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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889092001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. buni- - Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889. McKINNEY. 11. NO. 63 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .Swine-broad DEATH'S DOINGS. t F. Gaines bought of G. A. Business with nil our merchants .Judge linker liml about nil tho midnight, September Kith, surrounded 50 ewes at J.l.lo. ness ho could hold down In Inn court seems to be on the increase. Crow A: Co. furnish tho ice to keep Louis Coffey sold to a Pulaski pnrty by her devoted husband and friends, Friduy and Saturday. Mrs. I'anthea McKinney, wifu of T. It. a fine brood mare for S10. A woman named Mngee, of Clny cool and coul to keep warm. from this -- Joe Colfoy bought of Tone Hunn a Walton, fell into that sleep that knows The three eloping couples county, and John Jones, of Leslie, were earthly waking. Fivo years ago next part last week have nil returned, well pair of work mules for $1100. brought hero l'rldny, charged with We Our pleased with their short stay at Winllekl, The Kentucky Fanners' Institute week, in the same room, thealmostiden-meet- s acquitted. but were tical crowd was gathered to witness her at Bowling Green Oct. There law been more drunkenness Ten n., ami settled down to business. If by chance you should see a red A.T. Niinnellev honuht of W. K. happy marriage to the man now bowed in London In the past few weeks thiui down in grief. It was a joyous occasion, for Hoinetiiiiu before. I presume that It headed man with a skinned nose and Lawrence n hunch of fat cows at '1 cts strangely in contrast with the one enact. A T. N'unnelley bought of Adntii in brought about by a change from Swiss two teeth out, seeking a dentist, don t la; alarmed, it was only a gun kicked Pence H)- - head of fiit ewes and lambs at Ul1 Moud.iy night. Then all was hope wine to new brandy. him. The riiuirioi has not been heard Near Bush's store John Ilodkin '-We J. K. Bruce bought of Bright k dropped a allot gun, which wa.s from. I n spite of Inclement weather and Swincbroad for Dr. P. W. Logan 7 ewes the life, recently so full of promise, slow-of OfAT discharged by the full, und several what ly ebbs away. Husband, mother, father, dark nights Ilevs. Woods and .Snlleu aru at ::i.:t:ij. entered the back of Abu Williams' bend .. lw.vj.,1 Ulutlll llf1, ll.1V 111(1 f.lit.lilo progressing witli their meeting at the ,tuitii;ii:!4 Bob Thompson, of Garrard, sold to r,a..i, i.u,.i.. .ii.it iiivimn mi; .!, mid neck, slightly wounding him. mer- an Anderson county ilrm '22 mute colts around to catch the lust expiring sigh John l'earl, one ol the beet mail Baptist church. By agreement the ' ami mingle their teais in poignant grief, chants will all keep closed doors each at So2.50. messengers on the road, went in his ns Paiitheirs spirit takes itsillght. It was A. M. Feland sold to Font Fox, of alout hIx weeks ago, but they day 11 to 12. W. A. G turn's saw mill, which lias Garrard, yesterday, :i Shorthorn hull n sad nnd awful hour nnd such ns stirred to give him tin. bad a demoHeem loth . to deepest emotion hearts unused to Ouei'COatS, IteaVll lOei<S, crat an he in. John la going to "conlliie" been located at South Fork for several calves for $"(). I U$ht weep. Of u bright und sunny disposiyears, is being moved to Oneida, Tumi. T i 1 7 75 Ben A. Spalding sold 21 mules to j?i i mo 010 1 jx hiiiiHelf to the goodb business. j. colons, jj.sj.jlo, v, oaietju svjoes, tion. anxious nlwavs to make other teo-sLujj uiuc for pensions W. B. Smith and wife will go there to Spalding it Thompson for $;I2.oO, to ho Fourteen applicants pie happy, Panthea was loved by nil who' Boots Shoes, ivomen'v were examined here last week and the keep biardinghou.se. Joseph Smith,, of delivered October 1. knew her, und her death will be deeply ' Nicbolnsville, was here last week visiting C. K. Gentry has disposed of '29 of board was ousted Thursday. The new Gloves: Goat, deplored by many outsidu of bur home board organized Saturday, which Im com- his mother and Bowman Smith and the :0 ponies he brought from the West circle. Years ago she accepted Christ posed of DrM. II. 8. l'itmun. T. J. .Mntson family. some three weeks ago, at 10 to S75. We very much tegret having to give I). X. Prewitt bought of various par- and uniting with the Presbyterian church be complete whole stock and It. T. JUuisey. ritman was a memfew up our neihbor, Joe W. S.dlce, anil his ties in this county a lot of young heif- oho died strong in' tho faith as an acceptlopub-licaber of the old board, but being a ed child of God, and went to live forevIlarrodshurg ers and steers at $10 to S15 per head. ho was retained. Caldwell and most estimable family. can be proud of them. The Knights of Love Lilian! sold to John JoluiBon, er at His right hand, where her loved Searleh were llred and .Matsoii and the Grip and all others nre assured they of Boyle. 10 head of hogs at ones can meet tier in glory, if they are appointed in their placet. Grigsby, the woman who will receive kind treatment by stopping and John Brightsold to same par- faithful to Hun. The immediate cause ' cents Mrs. Mary of her death was peretonitis, but she gave birth to a child on the train Wed- - with him at the Commercial Hotel, Ilar ty !0 at same price. suiiered from a complication of diseases, rodshurg A dark red sow, weighing nliout 2."0 nemlnv nleht between Livingston and J. It. McKinney is erecting a nice pounds has strayed from my place nnd I which for three mouths bafiled the skill1 Hazel Batch, is still at th6 section-housof several physicians. During this long here and is being well eared for. She dwelling. Several from this part attend- will give n liberal reward for her return. time tier husband lovingly attended bur ed the Somerset fair last week. The en- G. II. Cooper, Stanford. baa four children with her and was on receiving county, terprising J. II. Mullius is having quite George P. Bright has sold for his and nt no hour, night or day, since her her way from Texas to Scott would probably have n number of It.lt. ties put out at this father, Mr. Greenberry Bright, in the sickness was lie not near to minister to Virginia, and I every want. Xo man was ever more readied her destination before the birth place. Mrs. Initio Wainscott, of High last week, nearly 100 ewes, at prices her faitiiful in hii duty of love am Bridge, is visiting the family of Col. ranging from 5:1.2.) to ;:!.(MJ. of her child had she not been detained Shu bought her tickets of Bibb. J. A. Vunliook, of Woodstock, J. T.I locker has rented the King score lie can nave no regret. Iverytlung at A- M. and when hIiu arrived at has been visiting his brother, J. II. farm, at present runted by J. II. Swope, was done for hec that could be, but death the 0. Mrs. W. C. Lewis has been quite forJSOO. It is said that Mr. Swope lias had claimed her and his victory was onsoon every Louisville thu conductor on the L. A: N. complete. ly a question of time. Tho burial occur- O. sick for several days, but is better at a position under Uncle Sam. refused to accept the coupons of the A writing. Dr. Moore reports Freddie The Brinkley farm, on Buck Creek, red at o'clock Ttiesdav afternoon, after A M., which caused her some delay and this Gooch, who lias been lingering for somu 10 miles east of town, was sold last week a short service nt the grave by Dr. Mor- Q 3,5 GOO&S V Oil tO conslderablo trouble. She Anally sucfever, now out of tonu Ohio man for $l.i,000. It will be ns hvnns, anil then the mortal remains ceeded, however, in getting the O A M. time witli typhoid danger. George 8. McKinney and fami- used as a sheep farm. Someiset Hornet. of the beloved was consigned to earth, to Agent to pay her the money, with which WQOl ClotllS, 111 GlllgliamS, ly have inovcd'into the residence lately Cattle remain at about the same awaken in His image when the final Hhe bought ticketa to Bristol, Teim. Tho vacated by John S. (Juod. J. P. Crow-i- figures in Cincinnati, 1J to 4; hogs nre trump shall sound. The tender love of ClotJlS, $'C , SfC. passengers raised $!." for her Wednesday oiler- able to be out again. J. Will James a littte higher ami run from Ilj to 4 10; u111nyfrie11d3wasshownbyH0r.il night. , grave s Shoes ami w ife, f Crab Orchard, have taken sheep nud lambs are strong at 2 to 5 and ings, which covered thu in beautifnl profusion. To the aged neighborhood has been rooms at the Commercial Hotel. best COUUtl'y. Huuu.k. Our IIJ to0parents, nnd especially the old mother . very seriously infested with At the sale of the Spendthrift There is one loss for which the world given school for iuite a while and a number of our Xew York Monday, thecoltsand now tottering witii the weight of more A years ami ten, ami the property by vields no sulwtitute. A man may lose a fillies brought an average price of $812.-o- than shoes citizens have ion valuable them. Mis Jennie Alexander, who ban fortune and recover it; lie may lose his see us. The highest price was for a colt out husband, our much loved brother, whose Come heart nre crushed and bleeding, we ofbeen on a visit to her winters in Itourbon good name and retrieve it; lie may lo.e a of Pluube Mayllower, $:i,02r. child ami have other sons and daughters fer what poor consolation that can come county for tho pat six weeks, returned Altshelcr ,t Co., Horse Cave, of man. May God look down in pity on home" witli her father, Mr. T. Alexander, to call him father; lie may lose a sister 17 good cotton mules at an averperpctu-ntI- age of SiK). Some 20 suckling mules al- them anil bring them at last to meet Pan. who attended the conference at I'Hris. and other sisters shall lie left to the one; or a brother, and still retain Heav10 Mr. II. J. Luce, who has been of on a so changed hands at $00 to "). There then and their other loved ones in en, where there shall be no more part.. I,... .l days' visit to Nieholasvillo ami Paris, re- it fraternal hamlgrasp within his own to Su .. ulx.ni.. , L.i. ..mil f.t e the world a cherrier place to tarrv ings, no more suffering nnd no more Mih. II. F. Fugleturned home : voungsters. lilasgoiv limes. ., Weai'C now receiving man is convalescing; also Mr. Ureen-berr- iu, but a man locs bis mother, though stock Jake Graves sold to Simon Weil span T. C. Anderson, of Montgomery Ilright, who has been routined to he live to round out his four first class export cattle at I cents. Con- hii room nud the most of the time to his of life, no other lips can truly call him nie Gaines bought last week in Lincoln county, one of the largest Shot thorn bed for the past three week, "was able miii, and upon no other can he genuine- county 100 sheep at $1 per head. W. B. breeders in tho United, States is dead. to adorn himself and till his place at the ly bestow the sacred name of mother. Kidtl bought in this, Madison and He had in his Sideview Herd the finest-breIs Batts cattle of the world. table yesterday morning. Our pike men It the one title which, like the moon Montgomery counties Jill) cattle of nbout W. ti. Stringer, the old hachelorsad-dler- , IPe I.IU). I to nre taking advantage of the dry weather in the evening sky. outshines all selected best 1,500 pounds average nt Windied at Waynesburg this week of we aru linving by metaling their roads lights. Joe Moore in Danville Advo- chester Democrat. 'Overalls, from end to end, the president of the cate. The Georgetown Times icports l."0 Bright's discii.c. pike, Mr. li irons, giving Hush Branch could be Intimating the value of tho State's cattle on the market Monday. Feeders The Lincoln County Teachers' Association his old road a thorough overhauling. Lproduet of tobacco at an average value of sold at $Il.27J to $11,513; one lot of good The chase has become one of thu most o cents per poiiml, it amounted to thu ones, 1,200 pounds, brought $o.