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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889111501 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.XVir. The Stanford Bar's Tribute to Col. Swope. A meeting of Mm bar was held In the Court-hous- e Tucmlay nftfrmwii to ex pre-- s its high regat d for Mil- late Col. A. Swopu ami ndopt suitable resolution M. on his llfo and character: Col.T. V. Vnrnon was called to pro-hinml circuit dork, J. 1'. Hailey, wim .Short eulogies were in.ulu wrrctary. it dlvcred by Uw era Welch, Hill, Oeiitry ami Miller, after which Tho I.J. Man Interior Journal. STANFORD, K.Y. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1889. at DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. NO. 79. Wayne Circuit Court with his Note Book. Six years ago thin month, astride, a black borne, which was as far from be ing an equine beauty as hu wan from being a good saddler, 1 uamu into Monti-cell- o for my llrst time. 1 wan impressed then with the quaint but cozy appearance of thu dwellings, with thu hospitality of tho citizens, and lastly, but by far not leastly, the good looking, ros clieeked lassies that Wayne county Miu committee appointed to draft the r..(hili(tix. Messrs. Hill. Welch ami should with pride claim her own. ICaeh my yearly viaiis mis increaseo my im- Miller, reported the following, which oi miraiiou oi incsc queer uuiiuings, cans- were adopted: t''1 K'nt.T pleasure Tl.m Hi.. Lincoln Conn, it...... vi e ty liar, the senior members of which that genuine hospitality as well as Hon. A. M. Swope from tertain with a decidedly tender decree known bia boyhood and all during his man- exulted opinion of the fuirdaiiKhterf. hood, and business and political ca- - . like .Monticello because of Mm f.eei.cs g rear take great pleasure in oxprcH.-inour opinion that ho was a gentleman Mint penetrates one s system while in who through bis attainments and virtues her liouiidary, becauso I know all of her was worthy of Mm confidence that was ,,00plu and know them well und thirdly renosed In dm generally, and in every ; they show a peculiar fondness of the honors and j.osf- tions that wero bestowed upon lilni. for the Intkkioii .Jock.vai.. Coupling That ho was a man of brilliant attain-- ' these advantages together, I would of Konerou8,:uiasiianinious feeling t,ilir mj.8L,lf ,lt 0iy for treasons, strate-o- f couniu'iidab e aspirations, of honest resolution in all Kms and spoils were I not Mm pos.sessor convictions, of a his purposes, of unfaltering courage.of of a feclhig wonderfully kind for this steady honesty, of open hearted charity Kttw hm quiet old place, , and In all things honorable. And wu ,.nmtmnv with Hon. H. C. Warren lo mortt beattlly ami with much sorrow I left Stanford Sunday morning to first HVinpathi.e with his family, tliu people o'f this countv and State, our own pro drive to Junction City, tliero to take fession and Mid country at large upon train for Somerset, when) a rig was at the loss of this excellent ami useful .. . , , . col, ...... ,M to Wavim's ami Thoughtful as women usually are, '"'M.' That wo conin.end bis virtue and whereby he attained to Mr. Wiirron's wife had prepared for him bis active career, a position of liouor and usefulness to our a delightful lunch, which he invited me and to our to ftm1,t of On tho bank of Cumber fellow citizens gem-rall".riTiatwrdo'Kbvtakeniuch Mt. ln.l river, where a beautiful spray of inaction In testifying to' thu fact that our w atcr comes from n high ledge of rocks, commendation ofliiiu in this county of j nml where the sun wiih shining brightly Ids blrtli and early manhood Is not con Ml. halted to dine. The place was a pic- Ii i-t. en-hav' , CRAB ORCHARD. it is to Stop and think bo invest money in lottery tickets. I know a man who has invested $100 a year for '11 years in the L. S. IHtery and has never drawn one cent. The ladles of the Methodist church will give a Friday night, loth; also will sorvu dinner county court' day, thu proceeds to go towards the ercc tion of the new church, which will be built in tin near futiiie. The pastor is also asking for contributions for the candy-pulling Miss N'attie Collier's school closed ! Friday. c.ti-lo.- . ' J s.i me, purpose if there is a tlmo and place a person "Jy ought to be polite and respectful, it is at church. Wu notice at most all churches people putting on their overcoats arid wraps while thu invitation song or dox ology is being sung. I think it would be just as polite to put on your hat before The man who had never before traded with POWERS lost his head tho service is over. when he heard the low prices quoted on good goods. He On Friday night, December 27th thu can have it again by applying to POWERS. Anaconda Club, of this place, will celeThis is an extreme case, but oOth year of its existence. The brate thu Club will issue invitations to each wife, caul i and wifeand to each detvitsed member's wife, which will be near 100 in all. This celebration will be given at the Who once gets inside of POWERS' store and sees the boundless barDeaf and Dumb Institute. gains that arc ofTcred for the lowest limit a living profit will Since tho election tilings have about settled down to their usual way. The permit. Nobody does or can offer such good successful candidates are jubilant, but bargains or low prices. In the race doubtless git tired shaking hands with for business POWERS has the voters from now till next August, when the final election will come oil". Tiie ticket is a good one. If there are any hard feelings let them drop and all work together ami elect a full democratic ticket next August. A head that knows how to buy as well as sell a long head on buy. The marriage of Mr. W. It Thomas, of Maysville, to Miss Mary Cheek, of ing, a square head on selling, and a big head on business ". tt"Um,.(1X,t'res.pie one, pieo.it.i.g an excellent he this place, took place Tuesday morning generally. POWERS is not a kicker, but a thinker, (lowing Cumber-admired and respected, but most tender view of the smoothly at 10 o'clock at thu residence of the beloved and this irrespectiveof politic laud and tho fertile valleys that border bride's mother. and he gets business by brain, not brag. If F. J. Cheek, of ni or social differences. it, and because of its likeness to a spring Parts, performed thu ceremony. They YOU -- ml the rounding in Old Virginia are both well known here; both are na...I!!!: J!!"1 men and companions of Hon. A. Si. wo christened it In honor of it and here tives of this place. Mr. Thomas was for Swope, do most heartily sympathize after It will be known by us, at least, aa merly express agent at this place, but with the widow anil orphaned ciiiiurcn Tinkling Spriug. . located in Maysville a in , of the Hon. Win. Casslus A , lltu, , Court Mo, ' They left on tho llrst about for year ago. terrible train Cincinnatheir sudden, unexpected -fa. your savings, ahead in Dry Goods and sorrow, with the hope that "He who but very little business was done. Tho ti to spend a few days. From tliero they tenipereth the wind to the shorn laub" docket is a t one and excepting the will go to Maysville, their future home. for them a large share of Clothing, then come to the only firm who can put you there. The the public pat- will be their comforter in their ureal tie IWU o( ).,,.,. killints Hirtleson, there Mr. Ad M. King will lead to Mie marriage ronage. name is reavemeni. is little litigation. The grand jury, of attar Miss Sadie Blight, the L'Oth. One of our young ladies, desirous of 5th. That as members of the legal profession and of n bar which has hereto-for- course, will make it lively for tho boys Tho lecture given Tuesday night by possessing that most precious of all gifts though, and so long as it lasts there Col. .1. P. Stanford was appreciated by a to a woman healed its ditrerences without a beautifuleomplexion,un- to the desperate resource of need he no occasion for a dull time. urge nunience. inusuojectoi his lec dei took a few nights ago to discover a bloodshed, wo do hereby express our It matters not whether .there is net ture was changed from"Walksin Home" Sign of the Red Flag. s bleaching process that would answer the unqualified regret that the late M. Swope mil nor is to be any business the lawyers which wasat lirst announced, to "Tin- cherished wish of hei between Hon. A. So, as she sex. Hon. Win Cassius Uoodloe, both useful, come all the same They are hero tper Old Times and the New." The lecture. told us, she procured some Hue Hour and influential and honorable niumbers of mil (in. In nnnlii Mr VVfttfiirtinltl frmil which lasted an liour and mixing it with tepid water, made a kind the lejr.il profession, should huvc culnii Cuk Co.1 to ' Kaluuiaoo and each day .i.:i1.. 6 was interesting from beginning to end. of paste which she spread on a piecu of i..rril.l trnmslv at Lexiii-Lton, whereby both, useful, mid valuable brings one or two more Lincoln's rep-t- Mr. San ford said he had been around the cotton tyid applied.to lief not unlovely their fmuilies and to the country have resentative is an honorable exception to world three times and crossed Mm ocean face before retiring. She fell asleep, but we do most earnest this rule, for besides being in two or lost their lives-n- nd ,xi. -- A 10 times. Thu description of his travels about midnight a sensation about her lv apnea to the members of the legal TB.TOhiJ thiw gtsi.l cases which were expected to and what he saw were presented in such face similar to that experienced by an . ;V"??( profession of the whole country, ami es- T pecially of Kentucky, nearest and dear come up this court, liu was engaged im a way as to make one imagine liu could eater of uuiipu persimmons, awoke her,, est to us, to have, promote and cultivate, mediately on his arrival here to assist in almost see them. Al'timcs in his talk The paste was drawing like a iiiusurd sentiment of laudable aspiration mid tlt, pro;octltIon of Uatcs, who killed he would tell things which were very plaster. She made an eilbrt to remove ambition, whether professional, political Is Receiving His "" ' laughable and which made it more en it, but it was as tight as Dick's or otherwise, that shall be devoid of nniIhere is couRideniblcexcituinont beie joyable. If the remaining five lectures, and growing tighter. Her ambition inoMty and hatred. That uupleasaut to' over the propose.! railroad. The tax of which are to follow, are as good as this and liosiile dillcremes shall if have "clear skin" forsook her. She arose if quarrels ensile that be avoided and (W), ,,W ttinwiy Rt. voteiJ nn,i Ilt one, no one I think will regret the time and began to peel; but was not much and reconciled, be .1 IfM.ks like the day is not far oil and money expended. nietbods, and that the thmiSli urillc comforted when, after two hours of Goods Warrantod ami a Perfect ilt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial members of the legal profession through when the shrill whistle of the locouio the most excruciating experience, she JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. their conduct towards and intercourse tjvo will reverbenite from hill to valley a c SINE went back to her couch with less exJ.N. MENEFEE w ltd each other, set an example of peace amJ V11llv (0 M vvue county. It Born, on the Ith iust., to the wife of pression and still less skin on her face. possible make it the ami iroo.1 will and if will bea great thing for Montiu llo, so dipt. B. F. Powell, a boy. Thu mother We record this incident for the benefit of foundation of social order and security, 5R3 U u K 1MB ' Q E w nth. That n copy of these resolutions tho best business men think, and I trust has since died. old maids and freckled-facemisses, w hu Dealers In- it will prove of tho great bunuilt they !. furnished tb press for Tbeoilicers of the L. A X. passed up may bu tempted into a like error. ircuii t.Iti !!: it w ami anil the Lincoln vouniy Wednesday and back Thursday on their The Ooodloc-Swoptragedy hasbeeu . Courts bo requested to spread them at short while on "Jockey annual inspection tour. ' 'Pellt a., tl ,.tr nr.t..F lumli.. I. the only topic discussed hern miicc Sat- Sliiiig-lcs- , street" Monday and I must say these i i it ii Etc., l... i Shelby street has been slated south uiiiay. Kjin uoouioes iumiusomu nguin s II. Harris sold to dninos' are the "tnidingest" people on earth. of the C. S. railroad ami will keep II, imi.iv-was a familiar one to many of our t .... A3NTD made in out of thu mud for once. LoMnson some long yearlings at :i cents. Some six or eight trades were zens. wiring the two seasons that lien. