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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890071501 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 1890 $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. 'SW " ' 'JS'W.'iii''. '''"fvrtrTii'm:-vrr- r -- yT V'1""-"- ' ' -- fr - - r - M'ff-f'"T- 'f "V"i- - Semi-Weekl- y m VOL. XVIII. Some of the Troubles of gravel. .Mrs. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1890. s . ' . COUNTY.. Iruelicart writes 111 follows ty tineh undJu.ly of the Times, HOUSE, X. I). Ingram, of the firm of Ingram hen- - from Cliiuitiiiinun, X. to a relative fmi' is not much struck on the A: Oray, lias sold F. B RILEY, Proprietor, Y , under date of tin 7th: "You will his interest in the vnow lecomiinr an popular.and which C not oliJLH't to some of the incidents of O. boys are seizing on quite voraciously' ery himne to John Harris. London, - Kentucky. .. .f . . . ...... .. ROYAL i:V.",l nu..-..... I . !... ....1 Just as people were iK'inning to ' J 110 nuuiir ii my reiiei'iuiut upon, tlr liliim. near mm Hiieer, ye i,...i..nimniiiiuiis mriHi'u iiiiwi uiu Ihjcraoedtomy new Inn am bftter prepared than ter to sn. ' '" 100 nuie rain it enjue urn not eat ine dadahs hereabouts: puici'H iinti peoine. i.ci me nay just neie "When vm, ...... v... i.,cr,aaCiiea ,c.orr,r,oJate the nubhc hnnuiiy evwiiiur in tornmu that one neotl not he too sure that ticket "Chicken Curry,'' could not induce Miss young man with a irl. Gic me a call. nonet, lonvenienM rf. helt, located be- 77 FRANK RII.E. One of our prominent physicians, ' ,0 '0 ho, though I assured her agents and railroad conductors know-evtwixt liis lew 'llll! Illj lir..,i.l.t,nu(.... ' whom no one was contemnlatins to be thing or tell everything they know W0l,,d have to pay for it. Considering! don't let sviiiimthv stir vn..r ... tr 'OLD DRIFPIEG SPRINGS' I madeetirefulinvestiiration, sodid MUs,tl,"fn,tthat I dined on cold tea mid tains withthe idea that'th.. poor fellow nmtiiu,onialI.v nt, h to be married 111 a . ,. .. joints, or about l ., ac r. ..1. .i.M. plnie uri.iiil. tliu .lifiiw.i- it ..a mli.j.. .1...... :. . m iu uniMiiii-iliiii.K.liL.iiu 1.tkn.i..i.a i muir- - .......... .....T iium-- l ..rut, I (TIIIHel III IIM hmc, uuunrai ... ... to . ' put ilown.Si cent for it, wiser, if lo,e his iwut8HK.n. It's vs, Ac, nml left Cincinnati under the ,""' nn' VHto Yelser stmt " P.ef.rrmt to an advertlcmeiit Inch appeared vou stvie. ' n la.t i(ue of the Interior Journal in .wwlnesday for Texas, in which Stnto to pleasing delusion that we would reach no' bidder. know mid t Itform tk puMii that mce Waiting for dinner, I overhcaid a slal- - The grandest of id artnl. appear tlie assembly grounds of Chautauqua at Swy w,,J1UMlkt' thL'ir '. in the future.! ilits h the humlme -rfri r"r",X.l",c1 ,heal,riK and Hu,ld.n, :tu Saturday evuuiui:, without change wart nfsoia. imrry . nocKer and T. X. Itofc- man, bay to n lady by youiiL' man . ... With the brond and the Ixrautiful orts are each taking n vacation out of the .ral.uciwOT rum mm l.imes I. f care. The through ticket, for which nis 8i,,': "Well, what more m you ox A Jam. ' 2 f store for a few weeks. MARY BELLE ADA.MS, Ailiu. we imbl $1;', brought us here, and will lu'ct Kentnckian than to shoot and -- Mis. T. A .Mwshnm ie vUUins her -- Mr. Bnummten, who has If he had known who hennl his return us. unless wo remain hunter than kill-been in ther Mr. Heee W anl. That hand-- the dry Kooila bus.ne.s here for a next October, bit', the chunge of enre wuh, roinnrk, would ho hnvo been swired? while, SOlll fellow, John K. Brooks, so popular has boxed his ffo.MU ,,,,.1 .ai.i .1 made, notwithstanding our previoi Mentally I repelled the sluuder, hut he with r it i'jlfi jr hi of everybody here, whs in town this to Somerset. Three dry all in lv. rung ir. h - I SMWiopeJune Uitl. a (;rj.d Hop on .....rnmntUe-planning'. The change was nwpsury, ' wns lo "te '"l ' was too fur from home Koods houses port A 1", ' e .lied at S 3o nharn week, Kroetiiijj old acouaintance. Key. are enough for this place uirV ?e '"?e to correct his statement, too, then why not toll an m.Hophistinit- and a fourth M. . Jionraii and wife, nee Oormley, ono has never done a raid, a liona flde raid, was made vd. innocent traveler that there was no1 business very lone Per Week are in from l'lnoyille. the jruost of Mrs. -- The meeting of colored $4 00 w. iy to reach the assembly uroumla, but "I0" ,lst sleeping conch aim all. The " Da I 00 " (Jormley, on Spriu- - Avenue.) which was held here last , '.'.. .. . . .' and before tu take lont, private conveyance or tn,m M,0Iml "t ouiiitow-nweek was 5o Cntt.ue Rent erek ..'.'.'. Mr. Morvau has had charge of a church lately attended 5 5 ' ' " Storth and repre'euted b'v the ..'.'.'.' walk' We did none of tilted thinss. tnt' conductors could lock the doors, the 2o.u) fcrl per ep). Ilnrs ' " crowl ruslied in, although tiiu train that in the 'Pinnacle City" for tho past year, most prominent a.noni: the colon-dWe found our baggage ehocked to I.ak 3 0 ...." ' " while hisele-.Mii- t ' wife has been trainimr ttl. v.. tl... .W.n... n1 1. Jt.ll ,... nf ....v. ,i,-- mt.y nave neen com- A L SP!"o'MoKUSO w.Nl.andat Lakowood we were fnrred uro"l''tthemoverwiiKroailytotukethoin the yonng idea out there. Tliey will re- pliinented, and justly too, for to Mop, in cotiMMiucucf, tho' we might 'w,'k- - Xo, they wanted to no then, and their ood main here for several days pleasuring behavior while together. 111 JuiueMo n, the milt'8 notr- - no they dil. The sleeping coach con-o- r lme cone to In the thren Ono box oT tliooo pill billy. iibtc many COOX-E'Tliey uro In fluetor' Cbautnuqun, nml on the lake nfco. ductor tried to collect the extra fare, but ami recuperating. Mr. Tom Wilson, of days' session not a single disturbance oc- - dolluri prcpurcil as a tpcclully lhirltoiirville, brother to Congressman cur red. We were wise onougb to follow our ono "uul could do uotln'm: in a crowd lht--P- eople here a,e teitiliil ind trunks and at nine o'clock, western time, w ,1,c" dared him to iet any thinn more, John II Wilson, was here Wednesday, S,,r,. ,,. appreciating and he are of the puren elalvheaie "We have our tickets and are in iiere I le, peaks glowingly of Harbourville audi taking advantage of our popular and upplic an ant Ioiir: fIt. Tlic.r re and 10 o'clock, eastern time, wo found e witer. inniu iinhuultli.r accumiilutlnii Irom ilij nf the !d future that awaits her. Mrs. Uura iner resort, I.inniettn t '' "ot mean to jmiv anv more, nor ourselves sented in a lare omnibus, nur- Sj.rings. Xot an tho body, wlt.iout iiauvvu or irrlpliiic. t..r vpert manyprj.pnetor. M.here, ook. our ance". happy hour , Ailaptvil loyounjf anil 0I1I. 1'rtt-c- J3o. and liappiBw. I'or malld, I know no,! Kt out until we reach our depot." They Conn, o Oklahoma, where on a visit to ' evening pusses that don't drhe rinn to tho hotel at Iikewood. . healtl.1,,1 uater. and forpleamue Uer." her ...other, Mrs. Jletsy Ann Adams, of out and take supper SOLD 13VJ21l):YllEilE. If we had been expectil the '"liim" kl'l'1 llloir """I fniihfnlly mid rode lal There wa iieieri the'Vnj ' ".,."V.?1 and return in the i. l.ordlnK hou.e aay fron, the l'reachersville vicinity. Dr. B. most pleasant part of the evenimr 1" miles. lmera and could not have urectvd rom tne mina mi..Bim Tho vc.i. J ... .' .". "ec. .ener lett I hursday mght for Indianap-- place is convenient, a us with more euthiiHinsm' It was' I had seen niithin like this since the short drive and Kent Uoiibo," "Merlinsworth Inn,"' lo,l K. lfn the fathers of thi, crowd, o.is, in,.., not to comer with tho (i. A. will be more healthful than being a ' New rushed Into not uo.iohus but It., Mr. Harrison or any of his house- - regular boaidoi. Hrmiti," Vc, mii on 11rious hold, but simply 011 business Misses! of KENTUCKY. Kev. K. H. Cabin ll. i. i...a ..,.... iMtes, iiccortllnj; to the musical ability houses and lielped what ., iw una UCUH t - t Ooo ' .,mf.i,lk....i.i'. (...' .1. uacon A: common .School Superintendent . f the HlngorH, but all tvrujoi.oi 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. in the loudeM 'vor their eyes saw or their hearts desir- - '""" in this J P" w" or ,0 ,mI' ' ',,i'lIlt'. having escaped from county for U years, has announced him- - Agricultural, Scientific, Engi- ti,u 'wir old home, silent now, and I"l,s' , piti h possible. What wonder we select- , " ""' "' "if cuy, aro noaruiiig sen a camlKlate for county judee, to be ed the hotel whose agent sung loudest' vaci.nt, ttlled my brain and heart with """"""' j p. toOK. 3'jm Classical, J' ,'; nl,,1,1Mr. and Mrs. voted for in August. Mr. C. claims he School, Academic, Commercial We soon foun.l ourselves ascending the its memories, and the unruly youths, W,,JJ, , I. M. BRUCE, ! upa.ioiM entrance of the Kent House,! who had too much lth of July did not Military Courses of Study. J""' , ,),mvl,,tf' !UV at Mr- - J. M"" " politics and is inn by neither a few days' visit. Mr. party. Ho is a good man and jor and seated in the inviting reception Mtturb mo. I would not jmrt with those hasa great COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED sale rsso J. I:. Ifciiley have many relatives in this countv. James' FREE OF TUITION. room, wondering at the splendor, the memories, with their sunshine nnd shad-- ' . . . noar.i ""l l" lluu t he nomin.... nf thn, .1.,,,,. ows. for t he who e of Ohio, "rue siream, Kockcastle' "- ail UM1..1. iiiiiMi-m.. tho is STAN'KOItD, KY. ilm poti.t ilormltorv rl Mck in nrivntw famiium V wxert',su bportive iiropen-jewel- s ocmuc party ami tne race will be a lively ;,, iiidrcM euirunw examination . the tine looking clerk in broadcloth and niountjiinu, far away, guanled bv thui ! Imss atn, suckers and one. mino to register us and aMgn ns everlasting hills of the old Uluo Ridge, ' H1,.1L'S ' cJ,,l',,,ll' SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL IAMES K.PATTERSON, Ph.D., Lexington, Ky. oU,l'r vnrll'""s of the fish family. They ' Betsy Doty, a negro woman, was the best ami brao.st that ,,vtr rooms for tho night, bminoits Instincts travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. a,l(I n11 "pessary ecittip- - jailed here last r " Only thoniM-lvejuserttHl themselves, and I inquired as horsesand vehicles tued iu lUery. In defense of homo week for a most brutal ,8 ! its treasures. t W. crime, iniantlciue. A child it or 4 dftys to price, Ac Four dollars n day was War has parsed, the! ,.l.lll!'.,ll. lt,w,f1, "" t!ldr 'tree hotel." They, too, old, was found in the yaid of her hoibo HARRY A. EVANs, Dealer In rattle of musketry and shriek of (stnnou answerwl! devolving menlallv the sit- w n I,(mjm l'"nrm "Kainst snakes. in an ash pile with its biains knocked balls do not sUtrtle the mother and nation, wo followed the waiter. .. t. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, FTtffTT T PffPffT? Q ,,arles sIulul, of Viu- - out. She has been tried twice ni.ow us our way. and both exclaimed dren now. The foot of the invader hnal before for i2ULllt STANFORD, KY w,, "" over to attend tho same ollense, but owing toiusuillcieut ' on, and only soft breees nestle J,UIIIW8 Iiul- when wohhut ourselves in the room PjHLKTS S. OILS "'!ritl1 )f Mrw '' K- - I'arrish, have re- - proof she was released. She had her exand dismissed the waiter Knur dollar-- , among the green follaueonlv tho li..t and Surveying iu VARNISHES, ETC , turned home. i..r.i sunshine is amining trial Friday and was held over all branches. from tlie Iter day will not do for people of our Mr. Frauk I.. Wallin, whose family to fitCUit COIirt Without bail. TIim nrnof DANVILLE, Kxcusetne for the memories, KENTUCKY. mildest pretentious. What is to be . ,...: reside here, and who was formerly of loo You have such yourself, though you Uero ,3 " U0UUt "l,out duie'" Too tired ami sleepy for discussWALK PAPEK AND DKCOHATIOX.s. thelarg...iii this place and once one of the gavet of llt-- r gUIU. complete et.nd mo- latest and stock ill Central decjratioiis KentuA, nig public, private or any other kind of ' have not had them called up recently as with all tlie most its gay, young gallants, but now of ForMionn to the trade Koom Mouldinj and Winwe piepHred for test. Tho sit. I have. s. eionomy, CHURCH AFFAIRS. dow Shades in endless rest, Ohio, was married last anetv PRICES THE ,he to e,xTenro?tVV1aVPerCU,ed, nation was not quite emlKirntssiug, but( LOWEST AND WORK TH1. BEst . An ex- . 