogs are; USUS. EiVontVcom! Alcorn are at Crab Orchard Springs. furuble d tiling hom, ui!e, orchard in f.ct, store lucsday evening while that gentle steady at ill to 1.40; sheep are weak at Ml. Ills iisiti...! J lUII. I IllCllbC. . 11. c illlU IUUI Mn. M. S. Iltri ::ian returned Wed- man was sitting in front of Owsley A 2 to 4; ewes :IJ to 41, lambs slow at '.i oilier tracif would rll. 38 J HANbllhltRV WEST, Hyattsville nesday from ten days' tour of Texas, Craig's stcre and took from the cash to 5J cents. made for pleasure and to vUlt friends. James Mosk, one of the best farmers about $12. It was a bold th eft drawer ! Mn. C. W. Krkmkii, of New Albany, a as Mr Shanks' door was open and he in this section, was ollered $15 around rising young merchant, joined his wife was frequently called in his store to wait lugs and all for his present crop of be to L1DERTY, KY., here Tuesday and they are now guests on his customers. No clue yet. growing Hurley tobacco, but refused. Dr. R. C. NEEL, of Mrs. Helm. Glasgow Times The uieetiiii!' of the "Merrie Kids Miss Minnii: DiNwinnii:, of Huston Itobert Bonner believes 4lii S ! v ille, wal with Mint Luct Tate this week with Miss lsie Burch proved one of the ., qcj ..nimble of relnciiiL' her record from Having refitted and refurnitlieil the; above iloue, inund 10 run it in tte and ask a en routo to urah Urchanl to visit .Missi most enjoyable 01 the series 01 tieugiii- - half a second to a second and n half, and tharc of the public patronage fill entertainments that the club has ex- - it is possible he may give her a chance Annie Stunrt. Misskm l.irm Canto nnd Allie Hub- - periencd this season. The refreshments, to do so this season and it is said that first-clas- s bio, ol tills county, and I.ula longer, ot ' prosnletj over oy .Mrs. Mcpnen inircn, (rjt pilvjgf 0f Hurrodsburg, will train CRAIl ORCIIAUD, KY to lxjuisville, have the guests of Mrs. were excellently prepared anil hiindsouie- - j ,er worhman-lik- e Dealer In .,, nf rtl.nr;n,s ,....1,. ly served ami were tiiorongniy onjoyeu Joe everallco. Ti, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Very Mis Kjmia MiKi:n, of the College bv the large crowd of the coining men fortmu.s for Iimny uf ti,t. growers of that faculty, returned from her home in Ohio nnd women present. 'State this year. As ninch as $1.(KK) has Hoots, Shoes, t Clothing, Hardware, Quceni- are, Inwarc, Furniture and a yesterday, looking all the better for her s ,M,n tvalm upon sent North, A niKiuiir train of 12 cars ran through Crocorios, plcaxaut vacation. Preparations are n.akim: to plant im- - Conoral Lino V llir-rlttuu abridge on the K.T. V. A G. road, four f if IZ Fancy Candiet, Cro Tin, &c. nm? itiim.lil.ir areas 111 pencil ireos. All klmU of I'ruducr taken in exchange for goods morning Minnie, "of 'uncastor, (.hhniiI through ,. .. ... ne iN'TKitinn . himivai. - inninni. ' Ueinolisiiing ine engine ami several earn. Side Wodnosdav toSpringlleld to visit Mr. speaking in T' rOD ! A a lot of feeTockctofHookI contain-jUl- J not' for st'ver'11 )' bills in I Unilcy. Several of the employes were hurt and ' J nnd Mrs. It L. Bottis. A lilciai of L. M. Usloy ns n good three or four notes and other paper Dealer In W torin was seriously lnjurvil. reward will be paid f'T the abote book and papers A.sMK Hkiiuns, of Kirksville, one brakoman Miss Ncn land, Stanford. Otis X. Imrsemaii, and the way he handles Ids returned to me The morning passenger of the L spent TiicHlay night with her uncle, W. ! down and the passengers of ti,et"ore8 heiinuiil tlio condition they are M. Higgins, on her way to Fayette, ran in verifv all of it. Courier-Journa- l. makPublic Sale of Land and Personalty, Knoxvllle train were transferred, where she will take charge of a school. The Florida orange crop, which was ing that train arrive here .1 couple of Misses Kmma and Katik Ga.so, who estimated ato.uuo.tiw iioxes, win not ex A Fxfcutoifiif K W Cirn, dee'd. ( will sell at public auction to the hichest bidder on hnvoloon visiting relatives here, left yes- hours late. ceed 2.000.000. owIiil' tntbolniiL'dmntliH. .. ..p,.. .,....., ,..,,.. ....o..!.- .- of terday to attend the Lexington Fair, nf- 1IIK leuow, ueury jonnsoii, ""as ,..,.;....,....... Oct. 10th, 1889, ter which they will go to their home in j Mills, who got into everybody the fruit to drop oil'. The tlrst of the At his late residence in Lincoln county. Kv , two whom he could induce to credit him and t.roJ) wii jK, K,,t,tre(j ,1CNt Tiixus. mile K.iUof Shelby City the following trut of Land i' nor. j. 11. lAtiuit, 01 uie unrrnru men sKipiwu 10 i,aiioasior noiween iwoj There. were but few cattle on the 130 Acres town as the McKnbert nnd Slul-- b ex-- ( suns, has played land, situated on the Stanford and Knob l.ick Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is College, was here Wednesday and the same game there. Winchester market . Someyearlingntoors turnpike, K.ittufA. R Denny s himself satisfied with the pros- - He shook the dust of the town from his wml m i$.S3; SOeoiiiuion ewes at $2.23 full and complete. We call special attention to our pressed A trait ot 84 Acros, beint; a part of the The feet hut week, leaving (sundry oiotlltorn aml ai,Jnt 1(x hroku iiiuU-- Slot) tolTo poets of a veiy full