(S5; year- Will meet at Pleasant Point on Friday Our of fashionable sports of our people and colossal sum of Work mules by night and Saturday morning, Septemhor! Hl1o70.0."; the miiiiu lings $2.75 to $:).07. complete, and, we qualquite u number of them wliile away the of tlie wheat at an average of 70 cents pairs sold nt 22o to $.'125; good horses in 27th and 2Mb, witli the following prohours in the Held and foront listening to per bushel, amounted to $7,10:1,001. HO; fair demand at good prices, ranging fiom gramme: Welcome Addres-- By J. It. Wall. the musical solos of their favorite leaders the corn at an average of 21 cents per $10 to $250, according to quality. A largo Response, Uev. J. M. Cook. cross hill ami dale. ns they bushel, amounted to $12,S70,2S7.o0 and uumbor of mule colts weie dispo.cd of at Results of the Past Year's Labor W. average of 24 cents per $15 to$iK). To render a man happy ami contented tho o.tla nt an F. McClary. The steamship Knglaud, of tho four his homo influences must be of an agree- - bushel amounted to$!:Vi,010 7' the Kssay Shall the Burden be Curried by Line, sailed yesterday with tho enticing character. Ibis must products amounting to $;5.",12l,0)7,iiO. largest singlu able and the Few? Mrs. Annie Carrier. A C SINK. shipment of live cattle evJ.N yENEFKE bringing over $:i.",000,000 in be the spot to which lie can retire for Foureiops Purposes of the Association W. F. er curried out of that or anyothur Amerione yciircxhihita a very satisfactory con peace and quiet enjoyment the green Xiles, W. 1). Drye. of all'airs in this State as regards can port 1,250 live steers, averaging isle in the oeean'of life ever warmed dltiou Kss.iv Our Duties as Members Miss fully 1,100 pounds each, and 1,000 hales Dealers In- by genial words and Hindu fragrant with its agiieultural resources, and yet there of hay ami 1,000 bags of corn went along (low era. Contention should never enter nre ncres on acres unfilled and a waste. '.low Shall" we Increase Membership to keep the animals alive. This would Hickman Courier. -- 7 there, but the good wife, yielding, yet M. D. Wall. make the live stock shipment by the inlluenced by kindness, should aim to Shall we Form a Library for tho Etc.. Sam Jones gets $100 n day for preachKnglaud worth not less than $110,000. render her hiisb.uid's home an earthly ing the gospel or for his views of the fit of tlie Miss Kate Bo- Morelnnd it Lee sold to C. C. B3C.X3XTDS li: gle. Let this bo tho case and gospel, and Bob Ingersoll gets $200 or paradi.se. of Lincoln, 15$ stock sheep at Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, l.'ps anil Downs of School Teachers' men who will prefer $,'!00 n night for preaching against tho there will be few $:i.t)0; to S. M. Santlidge 125 at iVM nnd Lirys Miss Bettio Kubanks, alternate tlio barroom to thulr own homes or the gospel. Neither salvation nor damnaFEITCOG, 10 at $.'!. to Jim Baughinan Wyalt Mrs. J. F. Gover. company of tho vicious nud dupraved to tion is free in this speculative age. If a II uglier! has sold ids crop of wheat, Cedar and Locust Posts. about Sham Work Mr. Hide, Win. D. Dye. that of a kind and tender hulpmntu. man tells you how to get to heaven you 1,000 bcshels, to thu Mercer Coal nud We Mill carry a lull stock of everything found in a Lumber Yard. Tho Ideal School Mrs. Goverand Mrs. A. C. SINE, Iluduess Manager. have to pay him and if lie shows you Grain Co. nt 70 cents, Tho Kdw.ird Hiccough may ofttn bo Mopped by Canier. holding the breath, by swallowing n how to go to hell you have to pay him. Hughes farm of 2(:i ncres, was How to Secure Public Sentiment in It is pay if you do und pay if you don't. county court day for $10,7811 to Xelson piece of bread, by a sudden fright or n Favor of Batter Schools W. F. McClary, ' Jessamine Journal. Winguto. Chas. T. Worthington bought T. S. Benson. draught of weak liquid. When from (1 Ilool: Krrplno, Short ITioitt.Telrarfiphu.Ar.n heat and acidity ol the stomach in chilWhy ? Miss Alice Stuart. now they liavu invented a noise- - here Monthly suckling mules at prices And B" ir for Cnliilof,u- - oml full lii!n'mllii,LUU I K. Y . M. miu will be less, smokeless powder Tho time will ranging irom ). to OVI dren, n little rhubarb mid chalk X. B. Pleas.mt Point is of ensyuccohs, showed his stock in 11) rings at tho Rom-o- r situated about 10 miles south of Stanford Should It proceed from eillcacious. come when a single shot, w itliout smoko of the nerves take, a few drops of noise, will leave nothing of an army l''set fair and took 1!) premiums. Aged on the Somerset pike, and about J miles eal volatile, with a tunspoonful of pare- wive a hole in the ground. Then will mules brought 011 the street Monday east of Kingsville. Tho public is earnest-- . or 110 good ly requested to attend. Teachers, let us St 00 to $1."0. rwenty-Ilvgoric elixir. the sword be beaten to a This notice forewarns hunter, fishermen and ycailing mules owned by rations parties do our duty. tomsvnit HiwAiBArCHiCAc6Rt(i othcr not to trfipais on our lands without and the canvas tent turned into a grape W. F. McClarv, "The wotlJ grow weary praising mm, mission, ns nil such will be prosecuted to the " Pres. L. C T. A. est extent ol tnu law. ainea: harbor. Tho horrors of war will he tho were sold in ones and twos, bringing And wearied Krows f beis; praised from 0o to $So. Wils Dunn sold MonHut neir wraried i;rows the pen prevuntivo of war. Glasgow Times. A To the Democracy of Lincoln. GEO. n. HOPI'KR, day to C. C. Sandidgo one WIhi.1i write, the truth. Out have aniaied IIAUC.HMAk, Leawng lloth l.M. McKOllKKTS.JR. M.S. the thousands who hare been g'en up by their A Good Cough Syrup. stallion by Barney Wilkes, dam by Being conscious of tlie fact that noth- KOI1T. McAMSl'KK, J.K 1IKUCK physicians and who hae been restrred to S.H. by Putclien, for $500. Advo- ing short of n thorough personal canvass S. II. SHAN'KS.llAUGHMAN, 11AUC.IIMAN. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI There u uoilmiK I'.itcnti (.lioulil be o careful llclbriuo, A M KKI.AXO MRS. HKNRY health bvusiiiK that safest of all remedies JOHN W HOIjMKS, aLotitanelecilnsac nigh lynip Dcifti' Cherry cate. K.I.l'KNCK. which will Insure 1110 success in tho race for Dally, Secures to Travelers, for functional irregularities and P. C. PARIIISH A I. HAVDKN, Cough S) nip com no more tlnn tlio cliop nnd inM L. RICHARDS. aru the liannof womankind. Wo refer, uf course, A hotel guest at the Thousand Islands jailer, nnd Hindi canvass being impossi- II. V. lini.MKS ferior nostruint thinwu on tho market. Tlie bostU only 1'IIII.IIKKT RICHARDS to Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription, tho THE MOST RAPID ROUTE be sure an J get IlKOCiS' ClIliKRV asked tho colored waiter what game ho ble at this hour, hereby withdraw from guaranteed cure lor all thoie chronic ailment, none 100 kooJ, the race, thanking my friends for their Kver attempted between the Rreat commercial guarantee on the COUGH SYRUP. WeU'cuitun hand nt all liked best, nnd received tho reply: "AlHead the peculiar to women. cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence time. A. R. Penny, Drtigit. W. L. D.iWbON. most any kind of g.imu'll suit me, but encouragement. the fastest time and must comfortable trains bem tween all points in the South', or to the West and StinTlcs and Shoss For Sals. what I likes best is an American eagle, What A Fortune Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all To regulate the stumach, liver and bowel,, Dr, Xurly 5S.0JJ.0J) of increase in tho foh runk lines Is denominated The Limited Kxprcss. And ho got 011 a silver dollar." Is n ijoxl healthy, nearly skin. Kew nro uwaie served ricrce'a Pellets excel. One a doe. public debt in the last two months. The superb rolling stock we employ give, patrons '!,one. of the slmrt time It Hikes for a disordered liver to Unlimited Comfort More than S:il,00,000 incieaso in tho TAt all Coupon Ticket Offioes in the South Flat Rails acd io.ooo Poplar Ten Boggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. causo blotches on the face, mid a dnrk icroat)' skin, Common silt moistened with lemon National expenditures in tiio Inst eight Shingles.Thousand you will find our time tables and tickets. Say III iinii I'l IMI'IKI; nn.l ti.... l...,l.nr plendid satufactli n to the trade tmd Vomen's Misses' and get Monon and stick to Monon, II you want have on hand Men's, It siting form a paste, implied to freckled )nout,iii Tho republican organs aro Children's Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood & Co. to save money and have a pleasant journey. which on be iiI.oon.MAKicltiil restore this organ m its juice to the sales are positively mar1ou, If. O.McCORMICK, and Mundellc, which I will sell at the very lowest It i tho i,,,b,icati?n ?l accounlod for in no other way except that General Passenser Agent, Chicago, prices I nave boii;!)t tnent nnu incy niun uc City Ticket Agents and Oflicr'V. doubt the be,t on the market. Ask for facts. But they are not squirming half sold. My stock i complete and ,IIU. HIIU ..III without from tlio seashore. When dry flro I. M. Uucknkr, 3j; sth Ave., Louisville. Ky Wo keep it, A. succcks. We ifuaranteo every bottle, A. It Pen back barKatus can ct tnem by rallinij. I mean and be uro you jet the genuino. ,," w c. ilAlLhY, K. A. Torkknck, 119 Vine St., Cincinnati Ohio. uy, Drnguist. minutes, wash oil and apply cold cream, so hnrd ns tho Druggist. I moon-shinin- Walton, At thu solemn hour of COLD WEATHER. are getting ready for it. 17-1- 0- ucei-dental- ly 1ZZ,ZZ: A 1 "" W. part have already gotten in CLOTHING, ti it - and tu 1 heavy J Our children's. and unlincd. and in men's, and Kid, and Bach, lined in a days. will n Bam-be- y 200-poun- 1 e BRUCE McROBERTS SEVERANCE & SON Announce that they are now New Goods And will have as Fall - Van-hoo- Trade k. department Example 0UrDrSS Henriettas, s now-mad- e - mud-dog- s ' year-lingsi- n three-scor- e PeiiailgS, Prints, Ladies JIisscs and Children' are from the manufacturers ill the away with serviceable linen each pair of sold. all Pansy and pur-cha-- e NEW x GOODS our of the ....-,- I al-- o. y henrt-nche- s. d FaH&WinterDryGoods have stock Ici-sc- r 'Sea)is Pants, , $1-1,- ' ity and price. Flannel Shirts, $c, that found in the market. staple and fancy GROCERIES is guarantee satisfaction in Xa-tion- al JONES BROTHERS. SSgyE & gIEPIEFEE. - V -- ftOTmH AFD DSiESED LUMBER,SASH, DOORS J$m PATENT WIHE A1TO SIiAT tirst-cla- Bene-Associati- on Laths, Shingles, San-ditlg- V e, I s BRYANT & STRATTON Business College LL y j t 1 POSTED. plow-shar- e. o I per-ful- l- LHHQEw three-year-ol- d NEW FAST MAIL com-nl- 1 bottle-wrappe- r. I i Mo-no- n, rrr ' 4 K Penny, t"? - 1 ih. I tax-payer- s. J f A i f Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 20, 1889 Tho number of immigrants that havo Wk havo boon notified by Gov. Uuck uerofour appointment as delegate to arrived at Castle Garden since January Stanford, Ky., Seitemeer W. F WALTON. deep-seate- d e 1 TiiEitK is a opposition to Mahono and his methods by the self-rspecting Virginia republicans that no alleged "pitched up peace" between tho two factions by the National Committee can overcome. Tliey are unutterably Offers Complete Stock of and unalterably opposed to the methods of the little boss and unite in tho belief Gov. Ik'cKNER has issued a proclama that he is without possible hope of suc tion explaining to tho people of Harlan cess. They say mat limy ou.wu his re.ihons for sending State troops there men will either refuse to Vote and calling upon them to give a hearty or boldly support tho democratic ticket, support to the effort to secure law and and that Capt. McKinney's majority for order. Tho document, like all of the governor will not fall far short of 25.000 governor's public papers, is a model of and may go to 35,000. Tho administra- pointed, concise and patriotic expresstion is backing MalioHo and so is Quay ion. and Dudley, but if half of tho reports Wk give a good deal of space to John from tho Mother Stato bo true, ho will ba eternally snowed under, despite otll- - Proctor in this issue and leave tho pubto note IS Vane tnv Inmost. rti'ins: inn h.n.v.n mn in tti hi-- cial patronage, boodle and other devices lic to judge if he has made out a case. ed propose to by Wo have no desire or intention to do of the devil and the republican party. cent, him injustice, and hopo we shall never fmm. . ..,..