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tho candidates and tho result:
Judge Kinlcy ! an old war sheik, simlictivo M
Depending oh his to do the Moody
The bigness, Of Pulaski, boot. gWM Triton
Nell plume Vi.udf om iUSM trnmb ond
m mull r
k. on M"i.i...
mi the r "'
Jiitf Sil . Ad , n ,
A i d of t! ,,, ka thai o Met da
fighv I. on. j.ut u don't
re m er '" oa' :iw,t" " " J "11
y" get thoto'
and are some
of the pabtimon now roirnlin the
joyous country folks
-I have just returned fiom the city
With a full line of fall and winter mil
. .. i. .,i.. :....;.... I... 1n.ti.ia In 1111(1
ing counties, has returned' to his homo
in Montana. Mrs. George Debord, who
, V Tf t
Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL.XVIII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY'. SEPTEMBER 30. 1S90. NO. 61
Ail the contestant themselves is little comfort to fanners ut cattle and
cml.ttwti.il i mhiI Mr W.A.1 '..lluf ti tvir. t intra riml imtlmK In milv tlw lilmit nf ilu
-Altho wo would like to, we cannot s0 Wl.i .jv,,,! wn, li3 Mw. lamb and bray of the hybrid. J. W.
the republican convention at lJon Th( , t , v, , , t , Ie1 M)1,i to A Allen 10 slopning
wiuion uio .win. inn ":." -v otllwl mi on to furnWi morinnil at 2; the lutti nro, soM to Dnvo
.l ...I.I. lit.... t !... . MI.im n ..l.r l.ti.im.j.1. i..... i.in ,iafnr ...
to tlif impression on li.e audience
that tlitr fellow was a booby and an
hart. Ix)iid nnd itrolouv'Hl lauuhter
i i.. m ... . . .
-Mr. A. M. luisun iwh owKtii ui ..... KreteHi this lly nd everybody went
Porter Koblnson 111 cottfls nr tho nwy wonrinu a visible crin. Tho inter-depot
forSSOO. Hperfeion of inunie by the C. ). ftrintJ
-Mrs. W. T. Stephenson will rpr bHnd whb a dwidwlfimture of the
tho Cral) Orchard W. C. T. V. in tninnient. The match rellwts consider-the
Mate convention at Itirliinoiid. ble honor on i'rof. Smith, and another
-There will be Hit oyster supr &l- tllnat nttoxi of his skillful trainiut; will
urdav niiihtnt Holtnes' School-house for niorxw wjlt tn,. 'Juvouiler" have
the beneflt of the Sunday-school at that tu,r ,,erformance, which U niotnisori
some time next uionth.
It. 11. lironaut;h Irauuht this week of
tieorv" W. spaneler two '2 heifers
at .tr, and of others u bunch of btbot
calves at $1 per head. .Messrs. Joe and
ltoiwrt Mc A lister recei veil Thursday of
oods and will .....v.. .. .titi.l.tv nf various purne in iiim i-
( IV VW I
-I- ..I Mni..l.iviii. .1 ntiilli. ""- ",w' '"' """" ""V l""" iis
UlllHM. ...M ...v.-..".' .
,.,,..,......-...-.. Wwlnesilaj with line drove
Mrs. J. M.
examine my new -lock.
t ulo(Illlll nnmh9titlK M odd
' w,id' " "'" bUot
CT. i:. were out in
, ... . wi ,.B; the market. IhoHiuiie is not on Iv a
f.rce.Nitnrdav evening and parndwi thr" -
. Jdce of women and raie old
. ,... ' pr. Hy
Htrcet with cornet, wickbut, 9lter , i
. .. . .
. Honriion, but of the nhrewdest of
,, ... ... ,t is one
,i, ,ir '
all in their ,,- to'
an I lute, GiilhiiK iiHin way . .. , . , .
pledge. It w as niniitdm.' to see the ioriJs
of creiition dodcins: these feminine
wboae awd for tho pood came
was not to bo repulsed.
-The most einbarntMiiiK thine, in the
Wirid for a youn man when "i
... .-' ... ... 1....... !... tn.. k.llflfl.klllv in
out in darkni. just befoio he's ready u . '" -P '" ,'!u "
f ttot excellent ne.el.bo..
dail. H hh3 prl isn't a mighty swoet ppl.
one be'H ded sure to slink away,
omet iwently Cain. Charles M.
i i...... ., i.i..,u,.w '
i .i had tot liimseii, -
uik' that he never
. ,..., ui...j Warner, ox condnctoi of t 10 C. V. pas-
mi,, ..nr tiresence. e never usiie. .... .
that -but but the cause we ageivn above
was all that kept us from it.
