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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890072901 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. ff-m- f- - - Tt? -- eifljerNirf j Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. HUSTON VILLE. SII Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JULY 29. 1890. CRAB ORCHARD. t NO. 43 THE RILEY HOUSE, y .tlr. im. tl. P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, people tended the lnir untlv uiitcrtulnud the youn-u tutiu vsteiv.ssj.i it inin nun .it rMti'i London, Nitunhiy. yar. Kentucky. Thnrmlny uvimiii--- . hunting nnd colors llyinp, all enernehH I have moved to my new HoteljinJ am better J. I). Irwin has been appointed Miss Juliu Hnidley left Monday lor; -- A iiir on Xo. 81 "wim demiled hero, for n second encounter. Unr club's capprepared than ever to acommod.tte the public. at CreeUborough, Russell llariodMnir', whore he is t be untur lhnrnlay morninc, detainnij: the noith tain was absent, but n man was soon Good Li cry attached an.ieiery cmipmence . ..1..-.- . I tt.t.. Ti.i.L.l.ti. iit.ittltli, III At I". One me a call. llil tiJH1tll.ltll1llf1 iViiii.lit K.tttiit-tilitnru ........ ..ci...... ; ,M Ulllll.11 lillC, , ItlM.So FRANK RI LEY. 77 !... ...,.1 .1... n county. explosion in a : i t ';t.l.tt. Mru M.in llnliiwian tut- - lliti ' ntiil f... An Savannah, Ga., .until, tirn i"v in. JUKI .Ul.it dt vi. t nmtt. .. .. .1. . ... .lt...l ...- tl .. - ' '"" "' , boarding-hous" u little -- Our town presents not quite so live proud KiintH of another killed three and wound'OLD ' ' SPRINGS' U?l it did tat week, hut lady, who has been ch.lMened H,rio, in ? ed others of the K! boarders. h an appearaneea ,,,B Mt n.l batted he ,. honor of Its greiit aunt, Mr.. W. II. life. The house in which Abraham Linisn't .leu I hv a Ion, Hhot. TIiuiVh r "will! iMirvnu nf llu. jiniiitititr tutcnnr Refeirins to an adiertlscnicnt which appeared lns, of Stanford coln died is to be moved to Chicago and a calm after a storm. wik in lait nue ol the Interior Journal in regard tn I). C. Payne has torn down his witliout the least Hlbit, Mitrini: three on exhibited at the World's Fair. Mr. renting cottages at Old Urippinj; S(tnne, I ih Hustonvillo conies 8 itrar belt's a the ttrrst inninc The UiiicatriMiiH tlien to lr.lorm the public that nince said article appearRobert Laird Collier, tho ed I hae again leated the bprint and buildings "cash" town as any place wo know of. old dwelling on Maufoid Mreet ami is "took town," but could not turn with tn I) O S!.i u liter tipon dame condition, a, lTnitariau minister, died nt his country co. Ail of the Icu.liiiK niurehiiiita havuadopt-- 1 ImvIh on the same site the foundation bkill tamed in loriuer lease between lilm and James I. the "quick tv.ists" of Tatuni, or il place near Salisbury, rt t!4lim residence which plan and nie well plwusetl with of a hnudsoiuetwo-htored that Md., Sunday. they hit nt all it was onlv to send a MARY UELI.E ADAAfS.Admx. U'tTl lift llllultiul tnntfllttttltttli.lt tit ..tint. For fear he might get to be old and t'ic results, ,' !"foul into tlie trap-likof catch- hands Mr. C. C. VauArsdale is adding an Ihoioort that .spiite .1. A. Chop- , er .Mcliee. I p to the t.. iuiiltm mter- - infirm, Henry Stebbins, aged SS, of Aki . i.i i r i il i ron, ()., cut his throat and bled to death. iinu MiiiiuuuMi iroui .1 masisienni elevator to his already well equipped mill. inu est in the game did not flag, although Hjhe-to- f In many of race was current here this week, hut that The bat slipped from the hand of a A cre.im of Ur'i bikni; p His ilour lins found its sale Season ODens .Turin tttttth . rivi. ' the "Crabs" weie climbing up on the -. II leavening ...-.... rnmei.t ReMitt, base ball player at Ukeviow, 0., and portin Au '7, - r rig. h L rir'iiy pic. June i towns whore there are noted (ieutlemati tells us that there is no truth score the l.irne Ilnce called at 8:30iiumn sharp. .stick amazingly. Twas then that Kvduct-rates fur hoard a'd crttaxo till July tst. striking a spectator, killed him instantmills and is makinc both money and in it nnd no truth in the mnu who first the I.nncaitritms recognized ITFs IOR IOAKI) HOM II L IITthat all was ly. uttered it. "Would it not be staitwatle reputation for the clever proprietor. Per Week lost ami threw up the contest. The game .M nay y; There are in the United States said he, "to retire Too much cannot be said In praise of ' ' Meal I. Tom stood Crab l!, national banking associations in operaCottage Rent, j.er vteeL "r t ? ur people for their hospitality during fr Jin a race that is aheady won ?" Mcljiughtou, of Louisville, umpired the Month ,1' tion, having n total capital of $03o,a'5,-27(- Lot on Main Street in Stanford Horses fed. er We.-The colored Baptist Sunday-Schotin" fair. The latch strlnn of every house-- J .... game. From the groupdsvisitingelub was " ., " " Containing i '..'.!'". l.'iM not only hung on the outtddo, hut Convention is in session here. About 6 A I. Sl'lJONA.MOUE to taken the Springs Hotel, where our Tlit olllcial census returns show that Tcrnr. ea T R WALTON, Stanford there wore ready hands to "pull the 2. preachers are in attendance from hoys regaled them with meat and drink, Richmond has a population of L74I, as and cordially sy wolcomo to ' forent jxutH of the State -- some of them such as battered and beaten souls relish i&.mj, an increase of over ngninsi you llustouville jn ople iioverdothlnps quite eloquent. To day (Sunday) is the most. House and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sals J. Ward Moore, J. C. Brooks, (:' per cent. in ,,,,'i-- day." A thousand and one, array- l I.Alves. ' (ieorge B. Harris, Morris Harris, Sain The strike on the Cincinnati Southhotel mm desorvus ered- - ol in all the llnery of their tribe, are ex- Tatuui, Sum Mcliee, (ieorge L. .lames, Our A House and Lot, consisting of il4 Ares, These beautiful and r Spnnss are ern, C. ic O. and other roads centering at Crnl Orchard, Ky , and knoun as the situated on llnrnr, 4W nnlrs cast of Stanford. niruiiiinulHtioiie ho xave peeled on the grounds, whero a basket it f'r the f:o-Pattcison and Simon (iorinloy in property, one lilock Irom I)ent The !ioue 1 hey are of the purest chahlnwip Cincinnati has been declared oiT. The contains ix spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one days of the old proprietor, .Motes Cook, ourin the during, dinner will be oprend and nil mouths compose visitors that ancesthe victorious nine, anil they portico, with tors Utiles, roads got new men and the old ones got open porch and on or addiess all iiecesary out and spert many happy hours Ihere, gamine health buildings. Call tie fair." The. Weatherford House, for filled with loaves ami D U. I'duiUtou, happiness, invalids Ictititv of no more iosay that tliey can lick the Interior left. l'rof. J. W. Smith, the new I'rind-njoiCrab Orchard, Ky or me at I'ineville, Ky healtliful waters, and for pleasure loers it has no t :ie time, IIkc an omnibus, always had Journals. Shy your castor, boys. SAMUKL IILAIR. M. I). equal. here was never a cooler, mote delishtful It has at last been found out that no doubt pal "f the llih School, has arrived and for one more. Mrs.tireen boardtns house, away from the noisy city and free from the musical mosquito. With a new- Lost and Mr. Theodore Harris, president of the bad n K'ood dwd to do with things in iron tnken rooms at the Harris House. He CHURCH AFFAIRS. plenty ol h.h. much can be obtained Louisville Banking Co., is the purchaser the water of old li,x r or. Our spring open on althouch her husbnnd held up his will open the college doors to seekers-vuend. on the 17th or June. Rutesof leard, bcginaiu July A Bible reading and prayer mooting of the First National Bank of Middles- the secoml .Monday In of the loir admirablv. I olfcr for ale pnatel my rurm Inwnnsthe 1st: I'cr Week $ ou oltl Lewis LuiKfonl piace. near the Stanford and .'".'..':::."., .00 W" ?,ay., The Western jmrtieswho had hecun August, but before then he will deliver will be held at Mt. Xenia Sunday next boro. Lanc.itcr pike, and running nearly tn Div Rter, a lecture on education and normal work, nt 3 e. m. Ijiwrence, Mass., was visited by a containing 112 Acroa It is well impmwil, has Per Month .'.".'.'.'.'.'V'.'io'oo tie opening up of a silver mine on Mr. t i i Comfortalbe stable for horses at I3 per week or of land in Tlmjailies of 'the Lexington Broad- cyclone, which killed S people and in-- j Kih1 ruicrn. ami tin- adiln-.- i is me a t fine state Creek, ........ H... ,...;. 50 (tillierls J. V. Powell's place, have postponed !" men ne propose 10 give mo people Cull mi "I anu stay one week aud I leel sure ou will $u the season. Correspondence t ''8 methods of touching, way Christian church will run an excurS I. WITHERS. 'w tired 50 others. A large number of Ky for awhile. The serious til- the project solicited 32 mu j. K. COOK ' of the lecture will be sion to Mammoth Cave on the PJth at buildings were destroyed, involving a iiesu of one of the gentlemen mused the T", C. A. BENEDICT & CO., e. later on. Prof. Smith is flu elegant ;S for the round trip, three days out. loss of nltout jlOO.000. whi.li Mr. Powell thinks I. M. BRUCE, Tfie L. A X.'s new depot at Tenth Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Uev..J.lv Triplett, of L'niontown, will last only a month or so. Both Mr. gentleman, a lino wholar and will, we ami Maple, Louisville, is nearly coml.well and the gentlemen who propose prwlht, meot witii every encouragement Ala., has been granted a sals TAXKORI), KV. stable, vucntiou by his church and is spending pleted. When it is finished it will be us. of am- - h0"1 OHr lople. t pertle the mine are cunfidenl STA.VFOKD, KV. Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at Mrs. T. A. Ureebnm went to it at Hendersouvillc, N. C, recuperating ed by all tho lines now running into factory t ss and it looks like they have grounds prices. jo unlay to visit her htother, the his health. Fourteenth street nnd also by the Motion A iyittg sliver mine ' llev. J. Bell (iibsou has returned afSPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL A revolution has broken out in Jlu- would ben big thing for this jwrtion of Hon. Snm Wanl. .Mr. Humphrey travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. tin. wIki has leeii the guest of Mr. .. II. ter a very interesting moetjng at the enos Ayres, led by insurgent soldiers, unity ami would no doubt cawue a used iu livery. Stevens for several days, returned home (ilmk8 church, in Madison, where there oeiween wnoin uie local government ilutter in real estate in oiir town. Dealer In Mr- - w- - u'dom- - wir 10 additions m well ns a geuernlJ forces desperate fighting occurred Satur Mr. and Mr. J. T. Oinis have taken ,',l wvokHARRY A. EVANs, day. The president had to seek refuge WELL PEFERS. Mwes Jetv ,ruilc eaimiunm lor appenato clerk, was snriing up oi uie nieinoers h at Mrs. J. A. llogle's. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, The meeting nt tiie I'tehbvturinn iu foreign vessel. s if.M.k, .lului Bradley and Su Inglw ut C. O. Sprints Thursday and 1'rWay. PHMTS & OILS. Air. uiianey reel, a nneville lalulailab. rlmrrh continuea and a harvest of souls S IAN FORD, KY The Morris building nt Bowling and Mrs. Maggie Carpenter and Mtt-sr- r in was VARNISHES. ETC , i. 1.. CnrpetiU-r- , J. B. Cook, i. M. tiiv-m- Mins here this week to sen his lady love. in progress. There have aheady been ' (ireen, occupied by Morris & Co. 