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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889091701 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. ('f' 7P I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CRAB ORCHARD. "Jrfrrv Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, d889. NO. 62 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A W" LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Brilliant Wind-u- p of the SomersetFalr. j i Thursday an immense crowd nttemled Horn to tlio wife' of Wlllllllll .Jones, Forty families of this county will .irt of V 0 Ilmilloy linn spent u tliu Fair and the excellent trotting and - on Friday night, the i:ith, a Hwt girl probably move West litis fall. IiIh time hole lately with other rcpubll, The Inst grandjury ruturneil 78 in running races made fine sport for lov-cans figuring up tlu appointment of baby. The mother and babe arc nt the Donald McKay iijznlti gangers ami storekeepers of this district. residence of their fatheraiid grandfather, dietniciits including nearly all the cute- - ersofthehor.se. evinced Ids ability as a trotter by coming gory. The State troops, which were order-- , Mr. J. 0. Sweeney. Hob George, after serving out his under the string three consecutive times, looking Thu meeting at tlio I'resbytorinn ...t in il.irlun (. II. wore a lino We leaving his competitors several lengths set of men and show ed oil' finely as they church closed last Sunday. 'I he people time in jail, has returned to the busl)e behind. In the running race, live went up. If they are kept thoie for a weredellghtod with Key. Mr. Heddleston. near Altamont. l'ate Imgford is in jail on a peace eighths of n mile, best - in :', Willie Carconsiderable time, as is likely they will He preached "(.iod is Iovo and Nothing F.lse." He thinks it right to believe the warrant sworn out by James Wright; roll, a Madison horse, won, with Little be, they, will get the gloss worn ami Maltha a half length behind. This was washed oil' skirmishing thiougli those Bible instead of what might have been trial set for Friday. somebody three or four ten- by a very exciting race nnd after the first Win. McClure, sobovcteiy stung written by Harlan county hills. This is the third heat Little Martha sold dollar for dollar. S. A. Mlddleton has about finished turles ago, as the proper thing to believe. bees, is improving. pink-eythough, preg Too weak with We Col. Collier, surveyor, is at home, time "Uncle Billy" hasbeen badly crop. The cutting Ids small tobacco vented her from doing better than winarrangements to take his family ed by the little injects, has been here and wheat was thresher of Jasper McGraw, William Mcltraw ning second money. not ho badly damaged and turned out to Louisville. He says he will soon liavej' On Friday everybody and the baby at fairly. Win. Stuart sold til 5 bushels and his force all in and everything running and Sylvester Kobins, charged with His friends are very much ing Tom Collins, are yet in jail, unable tended and the whole grounds and two IL 11. Urouaugh 1!70 bushels to li. 1. large amphitheatres seemed an immense Wearen for Young, Hurley A Co., of disappointed that he did not kill the to give the 51,000 bond, A brakeman climbed a telegraph polo piece of moving humanity as they sought man who put his alleged picture in the Lebanon, at 70 cents on the cars here. a few days ago. to watch and report the direction Hens- - a spot to rest their weary limbs. The Hon. V. N. Haldeman, I'res. Louis-vdl- e C.-The Ford Company will. appear at ley was taking through a Corn field, show of stock surpassed any former days made n Hying visit and as the purses were larger the racing Overcoats, Opera House next Thursday night when he escaped from n train Sunday. to Crab Orchard Thursday and returned the beef shooting was better. In the free for all trotf An Belle homo for a three nights' engagement and Sathomo Friday, taking Miss soft, Tom Covington, Jake and Mistake start- with him to the regret of her friends urday matinee. This troupe travel in match took place here Saturday. We ed, witli Boots Shoes, the former leading all around "fence-rail- " rilles members; counted .'10 here. Messrs. J. W. Jiiiues and J. II. their own car; they have t ' s. Gloves: they are excellent people, their plays and the men who "toted" 'em could and winning a heat. In the second Jake Goat, Collier spent Thursday in Louisville well selected, and the show, upon the knock the gnats eye nearly every shot. won, with Covington second and Mistake interests. looking up lumber Thu mother of Samuel Kinley, living distanced. Two more heats for Jake Mr. It. L. Knowels, L. & X. lumber whole, is of a very high order. S. V. How land, of Danville, passed on Skaggs Creek, was bitten by a cop- ended the race and Willis Dunn, his OlCI' WllOle StOCll Will UC Complete 111 U, JCW dttlS. ugent, was here Thursday letting out owner, took in the purse and consider; contracts for lumber for bridges, on the through town yesterday going to Rich perhead last Thursday and has been ly- hie other loose money from the boys.' extensions ami on the double track be mond to attend the funeral of Robert ing in critical condition since, although The J of a mile running race was won by ami Lebanon Junction, Miller. Some two or three weeks ago, the proper remedies were promptly aptween Willie Carrol, witli Black Knight, Hob being graded. The busi- while in good health, Mr. Miller, in a plied at the time. This is the llrst case which is now Jackson's horse, second. Bob McAlis-ter'ness of the L. Si X. Is growing to such an conversation with Mr. R. especially re- of niiakebite reported in the county this Little Martha won the llrst heat, R. fall. extent that they tlnd it necessary to quested that In attend his funeral is In Frankfort attending J. H. Rucker, of the Somerset Re- rati second in the second heat ami could double thu track from the Junction to II. Touilinsou easily won the third laid she not to legal business. Hen J. Durham and porter, was witli us twice last week, fix- have Iouisvllle. tripped herself on the short turn to tlio There are n good many carentcrh family, of Danville, spent Sunday with ing up thu new press in the Signal otlice. home stretch and fallen, thereby getting going to Mlddleslwrough. several from us. Misses Marie and Georgia Barnes A daughter of T. G.Taylor was thrown herself distanced. This race over, the now Virginia passed through here footing it are visiting Mrs. John II. Woodcock. from a horse last week near Fine Hil' Fiftli Annual Exhibition, which was the ns far as they could from Junction City The "Crank" is still lecturing round ami and seriously injured. She will proba biggest in its history, was at an end, and rather than wait for a tr.dn there, in- round and teaching the people some bly be a cripple. C. C. Woodall haspur the ollicers and directors can congratuand lot On tending to take the train when It over- great truths. We hope the crank will chased the little the corner near McWiltiams'. Mr. late themselves on giving a fair pleasant by thus do- turn this wav soon. took them, not to make lime Hemphill, brother of Knox county's throughout ami financially successful. ing, but to save money. Kvcry mile Col. T. M. Thatcher will please accept Two Santa Crtu iCal.i fishermen re- sherill, was considerably injured by complete. they walked reduced the fare :i cents cently caught a basking thanks for courtesies shown the I. J. shark between jumping oil' the train to catch escaped ami' th) only chanco now of beating the man, which proved helpful both In get!U) and :5 feet long in their net. Fight prisoner Hensley Sunday. railroad out of fare is to walk. ting a report of the proceedings as well ing furiously to get free, the fish only We learn from persons coming from A balloonist landed in a corn field ns furthering the Intkuiok Jouhnal's wrapped himself tighter in the folds of Somerset of a tittle romance occurring away down in Alabama and the negroes course. went to the net. The fishermen let him alone there. Miss Mamie Tucker wool Cloths, Hob McAlister's Little Martha was se-until he drowned himself and witli the who had never seen such a sight befoie . Somerset accompanied by Mr. John Cloths, ns a man coming dowu from heaven, riously injured by her fall, much more inof seven boats pulled him lhngamnn. ly likely a preconcerted assistance to the bay. The husking sharks are not were frightened nearly out of their wits. so than was at first considered. Besides plan she there met Mr. I). It. Martin, of , and are not at all dangerous. One old fellow's mind staid with him numerous skin bruises one of her front, , MlSSeS SllOeS GT7'0 fj'0?)l Turnersville, and uIoimmI with him and This one weighed about two tons. The though and remembering that polite oest We nave not heard in the was married of ness always counted with ids earthly lier of this species is about whether It was the result of parental the w hide fish, ami the amount of oil master, lie quickly decided to meet the turf. Shu made in 1:1W on the Somer- serviceable Uliefl School Satchel gWCIl UWUV or simply fancy. In fact her fried out of the liver was between 100 lord of heaven ami earth in becoming set track which is extremely slow prior j as yet know nothing about the parent touched the earth to her fall, and promised to do good work style. As the leronnut ' ' and l.r0 gallons. allair and s'uspicioned nothing until they and began to disentangle himself from in the campaign. Come see us. sent u buggy Saturday to meet their The greatest known depth of the the meshes nbout his ear, the old darkey The balloon ascension by Prof. Head-ltrain, but she did not ocean is midway between thu island of witli daughter at the each day proved a decided feature, an air of profound obeisance, reappear. Tristan d'Acuuba and the mouth of the moved thu wool hat from his shiny pate, Hejis a capital fellow and an experie iced Rio de la l'latta. The bottom was then bowed low and said witli pious unction: aeronaut, and long live tliu jolly but fear1 This is thu way Private Dalzcllshot oil' feet, or ! readied at a depth of "'Mornin', Mars Jesus, hows yo' lef' less professor. his mouth to a Xew York Herald man miles, exceeding by more than 17,000 your pa?" Atlanta Constitution. As is characteristic with the Somerset the day before the removal feet the height of Mount Kverent, the) Ml its tleece was boys, they did everything in their power Oh, I Cortioral Tanner? "Heinove Mary had a little lamb, loftiest mountain in the world. In the! to entertain. Another delightful hop We guess not. It would coit the republinow stoclt Xew- - whitens snow, the critter tagged her was given by of gracu north Atlantic ocean, niuth of them Friday night, whn cans everv State Xorth this year lamb you foundlaud, soundings have been made everywhere, she loved the again the beauty for miles around gath18M, and both Houses before two years. know-Hut now, alas, the lamb's no a depth of I.Vmi fathoms, or ered to trip the light tantastic. Slick It would occasion such a revolt among to w feet, Idle depths equaling .'11,000 or 0 more, and Mary'sspints droop, tliesheep tloors, Xo. music nnd lovely women tlie beys in blue, they would leave the reported south of the Bermuda is metamorphosed into Dr. Sequard's made thu amusement elegant and the party in a body. Xo danger of Corporal miles are soup. The doctor caught the little lamb Islands. town clock tolled four times ere the merIT e have selected the best Tanner's removul, better remove the enanil knocked it in the head, and jammed dispersed. E. C. W. tire Cabinet. Ho has two reasons for A Pennsylvania paper tells of a man it in a pcstal 'till 'twas a pulpy ted. The ry crowd &c., Overalls, holding olllce, no other olllclal in Wash- who was gored by an angry bull and