-..-n.Ui cent. S 3 His liberal contributions to the relief have occasion to speak of him in connecstock. Look these low fund being raised for the families of the tion with an affray of any kind. seven firemen, who suffered death in the And now there is to be a collln trust. him for $5,000 damages. Calicoes oc, discharge of their duty at the terrible fire She; Cottons Sunday niuht in Louisville, is another This means higher prices for them, which atiC; wee good murderer of SerDavid Lemons, tho 5c, 10c piece; reminder of tho almost unlimited gener- are out of all reason now. If the thing geant Webster, of the United States Arto? 's Jfoso 5c osity of Mr. W. N. Haldeman, president keeps on, few of us will be able to my at Fort Reno, I. T., was sentenced in oc; Hose to 50c. Company. Those afford to die. of the Courier-Journthe United States Court to be hanged on who know tell us that there is nothing John l. Sullivan is practicing for the 0th of November next. of a worthy character that escapes his It is stated that the president is in Congress by getting blind drunk nnd '.stock Goods. charitableness and that the amount ho receipt of numerous letters from G. A. R. 1 he low playing tho devil generally at Boston. gives away in a year would surprise any( life for liringTan- cranks threatening his , mai-ketof these we one. Ho is exceeding'. sympathetic in to NZWS CONDENSED vera handner nnd that detectives are employed to some ORGAX. his nature and is sometimes imposed up1 see that no damage comes to him. every to The L. & X. is said to have secured on, but the error is of tho head and not A bill making it a misdemeanor to VW to to the Western and Atlantic. kindest--heart- s in human of one of the give or in any way furnish minors An Adair county woman gave birth sell, breast. Long may the grand old man with cigarettes, has passed both houses baby last week. Main Nt., remain at the head of two of the best pa- to a of the Georgia legislature. The penalty 31. SALINGER, D. M. Lacker and W. A. Stewart pers in the world. both. is fine or imprisonment, or have been appointed gangers in this disAt the time of tho reformation, the avThe Supreme Lodge 1. O. O. F., is states that Hon. trict. The Courier-Journ- al Reports erage life of man was 21 J years. In the in session at Columbus, Ohio. A bitter cold wave, accompanied by Jim McKenzie is not a candidate for the are 1,1541,275 members early part of this century it was rather Senate and credits him with saying that snow, has just swept over Michigan and show that there in tho world, fully a quarter of a million more than 4!ll, and certainly has not hon- the Northwest. while he would like to have tho more than the next largest secret so lessened since. That means that as Lewis A. Groff, of Omaha, Neb., has or conferred on him, he thinks tho ofmany people live to 70 now us lived to 40 ciety. fice too dignified to be scrambled fornnd been appointed Comtnitsioner of tlje Stagg, of Ed Robinson, of Lexington, n brake-ma- .'500 years ago. ought to seek the man instead. That all General Land Office. old where on the Kentucky Central Railroad, It is estimated that a couple waltzing sounds very prettily and is as it should i The Now Jersey republicans held a be to was coupling cars at Covington, when he six times around a moderate sized ballof be, but Quinine Jim will have to change State convention and nominated Gen. E. slipped nnd fell under the train, which room travel M) yards each time, or 4J;0 his notion and do some hustling if he B. Grubb for governor. body, cutting it half in yards during the dance. Allowing ever hopes to sit among the grave and Secretary Windom has requested passed over his one two. turn to each yard, this gives the distance reverend seniors at Washington. He; James I. Kimball, directorof the' mint, crew of the British ship Gar- The must also do a good deal of orating with to send in his resignation, were traveled during a waltr. as i of a mile. ton, which foundered in The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd 22 days in an open boat without food or This is 14 miles in 18 waltzes. that oratorical mouth of his and put a Oils, School Books, Wall big barrel on tap, or Joe, who knows the Fellows has refused to change the age for water and were uliout to resort to killing "Oil, George," alio murmured, "I low first-clas- s ropes, will continue to pull Chandler's membership from IS to 21. and eatiii" one of their number when know you are strong nnd will protect goods. good, to do ear and do other chores in the U. S. SenA yacht with a pleasure party of rescued. me, yet oven now, as I recline iu this best workman-lik- e eight sank in Lake Erie, near Cleveland ate. A dipatch from St. Joseph, Mo., swinging hammock I am surrounded by nnd nil fniiml wnfprv i.riivpa Very building of the Ex- fear." "Fear my darling!" said George says tho huge main It won't be long before John Milhkin Jolm c ton ,10t Winiam G the husthng traveling passenger agent of ry t0 death in Jlereer county for being position nnd all the exhibits, including a do Romclva, "what fear can surround "W. carriage made for Lafayette on his last you?" "Atmosphere," she chuckled, nnd the L. & N., will have to setup a second-- 1 t0Q ,ntimat0 whh ,lia Loss the hammock broke down to punish visit to America, are in ashes. her. lly tie w, of Prof. EHag Loom-th$300,000. Lawrence American. surplus that is being constan ly j tlj bu,kof th fessor.g e 3tate, valued A prize fight between some local ... , trowueu upon mm. vmj iu um. i1P(11II,.ltilwi ,,v Vnlo f!nl. ... j., m) - ...v wvS A number of persons wero talking w.j ....... ..., sjwrts at St. Louis for a puree of $30 was elegant gold lege. he was presented with an finish, about telescopes and each professed to fought Monday night to a death chain and a diamond charm by the mem-Warner, having declined to take looked through tho "largest in the bers of the General Council of Louisville Tanner's place, the president has offer- one of the sluggers receiving n blow that have ' made him unconscious till ho died 12 world." One after another told of the whom ho chaperoned to the Mammoth ed the position to George S. Merrell, of M. powerful effect of the respective telehours later. Cave, while ho already had stud, Boston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleveland have just re- scopes. At last n quiet man said mildly: canes and diamonds galore. Mil- - j Judge Jackson fined Deputy Sheriff "I once looked through a telescope. I turned from a brief outing in tho likin is one of the cleverest men in tho Bate $10 for demurring to his order ap-- l During their Btay in the I don't know that it was the largest in rec- business and deserves the handsome pointing a colored deputy to go for n mountains Mrs. Cleveland had tho good the world. I hope it wasn't. But it ognitions his passengers are always giv-- , witness. fortune to shoot a deer which she dis- brought tho moon so near that we could ing him. . nlinr TVrrv na Miirshul "- -' see mo man in it gesticulating ami crycovered in a pond. was assaulting Judge Field, has j Don't shoot! Gov. Fbajscib, of Missouri, has had A dispatch from CampGaither, Har- ing out: 'Don't shoot! a circular setting forth tho advnn-- , channel from custody on habeas corpus lan, C. II., says the Stato troopa arrived The old fellow thought that it was a big tildes St. Louis offers for the World's proceedings. there at noon Monday and pitched cannon that we were pointing nt him." To further its prospects of securing Fair and uiging the papers of the South Court open- The quiet man then subsided and so did tents nenr tho and West to support her claim for it. A tho World's Exposition, Chicago will ed Thursday morning. Judge Boyd de the rest of them. map accompanies the circular, showing double its original guarantee fund, mak- livering a strong charge to the jury. A Bi'shei. of Coiin. The farmer gets that tho city is the centre of the universe ing it $10,000,000. Tho notorious Bob Younger, whoso 40 cents, the government gets $3.00, the Among those mentioned as succesand the natural p.oint for the exhibition. probablellemiso has been repeatedly nn railroad gets $1, the manufacturer gets A guarantee of 5,000,000 is made, but if sor to tho late Representative Cox are nounccd, is nt last dead of consumption. $4, the liquor vender gets $7. "Tno Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lino of Furniture money is to decide the matter between Daniel Dougherty, Carl Schurz, Herman Ho was serving a life sentence in the drinker's share," the News adds, "is de- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods St. Louis and Chicago, tho latter will Oelrichs and Henry Biscl.off. Stillwater, Minn., penitentiary for mur- lirium tremens." The drinker's family can bo bought in tho cities. Qivo me a A Hungarian miner, whilo on n tear trial and you will bejson-vince- d rako in the honor as she has already der in connection with ono of his rob- has n share misery, poverty, Millering; that I sell lower than the lowest. pledged double that amount and is ready drank 18 gallons of whisky at Kock beries. the community has n share disorderly Glenn, Pa., fell asleep and slept 14 days to do oven better than that. A Texas husband nnd father on find- and worthless characters to restrain; tho before ho could ho awakened. ing that a man who made his home at State has a share it loses honorable and Gen. Warner says his business purThe Lebanon Standard and Times is his house had betrayed his confidence useful citizens, and gets in their places offered for sale by Mr. C. M. Phillips, suits will not permit him to accept tho by becoming criminally intimate with Q is a good property, pension commissiouship. His law prac- both his wife and daughter, broke tho sots and vagrants. Total result loss of surviving partner. It Dealer In manhood, health, happiness, comfort, well established, and will do doubt com- tice is said to bo worth $25,000 a year. fellow's legs and gouged out his eyes, re sustenance, labor, money, peace, order. "My dying curse bo upon you" mand a fair price. Mr. Phillips has gone serving him for a fate worse than death. Southern Churchman. oth- were tho last words of Tillio Smith, to to Louisville to live, where ho and John Gordon fell asleep at Troy, N. ers lmvo formed tho National Building the muii who had ruined her, ns she Y., and two of his companions attemptIt's Coming. STANFORD, KY. and Loan Association, of which ho will took Paris Green at Cincinnaii and died. ed to perpetrate a joke on him by tying "We are going to havo a long, cold, Lewis Burk has been appointed postbo general manager. Tho company is Best his feet together nnd throwing it over n hard winter," remarked Samuel Love$5,000,000 and is backed by master ut Mt. Pisgah, Wayne county, shaft. They could not cut tho ropo in lace, and old Jersey farmer, to several capitalized at Mrs. Penn at Boilings, in Casey county, a number of substantial and representatiino and Gordon was killed. One of tho friends nt the New Washington Market and John McFarland at Uoweua, in Rustive Louisvillo men. yesterday. "How do you figure that jokers has gone crazy over tho affair. sell. Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is At Pikevillo Li.zie McClouds, tho out?" asked ono of tho innrkctmen. of Bamberger, The total insurance The Louisvillo Fall Commercial Cele-- 1 full and complete. We call special attention to our , "In the first place," tho Jcrsoyman rewhite cook of Richard Link, was tried for bratiou will bo inaugurated Oct. 1 with Bloom & Co, is $8(54,050 on stock and and giv- plied, "just tiy tho skin of any of your $400 from her mistress a grand trade's parade, to bo followed ' b'lilding. Of this, $372,250 is with Now stealing fruit. You will find your apples and penitentiary. festival Oct. 2 and the Statel-lite- s York companies not represented in Lou en one year in tho by tho fire that she only took the money that your peaches and grapes, and all your isville. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. of Mercury tho 3d nnd 4th. Tho reClinton county voted $50,000 nnd she might bo sent up to see her husband fruit for that matter, whic.li is homo gatta of tho Louisville Boat Club will bo Wayne $85,000 in bonds to be exchanged who is serving nt Frankfort for a like of grown, with n thicker and tougher Bkin Embalming under the most approved method when desired. on tho 27th of this month. Very cheap for preferred stock in tho Cincinnati, fense. She is not yet 10 years old. than you havo seen for several years. J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. rates by river nnd rail will bo given nnd Alabama and Atlantic road by good maJohn Green, the negro wifo murder- This is ono of tho indications. That is our metropolis is preparing to entertain jorities. er, has been sentenced to hiingat George- tho way nature takes care of her pron larger crowd and give a finer exhibiWin. Brume, the scoundrel who mur town, Nov. 10th, which is Saturday. Tho ducts. Lait winter apples and other tion then heretofore attempted. dered Conductor Lemon, of tho L. i: N., Times says "It lias been 50 years since fruits wero so and tender or ,,oil,Ss,du5: t bti" " f,U"itiv' bllt any person was hanged hero according that it wns hard to gather them without didn't scaro The Kansas (.uiiijMiiy ci,w reward is iipi 10 to tho forms of law. In 1819 a negro bruising them, if you remember, nnd we :dzr,ttq-gkl:s- t Noble worth a cent and ho made tho uiu to justice. woman and a young negro man wero hnd nn extraordinary mild winter. Com :.!.. nm'ronnnrnvnn in till) fucn nf "'"'" "'" -- 1 Hliem, tho surviving principal of hanged. Tho former for killing her mis- - Is another of nature's sign boards. Tho !,. .ii..,ntPh frWr.!..l l.v t,1U St L,)m8 P"Z0 Kht. ' which yOUIlg trebs, a Mrs. Tnrner, by poison, and the ears this year are protected by thicker .. iOTMv.tn tl.n...in.l rmmlili. Thomas Jackson was killed, DitUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, has been latter for rape or attempted rape. and stronger husks than I havo seen becan majority In Kansas demands your held without bail to answer for murder. Tho circuit court at Georgetown, fore for years, nnd talking with farmers FANCY ARTICLES, &0. . i. .:.. :.. nl!.r- TTnll tint tnrt (nr ,. '"" .,,,,1 reieiwuu M is 4IIU ItlblliV OVViiltO tllil! tllllU ItUUIJUlD says the Times, decided in tho enso of up iu Pennsylvania I find it is tho same I'Mytlciam prescription accurately wo are coming. Tho loyal sentiment compounded, have also been held as accessories and Adams against tho Kentucky Grangers' way. Whcnt and rye straw aro tougher, with you." abettors. Benefit Society, that it should pay him hay is wirier and seed pods nro hotter Japanese papers jut received by tho nmount of his policy, $2,000, and 0 protected than usual. These are old The goose bono loons are already per cent, sinco his daith. Adams died farmers' signs and they uio good ones, THE LARCEST STOCK OF prophesying long, told winter. Since tho steamer Gaelic give accounts of WATCHES, disasters by flood, tho loss of life tho 23d of October nt Versailles, but tho becnuso they don't come fiom any moon erstwhile devotee of Emuiett Logan, an premium on his policy planting superstition, but from actual pay the CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. that superstition, was led by it into such j anu property uomg unprecedented m check to received at the office in Georgewas not mortifying predictions last season, he is that country. Many towns and villages town until tho 24th, although it was in observation year after year by a class of Ever brought to thu market, l'ricei tower than men whoso interest lie in keeping close the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. .lulnir wood and saving nothing, like havo been swopt away and at least 10,- - proof that it was placed in tho paired on shcrt)ootlcc and warranted, nvntch over all of nature's moods.'" 000 peoplo drowned. 20th. old farmer he is, Ion tho the sharp tho Stato Improvement and Immigration Convention to be held in Louisvillo tho 540i nniJ LVUli. The oldect of tho Con- Viititlnn ic in nnilnnvAr f f Rnflim frAm flirt legislature the establishment of Bureau of Information and Immigration which will collect and disseminato accurate information as to tho peculiar resources and advantages of every county and thereby induce capital and people to como among us, which as tho governor says will increase values, give us more roads, more schools, more churches, law and order. 1 is 72,135 less than during liWt time I tho satno year. The whole number is 222,050. (two hiwdreddollar'or&an&ivenaway. aim-Mnho- Siuco 1SC0 tho United StatesGovern ment has paid to pensioners the enormous amount of $1,05:5,000,21)51, or n sum equal to over twice the taxable valuation of Kentucky. R. Nevins, of Darby, Warren county, has declined the appointment of postmaster tendered him by'Assistant Clark- son, wo suppose because mere was no salary attached. A negro named Garner, who tried to entire a white girlinto a swamp near Roanoke, Vn., for the purpose, as he admitted, of outraging her, was caught by a mob and hung. The Louisvillo club has released Guy Hecker, who has been with it since 1SS2. He used to be tho boss pitcher, but ho no longer ranks with the best twirlers of the ball. Near Atlanta, Ga., the Central north bound iMssenger train collided with a freight train, demolishing tho engine and killing three men, tho engineer, fireman and a brakeman. A noliceman addressed n colored lady in Memphis as "aunty," which she resented by calling him a s of a b . Ho nrrested her for it nnd now she sues THE LOUISVILLE STORE! you this Fall the Lagest and most Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c. It ?ratiflin that ill the the lead and sustain it assuring our patrons of a saving of 25 ver at least when suvvluinri their want. ...... our mad prices: ut Pacific and Manchester al Plaid and Striped tl worth Handkerchiefs for a three payers pins pc; clutdrew full regular made J a pair. worth caaies soiid and fancy full regular 20c, worth 35c uc wonn worth Command examine our large of Flannels, Jeans and Dress prices on them will astonish yon. Besides offering you the 'best goods in the line are going giveaway a $200 Beginning September fth, for purchase entitllg Vit a chance get this " FinVordai Stanford. Manager. B"OT n Having purchased the interest ! Mr. Twill conduct the business at the stand, shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a ICS! I ! A I mid-ocea- Paints, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for I have a Jeweler, ready watch and jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs -- B. MoKOBEBTS. o -.. SEW FURNITURE ST0REI MACI HUFFMAN, FJR.1DF. 1 I ) gold-head- ed j s. j Xhi-Io- j is-- - dis-sue- d HiaSffSBpr?flS court-hous- e. -- ,. ilJS) Ko WEAKEN Furniture and Undertakers' .Goods! The Largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stuck of Wall Paper, Ilorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades Sheas-sorte- d IlTDBSTEiXrCTIBIiB BTTHIA.Ii CASKET, thin-skinne- d - colleo-coole- rs -' A Mo JPfU & I fii.i jeweler, I ,.,. ,.,, ...i,, fS!) ' tor-rib- lo - 1 SF Semi-Weekly ImteriokJournal Houhk Fou Kent.-Peyto- -- Apply to Dr. J. . V i Hkatino Stoves, crates, coal hods, nt HIkI'im it MiiKlnnoyVf , A'c, Stanford. Ky., Nkw stock of table and pocket cutlery Skptkmiikii 20, 1889 at Hllim it Mclvlnney'H. m S.C, WAWON, dub. MannRor MEANS BUSINESS. ) I if t - I f dto Tho following are the Conference Jim Puai'i., n Hanging Fork negro, appointments for this, the Danville Discame to town Monday with a huge, new trict: J. Kami, Presiding Klder; Danpistol, and In showing it to his .friends of ville, K. II. Pearce; Harrodsburg, F. 8. v course pulled it out of his pocket. Pollitt; Perryville, T. K. Strove; II. N. PERGONAL POINTS. before Judge Varnon ho was givTiikiik are not many country printing Linney, Sup.; Mockville, J. M. Wilson; In- 10 days In jail and lined $2. for C. 0. A. J. Ha n I has returned from olllces that can handle expeditiously en Clmplinc, I). T. Hudson; Lawrencebiirg, Chester. (lo.OOO but W. impressions, jobs requiring W. T. Poynter; Camdensville, W. J. Do-raMu. Uuo. h. Pknnv went to Imisville this one can, and ii now engaged on Salvisa, K. II. Go;lby; Jessamine, John II. Ciiaio & Son, with Wanaina-ke- r yesterday inorniiiK. them. It don't take our steam presses it Ilrown, Philadelphia, and Drown- W. H. Grinstead; Kryantoville, T. II. yucn retutnetl to Mns. Maunha II a long to turn them out, either. ing, King it Co., New York, have on sale Cook; Stanford, T. J. Godby; K'chmond Louisville Wednesday. 2,000 samples Americanand foreignstutr and Providence, Morris Evans; College Mu. I. Siiki.hy Tkvis, of Woodford, is Noticino that Kilitor KlcliardHont of Hill, D. P. Ware; Somerset, C. F. Oney; spendiii)! a few days in Lincoln. the Glasgow Times, is eating apples of a for men's fall and winter suits, trousers Caintown Mission, E. J. Terrill; More-lanKlegant styles and fine Mur. IIaiiiiv Dvk, of Teimewee, has second crop produced on the samo tree and overcoats. G. G. Kagan; High Bridge, W. Ii. workmanship guaranteed. this scaon. reminds us that Mrs. Kate been vitiiliiit! Mrs. I). W. Vaiideveer. ... Kagan; Casey, to bo supplied. Kov. J. Miti. J. P. Dams is spi ndiuc n few Dudderar will soon be doing likewise, if anil on during the S. Sims was transferred to tho West VirOystkhs. fall oil". season I will keep constantly on hand weeks with relatives at WinrliisUT. the cold snap don't make them ginia Conferenceand stationed at ParkerF-burMiss Kate Ga.no, of Dallas, Texas, is Her tree bore largely in June and now the finest brands of fresh oysters, which II. C. Morrison goes back to Frankvisiting her uncle, Col. W. G. Welch. has a second crop of apples about ns large I will serve in any way or sell in bulk or fort; J. A. Henderson is sent to MimMoli.irI)ai'oiii:iity left Wednes- as at maturity. Another freak of nature can. These goods nro direct from Haiti-mor- e O. F. Duvall to London and day night for Kuoxville to visit friends in town Is a locuit tree on Mayor K. II. and will be as fresh as it is possi- Manchester; M. P. Morgan to Pineville Mu. Kati: Hays and Mrs Poea Courts Uurnsidc's place in full bloom. ble to have them. K. .burner. ... A. E. McClure to Crab Orchard; J. E. )invofi4ii vixltiiic Mrs. Montgomery at Knew. Mr. Greely telegraphed us Wright to East Hernstadt and McKee Had Accident. Mrs. Lueinda Myers, McKiuney. Tuesday evening that frost would pecur Mission. Kli. and Mum. W. A.Ginx).v,of Ixiuis-vill- that night and it did, old Jack showing living in the Willow Grove neighborhood, aged 74 years, fell on the steps at have been visiting Kiv. John Hull Gen. George II. McClellan's mother, up in many places. It was not heavy residence Wednesday aged IK), died in Philadelphia Wcdncs-dtiv- . Glbron and wife. enough to do much damage; on tho con- the door of her W. M. lliuoiiT, teller of tho Lincoln trary, farmers tell us it was an advan- and broke her right leg just below the Dr. Duulap, of Danville, renderNational, is at his poit again, after a tage in the ripening up of the corn. A knee. A fire that broke out in a shaft of a ed the necessary surgical attention and wlge with the fever. good rain fell Tuesday, putting the coal mine at Ilirminghain, Ala., imprisoungstown, Ohio, ground in good order forfallowing. ...... she is doing well. She says alio hns not Miu II. Da.nkh, of .ii ,.t ..!.. : ii... i:...i. :... oned a miner and 1(1 mules. The miner nrrived Wednesday to take the jwcition ' begun tosow win nt ICH II I'.II III IU III liillll III lilt iiuiif niiiw was reached about ten days afterward have . II1U Iltnueiii iiiiu nui:" iiuii 11 n.in mi- of jeweler at W. H. MoHolx-ruT. fair acreage is promised. and was found to be dead. Eighteen ii.