1. Miss Irene Frankmau, a beautiful and CRAB ORCHARD. i new nroauway Ulinstian church a" intinn m kindlv solicitpj belirc. onlfr am D. V. HOLMES. D, PWror.AV certainly rather perplexing. jiu wealthy belle of Versailles, Ohio. From edilice will be built in I.exiugton, to cost placed. A review of our surroundings was npt fi MrL'lvvvv Kev. K. H. Mahoney will occupy the I..M.M.S. the Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. JJO H.V G description of the allair yl'O.UOO. O only entertaining, but amusing. Hero1 pidfrft ut the Maplist church next Sun- oYV lvkv' Mrs. ALICE Tl.TkTBo 111 the Kev. W. Y. Shepparii, of Harrods-bur- g, ersailles Policy, now lying beTUPS. C HALL7""HAMltTOy. we were in an elegant hotel, Id miles !fay morning. o fore us, we clip the following' "The will preach at the College Chapel Willi., p.,!..!.., ., ......... .. nr r fiom Cbautaiimia. our destination, with Weduesday, night. Let all ,l'.ri,.mo,lv occnrml at tl.ebeautif.il, pal- ..' liriLi.,.. uo means of mittine over the l(i n.ilis. Prki nf ,.T..Bai ....! atiaI .'omt' of ,,lu l,ri,,tJ'', parents, cor Hpiscopaliaus especially attend. but bv boat, and no boat until Mondavi ,li...l Tlmi-- v ... We are standing the ClarkCaih hor.e at ojr Kev. L. II. Blanton, chancellor of Crying was not only no remedy for the! brain, resulting from a full while riding nor of Main Cross and Wood streets, at .itMcKimicy.it U o'clock p. m. Central University, preached bore SunThe groom was attired condition of things, but decidedly uiiiu-- , a mule a few days ago. He was in his $10 to Insure a LivingjfColt iu the customary apparel worn on such day and spent yesterday talking with tercstiug.iucouvcuicut and unbeuutitying ;tj, year. occasions, adorned with a handsome bou- those who attended court in the interest He. is uell bred and a No t foil We did not cry. Hrigbt and early faun .ttor Mr. J. 1!. White, of Lebanon Junc-.l- . due hen mare is parted u.thor bred to Money quet, while the bride's youth and serene of his excellent institution. another UC morning, in view of ?l a day, wo tion, has been installed as agent and ST" 'S- ?composure made her look doubly handI'an'nTr1 u Near Pittsburg then.' was a vorvpoor ed our quarters, aftet paying ?1 for orator hero iu lieu of Mrs. Newlund, who some iu a rich and beautifully becoming church, heavily in debt. Its members ie lodgings, take wood is a bountiful has been granttHl a few weeks' leave of troMssenu of white, ornamented with decided to bore for oil close to the build- p.ue. Miid "Saratoga Cottage," kpt by Mr. (ieorge Wootlriug is night Jlurechiil Xeil rosebuds and lilios of ing. Tho other day the Standard OH pr.tty Iron, b lady, a delightful re-- 1 wan and the two aro keeping things up MT. VERNON, KY. o the valley. I'mloran exquisitely Company pub! ?t2,000 for the little tr. it, wiiit ii -t nun h less money and toiloyle'sataudard. ThuoW aad Hotel;,, still nulwam Moral marring bell, Hanked bv church property. 1.. I v. i uniting induiemeute In lnr Its Bne rp. tation. Charges raonabl. SpeThat genial gwitleimu. ami skillful in )l.w... ....1 .1 The next seeion of the Kentucky ' cial tttenfiAa U the trreline public. . t " , ".? . "vp'r'r" w,e mote ut homo opemlor, Mr. F. I.. I'liftord. repi .. .T"; 7 ho now O ""' ",wu wn"tf " "oly man Conference will be held at Lexingtou , i. F NEWCOMB, Prop I ..imw u iniihl ami- -i..i..i.,..mmi. ke uila in c iau Sv" " H,H,,Se tl,p h,t,u ft) Mt Vernon, Ky. After the cere ?p. 10th. The meeting of the tauis-- ! ., '......! . -- -. V" " V. ..Vln-- fe ,i II... , ...ow.-- . IB Jl?- - iimiiy invsnuiwiiMlw., Hill mill an.icoiiKratulation of the host of v",w Conference haa been potponed from w. .riit t bin. I. Iu a d:r.t ciiujil 8urUe his duties aa arent at Williams. friends and relatives prtwent, the diuing ' 'PX,. ' t and will be held t,, 1 saw u, .11 t.y w. re gath.re.1 n kb. bnrg. A we remarked in a previous room was r- n tel whug tireeu. Biehop It. K. Hargror thrown opeu where there waa ' a. i... jMMir p. uple there aad did not lok at 8ktcb.be love tlie mouutainw and will iu waiting a which for elaborate will preside at Uth meet inns. I tbuuiNb .1 'I s ber, a Pnw'.jt.-riatlieiv rnont luxuriantly. He autuptuouanesH and The addrees ui Kev. Geo. of arrauiM- Breaking and Training Stable. . B4rn.11 ... . .. i, .1..... ....L t... I.iu ....' I Vivr " " "M "- - " tie ."in 1.: ins it win, uowever, taae a rW,y . IIUL In- .. ,,,;.T i k !i,rit.. r lur goi. l, .uHe for ncnt m .ti rn kc him i J. (J. Hie lacked "push" mid everybody wim. ... ino porterurge.l upon 113 his tliu hill of faro captivated, J1''" " "Chli'lcoii Curry" lie specially recom-- ; which I ventured to or.ler. af-- 1 1 NO. 39 "'Kr. ,, limr iiiiuiiiKvii, ...... u;..i.,....i.,., .1 mi- - .inu : ..... uii'i nil- . DANVILLE. BOYLE UIiib-..'o- j '"su-di- "'''''d, 11 -' fiOYAl f THE KILEY 1 . t 1 ' . gawdy-girdle- d 1 - ,"iw . " Hut-,,n- d 4 -- I 1 I , I i - ' "" a, -- ' ' "oll-dref-se- d belly-band.- " POWDER I . i .,., " 1 Absolutely Puro 1 cr-- - SHALE'S WELL. in- ' 1 '- 1 ' Mnson-Mwwir- et j , " ,.. Tutt's Pi s SAVES MONEY. Xle-'- !. S SPHIITCS. ff j j Family Medicine. hetlth-m,.- a,' mi.-th- J lt - -- K-- 1 I j .....v j j 1 1 i 1 a till lJ net-ring- jS; j " - -- Normal U'' m ..;.;! I,t, '' j utst, iliiiii-iiii- (iv-i.- r - rBuiprmi.PKini..v-,i.miM.i-.iotii.i'.9o- 111 tr K itm, 'fP hcI a J "t0"'l, A. E. GXBBOINTS, -- tint-cla- ss illl ' AiliilO. i Eng-ineerin- , ' hill-top- s. . - -t POSTED. arti-ti- wjt-e-k ... . 2 -- 11 . two-colum- n W.-- tl. ri"....-i.i- ". ..' NOTICE. I sta-Ii- le Q op-i.io- x Vtfxn 1 aUst-nc- e. j NEWCOMB welt-buo- I HOTEL eon-strurt- d I . j dptiH-atio.i.- 1 , , ,, n . 11 IlIss ....u.. - . tU. ." ,' ""''' J j J lb-r- - lth gS SB C Si h! C. OBCW i . I no, I. 1 i'i ,tt l tlie As were a fervid ha- aordb. Mission of the auent the unirU- ( .it.only tin- an. hence apj..-a-.- l as lit. trate'a rsrr Nit unlay, at Holdam'S Mill, t iu need "i so. b a gmcions trutli iu 1 Hon. F. F. Bobbin gave .nire Ohappoll Littl.- we know of ait that isei the he, ami the latter with u pugilwtic t it .it tin- hearts of others. Coining out of turuat of his horny tUt, aent tlie honor- t ut lovely place, whoro had been gath- - el gentlvuian sprawling to'iml ol I moth- i men ami women 01 woniin ami cur It wa all over iu a minute tire, for diamonds flashed, I homd one and the two, like ttie truo ICentuckiuns la ly say to another, "Was not that text theynto, shook hands a few minutes It just Kuitetl me. I'm glad I terwunls and laughil it all oil. Dr. lllair, who recently niovwl from tame'" Woaieofa kin, and Adam's race inherits sin and its consequences, here to I'ineville, mrcompaniod by Judge I was glad, too, 'that I had heanl the ser-- ' Milt Unthauk, passed down to Monday found us on bwml a boat villo Thursdav. Tho doctor, u.. .... .. - .. iw Hwiftly over the Hparklln Chan- - Iadtolcaiu, i uottin a tlnu practice tiiOvaiK tau.iua Lake, towardn the nwjeiubly, uud makiin; nionev band over band in Hi niili'8 from l.kewood. MH uietropolU. Ho says, th.it Juiljjo l win not jnve you now any details ot rrinsley, who is ininiensely popular with my intioductiou to this faiuoiiH mi minor thu inountaineurs, will not lose 100 school, my letter in alieady too lon uud ui.-- uuiu uuui ociuocrais ana I have told you nothiiiK of the journey cans in Wilson'a district, and the doctor on Saturday. We left Cincinnati at 7:3o, oulit to know, lmvinjj been born and a. Jt., comfortably fixed, each iu a seat bred there. large enoiiKh to hold the hand That clever fellow, Mr. Thomas Pet-bSoon the lth tus, familiarly known as "Undo IJuck," this did not last Ion-;of July excursionist bejtnu to crowd in, bus obtained the position of night watch-an- d wo took refuge, with our boxes and man at the Springs. He will not don For three hours the conventional bluo of policemen, nor bundles in the wo were unmolested. The porter had us carry a "billy," but equip-onlto look after, and ho worked faith- - ped with a dark lantern and We had taken no luncheon and quick kodak, his business will be to look fi minutes stop at 12 o'clock was not suf-- J after moonstruck lovers and see that ficient to supply a hungry crowd unless they don't frighten tho owls in the park, men constitute the crowd. Wo tried, overload the hammocks, or, Sappho-likMiss F. went out, money in hand, look- - j leap from the island and drown them' iug her sweetest, but she bad no Bttccess. selves iu the limpid waters of the lake. . - onf 1 1 l .t t li.t.l 'ii 1 !. .1. wondiit'! ii.iw ..... :Z T",nU Z IT " toe wbuhrirthurrit i:, J::;"r...,.oni,u ....... i:!!.H8t,f they doting e I 11 . I o'K-'"-.C!- ' pi. i. iiei l..pp-m- toaek-i-t tlm-t- r iue - - - r.-.- , 11 j Louis-11101. j a bat-Rag- e j ' ut . ak-epe- , brass-mounte- d y catch-me-full- e, ulalory telegrams from prominent ly folks, who were unable to attend the resulted in additiotu to the Presbyte-nuptiiilMr. Wallin and wife will not rian church. Paris Kentnckinn. , return to Crab Kev. J. C. Johnson, of a Chicago says the Policy, L72 ,. . .... ... ..!...-..:.. l.nt ..ft.... mi ..wf..n...n I.J.I.l . tour ivasi, lt....:., meii, isuoHii. mis aniioiiuct- vAiuuiiir uiimi E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor they will settle down at Foireet, where! would be unimportant except from - "fikz- -' T78i.Mr. Wallin is engaged iu couunercial the fact that ho steadfastly "'e v'HV. refused to f r u smai r si. . ius'u in tMt mi isu hi. i.nw..i.. . .. i , .i No Hotel in Kentuclcj- - has a """" 'lj.;'5'ip"u-J..& ue.iovnm.uu.oei- j t r and Iu proprietor 1. deterrnintd repntioc ' rlcacy of prayer in conntenicting disease. J shall be maintained --Tho Kentucky Central strike Is also In other words he was a oil. It was very short nlliiir. who pmcticeil what he preached. He hat recently aJ Jed to it. jpjointrau aeuntor Mnitli, whose voto was nee- The Kentucky Statu Christian Con- esaary to enable the Louisiana Lottery volition will meet at Lexington August people to override the governor's veto of l', and Financial Agent It. F. Clay is Also their bill iu the State Senate, diedTliurs- - urging nil delinquent churches to A Frst-Clas- s Livery dk It was his illness which prevented tribute. One hundred and twenty-fiv- e To accommodate the demand, of bis increased HUSTONVILLE, KY. transient paironaje. ost Turnouts furnished action against tlie veto and led the Sen-- churches have given nothim to evunt.U Commercul Travelers and others. ate majority to declare it uuconstitution-to d. an istic wrk. The 20 evangelists will ie- - 'V," ,tl" lJ? lh,e h,u,,ne" al. Tho House has approved the course port about 3.500 oS of Casl'd 'cti'X.'J of ,11 Und'd loSt'i conversions. . . .. . r u pi of tho Senate and the bill as a constitu- i.c;r.e. nicr is muro were .luree more COUieSSlODS at 01 uerv Descriotion n .ort notice Mr uearly new can lie oLunied I B ttouai auieutlinunt will bo submitted to a the Christian, church Sunday, two sons tre,'n ,,act"r' business and .jii hov our oods to any one needmur aiitthmi; ip on. I will pa) 1 Reward of Fifty Dollars for iiifurmi. !. ' and a daughter popular vote. ot .Mr. Owen Vandevetr. In- lion on conv Ktion of any unauthorized pcrou . 