'a dry Engineering and Surveying in Ma I'ettus, nccoui'Kinied by Mrs. six or eight additions ami the work is goods store, Hiner'ct Co.'s grocery store - KENTUCKY. Bub Hoeker and Ueorge Wriglit at-- t DANVILLE, all branches. Wil-and Hamilton A Gates' jeans pants nli-t- l the linenAter fair Friday after- J. II. Stevens, went to Stanford this but fairly commenced. Evangelist WAI.h I'.U'KU AM) I)Kl'0ItATI0XSt the larg is endearing himself to the people tory, burned, entailing n loss of week to purchase, rumor wiys, some noon. Mlsaed Bowi) lieid and Alplui est and most complete stock in Central Kentucky, with all the latest and must arti.tic- decorations Mrt. Homier-hji- nnd doing great good. His sermno to uliont half insured, vn-were gtieeU of Mishjm Jennie and hymeiiial habilimeiiU. known to the trade. Room Mouldings and Winn Ue of Mt. Vernon, who has been visit- men only Sunday was a splendid eiiort This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and PRICKS THE A xt:H bankf know-in ns-VmiH Reid during the fair. Mish Sne ,tank of dow Shades ANDendless nriety. 1IEST An n others not to trespass on our WORK THE LOWEST lands without ing at Mr. C. A. Kedd's, returned home to arrest an evil that brfngspnin, shame, Middlesboro, has been organized I lock- as all such w ill be prosecuted to the fullIiigles, of Paris, is with Miss lou with n inatma is kindly solicited before orders are est extent of the law. Siirned: - lunacy and death itself to thobo who r. .Miyea .Maiiun, oi imuviiie, nuve Saturday, taking with her Mrs. Dr. Coomvha stoek o 50,000. The oilicers as placed. D. V. HOLMES. P. W. LOGAN. who will spend several days among transgreK-- the laws of nature. The ser-- , clct.te(l I ctn visiting Mrs. Maggie V. Carpenter. PHIL1IERT RICHARDS Ir im ,lg fon0wa: President. J. P. JOSH ADAMS II W.OAINES. .Mr. Untw hgDert, vices will continue as before and the Snndifer; J. U. McKINNKY, D. N. .Mason; Cnrrull Rold, of Danville.and June Reid, "OfKaistie lriomts. Mrs SAM FORD IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN, 8 Mrs. ALICE Tirrk'VM Sons, Louisville, airived meeting will last nil the week, at least. M JOS. I1ALLOU. cashier, V. J. Kinnnird. t, d UngvUnv, Ala., spent last wook of J. Bicon THOS. C. 1IAI.L, W. A. HAMILTON. to spend a couple of weeks with M C. REYNOLDS uitli tUvir imiuiiUi. Mr. and Mrt,. S. 11. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 9 '"ther and mother. IHa stay in the lb J. MutfLnry Tt was with MlsKnlls Cltr Ims dovotopej him into quite 3STOTICE. (.iivvtis v t'tittt-- bought in Teiines-- , !...:. William te.t week. Mrs. J. . yuniiB man. Vltims. of Uujcvtew, Ala., is v.wting at " 700 ewes at .'. m to i,i.'A). see We are standinir the Clnrk Cash h'.r.e at our staV very much amused while ..r ..i..u.'. Mr n....h t ble 4t Mc 'si'incy at . Suuol trotted lialf a mile at Detroit atendemre to sell nit larin of uhout iju acres, situ4B1 V''i Mta. lh" "ere " few evenlnifa po. A mirth nf Sf mfn. nt. .Iia anoui ir. inuet omce ill l:Q2i, Which is tlie fastest tilUO 011 ICC- - Uush llranch put, opuo.ite the ..Id church. Thor Uunt I .l.iit rser. of lAMiiaulle. te tho rhfck-rtlrt$10 to Insure a Living- Colt i . d old fnnnor uru " about s.o acre in wnvat and rye; the balance .est 01 ti..- Mi.. (Jook. vi the farm ell set in timothy, (iood dwellla; 4. n to He is well bred and a No foal setter. Money hi. mail. There were, t o( tn,- nur -pndid k.,rh" nd. ('oimsioii Our townsman, C.T. Saiididw, took ' barn: W r'm'watered and due when mare u parted with or bred to another ell can fmd. Otters nor postal "mania" hurse. Lieu retained on all colts till moauy is . ,1 p. ....Mk n.uns.tuvafu-rnouu.con- . iiomerous premiums on his tine horeeo bgintaimJitiy. Kor iuuUr, j. as . . . DL'NN & TANNHR. for him. but Cnnirflfiin.n Mi(arv. w hn iMHicy, sianiora, ur write tne nndersigaed at I'". !i . vcrai Hwarun aiven aiwr at lticMer fc. W1THIK&. uwcia.au. lo. . . .77". l.iv to kt.fi hiamissa it finals! " r "" .1 ii' feHOnr-Ho.1 vure tieterreu T mi ifiw iatt. bull calvec and iound at Waahioittoo, had aeiu China piffa for !?. Doth thoroughbred till th. t hi. doiu old opy of hi. and aupenor WT. VERNON, ,y. of iadividuala. J. M. VanMe ir and it wa a jam ear enough "u the Ks ",l iult'iii'n b,U mM' ter, Uauvlilc . w Uh. rloaiag o This old bpUadid or- -, ring. St ' Hte ;. si in tain itiaollta mg iu tne reaatation. Charget r ,. prwrved through the wttw Up nUvly ia Spe- The Jeaaamiue Joarual report Uwt atttatittst to the traversal pub banded out the taipor- eryliodym.Mltota, in a ffood T" wheat la on a boom tbetx, aome .Uin The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. g !. P NEW'I Pro oudamt. Iluatouvlllian took it Unt dou.eut, wniarkiiig hall wriouaiy Ma high aa HA, galea of 10,000 ouahela; V.' Ky. - of via. the bB.ir.Mft are uoUd at 4 and 8.. .. , s Hotker,S r Rcnl, 1. . Mr. McCreary had nhool pamphlet that ., J. aveagood time of tobacco Sutton grew uu. i.,r. .vuumf. a. Th"'d nn"r u,o)t liMt -l J. !... .mm.m.A acre ........( t. Ham., ir.N. . nanArvduleand Lama H.iTdvu.do M rcuc, I. J W. ..u.. eidnsgayirr.old and under Hu lesel ouef the st.iMe. aMOCIjte c.ur,riv-- s together and betowe lsnssr, hre.,y trris mm mro- W " ""B1" 10 ta Son ITflab IUU.. tr.ck and will rut. and n aoMi it at to eenta par pound, ail li'icurp..rjia pt.nuaniMdtutsfi iMwv.sions rch.ip of Ktntuai.f if S'' I the tuJm.sU ,.,,. Wniiaru Alkli.. d l ftr Bfwral time, in hi. brawny around, at tiw barn. Lexington Ua- - coi..pin.fortn O he r.ai ei..u, mill P.ir. Brtitkinf and Training Stable. . hanl, rvnriiug il with a look of udn' Xcltt andall the personal propcru thou and ' ih mill, il Minltud Ky., tormctlv ow ntj l. ih,rpr,ae and delight H urnyd fWa ' aSta"..rii k .Ur Miiic.,"andfv'r He has had surTuni i n- - in K. W. Lew received of Gnwpberry teat ataliiuu, mart or aiding, any thu;.. r'.u nas.e hia an mewwbt unf t,,e" m it.Mu' ;l 1.' nit r uusnit-sisfttnch other addit.t VVTY r. - .is may he required nl tflst'B and ni4i hiinrv or Maaavll. M ,10 Adair. Caaey Bright 18 head Of reas n.tlilc One him a .hrc export cata J for ilia purpce ..' cm ir p ttrouaf e. u, ,U PnrP,rt ' fi1 Harve Mc ioci.. aoka ago, 4,, bought ins UUioUHion; , or geld.. from Karri. Saudidge l& and 17 from Nr stajiford HoikrMiUCo.,' aud teMUcspu! , good thiaga nioitty good." Hit thia ha ortsjryaudhlo P'. "f buainesa (hall be at SUufora, 1Joclt Crow, I. C. Jatnea. P tua latter averaged 1,- - county. Ky. 8 recotkmchded to hia Sab- haa dowM aenwal nature of the business oi the i tare or gvldiag any age, C. T. San al lent., corpcirnlion shall he the purchase and sale of Mr. ftfcCrvtry'a now catv Hon. W. J. I.yie bought of E. Y. Urn & grain, manuCscture and saleuf flour and meal and chiaii). the tt.iu wt whatewr else pertains to the comlm t 1. - i':ii ut, I ('. JaiutM. Teuntwaee uvea at $&.&. Richard Ci en- ofaHouram mill, aud the purchase and sale nf a. H. B0RNSIDE, Proprietor J. T. Hackiey, candidate for consti- ... ..... ..v ... T.ftns anv iiiM. try twiigbt of John Harris o good work roal The taith-- ' stock ol the corporation h..ll bt &3V Mlattihr Sffss -s4 ki hwe l thousand dolUis, Oivuleti inn upr '...',.. W.J auualndl 1.1, H0a,lut1iottaU'onW!U,0n',l,!,H,n"1 or mora to muUw for ;H"0. K. W. l.ee bought of W. $,. .f nt lli.rt Uundrrd aollart c ich, which - puiil kS- imT ' J '. ?riJS N Hotel ia K has a ht-- i urday and .poke on hour rVj fcL fax 'urct ciiu ition. fe rt but-aad Us proprietor is iletermn Son 3d. T. llobinaou, of thia county, 1.") head of ip in hill ti.i, June 9 i9u. Liv the transfer to thr HI alout 50 votoia, not morn thau a dovsen good shall be maiataipett. .Jststb&xZt Co ut ins ol the propert n cntioncd iu Wb- - i jaw cattle at 1. 10 and will soud thorn to j oprr.ttnn ?!?OTH lleia a Haltimoio for export. Danville Advo- - on'thi., in- lorpotatfcm shall oiiuut-nc-and continue in r...l ii,,ii ill t)it dfinncnith inaiori of whom were prohibitioni.ts. the urn day of June, i3y,, I years then (nun .'fl A.IA ' rwvJf plain, w toe, praUcnl farmer, belter tit rxi.Urce twenty-nvHe has recently added to it. .tppoiutiaeau flti9rCi J JjLiii: Kiji-ranr ought not to sa 1 lie atfairs nf the corporatntn shall he UmK. cato. t . L. Jtilt 3: -j :.m!i'; ted y a B.tard nf nine Directara, of Inch lit e fffiWKS i " "" , ur. It w til not otwnr if dainovnils do J. A. & S. T Hani weighed thu oat- - .nan S&iti&SZ&z&'-Tool a nuoruni, an.i tne Hoard shall itistiiui of a worm feme than t,iirdutv. Sm-l- ianot tho roanonw vi"' lhe tlu FrltlllV that they bold eOinOtiUlO tlgO h.m- ihe power to employ for the corporation iu h m Al 5J':S ,nnv he necessary t.r nt. and rn.plorecs a toKH.mUe a So loncon.truct.ng organic - I ..1.. .. . pi that we .honk! .... to tho I'oree bill, to '"w" for n Km,t Coinu-oA First-Clas- s sv i.viiiiii.iii Aiiwa. iu II me 13. Tl.o Livery ttitiiv ttuivt ..to ftntper ir to couuuci by int1 .uiatrs 01 tnecorjwr- cS; he woalth. pun hast) or otherwise the McKinlev TanH bill, to th gag . ulw flnst two latragraphs of Tom Jetrernon's UeW.1 nf I'Mtll lii.f unit), ami tlm numr.L tin rel, e,Uaniulre h To Accomtnoda e fie demands of Ins increased orpr,n, pn.p.ny necessary or ' transient Mest Turnouts furmthed M r. F. Weill's JfJ head, sold at prop- .- Tor the buines of the corporation. tatronak'i. of speaker Ilel, to tho theft of MontaHUSTONVILLE. KY. furnished his ideas of con-- ' was i.ouVi Commercial ltntticr. and others Board of Directors all ' fhe the stockholders onshtht he elected (in- stealing of a dcuwn seats from ''Declanition" same price, nvemseil l.oJO and ham H1,ii, bj na, to the second Satnr. nl rcjilt stitutioiitil law, as set fortli in his speech. the t' u. uut, January, tu Isold la one tear Arc sull in the full leiuoiruta in Congress, to the shameless He mentioned some alterations in bnla-- . ilnriis is ciowing considerably overheat- ami of each successors arc office for aatl quail- thii. in tne Hi u.i; Liuuntil their elected .in.l C.isk"t.s vl .'l kind- - tnd Rnhei . stock of &.1ECD I lotil llwlirtt election ia January, iloi, the of every detcnpti'in tluih'tr.r ln. h is neurit proihgaey and many other enormities of Hen of State olhces, which lit believed ing him. ituurporators aforesaid shall be snd compose the n w can be ot.tauicil ui. ulitiri noiur Mr J II Coi'MT. A rather small Hirst t ry of the corporation. Anv sacauc the nresont Congioss. The next few t l 1.1 l. .,..!.. !.,,.... Lx astrk il... 1....H Green has charge olt tir liness. in.i v il! show Ultllll-- IlllWltlVII IIIIT IIIIIIIIC'II Fifty Dollars for Directory l.mitrd bo fullv utilized in closing bllUlllli yesterday and lit- the remaining of the corporation shall be lillc.: ) our goods tn inr one needing I'.a'mt in our I Hill pav c a niiii tiuii of am unauthorized informalays . . ..f Directors the tion on pcrsou of taxation to the liquor trnthc, and ciowd attended couit ine 8. 'I he corporation shall at no line cot) tract or up nnv gaps in thu party organization wound up by contrasting Kansas and tle or no business was tnmsauted in the nit ur a debt exeeetlin $ai.uuo. Found Cutting Timber or DamI'lu corporation shall Imvc all ol the poucrs .1. to convincing the doubting, if there mo Iowa, prohibitory States, with whisky-makin- g cattle or stock line. There were no pubprescribed l aging any Improvements infusing xoal into the indifLewis Y. Leave!! bought pri- nf Kentucky. Chapter 56 of the General Statutes such, nnd to nnd whisky-sellinStates. He lic sales. On the following property 10. The members ferent, of whom thoru ia almost always made no mention of the woman Hull'mge vately of Win. Ahderson 100 select ewes roruoration privatebeproperty of thethe debt, nftlus shall exempt from ot llu I lie (arms at Highland known as W A Cash's, livery democrat Hros., bought of V. ft. torporution. a goodly number. Inn Hutchison's, ticoritc 'laugh's, llastin Heirs', plunk, which somewhat surprised his nt Shift, (ientry lirocters shall elect a I'resi 11. The Hoard ol Youuj. I. S. Younic's II acre place, W. Tershould bo alive and wide awake for the homers. Onlv two colored voters were Walker a pair of mnre mules for $'.V2o. dent, Secretary aud Treasurer, neither ot uhnri ra's, in. Lon; s vt iiv 1. rj arr, fnr shull be incompatible with t ..