se- doctor took the iimtton juice, and with a Those having the direction of woikiug has two legs sliQt In battle, and verely injuied "while passing through a little squirt, adininisteiod it to Mary's pa ington be in people invariably underestimate the nec one other reason uoniauevorhud before, cow pasture witli a ted Manuel shiitou." beneath ids undershirt. And now the essity of an early in the morning stmt m.d that is, he was a private soldier We have been telliiii! the fjrmer- - of tliU old man bleats and baas, cavorts around with the busine-- s of the day. Coming Ulld failCIJ Olll' IS of yet honored with the only one ever Ujinitry for years that if this foolish and like mad, and says that Mary's little into the nt or countiiig-ioormmifdp.. a.iirl inn hi,a.rri,u.t.pp. ftfd.iatnn.limi hi. miniotlice by any administration, and the on- - t.xpt.nhivu .iccoration of cow past inert in lamb has sived her poor old dad." irregular hours will not do under any ly one that ever will be. So he must re - t) t.0OIO(i mm. feilirtrt w.lst j,,01,. OwensWoio Messenger. circumstances, and sooner or later the be removed; J(e(J S(iu,i)0liy WOuld get hurt. Xow see main. Xo. sir; he will not parties who try theexpeiiinent will have if lie was removed Foraker would refuse W,1)U wt, to,i'vou ;rdetto in Brook- - Tin: Buckner Rilles, of Harrodsburg, to come to that conclusion; with UnQuit. K. II. Gnither commanding, and to remain on the ticket in Ohio. His lyn Ragle. desigportion of the Sliarpe Rilles, from Lex hands of the clock pointing to the doom would be denied from that hour. nated beginning time of work, fully A SKcuur Woiitji K.nowimi. -- "Young ington, passed up to Harlan Fiiday. The The soldieis are hwciuingliiad, howling, passenger to boyhWeie in fine spirit and hallooed equipped, the labors of the day ought to and damning mad at the jeal- man," said tlie cursing A C SINK. J..V MENEFEE be commenced. Shirking it only leads ousy of the aristocrats who are hound- the occupant of the seat ahead, "do you lilie Comanche Indians as they passed, others to do likewie and produces lething our comiade to bis duath. Woe, know that I have nuver spent a dollar when an old fellow letnaiked, "They'll argy and indiU'ereiicoin the performance halloo worse than that when Wils Howwoe, to them if they down Tanner, for, for lhiuor in my whole life?" Dealers In "Really?" lesponded the young man, ard and his gang gets after them." The of the task to which we have pledged by the God that rules and reins, if they loss out of Q AYTN T!1 A 'NTH TM3 T7"ei"tf1n T TTTVTTTtT'T turning half wav around witli a look of march fioin Pineville to Harlan, C. II. ourselves. A touch a hair of his head ve .will scalp uCliN W the eaily morning hour will often sweep JftW U every man of them. Our vengeance will great interest on Ids face, "how do you will be mighty apt to take tlio enthusi away tlio profits of tlio day, besides leav-iuwork it?" Life. asm out of them. Our old friend, J. G. stop at nothing lawful." the mind impressed witli the conPiilliam, w.isalongas quartermaster gen fisht It is a Carrying Place Pond, Me., ilXNTD sciousness of not having done our full recipe for whitewashing This is the oral. mi p Board of erman who relates that while he was duty to those in authority. St. Louis Mouldings, Brackets nnd Scroll Work, out by thu Bent Masher "Gad! what a lovely young Stationer. pickerel that he had caught the Treasury depaitment, which will pulling in a ' llsli giabbed the pick- bather. Who is she?" answer on wood, brick and stone nearly one day, another A Western preacher was working the P.ig stranger (quietly ("Mrs. "A." u third seized thu second tail, then Cedar and Locust Posts. as well as oil paint: Slake a half bushel erel's silly business of calling on his congrega" A ny incuiiiberances?" e wilt carrj 4 full s:o k of everth Lumber Yard. fanJ n a so on till there were seven of unslaked lime witli boiling water, one's tail and tion to stand up on vaiious propositions. A C SINK, Ilusiiieii Manager. "Yes, one." on the string. He lauded them ell. keeping it covered during thu process. "All who want to go to Heaven will risu "All! how old?" Strain it ami add a peck of salt dissolved ,)() N()T Cukdit.-W- hen a man pays don't to Jheir feet," he said. All immediately "Coming '.'0 Courteously in warm water, three pounds of ground f().a paJmr tlt.ro i(J 0 tloi,)t tmt ho look it, do I?" arose. "Tliosu who want to go to hell will " XM,nts it; if hu wants it he will lead it, rice put in boiling water and boiled Xo one now stand," he next called. Short Ilimil, Telnrnph if, A r. I x thin paste; onu Halt a pound ot tpaniMi tm,, t,ih .mt8 tno mtter on u HI I C 1 AT nt.,. A syndicate of wealthy republicans stood up till a fellow in tlie rear of the rili' for CiitiiliHjtip mill full hifnrmiittini.JPXJ J V B IV 1 whiting, nhd a pound oi clear gme dis- factory and business basis, eiitiiely im have perfected arrangements to start a building awoke in a dazed soit of way solved in warm water. Mix these ingre- possible to any other condition. Ander- new weekly republican paper at and atising to ids feet taid, "1 don't It will requiio a syndicate, know exactly what you are voting on dients well together and let the mixture son Xews. WARD'S SEMINARY FOR YOUNG mid a pretty ricli one, to keep up 'u Htaml for several days. Keep thu wash i Mlnxil fur im,i:.ti:sv A ntlneil ( lirltlan home, tliornimhli ornHiilted r parson, but you shunt stand by youiself ( iirn' f mil 1) Hi ,r utli "ml i'ImiTchI hat is coming into fashion The tuibaii ran imrr liinreeie Kirl in uie inn i paper in a Kentucky country s long as I'm in bore." It. was too thus prepaied in a kettle or portable furK.inlli'. noirili-:iiiruiirriiiiiilliin" l.rgft u rulltiu-- t of anicliool for ulrt tti t litcit iliirlnellio A finely again among stvlish women. ral ur llturd r iltir- to t.vier month luriuUliiiiieuililrii.l. II. IIANCOt K. town. Jessamine Journal. nace and when Used apply as hot as posmuch for both preacher and people and inoduled head is admirably shown oil' by sible. i n l' "Mr. Benson, I wuz much pained tor there were no more votes taken that mm nf tlii'MH iMiiri'fnl mid fli AX ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL day. of tlio Supreme Court of 1'hc decision SCHOOL POR GIRLS, imt ni.Hiu.,i l,,.nds me niadu heah oh do sudden death oh yer wifo. , "Fair Play" Iowa that liquors sent to that Statu can- more ugly by it. X. Y. Sun. Did tluy SHELBYVILLE. KY. Foundod Mnrch 25th, 1H25, by Mrs. not bo confiscated in tln'ir original pack"Dey did, sah, Mr. Willis; butdey didn't ii all tli.lt U aikei for Or. I'icree' (lolJcn Mtdic.i Julln A. Tevls, when taken far catarrh in the head, rh The women aio wealing once more hoi' it till after she died. Fool doutah ages has had a great effect upon the The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are graduates of for bronchial or throat uftnUiom, or tcrofula trallie. Traveling agents of enter- the big hoop earring that wero so fash- niighter knowed ho couldn't euvo her commonly known as contumptUn of InnslungmnJ liquor in the best Colleges. Prepares for Welleslev. Accommodations the prising Chicago liquor houses ply up ionable soino time ago. They lusemble life den!" Time. 'very particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. if taken in tima, and given :i fair trial, it will cure T. or the money paid for it will bo refunded. It is the and down thu State in all dliections tak- the rings witli which the African bells Such democrats as nro biifiiciently par- only suaruntoad cure. oiiiameut thfir noses. Xow York Sun. for tln'ir merchandise. ing oiders tisan to forget the welfare of their counCluantc the liver, stoinuch, bowels and who TWENTY PnOFESSORS Thu Pride of Woman. i by iuiii I)r l'icrcc'i l'cllot. Ti ko a pair of shoes that havo become try hoped that tlio story of Tanner's AND INSTRUCTORS. fa h l Btid'and uncomfortable, by'n constant A clear pearly nnd transparent din ahvayt a dischaigo is untiue. Ho could bo made 'iVViis' ua tiai Ua WW (SLA i t"u u 3ii lia fiqncul'urcl and Mucfiatiical, Why Is It ii of jiure Mood, juii nil pcrjuni trutrlilcd wit E'tintcinq C'assica'. nr bloKlied akin can ret a" good use of through the campaign. wear in tho rain, apply " c0:it f 'l,"',,, iljrk, sreay, That puipU Imzer aloni; ttlunys complaining r i. tt I to- - rcuss. few ilo.es t Hrw -- V7V' tlirniai et cloth, and in r.??,,!!:,5l!l!;S,,,,i,!f..0nlii8li akcr ill re- - Cincinnati Enquirei. ""? S rubbing in well ith nbout that continual tired k'elmg f One l.ottlc of - ' .. Cimncrci i'ar Aea'tomie V'J clcaraiul Lin lleggs' lilood l'uriller and Mood Maker will en- -' Cj a short time the leather liccomes as sou muvo ui cuuo ana tlie il atwill lie. ome not rj of nfucilo i .. was .....i, I,.,.,, iraiikiurvni irylt and itiven Vvniidni! and Colorado uotu exno tlrely remove thli.tecilng, give them a goo J appetit as w lien ' and pliable Wiico.i you nothing itumilyw . . . .. i ... n I!ihh i i' i ' j rienceu snow storms cmuiuay. t a.id reguluto digestion. A U l'euny, Urujut i hi . 3t 'i I the shelves of the shoe dealer. COLD - WEATHER are getting ready for it. Our '- , worst-makin- e, Is coming in daily. part have already gotten in our i I J. CLOTHING, j Courier-Journa- l, Suits, ned 1 1 old-tim- e in liht and heavy weights, Pants, HATS, in stiff and latest styles; heavy in men's, ivomen't and and Kid, and Buck, lined cliudren and unlined. s BRUCE McROBERTS SEVERANCE & SON Announce that they are receiving J 'l , J store-hous- e New Goods In all f Fall Trade $-c- j And will soon haveevery department -' We ask you to Examine Our Dress Goods Henriettas, Ginghams, Pansy Penangs, Prints, $c, country. Zadlos' 1 man-eaters- one-thir- d Sid!" wme" rltM y -' manufacturers ; and Children's the wWl ) and j ' -- UV-Mtl NEW arc - GOODS of j ' receiving our . ,-lM) 1 Fall&Wintei'DryGoods could Jeans Pants, stodl work-sho- p found staple Flannel Shirts, the market. that G110CERIES - , ity and price. . JONES BROTHERS. it 'r long-haiie- d ME & iVIEfEFEE. -- i five-minut- VJii g Light-hous- e m patent N 3Si.SH, DOORS Laths, Shingles, JJ JjJftlMi3ikjJ iJ Ilc, iVi)JllW, BkXNTfS s wm:a aitd s:lat fence, rirst-clas- v ) BRYANT ;;. & STRATTON Business College 0Clf . Hop-kinsvill- e. !Lbi ni non.Si-i'lHriiu- nii LADIES. H l I I . 1 1 ..!. hol'apost-iiiortenrzauiination- , c IENGEHILL, .p. first-clas- s m i W. POTiTTEB. yU-n- IJRlTll raitfi rJM filfa , w -- - m T' 1 S-- h W'k ''". uru.. ft1 'Jto4Ai.Vr i .'JU i eu - BBaaBBaBSW 'JpStWJpP i .pi m w'vyw-,,fiBimtrr''- " V"? r..'t:'? wwiiwm '"'" ' -- WgwawMwwiwrnwii i'fi '""17 "F" QJf"FIBM(fmmm&Htim4 PfMteinftT,'1ttM!B:ttrw l 113 An emigrant train, Sunday, bearing . . . IGOiMormons, pi ungedrt.li rough a bridge of the iutcriorfof the Chica- near Lynchburg, Va., but strange to A fourth go exposition buildings burned Saturday pay, although the coaches were hurled Stanford, Ky .PEPTEMnnu 17. 1880 night; loss $75,000. over and over, not one person was seriMr. R. l McGoodwin, of Danville, ously hurt. fell from a ladder at the planing mill The Baltimore Manufacturing Recand broKe hU arm. F richer ord says: "Georgia is Berry Henvley was given 21 years nt than she was one year ago. This is the Barbourvillc for the murder of Dan amount of the increase in her tax asThe Greenback party, which is com Biker, in Aug. 18S8. lust sessments, and the gain has been very posed of 'o men, met in Cincinnati Since Aiurust 13. 