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, I was there and an Wm Hubble .t Son sold a voung jack tho few moments J. S. Wright & Bio. have ncarlycoin-pletioItobiusuu managed the Springs lie and 'old professional" told me there had a very line monument for the his family weie guests thereat and their taii.Mirwoiiii party for!KH Uobt.IIock, late Judge G.oodin, of Knox county. m.iguillcent horses and livery weru er has Ids house on Cherry street about been fully ot) that morning, Cedar and Locust Posts. A long looked for wedding occurred We will carry a full stock of everything found in a .lei ry Davison is llxing to W .D. Cozatt, Will Terry, W. Green, completed, Lumber Yard. by all. Col. Swope was also A. C. SINK, iluunesa Manager. build on Yeakv's land to use his lifetime. Tuesday morning some six miles out in J. F. Turner and Frank Kills went down well known here, and bis brother .lames will preach at the the country. Mr. Willi.ini McCouaghy in Casey county last Saturday anil killed was for fourye.irs ganger at J. H. HutchHro. Montgomery Saturday night.' .Moses and Miss Jessie, tho beautiful daughter a number of rabbits and partridges. ing!,' distillery near town. In an inter01 miles the shortest, ; hour, quickest between Thu Montezuma special, consisting view with A. M. Hiutt, a cousin of ( ol. Miller made Miss Dora Lvak his better of Dr. J. A.. lones, were the participants, of I'lilas-- , Hoth of Mm contracting parties are tho of four cars, passed through hereon the Swope, who resides here, ho bad this to half last week. .lane Hobbitt, was C. S. Thursday night. New OrThis train is said say of hisdibtiuguished kinsman: "Armp ki, is visiting bur brother, William Hub- - elite of this section and thu affair to liu the tinest in thu world and will and 1 weru cousins and wero raised up Mr. Herrin sold John Wood two an elegant and memorable one. ble. W hero is Hright FerrillV This uui-(.00 pound heifers at $1.5)0 per hundred.1 make six trips per month between New together. Ho might liavu been a comKntiro Train Run Through Without Change. place, has tion has been propounded to mu a bun Orleans and tho City of Mexico. like myself but for ono ' mon Hud Cox, at the old THKOUCH CAR SERVICE. The evaniining trial of Georgo Gor- circumstance. It was this: When wo the mill in grinding trim again. It. L. dred times and shows beyond doubt that Hubblesoldto ltobinson, near Huston- - that gentleman is a popular one in this don for killing John I! rooks, at Paiks-vill- wero boys together working Mie farm Pi nth Mound Train N'o.i, rullmati Itoudoir i Bright SiuepinK Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans was continued Tuesday till Nov. '1 on Hanging Folk, ourgiand'father, Ann ville, !( Missouri mules at $.'). Alex section as he is in Lincoln. That Chatlanooiju to Phroveport. Trnin N, 5, Pullman Hoie'oir Iluflet Sleeping Ilockcr bought one pony of John Wood alio wed how Meet of foot he is a few days on account of the serious condition of stead Miller, for whom wo were both Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati ...u .v the defendant, who, it will bo remem- named, died. In his will he hcipicathcd fnr .l.V Tnrkevs are ir sis Here at o ago was nceiwu nun m..,...tu Jacksonville and Knoxvill?. sleepers St. Louis tjVew Orliuns ia M. .V O. the people who thought him brave bered, was shot twice. His condition is a thousand dollars apiece to Armp mid and eggs at !,. enough to tackle a buz saw. serious if not dangerous. myself. Wo wero plowing when this Condensed Schedule Effect Match 31, i83$ republi1 am under obligations to my Crossed in love, Miss (iertie KimA party of l'J hunters left hero Mon- good news readied us. Armp tilted his Brooklyn belle, committed fiui can friend Hen Tuttle for valuable ser- day night ball, a K1CA.X) UP. for Marysville, plow to ouu side and said: 'This is the via Mie L. it KJCAJD DOWN. vices rendered me. He not only intro- Tenn., to bunt bear and deer. They go last lurrow I II ever run. Anil it was. eide. TRAINS NORTH. TRAINS MJUTH. No. 41. No, j. No. 4. duced mo to all of his republican friends, over into North Carolina. Tho party is He laid out his thousand dollars inschoul-inNo. 6. Calvin S. Brice has formally No. i, No. 5. No. 7. No. 3. STATIONS. Lim. Da ilv Fast Dailv. Daily. Daily. Daily. his candidacy for the Ohio but made the majority of them pull out composed of J. M. anil J. T. Bailey, J. P. Ex. Sun, Daily, Ex. I.im Daily. mid I, like the prodigal son, wasted I.im. I.im. Ex. Sun, Daily. . .... .. . the ducats unit subscribe, to thu "cheap Hnrberson, Sr., M. A. Kenney, Alex oipmiiojjam 3 30 p m m Soopnn 755 a iniL.'vc.....Uincinnaii ,'v mine in riotous living. Ho was a prom03 17 131pm 93Pni'9 est and best." 4 10 a C'ieorgetown 7 a a m j 38 p in Kirk F.lder, Thomas Helm, S. ising young fellow then and he died a 10 S3 am S47P'"; 10 9 p m ... Our Hannah Jane. 5y a m 7 oJ p ni 3 48 a m 4 13 pm 700 a m ijjopin old democrat, Col. iku ..I.exinKton That irootl 11 30 p in 7 3j p in, 10 j$ p nil iosSajn i thin ami weiik and J. A. Slaughter, I). Malum, S. mid brilliant man." Our Hannah Jane I.vt...L,uu. S. U. R....Arr. Shuppard, is decidedly the- most rejoiced W. KiiBtland and Charles McDowell. And ahy while her lip and cluck, t.ellurKJn Arr.A Wc often thonsht and thought with i.Mn Hew Hoss, a Methodist preacher at and delighted miu over Mm recent dem They took a car of horses and camping trr 145am 3Pra 5 jo am to jo p in iiurtfii 8 i' Din ilam,ii 17am lve -y m "We oon mint lo.our Hannah Jane." Danville nm 530am ;i0 3i p m Loekeford, Cab, killed his wifo and son, It 50 pm 8 co'nm ui6 a ml 11 a ocratic cvclone that swept over n half on tilt witli them. aniftin a 53 p m jioam 10 Jo pm Junction Lity 4? o,n,n,i3. 10 With change of doctors, change of air, MP . ' .. ... a 30 a m Iuim...,i...... ., losanv laenm rutmbliean or pivotal States, that in an insane lit, il is said. . uj a m, v iinxfin ...w.... 300pm ' She oui;it for healing every here. - a. OaVdalo. ..... 9 Jj pin 11 rja ni .... D.vsvii.i.K. 3 3 am 415 am The marriage, of Dr. Ad 6 nf. II.. Ih nniiHiInnt that thu t Charles Uoltou mid Alex Kerr, 10 50 p m 0 jo pm 755 am'... rn a m hope, wero ulmoit patt, And. when our 8 at a mi 640 p mlAr'v.. ChattanooKa....l.'"ei 00 pm M. King to Miss Sadio Rochester Bright brotbeis-in-law- , Arv 7 35a ill',,., 1001m g lourn1 700pm, Ive.. ChattanooRa... tried nt last. fought witli knives at "Favorite l're.crlption" wa "world is going democratic and MiatGro-"I Attalla.. 4 17 01 nml OOP in'Ar'v i..... It gave lit joy, Itgave us h.p, ver Cleveland will bo tho next man to' is announced to tako place in this city, Southdowns, 111., and Iverr will die. iiinmu 45 pm, Ive Ilinninghani i'.'"- 300pm 3 cop in .... 'She ceased to pine, heceaed to mpe, o oi pin: 130am i tho presidential chair." His de Wednesday, Nov. '20th. Tho marrlago honor The Kentucky Classical anil Busi;. v "Sfiy ..... 4 15 a,n at v.....u'riuiun It 31 ti W' (I'icrce's reini'dlc, are Hire and true feat for representative has not ; - ...im.. Mr, V, , Thomas, of Maysville, to ness Female College at North Middle-tow; j il III il ... 6 30 m ' 'v" ... Ar v ......... 9 jj pm!.... good a. now. for tho cause and fl Now Hannah June it it the least his love 40 10 ii m ,.,. ,n .1. .1 A.'ul ..,.. I. An l're.crlption Is the only hu can bo relied on as doing his very Miss Mary Cheek, of this city, will be Horn hou county, burned to the IUI' Jacki 9 ion m I.'ve... lit l'itrce'i I'aNorltc 4 on pm ...j... In n a m I. c....vicKkuur(f, Kov. F. J, ground Wednesday. inidiclnclnr women iold by druggist, under a beat when Wnvno county is called upon. solemnized this morning. Thu loss of the ,. iuoj a iu... ...., 4 15 pm I. vc... ..ifnroc ft on am Mr. M. I). Hardlu, who baa for n half, check, of Paris, brother of thu bride, building, - ,, g 3.1 p porltive guarantee from the manuCtctuier. that it A r'v....Shrevtport...., furniture, etc., is carefully estirewill Hive satUf.iction In every cne, or money ceremony. Mr. God mated at 13,000 and tiie insurance on Nortli.Itound:-l'ra- in No. , Pullman lloudoir llufiet Sleeping Cars, New Oi leans to Cincinnati funded. Thin guarantee hn. been placed on tho troy Darbeshire, who married .Miss All was $7,500. I'... .fc w..w,. Kvery stiUih of clothing itnicvr ium i f: v." w. 'I..,.. v l.iuiiii.ui"'-"- " ....... el....l n,r. W.. ri,lu. In Cincinnati, i,i '.?", bottl wrapper and faithfully carried out for many to rest upon, will quit tho hotel business ... r". 1I4IH..W ....:..! .iinianjHi.iuiuiiiraj sin uiiti ... . ...... CU.n., f.Ain 10n muiuii pto at. Ho nie, daughter of Col. Isaac Shelby, died belonging to tho young ladies and teachmi Phlllinniini a...hr.,.ta tn Plnplnli.l, 1. 1. Train No 8. Pullman 1st and movo from Monticello. . .. nv u.ll. .w .v.......a . r? . .v n. ..u .'....JO ..I'll. sonville to 11.cln.1at1, via Sam Moore sold 100 huad lu undecided as to whero ho will locate, at Key West. FRANK w. WOOLI.EY. Tr.v Pass. Agt., Lexington, Ky. was ers except their night apparel ii. in..,- -', l'rlleti cle,nu and regulate the O. G. EDWARDS. Cen'l Pats, and Tkt. Al. thinks ho will spend his declining of 1,100 pound cattle at '1 to it cents. imiiv ' C.eneial Manaeer. Cinoiniiuti Ohio. J icmacli, bowel, and .y.iein kcucrally Oneii but lost. K. 0. W, cents. ' j ears in Stanford. vegetable. loe; purely ! ' 'aue con-inunt- a, mem-b.-r'- s semi-centenni- i nwt"V;M7 v m ,,!!Ml,ri;;, J'Z.X?. id II. (.J. Ward shipped a of hogs to Cincinnati this week. Turnips and shoat hid now delight-- j ing the palate of thu epicure. One of our young men will observe' the president's proclamation by taking to himself a bonny bride Thanksgiving. The funeral of Mrs. Nannie Corminy, who died recently, was preached tit thu j Christian church Sunday by Klder J. G. Livingston. All persons indebted to Chadwick & ' Armendt will please call ami settle im mediately with J. T. Chadwick, at Chad wick & Kdmistou's new store, as I have sold out and thu business mut be wound up. W. B. Armendt. The candy party, given by Miss Kiln May Saunders at her home Friday nightj was a highly enjoyable atlair to a select company of thu young lady's friends., Miss Hllu is one of thu prettiest of C. O.'s ' dawning belles, ami since Iter debut into society has done her part of entertain-- ' ' ing. J. II. Hutchison, of Piueville, is. here. Miss Pauline Hardin and Mrs. J. G. Livingston have returned from a visit to Mrs. Dr. Alcorn, of Hustonville. Miss Lura Doores is spending n week witli Miss Mock, of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Burk, nee Dillion, of Danville, are at dipt. F. W. Dillion's. A. T. Nunnelley lias been buying hogs in this locality this week. Mr. J. S. Edinistoi; is contemplating a trip to Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Obu Linsey is lying dangerously ill of intermittent fever. An important business transfer will materialize here this week. D. B. having purchased Joe Coliey's large stock of general merchandise, will combine it with that of-J- . T. Chadwick and the two under the firm uamu of Kd- miston & Chadwick will begin business in the spacious store-roolately used by Mr. Cotl'ey. Both gentlemen, beside being progressive and abreast with the Kd-mist- Lost His Head ! Everybody is Excited WON BY A HEAD; Want to be Ahead, bel lb-li- fr j j e S. L. POWERS & COH.g.RUPLEY.