attendance. Helm pUie, Mliiatfd on I'ou ell I't'ip with jitio to mourn his depaiture. They do not j,er .ad, J. W. Owen sold to Gaines a right ol way to Stanford and Knuli Lick pike opening occurs on the 10th. HBvn. iipoiiiii: ni'Nritim .1. .u. nruce, uesorvu miicii sympainy, uiougii. ut Miillin 100 stock ewes at $H.2o per A traclof 1O0 AcrOB of ucll timbered knoti The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. Mrs Bruce, .Mrs. sue liaiigumnu, .Mrs. told them what manner ot man Jonnon head. Jones & Gay bought of Sympson land,s situated on White Oak of sale made known snday Embalming under the most approved method when desired. N. A.Tyiee, Mis. Mattie Noviu, Miss alias Mills was. J. U .V V. I'. OIVKNS, F.xors :13,000 pounds of hemp at $t.S3 per ewt. Lilly McClary, John M. Hail, Jos. Sun. At tho Minn tune and place, as surviving partner J. 0. McClarj, Salesmen and Embalmer. Suit for divorce has been DivoitoK. From 1,203 replies to oiiculars sent of the firm of K V. (livens ,V S'in, I will vll puband others nro attending the licly all of the tirrsouiliy owned by said firm, con. filed by Mm. Annie L., against W. C.I to farmers in Christian and adjoining listing principally ot 5 work Mules, 40 jearlinc Tate's Crook Association at Liberty, in Cash, on the grounds of cruel nnd inliu- - j Horses, nice Garrard county. It is said that .",000 counties it was shown that there is onlv mules, 3 mate yonnir saddle.1 lady to drive, rncc harness iuiiuuIh for man treatment, which culminated on the. lft UJM nurna lit carofd Filly by Duke Mare by Wardance, tltiu x'nt tr J people attended Wednesday. ' of Montrose, 3 je.ir.old Filly by i.eonatus nnd 1 . 2iM of July in a severe assault upon her. q( h twm nice brood Marrs; 6 jcarliiiR Cattle, 4 earliiic She claims that his estate is worth A - llHl,IHaUl1 ,0 be onv 5- Heifers, S Krade Com and C lives, 6 fancy I red CITY AND VICINITY. ,)f Shorthorn Cows, all registered: aS Hoes and 74 : " 000 and pnivs for alimonv therefrom suf CTE-WIESho.its; (lie Crops, consisting of 00 teres of Corn, ZDIRTTQ-Q-IS- T I I'roni other sections the reports are oven Fiikmi car of suit at T. Metcalf 's. Hay, both timothy and closer, nnd Oats in stack-llciont to support her nnd her children, worM, complete si'tof Farming Implements, consisting j Tobacco womiH are worse this year of McCorniick Hinder nnd Mower, 1 3 hone lions, to the wife of John M. Stone a whoso custody she also nsks. Brent Wagons and harness, Corn Planter, Hay K.ike, nays hits nrougniHuii against ms wne thim ever Ml)K known. Frank Klder Cider Mill, Harrows, ,Vc , llarouchc and Duck DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, girl. V 1' OIVKNS. for divorce, alleging abandon mout. toll us that he has a patch of two acres, boird.I) l'lulish, Auctioneer T Usk our patent wire nnd slat fence for FANCY ARTICLES, &C. which he goes over once n week and Menefoe. fencing stacks. Sine Tin: harvest is past, the most pleasant average catch is from 10,000 to his ! Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. summer in our memory is ended and we that Goto Higgins iv McKinney's for Oli- have b'een saved the usual suffering from 23,000. Dick Beaviu also informs us thnt ho picked 13 worms oil' of one plant. A ver plows, the best in the market. heat. There have been no excessively hot m Brcckenridge News. On Somerset street, at present occupied bj Mr. A IJ II Cooper, Visitors to Liberty will bear in mind days and the nights hnve been such ns to Mr. Hichard Cobb, who baa been a obtained at a h.irL-ai- try ilesirnble plate and can be THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Address or call on w 00 most delightfully tired until re's sweet thu Napier House. Dr. Noel, proprietor. W It. A.NimKSON', Harper, Kansas, i pretty close observer for most of tho 71 P M McKOISlCKl'h, Stanford, Ky. restorer, balmy sleep. The soil has Or CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Sou ad. years he has been with us, says lie rareyielded a superabundance of everything Ever Lrought to this market. Prices lower than a ni:siKAiu.K Tin: Harlan w.--.r seems to have subsid- mid the tiller bus been unusually well ly ever saw such an immense com crop the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. lull prccodoH a decis- paid for his toil. No more sickness than ns Lincoln county hits now nnd never as ed, or perhaps the paired on shorl'.notlce and warranted. large n crop of hay as has boon saved. ive battle. usual lias prevailed here nnd on the Tho farmers have absolutely nothing to I oiTcr Found, a nice new coat on Huston ville whole the summer of 18S0 has proven complain of ami nil of us can live in Acrcsof for sale privately my Residence and Fis I. and on DinsiHe street in Stanford. The J.N.MENBFEE. to 0110 long to be pleasantly remembered. A. c sisr, house is roomy nnd in ncxid repair and all the nee pike. Owner can got it by applying essary oulh.titcb ure attached. Possession Given peace and plenty. weeks Col.T. P. Hill. sale. Tor further particuvsithtn At the said of the Waters estate corn lars calltwo Col. V after Welch Stanford, Ky John It. Mock, late of this county, was O. on me at I.ammie, Wyoming Territory Thef 0 acquitted at Lexington of the charge of sold at from 30 to 00 cents per