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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890072201 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. X? Semi-Weekl- y 3 $A Interior Journal! STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 22. 1890. Tin K. C. at Paris was de- Mroyed by fire Saturday, Dun McCurty cut John anil Cuitla Moment Louisville so badly that tbev will die. -- A cnlllalnii liattvi.mi lli .i.itl.a -- ...I .. .Mff.rrs at llub.mrirn Mill, Knox roun- tv. resulted in the killing of four inun. oll-hou" VOL. XVIII. " lJt J Mttlfmlu Itoss U visiting the family of Mr. Chris MrUltiie. at Kirksville. Mrs. hick (lover, of Turnersvi lie, .pciit n por- derided to beJJr. Jolm AinlT!oti has thin of Inet week with Mis. CurtisOover. come a candidate fur constable in this .Mr. Williw M. .Myers, of Simmons Hard precinct. Ho will make a nood olllcer. Tliu republicans in this precinct will Warehouse. St. ,LotiU. itlfnr n mnntli'. probably nrpuiixc a league or club to ,"",s,,,u "m ",l relatives iii'U', rt'tuni. furnish a delegate to tin convention, vi iioiiiu ineioiii. CRAB ORCHARD. NO. 4-- 1 ? CHURCH AFFAIRS. After deliberatinir with his friciidH, ' .... Louisville has l.W churches, equal to a uorfchipinj; place for every l.KCO of its inhabitants. Rev. S. M. Cook, who hns ilnm mJ- . fclmmrv u.iiL- - .,. il... n ..I. oe" """ ummeiii i... - porAi THE F. RILEY B. HILEY, HOUSE, Hotelrul am London, 17 - -- ' : r...: ' Li' rRANK RII.EV. oruoa country, Alri " rvoloin. Surimlnv ,Wimv.l ,...n which meets at iA'xhiKton, July itMh. NEWS CONDENSED ca, 10 be irone at least two years. He Is business Works Mini several other huihl - Mr. I. Arthur Zeller loft Monday 'OLD DRWPMG SPRINGS' SUtlt l)V til). I'liMn-lu.- . i.. r'.,...,1 !.'.... . " Miss Louisa liifjinmdied at omeiseti 'l'--5 nt Junction, In. One lunu . '" " "uii. for Soblcsvillc, Intl., where ho ami his iuck.v aim not i.y the itfnoral missionary TVK KHIWl. l W CCk, 3.1. linn. .. .iit.in. Mr .Inlni P l.i.imti-L- .,, ...... Illir. r..s. . . 'i. m i. sncii'i v nt t in. I '....i .... ('m""1, Keferrinn tain advertlenierit -- Niinuel Mm rinian. a Garrard county .James l. Spiilmitu hns so.d the liar-- ' m lartiwueet the Interior lourmil tuch rJ.,.5 .d. based n splendid stock of droiis and . . .. ,n t t" W, ,K .! ,, !,'T ; to W. Knius mid If. '.u pnnif, I wl,i, opened up a now. druj: More. Mr. Zelli-r- ' f,,ru'.Kl'"W, illwl ln&t week of miii- -' rodsburj.' to ir.frm the puhhc tlut irippint; article appear.inci- aid " . " U;kl ',taw ,mt" ' it to a demo- Mari.non. who will emne "L was one of our hvest un.l iiKt pro- - "tpke. , ' imm mtmtt. a con- tiv iiirr uimn " ' -- A bous 1mr.ii worked Mi.l.llosboro ' U(l(fll sheet. rcss, vo you. ...en. popular w ill. every wniru in loriuer Irate betweon him and li I.. to arrive time. Ur. " rs fl.mucinlly and otherwise ami! -- It is plmtins to note that Johns- - ... l....lv and espedallr with voiiiir socjety 27MARY 1IKI.LE ADAMS. Adi.u ' ,",S'r Vm0" .,:h"rel, ?.'!' town. Penn., haa more inhabitants to- 'J.' i.'ksa.no.u: whom" l.e was a star of the' WllHl. Lorlnjjton, will piciuli the dedicatory I rst Morton's cotUiKe at day than she luid at the time of her fa- - sermon, and Dr. Nohhsvillu pilns a inaKUitude. Daniel II. Moore, and fatal flood. rutK Cil itixcntmul wo wish him tho best o' diamonds was inhhtHl of $10,000 worth of motisAn electrical storm, necou.pnnied by of the Western Christian Advocate,editor cream of t will Hi;l rf "S I' w.'cr and jewelry, the trade, and as inniiy friends there as Season opens Juno 11 u ith .v trntnei.t Keleaierm ir. nirih I nroach tliul tiL.I.i n i.i: all in Auj. .... Craud Hop on i.vjMUMI- hr,tfay.-iheavy rain, paeewl over- Xew Orleans A home for army news and solJune, i.n, c l.e has left behind him here. 810 "'VKcni.ctd rate ti.r I.... ..I .. .1 lallcd atnil lulv ... iiii. iit2e -- Thin weok Mr. (). I". King, wcompa-- l dlers' motl.eis and wires was dedicated ami its suburbs Sunday, and two .lion Itro. M. 15. Williams, th,. n,.r,rrJ.i 1TI s H.R lot iKf.xi i, li it: Kco were Instantly killed and a third fatally Kvanyelist, hefinn n union Per Week mod by Mr. l'orry White, went to Ux- - t Cleveland lust week, revival at tho " l)a lljjhUiini: bolts. The olllciul ooiint of Now Vork jjives iiijurod by PreshyteiiHii church Mimlny. I.oiJ ami brought home his brother,' " Aleui tut'ii "., lie is a SO Cottage Rent, per The Intkriok Joi ii.val lemarks that very pleasing speaker and all who have Lot on Main Street in .. Mr (.eo. II. Kinjr, who has len con- - the city upopulntion of I,.M3,50I, an In- Stanford " " Month V 3ea oreas of 3.V I Mr cent in tho last decade. Iwemont won great fame by crossing the heartl Imiii woie much taken wUh his done fed. per U'tfk, ml in the asylum thrre for tho pant J.oo Contii.in ittes. I4 Nino men wfro sentenced to death uoutineiit on nn exploring expedition powerful, though plain and simple preTho' not cu.uplotoly reetor-- i A riK)XMoItE.5 Tcrin ea R WM.TO.V, Stanford T I'd, his mind seems to bo loss cloudy and ')" tho court at I'aris. Texas, last, wuok, with howls ami Clark. They trundled sentation of gospel truths. He Is not nn ins reason less uiiMuuly. It is hopwl '''s'lit of them for the murder of thesmne him in a lmby buggy no doubt. Coving- ordained minister, but is an eloquent ton Commonwealth. and earnest worker in the field ho seems House and Lot at Crab Orchard Fcr Sale, that the chanee. the witimitndiiiL's ami mail. Mrs. Mollio Jones hns been i.point-e- l li.e.Moiion is playing tn uiotciietl oApcciallv fitted for. Services will hijismx latlons here will work a complete K)tiuaster nt Klrksvllle, Madison lock lately. A half down wrecks have held at the arious churches in town A Ho" anJ ' Ho is witi. ure for his derangement.. Leiiiititul d heilth..,, itni.f ',' A. re-the iota I Snnu are Ky ami I n.i ' Macounty, and Mary A. liuls sit lyidsvllle, wvturtHi ami Mimliiy the twite daily 10.IM1 a. m.. and s at night, ted M Lral. Orchard lllo. k ,trom I)rptn asI lip house situatedonU.r,r.4i ,,,ul )..s family on Spring avenue. nn f.rorert one hey are of the purest cJialsheate water Sunlord In the train ran over a cow near Lennox, over- - The christians are proving for a glorious i. ntaint ix pa ions roon.-- ..nt Unit c porrn. one .Mr. T. N. Itolierts. the iMTKiiiolt in Wayne. "M ''tpr"r,1rt 00k, our ances. open porch uiul prluo, ith .... iiit4iii n At Peoria, III., a woinnn tot worked turning the engine and killing ICngineer revival and the nnuiwt far mi ; " .. J.h k vi.'s clover ami capable Danville liiiildiii. Call onoraddrc D tiecenry out. and happiness iiuiiii nnnru ;ri MMWKuininif t. eutth II. Kdmittou, . ..t. .::r K fol i " ""01 Crab Orchard. K..or me at l'ineillr, Kv health.,, waters, and 11(1 tllll tl lnl IS. HI. N IOlK', 01 title. . .,rr..u,i,.l..,i l,w.L-- . (Ill ilttO ttllfli n -.bai.xi ..l.i... .........II.... I.L nn ...o .v ,,. .. (..,. ..vn plear. tavs ha, no at.,... ll SAM I F.t. IlLAIR.'M H. ..inne.ual. I here was neser a cooler, more delightfuJ I 111' olvti'chiiii- linililiii!'- frmitiiic . boardinK house awa r tastle, atoppetl oll'heie I'lhlay to attend with I.... hoichidaw .i... her heart lh noisy FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .,. , and free ..." .,, r from the mu.iral m...,mto. i ... imi i. V,th nc" -- i.i roiirin aveuue, l.ouiHViiie, the Ul and have asocial chat with bin Vv fhort never to go again plenty of full, much pVisure ran be obtained am. K.T. Pence bought of T. J. Hill ",0 has been pure based by a nyndicute for the water, of old Ills riser. Our I hiring a violent wind .... i r old friend, It. hue Davis. "Tom" is the i; on the site an build- - ewes at '.(frr for aie pruatel) my same gonial fellow ah of yore, ami tho' storm at Moiifooville,.(.,Thurdiv, light knnnathe " l.uinfor.l l'er I)4j... Suiif,,ri ing, made up of theatre, hotel ami store, J. M. Hail bought of J. J. Thompson, ofcl I.ewia pike, and p.ace. near tlie ti. Dix and he U'Ii.iouiliHl in by all that U high uing struck the reshlonco of Otto (Sold-eIO linca-te- r 'er Meal uinnin; Rter, will be erected at a cost of not !ef than of Pulaski, 100 ewes at ?:.i0. IVr Month contauiin 112 Acros ell impnunl, has It i killing three of his children. and holy to be mute, wu a.u forciwl to Comfortalbo stable for horsw'ut'ii'per'ueoLor mil in nf Foit &ai.k. ::oo stock ewes and ".00 Kil n.tfin. mid the .i..n- - is me at line st He Creek, cents nenlar. .... .5' Tho Senate committee on military ?.VK),000. Call mi t.i among the Gillwris a..) that he htlll "cutcl.os on" anu I i,pI.,,V- - ...'.. .,r;."T Ti. " '" ""e K n I. WITHKKS. " ,uu "'" s"v ,ne I'ecent alliance victories in the Ciem- wethe.s. tiiveus A- Carter, Morelaml. on. Correspondence girls and even now i.i "away up in Kt- - allaira has agree.1 to an appropriation of KOllCltcd. V J F. COOK bull calves and Poland til" talkiin- - love to as tueltv a ilamsel ?.'!00.000 for .akiiiL tin I'mt.wl s't.ona gia Coiigre.Hbionul districts at county priC. A. BENEDICTS CO., '"i'-tthat theio will bo a Ken ' CI ina pigs for sale, lioth thoroughbred as ever oothwl with looks ami snules a Itarnirke. at NtMrpurl. regular regimental xmnM I. M. BRUCE, onu recousiniciioH 01 tne Mate Uologa- - and superior individuals. J. M. VanMe-- , Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, iMihclor'a ravage brenst ' Itro Mnret, htithtiarte.s -- Ma.or Thomas V. Dotwoll dieil Hl ion Ht W.ihhinon. Only Messrs. Tin - ter, Danville. LIVES?, SALE- I ;i TEED TANKORI), KY STABLE, Oriap lmvea kiiiv tlnncof jwlnj: Kansas farmers are marketing their Wo have in the day, of our pilgrim- - llicliuiui.il, Va., last week. He was ti,t. Wells drilled STANFORD, KY. hogs. Their prospect for corn is grow- factory prices. to order and i'umpi lurmshed at a, iimiu th lairtli, whU-- tho good olihst turfman in the 1'nited .Status and 1,n,fc for iui0t"?rterni. w i - ing worse and they fear thev will not Apache pritontd hut muii At to attonuate. boeii in his stock farm at P.ullfleld. in Hanovor. erv, who were implicated in the murder have enough for few!. Sl'hCIAl. ATT EN-- ION to COMMERCIAL towuj, hut this, onr own dwir1 ii' of the most noted in the country travelers. Horses and mules bought and A Winchester dispatch of Sherlir Heynolds ami his deputy, have. sold "At prosent there is no continuous t wn. lieath all weevrr m for promeii- hijs tho lirst Only hor.esand eMLles used in livery. lino of railroad iiciosh the continent, but iHjen hunted down by troops and killed, sale of big cattle of the season was made ading, or "lenionadiiig on the doofii.iuy" Dealer In ua the diidu puts it. Ah soon as tho ti-- ' the Northern Puciflr ami the lt.dtii.tore Soldiers are on a hot trail after the other tht're last week, a lot of HARRY A. EVANs, WELL PEPERS. Olio of whom was the leader of tie being sold at l cts. have joined hands and hoou ght throws t.i mellow and indistinct A ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, The Lexington will be held g iiuor over nil. the walks, avenues and thurewill be an unbroken line from' the uiurduruiiM gang. Sr& OILS. The Cheyenne and Ampulio Indi- - Aug. Sliand the four following davs. blANFORD, KY (Jtiopiod nooks in and about town be- - ocean to ocean. VARNISHES, ETC , Tho Natural Itridge i.ronertr has aus have ag.eHl tn hold laud in seveml- - President (J. A. Deling w.ite that he urn- a nort of Parisian Ivdeti. whore Engineering and Surveying in - KENTUCKY. iiititiiilinoiiH NtiirlLH tliul no huui imii been Hld to a MiiMnehii.muu :iml Vin.in. l.v l'arnis to each man, woman and insures a pleasant and attractive entei- - DANVILLE. all branches. to cede tho remalndur, who milr. walk and talk, chatter mid la syndlcatp for ?J00,000. It was pur child, amiacres, to the government over tuiiiment to all John attend. WALK 1'ArT.K AM) DKCOIt VTIONs, the larK t.OuO.OOO Secretary M. Mver has our est and most complete tock in Centr-ifor n. u. rarMiis ami lion .irn m iiauut ami lUuiil until lar tut) ciwnwi irum KentutW, l with all the latest and mot arti-tttie night. "Aint it a rght?" mid a JmiiM H. Illalne, who hae on net; I it for t"t8,,ni of $!,"00,0(X), Acnsh.the remain- thanks for a complimentary to the Dan-d- known to the trade Koom Mouldings decorattons and r,,rewarn Shades in endlex anet to be held In trust, drawing S per ville Fair which will he held