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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889101501 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. CHURCH Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1889. DEATH'S DOINGS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ' if NO. 70 AFFAIRS. meet-lilt- S. Beazloy, ("Pony,") sold lat week to Green and L'mbry, of Covington, (IS head of cattle, averaging l,(il(l lUtlOIIH. paralysis Sunday afternoon. The night for 4 cts. before shennd herhitsband camo to town Mr. Mary Hdin, tlu Col. I). U. Collier, who has been atto attend the meeting in progress at tlm mother of tln piictor of tlic tending the bedside of his sick wife, has clmrcli, united with tho Chi Minn Christian church. A storm was raging been stricken down with fever. .Mrs. church Sunday. at its close und they decided to upend tiie Collier, whom the doctors had almost M. .1. S. Swi'ciU'y ha h''ii elected night at Misses Maggie and Jennie Hock-- , given up all hope of recoveiy, is now married last week In Lexington, of thi! Putin ChiiMtmn chinch for er's. On the way thither Mr pastor Bush "'"'' Miss Jessie Sweeney, an Owcnsboro much better. She has improved from j the liltd time. Hi cunxttv.itioii now complained of a stiange feeling in her Of the sun docs not more thoroughly obscure the lustre of that iiHinhcrH 1,000. right arm, which she bathed on reach- - heauty, who has visited in this section, tlie time of llro. Barnes' visits here and heavenly body than does it seemsas if his daily prayers for her has to P.. C. Krwin. '" "- man led Now York iMpitiilibtH haw oll'.-m- i ing the house. After retiring sho said -- Mr. J. W. Padgett, a youth of 'JO, outwitted the devil in this case. for the l'irxt IUitit church that her face also felt strangely and that Sl.JO.OOO About H:45 o'clock on Saturday night property, corner Ith nml Walnut, l.ouin-ill- she was afraid to go to sleep. Her bus- - and Mrs. Lizi I'adgett, a widow of "'( obtained license to marry on the the residence of Mrs. John S. Gill was hut it Iiiih not been accepted. hand, not suspecting the trouble, ipiiet- struck and fired by lightning. Tho oc-- The African Methodist, of Norlolk, od her bv saying it would soon wear oil' Va., havo Hjwnt $10,000 in erecting a new and afler'a short timu both fell asleep. I -- Mr. Thomas It. Ware, of Pineville, cupants of the house distinctly felt the Obscure those of our most formidable competitors. M'" I'"1' Graham, of this city, shock, but were unaware of the spreadchinch Since emancipation they have Mr. Bush was awakened about 1 o'clock. married ut tho bride's mother, Mrs. ing flames caused by the stroke, until for church propel ty in by her restlessness and on touching her spent $110,000 '" the the alarm sounded from the fire bell. arm found it was cold. Ho immediately Nnnie Crahaui.on Tuesday evening. that city. The prompt members of the lire departThe Catholic of I'nioiitown nio lighted a lamp and arousing tho ladies, , Danvillo Advocate, A young woman from Australia, ment soon arrived and extinguished inakinjj preparation! to erect a church at went after Dr. Carpenter, who saw ut Is upon us. n cost of $:KI,000; Sltt.OOO of this ninount once the danger of tho attack. All tho who arrived nt Chicago traveled 10,000 tho Haines with only comparatively light was bequeathed to the entenrio hy Mr. remedies were applied, but without avail, miles in order to secure tho arrest of a damage to tho roof. Quito a party of young ladies and Lou Cumhrnii, n ilevout Catholic, who death resultim: in about l'J hours. Onlv man who married her under the pre- tense that he was single and then desert-sign- s gentlemen wen; to tne I lulls uap neighor ho ao. died u year twice after tho attack did she show any borhood chestnut liuntingSaturday. The Booth says tho Salvation -t- luiieriil of consciousness, and then only '' 'u'r- Tins widow of tho late Alexander girls say the air was full of "old chestFor it as Never Before with the Army luw'J.TOO tocietiea, 8,000 olllcern slight, cilice her marriage until tlie last mid an annual income of $..000,000. few years Mrs. Bush had been a great Tribble. who departed this life not very nuts," but nonepalatablecould be found. Miss Dove Harris is yet very sick. ' ago, was married tho other day to That's just liko the other churches. Sab sullerer and had been subject to fainting money to attacks, hut she had gotten in apparent-- , Clay Broadus, her overseer and much Miss Helen Brown entertained a d vationV free, but it coot' audience In elocution last Friday ly good health and this fall seemed bet- - j '' junior. The old lady confesses to maintain an army of ollkers. ynre and ten. evening. Mart Hobinson and family Full of life and of a kind throe-scorA church social at his charge, the ter than ever. mmmms welcomed and all'ectionate disposition, sho was gen- -' have moved to the lower end of the Broadway Baptist, T. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, county, on the Fisher's ford road. Quite Ht'V. H. Allen Tuppcr from his Kurope-m- i orally beloved by her neighbors and all a number of our millionaires are attendtrip Saturday iiIkIu. It wan largely who knew her and deep and general re- "Possums" arc coining in market, attended mid rcnt joy whm felt to have gret is felt at her untimely death. Pro- - j L.Thoinp-fessin- g ing the sale at Middlesborough. Bargains in nil lines at F. A. MoKeo Kinuaird lias severed his religion while yut in her child- - son's. their pastor with them apiin. Hew T. .L liodbey began u protracted liotsl, sho united with the Christian! Mrs. William McClure who has been connection with the linn of Brewer & l)gan, and will hereafter engage In tire Meeting at MuKcndrec last night which Church, of which sho has since been a very low is much better GOODS, will likely last a couple of week, with devoted member. Nothing but absolute T,U Signal ollico has been moved Insurance business. Capt. W. J. Kins uaird, whose insurance interests he purinability to attend services ever prevent- - OV(.r j. i;t Vowels' store. pre.ichini! in morniiiK and nt night, the illness of the preacher's little ud her fiom tilling her place at church,! Nino out of every ten persons in tiiis chased, it is understood, will go to Mid- That ever tickled the tastes or feasted the fancies of the most economdlesborough. Our city will be numergirl, whoiscoiilined to her bed, inter- where she was ever ready to do her part ,,),.t. r,. nlllletcd with bail colds. ical. This is our INAUGURAL to a season of restless activity. t iiiadvunciug tho cause of tho Master she feres with the present plans. A Line Creek man brought in 10 ously represented at the Lexington races see us. Hring your family and your friends. The report of tho I to v. Dr. David loved so well. Her deatli creates an dressed squirrels Friday and sold them this week. Mrs. Sarah Hall and daughter, of Cincinnati, are visiting at the Morton, Secretary of thcSouthern Meth- aching void Isith in tho church and in at 75 cents per do.eii. residence. odist Church Kxtension Hoard, showed the happy family circle, but in their Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Paris and chil Fisher-Herri- ng On Saturday, the 5th, the democratI'J auxiliaries, onefor each annual congrief her laimly and friends are sustain- dren visited Crab Orchard Saturday. The receipts from all sources to ed by the coulideiico that she has been i Mrs. Belle Burnsldo and little Willie ic committee of Garrard count' met to ference complete the nominations for county March III. end of the fiscal year, aggrega- called to the reward that awaits the f- Belle were Brodhead Sunday. Have made our House the Hycyoned Idol of a gratified and deand before they would take any acted JO7,01.r).7S, besides a pledge fund of inally faithful and at His right hand with lighted people. CRAB ORCHARD. tion in nominating candidates for the reSH.OI'.'.T.). her sisters and others who have gone be spective ollices, they required eacli can-- The following is tho seating capacity fore, will Ih waiting and watching for James Warren is up attending to of eight tint largest churches in tho them. A loving husband and one son, a business. ICstes case, for cutting him, didate to come before them and agree to SU Peter's, Koine, f 1,000 world: boy of l'J years, survives her and they been taken to circuit court. Mr. J. W. abide by tho action of the committee. Messrs. Wherritt, Kigney and Tillitt Milan Cathedral, 37,000; St. Paul, with the aged father and mother, sisters James has gone to Florida to sell his '."j.OOO; St. Sophia, Confitantinople.-tS.OObrother, have the sincere sympathy mige grove. M. V. Sigler, of Sigler iV were before the committee personally, STANFORD HUSTONVILLE. Notru Dame, Paris, 21,000; Florence of legions of fiiends In the blighting nor- - Carson, was in Louisville lost week buy-ro- und agreed to submit their claims for the CVthedral, V,WM of county clerk. The vote VO.000; Pis. that has come to their household. UK their winter stock of goods. W. t". nomination St. Mark's Venice. 7,000. liod grant them comfort and consolation Thompson has gone to Virginia via Mid-i- ii of the committee was taken by ballot For the second time in its history, this dark hour. The remains were dlesboroiigh. Mr. J. F. Cummins io and Mr. Wherritt received ( votes while -Talmnge's taken to her late residence yesterday and the Brooklyn tabernacle, Dr. spending a few days in lniisville and Mr. ltigney received 5. The vote was wais destroyed by tire Sunday, this morning will be brought hack to tho will likely locate taken and counted twice by F.qs. Cook, ihiirch, there. Mr. h W. Jones just before preaching hour; los includ- Christian church, whereat 10..H) I!ev. l.b made all arrangements to move to James N. Denny and Capt. T. A. Klkin, ing the line organ, SloO.iXX). The doc- Joint Bell Gibson Will preach the funer-- , Middlesborough in a few days. J. F. and the tally kept by Sec'y Hughes. The tor has issued an appeal for contribu- al discourse, after which they will be Holdam returned home Thursday, after vote was so announced before the comtions saying he wishes to ruib" $100,000 consigned to the earth in Bullalo Spring! taking in Louisville, Cincinnati ,aud St. mittee and Mr. Wherritt declined the more than the total insurance so that he Cemetery. Louis. Mr. I). B. Kdmiston has finished nominee of the committee for county can build a church to hold all who may Mr. lieorge W. Wclsli, Sr., of Dan- - plastering his new house and will move clerk. Mr. ltigney and some of his friends Is Receiving His however, being dissatisfied witli the re- come to hear him ville, died at an early hourSundayiuorn- - into it in a few days, suit, went to work to tind out who of the -- An ollkial s orgin of the Southern ing of pneumonia, aged about SO years. committee had voted against their candi-- ' Ctiuzi.no Woutiius Matk.ua.. Methodist Church is agitating the sub- He was born in this countv, his mother audmaiu-4nin- s Vot tllw ',ast hopeful of the signs of the date. At lirst they claimed that Mr. family of ject of "worldly ainiisemoiits," being a Lee, of the etc., that name. He kept store for a number times is the tendency to use materials Toinlinson had not voted nor cast tho Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial that dancing, theatre-going- , art clearly against the rules of tho ofvearsat Hustonville and afterwards once thrown aside as wortnless. Cotton proxy he held of Committeeman Clark, It advocates vigorous measures mJvcdto Danville, where he continued seed oil was once without value. Slag, which proxy designated Mi. When it as A C. SINF. i hurch. J..V. MEKEFEK