-- diller-ence- - three-quarter- o - It&tt iLi' I! . hat-ban- d , po.-sib- le FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 57-- Vcy-Vg- d SMEFEE, BklaSraS s f-g- -- e HOUGH A3SD DRESSED LUMBER, . C. wag-oil- JSASH, DOORS rHRyriilr?nil Laths, n PATENT WmiE! AITD SLAT rirtt-c'a.- FB1TOE, j Hcbool-hous- e s Hugh-ma- MM I . Cincinnati and leans. clod-hopp- e, Huff-u- - 111 i, g j I I Sen-atoihhi- V 4 11 111 - onj 111 - 1 . I - 1 111 ' i.. "1 1 -- I j - - 3$- 4 1 1 . - i 111 n, 11 I DO t.'ve....-Meridi- .' an .,.- . A U l J . 111 I Kfflfi An-Ja- n. ...,!. oicci-iii1. k w -. -- H . i" fe 1.T I - s Wl 'ifciiyni n 'jf f i f M n iiiim ,, Semi-Week- ly Jntejior JpuRNijL a r ft. president i proclamation with regard to tho observance of Thursday, 2i)th, ns Stanford, Ky., November 15, 1889 the Louisville convention llrst caused Thanksgiving day. the trouble and his rough "You obstruct John Cunningham, convicted at tho way, bit, brought on tho tragedy. Harrod'dnirg of criminally assaulting n W. P. WALTON. Col. Swopo was not a man, :year-olchild, was sentenced to the but p.itlent and long Buffering, though it penitentiary for 10 years. That Cols. Swopo and Good too wero was not in his nature to forever brook After making out what ho called "A possessed of some of the noblest traits of cureless insult. Goodloo might have through bill of lading by the morphine humanity, and that tho former deserved easily avoided tho diflleulty and left his route to hell," John P. Hamilton, an old the highest praise for attaining single enemy to carry out his intention of leav steamboat man, took the poison and handed and unaided the exalted posi- ingtho State for a Western home in a died. tions, both politically and socially, that short time. It is well indeed that ho According to the report of C. Y. Wil- v he enjoyedk none cm deny. But it is followed his victim so soon into the great son. Commissioner of Agriculture, there apt to be forgotten, in recalling their unknown. So bloody and heartless a is a total of untaxed property in the State many virtues that these tine gentlemen, butcher (lid not deserve to live. A re- of $'2'27, i"i or nearly half as miudi Does When, ttiue When as everybody regarded them, bore mur- markable fact in connection with the af- as is taxed. The value of exempted is it. Tho der continually in their hearts, ready to fair is that no dying declaration by Good- church property is placed at $111, IL'D.II!.") crowds who to it. carry it into execution whenever the oc- loo has been given to the press. If this and of railroad proporty at nearly $8,000,- casion presented itself. There is every statement was favorable to him it cer 000. e constituent of murder in their act of tainly would have been made public feud has brokThe butchering each other, including the en out afresh. A battle has been fought necessary one of malice, which was evThat sanctimonious at Hazard, Perry county, between the er uppermost in their minds. They Postmaster General John Wanamakor, leaders and their allies, which lasted fil! murdered each other as each intended whose position in Harrison's Cabinet hours, ending only when the ammunito do whenever tho chance came. It is was bought ami pud for, promised Gen. tion ran out, Three or four men were well that both died after one did. Had Wade Hampton that the postmaster at killed nnd several were badly wounded. either lived after tho horrible crime re- - Columbia, S. C, where the general gets French was in possei-sioof the town Keep close to offer of now bu it. .. md- morse and misery would have clung to his mail, should serve his time out and at last accounts. isa.r Goods ' of him for life, even though the courts had that ho would consult him with referBoots, Shoes, r.nna. nn.nTvfv vFifyiyLiiif.i'. t e. :, ww i LANCASTER, GARRARD U0UNTY, i 4si.r fuiui gone through the forms of acquittal. ence to his successor. Instead of keepEspecially is this truo of Col. Goodloe, ing his word as all pious Sunday-schoo- l Hugh Smith returned home lues- who held his victim up and continued superintendents are supposed to do, this day evening bringing with him his bride, .oU, met tfd.oO, to plunge the savage knife into him af bright and shining light of republican- whom he captured at Bristol, Tcun., last in, boys' Overcoats SO- ter he had cut his heart in two. The ism and religion, removed the democrat week. be Louisville Timed, after discussing the and apoiuted a republican without ever The train from this place to Richtragedy, closes a timely article as follows: saying a word to Hampton. Thereupon mond, on Monday, was badly wreckwere twice we expected. "Col. Goodloo would have reproached the general very natural denounces him ed between Hynttavillo and Point to go with the thought that as a liar and suggests that ho study the Lea veil. himself hourly new tho encounter might have been avoided, story of Ananias and Sapphira and lec.. j .Marshal Hamilton had Tom Hick- Tho. ehn.r7r.es nn. tlm.h9.C)f) Dri-iimill "'" . i lu "' cwsa ouro ma- that the blood of his fellow might not ture on it to his class. A challenge is in man, of color, before the police court possible. ?iy have been on his hands, and that he order, but it will not be sent. The snif- - Monday last on a charge of selling whis- might have saved his honor without iiiiik nypocrne will continue to lie ami ky Mnlii St., n0 Was lined 23 which ho M. SAI.ING15R, taking tho life that was not his to rake lick stamps, pray and prevaricate, exhort ; renlevied and that was not his to restore. This and equivocate. Miss Lula Uatson was socially stormwould have been his future, even had isalready a great Bcratuble for ed on Monday evoniug by a party of There the rxagedy.been unattended by tho feyoung ladies and gentlemen, but she rocity of holding a dying man on his tho olhce of collector of tho Lexington showed herself equal to the occasion and I dtcD on hand a No i oiulitv of Icllico. I.ilv my Leave your orders at feet and sending a dagger into his vitals district, m.ulo vacant by the death of entertained the crowd in a manner a and Nut Coal in Yard or S S Mjm atort-- and they will be (Mendilut in a christian community what Col. Goolloo. Young Blaine, who has ed to promptl). J II IIICniNS. week's preparation. Starfoid, Ky. 63 could have been in store for a man who been deputy under three adininistratio'n, Miss Nellie Marrs entertained the , i... i :.. i...i:.,.. n., ini.:..snno made tho horrible remark attributed to thG Social Club on i uesday evening and de"V- .,aiw!..,t ...,, nr ti... ,,i,... n,,.i n,.v,f SATYF1I Col. Goodloe when the butchery was " ..II n iiu ikti;aiiv, muii Im uniuw li.ltt.1 till tiltr .it t.iiul.ut ti'itli iili lluiml w,.c uuivii ao whore over? "He bellowed like a calf." Had have it, but we fear he is not politiiian winning ways ami a nice lunch at a rea- be A to ' unouKn We asked Col. Bradlev wlio( Goodloe lived a century those words I t Jt I. .1 . I lll'll.lllll UIMll.ia UJlllnlllil I1UIII. of , , . . ., IUIjIIIIIUII!. .11IIIU OlVillia DUIldUIV preicnt . iiu nail no to be the guv portion of the towu this (OnSomeriet ttrcct, at ilviirable occupied by Mr would have been associated with him. wuuuiKri inenpiHiiiHiiieiii. II Cooper. A very from, place and can Le obtained at a bargain Addrcti or call on and men even friends would have idea, but supposed the president would W H.ANDERSON. Harper, Kanua, ' , shrunk from him and shuddered at his name some one not connected with l ' Or I'. M McKOHKK TS, Stanford. Ky. U 1" W ulkr' who was "O"'1'"1 appro.ich. Tho result would have been ther of the factions of Swopo or Goodloe. b' the democratic committee for county A l... .l!l im. hnli,. n,nv desperation and misery, and however !! judge, will have u card in this week's isOils, School Boohs, Wall SATYF. I much we may deplore the tragedy, the want it as he had a butter thing in his sue of V the News, declining, for reasons . at. )nm law practice, but he would be a good death of Goodloe was a blessing to himnh to sell my r'arm ol I70.cret, limited wi best known to himself, to make the race. irom self, to his friends and to the communi- man for the position. In the meantime We regret exceedingly that matters have tne Ilyattivllle i and KirkiTlllc pike, 4 unlet com- Lancatrr It well watered, haa upon It a Mr. Blaine, who is a relative of the Secty." lortablc dwelling home, ttabln, orchard in fact, e best retary, is running the otllee as ho has got into a shape that prompts this action all the Decenary convenience.. I have alo (our Very by the head of the ticket, but Judge Wal- other tractt would tell Gen. Fayette Hewitt, after making done for the last several years. J8 J. HANSHKKRV WKST, lllittiville. ker is an honest, honorable, conscien Kentucky one of the best auditors she The citizens of Louisa, Ky., hold an in. tious and upright man, as also a judge has ever had, has resigned to give more SALE OR RENT. attention to his private interests, which dignutinn meetinuand passed some salty and he feels justified in takiug this acinclude the presidency of the State Na- resolutions on Postmaster McClure when tion or he would not do so. A 1.AKGK AND COMMODIOUS HOl'SE Now if everybody w ithin 110 miles of in Lancaster, on Danville iret, the old Frank-titional Bank. Ho lias served the State they found that he telegraphed to WashInititutc property, tunable for a boarding most honorably and naught am be said ington asking for government protection, Lancaster wauls to see something real house If tald pioperty la not told privately or as the democrats had demolished his of. funny and laugh thejr sides sore, let rented for the year 1S90, it wilt be told at public against him, save that he had too much outcry on Monday, Doc. 23. 1IS9 at the court "awwawawaw.w confidence in Dick Tate, in which, how- flee in celebrating the recent victories. them attend the entertainment to be home door m Laucutter, Ky., that heme county MII.I.RK & SANDIr'KK court day. A House in which you can find ever, he was not alone. Tho governor The real damage done was tho breaking given by the Indies' Mite Society of the AddrratJ W. Miller, Lancaster, or J. I'. hn has appointed Insurance Commissioner of three panes of trhms anil n class door Presbyterian church untitled "The Old- - difer,MI lleaboro. L. C. Norman to till the vacancy and panel by concussion produced by an ex- Fashion Destrict Skule" on Tuesday promoted II. T. Duncan, Deputy Insur- plosion of dynamite in the middle of tint evening, Nov. 10th. It is supposed to ance Commissioner to the charge of that street and for which responsible parties represent a school of the 18th century MT. VERNON, KY. ollice. Ciipt. W. T. Havens, of the Mt. 0 ire red to pay in full. McCiuie's case is and the scholars are impersonated by one of those which might properly come prominent people of the town, ranging Hoielii lit maintain old and Thit Sterling Sentinel, succeeds Mr. Duncan SpeIds friends of the Suite press will under the supervision of the gentleman in ages from 150 to 75 years. If itappears ing it fine reputation. Chargei reasonable. and cial attention to the (ravelins public. feel much gratified at this deserved rec- who bosses the job of dragging the creek as funny to theaudieuce as to the pupils Any of the above goods exchanged for At. P. NEWCOMII, Prop., Country Produce. ognition of a good man and a true demo- with the carcasses of such cusses as he. during rehearsals it certainly will bring Sj tt Mt. Vernon, Ky, down the house. crat. We do a strictly Cash Business Thekk is no silly sentiment about the and our prices are Come and see what we can save you the LOWEST MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The Chicago Times very aptly re- Indiana Supnjme Court, which has deR. B. marks, "What slashing denunciations of cided that women are not eligible to an Win. Geer's work train is with us. SUCCESSOR TO the barbarism of the South we would elective oflice. Unfortunately the KenWhat appeared to bo the heaviest Next door to Portman House. THE HATTER, have from the leading Northern Repub tucky Court of Appeals had already de- rtin since the Hood fell here Tuesday M'MIOHAEL, Stanford? Ky lican organs if a slight drawback did not cided that they can hold olhce in this night. 