Aug. ." S. PklCI-THK ..".trespass on our itr.nu'er tons the other evening. "Tom " nuiiiborof yars nun'S Mshermeu and I.OWFST XI W(1RK THf IKM n others An Hesays that the prospect for a highly cent, intoicst. M.Hji would never have written of the as all such ill he prosecuted without fcuperiiitendent Porter has put on m niatmii it kindly soluitetl ncfon- orders are to the extent efthe law Signed: Thero are four candidates for deh- - successful exhibition was never better. placed fon-at the Census Ihiuxiu in or h Paradise had he onco cou.o here." "b-'D. V. HOI..MKS Dr P V I or- - tv Hon. J. L. Bruce made an average cotwtitutional convention in ul course all thi.s looks odd to a visitor, dor to completo tlm count of tho coun-hii- t gate to the Dr. ,wLr'"uKRs,CHAR,,s rrosI ada'ms Morcoi: g James II. Mooie, tegular of l!i bushels of wheat on H) acres of we who live in Home see hut as Ho-- lry'j poiulation earlier than was JOS:NHaLlOU.N' nee. patesl. Tho daily count from tbison will democratic nominee; Judge J. M. Teh- - land and sold it at 78 cts. 1). X. Piewitt TIM.SLCCi'isriUCKERu bett, tepuhlicau nominee; Hon. I). J. bought of A. (i. NVhitluy 120 ttock ewus ihichauan, the only negro hero ' average two millions mi w !.. ever degraded bis caste by voting The tan Livillu ,v Nashville hasojien-- ' C,ln'-- in,lt "o'inee of the prohibition- - at cts.: of J. L. ISruce Si at fcUC nor Terhiine, In- - head; of V. 15. Pright :M heatl at .' ( cuts. tin' h'..iocnitic ticket, is in hoc gone to ed an inderu. ndent line to Knowille via ifits ,"1,, reP",,,'u"!, '""' Advocate. ttifialiliooae. liiHisoneof those who Mhlillefhoro or both irh.h ,( t.,i...,. "i'H?uiieiu tiemocratic camiui.ue We are standiiic the Clark Cah hoi.c at our staTheie seems to be no doubt that thriving "by hook or crook." ger bnsiue-a- . believe in ble ulAUKinnerat The I.. A N. has AND DRIPPING SPRINGS Hankins had Santaline milled. Tin. ' i..isi weeK. winie peraiiiiiuiuuug aoout tore operated over the K. T. V. A (i $10 to Insure a Living Colt statement that he had $3,500 on him l.e cspinsl ilead sheep lying tlo-- e to tho nm, between Jellico and Knox ville. 1Ioti:i Katyuiii. Me i well bred and a Nc i foal getter turns out to he fake. On the contrary! rt.lrmd, which doubtlutH had been Money Republicans in the House have do. I'o ihe ) .li tor ... the due whnn tnare it parted uh r Ircd to another by some pacing train, and Tim, eidod to allow only four dava forthecot. ki.h-ln.rse. Lieu retained on nil colls till monevls Our Iio.im' lias been crowded for the ho was betting on Aniens. Consequent-lI"1"13 DUN.N & TANNERY !? Ihinkins is in disgntce in Chicago and, "flat" with an eye to htisine., conclmled that sideration of the () iginal Package and hid week, every available space, hotel M as the Times says, when a turfman is in ' I. would allord his neighbors "up on the IJankruptcy bills, thus prartieally buildings, cottages and parlors being disgrace there he is very low down. a chance to loiinh a tnws of shutting oir.leb.ito on two of the most I'd with boarders. Some will leave A Duller county, Kansas, fanner MT. VERNON, KY. mutton. Slyly ami stealthily, like important inoasuied before Congross. day who are here for only a last September bought 100 steers, paying During a noliticnl iliscimsinn nt ',il. stav. iiiidiiianv who Ju.. '.ul old, l.e pre wired the savory, Tliu old and for a month Holel.'is still maintain incus fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Soe. tf.it uiul peddled it amitii I among his ton l.ick. Washington county. Pridav, will leave between the 1st ami .itU of r me 101 .',,. u. lie led them all the & cul attention to the traveling public. ttibe. They did buy and did Norton Hardin, republican, shot and August, this will give us room for new I'lje.'p corn they would eat through the M. P NKWCOMH, Prop., filled, and Tim pocketed a killed John Ilavden. ... ....,... .tint I, arrivals. On Satunlav we had IS new winter. and ill March sold the bunch for eit and ,weie . ... Ii.mo.init. " Ml Vernon, Ky. ...... ..I. ftm flt.,1 .,!..ltlo .1.,.il- - ....... ....... .. ... f !.. . .. i.v't-.,u, ..... ..s... o .......n, men mimc pro.n.iieni . ciiiieus mm. con amivals and not a room vacant, still by V''- - "e leu fixw bushels of corn to M r m felt great. He was. feeling so w hen spicuotis in the politics of that section. a httle huhtlimr and ilouhlimr we stored ,ht' sU'e,s' 70 ''"shels a head. The mm- 3L. ; . i... i ue Morg" Muldleton, another one of hci price oi .1. corn ni mat place was' Cong iis man Jan.es P. Walkei, of them all away and had room for more. Ha. Iead nne of the otaMc at Pence .V, Farrts Ham's descendants, met him. Morghad the .... ...iimv.i. imia tutral Missouri district, who wont The report has gone out that our house about i:5 cents per bushel, hut by mak- -' CD ing a home market for hi coin it eiten of the aforesaid Tim's savory llesh, home a few davs ago to look after his no- - is not finished and that our guests have Breaking and Training Stable. aud having heard a while afterwanls lithal campaign, died at Dexter, Mo., of! to stav out in the halls, corridors, A:c. brought him liO cents a bushel. There is a sorry outlook indeed for, nc nas nao iimcient xin.i,re to Where Tin. had got it, felt a nausea in his congestion of the brain. This mnkeMtb,. This is all false, ever'v room on the nlace him an epert in the 'uikmc... anu hi, rate, make l.eserr will stomach and malice p.epense 111 his 10th death in Congress since the election is finished, furnished, carpeted and oc- - OUi"' .,..."'" etui oune Mate, says the reasonable t,le lum .1 ..hare of juiir patronage. .. II i 1.. nun .10111 inn. r,',ne uarK lonacco heait. .Mo.g accused l.lliotliy Ol lilltch- - in ISSS. . entiled. Then nMin it has been rennrt belt is certainly in a serious condition. eriiigaiid selling "spilt" meat, and Tun, -J- ames Moran, conductor, li. 11. Mc wl by interested narties that this is the notne. ustomed to having his honorahlo Karlan and (.ieorge Hanson, brakenien hottest place in the world and that our Indications are that in Henderson coung: CO name splotched with such n heinous ontheC.S., were horribly mangled at water gave out on the Uh and we had to ty theie w'ill be less than half a crop charge, resented by drawing his "hook- - Sadieville. They were under the trucks haul from the Old Dripping. Did any with favorable seasons from this on, and ' bill" and letting Morg's blood. Tim was repairing a draw-bawhen the engineer, one ever hear such lies. One of our should the drouth continue a shoit time E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ariestcd for the hundredth time, carried James Smith, backed his engine into the springs has a basin which contains 100 longer there will be no crops at all. The before the police court and lined $o0 ami train, causitig tho trucks to run over the gallons nmt another 100 gallons. On tho remainder of the stemming district is in 4 V fill No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation unwise lii.ttr nil' lli.ui il.iu c... ..;,... 'P.,. ivtn mays in jail. 110 is occupying inreo men, all of whom will probahlv. Uh there were 700 or S00 people here bacconists who bought larcelv last" v...,r and its proprietor Is determined that shall be maintained quarters 111 the jail barracks at Stanford, die. and at night both basins were just are congratulating themselves, while H is now stated that the young . Mr. Peyton King has removed his farmers are correspondingly blue. as full as they were in the morning, in He has recently added 10 its appointments to Ilurhourville, whore he has I'h'ty swell, Sheppanl White, who was fact all the water was caught from the Kentucky Fairs. taken several largo contracts for house-- ' arrested while in Kentucky to see "BBMM8MWMJ?T.MfcaBMCwtTiSh-1spouts and the basins were not touched. rTn.1 ill tS Hustonville Stock Fair, July :.':.', '' !,'M. Messrs. Joe and V. A. Brooks tor Illackburn's daughter ami others of As to the heat, there have been no (oirrard County Fair, July .", (. CO., A First-Clas- s were here this week to see their mother the bon ton. is the son of a negro washer nights here tliis Mtiunier warm enough Livery Stable Fininence, July 'J:! t days. , woman at ll.iltimore. His and sinter. Mis. Mary Douglas, of Dan-arrest has to bleep from under cover and with HUSTONVILLE, KY. Toaccommodaie the demands of his increased Ilarrodsbmu. July LI) I day. ville, ami Mrs Sofa Carson, of Louisville, created a great sensation for he was a windows open ami it is so cool in tho Ilest Turnout. r,.,n..k-- .. Are still in the hiisnevs i.,id ready tr. do any transient patronaie. and others. Commercial Iravelers Panville, August days. are the guests of Mrs. II. 15. Karris. Mr. high llyerand counted his conquests by day time that many of our quests want thing in the Undertaking line. We l.ae a full ' stock of Can's and L askeis of all kiiuls tnd Kobes Sharpsbur.', Aiir. 12 4 days. and Mrs. Markwell, of Danville, who the 100s. lire. ol every deicnption Our h'U'se, which is nearly Mnysville, Aur. IP tlays. new can be obtained un short notice Mr J H Near Peach Orchard, Ark., a voting have been stopping at Mrs Mary liar- Notwithstanding all these false reports (reen has charge nt. ur business and will show Lawrenceburj:, Au. 1114 days. netfs, have returned home. Mrs. J. J. man named Sturns accused a woman our house is tilled up and everybody de- our soods to any one ucedm); .M)t'inj sn our Lexiucton, Aii. L'(J o days. 61 ill' s iu pay a Kt.iidol rifty Dollars for uarson, oiow .1u.1ny, inn.,' ami Airs. iiiuneu riu 01 going into his trunk. The lighted and having a happy time and ' liononconKti..nofanj unauthorized iiir.,rma. Shelby ville, Attjj. I'll 5 days. person J. T. Carson and daughter, of Louisville, woman and a friend named V. Tiinms, plenty to come as soon as these leave.' Paris, September 2 4 daj. - went to the house of Sturns to chastise Found Cutting Timber or Damare here to fpend a portion of tho huiiiUespt., U. U.iSl.Al'dllTKIt. HardstOwn, fc'ept. '' days. aging any Improvements inerwith Mrs. Ihooks. Misses Alice1 him, and in the (pianel 'Junius struck HowliiiK ireen, Sept. ' days. tin the following proper!) . Cucstnut and Maude Pope, two pietty 'turns' old mother, sturns shot and Democratic Convention. Winchester, sept. ! 4 davs. He Damille belles, an i ved Saturday to visit killed Tinuus with a Winchester ritle ' '"K"""" Known as V A Cash's .. . .ti. In compliance with a call of the disiiii.i.i.hi ii ..iiiiil ilium s.' iirnrT ""mku i. iiaiin tlftira ii Cyuthi.iua, Sept. Hi J days 'CRir' fir Mr. Kbb llij;- - and'killed the woman with a shotjiun. Mrs. .1. II. ilutchiiis. " trict committee the democrats of I.iu- Richmond, Sept. lit days. -- me Kentucky delegation to the rim is nere lor a lew Hays to the Joy ol 0In county are requested to meet at the Ilutchi.i, joacrefirm . " ICA CPFricir I U Horse Cave, Sept. Itf 4 days. his mother and his sweetest yirl. Mr. XationalU. A. II. encampment at Bos-- ' mler tracts i '"'?" "" N 7,,Utr.yn e in Stanford, Wednesday "Henderson. Sept. .".0 f days. W " '" 'lurnimir.. 7 acre ".lot" -- OfiSED, iff aud Mrs. Monroe Curtis drove over to ton will leave Louisville either on julv M. j llarri.'o acrw, AT nt 2 v. m., for the purpose of " 3' crcj, Hartford, October o days. SonierH't Friilay to spend n week with the Sth or Hth of August, reaching Hos-- j uIwUiib delegates to the district con PA'11 PRU' Qr.Fcil ............... ,47 acres, Joe acres. Oweiihboro, Oct. 7 ." days. Miss Annie Hopper of Louis- - ton either on Sunday or Monday. The tjon, to bo held at Ko.iiisou Mill tract. I lubin', Urm. Ilrran- Lawrencebiirf: Aug. 7, Hopkinsville, Oct. lfi 4 davs. rti.iu. arm, jiiei retrevs farm, . CoucITt (Inn ville, is spending her vacation at tho various roads have agreed on a faro of for tlie purpose of noininatiti a ,.... 11..' DM s IJrill. Oil I.UlIc Kl.lf. un..J,U r TfcKEN OURtMQ CHAUGt 0? Ult r ;sl'"'''. o ?es, Menrv .Miller-s- , 44i acre. House. Her brother, Mr. Lee 'l for tho round trip, which is just half j, late for Couyress in this, the The astronomers have discovered an- and aunt, MisaSue Hopper, will, the regular fare. -,ra It is hoped that a trict. "' : T. D. Xewlaxii. Chin'ii. J3QOK V'7 " ' ,W YIOVlAN'JUilOfJfa ' Or hard, Hotel. Cot . .,,.. dsiorehou.e rr.7 ouici iini.niiii. .V liorae IS KOOtl ellOIIJjIl also be Kiieshi there this week. Mrs. further reduction to $ls may be secured. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA fiL D.AV. Vaniikvbkk, Secy. J for Knmiirer. inhkimer 101.0m A i , , i i ".' . Ul IUJXl mom" prepared lhaii ever to l.ood I.ivtry attached tired Uic me a cjII. Ihmemoied tomv nt Proprietor, - Kentucky. the pub"" lonien.ence de- - nJr lom,noda. 1 Par-illc- .,..... - lIL-f- . j .... ..... ' ins ..',',. i .,,""""' . i - - - 'Ur '..of "i ?T - POWDER ,.,,., I - Vico-I'iestde- i Absolutely Puro j - - v...... r" - it ..HALE'S "WEjLL.i f . - - X , j FOB SALS! i io we-- twura. J-- tt ' , COOK'S hi-i- - l SPRINGS. - -, .11 north-houn- d , , .11 -- uvi-b """ . 1 . ....... .!. - j 1 ' - -t 1 - ,- --. i i. Farm For Sal. I .1 I vwst fc- --. 5SHj-iSj- r, i ...., 1111 - .1 in - - '"-"- rm.,i -- iioiir-ifoK.- v . l m I ' h . 1 ' liir "''? Mu-gn- d , ' E. GIBBCWS, PEMTS tmt-cla- ss 1,700-pouu- cat-thre- e. 1 -- i 1 - 11 ' u. el H POSTED. ex-a- n, - P.-- ht 1 antici-n.-iii- 2 " V 111U-e- st m I - 1 15 '- - NOTICE. GREEN-BRIA- Inii-ri'.- r Jout-Htt- i y - j k' ' to-f'f- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. j two-weok- s' ' ' y .,,,., m I ... ' tj A 3 - - .- - - - . 4 ..... I '4MS ; C. CR)0,W lth I ( 1 I iii-iiuc- 1 .... ! o 5"' i .r j j j r, feSgl 4-- .THE MYERS HOUSE Sena-paintin- g. -- , J. T. STJTTOIT A Pool and BillinrcTrarlors -- ."1 I J j $50 R3SWAHD! ."1 1 $&) JADFIELDS ,"1 court-hous- :, 1 ven-iclathe- s. candi-Harri- F0MUlUt MENSTRUATION sewarAUeMUMlOX FEMALE- hTm.l ATflD ULni Ull I-- 1. 1 -- '. I... - .rwrr&i-.i,:-"",''--pta.w.i- : hJ,. - .,!l. J-- 51 -- tmni, $-- il,n' .. Ku-ht- h d!s-llopp- it.nati . ' , Agent for Owuer.. Es i-y - t--i T"- - KTV ffgi p" T" rs-- TSwr JTT yirr !,,.- - swr '-- r5ir rTrS?p 1 Semi-Weekly Interior journal Jn.Y 22, 1890 Stanford, Ky., W. F. WALTON, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tr " " Superior Judge, JOSKI'H HARBOUK Appellate Clerk, V V LONGMOOK County Jud.e, THOMAS W VARNON County Attorney, JOSEPH H PAXTON; County Clerk, GEORGE II COOPER; Sheriff, J NMENEFEE; Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; Alienor, E. D. KENNEDY Sup't of Common Schools W F UCI.AKY Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CAHSON " " i if' Tnr. democrats have presented to the people of Linroln county an exceptionally uood and clean ticket. They are all worthy men ami most of them have been tried and not found wanting. The prohibitionists want to beat some of them, however, and have accordingly nominated a partial ticket, hoping that their action may lead the republicans to do likewise and thus jeopardize the success of the four gentlemen who have been specially marked with their disfavor. There is nota prohibitionist in the county as unpractical and bigoted as many of them are, who thinks there is a scinticket tilla of a chance for their to be elected. It cannot be under any state of case. Their object, therefore, is one of spite and rebuke towards the democratic party, which we call upon the democrats of the county to resent in no uncertain way. Let every man go to work for our ticket and show the fanatics, who are bent on endangering the life of the party, that Lincoln county is true to her principles and traditions. The election is le?s than two weeks oil. The right must be short and sharp and the result so decisive that we shall have no prohibition party more of the county. in this d so-call- fc S has demonstrated that such establishments are a delusion and a snare. The magnificent Western Union Telegraph building at New York caught fire from the electric wires and was damaged to the amount of SloO.OOO. Fortunately the employes escaped with their live, but it was a close call. The Western Press and other concerns that did business in the building also guttered severely. e The politicians were not able to farmers' the great strength of the ovei-com- Another fire-pro- building candidate for governor of Tennessee and Buchanan was nominated by the democratic convention on the 2Ctli ballot, the other candidates withdrawing when satisfied of the inevitable result. The nominee has served three times in the Legislature and is said to be a capable and excellent man. !! has alwavs followed farming as an occupation. Gov. Bn K.vKit has helped the State out of a financial rut again, but not with his own money this time. The Cnuriei Journal says hi) has induced the Frankfort banks to allow :i per cent, interest and '2 on Statu deposits up to per cent, for deposits ovei that amount. At the same time banks agree to pay State warrants, when the deficiency arises, charging 5 per cent, interest on advances. K. c t Tiikkk is a very interesting story, in a political sense, afloat concerning Hon. Matt Adams' recent visit to Knox conn Yes, and the ty. Louisville Times. gentleman owes it to tho democincy to deny it, if as we believe, it is untrue Col. Adams is not doing himself any good by his studied silence in the midst of the charges that he is sulking and encouraging his friends to do likewise. I i1-- . The announcement that Dr. Kelley had declined the prohibition nomination for governor of Tennessee turns out to have had a string to it. The "party" refused to accept tho declination, so the doctor gives up his allegiance to th'j of Church to chase tho politics and wallow for a time in its mire. fr f rs 1-- w . ' IS ,Laa ,n,k promoters of the Bins WASruii.-f- he ! ...w-- - t. m v.inv ' whinn will reouiro the f """J pike, which is to do away collectors at the norts of entry to take "w cut off of passing Kowlaml, more toll from the importer than is nec- with the danger may bo - are ready to receive bids, which essary to pay the expenses of the govr, r.,.l ., auuresseu to mner x. w . ....--.,- -. ernment? The answer is this, and it Stanford till shows how the right to impose taxes is F. Peyton or K.T. Pence, at A meeting will be held this abused by either very unwise or by very AK. 15th. hereabouts, who hold corrupt congressmen. IJieroare many weeK. at wnicn 'r- j"-- 1 "" Hisold comrades he roatl doubt be chosen president liiin in remembrance, will bo glad to people in this country engaged in manuwill be of much advantage toStanford in know that Maj. W. G. Bullitt has been facturing and selling tho same sort of ways, besides opening up main nominated by the democrats for delegate goods which foreigners send here to other building lots. sell. These home manufacturers want to desirable to the constitutional convention from a county. He was major in Col. make the very largest possible piolit in Tin: New York World never Grigsby's regiment and greatly beloved their business. They reason this way: copy uflcr the subscriber's time has ex Here is a hat which we can make and pired. It ne or sends a bill. .Vlo.iy by its officers and men. .. World one eentan.i it keeps no sell with fair profit at i--', but that we The Lancaster Record is authority for may get the largest possible returns we acCounts l,oMii-- e it lias none to keep, the statement that Col. W. U. Bradley would like to have $2.50 for it, and could jt JH pretly hard for a country paper to has not the slightest idea of making the hkely do so if it were not for these ras-"they would nin wjthout riediting, but if race against Gov. MrOteary for Congress. cally importers, who will sell tho same Julopt tjl0 Woild'n plan they would be a The colonel is a mighty wnsiblo as well hat for . If we can only induce Con- a Jong Kfeat (leaj bettor (),i ju us a monstrous clever nun, and knows gress to make theso importers pay a tx who doe-- , not pay his sub-o- f when lie has had eimugli.of empty limi-- ' 50 cents on each hatthoy sell, although H,.rj,,ti0 s worse than no account to tho ors. the government don't need a tax of ' and of almost as little value to Ouu old friend, James W. Jones, of more than 25 cents on the hat, then wo t,ll u,ivertihUr. London, wants to represent Laurel and can safelv put our own hats on the mar-- ; -- The total number of pensioners on Rockcastle in the constitutional conven- ket lit 3K), for the importers will be f or fail the rolls at tho lut count was 5:52,471). tion. If li is chosen there is no doul t compelled to have their tax back "Until" BHVS lIKll iiarribOll CUIII1UI.I !.. I !,. Tl... ,. ir. nw.n.lui. f that ho will givo very ,Ut, "weight" to nominated foi a second term, no matthe body, which ought to hi composed Congress and make their wishes known. be They eay that legislation of this kind is ter how much lie may desire it. of giants. The republican have stolen two more seats from democratic congressmen in order to increase the power of their mob. Goodrich gets Bullock's seat in the Florida contest and McGinnis that of Alderson in West Virginia. There is no justice, of course, in tho business and might even does not make it right. proper because it helps to build up the Politics of Farmers. manufacturing Interest ot tlio coumrj In a strict sense the woid demonstraand enables them to pay better wages to tion cannot bo safely predicated of any laboring men. With some, this sort of projvosition unless it be a mathematical poppy cock passes for an nigunient, one. The creeds of ch relies, the max- ul.ilo ntliM of moie sene and less1 ims of war, the rules of political econobought outright, and the principle are my all involve and arc based upon fair result Now whom tnnf. is a Indisputable propositions. But no man ..... t Ikik It it " uoes tins sort oi iai in protect does or can allbrd to lest in a state oi enriches a few does it protect them? It Indecision or inactivity concerning ques- men. The government lends itself to tions which daily all'ect his interest, be- the business of class legislation. It has cause of the possibility that he may be its favorites. It says to the farmer, you mistaken. The best the best of us can are nothing but a drudge, you are u do is to exercise the best judgment we sweating, linking hewer of wood and have upon the best information we can drawer of water. Your earnings must obtain. bo taken from you for the favorites. We Of the various clashes which go to need u monied aristocracy in this counmake up the population of this country, try and you must contribute to make it. there is none so numerous, there is none Munufactureis are necessary in this more highly important to tho general country and the whole power of the gov welfare than tho farming class. Surely eminent is going to be exercised toward farmers are the bono and sinew of the making farmers sustain them in luxury. land. Mining and manufacture would Do not larmers see that they aie simppel ish without them. The arts of the ly robbed" And w hat is w orse, they are learned professions, supplementing their robbed, not for the benefit of the governgreat work and giving a touch of grace ment, but for the benefit of the governto their labor, draw their nourishment ment's favorites. from them. Yet for all this they have The commonlyaccepted idea is that a .'50 years more severely punished been for government, like a father among his by vicious legislation than any other children, should be impartial; that it class of our people. It would seem that should have no favorites; that its blessthe curse of Issachar has been put upon ings, like the dews of Heaven, should them by the republican party they are fall on all alike. But here is one under the ass "between two burdens. Their laadministration of the republican parbor supports tho life of the country, the ty, which destroys the equality of right their sweat pays most largely the taxes iifh pets one class between its citix 'its. of the country. In common justice to and robs another, wh.ch u uai f imposthemselves and their families they should upon its most numertake time to consider what a taritl is and ing such burdens respected subject that highly how it is a tax. For it is both by an ex ous and inequality of taxation they they cry to Heaven. cess nnd an does not What intellectual farir-are made to suffer. This proposition an be found know that his only rb they should start out with: that the t principles of the government does not own one cent of in the triumph of in democratic part. -- a party which has money eyery penny it has either opposed excessive taxation a par circulation or in its cotters has been ob opposud class