- V. Hutchison's At Cox s Gap o aero farm, next w'm ia t.p.iii.ii'.t tint Tho purses for tho Danville Fair As nflicers which said officers shall holdthe ivim Col. W. II. Miller, the demo-tothers, their nf ' I rccman and R. Darren', timber tracts on ISuck js-Ho- ir ', democratic ear, until their sociation closed with 10 entries Ill the (me l..ut or'Ilia llrt..t successnrs art..r ... t ind acres, John 1 urnbuUs. siracrcs, John reek, 307 ....... cnitic cadulate, was expected, but did . UllHllltfSl. .11 lNlltl tlltl, IC'tllltlV Ul l . Il.f in hunan's, 301 acres, M.J Harris', 90 acres, II. U:o0 class, ,rt en - urf,r tin c un of a kutK.icm bond J)0t alQW 7 class, 10 vntnes; 0R lVwer', too acres. John Anoenon ., 14 acres, itnt-- t oi r hanuit thu, Juno u, i&o Wash Harris' 51; acres, ?oo acres, C "l Last Saturday the C. O. baseball tries; '2:25 pacing class, (i entries; o. i II U.hlc -- Our Ileus do not lay near all the eggs' Robinson Mill tract, l.bin' farm, LESSENS PAIN T J. FOSTFR class tliero were Tn LIFE nt Kidd'slarm, Joel Petrey's farm, A. GuocVs Ilryant dozen club, captained by W. A. llrooks, went 10 entries. In the larin, Sixteen million TIIOS. MFICAlt, ,Ye consume. W Collins farm, on Glade Ridge, 6ooacr's, HenDIMINISHES J. S HOCKER ry Miller'., ioq acres, Henry Miller's, 411 acres, at a cost of ,-' to Lnncaster and had itself "done up" only l entries, but as the horses entered were Imported last year J W. HAYDEN. SMOTHER Stcnhen llurch's. zsa acres. D. II. Etiinl.inn'. wereHUch good ones the association der,0fl 000 The average value of this hn- - on short order by tho Lancaster club, as near depot 1 A CHILD ' tract, strode House, CottageStorehouse at at Crab' the Record majinlloquently tells. cided to let them start, although it re Orchard, Hotel, Cottaee and MAIUOrKC OtteaIt WI13 M PENCE, nortntlon for the nast 4 rears lms been heim, J OTTENHKIMUK, RFBULATQR Ca ATLANTA QA I BRAHFIFLD KEID n sore defeat indeed, but our boys told quires 5 to fill. Agent for Owners. io.(m $3,230,000. nearly Mia MYALL MUffOfSfX. 11. - - -11111.1 ...I SI I II (Aiit '.ir llllll tilt i ttltltlH. ,i...... l Ml1lti.fl tillittlu.il If, P Vi 'fHIV II lltlllllUI nf W. , tlu Ijuicnutriuns tlmt tlu-NEWS CONDENSED. nt to Crab Orclnml nml duplicate it. They .....s.il.i III" , Careful estimates put the corn ciop IVIFHV Hiil miSLHi thi'y could, and sun uiioukIi of Kansas at nbout half that of last mid ,.. ... , ... ,. , y , . IHTO-in- -.- 31 ...,...,., ! post-mast- j feisty . I I wiu-nm- """" """ "? 1 J-"- " e 'fl" I kIIIL sarin15 'l-- r mimKG 1 j well-know- n ' e POWDER Absolutely Pure 37- jii-i- .. . ' SHALE'S WEIaL. . K . i j i ' proM)-terou.sness- ," On-har- FOR SALE! - r ol 5. 1 l,-5- - dif-strin- . -y--uii -- COOK'S SPRINGS. cli-ve- r lorn-to- d hiMlth-smng- Sla-vi- ns tt..-man- wer.-her- o n ,,o- -t 1 i d Farm For Sals. i6-i- e after-knowled- I . ' . tn I annonnc-sbut-.low- n. two-month- s' I umi m m Uving-i.re.itelieiii- g. id Mar-t-.e- .. ( A. E. GIBBON'S. - - ' ' -- i. 1 fac-lin- r-- $2-,00- 1 e i, - POSTED. ex-a- ai-i- ni I ''. , t, ' , I i - ; Farm For Sale. s, . s - unr't - clol Jl'M . , . ll I - horny-hande- it-- M.,.nllnlin,mri ". fch I'I P-i- uair gt r. 1 ...! a."'"" ? b ;; t " - ama , mmmm I & 'newcomb hotel. cr: aadarell-knowj , . 11 Sj-t- bj anelo. " .ci ; V -.I! tssk.. , h'ld siy 4,'ntJ"- i' ean-iun- wtsKtn.fnsKtu '".w 1I111-.- l. 1 I g S aS. rZ faje t. ?V5 S3 J! . t.eiH-ra- l haf '& t a. iu oo w" I', 1 1 Ill : - 'f ? ol - t bath-aoho- 1' P"-i-.- 1,.30-ppun- d WL";i.E -- , ,- jiti 111 ii-- w I o -- 4f n Tvx-aarj-'jBP''ii FHE MYERS HOUSE ' r - fi-- t::i-k- y V . 4 , St-- i I - r sTSttffi i ". c . ctn-du- H 11 -- i- -i- ' U -- V?SA ? ctit .- ' n I n, - an-- l 1U J. mSkx&M&l T. STTTTOjS hn-iCa-.cs and I5illi.ird'ls;irlors -- CO., Stable -, , - hu-- e S50 H3SBT ii .,,..; Lit- - , I 111 64-t- f t g I El OTHERS - ,- -....- y7.prp.0nt. . n ' . elt-t- fd -- . Couiier-.lournal- ','.-- riV.. ritiEnu WES.oTH K n.'inRitNS r- 1 1 C 1 'i ' -:-- ': iiaiin nlLU -- ,iR 5H-IAB- .. 1 $-- . J I V " fc-- ' A vL..i'j. 1 ". ...TtZ-- , ,.: - j.V " ir tt A Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky.. a lovely a candidate for Congress. Gov. Louisville, and hail sinco lived Ji'LY 2rt, 1890 nominate - faithfulness an excellent christian life. She nttendid College hei e McCrearyand service dt serve an expression of your two years and by her lovable nature 1 ago of Democrats should make it a point to April "Jotli, l.vl, and at the early religion and joined attend the convention hero Thursday to l'i years professed South, select delegates to the convention to the oth and Walnut M. K. Church W. Ter Superior F WALTON, JOSEPH 1IARIIOUR W H. confidence and appreciation. The news of the death of Mayor K. H. Hurnside will carry Borrow to many it heart, besides those of his immediate family for he was widely known and greatly esteemed. The sad event occurred at Cumberland Falls, Saturday morning, where he had been taken by his faithful wife, with the hope that the water there, which had proved of so much value to him before, might check the steady advances of the malady that was sipping his vitals Bright's disease. But the hope was vain, the deadly work hail tto far progressed and he was bevond the help of earthly agencies. Perfectly satisfied of the fact, he make all temporal and spiritual preparation for the dissolution, and died fully prepared and He 'was conscious perfectly resigned. very last and spoke often of the up to the future and the loved ones at home. Kev. Mr. 1'earee, of the Methodist church at Danville, and an excellent christian gentleman, was with him nearly the entire time of his stay at Cumberland Falls and talked with him repeatedly of the welfare of his soul, and his assurance to the bleeding hearts of the stricken ones is that he had never, except on one oth-- 1 er occasion, witnessed so triumphant a victory over death and the grave. The appreciate the ministrations f tins dear man of God and will ever re-- , the kind attentions and invalu-- ! able services when they were most , , DEMOCRATIC TICKET. , " Snp'tof Common " Surveyor. HARRY '" County Judge, THOMAS W. VARNON' County Attorney, JOSEPH It PAXTON; " County Clerk, GEORGE tl. COOPER; " Sheriff, J. N.MENEKEE; " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; Asteitor, E. U. KENNEDY; ' Appelate Citric, W W LONOMOOR " Delegate 10 Constitutional Convtntion, MILLER. SchjU, A W K. M;CLARi EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CAHPO.V Vinc-kst " :P I f When "Lige" and "Kit" as they called eac' bou, Ouuk1i Tito SlutrU. Wenltorll mir Kjrm jirile'v. h i.A lovers than Acres in a fine Mule t ulnvntn.n and he ne.tr pur honored senior started for the tnoun other, appeared more like A party of gentlemen at Glen Cove llubhle, Lincoln ot.nty Call n or ildt. ut at seeming went to Mntinecocl: ioint Tuesday even- lluShl. Ky tains we asked if we might expect a let- married people, their affection MHIKINC MKNEF1X. a bit of it. I to increase as the years went by. To ing nnd drew a seine net. catching at tlu ter, fie responded, "Not of whom first haiA a large shovel nwe shark. KH don't go away to write but to rest." Then them were born five children, NK MAItlMU.V. JAS (J. lilVKNS mensnrinjJT 7 feet 2 inrhen from tip to tip. he told an anecdote: "A youug mairied Mrs. Pattie Owsley, Mrs. Daisy Huliman nnd weighing about 20 jmunds. His MHRIIdOX. GlYENS woman ju9t from her honeymoon was at and Pearlie survive, and thevwith their ' slmrkhipliad to Im. killed before ho could mother are bowed in altnostinconsolable n ball ami a gentleman asked her to REAL. ESTATE, was made, . a tenderer bo laud"d. A second haul waltz with him. She replied. 'No, I grief, for no wne ever when a smaller shark of the nuneuppcuf ? - wu yon, I have hugging enough at husband, no children a fonder or more thank n. ca,,tnrei. The larw .May they all meet t!lken to village and placed on exhi- - Town Lola, Coil, Iron ami Tim Mr l.imU houghi home!'" Nevertheless the letter came. indulgent father. or told en Lommimon. Cof rciponlrn.p hotel, where it Force of habit or probably oilr seni r again in joy in the sweet bye and bye, bition near volititnl he never again to know the sorrow and was viewed by hundreds of people dur-is so pleased with Hock Castle that was pronounced one ing clneHiuy. It could not help expressing his approval. pain oi parting. large.t sharks ever captured in The early years of the deceased weie of the week remuins till the elec- 6pent in farming, which he followed till these waters. Brooklyn Times Less than a RICHMOND, KENTUCKY tion and the democracy should devote the war, when he secured a contract to N hi'okinii oicu .Sit. 10, 1H0O. every moment toa thorough organizition. furnish beef to the federal army in this Tho papers Prefliyterian CnthiL-iaThree Colleges. Thirteen Departments simply to beat section, and out of it he made a large aro full of talk about revibion. I am We shall not be Classical, Scientific, and Commercial oppoetl to it. tlie prohibitionists and nil other oppo- amount, but he was an exceedingly libl So Courses. to Ilxpcnscs moderate Ordinary Citizen So am I. The rule fiio. Attendance last scbsion 326, from nents, but we want to do so by such a eral man and never held to his money. majority as nhall tell to the world that After the war he went with Mr. James are good enough now. The only trouble ;; states and territories. the umpires. Give us honett um- I'nr I:! id formation aiul vulalogue, aMrti the democrats are still in the saddle in A. Anderson, of Garrard, in search of is withand the pires Giant will win every L. H BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor Lincoln county and determined to stay health to the mountains nnd linding so gaaie. New York Weekly. there. We watt to say especially to this great relief at Old Bock Castle Springs, 0 third party that it has no bus- tney bought the property and spent The work of canalizing the Seine, iness here and to its leaders that there is in improving it. Mr. Burnside ran it which has been in progress for fifteen renegades for several seasons with not so much yenrs, is still being actively pushed d no sympathy with According to the engineer, M. and fanatics to be found in our midst. profit to himself ns to the guests, who Bouquet de la Grye, the co-- t will not Let the democrats awake, go to work enjoyed his excellent accommodations an Invuluablc remedy exceed francs. The object and bury the prohibitionists as a party and cherry manners. He was a born ho-- t of the work is to decien the river so that TORPID ao deep they will never bo heard of keeper and as a gentleman, who had visn-l- of 2.000 to 2..M0 ton, which at SICK HEADACHE, again. visited Hock Castle under his manage- present have to stop at Rouen, may gc LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, democratic candi- ment-, said to us at Crab Orchard Springs to Paris. W. W. LuMiMooit, facCQSTIVENESS, They aro telling of a young man wlu MALARIA, date for appellate clerk, has resigned his a day or two ago, he had the happy ulty of making each of his visitors be was grniluuted at the harvard l.iv office of circuit clerk of Harrison county. AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. Judge Tinsley, however, still holds on lieve that he was running the resort