-The Imiid Iwys are not often in "the
hwim,"but when they nro they are in
.. . r i,..,..i ,,...1 .uus Thursday nisht
regaled them with a feast of dainties
. ,,.1. ,.m r.ui boast of Mu-
hnnllinj; he's the ma 1 to Hud it. Michael
Howots. a sturdy (ioriuau cilueu of
Rockcastle, botiuhl tliis week of the
widow Alhiiyht her farm of 00 acres for
$.' IWaud of Reuben Reynolds his farm
oflOOacios for These lands lie
contiguous to lltto I.irk, and Mr. Ikwers
ated in tho days when a railroad was a
Hi inn of wonder to the natives nlon the
I'ppor Uumbetland. Tho captain no
louver wears the railroad brass-buttoned
M... Jennie and Hattio Collior hivit,l , "nifonii. Iiayuu: pve.t up his run to
them out to their country homo and
sender train, with whom we were associ
follow his old trade, detecting' for the
L A: N. Ho is as much in love witli the
mountains a the burly-framed,
..' ...-1 .i.,.,!,. mi the test of ! hearted mountaineers are witk liiui, and
''' chat was of the prosperous future
the tnno until 11 o'clock and the Iwys
1 1 i...i:.. ii...tr fair 1i.i.sIik4ini which awaits iiiiu sec
iieii.irie.it nn"s --
w ith thanks for the evenings delights.
Hen Mooio and Charley Collins, two
pupils of W.J. KdmistonV school, npfd
11. .....I 1.1 raii..rt.velv. fell OUl OVOr 11
...nn,. nf innrbles at tdavtiuie Thnrwlny vl,u'
tion. TheC. V. tr.tin will never be run
by a better piiot nor one more popular
with the traveling public. The captain
will make his headquarters at
and Collins plunged a knifo into Mooro, - "hUSTONVILLE.
somewhere about tho small of tho buck.'
inthctine. a dangerous if not a fatal -Horn, to tho wife of Mr. G. 0. Lyon,
wound. Collins was cut twice in the daughter.
hand. Mi. Ivtlmistou was at dinner and Hilly Weatheiford is bore on a fur-
knew nothing of tho tight until his 10. lough. I here is always a hearty
un to the hchooU.ouse. Collins has ig hero for Hilly,
n it been arrested. Miss Lulie, daughter of Geo. Kille,
W. A. Hrooks was in town Sunday sr., has had a long struggle with typhoid
Mr Charley Douglas, of Danville, was fever, but bids fair to recover,
up to see his sister, Mrs. II. H. Karris,! Mr. J. W. Alcorn, wife and mother
Tuesday. Mrs. U.G. rotter, of visited ilustonville last week. Jim is
ter.who'lms been tho guest of Mrs. C. tho West Kndor's refugo when there's
A. Redd. Jr., for the past two weeks, has i any uncertainty nhout ownership; legali
r 'turned' home. Mr. John Anderson, ty or oven justice,
darrard county's brainy young A partial solution of the stiike by
tendent of common schools, took in the stave-haulers is found in the liberal
4 reading match" at College Hall Friday I spread of fresh metal on tho steepest
night. Mr. A. It. Flora, of il'inovillo, ' turnpike grades, making a half load oven
Hlonned over hero Friday to see his nest use, ere mx on me ;.,ueu ie;nu
girl. Miss Mabel Graves, of Missouri, is
ut the Harris House. Dr. It. G. Kedd,
after a pleasant '.summer's sojourn with
friends and relatives in this ami ntijoin
The outlook for line fall sport has
not been better since the '00's. Hird-hunters
can rejoice in a general report of
the greatest plentifulness of partridges;
and rabbits are thicker hero than English
sparrows, which nuisances have be
has been lying dangerously ill, is come annoying.
lescing Miss Heauregard Stuart has -The veteran merchant, J. H. Green,
..one to Louisville to take a position in a ! t necessary to enlarge his
establishment. I modations for his increasing business
and delightfully entertain- Accommodation is tho most appropriate
inn indeed was the "reading match" at ' adjective to uso in any connection with
College Hall Friday night, ami tho pub-' Mr- Cireun, for one of his greatest pleas-He
.uresis to accommodate friend or at-
showo I Us appreciation by tilling the
is..a.. will, :i nded, intelligent an-1 'l-''"--. " "ei i me inuu,i)U
dionco. Tho contest opoueti wuu n
entries on tho boards, eight young ladies
nnd four young gentlemen, who
in thoir selected pieces every
litorature, from the grave and
nience to him.
