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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892090201 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 1892 $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. Semi-Weeklvol. xx. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1892. NO. 54 ti-- V Tate's Creek Association. Another Letter From Dro. Helm. I'KSACiiKiisviLt.K, Aug. 31. Oiioof tho Interior Journal.) (Ti the Editor ol the Interesting sessions of tho Tato's The enmp ground nt Old Orclinrd is most K. Chnrcli. They Creek ArHOcintion, which is nearly 100 owned by thu M. old, iH being held with thu church have a larijo church with 11 hcUIiik ca- yearH at tills place thin week. The attendance pacity of, 1,'JOO into which wo were drivis unusually large, a goodly number of en once or twice by rain. The main entireties composing the aBsociution tllO slolll' of a hill nmlttnrlum u'ltn fin whore 0,000 being ably represented. The people of like the old amphitheatres l"l vicinity have thrown their doora neat were full at a few Horvlcea. It wan wide open ami the hmpiulity of thin n wonderful sight to seo old men and sit-- . Pi'opfo is refreshing to behold. They women, young men and maidens, way light under eein to be trying in a htisinem-likting beneath tho electric , MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE GOUNTY. Tho only instance of tho ofiico Booking the man that has been witnessed in this Remember Monday is tho day to section sinco Noah sailed on that bound- OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. show your colts. leps body of water somo time ago was in n protestc and imtructors, eight cuuri of study at follows Tho Ladies' Aid Society will give an Scientific tho election of Mr. A. T. Chenault as lllological, Civil Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County ico cream supper at Vo well's store-roomoderator. It is moved, if I can get n appointee ri'ctlvtil free of ti.itlin. Hoard in dormltoriet i per week, in privato (amities $3.50 to $4. Monday night. ror catalogues apply to second, that ho bo the moderator for all JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph D , Pres., Lexington, Ky. ' Circuit court begins Monday with future Bessiona of Tates Creek Aesocia-tio103 cases ou the docket, only 10 of which are new onen. SHELBYVILLE. An P.ngllsh nnd Class- I nm inclined to opinion that not nn lcai ocnooi ior oiris. Annual John Wilmus was here Wednesday. petn Wednesday, Sept. 7th, i8oj. aession individual who is in attendance nt this I'repares for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. It is the first trip cinc6 ho visited many session believes otherwise than that the of tli European countries. Mr. 1). N. Baptists aro making it a point to multiWilliams is on the tick list ' who can entertain the greatest ply nnd replenish tho earth. Tho young lofty mnplo and pine shades, wrapt in f Mr J.J. Williams has bought whntl God for tlireehours at n number each night at their respective crop this season seems to bo above tho is known ns the Willis Adams old place tbo worshinof homes. Mr. W. 11. Anderson and IiIb average and tho little ones aro all musitime when, perhaps, shawls and overfor $3,000. Him Jack Adams, coats had to bo worn to hIiLiM from cool excellent wife have been trying to get cians In their way, though they pay but Jr., will tako ponser-aioi-i next week. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. night sea breezes Yet I heard of no 50 visitors each night, but everybody little attention to the minor chords. Mrs. Dave Thoirpson camo up WedDigressing considerably, I would state Bick by such exposure. Truly ebo is so esger to entertain that they ono made 1892. have not reached that number. Tho that while enjoying the shade of ono of nesday and will take Mrs. Fannie (iod is good to Ismel. Thompson's children to Garrard, where Tho personnel of this convention was of dinners spread ouch day just simply beat tho big trees here, an old gentleman bIio will keep them till Fannie gets bet- Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School leathers Superior counes In Literature, Music and An Excellent hoarding department Catalogues nnd circulars furnished on application. a verv IiIl-I-i order intellectually and loo world, ahk single itulivluual in called my attention to tho fact that it ter. spiritually. Dr. Cullis had done much attendance if a moro bountiful supply was ll years last .Monday night sinco tho Tho first traction engine ever on the in this section beforo tho Aliiunce en was ever seen and tho answer is in the cholera epidemic made itn first appear atreela of Mt. Vernon puffed its way in ance in Stanford and that for some time tered this Held. And now that Dr. O. negative. to this place and into JopMcCall's wheat The business of the association is mov- following that city looked ns deserted to sleep" may tho Alliance has "fallen field Friday Inst. It was attached to continue in a higher degree tho noble ing along in a systematic way and truly aud as lonesomo as a great many family Bower's thresher. K. A. 31., are dwelling together in unity, burying grounds. nt O. O. work he Jefferson McQueen was arrested last A lady and gentleman wore comfortaThero were not many rich, not many or to iihe tin lnngunge ot h good oltl Saturday and brought before Judge Lair D. Di. there. A brother who sometimes "orates" in tho bly seated in a buggy within 15 feet of of earth's reat men or for disturbing public worship. Uo was ltoys prepared for freshman and Sophomore classes in College at few were found, but they soomed rather church meetings at the Stanford Baptist where the lightning struck Tuesday af- permitted to. go alone and boarch for n less than one-fiftexpense of sending to school away from home. that bondsman. Did ho ever of their earthly titles of dis- house of worship, they are "pulling to- ternoon. She informed mo chained return? No; Discipline strict but not severe. Those entering gether while floating down the stream of her watch ntopped simultaneous with are enrolled for five tinction among sisters and brethren has Bought seclusion inn healthier tho stroke and has since refused to move. but months. No deductions except in cases of protracted sickness. moro deeply taught ot God. Tho time." Mr. A.T. Chenault, of Madison, was This Baptist lady is at a loss to kuow part of the State. spirit of love so prevailed that no self again made TERMS (For five months, payable in advance) W. F. Kennedy spent from Sunday moderator and with tears in whether her time-piewas stopped Heeklng, no jarring, no arguing was seen, until Monday with his daughter, Mrs. Primary Department $12 50 though Congregiitionalists, Methodists, his eyes thanked the association for tiie short by the lightning or tliegentleman'B M. C. Williams. C. O. Williams baa pur- Intermediate 17 50 honor bestowed. Hu (ills the position interrogative. Baptists, Presbyterians, Friends, Episcochased of P. J. Hintt a lot in White's Classical 22 50 just about right. So association over Misses Virginia, Dorcas Paltio and palians, to., all wen there, both as addition. Billy Fish was in town Mon The object of bad a butter or more accommodating Mr. Jones Anderson will bo remembered day and reported his workers and listeners. entire family afItav. T. P. Dudley, Jr. with special pleasure by ninny Stanford tho convention was not a summer re clerk thin Tiie association is being mainly held people, and especially by tho writer, for flicted witli sore eyes, and some of them Melons recreation. It was for the salva have been nearly blind several weeks. in the shady woodland of Mr. W. II. scattering seeds of kindness. tion of souls, for deepening spiritual life, A great many of our people attendCummins, a Preachersville merchant, in There were probably S00 or 1,000 peo-p- lo for securing "tho peace of God which ed the London fair and shared in the sight of the church, on account of the DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. on tho grounds Wednesday, many passeth all understanding" In a word, distribution of premiums and honors. of largo crowd, but the main portion of tho from Lancaster, CmbOrchard and towns for securing to believers tho fullnes THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, Friday night a lawn fete was given by business is transacted nt tho latter place contiguous. Christ, in a emil experience by the bapMiss Lucille Joplin, of this With n full courw of study, both F.nijlMi and ('lacteal. While thocourx; ol Instruction Is especially John Pearl to by the delegates, while the majority nre Too much praise can not be accorded the ndapted to prepare youn? iiici lor t'10 Krfsh nan Class, It It intended at the same time to furnish a tism of tho II. S. It means sanctillcu listening to good preaching by eminent ladles of this community. It certainly place, nnd Miss Bessie Adame, of 1'aint liberal Knglili education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, tlon in tho Pdblo sense, I h., the life of Lick. At tho reception the night before at the former place. required hard work and n heap of it to BSoarciinjr A Christ so shed abroad through the life of divines nt the new Catching Hotel Miss Lucilu Among the visitors and delegates from prepare to entertain this big crowd in the believer by the indwelling spirit that Home and under the personal control study Has Stanford I notice Itev. and Mrs. A. V. such royal style. It had not been de- Joplin was considered the handsomest hoursbeen established In the of the I'rmcip it and aoistants and the of the Principal. Regular Chrisunder the supervision restraints and goernment of he can truly renlUe Paul's meaning. "It tian home are comhincd with the Inst educational advantages. Sizemore, Mrs. Sue B.iughmiin, Mr. and cided when I left where this association young lady upon the lloor. Kor further particular in regard to Is God that worketb in you both to will tu.tion, etc , address Capt. W. II. Spradiin was hero SunM. F. Klkin, Mrs. Belay Nevius, would convene in 1SIK5, but wherever it day to see his children. Mr. Win. and to do of His good pleasure. Do all Mrs JAMES B. "WALTON. Principal, Danville, Ky. ' things without mnrmurlngs and disput-ings- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. McAlister, Messrs. meets, tho people will have to rise early and mother have returned to Danthat ye may be blameless and G. 1). Wine, J. C. McCUry, K.B. Woods, and retire late if they beat tho people of ville. Mrs. Lola Brown and Miss Lena Newland aud family, K. P. Woods, this community in taking good caro of a harmless, tho Sons of God without re- T. McCluro aro visiting .Miss Sallie Brown of a crooked and per- Mrs. Joe F. Waters, Mrs. Mattio Nevius, big crowd. J. F. V. buke, in the midst of I'arksville. Misses May Miller aud Mis. B. K. Weareu, Mrs. Anaio Bessie McCluro are with friends in Wilverse nation, among whom ye shino as Mr. and LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. James, Mrs. Jane Barrow, Miss Jennie liamsburg. Capt. Berry, witli Griffith lights in tho world." All this is seen iV bemple, was Hereon eunesuny and Broaddus, Miss.s Menefeo, Mrs. Linda Mark Hardin lias gone to Middles- showed how guns had increased fioui thero to bo possible in the lives of men Hayden, Mr. J. P. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. K. boro to bronml women who in deep humility, as exhibit his phonograph. SLoO to fS under the McKinley bill. Mrs. B. Caldwell, Hev. It. B. Mahony, Mrs. The music by the Loudon cornet M. Belle Buruside writes from her homo ken and empty vessels, causay.with l'aul A It. Penny, Mrs. J. II. McAlister, Miss band at the fair was praised on every in Lancaster tliat she will not return "For I through tho law am timid to tho Susie Lnsley, Mr. J. I. and Mrs W. F side, as it to Mt. Vernon this year, but will go to livr. tlitit I tukdit live unto God. I nm deserved to be. Mouticello, where she has secured a McOlary, Dr. Fowler and wife. The IOiidon base ball kid nino play- much larger music class tuan she had crucified willi Christ, nevorthelesi I Something unusual and never before ed the Pittsburgs Tuesday and tho result here. Miss D. Pence, a little girl living live; yet "ot I. but Christ liveth in mo, witnessed by any one in thu largo crowd was London at G. W. McClure's, is thought to have , Pittsburgs 1. Knd the life which I now live in tho for A storm diphtheria. Mr. Willie Cox is taking in of the Son of present, happened Tuesday. It. M. Jackhon will attend tho flesh I Hvo by the f.iith the Williamsburg fair. came up aud tho people from tho associafair with his horses and WarGod, &c." This holy living is a portaA liichmonU dispatch to tho LouisCiutorla cures Colic, ConstlpAtlon, "Custorla U so well adapted to children that fiour Stomach, Dlnrrhnpa. Eructation, tion in the woods sought Bhelter in the ren Scoville will ville Commercial says that Col. James I recommend ItasBupcriortoanyprescripUon tako his race mules. bility, in fact (iod chose us in Christ Kills Worm, givea sloep, and promotes di- cj lurch and adjacent residences, while Brooks, formerly of this place, but for a known to me." II. A. Archie, M. D., A young lady at tho fair from a disthat uo "should bo holy and without some were 111 buggies. Just across medication. the tance remarked that more young people number of years a resident of Richmond, Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Icestion, And the lilntno before him in love." is under arrest at that placo on some old street from tho church is tho residenco wore glasses hero than at any place accomTub Ckntack Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y failure of tho Christian host to she misdemeanor cases. It says further that of Mr. Will Payne. Whilo the rain was over visited. Brooks waa only recently released by plish more is because the world has pouring down a flash of lightning struck Bey. George 0. Barnes begun his the Kansas City authorities on the charge seen so little of Christ's lllo in us. Tho a tree in Mr. Payne's front yard and Bories of tortuous hero Wednesday night of attempting to defraud Thomas Huls convention teaches, not n sanetifieation of Hicnmono, ot some money. A teleripped it to the ground. Tho crasli of nt tl.. old nature, but .1 vital, Holy and there is no use to ndd that his audi- gram from Kansas City signed W. II. thunder was terrific. Within a dozen ences will bo largo. Ghost union of Christ nnd the believer Johnson announced to Mr. Huls that steps of this tree wore probably .r0 peoYfW Browning k Furnall have 'flaming, his Eon, then in Kansas City had been by an act of faith first, and then a habV. J 4A. A. J mV it is Christ who lows ple and the horse of Mr. J. II. McAlister posters out announcing the fnct that killed, and that the remains would be J J it of faith, bo that shipped homo upon the receipt of a certhrough us. who rejoices in us, who whs hitched right under it. Mr. T. D. they will soli 50 Wyoming horses hero tain amount to defray expeusea. Huls medium and light weight Men's Newland, Mrs. Sue Baughinan and sevSaturday, while Fleece i: Bragg will of- suspected it was a Bchoine to rob him keeps us meek ami sweet under trials eral others who were- in close proximity fer $160 au i expenses to men to sell a nnd refused to send the cash until he and pure in temptations. Oh, it wna .tsattcl 1MB SSaaBBI GBTSBS to tho tree of fate, wore considerably could investigate. Ho telegraphed his horse detacher. liko tho breaking of heavenly day to see but the .strangest of strange Tho Wilson men, tho Colson men boii, who answered that tie was well and hungry, burdened souls come ami seeing stunned, things is. nobody was killed. The horse and tho Adams men are doing moro bus Bafe. Tho police went to work and fin all thu infinite fullness of Christ bo freeally arrested Brooks. His trial came oil' Worth lrom $$ to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from montioned lookod liko lie preferred be- tling here than luu been known in a prifew days ngo nnd there being no evily given, enter into Ills loveand joy and mary election for ninny a day, aud each ing hitched elsewhere, but was not hurt. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. 1.25 to 1.75. peace and fullness, and, like the Kunuch, will hayo a largo following. The prima- dence to prove that ho sent the message, to this ry will be held next Tuesday. he was released. liberty There are hundred of witne-se- a All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and go on their way rejoicing in "tho occurrence. Mr. W. C. Pitman, who has been in wherewith Christ hath mado us free." examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. Why Everybody Is Happy. It lias always been wild, you know, the drug business hero tho past year, It is no privilege of any of God's pot, ttiatthe Methodist is the denomination has accepted a position as traveling salesStasfoui), Aug. HI, lSt)2. To day will but open and ollerod to all. Many nev- that devote their spare lima to devour- man for Grinetead & Tinsloy, grocers, lia known ns the day wo celebrate in er saw it, many know it is theirs; ho in ing chickens This may be so, but if ft Louisville, and his drug store is now for Stanford. The tips of every branch upon He is a hustler. Col. Dan G. the trees seems adorned with llowers. God's gift of "all things in Christ," but is absolutely true that it is confined ox sale. Slaughter was hero Wednesday. Tho birds aro fiinginK more sweetly than and endo not know bow to enter into .Mr. V. It. Catching and family nro nana); the Krass looks fresher and eveiy clusively to them, then the chickens joy their possession. Those whom thn have the thing mixed, for I notice they moving into tho Pearl property. Mr. one's face is wreathed in smiles; even II. S. has taught aro thero to teach, and nro dodging around in the yards hero M. V. Pigg's family, of Middlesboro, our old friend Tribble walks faster than it mialics many tender spirits meet nnd kneel nnd this week liko the hawks are after thetn. have moved into the property of Mrs. common, and tho waterns ns limpid recently vacated by George T. from tho faucet appears aud (Late Alexander's Hotel.) counsel and pray with these dear breth- They nro certainly trying to keep out of Baker, Mrs. Sallie Craft has bought tho sparkling as the spirit of old Logan could Far"ris. through ren till they boo it and claim it the way of tho Baptists, but their ellorts Gill property nnd will move to it in a wish; tho electric light beams softly down upon us and all nature seems to few days. faith. I am promulgating no theory or nre proving futile. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Thero was just a fow less than 11,000 bo happy nnd glnd. Tho brick mason is doctrine, only telfing of tho fullness I, A detailed account of tho business of tickets sold tho lost day of the fair and at work earlier than common and the Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housns well as many others, have so found to tho association might lie given in this tli.it it was a success in every way your "burnt district," arisin; so rapidly from Ky. bo for me in tho II. S. And it is based column, but thoso interested can read business manager has nlready told you. ruin is looked at as a I'lnvnix. livery-bod: W. R. LOGAN, . and everything you eeo is cheerful will bo a nico dividend to tho a reciprocal relation. Wo lay Belf on this in tho minutes. A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, on Thero stockholders and if they will only open and gay. What can all this mean? Manager. Marshall, clerks. the altar witli all we nre and have, all, J. J. Those who know Uncle Bob Woods' their hearts aud purses for somo needed "Joseph Briggs Paxton, Kail ,and Miss and Christ accepts it. Self is crucified trading qualities will seo this point: Ho improvements in seats and fencing Mary Robinson aro to bo married at tlto nnd God now unites us with Christ, so got in church a little lato Tuesday after- around tho track, the blessings of those Galtllousoin Louisville, this evening, that wo being dead, ho lives in and noon and tho building was crowded. Uo who will attend next year will bo show-pro- d and Miss Robinson's mother is first bride's maid." unon their heads. through us. We, having given up all found n seat by a Stanford lady, howevDBAIKK Young folk-B-, hero is my hand with my John Harkleroads is down with ty righteousness, lie becomes our righteous- er, and wishing to apologue for bis tarHo lives two miles south heart in it, and may von always ho as phoid fover. .Mcrcliancllsc. ness; wo having uo wills, bis will is now diness ho said in tones louder than ho of London. Cou Gains, who baa been faithful in tho future as you have been Ami Country Traduce, by tho spirit, .tc. Tho made known to us thought: "I have been out thoro trying sick witli the Bamo disease for several in tho long, lontr, Ioiik years that vour Ilas opened his stock of good and U ready IO serve . . .J.i. result is consecrated, holy, joyous Chris- to buy a mighty fino mare mule." Undo weeks, and who has had tho constant hearts havo been beating for each other. the people of Stanford and vicinity He It offer- - VrtlClCS IO OUlt tllC iUOSt V aStlUl- "Happy Jack." Pennington, is now attendance of Dr. ing unhiurd of Haryaln nnd all who want But I must close, though like Bob always has an tians. ous. A complete line of ', rimmIi at tno lowest ksioic prices snimii 030 to businees, but convalescent. Mrs. Steve Jackson, who one of old "I am full of matter." YiKCiiNiA Battle L'iklii and G. A. R. htm on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike. this created an audible smile. Miss Dora Parsley, is at death a was D. Hulm. MaHev. T. P. Dudley, Jr., clerk, starts for door and her physicians say it is only a National. Encampjiknt Bull Run, nassas, Appomattox and other celebraquestion of a fow days until her death. India on next Wednesday week, ofThe maHgt Pill In tho World! G. A. K. Siiik Trim. The O. & O. To the democracy of Laurel county: ted Virginia Battle Fields are reached delightful side trips to tho whither ho goes to carry tho gospel to -- Tho democratic chairman of tho 11th only by the C. & O. Railway. Round-trifers many His heart is in this work, commsHionnl district having issnod a tickets to Washington and return aud l from Dvsrwptla mlsoruble, members of theG. A. It. on the occasion tho heathen. when Ux 'rend.rlnc Me and possessing talent to an unusual de- notinn that each county in this district during the G. A. R. National Encampremedy la ut your hand T National Kncampmont att Washof tho convention to select delegates to ment in Soptember will be good for stopgree, it can be safely predicted that great hold n ington In September. Ono ol tho aitlo convention to bo held nt Lon- over at any point on the return trip. ExHis numberless attend a 10, 1892, you aro hereby re- cursion rate from Stnnford $14 50. e results will follow. down tho don Sept. trips boing via steamer mass river to Fortress Monroo, thenco friends hato to give him up and hope quested to assemble inLondon meeting nt A Milwaukee (inn is uow completSaturday, tho court house in potilnsulu to lUchtnoud nnd that for hissacrificoho willreceivoshow-crthrough the Sunt. imh. at 1 o'clock to select dele ing plans for a monster engine to be Used of blessings. A returning by way of Appomattox. to nominato a at the World's Fair. Tho machino will trill peedl!rwmventhU trouble, 1 heard an old nobUTOutoemtandaiceatyoorfood, gentleman gates to said convention Congreea. Thero be ono of tho Hrg?st ever made, being compilcated Watch Repairs and candidate for nominal rate of $! additional will be democratic remark that Mrs. B. K, Weareu and Mrs. icill nlnn bo other important business OS feet in length and 10 feet broad. Thn kSnjoymentfiu:etoruich you Artistic Engraving a Specialty. charged for this trip .mall. Price, W Allcoods told engraved tree of charge. Judge T. L. Sheltou were two of tho nnd nil good democrats nre urged to at- fly wheel will be CO feet in diameter nnd 11 feet 4 inches broad. The engine will Joint PaAia, Ch'n. Tho return of tho convicts to tho handsomest married ladies in attend- tend. t k 4fe jfe jfe k fe b Al 0JVour patronage reipettfully solicited. bo of nearly 3,000 horao power. W. J. Litton, feec'y. mines bna been commenced. ance. TeuncBBCO Twenty-seveE.ngini'1-rin;, STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. : to n. , imi KY.-- sixty-elgnt- li c n j Moii-iii-!a- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 11 Stanford M ale Academy F. JOHNSON, Principal. h ben Pall Sossion Opons Tuosday, Sept. 6, 1S92. to-da- y jwr-ka- ps ce Centre College Academy, Home anil Training Department , Gil-tuo- ro , (. 