for! sclu ol this year who has taken the full academic course of four years Har Sold like grim death to the common pleas his especial benefit. After disposing of vard, followed by three years at tlu in in his the springs he came to Stanford in 1S70; judgeship. One has confidence H'hool, and has supported huuat-lLaw election. The other knows he stands no and took charge of the Myers House,, throughout the seven years, loining out had been owned and run by his with a balance of Sj.OOO to tho good. chance and hangsonto a certainty. In which this he is wise, but it would have looked wife's uncle, A. S. Myers, and at once! This is good enough to be true. much better for him to have dolled the stepped into popular favor. He was the ' M. Eiffel is now utilizing his fan.ous ermine before scrambling for a political best known hotel man in this section and his house justly stood at the head of tower and a balloon for aerial telegraph To cure RIlloiiFncH, Sick Headache, Constiollice. tho best hostelries in Kentucky. At the purposes by night. It is intended to u pation, Malaria, Liver Complaint, taLo light time of his death, Im was serving his certain by the experiments at wh:.t di Tiikrk is now a tho cafe anil certain remedy, rr for delegate to the constitutional con- third term as mayor and could have con- tance the lights on the tower cau be SMITH'S ceived from a balloon, and to what vention from Madison county. Maj. tinued to hold it as long he wished. of the tower ar height from the summit Curtis Burnaui, a republican, has been A member of the Presbyterian church aerostat can be teen and communicated I in the held ever since the convention and a generous man, he with by fcigr.!.la. was called and recently the democrats did many acts of charity and kindness, Beans to tho Tun tho SJIAM, It has tic .r hitherto been found pot bottle). TllET AUG Kixn (lOllttleCONVENIENT. nominated It. H. Crooke. Now the re- which the more ostentatious'would have TUB JIOST f3imfltft1olo or nil At(e. have put forth their candidate paraded for popular approval nnd praise. rihle to make n drilling machine which publicans elhcrHlzc, U.lc per Holtlc. in the person of Hrutus J. Clay and the A good man, a clever man and a useful would dr.ll Ftpinre. hexagonal, oblong Price of and octagonal hole in metal, but uch ; ' result is somewhat mixed, with chances man has fallen and the entire town tool has been devised, and its .ippear-anc- ImlWwl 11 rt.ot.. largely in favor of the democratic en- feels and regrets his loss. before the public is pronnst-- at m J.r.SMITHftCOrUUoffitLCCEANB'ST.lODIS MO. try. PI l HOT . The remains wero met at Junction distant date. Mr. C. C. Uivens has bold half of the City Sunday by a large delegation of An immense skate was recently capt-- . Owensboro Iuquirer to 15. F. Cayman, friendd and yesterday after ltev. George nred near Victoria, 13. C. Itt dimen , of Winchester, 0., for ifl.000 and they Hunt had spoken a short and approprisions were as follows: From tip of snout will run it jointly. Mr. C.ayman hits ate discourse at his residence, were tak- to tip of tail, (t feot inches: across the been editor of a staunch democratic pa- en to Lancaster and consigned to tho body, 4 feet 11 inches: depth of flesh, CONSUMPTION I COUGH en COLD per for years and comes to Kentucky dust, followed by a long nnd sorrowing indies, it wiis estimated to weigh 1G0 highly recommended as u journalist and cortege. Tho sympathy of thousands of pounus. BRONCHITIS Throat Affection I hearts is with the sorrowing widow and a gentleman. Wasting of Flo-- h Pilgrimages to Rome add goodly sums SCROFULA grief, but Ho to the papal exchequer. children in their terrible Since Feb. Or any VUr ne tvhrrf thn Throat anil Lung Gen. Harms, who has just relumed alone can give comfort now. God grant the Frtnch pilgrimage took I'S.UOO, are Iiifluinnl, l.uck of titreimth or Sen from a speaking tout in the mountains, that they may look to Hint and obtain Italian ones iMO.UOl), the Amen-- ' J'oit'tr, tuii can be rrlirml ami Currtl by (aya that a few of Adams's friends will the grace to feel that "thu Lord gave urn i'l'J.OCO, the Austrian 4.130, and the vote for Tinsley, but not enough to and tho Lord has taken away, blessed be OMiiutu 3,000. Ho is make it of much consequence. name of the Lord." the satisfied that Longmoor will bo elected JaamesCaiitkk authorizes us to say The death of Mrs. Mamie Tucker by the" usual majority. that he will give So00 for the arrest and Carter, wife of Honey Carter, w Inch occonviction of the senmp who tired his Bankrupt Bill passed the curred at the home of her parents, Mr. TmsTorrev OF House 117 to 81. The entire Kentucky and Mrs. J. II. Tucker, last week, after LIVER PURE of nine weeks, was a peculiardelegation voted agaiuu it and it must an illness A sample of Australian millet 'J feet j With Hypophosphltes. ly sad one. A bride of some 10 months, tall with heads 17 inches long was left be a pretty tough bill if Brer. Finley can with tho promise of a happy and useful at olir 0fnce yesterday by K. D. Caldwell, PALATABLE AS MILK. not vtite for it. life and doted on by a fond mother, it grown by him. It is said to bo a splenAtk for SeotV EmuUton ami Irt no or lolieitattan induce yuu to Mn. Blvine is out again in a red hot seems especially hard that alio should did variety. aecrjit it $ul'Htute. e letter to Senator be taken, but He knoweth what is best reciprocity Sold by till Druyglnls, Miss Joe Knoi.kman has returned from Fry, which has given the McKinleyites and He alone can heal the bruised and COTT BOWNE.Chemltts, N.Y. broken hearts. Miss Mamie was born Green Briar Springs. another attack of the blind staggers. Mayor B lrnside was born in Garrard n where the family has been ' Main Street, Stanford, Ky, nn.l hiidilv resnected for more than a hundred vears, March oth, 1J5, and until after the war he spent most of his time there.. He was the eldest of 1'--' i children, 10 of whom are still living. At -a verv earlv age he was married to Miss Mil ol iim(if twM who died shortly after giving iwn. ?&)& EltaDoty. STiiSStK! it ip ijwiwims . t ,ox birth M a little girl, who a so died after a fmn V n the r vmlMltl. t me of grief. btrat th mill or cUlivcr, icMHtpurchawri (,ivr " ' e vears ago short existence, flinty-onmaywwjD.KY , , mc a trial. Col. McOakty is enjoying Hock Castle -- 41-A. II. RAH TIN. marriage altar .'"" Springs and writes entertainingly to the this summer he led to the th.,ir nrnwhetl the Intbkior JouRNALfor pub- nnn..r n.l union MiM u , . Mention Jessamine Journal of the delights of that . and this is the way his moved a tnot nanny out. in lact charming retort, y, relit-tnmri I , . j Doiikisu, of Laurel, feels called upon to issue :u address to the Union soldiers of Kentucky to remancent the "discrimination uniformly behalf of Confederate and ifested in nt;ainst Federal soldiers," by voting for Jndjre Tinsley, without regard to their political atliliiitions. " I'hey owe it to themselves," vociferates the judge, "and to the principles for which they fought and for which thousands of their comrades died,.to rebuke the party in power for nominating an ex Confederate on account of the services he rendered in the effort to destroy the country." Wo to, judge, you cannot work t hat kind of a racket on sensible men and good democrats. We confess that your man is of "learning, ability and otiicien-cy,- " but he is no better, if as well, qualified for the oilice than Woodford W. Longmoo", who is a model clerk and one of nature's noblemen. Wounded neaily to death and crippled almost past locomotion, Mr. Longmoor has fought the battle of life like a hero and has uttered no complaint, although forced to contribute to the pensions of those he opposed in war. Surely no true soldier, certainly nn iiMiiinirntie soldier, can refuse to give him a cordial support. Ji'iim: winning manners became a general favorite with teachers, pupils and everyone with whom she came in contact. This atiectiou was shown in the very large attendance at the funeral exercises, which were conducted by Kev. T. J. Godbey, at the Methodist church here, and many an eye was bedimmed with tears at the thought that Mamie was no more. She was perfectly resigned to death and only wished to live to see the promises of those dear to her fulfilled. Her sullerings were borne with tine christian fortitude and no murmur escaped her lips. A sweet spirit has gone to find its home with the angels to watch and wait for the coming of her loved ones. May God comfort theirheartnand unite husband and wife, paieut nnd child again into the happy family above, where sickness, sorrow and partings are no more. TALK OF THE TOWN The topic among all classes daring' the past week has been the groat sale y at THE We LOUISVILLE STORE . propiised a feast of bargains, and oar hearts were made glad with the appricciation which oar patrons showed in swelling oar sales fat beyond oar exvecta lions. A saccessal Clothing, Dry Good's, Shoes, JIats, Trnnfts, Carpet and J fatting basin ess is a constant succession of successes. Jt is a continual "moving oat" of one season's goods to "make oom" for the goods of the coming season. The successful house doesn't have much to move in order to make room for the goods that are coming in. pos-sea-s- Resolutions of Respect. At a called meeting of the city cmncil of Stanford, held at the ollice of W. K. Vamon, the following resolutions were presented and adopted: 1. That this council has heard with regret of the death of Hon. K. II. Burn- - 7.1 bhu, the mayor o. vw event -- I" view of thisnmcbplored ' council enters upon it journal an the on o the loss it has sustained. Mayor Warn, do was a salons and elhcient 7v r, ho labored intelligent y and co liscientiously for the good of the people In his adniin- nwhom he represent"-!- . t ration of a public t rust he wasconserva-counttive.and faithful. In his private tions he was ever kind and obliging. ' Tenacious in his friendship and tolerant toward those who entertained opinions uiiiereni irom ins own, hi- .,-.,- "... t many. re..ivcw it.. 4?n. . rn nil! lata rtt ti i , iwnevalnnt gentleman anu a woru. in ' POPULAR BUSINESS METHODS rn. I ' , Courteous aitrniion to customers, commendable goods and Loir Prices are great movers" in. our business, and they make a clean sweep of the goods their season. The growing volume of business of the really prosperous house may require occasioned enlargement. But when we do enlarge, spread, or grow taller, we wont have a lot of unsalable stuffs to worli off, for we don't keep them. J'ow, the Summer is going out at one door and Autumn coming in at another, and the light Summer things are near the door and have no string tied to them, and they will go ut Wonderful Bargains. Nothing viruses us better than to have people compare our goods and, prices, our inducements and. bargains, with those offered, elsewhere. 