611 4TH AVENUE, occur in the narrative. How we would State. I). C. Poynter trailed a yoke of work LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. B. Adams for a have denounced Swopo and Goodloo if Gov. Ahiiwt'b plurality in New Jer- - cattle and ! heifers to W. V only they had been Confederate briga- sey is Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish 14,",2, against Cleveland's 7.11 Mr. IIaVL.H anil Miss Mary diers!" Very true. But in this instance n 1888, more than double. New Jersey Wn,n e, ope , Stock of were married at Jel-- , tho actors in tho horrible tragedy were canal ways be lelied on by tho democ lico, Saturday. republicans and it is only spoken of as racy, which rejoices to see her become &c The lumbermen are happy. A good nn unfortunate affair. more democratic at each election. logs are tide in the rivers and ereeks and It is said that a man named Pinkertou Wickkii Cincinnati has to charter rnmim. iln u'li brought to the city of Louisville, now open DRUGS, B00K3, STATIONERY, started to Washington as soon as he special coaches to take her Several more horhes and mules died ' Ever convicts to including the to be in time the heard Goodloo was FANCY ARTICLES, &0 penitentiary. Tho number shipped with tho fever, or new disease lately bro with his petition to succeed him. Wo Monday was Hi) and still thero KNOX & JOHN D. STETSON & CO'S. HATS are thou- ken out iu the county. Thyslcians prescriptions accurately compounded. do not know Pinkertou, but that very sands more to follow. C. W. l'ing, who was taken before And alio my own importation of Kn(lith Hata act damns him, and we take It that the and Capi. An elegant line ol Canei and I.yon'a the U. S. commissioner at Somerset hint always on hand. Fine president wpl not appoint a man to such week, law been taken to Covington for Celebrated Umbrcllai NEWS CONDENSED inan ollice who could be guilty of such trial. SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Boies' plurality for governor of Iowa All the parties arrested in connecdecent haste. is 0,801. The rest of the republican tick- tion with H. 1. Uethurum'B distillerv and Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Ortlera out- CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. tide of city solicited, perfect aatlsfactlor iruaran It is stated that many of the members et is elected. taken to Somerset have been acquitted teed Don't fail toordera NORIIY HAT. Wyi Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than of tho Women's Christian Temperance Another version of the Perry coun- and released. the lowest. Watches, Clock, and Jewelry lie. opposing extreme methods and ty war is that Judge Hearst was shot and Union, paired on shortnoticc and warranted. Charlie l'oynter, who had his foot movoment to wliich the tho the burned. so badly crushed by a freight train at mmF9iw-Wf,Ks': i union Is pledged, will secede nnd join Tho ollicial returns show that Lamp- - Livingston, last week, took a turn for tho the new' organization, which is sou, republican, is elected Lieutenant worne weunesuny ami me tioctors wero litical and more conservative. Tho idea Governor in Ohio by II votes. obliged to amputato his leg above tho is a good one. Among the mourners at Goodloo's ankle. funeral was Mr. K. 11. Hayes, who servJohn L. Iiowe, a native of Illinois, In an article stating how many men ed one term as president of the U. S. who has been iu this county 10 months, WHHMHatirflBfSHlilHflfl Cassjus M. Clay had gotten away with, 0. A. Smith, a brother of the was tried for lunacy Wednesday. He j in "personal encounters, wliich wero was Bhot ami killed by Calvin says a cart wheel ran over his head some , tSi CO., Commercial-Gforced on him," the Cincinnati Brown, in a quarrel over politics at Hef-Ii- j years ago, which causes his mind to wa azette failed to tell about the poor HUSTONVILLE, KY. ' Ala. ver at times. negro ho killed under the most question In to W. T. Walker, it lunatic in the asySurveyors are at Work looking OUt n Are atill Ina the business) and ready liiuado any. 7 lTH.ti.it Uin linu full Ihlnn In able circumstances. Tell the whole tale lum at Hopkinsville, cut histhroatTues-daroute for a railroad from Brush Creek, in ; ck of Ca.es and Caskets o('ll kind nml Knbei when you start out. ' every description Our hearse, which l nearly and died from the cll'ccts the follow WHS COUlllJj tn .MailClieatCr. llio enter- - ncv can je obtained an ihort notice. Mr. J. If. Gncn has charm; priso is ueing pusieu uy .miuiisoii peo- our gooda to any of cur business and willin shou TiiKollicml count makes Cincinnati ing day. one ueedinir anthin( our Tho steamer Queeiismoro caught ple, backed by Eastern capitalists. Tho llur Louisville will have 7,25:1 democratic. c.tf to hump herself in December, unless lire and drifting on the rocks ofl" tho people along the line are enthusiastic. .Mrs. J. II. Crooko and Mrs. Mollio she would play second ilddlo to Porkopo-li- s Irish coast, went down. No lives lost. She was valued at $000,000. Ayres, of Cincinnati, spent several days as a democratic city. This notice forewarns liuiiters. and Tho statue of ltobeit IC; Lee, for at Livingston last week. J. L. Owens others not to trespass on our lands fiahermen per. without misiilon, as all auch will bo proivcuted to the full, 1'itEXCH Tiiton has tho exceeding bad Richmond, modeled by Mercie, in Paris and Big Jim Collins nro building a est extent of the law. Signed; taste to print his o.vn picture iu his will not bo ready by December. Tl.o at Sinks. Win. Drownilold. f iu T.J. HILL, GEO, D nurrr.K. ii He must dimming has been postponed till' May, NtwIIovon,teliwo in the btavo busi- the Richmond Climax. KTf:tJR mai o ness. be vain of his elongated corporosity. It costs $10,800 to run tho civil v. V. rreeniiin, lately .turned s. h. shanks. s.h. iiaughman', Will keep constantly on hand a large and Beleetftline MKb. MfclMKY 1IAUOII.MAN, A M. KKI.AND commission, $:i,:i52,48U for tho year- from Georgia, has been very sick. Mrs; V..1 PENCE of Furniture JOHN V.It HOLMES, ICI! and Undertaker's Goods My prices will be as low as Girsgn Taylok has assumed editorial ly expenses of tho House of Representa- Win. Weber, of Knoxville, is here with r. i, II I S. W. I.flP.AV Dr. suchlj control of tho WinchesterSun, lately dis- tives nnd I for running the exrelatives. Sum 1). Myers has returned II LIlliKT HICHARI)S. JOSH ADAMS can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo II. V. OAINKS con J, ft, McKINNKY. L. Bosley. ' posed of by John penses of tho Senate. after a sojourn iu Louisville. vinced that I sell lower than tho Mrs. SAMrOKDIKWIN. I Hie uncallod-fo- r, Mint ho wm thenggrvAsor. to Bay exaggerated, remark nt not Although nearly all of tho nowspa-per- s Col. Gondloe'n widow Is nn applicant " ' eeem to bo. on Goodloo's side, for the offlco ho held, the ftict is protty clearly demonstrated Gov. ltuckiier iTagBUniilomonted tho m V i i" '. 1 I INDISPUTABLE :FACTS.D THE LOUISVILLE STORE il. blood-thirst- y J d -- f say it the business. they advertise a bargain then under value they mean immense their store will testify daily pack they I'reiich-Kversol- Great Reductions uiar uycione v.-r--"- In CLOTHING an d This Wee i:. JIats, n I watch .m Trunlv foj what they have gains m JJrii .Mn.H,X will Profit Clothing, worth worth SS.50, and allbetter grades Pill sold n bints. price SJ.oO; at Men's former price $5. Special reductions pTr'eenl m ZeiU!!!lrnk. buyer had Our goods for the Holidays. l" ""' LUnn'loni kiUaVii" Msooasldes Ly, tickets as Stanford. "' I M ' Maunder. Attention, Coal llurucrg. befit-tting- ''' , FOR at!$Wfia,!!? . .. llt. . I I 11 J Bilck House and Lot, ei-- ri.i I FARM FOB. 1 1 Full Stock of Drugs Paints, and Silverware andjewclry repaus in the style. ,L-hm,Uih- l"!cr,cst ?. &&, j wm me oia stand, sliaU pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons a CIS I ! uwucss n,t. Paper,'.....?' respectfully, FOR W. B. MoBOBERTB. n Just What Groceries, is Needed Glassware, I I NEWCOMB well-kno- Dry' Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, HOTEL. mt Queensware, &c. GEOGEGHAN. JONES BROS., il ""'yong ,, I HAT world-renown- 9 IPfllrRfWY, DBUaGIST JEWELBB. U Bo third-part- y court-hous- o l$att&&&M - uou-po- IliMHI SEW T. STJTTOIT m FURNITURE STOREI MA'DI HlCIFFMAKTo 8FJRF. y I POSTED. store-hous- n T if pa-pe- r, ser-vic- ! A 11 j?S8-,8- lowest. lt'stmyttamiutmwmmm.mm ". rmmun.m.ii.mmmeM0B " '" urn i mw I'.MjlifU, .M-- j )kjA Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal' Novkmukk 15, 1880 Hkad T. Khkhii K. Walton's ad. m Stanford, Ky., Salt nt T. It. Walton's. . Nnwlotof jewelry uml watches just W. U. Moltoberts. received. K.o. wawon, MEANS CoMKniul bus. ManaRor BUSINESS. 1'on f3A!.K.A gauge rod, ncnrly now. Will sell cheap. Apply nt this olllee. ... Fifty pounds scttlo your account A. It. of fresh yellow butter in T. pound packages, Metcnlf. wnnted nt onco. renny. Maii.i: iSvnur, Huckwheat Flour, I , V varranteu. A. K. rcnny. llcans just received nt A. A. Warren's Tiik best plrtco to hily drugs, patent Model Grocery. , medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. ii 1'eiinv'n. (iucki.y sent out his first cold wnve New Scarfs Buy your school hooks, ink, tablets. signal for this section Tuesday, but it taper, pencils ami school supplies of till got dellected and failed to materialise. I:lnds from A. It. IVnnv. Instead of a snow, a lit'avy rain fell for '2 hours and tho wholu earth seems to NEW GYPSY AND GERMANT0WN YARN. PERSONAL POINTS. hu drenched to the centre. Mi hi Maiiy A irons is visiting in SomTut: Richmond Hrauch of the K. C. erset. has been having tough luck for the last Mits.T. W. MIU.KH Isitiitu sickwith week or two. It is duo'hero at 4:50 p. m. mnlarlal fever. no night sooner than Mil". It. It. M.miony has joined her hut it has arrived 7 and from that to 'J a. m. Tho latter dehusband at Kuoxvillo. was caused by a truck of tho forward Mu. ami Mas. I.kvi Hl'iiiii.k have been lay car running out between llyattsvilluand visiting relatives a Somerset. cars around Cait. Wm. Fiki.ii, of the Groensburg bnucasteriind throwing the promiscuously. Ilrauch, was up this week to seu his lady love. Wednesduy evening Sakk Roiiiicd. Mu. ItiuiAiui (Jaitiikii and wife, of Mr. I). W. Vamleveer went to his safo Maysvllle, nru visiting Mrs. J. I). Swnin, to get change for a bill and found to Ida surprise that tho little sack which he at Hustonvllle. Mn. J. I. Swain, manager ofS. I.. Tow- kept hissilver in was missing, as well as nvr. ers tk Co.'s stores, hns gone ( tho cities the contents, amounting to nbout $10. a Horvjce fee of $1,000, which ndinits of Hat bought the rfyjht to tell the Kureka Quilting Ho had seen it there nn hour or two pre- the usual return privileges. on business for tho house. Attachment in Lincoln, Garrard and Hoyle counIn- make well Some of tho fastest trotting records ties. It wurki equally timet on allwotk inof tewlne Hkv. Gki.kn II. Hour, of Versailles, vious to this and as he had not left the a day of machines; will do ten the manner of quilling: in fact it it one of was overto see his unrlu, Wesley (tout, store since, the thief must have entered of the year, so far, nre Guy, 2:10; Axtell any otherlabor ever offered the through ei- 2:12; Hello Hamlin 2:12; Palo Alto,2:1.11; Krcatett will savert tee you In a fewtodayt. female from the back of the store, call to whose broken lei; is not doing well. 77 tex. He Mu. Cvitt's I'aso.v, late of Point Icav-el- ther the cellar or one of tho windows. Sunol, 2:10; Ronnie McGregor 2:13, orders his paper sent to Centre Point, Mr. Vamleveer will investigate the mat- ami Nelson 2:141. & Thu get of the great Texas, wheru hu expecta to make his ter and believes he will bring the thiu KOWLANI), KY to justice. are said to be very fractious and future home on that account very hard to train nnd Keep contuntly on hand a iplei.did line of Col.. W. (i. Wklch and J. S. Hocker On Wednesday's train Mr. .las. Hatch, lufton an early train tliit morning for of Graves county, Mo., passed up to keep in condition. Only a few of them Family Groceries, Frankfort to attend to a case before the Knox county witli n raving maniac have as yet proven moderately good. And trtl them at the lowest prices. Produce of all In Cincinnati there is n good demand kinds taken in exchange at market quotations, Court of Appeals. Krctheuodt eery day. Give us a call. named Di.ney. They started from their CA Kit IKK A WATTS. 