1 - itfcMhWil Infants and Children. Mid-dlesbo- - TIMVY -- wM TfTfC v, GO o t 11 W. E. PERKINS, Grab Orchard. THE WILLARD. e, y Louisville, C. X. POW&XX, 1N- Gcncral -:- IIAIK THE JEWELER, .... . far-oi- l' p Why do you suffer o, Watches, Clocks Poto-nin- B Tiny Liver Pills TUTT'S Jewelry gray-haire- d a And SILVERWARE. Jwtoe.39rrklUcN.Y. j 4 A' & I X-r ,v J, - - ' ' "" ' 4 i. tJJtija-- , . J Jy'--a i. -- . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul 8TANFORD, K, SE11T.MBER2, 1R92 W. P. WALTON. k i t i' r !l h or AftkiihII the devilish machinations We desire to tell our Farm near leKi nney, QE0V2 LOCUST STOCK of tho conspirators, headed by tho arch conspirator, Sppaker Moore, who used : : his position for all that it was worth and I.lnovln Circuit Onm. Well Improved, ,5 acres to Ko In wheat. It has Emily II. Jones, Xc, riaintins, ) nioro too, to carry his point against tho jSo. dwelling on It, (jood barn, btugy hous Ice vs. Sale In Knultr. loute cabins In yard, two wells, line spring and executive, the House by a vote of 51 to JoeC.Jonw, &c, Defts. ) sprmc Imiise, large pii, c. All untied sood .13 sustained the governor's veto of the All on ur addrcci fence Hy virtue of ajodtfrnentof the I.lnoeln Circuit Cmirt rendered In the aboso styled case at the OcM. I1KOWN revenue and taxation bill and gave tho J Wll K, tober term, iot, I will on Was the telegram received at the Near McKlnney, Ky. people cause to rejoice. To prevent it, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. parliaWednesday, Sept. 21, 1892, however, every tactics known to mentary and unparliamentary law was At 11 o'cUh a m or thereabout, on the premises, Do'o shooting is said to be uuuau Mil at public am lion to the highest bidder the ally good in this locality . resorted to, oven to tho ruling of an apI following descnU'd property, to wit H l'he Ladies' Mito Society has placed T peal out of order by the speaker, who a hauilsouio new carpet in tuo A Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, was soundly rebuked by a voto of 50 to mm cliurcti. I Hood and js Poles, On '25 for this most remarkable decision. It Oct. 15, 1892, Situated on thownteraoftho llangtnc Fork, about ft Alex Bishop, of Lancaster, and Jus. , wiles And pursuant toadirrof the I mcatn Circuit M. Whittaker, ol Buekuye, have been ol bianferdon the Shelby City pike is gratifying to know that the friends of Court, the fine Slock I Jim of It K OntrT, dn and and adjoin the I m.ls of I. A Lackey, Jo. granted pensions. the governor, which, this time, at least, crated, will Im sold en the premises at public auc- Mi A Inter, rn llurton, Law son ami others and is Airs. W. O. b.veoney has moved her tion to th holiest bidder This farm ia on the tho I. owls It Jones firm. For further descripmeans the friends of tho people, are in kmh lira in h turnpike nuil, about tyi miles from tion and metea and bounds, tho pleading and title 6tock of millinery liitu tuo new llnruln papers herein arc rctrrrl to. tbo majority, and it is not expecting too property on Rtcumond street. Which meant that our immense itanfiml, 11 well atortd,tplndidly fwitp.1 ami Said larm is well Improved with noed dwelling much now that they will go to work and John Campbell, who was shot thro' Iiimisc. barns and other outbuildings; hat a shipment of will bo equal in abundancn of water for all nurpomH and la suitable the right lung during the Best tight at enact a revenue bill that lor crowinc luMnp.com, tobacco, Paint Lick Saturday is rapidly improvOt fine land, with KMd residence, barn grains, and is one of the best larmswheal and snail FARM AND TRADE ITEMS its exactions and constitutional in its In the county, and stable thereon Molt of th larm is now in all tortile ing and hie physician says that lie will land, llluo Ora passage. It will be gratifying to his This farm will first be ottered for sale tivation ana Is a No Stock in a high stale of culL, Dawson, recover. The boy Hammond, who whs farm. Seed Rye for sale, W. hi three tracts and then as n wliolp, and aiJ l'arm li susceptible ofdivulen Into two constituents to know that as usual Hon. Stanford. wounded accidentally, will be out in IhOM! bids or that bid accepted which amounts to tracts, onoayi Acres and tho other of about jmxi thflrowt, and will bo sold on credits ofn, isand iS Aires, each tract Irontinc on tho turnpike D. B. Edmiston voted right, that is to A very fine articlo of seed wheat for a few ilays. Humphrey Beat was buried road. months w Said first be offered in two parcels as at Paint Lick church Sunday morning. l'ostesilon fir itvdlng purpose will be Rivet above I'arm then as a whole say, for sustaining tho veto, and so did sale. Stanford Roller Mill Co. ami nut, and the offer real. 11. A. B. Marksbury. who has Mr. en and alter day of sale and full possession JanuaUitie the most money will be declared. Hon. Lewis Y. Leavell, of Garrard. Genry i, 1841 Old corn is very scarce and can hard- been ijuite ill for several days, is improvralda)c will lor further information address at 'anfonl or months. In equalbo made on a credit of 6, 11 aihl IS tlemen, wo saluto you Inttallmenta. Ilonds required of ing. .Mrs. S. P. Crumley, of Lexington, ly bo obtained at S3 per barrel. K R AJ II CRN IKY. "Hon the purchai beantic 6 per cent. Intersil from Twelve Southdown is visiting her sister, Mrs Ann Hopper. Hill McKoberts, p Fou Salr. day of tale until paid, with vool personal security riknnlicwl nnr I n!n: m lisOrkfi li.ia .v..v. -. Miss Ada Farra is spending tho week in AUK iiciaiiv- - iuuiuu n. Call on J. E. Bruce, Stanford. lien alto retained on the land till all tho purchase Uanville. Mr. Juke Komnson is in Louand there is consternation at Now "ucl shores Nancy Hanks trotted a mile over isville. Mrs. Joe Rogers (nee Misa Jumvncj is paHl, Said sale will be made for a division efthe proYork, where tho steamship Moravia track at Independence, liette Gill i left Thursday for Blooming-ton- , the ceeds among thr hnrs of I, K. Junes, deed. Wednesday. On her voyage from Pat-tiM UAVISON, lnd., her future home. Mies I will deliver Ice every morning to families Mo., in 2:051. In Matter Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. Hamburg there woro 22 deaths from Stanford and vicinity at Beazley is visiting f'teuds in Lexingcents pr ni iNiunds; For information rail on or addrc-tsj-. William Moreland sold to Dr. fur ju to 100 pounds at the rate uf o cents, and D.. E II. ton. Misses Lou and Lillio Grant loft what the ship's surgeon said was "cholar J. C. Jottea. Stanford. Ky. under to poumls at thr rate of ;j cents ANIJ- of Boyle, 125 lambs nt 4c and 250 Wednesday for a visit in I call the sole of the ahove Farm wo will tell attention to the John I"rcnHer at " erine," but there is no doubt that it was psrfsHc auctbHi all the Stock, Cropt aod Farm. IlrewiniT C. fs Celebrated I X. I.. (It,, fw which Danville. Mr. Homer Batson has rewethers nt 2Jc. genuine cholera. Every precaution has lamaeent. Will fjmlsh In eitrw- - kev or bottle. uk uicinssitBM ism rami. J. J. JUNKS. Bough-maturned from Cincinnati. He will give M. F. Elkin bought of Smith K II. JONKS. rite for prices. been been taken to prevent its introducJl 3tf K UK KM K K.Stanford, Ky. J c JONKS 18 shoats, averaging 100 pounds, at instruction on the violin in the college disease is this year. Miss Bessie McLean, of tion into tbo metropolis. The 4jc; of J. R. McClary a bunch of butch- Nashville, who visited Miss Maggie Jeni reported beyond control at Hamburg, & kins, returned home Wednesday. She a a day. The pres- er stuff at 2L safTtsv with 400 to 500 Jeaths !J! dJ S. M. Owens bought of Bosley Bros, was accompanied by her cousin, Mr. is hurrying homo from his outing ident a sorrel mare for $140. Mr. Owens sold Louis Dotv. to hold a cabiiiet meeting to consider tho to George D. Wearen 2,100 bushels of The Colored Teachers' Institute best steps to be taken in the premises. wheat nt 70c. Ho says his crop was the Composed of the teachers of Lincoln, v Boyle and Garrard, which is iu -The auditor may be u bigger man finest ho has had for yean?. Tin: For Rest. 05 acres of land on the thisU.week under ttio tutorship ot Prof. the latphysically than Gov. Brown, but (J. Monroe, of the colored state Norter can knock him out in the first round Knob Lick pike; 40 acres to go in wheat, mal, seems to be a very successful one. and not half try. All the troublo at 15 in splendid graes, lOacres in meadow. Those teachers who did not answer at That our New York buyer had roll call Monday but have since put in Frankfort ariees from tho people not Apply to Mra. Hugh Reid. tro - their appearance are as follows: Mrs. bought, of which mention was $10,000 stake for The taking tbo good advice we gave them so Allie M. Haynes, ting colts was won at Hartford, Conn., Miss Mary Young,Miss Mary V. Richoy, made a few weeks ago in this valliberally last year, viz., namely, Mrs. Susie D. Henry. Reject the new constitution and elect by Charles Marvin's brown filly, Belle .Miss Ldzilc Lireeu, urn. bophia Unug, uable paper. These goods were RusMies Flora Dickinson, Mrs. Emma ShepDick Warren auditor. Brer. Norman is Flower. Connor, owned by W. A. herd, S. E. Lackey, L. A. Reynolds, .Miss bought from the manufacturer for For the Fall season and all tho new things. of a fellow, but he will try sell, Danville, got thiid place. the best kind of this county bought Emma Campbell. Those questions thut L. W. Hudson, moro'n he can chaw. to bite off have bean discussed up to have of J. C. Wilson, of Harrodsburg, the elicited mucii favorable comment from Price those who have attended. Prof. Monpacer, Rattler, 2:25. Tni: republicans of tho 28th judicial district, composed of the counties of Pu- $500. B. G. Fox has sold to L. H. Hud roe seems to be a complete master of bin harness gelding profession, thoroughly conversant .vith laski, Rockcastle, Clinton, Wayne and son & Co. a the intricacies ol ttio common school Tuesday and for $200; to same for S. Dunbar, a Whitley met at Somerset New Ginghams, Parangs, Prints, &c. curriculum. Tho teachers almost withnominated by acclamation Judge T. Z. sorrel mare for $250. Advocate. out exception are very earnest in their The largest and handsomest line of Hamburgs, Tcrchon and Linen W. O. Brock sold to John Erabry 53 efforts to excel. It is very gratifying to Morrow, of Somerset, for judge, and C. W. Lester, for commonwealth's attor- cattle to go in September and which will the county superintendent to see such Edgings we have ever shown. earnestness manifested among the race. ney. weigh 1,550 to 1,060 pounds, at 4c. He A marked feature not found in all Inalso sold 10 lignter ones at 4 15. These stitutes is that not a single teacher who And bought for our own price, A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. NEWSY NOTES. big cattle were bought last year at $3.43 has been called upon to give his or her and we intend to give the people Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, the per cwt. and weighed 1,100 pounds. It idea of a certain branch of study has yet of Lincoln county and vicinity an poet, has just celebrated his 83d birth- will be Been that Mr. Brock made good refused. Quite an animated discussion waa had buy their Rill day money on them. Winchester Demo- on Tuesday betweeu the conductor on opportunity to ' Cooking by electricity has been suc- crat. the one Bide and Prof. R. L. Fletcher goods at prices never before heard cessfully tried by a hotel ia Ottawa, and others opposing, on the subject of DANVILLE. composition; the first being opposed to of. This shipment includes all the Ont. 4 W. H. Lucas and wife and Miss cimuren being allowed to write at home, The private car in which Fighter Corbett travels ia said to be a palaco on Mock, of Kansas City, are here on vis- the opposing faction favoring home on composition as well asatbchool. r- Iai it to old friends. PSsVts A wheels. Tho query box and report of the critic Ichabod Price, an old citizen of Gar- are marked features of the exercises. The Miss Dora Everbach, of New Albany, committed suicide because her lover rard, near the Boyle line, died Wednes- music, both vocal and instrumental, seems to attract the attention of day after a long illness. betrayed her. of the same. Tho Cassio Wicklifle, wife of Harrison all within hearing "Pittsburg Phil," heretofore a lucky eclored patrons and trustees as a rule among have not been educated up to that all better, dropped $45,000 on the races at WicklifTe, one of the colored people died Wednesday of flux. important point of attending the comity Sbeepshead Bay Monday. The leave of absence of Rev. J. W. institutes. There