31. i SAIJXGEK, 'n.hi ITEW SAW ' ,,-,.,UCK , iy MILL. a. ttVfi&fit ', .,.,, n "'v n.. , ; "" i.!.. ,,, i A- . I I 1 I- l i I J V V ... -- LP -- A - m 1 --- fl M C.J mJJWJI v - - - llany, lefers to the letter: FAHM FOR SAHE jS-j- Wc Have - i , 5 eJUST RECEIVEDOur First Shipment of - i.i, ' ' ; J Piiievillc, Kentucky. loi-y- t, j j r 1 I Central University FALL - CLOTHING, In Medium and Heavy Weights, and - ct Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Stvles and Colors. ' d $10,-00- sore-heade- for-wa:- Tuffs Pi is Everywhere. STAGG & McROBERTS. ct Is for I s BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF f j three-cornere- d GINGHAM, OUTING FLANNELS, warm-hearte- d, BILE BEANS Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &C, Is more complete than any time thi3 season. -- e d SI liBiB If You Have i SEVERANCE & SON. 1 1 the-vario- SCOTT'S COD HIGGINS Hard-war- , OTKINNEY . I EMIJLSSGN Are headquarters for store-hous- e. OIL Grooories, Stoves, Salt,lime, Hows ! dfco. - Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no Plows ! I Plows free-trad- plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. do good work, or no sal Kvery plow warranted to Ask your neighbor. fo il M jwni-fc- i Sfowriiy ir'-- ? r,y",(i,K'!' appin'' y 'v WK?rN?s''' v ' . Y i V etc, main until the examining trial Friday A iiKAirriri'i. lino of Chamber Toa sets and Glassware just received at nxt. Mesrx. Hill A. McIIoberts, W. G. Welch and W. O. Uradley have been reA. A. Warren's Model Grocery. Oi.i Aunt IMiiotio Helm, a servant of tained to defend him. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1800. STANFORD, KY , Ku.i.HD His Mihtkkss. Green Lay, a Jfl.Yl!!. 1830 ''Old Unrlo Tommy" Helm, died yetter It wa reported at Ijinratrr yeMerdpy 31. A. M., tiny. woithlets character, fell out with ins that Denny iV Urnnston, of Lexingtoi , woman, Polkio Colter, at Junction Citv Hue.ManQKer J. .1. Hoithi. ulves notice that ho will Friday niirht and shot her to death. He and Jacobs A- Harding, of Danville, had Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent apply for lirento to soil liquors at tho immediately tool: to his heels and is still been engaged to prosecute. Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send MEANS BUSINESS. Hamilton House, Upper to .viand, next at larue. The sherih" was hunting for for Catalogue. A buck duck, giving Ids name as John court dav. 1 him Sunday when we were down there, b in and claiming Lexington as his home, your accounts. I mean you. A. I. IVnhy. WiNTKii. A lady of six years' experi- but the knobs furnished a refuge thut w.is lodge! in jail Friday night by Judge A I5IG OF Watches and jewelry repaired and ence desires a position in a school to couldn't bo disturbed. Hotlt murdered Sielton on the charge of playing tlie shell warranted. A. It. Penny. and .1 card monte games at Howland. teach KugiNIi and Latin luimuages. Best and murderer are white. TiiKbcst lnce to buy drug?, patent Ho opened out on the platform as soon Garmedicines and toilet artides is at A. It. of references. Addr"s "M," this olllce. A.NOTiiKit Lancastkh Kili.ino. ai he arrived on the K. C, and was l'ennv's. SiiBittrp Nkwm.nd took Will Dunn to land Leavell shot and killed Jim Lewis, having a picnic when the Judge put a Iltiv your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and hchool supplies of all tho Asylum Friday. The .t tiling he another negro, in Uincaster Sunday. For stop to his fun. He was lined 20; $10 klnds'from A. H. IVnnv. said to us lie fore netting on the train was some time Lewis had been on intimate of which lie paid down, but the other "I won't stay in that plaeo three days." terms with Leavell's wife and a bad feel- ten he claimed his dbI would come and PERSONAL POINTS." He has succeeded in escaping from asy- ing lias consequently existed. Lewis settle. Johnson still languUhds in jail was passing bylLeavell's house and saw Miss I.n Hatiiieh is very ill of fever. lums several times. .Tcpoit Vaiixon expected to spend this tho latter whippingone of hislLeaveli'B) Mlts .It'll I'kitun in with Mrs. A shout visit to "Green lirur Springs" childieii and immediately went up and week on the stump, but was attacked gave us oceular evidence of tho wonder- told him to quit. A few words pased, with cholera morbus and at present can Miss Mattii: IIohi.kv lias been tho guest ful rapidity with which Mr. D.G. Simili- when Lewis left, saying lie would return not leave town. His friends must not of Miss llcmie Lytic. ter can accomplish anything he puts ins iua few minutes and settle things. Leay-el- l let his cause Miller, but see that he is Miss Xannii: Mahiw is visiting in hands to. Four large building, two stogot li is gun and awaited his return not made the victim of a petty spite. If during the Fair. ries high, ami numerous cottages greet and as Lewis appeared he shot him in there is a republican in the tleld his loft yobturduy to Miss Makv you just after n aching the summit of the faco, literally tearing it to pieces. party is keeping mighty quiet, but that visit friends in Harrodsburg. thu lull beyond Dix ltivcr, all filled with news says the man is not dead, is the way they work. Don't be deceivof D.inville, spent .SunI.ui: Di'SiM', a happy crowd, ready to enjoy tho nu- but will die. ed by this. They may have a candidate day with his relative, Miss Louisa Hiiley. merous diversions always at their comand while we are sure he could not deMiw. Katb Dcddeuau and Stella Iihvu Killed I.ssmxtly. One man hurled feat Judge Varnon, it is safest for every mand. It is a daisy place and no misgone to llirmingtou, Ala., for a week's My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry arc now on exhibition. The take, will1 mure than 7 people already into the presence of liin Maker unpre- democrat to go to the polls and vote for vitit. pared; another in jail with his life blight- him. He sure, therefore, that you go to on hand and arrivals all the time. stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. Piior. J. H. Walton, of Centre College, ed, a wife distracted and children father- the polls next Monday and put one in was liere .Saturday in tho interest of that Wt: have information from Manchoi-te- r less, tell the tale of a fearful tragedy at Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work W A RR ANTED to for him and the entire ticket. institution. that one Napoleon Hays, who was an Lincaster Friday night, when a bullet Fine watch repairing a specialty. Miss Hki.i.i: lkini.vn, of Jessamine, is Adams man in the convention at Louis- from Chah Oiuiiahi) SiMti.Nf.s is enjoying a give satisfaction or money refunded. Dirk Gentry's pistol sped through to .oo Mrs. M. - ltourne, who con- ville when Longtnoor was noinin.Uod, tiio vitals of John Sandifer. season under the splendid From eye tinues nite ill. has been there for a day or two working witnesses of the ten iblo atlair we learn management of Mss Anna McLaughlin. , Ik. J. ti. Mooiik, lormerly of this conn-tv- in the interest of Tinsley, trying to got that Gentry was sitting with X. 11. More than '00 guests are enjoying its is now local editor of tho Inter-Statdemocrats to support him. Our corres- Woodcock and Joe Portmau in front of delight and Chief Clerk D. U. Edmiston .GO TO. News at Jelllco. pondent's opinion of Mr. Hays, who fig- tiio Miller House, conversing in tlie best is not liaviug much of a picnic. The has returned ures as a Mil?. O. 11. Sr. Ci.Ai s school teacher, is that of humor, when Mr. .Sandifer came up fare, as usual, is and pleasures froin l.ouisvilto. Mrs. Fryo came with lie is interested for Judge Tinsley ilium. an entertain-''Yo- u ami said to Gentry rather excitedlv, rule the hours. hernial is now her guunt. cinlly, and his sudden change is due to did it to mo once, but you can't ment for the benetlt of the Lexington Mr. J. It. Mucxt. wifoand family are mctniie ouues. ilu met with very little again." Gentry replied, "That's Children's Homo will be given by the doit visiting Mrs. Mount's parents, Mr. and siiccest). The democrats there are going all right." Sandifer again repeated tho guests, which includes songs, recitations, "MODEL GROCERY" Mm. J. M. .Mr Hubert, .Jr. to stand up for the "old rebel." words when Gentry told him that he reading, violin solos, dances, c. Mis .. hss .Mk. T. is. Faiiiuh, "Hub," who interest did not care to have anything to do with Mattie McAlister is taking A Costly Finn. About It o'clock Friboon on an engineering corps in Missis-tipphim, that it was given up that he was in it and promises all who attend a of Mr. James day night the Is hero on a visit to relatives. tlie sorriest man iu Lancaster, or words rich treat. Stanford people are especial-o- f Miw. A. K. Denny and Miss Itrnnk Carter, on tlie top of Hall's Gap, was that import. Sandifer replied, "You ' lv invited. Admission :.'.' cents; chil-ar(Htens, of Danville, are vlsitiiu: Mrs. J. discovurod to be in tlaiuus. An alarm a liar" and Gentry rejoined, "Vnn don 10. witsraistNl.it once and tiio neighbors I Kltiston. Mt, Sterling Doniocrat. am a u n Mar, wtioroupon Ninuilor .'EW ADVKUTIXKMEXIN Miss LviV ISiialby. one of Stanford's hurried to the scene, but the tlames had struck him in the mouth, and, it is SHid, Indian, is visiting gained such headway it was impossible mott Donular voiiiik throw his hand behind him. In an into suvo anything of consequence. M r. j Mrs. S. W. Hick. Somerset KeKirter. stant Gentry had out his pistol, a self-- 1 Mns. I'll. J. D. Ul.uk Mid Misses Jen- Outer's residence was only a short .,,. i... :. .... ....:.... .....i .:.!.... RBPOUT OF THE CONDITION oli'aitd tho elfortsof the crowd were or nie and Maty Shorn ur, of Madison, hno the ball entered Sandifer's left side, just been tho guetiis of Mte. Dr. J.G. Cflrpon- - directed to saving it. It was kept del- bolow the heart, cutting the main artery THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, uged with water, but oven tliHiiitcnugbt ter. AT STANtORI), from it and passing through his body (J. W. Faim.n, of Hue Hill, was fire several times, fortunately, however, Mu. lodged under the skin on the right side. In the State of Kentucky, at the ilo.e of buint-Julhero wstorday. Ho tolls us that ho has without doing .1 great dual of damage, The wounded man threw his hands to his ' Having secured the services of it, 1(90. tho lots includ tut- Texas fevor and will likely remove Hosidos tlie gurgled "You have k ," and fall RESOURCES. ed a good lot of family groom leg, :,000 heart, t thai State. 3174! (j who' pounds of bacon, a wagon load of Hour ing forward died almost instantly. Gen- I.n and ditcounl. Miw. Ci.Aim.Nt 8 Gno, of Texas, 4,530 21 try gave himself up at once and was hur- tWcrdrafta, accuted and unMCurnl I am now fully prepared to do $0,00000 is slaving at Crab Orchard Sprints, spent and meal, put iu tho afternoon before, ried to jail, followed by an excited crowd, t' S. Iloadt to ecuie circulatiii . .. Stwc'K.tecuriliCT.judKincnti, claim, tic. 27,(91 00 liHr Col. W. G.'i 10 barrels of brandy, :t of whisky ami :5 agcat. .. 4.i;c yo of wine. There was also ?)0 in tlie one or two oi wliom threatened suninia- Iu friHB appriwcd Wel h, and other relatives. vengeance Itoth men were addicted to Iue trn othw National Hank. 3.W5 oil ami that too is gone. It is sup- rv Mkh. 1I.C. Wau.uk and her pretty drawer card plaving and it is supposed that the Uuc imm Sw,e ""k ,M,d first robbed and S,0OO DO tixtur.w daughter, Miss llirdle, of Missouri, who posed that the grow over a game of some kind. ' KleUle. furniture dand , Halt.,w ' then tired, after cod oil had been thrown trouble 7l f AND jl bae been visiting at Mr. James I'. it sam wiai mo men nau nun Premium on U. S. llond. j.oco oc other .' on it, a suspicious can with a remnant of ii is aiso lev s, have gono to Verwilllcstosoo words prior to thu llnal meeting, Check aad other caih ileitis 37. 99 , oil in it indicating it- - The front door ome relatives. Kxihanyes for clearinc-bomon the same evening. lock also showed that it had been It. IN oi other Hants $0 00 Mk. John W. Coklkv, tho Sandifer's home is in close proximity Fractional paper currtnMjr, ttkktH aad strong suspicions of ed. Mr. Cart.