Sat u 1 dny morning's breeze from the
north stilTcned up till at 1 o'clock in tho
afternoon it felt like an embryonic
sard, but Sunday morning ntrived with
i rui. iiuiui in..v.vM, w. .... . -
tite and di;;e.stiou oil and a cheerful
teinpirmneiit promise a rapid recovery.
The Little Hod H(v, which has been
of lute yenro a pet diversion with the I.
J is, it seems, in a fuii way to bo relegated
to the column of minor pmarnphs
bv the Hit: I Jed llov, in controversy between
a prominent frequenter of How-land
ami a citizen of Stanford. It in n
uotewotthy coincidence that immediate-Iv
after the nottltuiieiit of a law suit whicli
originated in the .Middle A;'cs about n
cttlf, that tiie disputed owuer.shii of n
lio promise ttHrpctimtion of the
on thirt hide the oceni.. Tho probability
of another Jarndyco vs. Jarndyco
is not h bleak prospect to attorneys who
suspect that the revision will curtail litigation.
'l'he Joe I'.c'e faun of 00 acres was
..-.'. .' . . - .v 1 I thrill I ii t if pltl it at Vuit4it"c3 L!nlii C'!ii .
W.th thiinka for mM liberal imtmim , ' a. . A M p ,3 lhe u
' " w... , -...'.
er. I Ins addition to .Mr. r rye s farm extends
his laud from the Liberty to tho
Middlcbtirg pike, shades of
Land within n niilo and less of
Ilustonville selling for ?W an acre, and
tho belief general that half the farms in
Lincoln are privately on the market.
.strange mat tno iitrmeis will not see
thoii benetl's i!) inn high tarilland
liettei ou-a wind diet. We may not
live to Me the day of tho "good time
coining," but the Millennium is ap
proaching and as old Johnny Caldwell
was wont to cheer his slaves, "Hurrah!
Ikjvs, you'll be free when you die."
That the family rockaway hoise,
which it is thought superfluous to hitch,
or oven rig out with the best harness,
only a waits t lie cpKrtunity to play smash
generally, is as nearly axiomatic as that
the sleepy but trusty f.'l mule courts
reckless I'amiliniity for '20 years that he
may catch you in a position that his kick
assures a through ticket to kingdom
come. Ctipt. Joe Hullinau is the
now, in the demoralization of his old
romi buggy hoi so, through the carelessness
of his otherwise i rusty friend, Win.
Reid, r. Mr. Reid, as chaperon to n
couple of young tlohcrmen, had the loan
of old ltoanand a spring wagon for a trip
to Gteen river and when elated by their
plienoiuiual catch they embarked for
homo in unusual glee, old Roan had
found his chance. Mr. K. as champion
of the (Mitch, had patronizingly entrusted
the lilies to Henry Cunnitz whilst he occupied
tho rear seat with Will Mocker.
Roan's llrst lunge spilt the rear passengers
promiscuously over the tail-gate,
and the seat crashed upon tho eprawlers,
addling Will momentarily and wounding
Mr. Reid's reel hand so severely that he
will need a friend to do his jerking for
him next time he goes fishing. .Mr. C.
heroically hung onto the steering apparatus
and .succeeded in piloting tho old
reprobate into a fence comer without
ftti ther damage. It is unimpeachably
established that the inevitable jug was
not loaded with bait aud Itoan's
was not a result of his having
moulded with the traps in the wagon;
only nu outburst of that pure cussedness
which was of 'JOycais' latency.
COOPER'S JUBILEE YEAR.
Twenty-Seventh Annual Tour of the Famous
Judging from tho newspaper reports
that precede its coming, the Forepaugh
Show under the proprietorship of Mr.
James K. Cooper will have many sensational
and uuiiiue attractions to unfold
for the edification aud delight of people
hereabouts, at Lexington, Friday, Oct. o,
Danville, Saturday, Oct. -1. Adam Forepaugh,
Jr.'s, 40-horse bareback act, the
feats of his lighting, dancing aud clown
elephants aud tho amusing performances
of his enuino prodigies "Hloudin," the
walker, and "Eclipse," tho
trapezist are among the pronounced
hits of tho archie portion of the
Tho hippodrome races are
I said to possess all tho stirring realism of
oui uko uid uie i.,i ..,., oc ut ca...is,i
ooriniw uuwii to tho most comical and irost, tnougu wontirousiy
BCriOllS !..... t i ...i.r..i. i.l I I I'......,.!. Tl,., ulm. .w..o ...;il.