--i Ken limy niii'iisiir uiiii i" :' i ,'. Isaac Siiixiiv, .'it., is suHtTing (rum a days after the fire the mules, which A Eil Stone, n Uuisville drummer, two daiigiiti rs, Mrs. Sim Cook and Mies broken leg, caused by a hoio falling on H. Caldwell, wero much further back in tho mine, was paying his toll at the g.Ue on the Lucy Myers, and Mrs. E. him. The fracture is below the knee. ' On ii old friend, e John M. Htutouvillc pike, the weight on the )le who w;as visiting her, all three dreamed were reached, and all but one of the Hi were alive, although they were too weak Harnett, of Pulaxki, has been appointed fell oil' and down the pole ciiino across the previous night that one of the famito stand. and gauger in this district. his shoulder, wrenching his arm and ly would be seriously hurt next day. Mu. J. It. IIoiiim, who uxed to be train badly bruising him up. The horse then NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. dispatcher here, lias been ordered to became frightened and took out, carrying New Orleans, where he ;rlll work "third the wagon under the pole, which had Mr. F. M. Campbell and Miss Lillie, been lifted oil of Mr. Stone, tearing it daughter of James M. Hoone, were martrick." I'.uH. Howi.ani). of Knl.iud ii Theile, to pieces mid pulling thegentlemau from ried yesterday. s, C""sor'-""Cmerchant filloM, Ini'Vill hic here this his seat to the ground. Mr. J. F. Casli Mr. W. Y. Acton, a prominent farmweek and took a number of ordeis for was notified and was soon on the sjvot, er of tlie lice Lick vicinity, and Miss WASHINGT0NC0.FARMS his house. airing for the unlucky drummer and Ijiura Young, a handsome young lady, Mim Jknnik Waiiiik.n full from the hiving repaired hW badly damaged wag- were united in marriage Thursday by On Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1889, v buggy as she whh getting out at the col- on, Eld. J. G. Livingston. I will on the premitet tell to the hiyheit and lege and hurt Uerself considerably though Lett Kov. Charles Hohannan, a blind To the Tax Payeiw or Lincoln Counbidder without limit or rescrtc the Farm not scriouidy. upon which I now lie, I or one my deputies will be in Hus- - Haptist preacher, and Miss Vica Alford ty. Mil. Maktiia Giii.mk and Mrs. J. Car- tonville, Satunlay. September 2Sth and were married in New Albany last Saturt to Kli7.iletiitnwn Wulver Jones Saturday October 2fith; Milledgeville, day, an elopement being planned on tho Two hundred and tily-fou- r nesday, to see that new house and big Acre in home Satunlay October 6th; Moreland I Friday, mother's threat to put the daughter in a tract and 3s airct of limber detached. the Iwiby of Joe Grimes'. Farm lici within one mile of 'illiburg. Thi October 1Mb; McKinney Friday, October convent. where there i always a rood ichool. ilmi n.. Mim. G. II. Cooi-Ki- i is visiting her parAn exchange says that dipt. W. J. Chriman church, daily, mail connecting with the 11th; Fry's Store Saturday, Octolicr 12th; ents at Hostonviltu and Missus Lir.zie here, ranruau ai pnngiiciu, inc county seat; good turn'Wayncsl nrg Saturday, Septemlwr 28th Wash, of the K. C, pikes nievery uirecuon, anoruiog easy and comDrye and Hell Cook are "keeping honso" freight and Saturday, October lUtli; Highland "has won one of Kentucky's belles whom plete facilitict for goou Irep-ur-aim tratel, eood, gate fencing ine farm 11 in for her in her nbsvtiee. in roou repair, uweiunir and all nccrsiary October 12th; Stanford, Crab Orchard he will join hands with Oct. 15th, and af- outbuilding, in goou fix, good Critic says pretty Miss Hessie plenty of limber and wa' Tiik. Kingsville every Saturday in Sep- ter a trip through all the eastern cities rcr, tlie land well retted and in a high ktaieof culNewman, known to a number of our and K he will settle down on one of the finest tivationfix for cry field,A whether in era" or net, tember and October. The new revenue in fine fine orchaiJ and one of cropt. young gentlemen, will bo o:ie of tho law adds (I cents to every dollar of tax farms in Kentucky and go to raising fine the boil I arnt in the county. of Honor to attend the Qui en at tho I'erxmi desirine to look at thu Farm will pleatc not paid by the (list day of November stock, Ac." call. It will he told for cash, the balance Ixxiisville Fall Celebration. A ppry old gentleman of 00, who had in one and two year, with intercut, or to suit purand I am compelled by law to collect it, chaser. Mil. AND MllS. J. K. llol.DAM, MlHSCH socvervbody will please pay their taxes been married before, led to the altar here I will at the same time and place sell all this crops, consisting Mollio Brooks, Katie James, Nnnnie Wheat, Corn, Oats, Monday afternoon a blooming little wid- jear'a etc. Also all my of Horses, Cattle Hogs, fore that time. T. I). Nowland. May, Kennedy and W. T. Armstrong, of Crab ow of 21. His name is Jclferson Hroom-fiel- d Farming Utensils, etc , etc THUS R. l'HELPS, Willnburg, Ky. Orchard, attended the Monte Cristo perTiik recent meeting of tho Tate's Creek and he hailed from Hodgensville, formance by the Ford Company Wed- Association of Predestinarian Haptists at his bride's Mrs. M. L. lloltshouser, of At the same time and place Huston Ilradshaw, Farm containing nesday. Walnut Flat was attended with livelier this county. Judge Varnon tied the who adjoins me, will Mil. Hoc Owknh wai here ysterday on debates than usually occur on the assemACRES COOD LAND knot and Judge Carson saw it well his return from Middlesbrough, where bling of these worshippers of done. d fix The best Farm fur the price asked ho went to put in his bid for tho new be- the Lord. The trouble grew out of the It is ecod, rich land nnd in Washington county in a fine state of cultivation. Nice new cottage, tel going up. Like the Lancaster peo- ell'ort that has been made by one of the CHURCH AFFAIRS. good ham and good outbuildings. Will be sold one half cash balance In onf'and ple, ho is very sanguine of great success members, Mr. Ed Durnain, of Kichmon'', A Haptist revival at Hronston, in two icarsuith interest. Possession cfhotn farms for the Kngllsh city. given immediately. to introduce such heresies into the THOMAS K. I'll ELI'S. JuimikU. T Iiims, of Ix)iidon, oneofilliri.i. .. missionaries and Sundav- - Pulaski county, held by Kov. CroM, 6i brought 20 souls to Christ. tho best democrats and cleverest men in H(.,00iH, The stej) is viewed with great Lightning struck the Lutheran the mountains, was here this week fixing alarm and the association has prepared a up the deed to 101) acres of land in lau- document of HW pages of foolscap to ex church at Columbus City, Intl., stunning most of the congregation and killing two rel county that he sold to F. II. Ililey for plain tho doctrines and stem tho current .1,11.1,,,,. LAND & PERSONALTY. uwsiey lor Hov M A i.ikc, o( Uockcastle, Hon. Col. Sam M.,Hnii)ETT, late employed I01 Mr- - "wrnum h rovoii, which i.asairea. 1.1- I tie e .S.11111 in tin. emncitv of revenue (IV no nciessiy sum several ciiurciu-nE. S. Gooch tells us, has accepted tho At F.xcculor of the will ol Mrs. Lucilida VanArs-dale- , agent and formerly connected with tin der A. C. Newland, moderator, was down pastorate of dee'd, I will on the Douhlo Springs church jour- this week figuring on the cost of putting liOiilsville newspapers, will Oct. 0. and will preach his first sermon nalism next week and will hold a posiSoptombor tion on one of Mr! Haldeiniin's papers. the matter in pamphlet form for general The protracted meeting which has At the late residence of decedent, about one mile Mr. Hurdctt is a graceful writer, a very distribution. Tho association will meet been in progress at Great Crossings Hapfrom Hustons ille on the Stanford pike, sell at public auction to the highest bidder all good fellow and will be welcomed back next year in Madison county. tist church for two weeks past resulted eitate ol the decedent, consisting of the of the in his old field of usefulness by newspaper men generally. Louisville Post. Tiik Ford Dramatic Co. closed n three-night- s' in 11 additions to the church. Georgeengagement at Walton's Opera town Times. CITY AND VICINITY. The grand jury at Brooklyn has in- One yoke ol Oxrn, t Shorthorn Cow, registered Wednesday night, during which House Hull, registered; 4 Milk Cows and j.yiur-ol- d Carl Olson for criminal neglect in Calves, 3 Steers, 3 yearling Heifers, 10 head of No. 1 Superior Wheat Drills fcr sale. "Truo Devotion," "The World" and dicted Hogs, and the Fanning Implements and crops of "Monte Cristo" wero presented with de- not procuring medical attention for his Hav, Corn, lt)c, &c. I. M, llruco. The the Tho daughter instead of trying the faith cure, fortable Improvements on of 7 farm consist ofa comcided artistic and scenic oilect. dwelling bouse rooms, a good barn Luavk your orders for stove i pairs at and other outbuildings. star, Mr. Clint G. Ford, is a very versa- which failed to save her. bo sold for $3,000 to be Terms: Higgins iV McKinnov's. Kov. C. A. Gray, who went to India paid when 'Hie land will given, the remainder ill 6 tile treuius. who seems as much nt homo possession is m months, in equal installments, heavy tragedy, and ns missionary, died at Singapore Aug. a ml 1?date oil notes payable in bank, with interest Nuwlotof jewelry and watches just in low comedv an in I'osiessinn - Irani in tho numerous characters ho assumed i, six weeks after his arrival, of dysen- given and good title i.uile when terms are ol $10d received. W. II. McKoberts. with. For the perionalty all sums f gave much satisfaction. Ho is a son of j teiy anil fever. Jle was bon ol ttio Key. and under, cash; over that amount 3 months' cred-- t on notes with good security, with Interest from Anotiikk light frost Wednesday night j tho late Josh Ford, of Owensborp, editor, H. L. Gray, of 'anesvillo, O. i ate and payable in bank. Tho Conference of tho M. E. Church and the mercury down to 12. I will take pleasure ill showing the land to any Shield, and on 'and oil"; of tho Southern one desiring to bid, as will also Mr. John Harmali, the stiiLM demonstrated his irood breed- - North, began its session at Ashland, on the premises. II. DROWN, Fxtir, Usk our patent wire ami slat fence for Hustonville, Ky , Sept. 0, 18S9. ing and gentlemanly qualities. His sup Wednesday, Hisliop Merrill, D. 1)., preAll persons holding claius against Mrs. fencing stacks. Sine itMonefee. will present them properly proved. port is for tho most part good ond with siding. Tho Colored Methodist ConferH. II. d of ence will meet in Covington next week. Hasi: Bai.i. this evening and Saturday tho ell'ects produced with the E. J. Godbey, the new MethoKov. morning between the London nine and scenery which ho carries with him, they oftho I. J's. give an exhibition such us is seldom wit- dist preacher, will arrive in time? to .. of tho cities. In tho ficiate Sunday. Jle is a married man, As Executor of tho late W. I). llraxdale, I will J. A. WuioiiTis putting up a Sl,C0O nessed outrtide Cristo the transforma- about 1)0 years of age, with several chil- at hit late residence in Lincoln county, Ky., near cottage for Dr. Poj t )ii in tho Peyton i n 1 World and Monto Moreland, on tion scenes were especially fine and wero dren, but ono of whom, a little girl, Da ret extension. liberally applauded. Another feature of lives with him. Octobor 1st, Next vear will bo tho centenary of Sell at public sale, the estate of said llraxdale con E. D. Kknnkdy, assessor, is on tho war tho performances was tho elegant and path again, making people tell how much correct manner of tho costuming for ouch the Kentucky Conference. Ono bun sitting in part of 0,le learling mule, some cows, ThneaKti! a"l they aro worth and then swearing them play. In Monte CriBto, particularly, tho ' ilrcil years ago tno nrsi .uoinoinsi ou- - one e.iring filly, four ncifeis, two steer ca'ves, 1 ho next one short horn bull, fuming implements, corn, to its correctness. Many n man will eoBtumcs are not excelled by any show, foronce was held in Kentucky. oats and hay. stock scales in Moreland, slock in three Danville stretch his conscience in tho matter, too, Tho company inade a iluo impression , session will be one of great interest and th.ircs vf tit Hustonville Turnpike Company; Dun stock in Ilnvle National Hank, of will bo held at Lexington, villu; libiksmlth shop and lot in Millegeville, to eavo a dollar or two in taxation. and wo liavo no doubt that a full hoiuo Ky To our sincere regret and to tho ro- - Lincoln county, personalty, for all sums over will irn.i.t them whim thev como later in I'crms: For tn Guv Hkckku, tho great base ball j tho season with "Michael StogofT" and grot of all his members,' Dr. Morris Ev- - doll.lrs, credit of three month, itiest at 6 per cent, per annum from date; note with approved seprofessionals, all j nlaver. and two other scenery. Wo cannot closo tins was truisiorruu to uicnmoim oj wiu curity, negotiable and payable In Hustonville ..!..!!!.. I. ...... 