78 Cou W. 0. IhiADi.KY pasted up to home on Mondnv with the intention of for feeding cattlo and butchers are strong common to best shippers 1J Ijndon Wednesday and routoipicntly visiting the homes of their childhood in er. Very : could not have been in Washington at Knox ami Hell counties ami when leav to 1; feeders 2 J to It; hogs are weak at HOUSE, to 3.00; sheep stronger at 2 to 5. Times man wild ing Missouri Mr. tho lime the Dimcy was seemingly P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, J. W. Guest is l(Kking up some he was. in fair health and splendid spirits. youngsters to till his stable, which his London, - - - Kentucky. Mu. .1. IIi'tciiiso.v, who has been in About midway between St. Louis and &c. son, William, a deservedly popular genMiddlcslxjro for some time engaged at Iy)iilsvillo be seemed to lose bis mind meeting. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better tleman, will twin for the spring his trade, was down yesterday and ex. ami jumping in the middle of the car We hope he will secure one or more prepared than ever to accommodate the public, (iood Livery attached and every convenience pressed bimself contident of the great fuaisle he began to dance at a furious rate. equal to or better than Terra Cotta. fiivc me a call. ture of the place. FRANK RILEY. 77 It took several men to quiet him nnd Stanford, the great breeder of great Times says Miss Mary Tub 1niisvlllo reevery few hours be would attempt to trotters In California, savs that he is Clay Thomson won the prize at Mad ron sale i peal the net, showing that he must have thoroughly satisfied that the lowest posof nine Rupert's Icrtrro as the posc-ho- r gone crazy on tho subject of daucing. the most beautiful complexion. Shu be Mr. Hatch informed an I.vtkhiok Joint-na- l sible reconl that may be reached by trotters will be mndu by horses possessing If not told privately beiore, I uill offer at public longs to the hamlsomu Welch family and auction on representative that ho had never large per centnge of racing or thoroughis a very beautiful blonde, us faultless of Monday, Dec. 2, 1889, shown signs of insanity tcfore, but that bred blood. Hence he is breeding many form as of face and feature. square, my hu had seen him dance at balls all the thoroughbred mares to trotting horses County court day, on thocourt-houtdetirable house and lot of five acres on Danville long and he believed his mind was night M. C.SAUFLKY, CITY AND VICINITY. nnd thoroughbred horses to trotting bred ttreet, Stanford. Laramie City. Wyo. 76.1m Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Hominterferred witli by his incessant thought mares. Vnv line candies at T. It. Walton's. and love for dancing. Hu will bo taken 1). Gotrsold to M. Kahn 325 catS. iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, hack to his home nnd tried for lunacy. NURSERIES tle, weight about 1,550 pounds, at 4 vtf. BLUE-GRAFkkmii sausage, oysters, llsli uml celery W. R. Kidd shipped to ltaltimore SaturA full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, nt Peter Hampton's. DEATHS' DOINGS. day, lor export, 400 cattle, grass fed and Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Aiparagut, Shrubs, Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, and everything for the orchard and garden. We Powei.u Died, at the family resi- weighing 1,080 lbs. which were bought employ no agentt but tell direct at low prices to am prepared to kill and dress hogs for those wishing it done. Ia'svo orders dence, in tho McCormack neighborhood, nt 4 cents, nnd on Monday ho shipped me planter. renon.u intpecti"n 01 our immense Description catalogue with valua. Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. nt :'M v. i. , on the Ktlh hint, Mrs. Sallie to New York 421 corn fed cattlo of 1,550 stock Invited. on annhcatton. hte miei?ettiona at my shop. M. F. F.lkin. NMEYEK, . it. t Ann Powell, wife of Capt. Ren F. Pow- Ilw. weight which were purchased at tho Leaington, Ky. t What makes the people Hock to Pow- ell, in the 41st year of her age, of puer- same price. W. O. Hrock shipped this er's? competitors nil cry; it is because be peral fever. The deceased waa most week to Raltimore 225 hogs, weight from FORtreats them well, that they go there to liighly esteemed by all her neighbors for 150 to 250 pounds, which were purchasbuy. SALE AT A SACRIFICE 5- & T. her amiable disposition nnd her kind ed at 3J cents. Winchester Democrat. suffering. generous deeds to tho New lot of Jewelry, watches and sil- and Telephone Line to Danville. I will tell the house known at the All silverware a number of years shu had been greatly verware just received. Prof. I.. Kddy writea as follows in rof nfllicted, but had borne her afllictions gold will bo engraved at reasonable rates. wjth tho most perfect Christian resigna- ercncu to Ins teli'plionc linos: W. H. Mcltoberts. Tlioro is now a tulepliono lino from tion, and when the summons came she Ittin. Pum.i'am says it wns a negro who was ready and willing to go. Shu was Danvillo to Lexington, connecting tlioro ForONK THOUSAND DOLLARS cash. deserted his wife nnd eight children at the mother of quite a largo family of with lines to Mt. Sterling and WinchesJ. P. BURTON, Clerk. R. WALTON. ilarrodsburg and eloped. Tho white children, eight of whom survive her. ter; to Parte, Cynthiana and Cincinnati; Services appropriate to her memory were to Versailles, Frankfort and Louisvill" . The Cottage opposite the Railway are not built that wny. people there Depot, held in MeCormnck's church on yester- Other places between these are also conTo tiik Pk.v. Sheritl Newland took day, Thursday, afternoon, and her re- nected. I have also built lines to the negroes Ad Clark ami Arch Adams mains laid to rest in the old church yanl, lVrryville, Junction City and Formerly occupied by II. F.. Miller, at the same place or KIOUT HUNDRED DOLLARS to Frankfort yesteryay. They geta year where sleep so many of her friends and other places in Iloylo county, placing caih. and each for communication neighbors. them thus in immediate ly applying to Mr. W. F. KenSame enn be respectively. llrnt nedy, Crab Onhard. , with each other and with tho points .. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ' have a contract with thu r.ast named J OTTF.NUF.I.MFR, Tmc inspectors of tho L. it N. passed OUR No. 30 State Street, New York. Klders Martin Owciw and llichard Tennessee Telephone Co., covering this to take a look nt the up Wednesday and my pian is 10 Mm iraw extension of the Cumberland and John Todd held an eikditdavs' SAlLlfiSo from Danville to Stanford, to Ijinraster Valley Ranch. Wo'll wager they found mi! at Stilesville, Pulaski county and re and perhaps to Hustonville, and have 18 into tho church. ccived things O. K. llaung rented my (arm in Stanford and Shelby According to tho minutes of, the tho centre of tho system in iMnville that pike, miles eafof the fonm-- place, I will I may be able to oversee it and keep it in Cityall tl.e 4lotloning property to the honest bidTin: sympathy of many friends will I u Tate's Creek Association, the Crab sell with Cnpt. R. F. Powell in tho loss of hi Rubber-Line- d church has tho largest Sunday- - order, hut communications between any der on ; excellent wife, notice of which is made school of her LM churches, having 22." two points can bo readily made. Nov. 20, '89, box toe elsewhero in tins' issue. Mrs. Powell scholars. Stanford comes next witli 112. Your peoplu may be a little chary of iiwiijDueiu foi- - To.wit: 'I he hatutnome 3. year old saddle stallion, Hoots was a greatly beloved neico of PostmasThis fellow is a dark brown with black "Nil 'riii niilnti ineetiiiL'. ulili'h U lii'lil In taking stock in telephones,, nftertheir ... oil-gra. ... :.. "I letft, nd white at all, 13 hands 3 Inches high, has box toe ter J. R. Marrs, of Danville. wie miiik.t .....-a- t experience wm. it the 11.or11.UK nt tliu Ifcil'tist church and walk, rack ami canter and a jfood gaited . fcar harnest; fellow i'l'P " lul mVnow been One extrainfancy liarnm mare, t ood combined boys' sizes. night at the Presbvterian, is "gather- News Kii.i.i:i With a Standaiik. '.. , t..t .a. a. 11111 ti...t u. iiik.ii Joy to ureairain. '"" my lines fancy yearling sad('.fldinii woman't hone; nil- mi;... t.iiib comes from Casey that Willis Hall, a by of the Shoes screw sewed operation for , 10 ami IS months and dle Mare out of out damsame dam Second Jew. of by hiierauo cl: famine; miller, killed Jack Raker, a farmer, with this CliriHtitu. hoart. Wednesday night, usual to tho Wllkra; alo a lot of llrood Mares tale in foal to welts. nHiir n uiirmnii l.v Itntv 1tin Holm1, who have given the satisfaction a wagon standard in a light, resulting jack and 0110 to a ttandard and renWtered horse: Heifers, of Rev. J. W. Lynch, Hell lines, only hard Btonns causing tho One p.ilrol work Mules, j from long enmity, Raker using a rock as preached in place now lluggy, Hull, Milk Cowt and Calves, Sho,es and. sewed Pho commercial travelers of dam- who was broken down, nine persons exceptions, only used alwut ,t months, good set of Harnett, his weapon, with which ho did no Koad Cart, Wagons, l'loui, Harnett, Hinder, made the good coufes this district have found them of such uro went forward and age. Orill.and a the Fanning Uteimlt, alto too extenbarrels of Corn, lot ir shelledO.it, 11 ttackt of siou. This makes It'.' additions and con- that thev call earnestly for their success is Boots, Hay, Fodder, Sc. s, sion. That tho system is a day of It is a shame that the negro, David fessions since tho beginning of the further seen in its extension hitherto, L'O Termt iber.1l and made known on o'clock. sale Misses, women Tlict.ilc will begin promptly at io sizes. be permitted to remain now in its third week. Mr. Lynch, miles of lino having been erected the Adams, should CHAS. I.. CROW. Stanford, Ky. in jail here, when there are three asy- the young divine who has been doing past summer. Not only should Stanford exlums in the Stale. Ho was adjudged a the preaching principally, hai endeared be connected, hut tho lino should be At the same place and terms l will'sell nil my Rowland anil Crab Orchard. perianal piopcrty, contitting of 7 llrood Man's, lunatic several inonlhs auo. His terrible himself to all his hearers by the earnest, tended to w.if.. in fml tn UrL. t combined Geldinz. work lli...... i i i'ir nlil marir Mule, n Sho.itt. to fat .. , ... , w n.Shenpard.droun can bo heard day and night, as eloquent and impressive manner in screams Hog, a nnlV. Cowt md Calves, new lluggy i which ho has presented his Master h w, nt ,jlllo nickman, was found in tho i.horhe Wagon nnd Humors, Plows and Plow ho tries to fleo from imaginary (.ear, 7. bushels Wheat, ano: il npt solU privately Jailer Owens has frequently to get up causo and urged sinners to fleo from tho rjver at wil ten iil nt . o uarren in v.oru j. T HOCKKK. a night to quiet wrath to come. Mr. Lynch preached two nnd three times Mr A J Coleman, of this county sermon yesterday morning, '..,,, ....... m1b8 Li..rr:0 Tavlor. of Shell) him. his farewell r KKKT SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such at Scrofula, Ulcert, Pimples, Ulcerated Thtoat more young people county, at the home of tho bride's parWhite Swelling, Syphilitic discatet In all Its stages. Necrosis, c. Price $1 per bottle. are capa- at which time lour None of tho mountain jails mi-cumm. ltevs. 