and says that the preachers should not nieichandisiiiguptohisiIeath,beiiigthefori,,t'll.v mere rubbish, is made into his choice for clerk. Mr. Touiliusuii, -only preach against these sins, but dis- senior member of the long established beautiful ornaments for tho table and howexer, coirected this impression when Louisville, where he cipline the members who commit them. linn of Welsh & WK'inan. He was a mantelpiece, and some varieties have he leturned from -- Dealers In Nine additions have so far blessed man of splendid mind and seemed a been utilized as a manure or in load-bor- n had gone the moiuing after the commitwas tho I th VlorM of Kid. A. P. Cobb at the lluancicr. During its existence ho1 making. Anthracite coal was long in tee meeting, by stating that it church. Tho worthy ovange-lis- t was president of the First National Bank4l,rvi" ita claim to be a serviceable fuel, lli--t lace and that of coroner he did not Christian " vote in, and iu which only l votes were I.atliH, " is a very forceful and learned ex- and then "" of its successor, V l';'rriu'1 " cast, and that in the clerk's nice which und while all of Hi.. F.mneis National, both of which in- - P1"" wl'oro """ "' pounder of gospel truths B3CX3JCTBS to endanger houses stood 0 for Wherritt and 5 for ltigney lie " wich vfcnr He! his sermons are good, some are models of slitutionsowomuchlohi.ssagKcily. Mouldings, and Scroll Work, Since this correction of l " probabilities are tlint certainly voted, in addition w.,m nmomberoftho Presbvteiian Church ,""1 " beauty and able when he ilUo wrvleo h01"' Mr. Toinlinson, Uigney's friends claim wiU lw .vwir he has the good sense to know and ii uood and useful citizen. Funeral I " tllllt " hitheito been overlooked. that Oof the committeemen tell them isii'rouglinnd coiisciiuontlv does not at tho t!il Presbyterian church this morn Cedar and Locust Posts. s We mil carry a lull slock of everything found in .1 'l '" ,10t 'ikl''.v l',al ,,1U' knows the full that they voted for their candidate. Of Lumber Yard, tire his hearers with long drawn out dis- ing at 10 o'clock. A. C. SINK, l!uIneu Manager. . worth of everything in Nature's store- - course as the vote was taken by ballot courses. The meeting will eohtinuo all Wiirnso of Dr. iilain s condition and house. the committee desired no one to know-hotho week. any member voted and while it was services the other after- - its cause, Dr Alcorn says in tho AdvoVfterhis Kii.i.kdin Vakiocs Waks. According iI the shortest, 11 hours juiciest between ago Saturday last ho and to a computation just issued by an emi- imprudent to ask any committeeman u ion Bro. B.irncs made a statement of cate: A month responded by Dr. I.a Force, of Willianisbuig, received nent statistician the cost in human life how ho voted, much Mr. Uigney's friends r (A his needs and our citizens Wher-aitt'- s Orcontnbutiug$0.'iat the meeting and a a jug of whisky from Jellico and started of the wars of tho last ."l years has been havo havo set tho precedent Mr. Shlri'i investigated the mat15 miles out iu the friends have amount since. Tlioamount to some springs about war cost souls. The Crimean considerable country, .vner go.ui; iiimjiu iu maw. .uu, rMm umi. n, Itnan wnr , lS30)i 4(V ter and find (J of tho committee who say is not yet up to Lancaster which Entire Trains Kun Through Without Change. . ?S.').r0, instead of $0, Col. Mil- thoyput up for the night and remained lh() 1)mMi wm 1S(U)) ..(KW. the they voted for Wherritt, and as there aro THROUGH CAR SERVICE. Should those of our citi- till morning. The jug, in the meantime, All,rilM1, dv wartho Northern States, only 11 votes in the committee, some ler writes us. following morn- - .,80000. tll() thy ono must he mistaken Both of these Southern States South Hound Train No i.Tullmon lloudoir buffzens wiio attended the meeting and did was not neglected. 'I'lie et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans wish ing both worunli'k. Dr. La Force return- - Alwtro.i.nS!HllM war j5iO0O; tho Franeo-e- d gentlemen wont before the committee not have the money with them, ChattanonKa to hhrcteport. Mr. to town, took his bed and died in less i Ul,rm!in war-Fra- nco Train No. 5, I'u'lman lloudoir ISuflot Sleepir? 153,000;: Germany and agreed to abide its action. Mill to contribute they can hand tho Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati back (10,000; tho comthan a week. Dr. Blaiu was taken Turco-UussiaL'50,000; Wherritt had never canvassed to Mrs. V. U. Welch. war, the amounts Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis his toNew Orltun via M. A: O, the South African wars, IIO.OOO; tho Af- mittee or know how it stood; and hud no The Southern Presbyterians havo to Williamsburg iu a few days, but scholars in Ken- mind has been a blank since. Ho lies ghan war. L'3.000: tho Mexican and Co relative on it to especially look afier his i),00o Sunday-schoo- l Condensed Schedule in Effect March 3:, SS$ 1 liquid of nearly L'.OOO over abed, never speaks, swallows expeditions. 05,000, and thoj interest, while Mr. ltigney had two r. tucky, an increase ' of the commithis mouth and breathes. Bulgaro-ServiaK1CA.D UP. insurrection, L'5,000. atives who were members last year. A considerable, discission when poured into RKADDOWN. spectacle Is a sad ono and the moral This list docs not include mortality from tee and who of course would see that Sunday-schools The TRAINS NORTH. TRAINS SOU 111 nroseon the (inestion of No. 41. No. j I Poisoned liquor wrought sickness. Chicago 1 lerald. No, 4. No. 6. ltigney was not unfairly treated. Mr. tin 7. No. 3, No. j. Na. 1. STATIONS. at the Synod at Henderson, when some a sadder one. I.im. Daily, Daily Fait Daily. i Wherritt never objected to his relatives Daily K. Sun.' Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. Daily. Dally Ex. Llm. I.im. took tho position that tho use tho ruin of two men whoso lives might I.im. preachers A Jessamine county preacher who has acting on the committee iu tlis case. Dr. Blain society. Cincinnati ..A'rv; 6 40 a m 641pm 1025 a m 330pm 75jamiL,ve 9 17 a mi 403pm Scop of tho International Lesson Papers' in havo ornamented WillMinttown .L'vel 5 13 a m 830 a m 1 Ji in 47 pin 93U 9 5.1" m was detrimental to may recover his mental equipoise and lately been traveling through Breathitt, Now it the committee would take no ac- - 1059am 5 01 p in to 39 I'm,. Georgetown p 4ioann 4 15 pm 7 24 a in I 38 p m 7 our .Sunday-school- s l.iiiiglon 7 00 a m 1210 p m 3 48 a m physical activity, hut tho outlook now is and in a neighborhood where there had tiou in tho nominations unless all par- - 11 30P in 7 3J pm 1055 pni 10 5 a m j Biblical knowledge, in that it caused tho not promising. .." ......'. I.vt-- . ..Lou. S. R. R....AtrJ lately been a new church erected, was ties concerned agreed for them to make .;...' I.ve.l.. Unrein Arr pupil to lose sight of tho chronoligical A report of the Hardin County Poor asked by a pious old ladv if ho saw any such nominations, how can they take 11 ji pm 8 45 pm u i a mill 17 am l.e Arr 255am 320pm 5 50 am 10 50 p in IlurK'ti connection of ovonts. Tho Synod will a 31 a in Danville 530am 1031 p m Ho re- author action unless by consent of all I j $0 p ml i 59 pm! J 6 u m Farm recently made, shows that tho signs of tho spread of religion. Covington. pm ni 11 45 ln Junction City meet next year In 1; pm 9 lopmn a3itmi 153pm 5101m 1020 a m ., pm plied: "I heard something you might parties interested. Now we do not see 300 p m 830 ) 05 a m ...Aoinerset 00 105am iijpoi cost of maintaining her paupers per , 35 pm it 15a m 4 3tam . ft 50 pm as a m a it a m, . . . Oakdale vci 4 00 a m Gen. Clayton, Preshlent of tho Uni- capita was $17.71. Tho expenses of tho possibly call encouraging. As I passed why this matter should bo further agita. iti 00 pm it am 6 10 n m Ar v.tritianoo(ra..i. ..... 6 20 p ml 7 55 a m : aooa m ni . 9 10 a mi 7 00 p in,L've...Chattjnooga r35n versity of Alabma, died at Birmingham farm, including salaries, etc., woro $1,- - the door of a cabin ncions the creek I ted. Acquiesce, gentlemen, acquiesce I 4 I 949pm nnaiia.. 47v miim ii 45 pm Ar'V Ilirniingham age of (15. call out to her daughter 3 00 p m 3 00 p m L've... t 4t j 1)50(10, while returns from tho sale of heard a woman simiiliiv inorniiiL' at tho ....... Tuscaloosa oi am 6 oS p m. I joa in .lolui 1. lUutr, tint iV'W Jeibuy red'Sally Ann, you I. ve looop m1 The McLlroys will meet in a "Cen- produce wore $.S0. 8S, making tlio cost 1115pm 445am Ar'v .Meridian ' Ar'v...New Orleans ...I. e MS am 3 35pm who confussoH to n for-tuiniiHimtt', 030 a iiiilouni tennial Banquet," near Lebanon, on Oct. above the profits $100 81, this sum rep- headed cuss, come right in to prayeis, 9 40 pm j 5IOaiU I. VCt.MM.'ICII'JI. 4...,.., of .0,000,000, rnnied lii.s ilrht dolJournal. At v ... 0 top in ... 910am L've.... Jackson 10. Samuel and James McKlroy and resenting tho actual outlay for the sup... 400 pm bv walking to JCtcton ami bad;, u u 15am L've....Vicksburt,' . ,M lar Margaret Irvine, port of those dopeinlent on tho county, 1005 a m .iionroe A Good Cough Syrup. their wives, Mary and leninive iliMuiii'o ui --'5 mile, to Mill a lot of rabz:::1 1 30 p ... Ar'v.. .Shraveport ...... 6oo.ffli, came from Virginia to Kentucky and 28 iu number. Tho farm has only been There it nothing piruiUaliouM be to careful bit hkms. Nurtti'llouni)' 'IrainNo. , Pullman lloudoir lluftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati settled iu Marion county iu October, iu operation one year and tho outcome about a telcctine n coukIi )rup. llcjojs' Cherry l KPI'lU llllVK lll'llll fllllllll Shreveportto Chntlnnooa. on tho was rather surprising, and naturally so Cough Syrup cotli no mure than the- chcip unit in Orleans to Cincinnati. Train No 6. l'ullnianlluiidolr lluffet Sleof 1750. Tho banquet will bo held tombtlmt was li.OOJyearrt to Cincinati iu an thrown on tho market, 'lha Ut Ira No. 8,' Pullman noiidoir and utfet Slcvnire Car Chattanooa Knoxville to and. Sleepers Jack-il- le log cabin was built, when tho county has beou burdened forior no.trunn tht-iK. T.. v. Cincinnati. from A. and doubt about to Cincinnati, via V. snot where the ihst nouetooKooJ.ueiureanilcctlir.GGS'CIIKKIlY obi. Tliuro was no st'1'tln, btuwuso tliui sonv . WOOLLEY. lrv Pass. Afit., Lexington, Ky. IltANK ii'livcre. by n ml addresses will bo with n tax upon its income of $1,000 biiii? watiTiut'lon 1). G. KUW'AltDS, r.en'I andTkl. At. n "AULT, General Manager, COUGH SVRU1'. We Ucplton hand ut all Knott, Clarence U. McLlroy and mummy whm all doubled up whuu found. JOHV Cinclnuuti Ob.j, for tho support of her poor. ume. A W. I'dinr, rusfiit. Klil. (.'