-rhahas moved his futility, All work warranted and promptly done. to tlie jail and his body was nt once taktag ci ing of his wife and daughter, MissSnllie, tlie identity of the cnundrels, but he is S'-l,Oo( to Within a en thither. The grief of the striken Legal Uadtr notu to this place and are at present locatid laying low for developments. ...... wife gave vent in shrieks ami moans, a few mouths he has had two good iiors- KcdeapitoB fund with US. Treasurer at the I'ortiiian House. which could lie plainly heard by the tlo S ixTitU. efchcu IUcoiiman took tlie prom- - es and a cow poisoned hv sneaking Mns. Smith man who had taken his life and which at Ijineastor for the best plate of mles, who seem determined to break made the long and solitary hours of th" 'lotal 544$,6j a beaten biscuit and Mrs. W. II. Whentt bim up. Mr. Carter has many friends awful night more terrible to him. It MAIilMTIIS. . $c,cno oo the certificate. Mrs. Took Hubble got all over the county and he can depend was simply torture, for Dick Gentry is Capital stock (Mid m en ,5 Surplus fund .... the pieinium for the- best looking boy on them to assist him in bringing to deepUmMvidul profits 4.33 19 tico the creatines who are waging such a possessed of a tender heart and as ly regretted his act as anybody could. National Dank Notes utantHat; 4.o on Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Mk. Jambs C. Hktavt, one of tlieclev-- cowardly war on him. His loss by the He no doubt wishes now he had Individual dipons sub(it to checV .... ot,io 13 that 400 to crest men that ever left Lincoln county, tiro is estimated at SS.OOO, with no insur- never had a pWtol, so that the sudden ItoroAFid certificates of ilopoUt... Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Tttat" certificate ol deposit t.ioo to MtUtld II few IlllCe. m r.v..r from impulse to use one could have been Due Ih other National Ikutfc .. Jewelry and Silverware. days at Crab Orchard Springs and recti 5 3S9 o Hov 1'. W. HvitniN, attorney gener- - checked by its absence. Ilovs, take a Due to State K.tiiVs ami hankers long and close conlino-men- t at. addresitsl pvrvte, after a 12 c)i 9 the democracv of Liu- - warning from this and eschew the silh, Notes and lulls rcUitccmuted., .. to his drug store, which ho is uink-ni- ' coin at tlie Saturday morn-- i not to say cowardly habit of carrying a lotal JS,SO a6 tho handsomest in Lexington. ing. in Ids usual forcible manner. As deadly weapon. STATF OF KENTUCKV, Tho Best Railroad ( -County of Lincoln, a A reporter of this paper called on Cmn he was compelled to leave on the noon o CITY AND VICINITY. I, J'vha J. McRobt'rts, cashier of abort named train ho was unable to speak as long as try iu tho jail the day nfter the shooting. rUab, do solentaly swtMr thai that tho abntro state--5 " lm dosiriKl. He showed that the govern ? know edge and be I. k cm am and strawberry sets at When he niado substantially the follow ment it true tothtt bust JofMckoUERTS Cashier 9r V. Iwf. JOHN Myers. "Sandifer and myself Subscribed antiswurn to before me th; uh day per set. ment of this country is based upon the ing statement: n n W. M. URIOIIT. principles of democracv, and tiiat the had a lew hot words about a little settle- of July, 1890 3 Correct attef I'm; deiiiocraty ol Garrnrd is wid constitution is hut the embodiment of ment, when I, seeing lie was drinking, r M J S. HotiKER. awake and conlhlent of success. Director T. J. FOMKI, tiio teachings of its founders. The the- - told him to gi away, that I wanted no v. W (J. W BLCH, It is settling timu and I want what ory of the government is uiuiucbtionably trouble. Ho continued to say I had REPORT OF THE COXDITION yiii owe mo. Take thistoyourjelf. W. the best that ever existed, and it isbaed wronged him, and when I told him that upon tho single truth that every man is I considered him beneath my notice, or 11. McKoberts, n a sovereign and a freeman. Dom l'edro, words to that etlect, ho called me a liar, Lost. On Friday, between the BANK OF HUSTONYILLE r. in his tourthio' the Union several yea is I then called him a d n liar, when he THE NATIONAL on the Lincaoter fc Stanford pike, ago, hired a countryman to convey the struck me in tiio mouth and stepped as AT MUVIONVILI.K, a tan colored Pongee cloak. The finder party from the railroad station to Mam- if to draw a pistol. I then pulled a :5S- - In the State of Kentucky, .tt tlie .loe of busine U y o will bo rewarded by leaving it at the moth Cave. On tho way thev stopped n July li, iS$o calibro Smith & Wesson pistol and shot !5 House. I'ortman U a spring to regalo themselves with him." He showed deep sorrow for the at KKOl'RCr-S- . Watches completely demr.netized in fifteen minutes. II. It. At ciDKNTs. 15.MI Mnllins, an L water ami wine. Thu courtiers pulled deed, but feels that ho has only acted in 106,077 V I.oali and disvounH oil" oil their iiats iu J S WELLS, Ph. Q. Preso. Clk. : X. brakeman, had a linger cut as he knew Overdrafts, secured aiul unsecured-.- ., . 3,e8o 57 B.H. DANKS, Jowoler. reveience while tho his necessary w. .. ... x. Friday emperor drank and some one called the Sandifer usually went prepared for a U n,soo 00 llomls to tuiure circul.Uion while coupling cars at IJowland - ro.6jS 5S night. A brakeman on the Livingston countryman's attention to the fact that fight. His body was examined, howev- Due from approved toervc agents SIANFOKD, Ky Uin Street, ( pp National lliil I4,'i 7 branch of tho K. C, named Hutclter, he had failed to do so. He then did so, er, afterwards, but no weapon was Due from other Renl cMJtc, furniture ami futures I,00 00 fell between a couple of cars in tho yaid and when his turn came, remarked, found. Current cxpeiiics unit taxe paid . " J joo 00 Tho dead man was a son of Judge X. Premiums on U. S. Ilnnds at Richmond Friday and hud one of his Now, gentlemen, pull oil' your hats, I'm . J' 7 hoiuowliiit of suvfrfijin uivbelf." This Saudifer, of Danville, as lino nn oM en- - ChccV.-- . and oilier ciish itttsts legs mashed into a jelly. .U4t OJ j littlu incident, the speaker said, contain- tlemiin as can be found anywhere, and UilUof other IUnk l'raitionat ipur curtciuy, uickuU ami is making the welkin J. T. II ed n volume of democratic doctrine. Ho was a brother of H. U. Sandifer, cashier s7 It'llU bis eloquuncc. In addition to then showed the injustice of n protective of tho I'ovlo National Dank, and of .Ioh. spen ring with 6,o oa ISStSSSKINSSItl tlie appointments given in our last, lml tnritfnnd how it robbed u freeman of his 1'. Sandifer, president of n Middlesboro j "t'or " A Suro Curo for ntl Ditenaos in asks us to announce that ho will speak rights. The infamous Force bill was bank, who stand very highly iu the es-" " rfj in llustonvillo next Saturday at 1 o'clock next discussed, and shown to bo more timation of everybody. Unfortunately nucfroin u..s. Treasurer other 'haus andatMilledgovillotho same afternoon tyrannical than any of tlie p. com. resiewtptiitn fund 50000 dinueful John Sandifer could not resist the desire lit.!. Ho also hopes to have the pres- legislation in the days of reconstruction, to camblo and this has jiiven his family! "iljTe , ence of his opponent. i.tAiiiiVmiiS. Since 1S70, at every presidential olecti on much trouble. He is spoken of, howev-- 1 A wife ' cv,i.u kkI; paid m o 3 . a largo majority of the popular vote has er, as a clever and kind man. aayeasnaHUBaVI sr TiiKliiiinutl Fair was a glorious Arlsius from Impurltiez of the Blood, and 1000.. been rust for the democracv. vet the n- -. and three children are left to mourn his Surplua fund of stock was from Functional Derangements. The exhibition " !."d'vi'i't1, pTfl line and the niray of feminine publicans have the presidency and both lobs. 10, 01 otUilin- J. Diehard Gentry is tho youngest son of t,dlviaMidpiu.HiJct t check JO beauty a joy forewr. The people open- Houses of Conres, and this is but an 2 A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN - ..,jtikSaTEx-faperpetuate their lease of power, the late Ilobeit K. Gentry, nuu besides. Due toother National Uanks, 4,068 67 Houses and iiave of their store efiort to ed their J7f-n- i " PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. to the visitois and Old Kentucky hospi The speaker made it very plain that; ' bis uambling propensity had no bad ' 'I oul .4i7.i9 ! . C. Il.Mley, t.ener.tl .MeMtamiise lavish prodicali the preservation of the government and habits that we ever heard of. Ho is u Tnrnersville; For sale lv A. R, Penny, Drungist. Suulord, tality whs dispensed in STATU or KKNTLCKY, V I. McCaity, Druggist, KincsviUe: C C cch.V In Wayiiesburg; ' N Nil J ne, Mt S.uem, boy, County if Lincoln. verv gentlemanly, tthu. elller, Drueist, ty. There must have been 1,000 people' our liberties arc dependent upon the W tt M Pherson, Kovvland; J K Uouten, Druist, MilledKevillc r . .. of success 01 tue tiemoeratic party, who never had a previous trouuio 01 con- - t Kdw.trd Alcorn, president the the ilvove named Crun ()r hard W 11 CumminK. fieneral Merchandise, Preachersville, J A Williams, ubove titer Saturday, yet none went away uai iiemetit Mc Kinney C II riaVer, General Merchandise. Highland. H.uik, do solemnly swetir th.it to tho Bhort notice tho crowd was sequence. His aged mother and family . true to thebest cf my knnwltHlce and belief . " " hunury and there was apparently a sulli-- Owing KI)VARD AI.COHN, number of baskets full taken up smaller than it would have been, but all are terribly grief Btricken over his act, SulKCriU'dand sworn to before mc this l'ret. ient astli day present felt better after listening to the j but are sure he would not have shot un (ofljuly, 1S90. r l. J. W. IIUtKEK after the feast to have fed as many more. tirteet attest. utterances of the stalwart tiemoeratic, less he felt it was necessary to save his I Our Garrard friends know how to do T. J. Robinson, f W Hook Directors they do them about as who is ever ready to give evidence to own life. these things and f. UWD. ii..i.. Write AUOKN, J jail, where ho will re- is in him. Gentry is still in handsomely as any people under the sun. the faith that Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal lluv wire screens for doors and dows of Pino ife Menefce. win- StanfopclFemale College IirnilAKIS, LINE ' J. President. u.o.wauton, - 1 CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also V'' la-- m A Lot of New Glassware, Something Entirely New. liar-rodsbu- rg Aia-oit.- AM READY FOR BUSINESS. I icr I- pro-poro- us ROBT. FEKTZEI.. e i one-liors- e j tlrst-clas- To-nig- A. A. W ARKKSN'S Fruit Jars Jolly Glasses, Scaling Wax, Etc. j at i. Mtorc-hons- u e ! i i For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, i dis-tatic- i...... i 3STQTICE3. y - store-house- ., . j MR. THOS. DilDCTOIvr, OF CHXC&GO, , ' r..u-'.lnv- luii-l..- I i rr e . lion-ewi- is - ! 1 a till' I .,,.. "' ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK ZFXZCsTE lEIsTCr-IR- .d well-know- n open-drumme- r, con-us- t- j j i s .AvrisraPENNY. r A. R. one-bu- n j .. V DRUCS and JEWELRY MAMCPiDF,r Watch. I . . 1 j M . 7.3-- J ! court-hous- e, - TATM9 c S- -- -- . I I' I i -- 1 toll-gat- n self-defens- e McBOBEBTS, Court-House- , 1 11 DR. ELLHOTT'S -ti M .- I. j ' 1 - -- - " ej)igated Food, 3amassss - HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs hiu-fe- es. -- unit-Mial- ly , , N .... 1 1. warm-hearte- d ..... .." I ) Drug-gist- 11 ( .N l- ' BRYANT & STRATTON Business CriMEr fiiLOVlSViLLE, KY, N .t- - VifJar-- i SMsssezaEZsasxi 0h-.AS SHE WAS PICTURED. S M pfr&iisiipi -- "" y Semi-Weekly InteriorJournul In nil the old pictures is lonp ami slen - . Tht attention of our rendeis is invited ..... " Published Every TuoBdny and Friday THE WOMAN OF YESTERDAY CORRECTLY REPRESENTED r $2 J?JCU YJCVlt.iy ADVANCK $3.50 will be charged.- - not so paid outrM't VYotiiioi Itnnn lloturrn Her nml the oT K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a. m , returnliif tlir Illustration I'rrsent. Our Own Day by Menus of of the Putt nmt the Train leaves Uowland at it .:to n. m .'