'Pl..... .. Ml 1... !....:... :.. .1. cnurcn to- "VJ in me '" Tho Finest on Earth Found Outtingf Timber or DamSuch frequent addl- The Ciiibimiaii, Hamilton .V Dayton R R 1. ,u,vi at o'clock. aging any Improvements ti0118' w"otnny protracted cll'ort, in-veTTrar;;,n5,,,;ul,c:;ir n the following properly mi UininC c.r service between Cincinnati in- - dicutes a healthy chiitcb life, and the tmt dianapolis and Clucaco and is tho , j . lhelarmsat Hichland known as W A Cash's lisU. JPVv rejoices 111 the good work n.ns Through R.LlimiiB Chair Lars bitweencin. that the pastor, Kev. John Bell Gibson, ". lJou?' l;h- o"K's It acre place, W. cTclnn. win Long's ,a instantly doing. t loii ijap w. Hutchisen's Only Direct Lino oacrefann. reeman nd ynAKES.pTH h ilarren s timber tracts on Buck: LFl ISctuct-Cincinnati, Da) ton. Lima, Toledo, Dejonn iirnbull'i, siacres, John jrK. metres, acres, IM.I Harris', go acres. H troit, the Lake Regions and Canada, ... Treasurer Archer, of MatvUhanan's, 302 'fi. A....1 1. v..v u. ..... viuc.k. ... ine (.. .. ..... i ...... ,..c i.i .11 rowers too acre John Anderson's, t4 acres OhloandtheWlylineeiuenni: Cincinnati Atate ot Willi, WtlO has JUSt been Sentenced tO over jj Wash Harris s,7 aires. Freeman's, 800 acres Rohlnson Ml tract. l..i.in. fjU. ut h.,d,'J'far,,''tJoel P'trevs farm. A Oooch's , firm JMre, lanot only vir- - 111, but l nlo OlMINISHES DnKJJl , a Cude K,df '!'". , " m' Hen' Mil ricketson sale see thev n'...r""'jt a' rc, "'""... acr. readc.ii &D. euher. nor Vit of cincmnao, verging on insanity. The authorities. 4&,'UnT7EttrwS!W-- " u 11, ridi ..'..s'. ., '""'V """-- '' trai t, Stmdo Houe. Cnttasenear d'enat ?-Bay ne win oe insane or perhaps dead in- IU" nnvx., miiihS Or' bird, Hotel, l' ottajte andStorehouse atat Cnh Otten. General 1'assenser and Taket Ajtent. side of three tnomtis, neim i j " 1 s. On-hatd- cTTserni "i"i"suitni uv .viuiiiur rayoite Itowitt. socio-- j Kev. J. M. Lvans' meetiuj? at Kirkwood v"uru':'?r .. 1 1 ?- - ha-fu- ld - i- - tt p. rt in ll c Ii, .!- - uilile. Inn bin. a r" i x luu n i ill rH very r p trouage. an THE MYERS HOUSE ...,.v, et - 11 '". . a " -- sn '"i 1 -- faith-cu.is- t, 4i(S1ii iiftK lffiaSSsPrfitoSl '"y . . rr- oon-da- y. J. T. ST7TTOIT m&mmzm?w s&mixmmtMvk&'.tt. MfSitJ "''' flm. j Pool and llilliard'Parlors -- CO., j Stable 1 1 , $50 ttzyc&Tzc&i " Ktt l'n 1 . . v OTHERS c'fABOTl 3rmti$& ?, ... rKitnu DAbr ' IMITIJ I - Ter-Iry'- Kx-Stat- e . - CHIL u I 1 y-T.- mKtB3imBasuBf m$. " "" ""' 1 ...... ii-ri,,...- 7r. toj.jin A.-e- for Owners. i V 1 W.' A wreck on the Motion killed Kn It is useless to tell any one who knows Gov. McCreary anil who has seen the gineer McXally, of Now Albany, and of wounded r.everal others. picture printed in the Courier-Journa- l Senator McCreery that thev were closely James Morton, of Powell county July 15, 1S90 Ptanfokd, Ky. related. The likeness is very pronounc- rdiot Conductor Stephenson, on tlie Old ed, the shape of the- hiid being almost ICenturky Hotite, when he remonstrated identical. Thev were llrst cousins and with him for taking the ice out of the the Louisville Times explains that the 'cooler, Jl'fe Goods. Shoes. ClotJi- 'There reason they spelled their names dlfler Gov. Buekner has offered a reward .. a t 7v,....i i ,....? ir.. :i DEMOCRATIC TICKET. unit- joo wuiii. l0Lr owwvi; i,r ui.ou f ntly was owing to the mistake of a sign ofSSOOeiirh for the apprehension of 6"i'j painter, w ho substituted au a for an e in Charles '.. and Thomas Jones, who to west, Least Fcr JuO,:c, JOSEPH BARDOUR making a sign for Dr. McCreary, the gov" Appellate Clerk, W V LONOMOOK. John L. Ping, in Pulaski county, to " County Judse, THOMAS W. VARNON ernor's father. It was accepted as the May 17. to to in. ice PAXTOJC; " County Attorney, JOSEPH Hon. W. P. Kimball was seriously right wav of spelling the name and has " County Clrk, GEORGE II. CCOI'ER; chamwe saloon-keep- er TJiere named beaten up bv a of since been written so. Sheriff, J NMENErEE; 7e.no w we do. Joius, at Lexington, whom he insulted " Jailtr. SAMUEL M.OWENS; Tun democrats in McKinley's district while laboring uuder the effects of too " AMttsor, E. I). KENNEDY; " Snp'toJ Common Schools, V. K. MoCI.AKY in Ohio, nfter a long drawn out conven- much booze. " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; tion, in which nearly 300 ballots wen Fire destroyed $000,000 worth of Coroner. ARCH CARSON. taken, nominated John G. Warwick, of property at Philadelphia Sunday; $A0,' Massillon, for Congress. He was elected 000 at tirand Itopids; at least $200,000 at Ir the republican party were not satis-fie- d lieutenant governor with Gov. Hoadley Savannah, besides causing other losses Tlie that it day of usefulness, if it ever and is sad to be a good man. By action not yet estimated. 7ia$ a. had any, is ended and tha it can no of the late legislature the district is Thursday morningat Summit .louse, 17te longer trust to popular favor for'its exis- changed so that the democrats expect to Mt. Washington, N. II., the signal stait to tence, the leaders would not resort to elect their man over the republican tion thermometer indicated 'Jo0 above by by low fo mnny revolutionary, unconstitutional leader on the floor of the House by -- ,300 zero and the top of the mountain was und outrageous measures to perpetuate majority. white with snow and frost. their power. The handwriting on the Mrs. Hardegau, who is feet It is seated that the Rev. R. H. Cald- tall and large iu proportion, over six birth wall is too plain for them to mistake its gave meaning and the force bill, the McCo-ma- s well will run as an independent candi to the largest baby boy on record in bill, the making of States out o? date for county judge iu Boylp, witti the Philadelphia the other day. It weighs J3 rotten boroughs and all manner of parti- hope of securing the republican vote and pounds and is perfectly formed and 7iave to san measures are designed and passed, enough dissatisfied democrats to elect healthy. s of with the view of entrenching themselves him. Having gotten a taste of the Edward A. Gennet, a prominent of office by being elected superinto to in power, while it is possible for them to young business man of Nashville, wa do so. They know that the next House tendent of common schools, the preach killed by an L. A N. train near Edgefield will be overwhelmingly democratic else er would go deeper into the doubtful .function. He was walking alongside ot they would not dare to attempt such an pool of politics, but we hope anil believe the truck and stumbled and fell in front yoming his countvmen will not permit it. outrage as the admission oi of the engine. and Idaho into the sisterhood of States The rate to the G. A. R, meeting at Sterling The Mt. both of which combined have a much And, says: "There is not a democrat in this Boston in August has been fixed at one less population than the averngeexisting round-trip- , alno but a cut has to county who will fail to vote for Wood fare for the congressional district. By their admis- Longmoor for clerk of the Court of Ap- ready commenced and the old veterans To stoc7i been sion though, they get four senators and peal. Carry the news to Judge Tins-le- will likely be hauled free ami given two. two congressmen and that is what they !" It might hav added that no good a chromo besides. are after. They want to fix the Senate Governor Buckner has issued an or Main Street, Stanford, Ky, yi. democrat anywhere in the State will reso that if the oemocrats should win the fuse to support the gallant old cripple, der for the Louisville Legion to go into House and the presidencv, they would who has suffered so much for the cause camp from the LMst to theSSth, at some still be unable, with that body hostile to ho The wheat harvesters nevor hnd a point in the Cumberland mountains, eibelieved to be right. them, to repeal the vicious and partisan at Cumberland Gap or nlotig the better soason for thoir work. Many ther legislation now being enacted by Iked Gkn--. JohsC FnnMo.s-T- , the first re- new line of the L. fc N. crops have been threshed, but the yield and his too willingjmob, for 10 years at publican candidate for the presidency, Another murder is charged to the iu most instances has been disappointleast. It is the expiring elfort of a par y died suddenlv oi peritonitis Sunday in Hatfield gang in West Virginia. Some ing. Mr. V. K. Tribble raised HlOj biii doomed to defeat and disintegration. New York. He did brilliant service in time ago Detective Napier, known as els on 25 acres and sold it at "s pts. The people are sure to put the sea! of the Mexican war and gained a national "Kentucky Bill," went among thorn to The Gypsies sold 10 hem! of mules tu its condemnation on it in no uncertain reputation by n trip ai ross the continent make an arrest. Friday his body was Jewell A Patterson at $140 per head. Thwav in November. with Lewis and Clarke, for which he was found riddled with bullets. Mercer Grain A Coal Company have.-ogiven the name of the "Pathfinder." Af receiving wheat Mt 70 cent. large "Hell hath no fury like a woman terwards he was elected L. S. Senator t A on number of people attempted moncedactive sales newvet. Old wheats) as the fenv hont at Halifax hi. but no as when it was t ecorned" is as true " California. "N "l fore the vessel was safely at the dock. Ots. Harrodsburg Democrat. j given utterance to. Four years ago fom fust -- A tract of V acres belonging to the During the crowding a portion of the n fearful wreck on the Kentucky Central The Silver Bill passed the House as it Rooheitor, lying U1JLJL11 W , killed Capt. Nichols and others, of Bour- came from the Senate PJ- - to 1'0 and the boat gave way, precipitating men, wo. estate of the late John J . men and children into the water. Four m ar White's Mill in the East End, sold j bon. After careful investigation, it was president's signature will clinch the busdead bodies wero recovered and it is at auction yesterday to satisfy a debt attributed to the spreading of the rails, iness. The Senate Inst week passed two due .John Buchanan. Dr. John B. Owsthough many of the railroad men failed very vicious subsidy bills the Frye Ton- thought many more were lost. The Colored Odd Fellows held their ley bought it for th heirs at $0a. to concur in the opiuion. Last week a nage bill and the Potal Suosidy. The H. N. Burgin recently sold 200 head 10th animal meeting at Winchester Friwoman applied at the principal offices of rada have it al! their own wav now and Hum), Hustonrillc; day, when 10S lodges with a membership of sheep to Burns the company and told the officials that a they are making hav while the sun of over o.OOO were represented. They the wethers and ewes at :c and the lambs certain man had caused the wreck and shines. own ioOjOOO worth of property and last at 4c. James George sold last week 3"i had done so through spite for having year paid $10,000 in sick benefits. Their head of good mountain cattlo to John A. W. H. MILLER, ESQ. been discharged. Detectives were put 5 to 2c. He at once on the track of the man and there The Democratic County Committee Endors- next meeting will be at Danville in Woods, of Danville, at COLLARS AND Ct'Kl'S ISttl. bought six mnle colts at from ;&0 to is every indication that he will be John Rains, who killed Harvey Tin- $ii".o0. He also sold 20 hogs to Tone es His Candidacy brought to punishment for his crime. He ner, near Middlesboro, two weeks ago, Hunt), of Hustonville, at 3e. 