1IAV1S' IKON lUTTKKS It the mott pleatant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia nccepieu onriBi. Uarrothburg Sayings. Nov. H. il gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the mucls ' ble of holding the murderers that are oc- Hunt and Helm will continue tlio meet- - 'nts. and nervous system. Price Si per bottle. Tbe dam of u Hour mill above Alton, casionally put in them. Tho one at WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and expcllers known to the meding the balanco of tno week if no longer. 0 . hroj.e mi ti,L, VV!lU,r 8Uept down night and ical profctiion and therefore recommends itelf. It it pleatant to take, tafe and reliable. Price a was broken Tuesday " per bottle. ' carrying away six mills ; toward tho town, tM Uver GA'IMFF'S MAGNETIC Jell' Henderson, charged with tho murder FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. BASV Ac. Acts at cathartic. Price I'll.I.S tor nilbox. Complaint!, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, several dwellings and doing much FMAKES as centt per and s4sof Howard Monroe, Lawson Goodwill, , .W .Manuiaciureu anu ior taic 10 i.ic iraue uy ir.e ' A West Virginia man sold mi curly other damage. accused of tho murderof Town Marshal Wils Howard, the Harlan county ABOR ILI.IAMSHUHG DRUG CO., Ky. . Hubbard, and three others, charged walnut log for Sl.OOO, A '2'2 head of desperado, ceased from his lawless acts for Moses Kahn paid .ESSENS PAIN ollenses, inado their escape. T0 LIFE 0f with lesser cattlo in Clark. long enough to wnto a column anil a DIMINISHES DANBtn They pryed n stone from tho floor and 1 have alotot feedeVsfor half of lurid matter to tho Courier-.Iour- old plan dug out. Rettei; return to your ' E. Hruce, Stanford. nal, in which he claims that ho is not as . of sending your prisoners here, Mr. s.do. J. Itwfc Krrphid, Short Jfand. Ttlegmph..tr.t I C1 1 has sold a good deal of black as painted, though nil who oppose BRADFiaD REGULATOR JOT. mANTAf - Vutaloyue J. T. Hocker H'rlfe and fall fnormrif(un, County Judge of Knox. f you wanti w ssassaKiBjIV I SOLO MYALL ORUCSJS corn at f 1.73 per barrel delivered. him aro horse thieves and scoundrels. them safely held. Watches ntul Jcwi'lry repaired nnil French Soups, 1'iekles, Hominy uml Johnson, of Hoyle, bought of John Swopo 10 head yearling heifers at $l!l. Mouto Fox sold to Tate Rros., of Wayne, 18 head of yearling mulcB at$7fi. Robert Homier, satisfied that Sunol will brenk Maud S's record, has purchased her. J. E. Florence sold an unimproved farm near Nelsonville nt a little over $'20 nn ncre. Foil Sai.k. 12 medium to extra mulocolts. I). A. nnd 11. II. Colyar, Richmond, Ky. It. II. Rronaugh sold to L. D. Garjack, by Win. Hobble's ner a Reecher for f 550. W.T.Tucker sold to Tom Woods some graded yearling Hereford cattlo of 1)50 pounds weight, at l cents. M. F. El sin bought of Alex Holtz- claw a lot of shoats nt 3 and a fancy lot of heifers of Myers it Luce at 5JJ cts. Col. Welch's Response. 3 NEW Messrs. Hutchi.sos, HnoNAUon, Hah-di- n and Others Gkntlembn: I have rend your "open letter" in tho Interior Journal of tho 8th, in which you suggest mo ns a suitable delegate to tho anticipated Constitutional Convention. 1 thank you for tho complimentary terms in which tho suggestion is made. Com ing from the people of my old home, it is n mark of friendly partiality on your part which is peculiarly grateful to me. The position itself will bo one of such responsibility and honor as might well tempt thu ambition of any man. Tho Convention, however, has not been called nnd may nuverbe. It would, therefore, bo premature and improper at present to announce myself definitely a candidate. I may say, though, that if the Convention is ordered by the next legislature, and if your desire to send mo as Tho Farmers' Alliance, n similar or- a delegate is shared by tho rest of tho ganization to the late grange movement, county, I shall bo pleased and proud to is agitating several counties in tho State. serve you in that capacity. Respectfully, W. G. Welch. Thomas Miller, of Garrard, bought Stanford, Nov. 14. of .Too Coffey, this county, fl mules at $100 and a brood marc for $100. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Senator Hearst says bo is determined that Sunol shall not leave California if ho has to pay half a million dollars for htm. of Land milei J. C. Fox, of Hoyle, bought of W. Stanford.e Good Acres house. Alto a Mocknorth p field of box M. Lackey 41 yearling mules at $S0, Krats, confuting of about io acrra. Addret W. T. STEPHENSON, Crab Orchard. 78 Mr. Fox will take them to Wayne county and dispose of them. ! Axtell'shook, limited to 40 patrribs, is already nearly full for next season, at MUFF Jackets, and Tidies, ITow Jersey Jackets, New Plush Line Stamped SEVERANCE & SON. For Sale or Rent. ii Thirty-thre- -- Quilting Attachment :f. I: It WMOH," Dealer si:m:s l, race-hors- e CARRIER WAITS, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, 1 THE RILEY 1 d wm mm SOME SEASONABLE GOODS Ml e SS 1 .4-- .. m m . -- in - 7-BI- BARRELS FRESH SALT. r Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Prices Always Reasonable. T. m liar-rodsbnr- house-breakin- g hog-stealin- g 1 Mid-dlesbo- . meet-'territor- y, . ! PILIBMO Celebrated Buell Boots in r rd Wednesday, iiii-- -i j - i.r-...- . I '"t Have arrived single and plain and, in hip and calf. nation noots; nroqafi and hiv; plain and Vamps, Boys' extra full-1....- .1 "" and men's in split, in child's, 1 1 N, Men's fine ana nana in standard machine I 1 1 1 1 goat Ladies' fine hid and hand turned. Gum in machine m meet-iiiL- ', Arctics and sandals in children' and men's 1 BRUCE & McROBERTS. J I ku-klu- jii, in .... ...... The Great Remedies! S - lo J k& "' M OTHERS ' t ; CHILD w$k rricnu GATI-IFF'- Williamsburg, 1,808-poun- d l,:t00-poun- d rjBBW'wmw . A BRYANT & STRATTON Business College ; ssOS s"'l -- 9, p'iy''('w'wfi Tr mnp-r f,tmU.f9mflttMsMmmUl, ,Xmtoa.cia.yww.y ...f ,.-- .., - . Mss.!- miit"tfm4i ,xi -Linfjii ii rrr""" t '" " " "' T '.' i j, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A WONDERS NEVER CEA3E. reported Mnrvelnn lr n TRAGEDY 11 OF THE H SEA. McKINNEY. 11 ISS KATE BOGLE F. Brinkley Xi llungnrlttn Stoa-Miio'- Wonders will novor ccusel At losist Publishod Every Tuoeday and Friday it scorns so. Something now is con$',2 PER YKAR.IN U3VANOE When not o paid $2.50 will be charged." K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Ilowland at 7:00 a. in., returning , at 4:50 p. m. L. ATTIoCALTiME CARD. ,.. 1131pm Mail train going North 131pm " South.... " 57 pm Express train " South., " North.. 397am 630 am Loral Freight North 5 JSP m South The latter train also carry passengers. The above t calculated on ttandard time. Solar time ii about 90 minutes falter LEATEMKG POWER Of the various Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. ROYAL (Pure), GRANT'S' (Alum)... sTsssTi RUMFORD'S HANFORD'S CHARM (frcth).. .MH (when fresh) (Alum Powder).. DAVIS" and 0. K. (Alum) CLEVELAND'S PIOHEER'San C2AR DR. PRICE'S Francisco).. . SNOW FLAKE iGrofTi) CONGRESS HECKEtVS CILLETS HARFORD'S (None Such), wh:n not fresh PEARL (Andrews & Co.) BUMFOSD'S (Phosphate), hen not fresh Reports of Government Chemists. Baking Powder is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not contain cither alum or phosphates, or other inG. Love, Ph.D." jurious substanccs.-EDWAR- D " The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. " Henry A. Mott, M. D Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest In quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge. Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." "All Alum baking powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas too freely, or under climatic changes sufier deterioration. " The Royal R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. House, . Office on Main street, oppositePortman upstairs. Nitrous Oxide las giscn for painless extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. 13. PENNY, DENTIST. Office South sidi Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. I, F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law, Stanford, --- --- Kentucky. adjoin-ng lOfficcovcr McRoterts Will practice in all the courts of this and counties and In lite courts of appeal. stantly bolnp; Invented, nnd If thltiKs tho snmo way for nnollier contury notliiugwillbc impos:ilbkiind It will not bo necessary for peoplo to worlc nl till simply sit by nnd sea somo mechanical contrivance perform every function In tho labor world. I inwoven,, for Inventions nnd discoveries, It Is snfo to say that a St l'nul man a off the palm. His name Is August itoorfrlod. and ho Is a Ilunjjurinn about forty-nln- o years of ajii. Ho has lived In comparative poverty on tho West Sido for several yonr.i, ournlnjr Por livlnp; by wniinsr at his trade of a but, if his new discovery proves a success of which thoro Is no doubt ho will count his wealth by tho millions. Tho discovery In this: By a combination of chemicals, tho nature of which ho refuses to he has discovered u liquid which will dissolve stone with Incredible rapidity. Tho dissolution is not tho crumbling kind or disintegration oeeisloned by treating o marble with sulphuric acid, but a transformation from solid to liquid. Marble and granite,' lime and sandstono tiro nllko dissolved by the mere submergence In a vat tilled with dissolving liquid. No matter what kind or how hard the stono Is, tho cf-- f ct Is tho same. What is tho strangest part of it nil is that the stone, nftci being dissolved, forms into a sort ol slrupy substanc, which om bo up. plied to any thing having a stone 01 glass surface with a brush, and immediately hardens so that to make an impression, on it oven with a chisel is almost an impossibility. By applying some other chemical Hoorfriod has dlsoovorod that tho liquid thickens Into a heavy muss, which can ho run into molds and baked llko bricks. After It has been subjected to tho boat for a certain length of time it becomes lutrdor than flint, and almost as transparent ns glass, and by polishing It assumes a brilliant luster. It varies in colors according to tho kind of stone used, and can bo had from a bright ril to a beautiful uztiro . huo. Now, Boorfrled's idea is that this liquid of his can be used in making a substance for tho construction of