barrel in Tiikiib is no uso ill saying it. M C. SAl'KLEY. -- Dratert In colninns tell thnt it Ih one of the dullest sending a dynamite package to Mr. Bax- the Held; oats sold for 10 nnd oO cents a A. E ter, of the Loader. The loading circum- hundred and liny at from $6.50 to $0.50 weeks over known in Stanford. ! stances thnt led to his arrest were the per stack. There is an immense amount The Stanford Mnlo nnd Fcinnlo Semi-mir- y facts that he ami Baxter had both paid of feed in thu county nnd such astonish- And Stock, Panning Utensils, lllaLkitntths' Tools contains Acres will open Sept. 2. MiBS Mattie Pax-to- n attention to tho sniue young lady, whom ing prices ns these show it. Old residents and Knrnitiiro Said farmthe farms 133 I)r, lien ol nftillabiii land, adjoining iSlN-Swopc, lleiienit (iann nnd Joe lomlinson, and will assist Prof. J G. Denny. Baxter has since married, and that let- of Barren pronounce tho present corn nhotit two tnilcb from llryantsvillo, Garrard coun . . and Scroll Work, ty, Ky. A good stock la rm, plenty of water and Thu tlret mid second colored nines will ters have been sent by him to Baxter crop the most immense ever known. timber fur all pur noses, goou lenclii, 3 tennnt marriage. Ho is also said to Glnsgow Times. This gratifying condi- houses, a new stable of 10 stalls; rents readily FIE51TOE,. play a match game at.l.OOthiHaftermoou. since their lo $300 pel year, llest chance ever otlereu a have told Mrs, l.ixtor,thnt she should tion seems to prevail all over the State. goou noin e for a small amount of money. Sale to Cedf.r and Locust Posts. Admission 15 cents; ladies freo. The W. B, Kidd bought for Lehman tuke place on premises Bopt. 3, 1889, at a p. m s Lumber Yard, We will carry a full stotk of everything found in a two games heretofore played by those never Hyo in pence with nny other nntn If sol d privately price J j,50o. A. C. SINE, llusiness Maosjer. Bros., of Baltimore, about GOO cattle, nv but him. 5 rnr. nt, j, it lUDun, have resulted in a tie. clubs 1 of wauton, ,,, Our First Shipment FALL PANTS ITow HEAD? for N 1,000-poun- Hi-h- ie Trade. Sat-nrda- y BRUCE McROBERTS h - oin m m JONES BRO'S, to-da- y I Dry Goods and Notions, ! to,iv StapleFaney Groceries -t ft n't"." ' nt'lni? Quccnsawrc, Glassware, Tinware, Will exchange for Country Produce and allow the highest market price? rowers out Tu-ml- nv. ro.i-Wde- FAIMM FOB SAIEI wit-hu- rt. jVc&t.rtn 1 11 ITAFIEB, Having purchased the interest of Mr. Stagg, I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I HOUSE shall pleased supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a Proprietor. 58-i- m ICE! 1 firtt-cla- Ik-o- ,,.). Paints, Oils, School Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repairs in the best d Full Stock of Drugs style. ! -- respectfully, car-load- "('" ';. I of W. B. MoROBEETS. Yr.lay 1 iin-n'- .i 1 Bo ' lo WEAKEN. and t 1 Furniture Undertakers' Goods STANFORD, KY. ., ,..,. ,,...... .., Thursday, l0t,. The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades ; Her-M'- USTDESTBU'CTIBLE BTTRIAX CASKET, ' Te-m- Mt-Cl- nry 1 1 1 1 r,t im Ao Mo PENNY, & a jJUIR, 1 1 1 1 57-- td FOB S ALE n Ilrick House and Lot, m ... RESIDENCE FOR SALE. ..rad-dres- s IftlE & MENEFEE, tilths. Shingles, Etc., D Public Sale of a Farm ftOirC-- AND DRESSED LUMBER, BklBTOS A1TD SLAT first-clas- GSikSK, DOORS Mouldings, Brackets !5 PATENT WIH13 h t -- m.. VV1-- - .- -, Ai.. ',.- -l.t , Urn -- - ry wyyTri p Wilson Howard, who is causing all the Traders, It is the widest thing in the woild for J.1 A T3n?15Q Stockmen Horsemen and 1? V ol the counties ALuUilmO, 10 trouble Jn Harlan county, is a young a woman traveling alone to regard all of Marion llovle, Lincoln, liarr.ird and Washing, Vsr M Reminiscent Sketch, No. 3. ton will man of short stature, squarely, hut not the men she meets as gentlemen, and to tcrett torind all the news trelating to matters nfin. them In ilia To the Kditor of the Interior Journal.) built, and although he is re display the presence of that conviction the leading paper of A ) UUA TJjj PWlOLACREAM About (50 years njio in tlio littlo HurR heavily Publlabod Evory Tuesday and Friday Central Kentucky, issued lueidaynnd Friday ported to have killed from 12 to 18 men, , in her mind directly she Is approached each week, $i per car Send so cents und try of It . THISiirepftratlon.without in West Lincoln there lived n man by s1 AT isoyl. Husn.ea .''d' ho is onlv 24 years old. Ho has been bvthemiuanv wav. A cad will usual.1 V!r 1r" "l""'1''.. K fm, lMhs nHAs..si 1?MAni " .uaiiastcr, want ill the name of Kennedy, a tailor by proS Pim-pIowild and reckless ever since ho reached ly be at great pains to avoid dixttirbiug $C JPJCU YKAH,iy i0Si Llvor-Molofession ami a very eccentric kind of a Blnck-HondSunburn and his teens, kilting his Hint man when he the illusion when he Ilnds himself taken WWhen not o paid $2.60 will be charged." man; always ready and so full of fun that was only 15. Tan. A few applications will rentier the SAMS! After killing six or eight for n gentleman. A gentleman would most Riunoorniy ml skin on, smooth and lie would frequently use his jocose twits A. M Fcland has 4 good Milk Cow s for sale, all men in this State he went West and break his neck rather than peril your K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. while. Viola Oroam is not it paint or and taunts upon his best friends. The joined the "cowboys, where ho showed evident good opinion of him. Men 'have '"'"'''b;"1 Shonlior..., ,tl,cUe, ,o day.old. Powtlcrtocoverdefecu.butartinedytocuie. ra., returning s.iid Kennedy was passing up the road Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 e within 14 hours of each other. It is superior . to all other preparations, and his training to an advantage in robbing , . 