. P. WIlllainMon clowd a ut Mt. Zlu.ii, in .MiitUson, wltli -'.I ! nil- - Mrs. Kate Cobb Bush, wifo of Harry T. Bush, died suddenly of a stroke of , of Paris, and Miss VanArsdale, of Harrodsburg, are to be married on tho LMth. Miss Jenie Salter, daughter of It. L. Saltoi, was married at Danville last week to T. Yates Hudson, of Louisville, ''' " Crutchlleld, of Louisville, and Whs Sue M. Bionaugh, of Xicholasville, -- C.B.Mitchell, -- AV. 1 TOTfllt ECLIPSE - to-da- i c, ', J ' '' The Winter Season WE ARE EQUIPPED MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK i fair-size- e Boots and Sk. Clothing, Hats, &c, &c, DRY mi-les- ( BCome Low Prices, Honest Dealing & Honest Values per-nou- s; oi-ai- id S. L. POWERS & COand O; w ' H.4.RUPLEY,- ' ' tetHeJf Si, FALL AND WINTER GOODS well-know- -- , 'IE ilE idVEE firit-clas- j PuQUtn-- i "-'- " "'K AND DRESSED LUMBER, Shingles, Etc., SASH, DOOHS &WD tE Brackets ' PATENT WXB,E A1TD S3LAT FENCE, ' ' r MiwSfrfTKjKMii mjHirtf7 mmw. i s con-tribut- '. j IIBWn Cincinnati and New leans. m n 'mi '6 1 1 chin-Chines- e n I I I I I 111 1 j j 1 1 3o-- 1 ; A mil-10.1- 1 d, W'lltlll-llll.llll- .,,. A. r ox-Oo- v. P-- others. The largo new hotel and four other i InteriorJournal buildings, at Norwood, Pulaski county, burned Friday night. John Peters, oi Jticinnoml, va., is Stanford, Ky , Octoiiek 15, 1889 under arrest charged with causing the death of his child by falling on it while drunk. Us Inst Ktisincss conW. F WALTON. J. 0. Jtodeiner, the tractor, was awarded the masonry of tho iron bridge across Town Creek, at GallaTiik democracy 6f Lincoln county will tin. Tho span is 80 feet. bo called on next Saturday to nominnto to who House week One man was killed, three were, fa- by primary election candidates for the we to in. n dozen were injured various offices to be filled at the next Au- taxation," and declares that any soldier tally hurt and over in a collision between a freight an mm gust election. The committee in pre- who applies for a pension, unless ho is scribing who is entitled to vote was not by wounds or disability incurred in ser- ing train near Bridgeport, O. G rover Cleveland was tendered tho as explicit as it miht have been, simply vice, prevented from earning n living, nomination for Congress to fill the vaproviding "that democrats who will sup- "is guilty of conduct calculated to injure port the ticket nominated and those of the goom men who were willing to give cancy occasioned by the denth of Sunset democratic proclivities, who shall attain their blood anil their lives fortheireoun-try.- " Cox, but ho declined the honor. Caps, John L. Starks, tho republican posttheir mnjority by the regular election" These aro the words of true patrimaster at Cave Spring, together with 11! is generally un- ots. All honor to such a Post! shall be so entitled. It other olfenders, has been arrested for derstood, however, that a man's vote in Of";11." above above, Tiik cowardly scamps who form the selling whisky in Logan county. the last presidential race shall be a test week we to Next month in Baltimore will be be- is proper that it mobs that murder colored men in the of his democracy and it less vr a. should. If be voted for Cleveland and South should be held to the strictest ac celebrated the 100th anniversary of the j Tburman and promises to support the countability by the authorities, in ag establishment of the First Homan Catho week: Comforts Soc, ticket, ho will be clearly entitled to cast gravated cases of rape there is some ex- lic Bishopric in the United States. home-mad- e The wife and three tons of Patrick bis bailot in tho primary, while if he ex- cuse for men taking the law into their at, vsJ hands, but when a negro is hung simply Daley were burned to death, and their $2. Woolen pressed his preference for Fisk and . So. Sen 5.? o2. nllmrtnlnn. . Brooks he will no more be so entitled because he threw a rock at n white man, home destroyed, by natural gas explosc IIIVI'I . i,,VVf iui eft above we if he voted for Harrison and Mor- it is time that a halt was called and the ion at Davis Switch, Pa., Thursday than ton. It is n democratic ticket we are to perpetrators given a taste of tho rope night. Lotta is the richest actress in the select and democrats alone should select themselves. There is too much of the mob business in the South and it is nat- United States. Her fortune is estimated aspir-ant- s it. Fortunately for the party, the for the oilico are all good men. urally creating a sentiment of resentment at $1,000,000, all made on tho stage durThere are no contests save in the jailer's in the breasts of people who believe that ing the last '20 years. She has never race and that at present promises to cre- the law alone should handle those accus- married. The Harrodsburg council took the To offer. ate considerable interest. In a contest ed of crime. Come week, everybody; look be convinced. proposition of tho Electric Light CompaJourbetween democrats, the a, Mk. Young E. Allison has severed book. 'J.ri-l- ' . forget IIIIII. Tf ny to furnish the town with light for ten . f r nal does not feel called upon to advo. his connection with the Commercial every s of goods receive cate the claims of the favorite it may Club and other money devil organiza- years at $1,200 per year. There are to von to a, on in tho race, because it wants to be tions at Louisville and taken charge of be 00 light of l!o candle power each. have The branch penitentiary at Eddy-vill- e in position to give the nominee its cor- the publication department of the 0 is nearly completed. About dial support, no matter which of the Courier Journal Job Printing Co., has already been expended on it and win the prize, there- for which three aspirants may he is eminently titted. Mr. fore it will content itself by merely urg AIHboii makes a success of everything ho another appropriation will bo necessary. ing upon tho democrats of tho county to takes hold of and Louisville owes him It will have cell room for S0 convicts. Main stM A single sheet of paper six feet wide go to tho polls and vote for the man they inucli for the advertising he has given SALINGER, think can most easily win in the final herns well as for creating Borne needed and 1 miles in length has been made at 1 ., paper worn, mo u aienoo, Charles Spratt. of Wayne county, race. Do not dodge the issue by staying reforms in its local government. weighed pounds, and was made iM,ught of James Eubnnks a combined at home, but go and give your aid and without support to complete the invincible ticket It Is said Secretary Noble has render- ami rolled entire Norwich, a single break, HOm. mure for Conn., went The town of j. p. iM'nuw had a peek of Irish w. of which is named in advance. ed an opinion to the effect that Senator most IWtitftF&Aiz UI I was illegal and democratic for the first time since the re- ,)0t,aocs Saturday containing only 15 Manderson's Senator that under this decision Senator Marnier- party wits organized. The tick- - tto,.s ,i weighing 1(1 pounds. Inoalls, the from Kansas, is a cheeky individual, son has returned the special certificate et went through by an average majority Huntii'c Burns, of tho Wet-- t End, who ha& never learned that sent him by Commissioner Tanner. This of llltO, some of the candidates winning bought of Ed Wilkinson, 00 ewes at is half scandal. Says the blatant egotist: is imiKirtant if $U.:i5 and 20 200 pound hogs at llj cents. true, but it will be hard by 500. Bruce, who is a negro, "It is due me that the legislature should to make people believe that the Senator J. E. Karris had ; neaii oi cattle run His prop-- j 0Vl,r , killed by a freight on Saturday return me to tho Senate. Who has done will disgorge- without being forced by has solved the race question illtPVPt V, ,1V. ' MagQ, Will more for Kansas than I ? Where would lawsuit, even if itis decided that he is osition is that tho negroc move in a , ,,t T,8 liakw ft ,u. ms 0(jt , tlir,.e , coiulucl tho -. Kansas stand in the councils of tho na- not entitled to the several thousands body to Kansas, Nebrask 'V WherP X weeks in the same way. UC ' to Supply tllC W(tnts of uesota, Illinois, tion if I had not represented her in the given him by the looter. isconsin and other Wl!l. of Mnj. Thomas' Dixiana T,. Northern and Western States Senate? I have brought her into promnew yearlings took plane at Morris Park! inence by my attacks on men and measThe News says a Whitley county Ti..... .1.... (if rivt.r ,., . Col. W. M. Hl'll, of the . nrii-iiiumuii , ures. The Senate never had a better will please accept our profoundest man invested $85 in sugar and berries 1!00 a head was realized. F presiding officer than I have been. I thanks for counteracting the growing and made them up into blackberry wine. J. R. Karris is in U'xington with havo given the State a standing at Wash- impression we are an old man. The other dav ho sold the wine by tho Pence, who as entered in the stallion that Oils, School Books, I He spent stake but has been scratched on account ington and before the country which enScarcely more than a long yearling" is barrel and realized $219. diuiwlvn 15 days work in the manufacturand I proposo to good. about titles me to low 'ices, of hisnot being in condition. first-clas- s ing. have it." If this isn't enough to disgust goods. ttoml A dispatch from Fleming county The bridge between Louisville and The Jessamine Journal avers that it the solons upon whom will devolve the says much of the tobacco that had reelection of Ingalls' successor, they must was in dead earnest about being for "Teflerson ville is under headway. It will cently been cut has been nipped and Junction City, if tlje capital is to bo re- be 1.(500 or 1,700 feet long and the aphave the nature of a dog. practically worthless. moved. It would be a better location proaches on each side will make the rendered The Sideview sale of Shorthorns at structure about 8,800 feet in length. It Col. Thomas M. Green, of Maysville, than Frankfort. $10,470 for 150 head. is all to be constructed of steel and iron. Lexington realized was here Friday looking into sonio old Duchess of O.ik Hill brought NEWS CONDENSED. The Knights Templar in conclave at The 12th records. While here he took occasion Washington elected J. P. S. Gobin, of $1,050 and Geneva Kent $2,000. Tho prohibition majority in North to give us an account of the circumstanT. C. Anglin sold to W. II. CrawPennsylvania, most eminent grand masces which led up to the killing of Col. Dakota is 1,100. the brown colt, Con- ford, at Baldwin, at Lexington, which showed At SaultSte Marie, Mich., $50,000,-00- ter and W. I.n Rue Thomas, of Kenstantine, two years old, by Wilkes Boy Denver was feet of lumber was destroyed by fire. tucky, grand generalissimo. that he tried his best to avoid the diffichosen as the next place of meeting, de- dam by Kentucky Clay, for?20,000. A House in which you can find Samuel D. Brown, of Bowling Green, culty which was forced on him and only Col. J. S. Bledsoe has aspleudidcrop resorted to violence when all chances of has been appointed Postoflice Inspector. feating Louisville by a vote of 10 to !M. from While laborers were digging a sewer of apples on his knob farm, judging escaping the trouble seemed to have deThe big fertilizing factory of Gober, the specimens he left at this office. They parted. There is no braver or cooler Sons&Co., was burned at Baltimore. in Ticonderoga, N. Y., they upturned weighed about 2 pounds apiece. Howe, tombstone and remains of man in the State than Col. Green and Loss $1500,000. The train that was bringing J. II. nono who appears to more seriously reC..P. Orwin, mayor of the town of commander of the English allied forces, Fugleman's Jeremiah and several other gret that ho was ever placed in the fear- Horace, Kan., was burned to death in a who was killed by the French, on July horses from Chicago to U'xington was 8, 1758, at the battle of Ticonderoga. The ful alternative of killing a fellow man railroad wreck. ditched at Terre Haute and nil were inPhilip Trestler was killed and John oak coffin was well preserved, the skull or being killed. He carries a wound in Any of the above goods exchanged for Country dis- jured. Produce. close proximity to his heart as a con Robinson seriously hurt by a runaway intact, but tho other bones were At the Warsaw, 111., Fair, Oct. ltd, jointed anil decayed. team at Harrodsburg. stant reminder of that terrible day. We do a strictly Cash Business and our Henrv Poindexter and Marion Mc Satellite trotted five miles on a prices aro There are over 00 cases of diphtheOomo and see what we can save you tho LOWEST. The