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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. h ' VOL. XVII. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 6-i V OFF FOR A WEEK. J. Man at the Somerset Fair. The Heretofore 1 have made a run to tho Somerset Fair, spent a clay seeing sights and attended to wlint business tlielr wan in view ami returned reliietautly home. TIiIb year I found myself iuukin for a "week oil'," and Sat- , t... ........I.. nft.it. st itrltatltttlt(ft tvttll sr.i7 : z't ::::;; . l 111' UU11 - Ui'Vi ! gonial Hob MeAlister to drive through with lilin with hi lllly and racers, Kittle Martha and Susie . At 10 o'clock .Sunday, leu vIiik Sunday-school in ood hands, wo set sail for the lam! where they heat the world on fair and play tolernhly fair base hall. A bob-tail horse with pretty, keen lens will at- tract attention anywhere and a circus . ... with a inenitKcrie attached a greater sens ition than ,, ( did. Quest on after question was asked ; nndsomeo those not so well posted asked wh ch was Uu.lK.or was either , of then. Ten Urocele .' itli not dug else , to do it was !lU,t a pleasure to hear the jocular qiterric and we answered then notwithstanding tliey ran up lt, Mm I UlOUSailUS. rtl I nw lu... ",,., ,1,1,,.. ;..-!.......- I. . t, . . 1 t ... . I. . I A .. I Mr. Sims', some 15 miles from town, ami it. ....i..nl. .t ,t .tj.ltstlfiittl llltlftll llt I "!.C " Z. ,Z T "7"'u .... i imreu iiy . ..irniimi'i o ivv. Splendidly-cooked ham ami chicken and heat biscuits and a nice made as good a meal as an epicure would wlsu I sit The horses thoroughly rested to to '"" " tt . , ami me - jucm up, 77 "7Ami,i Ueid 1 .1 tit . ., If ..........I ... n.Mln I Ulll 601 liail Weil mgll llliiuen ircniimiiii; horizon when to Science wnjitern iioiiiuii i we got ,' Hill and thero we sought a good old Methodist brother, Goodwin, by name, and In-sought him to keep us the night, It was indeed a pleasant "travelers' rest" and the downy beds, sweet with fresh feathers, afforded us a delightful night's rest and bright and early next morning we drove into the hustling town of 'Somerset. , Hy the wav I failed to mention an hour spent on our way at a prosperous Sunday-school alfout a mile this side of Old Wayneshurg. A large number of bright-faced children were talking oil' their lessons In an automatic manner, while the earnest teachers smiled with I delight at their progress. Several pretty I were there, too, and of course I was much at home, for when j the fact that I live in Stanford is made ) known it is a foregone conclusion that I am used to pietty girls. Mr. McA. ami t mvselfwero most cordially Invited to' join a class, but declined for reasons best I known to ourselves; however, we joined ilu.m u!iti 11 K0111' wu( announced and ' made the very hills and forests ring with mclodv. 1 Great l.rciuration was being made I Monday for the Fair and business was almost at a standstill, so thoroughly wrapped up were thu Pulaskians iu their annual successful Fair. Monday evening comfortable quarters at tho fair grounds were opened and good horses from the country poured in. Our quartern aro stalls are Nos. 'M, 117 an I :ks and arc just under a shady and gracefully tapering oak. Wo aro away fro'11 the rest of the horses a ml Mr. myself and Joe and Kph, the loikevs, and tho veteran horseman of ourcitv, Dan Caldwell, make up our . , .... ,. .,... n i.. ...,! liailV, aim UIIIIOWUH uiu nun ' ..... .! l'thiopian are mingled it Is a very gooil crowd and neither of us nor the horses want for the least attention There are some ten race horses . . here . and as many trotters and a good lot of ii.imv ktiud;. In fact evervthiuir noes . show that tho Fifth Annual hxliibition will surpass any former ellorts, wtiicli is Bivilll! II gOOillh.il. ti... uni.t nf Ti.rm.vn nt the l'nir hv Messrs S P. Stagg, J. K. Can.011 and Dr. h';ttM' bul ,Iu lhir'1 and never heard of until lust week, when Steele Bailev, Tnesdav p. ., was a 0.yas J'' reWlve.l a cheek for the lug enterprise to tho gentlemen from j Lincoln. Fourteen line milkers sold t ! 