('opyrl?1" It' American Press Association. L.&N. Hail train going Express train" Local Freight LOCAL TIME CARC. 11 5 am North. '. 1 t6pm South 1150 pm ....... South.. 317am North. ,..'.".... 630am North S.1Pm soutit passengers. The latter trams also carry Solar The above i calculated on standard time time is about o minute faster 4 V2s SSei93TCtt V?&2iViiVV f&453iS' m nww i james Is a Candnl.it the 8lh Htstr.i racy r 11. Mccreary Colitfre-- s in ilvcU to tliewill rt cieitittll t ut the Democ- - this, W'&mi: 'MWZnT??Yk . S v KICIIAKU Is a C. WAKKEN Ken-tuck- il'jeci to the will of the Democratic fir Auditor of the State or y patty MISS KATE BOGLE Is a Candidate Meudav m August next for Common to Hie orhte of Su. Schools. fctect.on first MMin OKACErTt. ATTiTCDK. Frotn Qodej's Lady's Boot. Reproduced by ivrmlvslon or the publisher. Did tho people c.f forty years ago realA tier, and often, with the head, siurzeats nothing so much as a crook squash The young woman pictured as the modem idea is au ontirely different being. She holds up her head in an independent way, throws out her chest, walks erectly and firmly and looks, as she, is, quite ablo to take care of herself. The woman of forty years ago would have thought her a very unladylike, improper iktsoii. And she would find it quito impiMsiblo to live tho kind of life that woman did. Sho has on her yachting suit now, but sho has just the same good health, good spirits and independent manner, whatever tho costume she dons and whether you find her in New York or in any mo of five hundred cities and towns all over this country. Perhaps the must astonishing point of development between this young woman and the woman of. the books is the shoulders. Hera are broad and squaro and look solid and of some use. And those of the other woman did ever n woman who wasn't n I cannot freak have such shonldei-shelp believing that thore is a little more imagination than reality in tho pictures of those vinegar cruet shoulders. They appear to represent an ideal which the women of the time strove to live up to as nearly as they could. She who citmc the nearest to it was considered, in thut mid-centur- Salo---Brtc- k Rcsidonco Intkiuok Jorux.i.,one of the leading pa For afInMhulitnoM live, v.est Minn street, nnt the pers of the Mate. The condition of m huiiiiis ll ik kn u utliif l) slev UI.v fairs existing in Wyoming, where wo- siteC.'iiriS.iuaie.Slinforil men are allowed to vote, is not overdrawn, as they are authenticated by Judge Mike Saulley, formerly of Lincoln county, now Tinted States Judge of I am well prcpareil t lire i 'N and mil i! tlie Wyoming. Judge Sautley bus in the work in a ifoml wanner 3Ht piomptlv past year or two written several letters At One Dollar a Foot. Call i or address uip at Stanliiri1, kenlutkt. to the Intkiuok JoriiNAi. on the results L. 1 SMI UK Mil of woman's sullrjtge in Wyoming, and the pictures he drew from actual obserCOHMERCLHL HOTEL vation were sutUeient to disgust any News. one. Klixabethtown J. U u KNS. M.tuar, I ,,,...,. b, , , n ie ! the c. tol ..., of cheap. 1 hear. UinXTtT T? A inch lllcyile, lll sell it IjLKj I Vljlinssall atcutil Will Addtess Itov i. Crab D'charH K) ll()Ur k. jarGX.JL BOEING, 94iAtiimiio Itrf'Iv-jri- l j) Cfi&&4&l$f'w "pN 3W.K?a! sa pi7w.iiiTwaataa MIIE6 . .! m J MILEi W B J IBr J JlTOil!i'iH t I went) n.i es Hie slio'tfit WE ! U(2VCCVA'ATa(Q Making St I y jiic-ttu- e Heie is Mrs. Fntnk Leslie's opinion of the Mnrquis de l.ucville expresswl to a New York reporter upon heranival from London: "He is a well, an idiot. While iii London I saw the announcement in the papeia that I was to be mat lied to him whether 1 would or not. It was somewhat embarrassing, more puiticu-larlso as I could not (jot anywhere without finding the faithful Marquis dancing attendance at my carriage door. He even went so far as to taki out a marriage- license for me. 1'itdly, he is a most obliging fellow." y Harrodsburg, t ui l Kentucky. thit popular htiltl Um nu rr in rcr m i pjuitfil tr . ifiij rm tl .it"' anJ tQt It irfitl " nr lue nJ mu mi it in hi' t rrpr li i" mIim1 p ti li top tl ihr M, t nu f!t u '. h a iKen l t ! 1 Irtioii, Michiran ii. Indianapolis Ctefland. and the 1'oiMt. liirt coinn tin in pHtfor Canat'a. Central I' 1110 I: Chicago. rr-- ( Ncv Vork, W t Vt, Niv I'ulitu! i u ISoston, I, ilit-n- . A - I h- -t . ti L hoti in th i n r i Ipi4-- J ii.hiUKtun. n It. i N iiiken time li m.ii.1. ti lkt.lIA Shorts. inlike.t line to I'lule Hiltiinorc, II jrro.t.'utrrf. Frankfoit , ,u REMEMBER THE 1 n r?fl I MTilleUir, AVG. 5, 6, 7, S. Tin. I Si lid 1 rain., tars, asaoklnt; isr. ins hra. Pullman Hm.dvir Meepers tlirnugri Hit .ut change via Chilian oga, Hirsaingiiani, M." tan making direct coniwi lion en tome lur Ki ville, A.heville, Lyathburf aad pmau in thr hat-ga- 1 V. II. MILLER - 1 ly think tho women of that time wore neautiful? If they did it only shows M. BROWN hat ieoplo can change their ideas more mickly and radii-allof the RfP.iblu..n party fat Jailer than they can anyIs the nominee ofCaUyt t.nts and uU your suppott at the thing else. That is, of course, if the August eleitiuii mngdzino illustrations and other pictures of the day reflected the popular idea ol Dr. A. S. .1 charming and beautiful woman. I have lately been looking over some SUROEON DENTIST. old magazines of tho middle of this cenMam street, otr V. II. McKoberts' Office on Drugstore, stanieru. tury, and tho conviction was forced upon ine that tho maiden of 1M0 could not walk up Broadway in 1S90 even if R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. hho were dressed in modern .style without creating looks of wonderment and DENTIST. titters of laughter as far as she went H"". Office on Mam street, opposite Porttnan painless which, by the way, if she was really the fragile creature she looked, would not up stairs. Nitrous Oxide lias given for catractinTANyoRDt KRNTutl;Y. be more than a few blocks. is a Candidate to represent i.mcoin coum, Constitutional On culion. A it, -- fik a x J. iWrei.. ' -- rrr r r ivj -- oti A Dajton R II i Ciiicintiiui. the oat) line running Pullman's Perfected Safrtt Ycstihuled Irain, with Chair Parlor, Sleeping cHlI)inins Car erice between CiHciaaati, and Chu c,o anil u the only line run Mine Thraugn niciimrc . nair .nr biiw in Keokuk and Spnnshcld. Ill and Sleeping Car CiaciBMti to .Maikinaw; aad the Tho Finost on Earth Ha-ilr- At Chatiannoga Lharle.t-n- , Tfc r. Ka e I 1 Ku iiri. m M On 1 11 Augu.ta, Hr.iniMiik, Lake City In "i for Atlsnts, Columbus, Mif i. w of Mink. DA I tl, Excursions ou AU Rallronds Eaoh Day. Jpo M Meier, "e. .' I . P. r it. Pr . ulle witavat gen or baggage he only line running t'lilhaan rtouiiiill or I'Ui e Mi. .. runt. a hiisnu, d I'l.uKl h Wi'm.r.-lon- , rhngi lur any liltriis ( with llual.vdte, ila.trf.-i- mln , t r k , ' rs. PRICE, rPCNXCS I """ llaytna. Lima. TiJeOa, Detroit, the Lake Recion. and Canada. or the ohleat ia th State ol The road U one Ohioand the only Itac entena; Clniinaati over mile ol dauSlelraik, Hd from it. post record caa III run a reg Commrni lie M dat Mi) ,. more than aasure its patrons apeeil, comfort and alai in .i(Ou jnd dr.urr It l at the house nl safetv Tit.ktw sale everywhere, and soe that they rvcrv ptfrnr ut vtinf rd wrti ileirr It NiSif u .hh toW'Hir'1 rftMl C , II A-- U . either in or out of Cinrmaati, us il HKI-MHetween Cincinnati, Only Dlroct Ltno Maf7iT'aavi awBJsaaaswuiiian ICE -- ICE. si if r mumb shm and ARKANSAS pomit tn Anni.lon SelmK, iiuu lule llirect mn. oon. made at NKW I PANS willtoul orambti. tian.fer for .lr-i- . Houston, Austin, l.nriie Mctnphi. Shortest and Set ma aad Moatgnmery, k'l l. m f1 i TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 1 he onty- - through line V .. Jack inn and Mtea Shtrserxxt I , making .liieit nmsi li wiihimt immhu. Irati.frr t' r DaIIs. K, rt W m Au.titi Sjn Aaloi.ie. II P and point, in o Indianapolis or Toledo. K A CI. A US 1 MiCORMICK General Passenger and Ticket Agent. K. O. I V r ' . ' fm: ifL u'';l sores, erap ped hands, chilMains, coma and lions aad bomiistpIv cures piles, or no pay ttximr ed. It is ifuarante'ed tn irive perlect satislaetior, par bo. l'n-S fenw ar money ratuaaed Ior wW by A R. Penny. SUtilord. Ky. e lh Bucklen's Arnica Salve bril sale in the orld fr cuts, braises, nicer, salt rheum, feer soies, letter, chapall skit, For Sale in iii ' ! Twcutv lltiilriiuir Lots or, or ite luuii II I t Ku.- - Umi ! 'A'-- knvland DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. vated office recently Office South stile M.i.n .treot, in by.Dr. L 1 HurT.iun. Maniord. Ky. 23, time. J J E MOV E D I wnLTL1 1 I have romoied my ite Female Collet v T'" mX,fl'aT?n .v.. HUGH RKID. rm v -- - ALI-h- N .F M'WOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, RSSL ESTETE RGEETS. Johnsoin City, Tenn. WM.AYRU I: Woilewretn ay to our ntuviis that for years wt ',,r Nw IJ iitc by have bMU lliii I'r Kii'tf fl'rowi QwWy'K I.idy' I.rfe PUN CoasamptloH. Ur King'. St twnniiMiou of tin- - im! k!i-r- a loa's Attisca Salve and Klrcins Hater., and haw particular, the rnont leantiful. Thtxe never handled remedie- - that sell a. well Of that alilartton. jtiven two imire of shoulders are about tht havehenute ut h uaiveralthem every i.me We do and to guamntci not most significant thing I know of in tht atand read) to refund tit purchase oris ifau. rtie follow their u am social evolution of the half century. factory resuiU do their great popularity purm remedies has e 011 They tell mi eloquent story of the chaugt 00 their mants A. K Penny. Irugist that has come about in the general opinA Safo Invostmant ion about women and in the itctUMl capaIaoae whiihis iruarauteed to bnoga you.it.-factor- f cities of tho KX. iulta. or in (o .if failure, tojii-The woman of those days is represeotetl roar purchase prue ca this safe plan return t Ur also aa being timid, frightcneil and cling- buy frn our adve. used dtuggist a t. r. li fur Cnumi ing. When she didn't simper or look King's New toDiscoveryrelief in evcr j- Hr brlnj; teerfully melancholy tho artists appear umJ for any affection of the thi it,'"".' ' ' n iaaminati t to have thought that the most nth as consuinption,whooping mugh asthma, charming expression was a starthtl or n etc It is pleasant aad adorable U ih- ii. pr. Irn! fitly aafe and can alwav. be relwd uKr frightenotl ot.e. partii alarly if it bottler free at A R Penny's drug tore Merit Wins. tiu: omt. wk'vf. i.kit nr.uiNi) i-- ,!,.,"V feip1" TEXAS, ARIZOnA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. I through rates rorr. t counts mar. amUl inlniinaii.in tall nu Agri at Jim. ti n I it Jo Or addrra. MtNK WittJI I Mil I'a.l Agl I inkt(i K C C liAK B (I 1. HlW RI, I'ri.ige t I A 1 ( in. . in I 11 A 1 loutsvitt' ra.ieairtfn,cc3RtT Ieaung " 14 A XKW FAST MAIL both LOUISVILLE & to y CINCINNATI Tutelar., - Dadi, Secures httlol . - n.-x- '" d t . 't, - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ritie.on the Ohso Riser and Chicauo, cc.nii.fr ar.l te, the fiU.t nm am) coasforuhie ttjir.t ' t we... all prdnttin the South, or the l t a. N'.rthw.st. 'the conaierpart of this tram .r trunk liae. u denominated The Usklteel K.press I he .uperb roUiag ssack we easploy give pjt, , Lnlimitetl Cat Sort .,, , bav M.n n. ci M, ,n i I .r atleiapted Ueiveen the great I n,t s IKjssible to put JAS.G. OIYbNS. 