1... ..,iU.. - ...I r.. ,i ifui ...1. 1... !.. ,1... A good chance In get a gaod co and a thoroughniluuiiiiitiiii ii'k.iiii 1,11 at 4:30 p. m. until... from Stanford one day, and when just in two stage coaches and killing and rob abstract. They may be quite capable of bred bull calf cheap Also base some nice young IsRUarantccd to give satisfaction. Atdrtig-gist- s or mallcsl for fiO cents. Prepared by fiont of Undo Johnny Hooker's house, bing L. &H. LOCAL TIMeTaRD. a deaf mute near Spriugiicld, .Mo. abusing the particular woman dependent bulls ready for ser Ik. un-rriVKA M KKI.ANI), by which the road ran, and near where u 31pm Mail train goinc North He was captured by the sheriil' of Cass upon them, but they all of them are just V Stanford, Ky South t 31pm the little village of Turnersvillo once Kor!il at Mc!nl.,rts.v !t,c?'., "ttan'ord, Kv Express train " South ii57lm stood, he hoard a considerable i.tcket, county, Mo., but escaped, after killing full up of courtesy ami kindness for the " North " " 317am the sherilland constable. The West got woman they meet on the street, in cars I .630 am apparently among children, and upon Loral Freight North STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 5 551"" South. too hot for him and lie returned to Har- and depots. Also they are likely to looking around and stopping his horse, I wish to sell my farm ol carry passengers. The latter trains aIo j acres situated on lan last year and celebrated his return treat with every consideration the dam- the Lancatter piki t a miles from Minford. 1 he All persons w slung a pleasant life and well The above i calculated on itandard lime. Solar he said he counted in the rear part of by shooting some windows out of the sels whom chance of travel throw upon land Is all in rass, comfort ililc dwelling of 4 Pleas.! wife t j n us. 'Men, Klour made at time it about ao minutes filter Stanford KnlVr Mill, Call for It at your rooms is situated tipin it Will sell atu bargain III little Hooker children Hooker's vard am! ir they has e not got it on hind, urge O A ULNLDICT, Stanford. and stirring up abitterstrife them for piotection. Ladies' Home 4t them . keei It r eel an order from them and tip one mullen stalk and several gambol which finally involved some of the lead- Journal. get It at the Mill an, wll gu.irantee a pleasant ing on the ground underneath. anilinlcresiiiiir limilv S. O. DAVIS, ing citizens of the town and county. A 01 There lived also in the west end of our big ,U"N I'OI rs, Superintendent Tiik Tow Kit or Pisa. The leaning tow reward is oil'ered for Howard by the AND SURGEON, county, as our older citizens well know, governor of I'isa is 172 feet high, or, as another PHYSICIAN of Missouri, but it will take a er CKKSS & MAUET, Uncle Sammy Williams, known as a gives it, 17!) feet, ami leans HI MT. VJCRXON", UV. V CROYALIti'M J company of soldiers to take him away authority fey M strong Jackson man, and great lover of -i from Ids friends. At least that is what feet from the perpendicular. Its eietOllice nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. REAL KRTATB AGENTS hard money, especially gold dollars; a mini who knows tion was begun in the year 1174 by Special attention giean t diseases of children him and- from whom Mt. Vernon, Ky. would sell the products of his farm a of l'isa and William of Imispruck. we got the above information is inclined little cheaper for the gold dollar than he It is made of pure marble, is divided into believe. Times. Coal ynd limhrr would for paper money. Uncle Sammy, to eight stories, each having an outside Rails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale, resxindenisJicird.ands and rarms for sale. Cor 44 one of our best ami most however, was To suppress lawlessness and capture gallery projecting 11 feet. The summit Livery. Feed and Sale Stablt substantial citizens, strictly upiight and the lawbreakers, a suggestion is made to is reached by ;!!0 steps. There are sevTen Thousand I'itt Kails aid 1,000 I'nplar always full of good cheer. Kennedy, the create a standing State police force to en bells on the top, so placed as to coun- Shingles. on hand Mm'-- , Women s Misses' and I hate hero of our dream, approached Uncle act instead of the military when needed. terbalance the loaning of the tower, the Childirn's Shoos, mad I In Alter, Kirnxl ft Co. A Mundellc, which will sell M the MT) low est Sammy upon one occasion in or near the It has been found that the military lias heaviest of which weighs 1,'JtX) pounds. and base Imught them and they must he prices . ld My stock is complete and those wha want orlog done good work, hut there is one insu- Burg at it gathering, barg them li railing. I mean tusi. A new course of