'ount of the original note, asking the mi nvoriiLM! of about ;) and a couple ol ... 1. ..ii.: t.r.iiii.lii "'."i mid $(X) res :. 'ri Miiull and the bidding very slow. The races Tuesday evening were a decided feature ami as is always tho case ptoved a big drawing cud, tho crowd of the afternoon tribling that of tho fore noon. There were three starters in the three minute class and live heats had to be trotted. Donald Mackay, of Woodford, and Prince, a Danville horse, play- ed a regular nip and tuck game, each winning u heat alternately. iley Wilkes, tho third horse, was distanced in thu second heat. Donald Mackay won by a length in '-MU. I tt running race there were someciack runners. Sen starters answered the hell call and 'starter Nath Woodcock sent them oil' henutifully. Antwerp, a 4 year-old from Lexington, sold favorite and won the race, while Scott Fairis' Black Knight ran second and Boh McAlister's '-'-year-old, Susie L., got third money. For nearly half n mile Susie L. ran from 1 to II lengths ahead and had tho raco won, but at tho turn, on tho lust quarter, thu jockey, through caielessness or ignorance pulled her to the outside making ample room for p steamboat to turn and of course the two horses nearest took advantage of the opportunity. Little - r 1 1... ...... tn wiAi u'na irnrul wni c The vomit,' gentlemen pive a delight- McKINNEY. fill hop on Tuesday evening and deserve " . . ' ., ..... t , , . ,,,.,, ..... ' Melvm iv James are dome a uood much credit for their I miring , .. ... ... ., . ... ... ,, . ,..,.,... , ... , business with their saw mill -near this in their to maku nil. particularly,.,. ... , , , ... ., . ... the strangers, enjoy themselves and inn lots of Pulaski's fairest to assist them in entertaining, their Fifth Fair Hop will ho thought of for many a day as an occasion hrllllaut iu the extreme ami " . were not for a second wanting Wednesday's fair was largely attended and the show of stock better than the day previous. Kvery olllcer and director was at his post and the clock-like work with which things moved was commended on all sides. The 'J;-S rare was a most interesting one and live heats hud to bo trotted. ,., , .-, .,, II.... wii, - iiikiiii, ,i jiii milium uiiio, mwii tin. (lr.it Iu n lt..i,,u In., t.tl;,. .1ir l.uil ,,.,,. ,ft ,,,, f , , , , , wh . . (j , J of , ,H f ,,,,,,., ,,, w Uy , Jf r TlmrH,,aVi w , ,, , blweBt country are here at this hour, 8 A. !., " open. Sllllll, ,,-,;,,. , terprise ami one thoroughly enjoyed by the citi .ens of this ami surrounding counties. There are beauties from a number of counties here, including that I.I.. I.jfi tln.t i1.1 I i.i.w.1. I.. L.utl.. ..rn..l , . ., ' .. ., . ' , . . of. i. i. ltr.Hn lruit. , .lufiiiut iinil --.'- -- " - - I. Tin men are in clover knee liijiii mill If f li.i... iu t.li.ftii (iinliir flin , , . , , ,. , hrosd heavens where delight and con- . -" - -.-J-". "- erect possesses thst enviable distinction. K. C. W. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Owing to delay in shipment of press the Signal will not be out before Satur day. Alex Moss narrowly eccnped death while cleaning out a well for James White. I). N. Williams iys he made a bar- rel of vinegar 15 years since and finished using it this week. Kts are destroying Mr. 1). N. Wil- lianis' corn hy climbing the stalk and cutting on" the ears. J. . F.berstcin, agent at Livingston, has resigned to take charge of a hotel at London. Mr. Koliie Guthrie takes his place at Livingston. Tucker Lunsford, who had his leg crushed by a falling tree two weeks since, and afterwards had it amputated, ... .1....I nl It.B lliiio illirii ui inn uijiiiii'a. Two darkies, Joiah Newcomb and ; erybody should go as he is hound to sell, MaceHiatt.whilegoingthroughainilitaryjhis