legis-- j tained by taxation. Now there are two ty which has always lation n party whose polarstnr hasever forms of taxation the direct and the inof right a party whose, direct. When the sheritt's of our conn-tiu- been equality whole history bristles with opposition to nnlloot tun's from the neonle. that privileges? is the direct form. The Legislature says exclusive many cents on the 5100 there shall be so Coi.. Matt Advms' silence is becoming worth of property paid by each citizen to painfully oppressive, not that it is necessupport the State government, and the sary foi tho election of Mr. Longmoor people know exactly how much they should speak, but to show to the pav and what they pay for. The indi that he is. We world tho manner of man he by There rect fofm is by means of n taritl. nu. was no suspicion of sulking do not make in this country all that wo Wolford when Tom Henry beat bun consume. All our coffee comes from! On the contrary the old gentleman nhrn.uL Mneh of our susrar. all of spumed all ovcrtuies made to him by our tinware, much of our clothing, many the nnd republicans and took of our bats and shoes and a great many the stump for tho man who had downed manufactured articles are likewise im- him in convention. Now all along the exterior ported. boundaries of the United States the gov Tiiiu'e out of five of the TOO new pet established ports of entry as! sion clerks, which are to be appointed eminent has 51,000 a year, arc entitled to come they are called. They are to the coun-L- t is to a fr0ni the South, but the Courier Journal try at large just what a turnpike road. At these ports there is thinks that it is doubtful if so many jean officer a toll collector who is re-- 1 publicans can be found in that ection quired to collect toll for nearly every competent to do the work. If this a man brings from another coun-- 1 ty is a fair specimen we are absolutely try into this country to sell. Let us sim they can not. You can almost suppose it is a lot of woolen cloth, that count on youi fingers the republitans the merchant who biings it could afford berewhoar competent to hold office, to sell for 51 a vard. But the toll col- ,., xs Immium has mounted t'l" rat-l, i,i,tni,.ivfnrihH mivi-- ' throiiuh his gate ."0 cents ''g stumt for .fudge Tinsley, but tint of long shot. I be So when the foreigner .does not settle it by a on each vard. to" sell to the wholesale home, j"dge is going lo be the worst beaten comes man that ever was. It's a pity, too. iin merchant, bo must have not only hardly deserves the but his oO cents, and the inteie.t is a good man and trouncing that awaits him. on it. The wholesale merchant sells to severe the retail merchant here iu Stanford and Additional Local. charges not only what he has paid but interest upon the amount and a profit TiieJ. &C. will sell tickets to during the fair, July -- Mb to sells to beside. Tho retail merchant goes through a similar Aug. 1, atH fares for the round-trip- . the farmer and process. He must have what he has paid, Trains make cloe connection at Hurgin his interest upon the sum and then his with the Louisville Southern. profit. So that by the time the cloth Thk trouble between the L. A, W and goes to the farmer, ho has paid not only some of its brakiincn nnd switchmen the original oO cents toll or tax, but has been satisfactorily adjusted. The paid also the interest and profits of two has com nan v agrees to iucreaso the waea or three other nersons. Now since tax- . n nllrvti 1W ilutlto (III .!. .11.. -mater, u..y . .1 -- -ation is a necessary thing, all this is well delayed time over two nmirr hour for . enou.! , un,ess U.e rgnt to co e t , wfao II. iMiirx.u. this WIIV IS HUllBl'lJ. Iiun also got tho benetitof thoincreaw. There are many ways, but the chief one strike, is by collecting more at the port of entry .e(,ro named King, who lives at than is necessary. It is very plain to us ijmvlaud, was struck in the fate and bad-tbif the Legislature should command jy Saturday night. He claims that the sheriff to collect To cents on the $100 j10 v.a8 KOing up tho steps leading to his when only 30 cents were needed that roo, when some one dealt him a severe then it would be excessive taxation. The kiovv on tbe mouth and no&e. He was sum raised by the extra I'o cents rate t00 (care,i to investigate, the matter and would simply lie idle in the treasury at' ;s yet unaware of the person who hit Frankfort and the people would be j,j,( although he believes it the work of robbed to that extent. A natural inqui- -' a ghost. . , GiaaMe Clearance Sale A.T f ..! i THE A Semi-Annual LOUISVILLE STORE - Slaughter of' Fine Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Mats, IT e are forced to malic tins .fide to accom- T. run Its, Carpets, Matting, tyc. nu mate our jmmense ran rarcnases. which arrive aoout tne en a or ine season, ijeiow we enumerate prices or a rew acpartments: imnossiote to ao justice in this respect, therefore advise the public to girr us an earli call in . order to secure duced, to 5 cts.; z rts., m now recioice. Jnaiu, juintn, wiucii we sola at sold, at S o cts. will now be sold at 7 2 cts.: that that wo we sold at 10 cts. will noiu be sold at 8 o cts.; that we sold at J 2 J 2 rts. will now be sold, at JO cts., ftc. JZvcry J'arasol in th-- house must go. i-J-1-- St J-- 1 1 -- c COST ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF Jfere is svlendid npjiorrunity to secure a Jfandsonw Parasol for almost nothing. Extraordinary Inducements in Boys Shirt I aists a t Clearance Prices. Our Entire Stock of Ladies' Vests reduced to Clearance Jrices; all of our Gents' Flannel Shirts reduced to Clearance Prices. Mo mercy shown in Summer Clothing, which will be Slaughtered liegardless of Cost. Nothing will be reserved; every thin g must go, and will be sold at and. Below Cost. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. r SALIXGICIC, Manager. . bll4tl k c jror Salo h , n Erlck Rcsidonco " I, " a i,l . , j I', U C" rt ,, twt Mftm k it) hU AMhr t I. t.t- -, Nt Ihc Wsi r MEN'S WEAR. Clothing, Shoes, i Regulate The Bowels. f cm ,! sore-head- s I Tntt'i I'll' produce ImmIj ill mill Rood mtiU'li, uo ouu can Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Dheasef, Bilious Colic, Lldnria, etc. reg-uln-r Sick SLoadaolio, ! wiirs'S tlrn.UKCt (hott'inle mill beget iIImcuoco, siu li ua I ton. itltlintM r;ooil Sold Everywhere r liulilt f licnllli. Hats, Neckwear, Flannel Shirts, Fine Dress Shirts, COLLARS AND CUFFS toll-gat- e j rvt """"""i- - -- J5y conn-thin- g j To cure HlllomncM, sick Iteadnrhc, loiutl- pation, Malaiin, I.Ivc r ( orti!aint, take the late nid certiln remedy, j SMITH'S BILE BEANS buttle) Vn theMIAMiHlzo(01lttleT!ftntothO lllKV UK TIIU MOST CONVl.MOT. A Everything Suitable for the Season. i Sliitttlc tor- - Jill .JVC Price of rllhpr le, U3c. per llottle. WMI"Hr if .".(Mrr" onus.. ,. ! J.r.SMITHACtMUkirtof'filLlM.i.NS, ST.LCUIS Will STAGG & McROBERTS. MO. liar-rodsbu- rg a WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS COLDS Wasting Li:eascs Many liavo falisrl one pound per day by lt.s use. h'cottH 'Emulsion is not a hocrot remedy. It contains tho Rtunulnt-iu- g pronorlitH of tho llypojihos-phitoand pino Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho pocncy of both beiiife hugely incteased. 7t is used by riiy.siciiius till oer tlio world. H SCOTFS CONSUMPTION BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF ...... ...... - - l- Wondorful Flosh Producer. G-ood- s at ' nrt GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, 0 J . j PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold bit oil Jtriifitilstn, COTT v.. l.n iln ,noinlir,ra nf f?nn I &BOWNE,Cliomlots,N.Y. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, Is more complete than any time this season. ,....,. 1 I -- 0 ;: SEVERANCE & SON. en CREAM &M.& a" (& EW ii :1i JT JUMWJ&y . IF YOU WAST II rVl ill j LEXINGTON.KY. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY Are headquarters for Hard-ware- , ' 1 ; hUb-orilH- t. r. ' GOOD BREAD AND A UAI'l'Y COOK, j 1K puhcr Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, Ao. Plows ! - ' CREAM FLOUR MADE J1Y Kuy the Oliver Chill or I lamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Plows ! Plows ! LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. do good work, or no salft COMPANY, Hvcry plow warranted to LEXINGTON, KY. Ask your neighbor. i. ...".,. '' - -' ''-- - ..,v.T..-i- . ... Sffin 3?rSi3!rrT7S-S92- 3 mtmmmMMJmtmKmMm ryujniiii, jiinniri) ft2 it im 'riii t T r rr T , - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal - 1!ek)I!E buyinc your Coal sec IS. K. Wearcn. win- - thousand Two hundred brick now ready for delivery. II. K. ilrst-rlat- s le ! Price 'TANFOKD, KY , JuiiY ISrv wire screens for doors ami -- 2, 1800 "lows of Sine , Menefee. A - V'arcn. b line of Chamber pound girl, the finest on record. vote against Longmoor became their pet, ice. WALTON,uu9.MannRer Teasels and (ilasswaio just received nt Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. Cait. .1. W. Ilotc, wiio took up the Capt. Matt Adams, was not nominated, Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send is all a mistake. Itismoie than a misMEANS BUSINESS. for Catalogue. Misraj.dn ure those who ,owe me mail train yesterday, told us that a 1Mb. girl arrived at his house Sunday 'morn take; it i a republican campaign lie. to come forward and settle. 1 need monV vmir accounts. Ijiiean you A. Louisville Post. ey and I must liave it. Jl. 0. Hupley." ing. It. renny. A dispatch from Wichita, Kan., says ; . Watch ts and jcwolrv repaired Riid ' Tf I wii.i. be able to accommodate all who that thermometers throughout the AroflMH) are now ready 1'k warranted. A. K. Penny. Hustonville Fair and will do kansas valley stood at 104 .Saturday. Tiik best nlnce to buy drills, patent jnndfcheriu" Newland says you iniiHt pay attend the style. P. W. Green, pro- Hot winds, which prevailed all day, finso in medicines umi toilet articles is at A. it. your taxes at once. lIuiBuoinK lo setprietor Weatiierford Hotel. Pen nv's, ished up the destruction of many thoutlo everything up by the time his term Buy your school books, ftik, tablets, mm' sand acres of corn. A rain fall would My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The pa nor, pencils and school supplies of all expires Jan. 1. TiiKfirmbf "S. S. Myers and A. Ti save only the corn in the very low lands, kinds from A K. IVnnv. I). $. Caiu'KNTKK, of Somerset, will be Nunnellcy have all of the privileges of all the other being absolutely destroyed. stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. in Ilustonvillc on the ISth and will re- the Hustonvillc Fair nnd have already PERSONAL POINTS. Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to NEW ADVEKTISKMEXTS. main a few days. Those indebted to gone thither. They paid ?1G0 for them. . Mil, a.n i Miis. M. Si.i.vi.i:ti A'unt to him are expected to settle their accounts give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. Tiik excursion on the K. C. to CincinParis, Sundav. without further nati, which ran Sunday, did not reach Mns. Mamn'da 1! wiik.v went to Iou-'I in: weather has been supremely dt here on its return till 10 a. m. yesterday, ville yesterday. Mit. (iixHK.i: 1.. Pii.vNY is down with a lightful foi several days. A cool wave when theexcursionistfi seemed to be worn RICHMOND, KENTUCKY came Friday, since which everybody to n frazzle. .GO TO. (iii'll Sept. 10, lhf)l. Fevere attack of fervor. Miii.CC. Putiusii is visiting Mrs. seems glad that tie is living. Thtce Colleges. Thirteen Departments. The democrats of this county will see Classical, Marshall at Parksville. Scientific, and Commercial l ticket that the courses. Expenses moderate j?i8o to Tin: 1st of July has como and gone that the little Miw. A. It. Pbxsv, who ha been ill I would take it as a special if prohibitionists have put out to catch 5240. favor nnd Attendance last session 326, from l days, in bettor. suckers is buried under a 25 states and territories those who owe me would call and settle. Mns. J. A. Caiu'kstih: nr.d children full information and catalogue, atldrt-Please do not neglect this as I need the tremendous majority. The third party nre visiting at Perry ville. GROCERY" L. H. BLANTCW, D. D., Chancello is destined to die a 'horning in old Linmoney. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Mis Uiioiia I.yti.k will open school at coln. White Oak next Monday. Mil. J. W. Adams received a telegram T? A soinch Hlcyile, hall tmr. U1V L LJjiliinRtall around Will cll it Mn. .1. P. P.iiiton went to Lexington Sunday evening from his brother, Char- Tiik Hustonvillc Fair begins cheap. Address llox j. Crab Orchard, Ky. Saturday to visit Leslie Wilson. lje Adams, wiio has his headquarters at w itli the greater part of'the lorenoon tie. Mit. mMhh. M. T. Ki.ki.n- have re- - Somerset, stntiiiK that his wife had died voted to the productions of the fair sex. ARTICLES or turned from'a visit to hu.idenlv. Ho did not state the cause of In the afternoon jack stock, horses and Miss Mittii: Collins, of Danville, is her death. mares will bo awarded premiums in the Mr. J. T. Hlankendiip's. The largest The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. nggregate of about SUOO. Wu huve half a doren DiiTio.N'Aittiw. Mns. K. S. of Fort Smith, premium for the second day is t"" for 1. We, 1' J. Fottr, K. Keid.J S. HocUr, s Ark., is visiting Mrs. tieorge 11. llruco. more Webster's Unabridged Dictionaries, the best mare or gelding in the roadster T Harri, llr -- li lin. k,r, hoinas Metcalf, Mr. A.S. Piiiit.iuiiI V. 11. McKinney which we will let old or new subscribers ring, while on the :Sd day Jl.'O will be M J'ence, J. K VunArodalraml J W Ilnydi u, ill hereby avciatc uurclves toiHher nnd bt'oine in connection with the pa-- . hung went to Cincinnati on tho excursion Sun- have at up in the sweepUike roadster ring. imarporated pursuant to the jirovmcin ofChari per. These nre the last of a largo lot and (1e11rr.1l Matnte day. of Keutui.ky, h a The weather promises to be tine and ler 56 of the Car-loCompany, f.irtlie tunc hate of the real eitate, mill Mism Srsu: Li8I.hy went to Crab Or all Unit wu propose to handle. ad and elevator nnd all the perwnal property about the exhibition the best of the series. the. mill, f Stanford, Ky., formerly ly the char--! Sprint Saturday to spend some 'Stanforil Holler Mill Co.," and fo'r the puri.hai CtT in Two. John Smith, a white mitime. other ndlitional estate and It wns reported that Dr. Cooper, of of tuch be required and real the purpoteiiu hincryc nor from Pennsylvania, loaded up witli a may for of carr)-inMk. W. li. Mt of Decatur, Just received by on a milling dummcm. the Hast Knd, is a candidate for county mean whisky and staggered on the rail ... lni,,uil,iil,, proved 11.,., Ihenameol thi corporation snail, hc'Mrie Ala., is spending a while with his pa- judge, 1.... freight train ., Bm, piinciIu,i road track near Jollico NewSwnforif Ko,, M, rent-- i. Me at Mauloru, plu e of Lincoln struck him and posing over his body, J tin report was at least premature. I .Jr. county, huniiien shall Ny. Mk. J. Nbivtos Ckaiu is hero w 110 ol the The Kcneml nature of the tnulne W,n C,,,,UI '" lW0, ,,u MM il anKv Coop,,r " " with old . . .. ...... Il(in mine very pluainitl time rortorlion hll be the pur,.hse and ale II lllllll ..u. Hlllllll III ...i. . .....r., .. u ,111 ......... llllll.ll II IIKIill III ...... urmr, manulactii and nale of flour and meal and man, about : years of age. Dealer in fr.end. thcdoinicol aild if lie rilllS Wt! are sure it will be oCh flouring whateer tle pertain, tn thecondiKi mill, and the purchac ami tale of Mi Ki.i. llnyr, of Danville, has bueii Tim lioulsville Legion will ms up tJ 0p?nly ami above board. A good many coal he guest of Missus Maud anil Minnie Middlesboro to night for a ihatl he The tpital stock of 4 rennblleans have told us that thev will $y.oon thirty ihoimmd the corporation dollar, divided into luplev. and a big programme lias not suiinort a partial ticket ami that Karc of one Hundred dollnri oath, which i paid cnuiiineut thn, Mk. (ino. M. S5'n.uig, of uuorKutown been arranged, whii-includes eXCUr nnmlttiitiniiu imifct In. mttili. fnrtilt tliiinf. up in full of theJune 9 1890, bv the transfer to the property mentioned in Sec. Company Gor. Main and Somerset streets. the guet of Sum Meiiefp am! Dick slons, a milibiry bull Wiwlnusday "I'M Hcen, if The corporation hall commence operation j. their support is securinl. on this trioqth day of June, iSon, and continue in i ,"UI"1year therefrom at the Middlesboro Hotel, hIikui battle, etittcnfe twenty-fivhall Vie TheaffaiM of thn mrporatiun KokkrtMi A1.I8TKK went up to Cmb n,0 WOrks OI1 pjiimu-Fona pirty that trades on itB morality llttl and a y a Hoard of nine Director, of vthich live to try the virtuo of HrJ. ,)ro,nona(i8 c0lia.ru hall and 'and christian virtues, the prohibitionists hall (.nti'ttitnte ijiiorum,fur the llna-- Mich the corporation i w atom. its can start more silly and unc:illeil for sto bate the rioter to emnlm may be necexary or agents and emploreet as xAwni mm Jolts Yor.vi. Hiiuhn writes Chairman! ries thnn any set that ever lived. Thev ,,rnprr for the totiiluct ol th affair of th curpor- Wi reuret to reimrt th.tt Mr. S. !' or otlierwie aiion and to Hcpiire by purch who is staying nt Halm Well, is, Rowland thatit will be impossible for will open all theii little meetings with m I. real estate or pertonal property or proper lor the uiimiicm 01 lie nrporaiiun. u Stanford The prayer and look even more sanctimoniHaving secured the services of hhu to speak v.i sick with n khltioyairenllon. anhafl !.e elected The Hoard of Director T. was lumle by (.Jen. Castle-nul.iyitiK Stocitch, of nually by the utockholder on the aecond Sntur apoiuUiiout Mifs ous thnn the devil, when he is trying to one year while Mr. jdavsaint, ami then go out and bear day of each Januar. to hold office for and qualili.iKlitNn viiiting Mis. J. K. Van-- J man without consultation are elected and until their vicci-ofied. L'ntil thofirit election in January. 1S91, the llrown had advertisetl to speak in an- false witness against their neighbors and incnrperatora afnre:tid nhall he and compose the A rrlale, returned home yestcrdav. I am now fully prepared to do lie regret very t"ll the ignorant any kind of a tale to Directory of the corporation. Any vacancy in MlSMIS AI.I.IK Itlrll KIl.V, of .Sonioi- - other part of the Suite, hall be filled y Directory of the orp.iraiton nl, and Lillian Tanner, of McKinney, much that he can notbe with us, but make votes. The Pharisees of the olden the remaining Director.hl! at no time contract or the I. '1 he corporation w and peak here later. says he try are guests of Min Mattie Vandeveer. time were arch angels in comparison incur a debt exeeedini; Jjo.ot. power Miss M rn Wimiiimin leaves Monday day saint, who have 9. The corporation hallofhave all ot theStatute pretenbed by Chapter 56 the General What will in all probability prove to with these latter for Danville, where she will bu the guest world. thn of Kentucky. AND boa death bed marriage occuned at arisen to reform The pmatr" property orth member olthia of Miss Anna Van Meter. Courier-Journa1, ' corporation nhall be exempt from the debt of the Marcutn Hnwlaml Sundav. when C. !'. JrixiK V.minon madea taking "I"'1" comeration. L liallelet a I're.f 11. The Hoard ol Director Miss I.i iv MiCvmphblu Mrs. 1lora and Miss Cordelia I'hclps, daughter of to tin Waynesbtirg people, SatUrilav, t Larkin I'helps, weie made one. The nml iii1,1m,1 mil -v vntiH in Mr. officers ihall be .. Todd, of Kuoxville, and Mrs. Kinma incomntitible with the ether or ,...., .u.: a. . . . iiu umi uiuw t.',-- ., I, in prolllDltlOn opponent. Otncr, nicn tsna omcer .1nun bride is very low with typhoid-fev- er, t0(X-h- , Uose, of llarrodsburg, are gnrsti of Mi-All work warranted and promptly done oneyear, or uutil tiieir ucceor are eieciea and ' . of it Trcai The li.rd may with which diva-- e her mother died last though cloe at hand, refused to give quafifii-dMollio Paugherty. utrrcient bond. showing that( tirer Miss Mmk Doling, .1 pretty little week .....1 is not ..nw.oto.l tf, recover, I,. j,,,,, audience, vttne our hand thi, junt-9- . 1E00: wliv they should wish 1(. (VCA ,j,0 unenviable attitude he has as to blonde from McKinney, is visiting her Question "oi1:k! TtfOS ME'fcAl.K, a nit, Mrs. M. X. Dul'auw, in the north to be married under such circumstances p,1(.,,,i himself in towards the man, who I. S the groom simply replied "it is just 'I W HAYDKN', end of the county. ot only has alwavs been his personal 1. K. VAN'AklAI.K. Mihsl.uitv Ki.i.is returned to Louis-i.k- - freak of ours." and political friend, but of his father be- S O. HOCKKK. A M l'F.NCK, yestertlay, accompaiifed by Misses Ni.sk. Klder Milton Klliott, the hon- fore him. Our information is that Judge F. HF.ID Kate Hail and Mary Duddenir, who will ored principal of Klliott Institute, Kirks-ville- , Varnon will carry the Waynesbnrg pre- - !1 spend the week with her. FRANK MAIIIMON' G GtVENS. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, "Willi called in tn --ee us Saturdayen route cinct, the good people there being ib'sir- v is.ud to an apnointment to preach at Crab Or- 011s of complimenting a faithful oiheer Miss Mttik Vandkvkki: Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, GIVERS & invitations to a reception to be given in chard. 1'reaeliiuc once or twice every and rebuking renegades. Jewehy and Silverware. "mnorof Misifs Itichardson and Tanner, Sunday, uud frequently oftener, besiiles REAL ESTATE, TiikJ it C. will sell excursion tickets night next, at ,S::5(). conducting a large school, seems to agree - Niagara Falls at very low rates at all Miss .It i.m Srt.., of Hustonville, re- with him, as he is fattening right along to between Cincinnati turned home Wedncsdav, aecomnanied in his work, l'rof. Klliott is W ami his its coupon stations good Town Lou, Coal, Iron and'IimVr Land bought on all regular or old on Communion, Correspondence, The Best Railroad ' v Misses Aniiif (iilmore nml Annie ifllo i v..t In. t.tlla iim .. nitif li rhilil. n nnd Chattanooga ., iohcitecl .... .,..v .. ...... - lila w.... ...,c itriunrt arriving in Cincinnati on the 3 IteMen. Lebaiiun Knteipris. o girl, has just nt rived, alter a cessation 01 morning of the of the ."0th Cut. Tom tii.itns assisted Miss VA iirrirnlo. fnr fntir or live vnni'H. He is eveningSpecial trains nml the Krie. road will on J.e Warren in running the in L,)01,lll(, pr01lll of ,lera, m0it Inon nrt!0f .'list.' g ? m. for the i leave at - noon ami I deuro to ell my farm of ahout 130 aire. itu8. S. Mr,. Courts, and looked as! liiijr flnjt ,)0rnK tt.eabseuce of nili north of Stanford Falls and tickets will bo good returning ated about iJ piSe, npjionte tne .Id church on the as pretty as a oig sun (lower Ther ltu&h Uranrh natural mui Pullman sleeping nnd are about st re In wheat art. re, the balance Oxi: of the young gentlemen, who was till Aug. th. iieiiimi toe lattice. to of the farm well et in t.inotfiy i,od dwelling who incars Invitavplelidid EL and lil.hen aid P Miss K1.1.K.N Owsi.kv and Casey were there, hands us the following: Mrs. M. chair to go will be run andat allonce with of fourl roc m watered and fen. eil a l'oeicn new tn can ham; well should confer tend over from 4Ui caster yesterday to meet tions were issued last Kiidny by be)ientmraeJIatel-- . For particulars, eu J. 1'. & C Stopr te the oniiericned at Ilailev, Stanfcrd, cr v Miss Mctiregor, of Uuusville, who will I). Klmore for a supper at her residence the nearest agent on the (. 01.1- F WITHERS. It was attended by a fair overs will be allowed at I.aku Chan-tiuu- a Cincinnati, " M Miss Owsley's guest during the gala at li o'clock be n and numerous side excursions crowd ami much enjoyed by all present. week in liarrard. "2 Mas. A. 11. C.ivck, of San Antonio, Uefore supper Mr. Karp succeeded in can be made for a mere song. u u Texas, forme' ly of Taint l.ick, ison a vis- getting the pictures of the party in o c Friday afternoon Ci'TTi.vn Sciiace. of KENTUCKY. two positions. Those present were Nnn-ni- e C it to her ','i!?r, Mrs. A. K. HacUley, of OU Z William and Andrew llengo and Willis oy Marrs, John B. Myers, Montie HarHanging Fork, and brother, James Mar-eV) Nailorcame to town and after filling up 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. 