1. ,.,... ......tln.'n.l lit. snlendid now u.Said blacksmith iromx.ou.sv.ne ,,, thig nMm wMmxi nUudnK to tho rem Confeienco. Thero is somo consolation, N.Hioiiiil Hank.credit of sis. months, shop and lot interest from will be sold on , u u iw iu B..u.ra famtno Lommu c. date, note and security as above specified, and M R w IIurt ft nat,vo Kon. howover, in tho fact that ho and his nlso rotainedon said property to secure the ily will continuo to live hero nud that ho lein punitive money. This Oct, ist, 1889. H. IIUOWN, Ks.eco.tor. jS may frequently preach for us. jolly. may bo expected. game Yes-terda... To-nigg; e; e, two-moutli- Comj; mill hi'ttlu your nccottnt. A. K. A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Punny. .. KiKKsiiiid overcoat) wero In demand Watciikh nn3 Jewelry repaired and wnrmnted. A. K. I'enny. We hero Wednesday and Thursday. You n nrroiint in ready, please cnll and always have remarkable weather about nettle. MrKohertH A HUiwi. the eijuinox. . . Tiik bent plneo to buy drug", patent K. mediehu'8 and toilet artieleu Is at A. Oxi: of the racers hits "dyed the track." Penny's. V. I,. Dawson, who Is a ood man and buv your school book, ink, tablet, would have made a food olllcer, announpenellH ami ncliool supplleH of nil paper, klmlH from A. K. lVnnv. ces cliew here that he may no longer be contidered in the list of entries. Pirrifinw at Si to$:i per'dozen at A. J. Harp's this and next week. Take adNkw lot of Zeiler Uron. fall hboes jiiHt vantage. receivetlatS.il. Shanks'. Call in and Lkt everybody witnecs tho closing nee them. gamesofthe I. Ju. with tho Ixmdon Mason's Quart Jars at Jl 'per dozun Haso Hall Club this evening at II o'clock and pillon do. at $1.20 per dozen at A. and .Satunlay a. m. at 10. ... My jeweler, Mr. H. D.mks, has arrived and Is ready to wait on nny who wish anything done in his line. He is also an expert engraver and will do that kind of work at very reasonable rates, W. II. MeKoberts. 58. In tho Kentucky Conference of tho Southern Methodist church thero are! 110 preachers; 27,2 1!) members and 253 churches, valued at 5027,800. Thero are 211 1,80(1 teachers and i:i,49() scholars. During tho year l,!lol adults wero baptized and 401 infants. For two weeks Col. Craddock's paper has been filled with "Conference Notes," embracing the instructive, the amusing and the absurd. His play on tho names of the preachers was more than ordinarily good ami nothing could have been more characteristic of the cen tenarian than Bitting up counting the bald heads, of which ho says there were Sunday-school- StanfordFemaleCollege J. JK. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. HUBBARD, A. 31., - 2, 1889. President. Instruction Faculty of Trained Teacheri. Excellent Hoarding Thorough Full information given on application. Detiartmnt. Discipline Strict. T. R. WALTON Dealer In- - ,- - Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, MAI2T & SOMERSET STREETS, f, It STANFORD, KY. 8tore-keeM- ir Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. PUBLIC SALE Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the liinds. Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Olerk. best wi-n- Containing 300 Acres. T. R. WALTON. well-know- n , 1 Ln-di- es The Great Remedies KEET 11 ( 1 11 I one-hal- Necrosis, '" a" V Price Ji per bottle. i . ..., VJfcv.'iFi . u .... vie- ...vj.i ... A!ri?2 me moil uicasani 10 iKe 01 nil ic. iron tunics. It cures DviDcnsIa r.ixa 1. eik.ii Kern aiiiciiic. cnnciit-, ..... ,,, tne inc mcou. . reiriiiats ihr. iv.. ,n. imparts ... ' energy to the muscles ". and nervous sistem Price Si tier bottle. -- SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples Ulcerated Thrns. n A'I'T ILL'.C 11MDII fcalh !.... SlSS - s "'. L'f'linil I. .... T,il,Wp0UasaKn',le,o tTe.'d S.e? s" ,mpa'red ". Sick Headache, old-tim- 300 Ini-oo- Manufactured and fcr sale to the trade by the of e WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. 7frr. rn ll4?TinTr.irrrsV Executor's Sale MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His l. FALL AND WINTER GOODS Give him a Trial 01 miles lheshortest.il hours quickest between Tuesday, 24th, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, CTiyWBgfflj MiiMinrasii Farm of 200 Acres Land, 1 Cincinnati and 'New leans. Entire Trains THROUGH CAlTsKKVlCE. Soiith-Iloun- Or- Kun Through Without Change. com-plie- --Train No. i, Pullman lloudoir Huff, Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans (.natuiUKiira to Shreveport. Train Ne. 3, Pullman lloudoir JlufTet Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. I.'iuis toNew Orleans via M. ,V O. et Slc-pip- jr.T4:.i;L'iiHswai Condensed Schedulo in Effect March 31, i88 RKAD DOAVTvT. TRAINa hOUllTT j. No. 3. No J. J No. 1. STATIONS. f Daily. Daily. Daily. m. I.im. Ex. Sun. Daily j 9 17 a m 403pm Scop mi 7 55amiL've, ....Cincinnati.,. .A'rv WMIiamstown., .I.'ve 9S3am 3 47Pm 9 30 p in ..Georgetown.., 10 39 a tn ;oipm 1039 pm .. ..Lexington.., 7 35pimi0 5Spm 10 5 a m n 30pm l.ve....l.ou. S. R. R....Arr. ...I Lve. Ilurgin Arr Ilurgin Arr 1231pm 8 45 pmlil i a m 11 17 am Lve. Danville., 11 50 pm 8 capin!isi6 am City., a m 11 43 a in -- Junction I 13 pin 910pm 13 30 Somerset ..., 2 05 a in I 00 pro 300pm No. o 50 p in 10 00 pin 3 8 RKAD No. 4J. TT1?. N0.4TTTJC. 6. Daily Fast "TKAlNSNORTin Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. Lim. ! uly. 6 40 a mj 641 pm 10 Jj a in 3 3" P "I o 30 a m 1510m 513am 4 10 a ml 7 J a m 13 31 p in 3 48 a ml 4 15 pm 700 a m UK .in ... Van-Arsd- Dailv. No. a. Lim. 60-t- car-loa- Eaceoutor's Sale. ... 355am asSanil 3 30 p m Tuosday, '80, sj am T - .,,., ni. . ' ...Tuscnloosa 008 pin 130am. I. ve am Ar v..... .Meridian looon m 35 pin i 6 son m, 11 0011 m.Arv.New Orleans. ...Lvel 413 am1 335pm Ar v 3 1011 m'Ive,...JlenUian q.jo pm 6 lop m ... 9 10 :i in I.'ve Jackson.. ...Ar'v' . 11 L've....Vn.ksburff 400pm ..l!. Monroe 4 3SPm L'vc ,.i roo$ni '.... . ..1 830P m Ar'v..Shreveport tioouin Train No. , Pullman lloudoir lludet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans Shreveportto Chattanooga. Orleans to Cliieinnati. Train No 6, Pullmanlloudoir Train No. 8, Pullmanlloudoir and t iilfet Sleeping Car Chattanooga to CiniiiiauniHl via ". & A. and K. I'., V. AJCJ, Sleeper from Knotville tu Cliu tonville to Cincinnati, FRANK V WOOI.LLY, Trav Pas.. Agt, V O. F.DWAIIDS, (Jtn'l 1'ji. 4nd JOHN C.CAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati Ohio, ' 35 ,..Ar'v 9 10 a m 7 00 p m 1 03 pm Attaiia 9 49 p m Ar'v p mil. vc... itiriHingii. m. i 3 P m 43 ' am 640P Oakdale., mam Ar'vM.Chatlanooga in ....I.'ve 338.1 nli 3 33 p in i 05 a m 1 35 p m 9 35 P ""in 35 a, m 0 30 pml 7x5 in 1 j 50 a m 10 j. 5 3" a ni 103 j au a in' 10 3 83. 111 43 r ......., j uu pin 4 47 3 oa js a, "', ..,.... ...' in in 4 pnyv, tojanfT.... 11 North-Houn- .,,., 5m A to C n in Slei'riJ innati. 1 Tkt. Agl exinfton, A .?. "' .i2i: t. (.- - . i - h. . V "&M&KB jtfi l IpftyQTQtK -- rr JOHN m g'irt jriiyiff MMMHMHNMHMMPHM igHMBMmMBHLfcfciMii2ig.'yg'j-' jut, i"" ' a iwwjt.Ag.rvtw'isig' - !., ' "-- .-? - - '' jttcSBBB ,. t , .v - - - l- -P ft" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT PROCTOR'S DEFENSE. He Is Not Published Evory Tuoeday and Friday JPJSR, Rockcastle as Black as Painted, nor Are Republicans as Corrupt as Pictured. 10. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal. -- If f for cuts, bruitet, 8i from yours, (all dijlliscd ) He llcrea Arr Richmond.. " rheum'fev" or..,li,er.chap. ;. T. YOUNO. undertook this business, but since the nT,hands, chilblains, I.ve Stanford .. .. cornt and all sMn erup. , ... siiiitl Hill retreat thev havn rnin ,.u nnn. u..u ,..., ...1.. !'.'.'.!'.'.'.'.' ! vsissguE&s .' m Lve Lancaster .. m . .!.. Z3&ti' STANFORD, KY Uw...u nn' ,.v.j .ui.. piica, ui uu jiay rcqilir s n Arr Richmond. ... 9 45 a in -;- .-: 1. more, nor are they likely to unless their cJ- - ,l '" Ku "ni-,B'v perfect tatitfaction, )ii) 01 and Persona tv, Lve Richmond. a 40 p in C 10 a in Engineering and Surveying in baser passions are aroused by such ar- - or n,"c' r'un'lei1- 'eo S cents per box. Arr Winchester Kv" ' As hxicutorsof II. W. l.iwns, dee'd, wesvill sell Arr Paris all branches. tides rind editorials as I an. replying to. " "'e 'y A" K" Ptnn' " . at public auction to the highett bidder on Lve L.xiugtoii .. 3 45 P "' 7 00 a in 3 4s P m If, however, you succeed in this encr-- , I.ve Parit Worth Knowino. 4 $ P ni 8 53 a in t 35 P n I HlMllWAY, 4 Lve Falmouth... $ 30 p ni 9 13 a ill, 3 o; p m 1 BUjfjrtjSt prise, Mr. W. Ht.Morgan, merchant, Lake City, ria.. you COIllO llloil', not to Oct. 10th, 1889, Arr Covington. 5 35 P m 10 35 a in ; jopm R. B. Cold, attended with a dis. At his late residence In whip or kill or tie tho knot, but simplv wa,ulon Wltl,a Lincoln county, Ky , two Arr Cincinnati .. o 4 p tn'io 15 a ml 7 3JP m LEXIXCstTON, and runninn.o Co,ump,io,, i miles Kastof Shelby City, the following as a newspaper man to record tho pro"- SUCCESSOR TO On the.Maytville Mranch, No 9. leaves Parit at tracts of Land: its hrtt stajras. He tried many to called popular ,,' 8 or., a m and No. 11, at 54s, p m, arriving as Ceedinus; after that think you ' couch remedies and steadily grew worsen Was by130 Acros kowti the the Mc Roberts ami Shel- Maysvllle at H) 15, a in, and S to, p m No. at ic land, situated on M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, Will J.'iV0 further Stanford and Knob Lick leaves Maytville al 5,15 a in, arnsiiiK nt i'ans mi t'llCOIirilxeilieiit to the 'ed'":edin lleth, hadduBcuIty in breathing and turnpike, Kastof A. K Denny's, 7 40, a m. Nn ii leases Maytville at to audi wa" ""able to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King't New OU 4TH AVKNUE, business. arrives at Parit at 4 05, ji in. These trains are A tract ol 84 Acroa, being a part of the y I)Uc0Vr' (or Consumption and found immediate daily except Sunday, Now in renk-- to " A OltlUIl I Ihave to trtiic(i Helm place, situated on Powell lan with also L JISVrLLE. KENTUCKY. No, 4 have Lexington 1005 am; arrives parit WAV ad after using about a half dozen bottle. a right ol way to Stanford and Knob Lick pike. TOi , 10 4 am; except Sunday Say It llllS Hot been 6 J'ears sillCO tho re- -, found himself ell and has had no return of the ANUVUIlf , ' So aieavesCinciiinati 5 ij pm; arrives Katmouth A Acroa of well timbered knoli Ti Nobbiest & Most Stylish pllblicatlH caillO into power ill this COUII J,casc. No other remedy can show so grand a land,tract of 1O0 White :i ANS 7 so pin; except Sunday. situated on Oak. No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives CincintV, nor has that party lldonted a tvruule reeordr:''ra Hr. King's New Discovery for -- Stock o-fCOMPANY Hrtt two tracts am in a high state ol culliva nati 755 am; except.: Sunday 0 Ouiranteed to ,.. . what It ... . . .: XT.. - , al rule tliaUias irrown worse until tho chimednotion. Trial bottle free atdoA.iust l'enny't tion, e fenced and unlmproed. .11' j, icMtc wiiiciiiiiuii o 30 .tin, arrives rai- for it.-R. mouth 10 jo a ni; Sunday only. Terms made known nn day of tale. 1 county Is in a dejilorahlo contlition. Up- Drug Stor.