have been several edB. McWherter, a prominent Louis ucators present this week, both white California politician, was assassinated Lynch, of tho Baptist church, has been and colored, thereby adding greater inextended to Oct. 1. He is still in Colo- terest to tho occasion. The subject of and found in the rear of his yard. A stranger lost his money in a Cov- rado. civics was being discussed last evening Call and secure Bargain;, and leaped from the Mrs. W. L. Welsh, of this place, took when wo went to press. ington The session will close to day in timo POST-OFFIC- E suspension bridge iuto the Ohio river all the piemiums (Ave) at the Lexington who trains paintings. to allow those same came on'the is one In Men's, Boys' and Children's fair Tuesday on water-colo- r was drowned. and way. There to depart the Mrs. Anna Miller, wife of a promi- She had 99 competitors. tiling very gratifying this year, more so A. C. SINK The Flying Dutchman, who has than has been heretofore, and that is nent farmer living near Columbus, O., J. N. MENF.rXI she feared been here several weeks taking in great that teachers no longer consider an incommitted suicide because but instead of that they numbers of nickels, folded his tent Wed- stitute a bore, as a week of normal traintrouble in child birth. all consider it Washington defeated LouiBville in nesday evening and trotted off" to Win- ing. Judge M. C. Saufley, by special invifight for the next Knights of Pyth- chester. he tation, delivered an address of 30 min- The wife of Steve Haydon, a ias encampment, the former city receivGov colored man, died Sunday of con. uteB yesterday altenoon, on civil by a ing 02 votes and the latter 50. All the latest styles in ernment, wnich was listened to V. K. Logan sumption and was buried Monday. Ser- largo crowd besides tho Institute and Deputy U. S. Marshal and posse captured three prisoners and vices at the BaptiBt church by Rev. Wal- greatly enjoyed for tho clear and comprehensive manner in which he treated broke up their stills during a raid in lace Fisher. the subject. By agreement between tho town Rusself, Adair and Cumberland counOflicc Ky. At the conclusion of Judge Saufloy's and counsel for defendant, the address, which was liberally applauded, ties. The famous Tarascou Mills, built in prosecutions against Uncle Joseph Go- Col. T. P. Hill made a characteristic delighted his 1790 and a building which marked the ings for selling whisky have been con- speech, which greatly -hearers. beginning of Louisville's manufacturing tinued till Tuesday next. Tuesday morning. industries, binned Raymond Flaig, father of Edmund Wo aro in receipt of tho following You are earnestly requested Loss if 8,000. Flaig, has returned from Germany after invitation: jLh iv -- sGnCflfr of the Sixth Tilman, alliance democrat, was chos- an absence of several years. Misses Ma- to be present at a O. Cavalry, S. A., Col. Grijja Consisting of Serges, Whip Cords, Kentucky en governor of South Carolina, over tho mie and Sue McRoberts have returned by'n IteKitnent, to lit. held at tho Fair sijiite? Henriettas and Cashmeres, in all nominee by a large from a visit to Richmond. regular democratic Grounds in Souier8ot, Ky., on the Mth wool and half wool. Mr. James R. Marrs has again taken of September. 18U2. majority. Politics is in bad shape in Is Receiving His Humember that it is a solemn fact that charge of tho Lancaster Record. Mr. Talmctto State. tho our whitening hair and Bteadier gait Congressman Hemphill, looked up- W. B. Nichols has taken employment attest that increase of years is fast makK3 on by all as one of the ablest men in the with him and will not Btart a job print- ing us old men, and our regiment has so come, bo with National House during hia bervico there, ing office here, as ho at first contempla- never had a Goods Warranted and a. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. us und see your old comrades in arms, has been defeated by a farmers' alliance ted. of The Teachers' Institute has beon in recount with them tho reminiscences asCarolina. man in South more than 27 years ago, and wo will George William Curtis, tho distin- session since Monday. Supt. J. W. Raw-lin- sure you an enjoyable time. presides over tho body and Prof. guished man of letters, and for years edWill O. Curd, W. O. Miles, K. T. J. B. Kuckerand others, 'Commititor of Harper's Magazine, died "Wednes- R. II. Caruthers, of Louisville, conducts disease that ballled tho interesting proceedings. There is tee on Invitation. 0 day of a mysterious o a full attendance ot teachers. the skill of his physicians. Official Route The O. & O. has At prices that will make them go, It may not bo Danville nows, exact- boon made tho pflicial route for the At Muncie, Ind., a drunken shoeof Ohio, Indiuna, Illinois, Kenmaker named Bird made his wife sleep ly, but haven't the esteemed contempo- States and Missouri for tho occasion of and everything in Calicoes, Gingtucky out of doors all night and thon shot her raries generally noticed the intensely the 6. A. R. National Encampment at hams and Cotton. Perfectly rafc, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in halt when aha attempted to come in next English stylo in which the Lizzie Bor- Washington in September. the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you Wait for these bargains. S I morning. The brute then shot himself den murder case at Fall River, Musa., is wish to passed tho corporation bill ThoSenate reported daily, for the Associated to death. ovor tho governor's veto, but tho Ilouse SSTLookout for next week's adHon. Adlai E. Stevenson met with a Press? will probably give it the samo dose it did Lige Brooks, Mat Hoskins, Sank regular ovation at Scdalia, Mo. Ho advertisement. the revenue nnd taxation bill. Tho legislators accopted tho Invitadressed his romarl" to the farmers and Amoody and Tit Carroll, juvenile Afrifair Buy her a Gasoline Stove at confined himself principally to the tarifl, cans, were before the police court Wed- tion to attend the Lexington for tho fair big thing was the issue of all isauea in nesday for throwing filth through au This ia no doubt a it ia a pretty costly declaring it solons, but opon window into the house of George and the business to tho State. Stanford, Ky. Manager. piece af tho campaign. Do-tr- oit five-year convicts have been sent back to tho mines nt Oliver Springs, Tenn., from Nashville; 200 more will be sent to Tracy City and 575 to Intnan. Tho Louisville tobacco warohous? men aro trying to form a combine. against the Cincinnati warehouse trust is said to be their main object. Exl ward Huntley, a burglar; John Davis, a burglar from Kalamazoo, and "Ligo" Billiard, sent from Detroit for six years for assault with attempt to kill, tried to escape from tho penitentiary by climbing the prison wall. Huntley and Davis were fatally shot. All were captured. In a dispute over a trivial matter at Duncatisvillp, Mercer county, William Ward carved John Britton to death with a bowio knife. One of Ward's brothers held Britton while tho murderous work was accomplished. One of the Britton boys, hearing that some one had been killed, repaired to the scene to find the dead body of his brother. Ho attemptknocked to kill Ward, but a ed the weapon up and it was discharged in tho air. Ward escaped. Eighty-eight er Goodo. Tit and Ligo proved an "imli-biand Mat und Sank on account of their youtu were let oil" with two days uach m the Prof. Leo 0. Walter, of Harrods burg, ttio eminent teacher In voice culture, piano, harmony, etc., gave a very entertaining muaiculo from 3 to 0 o'clock Tuesday evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warren. Ho was assisted by Misses Jones, Wilmore, Myers, Curdwell, Hardin, Howe and Bohou, r.i. of Harrodsburg, ami all of them excellent performers, .Miss Jones deserving special mention on account of her age, which is only S years, litor in tho evening Mrs. Warren entertained tho professor and the HarroiUbiirg young l:i dies nt te.i. Prof Walter will booh begin tho instruction of u class in Danville. work-house. " WELX. F. sa-i- m Xi. A TJ S T I 3ST , STANFORD. KY Estimate! furnished, Go to Earp's Art Gallery lour phetoaraphs taken, with all tho House, Sign, Decorative Painter To have Its .keeps, up and Paper Hanger. latest Improvements, ir ffltHlM THIS WEEK, V o Country work solicited. And will jMvejou good satisfaction. A.J KAKT, Msnford Good Form For Scilo. Commissioner's Sale 1 1 1 Containing 1 zoo Acres, Ml Pin l'ri-sbt- LOU Store, For Sale. Stock Farm lc T Saturday, wi-s- i Contains about 305 Acres Hliie-Cra- lllue-first- s 1 1 w- Clothing TJt I .V- - . St-t- d ar-riv- kite-strip- ed XCE e ANDBEKR. 5- Law-wil- l, - 'S two-week- 's six-cia- l S;T-- At n hib-iio- u TOCE WE HAVE RECEIVED t- to-wi- t: -- First Shipment Dress Goods to-da- y -- SPOT COSQB CASH MB c& SJjWJKBANOIH A B((JN0 11 wri-iu- g old-timer- s All The W.B.fflcROBERTS, DBiTTGOIST. pool-roo- m Drugs, New Styles Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. ROOM. RBAB OT UIT SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, well-know- n STANFORD LUMBER YARD, M.RUPLEY, , -- t DRESS GOODS on ep two-week- 's vvvusnir imMxnsjfo. .sfjm n, gs Kl-lio- tt, Boots, Shoes, It'AILILHCKTllilMfttrCOXOB GASOLINE COOK :. STOVE long-dreade- d Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S. to-da- A. HAYS, (tJt tMftUiudk. t &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Mixkd Spicks nt A. A. Warron'a Model Grocery. Gr.T ji I ! cool, refreshing hnth nt Jcbbo I'lcmso cminri, a cirl. Mim. E. It. . t Ol. una Btanfohd, Ky., SeptemiiEu 2, 1892 Thompson's. B. o, wawon , bub. MnnaRer rail nntl MEANS IlKMKMiinit your account is dno. W. B. Mcltoberts. $1,000 on real 10, 9 To Loam. BUSINESS. estate securinozzles will Wenr-en- ty. Addrna Box A bef found nt 13. Ijincaster, Ky. r done at A. R. l'unny'B. Boy your bookH nnd rciiooI mipplles of nil kinds from A. It. Penny, who Bells tliiMn nt publisher's prices. Have your watch, clock nnd Jowoiry repaired nt A. . ronny . .an warranted. HKMfcMUKit thntnll Bilvorwnre. watches. rinp, Ac, bought ut A. It. Penny's will be engraved freo of chaw. . Enhiuvino beautifully nnd artistically full mi p ply of hose and K. it W. II. A violin recital will bo Riven at the college rlmpel Monday, fth, nt 7:!!0 r. m. by Mr. Homer V. Butson, to which tho public is cordially invited. ill. The burnt district is boinj rapidly rebuilt. Mr. HuuKhmnu has changed his mind and will put another livery Htublo PERSONAL POINTS. on his lot. Macic llrticu has the refusal MiwiHklbnSauflkv hns been ijuite of it. is attondiug thu Mids Lvciiktia Haiiii was declared insane by a jury yesterday and was orderis ed to tho asylum at Anchoage. Sam Menofee took her down on yesterday's Ma. M. S. liAUuiiMAN Lexington Pair. HkHHKIIT mo train. Tiik special train carrying John L. attending thu Luxinpton fair. Mil O. D. Powki.i. went to Louisville Sullivan and party, will pass through Junction City next Sunday. Admirers Tuesday, to lay in his fall stock. Mas. Cait. Tom Klki.n, of Lanciiator, of him might get a glance at the hard hitter by going to that point ami waitis tho guest of Mrs. M. F. Klkin. Miss Lena Wutxs, of Junction City, ing for his train. s has been visiting Mrs. Uunnio Burks. A siicniri's party in Way no county Wednesday for l)u. IIuuii Hirii) left attempted to arrest a band of outlaws St. I)uia to attend a courso of lectures. known ns tho Foster gang. In a tight MibsJknnik Aiinolo, of Upper Garthat followed Charles Denny wnsshot in Uoait-lerard, is the guest of Mim Ethyl the side and ono of the Foster boys was shot nnd instantly killed. Cami'iiki.i., of Bock Mil. AXD clerking for IIoMMKL, Of D.IUVillu, II. F. Jones, Sr. Miw. G. 0. Kkixkii, Jit. , Transylvania. Presbytery meets at Bethel church, Taylor county, Sept. Oth, It's approached by numerous turnpike, In theboom of Kentucky, ItRMEMiiun tho sale of Iocust Grove nt 7:!)0 v. m. From towns that are near and far, Far from the deep, blue sea Which were used by both the armlea Threo hundred horso tradeB were Stock Farm on Wednesday, Sept. 21st. There laudi a littte cltjr-- It'i In the hut great civil war. the home of you and me. made in one day at a Baptist association J. I), K. II. and J. O.Jones. It has hills and dales around It, near Enterprise, this State. ft i net a great metropolis, This first day of fall was n little too Near aro fields of ripening grain, It's not a muihroom town, Synod of Kentucky