Ti t Tl... .Ininrunn nf t '., I. Mlllll I V Ol it VCHT lltO. W HCll irUCC ll'l I 1.UUL HUUICII, suu ohuh iccuia Mini
trl ill the absence of Squire Chappell, ' tho freeze of such seventy as to ruin tho I novelties throughout, but probably tho
i,nlitl been chosen, Dr. J. I). Pettus sorghum crop early in October. j most striking innovation is tho
IM It leu Davis acted as judges; Mr. James H.Taylor has taken the tiou of tho original" Wild West" show,
U" i h'r bal-iuciui: ruefully tho excel- road in the interest of tho Hustonvillo! supplemented with the equestrian
of each reader, awarded tho pal... Roller Mill. Grigg's acknowledged as of "Custer's R Battle" and tho
nf victory to Carpenter Stuart, whose pcriority as a high-roller Hour-maker, "Mountain Meadow Massacre," in which
ol 3 .... . i ,... ! ui, .,.,1,1,11,. ntiwl l.i .liiii'a irr,.aiiilili in,.!.. '"f)fl inniintcil lire intiodnced.
n,.....fs. ...... .. ... -.. ,...v...w .-,,.. - ...- -..
i ini i ...-s-i t miesM. uv
SUH.CllUll, " I ...... if ........ .:i -.!. i'l.0,..,l nnrn.lu fiftltn enml.lnuil I'rtro
itqbnnnvrtuditioii, was matlo as ninny BO"aii ........, - ...
could bo. Andrew Buchanan, with title an early enlargement of tho just-1 paugh and "Wild est" shows is pro
a Boy in tho Morning," ca.no compietcti o.ovator, ami me putting on
with "Tho of an ellicieut night-shift.
second best; Miss Eva Stcger, j
Circumambient is resonant with
TTnbeliever " third, and Miss Alice -Tho
Mooio with "Home to Mother," fourth, tho wail of tho orphan mule colt. There
nouueed tho grandest processional dis
play overseen in any American city.
Itailroad company will sell tickets at reduced
rates to aud fromjall stations.
CAN'T PLAY BALL.
The Interior Journals Beat the Lancasters
Clean Out of Sight.
Thkiii Fi:.thi:hs Cl.iri'KU. When tlit'
I.NTKIUOK.IontXAI.9 Uellt tO LuilUISttT
m u wcwrge i.mio ....v ",,w """ "'
vmsiiiiigious Wednesday and were defeated bv
II.. ...I.... I ...1 I I. 1 . . t 1.1 ..'U H 1 .!. I l.r.. ..,. ...w... n, . .... ...111.. ll
iuu'iiui, union completely capsi.eu tne .wuiiwuniiiuiiwi " iw
house. Hut the witty reply which he Mr. Allen for. "r.
got oll'on home follow in the audience! Young (iooch, who wag shot a week
ww.tjie crowning glory of th. evening. ! a by an oll.cer, survives, with excel-As
lit atwo to render "George's Little ! lent prosrwetsof reco very. It h. certain
ll,,.l...t" ...... ..I... I.. :.. i... u ..f .1... tliii! ii 1 vll nr tun iiniiitt'iit1 tin. Miilutl
toooo: ...... ...c n.nun,.,,) , i, iV ui .-.....,.. .... ......
,n. i..rji...v.tiihtaiui fcdMdcMli audience yelled out in slurry. detWvo , column and others have been located tit
us mod,, tenur, "Tweonkle. twwnkle little sUr!" the t5;.ueri of tne abdomen, opposite
li.uk. -!- wyn ww ..... it . , .......: .., nainta of entrv. A nassace with-
with a prrflou. in ii which would hive male n Dun Rico 0llt lacerating intestines would seem an
proud, he numbed the staiisa for the I impowiroiity. "i ue it a pinwieiotne
f,.Uw "How I wonder what you are." surgeons. Still alie, his mind clenr
oinplMoiiiut; the "you" so pointedly us . '"" the n o nent of bin wound?,
tho game standing -S to I.
club, not only the base ball playera of
that nine, but nio&t of the town people
wont wild over their surce.i and a
of couceit evidently penetrnteit their
very souls. In fact thev foiirot that thoy
filthy iucre was shoved at him and ho
was forced to either put up or shut up.