residences, iloors, and even windo.ws. By taking this liquid and sprinkling it on a street previously coated with asphalt a imvoaisut as glossy and smooth as n toboggan slide can bo produced. Ihls would hardly bo profitable, however, yet tho Idoa is a good me, and by further research somo process for roughening the surface will bo discovered. Just imnglno n residence built of transparent stono. so that when a lamp is lighted in tho interior Its rays, softened and changed Into roseate hues, can be scon shining through from tho streot Tho effect would bo marvelous and beautiful. Mr. Boorfrled claims thut car whcols can be made from tho stuff, also rails; and there Is no ronton why It should be doubted, If tho olhoi is trtio. He expects to go Knst and endeavor to interest wealthy capitalists to tako hold of tho matter with him. Ho refuses to liquid is t Into what tho composed of. as he says he does not intend thnt other peoplo shall tako away from him what has taken him nonrly his whole llfo to perfect. St. Paul contlntio car-rio.Uone-mnso- n; com-pletstono-moltin- g Nuth Clnrkson reports miothor boy at his house which makes tho 14th heir for him. IH. Democrats here are Jubilant over tho pcorod in tho Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of Ihe Democratic parly othor day, and to lato democratic victories Klcc.lon August, iSuq. different States. jus'io becuusj ho had Lilted 0110 of dipt. Sprodlin, with his eillcient hfs companion. "I had to do It," ho S. O. DAVIS, said; "It was my llfo or his. When ho corps of surveyors, have been stationed 1 several days. attacked mi! shot him bcauso ho here PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, camo riisMng upon mo with a kuifi. The Conuueieial Hotel has been MT. VKUNON, I V, 1 uas sorry 1 had lit kill him, and l" crowded with B. H. men and other paOffice neat door to Whitehead's Drug Store, and my companion gnvo him Christ inti trons for bcutiiI days. Special attention given to diseases ot children n burial." If Charles Hondo had mado The Swope (toodloe tragedy nt f. this thing, which actually happened is the absorbing topic now. Col. on that lone Island in tho tropic seas, Swopo lins many personal friends in this HARRY A. EVANs, oiio of tho central points in a grout vicinity, who sadly lament his untimely novel, thousand.! of readers would death." ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, How have Pit I J: how dramatic! J. P. Crow reports having bought STANKOKD, KY thrilling! and how lmprobablol" It would sc.ireely have occurred to tho largest assortment of holiday goods Enginecrincr and Surveying in them tint it ml,'ht really happen, just ever brought to McKinncy. Gooch all branches. as strange things . happen every day. Davidson havo opened up their stock of The nutiiils of .shipwreck are tilled with general merchandise. 1825. accounts of the iiuro itouing uti.l genOn account of tho much rain fannerally disinterested dislikes which ers are slow about gathering their corn. spring up between the unfortunate Givcns it Carter and A. B. McKinncy castaways. A man innocent of all delivered to Tanner Mills some old corn On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Merchandise, Ac , apply to the old gullo suddenly his life In linmo-dlat- o at S2.W. S. C. Powell is making his danger from the unrostrnined fall delivery for the Ogden Nun-cry-, Pennsylvania Fire Insuranco Co. passion of one of his fellows. Freed Somerset. Lightning clauses attached and damages paid from tho restraints of law, and fancyMrs.,M. V. 'fabler returns thanks whet ler tire ensues or not. ing that thoy may novor bo roturno 1 to (JKO, II 11KUCI-- , Agent. '7 gratitude to the good peor ;)laco whore laws will become tipor-ativ- o and heartfelt for their vicinity upon them again, men act out ple of McKinncy and nnd long llerco impulse.-- . Tho man who every kindness during the late tlulr of her daughter, Miss Pearl. H. hps been shipwrecked on nn Island or illness an inhospitable coast with five or six II. Crow has taken his stock and gone companions in misfortune appreciates to his farm in Barren county. W. S I fully, whon ho gets back to tho domain Gooch is in Cincinnati this week buying 51J Fourth Avenue, of law. that tho finest triumph of civil- goods for tlio firm. Mrs. J. T. McKinization is the "kooplu ; of the pea o In ncy is reported quite sick. Mrs. S. C. street and mart and till the busy Powell is visiting her mother, .Mrs. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Imunta of men." Mrs. Dr. Smith lias returned Tho Arenas JUoy homicide will al- from a visit to Nicholasville. Samuel Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, ways remain a mystery. Ho who Davidson, of Burgin, is visiting his pa- -, "TAN FORD, KY committed it does no; know why tho miitu nml brothers nt this place. John iiiaii wiuiin ne Kiuett p'r.tttreil tu asWells drilled paid the old folks factory prices. to order and Pumps furnished it jo saulting him, or why he had sworn Lasloy, of Perry ville, Hthat ho would never allow him to a visit from Friday until Monday. James leave tho Island alive. His comrade, iker Iindram, of Ijtncastcr, nnd M. HRUCE, were hero the first of vho saw tho shooting, confirms tho Fnrris, of SALE MD FED STABLE, slayer's story In every particular. the week. These three men were in no immediSTANKOKD, KY. Bucklen's Arnica Sa Ive ate danger of want on' tho island best sslve in the world for cuts, bruises, The Sl'KCIAL ATTKNTION to COMMKHCIAL where they had been left. Thoy h.ul fever sores, tetter, chapabundance of food nnd water, ond sores, ulcers, salt rheum,corns and all skin erup. travelers. Horses and mutts bought and s.ld. ped hands, chilblains, horses and vehicles used in livery. would have been happy had not the lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir Only Also agent for the passion of ono of them llamcd up at ed. It Is guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction, WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. another, mid refused to bo pacified or money retunded Price J$ cents pet boi. A llnuiliMln ThNt Will ITolmt.lf Alsrnja ,lli story. Itiiiu A stranso case Cut of tho soaman rescued from Arcn is Key. tho sandy Island olT tho coast of Yucatan, tho d Is a Candidate for Superintendent of l'ublic Schools of Lincoln county. Klectlnn August, iSoo. sssSaVJjsSjsJPLiTj,,! -- srt YiftT r - A $ CREAM 1 LEXINGTORTiKY. Lex-injto- 7'-l- if H 'J 9 Established FOR XITSTJRAITCE STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. s and interesting lainily W N I'O ITS, Superintendent 9 All persons wishing pleasant life and veil Pleased wife let them use 1'alcnt frliiiir mid. St atanfii rd Roller Mills Call for ii at vnur rro. eery, and if they have not got it ou band, urge Ihrm to keep It, or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant &lvery, ccd and Sale Stable WOOD WALLA6E, Kentucky. Men's Outfitter Louisville, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY, Rood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hits on reasonable terms London Ii the most convea lent point on th railroad to reach places in th in Ihe mountain s Hon of the State 10 THE MYERSHOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, I. Proprietor mi first-cla- ss No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, and Its proprietor Is determined that shall be maintained. He has recently aiJed to tts appointments Pool and Illlllnrd Parlors Also A First-Clas- s c with any thing sh rt oj murder. Tho Department of Justice has done all that it could; It has thoroughly sifted tho seaman's story, and, accepting It as the statement of a case of legitimato has allowed him to go free. Tho human mind Is a fathomless mystery; tho victim certainly did not oven dream when ho found himself upon tho island with two companions that ho was to be smitten with rago against ono of tluun. and was. In tho act of attacking him, to bo slain. Nor did tho slayer believe it pnsslblo that ho could tako a life. Perhaps he believed Hint his environment was entirely to blame, and that ho has incurred no responsibility in blotting out an existence to defend his own. If ho had done the d.'ed where tho law was operative ho would always havo fell a certain doubt us to whether ho had acted rightlv in slaying tho sol'-tlefoni- For sale by A. R. Pennv, Stanlord, h.y. Livory Stablo e, Worth Knowing. CT. Mr, W, II. Morgan, merctiaut, take City, Fla. CHAII ORCHARD. KY attended with a dis. was taken with a severe Cold, tressing Cough and running into Consumption in Dealer In its first stages. He tried many o called popular Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty In breathing and Hoots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, Queens-vtarrinware, furniture and a was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New immediate Discovery for Consumption and found relief, and after using about a hnlf doten bottles t ...... r.M.i... r.A.. t'i- -- . found himself well and has had no return of the , All kinds of Produce taken in eschangc for goods. other remedy can show so grand a disease. No recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for what Consumption. Guaranteed to do just 1'enny is s claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. K. Drug Store e, HI. HILTON To accommoda-- the demands of bis increased transient pairnnag. Ilest Turnouts furnuhtd Commercial Travelers and others. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KBNTUOKY. Conornl Lino of Crocorios, THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES lo.H.M'ROBERTS, M.D., STANFORD, KY. $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. Electric Bitters. This rcmetly is becoming so well known und so popular H9 U IIV." no special mention All who base us ed imiuiv Hitters sin( the same ,ug ol ,. . nraise. A purer medicine does not ensi ami u is Electric guaranteed to do all that is claimed ..i.'. of the l.veranu Kid- Hitters will -- ...- all ness, will rcmose I'lmples, lloils. Salt Hheum and III other .iffections caused by impure blood. drise Malaria from the ssstcin and present as j well as cure all Malarial Kevrrs For a cure of Iteauacnc, Constipation and T.ntirc satisfaction gauranteed trie llittcr bottle I u !" moncv relundeii rricc 50c A U. Penny' drug store. .tu... Office on Lancaster Street, nppo.ite Court-Hou- se Having removed to this nuce from I.lncriy, to nrartlrssi litsv- tifofe facinn rillss ths- ttlfnlinn of. lh v ... ...pub licto the fact that he ill be readyut all hours dar or nlghtto anser calls In town or country. Thirty Tears othls lite v. ere spent In Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOI EL "physician L e hm i and surgeon A sharcof the patron. people olstanford and vie nity Tsasked 6 m xwhm. . unBMmTnirCMiatoRtio-- " OUotatvair m. Aimt i Boston Journal. In ASSYRIAN CHRISTIANS. A f U r.U I11I-M.Irjrhl.e '.Dn wss liwsissswitl t THE SHORTEST AND U v s inn f si s. r A NEW FAST MAIL I sung & both I'Ihtch l'i i f t'litiitorxil IIh nml ( i ti.'ii- - iinii- - .t Stagg's drug stoe. Globe. ON A A WARNING. We will proc ute to the full extent of the law very person found on our lands with gun and G. LYNN iog or net. Mrs. ALICE TUCKER, t 03 1 A I SIAMiSE RIVER. Y lliird to foul. Haiti fell heavily dtii'Insf tlio night, waahin the faco of nature, bnrtilflh-in- g rniior.iui tosn tciaitl Would llo thus brightening ho whole landscape The cool freah morning air that bathed our hands and faces as wo started soon My Nov House on Main St., after daybreak was scented with tho Stanford, Ky. Tor terms apply to Mr W, II. ft'.igi'iinco of (lowering shrubs and Mlggins, Sl.nit jr.i.or to me at uanvtue, fy. trees, and tho panorama wo passed LOTTIE N HOLMES. 