'omewt was the woman's lover, but left her to And Urges the Party to Vote For Him, surrendered to the authorities at Pine-- Reporter. and the County Ticket. weep, after ruining her on a promise of ville, was put on trial and acquitted. The Henry L. Martin and T. M. Parrish, At a m'tting of the Democratic Coun- marriage. Either crime ought to put his dispatch says this last killing ends the of this place, bought of Mr. J. Mibs, h ty Commute, W. H. Miller appeared miserable neck in the hangman's noose. jb;fjre it and suunitted his claim, sit a notorious Yellow Crek feud, which has miller of Frankfort, 20,000 bushels cf in existence Senator T. C. McOkeeky died at his cmdidate to represent the county of beenus hope so. for the past eight years. wheat Jo grade No. 2, at 74 cents to be Let delivered on July 24th at the elevator of home ne ir O wensboro last week of paral- Liucolu in Unconstitutional convention, Tiie new hoard of education of the Mr. Miles hi Frankfort. It is thought ysis, niter n long confinement. His mind and upon motid the said committee inSomerset public school has been orgaui- as well as his body- - as affected and h dorses the said Miller for representative inev win rvalue a nnnusouit' rom uv.m zed and has arranged to erect two school has been a most pitiable object fora long iu the constitutional convention and it. One of tliein rcinsea a prom oi i.iy buildings, to cost $L':.000 and $10,000 res. for his interesfin th transaction. Mid time, as helpless as a baby and with less r commends him as a suitable democrat pectively. Prof. J. M. '. Downs has way Clipper. mind than one. H was a wheel hors" t fill said office. been retained as superintendent and f E. W. Lee sold to w. H. Gray .5 in his day, however, and for four success It is recommended by this committee other teachers will be required, most of ' Tonn0f:se,. e,vet at $ Pl.r had and pur ive timed was nominated for Congress that as the democrats of said county and by the democracy, failiugof election each State have iu the fielda candidate for the whom are now engaged chased last wtk ol T. P. Ripy.of Ander The St. Paul Lake Region was swept son county, 300 topped cattle; 2Q, avertimes by a few vots, in a district over- office of clerk of the Court of Appeals, whelmingly whig. In ISfiS he was elect- we hereby urge all democrats to come to by a terrible cyclone Sunday and mauy aging 1.10J jKiunds at "f'JOO, and 100, aved U. S. Senntorto till Mr. Guthrie's un- the polls and cast their suffrages for W. boating parties went down in tlie foam- eraging about 1,000 pounds, at $3 23. S. ing waves. Hundreds of persons BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF expired term. Ho was defeated as hio W. Longmoor for said office, and we fur- missing ami many received serious aie E. Bottom, of this county, sold last week or own sucivsM.r by John W. Stevenson, ther urge all the democrats of said coun- fatal injuries. A steamer was capsi.ed to Woodson B. Arnold his farm of 2M) but was in lb".', chosen to fill a full term ty to votu the fu'! ticknt for all the coun- nnd 200 passengers go to the bottom of acres, near Perry ville, for $12,000. (ho. Lake Pepin. Onlv 20 survive to tell- of Harman's of six years. After serving it, he retir- ty offices. hld of wheat averaged T. D. Ncwlani), Ch'n. :...... .1... ......'..I "" ,.f .'!,..: .. i,,. Yl",r" ... .... ,.,...., ,.. r,1,.1l ''v.-. V ed to his faun and shoitly afterwards ""-- c' D. W. Vaxdevkku, Scc'y. ' ' ' persons were Killed outright and ten " ,,uo"r'r' "" hogs, Tuesday was. attacked with the disease that wrecR" (iervais. H. Prewit shipped on wouudeti on the shores of averaging 224 p o.md-- , for which he paid NEWS CONDENSED ed him physically and mentally, and fFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. D. F. Logan Uj cents. One of our inally ended his days. The Excelsior and Sharp distilleries The first bale of Texas cotton, i30, farmeis sold 2.000 bushels of old ami ,;o John S. May has been declared the re- in Bourbon have been bought by Penn rt sold at Dallas for $1,000. b",,,,',t! o m'w w h,,ftl tU Wet'k ntSfi Hubble, of Cincinnati, for 45,000. l publican nominee for member of "'' -- A. L. Spoonamore sold to W. Mr. J. E. Murrell has retired from convention from Pulaski. His Hail a gelding for ilhO. GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, It is now given out us an abtoluto Nw and Mr. Win. opponents, Senator Paul and L. D. Par- the Inter-StatJohnson, of Boyle, bought of Snow fact tmt tj,u Muriis de Leu ville and is holding a lone hand. ker, withdrew when they saw he had Bros. 10 cattle at 2J cts. are to be man ied very Mrs. Frank The Louisville Base Ball Club downthem beat. There is said to be great disFon Sale. :)00 stock ewes and oU0 ' E00n. satisfaction iu the party over the nomi- ed tliu Athletics four games iu success- wethers. Uivens tt Carter, Moreland. Although unable to tand during nation, and many say they will support ion, making 12 straight games that the Ben Robinson bought heie yestei- - the ceremony, Henry M. Mauley, the a democrat in preference to Mr. May, club has won. day 30 head of ewes and lambs mixed at African explorer, faced the music Satur-:.2- 5 John Hart, a crazy Irishman, not on ' who was one of Gen. Morgan's famous per head. day that made him the husband of Miss raiders. The fact that ho fought for the ly killed his mother at Dublin, but chopI). .N. Prewitt bought of West End DorotheaTennant,au Lavish spinster. ami was lost cause is the sole objection to him. ped her body into mince-mea- t parties a of 2 and cat- - The ceremony oc urred in Loudon. Judge Tiusley is evidently needed down eating it when discovered. tie at 2J to 2 j cts. The Erie will run an excursion to there to inaugurate the era of brotherly Is more complete than any time this season. James Underwood bought of AlexNiagara and Toronto July 01 at $3 and 50 love and to annihilate the feeling of secBros, a pair of mure mules or $325 ander Tickets tional animosity. Go down and talk to respectively for the round-tri- p. and a brood mare for $100. Lot on Main Street in Stanford good to return till Aug. 5. 'em, judge. The old Globe in CinCot tu. in,-- i acres. Alf Cooper, who was hung at BirIsn't it about time that Col. Adams mingham, Friday, was pulling at a cigar- cinnati was burned and with it 1,300 Term, eafcy. f R. WALTON, Stnfotd. was putting a stop to the impression ette when last seen before the black cap nvonca'io ui wuciau ncijk iljl ill MUUne, loss 175,000. that he is sulking over the result of the was drawn over his features. Thomas Metcalf is wheat leceiver at late convention? If he is the democrat The proposition to give SloO.OOO to Let ai Crab Orchard Fcr Sah, Hcuse triVdand true that he has been counted, the Lexington & Richmond railroad car- the New Roller Mills. Ho has already and as wo believe him to be, lie will see ried in tliu former city Saturday by 355 placed S.000 bushels ill the elevator, A House and Lot, cntixting f 14 Acrt, lccit-- , which cost an averago of 75 cts. that the republican guns are spiked majority. Fayette will give .$30,000. tcl .l Crali Orchard, Ky . ami known thr SliMrs, Giirlhflil Intel V soli! i fnrit n.ir vU properly, on Block Iro Depot. Tim hcuatthoroughly and their ammuuitiou taken Green Clark, a farmer, living near 'restOllblirg, out. Kv., to Speculators for $",- - jopen ixtrehnml portico, with all away. Now is your time, colonel, to St. Joseph, Mo., was stung ou V II. Kdwintoii, building!. Call on or the left 000, Willcll den. Garfield ." bouilt during Crab Orchard, Ky., or addrvxHiiteTille. Ky. me at show your hand one way or the other. templo by a honey beo and died from vxmukl iii.aik. m l the earh'davsof the war for 1l.k than! tlie effects in less than ten minutes. 700. Cot.. W. II. Poi.k, who has just estabBen Butterworth, of Cincinnati, has Michigan's wheat crop is leported , 1 7T lished the Democrat at Middlesboro, baa Are headquarters for I T" 1 VPT'sl V already stepped so lar into the good gra- been elected secretary of the World's, by the Bureau of rami Statistics at 18,- - ( Oil 1"H lOllJT ces of the city council us o secure its Fair at a salary of .$12,000 and will not 83I.W0 bushels, an average of 13.BJ bush-- , RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. be a candidatu for to Con- - eis to the acre. This is t.000,000 bushels dfco. printing at good prices. He is making a SmIoi open Stpf. 10, ioo. Ivb than last year. good paper and deserves the success he K,eS8 Xf A terrific explosion, which was felt Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Mr. Geofge Miller Glveus is back. Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments, is achieving. Steel parta of Chicago, occurred in from Tennessee, where he bought 500 csslcal. Scientific, and Commercial in many Expenses moderate Sioo to Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to We are obliged to the Elizabet'atown the hold of the steamer Tioga, which fcheep at has them now Lourscs. those no ;, Atteniance last scssion 326 from News for its unsought advice and offer was being unloaded. Of the U8 men on for sale, He says the market for sheep 25 states and territories. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to our apologies or uotionsultinf; it in ad- her at the time all were more or less in- in the fc'outh has a decided upward ten- - For full information and catalogue, address jured and 19 killed. do good work, or no sale Ask your neighbor. vance. We shall do ko hereafter. deicy- L. H. BLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal WE ARE CHAMPIONS - - W. P. WALTON. -- inur-deie- d 15 is no doubt of it. are chauwions in the Dm :,., t,...,,7. nurvut rui. iruuu. j.tri, jui u tw Lnt rutin, gooas j or tne money; sccona, for scitniQ at me prices; mira, jor allowing you e.vehange anything you buy if you are not vlcased; fourth, the store and in have sell, both for truth telling in regard what the paper. are dozens other tilings in which lead for the pionship, which yon as well as i A Long Run Makes a Short Jump. steady, 7iealt7iful growl7i of trade in all of the departments of our proven tliat tlie casn system, conducted in businsss fair and, square most satis factor business lilte manner is tlie masses. Cnder this long experience, leading rule, bached excellent goods and uniform prices, We Have Attracted and Pleased flesh-pot- All classes of people and at tlie present rate of increase we'll svread out and enlarge all our departments. Buyers of any goods iu our line will find it greatly tJieir interest visit THE LOUISVILLE STORE f Sentinel-Democr- y select from tlie many attractive bargains t7iat arc on display. Prices longer an object with us. Our only aim is clear out our immense are accomplisli tliis tlie greater portion of our stock. cut lialf has in SALINGER, .llnimgcr. MEN'S WEAR. Hats, Neckwear, - I to-da- y ct f SinDC! .TTO, kJIJlUOlOt vl J ?J li Flannel Shirts, Fine Dress Shirts, Long-mo- 1 I Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. i i j "" """' , -- I'".e. f-- .- . , " . thecon-btitutiona- e MXJ-pou- L-s- lie i Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c.; SEVERANCE &SON. i car-loa- d FOR SALE! i io Ware-hous- t e I i i, ! j m I - - iiect-iir- i HIGGINS &M'KINNEY s. 1Uiai j Hl t Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, .H,'ii,ii, i . f Aft lllii li'aiitafti Ja& r.. . JSfc.-- litaVn . ."mini r--- ti fa ftitinrikSiuti, ,;;t HI VPL W r-- iAk.. t. UK vm i Ti i'S lli'f JTFW - V iSEMI-WEEKL- 7A f? IF Gov. McCkeary has oirered a bill to acont for tho Whiteley twine binder and mower, the best In the world. erect a pnblic building at Lawrencebury j J. N. Menefee. at n cost of 57.VOOO. What's the matte Huv wire hcruens for doors and "windoint; tho tame for Stanford ? She FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1800. Notmimi of consequence was done In with &TANFOKD, KY. Jt'tW .5 18'JO dows of Sine 4t Menefeo. Is a lamer and better town. - - - 31. the county court yesterday and no Mock A. 31., FoiiKMt.s ninl ildincsiic fruits of every wflb Mild at auction. It was a. very dulj n Ic.M.tr! W V i vnrrpnn .. Pilt C.WALTON.BUH.ManflRer description nt H. ZlmmerV. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent day Indeed. from Gov. Hindman yesterday saying for the Cumber- Boarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send that the 1 It is fsuttlirm tini and want u lint Tub list of .Tuly has come ami cone MEANS BUSINESS, you .v me. Take this to yourself. W. and I would take it as a pperlal fnvor If land Hailroad had been secured in Adair for Catalogue. and urging him Jo go to Casey anil sePay vour Accounts. Iinean yon A. J. MelJoberts. thofe who owe tne would call ahd settle, K. renny. cure it there. He will do so at once. Dort'r forget ttie picnic at CookV l'leate do not neglect this as I need the Watciiks nml jewelry repaired and Tiik 10 Lincoln county bonds of i"00 warranted. A. H. lVnny. Springs Friday. It will he a bin thing. monev. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. each, bearing per cent, interest, adverTun best place to buy drtipp, patent J. !', Cook, proprietor. Tin. (iarrard Fair, with SI.sOO in premedicines and toilet articles is Ht A. H. miums, follows immediately on the heels tised to be sold yesterday, brought from IYunvV. Two hundred thousand "03to 5508 each, an average of 5'V--O bi'Y your Hcbool book?, ink, tablet?, brick now ready for delivery. Trice rea- - of the llustonville Fair and promises to premium on each bond, thehigbest price My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry arc now on exhibition. The phiier pviicilH and school supplies of all be n good one. The people of that counHonable. 15. K. Wearcn. they have brought in several vears. Dr. kinds from A. K. IVnnv. ty never do things by halves. stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. 1ot. A eilver watch, on the Danville Tun llustonville Fair will begin one Kd Alcorn, fors the llustonville National Call and see it PERSONAL POINTS. Bank, bought and J. J. Williams, of before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to pike, near Kverheart Hundley's resiweek frnn There is every assur- Mt. Vernon, the other two. Mimj Maiiy Vunon iirback from n vis- dence, l'eward. J. F. Totten. give satisfaction or money refunded. Kine watch repairing a specialty. ance that it will be a gratifying success. it to Lexington. ' It is not often that Stanford is bondwii.i, be able to accommodate all who Its premiums are liberal and everybody Mil Liz.ik DAVihOS Im vibitlni: in ed with the presence of a attend the llustonville Fair and will do knows what a pleasant place llustonWashington county. candidate, though the visits of a canstyle. I'. W. (i recti, pro- ville is for such occasions. Dk. U. A.Tnwum left yesterday for so in didate for the presidency are quite com' prietor Wcatherford Hotel. .GO TO. several weeks' vicit in Adair. Fikk. Squire Cirillln, who lives near mon. Dr. John A. Urooks, who ran Mil. ItOIIKUT McAl.IlTEK Is HCckllie, I. !. CaiiI'KNtkk, of Somerset, will be Kings ville, had the misfortune to lose with (Jen. Fisk on the prohibition ticket health nt I.innietta Springs. e in llustonville on the isth and will re- his house by lire the laEt of last week. in 1S8h, will speak at the MihH Anna Hntn, of the West Knd, 1h '2: '.0 in the interest of Mrs. Henat main a few days. Tbose indebted to The loss of houw and contents amounted the KUest of Miss llewde Held. him are expected to settle their accounts to alout VM and as it was his all, it fell ry, candidate for appellate clerk, who I.kni Wmjjon, of Lexington, Is wjth without further delay. heavily on turn. A detective Hue was will propahly accompany him. hip aunt, Mrs. Martha I'axton. GROCERY" the cause. A 3sake Stohy. Charley McHoberts WtiiLi: driving Sunday afternoon at Mit. William TriK eh, who has been Si'imkim.. Mr. W. II. Miller outlined says he saw n light between a snake and Crab Orchard Springs Mr. (ieorge very pick with fever, is nearly well. .1. 11. HiiKi KiNiuixiK and for Ken- his views of what is most needed in our a hen Saturday, which ended in the hen assistant district attorney Sb.vitoii Hreckinridge, Jr., were hero yehterday. tucky, on tiered a stroke of paralysis, constitutional law in a short spech, yes swallowing the reptile head and tail, alMik Anmi: Hwiimn 1p back from u which rendered him unconscious for sev- terdav. which was received with enthu though it was fully '.'0 inches long. lp e to yesterday the hen was still alive anil protracted vitdt to relatives in thefe'outh. eral hours. He is yet in a precarious "iasm. As he is certain to be the from this county, we shall in a sub- cheerful and gave no signs of any dis.Mim.1u.iv lb: wh.kv, of lluptonville, condition. sequent issue give the substance of his comfort in her internal arrangements. Ituu. Harrodsburg is vifhlng MIm & SiwiiavDcsseiit. Justaftereatingdir.-no- r remarks. He wax followed by J. T. Hack-le- As Charley is a prohibitionist and does Democrat. Wax, Sunday little Charley Zinimcr tilled the prohibition candidate for the' not see snakes, unless they are really Mil. AND MllH. Cl.MIKNCK (t VNO, Of Dab his mouth with pins and attempted to same office, and he commenced bv saying' there, we give his statement with a feel, TexMH. Kitbud up to Crab Orcliastl drink water while they were still there. his party had nominated the commonest ing of absolute yebtorday. One found its way down his throat and kind of a farmer for delegate. He was, Mils. Husky Caiitkii, nee Tucker, Is m Car-LoFo" l1'1' sak'- - of Parading a few days as it was with mnrh tiouble that Dr. I'ey-to- u opposed to attorneys holding all the oill- ad Id with fever and llux that she is not exsucceeded in getting it out. ces and to circuit judges drawing pay for a candidate, with no earthly show of pected to live. election. Krn S. Gooch, whom the dem-tW. 1. ll.i.n,a prominent stock trad July lfith, eight lots in Crab what they did not do. He would vote ' piwl 'rom his obscurity and hon nlace the prohibition of the nmnufnc p Just received by er of Wayne county, was hero on Orvlmrd, belonging to the heirs of Mrs. ture and sale of honor in th constitu- - ored with election to the legislature, yes Saturday. .Jennie Artnendt, will be sold publicly nt He was just getting down to work tt'rday accepted the nomination for coun Mn. W. It. Ma ibh arrived from Nttdi-viil- e that plnee. Two contain dwellings one tion. judge tendered by a few prohibition an-,- " AH nrettv well when Mrs. Moore r.as Sunday afternoon and is with lilts woith 5vS,000-a- nd one a storo-rooand he mvii wnv to her. She '"- and will make the race againr-- t the nnmi.-ewife at Col. Miller'p.- aro suitable for bmlilings and are conveDealer in mn 'v,' ,li1 t0 kt,'I' hi,n floin l)t' Mrs. John J. Mvltomrre are nient to C. U. Springs. Terms, n credit .noko for an hour or so and verv lluentlv n ior Mil and froul tl'1' tra,k whtn he ran went over the old prohibition argument bck from a week's viU to i obi lives in oi six months. Such shameless in we have heard so often. Her speech for representative (lurrurd and MmIUoii. - gratitude will surely be rebuked in no Tiiosr of our citizens who have stork was very warmly received by the probiMk. m Mhp. Jr.vifs Cai.wru., of uncertain way in August, liut we shall on a visit to Capt. in the First National Ituuk of Florence, bitiomsts, who seem never to tire of lis- have more to say about this Louisville, hnve been Cor. Main and Somerset streets. matter when At the con glad to know that a divi tening to hal kind of talk Ala., will bo and Mr. K. T. HorbwjU-r- . we have more time and space. declared to- - clusion of her remarks Hon. Fontaine Mn. M. K. Cox. of Uncoln comity, isi dent! of :i per cent, will be got up and said be only put the lav. Ttiu institution liuido over 7 Iter the gucpt if "ye iitor" and family NEW AI)VKUTISEMKNT cent, for the last six months on its capi- notice in the jwper that he did to draw WIIHttinslMirg News. had sucMr. J. H. M nws. of the laincAbturltee-crd- . tal of 5100,000, the balance of which after a crowd for the speakers and he REMEMBER THE newspaper man who paying the dividend, is catrlcd to the ceeded. They had crowded the heads of was the only the audience with ideas and now the dull comity court yester- surplus. attended our Having secured the Services of crowd might crowd out, which it did day. A KH)Uold democrat ,pro;Kunds this good humor. t I'm i.i.vb CiiiiMUt! and Miss Annie pertinent conuudnim: "What do those in gret visitTurner, of Atlanta, who has been old croakers mean about I.ongmoor The I. .Is. HaveaToI'uii Time. After I am now fully prepared to do ing her. left Sntiuday to t Mr. Joe .. swindling Adams out of the nomination? a week of hardships of various charae-- , (iriincp, at Klianiietmown Im illil il li l.Mfl! nniuvillo ntnl Friinl:. ters, Manager Penny and those of the 5, 6, 7, 8. Mm. Kixas Whu.iit and hflrdanghter, j (on COI11,,int.a Rt thi)ir own 0,i m t( IsTEinon JoniNAL base ball club who ac 1 or I krf f I'uy. I.ita, of Osceola, .mo., are n Illnn in ,lt. paj wrtikh 0f llfec-a- biwt companied him, returned Saturday night. vii Miss E.i It hi rn'fc Orvlientra Fine Show of Stock guects of Mr. A. A. MHClnnuy. lw0 CMr,j8 jn the lmti 8joovc i,e jj, t,ntj. The tour, which was looked forward to Excursions on All Railroads Each AND Mn. I.I.IK Waulmk and iiaugnter, tied to all he wins.' fur weeks, proved neither .i financial huc- Day. guestp of Miss IJvrdie. of Mionri. are cess nor the source of much pleasure-J no M Mf)tr. Sec y i C. P. i il. Trt. unauie to gie In the rtrst place trouble was had in se. ill II n nti:, Mr. J. !'. Hrtiley and Miss iuise. Mn. ani Mkp H. W. Hoi kku and Miss bond, was taken to Monticollo Saturday curing nine men, only two going from! All work warranted and promptly done. Helen Ketchein went to Hock Castle l,y Deputy J. U. Hardin, where hewidi this place, nnd the rest of the nine, ex- have to lie in jail till circuit court, four cepting ! T TH Springs Saturday for a week's stay. of Lebanon, Howman, 7T J-joined a tilasgow or tlve ufoiillis hence. It is said that the of Louisville, and Morrow, of Somerset, X I j I I Mn. H. H. Dask lA I K ' 1 1 L party nnd with MIks Alpha Tyree took in little case of cutting against him doesn't was picked up at Lexington. Never bav- - --J amount to much and had he stood his ing nlaved together they knew not the the sights at Mammoth Cuve. Friday. IRlliAY AM) SATl'KDAY following are at Hales Well: Mis. trial and not run oil, leaving Mr. Tub strong and'woak ipinlitiesof each other, I staggand din, his surety, to pay his bail, he would and it H. I'onnv and child, s 26, 1890. cot something to find out tbi6e 25 wife. J. W. Haydeii and family and .loo have long since been clear of it. things. At Mt. Sterling, where they ' McC'lary. U QAiA The strike on the L. A N. is off" for the "opened the canvass," a small crowd O ,uUU IN I'RKMIU.MS on Sor-- ekv mt titni.I Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, lle, harm- -, rod Ac. 