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I br Semi-Weekly InteriokJournal Stanfohd. Ky.. Auouht 23, 1889 E.C.WAWON.Bua.ManQRer MEANS BUSINESS. Com and nettle A. It. i: nun nviwr your nrcouutj t i. I'wuny. PERSONAL fOINTS. , ' Mn. IMS. Cimki is at Ciab Orchard j Springs. ' Misn Maoii Itrn.KV is vlclting relatives' in llvyle. , Mtm M in nik Itui'i.EV is visiting relatives at HarrodsWrg. Da. W. II. Penny is in Casey county practicing his profession, Mn. J. M. Sm.i.ki:, of Wayne, was with old friends here yesterday. Mn. W. M. llamiiT U recovering from the fever surely but slowly. Mifs In Piiewitt, of JeiJVrsonville, is the guest of Miss'I.ucy Tate. Mis Mattie Hhown, of Ijincaster, is with Mrs. George H, Hruce. Mhh. J. T. Haiuus has returned from a visit to relatives at Somerset. Dii.mo.v, of IjuicaMcr, is theguestuf Miss Julia Douglas, relatives In LouiRVillunnd JoHerBOiivillc. Mn. . S. Mykim Is attending the State Sunday-School Convention nt Padurah. Mn. II. It. S.UTLKY has to see bin daughter mid attend the fair. Mux. I)n. It. F. Wai.tbii, of LnucaHter, is visiting her brother, Mr. Richard Walter. KiMVUi Jones left Wednesday for He-i lena, Montana, to make it bis future j home. I Mu. Wux IIaiiiun, of Chattanooga, I hasdn'on visiting his brtMher, Mr. Mark Hardin. Mu. ani Mm. Wm. Matiiuny, of are visiting the family of Mr. T. S. Parsons. Mn. K. P. Hiooins, of Kirksville, a gool friend of this paper, was in thi city yesterday. Misn Louisk Baii.ey has returned from a month's visit to Miss Kmma Garrard, at Manchester. Mas. Tom Wood and daughter, Miss Ora, have been visiting the family of Mr. C. M. Jones. A. J. Rkei, of Richmond, State agent for he I. O. O. F. Insurance feature, was here this week in Its Interest. Mu. and Mitt. II. J. McItoiiEKTs have rented the cottage of Mrs. Lottie Holmes on Upper Main street, nml moved thither. Mn. anii Mns. A. C. Sine returned yesterday from New Albany, Intl., where they went to ntteiid the burial of Mr. Sine's sister. Mrs. G. C. G i vens returned to Bourbon with her pretty relatives, Misses Sallie Moore and Rose Jameson, who had sjH.'nt several weeks with her. Miss Ida Montmomkiiy, n handsome young lady from St. Im!s, was the guest of Mrs. J. IS. Portmait this week, having coino to Kentucky to (ook up her Carson kinsfolk. Messiw. G. L. Penny and C. F. Kent went to Imdon Tuesdny to dispone of a largo amount of watchcx, jewelry and silverware for the well-known house of A. R. Penny, of this place. Cait. J. W. Rosk, conductor on the Knoxville brjmch of the L. A X. road, CITY AND VICINITY. Wanted. A good blacksmith. Wallace. Wanted. A Kood blncksinitli. intthlsofllce. J. W. tion of by a large attendance. Apply Uok our patent wire mid slat fence for , fencing Macks. Si.ie ivMencfce. Ml.VKi) spices nml ingredients of nil kinds for pickles nt A. A. Worrell's '.Model . .Iok S. .Ioseh Ih down itli the llux. Lemonade, Kinder ale, champagne i dor, nil ice cold, at Zimmer'n. . . Tin: colored fair begun at Danvillo Wattiien and jewelry repaired and Wednesday and U dm wine tlio darkies warranted. A. It. IVnny. I bv the hundreds from this place. iiiK ih'hi pinru 10 nuy iru(, patent, medicines and toilet articles Is at A. It. I'ennv'p. Huv your school books, ink, tablet, paper, pencils and school supplies of itli kinds from A. It. IVnnv. Oi'K colored' barber, .Iurso Thomjisou, returned from the annual conclave of the Knights Templar, at Cleveland, 0., Wednesday. 9 m .MimSi'k Itot'T entertained n number of friends Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served and thu merry dance was participated in. Mit. Wm. Ik'iiTo.v has contracted with ltaney A Allen for a two-story frame dwelling on the site of the one recently burned, to cost about $-',000. m It is Hail that the lirst train will pass through the Cumberland Gap tunnel next Tuesday. This will give the L. A N an entrance into Knoxville independent of the K. T., Vn. Jc Gii. road. To Mv Patrons 1 need money to purchase my fall stock and ask as an especial favor that Mium; owing me will please come forward and settle at once. I'leusu attend to this at once. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. I 1 Mn. It. who is now .S5 M11.H. W.liiVKXs went to lJrIpliiK i Vvnn of hks Rlvt? onr rtntluns In this is- Springs Wednesday to wml a week. ;e U(e fln,t of Mrw, o( r.irH.jm.nces C. K.T.tb has returned from a visit to i , ... ,, ,,.! .. i iiii Ul IIIC LIU IJ Wi .li, iiiiivvim a will prove ol interest to the present as well as the rUing generation. By mutual consent we have dUolved partnership and desiring to cloe up the I tlrni business, wo ask all those indebted ' to us, either by note or account, to come and settle at their earliest convenience. Very Respectfully, Mcltoberts AsStagg. " A ntu got into the ear of Mrs. J. W. Alcorn while at prayer meeting Wednesday night and caused her considerable pain. Dr. Peyton was sent for and released the insect from It hiding pl.ice ns well us relieved Mrs. Alcorn of great anxiety. The theory that a woman possesw'K sutlicient magnetism to draw to her view a white horse seems to be nearly forgotten, but a number of our citizens were reminded of the fact Tues day evening, that it is really true, when they saw a very red-headed lady driving into town and tliey counted seven white horses in a radius of 100 yards. Tin: Waddle Bros., of Somerset, seem nnxious to play the Intekioh JontNAUt another game of ball. It looks tons that A tkiuiai'in with the name of Smith Kowsey carved upon the shell wns found n few dnys ngo on the farm of Mr. G. A. llencdicton thobancasterpiko. If the late Mr. Howsoy did the carving himself ami tho little animnl wns near bisjilaco when ho did it, it had wandered over 10 miles from home in tho 22 years sinco that bit tho dust. Mr. Kowsey belonged to the notorious family of llow soys, which for u long timo hold this section In terror. Ho was killed by n squad of militia in 1S07, sunt hero to take him dend or alive, so if lie wroto his nnmo on tho terrapin's back, it must huvo been prior to that concluding, event in n lawless lile. Go to HIjjgiiiH tt McKlnney's for Oliver plows, thu best in the, market. . J kau Thompson, tlio tonsorial artist, is back from his trip and ready4o wait on bis customers. I iiavi: UOO.OOO brick now ready for sale, or will take contractu to build houses, chimneys, cisterns, Ac. W. F. Ramsey, Stanford. School. .Mrs. II. A.Kvans' preparatory school for Wlllesby and Vusuar will be opened Monday, September 2d. A course for young girls who do not expect to go through college will be arranged. John Mock, formerly of this county, now a carpenter of Lexington, has been nrrested there for sending the dynamite machine to Mr. Baxter, of thu Leader, but he declares his innocence. Mock is saiil to bo u discarded lover of Baxter's voting wife. Tin: Boone County Record says that Mr. LeGrand Utz, who moved from Lincoln county to that two years ago, has discovered a gold mine on his place. Wu have not the pleasure of Mr. t'tz's acquaintance, but we hope his tiud will pan out handsomely. It Pays. Mr. John Bright inserted a iMine notice in our stock column last issue, wanting to Bell some Berkshire pigs, and before the ink bad thoroughly dried on the paper he hud sold one and contracted with two parties for the sale of several more. Advertising pays. The Public School at Stanford will commence on the 1st Monday in Sept., W. F. McClary, principal, Miss Cettie Thurmond, assistant. All white chil dren within thu school age are urgently requested to attend promptly at thu opening. R. C. Warren, Ch'n. came near putting out one of Howard Bruce's eyes Tuesdny. Winfred Port- ( man was shooting one when by accident a ball struck on the eyeball scaring it nnd ' plowing its way through the corner. It I was a very closo call, fortunately without serious result. While at Hale's Well the other night,' Maj. II. A. Kvaits was taken with the crump colic nnd tho lid of n stove was , heated to apply to his breast. After it wiih used it. was carelessly thrown in the yard to cool, when the proprietor's little son, Kddie Bruce Spoonamore, trod on it, blistering his feet very painfully, though there will be no permanent in-1 It IIUllUI Olll.ll IV? .. .19 . . I l.ll.l. .b '... , " - ' 1 villi, (iiu.lit (11 lie., tliem t hut we are I muiieti iiuti aimeeer, nun Benu mi lietter players than they ami we are surprised that they should again want to be made to miller defeat, which would surely follow if another game is played. Secosii Chop. When his strawberry crop had exhausted this year, Mr. Kd MeBoberts cut IiIn plants oil closo to the ground so as to leave them in n healthy nml fresh condition for next year. They grew out sooner tlian he expected, how