3 through was delightful. Temples decorated with.dar.c red and gold and p p. picturesque monasteries woro sot llko tt rt gems in tlio beautiful fringes of foliage Women nnd .at skirted tho banks. gayly itttirod in n striped pettiS rw! coat, or ono of a small tartan, and a silk scarf thrown over tho left shoulder, tripped along barefooted on 23 to 2. their way to tlio markot with iPgW lmkets of 'lowers nnd garden pro(9 O duce. Horo u group of men and wom-- i CO V i jut squatting on tho sands, having a chat before crossing tho ford, Three men, women and children, with CJ a Uu'ir garments tucked up above their ST o O P cuees. laughed nnd joked as thoy waded tho stream. Groups of children c V Sri playing in tho water dashed it about p n ri .Hid (plashod each other. Cattlo were p Jr a j wing on tho banks on thoir way to a pasture. Tho sun was lighting up tho Ct 3 S a rt) Ps ba'il pates and yellow gurmotits of tho monks and acolytes, who woro passing I"l'.jtfl f. j in procession' carrying their bogging 5 3.5 o Kiwis through tho streets, Women -t a. id children woro reverently awaiting ta t' e approach of tho monies, and honp-ina little cups of i'Ict and s;tucors of lh. and condlmonts Into thulr bowols. If ' while the muni's nt least tho voitnir oues, who havo tho roputatlon of be lli,' a jovial crow peeped ovor thoir B 0 o o f.,ns, which woro Intondul to vail fair, women from their sight. Hlack woods' rV p. iM.igazlue. g ' 2. PL Not A.togo hor Alono. FOPu SAIE. '- the tfeea, ch'arliiij tho air and I I - CO MsCllsssssssssssssssI sv'fjKtsssssssssV 9 f--r mgm O1 V -- S g ., (9 w Ul in CO (9 KKKm&. vs&mM&& ii. O m P P. Cf WM.A DAMS&S ON, i IIROADWAY, Th ro .ih a very small audlcnco fi ut and H was rapidly ilwindling :miij'. On tho slnifo tho liero and the ucroiiic mo holding a rondo.vous. i.i to llnroljio Arc wo alono? !ni fthijiklii'r of the uudlonco) i riat tile ill r nry w 1 1 The Ashirot Assyrians are wild and untutored In their habits and customs. Thoir Christianity consists in llttlo mora than a passionate clinging to n faith they do not comprehend, and which from this very fact is powerless to inlluonce their morals. Not only are there no schools among them, hut their clorgy nru incapable of Instructing thoir iloclis In tho nullinonti of religion; somo of thorn aro qiilto titiablo to conduct as.'rvlce. othor.4 can repeat the Import-nipurls by heart, while it few can road tlio ancient manuscripts which are still in daily usu throughout tho country because there ar no prlntul books. It Is comparatively rare to find a priest who can both rc:.d and write with facility; all othor learn ing Is absolutely wanting. Duly during tho winter months, when the snow blocks tho entrances to tho mountains, when all agriculture is at a standstill and Kurdish attacks Impossible, could those Ashirets givo their minds to education; in th past winter It v. W. II. Ilrovwio. of tho Archbishop of Canterbury's mission, has been able to make a verv small beginning In this direction. During tho rest of tho year tlio peoplo till their ground and pasture thoir Hocks armed to the teeth, ready to repel tho attack j af which they 11 vo In constant dread. Indeed, tho Ashirot Assyrians aro in tho position of a beleaguered garrison in a siogo which is novor raised; an unending succession of assaults and sorties leaves them neither time nor inclination to think of more peaceful mutters. Their whole conversation is limited to three Mibjecls guns, tlio Kurds, anil tin harvest. On ono occasion during my journey through tho Ashirct vnllcys in ISdC, after vainly trying to interest a chief in conversation, it oceunod to mo that u description' of the Mux. .11 .110 might ai'ou-.him. Tho until1 faco brightened at tho roliititm of tho mtiriulons powers of the weapn'i. and wlimi had tlnU'ieil ho said: "A.i, If wo Oi.! lin. ji gun llic; th.it wo kWii.uU! no; f. t.r No man utujisl iiit..o si.u!i a gun; it v mid lis' must liavu' huuii tho iiii:.ti!-i!l! ivIjw. t ho-co1 1 Corcoran's art gallery in Washington will be more popular than ever when Mis. Cleveland's life size portrait, now being painted, is placed thcie. si ss "JtlAJK GIUHtJ KOUTK. QUICKEST ROUTE LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI Dai'). Sri. ires to Travelers, CENTRAL KENTUCKY THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attcmt ted beirrn il.- - great enies on the Omo Riser and Chicsgo. commercial and hencs ... s iinr n roosi trains be. twrcn all iwlHls in the Smith,comiertalile West and or to the Northwest. Ihe counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated Ihe Limited Express The superb rolling stix. we empley gives patrons -- - - Isgising splendid sat.sfuctlon to the tiode and the sales are positively niarvelous, hiih can be accounted for in no other way except that It l without doubt the best on the market. Ask for and be sure yougettlie genuine. We keep it. A. U. Penny, Druggm Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware of the short time it takes f..r a disordered luer t cause u'litihis on the fac, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of HF.C.aS- III.OOD PUHItltKanu IILOOD MAKER will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood with wonderful of all impurities. It is meetm .., W ounrantee cverv bottl- - A. It. Pen ny, Druggist. ...-,.- Bojjg's Chorry CouBh Syrup FAST LINE & METWEEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. u. 188, I'.x What A Fortuno SCHEDULE IN Er'FKCT MAY No. 4 No i. South-Houn- Unlimited Lomlr.fi """A ", -Ticket Oltices in the South ynu will find mil time ui.les and tickets. Say Mo-noget Monon and sKL in Monon, il you 'ant to save money and have a pleasant journey. "up" Ei Sun. Lve Cincinnati ... Lve Covington... Arr Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Falmouth 8 S Dail) No 6 Situ. K A City ticket Agents aiiduaicr-s- i: o. Mccormick. t.eneral Pasiencer Agent, Chicago . Paris Leslngton. Paris.."... ...7 m I ml 3$ pin. 10 a m 30 a m 09 P m, s 4J P m 44 a m v 17 V "i 11 10 a m 10 p mi S 40 P rn 11 00 l m 0 jO p in t 1 t ' lOUKh.NCr.r, Vinq s- LlnciniMtl, 0 u oopm 11 ji IMpni jo is 111 Wasliingtoii, the last of the four Lve Richmond .., Arr Herea, new States, was formally admitted to tlio Arr l.caington,.., Tuesday afterunion by proclamation State. noon, making the North-Hound, '-M Winchester.. is 05 p m V " 3 Itichmond.... Lancaster.... 4 30 p m 4 50 V "i, Stanford 45 3 00 S . I o jo p m 7 30 p m M Ky. Route N N. A-- ! ' "', p m ao p m 3, M V Co. E. I). Only one Night out to Now York. No. 1. No. o.5. Solid Vestibuled Trains to i A i '. i'or, IK'S I 1,1.1 '; goltl bruk ' 1 3LEXINGTON, - - KY.J . . '. . - .1 " I'. bit leases Lexington lu 03 am; arrives Paris except Sunday No. 8 leaves Cincinnati j 13 pm; arrives I'.ilmoutn only shortens labor nnd lessens pain nttend-inNot except aunuay, 7opm: leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; No. 7 arrives Cincin. iOiut greatly diminishes the danger to tho livasof both the mother and the child if used a few nati7 , 55amj exceiit Minuay, 8 30 a m; arrives No-- 33 leaves Cincinnati , months before confinement. Write to the ltiad 10 jo a m; Sunday only. No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in; arrives CinHeld Regulator Co. Atlanta, G.t , for further par6 is p m J Sunday only. cinnati o ticular. I'or sale by A. U. Penny, Stanford. I rain Notes: no. 3 runs iiauy Deiween i.cxing. s j ton nod Cincinnati. to 4 runs daily between Pint imiati and Lcxltielnli LIQUOR HAB DIIUNKENNESS-TH- E Nos, a and 6 make connections at Winchester IT-- In I oil tho World thoro 1b but ono loriiointsontheN N. .b M. V. Uy Nn a mile, ibis cminectiniiat I.exincton. euro, Dr. Halnoa' Goldon Spoctuo I rains 01 this line now urrise It can bo g.sin in a cup of tea or coffee u.lihini' IMPORTANT. hom he CentraI Unnn ,,,enser th e knowledge of the person taking II, clTccilug a j Stnl)n Cincinnati, making connections for all speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient mini. N'nrth. East and West. i Through tickets nnd biggoge checked to any is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. destination rea.-heby a railroad. base been cured who Tnomands of drunkards For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. - - their coffee K. H. BACON, S. F. II. MORSE, have taken the Golden Specific in Travcl'uiL' Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'l Pass''rAct., without their knowledge, vvl'iilitr in Xmv quit drinking of their own und will. believe they No hurmfu-cll'eCovington, Ky, Lexington, Ky, f " a busl-- : result, from its administration. Cures guar. ILK HUNTINGTON, General Manager, anleed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. ."iui GENERAL OFFICES' Co., 185 dress in confidence Chamber of Commerce Building, Cincinnati, O us t.i.' uionoy.' Hacc Street, Cincinnati, O. ,nejUv,vie iranch, No 9. leaves Paris at 47 HOW OUt on 800, am and No. 11, at 545. P m, arriving at im11111.11 TllCSdny, IliakillV Maysvilleat toaj, am, and 8 io, p m. No. ic parole. Among the last lot is John lay iea es .laysvioe ai ),ij 4 in, mnvniK ui i an ui to and 740, am. No. 13 leaves Maysville at lor, sent up for life for murder in 1871), arrives at Paris it 4 05, p These trains are daily except Sunday, committed in lloyle county. ()n Joe Ililinan, wlio murdered a pctl- , , , ii.,,.,, v I uicr, was iiuiihiu svsjuisuisij. .. batcll of rJbVCIl COIlvictS Wns j Another ,, l.ve Lve There is nothing parents should be so careful Arr about as selecting u cough syrup. Ileggs' Cherry Lve Cough S)rup costs no more than tho cheap and in- Lve Arr ferior nostrums thrown on the market. Tho best s Lve get HEGOS'CHEKUV none too good, be nireatid Arr COUGH SYRUP. We keep Hon nana at all Arr Lve A R. Peuny, Druggist, inie. Lve . Lve A Good Couph Syrup. I Arr Cincinnati ,rr Covington Livingston.., 8 00 ' a in 10 35 a m Richmond. 11 45 a Stanford 7 00 a m Lancaster.... 7 40 a in Richmond.... 9 45 am Kiihmnnd.... 1 40 p Winchester. 3 30 p in 4 10 p m Pans Lexlugton ... 3 45 P I" 5 P m 4 Paris. ralmoiilh 5 30 p m llerea. 111 Washington, Philadelphia, uuiuiiiuru, now YorK, and Southeast Clo.c connctionsfor Boston and all points East EFFECTIVE EASTWARD. OCT. ' 1, 111 6 10 a in 7 7 4 7 188), Ves." Accom '5 a m a m 3 4 5 7 9 IJ 0 3J v m 10 35 6 43 p 111 10 45 00 5J 07 p m jo p m 3JP m 45 35 p m prn "'stMai .i, ..Daily Ex. Sun -- Express. Daily. Daily Sun l.ve Stanford ' Lexmsion. . " " " 11 "..ii I 1 111. Tho "Mother's Frtond." No. 43 10 45 am; Olive Hill.. " Ashland. " Catletisimig iiiiiiiington Arr White Sulphur...! " CharUtlsville ' Washington !.""?" Morehead K. U. Junctivn. Ml. Sterling Winchester .? V.. .. t 3 4 lm!., ,, '1 7 7 .11., u 10 pm " ...:.:..'..; J; , m oj pm pm 00 pm o 40 pm .to pm " J3' J "J pm 8 jj'pm oj pm 0 03 pm 10 37 pm 6 so pm o jo pin 6 jo pm 1 30 am ' i" pis 9 38 pm 10 40 pm 10 3 g .,' " Baltimore " Philadelphia " New York " KlcninonU, Va,... "a 35 pm 6 pm 9 30 pm a 50 am pm i ij OldPulntComlorl rtorlolk 40 pm '1'ril.t. R I........ t -- -I Ky. ani rl..SLa.,i.-Vin9i,e.- V ' "" " rv. U. K, Limited Vestibule from New mna, " iiiiiinsiunanil all points york, Phlladc!-Las- t, arrives ut Mv.inifiuii nt 4 47 ji ni diuli ant mall from Huntington. W. Va and all o. cal statlonsarrises Lexingtoi at 4'' P m, dal- ly except Sunday , Accommodatlon from Ol i. 11. ""u..n" 'onil oints. Richmond. Kv.. oil the K. C 111. I ..1... '.. rri...... ." ' a 111. dailv. ..v. il.T ..' ri.nl iin.l I terfor Kichinon.f, l.i'f ct reservations, etc., s. .,. rUt IILU rates and sleeping-ca- r a. t moS&SfWn""' 111011, Kv - xc , .,-- . $2&4t,l Usvfs'tsjaftflt'w,;, xasv.- 4.t,Z!&-b- ... !aealk ritMlr MgT'' ..J.t .. v Bin i.LjjMufti iliiiiMtiTiif ib V- - .?4y,.rMj". fu,to,jeiljiit&,:;'Jm, 'sWtlsigifi r . I