1SS7. the Govern- general all over the State." week on the call of Chairman Jones ami 'incut lias purchased bonds to thuamonnt held n convention in n small parlor of of SMR),l5:i,S00, at a cost of $L:il,:kS,3lk). LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. the Burnet Honie. Jones congratulatDr. ll.irlett, nt BullUlo, beat Dr. Car butcher, ed the party on the fact that it is growJohn M. Lieu, the one-arver's record of breaking uu.wu glass uaus ing, as just double as many were presand his biother, who is a so named 7 by rifle shot in six days. He broke ent ns attended the "convention" two John, w re tried hefor.' Judge Baker j in all. years nco. This party and the wurr.uit charging them j near Saturday em An illicit distillery was raided held in tlinl wi-iprohibition party will evidently have to New Hope, Nelson county. Three thou- with stfiiliug u coideso to get up a quorum in future bond of 2oti each w tuitir iippearnin-- at sand gallons of beer and L'O of whisky conventions. These side isue parties were destroyed. circuit mutt uliich they failed to give, are bound to peter out. It is but a quesYoung has jmt died in and were jailed. Aunt Dinah tion of time. The democratic and reA young man named Bates was arLouisville at the age of 1151. Reliable publican parties alone will survive and records of rested at Williamsburg Saturday and her birth in Albemarle, Va , brought here that night and placed in if the latter keeps on as Harrison has in 177(5 are said to exist. 6tarted it, that too will play out. jaii until Sunday morning, when he was A mob went to Harrodshurg Friday Morgan county, where he had night to hang the negro rapist, but on taken to It is reported that Tanner is to be ap- finding jumped a $11,000 bond in a murder case to we that he had been sent to another against peased by the appointment of recorder him. lie is aNo indicted in Knott dispersed. to by a, of deeds in the district of Columbia, a county, quietly charge. Christian Deyhle went to the office county on the same When position which pays $80,000 11 year. It Alexander Gregg, deputy jailer, was Brookis now held by a colored man who was of Millionaire V. W. Gesswein, in from him and arrested Saturday, charged with forgery. given the place by President Cleveland. lyn, nnd demanded $500 He attempted to have two checks cashed Our colored statesman, George W. Gen- on liis refusal shot him dead. at the London bank the same day, one A mob of 100 men broke into the try, is nn applicant for the office, but Mr. The for$:i00 and the other for $200. ! 6V,c; good around paying the debt jail at Morganton, N. C, taking out two name of David Williams, a wealthy Harrison is not cc; white, and Dave he owes the men, without whose vote he prisoners, Frank Stack, fanner of this county, was cigned to each could not have been elected president. Boone, a negro, and hung them. check nnd they were made payable to to Mrs. George II. Dunsford, of ReadHe is of the class of republicans, who a theatri- Gregg. Mr. Ford, the cashier, refused ing, Pa., laughed so heartily at like republics are ungrateful. to honor the checks, knowing they were cal performance that she swallowed her o JPYawwcfe, ', Goods, Tanneh went to great trouble to secure false teeth, was thrown into spasms ami forged anil immediately notified Mr. Williams, who came to town Saturday G. A. R. en- died. his endorsement by the nnd haei a warrant issued for Gregg and campment, but even that did not move to The Hon. Ken Chnpeze, a lawyer of a, vein, keys the Secretary Noble, who could not stand considerable prominence in the western now instead of carrying the jail bZUU URLrAJs. 1 is in durance vile himself. ,,, the. the scandal the old bummer was raising portion of the State, fell dead while ar- young man yow court-roois said that a in his department. It guing a case in the HmiiLE. The mercantile business, late commander of the G. A. R., which has been so successfully run at Ht., will be given Tanner's place, to conciliDr. Lewis Gritiin, a wealthy physi- this place by J. A. Hammonds for some M. ate the old soldiers, but judging from his cian of Cleveland, Tenn., has 'been con- time, has been transferred to a silent speech at Milwaukee, he will bo but victed of criminal assault upon a partner and the former retired to Casey ana man 3 Golden Wyandotte hens for slight improvement on the corporal. He girl nnd sentenced to ten years' im- county with a view of entering into the $50. is for pensioning everybady, too, but prisonment. B. L. Gooduin, of Fayette county, oil and mining business. A very vioyoung lent case of poisoning occurred in this sold last week 100,000 pounds of hemp to will not use his mouth so recklessly as Miss Sallie Moore, a love-s;c- k ,his predecessor. teacher in Pierson county, S. C, com- community a day or two since from Jones & Gay, of Winchester, at fv'Oper mitted suicide because she was forsaken eating Jamestown (gympson) seed. A The Lexington Press in its effort to by the man upon whom she had lavish- of little boy, about three years of age-- , The Barbourvillc News says that M. . B.UI.I..M..I. Vjed her affections. by the name of Ross, thinking they J. DegnerV thiee car loads of mules dispatches, which come by freight train j be to Fve vcara n),0 rrof. Monroe Gray were made for his kind, gulp-down bought in St. Iritis at an average of from Cincinnati, sav8 we are from the killed his wife and her paramour, WilA ict-in less 200 were overturned ilown an embanksomething pint and than a. mountains and conseejuently don't al- liam Deitch. Ho brooded over the af-time than it takes to record this ac- ment on tho Cumberland Valley Branch. what wo are talking about. ways know fair until Thursday, when he committed count lie was as wild as a bed-buhav- Eleven were killed outright: 15 more The latter may be true, but we never suicide at Caronoelet, Mo. ing continued spasms with slight inter- were fatally injured, and, of the f not display such egregious ignorance of the I.V tlin nf n follnn. POtlVirt missions for nearly 4 hours, but I am more than or 4 will ever be of any o section as j geography of our immediate U adde(1 tQ 1U happy to say that under the skillful service at all. he locating of Stanford in the moun- , q twQ fof b The management of our physician the little first-clas- s James Guthrie, of Shelby, was offer... , ... tains. Take a pull on yourself, young ' , fellow is slowly convalescing. Our vil ed $152 per lieael for 02 mules by New to fellow, and go somewhere. the railroad near Georgetown. lage has had a profusion of candidates Orleans parties, but refusi-the otfer, workman-lik- e Jefferson Price, a young man who and land speculators for the past week, when a tender of 14J cents a pound was is raving and tearing his Forakek Very shirt overthe discharge of Corporal Tan- has had a wife in Hopkins couuty, this each of the former pressing their claims made and accepted. The lot averaged and brought the owned $155.15. Adner and says lie proposes to know the State, is is jail at Birmingham, Ala., for strongly for the office of jailer and the true inwardness of the whole matter. bigamy, wife No. 2, whom he married latter, Mr. B. G. Pennington, looking for am Cnrithcrn also sold his lot of 41 to the a country residence for which he wishes same parties nnd on the same terms, nnd Said he: "If Tanner eloes not go back I there, having caught up with him. Tennessee hired her convicts at pub- to exchange town property. Mr. S. K. his lot averages! 1,080 pounds. want a man put in his place who will carry on the business in the same style. lic auction Saturday to the Tennessee Owsley has been negotiating with Mrs. The Song ofthe Decanter. It is evident that an obscure member of Coal & Iron Co., for $100,000 a year. That Bowman, f Danville, for the last 10 There was an old decanter, and its was the only bid and the lowest that days te rent her boarding-house- , which the Cabinet, who was never heard of be he says is about consummated. The e! mouth was gaping wide; the rosy wine fore his elevation to that position, has could bu accepted under the law. Alabama will have two notable in- ject of Mr. S. is to situate himself so iu had ebbed away and left its crystal hide; been instrumental in removing Mr. Tandustrial displays this autumn. A ten- - to educate his children. We me sorry and the wind went humming, humming, ner from office." day State Fair will open Ht Birmingham to loose finch an acquisition to our com- up and down thesids it flew, and thr ugh The Gibralter Herald, published at October 21 and the Southern Exposition munity, but endorse such n move in the the reed like, hollow neck the wildest Mayfield by Messrs. Arch Pool and Lo- will begin at Montgomery November 15. interest of the young. The Misses notes it blew. I placed it in the wingan Curd, is a recent addition to Ken& N. has let the remaining Bright, Susie and Annie, are attending dow, where the blast was blowing free, The L. tucky newspaper? that is an honor to 47 miles of the proposed line to a con- school, the former in your town to Prof. and fancied its pale mouth Bang the them. The first numbers evidence ed- nection witli the Norfolk and Western Hubbard, the latter to Miss Mary Kay, (pieercst strains to ine "They tell ' yU'Lvm BP9fffftfffffffffffffffffffffK itorial ability f a high order and show road beyond the Cumlerland Gap. Ma- at K. P. Woods'. Greenberry Bright, puny conquerors the Plague has slain that the gentleman have not missed son Hoge A Co., the noted contractors Bright Swinebrod, Jake Robinson and liis ten. and his hundred thousand of their calling. We hope and believe they get the largest share. Joe are attending school also, the former the very best of men. "But I," 'twas will carry the democratic banner to vicAt Symcore, Ala., the Rev. Mr. Wall, two nt Danville and the latter at Lancas- thus the bottle spoke "but I have contory for many years in the old Gibraltar teacher of the common school, whipped ter. Mr. II. C. Walter had a severe at- quered more than all your famous condistrict. several children of leading citizens, who, tack of cholera morbus a few days since querors, so feared nnd famed of yore. upon learning of it, took him out nnd and but for the timely interference of Then come-- , ye youth and maidens, come A syndicate said to be headed by Col. bucked him, using such force as to pro- his physician, Dr. Traylor, he doubtless drink from out my cup, the beverage j Bennett II. Young, and composed of Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture fatal injuries. The buckers are nn-el- would not have survived it. The unusu-huh- I that dulls the brain and burns tho sprir-- 1 stockholders in the Louisville Southern duce st. of potato digging in this neigh- itup;thatp..tsto3ha..,etheco,,,,uero18landUndertakcr.3aoodg am hour My prices will bo as low as BUCh goods railroad, has purchased the Louisville The Colored Baptist Association, in borhood is creating quite a sensation can De Douffnt o emes. Give me a trial and vou will be'eon- ;.,. ,.... .: Post for an alleged consideration of $50,-00coljust at present. Some unknown party lltMli.'i iiuiuuun nun uiv. kiiii inn- n i vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Judge W. M. Finley, the capable session nt Indianapolis, advised the themmade a raid on uncle Greenberry Brigbt's woe. Though in the path of battle! young journalist, who has sosuccessfully ored people of the South to arm selves and use their weapons on tins patch a few nights since and carried off elarkest waves of blood may roll; yet managed the paper for anumberof years, v. slightest pretense. In addition to this nn unusual number of his fine ronsters. while I've killed the body, I've damned will continue at its head. the Association called on President Har- Miss Bessie Englcmnn is on a week's tho very soul. The cholera, the sword, never wrought, as I, in fun or visit to her old home at this place. Mr. such ruin the innocent have brought The Mt. Vernon Signal under the edi- rison to protect the colored men. malice, on Dealer In A statue of Gen. Grant, on n pedet-ta- l Jack Swope, of Lexington, is also visit- And still I breathe upon them, and they . torial