ever, and he is now feasting on a second crop of as tine ones as one would wish to see. He will try the same thing on his watermelon vines and expects to have n tin' supply come in for Christmas. Fou the last week we have felt as if in the middle of a Sunday school or some other kind of school where the sweet voice of woman is mingled in song with Mint of the bass or tenor of the stronger sex. The Teachers' Institutes, tirst the ! ulilii. nml then the eoliirid. have been lias gained quite an cnvinblu reputation . ,,,,, ,, t.ou liIKH tiu.,, (lliv tll(.y L.n. for his politeness and obliging nature. pj,(. ,nriI,0,,iollhiy mUf;H 0f prnise, Ills praises are sounded by many of for tlio timu innkin us forget tho passengers.- Times. burdens and toils of business, and re- Kev. S. S. McUoheiits dined nt Crab 10Vl,a S n8 it WL.ri.( t0 a ..,llll(l tlllt JH Orchurd Springs Tuesday, having been ,K.tu,r t,1Rl )is.. a(l where brL.t.7e8 IW taken hither by Mr. J. S. Bosley. The b),,1iv fintilury Uown are gently old gentleman, though past four scoro wn(tt,",j consitlerablv, Ih in fair health nnd seems ... , good for ninny years yet. C. O. Spkinus. Not for years has Crab W. II. Hkkii.ns found great improve- Orcliard Springs enjoyed such a patron- ment in n week's sojourn at C. 0. age us it is now receiving. There are ; Springs. In fact ho got so sprv that no , more than 2o0 people enjoying its do- ono would have suspected that he bad n lightu nnd tho crowd continues to in uses, a noted crap shooter, under the impression that ho was Burd Blanks, the ed for this paper. He told us that ho had never read nor even seen a democratic newspaper, but had rend several papers of the other political faith nnd that ho was thoroughly sick of the way the republicans ran their papers ns well us their politics nnd henceforth ho wou'd steer clear of both ami avoid all of evil. nnces . . The Colored Teachers' Institute, will adjourn this morning, after a Bession of unusual interest, both to teachers nml those who nvailed themselves of the op" . .. . -..:. .. . .iti. ,ml Ai.titii. Miitit Afi. pretty little wife ut home. Better go 'crease uisteml of dnuinish as .the . hwoi, , , . u.f,8 U8 llllU tIie co,oreiI tendiera with him next time Mis. Hiueins. draws to a close. Tho place is admirably ' ... informed .. Mrs. M. B. McAi.isteii, Mrs. W. F. kqit and tho wonder is that it is not al. Kviiiis. Mrs. Bedd. Mrs. F. A. Chick. ' ways full up to tho top. A number of -- i w Mrs. K. '. Lee, Misses Mattio Sallio and Mary Mcl.oberts, Sain II. Harding nnd wife and It. G. F.vaus are some of tho Danville people who nro enjoying Crnb Orchnrd Spiings. Mrs. B. A. Owsley and Mr. V. J. Owsley, of Midway, aro with Miein. Tin: Myers House had tho honor of entertaining tho governpr of Arkansas, Hon. J. I'. Kagle, Wednesday night. He was en route from tho Richmond Fair, to which ho took his wife, neo Oldham, who was a Madison county lady, well-known hero. Gov. Kaglo is a very pleasant gentleman in conversation and hna demonstrated his capacity nnd popularity by ascending tho political ladder several rungs at n timo sinco hoentcredthnt nreun from his farm. as a rule are not only well up on the subjects taught in tho public t'10 work assigned him with tUat earnestness that is so characteristic of their l'rof. C. 0. Monroe, thoconductor, is not only n man of educational attainments and apt to teach, but of a most pleasant and all'ablo ninnner. His lectures on Civil Government and U. S. History were highly instructive and showed by his familiarity with them that he has made it un objective point to become acquainted with bis work. Several of the legal fraternity and of tho county court, and other citizens of tho town were present, during the lectures and seemed to bo highly There was n want of attend-, ance on tho part of tho colored peoplo of the community, which Prof. Monroo took them heartily to task for in his Wednesdny night's lecturo on tho of his race. A nice rain fell Wednesday night and yesterday, to put the finishing touches to one of the llnest crops of corn ever raised !n this section. N The contract to construct all the de pots on tho Louisville Southern sion from Lawrenceburg to Lexington has been awarded Mr. It. C. Bradley. Harrodsburg Sayings. Mil. W. B. Comeii, a contractor on the K. U. road, was hero Wednesday hav ing advertisements printed for 50 hands