lease and option expiring on the unii wiui musKei ami snot gun wanted 10. . i .1 snow now rapuny iney coiiiu nre at posed white men iu case of battle. Hiatl , lost a thumb and doesn't care to engage I 1 iu tho fun of shooting "wliite men" anv more. A lady living at Bristol, Tenn., on her way home from Illinois, gave bitth Thursday morning to a child while on the train, between Livingston and Hazel Patch. Thu mother and youngster were left at Ixjndon, where they were, properly caied for. Both doing well. Some one stolu a mail pouch from " "1 "i ..,,..o,. oeiwee.. inm, Tuesday night, an I earned it across the . - ,11 ri tilp ntlil nil t til., ktrini tilfli II liitnfint " " .-....., v , ami alter opening iu or lo letters gave tii.t lull lift lif1ktltkl Kiailloj jitl '"T 7'.7""n""" :'' passing tnuns. Suspicion reason an in- .11..:. I. ...I ...1 ill I..I.I.. I !.... ,ro"""11 "' "";"".' 0.vaiiWlu.v.mi.M.imi. 1 'ii'.miii.i !.. '........ ..I...... I...I....' ' "i '" '" "'"" -"" ;"'"" '---' '"' -'' - ' - , JlltdfO.kll 11'ttll lllllf.l.lf I,1 lull illll.k fc...hM. ...... ".- - did aiul h''asckernb the Mann woman their noles for the fees. '1 wo afterwards ,..,.,.,.,., .i ;wf...i f i.;.. .' ' ".. " ' icadily agreed to. Tho man had lately l)fen granted a small pension and is li v j ing in the eastern portion of our State. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mr. Andrew Steele, one of the best known nud most prominent citizens of Fayette county, is dead, aged 70. j -John Ulr, an old and wealthy citi - , zen of Harrison county and brother - in - law of Judge Thomas W. Varnon, is 1 dead, after piotracted illness. He was til years old. . Harvey Withers, aged SO, died iu Boyle Sunday. Ho was 11 typical south- ei 11 gentleman ami raised a large and worthy family of children, six of whom j survive him. -Advocate. Miss Anna Mead, of Binghainpton, X. Y., ageil 'JO, deliberately jumped into the river at Niagaia and with 11 smile on her faco went over the cateract headforemost. Ten minutes later lier bodv witli every stitch of clothing tout oil floated 1 ou the water aw bile and then disappear- ed. ! The special train wliicli will carry! the Louisville Cominaiidery to Wash-' ington via the h. k N.und C. t 0. roads' , will lie one of tho finest ever made up at Louisville, it will comprise, ten of the finest aiiil hi st eijiiippi'd vcntibulo Bleep- iiiiiuv. in1 ;un uimi iu nutv in . ... our midst. Itevs. Hristow and Frishie cloaed a meeting on Green Itivcr last Sunday night with an organized church of ol Owcnsboro next week, ineinheis. Itevs. V. J. W'anl, tho pas-1 Col. J. V. Guest will probably soon tor of the Haptist church at this place, ' part with another of his line race horses, assisted by ltev. J. M. Sallee, will begin Hoh Jacobs. He will doubtless go to a scries of meetings hero Saturday night,1 Louisville and command a handsome Sept. Nth. I price. John McKinuey and Miss Annie j -Next Monday will be county court Williams and Shannon McKinney, of day. at which time our regular term of this vicinity and Miss Annie Hocker, of circuit court begins. The docket will Junction City, doped from this place .embrace several important and night. I am unable to state ing cases. tlie route they took. Sulllco it to say they area jolly, nice set of young people and we wish them success iu their laudable iindertakim: and a loin: life of hap piness and prosperity. Mr. J. P. Crow is contlned to his room with fever. Mr. W. It. George and wife, Mrs. Itehecca Jones, W. A. Flint ami wife, Mrs. Jennie McKinney, Mrs. John S. Goode and children left for Texas on the 10th. Mrs. Goode goes on a six weeks' visit, the others to make the Lone Star Stale their home. Mr. L. K. Tanner is receiving considerable wheat for his mill. Mr. Julius Saunders, a staunch democrat, of Danville, Vji., has been visiting his sisterf Mrs. Kebocca Jones, whom he had not seen for .".'