management of J. W. Brown, K 14 feet high, on whicli are the names ing his friends nnd relntives in this v brink beforo my breath, and year by B. Smith and James Maret, appeared on vear uiuu&tiui ireiiu uie (iismui j;uw iu ! the Kith, enlarged n column to the page of the batt'es in whicli ho was engaged, neighborhood. death. was unveiled at Leavenworth Sunday. and printed from new type on a brand FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. KY, John II. Ininan, the cotton king of. new press. When it gets a new head It is a bronze figure 0 feet high and is New nnd resets some of tne old ads. it will be draped with a long military coat and The Louisville races begin next army York, came out of the Confederatei a ragged, penniless boy nnel reachUcHt AKHOrtcri n by Grant's n daisy in every respect. Success to you surmounted Thursday. ed.New York m 1805 with a few dollars 'slouch hat. Ingalls nnd others did the Derby has closed in his pocket and no friends. He is now , my children. The Kentucky worth $10,000,000. orating. with 110 entries. We have received from Victoria C. A dispatch from Gallatin savs T. Cole Gully, of Covington, bought Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is a ni:siKAiu.E letter announcing.her ran-- 1 gjnc.crs v. H.Spradlinand J. W. Blanch-didac- y of A. C. Robinson a lot of 1, 025-- 1 b. cattle j full and complete. We call special attention to our for president of the U. S. in 1SIW nr(l ar0 nt work run,ijn6tjn,, ti,0 ijne of at 4J. F011 ,, EllHt Tennessee Central, nnd asking our support. All right, Vic, tlie Mi(1(1Ie The Democrat reports sales of severI (liter fur tale privately my Rctlilcncn and 'Kivo y but don't you think one woman is sufli- - so as t0 get t.onnec.ti,m wiU) ,no Chesa-ciecattle at i Acres of Land on Danville itreet in Stanford. The ' al lots of 1.0C0 to 1,200-lsupport these hard times? peako ,, Nn,hvie nt.ar Hoganna with- liontu it roomy and ill good repair and all the nee for us to The best Casket of the kind ever invented. cents. ctoary outlmtke are . attached, i'ottexioti given j' -i ...i.u... ...... .....i.. tUr,mU a ,coimtr' i.i ....!. wi.iiui ... w ccita .die. L'... iiiituri ......:... )'.iiiiiu" Foil Sale. Two No. 1 red boars l.iri cationv Col. V rtiicr WVIch i Stanford, Ky crad. : Embalming under the most approved Tiie Land Oillce promises to furnish n out ,my,nK to " G. method when desired k s difficult to receive rights of well bred, weight 125 pounds. John M. drwmeat Laumie, Wyoming Territory counterpart to the pension bureau rot-- 1 wlu;ro M C. SAUFLEV. t. Wi,-J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. McRoberts, Jr. tenness. The way things nro going on -- no most dimMrous flro from which McGregor Boy, nn i 8,000 trotter, there, something is suro to drop and ' L,,111ville has ever suffered, was discov- - collided with another horse at the Moy-nokthat beforo very long. uieu iiuuiii 11 o ciock ouiieiay nigiii. 111 Tlili notice forewarn hiinnr. fiiticrmt'ii and1 Iowa, fair and was killed. on our unJ per. mx. jiLki The fact that Johnstown has already the cellar of Bamberger, Bloom & Co's. Ben B. McRoberts is lierelrom iiuli- - othcr not to trvtpao In-- protecutedwithout lull JX to the niitslon, at all such will He got one of S. JI eit extent of tho law. Signed: 51 saloons in full blast shows that the wholesale dry goods house, nnd in a short nmi huvinif iacks. GEO. D. HOI'PKR, T. J. HILL. for $325. IDIRtTQ-a-IS- T citizens are disgusted with wnter, which time that immense establishment, with Baughman, a &c McKOlIEltTS.JR. M. S. 1IAUCII1MAK. its entire stock, had been completely Dr. W. J..M. McALIbl'ER, wrought such terriblo devastation there. KUI1T. A. T. Nunnelloy bought of J.K 11KUCE S.H. IIAUtJHMAN, consumed, and live of Louisville's bravest B. Armendt, 3S cattle, cows and heifer?, S. II. SHANKS. A. M FKLAND HENRY The Indiana Supremo Court hns de- firemen had lost their lives. Tlio fire- at 1 J, young steers at 2 and larger oues at MRS. I'ENCE, I1AUOIIMAN. W.HOLMES, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, JOHN E.T. P. C. I'ARIUSH, A. J. HAVDEN, clared unconstitutional the act requiring men who were killed were on the roof Ol I). V. HOLMES M. L. RICHARDS. railroads to post notices of delayed pass- of nn adjoining building and were " Robinson A Givens received yester- I'HILIIERT RICHARDS. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. enger trains, in a suit against tho Big crushed to the cellar beneath the ruins day from C. A. Redd 11 head of 2 unci 3 Physician! prescriptions accurately compounded. ! Four for $48,00J for violating tho Jaw. of a wnll which fell on them. Bamber- yenr old mules, for whicli they paid The Signal says that J. W. Nesbitt ger, Bloom & Co. estimate their loss at about $80. vVlfao X.timl and Stock. nnd wife got a judgment of $125 against over a million elollars, partially insured, The several tracts of land owneel by Madison, 2,168 At I desire to leave Kentucky I will tell at great THE LARCEST the Sheriff of Rockcastle for selling Mrs. and the damages sustained by tho the late Alex Trihble, in STOCK OF WATCHES, hone tacrlfice a taw millt complete with houses of L. Bretzfelder & Co., ncres in nil, rented nt from 2.50 to $1.20 and lohorte engines, i tw workt, jo ox logLoilert Nesbitt's piano under an execution for wag i CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. - . 3 i.horte wjgoni. i uuckboard, i iprinK wag. Louis Graumnu & Co., W. C. Cnye & per acre, or an average of $3.00. Regis- on, and Mr. Nesbitt'a debts. . on harnrit X vokes of cattle. 1 millet, i none. gritt mill complete, and my farm of c,6o acrct of Ever brought to thit market. I'ricet lower than Mrs. Langtry lias at last secured a Co., IisaaeBaer and Virgil S. Wright & ter. tell privately. the lowett. Watches, Clockt and Jewelry He. J. F. nob land well timbered, WillMART SMITH. Tho Kentuekian reports that divorce nnd she is now free to marry Co., will swell the totol losses, it is paired on thortnotice and warranted. Maywood, Ky l thought, to $1,500,000. 0.-Millersburg, sold to an Indi Freddv Gebhardt. Barbee, of NtWS CONDENSED. , W. WALTON. THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Offers you this I 01,-01- Fall the Latest and most Complete Stock of 11 bi-i.- Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c. It is gratifying note that in the race for lowest prices have maintained the lead and propose sustain, it assuring our patrons of saving supplying their wants from our magnificent of'Zo per cent, at least stoch. Look ut these low prices: Pacific and Manchester Calicoes 5c, worth Sic; Plaid and Striped Cotton Gc worth three Handkerchiefs for 5c, worth 10c a thro papers pins tor oc; cmiaren's fuUregutar made Hose Joe a pair, worth Joe; ladies' solid and fancy Ifosc full regular 30c, worth 35c 50c. h'i.t I ri on them wdl astonish yon. some Gen-Warne- Mor-gautlel- d. amount of $1 Jeans and Dress Besides offering yon the best give away handBeginning September 7th. for even mtrrhnpin will Set aWoc. '$$ Main Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. u.ui - ct. JTavwjf purchased the interest d I Mr. Stagg, will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants of all I s former and new patrons from g. Pain Full Stock of Drugs I style. respectfully, ! ...: Oils, School Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry and. Silverware at low prices, for goods. have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repairs in the best W. B. MoHOBEBTS. NEW FURNITURE STORE! MACJK HUFFMAN, TmiDP e ibwSkU't." er 0. zzi ;.: ;,.,,.. z J"Qg l5) K o WEAKEN 3 Goods vj fJ - Furniture and Undertakers' ,. well-know- " STAFFORD, Largest, Cheapest ami Stock of Wall Paper, Ilordcr, Celling Decorations " window Shades RESIDENCE .- SALE. nt b. J HTDESTRTJCTIBIiE BTTHXAX CASKET I a, I POSTED. ,. v !r0 m3ju HD 1C TT wr ja y g three-year-ol- JEWBLEB, SAW MILL FOR SALE .- J. jS-t- r'.--s- 1.-- J . yvvWRT y T'W?ms?mr9WJM vmmmw' 'TftWF Apply to Dr. J. F. Semi-Week- ly MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Folio's Dramatic Co., at the Opera' nilit. nnd House Not a single preacher of tho K Don't fail to see. thoin. lucky Southern Methodist Confere nee feneo for Uhb our patent wiro and slat FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. Twins. Dr. 'j. W. VanArsdalc isnurs- - hn died since the last conference Stanford, Ky., September 17, 1889 fencing stacks. Sinn & Mcnefee. Hev. Kills Howell, of Marshall, III., ing his second pair of twins, boys, which ,11. IIUI1UARD, A. 31., Fivh shares lltiilding and Loan arrived a few days ngo. Ho now has' has just completed making '.',000 people Faculty Teacher. Excellent Hoarding ii.c.WALTON, MnnaKor fice. stock for Halo. Apply at this of- seven children, with the oldest but 10 1,000. He is 8"i years old and last Week Thorough. of Trainedinformation given on application. Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction Full joined together his 1,000th couple. years. ... Mr. J. L. Murphy, the excellentand MEANS BUSINESS. Xkw lot of Zciglcr Hros. fall shoes just The Ford Dramatic Company, travel-in- very accommodating general- passenger in their own special car, arrived .SunCom i: and Hi'ttle your account. A. It. receivedatS.il. Shanks'. Call in and agent of the Old Kentucky Itoute, has " Penny. we them. day and opened n three nights' engage- become n Benedict, having led to the alWatch ks nnd jewelry repaired and PoMrs. If you want a pump low down ment at Walton's Opera Housulast night. tar Miss Annie Smith, a Louisville beauA. It. IVnny. warranted. It comes splendidly recommended and ty. I can furnish you any kind Yoni account if ready, please call and call on inc. lovers of tho drama ean expect a nenson desired. T. Metcatf. The county clerk at JeH'ursonville, nettle, McHobertH & Stnyof refreshment. Ind., has issued 5ji) marriage license so Tiik bent place to buy drugs, patent Mason's (Juart .lars at $1 per dozen medicines and toilet articleH is at A. It. Tin: I.nti:i:iou Jouii.vals nnd elopfar this year, "0S of which wen-fo- r and J gallon do. at SI. Hi per dozen at A. IVnnv's. will play two inatehgnmes of ball this ing couples. At S apiece, jt will be Huy your school books, Ink, tablets, A. Warren's "Model Grocery." week. First game next Friday evening seen that he hasu pretty fat thing in li. paper, pencil ami school mippIieH of all In- kinds from A. It. IVunv. I)i:ai. Mrs. .leny Moore, of Leo at i:'M and second Saturday morning at cense alone. In announcing his marriage Kditor Summit, Mo., who wao wounded in tho 11:110 o'clock. It is a settled fact that the PERSONAL POINTS. and must play Dains says in the I'.trbourville News: K. C, accident near Silver Creek, died at I. .Is. haven't a good ball to win. Tho wedding was very quiet and inforMns. T. W. .Mum, Iiih tbo mnlarliil Hiclunond, Thursday. ...... mal, though a moxt enjoyable all'air. fever. A i. Skvkuanci: has received a very Jim Tall got on another tear Fridav The bride is one of the ui03t charming Mh. II. C. Oa.nx is in Pulaski visiting night and slapped Sylvia HailOy, a color- filthy letter from some young rascal in ladies that it has ever been cur fortune rclativts. ed lady of easy virtue, in the face. He Danville warning him that if h visits a to meet." We should think he would Mas. Annik.Sharp, of Mercer, i visit. certain young lady there lie must take is now in jail to work out a $."i line. think so, at any rate he would be afraid ltK Mrs. II. .1. McHobert". . . the consequences. The fellow is known to say anything else. Dit. as'ii Mai. W. 1. L i! mi Kit, of Paint theOttcn-helTannkhv. Charles Knsslin, nnd his cowardly act may yet land him Lick, are with Mr. and Mrs. F. Held. or in jail, ns it is a crimu to send such mattanner, will titn hides for half NEW ADVKUTISKME.VTS. Mih Ciii:ikaCim.ton, of H.irbourvlllc, give leather in payment for them at low- ter in the mails. .. Female College here. has entered the er rates than it can be bought elsewhere. Tin: Somerset people were greatly Mu. T. Coi.k (ium.v, of Covington, is Farmers would do well to patronize pleased with tho Ford Dramatic Co., and for his linn- him. here buying cattle .