intoxication lias been ess. mis can gt W C IIVILr.V, No move can be raising, perhaps, common in that day, purable objection. V. "ssV. T .2.fr.k " .IP CLtrfT-and just the place no liked to get the made bv the State militia without the discovered. It is simply dry tea. oaten aSitv'',:J JLLLTCsCiassssssssssssV of course before it is steeped. It prosubjects for his pranks, and said, "Uncle matter being public and thus giving Absolutely W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Sammy, I had a dream last night." warning. A State Police Force stationed duces an agreeable ell'ect at llrst, but inpurity, "What was it?" asked Sammy, with a in This powder never varies. A marvel LONDON. KENTUCKY, I ON DON, KV, Frankfort at the call of the Governor dulgence finally causes sleeplessness. economical strength and wholesomencs. More Not O&od turnouts and saddle horses always than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in glow of good feeling, apparently expect- would meet that objection. He could disorderly impulses and delirium. Lr hire CAPT. FRANK B.JJILEY, PROPRIETOR on reasonable terms I sndon is the most conren. competition with the multitude of low test, short a few persons have al.re.tdy been found point on the weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in ing something amusing. "I dreamed order the men out secretly at a moment's reach places in the Thoroughly Kenovate,l ai! Refurnished, first lent111c iiMjiiniain railroad oi13me ? n cans. HOYAL IIAKINU I'OWDKR CO., o fate you and I both died, but I died a little notice. It is proposed to put about "0 to have contracted this deadly form of' class Fire and Kes.naMe Prices Hay and night in 18 106 Wall street. New York. before you did, and that we both went or t0 good men on regular pay, with the tea habit. Good Housekeeping. Trains are met by I'oliie Porters ot this Popular House. to Heaven, some such courageous man hi Marshal As the butcher add his hand to the And there vte stood without the gate, Sammy, Hunter, of H.inlftown, for captain. weight of the steak, he piously highs to Hut heard the sweetest sounds, 1825. I 'All those indebted to the estate of the late G. It was angels singing within, Sammy, E. H. BURN3IDE, Proprietor of 2:1(1 himself: "I love to steal a while a call Of the trotters with records W.James, deed , or J. W. James will please Where glory shorn ed all around. and pay off their notes and Recounts, as further nt tli rlnsti riflnst ki:imiii. tlu weigh." nr delay can not be git en. , . And there c stood knocking knocking Sammy, , , ,, ii J. n,jAu, txecuur, On Ihscllmgs, II .uschoM Kurmture, Sores, Mer- - No Hotel In Kentucky has a btier rcpuittlon w " iiuiuuiiiuiiraii , ......vmi.i :i,i,.,i .,..1 Standing entirely without the gate, Fontaine F. Ilobbitt, Attorney. , apply tj the old chandise, and its pr ipritr is dctrininiJ that IIAIIRV A. EVANS 8 of them Guy, Hams, Hopeful, Lulu, Crab Orchard, Aug 35. Yet in our anxious moments, Sammy, rsa nisiMliin,! .. ixisiniaiiisu is tl We knew-i- was best to wait. Clenimio u., tnyn Smuggler, ana is a candidate for surveyor of Li.K in .cuntj.rennsyivania x ire insurance Oo to the Democratic Primary kleitin, to he Met Yes, we waited waited on, Sammy, White Stockings .UUinurillO L.IIUI iuM held October m. .... 1...1t .. .i. i.lm.i,. . . i!i !) " ' The Shepherd's voice w ill be at the door, '!. I. He hasrttrm i.I.led to its appointmrnls whether fire ensues "r n..t repri'HCiueu in j.i, .viiiL'iit.tu ouu 111 iu, gate then will swing wide, Simmy, The CF.O II llKCCE, Aent. j f All persons knowing themselves to be indebted Pocil nucl Abdallah in 4 outside of Hiinibletonian, W F. McCLAUY And w e'll be admitted on Canaan's shore to M. I.. Richards, either for goods or seasons of in :$ and George SI. l'utchcn in colts, will sate trouble oy settling same wttn James As I arrived at the gate a littlo before Pilot, Jr., , Is a Candidate for Superintend nt of Public ", , Frye, as I has c put them in nis hands for settlo. JThe Slorjr.ui fiuuily, Kenerally thro schools, subiectt.. the lvmoiranc Primary hiec' von and knoekinir a voice within an- M. L. RICHARDS. ment. A - ' 'Cl Llvory Stable W WOOU k. crops out in the Vermont Black ta ered, family in 9; ,wrfK strains .W. L. DAWSON from Huatonvllle.' The K.Ue opened, H; the T-JCo.nm,rcM,raseUr.ad,mr. I With the inviUltiOII. 'Walk in.' The '" 10 ami tl.Oroiluhbreds III 10. Lincoln Count,.. ub. Candidate for Jailer DENTIST. ljcctto 'ncl"-""the Democracy j gate then closed. A little while after 51 j Kourtli Asenue, KlKl,MATIC AN XkckaUHA P.m.p se yon came to the gate and knocked. A Office on Lancaster street, opposite Co a French remedy for - Thefoliowii.Kis Stanford, Ky. OTIS NEWLAND voice within said, 'Who is there.' neiiraluia and rhenmntisin. which is tfo- LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. iny Williams.' All was Still again, CX- ItlK l,,t r01",1SO1 ll,t Take t.'ti J a Candidate of the nf Lincoln i..1 !'"" times n dn v Ject to the actionfor JailerDemocracy, County, ., .thin, Department of Centre College. lljll Preparatory ...... ,,- -. lhl, of gluiuviiL. acll three voices THE LARGEST AND FINEST in counsel but yon continued to knock, for t,)ree llaV8' aml if very H(.vere t)lk'e MT. VKRNON. KY. SA3I 