official vote of Montana shows ria at Carbondale, Pa. Undertakers have Bride, two white convicts, escaped from track in llt:50j, lowering the record one tii KiMwilln nenhnntliirv bv senliiur minute and 15 seconds from that made that while the Lower House is a tie, the refused to handle bodies. by Juggler, an English horse. Senate is strong enough democratic to A silk factory which will give em the outside wall. Pursuit at once comThe Georgia legislature has passed Next door to Portman House'. with trained bloodhounds, givo us seven majority on joint bailot. ployment to 200 operatives will bo start- menced Stanford Ky One State out of the four new ones, on- ed at Fredericksburg, Va." which would likely have resulted in a law making the oflko of Commissioner of Agriculture elective by the people, ly, is not much for the democrats to A. P. Minton, of Pulaski, was in- their speedy apprehension had it not brag on, but wo aro thankful even for dicted by the U. S. Court at Louisville been for the poisoningof one of the best and appropriating $10,000 for its support, small favors. South Dakota seems to be for selling whisky without license. dogs in the chase. It is supposed the in addition to $1,000 for printing. The Fairlawn stud of 201 horses was us measly in its republicanism as KanW. A.Robinson k Co., oil dealeis, dog picked up the bait dropped by the sold at auction the last three days of last from its legislature which have made an assignment, sas, judging at Providence convicts when they found themselves prop-erthas 125 republican majority. so hotly pressed, and yielding quickly to week for $102,285. They were the Mew R. I. Estimated liabilities, $250,000. new Gen. Withers. A numof tho late The Emperor of Japan has taken its rapid effects, was soon lying limp and The youngest man on tho grand jury possession of a new palace, furnished in nearly lifeless by tho side of tho trail it ber of tho animals sold at from $2,000 to faithfully pursuing. Poindexter $5,000. was is 44 years old; tho oldest 01). The aver- European style. It cost him $,000,000. was so for 10 and McBride tor 0 years. in Irish potatoes aro selling at 20 cents age ago of the jury is 50 years. SomerMew Calicoes, new Kansas City is the proud possessor per bushel at Midway, 25 at Millersburg, tho wisdom that of set Republican. If a trotting dog, a red Irish Better, who, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and 50 here. Judge Russell Mann sold Mew should come of years is possessed by this pulling 80 pounds, made a half mile in new Henderson Baugh bought of J. S. his farm of 50 acres, to John Tarr, of jury, its actions will be characterized by 1:55. Mew Millersburg, for $120 per acre, cash. Young a yoke of oxen for $80. great good 6euse. But if on the other new Two negroes under sentence, tho Allen Beazley bought of J. E. Farris Paris News. Bhould prove that there aro hand they one for and the other for to I). T. B. Bright, of Garrard, sold a fine trotting mare for $200. no fools like the old fools, what amount highway robbery, broke jail at Versee The Sideview Herd of Shorthorns at C. Terhune 111 yearling mules at at, $100. of mischief they will do! Consailles. Terhune. also bought 152 yearling mules Mt. Sterling averaged $207 for 05 head. Tho supply of natural gas at PittsShoe; C. Fon Sale. Second hand wheat of W. S. Vanars.lall at $84. 10 of T. Halstkad, who charged upon what ho burg has petered out and for several drill, cheap. J. S. Bledsoe, Stanford. f'nliimim nt l'.i nnil 111 of Ben Briidit. claimed was reliable authority that tfie Shoes. days the city has been without tho mysfor governor was L. Watere sold to G. T. Ilehna 6f Garrard, at $100 each. Advocate. John democratic candidute terious fluid. hogs at $11.85 per cwt. Axtell, tho wonderful lot of to bo a benellciary on tho ballot box job, Editor T. L. Stovall has instituted Tho agricultural department fixes trotter, lowered the record for that agol j has discovered evidence to tho contrary suit in the Hardin circuit court agaiiif-- Ohio's wheat crop at 157,000,000 bushels. ' seconds at Terre Haute, doing the mile and very frankly says so in tho Cominer F. M. Joplin for $10,000 damages for asThe field marshal is to be Burke Bros, sold to Johnson, of in 2:12 and shortly afterwards was sold sault and battery. hogs at 4 cts. to a syndicate for $105,000, more than complimented. It takes more nervo Boyle, 20 head ice ever paid for Tho McDonald Bros., of Louisville, bought in the East double tho largest pi at tho Lexington ra-a William Herrin to acknowledge a wrong, than to do received the contract for horse. Ho will trot building the cattle at 2J ces this week. End 22 head 2 and one. PZEaua-GKESq- ? Fayette jail at $:'!,000. It is to be of cents. Moses Kahu, for M. Goldsmith, has Extra lot of Hi yearling mules for sale purchased of Charlton Aloxander, cashA lineman was almost instantly turn- stono and steel entirely. Nino hundred people in Morton nil mares but two. 0. J. Crow, Mc-- ier of tho Northern Bank, 010 corn and ed into charcoal by coming in contact fed cattle that weigli upwards DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, U county, Kansas, aro reported to bo in a Kinney. with a defectively insulated electric wire of 1,700 pounds, at an average of about A. T. Nunnelley bought of W. P. 5 cents per pound, tho aggregate being in Now York, making eight to bo bo kill- destitute condition. The crops failed FANCY ARTICLES, &0. hogs at about $55,000. They will be shipped to Grimes 22 head of ed this year. And yet they are trying and food is very scarce. Harry Robertson, foreman in the C. 3 cents. France. At G. W. Morrow's sale 50 Physician prescription accurately compounded. up there to provo that electricity is not averaged $l!5; horses, $75 to John A. Logan, son of Black Jack, a sure means of taking the life of crimi- II. it I). shops, Cincinnati, was run over tho cars, which cut both legs off and bought five Shorthorns at the Anderson $1(50; Southdown sheep, $8 to $10; corn by nals. $1.25 to f 1.157J. Paris Kentuckian. otherwise injured him. sale for $0,575. (J George W. Payne, alias "Nibsev," The new city directory gives A proceps has been invented by THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, James Woodall, of Rockcastle, bought a population of 14,85(1. If all those one of tho most expert safo burglars in of John Wells, a pair of aged mare means of which photograph can be printCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ed almost as fast as newspapers, and who are in lovo with tho delightful littlo tho country, has been captured at Day- mules for $1500. without dependence on sun or li(ht. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than old jack. Fine Thoy aro said to bo of city could live there tho number would ton. There is a strong probability that Foil Sale. llrst quality. the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. increase even at a more phenomenal he figured in the C. ft O. job in Cincin-nu- color and action. Apply or write to S. That of course would make photouraphs paired on shortjnotlce and warranted. much cheaper. rate than it has in the last few "years. II. Rout, Hustonville. Semi-Weekly Ik all the G. A. It. Posts would express themselves as tho Jyirnham, at Now York, much more respect would bo felt for tho organization, which has degenerated into a political machine, which niavs for all tho money in sight. The Kjmliam Tost condemns in unmeasuied terms the attempt to make use of the Grand Army of the Republic for political purposes, or as "an engine to aid in dissipating tho surplus that has been ac cumulated by unwise ami unnecessary J J QXJXCK DRY Hats, well-know- n And Small Profit nid the for Week. Every person came our last will warrant the assertion, when claim have done the largest trade CLOTHING, GOODS, BOOTS; SHOES, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, $c, House in this town and following the motto resulted as will continue sell our stock at proits jhis limited than Specialties for this at worth $1.25; at $1.20, worth cebrased Comfort Bla.nkcts SJ.2o a pair, worth atjp2, Blankets worth Fine rn tih cr lllnnhnt ....,.. ,y Besides the have many more rxau1aVnI',w?rYl;Mour Ixn-mo- this and atter that concerns your pocket for yourselfdon't it is yon bay yon aoiiar worth a ticket entitling chance the 200 Organ. 4 $."00,-00- -- THE LOUISVILLE STORED Stanford. f-'oO. .. j Manager. ' HMIiSTRATTON Business College g j && LO S V L LEJCY. self-prais- e - Having purchased the shall pleased Courier-Journa- l, A iii'iii-'i(-- i ,..--- - - jufuur ana " patrons la"d I 1 from a ull v Full Stock of Drugs Paints ana silverware at I have a styte. ryrepalUs rery respectfully, J,'j'j:: ibeorltZ rail Paver, W. B. MoBOBEBTS. 0 Just What Goods is Needed ! Dry and Notions, Boots, Shoes, &c. Groceries, Queensware, .Glassware, I JONES BROS., NEW DRESS GOODS?" Flannels, y 4 jew Canton Flannels, Ginghams, new Penangs, Hosiery, Underwear and Buttons, Trimmings, Blankets. - house-breakin- g Call and gress I our gents' Waukenphast Petiole also fall line ladies' and Children's 200-poun- d three-year-ol- d SEVERANCE & SON. 3c t e. 200-poun- j A0 B. FENNY, CnEWEILIEilR,. f blue-gras- s short-horn- s A, wens-bor- o tl-- i. il. timm Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal el I"kv .Sorghum Grocery. lit A. Warren'n Mod- - ' ordinary !W; equity appearances !!!; ordiremember we aru agents for A, nary do. .'50; divorce's 0. "There are no . K. Burkhardt. the celebrated manufacImportant Commonwealth cuscb, save IuiIIch' jaoKetH. b'v A i.aikh: line of turer of seal plush wraps, &e., Ac. Owsiiuu oi .iiurirwoun, which mivmg oeeu eranco ft Son. ley it Craig. Bus. MannRor twice tried with hung juries each time, Kivk and 7 bushel barrclH frctdi salt at Jrnui: J. F. IIkkiins, of Crab Orchnrd, wo suppose will have to give way to othT. It. Walton. MEANS BUSINESS. came down Saturday to announce him ers that have been deferred for it. The I NKwlotnf jewelry and watches jiiHt self for county judge on tbo democratic number of divorce petitions is not very Com K ami nettle your account. A. K. V. It. Meltoberts. received. ticket, but the bums got after him, this encouraging to those who contend that "Tenny. wanting a njiarVur and that 50 cents, marriage is not a failure. Watciikh nml Jewelry repaired nml Any oni: wIhIiIiik a wheat drill will do one which so disgusted him he gave up the warranted. A. It. Penny. well to cce me. I. M. llruee. A i.i, those who have no kindly promis Vnt'ii account Is ready, please call and Intention. . ed to contribute to the bo we are presettle. McKohertH . Stn'. Fink assortment of Fresh Candies just A hay stack on Hon. Ii. A. Lackey's paring to send to the Orphans' Home at Tiik bent place to buy drops patent received at A. A. Warren's Model . farm was struck by lightning Saturday Louisville, also any others who wish to medicincM and toilet articled 1h at A. It. . I'ciiuv'h. night and eight others caught fiom it help us in this work of love, will please ii Uuv vour school books, ink. tubleUi, photo- - and were also burned. Ihh about $100. send their contribution to Rio. Geo. H. lio to Rowland for paper, pencilH nml nchool HUiilii'.s of all tfraphs and tin types, oO cts. per do.en, Mrs. Kiinna Jones also lost ten stacks Rruce's store by the 21st of October as inds from A. It. I'nnv. Frank Cordier. in the same way the same night, while wo will ship it on the 22nd. RespectDr. Clifton Fowlerand C. Vanoy lost a fully, Mrs. Harry Rush and Mrs. W. L. PERSONAL POINTS. Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and silDawson. All silverware rick of straw each; verware just received, Dit. Hhon.w on Ih itnprovlnu. " Since the above was written Mrs. sold will lie engraved at reasonable rates. seems as if the Committee ought at Dii, .1. It. Owii.kv is in l.ouinville. It least to be sure that the persons appoint- Rush's labor of love on earth has ended, Mhb. W. I'. Tati: Urn returned fnim W. 11. Mcltobetts. ed to bold the primary election next but it furnishes another proof that she Louinvill e. Oi:o. H. HoiKKit, the clever young Saturday are democrats above reproach. was instant in every good word and MltH. 1.. V. HriKMAX llilH )!t)',W to I.exdemocrat, who has run the Parksville Hut it seems that they made a mistake work. ihton for a few dayn. .P satisfactorily for several postollice not to characterize it by n stronger term H. H. IlAVDKX.of Providence, is viwit Programme for Teachers' Association, years, steps down and out for W. I). Lat in sclcctini: Mr. Reuben Curtis as one of To iiiK hiH sinter, Mrn. Welch. be held at Tumersville Friday night, imer to step in. the judges in the Waynesburg precinct. Oct. 25, and 2(lth. Mux. A. J. K id ban returned from a A iioiixi: belonging to Alex Martin be Mr. Curtis isarepublicanaud is too much vIhU to IIiuitlriKton, W. Vn. For Friday night: Prayer by Rev. J. Coi I". I. Him. and wife have been came scared at a passing train and in its of a gentleman to accept the position, we M. Cook. Address of Welcome, Mits fright attempted to jump a palling feme. take it, but the Committee should namu vinitiiiU relatives at 1'arknville. Maggie Lewis. Response, R. L. Davis. Mum. Jack A da mm, .In., -- f Mu Vernon, Falling on the fence its entrails were let some other man at once. "Don't be a Drone in the Educational out and the horse died in a few minutes. ban been vlnititic Mm. W. J. Sparkn. George II. King of the Hive," Miss Kmma Dodd. LfNATic. Mr. Mux. 0. M, .Mcltoii):iiTN ban returned "The Importance of a County LibraTiik proposition to subscribe $"5,000to Hast Knd, was tried before Judge from n vWt to her mother at Liberty. Saturday and adjudged a lunatic. ry," Mrs. J. F. Gover. the capital stock of the Cincinnati, AlaMu. T. J. Ci'itTiK and family will hell bama Si Atlantic railroad, was defeated "The Relation between tbo State and His mind has been failing him for n year out on the 18th and move toSomenet. in Pulaski by a majority of 18. This is or more, during which time he would Fducation," W. F. Niles. Mst. J. A. Amos left ycatcrday to en"The Value of Civics in the School good news for Lincoln county, which, buy horses and cattle at ridiculously high ter the JellerMXi Medical College at Phil- ought to stir itself now and prollt by the prices and sell thom at equally as ridicu Curriculum," John A. Chappell. adelphia. Kssay, Miss Mattio Collier. mistake of her neighbor. lously low figures. This was his only M!.hHkttikTomi'ki.nh, of the Mt. XV "The Teacher's Duty to Himself, to ly weak point and his friends think that Ih visiting her parents at liar nla Hotel Sold. Mr. J. W. Hart, former- had he been taken away from his busi- his Profession lino to Society," Miss Kate rodnburg. ly of the Garuett House, Richmond, has ness some six months ago he would have Bogle. 3 In. Ilim'K Junk and her briirht lit- bought of the II. II. Rrinkley estate, the "How far should the Teauherbc Influgotten all right, lie was ordered to the tle boH returned yenteiday to Now De- Rriukley Hotel, at .Somemet, for $12,000. enced by Public Opinion?" W. F. Mc Asylum, at Lexington. Mr. Hart will take possession March 1st, catur, Ala. Clary. Kssay, Miss Mairgic Lewis. when Mr. W illiani Catron, present proMnn. MimonOvkiisthkkt, of IjiCiraiiK'c, Tiik large roller mill of Funk, Ander"The Needs of the Common School is the irmvt of her nUtcr, Mr. Charles prietor, will return to bis old son & Co., at Danville, was entirely destock trading. stroyed by fire Saturday about midnight. System," Mr. Michum, followed by all Me!5obert. Mil. ASK Mil". ClIAI'MW Coi.HMA.V, of H.wimi sold out my furniture and It contained over 7,000 bushels of wheat the teachers. Mercer, are vidtintr Mr. Hvan Water undertaker's business. I desire to collect and a considerable amount of Hour and "How can the Pupils be Interested in olliil, tbo entire loss footing up about the School and School Work ?" D. S. and fnmily. all accounts due mens speedily as possiRitle and II. S, Young. Mu. II. 0. Faiiiii, of Junction City, ble, that I may engage in other business. 20,(XK)ou which there was but SIO.OOOIii Saturday morning "Which are the is presumed that the lightIii'h daughter, Mr. I (.pent Sunday with hope my friends and customers will surance. It ning sot It afire as the fire had been greater Importance in Kducation, the Mark Hardin. efappieeiate my situation and make an Classics or Mathematics?' Afiirmative, Mil. ASH MllH. A. V.. IIl'.MII.KV. drawn from the engine at 5 o'clock that Mm. J. F. Gover. R. L. Davis, Nath. W. of fort to thus accomodate me. Respectis said that the owners Hughes, W. C. Wolford. afternoon. It Itoyle, have been viitliti; Mr. and Mm, fully, R. K. Wearen. Negative, Miss will rebuild near the depot. The lire Alice Stuart, W. F. Niles, W. F. McCla-rRobert McAIIater. J. A. Chappell. KiiiTOiiIlL'oiiKs, was plainly visible from here. Miwi Mattik Nkwiomii, of Mt. Vcr "Krrors in Teaching," Mr. Michum, oil" something funny about non, has returned home after a viwit to tried to get Tiik l.irri.K Coii'kttk. Miss Hettie W. C. Wolford. Judge Morrow getting two bottles of Mm. V. J. .Spark. "How ran Thought Power be Bernard Chase, supported by a company oped in Pupils?" Miss Alice Cook,DevelJohn M. Wim.iamk, of Ml, Vernon, whisky, but the judge didn't relish the J. R. above come- Wall. C. M. Young. stopped over on bin way from Ixmittville joke, which tbo editor now explains that of artists, will appear in the House, Monday "How to get the proper Kxpresion in it was. Daws will please hereafter label dy at Walton's Opera Saturday tocee hm friend here. night, 21st. The newspapers in the cit- Reading," T. S. Benson and W. J. Miw. II. J. McltoiiKitTH, of Montlcello such articles, "This is u Joke," if he ies where she has appeared speak very Mo., and her two children are viitini: wants the average mnn to catch on. "The Requisites to Successful Teachhighly of her as for instance tbo Cleve- ing." Mm. Annie Carrier, G. W. Curti-- . her brothem, J. K. and I. M Hruee. which says: "Miss Dkatii. A little child of Anton Rob "Is n Classical Kducation essential to Jam II. llitow.v, of Mill Sprinpn, leder, who with its father and mother land Plain a Dealer, Chase has handsome sbige figure, is an American Gentleman?" Miss Fannie Wayne connty,va valued friend and patarrived here from Germany Thursday, pnqossessing, and possesses all the qual- Wright, Miss Kvn Rradley. ron of thl paper, wan in town Friday. The public is urged to attend. Fellow died at the German Hotel Saturday night ifications necessary for a soubretto shir.. teachers, let each of us do our duty. Hon. IIukck Jonkx, Miperintcndent of of cold contracted on the voyage across She is not an imitator of any of the favor W. F. McClahy, President. tbu Deeatur. Ala., IjukI and Improvethe Atlantic. Another child of thesame jtt, 8oubrettes of the American stage, her ment Co., joined IiIh wife here Friday. To the Democracy of Lincoln County. couple died of the same disease a few greatest charm being her perfect, origiCou Sam M. Huioktt has been ejven It is being urged against me in the race .lavs after landing at Castle Garden. nality. Her voice is clear and sweet, a rovinj: romniiiwloii by the l her songs made a decided hit, she han- for jailer that I fail-- to east" my vote for and is writing some entertaining As Messrs. dles a banjo with skill, and was recalled the democratic nominees at the August Canpidatks Downkd. lettcre from the Purchase. John Meiicfee and Joe Paxton were again and again." election, 18S0. It is true that I did not 9 Mil. H. II. Tiiouii-o.was down from starting to Hustouville Friday, they voteand my reason fornotdoingso is thnt Tiik Court of Claims adjourned finally the County Committee appointed me to Middlesborouh Sunday, where ho has made a short turn on tbo corner of Deafternoon after a five days' ses- go to a remote precinct in the county peVeral contracts for building. He says pot and Main streets, when one of the The claim of John M. White and and remain the whole day, which I did it is the liveliest place he ever struck. wheels gave down under the ponderous sion. Miw. Sam L.u'Kry, who has been weight, spilling the two candidates in others for a re einbureement of the in the interest of the party, and remainHon. G. A. lackey's, started back the dirt of the street. Mr. Menefeeheld iiinouut that tUo Fejand suit has cost ed till the polls closed. to her home in Cuero, Texas, yesterday to the home, which was a fiery one, them, SI.loO, was on motion of Squire Gi'oihik R. Caiu'KNTKK. accompanied by Miss Mattie Denny, of while Mr. Paxton found it a difficult lkistin, seconded by Squire Bailey, con (larrard. task to pick himself up. Both were tinned till next court, on the ground that NKW ADVKKTISKMRNTS. no claims are considered by the court Mu, Wiu.SKVEiiA.srK, who has just more frightened than hurt. unless filed 10 days before it convenes. been honored with the democratic nomAcrr, jif Di'iiiMi the storm Saturday night a lit A talk with the magistrates showed a X?rW) 1 IlijN 1.1 3S 'f Stanford. A KooJ Clerk of Marion for the secination for was blown into tbo Opera number of them in favor of allowing the Imusc, turn and other outbuildings Plenty fruit ond time, has been on a visit to his cous- tie sparrow ol nil kinds. Geo T. McKobcrtii, Stanford, Ky. House, where the Nellie Free Company amount either in whole or in part, on ins here. Col. (.!. M. Adams, Secretary of Htntt, was performing, and after flying around the principle that the court must prowas here Saturday attending to some le- in a frightened way finally sought a roost tect those who obey its orders. The Notice Jametl.ulKink,, Adinr., 1'lfT, gal business for his niece, Mm. M. V. on the head of Mr. Burke Hughes, who question will turn entirely upon whethto vs. Creditors. was not aware of the use his cranium er the men were acting under or outside lime EutiankV ri und Crs., Carpenter, administratrix of John I). was being put to until the poor little of orders in tearing down the fence, all claims against the eUte of All porson haln Carpenter. , are hereby notified to file Kubanks, Sin KxiiiiiTS I'ts.vv, Jackson, IjiUuc, thing began to dig its claws into the of which will be no doubt duly consider Jameswith the iindoriiRiied Commis.loner proprrly them sculp to obtain a better perch. Imagin ed at tbo proper time. J. K. Lynn, T. proven and verified by the 14th day ol uctoncr, Peyton, Unlet, Me.Kinnev and little Arch O. M. llAVI&UN, M C. I.. C. C. 68 1S89. are back from the conclave, delighted ing then that he had a bite, Mr. Hughes W. Vamon and I). R. Carpenter wero such force that he appointed a committee to investigate the with their visit to Washington, New brushed at it with came near crushing it against the lloor. afitdrs of the Stanford, Dix River &i, York and Niacin n FhIIh. Matt Woodson, train dispatcher here, Tiik severest electrical storm of tbo turnpike and settle with the company. As Administrator of S. K Cowan, deed,, I will on has opened up a full lino of furniture at year raged from 7:!50 till midnight Satur- The time to complete the Stanford and 25, 1889, Middlesboro with his brother, J. W. day, accompanied by heavy rain. The Ottenheim turnpike was extended to froji Hustonville, Juno ISiK). W. M. Bright qualified as Atinhis late residence