- tlnmo who attended their performances Mr., Annie L. Cah no longer resides uith me W. H.'lIuTciii-o.v.o- f thoC. S. H. It. Winn: we were experiencing nbont there from here speak in high terms of at my wife, and all peron are hereby warnrd has been visiting his iuother, Mrs. S. A. tho warmest weather of the season SatSint Biving her credit for anUhing C.on my acW. Mr. Clint I. Fori! as a capable young ac- count, CASH. Hutchiron. urday, the Saulleys were enjoying a reg- tor. They will play here and Huv. AM) Miw. It. II. Murosv have resnow storm at ular night and present pieces not turned from n pleaiant visit to his rela- Wyo. As tins been remarked, this is a heretofore given here. tives in South Carolina. great country. Miss Maky Jon us and Mr. K. II. Jones On iffer for ale my The value of liberal advertising is Farm account f b.id health, IThe McKmney, Ky 'I'm: stockholder hce in the South left Fridav, tho former for l'inoville, success of the Garrard Colshown in the Annixton, Ala., improvement scheme lege, which opened with 'JO boarders and the latter for Morrlfitowu, Tenn. 132 Acres. rejoicing over the receipt of notices Mihmmi Asm: ami lii.n Shanks wont arc 110 pupils in all nnd this number will be Alto 70 acrrt titubis land For particulars down to Daughters College Friday to! that a dividend of $1 n share has been I KSTES, lnrgely increased. Profs. Gordon nnd 6j McKinriey. I.inioln Co., Kj. Miss Fannie Shank, who will goiclared. As but JU1 has beeu paid to the Taylor have a good school and they have share, the interest is a pretty fair one. to school there. not spared money in telling the people ' Miw. Gkoiior II. Hum: went down to Tin: news that the Fisher estate of of its advantages through the newspa- R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Mr. I (J. Ivdclin's Saturday to see Mrs. pers. So 1.000.000 in Germany is ready for dis . Helxd Goddnrd before he leaves for her DENTIST. tribution is of great interest to .Mrs. Geo. Attention is railed to the card of Dr. Otfi eon Western home. Mam atret't, optKiiile Penman House, T. Mcltoberls, IJ. W.Gaines, Spears Fish- - W. II. Penny notifying the public of his up italic Nitroui OkiJc lui tfi'en for painle. Pnor. W. K. Shaw, a distinguished er and others who nre. direct deseendents removal to the office lately occupied by eilrailinz. STANTORn, KLN'TVCKY. educator, was here Saturday, having the of the old gentleman, and included in Dr. F. Hiillinan and to the one of minutes printed of the recent institute the '.'1 heirs in this country. It is hoped Dr. It. C. Morgan, late of J,elmnon, who i held in Hoekcastle county. DR. W. 13. PENNY, by their friends that they will realize has located hero and taken an office over Mu. W. II. Mizknek, the advance man Weareu's furniture store. Dr. Morgan their fonde-- t expectations. DENTIST. for thu Ford Co., nnd ns clever ai is In i has a flue reputation ns a dentist, which tho business, spent several days here Office South ide Main itreel, in office recently Kuii miiis tells us that a Cait. ha steadily increased since he formerly hy Or. I, K Hurfiinn, Stanford, Ky preparing fur the coming of Ids troupe. pensioner wrote, to lived here. Both are fully prepared for vacated ago a would-lrMas. Gkoimii: T. Mi Hoiir.iiTs is quite the Commissioner of Pensions and adwork in all branches of their profession ill nl the home of Mrs. Mouie Dunn, dressed him very Innocently, "Looter it of Tanner, K." The letter did not have and will do in the most skillful man Frith, near llryanlsvllle. Mr. ner possible. .. Hrodhtad went down to see her yester- time to arrive liefore the Corporal was best day. ' Maiwiaok a Failuiie. W. C. Cash WASHINGTON C0.FARMS is pretty certain he would tired, but it Mns. T. It. Walton, who has been have allowed no pension to a man who has filed his nnswer to his wife's petition liedridden for three months with a com- addressed him in that way. praying for n divorce, alimony and the On Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1889, plication of discuses, continues to grow custody of their four children. It is u I will an thepremiket tell to the highett and belt Miss Mamie, the worse, nnd hr friends are preparing for full denial of her charges of cruelty and bidder uhout limit or reere the Farm upon which I now lie, daughter of Mr. J. II. Tucker, of inhuman treatment ami avers that he the worst. of did not on ttie aid of July or at nny oth Miw. J. S. Iloiumitii nnd her two in Crab Orchard, and Mr. D. II. Carter, 300 teresting children, after spending the the West F.nd, eloped from Somerset, er time bent or misuse her. On tho conJ. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WALTON. Two hundred and Acrei summer with the family of Mr. S. S. where they were attending the fair, to trary, he claims that she assaulted him tract and 35 arret of timber detached in the home 1 hit Farm within one Myers, have returned to their home in Winlleld, Tenn., on Thursday night nnd and that in his neee.ssary defense from her wherethere hc aluayc Rood mile of Willisbure. 11 tchool, also a new 4 morning they were pro- attacks he simply endeavored to hold Chrittian church, daily mail connecting with the nt.Wclock next Florida. railroad at Springfield, the county seat, good Willis I.. Hi.m.o, Assistant Secretary nounced husband and wife by Hev. Wni. her until her rage had spent itself. A inctery direction, uffordmc easy and ccmof State, nnd Treasurers. G.Sharp passed Stillwell. The bride, is an accomplished counter petition for divorce with the letc facilitiet for freight and travel Ine rarm n In oou rep.ur, fencing i; ood, gates down from Middhsliorough, yesterday, and oiular young lady, while Mr. Car- grounds therefor, is filed and some sen in good repair, food dwelling and all neceary outbuilding fix, plenty of limber and wa where they went to got nMlde, the big ter, who is just a couple of mouths her sational developments are promised. Mr. rer, the lano; ill vood well retted anil in u high ttateof culEvery field, whether in ratu or net, it senior, is a young man of good habits Cash is represented by Judge M. J. Dur- tivationfix for Imkhii there. crept. A hue orchatu and one of in fine An eagle weighing nine tons has ar- nnd business (pntlitications. ham, H. P. Jacobs, Hobert Harding nnd the bott liarnt In the county. to look at this Farm will pleae lVrtont KKKT' SPKCIFIC curet all blood ditcatet, such at Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimplet, Ulcerated Throat, rived in Brooklyn from its home in the W. II. Miller. Col. W. G. Welch nnd J. call. It will he told for cash, the balance Vhite Swelling, Syphilitic dieaet in all its stages, Necr"i, fee. Price $t per bottle. Tin: Marshal of Crab Orchard, W. T. in one. and two years uitli interct,cr to tuit mountains of Maine. It is of granite MAVIS" IKON lilTTKRS it the most pleatant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia W. Alcorn are Mrs. Cash's attorneys. brought Win. Tucker here gives a keen appetite, enriches the hlcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles will at the tnuie time and place tell all thit it nnd has been placed over the main ei -- Saunders, m. Price Jt per bottle. Friday to lodge him in jail for making Tin: press and public speak in highest year'a cropt, contnting of Wheat, Corn, Oatt, and nervous tystf GATMKF'S WORM SYRUP is made of the bent worm killers and expellers known to the medtrance of the new post ofllce. May. etc Alio u',1 indecent proosals to a German woman terms of the company now holding the Farmsne L'tensilt. etc myetcHortet, Cattle Hcgt, ical profetnon and therefore recommends itself. It it pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price a , Si'Niuv's Courier Journal contains a per bottle. THOS K. 1'IIKLr.S, Willitburg, Ky. Klein, but another negro named Iwiards here. The Fort Dodge Chronicle GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Dhjestlon, Sick Headache, picture of Capt Charles K. Turner, who, named Price Charley Butcher put up $150 in money says: "Monto ('risto was presented by At the tame time and place Huston Hradthaw, A'C. Acts as cathartic. tale to 35 cents per bor. the trade by the Manufactured and Icr it says, is iiow running on the was not incarcerated. Ford's Dramatic Company at the Opera who adjoint ine, will tellnit Karm containing Branch. Ho entered on the JiOth for his bail and he Ky. ollered the House on Monday exenini;, and Mr. 300 ACRES of GOOD LAND WIIXIAMSBURG DRUG CO., year.of his service yesterday, during It was proved that Tucker woman a Ixittle of whisky and other Portland bin company were warmly re- Inenodfix. The best Karm for the price atked which he never km nn accident worth things to accompany him, but he swore ceived. Mr. Ford, in the title role, dis in Washington county It it )rcod, rich ltnd and mentioning. in a fine Hale of cultivation Nice new cottage, positively that he wns nt homo nt the ployed a generous share of the vereatili-tim- good barn and good outbuildingo. O. K. Yahiioiio, mnnaging editor of the Will he Heputalde witnecsts swear they ty which tho character demanded and two yean told one hull cath balance in one nnd with interett 1'ottettion ofl'Otn fanut Memphis Tenn., Sun, n democratic pasaw him near there about the time, nnd easily won his way into tho good graces given immediately per, published by colored men, was here 6i THOMAS K l'HELl'S. Is probable that he will also have to 0f the audience. His Jew eharacterir.i-answe- r S.iturday soliciting subscriptions and se- it a charge of perjuiy along with tiun was a very bright piece of comedy cured a number from gentlemen who tho other. work. Miss Jennie Ieland, the leading wished to encourage his enterprise. He lady, made a strong Mercedes, while the ls Receiving His dis- is quite nn intelligent man, with no One Preston Bullock was arrested for PERSONALTY. social equality or to thu stealing of tho mail pouch at Liv support was unusually ell'ective. Some LAND & position to demand ingston.'toldofinour Mt. Vernon rr.;oH lie costumes were sinking aim me expect it. Gieen-Hel, respondence last issue, and held to the "tage setting very elaborate. The special At Executor of the will ol Mrs Lucind.i Mi:. H. M. WmitriuiiI wife, of . Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial dee'd, I v. ill on his lelativcs U.S. Court. His capture wns ellected scenery risen matte a reiresimiK i;imi.Ku Mo., is on a visit to of tho Opera aifd witlf Mr. and Mis. W. P. by Detective Wooster and the proof is tnnn the old stambbys here Tuesday, September tlj. miles the thortest, !! hours quickest between White called nt onr ofllce ycMcrdny. Mr. lend against him. Capt. Win. Geer ' House." At Walton's Opera House At the late restdrnce of deceder.t, about one mile night. )! at from iliiitonville on tho Stanford pike, us that several of his construction "k'ht and White was jailer of this county for eilit public auction tu the highest bidder all of the years, but left for the West in 1870 and train hands saw him with tho mail sack, New Orettate 01 tne ticcctiini, consisting 01 tne CHURCH AFFAIRS. this is his tlnt trip back since then. Ik-i- which he cut open a short ilistlnco from Ml.TdU L'iUI 200 A number of preachers passed down were opened nnd Tssslsi in the real estate business and has Livingston. Entire Trains Kun Through Without Change. doini; well. scattered all around and checks large, to the Southern Presbytery at Campbells-nn.