-, years. Mrs. Mary Albright, of llrodhead, after a two weeks' visit to her father at Middleburg, returned home on the 10th iust. DRIPPING SPRINGS. Dan Slaughter is out iu a huge handbill ottering everything he has at auction including hotels, store-houses and residences, located at Dripping Springs, Mt. Tabor, l'alnt Lick and Muddy Creek. His llrsl sale is a mammoth atlair and comes oil' at Dripping Springs to-morrow, Saturday, Sept. Nth, when he will oiler the entire Dripping Springs property, farm ami all, at auction, failing to sell which he will then sell each building separately for the lumber contained in them, said buildings to he torn down and taken away the following week. After the sale of the buildings he will then proceed to sell the entiro contents, including hotel furniture and everything which he owns at Dripping Springs. At 1- o'clock he will set a free lunch, to which all who are present will be invited. The sale will begin at 1 o'clock p. !., Saturday, Sent. 1 tth, rain or shine. Kv- 10m. ijiioiiiig irum m mus, hu ij. tir.. l.i.. -. !.. ...!.:... !....,.. .!.. ...Ill ."j oojeci hi iiuiKnig unau mrc win ho made known later on, for the present all you want to know is that you can get 1 1..,. .- 1 .1 1 ..... .... Ml K" 1 13 .'"! iun.'11'l wii'iii, in 1 itm ,v ing to sell at some price." MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. L. B.irnhill, of Ashland, Ala., (ilea at exactly tne nour set lor nis marriage. He was 70 and his intended 40. -F. II. Coinhcst, E., a prominent cituen of Casey, , was married last week to .iliivs irgmui liiirKc, a handsome Boyle county lady. Mrs. Win. Hutclicr.ift, of Madison, . .. .. . ... 1.11 1.1 .. i H tne motner 01 iiiwiougu imt is yoars old. she has just married . . . -. ... .t . awi.lowerol.MWltniiiatnuinDer. A . v,.... nami,shiro woman who . . . i wanted to marry a certain man, tried to work game that Kobifl t Kay .. . ..... . . . . llamilton's wife ili.l 011 nun. witli a nor- rowed baby, but she faileil to Jiml .. ' oiiv j....... -. ......n . lied. A considerable portion of the piess of the State is at present wasting a good deal of space and sweetne.s 011 a young person who, like many others without J the leait qualification for theJIhusiness, ' has for several years imagined himself a This recently sold ll'jmiii;i mini. una'JtK" ivv.... ir.w. i one paper and started another hi a new tow n.hut within a month was arreted and jaded for slapping his wife. He next I ,iy h0lil out and left for parts unknown.' It was not u bad riddance to journalism t the eommunity in which he lived, i juud the newspipers should save their compliments for some more worthy sub - 1 ject. Owenshoro Messenger. The above icfers to one W. G. Over- street, who failed to impress us nt tho recent meeting of tho IC. P. A. as tho niannerof m.iu calculated to do credit to the profession, and if ho will stay iu parts unknown it will lie bet for Ken tucky journalists. "Fair Play" Wall tli.it l aiU'd for Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery, when ulcn for murrh ill the head, of fur bronchial or throat nffcctiom, or Inuj kcrofula ...1.. 1 ........ oitniniiiiillnn ( tm liilif ntlil ,,,.,.... in ,imUi anj givcn u,r trUI, it will cure or the money luidfor itIIIberefundcd. It U the only Kuaranteod cure. CleJiiu'the licr, utoni.icli, bouels and vliole tyttem by luiiijr Or. 1'iercc's I'cllds. Vhy Is It That iiroplff linger along alway complalnme nlii.ut th.it conrinn.il tired ttcluii; T One bottle of ll'tti!' Hlood I'urirtfr and lllooil Maker will entirety remove lht totllnB.sive them a good appetit DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. The fall meeting of the Transylvania l'reshytery held their regular meeting here this week. j Several of the members of tho Knights of l'ythias of this nlace will at- tend a meeting of the Grand Lodge iu It is stated that the principal of the public school "got iu his work" on two or