1 V YVA 'X HA J AYRES&GiVENS, Attorneys at Law, 'Wr hyper into tin pi ';:. a man to whom she could cling. T!im weie the ivy anil oak days, and th- artiits shiu to have had no idea thut woman conic1 - wf u ir it 327 Fifth St., tot-y- - Louisville, Ky. Huildirff. Viree r FORTY YIURS AGO. From Harper's Mncselnc. Reproduced iniv,lun or the piibliAUttrx.) C. T. SA3STXJXDG3S, ,. i& lr uner and Handler of Harness and Saddle Horses and dealer in Fancy Roadsters. f3 Horses Fllteen and ejr- - old on a xery tiiwneni -- in th. buine ,i ?'' .11 (I.D- WEfLTKERFORD HOTEL. HUTONILLE. f P. W GREEW, - - Proprietor. n il I' ll The illustrations of the day. magazine and other, that are spread abroad nowadays represent very accurately the woman of the present. Making allowance fo'1 the inireaso of skill in illustrating, it is fair to suppose that tho pictures of those days ruflectod nearly as accurately the typo of woman of that time and the popular idea of how a beautiful woman ought to lock. And that idea seems to iiave been a simpering, resigned and taarfnl expression, h net of curls, a crook tit the neck, shunlddnt tont sloped at an angle of Apr It is sutpriwas that people ill use a common M v ordsaarv ps c,"" ? Vl"f t?EB ftthoac for the !aaose money mkCK ntwacnt MU bii .ur. luf mIU are a noet U. soeet. eusily taken l.var troubles They are aad do ant gripe. r or sale by A II Penn. Robert Suckuey. the Urebnrk rider, who traveled with many years, is alKobinson's circus stricken and totally blind most poverty at his home atClrelevHle.Ohio. A Duty to Yoursolf. world-renowne- ttr rtl pu . tr- 411 1 fr '. .tV4l t'l.. ti ilon Im.-i- ) 1. (i,4tif. . ..; (t. patch n K 111 t . wan tr . , tn Pt. .c m.n e at ' . c , . - ant Joss Thompson, In I'l.inn lor tali infouaailna, . 1 I sll n ur addren. W. r . tiiae cards, It i. I i ifl. Kv JA CM iM.T P. IIAKKIK.I. ! h M.KOrtKkTs Agt.Ma. nap., ,, ,', A.I.mii.viII. k.i A.thKagr. 'l t.ir l" OLD ,rt N,r KY. ROUTE ,V Mi.-boli- rt - V ti' ..IP leil Trains .'k I II li Kentucky Central R.R. "HM'K IrHAHS ItOU'PJO. t- PKI?V Iron alhla the ma. consumption, couvrh. etc. IJld rot beat pif' Rean.dJ t llr Acher Sold on 1- .ll inn.- - irouhlea. v. A K posatitc guarantee at i$c and 50c by ca-pl- amt & Sloop Nigbta Ca't thousands utfcriiac of Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, I - ltlle All point. 1 ea n S. utrir... Onl uni it gttl Corrci ted I line C. rJ ft 1 It. Jit I ! trom I I n Tho Shortost and Quickest Route frut Contrnl Kentucky to all points Norf Hast, Wotrt and South-Woal.e.trsjtoe. Fnn Unebotwtsan Lexington and Clue , II. ltX- A Ohlld KUlod Another child killed by the use 01 opiate give rup asosnerami u;h deadly peiwnta surprising lholrcMUrasi the chUd of whast they call rel.r Dr. Acker'. Bahy rossblea 6y eoatalna 00 opium or anrphiae. bom 7 STAIIONS. Dailv Fit reu IFs Sun Pa Sua. V'cs Daily rr'.-tMa- ir Holy Accnea nntl. SCIIKUII.K. IN South rVuad. I KHrrT i Si n M-- KY. THE OIBJ. WEV FWJsT. by poraats- (JrVon Barpor'a Uiznr. eion of th imlsftsiima., Usiaraate mm i HJ .i ' .ig r, .r, Uj jo icf.tttd .mi i.K!t-- ..larhcd re iinUe ind re Hie Ijuo-K.it- i- 4nlB G00J to typified by ny y other vegetable. Bert fat another picturi from one of llw earliest rolnmesof Harpcr'a Mouthly: The araotint of ftctnil dtngt-- ran b inferrod from the caielttat evitreewiou ol tltirhey lxy with tua -t Uangling troUl Uierock ttnd th" k!,U!tW enjoyr e Dr. Ackar s Wood Uuii, tot 11 thi bia fall,t dernoswtrattd .11 the paopse l mumsesmo- for :. uu nw h. to ..!!.. m rn . T rvtnatu to "o.' J"".K blood dlseas It U.T; nooonmg, ukara, gruplioasano op wnoU tyiUa. 0U thoroughly Nl INmny eoufiituUui). A. K. We 0n nd Oo "" ' a" 4 aaoptw ' M l.cxinglcuae " M Winchester R. U. Jitacttoa. Mi Stcrimg )i ,0 10 it o 1 p rfy f" P"j t.i 11 4 ij J am1 -- No F . N i 5 11 n 4 in pa mm T I 43 1 ' l la 4 " Catlettsbur,,. HunUngtiw . Olive Hill ' A. bland . P" v pm. ' . ..T... Cirsciassati Coviaa-to- n. I 1 H H j 30 pes , to P p il 10 I I 10 as: so tr, iSHL-lJ."- !i !S ' r-- -- Lv Arr H'tn.in,t i. Vatlon-'-iillr jU s no io paii u j pm II ui pti ll su urn. ti , 7 .! 5 t Atr Paris Arr l.iviegrMa.. ....... .' .. . I i ... ChstSv-to.- j Arr Wiagfcaetar. Arr Hickakoaid Arr Lancaster Arr SUnford. I ftichaavsid Air II. r. . I 1. Air LKtJaT.... '' it '' II a i p O' 4' I IP I' 1 gl..,.,. e- -l - J ' J .. , I P1I',, " CT. I T-3-. KCIXiO?03-- T 1,1, 1 tl-.- f-- iovs li. 1CH.KY. in- I ment ff Dry vJoo.u, i rs.Hftt, Ots x Hdrr, Q a nitur Line of Crooarlas, General j, Cro Ttoa, e. good etaBg ft ukm Alll l.ituigstxnKy n MK1 ml 1 . 1 , -- I JLiO StN o THE HODS8K iPflA. fiMM Harper's Batssr mh or lae jhiwuiiits-- J ty-iiv- LOUISVILLE AKD NASHVILL1S RAILROAD. The by s a, -- degivea, a coiuinmptivj cheat, pijw stem wuwt and a dnopiiig atHtntle. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Juat compsire this illnatr.iuin Iruni a f&shion plate it you mnt to get an idea To Th. if the havoc forty years have ui'tdi ia t'nft popnlar notion of feminine nml charm. It is from Godey'a Lady'n Book w,th for July, 1M50, and, mucu faghion cuts are not bound to represent particular 011 to embody hkunees, can bo the gonoral conviction of tho time as to Isouisvillc what tonus tho greatest charm in woTo Nashville, Memphis, man and to portray tho general appenr-unc- e of tho woman of tho well to do .ktianta, classes. Montgomery, The second cut is from the first bound Little Rock, volumo of Harper's Monthly and represents the typo of woman who Mobile and New Orleans. smiled and simpered her way thiough Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. all tiie fashion pages of that time. Whether tho drooping nttitudo so Only one th.ngc ti points in adopted was suppon-- to convey the idea of excessive modi sty and the timidity width was then esteemed as woman's darling ornament, or was supEMIGRANTS posed to bu graceful. U beyond the 1800 the line of this Jockiuc homes on Special rates. road will receive intellect. To the modern eyo it gener3Seesent ot this Company for rates, routes ally suggests colic. Possibly tho artists c or write to. of that day meant to express tho idea of A, ATMonE G. ,, & T Ky Louisville, a flower drooping on its stem. Tho neck , Grut e mted Ve4i.tiK r 'r IMTVCSj .rk.rhilndai w; cr.rlt nd riWxns and He it j . p. - t nrrives t " "iatkesm 'l.iK'U Lturf. Whtat wore nxaUy to lx pitied, for oven A no . k ' I' " nii.irii 11 - tm irr rarss n.i ' pnillla Lve iVesiugtea K d r st mill tn .', it in i'n j. if they were not as trriflcd a they I ' il anil Lve Pan ....... outs ...t. Hunitri u, v, looked they had to aoem no. For the JuUlfiit,0 nn r. it ii'v .. , J i rH,.U .. ipt Sua- - tre r'atuiosith ., . r). es L alnictuB at .1. v Stanford it '? n m woman who wasn't tesarful. fritrhtencd An rovinataa. - Woman, .i,.l A AccosaaaadatioSti."it i.lnr-ltt and clinging on the alyjhteU provocation ' tlra Mirv forititii.ta- On 1, U . h re- - jLOtnts. Ricliit. n ', K , nd .lnt. latarsnodiatr Arr C the K. I' L. ',' .i u. tt . es ritns I. ,11 liy arme ' sufvru not a trae woman. At ttaat, tae nn hi U e ia IIH IUIIAII i '.ra ' ,s .btsrt rti't hi.t it itn si martitu do not aeeui to have considered it fatot fim i. . 11 II , Uld III M i i nr ' . . fpit of lircsitii, ainutoa it Co II. , worth while to make pJcroreu of her. t nn-, ftsstit iUi'i ImMIU-' 3j P m . 1. a r It Mi ik r ol lr MilfH' H't III, t x "I am (In theMays. Li t rmt eytsatglii tin f r w 8 no, a m uA No. itutjrme't at'iiiL rl f altriae all mi li' M .) .vil'e at 10 I Ui u jj il.fs. set t sat ifipitni.' Ic .r .Ma).nlle i A K. lVn'.rssilN!. r nn,if nl J t srrntrii a in. Nu ia s. MiUm' KfikisH Ht.il trm4,no Ui tnurMl.jua rrif at l'..ri it uii'iilulfro l&iuiLtf dad) thrf fri;3itn4 Women lumping U hit he b .r ttp reiu.U'kably well. And tut j. p'wr rretni, with flying 1. preawiil in tV that he h vir,l n:,d r.ir uv tne 'oiwidcring i vii'i f;'e. AJSK&J!&'Sftitf' Pen. ; - la Utm Worth UtlBft v .. ,. . Amk. ,bt world Oyaaapaia Tablets are Dr. Ak ; ' " " ' tUft o hvnihtiuig Wa.hniijt.in Haliini.ire PliUai ciphi 11 j 5 nu t, . 1. put s ru" " N nr. " RilIu, O'd ' til.M' tt Norfulk I . V 1. . .... .j , R ' 'I r tboir Al Jiffs . i .i.t-M . r x::3t. ' 1" '1 itrfsit R. 1. I fi H .r,ii !. x i 1 I N Kivnmoatst, ijr-.r- . 7 1 svr hi . . n.3 I (Kri-i- i.n t Hiv - "1 en.J V. I. vi A.r l.vc I 1.. I 10 Su K s- ir on the K Ol Itt' Ct 5 'Sr-- is i( ..vavieg ' 4 Lit t Arr mftti-IJlla- "S 111 ' LvsTr:icKiasjiul.T. I 4 Oil f 1 I .1 t- . . I t- 1 11 . . . 1 . IS. 1 t. a s 4 l ,. sn p m r I l II 5 4 . . 1 1 . 1 ( -- I . 1 1 tt-- r 1 - TX . l ', . . - 1 1 i t I ,1 II, 1 1 . Il I . ki-- r- . I . .1 U I I II. inn . I IS 14 an. h, N t . 11 4 , tc-- -, 4 of HsT . Th n8&vlStjr J" (tffi K SOUTH & WEST lK-iu- ty laWv) WI&& ! Mrtrtt " aiv-- a. i tumni iii N' Mki?U' , 03iiiuv lt' trttmr .n 'i ' rn -- . Frttu Ur V. . ln-- I. t Cad tu ' .iii il ) ln-'- liai m. ' i'ii in I r it Itbry in ateatii t trr m for li i tntt.nshr tin 0' ajr. -- . A. Twia . MiisillnanatattatMiary T COMPANY ' ml a- f 11 N'-- i in In In lis III' A-- Hit 11 III depe-ude- tlf' le .. I trial Norn k 'l A U In)!"'- - unit Ui u ul i.vkii. " -- : 11. ki, asajaai-r- -. r-'"i-e-- y r J553!3g-V32-- -- sJbl "S: C : d Will-U- WOMAN .1. WAS AN IVY. '.m f Iteprodiiced by i.i..i...b. ' ? t&WA t Having used "Mother's Friend," 1 w. uld not It w a boon to wivna win. know be wiih-- ut it they must pass through the twinful ord.ssl ol .hlldbirth. Mrs. C. Meburne. Iowa Tor rue the mrllier llradnrld Regulator C- - , lAll.uita, Oa , Sold by all druggists. particular A Roon to Wives ;lexington.ky.? IK YOU WANT nnii.it Lesington i nve. ,1 it am. cm pt Sunday No I leave Cincinnati 5 prr I'altuo tttl 7 hi ftm . eicet t sutmay No. 7 I, at e. Falmouln 6.10 ant, irtut Cm. n lull 755 am; escrpt Sumlai train Ni.ica No i run. d.nl ttn een I.exir,,-toand Cini.iMaal. No j rum ilm; hetwpeo Cmrinnatl ami l.evingimi No a and 6 waku cuntMrctlons at WiiKheslci lorpoiutaontbeN N ,V M. V Ky I M POUT A. ol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Uniun Passenger SiHtion Cincinnati, making connections fur all points North, Kast and West Through ticket, and bagKage checked 10 any destination roacl ed hy a railroad. For full partictd irt address any agent ol the Co or IV I ML'NStlN, I'rav P.i. gt . Cincinnati. S F. II .MOIiSh, CJcn'l Pas,'g'r Agt. 11 . No No 4,1 emri.t unilav run. daily Imsn s, au.t 1.1 ,is a m, .rr.i . .ve Ma. villi 1 5. P in ' r l.i aiii at ,. P.ti, v Pari- - train. t..t 10 I n NT.-Tra- ins II ARKANSAS& TEXAS. (From Han'r s ...i-..-- Muiriuliie Would the modem young woman in SUCll a situation look and act in that way Not she. lhe chances are that she would 1)0 Challenging her CbCOrt to jumil tho rock. ' ier ' Florence Fincu Kelly. It ian be Kien in a cup of lea or colfee arithout the knowledge of the person takir. it, elTectiug a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient . .. in filrnhnlie wreck. Tnousands of UIUI1..IU. have been cured whu hav taken the Golden Specific in incir cuuee believe Ihev without their knowledge, and biut dnnkmi; nl inetr own freo will. No iiainuu- etlect result Irom its adminisiratlon, Cures guar-nf- f antced. hend for circulir and full particulars. Ad. ., i.j dress in connncnec v"i"n.- ainiriw Race Street. Cincinnati, O. LIQUOR HAB DRUNK ln all tho World thore la but ono euro, Dr. Hainos Golden Specific. ENNESS--THE T-- GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK INE h lll'NI'lNt.TON. t harnher ofComuierre OINKKVI. OFUCES lluildil'g C 1111 olanafrer i,c Prcs't 'aiid'o'tn innati,f) .IL CREAM FLOUR MADE BY y LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, 3m uvgi oraiunu JaAWHOODl .bsfUandNKKVOUa DEBILITY! I IW.akneii nf Btvlv aar. vi.j I AT Il0M Paaaa - Al 1 . l:,..i..ui.M4imouf...:V.r.:"u"u""u?C tr.(lkanUa,lX0gTtUI'ED0KUigPiBT8urlaiir bYimii: FOR MEN ONLY! XJ m 1 IbI at . a. LEXINGTON, KY. iKaVlaWrS HOBg "J''r gVaa III ktlaia. . a..i- - .ri7" ? .