'I Mits. J. M. HiBBMm wont to Atlanta, Wall giceted them nnd the inesponsible man-present. Tlw brakemen and switchmen it ny I'airin the State. (in., yesterday to see her niece, Miss St nil for catalogue Aililrt ager, instead of coining up with his Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, wont Iwck to work Fridayon a promise JAS. K. MARKS. Sn.". Laura McAnally, who is threatened with L,aniiitr, Ky. 39 id from (ienural Manager Metcalfe that guarantee, could raise only S for the Jewelry and Silverware. typhoid fever. two games. This was a small matter, withwith his he would consider their claims wt inr. K. 15. CunwEix, Jr., out prejudice and report in teifr days though, and would be already forgotten daughter, Miss Urn. ami Mi Docin Mo-THE 5TH EXHIBITION whether it is poeibIe for the company were it not for the fact that the boys inKeiuie, of Waynesburg, paid us a pleasstead of trying to bent them at ball only, to pay them more wages or not. Tratllc The Railroad "walk-over- " ant call yesterday. act on them. Bow3 was at once resumed and the freight en- tried the O Mns. Pi:. John Jamhson, of ltourbon, 75 gine whistles were again heard in the man, who is as gentlemanly a young man ai companioil by two handsome young lanft along the road. The brakemen on as ever wore uniform, made a little kick a Miss Fields .Jameson and Miss x. n on a decision of the umpire, as is fre this division did not strike. n guests of Mrs. Ci. C. aie quently done, when that official w nil an o V Tiik London Kcho says that Will Piinn oath ordered him to shut up or he would Mns. Li rv K. Tavloi:, of 1'ulaski, h..s got i'2't on a c check from Antonio be put oil the ground. This was not V county right forStephenson's French Vogliotte and started to Hock Castle enough insult, and a fresh youth named the il) c HeM;; . . and mylor system for cutting ladies' gar- Springs. Afterwards Mr. V. gottothink-in- Apperson got in his dirty work with a eountv. She o u ments and will canvas the nliout the matterand soon found that tilthy lot of epithets. Our boys, would a is at Mrs. Kugene Kelley's for the pres- he had been victimized. He immediate have resented each insult then nnd there n "3 ly swore out n warrant and placed it in but nd vice from the more gentlemanly - VI Mns. J. I. MiKiNNLV, "Katydid," of the hands of Sheriff Pcnrl, who pursued players, coupled with a little discretion, Mrititi'omerv. Ala., nassed up Friday to Dunn and brought him back to town. It caused them to let the matter drop. At . ....w. '1 y spend a month at the hotel at Oreen Uriar wag eoo foumj thnt he was wrong men- - 1'aris, where they went on the following o Springs, named for her. she was accom- tftjjy an,j on ,,e rt.tnrn n( the ?Jo he was invitation and telegram, "You may de. 8 BIG PREMIUM M panied by .Mrs. Thorington, a very hand- ,jj,ci,ar;ed. pent! on 'o a game," they fared worse Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. , T i particulate and iatalosue dJrrs s nne ladv, also of Montgomery. from a monetary standpoint and nearly S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc. Clk. B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, , The prospect for the early building of as badly otherwise. The toughs they M. U. Thomson-- principal of the 1'kof. J 11. COOK, Seirelary, Hubtonville Christian College, wa6 here the Cumberland railroad is brighter now played with would not begin the game Husunville, Ky. S AN'l'ORD, Ky Saturday to receive the beautiful cata- - than it has been at any time. A compa- unless their manager was made the um Mam Street, l pp logues this olhVe had just printed for him ny with plenty of money is willing to pire and when tho tlrst ball was tossed and depot and with which he was very much de- - build it, if the cheating nnd thieving began. In the grounds are secured, nnd it is now con- - the lighted. His school will open Sept. 1. face of the telegrnin they sentthuy claim reprivate')-- . It has J to We Uu.v. K. M. Ciaxo, of Dallas, Texas, suienng ine auvisaoiiny oi making a ed that they were playing for gate re-- Acres wantfine cell our Farm tlateot cultivation ami lies near in a survey. It begins to look very much passed up the road yesterday with his was our club Hubble, Lincoln county Call on or address u at ceipts and the consequence llul.hle, Ky moustache and long, flowing beard cut like we are to have this got nothing wbilo the Pans boys stole MENEFEE. HKUR1NG 82m reputation was not so well and splendid road opened before very about $15, the gate receipts amounting ofl and if his A Suro Curo for nil Diseases In established we should have thought he long. As Col. D. W. Vandeveerbilt to about that. Cynthinna did the square en route to Camilla instead of Crab marks, "The road's going to bo built, thinu when our team got there nnd tho IOE37-IGiE- 3. there's no 27 way. about it." Orchard Springs. bovs will not soon forget tho courteous C01 imcncing Mcmlav, May iu. wv w i'I r.111 a ref ' ,f ( .. m Opt of tlu? whiteteaehers examined treatment of Manager HedjieH and other ' ,iur ut waon ami deliver icf at the ho VICINITYr CITY AND r.rSrtKTisikt !r;V " " B. .kaatiUBBSHkM H. II. lul - members of that club. Although our bv Miss Ilet Uotde and l'rof. .v claus to tie j.'ni ony one failed to reach the neees - boys were defeated the tlrst name H to uremer a. tf Tin: hoiiH' an.i ioi iifiuiuiK Arlslns from Impurities of tho Blood, unit heirs of Chiton iuiciicb, no ihiiiihhi u jnry avorl,KO t0 bvran a certificate and r .mil tliu Intli.r tliv iliil tint luivo time from Functional Derancements. JBOJcvXJ Keuben Kncleman, sold at coinitiitsion wt;wj, 'not m0rtify him bv givhiK his to finish, not a won! of unpleasantness li&c jEjJLiJLi W. I Withers for mun ... .rof- - w. escaped the lips of either side and the 1. of those who j,,,,, f'H sale yehterday to A DEAD SHOT ON WORKS, AHD A CERTAIN t 't Wayne&- - J'8 were even thankful to meet defeat at tz: am utll prepared 10 bore welts and wil' II. Crefcg, who is to teach tho g the hands of such gentlemen. They yot uork in a uhi manner una promptly PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. u Thk opening ball of Crab Orchard ijUVj, hC.jl()ol, received tho higheM. . ' At One Dollar a Foot. will take jdnco I'riday evening Oi;or,( and Mrs. W. K. lJiichannn the a iMiarantec of ?."0 ns well as haviue, the V C llailey, General .Men hin.Jie, Turneril.e; FcnalebvA. R. IVnnr, L'tui.iiit. Stanfor.!, Vv. V Vaneshui(;, McC ally, Druxgut, Kingsville; C C Cuxh.V Co N' te II J re, Mt Salem, Considering the honor of playing before a crowd of ladies Call on or ddres mc at hUnlord, TKentU' III L. SMI next, when a number of yuiini: people n(,it hiejiest-S- ". tf V It M 1'ierson, Kowlaud, J t kc .ten, Drugist, Milledgeville; r Arthur e'ller. Druggist, fesCraMJrx hard W H Comm nsr. Central Merchandise, Preachersyille; J A Williams, Drngsist. touyhness of many of the iiuefctions there, the only place they turned out to of this, plftco will participate m the Mi.Kinncv C H naiier.Ceniiral Merchandise, Highland. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., adopted by the State Uoard, theso aro 6ee the pame at all. The Mt. Sterling tivities. Friday six colored and Paris clubs are invited to play n ., f .,!,... iiiiIh showerH fell capital avcraReu. . Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, examined and nil passed pime on our grounds, while the Cynthl-ana- s teachers were Sunday, but not enough to wet tho TANFORD, KY. will meet a cordial welcome wheth, creditably. Anotherollered himself, but uound which la thorouuhly dry. To-- after lookinK over the questions, he with-t- il er they come here to play ball or otherWells drilled to order and rumps lurmshed at Hook Keeping, Short Band, Telegraphy, IsfY r the signal service promises us fair ' 2 factory prices. Write rCM(fn and full iitormalior. bl W WlOVIUsVisCnj wise. m a lBOro convenient seson. cooler weather. Y INTERIORJOURNAL Hkpork buying your coal see Wearcn. 11. K. 1 am iStanfordFeniale College I J. T IirBAKI, President. m right-of-wa- y AM READY FOR BUSINESS. ! Ilr&t-clat- -s to-da- 1 ROBT. FEBTZEI.. tlrst-cliib- s Court-Hous- to-da- y AoAoWAKREN9! "3IODEI y I)n-Hell- c, dek-gat- For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Etc. y, ' Fresh oflanawha Salt ' o To-ha- y, ' bnsi-nep- - ,nt :.mab:k Groceries, Hardware, &c, habdin j thl-wee- I k. j Mi-.f- Danville Fair, AG. MR. THOS. DAIaTOINT, OF CHICAGO, vi-4- 1 I j Ina ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK i ' ' Mm-kin- , j j ' GARRARD CO. G'niririT ri llj U U II - A. R. PENNY. Hai-W- dl JIXY (I 1 and j DRUGS and JEWELRY ; 1 J S-- i j i 1 - MMPBE7 "WATM9 Best Watch. --r- s. Satin-M- oore, ktonviilc Fair July 22, 23 and 2 :?-'- g n - u J u n LIST. - i-- jo-t- il W. B. MoBOBEBTS, Couri-Hou- 1 right-of-wa- MRMFORSLE vV DR. ELLIOTT'S 1 long-talked-- i Medicated Food, re-w- ' j 1 j ! ZXtoi . HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs I G, - $tt' I aver-Sprin- Kiii -. 1 - z-- -' ; j BRYANT & STRATTON Business College OIIIQVILLLEl ,"- -i, . : r; is NfMUfn f , 'T'"" i.yu. tnl-M- t...Li.,. ,i.lM, .,, ,,,,,..,, ....j., ,. ,,u,, ,ff.BWI1s,t,Wi yyt.. i' iy n'niiiiywiyn.)f "; issksyasyssti iTiMylygg XT' t A ly Semi-Week- 1 m IT t Jk K GiYEsis 1, tlressea Tight I.arlng Again In Vnijiie, .More, tlia REAL. E3TATE, Etfery Tuesday and Friday lavishly with ribbons sewn flat upon the Publlahod ed. It is guaranteed to giv pcrlect satofactior, ntyt '0j5H,svlllt NiwAntsraCsicicaftt'is- surface of the gooiU ui horizontal stri'ioa. or money reiunueu incr jj nnn per uu - Copyright by American Prvsa Aa.ocKtlon " for sale by A R Penny, Stantord, Ky. None but very slender, graceful figure There is a shocking amount of tight .ADVa-YXClT-. can bear these. Town Lots, Ciul, Irn anJ lim'.r l.jn l bouzlit S XKIt YKAB.IX rtonmrkublo Rescue. lacing again, with the long, narrow or sold on Commii m e III . makeslhe Mm. Michael r mIi WWhen not so paid S2.60 will be charted " now in fashion. If you boo a girl Mateiuent that Cuitain, IMamfield, waists he caught old. whuh settled on lea ig '' who looks like a wooden image, with all her lung, she ta treated lor a month bv lier He told her LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI the graceful, willowy curve of her Inxly lauiil) physiiiaii but tew ore. Ktim nf niimpiioii nnd that she waa nopelei K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. THE CQEHERCIHL HOTEL at the waist gone; who, if she dropped no medicine could lire her Her drungitt Dail), Seiure to Traveler. theuseof Or Kln' New l)iioery Inr her handkerchief, could not get it with- PniKiimiitinn: the boiiLfht a buttle and tu her de Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a m , returning ). II OWENS. Minacer out slidtn,' off sideways and diving light found herself benertted from firit doe She t S'3Q p. m. - Kentucky. jTHE MOST RAPID ROUTE she continued its ue ind aftir takuiit after it. unable to liend her body at the found herell sound and nell, no ten bottles own Harrodsburg, ce her Ever L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. between waist though her life depended 1111 it: if homework and llah ever wa. Fre I have taken charte t this popular hotrl cities onattempted Rier and the great coinnter ula the Ohio Chicago, and be.i nt 11 she looks generally stilt and awkward trial bottle of thillreat t)ico KeryHI A It im Mail train going North and intend to run It in a first ela manner in e erj the fa.test time and most cumfirtabte trains be i. 110pm store, large boitles South tween all points in the South, or to the U et a 'd respect and clumsy and consttaiued, unable to ltihin( ptpered and painted Iross 1159pm The countersmri of this train jn all Express train " South inp t Koimm, the bedtllng u being rno.ited and Northwest . move her anus in graceful, sweeping trunk liues i denosninateo 'I he Limned Espress. Happy Hooslors " North.. ' wvcr thing done t ntskc It and niisMtl-aid630 am 1 he .uperh roilinj sto.k we emplo) lir pur. s Freight North. Local for jtuest curves from the shoulders, you may set l'h table h ill neier be urpass-eWin. 