meets on the That were raised by honest hand;, It supplies the wants of people emblematic of tho season. Tho air was 12th at Lexington to change the placo of He'ped by sunshine, wind and rain. For many miles around. chill and crisn and overcoats and flres regular meeting from Danville to Louismany in- ville. wore in order, and ordered in stances. The meeting conducted by Elder ' stockholders in tho lHto fair would Sylvester Martin, of tho Christian Tiik liko to know when they are to bear church, at Paris, has closed with 142 ad- lias just received new Pickles, N. Y. Cheese, Fresh Crackers, &c. whether they will jjet any of their mon- ditions. Eld. Martin Owens writes that he ey back or not. It is going on throo months since the fair and it's limo they nnd Bros. John Long nnd John Lny Mi MMHB have just closed n meeting at Walnut woro knowing, you know. Grove, in Rockcastle county, with nino Tiik residenln on Loiran Avenun aro additions, nil of whom were baptised. making great complaint of their loss of Tho Lord is doing n good work nt chickens by dogs. Two or three hun- Rowland. Preaching overy night by dred havo been devoured by tho worth Rev. Ben Helm. A number havo been less canines and the work still continues. reclaimed; Bome, it is hoped, brought to New Flannels, new Cloths, new Henriettas, new Silks for Waists, A few buttons aro badly needed in that accept their Savior and others seeking portion of town. new Augora Suitings, new Storm Serges, new changeable Suitings the pearl of great price. Come and join G. A. R. National Encamiwihnt. and Silks, new Shoes, new Hosiery, new Towels, new Table Linens, tho good work. Rev. W. E. Arnold expects to fill new Gloves, new Laces, new Handkerchiefs, everything new and all The comrades are falling in line and pro pose making as tine an appearance this his pulpit at tho Methodist church Sunbought year ns when they marched down Penn day. Thin will be the Inst service of the present Conference year and a full atsylvania avenue on tho last roviow. .Mr. Arnold tendance is requested. Round trip tickets will be sold over the leaves Monday for Middlcsboro to atC. As 0., September Kith to 20th inclu tend tho session of tho Kentucky Consive, good returning until Oct. 10th, at ference. m Davis, who was Miss Alice ....1 l. im iiiinuuuu Mftltl pruneuieu uer l...l.-..- l -- CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Song of Stanford. A. A. m WARREN mmiimn nr iftiiir mfniir m $11.50. - Ab administrator of Ed McRobertB I will sell nt public auction in front of the Court-House NKW ADVERTISHMKNTS. J on next county court day the following of his effects: Two sbaros of Btock in the L. A N. railroad, hugcy e Fifteen A res of Grass Land situated on and harnefs,Baddle, full set of carpenpikopM,ite Or. Steele Ilailey. Alvn Rood ManaokiiF. J. on or ma- 1'iami, bidebotrd and Carnage. Call MILI.KK. MRS. M.J. Castle Springs, pasHed down to Louis-villIr there w anything in tiiis paper that ter's tools, including a mortising beds, Stanford, Ky. Tuesday. anybody wishes to flight about, let him chine, furniture, consisting of This is the only way to satisfy you and do justticc to oursclf. Come 15. Hoiiinson wont down to jump the business manager, who U res- oliuirn, clock, stove, gold watch as good I'ltor. J. and see us before you buy. aZYEKS I50US33 Hrndfordsvillo yesterdav to tnko ohargo ponsible for the major prt of it, the ed- as new, iot of fencing lumbur, and varithings. J. E. Bruce, Admr. of his school. itor having been sick abed for suvcral ous other Mu. B. F. Jonhs, Sn , and daughter, days and until yetitrdav. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. P. W. GREEN, Prop. Mts.T. 0. Onrrun, aro attending tin TiiKraptum of tlm London kid nine marriage of Mr. Joseph Briggs fair. Tho Lexington mtg' mjm1 Miw. H. K. Wkaiibn went to Lexing- writestbnt they plnyd a game of ball Paxton to Miss Mary Robinson will sur- Thii table, which l run In connection with the Mjvrs llnute, lias been supplied with ton yesterday to visit her sister, Mis. i"lth the big nine at Pittsburg and bent print) their host of friend, who Boemml thorn :t to I. The battery for the to havo been completely hoodwinked in A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, W. 11. l)euton. mill Koouey the matter. For the novelty of the were Jones and 1, Misses Maiiy Lusk nnd Mattie Alcorn, Buggies, Wagons, of ilustonville, have been guests of Miss and Wagoner for tho Pittsburca. thing, the wedding was celebrated in And Drummer's Supples and ts better than ever About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits' left, with Annie McKinney. which wc offer at J. N. Uiiaiikoiu), Esj., of Barbour-villo- , Iouisville, Miss Robinson and her moth- prepared to supply the public Miw. GrauuK D. Wraiikn nnd little er going down in the morning and Mr. RIDS OP ALL, KINDS. was hero yesterday nnd sued out a Misa Jennie went to Soincuet Tuesday writ of habeas corpus for Henry Ilrovrn, Paxton following in the afternoon. They Pergonal and prompt attention givrn to Weddings, llurlals. to visit Mrs. 11. G. Hail. of his county, who was sent hero for met according to nrraugement at the I'Mticsaud V W. GREEK, Proprietor. Miw. O. V. Uilkv and two ehlldron, of Gait Hoiifte, and at (J o'clock Wednesday murder without bail. It is returnable AL. UUK!. Malinger. Pineville, aro on a vlult to her mother, before Judge Varnon on thu 10th, and evening the twain wore made ono flesh, Just received a new stock of the Mrs. 15. II. Jones. after God's holy ordinance. Afterwards Salo tho object is to secure bnil. Miss Maky Mykrb. who has boon vis they left for n tour of tho West and on of A tx'i dentally Shot. iting her brother. Mr. 8. S. Myers, reKpti Hall and their return will occupy rooms at the 14 Choice Jacks, Several Staltarry Hunter, both colored, were fool- Colfey House. The groom is our poputurned to Mlllereburg Tuesday. lions and other Stocks, &c. Vk rcuret to learn that Mr. Geo. II. ing with a pUtol in Hut Ilufnrd's house lar and capable county nttorney and is "v TTn sa,T' jsTgr" As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will Bradley, eon of Col. W. 0. Bradley, is in Maeksvillo on Tuesday night, when in every respect a model and exemplary (QJ us 1 Tfcr if on dangerously ill of typhoid fever. Hunter Jet the weapon fall. It was dis young man, wliilo Ins ornle, wno ib a MissEtiiklTiioiinton, who has been charged, the ball entering Hall's arm daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Robin- WEDNESDAY, OCT visiting Miss Fannie Swope, returned to near the shoulder, making a very Bovoro son, of this county, comes ns near to per- At "Sleepy Hollo" Stock Farm, In Lincoln In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line wc can offer you Stanford, her home at lbanou yesterday. wound. fection in every charming grace and vir county, 7 miles west of turniike, near thp public anything for offer at aud Turnersville Bkv. and Miw. M. P. Moiioan, ol addisale all the personal property of tho deceased. Sine it Mknkfke were awarded the luo as any woman wo know. In property consists ofa herd of 14 choice jacks This Tolesburg. passed up to Crab Orchard, and contract to furnish the framing lumber tion to this she is exceedingly handsome and jennets; two1$saddle stallions, On Time drivlUrt Denmark, brood mares, saddle and Tuef day, to visl; her mother, Mrs. Gorm- both of face nnd figure nnd is lovely and ing horse ; suckling colts, a pairs of work mules; for tho several buildings to bo put up on 3 ley. mulcK', a lot of 18 extra lovable to an unusual degree. The un- s pair very fine 0 As low as any House in town. the burnt district. They furnish nice yearling mules; us sheep, sow nnd shoats; 7 A. 0. Hoiiinbon and son Jako Miw. ion will prove a most congenial ono and cows and calves; 3 yearling cattle. feet and downed the several bidders nearly yesterday from tauiavillc, where Also all around. mower,all farming utensils,rake a new, Including ft. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and corn planters, hay who worked hard to secure tho job. It congratulations are profuse they went to atteml tho mnrriago of lior a bone and spring wagors, K.C Ac. Also The iNTEitior. Journal has always held plows, i is mighty bard to gut ahead of Stanford farm, hjy corn, oats, The Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. on daughter. the interesting pair in high esteem nnd all crops 33s tho Acres, nearly all of which Is in Rras, Farm of enterprise. Mn. Taroim Mkssku has moved his Wc have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damwishes now to renew its assurances of its will l.o rented privately For catalogues ana furaddress of Bociety people great regard for and its interest in their ther partlculata,MKS. M J. HUrtllLi:. Adm'x, UowImuI, wheiethey will keep family to The younger set fire that we will sell regardless of cost. Shelby City, Ky. aged by removal at our recent Ho will continue to stormeJ Miss Alice Baughman and her future welfare. May Heaven's richest a boarding-housguest, Misses Clissio Hnughman nnd Ma- blcEsiugs attend them. live on tho Hays farm. Hon. It. 0. Waimbn was in Frankfort ry Dunn, of Dauville, on Tuesday night ' DEATH'S DOINGS'. Wednesday, when the people triumphed and had a very delightful time. Miss over tho conspirators, and rejoiced witli Unughman was not wholly unaware ol Mia,S. A. Strothcr, mother of Mre. A : VALUABLE : HOTEL tho hosts that do rejoice. their coming and had mado some prepa- W. E. Arnold, who was called to her PROPERTY Miss Emma Owbi.kv went to Nashville rations which were much enjoyed. bedside at Irvine, died two days after As agents and attorneys of the owners, wc will Wednesday, to enter school. Her faThieves entered tho room in which her arrival. Sho waB 54 years of ago and before the court haute iloir In Stanford, Ky ,on .Dealers In. ther, Mr. J. S. Owsley, Sr., accompanied Mr. M. tazarua was sleeping at Mr. A. her disease typhoid fevor. Her husband 12U1, 1892, her as far us Lebanon Junction. wbb for years a member of tho Kentucky Miss Madii: White, who has been the Hays, Tuesday night, and took from that 11 a n., and a p m , offer at lietween the gentleman's nnuta' nockota 511. 25. Mr Conference nnd bIio raised up one son a public auctionhoursnf highest bidder the Hotel to the guest of Misses Annie and Mary Alcorn, for her goodas the CARPENTER HOUSE, property known preacher. Sho was noted hns returned to her home at Middluway, tazarus heard no suspicious noise at all situated adjacent to the railroad depot in said tNU. and was surprised when he awakened ness of heart and sublime Christian town The location is excellenta for Hotel business W. Va., and a certain young doctor is liberal patronage and the House now receives next morning and found his window character. and does a profitable business. inconsolable 'I ho sale will be absolute and without reserve Ryan oversight wo failed to menHo has cash and the remainder in threu Miw. J. Stkkli: Cahpkntkij and her open nnd his money missing. and for tion tho sad death of Capt. Larry Keofe, cliial annual payments, with sue per cent, interest pretty daughter, Lillie, passed down on no clue to the guilty party, but has put who died at his home in Covington of from uav of sale Possession will be gUcn on the Quccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner the case in the hands of that, hawk-eyesecond Monday in October. Other minor tcrois yesterday's train to their homo at typhoid pneumonia. Tho clever captain made known on day of sale. Title perfect. detective, Marshal Newl.ind. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Thev havo been spending a Stanford is the county seat of Lincoln county, Sets. will bo remembered by many a passen- is 103 miles trom Louisville and 130 milts trom i week nt Crab Orchard. Cincinnati, with direct This is the last week of vacation to ger who has ridden on tho K. C. nnd tho and also to the South. railroadanconnection to loth It has rxielletit system existing Tiik relations heretofore many young folks and on tho Hrst of the announcement of his death will cause a ol water works and electric lights and a pr Mr. W. B. iS'ichois nutl tho Dan- coming uoiiiilatlon. wealth and busi j.coo and ono thoughts of pleasure will be general regret. Capt. Keefe made his ness are increasing.its It is in .Nmthern part of tho ville Democrat havo been dissolved. turned to that of books. Love, parties, region and Its system of turnpikes Is headquarters hero while running on this unsurpassed hy any other town or county la the Mr. Nichols is uot decided as to his fu- socials mid tho liko will necessarily be ne population ispro?peruu uuu prugiei division of tho K, 0. nnd was one of tho Male. ture movements. Advocate. Mason, Lightning and Wire Top set aside by tho student who knows tho best, as well as a charter member, of the Mve and patronues hotel liberally. SAUFLEV, M.C "Deacon" S. J. Emiuiy, a prominent viiluu oi an education and work and W.H.MILLER. of Knights of Pythias hero. Ho farmer and banker of Stanford, Ky., is study will bo substituted. It will no order wife and nine children. leaves a PUBLIC SALE OF In tho city and tho guest of R. W. Hookdoubt, be hard at first to give up frivoliThe sad news of Mrs. W. M. O'Bry-ati- 'd er, president of tho Metropolitan Bank, ty, but it should bo remembered Hint death reached hero Tuesday and Mr. E. cornea from a lino "eternal vigilance is tho price of liber- thoso who had had tho pleasure of her Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, country. Tho stockyards in particular ty" and that liberty is attained far easi- acquaintance ore deeply grioved. She Kansas City undersigned will on Tho was a surprise to him. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. er by the wise than tho ignorant. Bear died at Owensboro, whero her husband Daily Drovers Telegram. af- - MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1S92, this in mind, young man and younglady, is tho L. A: N. agent, on Monday last, Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe aud eat not tho bread of idleness when ter an illness of several months caused Before the doar in the town of CITY AND VICINITY. Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Ky , at 1 o'clock p. m., offer at public sale tho opportunity is laid before you by by childbirth. Mrs. O'Bryan was Miss to tbe highest bidder, tho lollowing tracts of Don't forget the sale of tacust Grove which you may become great. Annio Dillion, daughter of Mr. F. V. Full lineof cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit thetimes. A tract ol land in Mercer county, Ky , stock farm on Sept. 121st. Dillion, of Crab Orchard, and was a wo- onb'lrst east side of the I)antlle and Harnulsburg the Stankokd's Water Wohkb aro at last man of much beauty nud refinement. turnpike road and about 4'j miles from Harrods-burchnto- - n successful reality. and said land being bounded on the north Latest. Rich bow-knThe Water was turned Sho leaves besides her husband an inanarsdnll. on the side by the lands of Wesley letto pins at Danka', tho Jeweler. Wednesday and since then our peo- teresting daughter of five- years and tho south bv the Ilellaws Mill road, on the east by the on lands of K. W. Hastland and on the west by the ple havo been quenching their thirst (wo littlo infant that will, in all probability, Danville and Harrodsburg turnpiko road, and Dn. S. G. IIockek is repairing and reacres, rood and 30 square poles. mean those who indulge in that kind of follow ita mother to tho grave. Mm containing Mttract of hind in Mercer county. Ky., Second, A painting his houao on Lancaster street. potations) with as puro a fluid na ever O'Bryan's husband is a devout Catholic east of the Danville and Harroxltburg turnpike but not ninding on said road, and about 4l'a Wanted. Shelled oats, will pay high gushed from mother earth. Mr. B. J. 0. and sho professed that religion while on niad, from Harrodsburg, and being bounded on miles the north by tho Mellows Mill road, and on the est market price. B. K A W. II. Wear- Howe, the contractor, who has superin- her death bed. The romaina were taken cast bv the same road, and on the south by the en. tended tho work, tells us that ho is only to Chicago, this State, Wednesday, and lands of Hardin and on the west by the lands of shallj keep constantly'on During the year 1892 I iimii WeIey Vanarsdall and the land of W. II. stock of colored nino of this placo wont to using a pressure of 25 pounds to the laid to rest in her husband'a family and containing about 147 acres, be the same hand a full and complete The . lrnrrndsbunr vestordav to cross bats inch now, but that his engines there burying ground and her deeply grieved more or less. tract of land situated partly in MerThird. A aro two of them of monster power are husband has by this time returned to cer and partly Uoyle counties, Kentucky, and with that team. lying on the east side of the Danville and capable of increasing the pressure to 200 turnpike road, though not binding on former happy homo to live in awful Boys' fall and winter suita received; pounds. It took a great deal of water to his Mid pike, and about 5 miles from the town cf Dancan to somo extent as- ville, and bounded on the north by the Hellows solitude till time something now; call and see them. Mc- - fill the several miles of pipe, but tho supby the Mock Mill road, 011 Mill rotd, suage tho feelings of tila irreparable loss. the east byon tho south A. W Eastland and ou the the land ol Boberts&IIiggins. ply in tho basin was not at all lessened, west by the lands of S. P. Kastland, aud these beC. ing the tracts of laud remained full all It will no doubt bo joyful nowa (o Caldwellsametrustee or Mrs. E.conveyed to I. and My stock of discovery at Middlcsboro is apparently, ns it has a. Eastland as lateBt tho time. Now let tho croakers nnd ob- many of our readers to know that tho others by dredol date April uth, 1897, and said of an abundant supply of onyx, tlnt structionists go into their holes. What track of tho railroad between Jerusalem deed being of record iu both Boyle county and Mercer county. how for a chance on'tho ground floor. parcel! of land In they said was an impossibility is now a and Joppa is completed and tho first abovo making the sale the first twowill be offered as described, and which join, to the loveri of glorious accomplishment and here's hop- train haa just tnado the trip. Get up a whole and then offered separately and that bid Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers b! It will be good news accepted which brings tho most luonoy. The thud drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas to know that tho whisky crop ing that a grand and glorious era of your geography and trace tho route. " will be sold by itself. Crail, a prominent youns parcel Samuel B. TKRMS mado known on day of sale. A. R. PENNY. in charge. year piomlsea to bo equally ns prosperity ban now dawned for Stan-lorof this .C CALDWELL, Ag'X, Aug. 4, '92- - D.LTon 54. td LouiBvlllo man, ia dead. largo as that of last'. S-A-XilE. y. FOE, We are more than thankful for your patronage the last season and wc shall exert every faculty to deserve better from you for the season just opening. Our motto is Low Prices and Dan-lll- o Cheap Goods For Cash. J. S. HUGHES. . XJCirEHy STABILE well-know- n Lou-don- s K-i- 9 HAVE &j r FIRST-CLAS- S Greatly Reduced Prices. Administratrix's NBWB HP Si'), McCor-mai- O M. 11 JLdiCril u k LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, 100,-00- ro-tur- . J e. PTJBXilC SALE M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. FARRIS & HARDIN Monday, Sept. BtAEDWABE 9 ono-four- th STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Hih-tonvill- e. d bo-twe- pula-tuiin- if Hlue-lira- ss Now Is the Time to Buy TiD 1 5j-t- d Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, bluo-gras- s ValuabieFarming Lands Cans, Sealing Wax Court-Hou- se Dan-lll- ? g, McEJaraTEE" BEOS. - 1 A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER m Kast-lan- d, 111 . ii-Th- Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JEWEX.BX W&TCHES, CX.OCKS & ftred-eyo- d. . 1 - i !? lfc. - - r -!- . - -i . 1 J . v - 'i.A-Vt- - A "i' i:y , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa1 AT SEPTEHBER-O- UR WEDDING MONTH. Scrap-Book, From Dear Kate's and Remem- - Pub- - Published Kvory Tuoaday and Friday lislierJ in Affectionate d brance of Her. Is yellow; The golden-roThe corn It turning brown; The trees in apple orchards a PICK. YBAK IX jj-Wh- en -- A-D . not K. o pud S2.5Q will be charsred.-g- w FarmanyycarsMr.il. F Thompson, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted with chronic diarrhnra. He lays. "At times it wat very m rcru, wmucn ih noum cna my mai i me. adoui seven years ago cnanceu 10 procure a bott'e ol Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave mo prompt rebel and I bolive cured no permanently, as I now cat or drink anything I clear without harm. I have also used it inmy lamily with the best results." Fursaleby Dr. M I,. Ilourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, -j 1 NEW BUTCHER SHOP. CARRIAGE JAINTING. first-clas- A. S. PRICE, THIEJ 4S-- s I harejutt opened a I have opened a shop over Wm Daugherty'sand Butcher Shop on am prepared to do all kinds of vehicle painting in Offir Lancaster street, v. hero I will keep at nil times s style and at reasonable rates. Give me call. JOHN H DeNARDI. 49 r : tmHtLP Ky- - u. LOCAL TIME CARD. With fruit are bending down. that can be obtained, which I at the market price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator will always be kept fresh and nice and meats mo JULIAN VEST BEST MEATS will tell first-clas- SUROKON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, Stanf.rd. MONUMENTS Ofalt kind., XTotio X at Train i.aves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning fs:P. m. N. L. & LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 The gentian's bluett fringes Are curling In the sun; in dusty pods the milkweed Its hidden silk is spun. The sedges flaunt their hats est, In every meadow nook; And asters by the brook-siMake asters in the brook. de Miiltratn going North Eipreu train " ). Local Freight North South- North South South -. - .1 t 55 P laopra " 9 Pm The tatter train The above U calculated on itandard time. Solar time it about 10 minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. sPm alo carry pattengert. 5iSra 6Qm From dewy lanes at morning The grapes' sweet odors rise; At noon the roads all flutter With yellow butterflies. lly all thee lovely tokens September days aro here. With summer's best of weather, And autumn's lest of cheer. Hut none of all this beauty Which floods the earth and air, Is unto me the secret AVhlch makes September fair. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitter sing the same song of praise. A nurer medicine docs not exist and it Is to do all that is claimed. Klcctrlc litters will cure all diseases of the Liver and will remove Pimples. Holla. Salt Khcuin and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For a cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klcctrlc Hitters, Entire satisfaction gnurnntccd or money refunded Price 50c and ji per bottle A. H. Penny's drugstore Kid-tiers, Eloctrlo Dlttors. Lost or Stolen. for his return or far tnformvtioti leading to his rc-I S TEA IS, covery. Shelby City, Ky S3 Made and Set Up in All Farts of tho Country. No Agents employed, Alt persons Indebted to the firm ol Chadwlck, Halloy & Co. will please call anil pay their accounts, either to me or John It. Ilsllcy at Crab Orchard. I mean ALL 50.41 RltD AND WHITKSCRrn STEER, weight about 000 pounds, rather paunchy and horns turn ed up Was taken or escaped from a pasture I Upward had rented near Hustnnville last week O. P. NKWLAND, Assignee. W. ADAMS io-o- & No. 41 Hroadway, Lexington, Ky, SON, THE RILEY HOUSE ilia 3 I)eler In Foreign and Domostic Fruits, Confectlonerlet.Ae. Has withluma first etast baker and can lurnith Sr read Cakea and tli like oil thort notice. Mamjfliaaas0 AWondor Worker. Mr Frank Huffman, a yountr man of Hurling. ton, O., states that he had been under the care uf two prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption and lm He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting He found before he had used half of a dollar bottle that he was much betenjoying ter; he continued to use it and is good health. If you have any throat, lung or chest trouble try it. Trial bottle free at A. R Penny's drug store. . . to-d- CENTRAL DIVERSITY. TIIRT'K COT T.r.tWS CLABSIOAL, SCIENTIFIC ntvJ COMMERCIAL COURHE. Fourteen partmrtiU of Mttity. Healthy loc.itlon In the heart in the Blue Orcm Region. Mtxlerate ' P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, London, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am hettei ood Livery attached and every convenience