to work in a tunnel in Powell county, to whom he oilers from $1.50 to $1.75 per day. The Colored Odd Fellows and Hopewell Baptist church will have a big day nt Glasgow, Aug. IH, at which time S'2.'2't will pay for tho round-trip. Rev. Win. Feneseo is one of the managers ami the train will leave here at .'3:'J7 a. m. John Knoleman, late of this county, but now of Helena, Montana, is making a reputation for himself as a trainer and driver. The stable with which he is engaged purchased a young horse called Col. Bradshaw some time- ago and Mr. Kngleman has had him in chargo since. Last week he drovo him in a racu in which ho not only distanced all his coinjetitors, but made the best time ever trotted in the State, 2:20. We congratulate Mr. Kngleman on his success as a driver as well as tho notoriety he has won by breaking the record in his State. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Kid. J. A. Harding returned home this week. He baa just closed a meeting nt Nashville with 112 additions. He held n meeting there not long since with 117 additions. Winchester Democrat. The M. K. Church South organized Tiieiii: will bo an old-fashioned demo- nt n church at Middles'boro last Sunday cratic barbecue In Mr. W. 1). Gibson's with 10 members and 10 more promised, grove, near Wayncsburg, on Friday and The organization lins $1,100 from the Saturday, August UOth and Hist. Speech-1 Hoard and will begin to erect a house cs will be made by numerous prominent iK.xt week. Pinevillo Meshengcr. men and an elegant dinner, including .. T. Xunnelley bought of L. K. burgoo, s ill be berved. All invited and ' W'uIIr 40 ewes nt !?:5.50. everything free. I Dr. Steele Bailey Hold a registered , ' ... ... r. . . , ' Jersey cow to John S. Mav, of Somerset, -a ....fk.. vt.u l'"'j .-.--(, ... f. , for $125. He, S. P. Stagg and J. E. Carson will sell 20 flue Jerseys at auction nt thu Somerset Fair, which begins Sept. 10, , after exhib liting them in the rings. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SAILS I A Brick House and Lot, OnSomcriet ilrcct, al present occupied by Mr, Ci II Cooper. Awry detrnblc pUic and can tie obtained at a bargain Address or call on V II. ANDERSON. Harper. Kaniat, Or r. M. McKOUEKTS, Stanford. Ky. To Stools Tradosr. 1 have lratcd the old O. II. Jones stables No. 51 and S3 Loyd street, Atlanta, (ia. Have refitted and remodeled the stables, making them the best appointed in this section (or the stock trade. I Tim iiinrulint 01 iiarrotisuurK nrriKtiil ....., . ,MI,on3n Dt niv friends and ----, .... , .:.' - ; v. - . .. ' ... ...!..... 1 : 1 -. n ' nnd DrotlLMil Here wetlliestiav n necro ot all tormerctmomersot me suoies .Mr i.oren 10 tones will assist me in the business. J F. REDD. A DKSIKAIILE ;x.,ru:sr:li,r:;:V7;,,:z;jREsiDENCEF0RSALE. there is 25 reward. But it was tho wrong man and he went the monev. back without Tiiuki: was only one bona tide bid for the construction of the water works here in response to the advertisement of the city council, which closed August 20. but us there were so many requests for further information, tlio body has decided to extend the time for bids. Tho one received is a reasonably fair ono and demonstrates the idea entertained that I offer for sale privately my Residence and Vive Acres of Land on Danville street in Stanford. The house is roomy and in good repair and All the outli.ii.es are attached. I'osseision given within two weeks after sale. For further particulars callonCol. V. O. Welch Stanford, Ky. or ad. dress me at Latamie, Wyoming Territory. t. M C. SAUFLEY. Public Sale of a Farm J And Stock, FarmliiK Vtcnsils, lllacksinlihs' Tools and Furniture Saul Farm contains 133 Acres of tillable, land, adjoining the farms ot Dr Lien Swop,M)etieral Uano and Joe Tomlinion, and about two miles from Hryantsville, Garrurd coun ty. Ky. A t;ood stock timber for a $' r houses, a new stable of fa arm Dtirrjosci. cod , plenty of water and oil lencini;, a tenant . o stuns: nuts reaany ., i. - ... i . ....i 1 !.. tnr sino net vear. nesi manic ever onereu a Uie WOrKS Cllll UU COIimrilClOU mill " VV '. rl, .mlli amount of money. Salelo tinned for a comparative! v small sum. ! take place on premisei fcfepi. 