'liramon. iMimair ul Idinlle, Indiana, .... il'pm I tuimited L ralort Ihi- Soutn.. b lias done J II. HWINS eti n wnts it down that girl has a twenty-tou- r inch than all ' Kleittic Muter lOMioined, wore for Hie M n Tor that , il jy M non, (et Matson and stKk The latter train alo cnrry paisengers v tn iBedUine othr ou want to lave money and have a plv.ant Solar trouble waist squeezed into an eighteen inch feetinc artsim; from kidney and The above i calculated on standard time, "") Leslie, farmer and .to. kman. f t. time is about jo minute fatter corset. Steele Mackaye. the mvst fa- John ' Kind Kiev r r ii I. infirmatl n, tine cards. f ' , inc Bittera In tw thettkld et ill n .r Idree mous exponent of Delsnrtc in tint conn-tr- j says and liver medicine, made me frel lik,eanr ney W A . loui.til'e, k. Ii one bald IRfsll.l I. who himself saw and knew the man" J. V Oardner. Huter-- are let t. it, for -'. IIXKKMI I. I' A , ThK u Ii 11. mt O'e ihin H M RllMKRI' 't master in France, will not allow his girl town, sas i all run down and ilint. ire wlielh Ajt .St.nlor.t man who ntrres m thi, ls a Candid its r rt election to C .if the Democ- pupils to wear coraels at all if he can er he lives or dies, lie found new trrnth. ej " 8th llistrut s ilc t to the will he hid an the help it. A fi tend tells ine it was owing appetite and felta lil like.11 A. R. lVnny s drua CONSUMPTIONICOUGHorGOLD racy bottle Only i life "sTKarit. to his influence that Mary Anderson loft store BRONCHITIS Threat Affeciha them o:T C. V The Louisville A. Nashville railnmd I NOVEL COSTfMES. of One of the bravest, brightest jrirls in Wasting of ?lo:h Kf.or.' April Is a Candid te f..r Auditor of the Si.ite (0 new locomotives dur SCROFULA to the wilt of the Democrat.. One costume of this style wont recent- this country is Miss Xelly Kelly, of. The has piuthaed Or any I)lrinirlirrr lie Tltronl ioiiI .toi( II K H ing the past year, ami they have more .ire ol Maud s., reiot a ly w.t a white surah with dark blue Ohio State Journal, at Columbus. She n oti- - in the are nlioiinf, Lark of tttrrinjth nr Aene j lot. BOGLE riblwins in tjradunted widths sewn from is a regular "first wire" iqiemtor of the work than they can do. H.xleon other i'oierr, il run Ixi reUrvni Hint Cured1 6 MISS nlande Ilrl daiu nH.Mn.N dam ol uhn. ir .r ', ordered. II) suneck to feet. A drapery of dull blue Associated Press, and receive t0.."iO a engines have been l,..re of Nel... ' .1 I, a Candidate fur re election to the ol.ce 0, 3,i- - rah was slashed at the waist line and week, the same monev that is paid to .ninn rrtia, porlntenot.111 i common o.nuoi. a......" lij.n ..( V JUire a toy sire ot ttaesetner A Duty to Yourself. ugust next drawn together with bows r.t the bot- first wire men. She is the only teleMona.i '..'i, osmium PirtHMi t . (sire ol Mlaseotj ; is tom, and n very narrow quilling of satin graph woman in the omi.try holding ordinary urptiing that people wilt ue ' a le l.i c can securna I'll, nt II men. 4. year - r .x.l 1 pill hen thsy i.ii. . t hilde Mji. ,.1 la o ur record in f foot such a place. At half pa-- t 3evrry after- Isshone for the umc money Dr. A.ker - FuijIiIi ribbon of the wuiie shade was at the W. Ijii.I j e ami for sack had of the dress. The sleeves were of puffed noon Miss Kelly takes her upstair Mils ar a positive cure sma'i, ssreet ily takni im niCmiijiM Mt( it 1 mm ,ir j 1 liver troubles Th' are to represent incoln county In the Is a Candidate ' isii.l .lam . i'. surah with bands of ribbon at intervals, in The Journal office. In front of her is ustd do not grip. forsalebyA 11 I'etm, Constitutional Cn etition Hi M4MRKINU .lllht.ire ol I.adv Th and small bows of the same were on the a tyjiewriter, close Ivside her - the eterllt. Cau't Sloop NlKhta PURE COD LIVER OIL in ordI'nms. Sy KDKHl CK. shoulders. A sash belt of white held nally clicking "first v.iie" of the Associ- Is Dan M. BROWN the complaint of Ihound sufferuu tr m lum I.) U HIPP. under a rosette of the same completed .1 ated Pro-i- s Aa fnt as the UHehing in- Bta.conssMlpUon, . o.ih. etc. Iid .enr With Hypophosphltes. Jailer he . .. e re.or.l is 110 ol hi Or Acker s Knilish Is the nominee f the Republican party for at the lovely gown. strument clicks. Miss Kelly copies its aratson known for allRemedy ' It - i oi prepa "I. on AS MILK. we e.r. him t.iiji under o this I'ail. PALATABLE lunc trtn'l of Casey C.untv and .ik,aur upport Another was of stone gray surah with messages on thv? typewriter in the shape positive guarantee at sjt and ,.c Ii j K I'enny AOO will make lb seaoa n the mm August AU fnr Seott't Kmn'ilmi mill frl 110 alternate wide and narrow bauds of of neat "copy" for the paper. Fast she Cre k, Ky l or S'lllrirnliiin (mliire inis to S Hume A on Ihi ilcr aster turnpike.I hinond A Child Killed. in. cherry and garnet satin ribbon pewn all must woik, for 15,000 words a night tieerit aiifisfffiife. Dr. A. S. Another child killed by the ue oi i.pi ile given up the front of the skirt, on the vest, on come over that wire. At 2:30 a. m. this SoUt Ul till l)ntflljtt.i, At hy mothers give syrup SUROKON DENTIST. the sleeves and around the bottom of the remarkable girl rises fiom her type- in the form t siothirdeadly i tpriini; 8C0TT A. DOWNE.Chomlsts, N.Y. their children such r t t .lit in Hi e - peculiar Piiliai twn street, oxer W. It McRoberts' train. A drapery of tan colored child of writers beside the tebraph instruOffice on Mam hen they ran ml eve the cm II Drug Store, Stanferd. ' 'irr. i! n i( xtt n perr rrli' ' n with fine silk embroidery on ment. Her work U emhil. bh draws imlU, bv u.inc Uror Ackers Itaby kt u p . f snorphme Sol tv A K ' its a one side finished this costume. Two a sigh of relief and goes home, alone and contales no opium ir Penny. T - It' HN M ' very delicate and pretty promenade toi She lias never misseil a night, Wo Can and Do D. S.( lets will give an idea of the general safe. State Journal praise her work and R. C. MORGAN, D. Llimir, ..r it ha The Hlood in (ioaranlee I)r Acker stylo for suvh lress for warm weather. the highest terms. been fullv demooslraled to the poof1 " lhl col,n rythat it i superior 10 all other prepsraiion lor DENTIST. One is in lilac faille and Client brocade, It i a pMilie iur l"r .hilitu A new society of women ha. started in blood disease and pimp.r- - Ii pun , Office on Main street, opposite P"' poooninc, uliers, eruption l0"". Washington, called the WiiiKKlaugh-i- s. && up the r AA rtes the wnole ssstem and thoroiiih1; lut s ,u.i up tairs. ISitrou uxiue va suv" Ud Trjinsto ' i .. ." . "t l"l i " What this odd name means may per- constitution A It. Penny extracting J 'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. .J. Philadelphia haps be gne.vsl without po&TMin.r the ,, , r. t ' ...'. Sli i Is Life Worth Living? Now York, mind reading power. It is an iucon-rater!4 dt.peptn. Not if you tf'i through the A'! punt lot tnIS .tt.e.t organization, and L"ey 15. An l)r Acker t Dyspepsia Tablet, are a p -- mve iun. flat In ih wont forms JviMrP, indiae-iiinl on. nihi h i Ir n r. DK. W. B. thony, of Fort Scott. Iva'i.. is chairman silency and contipaloi. I.uaianlee an.i t.iu oy t rrr trd lime Card in t tteil Us i. . ot the board of trustees. One of its ob- A R l'enn Hill) ifsitMsil jects is to provide permanent heiulqiHtr !Li fin Mrs. Jell' Davis has recolvexl fion STAIIONS Daily e recently tei at Washington for theXati mal W Office South side Mam street, in office Sun 1 l" l.i M I Si"i t .the vacated by Dr. L F Huffman. Stanford, Ky. man Suffrage nssooin.i n. (riourd will Le her publishers cheek for &.:tlu.:!2. S l.ve Stnaloitl J mlTl im II half of the royalty ontoiiiontlis bought and suitable buildings erected. ing her ' l.esingi i' n,., ' Uttl jlc Ifti- - tl in 11 t of i Hue. .1 .u., ;, " Winrhe.ter I l.utllo. The building will also be sales of the meuiorial toIiiiiio of her litis l" int ' for the " K. I' J un. turn assembling of all conventions either band, prepared by J. William Jones. " Ml Mei.ina j.ti i isni KISSIHS''7-!!."7-?- ! " PM M .reke.d pm compiled of women or called to advance t ' Olive Hill ;.r s:'iih&c3 s ST 10JIJ MO. l I 1 RKID. HUGH SlUc, Jer c ami Iter J'lllt. their interests. The structure will par" A.htand 94 times. iu j pm (sn vnmrta. riMett.burj An i.nin.r i.i. .1 in 4 pn. take of the universal in its uses, containUTk. ill V pn iri on Utr sawisrw " lliimtnct.w I pillror s'iihi ic l a '.is ..ihr iU'i 'h . F A I WOOD I ing au art gallery iu which the works of A new iinn.-- i In 1 ln'y I ALI.hN tt.miingt an In. eur.- till lo is Arr Charleston p un.l roiitipi women will Ihi exhibited, a gynia uium. ness, Ii.mI i. " ' ' 'Ir n i ' m ii l I1O..11 lore ili n i & ATWOOD, t lion ' UAVfi library, muling room and public parlor "ill I hhtlfg Ii J. oils Small' in il ' I Everything tiertnining to a first class oainii.i--- ir.- m A K I' ) rl.an.i ill. irn ; W-fa-HGEHTS. " Wa.hinlM piu REEL club house will eventually be intro3la TIkiiiU llerhiars, , " lUloniore ill . " M Tho nirruw m i, II M M.jrir. " 1'biladelphU. r duced, among other luxuries Russian I" City, Tenn. " New ,urk. Kkbari. ml fr.un i, Pm baths and a liov.img alley. Tlie capital derlul She la'. tliat;ir.'i.nurt .1 .ilieut s.u r ir.ntr mv k. hiuonil a, j I" I troiilrri-t- l ru ; oh of Wiuiudaughsi's of the queer " tl II' iniCom(.l ' stock noi. JAS. O OliENS. PKOMKNADE COVrrjlE. WM.AYRKs. N .tWk ll.ul sinntlirrinir . li..rl Imv i Ii D ill. n1 , not Iim.'i on in Ii t i lilao and white. The fore sleeve, front name is io.000. in shares of $." each. in u Prj t ... I r uu & G1VENS, In BrOOfit, and This year the Harvard Annex gradu Mii'l.rii lluil shou l r ..i liii ttoiiioil ill. An. v breadth and vent are of the faille and raix I esn.l . .I n... t atlm Win . n nt inuvli Ii ..' cscept Sun the" rest of the brocade. Many prefer ates twelve young women, tho largest I). i ilt.l mi' n.i khi .mt.t ler f r Km hnnHi.1. Ky .n the k K )H at Law, Attorneys R nt Hc.oir.iin i Nf-Mile Him t t ir? tins costume made np in sateen or chal-lie- . class in its history. Th i lirt Hie i. Iicliii-i- l in.- - unit v.i.v. I ml Vctibule fr 4it NetOi.rk.l'hi.a K In nny case iarnsol and bonnet al- I) 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. at ,. II I'mm ih.a l a.liini.Miaii.l al' ants rit, unto tt The Ladies' Health Protectivo associa- viriuustorei'lioil Irui: i lei .1 m lium p m dally Stanford utr n . trimmings mtit match the colors, as in tion, of New York, has formulated a Nkuvks irvo a ii iu iwwk on llu IlKksti uu S'ireve Ituildirjf. r mai' kwhsmwd, Va , and all p.i that lies, the principal charm. The great truth in a few words, as follows: rs t II iiii1Ut,M,1 W 101 yr aBu ell lent .taliu . Tliii Wrirltf-- . S'alr. close little chip bonnet has a sprny ol "A gieat deal has been written and said The excllPtiM-n- t run.' ly luu urent nont Ii r it litilomti.nloat 1. p40m nom daily except S .r dav Sum. lilacs and lilac s,trinis. The other robe about la gripjx but a more serious epi- Prnrenly nuuiol liv th i p .In .1 by ik-- err i; A omm ttlation from Olisellill andinlenne 'i .'.) or Or Mi Hi.1 It't'nr ir S-P mi is of it delicate gray blue with a lace KiChmnnJ, K . and points on the K demic, because one that is always with It pMililv our,i rhaiie .f r. i.riiniiiiin I in am OziIv r of gt ilnlltii-'iand laeo rovers at the neck, us, is known by tho simple Saxon name life, p iln a ul oad Mt in 1 r.i ner and Handler riit Sunday SUliI ird i p m th with :i capote of lace over blue with a of dirt." The ladios of this nssociatioli Uletiplt" i.i". iiiiii. lil i A mii.iw pilpitn .f lie ,irc tl. kels read real iaN. N A M ' tlon, HMinth y ii ..if and bmall bunch of yellow pannes. It will V Harness and Saddle Horses have shown vrhat tho united otfort of Sjrac'i', , N , 'i U. I.,II ,i i.i i . .f.it .;r.en r s I II MuKSr.i.. I' A Cm. urn iti, m,i hurs dealer in Fancy Roadsters. be noticed that the.