1$. Dickenson, to ris, 11. M. Xewland, Nora of ML Vernon. started home. Aavhitltunil, Scientific, Engl- nrettv full with Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Missis Ueuta Hookus, of Danville, Oeo. U. Wearen, hlla tr ray, fcain .M. Men-nn- When they got to the railroad crossing nvcriuy, Classical, B . H. DANK8, Jeweler, J S. WELLS, Ph. G. Preac. Clk. - efee, Mannie Alford, A. II. Severance, Mnry Huford. of Covincton. nccomCommercial on the Danville pike they began to quar School. Academic, Minnie Itupley, T. M. Lasley. Thehour panied by Messrs. ti. K. Wisomnn ami rel over an old tiouble, when Andrew. anil Military Courses of Study. J. II. Moore, of Danville, paid this place of departure was 11:3"i. llengo hjt Nailor in the mouth with a COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Mam Street, Opp STANFORD, Ky n pleasant visit .Sunday. FREE OF TUITION. Orchard rock, cutting his lip badly and knocking The opening ball at Crab Hoard Mn '.'ifiiiVi Mmit- runnrtu tin. fnllmvini' evening was like the out four teeth. Nailor then said, "You hi la!l ti'rmleeln:i'l'mlrIOtli.lM0. rlati famlilr.M.M norrniiorv riper w- wis nrrlvnlant - H.il.w W..I1 nil u tvlinm will SPnnKs Friday - ..w.., .... nf ' vl Tor f'Htulogui- ami tutruiiee examination " many other social events of that delight- have knocked out my teeth, now come l'iipt r uddri'sa stay some time: J. A. Harris, Mrs. fJam ful resort exceedingly pleasant and in nnd get the others." Andrew advanced IAMES K, PAHERSOK, Ph.D., Leilngton, Ky Kmbry, Miss Fannie Shanks, Mr. Sidney .1 l teresting. A splendid Italian orchestra III.. :r IU till OIF, ...1..... .HIIIUI l.,t I,;,.. I,,.,... II III llllll llllir Dunbar and wife, J. A. Carpenter, S. II hip witli a knife. A small a is there for the season and for the same it in the llaughmaii and family. length of lime splendid music will he tery was severed anil the man bled proMit. II. M. Jackson, of London, proA Suro Curo for ell Dibe&scs In dispensed witli a decided tlegree of lib- fusely until Dr. Iteid arrived nnd stopprietor of the Rock Castle Springs stage iv S erality. About 100 guests are now en- ped the tlow. Nailor came hack to town lute, was down to buy mules for his the advantages that are to be had and Willis llengo having reported the stages, but failed to tlo so. Those hav- joying at the springs ami these with a large rep facts to Sheritl' Newland, thatolhcer went ing mules suitable for the purpose might refutation from the surrounding tow 11s to arrest him. He succeeded in taking 9"' nmrmmmmmmMmm do well to writ to him. made the ball Friday evening a brilliant tho knife from him, but he positively re of Fleming, Hon. V. J. Kkximk-kArlsln; from Impurities or tho Blood, and tho following la fused to go to jail. Mr. riewliuu! allair indeed. will be here and with a numfrom Functional Deracsemects. Dr. Penny to assist him, but Naidies and gentlemen from Stanford, who ber of friends will take tea witli Mr. all the buttons Paiacc Stcamcr. were there for several days, vu. Mrs. lor grabbed him and tore Low Ratcs. John II. Miller. Mr. Kendrick is a can- I'okioT. Courts, Mre.' J. W. Sweets, oil' his vest. Then several other men A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN lour Trtpa per Wek BMwmu didate for attorney general and is deWray nml Sue Ilout and were pressed into service and after much DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Misses Annie PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. servedly a very formidable one. Soo. rtoktT, Th UuronMrqutt, nd Misses Jennie Hughes, of Dloomington, dilliculty Nailor was bound hand ami Xait Poru. , orsalelnA. K. lVnny, r)rui;i.it. Statifor.l XV C IbiVy, lieiieral Mrr. hamlt'e, T'.rnn.wlle, 111., and Jennie Cosby, of (Uwensboro, foot and loaded into a hand cart ami haul; II June, Mt Salem, W Knuville; C t" Coach ,V 1 McC'aity, CITY AND VICINITY. Srtry Eenlg Betwa V It Mcl'hrriou, KcwL.tid; J K Routcn. Druggist, Ariliu.'. 'iter, l'nii;si.t. who joined the party, ami Messrs. Car- ed to jail, followed by the large crowd DETROIT AND CLEVELAND V 11 CummniK. (uneral Mcrrh.ind r, I'rPaiheriville; J A Vi'lnm, lmi;s;ul, CrabOrcharil will The Mr. Mohi.vii Minnay-schoo- l McKinney, C II IlaVer, dcneral Merchandise, Michlanil otdy Tilfl iorinj Jim. Jal, ACUl ti penter, Carson ami Carson, the list of that had been attracted by tho row. The ttlUmttl Otly. Saturday, young people from hero present were next day bailor was aiiowen to itirnisii a give a picnic, near Highland, August iHh. Misses Kinma and Helen Saulley, May Kuanl for himself and his trial set for. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, b farnubtd nd Xxounlen B,,g by your TiokitTlckU will ddM A rot. or It is settling time and I want what Helm, Foxie Pennington, and Messrs. yesterday, but the Beu$;es did not show , P. A., DITWHT, Mich., E. B. WHITC0MB-S. you owe me. Take thisto yourself. W. Hciut, Craig, rennington, Walton and up nnd the caso was continued for trial Hook Keeping, Short Mand, Telegraphy, Jte m I ? mfXt r THE DETMITI CLEVCLAND STElMNIV.Cft w Hrtt for Catalogue and full information Walton. to Saturday B. MeKoberta. ( . muiTirri. A i.KTTKit from Mr. John H. Itobson, The democrats in the mountainsv deof Xaah ville, tells of the advent of a 1- 2- clare that the statement that they will sots', Mr. James Slaughter, father of 1). G. Slaughter and Mrs. James I. McKinney, died nt his home near Paint Lick last week of softening of the brain. Stanford Female College J. 31. KUBBAKI), A. M., FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. - - - - - - President. I , 1 tax-book- s AM READY FOR BUSINESS. - first-clas- s de-lav-. U Central University bob-tai- fori-cvent- sore-heade- d ! AoAoWAllBM9 "JIODEI. to-da- y niriVnT I - i nmiDN 1 For Groceries, Glass- - alnd Queensware, Fruit Jars, 'Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. Di-.nlu- . j r-.-rt) onJ Fresh of Kanawha Salt Kin-shy- , ' ...,,! l-- t ...,, , ,v. ' 1 Ml - 1 m 10-da- ! , iFIAMIMOT Groceries, Hardware, &e, 'a"rv"ti MARK 1 - -- e h I d d g -- I i nec-r- y j to-da- 1 j -i r MR, THOS. DAX.TON, OF CHICAGO, -- ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK l. I A. 11 liiHi-tins- . . 11 -- FI3STE EIT(3-K,J- VI2STC3- s .it c - A. R. PENNY. j j I HUt-Kh.- I j j DRUGS and JEWELRY js. j MURIim. Piiievlllc, Kentucky. ici-y- HAMPJW c ..- r WATieC9, Watch. n post-olllc- u Farm For Sal. a- j 12.-1- - j , I , I' 1 I r t 9 iVlAlll c I t, i red-ey- d Normal 77. B. MoBOBEBTS, Conrt-IIotls- - I , ' ' OR. ELLIOTT'S I l- I1L-I- -- MEDICATED FOQD5 TY 7i-r- HiKw horses; I , TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. ir ?:' Cattle, Sheep and Hogs -- sum-mone- d I l)ril, Wavne-bur- g I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College mvb Q - j y k n WoMiM is i7 times the size of llliode TOr3G3CX. of hniti'hiiR the Vicar of WnkefieM, who Islnnd. Fieniont county is as large as liegins his memoirs by stAtiiu thnt ho Mawnehusetts, New .leteey, Delaware chose liis wife, ni she did her weihHii I am bore Published Every Tuoaday and Friday DO THE LORDS OF CREATION LIKE gown, not for the present effect, but foi and Rhode Island combined. The whole work, in well prepared to ana we1 1 and wil dr. the a ifooa manner pronipiU Til its prouiiso of good weivr. tluy oinl nan of New ICiiL'liuid, with Indiana thrown 'i".1"W it'.'ltYJfr1 THE BEST WOMEN BEST? At One Dollar a Foot. frieml of my own did. He iimrrietl a in, has not as niaiiy sipiare miles ns Wy j?ICK, VKAU.IX ADViVNCK Call on or address me at st,1nurj Kentu k beauty, a swept little Dreilen shepherdess L r SMMI1 4 tf Of this new State's 100,000 Men' Iprnor.inee of Women Tliej- "Opt sol t of thni!,'. who one day came tome oming. "When not o piid S2.50 will be charged.S square milet of territory coal fields unTliej Can't t'tiilerttntitl. with a puckered brow to ask: Mail' Hernu AILti derlie .".0,000 sipin re miles, an area twice What could Tom menu, do yon Ami s Suj Hitter Tiling? riiynlr.il K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Laht night he looked and looked that of Pennsylvania's coal deposits. Ilentttj ('lutniilng Women. .$ 9 into my eye, and at last he paid,; 'IN'oth- Train leaves KowUnd at 7 00 a. m , returning rop riiit in American Press Attnc At om.1 Tho Finest on Earth VM -V'11 What 1 Ilolh!8 3:30 p. m Do men like the best women No. "5 'V1 The Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton U K is Ih more do tell me?" thoy don t, sliitl it is one of the most re- shonlil there running I'ullmtn "Why, nothing, dear." replied I truth- the onl) lineIruin, with Clialr l'crtectcd Safei L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l'arlor, Sleemni: Ve.tibuled markable things in the htudy of the " I'hey are very pretty blue eyes, end Dininc Car service brrwevn Cincfnhnti. In FRIDAV AM) SATt KP.W fully. live tj milistlie short t It S"iB cruder sex to see how they pride themMail train going North .... diaiianelis anil Chicago and i tin out) line run 16pm and just as pretty now as "when Tom limn through Kcclming Chmr ars bitMcen South. selves uih)ii their discrimination with 1159pm 26, 189a, Express train " South ... KcoWiik and hiiringlictd, III. und Sleeping JlTLY 25 first fell in love with them. .327 am reganl to women, and how very, very, " North. 6 30 m But lienidos beauty, which is an obvi Car Cincinnati to Macllnau and the Freight North. Lv:al MaVin; diiect connectiotis in Central I'nlso deOnly Dlroot Mno 53Spm wry little they know about them. South lor pot for il QlC IN I'RKMIUMS ..., linr. no uil St And this no doubt is one gionnd for ous temptation to choose the wroiu, lteten Cincinnati, )alon 1111,1. Tvtolo, DeThe latter trains alio carry passengers harne-- s loud A he 'l.tiWWille lit. woman, thre are at least a dozen othei troit, the l.akv Region and Canada. l.nins. Michijau I'csnts, Chkac". an The above is calculated on standard time, Solar the cynical, jaundiced, bitter scoffs and false lights irin theMiit I he rnad iMrbil, one of II tt.l Cleveland. wooing this toor, short Ohioand isotih line the oldrl in the State et time is about 30 minutes faster send lor CaUl 'line Ad.li.s taunts Hyinar alwut the world with re- sighted enlvring Cim mnati over JJ Indlanapl. and the Wet the JAS k MARItS s,. creature man to his dostruo. mile ol douhUtraik, and from its iast rootd can Jveve f njlaoit. Canada. ganl to women, and all emanating from I' I an 4l-K more thtoi .tssnre its p.urons speid, com futt and K. McCREAKY men. Ihey thought they knew some-thi- tion. is the style of woman which I afetv There I'lcket.nn silecverjuherr, anil ec that thr about women, these jkw cynics, W.inhinit. n C , II AD cither in or out of Cimiiin ifi, Hultiir.nrt. I'hilsdeli.h , otif.re i" this, REMEMBER THE ri a Candida lr re election t hintenil Iinve studied a tjood "deal, but thus far tMl and they found they didn't, and iJhh ke.t lune 10 II i,rHiO irg, Irjntfi.rt K. the 8lh P.strui sul.jeu to mt vim i i.. ....."