31. OWENS and in a few moments a voice inside ex- .. nv.. tltm-fniir r Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, This eld and Holclis stilt Maintain HOTEL IN THE CITY. Is a Candidate for as Jailer of Lincoln 1,1.111111.11, nil l un.ro . it cumins nv. this IS It Simple remedy lllld It county, sublect to the acnon of the Democratic ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Spe- 18B9. Full cotirrn of study, both English and liams, of Hnstonville, an elder in ctal attention to the traseling public the, ,l0j)u(l Classical. n niUicttl with naiimhsia part). Instruction especially adapted topre At. P NEWCOMIt, Prop, pare young men lor the rreshiu.iii Clin. A liberRATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDPresbyterian church.' All was ailent nltl riieHiuntNui will ulve it a trial. al English education is furnished to any one who Mt Vernon, Ky. Sj.lt G. S. may not desire t take tho classical course. Terns aain for a moment, but you continued ING TO ROOMS. moderate. JAMKl II. WALTON, Principal, ,,, Tho Annals of Hyiene has discovered ,, Cj,nJl(Ulc ,or , ,ub Danwlle, Ky. to knock, when the jratt swung ajar, not 53 0. H. M'ROBGRTS, M.D., TURKISH A however, wide enough for admittance, mere is nothing inai so quicKiy restores ject i me amon 01 me uemo. ran, party Kl.sMVN IIAIIISIN HOTEL. but you, continuing to knock, the gate tone to exhausted nerves and strength STANFORD, KY. N. JIIvNEI' EE fllow'lv widened, until wide enouuh for to a weary body as a bath containing an O n ...... ti.iil of t..r..j,.i.f..ck. .11111:1 niiiiniiiil:! t(i 1.. !.. l. VII OUice on LancastertoStreet, opposite Libert), to f tan vuniiiuaii. iin x7iissisis( ...1... IU tllC SiH'JUl S'lUtl (.V sl.m..!, iiiivh ill r.iini...nf lllli'Utilli J UU 52. Hasingremosed this p.ite torn the Lincoln county Democrap practice Ills profession, calls the attention nt the you slipped and immediately fell down water. It makes the fleth firm and as A Modern Progresive School, ... pub lie to the fait that lie will be ready at all hours ... ...... r ills ikiiini .s .... r 11111 riimiii , nssusniii tiiiifiiiii ...... ss.....s..a s..u .,.,., 11)011 VOlir ail lOlirs IIUU COIlllJieiieeu B....iuiu tav or nlvhtto answer IU in town nr ntrv 5; in o l.'UVVUlWf " p w. " ijh'irty years oiuis hie were spent in Staufard and crabbinu tin thegolden pavements, which pure and free from till odor. Scientific er D g he diems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as . Where your daughters will lie taugnt now to befor Semi-Weekly Interior Journal HUSTONVILLE. EXIOM I rt ZssssBssssss B, b, FOR o, .1 1 111 - o. o. K ct 00., For Sale 1 I ;t-- y, court-hous- e I . I t7T - -' I 1 sv I house-raisin- g POWDER Tyrm-rsvill- tm -- KJTTStR T r - .T"W W aT Pure JACKSON HOUSE. 11 Please Settle! lQ7-t- f. ' Established THE MYERS HOUSE ltttr I ,..,,. 111 s 1 ,,, a FOR llTSTCJEtAlTCE t. , s -m m at, 1 ! I Settle With James Frye. t 1 I -- l mw i Illlllartl Parlor lso - H, c..r - ALL AKE, r- -t rir w-.B.iFiEisrns- ', MOtt'S Outfitter tS7 "Wll ZXti 0 art-h- u-ij- r p Louisville. Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, ' low-tone- d .;.,', , NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. .,, ..'.,, 1 tlt , CARPENTER ,, ,,,. HunG nun mm come true wo nen, as well as thoroughly instructed In I ,t KKf IJs. 171 .,., J. Cossrt-llo- us 1.1,1 Wl I VOU .....,.,., 11 .1 .., a grip. JllSt AmerilMll. - Literature, Science, Art AdJress & Music. REV C POPE, President, or Mrs. S C. TRUEHEART, Lady Prtncipnl, Mi'leraburg, Ky. ntiOnn ElLLLf! Illy I tJ t OrKilMiniT NA I ... AMD NtlRMAl VrHnm rSY. 11 !!a..rn.Tr..Lr.i,VSl,j".,U, "rm.xyr;n" ten mouths N- n . i il at nn tlrni' uirs. ii4riii nut u. tus.ir ..'..--- ". -- . m.a.jninin.r.i,i,niinuKaui,.l. - CTTrT. HJI LEXINGTON lUB A 1 tinmhin UlllQltj HlftlrQII II i&f&lf? '5wiyilsLlsl&Srui5 THYQUNSrTLEAVP,EN"?TiWFO" Send for r J J.T PATTERSON phes CaMotefoORj.B.SKINNEH.PR.N. FOU SAIE.: My Tslew HOUSO on Main St., Stanford, Ky Kor terms apply to Mr V. II. juggins, staniuru,cr to me at luiiiiuc, Ky. I.I1TIE N HOLMES HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHErfllST, STANTORD, kV Engineering and Surveying in all branches. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCLSSQR TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TH AVKNUK, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of V. etcr Hut a shadow ft' .. across hit bright prss. J ' Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open prcts It bcaan llh a trilling coukIi. soon came "V ,"1.'