Arrnnyeinentfi wero made then and there
for another pime, whicli was to bo for
slOO a bide, and Friday afternoon was
set foi the date. Tite was
that each club should play the. Mime nine
that thev played in the paints previous,
but on account of the sickness of Critch-low
and tho inability of Iiurton to leave
his business, a couple of our substitutes
were put in. This Manager 1'enny told
tho Keiitluuieti w'ho were seemingly anx
dared the bets were oil'. Manager Penny
also explained to them that the substitutes
were no better than Critchlow
FARM FOR SALE, First-Class Farm For Sale.
We offer for al i rn Mr! v o i frm known a W'" ,mPrJ'elJ. contaimiit; 140 acre, on
the tJe.rtie , 1., ,, '. n.le from Huston- '"? an.d J'cK'"MV I'"e- '" Plfdid
Mlle.on th- I.ilien fike, .0 ,t.imu,K 4 1 aros JO'hoo tr further rartuular. callcn tho Hn-
...j.ii.u.iirA ..... 1 -..n ... ...,..! dcriicned oraddreat Hutornille
J, -.. ....., w. . ... .. ....... .......1... ... l-VV...
01, or addresf ui at riiHt.nville, Ky
SALE 13V AUCTION.
Tuesday, Sept. 30th, 1890,
At to a. m on thp fill more farm, mid on the
were in, . i- amateur an.l ir.t .y.
inereij Stanford and Oanniie rik. I will ,cii all my
Very t'OOH Ollrt at that, llll.l When tile Momehold and Kitchen r'urnlturp. including
uiimii"r nf tin. i.js i.i.iimllv icinurketi , Htovei, irl emy Chir, llodattnilv Htatty
Jk,,hoven organ, Su;r Sewia? Machine. I
that they could not bent his team a;,'ain, Baby jBuwy, lek, lioov Cat, Extemion
.'.1-5, anu ni.iny oiner ill lieu-'.
Code- of PractUo (latest
AIo a largp quantity of Farm Implement,
cllng Ll-Jer rreav, .- none vt asonk, one
hrt Wujfl, Kockaway. a Huckiii
Carta. Spring Wagon, large let if ttai
Mo. i Saddle, c
I WILL OFFER FOR
OHLE mi r.Afilil, i Lmh Ky., or me at 1'inewlle, Ky
I 3 -l .Irt.llLLL I)L.S1K, ..I U
Knon a tlit Gcorje Rn.-1 place, near Mil- i .
adioimiiK' C I San,hdi tonuininx
ami iSUrlOIl atKl OIlellMl to let them DO .j Acres. Land
their own judges as to their playing, but mo;1 '" s"" chas u HELL.
tho heretofore sportive men had so wilt-o
1 that they could hardly be induced to
bet on their own oxUteiue. It was finally
agreed that the winning club should be
entitled to the gate receipts and the game
was then called and the Lancasters suffered
the severest defeat that any poor
bise ball club over heard of in these
parts. Tho homo team went to bat and
made U runs; tho I. J's then scored U;
tho uitido nothing in the 2d,
fine a few uood Shouts. Arc . Ac
At the same time and place.
Wimiiiij; to iut f.r'in, I w.ll off 1
A Blue-Grass Farm
sale c ii
Wednesday, Oct. i, 1890,
In ore or my farm in I.imoln Co , '
situated near me Danull' .V Hustomille turn- I
pike 3 , mi es from ShtWy Lit), and containing!
About 300 Acres.
f Av . -.. V -. ..I -a. .ikAk .1.. m n..aAl
. 1 ? .i 1 1 1 i I can say iv 11 mm 1 tC9.itii 11 mm nia i imiuiai'
but scored 1 in the ,.d tuning, anil right ,, onrol te wt scdie. of land in the county,
horo thoy died, for with all their hard & '.".e.sl.Veir"
plavillg thev could not make another while it capacity is unsurpassed
,. . ... i( n 1 ' and neutrally knivn a such 111 the
run. Our namesakes eot three in tho 2d. . t ,,... .r. k... , ,.-,,.. ,,,i.r ,.i,,-
ing what 1 10 score wou l have been nati orthaids and every " arit'ot J eat ma' noue, fruit,' two ,
llOt they given lip the gllllie, a9 OUT OOyS tenant house or $ or 6 rooms Public school close
... . and churches and railib conen'ent of access,
,. ., ... by
U,, pounding the life out of 7AttheMin ,me i will aisii an of my stock,
their "crack" pitcher, Ivl Coleman; the conmiineofi and cattle, mil- cow,
I a "... . I ........... . , ....:...
8ILS received, as well US to Several Other 0f Chapter 56 of the General of Ken.