- l One yoke ol Oxen, Shorthorn Cow, registered: raised four sons and nil are Hull, 4 Milk Cows and vesteidnv. Hev. Hen Helm is in CaUcs, 3 Steers, 3 registered: Heifers, 10 head of ......... .. . many friends hero who aro de- .... mnnll with found in them, hut the , villc r Ho has yearling THKOUGH CAR SERVICE. Hogi, and the Farming Implements and crops of thief knew ho could not use them to ml- - nttendnnco from here. lighted to shako his hum! njsiln. ll.iv, Corn, Itye, tic. Hound Train No 1, Pullman Houdoir Fluff. South Kid. J. CI. Livingston writes from The Improvements on the farm consist of a tornvantage and kept only those which hail et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans fonablc dwelling house of rooms, a good barn CITY AND VFCINITY.' Chattanooga to Shreveport. money in tliein. Hullock has already Howland: "Wu have just closed one of and other outbuildings. Train N'. 5, Pullman floudotr HufTet Sleeping ... .! It goon lor .1 ocm uieeungH uvlt I...1.1 m. .!... ..lnift Term, The land will be sold for J3.000 tote6 i me hub juum paid when possession is given, tty remainder ill Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati No. Snpeiior Wheat Drills for sale. ' served a term in tne pen ami is to lack, onville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis of one week's duration witli ID additions. and is months, in equal installments, with interest' another long one in a Federal prison. toNew Orleans via M, .V O. I. M. Hrnce. in -- oil Journal says imu mo .ueuiouisi Irom dale good notes payable hen bank. Pos.ession ine and terms are com,.,.,, !lt v(.i1imvill,.. sent its onstor. given won. Fortttln ude A Da in.no Ksc.WK. Suniliiy as thu Foil S.m.k. Valuable town property. Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) plied the personalty all sums ol f 10 jrra.i.Vs'iim and under, cash; over that amount 3 rnonllis' cretl-- t j.i Heinpiuil nrotners, snerui ami uepuiy Hev. George II. Means, to conference on notes with good security, with Interest from A lot improved or a lot nnunjirovea. BH.VD TJP. of Knox, were conveying Herry Hensley with every cent of the assessments for ate nnd payable in bank. H. Warren. RKAD XOWT. I will take pleasure ill showing the land to any "TRAINS NORTH." 1KAIN ftUUTH. to the penitentiary to servo a term of all claims, a little over ',000, fully paid one desiring to bid, as will also Mr. John llarm.it:, ...111 m tt.ivt lidft'itct No. 41. No. a. No. 6. No. 4. 11 No. i. No. j. H. I1ROWN, Exor No. 7. No. 3. on the premises til years for the killing Dan H.iker, of up. STATIONS. Dailv. Daily Fast Lim. Daily. Pally. Daily Hustonville, ICy.Sept.'o, itS). on to Western point-uxLnrs Pally. Dally. Ex. Lim. Ex. Sun. Lim. term Daily. was convicted which he I.ini. Kx. Sun. The Huv. Mr. Smith, who abused All persont holding claims against Mrs. one faro for tho ronml-trip- . will present them properly proved. S 00 p in 755am L've.....Cincinnaii .... A'rv 640 am! 641pm 1015 a m 330 p m 9 17 a m 4 03 p mi of the circuit court very strange to say, the druggists from tho pulpit of tho Hap- .. Il 30 a m jipm ...yilliamstown..L.ve' 5 13 a in; 9 53ra S47Pml 9Jl,n .... 714am 11 38 p in 4 10 a m Georgetown., 10 59 a m 7 01 p ml 10 9 p m Tub Dicks Famous Patent Feed Cut- he iuinned through thu car window be- tist church at Danville, Ind., for selling 10 p in Lexington 3 48 a m 4 15 pm 700am o 15 a m 7 35 pniiioss pm 11 30pm e tueen Maretsburg and Hrodhead, while ii1Iori Wus attacked hy one of them and ter is tho lightest running and most l.vo., .Lou, S. K. R....Arr. .... ..Le.'., Arr.. ....llurgin. cutter. I refer you to parties using the train was running at a fair rate of jn tIL. ,osv tliut ensued tho preacher had As Executor of the late V. II. llraxdnle, I will ..Arr a 55 a m' 3 jap m 5 50 am 10 50 p m a m Lvc... ....lliirirm speed unit mane ins escape uiruugu his late residence In Lincoln county, Ky., near i3 pm 8 45 pm uuin 11 17 cut out T. Mdtcalf. all his intestines at them. 5 30 a m o 31 p ra Danville aai'H i) jopm 59 pm a 16 am 11 l ,A.....V.l nuu . . !.. was oiuiijivvi ..... I Mcreland, on j a8a m 253 p m 5 so a m ie lopm am J unction 45 Sarah Holland, a woman evangelist, corniieid. me iriiin ij pm 9 10 pm 11 30 a m I 00 ami 8 30 a m 05 a Hi' 115pm a 05 court notes thel somersei pm' ITxiikii thu head of 100pm 4 35 a ir. the ollicers put oil", hut they had not preaching among the negroes nt Bruns- Tuesday, October 1st, Oakdale .. ... ..... 9 35 pm 11 15a m 4 15 a ml 5 35 am 050pm tVa m Signal has this significant captured tho daring rascal at last acAr'vM.Chattanooga..Lve 020 pm 7 55a m 8 as am 6,0pm Mt. Vornon pm wick, Gu.f distributes a load of watermev 00 a m 7 35 " Sell at public sale, the esttto of said Ilraxdale cou 1000 a m 700P m,L've...Chattnooga...,Ar 9 10 item: ,rBennott Joplin returned homo counts, although he is handicapped with lons free at tho meetings. It is superflu- sisting in part of 4,7ra (ii.n. 03 p m 9 49 p iniAr-some cows, 300pm 300pm! Three aged and one t4JpillH 45 p in L've .. Jlirminghant.. Sunday from a week's fishing at Pitts- a nair Of handciUl's. This case is very ous to state that tho crowds that go to one yearling filly, four yearling mule,steer caves, I oa urn . heilers, two .' 09 p in JOrtlH ...,.... one short horn bull, fanning implements, com, ;. burg and Wist Bernstndt." 'similar to that of Hill Wilson, who with hear her preach aro enormouB. II aspin 445am Arv......tiriuin ........ .. , oats and hay, stock scales in Moreland, stock in m r ....." w. v. .j ... 630 a in II 00 a m L ve pm Ar v Meridian Danville & Huitonville Turnpike Company; three was sentenced to the peniten940"'" 10 "We received yesterday afternoon too Clay Drye 6 top m of stocL in isckson .....Ar'v ,.. o 10 a m L've John Cooper, an old aud at one shares blacksmith Iloyle National Hank, of Dan. William4 cm p mi...... shop and lot in Millegevtlle, villc; 11 15 a m Ive...,Vlcksburjf. long statement from tiary for tho killing of young late for this issue a 1005 a mj.:.. .Monroe 4 it pin L've City. Ho was given 20 time a wealthy citizen, died at Dr. II. Lincoln county, Ky, ..I over ten 0 00 it nfi..T S.jopm Ar'v ..Shreveport... Ttrms! Kor John Preetor, of Mt. Vernon, in nnswer son, nt Shelby being taken to Frank- Ihown's, with whom ho had lived for a dollars, credit olpersonalty, for all sums nt 6 per three months interest e years and while OrleahsTttSyCin nnat No. 1, PuUman lloudoir Bufiet Sleepmtf Cars, New ; time wilh atiproved se. to "A Citizen'B" letter in regard to Train annum from date through a window near number of years, of general decay. Hu cent, pernegotiable and payable In Hustonville S curity, criminal afl'".lrs. As we would fort he dashed TroIri'No '2 pllffinToudoir Buffet Sl.ealng Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati Said blacksmith and notwithstanding the train was 72 years old and had never been National Hank.credit of six months, shop and lot Tra n Vc 8 Pu llmaii Houdoir and Miffet Sleeping Car Chattanoo4a to Ctnciliati and SUepcr Interest from on will not knowingly misrepresent tho hum- Loretta V. :G. Sleeper fmm Knoxville to Cincinnati Interment Sunday at the date,be sold and security as above specified, and sonville to Cincinnati, via note was stopped and a general hunt made married, anurFHNK WOOLLEV. Trar Pass. Agt , Lexingt being, wo shall endeavor to blest human family burying ground on the lato Sam Icin alio retained on safd properly to secure the D. G, EDWARDS, Oen'l Phss. andTkt. A r..n,,al Manaeer. ho escaped capture and is at large to this ,ntiu n purchase money. Ills uci iw givn tho Btntement in wholo or in part Cincinnati Ohio, ' 11. HUOSVN, Executor. Cowan's place. ja day. noxtissuo. InteriorJournal !Ioi'k Foil Hunt. Peyton. h Stanford FemaleCollege I ! Asso-ciatio- n bus. .... President. g - - ... T. R. WALTON, -- -- Dealer n 1 walk-ove- r I, !. m Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, ami-hog- s - NOTICE 6-t ' i t old-tim- e Farm for Sal. 1 i ur Farm Contains MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, 37 de-ta- IS ... -- STANFORD, KY. j few-day- s Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. c PUBLIC SALE H.-tti- e m Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the hinds. Prices Always Reasonable. Ki.oi-emu.nt- . Containing Acres. turn-pik- tUty-fo- ur e - The Great Remedies! one-hal- f I Hards-tow- n Williamsburg, e. Ifflo Co KUFL1Y9 WINTER 4 Executor's Sale MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND GOODS. LPRWBPftTTi1 I .1 "ll d, VanArs-dale- to-tel- ls 24th, s Ciiicimiati and i U-tter-s Farm of 1 Acres Land, nm leans. - -' 1 ... , 1 ... 7 ih-h- ... . ' , , 1 -' I 1 ,. T f- - V tj ) T .,.,;".' dur-nhl- ...... I I fo-t- B 1 Executor's Sale. 1 1 . 1 I H 1 '89, I , . 1 ... (1 I Hock-castl- North-noun- ack-K- y. w.-v- A i Vm in-ou- r ,'. JTu- r - V-V'l-' - ji ! .t--- . den, Horsemen and A LITTLE MIXED. Tanner has been kicked out of tho atH FARMERS, G men 01 and Wathinir. tne counties Ltoc'oln, irraril ministration, not because1 he is u Ktiave, A StrniiKtr Who Cmne Along In Time to ... ion tvmpnu an tne news relating to matters or in but because he is a fool, just ns ,,, , ,,rBeUt 0ut unn.f icrcsi 10 mem Jr,h.T the leading ADVOCATE Published Every Tuesday and Friday maker is retained in the administration, About twenty miles inland I stopped Central Kentucky, issued Itiesdayutid trldaycf each week, $1 per ear Send cent and trvil not because be is a fool, but because be at a general storo to rest and get n bite ' for three months Address II (J lloyle, Hulncsi Besides keeping hardware, is n knave, and a knave of many Ion; to eat. .miiiger, uanvme, iy ij 83 PIStt YP!AR,iy ADVANCE ami fervent prayers. Tanner jjoes, ,10t woodenwnre, dry goods, groceries, sad-- . boots and shoes, smoked sTWhen not 10 paid $2.60 will be chanted. because be was emptvin the treasury, dlofi'' FOR SALE! t '"eats, there was a stock of, l)nd but because he .lid not have sense. cSc CO., in the rear. I got somo crackers A. M. Feland his good Milk Cows for sale, all enotiKli to hold his tonue- -a mortal sin nlulbcheC9ef nm, K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. thoroughbred Shorthorns, with caU es to days old, wilo eating there canto HUSTON'VILLE KY in the deealojsuo of an administration of hating had caltes within 34 hours of each other. n co0red man. Ho complained of Train leaves Rowland at ;:oo a. m.i returning A stood chance to get a good cow itnd a thorough"Addition, Division and Silence.' Are still In It 1 Si l eis and pains in the chest and wanted n remedy. to Ju any t a:jo p. m. bred bull calf cheup Alto hate some nice young thing In .g n We hue a full !nd The liupc scandal upon the Harrison ad- The merchant scratched his nose reof Cntes an.. Caskets of alUitids and Knhei stosk bulls tead for service. of csery decripi. n Our he irse, whuh is nearly L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ministration lies, not in the infamous flectively, looked along the shelves and A M FULAND. 3; new can be win-short nonce Mr J II finally took down a bottle, toured a , Stanfiiri. K) Oreun lias ch rgeufi nr husincss and will show ti 3Pm conduct of Pension Commissioner Tan-Mail train going North vial full and corked it up, our gJt lu an one 'uedmy anything in our " " South 3Pm ner, but in the appointment of such a line 11 37 P m and handed it over with the remark: Ezpreit train " South I .,notorious blatherskite and norm "Take live drops of that in water 6301m Local Freight North STANFORD ROLLER MILLtf bummer as "the Corporal" Jo an olllce overy four hours. Fifty cents." 