three of the boys the opening day and this is what was called a good start to a prosperous school in yo olden time. The College boys are getting in and the peaceful, modest civilians are retiring. Danville belongs to Danvilliaus but two months iu the year and the rest of the 12 it belongs to the ''Cawiege Uhovs." Our schools are now in full blast, the city school, Centre College and preparatory having been duly opened this week. The latter institution opens with nu increased attendance of 15 or '.'0 pupils over last vear. Win. McIIugh, from Cumminsville, Ohio, a hrakeman on the Cincinnati Southern railway, fell from his freight train on last Tuesday at the end of the KvntiH cut, near the depot, the wheels passing over his body diagonally at tho hips, cutting him almost iu twain. He was attended hy Dr. Fayette Dunlap, but lived only about 30 minutes. He was about -5 years of age. George Bradley, son of W. O. Bradley, of Lancaster, passed through Danville Wednesday en route to Louisville, where he goes to till an appointment in thu otlice of Col. Dan Collier. It is stated that he is to stand in Col. J. Wesley Durham's shoes, ltev. Frank Cheekt of Paris, is visiting relatives here. Kev. K. H. Peareo.of the Walnut Street Methodist church, is iu Paris attending the annual conference of his chtircti. Dr. A. W. Johnstone, who has been iu Kuropu for several weeks past, is ex pected home about the Uotn inst. lie isi now due in New York, but intends going to Boston to attend a meeting before coining home. Doubtless his friends feel considerable anxiety when they contemplate, tho fact that the worst is feared for vessels now at sea since the Atlantic ocean is experiencing the most terrific storms known iu vears. CRAB ORCHARD. The weather being hot has brought more visitors to the springs from the Southern States. i Miss Belle Haldenmn, a charming brunette from Louisville, is the guest of Miss Jean Buchanan. All oersons knowiiiL' themselves indebted to either Geo. W. James; dee'd., or J. W. James will save cot hy settling L, once. AH accounts not nU1 on or Iwfore .Stf)t. win ,, ,!nm, in the hands of an otlicer and sued on at ona1.1 J. W. James. lit I Miss Leah Stegor has returned to' Georgetown Seminary, and Miss Minnie i Myeis to Kirkwood, Mo. Seminary. , Both spent a most delightful vacation .i.'u ...:,,. r i....i.. m iin..u f """ ",v-" r.i.1""'"""".., .'.to. W....1-, vi tllIs ,,1,,.. yylM .Minnie Thomas re- tnrn...l linmi, Mnn.Iiiv In .Mn,li,nn. In,!.. nftcr n pi0ilsuut sl.,y with her aunt, Mrs. A. XtMvlnml. MNs "Dudie" Hdmis - ton hns gont. t0 t)ie Somerset Fair. John 1.....1 7.. t 1 ,. 1 -..:, iiieii:iiiiui, .ii., was iiliuiu ihjiii villeSundav. lie is distributini: clerk j ti,0 Times olliye and has a, tough time jth tho little devils. Misses Maude pettus and Laura Adams are taking in the Somerset Fair this week. Mr. John Kdiniston is again on the street after a a long sickness, but very weak yet. II 1'pni.K. George Bright and Swine- has sold about L'OJ shep this week tS to J I per head. Greenbeiry Bright is "hout to get out again, after being conlined to his bed for about .! weeks. tleorgo Bright is improving and will be out soon. Thomas Stono has bought the -Uv' sawmill from Floyd for ifiiOO. He will run.it where it is a while vet. It. L. Hubble took oO mules to the .Somerset to deliver to Itaukiu boys. J. A. Ham monds and F. Riguey have gone to Bus sell and Casey to visit friends and will be gono about 10 days. Otis New laud gave us a pleasant call, presenting ids claims for'jailer; also Ueorgo Carpenter did likewiho. Several people got shot heio hint Friday night at tho close of tho colored fair, but not with powder and lead. It. L. White's friends leturned to Nashville- Tuesday. S. Dunbar and wife are attending tho Somerset fair. 0. It. Harris is alllicted with boils, but says he has, not tho patience of Job. Tho Pride of Woman. A clear pearly and transparent tktn