iU miles publicly the perWoodson, In charge. .Mr. W. will Lincoln county, Ky., sell lightning was almost continuous and the treasurer with S. II. Shanks as surety. sonalty of whith he died possessed, consisting to ser.'u tbo L, A N. thunder rolled in deafening peals for principally ot Cast. Smith Cook, of Shelby, seven nearly five bourn. A blinding flash about County bond No. 8, of $500 having been Two Mures, i work Mule, i no. top Hussy, farm-in- s Implements, ,Vc, .1c, in open court. The feet tall, was here a few days ago to see 0 o'clock, followed by an instant and tre- paid, was destroyed Terms: All sums of io and over cash; over that of W. H. Miller for the magisamount, J months' credit on notes with interest motion if Hon. It. C Warren wouldn't support mendous report led many to think that and personal security. allow themselves $:i a day for him ft"- doorkeeper of the House. He'd the JOHN N MKN'KKKE, Administrator e had been struck, but trates to Roono services was voted down, Squire . make a better Btrango to say tbo electricity ignored the At thusame tlmeand place and in the samo man. only voting in the afiirmative. A comA Mi:uttv chestnutting party, compos-posetier, as surviving partner, I will sell the personlightning rods on that and other buildalty belonging to the firm of S. K. Cowan .V Son, mittee to frame a road law for the counof the following ladies and gentle, ings consisting of near and spent its force on a small a ycarlinE Mules, : Hogs, too men from Lancaster, spent Saturday in locust tree in the rear of Mack Bruce's ty was appointed, consisting of J. A. asold Mule. Sheep, Steer, 4 Milk Cows. llroud Hull, Miller, Hugh Seargent, Marc und Colt, Farming Implements and Ma. the knobs near here and on that even- house, scattering splinters all over its Chappell, W. II. Wheat, Uat, Lorn ill Shock ing attended the Nellie Free perform- roof, .stinday it began to turn cool nnd 0. Brown, R. C. Warren nnd J. O. Neal, Chiiery.alotof Hay, fcc. about 20 stacks ol which is to bo published before presenta- Terms made known on i'ay ol sale r, COWAN ance: Miss Mamie Currey, Mr. John yesterday the air was decidedly chilly. 70 tion to the legislature. Dr. Meltoberts Lear; Miss Nellio Marrs, John Doly; Miss Notwithstanding was elected jail physician till Dr. 13 Miss Nkllik Fiiki:. Lulu Sandifer, Jack Meltoberts; Miss recovery. The county judge Mary Sandifer, Will Duiilap. the storm, a fair crowd was presont at the Opera House Saturday night to witness was allowed $800 and the attorney $000. CITY AND VICINITY. the piesentation of Silver Spur by the Dr. Alcorn, administrator ol Supt. Bogle, Nellie Free Company. The star is a lit was allowed $000 and W. F. Go to Zimnior'fl for oysters. tlo beauty of the most winning ways, and $i:t:i.U:ifor two months' services as school New lot of boys' clothing at S. II. her cute acts, pretty songs and graceful superintendent and Miss Kate Bogle Shanks'. dancing completely captivated the audi- $00.00 for ono month. The justices then in voted themselves $2 a day nnd adjournCloaks, cloaks, cloaks at Owsley & ence, which ovinced its appreciation hearty applause. The support is for the ed till the January term. Craig's. most part very good and tbo entire enTo tlio Democrats of Lincoln County. Ni:w Queensware nnd Glassware, at T. tertainment was in keepingwith tbo It has been circulated in wnne R. Walton's. of the company, which is comthat I had withdrawn or would withposed of unusually nice ladies and Celebrattd Optician, Dr. GOLDSTEIN, Bkst beef steak at M. F. Klkin's at 10 draw before the primary an a candidate of l.omssilloat Porlinan Ho s , Stanford, TuesOn their return from f day. October t'th, for one week. Persons younir cents per pound. where they play n week on a for jailer. I know not who Iiiih btaited orold shouldhave their ryes eximined by himlf be it from age or any theireyeslght Is big guarantee, they will give Lancaster Biieh report, but it irt all false. I anion olhercsuse. Thedefeuive, reputation for skill and IIandhomi: lineof pants patterns, Doctor's clone and believe reliability Is too well known to be nuestioned. Dr. &., albo the largest assortment the benefit of ono night, 21st, when the to stay until the polls Goldstein has had a number of years ( experinomination. ence and has the reputation of being second to of gouts' underwear, &c. in town. Ows- people can rest assured they will bo that I will none. Otis 1'. Xewland. Uespt., highly entertained. ley & Craig. Stanfohd, Ky., Octoiiku Come and ueo our new I'loakH. If), 1880 an co & Son. sever- - CiitcuiT Couiit will begin next MonWk will pay the highest market price walnuts.' day, with .100 cases on the docket, as fol for chestnuts, blckory-iiutsnn- d lows: Commonwealth 140; equity 110; Jones Bros. Pi. k ask !I.O,walton, I. WflliTOfi" -- Dealer In- - i m liio-eery- m m llrst-clas- s - - Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos. &c, - i I MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, Var-no- n STANFORD, KY. I bu-ine- Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Fruit Jars, Tin Cajis and Stoneware of the best hinds. "i Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. y, ofthel-ancastcrNcw- m T. R. WALTON. m OUR I Courier-Journa- Celebrated Buell Boots Vamps, Have arrived; single and Rubber-Line- d box toe in hip and calf. Boys' extra viain and i I non jjiieio nuiton noots; nrooan noots in spin, and hiv; plain and box toe in child's, oiT-grain v m viit-itiKi- it and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Lincoln Circuit Court. Gum Boots, Arctics and saridals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. bous' mile-nor- th 11 J dei-- d BRUCE & McROBERTS. Administrator's Sale Friday, October The Great Remedies! KEET SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, I'imples, Ulcerated Throat White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases In all its stages, Necrosis, Ac. Price $i per bottle. MAVIS' IKON lUTTKKS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it Elves a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles and nervous system. Price $i per bottle. GATI.IKK'S WORM SYRUP Is made of the best worm killers und cxpellers known to the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 5 per bottle. OATMFF'S MAGNETIC PILI.Sforall I.iver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Ac. Acts ascnthartic. Price as cents per hot. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the con-tinu- o - Court-Hous- Seargent-at-ArniH- WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. d 1 1 1 SEW FURNITURE STOREI MA'OJK HUFFMAN PTCMDP. Bro-naugh- 's SAVE YOUK YES. rep-utatio- n s gen-tlomo- n. 1 Middles-boroug- h, cassi-muro- Will koop constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker'3 Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. -- 4V& miihimiiiii.ii'iiimw9s WS4HU1S " J Jim Imi hkissim kjc- - ; I Al G. Hold's Nlnstrels. o. G. Field Co.'s Operatic Minstrels I have moved my meat store across the street PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kastern tour In the Commercial Hotel, north tide of Main St., It (ins been sniri that there is a tide in have concluded n Bticcot-sfu-l I facilities, tlio affairs of men, which, if taken at its and are now on their Southern and Wes wherenowhave titled up with Increasedfurnish VJCRNOJS, IvV. MT. I am betler prepared than ever to Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday the flood leads on to fortune; bo is tlioro a tern trip. This is by far the most suc puclic with all kinds ot fifth meats. Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store, M. V. KLKIN. 69 tide in political parties, which, if not di- cessful season, both financially and artisSpeciatattention given to diteaies of children r. SC JPJCll YKAR.1K ADVANCE verted from its course of justice and tically, this popular organization has ever I one Acres of No. ES. When not to paid $2.50 will be charged. right, will surely lead to victory. This had. Since leavingColumbus many new address A K Denny, Shelby u lor sale. CallS'--on cr tf If WnMBMBUsfftfff "', Ky. a fi iiTaftrX5sBWfc HARRY A. EVANs, tide in our party reached its Hood when features have been added. "Nothing c& that hrave and honest man, (.1 rover but the best and plenty of it" seems to A ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, "Unnec-essar- v be the motto of the management. The Cleveland, reiterated the words, HU8TONVILLI2, KY. We will p ntecute to the full extent of the law STANFORD, KY taxation is unjust taxation." beautiful military encampment, with its every person tuund on our lands witli nun and Are still In the In. hics and ready to do any dog or net. I (! LYNN" in When he threw down the gauntlet he- - special scenic etlects, gorgeous uniforms, 63 Engineering' and Surveying in thing of the OntlertukitiK line. nilWe have .1 full' Jlr ALU K TUCK Kit. lock Cases .tm! C.vvkrts of kinds and Knlits fore combined monopoly and said this wonderful marching evolutions, and Maof eery d'Cnplion all branches. Out heu.se. which is neatly ner ran be olituincd i.n sliurl notice Mr j 1J. is a battle to the death; when he said to jor Kibble, the, lightning gun, havouet r rats Q!R SA.Xr.E.'"-?-? Oiceii has ih.irge nfntr Lusinevs and will show our gooda to ant one needing n thing in our the toiling many, "You shall no longer, and sword manipulator, have created a j 1825. line f if I can prevent it bo robbed for the ben- sensation everywhere, and the press all My Now House on IVlain efit of the few;" when he said to these along their route is teeming with praise Stanford, Ky For terms .ipply to Mr W. II, Higgint, Mantord.or 10 le at Dinvill L .. men, who in their greed care nothing of this part of Field & Co.'s entertainOn Dwellings, H'moehn'.d I urmture, Stores, MerI..HTIK N HOLMES. J chandise, A. , apply to the ld but for themselves, thus far hast thou ment. It is pronounced tiie greatest in lin gone, but thou shalt go no further, and novation minstrelsy has ever known. have opened Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Co. Wholesaleeint and Henry Claus at liinclion t uyn I'rcr Umtling hiwliits. then giant like arose this grand old par- The part of it representing an evening and re prepared to fiuni'h the public hoses t Lightning clauses attiihed ani damages paid a dosen IhiIi rs, 11 verv reaMimhle rule.. Vn't I keep on hand a No t quality of Jelli co, Lily s very strongty of the people, and rallying around around the ml Nut C0.1l In my )iiur ordctv t.' tln.111 uiiecl nt Illinium Cay Leave your orders at whether tire envues f.I.l)" II II KITE, Agent. this standard of truth, wo began last fall ly to all who have ever seen duty on the Yard it S. S Mvers' storu aud thcv'wlll he attend. 51 '7 J II. II KIT, INS, the battle which we mean to continue tented Held. Unlike most other min- ed63to promptly. Star ford Ky. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. thus; and which as wire as there is a God strel shows, the company is not all in in Heaven must result in victory. We the first part. A long and interesting All persons wishing a plc.ttsiit life and well Sails, Shingles and Slices For Sale, pleased wife let them use Patent Hour made at cannot fail, for when mon battle for olio follows the splendid first part, parStanford Holler Mills fall for ft al your gro- I ,.nu 11 uiey nave not got it .111 lianj, urge truth, honesty and justice, there is no ticipated in by leading American and Ten Thousand I'lat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar them to keep it, er git an older Irom them and This powder nevervanes. A marvel purity. in European specialty artists. Edward Shingles. Fouilli Avenue, 31 KVi 11 ai wic .villi ai i Strencth And wholesninentiis. will guarantee a pleasant Mure rrnnmnica such word as fail. Kvery rising sun I havo on hand Men's, Women's and interesting laimlv Mitc' and than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold In such a case will bring recruits, and every Estus, the German equilibrist, is fulfillChildren' Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood fi Co. JLouisvlllCt K- - N V competition with the multitude ol low tet, short POTFS. Supetintendent. weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in setting sun will see the ranks cf our ene- ing his first American engagement with and Mundclle, which I will sell at the very low est prices I have bought them and they must be cans. IlOAL 1IAKIMJ I'OWDKK CO., and Sale Stable ivcry, mies depleted. Time makes all things this company, building a towering pyra- void My stock is complete and thovc who want 18 too Wall street. Newvork. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., bari;j!ns i.in get them by calling, I mean busieven. Protection to the few has had its mid with frail glass goblets, bottles est. W C. IIAILKY, Turnersville. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, day; soon will come freedom to the chairs, etc., from the stage to the dome 01 the theatre, us is perched meanhit many. And where is there a democrat aTANFORD, K I It a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for County lu Ue, sniject to the nrimirv. Oct. to. . who (if he understands the cardinal while on the apex of the towering pyraWells drilled to order nd Pumps lurmshed al principles of his parly) does not glory in mid, performing wonderful feats of bal- A factory prices. G. B. such a fight. It seems to me that it ancing. It is an act entirely now to the On Somervet street, at proenl occupied by Mr. ( II Cooper. A very desirable place and can be 31. It a Candidate for the Democratic Domination for ought to awaken in the breast of every American public. Hilly Van, the mono- obtained at a kir-tlAddress or call on County Clerl, subject to the action of the primary true democrat such feelings of pride and logue artist, with his facial business, is W II. ANDF.KMJN, Harper, Kansas, W. H. JACKSOIJ & CO., PRO'RS. election, Oct 19 Or I'. M McROHKRTS, Stanford. Ky. SALE AKD FEED STABLE, exultation, that even were he three nnother great feature. I.eonzo, the wonIONDON, KY, Rood luiucuis and saddle horses always lor hire score vears and ten. vet would he feel der worker and Egyptian juggler, is the MISS BOGLE on reasonable terms. I,ondon Is the most converx I STANFOIID. K. leader in his line. George Hussell, the lent point on the railroad to reach places In the Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public that it was his duty to bo in the front. in the mountain unnoflhe 'iat to Schools of Lincoln county. Klection August, 1890. No man ever lived who was more thorphenomenal tenor; Edward Harvey, Jno. 1 with to sell tny Farm of SPKCIAL A riKN-n'oto CoMMIJUCIAL 170 Acres, situated en irom oughly imbued with democratic princi- Fleming and other vocalists of ability are the llvattivillcand Kirktviilc pike. 4 miles com- travelers. Horses and mules bought and s.td. l.ancjitir It is well watered, lias upon it a horses and vehl lev used in livery. B. ples than I am, instilled into me from still with the company. The Roman fortable dwelling house, .table, orchard in fact, Only all the necessary conveniences. I have alio (our Alto agent for the I would .ell Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to my very childhood; time and study have statuary clog and the song and dance other tracts the action of the Democratic party. J HANSIJF.IUVY WEST, Hyattsville i$ si. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- only increased them a thousand fold; linen Miuimer uuiing, or ncnie E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor what is Flirtations," serve to introduce the large and now, that the lines between A. EVANS democratic and what is not democracy corps of dancers, among whom are such ! Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, are so clearly defined, I for one fe;l u solo dancers as Lawrence No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, Diamond, I wish to sell my'farm of 6j ai.rs situated subject to the Democratic Primary Klection, to be and Its pmpri.tnr . deterininsd that perfect joy in the contemplation of the Johnny Morgan, Frank Farrell, Willis the Lancaster pik two miles from Stanfmd. The held October 19, iS. shall be maintained. AUtl'ir AND DAIRY FAU.M of 160 Acres land is all in grass; a comfortable dwelling ot 4 fact that so surely have we right on our Casey ami others. The German grotesque in Leavenworth county, Kansas, within 13 miles roomsis situated upon 11 Will sell at a bargain City, Mo. All O A IIF.NF.DICT, Stanfrrt. side that nothing in the world can defeat dancers, the Hrolwttwin brothers, Harry of Kansasand smoic home,fenced; cf fine dwell-iu- g 41 McCLARY He has recently a led to Its a(.pointmrnts barn 10 acres bear orchard, j acres of grapes and olhrr ing apple Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public us. So convinced am I of that, and also Claire's orchestra ami Louis Kerr's milismall fruit magniHcenllv watered t'T never failSchools, subject to the Democratic Primary Klecthe impregnability of the position, that tary band furnish the music and that it ing springs Country thickly settled and churchtion to be held in October. -- Also es schools and railroad near. Land aiMoining had I the making of your platform at is of a superior quality goes without say- and no better held at J,o to S50 per acre There is MT. VBRNON, KY. Dayton I should merely have written ing. With such a company the splendid a fortune in this for an induttrioua man. Price This old and Livory Stablo n lloteljis still malnlsin A First-Clas- s Jjo per acre on easy term.. Address the words: "We are in favor of a tariff success ef this enterprise is not to be JOHN M. PHILIPS. In; its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe Tnacrninmnds e tie demands of his Increased - ' N Y Life Building, Kan .as City, Mo Room 604 Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub- for revenue only. Hon. Alien W. Tlutr- - wondered at. Columbus, 0., State Jourtransient paimeage. Ilr.t Turnouts furnished cialaltenlibn to the traveling public ject to the action of the Democracy. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "Unnecessary Taxation is Uujust Tax atlon." A I Removal ofBtitclicr Shop s. davis, iMHHiiii FOR SALE. I 1 177-t- -- ISiiKSS WARNING. J. T. STJTTOIT Ejrs qo., !li oIc St., FOE, Established IITSTJIIAITCE 111 vim Attention, Coal Burners . BEER! i 111 04-t- camp-fireappeal- POWDER Absolutely Puro WOOD WALLACE, Kentucky. Men's Outfitter .,,, fad THOMAS W.VARNON COOPER FOR SALE Hrlck House and Lot, I. HRl'CK, KATE 1MT, FARM TOR, SALS ' JOSEPH PAXTON tir.l-cla- ss ... en-.....- r.. THE MYERS HOUSE HARRY W. F. For Sale at a Sacrifice. For Sale 1111 ' NJEWCOMB HOTEL. Pool and Milliard ParlorComincrcial travelers and others OTIS P. NEWLAND SAM M. OWENS I tr-t- man. HOME AND FARM LOUISVILLE, KY. by Farmers for Farmers. New York City comprises the Maud of Miiuhnttiiii, formed hy the Ihulsoii river back-bonand the K.wt river, and ii Keparated from As Administrator of Mrs I A Owtle), deed , I 4. V. A Jd V. the mainland hy a narrow called vtill on S. A. IIHOMtlKKO.Trav I'ass. Ant , I.cin;ton, Ky. Harlem river, on the east, and on the 1 10 T. 18, 1S89, 'of Steele as CommisMoner would indi- - West Duyvel cieok. It in" Sell to the luchetl bidder, at her late residence on . I ...... .... ,.. ... c " tlmt the Grand Army is running the cludes sever.il Hiii tiler islands containing the Danville und Lancaster pii-extracting. Administration. Louisville Times. near Uix Kiver, the fortifications in the harbor ami the Within a half mile of I. imaster, KetDHeky, STANIORD. KENTUCKY. public institutions in Kist river, and al- Two larirr work Mules, 4 comI llrooil Mires in 111 LU.VGEKb I'ltOJI Ukuu Pm.N'KLM). Mlly liy .MeMer.ger llrceie, A CoocI Houso St loal, one a yuar-olAcros so part of the mainland north of Man- 1st dam by Abd.illih Messenitcr. Jil dam bv I'l lw t lis Lriit iiitiwi.irntinii rlwi lwtj.t A lot llrntnark, id dam by Corto, hihi jyear old ' Of Und, A res in closer tnJ MJ.tll lUU V kills iV V ft ti l ttlill' wv- viv. iiiirtnti lOitlllWs 111. .k ui imi Wtl ii'iiinii tii. The hud can be j urn DJR. W. 13. . IIU l.llVllit m ttllllll iJIU i t Killy bt Motenvr llrtvie. 1st dam U) I'lloi rented as a whole or in ,ar el., to . .. ne IS lsnii .,, ki in corn or MCinreoiiieniui, utu 1.1 Denui rk. ad dam liv for bo: one vearlinu 1'illv small Ktaln, sulijet t" tne preference of renter, .ill l) incipablo of resisting iliM;ae. Al lj n Ulllli in 1.,. iiiiiu iuii. three-fifth- tin 111 DENTIST. Ymoo, it dam by 1'ilot Denmark, nl dam by wniihl preler to rest lor a teries ot sears lll0.t s erage breadth of one mid Corbo, one yearhns filly by borrite iitil.ini In Lantastpr, on Dsutille avenue, a first class' p. cold or n hlioik to Office South side Main strev, in oifi. recently slinht injury, bevi-rby Mormon, 3d dam bt KoreiKn; one yearling bcardini; Iiouh-- , cuht large rooms; hovite a miles, eoniprisiiig '22 sipiare miles. vacated by Dr. L. F. H unman, Snn'otd, Ky Ilorsc Celt by Soi.ratrs, 1st dam b) Abdallah (I'.hI state of repair, within a fetv feat f the bus. the botlv or mind will coiiinionly proill" in 'iy Pilot Denmark ; Messenger, Inctt portion of the tuvtn. Address yoke uccii'tu disease, endiii,' fatally. Mr. Watte. I was reading just now , $00 pounds of Hemp, sen bands ol Com, lA 66 Mrs II M sNDLRM, stacks of liny, and the tanning Utensils Laiicittfr, Ky with other iiichnatoa wlio use about the rirhest woman in the world. I will nltfi at the same time K. Rotlt tho Bnld Farm of 2IOI4 Acres to the highest bidder.Mrs. Watts I know who is the richiliilerent kinds of alcohol, lie is more 111- All agooil state of cultitaiiun, uith a spleuAttorney at Law, D53I. curable mid more generally diseased. It est woman in the world without having iHd brick residence thereon. fur I'ersonalt) All sums under $i, cash; Terms Stanford, Kentucky, is 011 r observation that beer drinking in to read. over that sum Oj days' time without interest CKAll OKCII Rli, KV nefjU'ible and payalile in the Lincoln NutMiial this country produces the very lowest Mr. Watts Who is it? Vill practice in all ihs r, this xml adjoin-n- j Hank of Stanford, Ky Dealer In counties and In the court, of appr.il closely allied to crimikind of Mis. Watts lam. For I've got you, 69 J II OWSLKY, Administrator. lOflicuover McKobens fi Stagg's drugstore . Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps dangerous class darling, and that makes me the richest nal infinity. The moit 1800. Hoots, Shoet, Clothing. Hardware, Queens-warof rulhans in our large cities mo beer woman in the world, even if I haven't 1800. 