-racwith no sat iofai'tniy mmlt. She is not lndianaiKli i.r liJeilo.O MiCDKMICK. Ki IiumI K MKl.lMA Sh. nrt .,i, - of blaming their own stupidity they pretty; she need not be very young: she tjim ket line to General Passenger anil 'In ket Aent turned and if nt the elusive objects of may lie mni 1. wife or widow, nltnotigh C. their mistaken theories. Bucklen's Arnica Salve rather apt to he tho last. She is not very It is very nnnoying, I grant you, for fur fur Auditor of the State of Cand.d-.tstriking in any way mid seldom allows 'I he nicer,tie in the ootid tares,cuts, bruies. I, a man to build up a fine ideal temple silt rheum, fever tetiar, chapsolid ram, h.nji, cart, twokiiit: tar , t,,i subject to the will ofthc Democratic part) herself to Iw conspicuous, hut in some Mivs, ped hands, 1 Militant, corns and alt sMi, erup co het I'ullmati Boudoir sleeper thi.mli wr wherein to enshrine his own image and -lions anil notititrlv cures rules, or tia pay roquir out tti.mr sia Chattn oca, Hirmiiuxliam, Men way she always gets there," etl. Al'G. 6, 7, 8. watch the goddess of that temple sitting It it guaranucd to give perfect satbfactier, tan Hsalinc direct i onnei lions en mule I r Knoa. ROGLE MISS sille, A.he.ilre, I.Tnchhurfrand points in the at the feet of her chosen lord, and then iM miiy lie allowed n lut of slang, and or monex rttunueil I'rice 15 cenit per oox. u. I lire. Rt. of SU. h I 'J A R Pennv, Stanlurd. Kj ottke ale by 1, a Candidate for re election to Hieklect.on f.rst to suddenly discover that the temple will never nprnr at nny place where Ui. hh. l)n 'ir.tr Spools, perintendent of Common e s f fsk was founded upon the "laughing men do congrento wi.hout attrxvtiu, Epoch Slondav in ugtit next them, he tranitmn (iiHii lone. Iineriie ttid painful Excursions on All Uuilronds Enoh ' At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbut. sands." and in some unusual quake the moths, asfituvly as the t indie does the Wilmn.f hhe is not too brilliant a Dny ticknrtt If robust health ftMrk an epoch in tt r t..n. Chariot' Aufutta, Mncoa whole allair tumbles down, and his V. a remarkable cji-tIlr.insv.iel, Lake Cily.t homa.vilte andSann'.. M Meser n (junhty which gener-itll- life ( the indis idunl Suiliand the e ) n.llltl-DI' I . il I'rr. t ignoiuiniously stranded in nhete m pmats in the miaKos frightens men but she make-- prett v hvtrcasuivdin the meinrr attainod nniy is ratefull) to represent the ood health liut been flirt t llllld' he 0HI1 line I'lnninjf tolit trims will. Is a Candidate Cnveiitio" Lincoln count) h I It Is that so much it heard m Constitutional unman irauinr i Cats to )a ia. I 3tipjMe one wouhl be tempted to re- speeches in a soft, low voice; she has a hledof Ktectru. Hitler So many feel that the) .n. ..c.a Of .Slcninv' praise r IIS III ltjrl .IHHj, her fuce at tho ap owe their restoration to health to the u of the vile the goddess who had mortified us way of ' THE 5TH EXHIBITION proaeh of oine favorite civalier: she (.teat lteratie ahd Ionic If ounr tronblnl M. BROWN ntomarv. Ilmti.vill li. . . so sore! v. of Kldnevt. laser or Siomh, with Any e. Memi in and Alt K NSAS harmonising of Utng or diseasesundinic ou will uicly nnd r No, they don't understand women nt povebses iniinite tact hon shottet and .j .1. kc.t to nnulin Nlniiit V , Kip ublion put) tarjaiier ,a Is the nominee f the conflicting tampers mid snioot'uing over lief h use of I let trie Ihtterv Sold at jo.it ami ile Dimci tonneition and .i! lour uppori i mt all, thtMe poor dear men. and nothing made at M.W of Case) Cuuni r vtitko it nmiiibu Iran. frr few . e t. rough plHies; die is chaineleon like in $1 r bostle at . II Penny's Dins Store Augii t election vexes them more than to have this conllin.ii'ii, Austin, sciousness brought home to them; they her iover of adaptation to the moods or Tho Pulpit and tho Stagu. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. A. S. Re f. M Shruut, I'.istor L'nited States aie so accustomed to feeling that the prejudices oi her companion of tjie mo- rea Church, Blue Mound, Kan.. as "I llrclh u leel world runs on the lines that they have ment. .She is. in fact, dimming, if one v duty to tell what w.i idr I)r Kins' 1 r nnlv thiouh line t" Jai Lhih .n.l w "'S ' surc.eon Mi badl Sh,p,rt I a making ilimic in r, 'f laid down that there is nothing in can get rid of a certain uncomfortable cotcry hat done lor me. M) lunes werjt Mxibi i.S v, ii. Oflice on Main street, over viti .ihiihImi, tt.li.fnt.r I4l!a ,.,n W sense of th unchinen. It is a little too diseaed, and ) arUlnoners thousht heaven or earth lieyond or above their Drugstore, stanioiu Austin Stn Anlonia, I'at,, and p,,,, exil. fie botllet of Dr live only a few vteeL comprehension, and that they are, as much like admiring Juliet, when you King' N'ex Ditcovors and am sound and well, tvanndt in welfllt TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Selkirk remarks of himself, happen to know all alnait the actresV Wil HrlJ Toll Aithu- - Lose, Manager Lose't Kunli S. "Lord of the fhii and the brut,'" that, domestic anl financial troubles, and. Combinaticw, wiites: "After a tmirmish trial tnroun ratr . ..rre. ounti mai a. ' C. MORGAN, D. D. R. am rsinftdenl infoinwll.tn all O'i Actrnt ut lun n n I K although woman is neither a fish nor a although yon coidially exclaim. "How and convincing evidence, ConsHluption that Dr , kcalt 'ens o aauret lor Kinc Net Distos-erHt N K W U.itll i i t brute, they consider her as surely the well she does it!Vou never, for a DENTIST. lt lulls The I all, and ores u hen fserythmit lia ' i' g i. in .1 K ( ItAK'l fancy that she means what sire ereulett kuidnes I eun an my hsuhv thousand vassal of man as either of Pies . D. I Id!AARDs e I t .,ue t lli.uJ. it m ui'B them m It " Krre trsnl l.i- I A sa,. s or is what sho appears. And then, when all this hut been comRegular tit ( at A R Pamir Drut? stor V, f' Now this hind of woman is not what 50 els and Si extracting, fortably ranged mid Milord Man ha Vith j STANFORD. KENTUCKY. settled himself pleasantly upon his I call lite t for a man f choose as In the Inst isMic the Valley Virginwife, and I am always sorry when I ee throne, 10 ami behold the chief vassal KIG PREMIUM isn't at all in the place he had arranged it done. There is, however, one safe- ian. Mniinton, the ahlent edited am, by W. B. DR. sex: the long odds the most iiflticut.nl republican for her, but has shot off 111 an eccentric guard for the I r MrlH ulart and t ata f nil )tr., orbit of h"r own and is away out of charming woman is generally tptite as p.iper published in Virylnta, IkiIUIv (TfcloaiJVait NtwilSaltTJl CHICaCO Itr . reach. "Much conduct as these" natu- practical as sV is charming, and doesn't bill, liasim: lis opinion It Ci()K se. teitty the lodi.e office recently rally annoys Office South side Mam street, in "the monarch of all he sur- renign her power over nil to take up with upon the i. round Mint it cannot benefit Ky. II ii n.ilit K vacated b. Dr. 1. F Huannftut veys," and as it is imiKusible for him to one unless it is very much to her ad- the Mirty and will certainly lead I A vantage to do so: and if sh. dies uiarrj do anything about it ho vents his wrath I eaving she i i apt to become innatioiis to other bloodshed and riot, in which the color tisi in xnyiny a gfeat deal, sometimes in the or rw,t proierit lias a stulti- - ed people will be the chief sufferers. stylo of the fox who thought the irraiKy v?mrnE. ' mv office to my residence, oppo . c. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI , T tying elect, and your ver w.nlthy all were sour bocttitte he couldn't r'ttrh ., i IMTV Li.llcif- -. Wiere I will be found at Do not Suitor any Lontfor HUGH RF.1U. woman seldom takes the tronhle to , , rn.eler. oailj.s,, 94 them, and again, in the light and flippant limes. Knowinf that a couch can be checked in a da) Cummeewmg M 4ida Ssla oillnnarcg broken in a alar irv vagtvn ami and the first stage. f ;cenaumpw fashion of ninnjeatic intellect stooping charm. K at tlw ho. iet II. FMwllOD week, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE s.tir.ee Dr Acker's yKngliah ever) person in Stanford w' i Jt.ire it Another style of women apt to attract Cough weherebv and will refund the to trifle, he flicks the woman rpi.satioti J j ALLLN in all ua if von vith tn Remedy, nritv! ttm jMt nd a one write unwoithvof liifim. met., ami u t r.t all the host women for who buy tnke il at per directlstnt. andA URt.MIK A CI AU Mrer atlemptnd betsveen the great en met j K. I'm ALLEN & ATWOOD, itM.sMtheOhsoKis-eranvrivew, are the womeii our Matensnnt correct. ForSleby sider.ttion, declaring that the habits and tI,wu tu ' Chscaffo nd he ' the fattest time and M, lirvggisi. most comfneunle turns .e sex the comitlimant r.ir wbo pay th maim r of the tween all Hsnaltin the Svnutk. r to the U r.t a. I Vory Beat Pooplo ESTRTE EGERTS. an hour a'ne a ei'Iicnura who dnnco are of iniilittiu 'crin- Happily this style ie Our it. .Nonhnsi. I he counterpart e Ihi. t,,, ,, sunny summer pool that Dr Connrm our ttatenieHt trunk lines 1. d...ominaled Ike limited ,t.,c,. t 111010 deering of a man's, attention rBl'1 r exotic with us. coining in with Remedy it in every way superi. . r.ngllth City,Tenn. rmunc tiock sre emplor flvt pair and nil I ..limited (. mtort than the yet ephemeron. woman. the Ain;Ionutnia o prerjilent of lute, and any aHd In othr preparationandfor the throat magic s casugh crimp, it hooptng Say Mi nan, jet M i.n m.l .1 lsii:s. id M mini, In ihe torpor .t. In lit. t . .. l.n JAS.O C.IKNS. One consetpijuce of this process is that us it is by no inettns adajitisl to the cli- and relieves at once Weoerou a aampl hot ycu tun lu sans isos') m.ih.1. WM.AKK- easant I . mate or to the delicate type of American tie Iree Remember this remedy is sold nsip .1 tradition ha grown up in the mascunet II I HKs Kow'nil f r mil mfrmali..n. time cards map. f,. . live guatanlet. at A R l'e"n) s. line mind and is transmitted from fa- femininity it lin never ih'ri ven here as AY11E3 & CSIVENS, ' et. , ill ..p . addret. ther to son as carefully as the unwritten abroad. M.I. CKIS.H.T l. ,to..,,ll. I, Dr Actor's Eni?UtJh Pillti Attorneys at Law, IAS llAkKK t, sick head- - FAR1VJC p ire . I i..a,. II laws of the hicas to tho effect that These arc the women who boant of Are- nctiTe elTec lt e and to oflor t.u..jruj .tnmach. aseetite. bail i" II M .t, ,st.,',0, , 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. women are deceitful exceedingly, are fair never b?in.r tin 1: they rise ct unearthly complcsson and btlsout.. they havn Inever been We want to sell our I arm private!) It has i t sole b r hours and dnig their reluctant wlmiier. csjualed either in America or ahroad to the eye but deadly poison to the Acres in a Ant taie ut cultivation and lie near Drucgist siireve lluik'irjf Hubble, l.mc oln county Cnll on or addrs u at aie trhuil and shallow of mind, and yet with them to beo sunnses and 'catch A R I'emij . HiiMdc. Ky 101 yr ." m masters in lh art of hoo lwinking ' morning effecta.' a euphemism III It HI ST. A MKNKUK That Terrioio Coutrh l.st hurried or dltlicult breathing pat rn short skiitx and tirick Inihe morninc.tightnesa in the chest quickened men: th.tt they are at once the weakest hlezni. and most formidable form of creation, loots and ukin,; alieustHks in luud raiting chtlIllness in the evening or tweuis ai iiu pulse, Hl.t'K ittii"!'!.:. and although an unhappy instinct of c'imb Mont Dl me a moritingV it?creti-tio- all or anv of theae things are the Srtt stages I rimer and Handler of ir.-- 1 Kerne ......amiinii. Dr Acker's Kneith Couch IS S.'lll The Shortest and Qutoieoet Ilouto from : (if t'i,it inact eeksible .'ipju-.i- k is eier dev will cure these fearful .ympiwma. and man's nature, hut no men don't have Central Kentucky to all points North Harness and Saddle Horses and instincts although the profound pro-- 1 tvtu'hwi it will be by ou of these wo- under jsoaitive ifuarantee by A It I'enm East. West and South-WeFiw cis . of Mwm show that the world men): they ride at big f .si tn" u:ni are Dtngutst. dealer in Fancy Roadsters. Linobtttwtton Lexington and Cincinwould not long continue without woni-- "in at the death," and uLu'h tlieir riding tmall per cent. Tho'Flrst Symptoms of Doath. 'ry nati Horses Iwinjht md old on headache, paint in ,un..u nn, and therefore it is necessary that habits with tut ir whips an they loudly I ired feelmg.dull Kiltecn sear.' experience in the buinctK) of the St lit IM I KIN KHF.CI MA. part, of the bod). wnVmt; at thepitMmplcs or si n S USDIIM.K. Stanford. c man should condone her ofFenses and proclaim their .tf prowi in clutet. ch lutt of appetite, fesenthnets. scii. ' more or ... t.l.u-No t. seek her fcociet.v. he should do so with they "take a weed nf Dotxniesl b ood. .1. So N.. ' s stirrer)- llound l.s s OI.Hthe same fear and tremblinr that, he uuousiy; tney neuianii np l lvfiwih matter hm. it became poisoned it MMM be l"";"' d r Sn l),iIr cuert itngntn handles djn.imite or intUHlucfS electric iwiit of the misst leroic lutiuic. they toasoiddestn I'r rensos e sc rofntowt or tvphiln. a 10 has neser failed to vt C n innati IS "' . P m MB&TRBRFQRD HOTEL. wiies into Ins wnrhoiise. ram m.iutr aim Teutur ujkiii expletivvs, uotsons Sold under poems e guarantee at A l I p t. tingu n IJ P " ' oJ p m I vc I almouth. l'eun't. 41 Tney all are iwwerful ayentj and the as near profanity as they thtre. tor after K. rr Paris Ill slON appropriation bi o In the Lord of Ci cmiou dooa not intend to con- - all they are gtttully thoruiurhlr stx a n P. W. GREraN, - - Proprietor. fess any obj ct in his dominion to be too women and would ihrink from imiuur lately jmssed by the beiiatu is a provist 1"""T3 Arr Winchester In to p m tIBti Ii nfLBjisKi jVv F ihmWA I f o j W n oj many tor him. So, nlthiHujh unite tlity with an nntrry kind of virtue nil ion by which mails are to be soi ted on I and rellichm.ind p m i 40 a" 7 )" P A" l.otel.'lefitird V Having Is. ed the aware t.iur dxi.ai.iite may blow him and their own. Arr I.ancatttr. '4.1 p w St SnTnTJBLi jE m prepared to ac o nm.i.laU the publaxiid steamers, so that delivery will be turn whed. '' U ' A" su"fo,l, K.treisonalle t.ood his to the farthet limit of linilm. and eleo- " ,r - U. til One cannot after all say that the "f lic in hrton arrival of vessels. The r 3 im r.KK.Mw" Livery and Sample R.wm alia hed a tiicity will must likely set his buildings atlruct men to their sodi-ty- . for they hastened is to be in conjunction with e - Arr Ilerea rniigemviit it) p a Lie I Jfe.JanlfT7MeTn. On fire, and woman will oh, dear me, jpv tint nic'ii no choice, tJiey lorce then S - P A" pay; what wonls can d scribe tho intlesciib-- , ioini).inii.ahip upon them in all those the gnvuniiiientH, tne I'nltetl States "" d t aiJ-T- 3 i ing its portion of the costs. ah!o illo that worn ::i can work in his sjiorts which men have choacu u 0i Dll I IOs sWUCH.KY life! Mill he dees uot. and docs not in-eix'aally their own. and I'n p.i li vt. in v i.path l.ve Livingston a o. fiejler In Ml It: ?'ltn: atiil l.ltci" 1111. tend to, do without any one of the three in tho conversation rcniilliu' I.vc- Ilerea . ... e 5 t ihe Io mi 4 rK XT All 'Ill Arr Kscnmonsi 45 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps K)tencies and ft ids quite sure that from thustf niKirt,. They have thus the I. re I'll .?i II. i .