ii always n li;n of pare blood, and all persons troubled with dark, greasy, yellow or blotched skin can rest that their blood is out of order A few dotes of llee;' Illood Purifier & llluod Maker will remove (hi) cause and the sVin will become clear and transparent Try It. Kiid if satisfaction U not given, it will cost you nothing It U fully warranted, A. K, Penny, Orugsist, SEVERANCE & SON Announce that they are now receiving New Goods - Fall Trade And will soon have every department complete. We ask you to Examine Our Dress Goods In all wool Cloths, Henriettas, Pansy Cloths, PenangSf Prints, c., c. Ladies' , Misses and Children's Shoes are from the best manufacturers in the country. A serviceable linen school satchel given away with each pair of shoes sold. Come and see us. NEW x We arc now receiving our stock of Fall&WinterDryCoods We have selected the best Jeans Pants, Overalls, Flannel Shirts, $'C, that could be found in the market. Our stock of staple and fancy GROCERIES is complete, and we guarantee satisfaction in quality and price. JONES BROTHERS. NEW OUR OF pX'J3P O . -- (X T ITf SnTT, AT , w vxxxi tv v-' - Received yesterday. RUCEilVlcROBERTS "Tc SINE J s' MEXEFEE SINE & MENEFEE, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Shingles, Etc., GSiSLSH, DOORS iSJSTD BX.I3STDS ! Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, PATENT WIRE A1TDD SLAT FEUOE, Cedar and Locust Posts. ! found in a Lumber Yard. We will carry a lull tock ofeverj thing 1 A. C, SINE, Ilutiness Maoajer. For Salo Publicly. llmiiii! l.irated In HalUs. Texas, and expecting tn make it m) lumo durin,' life, I will ..-11 public ly on Tuesday, October 1. 1889, Mv Farm of 120 AcrOH, on the T urnersulle uml M( Kinney pike, W miles from 1 urnersxllle. in Lincoln county. The harm lias on it a meat house, Sc, a lum ci tern: is well fenced with new cedar and ...cost .''".. 11 i.n.lirf ......iir. with " --I-. . .-,....., -..--. -- poAitunu runs, williiSsiocW water, convenient to churches, !'L,nn 1IACT i K TW T nnilTP ;aSTHE MOST RAPID ROUTE is not a bitter lllmvt.rass I arm taklntf s re iiuo consideraUon, In Lincoln county. It will have to be sren to be appreciated. Sale to beKin prompt- b'atioa. nt. ... .l I will also sell ptthlUly at a oMc." V ' a!),e .nmn .Inv mv House ntul Lot In McKlinify. I nu Is a nlco little cotug withi rooms, servant" ioum. . ..... J ftrrrt US ill iri. wis" "" " will ol itood wale r on Wk porch, mtat liousf, i rV.,,... .,.i,t. and m In uc I advertle this property t 'sell Mid hcn I say thai it goes, if I only have one bid on it. M U""?1 ' onalile for further particulars er J. W t' -' ir Uavt ll orn, who live on the farm, or Col Hall Andenon, McKinney, or write to me 8ai and SU Main .imt, Dallas, Tesas. WQW( GOODS ! HATS! Oi TTrti I I .. PI 1 .V ,-! . j fj 3illS rw Call and see them. (I sXSntlMSuSgKLvkMUWKBUKKKKKHKK rSrT IliTKOTil "p3T(oii5Viitt mwAiBAm A NEW FAST !f AIL Leaving Iloth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Paily, Secures to Travelers, I'.ver attemt led between the creat commercial cities on the Ohio Kner and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between itweenau points in the South, or to the West and Nortnwest. i ne counterpart ot inn train on an runk lines is denominated The 1 hulled Express. it superb rolhni; stock we employ ive patrons unimuteu coniiott IliTAtall Coupon Ticket Ollices In the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Motion, get Monon and stick to Motion, il you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. K O.MiCOUMICKt General Passmfer Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agents and 0(liu"s. I M. IltfCKtOm. 117 4lh Arc. Louisville. Ky U, A. Tokkbnci 139 ins st ,, Cincinnati Ohio. cr.s ever sent out by tlie .illinan Com for her in lu'r P'" with pinkeye. P"- It will start Oct. :!, a.id roguUto digettwn. A. It. 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