Lancaster gentlemen. We never ciow ft
overa fallen foe, but to the Lancaster, .. The bunncs, to be ithe buildmc,
Club .., WOlllil SUeSt that hereafter i UiliVU turnpike road in hmcoln county, beginning
Joe Hopper are conducting a meeting in stockholders, one
... .... , . . elected as
Mercer, with 'J.s additions to last report, rector shall 1 el
,. st r. 1 11 .1 . r.i..:ni:n.. luneol eacn ycarunu sua.i srr.e 101 one scar
Rev. Mr. Campbell, of the Christian Jum; ceJ,ng iheir election and until their
churcll, had had -10 ill his meeting at cessors are elected and qualified Saul hoard shall
aisoelect a clerk and treasurer but no member of
CorilisllVlllc. ii,l Hoard shall he elected treasurer. No person
nl. ' shall be eligible to any ollice in this c rporation
TI,.. nlortsviimn who leave hU
1110 Ciergjmail WllOIOaUS HIS tai.- , xno,hallnotbea stiK:kholder therein.
:.... i.i ....for ll. nnlit!r"il tt.il.l nr ! -. .The amount ot iiidcbtislness to which
". ss s.s , 1
....nnriiun m.iv at inv ti.tie sti'.iect Iti.'lf
tempts to Ferve ins .Master while
with the political Devil is
thy of his pulpit and unlit to be a
lawmaker. Covington Commonwealth.
Eld Zack Sweeney and wife are here
from Columbus, ItnL, on a visit to Eld.
John S. Sweeney. Eld. Zach is minister
to Turkey, and is one of tho most popular
ministers of tho Christian church.
Paris News. He says ho did not come
home to run for Congress.
Miss Bettie, daughter of Hon. S. Fry
Bowling Gteen is to have free delivery
of its mails.
shall not exceed seven hundred d'dlars.
g. The private property ot the members of this
corporation shall be exempt from the debts of the
0. Persons, besides the corporatots herein mentioned,
may become members of this corporation
bv subscribing and paving for shares of stock, or
by purchasing and ha. iug shares of sleek trans
r..Ju.i ... r,n the hooks of the Comnanv. after
being subscribed and paid for by others. I
to. No member of the Hoard nf Directors of this
curp'oratiuu, except the President, shall receive
any compensation, directly or nidire. tly, for
lui, services as Dire. tor. The President an,'
ether officers (except Dim tors) and a id
employees of this corporation shall recuse mi h
compensation as shall ! lived by the rcsolul.o, s
of the Hoard of Directors nnd
,. This cornorati.Hi shall have all the i"Ters
and privileges allowed to corporation) cf its nat re
and lor its purpose under Chapter j, 1'iih. I ,
corpnrated Companies and No. 1 10 Title Turni 1 e
Gravel and Plank Roads of the General Sut, , Us
Uwrence, and Mr. Lucien M. Adkins, :aX
1)01 It 01 i.oiiisvuie, win marry on me
Mrs. Annie Hall has brought suit
for divoice from her husband at Brooklyn
on the ground that ho grits his
teeth while sleeping so that her nerves
have been ruined.
. .(. , ..u... t... ...Ut... ... .u. .. .
Vlementai ineren. auu p..,su us; ,.ujc. .-. n,.- ,,..
miities und discharge all the duties presc ribed i,
said Statutes of Corporaiion ol its nature and its
In witness whereof we have hereunto subscrib
ed 0111 mpcctive names, this 10th day , of ; July,
a.vs, J ), W , iiiiSDhi hhK,
' I. V. PEYTON,
E. T. PENCE,
S. II. UAUGHMAN,
JOHN M HI
W II. MILLER
Lot on Main Street in
Cortaimnk' i ii i.x:
rer,ne. T R WALTON, Stanford.
For Sals I
Twcnly Buildinj; Lots
In the corporate limits ct Rowland
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arncu. two .
The Krandlybred blojded ":,m",,,cu T r , . " iT',,i
LOADER, on. of ti.t ,ure.t a..d f.ne.t f breed- "wx$ e "", h""l i" Acre.. tml
era. III. colt. ..re very fine and r.mble th.ir ,l,llll,i" "' p" 'rV" h!,Ve ,he
aire. He i. hy Imp. Ilnlei i.t dam "i- I PU" "f ceding tin I-al. ApplT to
ley (grandam ot l.y Bob Johr.ton; 2nd I "" AXl' I,?