tired. Give me a call. 77 than ever to accommodate Trains past Junction City as follows: Fatt C. Sneclal taroam c..ih.u.i.,l-- il m.; Mail u:57 P m '. New Orleans Limited 3:1; p. m, Special 8.40 Special joS a m.; Hlue .V a m ; Cincinnati Limited 1.4s Grass Special n. m.: Fast Mail a.iS p. m Mue-Gra- ss North-bound-- the public dr HOTEL AND SALOON FRANK RII.KY. d I I Frank Cornelius, of Puree! I. Ind. Ter.. savs: 'l induced Mr. Pinson, whose wife had paralysis in the face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain The "swinging rock" of Mount Tandll, in the Halm. To their groat surprise before the bottle Her was Argentine Province ol Buenos Ayrcs, is one of had all been used she to a great deal better. Palti face had been dfawn one tide; but the the most remarkable features of South America. Halm relics ed all pain and soreness and the A gigantic block, 33 feet high, 81 feet long and 13 mouth assumed itt natural shape." It is also a feet broad, with a diameter of more than 4,360 cu- certain cure for rheumatism, lame back, sprains, swellings by bic feet, and weighing about 50,000 poundt, Dr. M L. and lameness 50 cent bottles fur sale Uourtie, Druggist and Optician, Stanseems pivoted to Its base by mi Invisible pin and ford, Ky. . his a lateral motion from east to west, produced by Uucklln'sArnlcn Snlvo. the wind or by the propelling strength of man. The best salve in the world lor bruises The rock is shaped like an Irregular cone. When tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, cuts. chap tetter, bethe wind begins to blow froii the south cast it ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup gins to rock to and fro In the air like the branches tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It tt guaranteed to givv perfect tatitfactioc, of a large tree. Price 15 cents per bos. or money refunded For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. A Hoy s Composition Tho kokonuts is n the troptk. It gros onto trees and is good to eat. Billy Rrown's oncle is a vessll kaptaln, and one tlmo he fetched Billy a hole lot of kokoH ghest ol nuts from West Ingies. Hit tuck a hole week to A Cream of Tarter Making Powder When Baby wm sick, wo cT8 her Castorla. leavening strength. Latest United State all in eat 'em up. Wot Hilly and me wants to no is hnw When she was a Child, sho cried for Outorla. Government Food Report. dot the milk get inside this kokonut. Does tho ROYAL HAK1NG POWDERCO , MLss, sho clung to Caatoria. kokonutgro round the milk or docs milk lcke in When she bocame o6 Wall street, New York. When she had Chi Iron, she cava them C&storU. from the outside, and If so, wot fur? Kokonut py mm ROYAL 'Tis a thing which remember; To name it thrills me yet ; I . One day ol one September I never can forget A Curo for ParalyBlB. I offer for tale privately mr frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, whiih are now renting at J per month. It It centrally located and a fine paint divis' " lor business, being at a terminal Attendance last &N It hat good well, liable coal rxprine. $100 to $240. ion of At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and houte th.L Next 609. from tsvctity-clgh- t State and other necessary outbuildings. Address one ipfns September li, lS'i. 1'or full have In connection with Hotel and of the; best MRS MARYC FKRRILL, Stanford t III the State, open day night a tnitht Information and catalogue apply to man mcett all tralnt. In connection with House L H. BLANTON, P.P., Chancellor. have alto one of the best Mineral svellt In the Mato and for reference to wairr, call on Mr and Mrt ti W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrt. Floyd Ingram, F.rin, Teun , A A, Warren, Stanford, Dr. 11 E. Procjor, C II. Ilraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W FIRE AND STORM Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs V. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Grccnslmrg. Ralct $1 ptr day. J. M. Fetrey, clerk. Give me a call ySoiy J. W. CARRIER, Prop. Representing I Richmond, - IContuolcy. Notico to tho Traveling Public. have had FOBSALB. AT ROWLAND THE SHELTON HOUSE h'du nt J. II. Ii AUG UMAX, INSURANCE AGENT rennnsyivania . -- Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. I'.M.HRUCli. J, II. YKAGF.R Ins. uo. ol north America, . u ire, rmiaaeipnia, . . " . , BRUCE c: YGAGEK, LI',-?,!, POWDER of Absolutely Puro All of which are fim-claCompanies. I ould he pleasrd to ait on my friends in this line. Pol. icict promptly issued. Will inture against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank, Stanford. till AND SALE STABLE, STANFOKD, KY. The alios e firm went into effect July 1st ami respectfully atkt a share of the patronage of the public. PRINCE DJAL3IA. 'fc.s fine twine JEKsK III I L will serve a limited nuiuher ofi.iwt at my i.la e, midway between Stanford and Rowland, at the following A I. O GASH for I J7 NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased and nothing but flrtHclait turnouts will leave the stable. L"I!T.,..i!.r'9 tho Honwon-li- nlf lit tlmo Borvico, bttliinco when cow cnlvod of HL'rFMAN Highest cash market price paid IK R Jr. irs The longest bridge in the world i the Lion Hrldge near Sangang, in China. It extends five Capt. W. A. Abbott, who hat long been with and one quarter miles over an area of the Yellow Messrs. Percival & Hatton, Real Estate and InOffice South tide Main street, in office recently Sea and is supiwrted by at 300 huge stone arches. surance Hrokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and Is one of L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated by Or. The roadway is 70 feet above the water and is Inhe best known and most respected businessmen & closed In an Iron network. A marble lion ai feet in that city, says: "I can testify to thegood qualILising STANFORD, KY., Chamberlain's Cough long rests on the crown of every pillar. The ities of in my family for the ast Remedy D. D. R. C. eight years, I can S lyr used it STANFORD. KY. bridge w?sbullt at the command of the Emperor safely say It has no equal tor cither colds or for sale by Dr. M Kientr Long, who abdicated in 1796 on account of croup." 35 and H. Caslleman. A. G. Lanhara L. Ilourne, Druggist and Optician. Stanford. Ky. John old age. the Higgins office, Lancaster street. It moving to '"This Hotel, renovated and relmnitked, Is now Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless Attracting. A be'r taluon on wheels it the latest story Irom In my charge and I uitonii to conduct it m as to STANFORD, KENTUCKY. not only maintain Its high rrputalian, but to add Portland, Me. A hack stands by the curb, at if to lis long list ol friends, bpctlal coinmU-tion- s waiting fora pattsenger. A man, who knows the for commercial travelers and sine rooms for ropes, gets in, and the' hack starts on a trip Would vMt your city once n ssek fur a term ol the dlsploy of samples, pros ided around the block. The occupant lifts the front nine months to give lessons on the violin, a class of at least eight steady scholars could be seHomeopathic Physiolan, A First-ClasslSaloseat, finds a bottle and glass, takes a drink, putt emed My settion will commence in the first week of October and - - 7 KENTUCKY the money in the box and closet the trap. When and particulars apply close July 1st. toFor terms STANFORD, And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. before Sept is the vehicle gett back to the starting point the man l JOSEPH COrFKV FRANK J WOLF, 8 to 53 10 to ta a. m.; t to 3 p. m.; Office Hours: gets out and the hack waits for another customer. ti Pemberton Ave , Lexington, Ky lfp-m- Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-housThumping or knocking In a piece ot machinery I A 151JT7W AVn A Q'PTTCAr A AT B it often hard to locate and the following hat been Co suggested as a rzoans of discos ering the difficulty: Jellico Coal MANAGERS, A lubber tube about ajard long It used, one end Miners and Shippers of the GENUINE of which is placed In tho ear and the other end with the will annexed of Ruth Commerce As Administrator parsed over the suspected spots. The vibrations Albright, deed , I will on from all other parts than the one covered being Agents throughout the South. Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stanford and excluded, it is said to be an easy matter to find tho - jarring noise. Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and raile County Court day, in frr nt of the door "crossing. Local in Stanford, Ky. commencing at a i m , sell pubWATTS. HIGGINS licly Culprit Yes, sah, I tuck de chicken. I was 1H1 ttlKHRATFD STANFORD KV gwiue ter male some chicken pie, and I tuck de 7 old, 4- cook book and read de direcshuns and hit say, 1 "Take one chicken." Hit don't say buy one Dealer in . ... Stallion, Petosky, year-ol- d chicken or borry one chicken. Hit say take one mmmmWimmW'mmmmJ f j MmmmW -:- Form I'y Prolosorof Pra tt enf Medirlne, Two fillies, i mare 10 years old, chicken Hit drn't say whose chickeu ter take One yearling Filly, i suckling Mule, i stickling Gciods sold for Cash only so I jest tuck de fust one I could lay hun's on. I Colt, 1 jump seat Suncy, Farming Implements, &c. I have just received my Fall Stock of hhoes and fullered de direcshuns in de book, sah 'ORONTO. CANADA. Term" Sums r,f Jioantl under, cash In hand; cordially invite the citizens of this vicinity to call oser that amount three months' ciedlt, with ininexamine then.. Goods sold lower than In and Only one man in 15 has a life or accident Now Kxamimng Physician of the terest from date on good notes Remember I am headquarters tor Staple and of kind and only two S3 J.N MENEEKK.Admr C T A. Fancy Groceries.- - Will soon has e a complete line surance policy any sort or men out of every 3a could leave enough behind in ttock Medical . of Hardware .. J- 257-y- r ' HILTON, Kowiand, K.y. them to buy a Sis cemetery lot and pay funeral LOU1SVILI.K, KY. expenses. This proves that the general average JUNCTION CITY, KY. MISS LICCIE i of men haso no care beyond the present. Detroit Have Just erected a new Marble ami Granite Will be Mycr3 House, Free Press. Houo and am fully nreparrd to fill orders fur all Tuesday, Sept. 13. I lute in my Central Kentucky Hedgi Marble and Granite work kind ol ml am agent for The and offer the is In most cax-- just at well Corner Main and Depot Streets, The pacer of JLsHHHIHlsllllllllllLsllllllVt''LsV employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight services ol Fence Co.. of Lancaster, facilities can not be excelled and I will not be un- From I a. in toiip m , one day only, returning 1ioth myself and the Company to the citircns of bred In trotting linet as hU diagonal galled brothevery (our weeks during the y sar. Kontuoky for the liberStanford, dersold JOE S. WltU'.HT. Lincoln county. I am very thankful i received and hope by fair dealing to er, the trotter, and as he can svin as much money, Dr Applemanisa graduatrcf llellcvue Hospital patronate Has just received a handsome line of Spring and al Medical Cotlcgr, New Yerk City, and the KJec- merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good It more easily des eloped and makes fully as good cal Medical College. Toronto, Canada. Ho hat fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford a road horse in the cities at a trotter, the old summer Millinery and invites her friends and tl e public generally to csli in and get firt choice. day. made a special study ol the diieasrt he treated in on each County Court prejudice against him will toon Lfc heard no more. Hats and ltoimet trimmed In the Infest style by m w. jun.Nbur. the great llellcvue and Charity Hospital for sev07.6m . ,m m inot artistic hands eral years and recugnUes nosupcrior in diagnosing Hrer Johniing Halin't so' nebbcr heered dat and treating Chronic DIseaM He devgtes all hit tine to the treatment af ihroni- and nervous , some ob de 'postlei war brack? Ky. diseases of both toes and his skill at an etpert in -- I reckon some ob ' em Klder Snowball war; this data of cases is well established Treats tut,, Is hereby gls en that our offer to furnish free wiro- - else I can't see w'y Sain' Peter th'd 'X b'en so have quite a number of FARMS for sale ol the cenlully, and ingand lamps to pcrwms oruering iinis pipin t '.turbrd by dat rooster's crowin. Puck. REV. W.W BHUOE. Principal; II Landsm Lincoln county. scrv best tures at cost to those ordering water, will expire