-- ' No. 31 leaves aimoutii 4 15 p m; arrives Cm J. (S. & W. P. GIVENS, F.xors. cinnatl6 15pm; Sunday only. on the-- contrary, if timo and space would Electric Bitters. Train Notes: No. runs dallv between I.exinrr. At the Minst tune and place, partner ton and Cincinnati, 1 admit, 1 could show that in somo resWi', No This remedy! hocomlnj,' so well known and so of the firm of R W. Givens as survivingsell As runs daily between . ."V ? . r I will Evur Jghtto tlio city ol Louisville, now open pects it all of the nersomlty owned hy tmd firm, con. Cincinnati and Lexington. popular as to need no special mention. All who has been bettered. I know 1 and 6 make connections Nut. at Winchester incl' il i the .11... I IBlll ! till ILI MI1V III tl Hlirk' Al II ! in slni; M V. Ily nothing personally of tho trouble be ' have usedA Klectrlc Hitters ,1t.ia tho same sonir of mue.,3 nice yournr saddle lorte ",4. Jcu "c Id yl"""h-N- . .N .. nr.iUf) tnMilliInA .! is f exinglon. mare A Kt) race i JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS twet'u t lie NiuhoIsS brothorH. tlmt li.. ...,o. tturssr.s, nii .i.. 1S --nn ,.... MarebyWardance, foryear-ofdlady ti.'drlve,by Duke imi.Iuvi.'IV !U " r;:.nn,ec'sO J ,,hi.,,,!U! "nW arrlve j .... Him i. s.t.utnvu, .tctiric .., ...... i,v hiii..Hiiisvu "i iK A,V A"'?. Filly ii Patjetier by l.conatusanda my own' importation of English Hats mentions, but lllll credibly Informed tllllt An. !" will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid. ofMonfrote. ?,?,'."Kr::'.ni.C,Una.,i' 1'.ln,f tone:'lon' " nice brood Mares; 6 yearling 4 "An elegant line oi Canes and Lyon's and .'" Jeli'cut his brother Georjio without just n6ys' wl" rcmove l'in,l'. """s, Salt Rheum and Heifers, SaradeCrf. and Calves, 6 fancy Jed P1 '"-- N'h.f- - and bagfiase checked to any Cel. d Umbrellas always on hand. Shorthorn t'nws, all rrgisturod : "s II Fine " bX '"P"" "Will 'l-. Cause and was knocked down "u,u,u "s- - T,"''r '' "" Crops, consTttin.r Malaria from the prevent as Shoals; thetimothy and clover,ol'ooac.et in Corn' Jei"";t Particular, a.ldre.s any agent ol the Co. ind r?M of Hnv. iJoth S? SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, COllld UlllkO tho second lick and Is 110 well n. cure all Malarial ivMcm and Fevers. 1'orucur.Jof a complete setot t arming Implements, K. II. I1ACON. s. F. n. morsi: doubt thankful for it. TIlO mail Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Elec- of i McCormlck Hinder nnd Mower, consittlntr rravelin(j Patt'ir'r Act., Gcn'l Pais'c'rAirt., 1 Gin id other Furs, a specialty. Orders out Wagons and harness, Corn Planter, Lexington, Ky. Cnvir.iiton, Ky K""re satisfaction aur.intced or Cider Mill, Harrows, Ac , llarouche Hay Rake, ts llO Ctlt hllll after llO Wa8 down did lr,c nlt,crsId y solicited, perfect sniiifactior guarati ' U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manner. and Duck money refunded. Price 50c and Ji per bottle- - """J; T W P.filVENS. ,.u I... m't fail to order a NODDY HAT a.yi e ronj,, llls0 tin UOlltlt, GKNKRAL OFFICESWas 111- - ( A. U. Penny's 1 V. English, Auctioneer, Chamber of Commerce Iluilding, I During tho Mum Tl...l(. $3 Inst two years I Itnve been attacked WWhen not io paid $2.50 will be charged. through the columns of your paper, both editorially ami otherwise soveral I with to sell my farm of 65 actet situated ou CO., times, and usually accompanied by a 1't.u ine i.anciiter piKe two tulles mm SlnfiMir.t K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. innti is an rats; a comfortable dwelling of thug at tho officers and republican party ronmt it situated upon it Will sell at a bntvain HUSTONVILLE KY Train leaves Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning O. A. IIKNKDICT, Stanford. Si of this county. So far I have remained at '4:50 p. m. Are stilt In the business and ready to do any thing in the I'mtfrtakiiiK line. W. have a full silent and had hoped after my vindica nock of Cases and Caskitsol ill kinds and Koliet S. O. DAVIS, tion by the grand jury last week, upon L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of cviy decript,)H Our hearse, which Is nearly new can ohi lined ,. n slmrt Mr. 1131pm one of the most serious charges made PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (tern hatbechartri1 nfrur businessnotice will J. II, Mail tram going North.... and ihnv 131pm against me, that I would be let alone; missed. " " " South.. our goods to mi) one anything In our 37pn Express train " South..., A Citizen s.tys in August, 18SS, the line MT. VJCI1KO-S- ', lv V. oj.tf am 1jut a new correspondent, purporting to North.... 317 democrats were running in Btr.ty votes .630 am Local Freight North.... Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug 'Store. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS! south..,, ...535Pm bo from Maretsburg, who tries to hide (with boodle, I suppose, Specialattenlion given to diseases of children as they did last Absolutely Puro Utter trains also carry pattengers. The his identity under tho disguise of "A All persons wishing 4 pleasant life anJ well t;;.tf. August) and that Jailer Arnold gave 1110 The above it calculated on standard time, Solar Citizen," has launched forth with enI ins never v.uiev pleased wife let then, use I'stent Flour made at time it about jo minutes fatter "III a "huge pistol with which to intimidate strengthpowder wholesnmenets. A marvel econiiAiical , Stanford Kollcr Mills. Call for it at your groand .More venomed pen and false statements, so man tlie ordinary kinds and can cery, and if ihy luve not got It he sold in luind, urg that I now believo it to be mv tlutv to democrats, &c." This is a lie made out competition with the multitude ol not test, short them to keep it or get an order from them and low get it it the Mill ami will guarantee a pleasant weight, o ily LONDON, KENTUCKY, show tho other side of the picture and of whole cloth. I had 110 pistol on that cant. alum or phosphaicnowdert. Sold0(1., in and interesting family THOMAS W.VARNON HOVAL IIAKIVO POWDF.k i8 V .V I'OITS. Superintendent. 106 Wall street. New York. Jj trust you will do mo the justice to pub- day, but for a minute or so, at one time, CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR Is a Candidate for ths Democratic nomination " lish what I have to say. I shall not un- when an ell'ort was made to kill Arnold, County JuJge, subject to the primary, Oct. to. ofNoT. "c a r i? Land for Thoroughly ltcnovated and Hcftirnithcd, CRESS & MAUET, 1; J1 dertake to reply to all the articles and who was unarmed, and I got that by address A. OlY IjVj.Shelby City,silo. Call ou or clatt Kare and Ueasonable Trices. Day and First k Denny, night Ky. suatching it out of another man's hand. G. B. COOPER comments referred to, but will confine Traintare met by Polite Portert ot thu Populii REAL ESTATE AGENTS 11 is true 1 tun a republican, ami one Home. Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for myself to thoso before me, viz. your ediSALE OR County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary Mt. Vernon, Ky. torial in the issue of Aug. 13th and "A from principle and expect to live and election, Oct. 19. Ooed House and Lot at 1825. Citizen" of Sept. 10th. You say in the die one, but I accord to every man a doctor or teacher llnotl Maywood. Suitable for on lot. Apply to D I. STKPIIKNSON, Coal and Timber Lands and Farms for tale Cor," DAWSON W. editorial mentioned, among otherthings, right to vote as ho pleases, without berespondencpsisllcileil, 4' Mayood, Ky. thnt I am "a brutal desperado and made ing questioned, the same as I assume for a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub tl ject to the faction of the Democracy. a dastardly effort to assassiunto Editor myself. BtirncrN. On Dwellings, Household Kurniture, St net, Mer- Livery, Fud and Sale Stable , apply to the old chandise, "A Citizen" further savs, Judge Col Cress," whom you say was unarmed, and BOGLE therefore not being on equal footing lier had me appointed deputy jailer and and keep Co.ilhand myNo. t quality of Jcllico, Lily Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Oo. on a MISS in Nut yard Leave your ordcrtat ard orS. S .Myers' store aud they will be attend Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public with such "infernal scoundrels" left the that I "had been at his command, ready I.iehtnini; dailies attKhcd and damages paid Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. to tlo his bidding, Ace." This is untrue. eu to promptly. IIICJOINS, J whether fire entuet or not. scene, Ac. Now, Mr. Editor, 1 have 6l riijJjitlAtfiBByldl; Stafford Ky. sh CJKO II HKl'CK. Aitent. 17 He says Colyer appointed me constable, faults, as have B. PAXTON am behaving some other men, but 1 this is true and is the only straight truth tho best I know how and he tells. Colyer appointed 1110 after conIs a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to want to live in peace with all men, and the action of the Democratic party. sulting with a number of good citizens My Now I don't think I am as ban as you repreHouso on Main St., W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. of the town and county of both political sent me. I am not all bad, for my worst Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr. W. It, A. EVANS LONDON. KV. HARRY I IliKSint, buuford,or to me at Danville, Ky Rood turnouts and saddle hoitet always lor hits enemy will tell you I am a sober man parties, and it is further true that a maI.iTTIK N HOLMKS. on reasonable terms London It the most conven Is a Candidate for Surveyor" of Lincoln county, jority of my bondsmen were democrats. 3' 51) lour lb Avenue, subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be and not given to making falso statelent oint on the railroad to reach placet in the is held October 19, 1SS9. in the mountain sr lion of the Mtte to - ments; this is more than can be truthful- It further true that when I was called DISSOLUTION ! ly said of somo of them. Hut to vour upon to arrest and dis.irm a republican, The soon after my appointment, who had tho mutualcopartnership of McRobeitt.V Staid: u by W. McCXARY charges, I deny each of them and comelit di.snlviHl. Mr. Sl.i9r rtltt.i.. ah. reputation ot being .dangerous, Illld of the business will hereafter be conducted by V II It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public from the langungo you use, I fear ..iknuuril,. MT. VERNON, KY. Schools, subject to the Democratic Primary Electhe accounts you have fallen from grace somewhat whom it was said some officers stood in books will be will be Jointly collected and the tion to be held in October. at the olJ stand, and thine indebted This old iiouljit still maintain E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor and have forgotten the promises vou awe, succeeded in doing so without to us can settle any day. We desire to esprcts ing fine and reputation. Charges reasonable. Speits trouble. Some of the men who are my our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind made your readers last winter when OTIS P. NEWLAND patronage. Yours truly, cial attention to the traveling public No Hotel in Keiiu. ky has a tetter repuution. McKOIIKKTS & STAIiO. You must have been a little traducers now, then said I was tho only Al. I NKWCOM1I, Prop., ii la a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub. and Its proprietor Is delermlnsJ thst Ml Vernon, Ky. ject to the action of the Democracy. ' offyour base when you wroto that edi- man for the place, but when I undershall be maintained took to discharge a similar duty and the WALLACE E. VARNON, torial. party happened to be democrat, I was SAM M. OWENS 1 say now, aa I have told Mr. Cress 0. H. M'ROBERTS, AL. D., He hat recently added lolls appointnit ntt Attorney at Law, wrong, Judge Colyer w.is wrong and Is a Candidate for reelection at Jailer of Lincoln and my friends, that I had no intention STANFORD, KY. Kentucky. Stanford' county, sublect to the action of the Democratic to ISllllnrri assassinate him, and I never