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3id dam hy Imp Margrave igrandam of King
Alfonto); th dam .Ali4tluto, by (.herokce, ki '
Several l!rol Mare and Horo, If 11 f 1 fl.l.! P. ..
ly tomb,n.d .addle and harne !.. I jjjg 1111 tfaOw &l 10 WMl f W Dil5l
I'lre or ix topuy Milk Gown three to ctlie thu i
Fall a ill.lirci;en t Ntri. .cernl verv
ious to nut tin their tin. but who at tho Ternnch. charlks
T D Enxliih.Auctioiiter.
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A Houe and Lot. CTnsisttnz nf $ Acre,
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ins property, one lilock from Depot The
contains six spacious rooms, onelattice porch, one
open porch and portico, will, all iiecenry out.
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1 Farm For Sale.
I t tie sire to sell my farm of'ahout 130 acres situ-1
ated about if4 miles north of Stanford oil the
1 Hush Urancl. piVe, opposite the old church There
are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance
I of the farm well set in timothy Gcod dwelling
of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new-barn;
is well watered and fenced. Possession can
I be ;iven immediately. For particulars, se J. P.
nauey, aianiora, or write i.ie nnaersigned at
FOR SiSLI.3S t
I to sell pmately my residence and
ert). I he house has tne rooms, store r,iom, pan-
try, trcnt erandah, porch latticed, L-o&d
celur witji wimlowsoi) .ouih side: outbuildings
all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal
house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two
;ood cisterns, one at liousc, the other at the stable
There n an abundance of fruit, including:
raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants,
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tin III.. '!,1 I in the 1th fi in tbo ,'itli nitd vation, tne oaiance an et in tituotny , k'-i--'. "". i- ., u...... .-. u..u amc
.Mil I lit .HI, I 111 tilt Ith, O in lilt otliana Also
anJ clof(,r r, we watvred b). creek and " some nice Jersey Cows ami heifers
ill the (itll. At this juncture of the failing spring. The fencing has all been reset hre.1 Uo reputered lull. One harness horse, one
. . , . , 11 I svitUm the lust 18 month, and ceryrield and pas- combined horse, both ei tie am lean be dnxenhy
game the bOVS WllO had CrOWod SO lOlldly ture has water in it. Theduvlluu I' a One hiitfcy and phaeton.
frame of 8 with hall. Also 8S, acros of pasture land, which will be
Rinee Wntorloo of Wednemlav two story roomj, pai.tr.
SllltO OUl Waterloo Ol W
eillieStUU, J.ltW ! ''U '" d.sided lots
, wth.roc,'m tani and 'otchtt anu two nice, one piece or into to suit
nt heart liud threw Ut the SDOIlge. ' dry cellar roouis. There are two larse cisterns, chasers Ihose wishing to buy a lot cheap Hill
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It IS 110 toll- ,,als. wheat bin. tool shon. ooultrv house, tiower I J G. CARPENTER. Stanford.
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23COTJSE FOR RE2iTT
And STUCK OF UKl'US FOR SALE.
catcher was broken down and two of the P1'!'";? ,0!"u ',he Jn'r ,,u."ne' ' ""''
ok poi led avous cattle
. J hero ur i ui.L,r.u A.Miua ivrt i i l,c, Killc I my of ftesh Drugs and
basemen were worn OUt. KaUHey ailtl Thirty head, from ajed animal, down to suck- I Chemicals for sale M stock is complete in every
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were our buttery good M0(1f, I hSuse
wor. mulcs , CeldinS; i ear-old W .llalso rent the entire my store
work the former llllowih" OIllv four base ' mare by Second Jewel J 3 yearling stud ; u located in The house contain 4 sooA upstairs
. , , . " - 1 1 cr, bV Hamlet: 4 choice brood mares with colts ,00ms G A. WASH, lltistonwlle.
lilts ailtl tile latter supporting mm 1111 by ltasli'uru ana imp. 1 nniion; 1 sohi mine cons;
inirably. Will Wearen umpired an ex
ceedingly satisfactory game and tho
so'iuence was there was no grumbling
One of the features of the game was Davison's
putting :5 men out on 1st without
an assist, and another was the good
throwing of our boys, not to speak of S
'' baggers ami several that were
made oil' of Pitcher Colemati. Our club
is under obligations to that clever
tleman, Woodford G. Dunlap, for
1 j hdof stock hos. all the crops farming men-
1 su mil a lot 01 pnuncr
Terms liberal and made known on day of sale
Cpt T I) English, Auctioneer
46-td J.W SHELIiV.
Articles of lacorporation.
The Stanford & Logan's Creek
We, the undersigned, E. T IVnce. D W.