3 35Pm my farm of 6) acres situated South. Absolutely Puro , the Lancaster pike two miles frnu Stanford also carry passengers. he The Utter trams charged with the responsibility of dis-- j Tho negro paid and went away, and in All persnrs wiihfig pleasant life and well laud Is all ill grass; it comfortable dwelling ot The above U calculated on standard time. Solar bursiim nearly a hundred million pleatrdwife Ut them madest This aunu a few minutes a woman came in for strengthpowder never varies. A marvel purity. retinitis situated upon It Witt sell nt bargain Stanford Ko.ler Mills use Patent It Flouryour grotime it about ao minutes falter Call for at aiut wh.ltMmmiMi. O A HKNKDICT, ittnf..rd 4t Ho took down man tne ordinary kinds and can not be sold In cery, and if the) hat e not got it on hand, urge ally. Tanner's character, or the lack of something for dyspepsia. them to keen it ut eel an ordrr from them and the multitude il test, short it, is no oetter Known now man wnen a chance bottle, poured somo of the con- competition withphosphate iw.wders low old only in get it at t'K.Mill an. trill guarantee a pleasant weight, S. O. DAVIS, tents into a vial, nnd charged her sixty cans. alum cir HAKIM. POWDKRCO, and interesting t.tmil IIOVAI. THOMAS W.VARNON he received his appointment six months cents. Then I Inquired if he was a doco W N I'd rs. Superintendent 106 Wall street. New Votk ago. Had lie been a democrat, with the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tor. Is a Candidate Tor tin Democratic nomination "e Acres of T V 17fii) Q ljlli. Land for svle Call No cr County Judge, u iject to the primary. Oct. to. lucking of every other man in the Unit CHKSS & .1IAKI2T, I1 UlV "Well, sorter," lie replied V. MT. VKKNON, on K Denny, .Shelby City, Ky. address A. On ed .States, he could not have secured such sS tf "And you know drugs?" Otfice nest door to Whitehead's Drug G. II. COOPER toie. HEAL ESTATE AGENTS an appointment at the hands of Grover "Yes, tolerably fair." Special attention given to diseases of children "You put up queer remedies for those Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Cleveland. of the Brooklyn The trail SALE OR Mt. Vornon, Ky. County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary serpent is over the whole Harrison ad- two complaints." election, Oct. 19. Gocd House and Lot at Mavood, Suitable for "Did I? Do you know drugs?" doctor or tetcher tiood Stho.il House on lot ministration the slime attaches to the Coal and Timber Lands ami Farms for sale. Cor I) L sTLl'IIKNSON. Hails, Shingles and Shoss For Sale. "I have served fivo years as prescrip-- ! Apply tj W. L. DAWSON repor.den-soluitcd garments of the entire republican party. tion clerk." 41 44 Mfywood, Ky Louisville limes. Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub' Ten Thousand ivcry, fee in Kalis acd 10,000 Poplar "Just tho man I'vo been aching to soo and Sale StabU ject to the faction of the Democracy Bill Hers. Shingles. on hand Men's. Women's Misses' and hue Knt'iT As a Mkimcisk. Fresh, ripe, for a month! I took this stock on a debt. Children's Shoes, made hv Alter. For nod & Co eacn uomo agteeu mion a f Jellico Lily BOGLE perfect, raw fruit is safe and healthful at whaticHovvcontents 10 wnieon for, but ho and keep Co.ilhand tuvNo aualitt your orders at and Mundellc, which I will selland the very lowest MISS M Nut in vard Leave the were good I have bought llieui they must be Yard or S S Mers store and they will be attend prices My stock is complete and those who want sold Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public all seasons of the year, and amid the missed over half of 'em. I've bben deal- edtopromptly. J II 1II0RINS, Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. ravages of disease, wbetherepidemic, en bargains can get them by railing. I mean busing out sorter on my own judKiucut. and 6j Starford Kv V C iivll.r.V, Turnersville. ies. demic or sporadic, general, special or lo- I'vo had mighty good luck so far." PAXTON cal. Under proper restrictions as to "Haven t you killed any one?" B. " 'Bout n dozen, I reckon; but all but Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to quantity, such frtuts as uamed will ruie the action of the Democratic parly one have been niggers, nnd theone white My Now W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. diarrhea, aid in removing colic, cold, Houso on Main St., LONDON, KENTUCKY, rns nil Vnmir nnrlmiv Vrtn. vnn fjver or any other disease whose treat liinn suit in rim nfr.,r,,!is ...,nvl-l....LONDON, KV. apply to Mr W. Stanford. Kj For 'nil- ,.... ... ... ....... ..v,.. HARRY A. EVANS or tome and ul,n,h .. ,, 3Illzeins, Stanford. terms at Danville. rv t H. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR onGood turnoutsterms saddle horsesthe most lor hiret alws)s ment requires the bowels to be kept j... bottles, and I'll keep vo over ninht them ressonable I.siTTIE N IIOLMF.S tendon Is Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, freely open; for this effect Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First point on the railroad to reach places In the fresh, tipe nnd hand yo two big dollars in the mornsubject to the Democratic Primary Klection, to be 'tion of the i'UXt class Fare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night in the mountain io held October 19, fruit is acknowledged to have the requis- ing. "New York Sun. DISSOLUTION Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular ite properties; but to be used advantaThe coptttrershlp of McKoberts ,V Sta's is by House. Ilnck from tho Country. McCLARY W. geously in health auddisease.the follow mutual content dissolsed, Mr. Statu retiring, and II Policeman What, returned to thecity the business trill hereafter be conducted by Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public ing rules are imperative: Fruit should so early in the season? 1825. McRoberts. Schools, subject to the Democratic Primary Klecl'hc accouuts will be jointly collected and the be eaten ripe, raw, fresh and perfect. It , Tramp Yes, boss, tho tion to be held in October. city's good books still be at the old stand, aft! thme indebted E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor should be eaten in moderation. It should enough for me. to us can settle any day. We Jeslre to espress our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind be eaten no later than 4 o'clock in the P. Why so? I supposed the country patronaje.tjjtXssVours truly. On Dwretlings, H usehold Kurniture, Stores, MerOTIS P. NEWLAND No Motet In Kentucky has a btter repuiition, McROIIKRTS & STAOO chandise, A. , apply to the old afternoon. To have its full beneficial ef- wns n paradiso in summer to thoso of 53 and its proprietor Is detcrmlns.J thst Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, subtha.l be maintained fect, nothing else should be eaten ut the your kind. ject to the action of the Democracy. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. T. So it was once, boss, but the farm- WALLACE E. VARXON, time tiie fruit is taken. It is to the negLightning clauses atUhcJ and damages paid lect of these observations that erroneous ers aro now all taking summer boarders, He has recently a Med Io its appointments SAM M. OWENS whether Are ensues or not, Attorney at Law, nnd work off their cold wittles on 'em. GKO II HRL'CE, Agtnl. 17 impressions prevail in many families, as Jailer of Lincoln for Is a Candidate Boston Budget. Koutucky. Stanford, county, sublect to the action of the Democratic and to an extent, too, in some instances, Also party. Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-l- i that the most luscious peach or apple, or The Komi to WritUii. rnimties and in the courts of appeal A First-ClaLlvory Stablo bunch of grapes is regarded as that much j "Mr. Jones," said the old millionaire. WOOD lOlfice over McRoberts & Stagg s drug store. G. S. CARPENTER "Yes. sir," answered bis private secro embodied cholera and death To accommoda e the demands if Ins increased Journal of transient patronage, licit Turnouts furnished Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub- Health. t tary. ! Commercial I rat elers and others I ject to the action of the Democratic party. "Here nro fifty begging letters. An- 311 Fourth Avenue, LIBERTY, KY Practical Household Hints. Jtub ' "wer.t,,e,u a' 'itli .1 refusal." N. MENEFEE your stovepipe with linseed oil. keen it t !'Ye3.' 8'r" ... . - -Dr. R. C. NEEL, Proprlotor. A,JU i0U w" Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of in a dry place and it will not rust. ? . LOUIS VI LLfe, KENTUCKY. Democracy. cent stamp inclosed the Lincoln County reply.' Hating refitted and refurnished the abote Mouse, 'ias a Cistern may be purified by char-I intend to run it in first class st)te and asW a "Yes, sir." shire of the public patronage coal put in a bag and hung in the water. "Wel'l, answer them nil on n postal." E. D. KENNEDY (THE LARGEST AND FINE8T MT. VERNON, KY. '" g"o'i egjTJ pui ineni in water; if oocieiy. i Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, the large end I rises up, thev are not ll'itel'is still maintain HOTEL IN THE CITY. This old and subject to the action of the Democracy. Kterjtlilii In Season. fresh. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeAblo Editor See here, Sir. Phunny-ma- A cial attention to the traveling public Smoke stains can be removed from miyou have used this ice cream joke M. M. V NEWCOMB. Trap., present Somerset RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDca in stoves by thoroughly soaking it in ijbotit forty times within a month, this On II Cooper street, at desirable occupied by Mr. pla e and s.an be A sery l Mt Vernon, Ky. Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, or call on a bargain Address hammock joke about twenty times, and obtained at ING TO ROOMS. subject to the action of the Democratic party vinegar. W II. ANUEKSON, Harper. Kansas, Elec.iou August, Sqo. White spots upon varnished furniture this soda water joke at least a hundred Or P M McKOIIKK Tb, Stanford, Ky. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., TURKISH A RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN will disappear if yon hold a hot stove times. HOTEL. Newspaper Humorist (indignantly) STANFORD. KY. Lexington, plate over them. Well, sir, you don't expect me to write I P C Hot, dry Hannels applied to the face stovepipe and plumber jokes Cj Kentucky. Office on Lancaster Street. oppoite in the suma n IJ"VIsW and neck are an ell'ective remedy for a mer time, do you? New York Weekly. 2. I with to sei) my larm of 170 Arret, situated on Hat ing removed to this pla.e Iroin Libert)', to & t!li tn llvuiist llic uuu rtirKttllie ihkc. 4 hiiie, iiuiii ii.hh.v Ills proietsion, ... tne attention w. ...v "jiimpini! toothache." has upon it a com- - put) He to the fact that lie will be ready at all hours Lancaster It is well watered, 2. B r onntrr. The Other Side. If your flat irons are rough and rusty, fortable dwelling house, stable, orchard in f.it, ltr or nltfhtto iner nil. in l were spent in btanfsrd and P M. P ofhis lite THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR place a little line salt upon a tint surface Fauntleroy Mother Cedric, why do allthe necestar) coiiteiueiKcs I hate also four Thirty years unnecessar) to speak ol Ins ability as cr B he deems it other trails tsmitd sell YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. you speak to that ragged little boy? He a physician and surxeon Ashareolthv patron HANSILIIR WEST, llyattstdle S fkndfor f J.T.PATTERSON, pres. and rub them over it. peoplcol Stanford and MCimty isasked ageof the will contaminate you. aoyeioiORj,B.SKINNER,pRm. tt by him. The more often carpets are shaken the Cedric Just a moment, dearest I longer they wear; the SALE OR t collects wish to tell him what a happy boy I am SW C. A. BENEDICT & CO., o o with you. (To ragged urchin) Say, cull, My HOI SK AND LOT tin Mam street Stan SEMINARY under them grinds out the thread. 