- o i '. 'Jirt'i's, ili At! III! nenes i.i I.c Stanford i 7 oo a though other men have been hoisted I'"" owr their gentler suters of a A ' ie n.'i In 'He leislil, nire li!i.iu Lancaster II Ke 7 45 in Hoot sh", I ith.n. is le an-- rotttl ins it. ,m iv their own dynamite, conflagrated mon topic and comiuou occupation, and lies, i... J i.. III I'l.rtman llcuArr Richmond.. soon a nil Huil.lin; Slant. VI, K ware, Inv .re, r unuture ann a ii uii.l ii by their own electrits and destioved it not intivipiently hapiK'iis that a man t..i.il )... im ,la'i,t iiiiii , miido r. to iluhlr.'.i I.ve Richmond. 4 sun IO p in a in lieiil Coneral Line of Crocerios, wiiii uamuietin a oo p ml rr Winchester a ill oy tne woman man ies such a woman jiint bectutso hi1 :allipnr. 41 A It I' .njf Ol..Hiorl. Arr I'aris ... f 40 P a m' Crois Tics, &.C. A11 Xiiiporiuiit .Mittlsr. Kan. y Candies, whom they had either made or wished tees her all tho time; himply a caso of I.ve Lesiucton l.inds ..f I'r nluce la.ci u. exchange for oods S P in 700 a m 3 45 I' m All nr.igglt f to mahe their own. they should oscniie. propinquity. They make uudcsirablu Hie Uesltir.iti..' ynlinr lepur. ti.il theulesol a jo l in 3 jj a hi 4 at p m Lie I'aris ... t'ntinflii e, ivinjtsfni K) a nn IihjcI ii.I N.i. Lie lalmouth 4 It l ih 9 13 a mi 5 6 p m But just as every man tries to secure the wives, however, esixcially if poor, for modietn.' nre unli.msliltiv' ,., .tin.' unt iliini; New Arr Covington K I) ,Mev p. itt New A Mi 5 40 P m 10 jj a m1 6 jo u m sali-ftin ir w safest form of dynamite and the best they are as impatient of woman's self Hun III cr 11.MI isiiiii Arr Cincinnuti Solid Vest led I rams to I 0 P in 10 45 a ml 6 38 p m ItWl ..lie rM..lli.s eep.M, m o. protected electric wiies would it not be sacrifices and quiet drudgery as a man i. semiul ilebioiy iHici.ii uc. ,m..ii hi I raina run s.in,l.v and Philadelphia ( incliuiali.No. 11l.etiii.tii. !...,. . . und ilixilie., . v Is In mi . iKTlit N V tfi.it he would Ivy very careful I knew one such girl, and when her Ahum r A M supposed a in .and atriiiint at l.eiii(ton at 1, m 1' ty.pk iri'i. (if ntII I'orl W.ivt" tl it'll . C Baltimore, New York, Le to secure tho very b"st and lea.st danger- baby was thiev months old she took it II WoihImihiIi. A I'n. I11il.n1.il l.esiHuton at 140 p. m.aiidatme at Cincinnati at All point I all ali'l Southeast of li ft, si t'.. 1t1.1t ihey Iiiiii ous kind of woman? upon a jachting excursion and had a hund-.l- s (,'P ni. dl. il nn iiieUli-inDuly our night o it Irnui ecinuton, u!i m.IiI mi nip til,), or X0UISVILLE AND NASHVILLE UntheMaytville llranch. No 9. leaves I'aris at But here the vaunted wisdom of the hammock slung on deck for ft. IfUW SI s...if.ll I'.lll 'In. In. uio n( till v Wa Correctid I line Card in Kffect an la. 1800 tnllU tU, m. ar.ivlne at c 41. mr.l oil". . mI ImhiI. if. N.'rsou Dimjuhun. Lord of Cieation seems to utterly tail But after all. the kind of woman that ins Mayswl e at 10 aj. a in, and 8 10, p m No. tt RAILROAD. Irci nt A It iih;' vim g.nir..il e und rOally rr'aslMiiill Accnui leaves Massvilleal t.ie a in. urrlvint, linn, and in choosing a wife ho shows no men generally marry lielongs to none of tcvtiii.iiit ml t, 10 I)ail No it leases Maysville at 110 and 7 40,ain STA'I IONS. Vet Daily he (.tejt e discrimination than the child who these classes, but is siniplv a noiiontitv. mo! I'jilItircH In x.lic. Kpr.lK. Sun K. Sun. arrives at Pari, at ,S( p , These trains are dalle Stimla dives into a b:i" nt n If Hi.,.. Theieisuofault to be found with her; she Peopie in nt in) m 3 iit. In lminens. III I.ve Stunlord ... 11 31 n'n 11 ij amiia 31 n'n No eirent runsdai train I.esitiRton tnancinnati THROUGH TRUNK LINE. is any mpt.iol at all in thu matter it is tolerabljr good looking, toleiably edu- liionilit) in In- in Ii ripiiii's nnil 6 it, pin " I.esinGtoi. 40 am 3 30 pm o 4j Icucs Lexington 1000 am: health. A wp.iU i in tinupoctil amies I'aris ri " Winchester 7 00 pm 11 45 pm! 6 40 pm 10 jj am. eicept Sunda) To The Beenis to operate the wrong way, for it is cated, tolerably good mannered and re- uiu.iMif r.iilurcIf tlin IiIcmhI iIimis not hf " K. V. Jiinctien No 8leavesUncinnatt 5 to pm;armes Falmouth very seldom th.it a man fixes his fined, negatively moral, but quite un- cirfii tile pnijivi.) in l.- iuiu'. Hi. r is shun " Ml sterling veiy, I Jj pin 7 7 jo pm cucu iir.aia ties or lire iili. h itini.i "if : in i)iC. iikiiii, iii,. . " Murehend . . .. 8 av pin 41 pm 9 (opia 7 10 pm7 ,leaves Kjlmnuth 6 0.1 am3 pm No. nilections upon the best woman of liis tried by temptation; her ideas of M ss. Iifiiilm tie etr in tlu sluiniit)i. mini, 3..u Cuicin Olive Hill JJ I"" j .am. sCCll acquaintance, or even upon the best wolimited to new clothe., wedding Imiii tiiiliu t ih'i, fu in t im lu .ti in ilielonr With Ashland. 10 jo pm IS l" Train Notes. No 1 runs dally between Lexinc Inriililllv. " CatlcttsburK. ele I i it t tin- loll ilt, 10 41 pm T JO pi man fur Ji im. ton and Cincinnati. No presents and cuds with Mis. instead of kIi.iui.iit unit sluiiiiicn i iiiii.-.- i iv ln'im rnns daily betweeo " lluntinzten 11 or jin. irmn J pi Cincinnati and Lexiiiginn What are the grounds of his choice. Miss upon them. She has never considered I'nr nil llin rii.tl..ilnf ir ilnV.Nnr Cure for I.ve.ltiintiuiitciu la v am Ntis 1 and 6 mate connections at t anil Iiiiii-- ih Hie lis Witichettet Snl.t Arr Charlc'sinn then? What kind of women do men like the question of whether Chailie and she lie JJ am InrpointsontheN V M y uy tii.irmitreil unil iciiiiiiieiuli-- lij , ' Clifton rnrst. l'muiy 7 it aw IMPORTANT -- Traiii, this line now louisville oetter tliHii tho best? adapted by habits, temperament and TfOtilise Iter ait Lncliburs 4 J am; arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger " Charlottesville Well, of course, youth and beauty are mutual intentions to make each other jo am1 To Nashville, Station Cincinnati, making connections for " Washington ... a 3J pm all points North, Kam and West Memphis, always jure cards, and I should lie sorry happy; she has never even resolved to " tlaliiinore A lloon to Wives J S pm Through tickets and baggage checked to I'lnUdelplila. indeed to lose the pleasure I derive from do her liest to make him h.ippx ; sho has 6 15 pin I uouW not anv used ".Mother'!, H.isiiiS destination react ed by a railroad. Atlanta, ' New Vorl 9 10 pm contemplating tlwn.mybelf; but we all never thought anything about it at all. be itlint it Itisu luxiti to vns vlioUno ror full particilirs address any agent ol the Co ' Klchmonil, V.i. Montgomery, i 40 pin the) ihu.I p.iss throuuh the painful ordtul of know that theie are beauties and beau- and plunges 'into matrimony as she thlldbirth Mrs C Mell.ume Iowa Write the " Oldl'uliitCoinfort, W I. MLNSON, Irav Pas Little Rock, ties, and while some pretty faces aie as would into the ocean at a new bathing llrudtleld Kexulator C . , AtlJiilit, tja , for further ' Norfolk gt ( S. V. II. MORSK, 1. en P... incinnati. r ,gt particular' sold b ull.lrui;git: attractive and lefreshiug as a handful of place, without tho lea.st idea of what C Mobile and New Orleans. '1 r.i ii leaving I.eNmifton at 11 40 a in and inii.10 O. II Ii ML'VIINt.ItlN e rre. dewy flowers otheis are as monotonous may lie beneath that summer sea. p m dally, except Sunday c nnttct at Winches.111 Cm M t'i igr LIQUOR HAB Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. j as a photographed smile, and others That is the average woman chosen as DRUNKENNESS-TH- E thoro la but ono ter for Richmond, K) and niintson the K C K U ln all the World a dead' j h eet as noug.tt. I u.ntcd Vestibule Chamber of Contmer. ll.nl.l n t hi his wife b theaveiage lnitn, and hence from New York, I'luUdcl muat. O euro, Dr. Haines Golden Spoclilc. Onl one change to points in plua. W i.liuicloiiaiiil all point Katt. urmes nt the aerage marriage which tonus tho And when wo come to the matter of sunford 11 (7 p m. It can beKiven in a up tif tei or coffee without l.cxumt.ni at'4 47 l m dmly Vm ihooi 'ui a wife, which is of c.iirse the took- of the satirist and the cynic. , und all point Fat mail Irom Itichinond, elTccllnja the knowledge of the What, then, is the description of "the speedy and pcrinaiicnt person takini; it,the patient cii.t, lluiitingtoii, W a, and all kxal stationsar-rive- s on'y vi ly important result of men's cute, whether Lexington at 11 40111x111 daily exi cpt Sunbest woman." who is so seldom choen, 11 a moderate drinker or alcoholic wrcd. of taie woman out another, do you EMIGRANTS Lf JlaJil'J".For 'Inousand of ilrtinl..irds hase been cured who day Stanford it 57 pin ask? Accniiimodationfruni OliveHill and intermediatn ".'.fArf."Li AM00Di COfTcfl pi ettines becomes merely a detail and have lilrn llir t.nlden StieClfiC ill their I have not just now time io the line of this oints, Kichinpnd, K., and points on the K. C tell yon, without their knowlofuc, anil cekias home on Special rates. road ill receive nut the one nine tney neiieve . pr.r. 1" ".,.n. ir.... 8 10, a tn. tlailv. ex. qiut nun at leajt it but you may, if you like, of the Iiii.t drtiiLln ofthelrown freewill. ro hannlu-- I li arrives at Lexington Iitttti. K.bi, (s.iiotiu 't.,Z u.f.?"J,"1.,nOIe,o-Youi- r. aWSet agents 01 this Company for rates, routes ought to ho becomo if lhoman iscapable quotation from the Vicar of Wakefield ertect results from itt administration. Cures guar cept smiujr Mianinr.i 10 p ni .MH.K . h....V. llltl.M.,.. -. N AM V.. stlti,lr le sure ticket, read read antred Send for circtilir and full titrticulars. Ad Acorwtite,c.p.ArMouEG.i'.a.T.A., attsllltc8lttr.ari"7".,tAT-- rf4Diu.L.JT.Wt, of looking before lis leaps. and draw your own infeiences. a 4, MUlllrrrttsI0 dress in contideme flm nits SeirrteK tCo., iSj Ce, K. O Louisville. K A j.j J ia:iy men are not, and instead Mrs. Fkank Lksmk. S. F MOKSCO.1. A,C,nc,nat0. IlaceStrect. Cincinnati. O Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal FAVORITES OF THE MEN. BORXWTG. rafeat ffl QS ttPft.Aai-Vrt-JJ?,.-i-- - - suj-poV- Gi5LHRi5LRD CO. .,? I .l- - ..". m STOCK FfllR, and 1 mi I7 11. a no i ry n . 1 C , . 1 1 1 i - M rf .JA3IES i. Nnv York, listou. i y RICIIAKO e WARREN Ken-tuck- y, bt Danville Fair, s, I I 11 IViliJW '(DlRir.iJMAIW, I I KATE L1AVRl)LI(.Ai, I llt II. MILLER I h-'- y f , ju - I J. -- '.MSf ri.-re- , 111 -- vs it lit I it mSmm Ir. PRICE, Dr.N-nsn- "' -. Hustonville Fair , 1 , I 1 Alo-tHiid- A er I .1 . mo-men- c 111 July 22, 23 and 24, LIST. r 1 111 U-u- PENNY, Dentist. op-pos- J LHMMl REMOVED! .r...--- NKW FAST MAIL - I ICE-ICs.-l- f -- . y.i I RML i 'l' -- - Acl-t'- s For Sale . Johnson ter Twenty Building Lots it I I !- - -- k ) , . u- FOR SA3CE I- - RtiKI-.KI- s tn-t- j i foriu-flneiiK-- ' c. T. 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