S H Uaughman, J F Peyton, J S
Hughes, W H Miller, J. b. Ow.ley and John M
Hail, Hereby associate oursei.es toemer anu
fai ;;:, m is . mm,
On account of continued bad health, I desire to
sell privately my farm of 320 Acres of
Ian J at a bargain, in a tine state ol fertility ould
sell joo ncres with inmrovements. Location one
I mile south of Stanlord, and the laying of the farm
1 is sunerb. There are all of the necess.trv im
provements, including a frame dwelling ot rive
rooms and hall, a targe b.i.emcnt barn, and all
buildings new For further iDfoimation, apply to
4-im UOUT. McALISTEK, Stanford
Farm For Sale.
I will sell to th: hi;hest bidder, on the premises,
On Saturday, Oct. !l, 1890,
Mv Ksirm cf hj Acrts. situ.ite.l m thp I. an.
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tliisv ri'iiioinbor tlftr.be who llll"hs lnsr ' at a poniton Main street in bianford, S.y., at nu aim atanioru pike, r miles eist ol btarford It
tllOJ rememoer tn.ll lit WHO lailpUS ,nal , a.,e.riMjinlj therelnmi southward bitween the has on it a jjood house of i rooms,
The county cooperation of the
Christian churches will meet at Rush
Branch church next Sat inlay morning at
Mrs. Pokie T. Courts united with
the Presbyterian church Sunday by letter
and her daughter, Miss Edna, by
The A. M. E. Conference is in session
at Lexington. Rev. D. W. Ellison,
pastot here, is a member of the committee
premtses 01 .ir. neirs ami jonn .w.
Hail and tunning thence southward oer said
alle) to tho St Asaph llranch, thence eastwardly
by the premises of l W Windrveur, Hughes
A. L. ilale's. heir.-, S II Ilaujihinan, J.
H 'Shanks' heirs and E T Pence to a point near
Logati s Creek and a small cieek emptying in
new and built on modern st) le, and all necessary
outbuildings nrecompataticly new Has a good
crdhard and is supplied with stock
water and a cistern at the door Persons desirous
of buying u desirable and well located place wi'l
oy ueing present, as tne lana will pontiveiy
Croiit Will sell at the same time some personal-
thereto in front of E. T Pence's house, thence up ty, such as cattle, horses h"gs, farming Imple
I.osaii's Cieek bv the piemisesof S. H Shanks
and base Collier to an intersection with the Stanford
and Crab Orchard turpike near the s'one
house of Mrs Chinpell The length ot said road
to be about two miles.
3. The principal place of business shall be Stan,
ford, Lincoln county, Ky
4 The corporation shall commence on the 19th
day of July, iSJo, and and terminate 011 the ivth
day of Julv, 100, unless sooner terminated by a
vote of two-thirds of the stock outstanding.
j. The authorued capital stock i- six. thousand
collars, which shall be paid at sucn time ana in
such amaunts and unon such terms as the Hoard
Ot Directors shall prescribe 11 (it lhe corporation
andbecin business whenever three
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The meeting at KillgSville conduct-1 by these articles shall have been sub-
,. .... ... , t . scribed. The capital stock shall he divided into
T r r.
Oil lV LldS. J. L. Allen and .1. G. Ll- j ,harcsf filty dollarseach and ncli share shall
ingston had resulted in Hi additions to !;!r,rXxJ.0..u eV.cl'ion'.'aiut LI ,C?.
yesterday and in an increased interest. ing held by the stockholders
,. .. . . 1 j. 6 I lie affairs of th.s corporaiion shall be man-
Drs. Hunter and Evans and Brr,' Vh"c. nMrJorfitli irectors. elected from the
ot which Uirectors shall
menu, corn and hav
57-U J W. A P VMS, Stanford. Ky
THE MYERS HOUSE
E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor
No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation,
and its proprietor is determined that
shall be maintained .
He has recently ac'ded to its appointments
Pool aud BilHardjParlors
A First-Class Livery Stable
To accommodate the demands of his increased
transient patronage. Hest Turnouts furnished
Commercial Travelers and others.
This notice forewarns hunters, fishermeu aud
others not to trespass on our lands without per
mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullest
extent of tho law. Signed
II. W. UAINF.S. J It. McKINNHV,
Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. JOHN G. LYNN,
Mrs ALICE TUCKER JOS. I1ALLOU.
TWOS C HAI.L. W A. HAMILTON.
M C RKYNOlD.s
J L HECK
1 S PHILLIP"
J. T. STTTTON dfc CO
Are still in the business and ready to do anything
in the Undertaking line. We have a full
stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kobe
of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly
new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. B.
Green has charge nfrur business and will shew
our goods to any one needing anything i- onr