. . .New VDiscovery !' King including the world-renownpri.,.o,on...rcn.u.pt,o,l,l..rrenutl. failed. "L,d it no, been for xvould have died of Lung s.cm.d doomed 'rConsuiii.llon I l,..c!.ceUrehollow,mll,e us g.jen up by doctors Atn.now KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS lo an early Thou a friend advised J)r Trou,,lu' Brave. in tho bust of health ' bainple bottles Iree u I'lerci-'- s Col.lc'ii Msdlcal Discover). lie tried it And alto my own importation of English Hats A. II Penny's drug store and Caps An elegant line of Canes und Lyon's an.! was sat od. Health und slrciiKth riluilicd, h tliccrfu! sobe rai g nut again across the school always on hand Fine Celebrated I'mbrcllat Whv Is It plaigronnJ, his cheels again grew rosy, his ccs O M DAVISON', 54 along; nlways complaining Master Commissioner I Incoln CAPS, briRht. He la still "the pride id hi class mid he That piople linger tincd feeling f Olio bottle of Sixty two Acres nf lind adjoining Circuit Court. SAOQUES, about that continual the above will gradent's tins j ear with highest him .rs. alio be at Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders out lleggs' lllood l'unfler and. Illood Maker will en- anilis sold finea reasonable price at tho sai.te time, ery land, which would male u farm C hr .111c Nasil Calartli aide of city solicited, perfect satisfactlor guaran positively emed by Pr, tirely remove thU feeling, give them agood appetit qf i4 acres of very fine land . c m. D.vvisor:. li KcmcJy 5ociby druggists teed. Don't fail toordera NOUIJV HAT a.ld rtgulato digestion, A. It, Penny, Druggist. i) Sage 1 . EL A T 8 91, i byium. It is annoiinct'il that the IVnnsylvii- M. F. Briulclcv nia railroad will moii run, as an experi- Stanford, Aug. 1SMI. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., ment, a car made entirely of iron and u. candidate f,,r c:erk of the Court of Aani.. steel, which its inventor claims will be ,r;Ve0l;';vluhg,;Xr,, of u,e Whisky never misses lire," said a i'r- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, us the other daw No. it never "ot only lire prool, nut more I'onnorui man to STA.MtJRI), KV 'does. It is sure to brinj: down its vie hie than the wooden cms It will be FOR SALI2 OK KENT. . . WVIIs drilled to order and Pumps lurntshiHl at t . ....! .1.1..1 tll ,!.W1J iu, iciuiiuiiuu It ,im ooni!r or "iter, whether he le Iiitrls """istieii huh i.i.ii.--- lSS. I'oll lllltlf1 m Oocd House and I.uat M,ti d Suiiablc for f"lor P"cw. J siuniutTuiul jientiiiKiiwliitor. - diKtur or teacher ,0W " t,, SOcil11 or scale. usctn 'il sclio.l P1IKNSON 01 ' r I I. Appl) l'i II ' t,,u. A,l"llt'li""'nlla,'0"thimi11 Maysn, .J, Ky The little boy wwoiTi.ii knees in his si i. m. ........ .,.. , ,v0,,n(iP,i i.prts 0f mother, father, wife. ' :.... ,.: j'l.isi-in-, ., iiii.i, ins iiivuif; lime infill children, sisters, brothers LVgRV, SALS AN3 i,is Httle sister cmltln't re.i.t the ten.p- too tllti0I1 10 tlckIe th0 POk,, of ,lls mv ft.L.t w,,,,i b".vo,l ,,,k! Ptsvjs mi.l liU atatift ir. ftallat; Hill often n trial of mined virtue and con- - IIk stood it as lon tin lie could and then to nuke um hmt Jur.utt fv. will atiu. bTANltiHIi, KV. ihiMk. , . , V. ..... D. ... Iv on .. . 411. , iisiiiuiimii jt. saitl, rlt'ii'-e- liod, excuse me wniie ' I. SPKCIAI. ATl'I.MIDN to COMMltltC 0n nn nvera carr' n l'01"-'- . overshad- - j kll0(.k t)he stuiilni,' out of Nellie." 1, 1880, travelers Horse and mules bought and s.l.l Ver-Vktim nI- - Sa hor.esHtid sehi les wi,,K' ,,reary wrow Onlv in listry incico Chronieh1 M Farm Of 120 Acros. on the urnersvill.Also fur h. and .Mi Kintu-- pike, i'4 miles fruni 'luriif rvill- -, Kiist the bustle was discarded, now in Lincoln count) i ne rami lias on it a cn f.unilv nl noHal Ufo is Inrirtdv siluntsor-- ' WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING COn HOI1.C. oani, nieai nouse, tern, is U.. luii.iuitr well feni.ril with n.iv .tA.irc, an.ltnir cis... l.u row and drearv heartaehi' over victimsof the cliemise ha- been cast od' n,C0,,l X,,,,k' m'VC'r ,,,i9riUS ,lrt'' Um"n Wi" Jht.r0,,tim,U tl,iS WarfaXauat,;co?,r,nlen.Tr:h d i on tiress, tney win soon return to too ii.i,ana wiimn Americus (tin.) Itepulilican. miiti nvtr. Uel.htful pri.nitive costume worn i,y "fs awriiei iuup ti r.ns rarm umiliL' ste into . before slio niaile lier dress of consideration, in Lincoln count). It will hate t.. III the teintorv between I'env Mrs. AM h, .sn to be apprecated. Sal. .. oon Constitution. ,wip, andTariytown.it distince bf only six H I ill alsoseilpubilch ut aoMock p m onthe miles, theie reside at tins present time I II UUCKien 8 Arnlon odive. M my N sameda) ....... Home and Lot in McKiuiicy. h . ... a. I.... r n.ia iW millionaires, and it is nn. Mini tne vsorm mr cuts, uruises, I. The best salve ...!.- - .isuc tuin.i wiui 5 rooms, sersam-- .. room, Only one Night out to New York. .,3, ' SUcll cluster of rich persons Citil, be foilll.l sores ,c.r....h rheutn, fever .ore, tetler.chap. vejandsttntam, lVl skin vrup. bu; house, stable Solid Vcstii'i led Trains 10 in a similarly small territory ill ailV Otll- - l'eJ h!,n,,,i chilblains, corns - and all ...... .......... til Iirntiorlt) Inia and cow house- a.l.s.I adsertise ... ... i. cure .. .!.. -hj- (a, la uv A.n yy w im u ..!. uici w er part Of the sorlil. Njveial of these ion .ana uoftimeiy to ir.vo perfect satisfaclion. i'lcHyUV'"!-ut.y"" " .M- terms suiirtii c rururiernancu.irvs.rt (iitns Washington, Philadelphia, persons have fortunes SO f.ti:untlC as to or money refunded Trice 2$ cents per box or Oast Alcorn, whtjluea on the farm, or Col BaltlmOTO, NOW York, lla Alll crs.m. McKllinrt nr ur i mm. a.. ,..! have attracted tho attention of the entire Tor sale by A R. 1'enny, Stanford, Ky 8aj Mam street, Dallas, I'ex.is. I'asstnjr all the l'.imnus Vlrisnita .Springs h dayworld. Amonn the number are men 54 iu K. T. VOL'NfJ. Old I'omt Cotiifiul und the light and arris uu The Verdict Unanimous. bca Shorn the next atternoon who are in charj:' of some of thu largest W 1) Su t. driiLMUt. Humus, ma , lesttiies. Time Card in l.ffoct July 1, 18.,. ' bAl.lv railroads, telegraph companies, banks can recommend i.Uctric liittors as the ery best "T'.ist VaslMllT FaTtVe" ailtl trust POmjMllieS Of the lllltioil. These remed) Everj bottle sold hastriven relief In ev I'.tprcM.i Tvpres EASTWARD. Daily ...... ..11r.11 n,...f,.l ,.,wn.,i,l,i.