shot nt things were wrong generally, In other,1 party. Will practice in. all the courts of tint and adjoin Otfice on Lancaster Street, opposite altered, altered him. I may have dono wrong, and the words "the c.iso bein ig couutii-- ami In the courts of appeal Having removed to this place Irom Libcity, to Office over .McKobertt & Stage s drug store. circumstances are against me, yet this tiie case." practice his profession, calls the attrntlen ot the A Flr3t-Clns- 8 Livery Stablo G. S. CARPENTER Now, as to mv conduct on eleitiontiav ...K II.. n !. ,h, I... u .11 I... ....I.. .. ..II ft...... statement is true. When I accosted dsr or night in ansver calls in town or country. To aicommoda e tke demands of Ins imreatcd Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, sub Ile.t I Thirty years ofhlt tile were spent In Stsaford and Jjanslent palrorage. and Turnouts furnished him it was my intention to ask him whv A grand jury after examining I'll w itness- - TT A ject to the action of the Democratic party. others he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability at Commercial 1 raselers he had published unjust statements as es and a week s investigation refused to aphysicisn and turircon A share of the- patron, LIBERTY, KY., indict me, in fact, so I learn, they took age of the people of Stanford and vicinity isasked to my conduct on election day ami to N. MENEFEE l three ballots at diliercut times and Dr. R. C. NEEL, Proprietor. by him, subject to the action of correct them; but knowing he was goIs a Candidate for Sheriff, the Lincoln County Democracy. ng armed and that he was a larger man there was not a hand raised at any time Having refitted and refurnished the above House, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. intend to than I, and had the use of both hands in favor of finding a true bill. This, I share of llisrun It in first ilass style and ask a public patronage $3,im think, is sullicient vindication to any Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, E. D. KENNEDY while I could use only oile, being shot THE LARGEST AND FINEST aud unprejudiced man. Nor STANFORD. KV. Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, and disabled in my right shoulder and I was tin's grand jury composed of subject to the action of the Democracy. rearm, I went prepared to defend niyscl HOTEL IN THE CITY. Wells drilled to otder aud t'umpt lurnuheJ at '2 factory prices. jo should he take my demand as an insult publicans and democrats, as your cor- A M. Brlnlclcy I and attempt to assault me as lie did. Ho respondent states, and am satisfied if On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. (.' II Cooper RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD A very It a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appealt, attempted to draw his pistol before I ex- they had all been of either party, if they obtained at a bargain uYtirable plate and van be I. M. IlKUCE, Address or tall tin subject to the action of the Democratic party. were conscientious fair men, the result W II. A.SDKRhON, Harper, Kansas, ING TO ROOMS. Jlleciiou August, 1800. hibited mine, but beiiig too quick for Or V. M McKOIIKKTS, Stanford. Ky. SALS AND LIVSRY. him ho let his drop back in his pocket would have been the same. Neither the ollirers nor the republican ! TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN HOTEL. and ran for the hotel door, and to hasten STANFORD, KV. narty need any defense at my hands, his tllght and prevent his returning, Mrs. Annie I.. Cash no longer resides with me nor that of any other, so I pass that ques Sl'F.CIAL ATTKNTION Io COMMKItCIAL On irrinnl nf hail nitmr ffit talt mv at my wife, and all pertont are hereby warned when perhaps one or both of us would against giving her credit for anything on my action: nor (Iocs JutliSl' Colvcr. but ns lie Farm near McKmney, Ky The travelers Horses and mules bought and tsld. nave oeen Hurt, 1 shot, when he was SO W. C. CASH. count, Only horse. un.t schl let u.ed in liscry feet away, into the air above and to the lias been jurtiiMilarizeil itml t'liiphasizi'il 132 Aeres. Alto agent for he jlmI by "A Citizen" as a and clinrurtci R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., left of him, the ball not going nearer Also WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO bill billy, &c." it may be dr.1 to acres tuiibe land ForP particulars adthan 4 or o feet and not at him. I could LSIES. M. Kinney, LiiKoln Co., Kt well ononu'li to notice these slanders if 6i DENTIST. have shot him when he was near me onlv for n moment. .IihIlm. f!olvir iu Office on Main street, opposite I'ortinan House, and first turned to run. ! upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oat gitcn for painlett You say I "butchered Marshal Par- known and recognized bv those who 2T u.!Ei!M. 3TO.FLextracting. w h.ivn riiTKntinl npiii'iifirnnn ss lit... u STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ker, from the elleets of which lie died," ' I wish to sell my Farm of 170 Acres, situated on "jinTia itotiM-:.- ' and that I "figured in several other kill a christian trentlcinan mid an tmrii'lit the llvattssiiieaud Kirksviiio mie. , miles n p natfrZr QUICKEST RCUTE nigs." This is W true. Parker got judue and the, cream in the o,..n..t feiMW DR. W. B. PENNY, will 1)0 found ill the f.lCt that "A Citi- - al! ,he """"ry conveniences. I have also four r,,m well and married and lived several CENTRAL KENTUCKY DENTIST. '"T'iaTsIikurv wkst, llyatuv.lie months, when he died from dhease, as .en" niitUmmt others have lout; noiiaht 2- " ttsssss- Toali Pints the position he holds and maiiriifil be- Office South tide Main tireet, in office recently was published in your paper, the docvacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky tors who held a post mortem examina cause they found it not. But vitupora.; Iffirw: !! tion naving so statetl. .Now,, it seems to xiou unit Himiuer win not avail them; lie Hatiliz located in Dallas. Texas, and me, before making a statement so detri- can May there longer if he ho denires, so ' Tm s o !. FAST LINE UETWEEN l.r as they are able to prevent it. The i mllrav nneuurini ie, win eiipuuncmental to an humble individual as " CUAIl ORCHARD, KY. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. you should at least consult tho files diauise of "A Citizen," lo&, not fully 1, 1889, Dealer In of your own paper on the subject and liHfc'iiie your MnretshurK correspondent SCIIKDULK IN KFFI.CT MAY. n, 1U9. men living luerooi insownpnr-- j My Farm of 120 Acrofl. 011 the lurnertville Dry Goods, Notions, Hat3, Gaps see if it is true. Xor is it true that 1 nun No" V. and McKinne) pike, is inile. 0.m 1 urnerssillc, No. af No 6 tssssssssVPTaaiH ?r "have figured in soveral other killings ty, repmliato his article and say he, does in Lincoln county. I lie I arm lias on it a com Boot!, Shoo. Clothing, Hardware, ' "" not live tlieic, and heieafterif hehasany furlablu house, barn, meat house. Jti.,a fine citr.. Sun. Daily ",P" Tinware, Furniture and a for which I should have felt tho halter with new cedar and tern; it m jlrsrTlSfSsliJ1 H.' M Conoral Lino of Groceries, draw." Nor is it true thu laws are ad- facts to give the rending public, let him posts andwell fenced splendid repair, with locust Lvo Cincinnati . I io am Impp m ' IS pm. rail; in o I oa in stock iter, convenient to rliurchcs, good I.ve Covington.. O ' Ol MrnraiV' Fancv Candies. Crois Ties. &c. ministered in this countv in .1 farsical sin bis name and uive his location cor- sihouls and within IS niiletuf McKmney, a sta- Lve Falmouth..., i) at am t) 17 pre 4 o p m rsKVMffll i All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. c? 51 Si it io a n it i p hi jmpm Arr I'arit tion on There manner. Nor do I think the time lias rectly, so that his readers nny know is not a the Cincinnati Southern Kailrond. sire into Arr Lexington. is oo p m ii oo p m I' " i iCWliVvffK'' better llhic Grass Farm taking: 1 who nml what he is and us a just and consideration, in Lincoln county. It will have tn Lve I'arit m $ lar.SMiXsJM S. a, it io um lumu iuj iiiu gooti people 01 tins coun m Pm be MTM to be appreciated. Sale to begin promptta o$ p tn tSUK5MHi3 Arr Winchester, P ., . . . illllllllll ClJlTt"MOIMIUIIl, Will. tv r rijr. ,,,.:.,. ........ ... ..,., i ly at 10 a. m. 11 to me v - .. ..j, Arr Richmond.. I '' r' ill'also tell publicly nt 7 o'clock p m. the Arr Lancaster.. -Kood name it once had." Xo, Mr. Kli- mme day my lions ana Lot in McKinuuy. This Arr Stanford It a nice little cottage with 5 rooms, sen ants' room, Lve Richmond l"'0liiu'iit physician named All persons knowing themselves to be indebted tor, tho day is paet for reulatiiiK thiiiKS veranda in front, tide with his wllonnil to M. L Richards, either for goods or seasout of iveru well ol irood water on lurch, porch,a neser failing Arr Helen- by tnen in arms independent hack p m colts, will save trouble by settling same wttli James 1,,.. S "' drowneil w hi C cros.-uiB W BilS.raf5lH;lr3 a stream near b"aBy house, stable mid row house.meat lioutf, Arr Lexington, I advertise 1 hero was a I have put them in his hands for Frye, at u T"f'jf9 rrffyfetime, before tho re-- , Leavenworth. Kits, lint property tosellaiid when I say that, it KOOB, 44 M.L.RICHARDS. if only Imve one hid on it. My terms an) reapublicans camo into power, when a few X' 3' ' No.,. sonable For further parncu!nrs See J. W. Oivrns 3. misguided men from this county, assist- Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. or Davt Alcorn, wIioIivch .011 the farm, or Co. Lve Livingslou.. HARRY" YJnAK,IN A.rvvroin Mt. Vkrnon, Sept. dieted, but lltd the' country before arAll there is of the matter is, they had a row on their linims tllrt (llni.tlnsi In .....V... ...V ..W...U ....... ... ........ .. ... irliti.ti snots were exchanged. ior this both were indicted and Norton's name com ing first on the docket his case was called and tried and he acquitted or a hung jury, I am not sure which. It was de veloped during this trial, owing, to tin contradictory nature of tho evidence, that Pitman could not bo convicted and with the consent of Norton (the parties in the meantime having become friend ly) the case was either Hied away or disrestee!. v Norton-Pitma- n P r Sl V the leadin paper or Central Kentucky, issued luotday and Friday of each week, $a per year Send 30 cents and try it for three months Address II, O. Hoile. Iltisiucts .. " .... I. nt thm rotihtlx of .Marlon llovle, Lincoln, Garrard and Wathlnif- ...... uiiu mi me .u.. -- ill rt- -. I -- II .1--- news relating; to matters 01. in. terett to them In the Strniti Trader!. Htmemen and i, A l) UlJATJi, For SaioT 4 J. T. SUTTOIT & 111 4 POWDER 11 JACKSON HOUSE 011 I iron py rhn-bou- s$-- tf FOR RENT. ao;-t- f. I. tc Established FOB, HTSTJHAITOE A-- 4 Attention, Coal 1 KATE 11, MPw JOSEPH WOODWALLAGE, Men's Outfitter F. jud-gin- g I Louisville, Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. THE MYERS HOUSE well-kno- Sj-l- 11 , Pool and Parlors J Cuft-Houi- c s l HOUSE J. - 63-t- THE GALT HOUSE, " 1 fair-minde- d 1 1 FOB. SA!LE F. Brick House anci;;iot, NOTICE 6a-- Farm for Sale. . 1 lilt Farm Contains rlrst-cla- tt mm "tbiuk-lieade- d - if a 11 ' ... SAXiE Kentucky Central R.R.' eI aifvss W f! "'" To? Sal ' - Publicly. esiH-ctlni- r 1 1 t8M$&, E&&WE&HS J". lEilLTOItT Queens-ware, - my-sel- f, n'i Tuesday, October South-Houn- J yTjfiyS never-failiiii- r B 'JP .&. vifcff.st f J Settle With James Frye. s'ttlt-meat. CO .- LJJ!!ZU iiiotlM-Mu-lii- m 011 'rnnil o L' 1 North-Iloun- d. ( A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, ed bv 6OII10 'Ihebest salve """'' in the world Hall Anderson, McKmney. or write tome i Main strut, Dallas, lex as. 34-t- d and MSSM ADAMS t r - p-l- ? . - Fiie Sis j.u nl .s&:,a:-- r 111 ,,.,. V- - O o S- - SON KY. GEOGEGHAN, ... '"'"'V'h "" Thursday, . . 1 Her-ve- f Kill') A .s-- HAT yvorld-ieuoun- ed . r'1-- 1 1 pub-licl- . 1 1 1 "eii rcl,J '" mm CREAM uK Jill 1 y ! 1 - 1 1 drug-stor- e - . Cincinnati, O rl -- vv:' .'A J.