-- robes are both women can do. They have rid Now O . Inil iiml r n ii r tliuii bv thai "V. vl. made without visible side forms. il i.dil uo unonr. York city of slaughter houses, nnd now nny thli'ii err- ' Horses lKiught and sold on a ery small per cent. ,1 ti.j.jt h ' It.u Ir Mih-lr Kiltcen 5 ear' experience in the buines 1 3 they have msolvetl not to rest till the 12 tsfnrtion X r.i ami I ii"e illusiratnl Uoltle toeo ir. .ind trial I.' on A It. C. T SANDlDl.t, Sianford, K). tf The Sonento CimIiIoii. streets of New York become as clean as true at iln: ior Copy right by American I're Association Jos& those of Boston. One measure they are OLD The Sonento cushion, either square ot Sho Was Completely Cured r K , III II endeavoring to comjMiss is the cremation I. .rl "HI.l'K fiUAHS UOL'TK. A daughter ot my customer sutfered frosn round, is the newest and most populat of guibageby a process already in sucsnenstniatioii and her health was comWERTKERFQRD HOTEL ThoShortost and Quickest Kouto fron ju&t nt present. The cover is don in At mv ugetion she used our pletely wre. ked Contrnl Kentucky to nil points NortL Roman embroidery or cut work. The ' cessful operation in smaller cities. The bottle of BrndnHd-- Female Regulator, shi. ' IIIMONI IM.t. K. women have investigated the vnriutMj cured her J W Heliums. Water alley. Ml East. Vet and South-WoF,irt body of the cushion is coverad with I o Atlanta, f.a lor Bra.lfi-I- .l Rg relliise. Thij Write the methixls of ditpouing Lino btttwsMn Lexlutrtoii and Clu. t Proprietor. plush. Roman satin or India silk, in some cleaning up buiue& isofa ffcld ail druait. old GREEN, darticulars. P. W. natl. of action ribh slmde of copper, old blue, olive gi een, UQOOH HAB in which the moat conservative woman DRaXKBNNBSS-TH- a Having lctied the .i ., h"tel "irfitied and stHim-i.mv .... oiuuge. r nny tint that with will not feel that she i im preprd luacjiuiniiilaf the pubIn out of lier all the World thert l but on tlt. kit" reison.i le t.ood the f or coin h. Twenty inch uure uphere. lic In Srt-ia A iL i t,k.M ,.rf our, Dr. Htilnes Golden SpctHc. t f '. l.ivery and Sample Rn.tn anatliid ib a goo 1 Mr.2 the cushion. The npei it ipot tea- -r i "re It in ha-- , an u uiistaki- to supimae t hat woman's the knowledge of in ai It is aide extra cover of hnui cream tin. the person taking it. whether tie ati iT.IK-SILTOnswhiU; or ecru. The pattern om t'ns may sole misifiou on eartli is to ;.: men ..ueed ana uernianct.' i: r Mita ,',;; r ali ohiilu. wie mn.l.r.11 Jrultr tr in n w be a boi.1t ior au Tle Part of her mission ii, to p! e herself. '.ten i.uri j.,ndi" Idling ri it. SWITCH, KV. Dll.1 H)N' IBeir ii main ontliuo is done in a clot. Lntti.n-ItolJessif Mclu'ili. f ( ' rtna. has in h.ietahn ihi ii..w '.'eii , .trtih d :u h. IieverotTce On .ln i"l i thoui iht.ir . In llcalrr stitch the outnide edge b in woraeil ventelou.',,,:i.! ;k . harmf.i-- I N i. f.rev.ill f tl ir b lit drmkli'il urv uar - a n iii.i.tration i rptult'. Iruin Dry'Gooda Notions, Hats, Caps over a cord. TUU (Jerjuin cord in Htuall It in an app.tr.. u.- - i ,1 - i.ing trait f ' .nteco Serdfur iirnil.r n i ful paru Ur A11 shcius Ootnen for the purpose and cucta during traiLMjrtatio,i ( i. ' Arr I uc. or .. M. M. ('. n S' ' " n . )j a r dre- - i'i' t 'ii. mi (Hardvnir, Queens- Ml 001 rr stai.f .r. I IS SB1 fifteen cenu a skein. i.'.w soil htr RaceStrr't I mm n m,( had an eye t. T' i.ir.- Km niUira ana a tl 1 i I. .1 t lllrl p as I... ki. hr. d . u for u alti bio :nd Croceries, 0( p naj Arr nsiea .. .... . Conoral Line rented the i.ioii. so t'i.. she Arr .insi.-.. ... ,. ,j 9 . rainy Cnd'e-- . Cr'' rtos, uow has ueai Iy taree tiu.e as iiuicu a cImhi for All kind .if I'r. J ... u'ufii M ikiii Nt,n). Hon id. ti. iu ( rulral I'niuii dadio cuii Va . Jo. t. aha kad two years ago. 1'i.Nt mrt, l.iinnt'ii, K p.t lor Mii.hignii I'ciut., Chlcaco, ot l, . ; , sz l.ve Living. iseMstM.,, (.levelaud. lli.ffalo. Leo Mere 00.1, m .......... in tf 11d1aoaiK.l1 and the Wil vrv a m Arr Kichioc A novelty i$ &wn in trimming Interior Journal THE FASHIONS OK HArtlS. WOMAN'S WORLD IN 'PARAGRAPHS. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Hie best salt e in the world fir cut, brmxs, sores, ulcer, i!t rheum. fer vires, letter, chipped hand, chilblains, corns and all Kih erup lions and ponticl nires piles, or no pay reiiuir JAS O. GIVENS FRANK MAItlMOS w & Himum. Corre-pondef I Pluevillc, Kentucky. 11 3 jps- ) tr il eaaeasassaaaaai easss) ft A NEW FAST AIL len-ny'dr- I . 37" e d l.t '! hotel-11- 1 -- -- -- 1 -- ame-jda. ;'- -. i ja3ies I Mccreary -- 1 A If You Have Lu-- RICHARD WARREN NttiSBS3VE3 YAZ0O,11799. ' 1 J i KATE 11 1 -- 111 1 1 II. 3IILLER SCOTT'S 1 I I sit i- EMULSION 17 . 'ad 1 1 e 1 1 J. i 4 -i n.ea-iir- -- elc-tio- ti miir-Ri- v PRICE, I uoi-o- n .o to Insure. l i cash-mor- ii- ed-jet- l r U I ( i .1 &Z--t! '- mJ i 1 & PENNY, Dentist. fit ... I 0LD K"- BOUTE ,, ,, ,,. I , d fmh Savrrrjrv. Washington, Baltimore -t (, , 1 U9 1 11 sI . Uhliihhi t i . S V 1 i 1 H E MOV E D l1J. -- u-- d - - I 1 4 1 . ! er-r- v . i I I ALLEN ESWTE Johnson ; to-r- ii I .' s o- - - - 11 I m ' i ii- -' - . .s.i-"- o 11. . - bi-nu- ir I . I ht-n- . -- -- - AYRE3 - I 11 I e.-- . 1. 11 . - . i .1 I I I I t II N.-- v C I . ( ! I 4 - - i , I c. T. SAKTDIDGOG, 11 . - f ui-r- s I . i i ""'.l C 1 1 ( Colli ) , -- N-- ! - s in-.i- ! ( I I - I - ) 3c-- -- 1 Thompson, -- Kentucky Central R.R. 1 I j . . , ! cssssam ri 2'xzi&'fci?7il K'aW'iIM ill nt 1 T-- ini,. i U n-i- ' ti-r- , - tej-ivr- it.- - plt-as- e - all-ov- er d-- I e re luti.vJUsrsii11" I .;;;: ss 1 . -- 'I'vlna-pm-ntin- g ,li - h.'-iu'- Itsh r. "" 1. 1 -- . . of 1 ' hi.r-dl- y U & N RAILROAD. 1 J ifyiA'rclitiJi' uitiwis snnuiQl.llV M M (MiVrCWATC 1 1 n- . . I - - I : I Ms 1. jzi '" 1 ,! 1 1 Canada, New Eirgfend, 1 LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE he f.rcit- - THROUGH TRUNK LINE. V 'iv. J IK cushion The working silk may be white, gold or bronze silk: Asiatic rope silk is much Wlih used. Thisucoaiso and filln in quite fast. The cross lines aro put in last of linen thread, white or in color, to match the silk. The knot at the crosMng of the Louisville threads in made by passing the needle To Nashville, through a loop and drawing Memphis, as to secure the center. The tightly so cut given one comer of the cushion cover. When Atlanta, the woik is done it must bo dampened Montgomery, Little Rock, on the wrong nside, laid upon flannel and pressed with warm iron. With a pair Mobile and New Orleans. of small shan pointed scissors cut the material away the cross Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. threads, and alsofrom underouter edge. from the This leaves the bronzo silk or color beOnly one change to points tn neath to show through the interstice:.. & The end of eaeh oint is fastened by a strong stitch to tho edge of the cushion. EMIGRANTS Sometimes there is au jiattern, Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive and instead of cutting away the edge, it Special rates. is basted to the upper cover and joined agents ot this Company for rates, routes to the back. A bow of handsome rib'-oe"OM""e,C.P.ATMORE.O.H.ST.A, loops in an upper corner adds to the t.ouuvllle, Ky Emma Movfett Tynu. effect. ' To The SOUTH & WEST coiiNBR or ARKANSAS 49-See TEXAS. all-ov- er n The Kngtl-l- i W iiinuii mill lluiii Mutter. t i!iitiiM .a. Philadelphia, Halumorc. With lvgurd to uio:j- - m.itu tune to Harrottshiir. skfort. Ky woman is gl'Tiu.i.Iv indi ifii Ki liinoud, VIKt.lN'IA Shortest and guii ket line to ent. Whatever tlie family mcoi.i . n thurv is nny income, she h.m her f 'd share of it. Wife and daiight r e.u h has lier share allowance for drevi. oti.. s hd Trains, haKGaf cars, .moltnij; curs and which is punctually paid, ard within ... hes, I'ullman lloudoir Sleepers through with-hargc via Chatt in ua, liirmiiiKham, Merid- which she is expected to keep, whether inakin; direil coniui lions en lOute for Knos-it be lurgu or small. There is none or I't, AhcviiW, l.Tchl nr and points in the Y. very little running to papa when miss is .. extravagant, and the good girl who is tuieisauuBMUMUUM' always toivha tided and the foolish virIF YOU WANT At 1.1 attahooga tor Ailanta, coiumbus, uilmnc gin who runs into debt are stock chart n, Lharle-.oi.Mui.on, Savannah, AiiKusta, Ilr'inswick, Lake City huiiiaavillc and I I.OItl- acters iu English story books. A marl) nouns riage without settlements is regarded nuoiut line running souu triiins wun choK AND A HAl'i'V COOK, CSE with as great disfavor by prudent parents I'ullniaii Itoudoir or 1'ajace Sleeping Cars to without ihasgc lor nny l1.iss of passen as are runaway matches with us, and, sersnr baircace thanks to the married woman's property Selina and Montzomer y, lluntsville. Iiecitur. .. . nnn iurv.As-(ioiiii- i ..A riorell. Meuipnis act, every jienny belonging to a woman Shortot and iimckeit to Annislon Selina. Mo MADE HY before her marriage is afterward abso'e Direct connections made at NKW OR. LEAN'S will. out omnibus transfer for (iitltcsun lutely her own. Houston, Austin, LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Before the passage of this uct alio possessed nothing except by legal settleTEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. COMPANY, . ment. Tho very clothes ou her back LEXINGTON, KY. The onlly throucl line to Jackson ana.a uktburir. were tho property of her husband, and Miss Shrevcpcrt La., m.ikinn direct connections without mnihus translcr tor Wallas Ion Worth thero is a case on record where u womun, Austin, San Antoni.1, El Faso and points in being knocked dowu on tho street and robbed of her watch anil other valuaTEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. "J22fil bles, tho jury refused to find a truo bill iTJIaJil-- J iFor LOST or TAn.njO For through correct antral aad ittuvuua BTlnil. Eff..ta iiiaaiui i information callrates, Agent at county mans and full UZXM against the robber, because the action lai'ji inn .1 ITaaWn... Af Tlul j anil x, . .. on Junction CitT, Ky., imei.ssiiiJim,iMiiMiuiiiiuiinriiuir. or address (HANK W. WOOLLEV. should have been brought iu the husS. atlMIMIB rail Mrit.na. .H.w la.aUre. saa Ttav Fats. At., l.exlnston. Kv. band's uame for stealing his watch, etc., str.'VVk wa, taMTiwfrro ouai.t. fiTur attot. D. . LDWARDS. C.C. hARVUV la a sy. ikMlIlr aa'alMai Sl0t TMTMMI-BaaWrllatVab O. P. auiMUlrrrwaloatUMaaarsnlaaraaalrtM. T A from the person of Ids wife. aaak. JlastUaaal arsfca(SMlrrss Cincinnati, 0' aMrifll Mm. M. P. H. KRIS mtOWM. OO.t UfA.0. N. Vt e- -t ISew Vorlc, Itostoit, Lvc Stanford Lve Lanrastn Arr Richmoi I . 00 7 4 10 00 I a in Ml a Ul . Lvjiiiw (dbLi;a9 1 l.ve l'aris l.ve Falmouth Arr Coviaston. Arr Winchester .Vrrl'ans .... l.ve I.esiugion l.ve Itichmon,1 10 p in s ou p tn 40 p m Ill1 1 7 41 'J a in a IB LEXINGTON.K GOOD BflEAD CREAM FLOUR "' . v i. 1 Jack-mrmll- 1.. ,.... Cincinnati and Lexington, leaviue n m ,und arritiu at LexiHgtuM at i m I.,. ueniagion at 1 40 p. m. and arnse at Cincmn iu a m. J ISP On the.Mavsville llraneh, .Vo9.leaes I'iru at I 08, am and .o. , at j 4J, m 4rrlvlnK at ,'0 May.vil le nt I1H5. a as, aad p',,, leaves Maysyillc at j.13 a in, arriving at Paris to. a in. No. 11 leaves Mnysville ami arrivesatl'arisat 41S. P m. Theieat train o are daily eteept Sunday. 0 .. runsUal ' Irom Lesington toCim innaii ... I 4i am; to 4,3 am: escept Sunday cc,l.,a,' s ,0 Falmouth . pm j escept Sunday No. 7 leave Falmouth 6 00 am, arrives Cincin. nati75sam; except Sundav 1 rain Notes -No 1 runs daily between Leaini-to- n and Cincinnati. N'o , run. daily ""esa Cincinnati and Lexington Not a and 6 make connections Wincheste, lorpolntsontheN N A M v. Uv at 7 1 in 5 . m 9 . in. o 15 Arr Ciacianiin m l 10 45 Nos, 11 and la rim Si..t.l. Train 05 p e o p a p 4 p 5 t p 1 111 r o.. u a in a m a in 5 .1 mi 1 a ml 0 I 1HK ' p r ! ) a npir p rr 4 only betueci .o 1 iacs .i!MT eians Pm:-'ve- s I OR MEN ONLY! , 1.I .- ?.h'?'" ....... -r- ive at Station Cincinnati, makinc coniipnin. points North, East and West 'I'hrnmjH llrl , ami .. -. detinalion reachsd by a""SKJifc cnecked to aov railroad. For full particuhrs address ,ir.y agent ot the Co, ""T.l7ly ......, -"- .... L MUNSON, Trav 5. t. II. MORSt, ''".i'V81 Cincinnati. Pass'g'r Agt. ti. n. Chamber Mte-Pres- 't n'"ucmnati, t. A-- Manaifer. and Oen u. 1 I 9SNERAL OFFICES: Commerce Uuildinj, Cincinnati, O. 1- .- - - ' .