- cry case One man took six bottles and was cured A VALUABLE FARM. il'l ,.?, I'.x Sun JI jfV.CVf,. ..J.w,, .(..v.... X.... jl,.,,' '.ill y irauy jitdiniT Aririlinni .,........ rtf III.- !... ssr.l 1I.SIMIIMS, . Ill IlllClllllllinill VI .A lH at tions. estimated to be worth more than i he best 13 jinn i.,11,,ne.nhio.air,r.n. 3 ij .tin I.e Stanford Jennie M Pennington, 1'lff ,") " Lexington 43 am 6 P" 7 ,! am S.")00.000,000 in tlioagaretjate. Now York sellintf medicine I have eer handled In my 30 v'' 1'CIi Ctr. Court " Winchester la a pm 6 j pmi 8 to ,tm " Thousands John V Pennington, Deft ) Tillies. e.irb' experience is Llecirtc Hitters " K. t'. Junelion... t oj pn. " Mt. Sterling a; pm j 40 pm g 51 nin lly sirtueofajudgmont of the Lincoln f "tliars have added their testimony, so that the 77 ." .' ' a oj pin " Preston "Why would a barber rather shave ,.., 1, unanimous that Lieurlc iimcrs do cum Court at its March term, liia, iu thoabose Circuit stsle-'0 amm " Mnrehcad 3 10 pin 8 43 pin 10 13 am three IrisllllU'll than one tiel man? Yoil all difoasesofthc laser, Kidne or Wood. Only cause, will on os pm Olive Hill t 05 am 4 " Ashland. . 6 OJ ti Monday, Soptombor 2, in 40 pm iv pm five it up? Of cottlse VOU do. Well, lulf dollar abottlcat A II l'cnny's drui; store 6 ao pin 10 33 pirn " Catlettsburg 43 pm At t o'clock or there ibotit, being the first day of " Huntington 6 50 pin ta 30 ami 3 15 pm because he'd trot 45 cents from t he three the September term of the Lincoln County Court, 3 ConsuniJti7n7nCu7able ? o u am 10 J3 pm White Sulphur.. sell jr.siiiiifi anti tuny 1.1 cents jmiiu III'-- , jtu.iil the folUnvlnir- Mr C. II Morris, New the to the highest bidder tit public outcry before Arr Charlxttsville " 00 am, 4 oj am door in Stanford, Ky., the follow, " WitshingtBii.M 3 30 im 8 in nin German." of inc propcrt,to-mt- i ark, Ark, sujs: "Was donri with Ahscc-s" llaltiinore 33 pin 9 oj urn Sixty-twAcroB of Land miles w.t tho Luna, and friends and phjslcl.ins pronounc' Philadelphh o 31 pm 11 jo nm The Pride of His Class. of the city iif Stanford, the o ao pm, 3 jo pm " New Vork ed tne inu nn incurable consuiiiptitu. Megan t.ik. City pike and ni'Jomini; immediaiuly on.Mrs Miulhy tne lauds of Ho u su bright, hnndsumc, boy of sixteen, sunKnima " Klchmond, Va,. 3 40 pm! S 03 urn Consumption, Jones. K II it L P. Woods, Dr. Hugh Ketd, c. ' Oldl'nlntConifort brilliant and engaging, the delight of lug Dr. King's New l)lcourj lor 5 S I'm, 30 urn lit land is in a high slate of cultlsatmn and one 6 J5 pm 13 00 n " Norfolk "'J '""" bolt c mid able toot crscc the of the best small farms near Stanford; li.is upon parents, the toy of his hutne and the pridu of 6s-t- then I awoke. It was all a dream !" An Old Citizen. Assessor of Lincoln Cotintv. .physician and surgeon Ashareollhe patron. Isa Candidate , . .. . . l . luliitfttf tnSLtlnli- flfll.0 IVmnrmr v. aitcai me people 01 aianioru anu vicinuy is asseu ' B bS o o P W O C3 ET. "" - g J2.2 2. a K. W . I "''"':" . ... "" . riAi11-.111.-- 1. o Oq 1 S9 ,,, illi-vs- For SaisPuUioiy. 111 uurcis. C re u P 3 llli Sim, ul ii.uiis.-i.it.-n- a; I 1 , fr Tuesday, October m nasit&KJMSii BfJM P n o -p " s- - firsl-cla- ss I - i -j n. 2. ro tro M , t . - ro Ot - . i, .McKisun-).a.t.- , Ky. Route .. A- ! U3 o S & k3. Ol era leaves.-Ualh- ...... 11 j a a w o . 1 C 1 -- 111 . - s . I I T-w 1111I I 3- re - "" X..w,kC 2 Mm"O - P. r c P vi CL. P - j -- l'&HlxNIiIC WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 .., HKliADW.W ,.,.., 1 U 11 LEXINGTON, - - .1 KV. ' 1 1 ' ' '89, . 1 1 w court-hous- e 11 .& vW UWIIirA s o a'--i 1 COMPANY i .,'' .1 -- - ' ,.,,.. """" """'"''"""" "' 1 1 1 medicine ' it a new cottage, good burn and other oulbiiilillngs and Improvements; also good water for ull purposes and is In one of the best neighborhoods in the county Terms of Sale -- Said sale will be made on n credit of 6 and n months ; lionds requited of the purchaser ith good security, payable to the undersigned Com'r, bavit.g the force and ofa iiidzment, with .1 lieu retained upon thu effect land until all or the purchase money is paid. Pi ncssion gncn Jantury i. 1800 CREAM ! Ketiirning, fust Vetibulcd from New 0rkat1d all eastern points arrises at Winchester 4 "4 n m and l.etiutton 4 17 P in daily. rat mail ruin Huittiiiglon and all points cast arrives Winches tur 11 35 amanil I.exiiuloti 11 4; noon daily I'x ran express from HiiiiilngioM, cepi Parkersbtirg and Wheeling amies Lexington 3 n 111 .1 ulv Olive Hill accommodation mriwi Winchester 710 a 111 and lxingtou 8 10 a m, leaves Lexington 3 40 p m, Winchester 6 40, ror tickets and Information wrlleor nbnlr to O W. II AH Nil V, Itcket Agent S A. llKOMIIKRIi, Trav Pass Agt. L MIKl'HY.Oeii'l Pas, Agt . lexingtow,ky: SEAL SKIN 'j Cur J O.VAKRINO'lON.sdV P , Uxliicton, Ky J , ii&L aJU mrr iiMsjV V.1.':: W i-- .J y a jt -- 1 " ,,i '4aWi uir. j Ml.HM.4