'pertv and if ford co o g It ter desiraMe If the lamp-wicisturned down below I'll meet you an' de gang do wu on de coi- of by saleispossession an beprgiven Not 1; Apply Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, o P AND NORMAL SCHOOL the top of the tube, when not lighted, ner when de old lady goes ter bed. Get to K. C Warren or to STANFORD, KV MK KATE II YS. Sunford a ,7- -t plenty of bricks an' we'll bust every lamp 5, . 2 miles from ANCHORAGE. KY. I.ouIotIIIihull rnrpt of teachers; no oil will run over the outside of the mroiiiih iimtructioii. Illiili stsmllngof ncholarrhlp lamp. on de street. Iiwrenco American a n Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed at Good Housekeeping. mill atrlet discipline cliiirncterl7i-iall ilfpurtuieiits, factory prices. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal I rWL 1 - tlon I 4 J. T. STJTTOIT I . -' ri.i-- 1 I ,1 two-ounc- e - bar-roo- POWDER For Sale 04-t- f 1111 I 4 .1 H I I I V I '' 1 I- - FOR RENT. i?;-t- f. e KATE - ii..ti.. Coal 1 I 1 JOSEPH j JACKSON HOUSE. 11 " I conces-len- iSS-;-. F. so;-t- f. I Established THE MYERS HOUSE FOR mSITHAlTCE --- --- Pool ami Illllinrd Parlors ss WALLA6E, ITAFIER, HOUSE Man's Outfitter J. ., 'Louisville, Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, ,over-?1on,- 1 59-i- m NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. FOR SAIiE i F. Brlnklcy n, Brick House and Lot, ! ! Sj-t- ! I I FARM FOR SALE I I Court-Hou- Female if yLifg - . -- i ? - dirt-tha- FOR RENT. m j U k i ( young man of Hawkinsville, Ga., nnd his "best girl" quairelod some days ago and remained "at outi" with each other until the young man relented and began to devise some plan to "make up." CRAll ORCHARD, KY. He finally decided to try the ellect of a Dealer In Gap s flag of truce and cutting n delecate piece Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, of white ribbon into tho shape of a ruin-Hoots. Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens iature flag, he sealed it in a sweetlv-pi-r-ware, llnuare, ru rniture and a fumed envelope and to his Conoral Line of Crocorios, fair enemy. It hail forwarded it eilect. the tle.iiied &c. Fancy Candies, Crou Ties, All kinds of Product, taken in e' hinje for (fodf nml she at onee gave him pel minion to cro-stlie line and be haripy iinin. MISS JJSEPHINE W, PRICE, ANCHORAGE, KY. TrruisUiaril. tuition fuel, liglits, etc., tl'.si.isifor tvu uiouthn. New purlU reelsnl at nns time. A Thn Advanced Method, For Sale Fublioly. Hating located in Ualla. I'eas, and J 131. KCILTOIsr ' ! ! First Omahi Miss I'm so glad you like the story of the "Phantom Mitt, or the Shadow of a Sound." How far have you gotten with it? Second Omaha Mis-- , I'vo read the last three chapters and a little in the middle of tho booh. First Oiunha Miss Well, you'll Ik? charmed when you road the opening of the story. Omaha World-HeralHo Ciilleil on .1114 Lexington. ly to make it ni) 011 lumeduruij life. I will sell public- ep.cilni; Tuesday, October My 1, 1889, I. 31. IJRl'CE, Will WL AND FEES STABLE ST AN J Oil I). KV. M'hCI W. ATlES'TI'lNt CO.MMUIICIAI. ld tras elers Horses and cm.lcs I oiikIu anl Onl norsesatid sln es uted in lit cry tirst-cia- ss , s Settle Vith James Frye. colts, wlllsave trouble by aettlini same with Krjc, as I hae put them in Ins hands for settleM, L. RICHARDS. ment. 44 indebted 'to All persons knowing themsehes to orbesetisons of M. I.. Richards, either for goods s Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salve in the vtorld for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter.chap-pe- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, I'rice 35 cents per box. for sale by A. R, I'enny, Stanford, Ky. SI HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KV Engineering and Surveying in all branches. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO Eupepsy. This is what jvu ought to have, in fact, jou must have it to fully enjoy life Thousands are king has tho btomach ache. searthinj for it daily, and mourning because they Lord Chamheilain (excited ly) Woo-o- ! find it not. 1 housands upon thoimands of dollars are spent annually by our people in the hope Call tho feecretary of the interior. New that they may attain this boon And yet it mat Yoik Weeklv. be had by all. We (,'uaranue that Electric Hitters, if used atordlnjf to directions and the use persisted 111, w ill bung J oil (Jojd Digestion and Doc Diijs. oust the Demon Dyspepsia and install instead I Kupepsy We coinmtnd hlcctnt. Jlittirs forDts-nepsiand all diseases of Ltter, Stomach and, Kidney.. Sold at 50c and Ji per bottle by A R I'enn) s dr.igstore a , uilinzstoik water, convenient to churches, good miles of McKmney, a staschools and w itlun tion on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad "Did you call on the chawining Miss is not aUtter lllue Grass farm taxing sireI'h re Into Lewwington Iawst night. Chappie, as you consideration, in Lincoln county. It will hac to Sale to begin prompt be seen to be appreciated said you would?" ly at in a. m "Bah jove, I did." ill also sell publicly nt o'clock p in on the ' same da my House nnd Lot in McKinnr) . I his Naw, hah juve!" Is a nice little collate with jr xims, sert ants' room, "Fact, my deah hoy." veranda in front, idc porch, with a neser failing lia.k porch, t ell ot u'ood "Bali jove, you're getting to Ikj a reg- bucirv house, water onart cowhouse meat bouse, I adtc(tie .table ular terwar. When do you call again?" this property to sell anil when I say that It BOOB, I only hate one bid or, it My terms aV rea- "It isn't fixed. Miss Lowxington wasn't if sonauie tor turtner particulars see I. lutein nt home." Now York World. or II itc Alcorn, who lit es on the farm, or Col Hall A intern. n. McKmney.or write tome Sji and 8t Main street, Dallas, lexas. L. T. Vtil'SO. A Crisis In Spiilii. Queen of Spain Moi gracia! Tho baby 1 1 vs. on the lurnrstille and Mi Kiniiet pike, i'j miles from Turiierstllle, l.mi-olcounty The Farm has on it .1 -comin .., a fiu- cisfortable hou-- e. barn, meat house, tern; is well fenied with ntw cedar and iKMts and mils; in splendid repair, with utter Farm of 120 Acres, Als . ajent for h- - m wm WEXBDk mm S a O a ip 3. ro o w fj i n 5 n -- a o 3. B PS Si " d 2- - WALTER A. VOOD HARVESTING CO. tft A3 s7i ' 1 Ky. Route n n. .v m c ! o 1 a. CO en tn n I) p o S3 o srs- - a fn1v 0ne Nirrht oul tft Nlw Vnrli" Solid Vesti' i a p. O a w a-- a led Trains to a ro en vti Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Now York, Pasting all the Famous Iritima Sptln.'S by arritin ai 'UJ I'nii t C Hit.. tt and tne Sea bhure the ncut atternoon 16. Time Card In r.ffect July d Public Sals o? and Personalty, As Ksecutoriof R. V. Oitens, det'd, we will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Thursday, Oct. 10th, IG89, At his late residence in Lincoln county, Kv , two miles K.ittof Shelb Cty, tlir follow Ine; tracts of Laud 130 AcrOd kottn as the McKnherts and Slic-I- by Idiid, situated on the Stanford and Knob Lick turnpike, Fast of A K Demo's EASTWARD. FasiMmlFasiVt.s Daily Lspress Kx Sun Dally 11 31 11 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, :' A Woman's Discovery. ! vJt. Le Stanford " Lexington ' and that too by a lady in this county. Disease WaUiJjLJ !W n fastenrtl 11s clutches upon her and for seten je irs II LE? she vtithstnd its settn-.- i teU, but her Mt.ilnr The Nobbiest & Most Stylish gans were undermined and death seemed immi- - I nent. I'or three nidnths she coughotj iucesaiitly Stock of mid could not sleep. She boiiijlii oi a bottle of Dr. King's Nett Discovery for consumption and uassoniuch relieved on taking-thsfirst d"e that she slept all nuht, and with one buttle she has been miraculously cured Her name is Mrs I.u- Ever brought to tho city of Lomitille, now- open liter I.uti" IhuswntaW. C H.tmrick .V Co of Shelby, N C Get a free trial bottle ut A. It including the I'euiiy's drujsture KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS You Cannot AlTord And also my own importation of Kn'lish Hati "C ?" At this season of the year to be tiithout a zood re, and Cans. An detain line oi Canes and Lyon's '11'' liable Uiarrrueaboltnin in the house, at cramps Celebrated Umbrellas alwus 011 hand. Kine colic, diarrhoea and all inlluivmatiuii of the stomKind Lady to trump) That coat you SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, ach nnd bowels uie exceedingly dangerous If not have on is pretty well worn out, itin't" it? attended to at once. One Mtltf of Doggs" Diar. Tramp Yes, madam, I fear that it has specialty Orders out hruea Dalsam ttilldo inor ifomt in cases of the Gloves and other Furs, gone to the-- doga. Clothier and Furld of city solicited, perfect aatisfactlor pjaran kind than .my otuer medu ine on earth. We guar nisher. iced. Don't tail toorder a NODUY HAT J i nntce it A U, Piinoy Dmjr.iht i 511 4TH AVENUE, ' Another wonderful discotery has been made LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I H A T 09 (S3 world-reuoun- 11 wmmwmhw -- izxrt ir.Tv (mum AM w , " " " " ' Olive Hill A trartol 84 AcrOB, hem-- ' it part of the Her-tc- t " Ashland llrliu place, situated on I'ow ell lane with also " Catleltsburj; a riKhtol way to Stanford and Knob Llrk pike " Huntington .. . Arr White Sulphur. A trai t nf 1O0 Acroa of well timbered knoll ' rhsirUttsville..,. land, situated on White Oak. " Washington " ll.tlilinorc 1'irvt two tracts nre in ahull state ot cullita I'lnladelphh tion, will tented and umrnproted. " New York Te'ins made known nday of tale. Ulchniond. Va.. J. (J ,V W. l GIVEN., Kx.irs " Olill'nlntComfort At the same tune and place, as surtitiu partner tif the linn of It V. tovens .k Son, I Hill isell pub lirly all of the personalty owned by said linn, con. sntini; principally ot 5 work Mub, 40 )i'urlniir inn us, 3 nice )oun saddle Horses, harness mare suilal le fur a lady In drlte, race Mare by Ward jnce, 1 Filly by Duke of Montrose, i ye.tr.nld filly by Leonatus and 3 nice brood Marrs; ft je.trlint; Cattle, 4 yearling H'Hf'r;ndr Cows and Laltes. 6 fancy bred Sliotllurn Cows, II registered: aS llojfs and 7 Skoals-- , the Crop , consisting of com res of Corn, Hay, both timothy and closer, and Oats in stack' ,t complete set of I arming Implements, consisting of i McCnrmtck Hinder and t Mower, 1 j burse Waxims and harness. Corn Planter, Ilay Rake, iilor Mil', Harrows, Ac , i Harm' be nnd i lUnk V I' t.lVFNS. bo.rd tJ T D Lnglish, Auctioneer 1 ) ear-olC 37-- Winchester K. U. Junctioa. Mt Sterlinj l'restou Mnrehcad 11 I 1 a, pm 03 37 pm m, 45 ui n 6 jo pin 7 30 .1111 6 j3 pmi 8 10 am 7 Daily n 3 a; am Kvprcs Fast p. .1' XieSSiSi.',,-- i " "J uOk. . o P 5 P. a rr f& mi M ADAMS & SON, t i.uounvAY. LEXINGTON, jfeak i f S jii ' ' KY. ss. 1 40 nm 4J 1 01 n 6 Oi pra 10 40 pin, 1 6 m pm 10 53 pm 1 6 jo pin is M ami , 6 is am in 11 00 am: 4 1 3 4 i r1" 10 pot I t 1) pm to 11 19 J. 51 nin id am ,1111 rSt3aiolLasji'aU-JsVv- f.-4i- 05 am pm ",,,,, ... . 3 SS ... 9 a Norfolk 40 pml 8 05 am J Oi im 11 3c am 6 35 pnii3 00 11 so pm' S to nin P" ti am 3. limn 10 am jo pin 3 jo im 45 pm f. i. 13 pm ' 05 am ' fr . nvtiuiin I "CV 'Jw ji COMPANY 6 1 - CREAM I LEXINGTON.KY. J '' Returning, fast Vcstibulcd from New Vork and nil eastern points arrives nt Wunlwster 404 mi daily Cist mail innu and I.exliuton 4 17 p II timintuti and all points east arrises Wiuche-tc- i 11 33 a m and Lexington 11 4J noon daily Lx. Fast express froin' HiiuiiiiKlait, cept Sunday I'arkersbur); and Wheeling arrises Lexington 10 35 p m daily Olive Hill accotnmodutioii airlves Winchester' Lexington 7 10 a III and Lexington 8 10 am; leaves 5 40 p m, Winchester 6 40. For tickets and Infarinutiim writeor apply to 11 111 tlefOn .?W.&yu.-fv . O W. IlARNin, luketAgcnt S. A. llROMIlKKtl, Trav Pass Act. J I MritTJIY.f'cn'l 1'asi Agt J D VARRINOrON.Jd V I' ,Lelu'ton, Kv i M!i