11 I ' Harrison is both dallying and doubt- Is a Candidate for as lailerof Lincoln lno mid in nlintit to hi stt down ns adus county, tubleci to the action of the Democratic tard and damned by the country. Ihere party. is no middle ground in this pension business. Either the treasury must be G. S. CARPENTER turned over to the Grand Army, or it Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln conr.ly, sub- ject to the actio n of th: Democratic party. must be barred against the looters. Mr. Cleveland locked it and placed a guard N. MENEFEE against the door; Harrison tlunp the Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of door wide open and put Corporal Tan- the Lincoln Countv Democracy. ner in the vaults to shovel ducats into tha pockets of millionaire United States . E. c ..t.i:.. f ...;..!, ., l.l,l4(llUIO UtIU VIIIV.I 'UIlllIsa Candidate fjr Assossor of Lincoln County, A TOW WHS the result and Harrison Ik subject to the action of the Democracy. came alarmed, sent Tanner to Coventry and lias been on the ragged edjje ever "f "K since. The resolutions of Grand Army hiEl",1!.'1!?,!." f,MS!frof0f,,h.e shower in the n0,rt r..APP,s' l'ost No. 43S are like Election August, i&,3 deseit, and the country will be fortunate j if Harrison develops e enough K. C. MORGAN, D. D'. S.tunJoptUw Uonest line of policy laid I I nal. At Walton's Opera October LY.th. House, Stanford, 011 FTTBl-X- C SALE. I s- -. IT rt -- M. I' NKWCOMIi. I'rep.. - The railroad boys who run the L AX., Knoxville Ilr.inch, are beginning to think that I'ostal Clerk N'orris ami Kxpress Messenger Hrachey were dreaming earlv Sunday morning, when they discovered an express robber on train 26 and threw him oti'. The train was going at the rate of 'Jo miles an hour, anil the robber's body has never been found. The detectives who have looked On Tuesday. Nov. 5, 1889, will sill And entire tot of Stock, U. H. AlKUliliKTO, ALU, STANFORD, KY. ii-iitiir- s M..v.j:tjTIIR riALT II0USp sr c ' LOUISVILLE, KEIsTUOKY. Jly Farm of 336 Acres, coniimnj tf j J. 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of, Horses, I I 1 ,t.. - V. Itfltil'lov up the story to suspect that the the postal clerk and express messenger have been mistaken. Louisville Tost. In other words it was a sell 0111 the public and an advertisement of the men. Ix-gi- Consistini: principally of llrood Mares and includ mi; my fine stallion, UN TIMK. Alto all other stock necessary to carry on a Itim, including crop IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. and farmini; utensils. I ermAll sum, under Jio cash ; over that ()n and afier Sept 8 the time l trslns on -- ...wU..s ,.- -, -- s,.v ,,, w... wv y K it "uiil Ninlu Ivy Itoutc ..1hW....h t inr wiim p j.er kciil, inivrcx. 4 nunui Mnu n can wjj c n follow and balance in l and j years with KA,t ,1U ctni in- 1,. .,nKWa ,1 4J ,. m. tx .. day ot sale terest l.Kl HtJIIIII.K. ' Actomodition, sjopm. ' J, r " "BIUJ Yl!lhul4l S hisu. M Acconi air l.esinitliii dsilyes. Sun tiaa in. i I w LARGEST AND Office on Lancaster Street, npjio.it e Court llnut Having removed to this place Irom Liberty, to! practice Hit profession, calls the attention ol the HOTEL IN CITY. puh lie to the fact that he will be read) at all hours cans in lown or counirv. or nitrni tn tiir years of his life were spent in Thirty Stanford and i he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability at RATES S2 50 TO 9A PFR UAT. AUlUHD' physician and surifeon A. hare ol the patron- age ol the people ofStanford and vicinity it asked INC TO ROOMS. ! by him. THE FINEST THE aner ' TURKISH .V RUSSIAN lIArHS IN IIOTKl. tix ia. A B ffir jv " PUBLIC SALE. Friday, October d " " 11 u i. m, Ve.libi.lcd Kt arrives t.riinttnn daily 47 p. ni leavini; l.cvinloii at 7 i a m. J ally and Trains arm ins at 10 s p in ilad) have been withdrawn. . I) J I. ML'KI'HV, YAKIIINI.ION. I last mail. 1 WTW": PENiW, ' FOR KENT. ' llii-vv-- . . 1 I ri-.i- ..,..,, ..nl 200 10 m ' f o 0 re --I S r P 3 1 ' e s 1 111 ' m , WAIXACE 'AI41ON' P' ' 111 J". I3IZ31.TO IsT e, MsMssHhM Irii'i... 7fl ' -l. f cn tu cji-rt- s t The Leading Agricultural Journal cf the Scuth and West. a record of succtsiful agriculture, Home ani I'ahm has no efiual. Iwery topic relatiiiL' to acrlcnlture U openly ili mussed in its columns by the farmcrg themselves. No expense N spared in Kcitrint; n full uccomit of every notable success 011 the farm. It Is distinctively the A Intellectually n stupor got n bonnet Jit to bo wen on the drinkers. amounting almost to paralysis arrests streets. Shu will wear anew bonnet to church the reason, changing all the higher facul- next Sunday. Terre Haute Kxpress. o n mere animalism, sensual, tu'd ' sluggish, varied only with paroxysms Bucklen's Arnica Salve. of anger, senseless and brutal. b'cieutitic The best suite in the world fur cuts, bruises, American. sores, ulcers, tail rheum, fetcr sores, letter, d self-Mad- KENTUCKY'S CREAT l'lnware, Furniture and a '''' T ROTS! TWEET'S- RACSS.! - Conoral Lino of Crocorios, fancy Caiidio, C'ro.s Ties, All kinds of I'roduce taken in tx iungo for ko1"!, tr aoriHssWslKk I h a m O 5! POSTED. 1 Htaimm. jmr. I'srary-JiMss- o chap-pu- We desire to my to our cmens that for tours tve have been selling Dr. Kind's New Discovery Monday, Octobor 14th, fur coiisuuiption, Dr. King's Xuw Lifol'ills, lluck- - Special Stakes, ' Miss I.arViits was bilious and feeble and sick, 3 yiar-old- s 95 nominations $i,)o Ivn's Arnica baltc and Kluctric Hitters, and have Aslaiid htakes, )cirliugs, ,34 numinstions ... 550 And it seemed as if nothing would ever relieve ao noiiiluations . 1 000 never handled remedies tint tell as well, or that Special Stakes, her, I'urse 1,000 have given such universal satisfaction. We do nut j.jo Clas, trotting SUCCKSSOR TO Her liverwas clfgijed "h impuriles thick, j Tuesday, Ootobor 15th, , hosltatti to KU.irunleu them every time, and tve And her stom.uh tas canstautly liurnin; uith stand realy to reiuud the purchase price il satisGuaranteed Stakes, a :yt Class, 14 nominaTHE tions 'horses to be named Oct i; 5,00) M'MIOHAEL, feer. do not follow tlulr uo These factory t 149 nbiniua- remedies hate won their great popularity purely i.esiugiqn stakes, M. I), she bought a supply, Of tln-O- . 511 4TH AVUNUE, 1 10111 j,ixo And directions for tsklni; pursued to lht letter, on their merits. A. K. I'enliy, JruKist. 2 :j Class, Trotting I'urse 1,000 'Twas the best tliiiiu on urlh she could possibly LOUISVILIiB KENTUCKY. WodnoBday, Ootobor 10th, A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life, FAITH LATIMEfi I'ree For All, I'licinj,' Jolintlun barred) And soon, very soon, Miss Latkeni was better. It was just an ordin iry scrap nt wrapping pa in chari of our Children',: nrinrlnn.nl n.l Is & rune 1,0011 she iish the peculiar faculty of bcine both in. The (). M IJ. which she took was Dr. l'icrce's per, but it saved her life Mic was in the last Stallion Stakes, 3,15 Clatt, 18 nominations... 1,100 " teresting anil Instructive. 84 nominations'... Slock of (iolden Medical Discovery, the great remedy for stages of consumption, told by physicians that Kentucky Slakes, 75.., THE MYSTEnY OF THE NATION Tliuraduy, Ootobor 17th, bronchial, throat and luni; dlstusos, sick headshe was incurable and could only live a short time-sh- u Is a thrilling story appearing in Homf. and ache, scrofula, djspepsla and all diseases that Class, Trotting I'urso 1,000 weighed less than 70 pounds On n piece of j:j7 I'ahm. by John It, )!ulck, and is excitiiiff wide s:at Class Trotting King's wrapper papct she read attention. Short stories by distinguished writers hae origin in tmpuro blood und a disordered liter. covery, and got a sample of Dr. it helpedNew Dis- Trotting class and conditions to be I'urse 1,500 anbottle; her, she appear from time to time. nounced later) I'urse The ctansing, antiseptic nnd healing iualfties bought a large bolt e it he ped her more, bought MatchYearling Staka tA i'ntron colt vs. a 000 BILL ARP'S LETTERS continued its use and another and Krcw better fast, r.ver urougnt to tne city 01 Louisville, now open a wntoii colt U now strung healthy, rosy plump weighing 140 Appear lit each issue, and this humorous phlloso-tihe- r of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kcinody are uunualed. inciuuing tne woriu-renownpounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W- wa never more Interesting than at this Friduy, October 18th, 1 nai uuuies 01 time. II Uole, oruggisi, run iinin . "What A i this wonderful disiovt-rIree at A. It. Teuny's & co-sIN IIS KlUTOItl.W, IiKIMUT.'IKXT V.SS KH0X & Is n. good healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware Drugstore d. lllue.UraSt.k..a-ye;lr-ol... Homb ani I'ahm speaks holdly and fenrlenly In J3 And al.omy own importat.on of Kngli.h llau behalf of " I'nrmerg' Kli;lit..,r It favors a re- of the short tune it ukes fur a disordered liter to CtOb0rl0th. An elegant l.n, 0. Cane, and Lyon'. vision of the tarilTIn behnlfof the funner; better came blotch, on the fnee, and a dark greasy skin. Cough Bsgff'a roads for the fanner ; I'ree Moll Delivery to the UmbrelUs always on hand, fine giving splendid satisfaction to Out tiodu and Stallion Stakes, a.au'ciassr'wnommains... '.7to farmer ; Cooperation among the farmers, and its One bottle of IlKCUS' HI.OOD l'UUIFIER and Is 6o SEAL UI.OODMAKHU will restore this orr.au 10 its tliu salef are 1 otiiivcly m.irvcloiri, which can be rummy btakos, a oar olds aim is 10 uusi 1 rusts, its mono is SAOQUES, CAPS, Kutrim to l'ursus close Saturday, Sept. a8. Low natural and healthy stale, and cJctinse the blood accounted for in no otlicr way except that it it "Fair Trade and I'mmm' WtsIitJ.'i .. .. 1SSI of all impurities. It is meojini; with wonderful without doubt the best on the market. Ask fur first day. Gloves and other I ur, a specialty. vv . r. u anon, Orders out- senu 17. a? to stanioru. kniiie 1'. I'. J0HSION. UD. A.TII'TON, tint Semi-Weeke ;u.irantit every bettU. A. H.'l'cn-ny- , and be sute you get the gcuuiuu. We keep it. A. perfect satltfuctlor K"an. , lido of city solicited, Intekiok Jouhnsi. 'aiUK the j success Home and Farm one) car each. l'resident. 67 U. Penny, Druggist. Sw'y, Lexington, Ky. teed. Don't lail toordera NOIJUV HA-f- . Urug.itt f tfiyi uuu lauguagc which niaKe it plain to all IT8 LIST OF CONTRiniiTnnn Contains the names of the mol BroRressive fantt- en or the South unit West. They do not treat or theoretical farmlnif. but of the ncttnl condi- t on which confront us II I'. Johnson , Henry YaldoIMlron WclboruStewnrt .John M htahl ; Jeff. . HiikIi T llrooks-.JoliIMar; hteele'a Ilayoii T II Ilaldivin nnd host of others make this journal indispensable.a s'iuivwiv,!, lb 19 equally A HOME MAGAZINE. subject of Interest to the home-makis fully treated. Mnry Marsden, r.oisCatesby, Mrs. nrpwn. Mrs. Uavlesj, Miss Cnhell. Miss Mosby. Alice instoti and a score of otherj will contrib' ute regularly. A record FARMERS' OWN PAPER, of I heir dally life, presented in a form ' There are but seven Ueinocrats in the legislature of Washington, one in the Senate and six in the House. There are 10:1 republicans, but een wise men ought to constitute a very respectable minority. South Kentuekian. hand., chilbbins, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcu,uir ed. It is guaranteed to kivu perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rice 3 cents per box For sale by A. K. I'ennv, Statitord, Ky. Merit Wins. Thit notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to tru.p its on our lauds with ut per-- . Illusion, as all sin-l- i uillbe proiiH.uti I to the lull-est extent 01 me law. aiiieu. a!7' $,'it),3UQ ill Stiilcos mul 1'ui'mn, T I llir.l. i:i;m rt HdiMiLT) 3Kcsp1' J.M. MeUOllKHTS.JK. M.S. IIAl'tillMAk. KOI1T. McALISlLU, I.K IIUL'CI. S II. SHANKS, S II. IIAL'CIIMAN, KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION, .viKSt. IIKNKY IIAUCillMAN I'KNCK Lr.xi.voTo.v. oc r u 10 19. IIAVDKN'. D. V. IIOI.MKS. M. L. RICHARDS. I'lllI.IH.KT RICHARD I MmiS2Fffi&w!MA "-':'-( & S2 J?-- A'Jtm? "iWM.ADAMM SON, 4 LLOWnVAY. t R. B. GEOGEGHAN, LEXINGTON, - ICY, lery HATTER, SV COMPANY 4l The Nobbiest Most Stylish II AT J0" stetson SKIN CREAM LEXINGTOiV.K-- Fortune "i!r;;r::r::::.z.;z:AZ hats Cherry Syrup ,..nr1..ST'' nam - .... i mm f .x"--?