These Farms are all well improved and good aniord MISS KATE BOOLE, Assistant; on September s. 82. After that date Mlstrt!.s-,Didy- ou rich lauds, tunning in sue from 50 to coo Aires pott the letter?" Maid-Y- es, l.ignt nnu win lurnisu uu supplies water, Considering theit totality, their richness ami fer- Acute and Chronic Catarrh I Olivine III Eari renuirxd at teasoniMe prices ' Mistress " Then why hate Sonora tility uf soil, the convenience of turnpikes and rail IJealne., Disease, of I. ye, r.ar, ioic 1 liroiti HOWE PL Ml A ENGINE CO. 51 you brought me back the 15 centlmos I gave you roads that bring markets right to our door, they Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and Illadder troublm Primary, Intermediate ami Advanced Grade. Hrighl't Ditoasn, Dubetet, D)spepsU, Constiare cheaper than the Lands of any other ouHly,ln for thesttuip" Maid "I slipped it in the box T .Special attention given ta preparing boys for the State There it srariely a Faun in the conn. pation, Rheiimati.M and Paralyts., llpilepsyor when thty weren't looking." Las Xotieiat.. College. Fits positively cured. ty over $mllettrom a depot. Dealer in the a!.oe OMng or middle aged men suffering from For terms, ,Vc. address The county it checked with turnpikes running a Impotcncy, There RF.V. W W. ItRUCK, Huslomille.Ky inevcry direction It has bet ti computed that about 36,000,000 ba47 for Hogs tenng the county seat that isisnotnot ptiMic road en errors or excesses, should Eruptions, theitresults of Sheep Macadainurd rail before It too late bies are born Into the world each year, or about 70 Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. We have the Knoxville llranch of the L A N It We gurantee a cure if case has not gone toa far In the corporate limits of Rowland, per minute, Aline of cradle containing them Persons having any of tho atiote described stok R, dividing the county from Kast to West and the Siipertluus hair and all eruptions of the fce H I. DARST. Rowland. for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do will C S. R R from North to Nuith; the K. C. R R permanently removed would extend around the world unbroken, but the to call on or address rae An experience of fifteen Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C Ik O. silence would be broken in several places. years in this business has of profit to me and at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer the whole world, llcsidet, we have three large There are too many parents who think that to and seller P O address Slsnford, Ky. Kliur Millt in the county that give us a market too As Syphilis Sorofula, Stricture, Gleet, "Mc, Wc will pay the above reward for any caseo teach their boys to be good they should be Office nt the Myers Houte. for all our gram right at home; and the developgiven a remedies. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, IN IHE ment of the mountain regions ol Eastern and cured by never failingsuch at Leucorrhea, painful Disease of women, or Costivenest we can not dime to put in the collection basket cserv SunConstipation THE STAN FOR I) Kentucky bv lailroadt and the out- Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing cure with Wett's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the day and not bo allowed a cent to upend during let Sonth by railroads hat created such a demand down pains in bat k, relieved in short lime. directions are strictly complied with. They are the week. Atchison Globe. for all kinds ol cereals and nrovemlcr that wecan 'I he Doctor carries all his portable Instruments purely vegetable and never fail to give satisfactcarct'ly retain enough lor homecuntumptlon. and comes nrrrtved to examine tho most obtcurt-mediction. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Tho people arc prosperous, generous and kind, and surgical cases iiilli , . . OF THE believing in Christianity and education. There ; r " lWare of counterfeits , andn.,imitations. There are too many people who will not cast He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures Has contracted with responsible firms lorlls plants is not a neighborhood in the county but has a i ne genuine manuiaciureo oniv oy 1 ue juhu v.. their bread upon the waters unless they are ashundreds given up to die. III For safe by A k, ren sured beforehand West Co., Chicago, and will hase the leu and Klcctrlc Plants comple-tr- l gcod church and school-housthat it will come back again In 93-11 y. in about sixty daTs; tho Water Plant soon af. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros a few days a full grown sandwich, all trimmed ter perous little city ol about a, 500 innao.tauts ana is In order to placo individual contracts in ad- the great doorway from the North and North-cawith ham, butter and muttard. AT THE vance for Water and Electric Light, the Company And Confidential. Address South and irom the Northwest to .Southeast, otters the following- and standing as it does gating right Into the bosThe entrances and clearances uu the great lakes J. S. APPI.KMAN.M I)., water pipes svin oe laid, connected to om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern BPirnuHBBBgaa of Superior, Michigan, Huron. Krie and Ontario Louisville, Ky. mams at actual cost lor pipe ami work Kentucky backed up by the whole Hint! Grass Electric wiret put in and necessary fixtures fur- region ol the State with railroads running through are more than double those of the entire Atlantic nished free ot charge Coast Seaboard. The comparison for 1800 is 88,. it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally To be of best ijuality and guaranteed to give one of the best located towns In the South for A full line of Choicest A new and Complete treatment, consisting of 380 against 36,75b on the coast. iatisf.iclion. enterprises of suppositories. Ointment in Capsules, also 111 box Down The schedule of adopted rates is from 2$ to 30 manufactures and other being agitated magnitude. nnd right Water Works are now and pills; a positive cure fjr External, Internal, per cent, lower than is usually given Lemons are used for soap in many countries of a mile can he Weeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or aboue the town abouti Iilind or there could he erected Water Works with very Hereditary Piles, This remedy has necr been where they grow When the men ami women 01 a city of 150,000 inlittle coot that would supply Schedule of known to fail $1 per box, 6 for $5, tent by mail. the East Indies want to wash their hands, they habitants with the purest and best water in the Why suffer from this terrible disease when a writworld Our little city hts been newly rebuilt in ten guarantee it potitisely given with 6 boxes, to squeeze the juice of a lemon over them briskly In Dwelling- of 1 rooms, one faucet 5 00 few its business houses ard resrefund the money if not cured. Send stamp for water until they arc clean. Goods Delivere'd of Charge. Kach uddltional room jo the last will years and with larger cities of greater compare free sample Guarantee issued by A It Penny, Each additional faucet 00 idence! Terras, 30 Days. tradesmen are Druggist and sole agetit, Stanford, Ky. Call for Fangle-- It Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, laucet... 5 00 pretensions. Our merchants and We have two teems to me very strange that Mrs doing well. samples, "" Ilaths, private, one faucet ... 300 all nrosnerous and stock ol $400,000 that are Mcjuuksshould las ish su much affection on that capital banks with a Hose attachment for sprinkler 5 00 good rouditioii. homely pug dog. Stables, private, ono animal a 00 prosperous and in a schools. We have a I emale We have snlendid You ought to Katliauililionalutum.il d. Cumto Not at all. her 00 College, a large brick building, svith over 100 pit This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and pils in attendance and under the prim ipalshlp ol others not to trespass on our lands without perRates. Prof. J M. Hubbard, It In a flour! .hmg condimission, as all siiih will be prosecuted to the full-e- tt The tun never fcets on American soil. When it tion. We alto have a Seminary that It a good For commercial use: extent of the law, Signed: tchool, with Prof. 11. F. Illakemanat itt head. We C. Sl.SPOONAMOORE One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp Dr. E, C. West's Nerve and llrain Treatment, a is 6 o'clock p. m., at Atto Itl.iud, Alaka, it it have one of the belt Public School buildings ic st J.K. RRUCE. pervear m specific for Hysteria, Dullness, Fits, Neuralgia. m. the next day on the eattern coast of $, 00 this section of the State, with over too puptls in V THOMAS C. HALL. lor 16 c. p. each incandescent light, x.r mo, 60 attendance, nnd with other good private schools, Headache, Nersous Prostration caused by alcohol Maine. STEELE IIAILEV. 20 Having removed my Hiarber Snop to the Com or tobacco, Wakelulness, Mental Depression, Softyou see our school facilities are excellent ., II 11 A.M. KELAND II II 3j II II ening ot llrain, cauting insanity, misery, decay, meicial Hotel, 1 am Wo have elegant church bullnings, representing . W.GAINES. fine weeping willow tree In the Hollywood II II A II ' II death, Premature Old Age, llarrenness, Lots of JJ denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers every JAMES GIVENS. For Residence Use: Power in either sex, Impoiency Lucorrhaa and Cemetery, at Richmond, Va., has grown from a Accommodate Ladies offias .class talent and are doing a better butlncts 1. S. PHILLIPS. all Female Weaknesses, involuntary Losses, Sper- twig that was cut from a willow- - at Napoleon's than any clats of men in the city. For 1st 16 c. p. incon jMcent lamp, per mo... ANTON RENACKER. of brain, Self well Gentlemen, matorrhea caused by make this statement as facts, 11 I have tried to 11 ii 3,i CLARK RKYNOLD.i. A month's treatment grase and brought to Virginia by a Frenchman. Abuse, n ii -- ii 11 without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those In anything they may with in my line. Chil-als- o ii ii '" M. LACKOW1TZ. mm $5 by mail. We guarantee tix boxes to Si. six lor who know will bear ne out, and those who wish waited on. Call n me. ' " 4th" " ' T.D. NEWLAND with Js send " Tho first coins made on this continent were cure. Each order for six boxes not curedwillGuarto buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate For each additional ' ' W. W. HAYS, it written guarantte to refund Penny, Druggut and made in Mexico in 1835. They among'a good people with all the best surround- called tli. (S. C. LYON. For further information, apply to antees Issued only by A. R. Imr. would do well to can auu see me ociorc pur. FRUD HAU.MANN "real" and are now worth $6 each. 97-J. W. HAYDEN.Sup't, &c, ole agent, Stanford, Ky. hasing elsewhere In Commercial Hotel. DR. W. B. PENNY, is my favorite, but Hilly likes kokonut candy best. Give tlicm a Call. Dentist. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, The most (Icbrated Eye; Kar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the Mate. THE GOFFEY HOUSE MORGAN, S. M. F. ELKIN CO., DENTIST. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. immW DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, VIOLI1T LESSONS. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, on 'JBmtmPF-ELP jT-t- 39-- )' 1 Falls Branch Administrator's Salo court-hmit- BB Original JclHco Coal. Building, Louisville Agent, Monday, Sept. 12II1, 1892, Smuggler Mare three-year-old W. A. TBIB3LE, J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., J. H. SxIIiTOifcT, General Merchandise. years by i' English Specialist, Electrical Modlcnl Collogo, Southern Institute, ... Junction City Marble & Granite Works TO THE FARMERS. BEAZLEY, Milliner and Drcss'Itlakcr ----- at Stanford to-d- ay s MzJzmmmmmmWJ . HOTIOS kfui REAL ESTATE AGENT ' HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY Stanford, - 1 Permanently Cures Opens 1st Monday in Sopt. For Sal WILLIAM MORELAND, and Twenty Kuiltliiijy Lots 500 REWARD. Orders Cattle, Fresli Groceries! ISloocl ami Skin Diseases. Greatest Abundance ?r w T Co. Watertight and Ice .ii-tcar- South-easter- n CHOICEST - CHARACTER'! e. fS JAPANBSB st CONSULTATION FREE f- A. CURB I.G WEST PRICES. the Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Flour had at three-fourt- hs JESSE D. WEAREN'S Free Yearly Water Rates. 1 1 - JtJaLJSm over-cxcrli- un yr V" POSTED. hut-ban- 1 Electric Light jb. j Prepared to as as JESSE THOMPSON, XI