3, 18S9, at p. m i.cnfi - . . If sold privately price j,;oo A liooi) old democrat named James i (sarrison, who has sjient the last 25 years I in the backwoods of Pulaski county, I came in to see us Tuesday and I'lur.rtEj wilson. SAWMILL FOR SALE! jVIho Ijtmd ami rftovlc As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers and ao horse engines, a saw works, 1 ox log was on 3 1. horse v.ijons. 1 buckuoard, 1 spnne wag. on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, 1 horse, grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres 0! knoDlanawcu tuuoereu. ii;ru privmciv, MART SMITH, Maywood, Ky, I A Large Side 1'ocket Book contain J.Orn ! int.' a lot of fee bills of J. P. llailey. three or lour notes and other papers. A liberal reward will be paid for the ahoe book and papers returned to me. Otis 1'. Ncwland, Stanford. Amendments to Article nain t;on or the Cumberland Valley Land Co. The undcrsisned shareholders of the Cumber. land Valley Land Company amend the said Com pany's Artie es 01 incorporation, neretoiore men unl.nnla t.i, ,...! nnrt t ' .eoi .!...'. , r., i in n no,, I , . .- . f.i !-.. ruiiu'fin, wuirij ..... . ..- ....vf. .....fc lor recsru iu irust 1. 1SS7. in the cilice of the cleric Stanford people are there now partaking ; Hn(, iionl ekivnt their I o he I incoin Cou-A o the good cheer and good faro that ,s 1 ito Vhenr'Sthd ., j, 0IK 8W!llll.ll t0 cntcr us.penseii o invisiiiy. .v upeciauy iow rato is made to Lincoln county people, ( which they ought II.IIIK lllCICIUIVIV as follows. ections ol said articles are to amended as to include within the scope of the Company's operations, in addition to the coun ties of Harlan and llell, the counties of Knox, Whitle Wolfe ey, t,uy, Terry, i.vtcner. roweii, . llrcathitt. t.ce. Leslie. Knott, Moirotliri. Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Mencfer, Hath, Rowan, Klllott. Lawn lice, lloyd, Carter, Fifinmins, Lew. is, (Jreen, Owsley, Jackson, Floyd, Wayne, Cumberland, Tike, 1'ula.ki, Hockcn.lle, linn Lincoln, in which mud additional countuilt shall bo lawful for the said Company to transact its business of purchasing and selling lands, the mining and sale of coal, iron nnd nil other ores and minerals ami the manufacture and sale 01" lumber. II Section 4 is ao amended as that the capital stock of said Company, instead of nnehumltcdaiid fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million dollars, in shares of one hundred dollars each, which said shares shall bo issued to the stockholders by certificates when $jo has been paid on each share thereof subscribed for, and the President and Secretary of said company are hereby authorised and directed tu issue the stock accordingly. Witness our hinds this i;th day of July, 18S9. If.CENT IVOKIINH, J. S. HoCKKR, II. Hovn. bv J. A. Cratt. J. A. CitArT, 1. W. Haydin. W. P. Walton, J. S. IllNGUAM, W. O. Welch, W. K. Ramsey, John W. Fov, jr., Iamcs V Fox. Our First Shipment of a sC FALL PANTS ITow EEAD7 for th Trade. BRUCEglVlcROBERTS JONES BRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, Staple&Faney Groceries Quccnsnwrc, Glassware, Tinware, &c. Will exchange for Country Produce and allow tke highest market prices. Powers' old store-room. Having purchased the interest of Mr. Stagd, I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall be pleased to supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a Full Stock of Drugs! Paints, Oils, School Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at low prices, for first-class goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready to do watch and jewelry repairs in the best style. Very respectfully, W. B. MoBOBEETS. Bo Eo Furniture WKc iHBN. Dealer In and Undertakers' STANFORD, KY. Goods I The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our INDESTRUCTIBLE BUM AX CASKET, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Embalming, under the most approved method when desired. J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. Ao Bo PENNY, &o jeweleb; DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on shorfjnoticc and warranted. A C.SI.VE. 3 mJMfk) J.N. MENEFEE, SINE & MENEFEE -Dealers In- S BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Shingles, Etc., GSiSLSH, DOOBS ABTD BX.X3STDS l?SD Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, PATENT WIXWE A1TD SLAT PB1TOE, Cedar and Locust Posts. t We will carry a full stock of everything found in a first-class. Lumber Yard. A, C. SINE, Business Mar.ncer xL A.f '?,; VT f m II t -1 f !